Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on July 26, 1944 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, July 26, 1944
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>•• r WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1944 NAUXSAT.UCK DAILY NEWS Three I Women's Activities—Personal & Social Jsd Installation Of Chiefs-Elect Thursday Night The chiefs elect will be Installe n t the tuei'tlng of Natatuc tribe, . 0 R. M" tomorrow evening nt o'cltHilt In I'ythiaii hall. Deputy Great Sachem Jesse .1 Kumiiii'f of Seymour and stuff wll lie in charge i>f tho installation r>ust Siichcru William I-;. Bruer, <> Chfl.thi'' 0 will iilso be present, refreshments will be served ut' tci- the meeting. All members an requested to attend. Carl W. Thompson Attended Meeting- In Boston Ciirl \\'- Thompson of New street Ims rcliirurd from lioston, Mass, where In 1 attended the meeting of ildwitcN d' t' lc grand convention or tin: Order of Vasa of America held last week. Mr.-Mrs. Charles Erk Return Frcm Maine Bare Backs! Mr. and Mr.-i. Charles Erk of Cur- t|ys street. Union City, have re- (unn'il from n vL*it to Portluiul. Mninc. where they were registered at the Cover In-n. They were ac- cr. Ha-isdl of Wuterbury. Day Nursery Association Meeting- Friday A ivK«lar mooting of the IS'iui- Kiitucl; Day Xursery \viil be held J'riday, July W, at 10 a. m, at the N«r:icrv on Water street. Crusader Post Auxiliary Meets Thursday Tin; Cnisailn 1 Post, V. F. W., litdlra' auxiliary will rni!rr Thui'S- ilny evening, July 2", at S [>. m. at their rnoms <>n Rubber a^'enl^c, Card Party At Millville Library The Millville Library association is sponsoring a card parl.v Friday nt *:3i> [i. m. in Library hall. Pi'itli,'!'. pinouhli; and setback will bi> played niul there will be prizes and i'i.'l"!ii]i'nt.i. Naugyettes Met Last Night With Miss Krzykowski The Nuugyettcs held their week ly meeting nt the home .of. Mis Helen Krsykowski oC Woodblm ali-oct, Union City, lust night. Miss Kay Soucy of Boston attended tho meeting. Others present were: Alberta EnjTlc, Peggy Curtin, Dorothy Rob crts, Mrs, Robert Russett, Mrs Francis O'Neill and Sarah Bergstrom. Refreshments were served and after adjournment, the K''oup visited tho baxaar at St. Mary's church "Jackie" Schmitz At Point Beach Miss Jacqueline Schmitu of Mead ow street is spending a month' vacation at Point Beach, Milford. Spending- Vacation At East Kiver Mr. and Mrs, Harry Anderson find daughters, Patricia and Jc'ryl, of Salcrn street are spending a vacation at East River, Madison. Return From Atlantic City Guests At Home Of Mr.-Mrs. Abel Mr.-t. Elwin Sillnu'ay. and daughter. Jane, of Bosum HIV cuosl:< of Mr. and Mrs. Warren D. Abel of Millvillo avenue. Mrs, Sillowuy is Ihi: daiiKhtoi 1 of Mrs. Abel. Richard Morrissey Homo On Leave J'ATTKKN 1US3 The now "buru" look is tops in uriimcr fashions.' Designed top'ive •ou ;ii; much sun-tanninfr as jios- Iblo, Use pinafore illustrated also as a neat littlu "cover-up" bolero to add to it. . Barbara B-;ll Pattern >To. 10S3 U lesigncd foi- sizes 10, 12. 14. Id. W and 1!0. Siiic 12, pinafore dru.iu •equires 3 1-2 yards of 39-inch mat- rial; bolero, 1 1—I yards. Fresh inypir.ation for home scw- ij; in our new Sprin™ A^BC Pat- t-rn Book — just off the press, rice 10 cents per copy. Order ;ir. VBC Pattern Book with a 15 cent Jittern for 25 ce:iUs, plus 1 cent oslape. For fhii attractive pattersv send i ccrvcs. plu.-j 1 cent for iiosta^'o. i coins with your name, address, :ute:-n number and size wanted to Barbara Bell, Nati^'atuck Daily News, Po<t Office Box 90, Station G, .New York 19, N. Y. M.r and Mrs. James Morrlssny. who have been' vacationing in -Al- lantii'. City, N. J.,' 'have returned to their home on Rubber avenue. Barbara Anderson At Camp Pinko Mis-i Barb.'ira -Anderson of Salem street is at Camp Pinko, Wlnthrop, Maine, for the season. BOROUGH DAILY <DIARY JULY 1944 T W T. * ft :.2 3 E , S' 6 7 8' 9 10 11 12 Ji 14 IS 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 2S 26 21 '28 19 30 31 — Coming Events THURSDAY Tribe, I. O. II. M., incictN at -8 i>. in. iii Pythian hall. Auxiliary, Crusailer I'ost,. V; F. W. will meet at 8::i(> l>. in. nt post rooms,« oOo—— , FRIDAY , . MoiMing iif Day Nursery A.s- KuciitUun, .1.1). ;u .in. Friday at Nursery, Water street. ——oOo SATURDAY _ Clambake; Tennis Making Dept,, Col I on Hollow 'Grove. • Weather Report | 3_ .. —- O Vermont and Connecticut—Con- ulcrablo cloudiness tonight. Cloudy vi'Ji sl-.uv/ers and scattered thun- ershowcrs Thursday. I\'o impoi't- nt temperature changes. ' : ' Massachusetts — Considerable lou'dinoss west portion tonight and 'hursday with showers and sca'.- urnd thundurshowers on Thursay. Fair cast, portion tuniglil . i'ol- wed by incrciisinsr cloudiness [•hursday nioririnf. und showers nd scattered thundcrsHowcrs in 10 afternoon. Bright Birds American Tanks Break Throuh (Continued from Pafte iliehard Morrissuy of tho U. S. (,'niist f.iuard is spending a few ilny.-i' leave at his home on Rubber avenue. Nclan Family -Return Frcm Bantam Lake Mr. and Mrs. Michael N'olan and (l-mt-.Mti-r Maryann, of Shclllekl latii- lt,-i%-r rpttirm.'rl t'roni a vacation «fn;m at I'iiintunt lake. Mrs. Gerald Stopper Entertaining- Guests Mrs, lli;li:ii Harvey and Mrs. Hurry Cookc nl' VV'illiamspoi-t, I'd., III-L- Lh<; KiicMtH of Mrs. Gerald Stop- Ju:r ol 1 Melbourne .street. Spending 1 Week At Scout Camp -jcoius Wayne and Dale Swoct • f f'.c-icrf.'i Valley ro;id ;ire .Mpotlil- • nx this week at Gamp Mattcitucli. *'-'iiterto\vn. One 2,000-pound robot smashed into a hospital, killing at Iciust. two patients and trapping others under fkiming wreckage. A German warning system reported this morning that. Allied bombers were flying over Cariu- tliia and Styria, both provinces in Austria. Turning to the ground fighting in Italy— Tho British sent armored spearheads to within eig-ht miles of Florence today. The Germ<i.r.s say the Allies have started their long-expected attack on Florence and admitted tlic Na'/U were in. retreat. On the central Italy front — at Santo Ubaklo monastery —- the priests have found a justification tor mir.-n-Ies. i The Nazis held the monastery i ;igaii st ihi; on-coming British, hut i they ha-d -warded off British fire by a jiy trick. The Ccrmjins warned that 23.1 Italian civilians were held invicle as hostages. The priests carried notes back and forth between the British and Nu'/.i eommij rulers almost every day Temperature Report Amid great ceremony on Che beach nt' the Nauguluck river just below Plaits Mil|s. Red Hermans launched tin- "Angle MoTavish." :i sailboat that looked, while on the sliore, better than the Queen Mary. "But as Keel smashed a bottle of Eallantine's over the bow, which deed sent the vessel careening- down Cbo ways, up un i-'aaching the water, the boat ysir.k to the bottom of the river. Mike Jones, Davy's brother, then took .over. It was much warmer today as tlli; temperature hit S5 at 1 p. m. Midnight 3 a. m G a. m 9 a. m Noon 1-p. m 6-1 G2 SS" 93 05 Group Leaves From Board 14-A For Exam Arthur Downes Hospital Patient Arthur II. Downas «tn-i!t is ;i patient in bury hospital, nf 05 Oalt the Water- About DO por cent of the apricot op erirnes from Californiu. *ZOVO J'ATTEKN No. 11209K You can ii.dd an unusual touch tn your towels with thcs-j brig-ht- plumed bird's — or then again you u'tglH make them up into a set of small pictures. Pattern envelope contains hot- iron transfers for 4 designs, each a-bout 4 by G inches; color chart, stitch illustrations andxful^ directions. Our 00-page multicolored book of 'Needle Arts con-taining five free patterns, and many other after Jtilv held ,h, •p.-iHah innk- fiihbtn m Llo "' ; '" fo1 ' dressing up your home ^,7n;d\,ictr^r 1 wi^ -yourself ^owava,^.^ Th^^^t ox^.on-U.c i -*-J^.? \° a ? a ™£%* Germans pulk-d out Sunday r.ight J \\ornen. chklren and old men now | .g^ u ccnw ^.^ ^ paupln No. ROli'J!) to rsaugatuck Daily snusirs are straggling clown the mountain | to their homes, Only tlio priests j knew the narrowness of their es-1 cape from the disaster which mctj clvilianis held at Cassino abbey. While German soldier* fall back towards their homeland, from cast, south and wetit, the people at home today will hear an ultlmu-lum from Ooebliels— the new Keich plenipotentiary for total war effort. Coebbels will broadcast to Germany at 2::I5 o'clock today, East- era War time, In -a desperate effort to rally the home front for a last-ditch stand. Kc is expected to outline what are expected, to be the most drastic measures for total war ever adopted by a nation. News, Needle Arts Dcp't, P.O. Box 172, Station D, New'York, 3, N 1 . Y. DID YOU WRITE TODAY? A LETTER MEANS SO MUCH WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF DON'T DELAY WRITE TODAY Russians Reach Vistula River A KTOUP of men from "Loc.-il Selective Service Board 1-1-A loft for prc-induction physical examinations this morning. Dr. Edwin R. Curran presided for the board nt: roll call. Mrs. James Lutx, a member of the Red Cross canteen committee^ served coffee and doughnuts to the men at Tut tie JTT'.isic shed; • The number'o:' pro-inductees-was not disclosed. According to 'the present SS laws, men found physically fit for military duty may be called for service after tlir v oe weeks or ;is Ibnpri'asv'niriety .days after the examinations. An a-veriiEro house in 'the'TJ.-S, 20 years old. (Continued from Pap;c 1) STATIONERY AIR-MAIL V-MAIL PLAIN and NOVELTY PA?ERS FOUNTAIN PENS — INKS Your Stationery Store SWEENEY'S AKT AND STATIONERY THE CARD AND GIFT SHOP STORE Russianis had opened a big scale assault east and northeast of the old Lithuanian capital of Kaunas •Ais the Russians bored deep i into Poland, Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden, told Commons ' todi\ that Britain continues to recognize the Polish s-overnmcnt-in-cx' lie, now in Landoon, as the legal government of Poland. '. ICdcn's statement was tnndc "in reference to Moscow's action in forming a. Polish committee for •national liberation in Russian-liberated Poland. The foreign secretary said he hoped for an early solution of the problems between- Russia and the Polish government ir. exile. WILL UK FENALIZED Boston, July 26—(UP)—Salcm- Pcabocly union members who stopped work while their case was boinj,- settled will be penalized. The "New Enpland War Labor Board .is - imposing 1 " financial penalties nfrftinst members 'of an Engineers and Firemen's union who work at seven leather 'plants in the Salem and Pcabody areas. T, Hammond, •• Walthani, Mass., is shown beinp;- guided down a street by lils-.."soeinB t'yc" •. doR;,'Sandra, The doj; has • h'ucn • awarded tho covrtnd Army-Navy .: "E" for her. war 1 production job which is to Biiide.her.-master-to.' his war job at a defrii.w'plant. • ' ' '(internntibrial) At Service For Gen; Roosevelt Governor Dewey And Governor Bricker Confer (By United The two top men on the Republican ticket hope'to iron out a lew campaign wrinkles today. Governor John Bricker, vice-presidential nominee, has pone to Albany to ta.'k -with Governor Dewey. However, Dcwoy says they probably won't gefoown to the all important question of what sections of the country they will speak in. Dcwcy still says ho won't' do any extensive campaigning from the rear platform of a. railroad train. This is the first time Dewcy and Bricker have seen each other since the Republican national convention at Chicago. ri-ivlhg-at Christ church, Oyster Bay, T,. I., to attend^ memorial .scryICON for Hrig."'C'cn. Theodore' Konsevi-K:, Jr., who died in >"or- inandy, lire, ineinbers of liis family.''Thisy are (front to'rear): Mrx.. TTicuduru KniiNi-vclt.Jr., widow of the general -, and son, Lt. Xhco- cltirc .HuoHiivelt, Krd; Mrs'. Themlmx- ,l{oiis<-vclt, 3rd,' an<] brother? Lt. Cornelius Kooscvult; and l-t, Cninclr. and Mrs. William McMillan (d.-iiiKliier). (Iiitcr/l.-ilioii.-!)) ' ONE COUJ'ON FOU-MJ Cambridge, M.-LS.S., July 20—(UP) —A single gasoline coupon, bo- liovcd one of- those stolon with a Texas cities are encouraging: victory gardens by reducing water rates and allowing- extra gallonage during the summer months. BUY WAR BONOS AND STAMPS George Bernard Shaw Celebrates His 84th Birthday London, July 26— (UP)— Ccorcn Bernard Shaw-'celebrated his 88th birthday today with a single public statement on world affairs. He said that Hitlci—like N.ipoloon and the Kair.or—almost certainly,, would come out of the' war scolt- free. ' ' .',' Tn fact, said Shaw, the fuehrer, 'probably will end up in some pc»c<£ ful retreat—such as Dublin. He pointed out that Napoleon ended his days quietly on St. Helena and Iho Kaiser died in luxury at Doorh". As for the future, Shaw said this: "Pci-h.ips in another thousand •years or so when the world has read all my books and learned, from them to be reasonable, then there will be an age fit for anybody to grow old in." . Sh.iw expects to continue writing, but doesn't know what his next- play will be about. He says he never does—"they just develop like trees growing." " cials announce • that the numbers of all th-e mis-iny coupons will be | posted nationally. The maiJ pouch I —which, contained coupons total- iniiil )>ouch, lia-s been recovered in..' ing about 2SO.OOO gallons of gaso- \Vorc;e5-tcr. Its serial numbers are:| line—'disappeared 'rny'storlo'usly on being I'.hscked. And O-P-A offi- July :3th-. OPA Odd Lot Release Men's, Women's and Boys' SHOES No Ration Stamps Required NOR WASH Shoe Store NEARY BUILDING NAUGATUCK i Xittcoin C [61 W. MAIN ST. OPPOSITE THE GREEN Phones IN STOCK LATHE CHUCKS LATHE COLLETS DRAW BARS LATHE CUTTERS ,TOOL HOLDERS DRILL PRESSES TABLE SAWS BAND SAWS POWER DRIVE BELTS TOOL GRINDERS ELECTRIC DRILLS PORTABLE SAWS PORTABLE 'SAm)ERS BENCH SANDERS ELECTRIC HACK SAW WALKER-TURNER ]() IN. TIU'IN ARBOR SAW JUST RECEIVED! A LIMITED QUANTITY OF DREMEL ENGRAVING SETS Powerful Electric Motor. Handy, small and light. Complete with 22 different tools. -Packed in hand- seme wood box. Used for engraving, carving, sawing, drilling, grinding- and polishing. , Complete . Fluor mndcl tilting arbor saw, less motor and switc.b, oxtension fables, guard and splitter $S!I. Tllli MFCHTIEST BIIT.E OF T.ILIO DJRILL FIJiLD SKILSAW ELEC. DRILL E/LECTRIC MOTORS : .Just received—a limited quantity •'of famous make -Brand >"<nv — ^ ONE'HORSE rOWEB'MOTORS; •'• Other .slies 'nv:\llabl(«"-oii!' special; orders—EOW PRICES. " MACHINE TOOL DIVISION! MILL SUPPLIES — POWER TOOLS — PRECISION TOOLS IN STOCK Steel Storage Cabinets Steel Work Benches Abrasives - Belts Stones, Etc. Electric Motors . Key Type Drill Chucks Reamers—Taps & Dies High Speed"DrUls" Precision Tools Small Parts Washing Machines Machine Coolant Pumps Shallow Well Water Pumps Bolts - Cap Screws Hardware Wrenches, Pliers, Screw-drivers Planes-Saws-Hammers Band & Table Saw Blades ELECTRIC GRINDERS The l-IXCOLIV STOKK h.-i.s survvd Waterliury and the N": 1 Valley faithfully for over !) years. It has IXTO.IL our x<cu> policy In represent only tho mnst reliable nmniifactnrors of naMiinally .•ulvort.iM-d merchandise of proven and jjii:ir!>nt<?<Ml quality. Wo are i:spi.-cially proud and pleased to have served sij many thousands if satisfied customers and to number aiming our clit-nts almost; :very largo manufacturing plant in tho area in which w<; serve! TII companies wilh war production problems, we suggest:. IMiono the l.iu<;iiln Sloix- for the httcst information on how our machines arc helping others (o .speed production, lovvcr costs and keep maintenance worries iit a inintmum. Just Phone 3-5030 or 3-1011 a.nd Ask For "Jimmie" Andrews! at big saving-: 1-3 H. )\ heavy « Two cood quality with on and off switch. Rrrlnder. 7% INCH BLADE S K IL S AW Cuts 2 : ,'> Inclion Deep In Wood i Model' 1 "77": ' SKILSAW Zephyrplane ; 8 INCH BELT SANDER Model ,"Z1>"

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