Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on July 22, 1944 · Page 3
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Saturday, July 22, 1944
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to* SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1944 NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS. Page Three Personal—Social 'This One's On The House!' Elaine Grieder To Wed William Connelly Today Ml.ts Kliilnc Grleder, daughter of Mr. niul Mrs. Henry Cricclcr of -12 Fuller street will become the bi'iclc df William 'I'. Connolly, Jr., A. K.M. ;.c, sun of Mr. iind Mrs. William T. Connelly of VVaterbury this :if- tornuon at 2:3" o'clock In St, Michin 1 I'M (episcopal church. .Ki_'V. Arthur !•'• Lewis will unite the couple In ninrrinjro. Mrs. Henry Gncdcr, Jr., will l>0 nuitron-ol'-honor and Miss Sally (irii'ili'r will bo mald-of-honor. MiL-huel Meehan will serve as best man and Henry Grioder, brother of the bride. and John Bowler, friend of the bridegroom, will uyh- i-r. The bride, who will be escorted to the iiltur by her father, will wi-ar a gown vC white French nuir- iliii.-u'tte, dt'jigned with V neckline, liishnj) sleeves, lilted bodice and floor length, bouffant skirl.. .Her vail of silk illusion will fall from H Juliet cup trimmed with s:eed pearls. Shu will carry white gladioli :ind l>ut>y breath. The matron-or-honor und miild- of-honor will bo similarly attired in white fnille taffeta gowns, fashioned with uifl'ota bodices, and .net bouffant skirts appliqucd on ' the side, 'Their Juliet caps wilt be composed of blue flowers, the same as their bouquets. The motlieT o C ~t lie™ br id c ™w i 11 wcur a lilac summer crepe and whitu accessories. A black sheer 'dress and large black hat will be worn by the bridegroom's mother. A roception will be held at the Hop .Brook club following the ceremony. On their wedding trip to Canada, a. summer black dross witli accessories to match will be worn bv the bride. William Ostrander Weds Marie Anderson At 3:30 Rev. Arthur F. Lewis wlll.ofll- ciatc lit the wedding at 3:30 p. m. tocluy when Miss Muric Elizabeth Anderson/ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Anderson .'of 130-Fairview avenue ,is married to William .Frederick Ostrander. of son Mrs. Bnnlia Ostrander of 312 Scott street, In u double-ring ceremony in St. Michael's Episcopal church. The bride will be given In marriage by her brother, Harold An- Will Vacation At ' Brauford Shore .Miss Jeanne Iircnr.,:m oC'Maplo Mi-cot and Mrj. Charles Brennan of Ward si root left today for ti vncalion at the F.ranford shore. to Church Hillside Oong^eg'ationa] Kcv. I'uul w. J'eturson The win-ship servfce will be conducted on Sunday morning,'. July L'3, at 11:00 o'clock. The minister, Kev. I 1 . XV, Peterson, will preach on the subject. "Reflected Glory." .N'u oilier services will be held this il.iy. The 2-1 th annual Cromwell con- fiTi-nce ilegins its sessions on Sunday u-ith the services at 10:30 a. m., Cf.iio o'clock in the afternoon, and the owning service at 7:-15 o'clock. This conference is held under the IIIIS/MI.VS of the Young People's 1'Yileratiun. The speakers nre, the Kt-v. Joseph C. Danielson, the mln- i.ili.-r of the First Covenant church uf .111., arid Professor K. Olson, teacher of music nt North I 'ark college and conduc- tnr u( its chapel choir. The conference will be in session throughout ihe week, concluding on Sunday, July .'JOth, Inspirational services will be held every evening at 7:-15 i/eluek. On Kridny evening at 7:10 o'clock Congregational HQV. Edwurd K. Uanco The morning worship wi',1 be held at 11 o'clock. The minister. Rev. Edward K. Hance, will preach on "Widening Our Horizons." -Mtinic: Introductory -voluntary, "Prelude in K Minor," IFranck; "Toccala per 1'Elevazione," Fresco- bakli; anthem, "Ye Watchers and Ye Holy Ones." 17th Century .Melody; offertory, "O How Lovely Is Thy Dwelling," Vcttcr-Each; concluding voluntary, "Short Prelude and .Fugue," Krebs. Adult choir will be held Tuesday evening, at 7:30 ji. m. Men's Outing July 29 At Elmer Tucker's The outing for the men of the Naugatiick Methodist church which was postponed recently due to bad weather, will be held Saturday, July 29, at the home of Elmer Tucker, Beacon Valley road, rain or shine. Herbert Johnson and Donald Umlauf are in cliat'frc of tho affair, which' will feature a hot-dog roast. ... Rev. Arid Mrs. Lewis Will Spend Vacation In New Hampshire Rev. Arthur F. Lewis, vector of St. Michael's Episcopal church, and Mrs. Lewis will spend the month of August in Jaffrey, N. H. A corporate Communion will be held at the church, Sunday, July 30, at 7:30 .1. m, . . • On The Air Today Lo- Salem Lutheran (Augu.stann Synod) ^Villlam U. l i 'reiidberK> J.'astor Ihi' will be a Troop Xo. meeting of Boy St. Michael's f Kplsi.'opal) A. !•'.\H J.'or w(;vlt commencinf,' July 23. The si'i-viers a'. Stl Michael's rhurcli on .Sunday, July U3, seventh Sunday after Trinity, will be as fol- I"»-N: C'l'li'bratiun of iho Holy Cyni- intiniiin at 7:31) ;i. m. Morning prayc: 1 ami serrntjn at i L a. m. Sermon Hiiliji-ct "I Speak After the Manner of M,.n." "!'ui;srliiy: D:00 ,'i. m. Holy Com- liiiiniiin. St. James. Thiirsclay: 7:00 p. m. Grammar achotil girls' choir in choir room. Friday: 7:oO p. in. Altos and sopTHnns: entire choir at 7:30 p. m. Thi; (lector wave notice that on Siiml.-iy, July 30th, following the iisii.-il L-ustiiin. there will be a corp(i|-;il(: C'immtirii(>ri of the parish M tin- T:.':o ii. rn. service. Postal curds will be .si-nt out to the mem- l». - i's :md all are invited to take l'»rt. The lector is leaving for Ju. r ''•<.•>•, X. If., the I'nllowiriK day. The Trar.sfiicui'ation. of Christ. (Seventh Sunday after Trinity.) The Glory of the Son of Man (John 13:31-32). b'shurs—Rudolph Anderson nnd •Arthur Parson. Sunday. July 23: 0:30 a.m..English service. Soloist—Cor,ii"id Robs. MARIE D. ANDERSON derson. She will wear a tan and white print dress with white accessories and will carry a bouquet of white roses and white gladioli. Miss Shirley Weber, a cousin of the jiroom will be maid-ot'-honor and will be auired in a Ian print dress ancl brown accessories. Peach roses and gladioli will comprise her bouquet. A brother of the bride, Scrjrcar.t .Ralph Anderson, of Camp Stilton, -N". C.. win be best man. Alvin Woostcr, organist, will furnish the nuptial music. A reception will take place at the bride's home on Fnirvicw avenue. After an unannounced wedding trip, the bride and groom will reside at 312 Scott street. Mr, Ostrander is a graduate of Njtuiratiick high school and Miss Anderson was graduated from Seymour high school in 10-10. Carl M, Nyberg Visiting In Tovyn ; Storekeeper 1-c Carl M. Nybere;, a former Naugatuck resident is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Magnuson of GO Carroll street. He has .lust returned from ID months' service in Iceland. . " A couple of liner barrels are emptied into the lonjj range fuel lunlt of of'a Spitfire at an JiJJtflisli airfield before the: plane carried jfc to Allied forces fitfhtiiitf in JVorniiindy. This method of carrying the anibcr- ll(|iii<l to front lino fiKhlurs was used until slilppiiiK- Npacc hcciimc avallublu. Jlrcad was also fluwii to, the battlcfrunt. . (International) Old-Tune Medicine Show Man Reaches Peak In Bond Drive Wedding Bells For It. Tom Harmon Ann Arbor, Michigan, July 22— —Lieutenant Tommy .Harmon —the University of Michigan' two-time All American half-back— and screiin actress Klysc Kr.o.x wij be married in Ann Arbor ne.x month. Within the last year and a half Hai-inon has been twice listed as missing in airplane crashes.. Each time he had pushed his waj through jungles back to civlliEa- Lion, Naugatuck Methodist Kev, T. Jiradley I-oiiKMtnff 11 a. in. Service. Sermon subject: •Paul the Aposllc." Irene Passeck, Win. Bellemore, Are Married 5t. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran JJcv. O. H. Bertram •Ifi a. m. Woivhi'7> service. '15 a. m. Sunday schoo'.. Holy Saviour (T'olLsh National Catholic) Kev. Louis Kac/.orowskl Louis Quinn Now Corporal Miss Irene J. Passeck of School street extension, Uniun C i t y, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pnsseck and William Arthur J3ellc-.| more, of Baldwin street. Water- j bury, sun of Mrs. Lewis Bellemore, ! were married this morning at 9 I o'clock in St. Hcdwijr's church by Rev. S. J. Nalcwajlt. The attendants were Miss Irene Binkowski and Henry Sobieranski. Word has been received by Mr and Mr.'. John Quinn of Rubbei nveimc that their son. Louis, of the Army Air Corps, stationed al Chatham Field. Ga., has boon promoted to a Corporal. Masses celebrated at O:30 a. m, 8 a. m, and First Church of Christ Scientist \VATKKIJUKV (Cdriicr ilolmc-s mid Mituliull Avon.) .Sunday service tOMij a. m. Sun'!">• sehool l(i:.|5 a. m. Sunday (ift- i-rniHin service is omitted during •'lily and August. Wednesday eve- ni"i; iiK-c-iini: at n o'clock. '"I'l'iith" will bn the subject of '•I" 1 r.i-siion-Sermon for Sunday, July L'.'ird. Tin! ("ifildrn Text In from Psalms ™.l''. "Thou. O .Lord, art a God f"ll tit (Mitnpassion. and gracious, '^"T-.'iuflVrini:^ and plenteous in nii-n-y and irii'ih," H'Hccti'ins 1'iom the Bible Include !!»• I'tillowing: "Open ye Ihe gates, the righteous nation which St. Mary's (Roman Catholic) Kev. Tlioiiuw M. Griffin Thc Mnyses at St. Mary's church will be celebrated at 7:30, 0:30 and 11 a. rn. St. Hedwig-'s (J'oll.sli Koman Catholic) Jlcv. is. I 1 '. Niihiwajk "Nang'yettes" Hold Weekly Meeting T h i weekly "-Xaugyet-les" held tlici meeting at -Jie home of Mrs. Frances O'Neill of Galpin St. recent !y. The faaturc the showing Goat, Drillmaster, Missing; Troops Lose Drill Zip of thc evening was of moving pictures of .Mr. and Mrs. O'Xeill's weddiriK rc- The Masses at St. Hcdwljr's church will be celebrated at C:30, g, <J:30 iir.d 11 a. rn. • The regular weekly vesper service will be afternoon. at 3 o'clock Sunday St. Francis' (Jioman Catholic) J. J. I'lty.Rcruld, Pastor !<,-,,„' Thi.|, h H H; truth may enter In. W jit keop him in perfect whosi.. mind is stayed on tii-ciiiisn he trusteth in thcc." L'C:^, 3). ijintivi 1 passages ','rom the ian Scir-nce textbook. "Scl- nd 11,-jilih with Key to Scrlp- l, y Mury jjuk,,,. K L |dy, In- following (pii. tl, -107): cannot change the un- MasKes will be celebrated in St. Francis' church Sunday morning at 7, 0 find 11 o'clock. St. Anthony's I'roNpect, Conn. (Komun Catholic) shown by Mr. Bernie Smith.. After the business meeting f res Inn cms were served. Among those present were: Helen Kr;, Phyllis Behlman, PKKJ.T Cm-tin, Dorothy Roberts, Alberta En.cla, Mrs. Earl Roller. -Mrs. Bob RussclL and' Mrs. Francis O'iS'eil! and friends of the Tam- i'fy. Returning- Today To Summer Cottage Mrs. Richard Whaien and diLu;di- ler, Diana, who are spending the summer at the .Nolan collage at 1'oinl Beach, Milford, will return t.'here -Ihis evening after a shor •fitly ;it tlic-ic home on Curtist, street. Donald Harvey Is Promoted Masses will bo celebrated at St. Anthony's church in Prospect. Sunday morning at 8 and 10 o'clock. BEACON FALLS United Church Utav. Il.-irry E. Tliomiw, Pastor) Thc Everyman's Eib'c class will meet .'it thc church at 'J:30 o'clock truth, nnr ™ n prayer w|th p,. Psit | 0nt Clayton Dubois in givu tin tin understanding- of "'lilh; but prayer, couplet! with •' fi.'i-vctit habitual desire to know ""cl dci tho will of God, will bring "» Into .Ml Truth. ... It should be "'"roughly undcmnc hnvi' , mo Mind, one God and Fri- tlH-l-, oric rJif,, '[•,, llt | li nn(1 L OVC . •'•ml'.ind will become perfect In I )rfi r>')i-tifin ax this fact becomes ap- M l .'V' tl . v '' ;u ' wl " cease and the trut of man will be established." Lutheran Church Il.-irold i^ucas, 1'nstor l? ;i|r ' .1. m. Worship soi-vlcc. Tuesday. 7:30 p .m^JKeetlng of Sunday charge ot the meeting. Morninp hour of worship service will be conducted at 10:-15 o'clock, with Rev. Harry E. Thomas, the pastor, officiating and delivering thc ucrmon. 'In the evening the Christian Endeavor society will meet at thc church nt 7 o'clock. Donald Harvey, son of Mr. anc Mrs. Alex Harvey of ID .Carroll .•••trues, has bacn promoted from Pirvalc First Class to. Corporal at thc -A'ir Base, Chatham. Field, Qa.., where he iy stationed. Visiting Friends In Borough •Miss Juno Young of New York city is visiting Dr. and Mrs. E. K. Curra.ii of North Main street. school teachers, St. Michael's Cnoman Catholic) ncv. Jerome Cook, raster The "Masses 'for the parishioners of St, Michael's church will be celebrated at 8 o'clock. 9:15 o'clock and 11 o'clock on Sunday morning in tho new church on Maple avenue. .. ... Mother Visits Son In AAF In Florida Serfvt. Rocco Lnbriola, stationed at Fort Meyers, Fin., is enjoying a visit from his mother, Mrs. Patsy L.-ibriolfi. of Hifrh street, ancl Lydfi Shadolska of-Locust street, Waterbury.- Sorjrt. Labriola was recently transferred to Fort Myers after completing,' a course in aerial frun- ncry at Amnrillo'Field, Tex. - - 3Irs. Laljriola's daughter, Mrs. Carmela De Pasqualn, is a resident of Miami, and also was visited .by her mother. Hcaclqu.-i.rtcrs, Panama Canal Dc;ipi-tmcn.t. Quarry Heights, C. Z. -—(UP)—Since thc mysterious di^- appearancc of "John Junior." ' an nutslanHing member of l.hc Goat Brigade on the Galapagos Islands, parados and other military formations have become merely dull routine for thc U. S. soldiers stationed on that rocky island outpost of Ihc Panama Canal. • Wi;h only a h/indfur of human, beings among the native population of Ihesc grim volcanic bits, of land silualed on thc equator several hundred miles wcsl. .of the of Ecuador, i|i e four- footed personalities in the Goat Brigade had become favorites among :he U. S. troops, John Junior was particularly notable because of his fondness for marching wilh^lhc soldiers and for his pcculiur lastc in cigarettes. His preferred marching position was alongside a platoon leader— and ho, made a brave- as -he h.igh-sle.ppcd proudly with his" rod- 1 ! paiii.tcd horns aloft and, his- to- '' bacco-stained beard bobbing from i his chin. . • • | Cigarettes Hls : -All • The goat loved cigarettes, which 'he munched eagerly;--Jrom-. tho hands, of .Ills' 'Gl 'friends, --but he turned up his goal. no.« c at any except freshly opened smokes — arid for some 1 reason' he alway.s. refused cigarettes of'a ccrlafoil'pop- ular brand.' Soldier 'smokers of other brands a.asertcd" scornfully thai oven a goat - wouldn't touch' that kind, while its partisans insisted U:al their favorltcs.rwcrc dc- Blythcvillc, Ark. CUP)—Thomns F. "Doc" Dean i« on the platform again. The old-time medicine show man has jumped feet first into the Fifth War Loan Drive in an effort to break his owr. record selling war bonds." ; During the first four bond drives. Dean sold n total of 10,000,000 worth of bonds—and he's determined to raise that figure 11 considerable notch during the current drive. When the present war came along, Dean tried to got into the armed services. But he was too old. So he turned h'is abilities to the next best tiling—raising money lo help pay for Ihc ^ruiis. ammunition and supplies needed by th'e men on Ihc f;e;htinp fronts . Sold Million at Knlly _. Since then Dean has sold everything from 10-ccnt war stamps to $1000,000 bonds. He broke his own record by selling more than $1,000,000 worth ot bond's during- a single rally at Joncsboro, Ar'k. Dean has -been persuading- people to- buy things for 21 years. His auctioneering for Uncle Sam began in the llrst days, of war bonds at Beardstown, 111., when Dean was there with his medicine show. As he sold his compound "good for everything from falling 'hair ,o falling arches," Dean urged his ludiencc to buy bonds. To slimu- ate '.interest in saving for war bonds, he gave away S10 attendance prizes in thc form of 10-cent stamps. Honored hy Governor The idea spro.nd. to other towns n Illinois and Indiana. When the winter season set in. 3ean decided lo disband his modi- line show and purchased a. busi- ss. al BJj'thoville. His efforts have brought him rc- varcls in the way of honors. Gov. •iomor M. Adkins of Arkansas has ppointcd Dean an oH'.ciai Arkanas Traveler, and I-Ienry Borgan- hou, Jr., Secretary of Ihe Treas- ry, has cited iho old-time medicine n-Nin for his sales. Dean says his selling powers all dale back to the days when he practiced hypnotism before audiences or. show boats plying the Mississippi l^ivcr, and when he was a black-face comedian in vaudeville from California to New York. The answer to his selling power is showmanship. First WAC In Franc An American soldier gives :i welcome hand lo one of the first members of the U. S. Women's Army Corp (WAC) lo set foot on French .soil. U. S. Signal Corps U a d i o p h o 1 (i. (International Soundphoto) 1:MI p. m. WOR—Business Forum' WABC—Grand Central Station WATR—News; Melody Time WJZ-WTIC—News; Market WEAF—Here's-to Youth 1:15 p. m. WTIC—Market. Report WATR-WJZ—Transatlantic WOR—Lee Ca-stlc O'rcli. 1:30 p. m. WABC—Country Journal WJZ—Swing Shift Frolic WTIC-WEAF—Indiana Indigo WATR-WOR—Luncheon with pez 1:4.1 p. m. WATR—Carnival A'KAF-WATR—Telescope rVTIC—John Me Vane 2:00 p. m. tVATR—Braves vs. Cards VOR—Lani Mclntirc Orch. • —Here's to Youth Women in Blue VvJvAF—Army. Air Forces Band WABC—Of Men and Books 2:30 p. m. WOR—News; P. Alpcr!, WABC—Calling Pan America. WJZ—Sc/, You WTIC-WEAF—Sports Stories 3:00 p. m. WOR—This is Hallorani WJZ—News; 21 Stars WTIC—Minstrel Melodies I WABC—Victory' F. O. B. i WEAF—Minstrel Melodies 3:30 p, m. WOR—Bob Strong Orch WTIC-WEAF—Music on Display WJZ—Jazz Concert WAEC—Visiting Hour •1:00 p. m. WOR—Rollini Trio WJZ—NCW.S; Heidt Orch. WATR—Afternoon Revue WABC—To bo announced WTIC-WEAF—To be announced 4:15 p. m. WOR-WEAF—Jamaica Races 4:30 p. m. WABC—Ted Husing; News WTIC-WEAF—Rhythm Workshop WOR—Show Shop 5:00 p. m. WTIC-WEAF—Your America WJZ—Now ;s Concert Orch. WOR—Uncle Don WATR—Salurday Concert WABC—Corliss Archer 5:15 p. m. WOR—Navy Bulletin Board 5:30 p. m. WEAF—Saturday Rhythms WABC—Mother and Dad WOR—Jimmy Palmer Ore.'!. WTIC—Cesar Seirchingcr 5:45 p. ni. WEAF-WTIC—Curt Masscy WJZ-WATR—Hello Sweetheart 6:00 p. m. WEAF-WATR-WJZ—News WOR—News: Prayer 6:15 p. m . WEAF—Hollywood Th.-ater \VATR-WJZ—Storyland Theater w OR—New.srccl; En-ire Nous ,VABC—People's Platform iVTIC—Jazz Gems 6:30 p. m. VOR—News; Stan LomaJt VTIC—Strictly Sports VJZ—Harry Wismer, Sports iVATR—Sports; Hits-Bits; News ~:00 p. m. VABC—It's Maritime .VATR-WJZ—Blue Correspond. VEAF—They Call Me Joe VOR—Guess Who? •IS p. m. VJZ- WATR-WEAF—News ,'ABC—Mrs. Miniver ":.'M |>. m. VATR—Bes-l Loved Music EAF-WTIC—Ellery Queen VOR—Confidentially Yours 7 JZ—RCA Prog-ram 7:45 p. nt. WOR—Answer Man 8:00 p. ni. way WEAF-WTIC—Can You Top ThU 9:15 p. m. WABC—Saturday Serenade WJZ—Dance Orch.; Quick Quiz 10:00 p. m. WEAF-WTIC—Orchestra, Gu<mU WATR-WOR—News WJZ—Guy Lorn bar-do 10:10 p. m. WATR—Belgian Music WABC—Correction Plcosi; WOR—Tenor and Orchestra 10:,10 p. m. WATR-WJZ—Army Service Forces WTIC-WEAF—Grand Olc Opry ' 10:45 p. m. : WABC—Talks WOR—Bob Strong-• Orch. 11:00 p. m. ALL Stations—News 11:15 p. m. WATR—California Melodies WTIC-WEAF—String- Quartet WABC—Shcp FWds Orch. WJZ—Dramatic Sketch WOR—News; Wealbcr. Il.-KO p. m. W^ATR-WJZ—Hoosicr Hop WOR—Tommy Tucker Bund WTIC-WEAF—Training Command Band WABC—Dean Hudson Orch. 12:00 Midnight WTIC-WEAF—News; Pcluso Orcli. WATR—Sign. On WABC—News; Glen Gray Band WOR—iSlern, Martcll Orchs. WJZ—News; Fields, Martin Orchs. 12.-.W a. ni. WABC—Eddy Howard Orch. WEAF-WTIC—News; Three Suns; L. Sims WJZ—Spivak Orch. . ' India has an area of 3,!3T6,9OO square miles and a population of 389 million, or aboi.t onc-Qfth ot the world's total. Louisiana's 80 oil fields produce Sfi million, barrels a year. l»TI CTAflt SHOW.. MARTFORO LAUGHING REVUE ~M LIONEL M.J%>-K THE DAFFY AUCTIONEER *, »v"^ v .>.-TMJTH i CONSIOUINI i v = MIDNlTt fN«W Naval Base hospital, this institu- ] lion is alsn curing for woundcd'j W-ABC—Kenny Baker Sho-.. American soldiers. Coast Guards-j WTIC-WEAF—A-bic*s Irish Rose Navy Medicos Treat Wounded At British Base and Marines, as \vell as British .v.nd French troops. Arriving under guard also are wounded Gorman prisoners, given the same treatment as their captors. Because time is such an important element in the treatment of open wounds, all mentis of trans- for .humans, -'not'..goals:' John Ju-iuior nlso>yvas:crazy about peppermint - sti-cks, arid would stand- on his back legs, to -gel. thorn. ';. ,' But one clay he 1 disappeared from thc tiny island, where.--only strictly watched Army- and.-jNavy vessels call. His-sorrowing: friends rcj'ccl suggestion that the . sure-footed animal may liavi slipped off th c rooky shore and drowned; '.they lave :t. more plausible theory; John Junior was kidnaped by the -jealous crew of some visiting Army jomber;. Perhaps, --they «iy sadly, the fliers carried fresher cigarettes, and brighter peppermints.: . (Thc following dispntch was written by n. Navy public relations officer.) • ' A O. S. Naval Base Hospital In England—(Distributed by UP) — An 88 millimeter shell exploded over the back o.C an American soldier stringing cable on the Normandy beachhead. Within a matter of hours doctors at th'is U. S. Naval Base hospital had successfully rc- movnd from his left lung ;.i piece of steel shrapnel two inches long and ono-ancl-a-half inches wide. And thc soldier is getting well today. This is the kind of skilled, swift treatment that U. S.' Naval medical officers here ore giving Uncle Sam's wounded soldiers and sailors fresh from thc battlefields in France. Housing tho most modern equipment and medicine and utilizing the most up-to-date medical techniques, this hospital during thc first two weeks of the invasion .handled several hundred U. S. cas- 1 unities from France with thc phc- .nomcnal mortality- record of one man lost. Yet hundreds have poured through here, men with every type • of wound or injury from walking cases with superficial and Roger W. Scavcr,.- 341 Pied- i'wounds to litter casfis with severed Couple Files Wedding Intentions Bessie L. Porter, 116 Cliff, street,' poi'tnlion are utilized to speed the delivery of patients. Some arc arriving, on Navy-operated landing ships, others on Coast Guard rescue craft, on Allied hospital ships and in ambulances. Awai'Jng 1 them is this former British hospital, with more than 100 wards, operating rooms and I.-iborutorics, all mair.taniod in a in a MUHC of constant readiness, and GO outbuildings which can be utl- lixp'd in emergencies—almost doubling thc normal capacity. .50 Docfors On Staff It. has a. stuff.composed o,f CO experienced dociors, 12 hospital- corps officers serving a.s technicians, 98 trained Navy nurses and- '100 skilled hospital cbrpsmcn. Another ISO men arc engaged in maintc- i nance, Bach casualty on .arrival is examined by the chiefs of surgery, medicine ..and neuro-psychiati'y to determine as quickly as possible the preliminary treatment necessary and whether surgery is needed. New and improved methods of treating men suffering from shock, combat fatigue and operational fatigue have been adopted by thc stnff in neu'ropsychiatry and all patients thus far treated have been restored to .normalcy. .WATR-WJZ—American Dance ilusic WOR—News 8:J5 p. m. WOR—For Remembrance WJZ—To be announced 8:30 p. m. ' '-; WEAF-WTIC—Author's Playhouse- WOK^Cisco Kid '""•-'IQM'B WABC—inmir Sanctum ' *"'" WJZ-WATR—Boston Conceit !>:00 p. m. WABC—Hit Parade WOR—Talk; A'ir Theater WTIC-WEAF—Barn Dance 9:15 p. m. WOR—Theater of Air WABC—School of 'the Air n:.™ p. m. WATR-WJZ—Spotlight on Callo- CANNING NEEDS •Jars in Flntx, Quarts and 2-Qu:irt Sizes. Jar Rubber* Jar Caps Pressure Cookers NAUGATUCK HARDWARE NEABY BUILDING Tel. 5212 Prompt, Expert WAXCII & JEWELRY HKI'.AIRING William Schpero •lewder 180 CHURCH ST. — 1 Flight Cp — \ SNACK and S SNIFTER SET .98 STRISIITS CEXTKJl ST. DIAL 3-278! OPA Odd Lot Release Men's, Women's and Boys' SHOES No Ration Stamps Required NOR WASH Shoe Store NEARY BUILDING NAUGATUCK Government of thc Philippines commonwealth will bo nine years o'.d November 15, 194-]. ' ' ' mont street, Watorbury, filed mnr- .riagc intentions, nt the. - oinco." of Town Clerk Raymond J. St, John. 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