Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on July 13, 1944 · Page 8
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 8

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, July 13, 1944
Page 8
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Page Eight 1 • •.'.'•'.'-•''.''.-.''..-•''•-'"'^'''''//''.''vV 1 -'-'> r x ' ' -l <_^_-.-._. .,!_._._ jj EWg In Our New Location 65 GRAND ST. — Former Sears-Roebuck Bklg'. — 1 "Waterbury's Fastest Growing Store" HAS CARRIED OUT THIS REPUTATION BY' PROGRESSING FROM ITS SINGLE FLOOR CENTER STREET STORE TO THE ABOVE FIVE STORY BUILDING COMPLETE WITH STOCKS OF ... LIGHTING FIXTIJUEa ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES, PLUMBING SUPPLIES .HARDWARE AND TOOLS, hGUSEWAKES AND GIFTS, AUTO ACCESSORIES AND SPORTING GOODS. WE KNOW THAT THIS HAS BEEN MADE POSSIBLE ONLY THROUGH ™ T ", "•""• ~ m ANCE OF OUR POLICY OF HAVING THE THINGS YOU YOU WANT TH^M . , . THIS IS THE REASON EVERY- D. Basil O'Connor .1, . , '••_ . • .• -> Appointed Chairman Of Red Cross Washing-ton, July 13—(U P)—D Basil O'Connor ( a .HJc-long fikn< utid former .law partner of President, Roosevelt, was "ap pointed, 1 - today by the Chief Executive to bo chairman, of th'c. 'central 1 commit toe of the American 'Red "Cross succeeding the late Norman H. Davis." ' . • ; • " • '• O'Connor v has- been closely, associated with Mr. -Roosevelt in . work as president ot tjh'b National Foundation' '• for ''Infantile- Paralysis. Said- Mr. Roosevelt: "Mr.' 'O'Connior 'is admirably qualified for Lliis position" because' of his first-hand knowledge of almosl. every part of the United. State*' and because of his association w.itli| i.lic medical and nursing problems' through the .yeans' he-- has served «s president 'of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis." Naugatuck Soldier Is Now On Furlough (Continue^.from Page 1) — SECOND FLOOR — STREET FLOOR — — SECOND FLOOR — STREET FLOOR — GRAND Army tribute that _whcn you see pood infantrymen coming down the road, there la nothing else to do except get up on .the sidewalk and lake off your hut. in salute. He, : however, stated that all branches of the service, Army, Navy, and Marines work together in common' purpose for victory, and each gives the other fighting man as "much aid us possible at-all times. The Naugatuck : soldier stated that if there 1 .are any NiiUjjutuckr inns within any reasonable distance in the Southwest Pacific, that sooner or later thoy-get together so close is the civic spirit that binds boroughites 'together. The word guts about .sooner or later if Nau- gatuckians are in the nearby areas and they travel long distances to HOC and talk to fellow townsmen. Sergeant. O'Connor stated that the the Southwest Pa- cillc is moving much faster than when he first went out there, and that the' bulwark''of defense make it possible for the Americans and their Australian and' New. Zealand allies to show great progress. The local soldier expressed the highest admiration-for the Anxacs and Aussics' us fighting men, declaring they are the type one would want with you- rather than on the opposite side. He declared l.hut New Zealandcrs arc very proud and one with n group of Australians, made -it a point to definitely indentify the section lie WHS rfom. Sergeant O'Connor -v/ho was actively associated with amateur theatricals here, as president and director of the Valley Players, stated in the 'past several ''years in the Army he has had little chance' to do any of this work. He stated th'nt the entertainment unites in the Army are splendid and many of the G. I. shows turn up-remarkable talent. At one show a colonel took part as a singer and made a great hit, having real talent. Soldiers who have beeri in opera and have sung with, symphony orchestras are' not too unusual, Sergt. O'Connor declared 'as the Army is i real cross .-.section- of American ifc. Sergeant O'Connor first was stationed in Australia, •' and later li.s outfit moved into the --New Guinea battle sector where it was tationed for many months. Later ho unit, moved further along as .ho battle, lines, in tnc island to sland lighting pushed further iwny from Australia. In speaking of Stanley Suvoski, he local soldier was reminded that in one letter the Union Cityite told of a Christmas dinner in New Guinea, in 1 942 when the soldiers had only fish to cat. Sergt, O'Connor remembered that . Christmas day very well, and stated that there was no bread, the soldiers ate beans for the midday meal and the fish was the pfece de resistance for the ev9ning meal. Th local soldier stated that the short food situation was, due to the fact that the unit was so fav away from base, that it 'was almost impossible to bring up the supplies in any quantity. Sergt. O'Connor stated that the situation there right now in,the food line is a. great de<i! OifTervnt. After his furlough is over Sergt. O'Connor reports, back to Camp Buttner, N. C., for' re-assignment rind states that his future from that point on rests, with Uncle Sam —but h'e indicated iVs great to be back homo in Naugatuck.'.'!!! Sergeant O'Connor was associated with the Naugatuck Chemical at the tiinc he entered active scr- Gehi Next Two Days Scene from "The Navy Way" starring Hubert Loivory and .J«un . ~ Parker. New Voters To Be Sworn In Special July Session A.'inecting of Idle selectmen, registrars ot voters, and l.he town clerk'for the purpose of mnJuMff new .voters will be held Wednesday, July 19', at Town l-T.-i.ll, Raymond. J. St. John, town clerk, said this morning. This mec'tl'Kig Ls tiro third in a s.orlus. of special meetings to enable ;l.hc- group to tak'e action on. applications for voting rights by servicemen. The sessions also allow any other'qualified resident of Naugatuck to take -i.h'e oath. * In May, 53 were made voters, and lust month lie were s-woivi. In. -.Just what -the number next week'.will •-be cannot be determined, as the last sesion- resulled in an unforeseen figure. " The LOWII'I. clerk is still- sending- out'absentee.'ballots to servicemen., Any servicemen on leave can get their ballots by going to the'town clerk's office, Mr. St. John slid". New Food Product Is Available Here Marke-l. at is inti-ocHtcirij The V-alloy Fish South Main street in'«lnily its famous Norl.h cm Fish Roll, a brand new idea In fish stuff. Th.-? "roll is a, cornbina.!ion • '• of five • delicious br.-i.nds of fish, boned, and. cooked, and in. a. casing like' frankforts • or sauatgrc. Th product is fully seasoned a n d spiced, and may be sifrvccl hot or cold.. Cold tho .product taste,-;, not unlike meat, but when heatc-d for •a few moments In deep fai and crisped, flavor is like shrimp or some other delicious crustacean. The '.idea in origrmi.l .with the local businessmen, and Ls fully covered by pu.:.en-ts. Much interest lias already bc^n shown 1 , by Naugaluck hoiiscwivo. i and resta.uran.ts who have lind ar -opporl.un.ity to Kuiiplc the Nortl. •crn Fish Roll. American Planes Blast Hole In The Ancient China Wall (By .United In China, "American pianos have ripped a. gaping hole in the ancient wall of Tengchung— Jap- held citadel in-Yu'n-na.n province. Chinese troops — who 'luivo been trying !.o capture the stronghold for some time-—arc preparing (o lunge through the opening and engage the- enemy garrison. Thi-y arc massed, for a fiinal, all-oul O.T- sault. A Chungking Communique says the Chinese have already occupied the la,vt strongpoinls ouLsJde UK- bastion. The feat of our pilols is typical of the -steady support Yn.nk :/ur- craft arc providing China throughout Yunjian. 'United States fighters and bombers have carried out new attacks on Lungling, the I win base of Tengchung — and a junction, point on the Burma road. Other Chjnese troops in the Sal- •weon offensive- are driving toward the outskirts of Lungling. They are trying to effect a juncture wil-h Gmiero.1 Stilwell's columns pushing eastward through northern Burma. The American air -blows at Teng- chung and Lungling. were pan of widespread raids in which ouj wnrplanes smashed Jap defenses from Hankow lo Canton—and do- "stroyod at least 120 river boats. As for the-Indian campaign, the Japs have withdrawn from a vital mountain 'ridge - commanding strategic highway. The road is considered the- enemy's most valuable supply route inlo 3'::dia_ The- enemy is reported -surrendering 1 in increasing numbers in the TinphoJ sector of India's Mo-ni- pur stale. T.heir forces have been split inlo disorganized od remnants. GET ALL SETFOR REAL VALUE. GOOD LOOKS IN OUR FAMOUS SUITS FOR MEN. They're specialized clothes in every, sense of the ; word 1 —we • have gone to Rochester for that good tailoring: for which Rochester—the cradle of American hand tailoring is justly famed— our fabrics are good enough to deserve this fine tailoring—and these $45 clothes will deserve your confidence to the end. :. -1 n?v! "«S w Jl -I ••: y - ?'$ ^1 -.!•$ and isolat- N'E ELECTRIC CO •-8 Church Slrc« . _. ._•'-. SPECIAL TO OUR DANCING FRIENDS! HEADQUARTERS Thumday, Friday* Saturday* Johnny Rock 'n' Hli Hot* and Rye Orchentr* - " Polka* and Sweet Mule Spray Materials special folk*. OrcJmtn 5 to 9 Sunday* White Etflt Restaurant COR.NKR WATERBURV DIAI. 4080 (Xo Toll Clmrxe) BRIDGE STREET Member of Restaurant Three Get Awards From Democrats Awards at !he Democratic Town Committee event last, night were made to Louis De SL-ifano of New JTavon, a $50 war bond, and Norene Prates! 'of -13 Coon street, am! Jam'e-s McTiernan of Sylvan avenue, Watcrbury, each received -a '$25 bond. Hillside Ave. Property Sold According to a. warranty de<?d filed at the office of Town Clerk Raymond J. SI. John, Ida. J. Trow- bridgc sold two houses and a parcel of land on Hillside avenue to Ernest J. Gonsji'.vus. Tax stamps on. the deed indicate thnt the purchase p'lvicc was 'about $11.000. Naugatuck's 100th Year Your Savings Bank Passes Another Milestone And Reports Total Resources Of Over » $10,000,000 A TRIBUTE To The THRIFT and SAVINGS of Naugatuck People vice In J9-11. Previously he was a teacher in the Seymour high school. At one time he was Republican candidate 1 for warden and also leld the post of treasurer here un.- dcr the G. O. P. regime. Mail Boxes In Boro Are Painted Valley Player sHold Special Meeting Mon. Federal property In the bo.rough consisting of mail deposit boxes are being painted this week, -Postmaster Frank TV Green said this morning. The work is being done War bonds ore always available by a post olllce employe; at the local .post olllce. and people buying bonds between 'now and The Nn.uga-tuclt Valley Players will hold a. special a.t. the borough courtroom in Town Hn.ll Monday at 8 p. m., Herbert Scul- lins, president of the group, announced this mording. All members are urjrsd to attend the special meeting. SMAfX ADVANCES July 27, are' eligible to sign a scroll whicH will be sent to Gen: Dwight D. Eisenhower, Mr. Green said. London, July 13—(U P)—American troops have made small advances at seven separate points on the front 1 .between La Haye-pu Puits and St. Lo. according to a headquarters '.ip' REINFORCEMENTS Hoeiishold Mini: For Expert Re-'-| pair.;. See l.he Want Ads. • - ' Stockholm,. July H3—(U P)—A German dispatch claims that American reinforcements are arriving in France now direct from tho United State's.' : '~v Valley fish Market • 8 SOUTH MAIN STREET ~~ — Full Line of Sea Food In Season NORTHERN FISH ROLL SOMETHING NEW—- ALL PREPARED — JUST HEAT IT : AND EAT IT — TRY IT, YOU'LL LIKE IT! ! . FISH CAKES and FRIED FILETS, MADE FRESH ON PREMISES _ _ _ LIVE LOBSTERS NAUGATUCK SAVINGS BANK All Deposits Guaranteed 100 Years of Service For over 100 years this plant has continuously served our nation with quality footwear and other.fine rubber product^ both in peace and in war. •. , . . . . , . , . _ • ^ ..^ UNITED STATES RUBBER Gft Naugratuck Footwear Plant • NEW BICYCLES • BICYCLE TIRES & TUBES ' • GARDEN FERTILIZER • LAWN FERTILIZER • HYTROUS LIQUID FERTILIZER • SPRAY MATERIALS ! •.KLEEN-FLO v Clean* Your Oil Tank ' * '".•-' Condition* Vour Car Motor -'' "*•*•CHIMNEYSWEEP . X ClcaiiH Furnace Flue* » OIL DRUMS — STANDS — FAUCETS • CEMENT PAINT Trttn 8 p arcnt Filler and 4 Colon , The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 87 Church St Phohe 52S6J

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