Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on July 26, 1944 · Page 5
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 5

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, July 26, 1944
Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1944 NAUGAIUCK !"'"&.. b\i NEWS Espotahs with MURPHY'S YARD GOODS 25c - 6!)c yd Mnko longer • wo*r- mg, boftor - (cjolnng cl o f h o * from thi» bright rtiiortmant of prtHornl, colors «nd G.C. MURPHY Co. CHURCH ST. k, Conn. **•**•+++**+<'> « LEISURELY SHOPPING; Mirrors . , . Artificial Flowers » , . . Paintings . , , Statuettes . . . J Sjain Clans . . Pictures and* picture framing « CLYNE GLASS SHOP : I 21) Harrison Avo. Wntcrbiiry CLEARANCE SALE Out*, Suits and Drr.sMCM Greatly Reduced Wounded Signal Corps Soldier Has 3 Brothers In Service SKL John Mondlch. son of Mi ant! Mrs. 'Michael Mondlch of 15 1 .Rubber avenue, who wi* rcportct to be slightly wounded in action in I'Vance, is assigned to a Hip unit. .He lins been in the army foi Over two yearn. He has three brothers also serv ing in the armed forces: Sgt. Mi chaol. stationed in Greenland. Corp Charles, in New Guinea, and Seaman Goorgc, who is in Hawaii. How badly he .had been woundec was not learned from the notification his parents received .from the War department. He is recuperating at the present in a hospital in England. v In yesterday's News it was stated that he was in tho Air Corps, a fact whi'ch was later learned to be false. He is one of four ajid not fivo brothers, aa stated in yesterday's issue. Infant Laid To Rest In Woodbury Cemetery Funeral services were held today for Bruce Leslie Cooper, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Mabel Sears Cooper, of 11 Gorman street, at the graveside in New North cemetery in Woodbury. The infant died at Watcrbury hospital Monday evening. Funeral arrangements were in charge of Munson's of Woodbury. Grade r-rossinj: accidents cause monthly average of 702 freight trains delayed '160 hours, and '135 •xissenger trains delayed for about 200 hours. BUY WAR HONDS AND STAMPS Valley Fish Market 8 SOUTH MAIN STREET FULL LINE OF SEA FOOD IN SEASON NORTHERN FISH ROLL SOMKTIIINfi NK\V — ALL rHKI/AUKD — JUST HEAT IT AND KAT IT — 'J'ltV IT, YOU'LL MKK IT: J'-ISII C.AKKS arid FKIKW KILKTiS, MAHK FKKSII ON I'HK.MISKS Live Lobsters ib. Moving Up On St. Lo Outskirt? ;;( Cnrc/nlly covered By a buddy In the foreground, a number of American Infantrymen run forward on the double on the outwklrtH of St. Lo, France'. Ever-present Na/.i snipers hidden In shell-torn house* make necettsury coii.stnnt cover for advancing troops. (International) Compensation Claim Of Mother- in-law Allowed Hartford, July 26—(UP)— A state' Supremo court decision holds that in the proper place,"'a mothci-in- a\v can be considered a member of ho family and a dependent en- itled to benefits under 'workmen's lompensation for the death of her on-in-lau-. The decision was handed- down n ihe case of Mrs. Lula'Goshorn gainst the Roger Sherman-Trans- or company and awards Mrs. Gosorn $24 a week for three hundred nd twelve weeks. The court found Mrs, Goshorn had . lived with her son-in-law, Ralph M..Sceley! from the time of his marriage in 1020. and that she had occupied a place appropriate to that of his own mother, had brought up his child, and had become dependent upon him for support. Scelcy was fatally injured in an accident lasf October. Conn. Republicans Elect Delegates To Convention Four Violent Deaths Reported Boston. July 26—(UP) —-Four violent, deaths arc reported in Massachusetts. Maine and New Hampshire. Seventy-one-year-old John M. Felkor ot Slrafford.' N. H., wa« killed when his fi-ightencd ^vorses trampled over his body. William J. Alakonis— 30 yoiirs old of Walpolc — diod when a Now H;ivrrr. i"Lilroad train ran over him. Two-year-old Jnne Marie Amlcr- son oC East Dedham WHJJ clcctro- cutoil in her home when she "Hartford, July 26—(.UP)—Results of Republican caucuses hold in., the majority of Connecticut towns ,;last night indicate there.will be little or no opposition to rcnomlnation of incumbent state officers atHhe party's state convention August 7th and Sth, - .••.•!•, The caucuses. cHo^c .delegates to" the state and congressional con- .. ..• 'Only at Ridgcfie'd was tlicre-a demonstration a-gajmsl any Iniium- bc.r.t office-.holder. A 'resolution opposing the Denomination of United States Senator John A. Danahcr wri 1 . 1 ; dcfctited on a voice vote. .''.'. Govornor Raymon'd E/ Baldwin was elected a delegate to" trie" ioo'n- vention from his 'home' town'- of Stratford. '' • •' ' ••' *|-;' The congressional district 'conventions • • will 'be held 'August^Oth. Representative William '.J. 'Miller of VVetheivficld has'aiVnounccci he will 'suck ren'omination from 'i.thc First d is.t riot.'' ' >.••' • ... • ^ "• Lnuchcd exposed wires of.a broken plug. • . :.'.•:", -.-". And tho ]5-year-old son ofjfor- mer flywoifflit boxer Tommy "Lc- micux—drowned in the Saco rivnr, M-ainc. when he fell from logs.. He was Henry JJemicux, Jr. i 3GCTH FIRE VICTIM Hartford, July 26—(UP)—Another. dcu!.h II;LS resulted from the Hartford circus fire of July '-6th, rnising tho toll to 1GG. ; Ada Hindle. age G 1 !. of Norwich, .disd.-to- dny at Municipal hospital, She is (he third fii'e victim to die this week. ' • '-^ •_"•• Have a Coca-Cola = Viva! (YEAH MAN!) ...or being the good neighbor in Brazil Your American's good-natured invitation Have a "Coke" is a good-neighbor policy in three short words. It'marks that br.nd of friendliness which our fighting men carry with them everywhere among our Allies. In many lands from Alaska to South Africa, Coca-Cola is spreading the custom of the pause that «/r«A«,-that refreshing moment devoted to just being friendly. Enjoy it at home, too, with frosty Coca-Cola from your own refrigerator. »OTTLID UNDIII AUTMOHIIY or IHI COCA-COIA COMPANY it COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF WATERBURY •It's natural for popular dimes. -•. [ to acquire friendly abbreviations. That's why you hear •Coca-Cola called "Coke"; o C-C Co.. 1 '' <''• t- •'• * s -'--)'i it"''*." 1 ' / 4 .... i: ., •V.'Yf.O^J.jN; / I Wqrid War July 26, 1943 'in Sicily! ; .Amejrlcah- forcea smash Eftjia lirie^/'ifianadlan'':' tVoops 'meet better opjjo»' the center of thp- Catania'frqh't.'• ' . Flying Fortrespes. Btrlkp at Hamburg, Hanoyor.-WilheTniBhaven and Wescrmuonde.-• ;-'••/. •VAllled ground..forces- make a general advancn/in'; front olt Japanese bisc at Muniia jri^Jthe Solomons. In Russia, .the Red Army, cuts the vital BryanskrOrel railway. Marshal;- Pictrp ;;Biidpgllp , forms new cabinj9t'v'ln' ; ^taljt';/. proclaims martial-laW.'-'' l ''^''J i S r .''. i '.'4 " "•'•"' i 1 . In Algiers,'. the' French Committee of NatlonaKIJibcration'sayB that France 'iriusj^'.be. represented .in any settlemcnl'-with 'Italy. • •.' Water Supjply In Boro Reported Good 'Z^augatuck's w a t e r supply [a good, William R. Moody, president ofMho Naugatuck Water Co., said this morning. The borough hate been experiencing a' rather dry period this month, although showers h<ive been occurring. ;Mr. Moody' .stated .that only a hjavy rainfall is.airiaJd to the wa- t<r supply, crops, and pasture lands. There have been no heavy rains this mon^th,/only-showers. ' 'Eocal 'reservoirs arc down a bit at'the present,: but the winter and spring rainfalls'-^were- heavy enough to.'bulld up : a good .supply. |Mr. Moody estimates that the erection of fliusM boards on the Young Inventor Inventor of a new secret process,• reported to be im|>nrtiint to the war. effort, is four-iind-u-hiilf year old Frederick AndniK Gmi- tesen of New York. The IMI.V'N father, Alf .O.: Gaiitcsen, n.marine engineer and niivlRiiU»r, wn» killed In iiir., unto accident two years uco. (International) Long Hill reservoir saved the borough about .100,000,000 gallons or •water since they were built. spring. The use of the Cahdce I-CK- ervoir saved a.n added- 50 million gallons, he said. In spite of the fact that the local water situation is ITO a" good state, 1 borouph residents, s-hould not waste water, Mr. Moody concluded. The optic nerve contains more Ihnrr'a million nerve'fibers. OFFICE OF TRICK A DMINISTKATIO JT Department of Informal Inn Ration Timetable Week of July 23 to 29 . MEATS AND-FATS GOOD INDEFINITELY — Red • Stamps A8 through Z8 in Book IjToui- worth 10 points each. Red tokens, worth one point each, used .I.H change. Householders arc re- mi ridcd that re'd stamps now bc- conic vadid every four weeks instead of every two.weeks. Thus the number of points is reduced to 10 for every two weeks instead of 30. ' PROCESSED FOODS GOOD INDEFINITELY —Blue Stamps A8 through Xx and Blue Stamp A!3 of the second strip in Book Four, worth 10 points each. Blue tokens worth one point each, used as change. S17GAR GOOD INDEFINITELY—SURJU- Stamps 30 and 32 in Book Four, each good for live pounds. Sujjar Stamp 10 in Book Four, good for five pounds fr home canninfr- l.hrugh Feb. 28, 1945. Consumers may -be' granted up to 20 pounds per person tor home canning by making iipplication on form R-322 at local OPA'Boards. New England OPA Boards Have set" up two periods for such allotments; 3sf period, June 1 through July 31; 2nd period, August 1 through October 31. SHOES GOOD INDEFINITELY — Airplane Stamps No. 1 and No. 2, in War Book Three good for one pair of shoes each. GASOLINE AUGUST 8—Last day for A10 coupons good for three gallons. B3, B-l, C3 ar.d OJ coupons good for five gallons each. ; ^Siiik ; Raudts Dish Drainers Clothes Pins' Iron. Cords NAUGATUCK HARDWARE NKAKY nUII.IHNG Tel. 5212 Cash Waiting FOR;Ybuit'.'' USED ; MACHINERY Table Sa\™, .Jointer*. Band Sawn, Mr-liil, Lathe*, Motors, and KlnctrlcaJ Appliance* Phone 3-5030 WATEBBDRY Auk for MR. ANDREWS Prompt, Expert WATCH * .JEWELRY REPAIRING William Schpero • Jeweler 180 CIICBCII ST. — 1 FIlRht Up — Our Custom-Made Slip- 1 will transform your living-room :or very, very little "i When you see what our slip covers will do for your living- room, the fine fitting and ' ?.*/.-quality- of expert workmanship — the handsome, colorful, colcrfast materials — ahd • then what they cost, you'll realize that the price is very, very little. ' Dp you-rprefer a stripe, a big floral, a small; 5 floral, a garden bouquet, a neat alt over pat-; tern?—No matter what it is, we have it for. •;. your selection in our new downstairs slip cover department. You'll find tones and patterns that match or you can mix them so they will te perfectly ensembled.' TO COVER A THREE-PIECE SET '67.35 '83.75 95.60 SHOP IN COMFORT IN THE 1 'AIR CONDITIONED'' CURTAIN SHOP Ill BANK STREET

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