Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on July 17, 1944 · Page 3
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Monday, July 17, 1944
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MONDAY, JULY 17, 1944 NAUlOATttJOK DAILY NEWS Personal—Social Page Three Rescue Of Robot Bomb Victim Sunday School picnic At Lake Quassapaug A Sunday .school picnic l\v Hie Full Gospel Tabernacle of Union City was held Saturday at Lulte Baby Bunnies There uviv G2 present, Garner nml .iwimmlnK \voro a feature of thi 1 <l"y with prlxost buinf," nwnrdod for various evorilM. A picnic lunch wnf i-njoyi-d Into In (lie afternoon. Received Nurses' Cap Recently In Stamford Miss Patricia Anno -Sweeney re ci'ivt-il h'T nurses' cap ut the Stnm- fonl hcisplCil school for nurses c.-ntl.v Jiftt'i- rompltitinf; a pro-elin- !C[lI rOU''S< 1 tllt'tV*. Ml.-is Swoonoy H the daughter ol Mr. nrul Mrs. Arthur S.wccnoy of ' Adult Choir Kenearses Tuesday o'clock. adult clvolr of Ihc Confrre- nl church will hold ii roil tomorrow ^vcninj, r al 7:30 Return From Vacation In Mass. .Mix-si.': Marlon and Mildred Rell- ly of Millvllle avenue have re- Utrnr'il from a vacation In. Nan- tuclit-.t, Mas.s. Kinbroider tills pair of bunnies on baby's sacque or deeper. Local Residents Present At Anniversary i Mrs. Emma Vagi, Mrs. Mnrion Jennings, Mrs. Lillian Johnson, Mrs. Eleanor Monroe, Mrs. Tonla Anderson, meriibers ..of Columbian Robekah lodfre, No. 35, I. O. p. P.," attended the third anniversary of the Pine Theta Rho Girls' club In Seymour, Thursday .evening-. Supper was served .following which installation of olllcers took place, Mrs. Grace .Sanborn, .prosl- lent of the Rebekuh -state nsscm- ily, and -.several of her staff were present. For Summer Days District Deputy President Will Visit Local Lodge A regular meeting of Columbian Rebekah lodge, No. 35, I. O. O. F., vill be held Wednesday, July 19, nt p.'in, Mrs, JSmrna Vagt, nobla grand, vill preside. Mrs. 12lsic Cope, district deputy president of district No. S, will pay an official .visit to thn lodge. Refreshments will be served nil or tho mce'.ing with Mrs. Joseph Moiurose in charge. All members are invited to attend, Spent Vacation At Laurel Beach 'Alien Weber of Millvllle ron ImnHfurs for a pair of bun- Cpl. G. E. Nelson Home On Furlough Cpl. George E. Nelson, who -wat recently graduated from tho gun nery dnpnrtnicnt of the Armored HI** «« i r t. • . , . iiL-iy uiLjjjn IUICHI. ui me j\rmorec ±L "h V°^'=^ 1; :" S ; »<**** »» Fort- K nox : Ky, is spend. color chart, stitch itltistra.llons and tull directions for making nil three items shown. Our 00-pajre inulticolored book of Needle Arts conitaininpr five fro patterns, and many r>|,her suRges lions for dressing up your horn, and yourself is now available. Sent and Mrs. Annie Sargeant of Cliff yout ' r ° f l ucs t- for '-his book to tho street have returned from ji two I u<ld ''' > - ) listed below, enclosing weeks' vacation: spent at Laurel !wont . v " ccr.ts (20c.) In coins to Beach, Milford. cover checoxt nnd mailing charges Send 11 cenU (coin) for Pattern No. P.2050 to Naugatuck Daily XL-U-S, Needle Arts Dept., P. O. Box 172, Station D, AV..- York 3, N. Y, Please include your' postal zone number. Anderson Family At Madison Mr. and Mrs. Harry Anderson nnd daughters of Salem street are spend-in;; a vacation in Madison. Returned From Boston, Mass. .lohn Moroney of Church street IKI.I b^on visitinj; relatives in Bos- SEW and SAVE with MURPHY'S 'SARD GOODS 25c - 69c yd Make longer - wo«r* ing, boffor - looking cIo»ho » from thu bright aisortmont of pnfterni, color* and G.C. MURPHY Co. CHURCH ST. Conn. Pvt. Leroy Smith Taking- New Course Pvt. Leroy F, Smith, son of Mrs. Martha Smith of 1375 Rubber avenue, has completed his training as a paratrooper and is now taking a combinaion course at Fort Banning. Ga. Pvt. J. Reilly Spends Weekend With Parents Pv:, Joseph Roilly i-.perd the week-end visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Eujrcric Reilly of Highland Circle. .He is stationed a|, Im- diantown G-ap, Ponn, Cclettte Peterson Week-End Guest . Mi;s Colctle Peterson of Mill- vllle avt'nur- spent, the week-end ing his furlough 1 with his wife -anc son. His wife is thp formi>>- Dorothy Johnson of Terryville. • Cpl. Nelson is the son of Mr. and Mrs, Charles Nelson of Park avenue, This is his -first furlough since his induction last October. Kirk Brothers Home For Week-End Donald C. Kirk, S. 2-C, who is attendms a Naval Iraining sohool a.t Sampson, N. Y., and Lieut. Wilfred Kirk, who is tai the EnRi- ei'inR Coi'ps, U. S. Army, spent the week-end wiLh their parenls, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kirk of May street. BOROUGH DAILY DIARY JULY M. » . W.-T 1 2 J B S 6 7 « 9 10 II It M M IS 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 24. 25 26 27 2t 29 30 M — Coming: Events TONIGHT Bed Crow Mobile Unit, Y. M.'C. A. JULY 19 Blood Band Concert, Community Bund, The Green Brcdeur Family Returns From N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Tester Brodcur and ons, Richard and Donald, of Meadow street have returned from New York state where they had "been 1 vacationing. Visiting Parents In South Dakota Miss Edith Hanson, and Mrs. J. Lewis Johnson with her son, Uruce of Walnut street, Ifift for South Dakota where they will visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Hanson. 1824 1-6 vrt. PATTERN 1!)00 Comforla:ble play clothes make life just t'hat much'pleaaan.ter for the very younj,': This ihree-piece sefof overall'*, sun-suit and matching boloro constitute a whole play .wardrobe. Use lig-htweighil, blue, dunjm, seersucker, ell am bray or pique' i'n. cheerful colors. Barbara Bell Pattern Xo. I960 s designed 1'or -sizes••1,. ; '2,':.3,.-I, and i years. Size 2," short 1 sleeve jack- el and slai:ks, require 2 !-•! yards of 33-inch material; 'sun suit, -1 1-8 yards. Fresh inspiration for home sewn;,' in our new :Sprlnfi- ABC Pat- .orn Book—just off the' ; press. ?ricc 10 cewts -per copy..,'Order an tVBC Pattern Book with a 15 cent Jatlorn for 25 cents, plus 1 cent postage. , ... , , -For thJs attractive -pnbicrn send 15 cents, plus 1 cent for postage, in coins with your name,, -address, pattern 11,11 mbor and size--wanted to Barbara Bell, Naugatuck Daily News, Po3l. Office Box 99. Station Selectmen, RcglNtrarK, on«t Town Clerk Mcctrnu for New Voters, .Town Hull JULY 24 Paper Salvage Collection JULY 23 Salvage Collection Weather Report j Hysterically 'crying In . a York city police station If-Mm. .loan SchlulU-r, 21),' after *h«'f had been hooked on charged of, kid- naping and ahductlnr-.-.a, t-t month* ' old Barbara GoKRln According to police; »h«>* • con- fcKttnil taking thejuiny front th'e New York faandlfnr hoxpltal iK-caiiNc "I wnnted a hahy.all my own, nnd 'doctom told me I couldn't have; one." International) An'lnjiirod' victim of u Jfn/i robot is lowered from a shattered house In southern JCnKliind shortly after the •xtriieturc -hud 'l>ci'n hit/ A" report from Normandy Kays the Nazis are now usiiij; these weapons against Allied troops in France. (International Soundphoto) Belgian Patriots Considered Legal Combatants G, New York 19, N. Y. Registered At Sea Breeze Hotel Mr.-Mrs. M, J. Garrick Return Home Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Gnrrick, a.s the guor.t ol Miss Marie Andor- | j,,, Ol - nigh street have returned !ton Ol -fc-tst J-lavon'. ,-,. orn AIanlio City> N . j, p whve ,. c Catherine Murphy At Cape Cod, Mass. Miss Catherine Murphy of Curtlss sU'nct is vacationing at Cape Cod Mass. ff'+v-r+^^o^f-f^f+f+^W+WW*^ } In Antltlc nnnntrir* today, It IN * j liclii'vcil Unit when two proplu » } cut Hj;r:.\l> together, u . in.v.stlc 5 J Imriil Df union Is effected lw-J tliiTn. tliii* forming nn } ig friendship! . \ Rev. Joseph Hughes Leaves Tor Kansas Kcv. Joseph Hugihes left yesterday for his home in Sharon. Kris., after spending several days with his mother, Mrs. Mary Hughes, of Meadow street. j twi.'on CITY BAKERY 171 Maple Street TKl.. 3U7S Adeline Stankus Returns To Boston Miss Adeline Stankus, a member of the WAVES, U. S. Navy, has returned 'lo -h-er duties in Bostan, Mitss., after spending the week-end with her paronLs, Mr. ar,:d Mrs. John Stankus, of North Main street. ENLARGEMENTS FROM YOUR FAVORITE PRINTS Have Extra Ones Made For Your Friends In The Service. They're Not Expensive 25 C up PHOTO FINISHING You'll like the way w e do them in album style, Bring- Yours Here SWEENEY'S VOIJK KODAK DEALER AIIT AND STATIONERY STORE they spent several days. Will Visit Relatives In Ohio Local residents .who have returned from Quonochonlaug. R.. I., where Ilic-y were registered .at tha . Sea Breeze hotel, an; Mr. an.d Mra. I Hurry L. Carter and Mr. and Mrs , Willis V. Merrill, all of Cliff sl.-eut. 'London, July J7—(U P)—The Belgian minister of justice and in 'ormation says that Belgian patriots are legal combatants. And he warns that all Germans who troat the patriots otherwise will have to answer-as war criminals. He contends • that the patriots and their leaders are recognized, by the Belgian government and follow- tho laws and customs of war. The Belgian warning follows General Eisenhower's announcement that French forces of the Interior are part of the Allied command. This means that if captured tho Patriots should bo treated as prisoners of war under trie rules of the Hague convention. French Priest Saves Many Lives In Normandy -Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Schelber and daughter. Ellen, of Cherry street have left 1'or Tiffin, Ohio, where they will bo .the guests of Mr. Scheiber's parents for the next two weeks. Mrs. .Salmonson Now In Canada Miss Ethel Salmonson of Grove street is spending a .two weeks' vacation in Canada. Japanese Naval Minister Resigns Under Pressure San Francica, July 17—(U P) — Tokyo radio has announced tho resignation of Admiral Shigetaro Shimada, as Japanese Navy minis- tor, four weeks to .the day the Japanese fleet was defeated by American naval units in the Philippines sea, ' The broadcast, recorded by FCC monitors, says Shimada's succes sor, Admiral Naokuni'Nomura, was sworn into ofllcc in the presence of emperor Hirohito. But it gave no additional details. Shimada was appointed to Premier Hidcki Tojo's cabinet in 1941. Ho had held virtually every ' high command during his 40 years Of service In the imperial navy. Congressman Curley Makes Payment Boston, July • '17—(UP) —Con/r. James M. Curley of Massachusetts will make a payment today on the balance of his debt due to the city of Boston. Cut-ley's Attorney Wendell P. Murray said the congressman 1 would pay -$7,200. Judge Bert E.' Holland then continued.'''the case St. Germain stir Ay, Normandy, July 17— (UP)— The bravery of a French priest has saved n lot of Ills countrymen's lives in western Normandy, A number of French towns also are still standing because of him. Tho .priest' first went .into action when he saw an American force preparing -to shell tho town of Le Bot. The Allies had been forced •to blast tho Germans out of-many French towns in this manner. But .this time a priest came ^along from a noraby. village and pleaded .with the American major In charge of the force to spare r.x> -sot. '. . The priest told the'-major rhost of the Germans already 'had left I-c Bot -and thnt he, personally, would lead the infantry, into tho town to prove it. He did. The priest then repeated the process in u number .of other .villages. He did a good job of evacuating the residents to safety, before some of the toughest fighting in France took place around their homes, CHUKOH THTEF STEALS $32S 'Lawrence, Mass., July 17—CUP) —It was a mean thief who .look advantage of church prayers yesterday to.make off with a tolal of S323. Th-s robber stole S125 kn cash •itnd $200 in war bonds from the pocketbook of Miss, Alice Bouchard of Lawrence as sho kr.eH in prayer. Tropical Storm Believed Moving Toward Coast Boston, July 17—(UP)—A tropical storm of heavy proportions is moving northwestward up the eastern coast. But the weather bureau predicts it will sweep out lo sea without striking he Unied States. The storm had remained stationary about IS hours. Early -forecast had indicated that it mif,'ht strike the New England coast, • Meanwhile fair and cool weather was expected today in New Eng- and. Maine atiJ Vermont—Fair woath- • er today and tomorrow.. Little change in temperature today. Warmer tomorrow; l Massachusetts—Fair weather -today. Tonight and tomorrow. Cooler along the coast today. Not much change in temperature tomorrow. New Hampshire—fair weather today, tonight and tomorrow. Cooler along the coast today. Warmer- in the interior tomorrow. Connecticut and Rhode- Island— Fair weather with not much change 'in temperature today, tonight and tomorrow. Eastport to Block Island — No small craft or storm warnings. 3 Drowning Accidents Over Week-End .Hartford, July 17— (UP)—Three persons died in drowning accident* in Connecticut -over tne week-end. Irwin A. Bayne of Manchester lost his life in the -West Hartford municipal pool. David Bcndett of Montvillc wan drowned when a rowboat capsized on Gardner's Jake. And Mrs. Annie ' M. Weber of Bridgeport died while bathing: at Pleasure beach. Temperature Report TEMPERATURE REPORT '•Nothing could be finer than- lo be in Carolina in. the morning," can easily, be changed, with a little difficulty, perhaps, to rhynie,. to Connecijcut, for two lovely, cool July days have boon, ours and Red Hermans' gift from the weather- man. Red has taught us—wJiile on the .subject of songs—the old r.uai- ber, "I Wonder Who's KiMing Her Now." The lamperalure at its lowest poin.l was 59 at 5:45 a. m. Midnight .: -64, 3 a. tn .: 62 ' 6 a. m. .-..' '....... GO 9 a. m. .'.... 76 Noon ..!'..'84 1. p. m. :......;.•.. 'St. HAS IlTCCOUGirS 9 DAYS Los Ar.gelcs, July 17—'UP)—-A 31 -year-old Los Angeles aircrafi worker ha.s been 'hiccuping for nine day.s and still is hiccuping. Lawrence Schonc tried the usual :i:ros when he was first stricken. 3ut—weakened 'by the attacks—Jie developed pneumonia. He's over ihe pneumonia now but not tin hiccups. His physicians say Ihey will try surgery. Sell unneoded articles with News For Sol; Ads, OPA Odd Lot Release. Men's, Women's and Boys' SHOES No Ration Stamps Required NOR WASH Shoe Store NEARY BUILDING NAUGATUCK >.*•: - A MESSAGE TO MOTHERS ABOUT THE FLETCHER'S CASTORIA NOW ON SALE Religious Conference Brings 500 Delegates " East 'NortliTield; -Masa.',"July IT — (UP)—^Moro than , r >00 delegates •from throughout: New England- have arrived'In East Northfleld for; two religious conferences. The'' Northficld conference of rel'gTous education and the Connecticut Council of Churches and Religious Education arc meeting for the first time this summer. The groups will be uncjcr the direction of Dean Harry T. Stock of Boston and the Reverend Everett A, Eabcock of Hartford, Conn. .for the 33rd .time. He sot September 18th as the new date. The judgment .originally- totaled more :than :$42,000. 'It was in con nection with the so-called General Equipment Corporation damage suit settlement while Curley was mayor of Boston. On June 19th the outstanding balance on • the judgment was slightly over .1139,000. Curey did not appear in court today, J O N EACH BOTTLE of the Fletcher's Castoria you buy today, you will see a Serial Control Number. • . • This number is plainly visible through a "window" in the package. Hero's what the Serial Control Number means to you: ••••'• ' " •'' • v " • " The Fletcher's Castoria now'being made is given three different kinds of rigid .tests . .. chemical, bacteriological, and biological. The Serial Contiol .Number on each bottle is your positive, visible proof that a//these tests have been'made. In this way, you have full .assur.anoe.of. the quality and.dependability of Fletcher's Castoria—long recognized as the ideal laxative for children. ' .Millions of mothers welcome-the news that Fletcher's Castoria is now on sale at their druggists! This is the original and genuine.If letcher's .Castoria .. ..the laxative made especially for children. The next time your child needs a laxative, ask for Fletcher's Castoria. It's mild and gentle, yet effective. .And: it's pleasant-tasting, so you don't have to "forceV your child to take it. Look for these features on th« new FletcherV Castoria package: • . CASTOR IA k*firv*«wt« ' REGUURSIZE ii comm tK.fim9.euu UBORATORY.TtSTCD CONTROL NUMBER A Th« Crwi Band.. .around ••ch package...quickly idwi- F1«tch*r'« Cutbrfe now on ••I*. ' • . 2» Th« Serial Control Nc... b«r...on th« bottlalab*l...ia cI»arlyvitibUthrou«ha"win. .dow" in th* ouUida packafa. -•t UntU sufficient stock* can be mad* available, it may be that your druggist won't Jiav* mouth 'Fletcher's Castoria to meet all s derrumds. If he happant .to be outof stock when you ask for Fletcher's Castoria, please be patient He will have it for you shortly. THI MAKIRS Of FLETCHIR'S CASTORIA

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