Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on July 7, 1944 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, July 7, 1944
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FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1944 Personal Former Local Man To Marry Bridgeport Girl \[ra. Florence Konlintf of Wade 3t ," c ct, Bridpcpurt. announces" the if,,rv to Sk't. Timothy J, tfullivuu, wn of the lute Mr. and Mrs. Mi- chnol Siilllviin ut NauKatuck iitul Nephew of Jcromiali Cultahan oC Rubber avenue. Natwituck. The wcddini: wl'l lake place cm Mundny. July 10. «•<• l ° »• "'• in it Aiii:unlini-'s church, 'Brlilfrcporl. with Rev. John Hayes .Rcllly. of ncrbv, n cousin of the bride, pcr- forniin.L," the ceremony. Thn bride will In' Riven In marriage by her brother. Thomas J. Keating. Mrs. T. J. MoFndden, who will bu the m'lUron of honor, ami Dorothy and Alice Kentinir. I ho bridesmaids, arc nil Bisters of the bride. Francis Sullivan, a brother oC the brldo- p-oom will be- bcstmnn, with Danid Callnhtm and Daniel Keatinir m ushers. After the ceremony n breakfast will be held- at Champ's Shore House in Bridgeport for the im- ntttlintc families. All. friends are Ir.vltcil to atte-nd the church core- many as no invitation;) will be SOW. S);;. Sullivan has been in the Army for « yi'.ir and a half and Is now stalionetl at b'ort .Dix, New Halperns Announce Birth Of Daughter Mr. and Mrs. David Hale Halpern of Ifi2 East P'lth street, New York city, announce the birth of a daU),'hU;r, Linda, on July GiU n!, Lenox Hit! hospital. Mrs. Halperu Is Che former Adele F. Wui!, dauph- tui- of Mr. and Mrs, Duvid L. Weil of New York city. ' • Formerly u resident of Water* bury, Mr. Hatpci-n was well-known In Naugutuck. Ho was associated with both radio, sLallon.s in Waterbury ut different times, serving In the capacity as studio manager. Mr. l.talpern is now ilonnectud with a large New York radio advertising firm. Naug-atuck'Boy Is Now At Yale Local Girls Are Now At Bay view, Thomas Saunders On Fishing- Trip Thomas .I 5 . Saundcr.* of High strci'l, well known lucal iuuitsiiKui and fisherman, is spending his vacation on a fishing trip on Ihe Pomperinig Kiver in Soutlibury. Former Resident Visitor In Borough John Brandien has returned to Gerard Berry, son ot Mr. niul fill's. J. G. Berry of Hillside 1 avenue, has enrolled nl Y;ilc' University, whore lie recently was awarded ;i schulurship. Mr. Berry wius .-in honor sliKlcnl in thu Sacred- Heart Hiwti school of VVaterbui-y, KTuchiuUiif,' cliuis ot 1'1-H, and was nlso the winner, of Hie state scholastic ortitoriciil contest. Local "Residents • Visit In- Branford Robert Low r ells Are In Vermont Mr. and Mrs. Robert.-Lowell and family of Highland Circle arc spending their vacation with rehi- lives in Rutland, Vermont. • Janet Rcllly, Marge Howard, and •Lucille and Eleanor Dec • of. the United ' Stnl,e» Rubber, Company Mr. and .Mrs. John: McDormott and dauBhlcr,-Rita, of -Highland, .avenue recently visited' Mr. and footwear plant- Industrial .Rcla-I'Mrs. Cornelius -V. McDermoU of lions department arc spending.the week at Bayylew, Milford, Conn. Mr.-Mrs. Waterhouse Observe Anniversary; Mr. anil Mrs. Frank 32. -Waterhouse of Pleasant avenue observed the 22nd anniversary o'f their mar- riiigc Wednesday, July 5. It was erroneously stated Mr .and Mrs. George Waterhoiise In Thursday's paper.- . Recent Visitors In New York Local Girl Now In Thomaston-. Mrs. Ed ward Ha nicy of North Main street and Miss Frances Skelly of Ward street were rcccn.t visitors in 1 New York city. Providence. R. 7., after visiting his Visiting- In New York City mother, .Mrs. 'Julia North Main street. Brandio.'i Local Resident Shore Visitor of) Air, and Mrs. Donald Brcnimn and daughter. S,usun, are vlsit- .ini? in New York city. NORWASH , rolu; j Shoes for tin- Kntlri> Fiiniily .•Mmlvrr>ar,y ii A Specialty . CITY BAKERY 171 Maple Street Miss J2vclyn Warren of Meadow street, well known local resident, spent the holiday period at her summer horue at SVoodmont, Conn. YOim KYKGLASSKS suor C. H. Tomlinson Xeury Building iick, Conn. STOKK Cl.OSIil) AM. 1>AY KACII 3IO.VHAY DUIU.VU JULY AND AUGUST Day Nursery Will Reopen Monday The Nnujr-itucU D.'iy N u rsc ry will rcoi>cn Monday, July 10, after being I Nancy E. Smith' of Cottage place, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Joseph F, Smith, is spending several 'clays in Thomaston as -l.hc guest of Dr. and Mrs. Xhomasi F. •BtixLcr of that town. Naugatuckians Visiting Upstate » Mrs.'Rudolph W. Smith and son Robert of Mlllville avenue are spending several 'days as the guests of relatives In Torrington. Branford, Spending-, yacation In Southport, Me. - Mr., and Mrs. H. D.'Gibbud of Hill street have left for a vacation in Southport, Maine., Mrs. John Quint And Son Return Kamerad Chorus In Cherbourgr Mrs. John Quint and son have returned lo their homo on Aetna, street after visiting friends and relatives .in Washington, D. C., and Philadelphia,'-Penh. Providence Man On'Visit Here closed t'or several days. Mr.-Mrs. E. Galvin In New York' j Lawrence Allen .of Providence. n, I., former local resident and .slur baseball player some years bade Is spending- several days with relatives in Naufraluck. Mr. and Mrs. Edward 'Galvin of Bridge street are spending a few clays in New York city. Local Residents At Quassapaug Mr. and Mi's. Joseph Cui'lson of Miilvillc arc spending the vacation period at their summer liame at Lake Quassapaug. Commander Adams Takes Part In Mass Ceremonies Commander Gaalon Adams of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, and Fred M. Burke, former local and state commander of the V. F. W.. attended -the Military Mass today at '7:30 o'clock at St. Francis' j church, Wal-orbury, for Sergeant TT " V .^"'"'ST f |-. ( J-«Aitsu> Frederick D, Smitli of the Rang- Unltcd lrcws Sta/f Correspondent Germans Make Strong Cwmter- Attacks In Italy '•'' li 1-Iln bunds In the air, thin- very young Nail:In one of the several .thou- tand Jv'ii/.ls who were, rounded up, by- the- triumphant Yanks In:Cherbourg-. The 'American' soldier 'nt left, with rifle in hand, in ready for action. U. S.81<nul Cor|)K Kudlophoto.- - (International Soundphoto) flfarnsNewCar Could Shatter Industry Plans By CHABLES T, PEARSON Christoforo Columbo Society To Meet A meeting of the Christoforo Columbo society will be held this evening at S o'clock at the hall on South Main street, All members are requested to attend, An estimated 2,100.000 farms in the U. S. arc being served by some form of electric power. angers of the U. S. Army, who was killed on.- D-Day in the invasion of Europ'e. Frank Smith, the father of Sergeant Smith, is a member of the Naupaluck post of the Veterans of Foreijrn Wars. Commander Adama ' presented ;.lie flaj; which" draped the caUi- pault of the church during the Mns.s. to Mrs. Smith, former Nau- patuck resident and mother of the dead soldier. St, Francis' church was filled for the- Military Mass with a iargc delegation present from the Slate Guard unit ot Waterbury,' with which Mr, Smith is affiliated. Four Couples File Wedding Intentions YOUR DREAM OF A BEDROOM is AT THE WiNPSLOR ^-^» $&<$ n^i^-'^ Wedding intentions were filed by the following at the town clerk's office recently: Evelyn Jones, 3-1 Cemetery street, and William T Crycheau, New Haven road: Gabriel Lopes. 12 Aetna street, and Hilda Amador. -16 Pond street Preston Fox, Manchester, and Catherine Clark. Hartford; and Tcssie Pclka, 65 Spring street, and Dornonic Pad arch of Mcriden. Khaki is from the Persian word which means dutt. ' NOTICE! TO OUR NAUG.VrCCK STORE CUSTOMERS! Uuo to war time conditions, we are compelled to close our Nuu- catuck store. CAIX US For the (lay our Route Man will tic on your street. Free Telephone Service | For Naugiitiick Custonieni Call Enterprise 4700 No reason in the world why you shouldn't have this bedroom right now vvith definitely feminine flounces—details that shout the perfect tailoring-—all so pretty—yet so practical because they're all fast color— larg-e floral'patterns predominate. . .. ,' OKCH-P 1, OF QUILTED GLOSIIEEN • Trimmed \villi I'VniifinuiiL Finish Qryjinrly BED SPREADS-.. $18-98. DRAPERIES to match $10-98 VANITY SKIRT to match 513.98 OF PRINTED FAILLE Tn'miiiud'solid colored flounces BEDSPREADS $15.98 DRAPERIES to match . . ..-.'. ....... .$10.98 VANITY SKIRTS to match ....'.'.... .$10.98 Launderers '— Dry Cleaner* 28 K. Ma I n-St., Wntcrbury Main Office & riunt, 22 Wlilnut St. Ext. Wutcrtown — Nuiigiituck Micltllelmrv Detroit (UP)—The , automobile of tomorrow may come a year ahead of schedule if some independent without a heavy investment in tools and dies cniers the field, George W. Walker,' industrial designer, warned the industry to-1 day, "If some newcomer catches the public fancy with a ''post postwar 1 car built from scratch, old-line manufacturers may be forced lo SO alons ever, though R means junking millions of dollars worth of expensive dies," Walker said. Walker, who collaborated In designing two 1942 models and has been retained by Admiral Radio, Eleclromaster and the Eureka Vacuum Co., revealed lhat he is working- on "face lifting" chang-es for a third automobile manufacturer. Gives Jfcw Appearance Face lifting-, he explained, is redesigning front trim and •ornament to give the car a. different appearance without discarding body and fonder dies. "To rcstyle tile entire' body would mean junking about $'4,000|000 worth of dies for the average company. \\- c cnn c h nnKC ['he ap- pearance by face lifting for 'about, •$100,000 /In dies," Walker, said. . . 'While. -beginning of the' invasion doesn't, mean the war Is over, it -'s h'o'u Id " stabilize . production schedules and may mean . earlier resumption of automobile- produc- 'tion. ' • '..-.. . Could Prove Contly 'Every company has new dc- sig-ns, some involving: radical «ngl- neericg and body changes, but most manufacturers a.1 present plan to resume with 1942 models. "But if some independent with enough backing jumps the gun, it may cost the industry untold millions to compelc. You can't sell dumb-waiters to people who want electric refrigerators." Among the changes in prospect, Walker listed improved safety features such as leather padded instrument panels, wider use of plastics, both funclional and ornamental, and elimination offenders. "There is no longer any excuse for fenders, which are a carryover from the mudguards used on buggies in tile '90s." Walker said. Cars will be wider, and may be protected by bumpers .clear around, Cheaper Convertible* . "There is an increasing demand for convertibles which must be redesigned on a production basis to eliminate custom work as in the past, running the price. up at least $100 over closed models. "All these changes — and. more — arc in-thcbook. Established manufacturers probably will advance (By Unite* The NM! armlM. In IUIr an'-offering - their- bltUrosl opposition Hi nee the fall of Rom*. ... ;'_;;: The German* are not onljr7r«- sistlnft stubbornly: They are also mounting powerful counter-attacks: Qerman tank* and .foot soldiers have struck at the AIII«4 lines st a doren points all alone the. front. And thsyhave succeeded in slowing or stalllnc. the. Allied advancea.-/.-••'-'••'.'-. ;.'-•..'., '.-.;;. The peak of the 'enemy, resistance can - be found on the:. Mfts) _Army front. There, the, Oetman*" haye taken advantage, of w every .village, every farm house, " every .hilltop along a *) mile baUle!lne.-Aiul th'ey have turned thene*. - - plaoe* > •; into sirong-polnts of their defenae.' '•'. But, American . soldiers. toye fought their way ahead In - the streets ot- Roslgnano, • fcey Oerinan defense -point, on* the- weef ieoeJt. They have, selced.- at least otwo- thirds of the town. A front dispatch says 'the Oermans hold only three .or four houses-on the Northern outskirts of Rositnuno. - However, another Amerlejan column battling up the- coasf just west of Rosignano • haa . made no progress; in • the • paat-M:.'houn. .This- force- has run . into furious enemy opposition In the drive toward the- big port of LlvorDO, the Nails have turned, hugs! coastal suns against the American troop*. . Allied spokesmen-reveal that the Germans are working at top tpeed to strengthen their so-called gothlc line farther north. ' • - v . In Rome, it's disclosed that the Allies have uncovered a huge store of enploslves In 'a •ecret.oel- Inr on the grounds of .the German embassy. • Apparently! the .: explosives were- to have been .used by Nail Saboteurs left ' behind when the Germani retreated' from Rome. . . . . Cherry SL House And Ut Sold Ella Bran I (tan Hold a. home and lot on Cherry street to Pitay J>b- riola according to a warranty deed filed at the office of,-Town Clerk Raymond J. St. John. , , • To provide houainir facllltiM.for 100,000 soldier* requires the u»e of about 98,400 ton* of vwiou* klndi ot metal*. : - -,,-•. iy and methodically as in the pasl. "But if someone with an idea. capital and ' the know-how,-, you may ecc your 'dream c,-iri' •klm- gets together with someone with green lig-ht. along the highways a' few months after industry gets the ' July Clearance Dress Shop, Main Floor Values to ' 8.98 Bags . . . Main Floor Straws - Linens - Fabrics Values To 3.98 Values To . 5.00 J.OO ]_.88 Lingerie . . . Main .Floor Cotton Housecoats All Our, Charge Account Services • Are Still Available 111 BANK STREET . All just alike—but each . brings a load of-fua to someone. Your friendi at .home,, the men and women in the service will enjoy extra prints of. your recent Kodak snapshots. Be • sure to order enough to pan along;;;and still-have one'for; the album; YQUB KODAK DEALEB SWEENEY'S ~ . Art & Stationery. STORED Values To . 5.00 I' 88 Jewelry . .'. Main Floor Values To QQ/» 1.98 : Opt Value* To 2;98 . 1 All Higher Priced Jewelry At y s Price 58c Hose . . . Main Floor Q 1,00 V. Pair A v 51.Gauge'* Thirds 45 Gauge • Irr. Hats ... Main Floor All Summer Hats .Values-To . 5.00 J.OO No Returns Values to 10.98 4- Values to 16.98 Include prints, solid colors, jergeys, »pun rayon* in one and two-piece numbers. ,\ ' July Clearance ... Cotton Shop, Second Floor COTTON DRESSES Values to 5.98 Values to 7.96 July Clearance .. . Sports Shop Cotton PINAFORES Values to 5.98 1- SKIRTS Values to 5.98 BLOUSES Values to 5.98 July Clearance ... Coat Dept. COATS 14 Values 25.00 SUITS 10 Values 22.95 RAINCOATS 1M In Waterbury,. . , It's "Lorraine^for

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