Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on July 20, 1944 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, July 20, 1944
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THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1944 NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS Page Three Personal—Social Kennedy Circle, D. Of I., To Visit At Home • Of Mrs. Mary Fcclcy Ii:iii>:liir:-s "! Kennedy clrclf, l'i-llii, will bo lu;lU ll. Afli-r llu 1 thu 'i-s nt' ttio snciut.v will visit iii' 1 "'' ''''•' lat<1 * Ills< ' Mary of l ): 'l> Mivi't. fi>i- prayers. Leaving- Tcday ycr Candlev/oocl Lake Mr. :tnil M '-.•••. .'"M'ph NoyaeU of Fuiirliam ."tivi'l ;i:nl .Mr. ami Mrs. j 0 hn liii.-si-ll i't' 1'ark place lol'l [,,,|;iy for .1 ti-:i-duy vacation al 'a.')iili;wi>i»l lake. From Mass. y.r. aii-l M(.-. l-M ward I'olrilcclli ( ,f Ni'tsk'toti avi-iuu-, v.'ho have ticen vj.Mt::i.4 rrl'iKvr.'.s ui U" c :i I i" i u I <!. JI;i.<.- ., liave tviurni'il [male. Mr.-Mrs. Baukat Will Observe 25th Anniversary Mr. ami .Mrs. William Baukat of I'VI.-ipur avenue-. AJixmon Palls, will iihsiTv-. Uinii- i>r,lh wedding anniversary Sunday, July L'3. Thev were married by l: 0 v. Edward L. Morrison in St. Francis rcelorv July 23, 1010. Mr. ai-.d Mrs, Baukat arc tin pajvnl.< of two dau^htoiVs-. Betty a k-iiehur in OakviUe. aud Nancy a | pupil of che eighth {,-railo. St 1'raols school, utul -Lwo sons Wil- liaiii, a pi-uy officer in the U. S Navy, stationed at IS'L-W London .ind .lack, a .m-adualo of the cla:<h of 10-M. Nauyrutuck High school at present employed atToinlii^.ou'.s .-.tore, Nm Local Resident, Is On Vacation A. 0. H. Auxiliary To Visit Late Home Of Mrs. M. Feeley Mem burs at lliw Ladies' auxilia- avunuo i wc " known local store ry, A. O. H.. will assemble at, the home of th lat.j Mrs. Mary Foc'lcy, '22 Oak street, af 8:30 this evening to recite the rosary. McKenaic Family On Vacation .Mr. ;i:M Mr.-;. lOrncst McKcn/io an! (l.-in^hti-r, Linda, of Xuw street ,!,..,. : .|iri:d;:r.r :i vacation at Quono- chbn'.aiu' Hi'atrli. 11. t. Spcu; Vacation Jr. Canada i,!i>yi! Ni'I.'iti h.-i • ivltimi'fl to hi,; hr.'nr na U'aliuit jiln-jt, at'ler a v;i'a!.u:i .-jh'iU i:i Canada. 1UV \V.\K !•.<»'J)S A XI) STAMPS Ellen Donnelly Guest In Maine ,\[|'sx Ellen P.. Donnelly of 72 Walnut struct, who has -Iwi-i the ;<uest .•!' Mis.-; Kathleen Glii:ej, of ^ Andover, Maine, for two weeks, lias returned humc. Electrical Supplies U.U'hi i n A- E q uipm en t lUI.Mi: 'KM \VIT1I I'.OMBS Viclur — Colnniliia — Duci-a Kfcords SWAN ELI-:CTRIC CO. 1,1 CllCJiCH ST. TI-JL. 23T.I Constance Linskey Visiting Parents Mis? Con.slanc.-,' Linskey is; spending a Lwo weeks' vacation with her parent.-;, -Mr. and Mrs. Thomas .Lir.i. -key 01' IX'S Mnine.s. Iowa, formur Xaugaiuck resid'ent-f. Cpl. Stuart Anderson Returns To Camp Corporal Stuart Anderson has rc- Uirned to CampGruber, Oklahoma, aflL-r his parwnls, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson of streel. Vacation Spent. At Cape Cod Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Kirk of May street have returned from Cape Cod, Mass., wlicwy they spew their vacation. Rudolph W., Smith of Mlllvlll head, is now enjoying his unnua vacation. Next week-Mr. Smith .an. is fiimily will vacation at Twin iakes,. Canaan, Conn. Vacationing- At Quonochontaug-, R. I, Mrs, Will kirn Roomer and daughters, Harriett and Linda, of Piirk" ave.niue, are vacationing al Quonochontaug, R. I. Local Girls At "Happy Acres" Miss Sylvia Smith of Millville avenue and' Miss Joyce Berry of. Wamit street are spending a vaca- tion'at "Happy Acres," Middlc- ficld, Conn. Red Cross Nurse Is On Vacation •Miss Mary Brooks. R. N,f of Olive street, a member of ;Jie Rod Cross nursing staff; i.s cnjoyingher annual vacation. MrMVIrs. A. Hohnberg- Entertaining- Guests Seymour Woman Visiting- Here Mrs. Elizabeth Gamble of 'Sey- iiour is spending several weeks as i the guest r>( her son, G. F. Gamble nil May uvcnue. Former Residents Visited Relatives Air Cadet Sherman- Brown, Mrs. Brown, and their daughter, have returned to Now York city after visiting Mrs. Brown's father, J. Murphy of Walnut street. New -Haven Minister s Governor^iWants Five Cities Removed From e Class Drowned In Paper Mill Pond .... Norwich, Conn.. July 20—(UP)— Two children of the Rev. and Mrs. Eugene Dcinjngcr of New Havr.n have drowned in Paper Mill pond at Versailles, Conn. .'Ten-year-old Paul Dsiningcr. dived' into l.he'wiUer over his depth ami immediately cried Cor help. His sister Imbard,, 13, plunged into the pond -to help .him, although she could- not.'swim, ' Mrs.''DoininKer struggled to save the- children and was near oxhaus- i-on when, she' was rescued liy 11- r uar-old Harold'Kamm. The bodies of. l.ho children were recovered in 20 feet of water. . 38, MOTHJill OF ».SAILORS , Vt.. (UP)—At 30, Mrs Henry Fnuncis is the moUicr of three saiiora, Henry, Jr., 2J; Loon ard; 20, and Herbert, 19. Married .when, she was 15, she thinks'she in line for the "youngest mom" title. Hartford, .July..20— <UP)—Governor Baldwin has asked War Manpower Commissioner Paul V. Mc- Nul.L to ramovo five Connecticut cities from the-No. 1 critical litbor •sho'rtagc. clasaification, i .'•'The governor claims that as IOIIR u,s\ Lho ci'l.ics .remain in that category Uiey arc. bbin^ deprived of, •recw war contracts and ; renewal stainless PODOL, foot relief. Costs HAS NO EQUAL FOR TIRED FEET Says Massachusetts Doctor: And wants more. If you Buffer' he misery of. tired, aching, burn- ng-.Icct you too can get quick and satisfying relief with groasolcss, of existing contracts, Also, the governor claims, HomeOJ: Gov. Dewey's Forebears Still Stands. .Lebanon, N. H. — CUP). — The Irthplacc of the grandfather ami reat-trrandfather of 1 Republican residential' candidate Thomas E. X'wcy still stands on a hill itnown s Mount Support on the road to Hanover. No..l rating may retard conversion to consumer production ' when a plant in such -an area Is no 'longer called upon lo produce war materials. Cities in the critical labor shortage area classification are Hartford, Meridcn, New Britain, Bristol and Walcrbury. | so little and does so much. Get a the ! SOc-jar. TODAY at Naugaluck Drug, •BEEF POINT VALUES Washinijton, July" 20 — ( UP)— Beefsteak and beef roast-s. wilJ main-lain their point values for at least .the fii-sttwo weeks i'n August. This is in '.cofi,tras.t lo'War 'Food -A-dminJalrator Marvin Jonas' order that mos!, bpcf. jjrad.cs be m-a'de 7>oint free next month. Tt is understood that, the O-P-A objuc!-. cd lo Jones' action, and they expect the date of tho-direclivu-to be Adams Drug-, Donovan Pharmacy, NaujratucJc; Union City Pharmacy, Union City, and all good drug stores. Announcement! ! ! Our Fruit and Vegetable Season Will Begin Friday, July 21 Wayside Farm Market ; LEISURELY SHOPPING Mirrors . . . Artificial FlowcrB . . . Paintings . . . Statuettes '. . . Spun Glass . . Pictures and picture framing- - .. I CLYNE GLASS SHOP 29 Harrison Avc. .Wmtcrbury! .M.". anci Mrs. Iva." IV'andell t,! South Bund, lad., arc the guests of ;Mr. aiu! ilr.i. Albifi L Molmbci'j: of Sweenoy street. Miv. \Var.delI is a sifter of Mr. Holmbo: 1 ^. Galvin Family Returns Home New Eaven Resident Visitor In Borough Mrs. Co-.ilsnn Squires cf N*e\v Havi-ii i.-> vi.sitir,:,' ho." mother. Mr.-.-, .F.t.-rlha Huband of Church street. MI-L;. John Galvin and family of Chi-rry street havo returned home after vacationing in Mill'ord. V ' Mr.-Mrs, R. Weaver Return Home Mr. and Mrs. Raymon.d Weaver, who have been visiting in Saybrook, have returned to their home on N^ltlcton-avenue.' UHi John Weaving At Silver 'Sands John Weaving of the local fi do pa rt niy-ni,', is vacationing ;it Si) ver Sands, Miltord. PICTURES TO GIVE OR TO KEEP Visit Our Balcony Display '\ GO KIGHT UP ANYTIME AN» SEE THE t.WtGK VARIETV FLORALS — ;BABY J»ICTUJIES — NUTTINGS OIL REPRODUCTIONS Many.Sixes lo Select From MIRRORS? WE HAVE THEM, TOO! FRAMING — PHOTO FRAMES TOUR .PICTURE STORK The Card and Gift Shop r >( MEATS --.FiSH - C4ROCER3ES- FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Here W££K-END MEAT DEPARTMENT SPECIALS !• .! Fresh Dressed ?,'.± to -1 Ib /'.vcrajru for Ku;islin;' Af.L SJZES IN THE PIECE Ib Ib Ib SHORT SHANK Ib Ib I.HAX JT--UKSIJ ff%*t/5f'i i'''ti:sn roinc a* 4 j\ I-'HKSII SLICED f* ^ Pork Bi3tts !b 33 - n Spare Rifcs Ib .2 i q Pork Liver Ib 21 * FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLE SALE • • vi.;(,i.o\v I:I.HI-:I:T,\ g* Freestone PEACHES. . Z »» JI.'MKO iMCIXO.V.A CANTELOUPES . ., .««"• L,\liC,K lUI'f; 12's Honeydew MELONS ca. SA.VTA KOS.A EATING PLUMS CALIFORNIA )CCB£RG LETTUCE .NEW -YELLOW ONIONS 10c 3 Ibs Grocery Depf. Specials Will Stretch -Your Budget .. EVAP. MILK ' nn:l 20-Ib bajrs C'U'B'E'-S IT.AJX 0!I rODTXf.l) STERLING SALT. SV/KKTMK.UIT SOAP APPLE PIE DICL MONTH i53CED B£iETS. I>MI. MONTI: DICED CARROTS, c6'r- :t FE 0l E. L TOMATO SOUP •LA'R : 'D NU> . ... '" lit /-^ 11) 30* ll> print l.INUY GOLDEN SWEET'CORN GOLDEN HILL CJJT GREEN BEANS . i'lllLLIPS* .DELICIOUS TOMATOES GOLDEN PATCH WHOLE KERNEL CORN . SUNilAl'lSD TOMATO JUICE CAMPBELL'S ASPARAGUS SOUP LIGHTHOUSE . i CLEANSER < SUN31UTE ( CLEANSER OHIO BLUE TIP MATCHES DHL MONTE FR-ESH.-PLUMS. . INDKIO ...... GRAPEFRUIT JUICE No. 2 tl. can Russians Only Eight Miles From Pre-War Prussian Frontier (By United Tress) Tho Rod army is hammering- ; Lhc jraics of Germany. German -hroadcnats report heavy fij, r htin£ at Au|;'ustov — just ci^Cht miles from the pre-war East Prussian frontier. Aiiffiislov is 3S miles nor!.!)of Grodno and on the southern border of the Smvalld trio.rgle which Germany took from Poland and added to Eci-y.i Prussia in 3331). The flat country between Aujyus- lov and the frontier offers no obstacle to the enrolling Russian war machi-iLC. All indiciitions are that I he Nazis have abandoned liopo of* stopping the Red army short of Lhc border. While Mic P.ussi'ans on the central front drive on East Prussia, Soviet forces ir, Poland havo rolled to' within sig-ht of Lwbw—the bis- ! pi^l Gorman ba-sfc o.-i- the south- crn rou I e to Berlin. Soviet front dispu.lche.s say Russian guns already arc slicllinfr Lwow. and tanks are j, r oir.g- for- •\vai'd to attack. Simultaneously, the Germans say Russian, infanlry is atl.cmpLinp to by-pass Lwow to the- north and south. They report tho Usual Rus.-.i.'in procedure of by-passinfr a city prior to an all-oul altack. Jusl. behind khe German lines, Polish underground forces have cut. twy railway .'i:ics runs:.infr ibc- i twcen Lwow and Slovakia. A British broadcast reporting; Polish Un- ' dorground activilic*. added Miat ei^ht Crustapo -ajjoiUs have been executed at Cracow. In other g-aiiis, 1 RussJan troops are swarming across the Blifr river north of Lwow .into that part of Poland from which HiUer launched hi-a invasion of Russia in iu-11. Wounded Marine Used Cellophane For Cup Olympia, Wash. (U P)—Scant heed is paid by the average person to the cellophane wrappings on' a- pack of ciffnrettcs. EuL to PFC. ' Holjcrt V. MclS'amara, 20-year-jjlcl Marine who was wounded on i'a- '' ra\va. it will always have an .cspo- j cial Kignillcance. . j MoNa:nura relates that he was j wounded in both logs during the-. ' early.hours.of the Tarawa assault, j Ho crawdcl beneath a damaged ] : Japanese fire truck and lay • fo hours, unable to move and mac dcnod by thirst that was afrgrn vated by the slow dripping -.o water from an unroachablc on the truck. .Remembering:, finally, a pack o cifrarettcs he carried, .McNamara removed the cellophane wrappqi and, stretching to a point bunc.-ith the spigrot, he cupped the cello phanc in his hands to catch the tepid water. "It was the best drink I cvci had in my life," McNamara said. 30-0-/,. can lie 6 She Finds 'Lucky' Clovers By The Score St. Paul,'Minn. (UP)^T,'••£,',-Eich- bcrg- is convinced', .that.. ..clovers have a language and that his wife, Mrs. Tillie Eichberg, 61, undc'rr stands jt. ;i . How else, he would like to know, can you explain Mrs. Eichberg's record over the years of finding scores of four .and .'Ivc and sii- leaved clovers , a performance topped recently with the finding of an eight-leaf clover? ' "We'll be walking along,", her husband says, "and .'bingo! she bcnds'down'and picks up .clovers,. never less than four, either. 'Lots;. of times'they are .fives and'sixes;,", Eichbci'ff, who keeps his wifcTs 1 lucky finds pressed in-books,'says he could g-jve a way! a wagon load,. of thorn. 'The farm, now run by. Daniel La Dartmouth college but has .been eased for 9SJ9 years to Mrs. Viola Dowoy. wns born Sept. 5, 17SG. Both It was in t;hc square yellow col- are buried -in the old village ceme-j ART AND STATIONERY grand fa t>i or, George M. 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