Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on July 27, 1944 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, July 27, 1944
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THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1944 NAUaATUCK DAILY NEWS, jWomen's Activities—Personal &. Social Nancy Norton Advances To Semi-Finals • .Mi.'." N:I:M',V Norton, chuifihU'r Cliff Htri'et. advanced to the semi- r,n:ils in Hi' 1 I-''!«« Placid, -N'. V.. In- vltatH' 1 ' trnni;: Uutrnarni'itt ye-'tL:r- ( |.jy by dot'eiitiHK Mis« Hi-leu. Key- nouls nf Si'.'irsdalt:. N. Y., G-l, G-.1, Mrs, F. Mahaffey Has Several Guests • Mi'. .'i'" ! ^ !r - J . Chan™ Larson ,i:ul chililivn. ulso Mclvin l''ry, Gracs.- Hall and Joseph Hall of Montourji- vl |]i.., 1'a.. 11 :v vi-.itiim' at 'tiio horn;of Mrs. Krrii Maliafa-y or Hill Harold Soy, Jr., Pneumonia Patient In Greenville Aviation Called Harold W. Koy, Jr., you nf Mr. and Miv. Harold \v! itoy ol' LTiT Wooytur street. i.s a piiotimi)ni:i patient -at the post hospital. Oronns-illi', Mis.;. Ho is re-, covorinw .satl.sfautoriiy. Former Resident Hospital Patient Mrs. .ITni'okl XV'oocIIn 1'iirmerly .of N'aui of Wood- atuck. is a at tho "vVntorbiu-y hospital i-L'CL'ntly uiulL-rwcul an Hillside Church Mem hers A ttend Conference Members of the Hillside Congi'e g-ational church attending the 2-ith annual conference being held this weuk in Cromwell are: Rev. Paul VV. Peterson and Mrs. Peterson, Harriet Anderson, Elonnor Jon«ell, June Dahliri and Donuld Swanson. ... Misses Vcrmi Anderson and Avis Anderson will be present during the week-end. ''Air Fighter's Version: Of Hula Vacationing- At Hitchcock Lake Mrs. Jchn Ostroski Reported Improving- Mrs. John Os, \v;is rc|i(irti'd : isiiprovin^ at Mi'.-i. O^ti'uskl, ;>:iiic!:l. ha.- boon i;j the wvc!;. Mi.*sr.s Ciinhik! Fred in.;; ;uul I-il- lian Plus.-, employe's of the N;uiinuucl: Chemiciil Co. ulTicu, uru v.-uMtiomnjr at Mitchrock Lake. I'.L'V \V.\U 1IONDS AND STAMVS Elaine Lundin Visiting Aunt i I :.•>•.•! IZinino Luii'lin of Wood lawn .•u'pniio is spcncliu;: several weeks witii hor aunt. Mrs. Eskil Bjerlt- Huid or Now Haven. • . Edward Verbisky Arrives In England Mrs, Walter Puwlowlcz of 7 Crown street, Union City, has received word from hcv brother, Pvt. Edward Verbisky, U. S. Army, that he has arrived safely in England. Surplus Planes Awaiting Buyers Washington, July 27—(UP)—Th job oC g-etUnp rkl of .surplus -Arm und navy aircraft i's already un dor way. The Reconstruction, Finance Cor porntlon hits for sale . more than SGO.000,000 worth of damaged o outmoded planes— including train oi's, cur^o carriers, 1 .transpprta bomber* and gliders. ''."', However, tile '.pianos, wliich arc oo'small for regular air line'trav- el'—will not I'cliovo the pressure on commercial aviation, companies Elds will be used to sell the smaller craft, while the larf planes will bo purohfiEvMl through nofi-otialions or at. a coiling price yei to be named, . More than. 5,0<30 aii'craft arc low waRini? Cor buyers. Smart Jumper I \V.\TKttHUUY 1 So. Main St. 45 W. Main St. XAVOATUCK 156 Church St. 21 MAIN ST. ETIQ'UET DEODORANT fC J G 'INGIVITIS •with. GIVES DRY, BRITTLE | HAIR Mrs. Donald Patterson And Son In Borough Mrs. Donald Patterson and son, Earl, of Dei, Iowa, are vMUutr Mrs. Pattersons' mother, .Mrs. Michael Scully of 159 Highland avenue. Will Visit Son At Post Hospital Harold W. Koy, Sr., and daughter, Patricia Ann, oi' Woostor street, have left for Greenville, Miss., whi.-i'u they will visit 1-Jur- okl W. Roy. Jr. Troop 6, Boy Scouts, . Meets Friday Troop No. C, Boy Scouts, of the Hillside Congregational church will meet Friday evening at 7:1D o'clock. Mr.-Mrs. G. Leg-auJt At Sunrnuer Home WILDROOT BCOMPiFXViTAMIH Tablets • CONTAINS LAXCIIH oirao^s rwf HAIR BSLIGVES ORYNESS LOOSE NOW FULL ; MONTH'S SUPPiy . Economy Box BECUIW, JOHIOft ' 50c WOODEURY orv CLEANSING CREAM ,55/C Sl.OO JEHCEN'S LCTION 79c GILLETTE LATHER Shave Cream 50c Tube . Mr. and Mrs. Georjre Loyault of .N'aujrnluck arc spending; a vacation at thuir home in Mystic. Lieut. Robert Carter Visiting- Parents Lieut. Rnbcr-t Carter, flight engineer, K-'2i', of Salina, Kansas, is SiicnciiiiK a fiirloutfn with his |)ar- enls, Mr. and Mrs. Harry I.,. Cartor of Cliff street. Son Bern To Mr.-Mrs. D. Kirby A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kirby of Dunn avenue, July 2-1, in thu Waterbury hospital. Son Bern To Mr.-Mrs. Thomas Doyle son was horn Wednesday morn- in.:,'. July 2fl, to Mi', and Mrs. Thomas Doyle of 372 K-ubbi.T avenue iji the WaU'i'bury hospital. Before an ainiiscil audience of fellow officers mid men at n Nuvy (»VL''iiH IWIHC in the Pacific, fi«:lit«r pilot It. Joseph C. (Hoot) .Gll>- ston,. Nashvlllo, Tcnn., Rives his version of.a hulii dunce. lfi> IN u' inuiiibur of the Air Group 2-1' si]uadron. C. S, Nuvy photo. (Intcr- .••,„• • . •. tional) ...... Russians Setting Stage For Drive (Continued from Pane i) mittee of Nat;o:ial Liberation, Uic Reel army will control aJl areas within the /.one of military opera- 1 lions. The committee will takeover as soon its those operations arc completed. Local Man Gets Compensation Award <\s R.u.rsln. Announced the afrrec- mcnt, .a British News Service said j Poland's Premier Milcolajozylt Jins left fo." Moscow,, prosu.'jiabJy to discuss the differences, between his K'ovcVnmcnL-in-exile H.P.C! Moscow. He was accompanied by Foreign Affai'rs Minister Romor. against X HELD ]JV POLICE Hartford. July' 27—(UP)—A Wa- tortown. Mass.. youth is buinff held for Boston police who arc sakl to want; him on a charge of illegally wearing a Navy uniform. Kightcon- ycar-oUl .1'osoph .T. Moriarty—ai'- Compensation agreements affect- iJi^T two 3ocal concerns were approved by Commissioner John J. O'Conr.cll yesterday. The two men were injured in local plants. Daniel Frascclla of Watcrbury, the U. S. Rubber Co. of ck, was piven supplementary pjiy-ments of .$26 weekly from June 2G to J*uly 31, for throat irritation. Charles Kcrbelis, Naugatuclt, against the NauK-ituck Chemical division of U. S. Rubber Co., was awarded S2.I.5-1 beginning July 6 for a Je^r fracture. Judge Orders Bench Warrant: For Labor Leader -•Minneapolis, Minn., July 27 — (U P)—James Pctrolli—musiici; union' 1 president — will toe greeted wjth a warrant when and Jf he sets toot in Minneapolis. District Judffc Bardwoll • ordered a bench warrant citing.Pctrillo for contempt of court in ordering a strike- at radio station; KSTP. The labor leader sent telejframs to 16 m usicians ordering thcnn to quit work yesterday. Judge Bard~ well'waid' the move violated the court's order restraining musicians trom striking at the station. . As Pctrillo's 'headquarter?! arc in Chicago, the .warrant will,be held until he pays'.a visit, to the Minneapolis area. Meanwhile the regional.War Labor board says it will not reveal a panel decision on the radio dispute until the strike ends. The / union demands ijuarantocd steady employment for 13 staff members on KSTP. Pctrillo says -he called the present walk-out because the radio station allegedly violated an earlier War tabor' Board directive. the South Pacific action Including ,thc, Bougainville mndGrocn iilnnfl engagements, he met' Sgt. Gcorg* Baylls of North: Hbadlcy utrcc'f. .Lt. Moody l» the son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Moody, of Rockwell avenue. .He i» a former Yal« university football; player. ^'-; Do FALSE Rock, Slide or Slip? PASTEETH, an, Improved powder to be sprinkled on upper,or lower platen, holds false tcclh more firmly in place. Do not. »lld«, slip or rock. No gummy, .gooey, ^asty .taste,or feeling-. FASTEETJI g alkaline (non-acid). DOCK not sour'. Checks "plate odor" (denture breath". Get FASTEETH" at any drug- store. ' • CLEARANCE BALE Ctrnte,. Suite mnd Dn>Me»..> ^ RMlucod Li. Moody Believed To Be In Guam Battle Lt. William Moody, Jr., accord- p to reports is believed to be tak- ng part in the invasion of Guam, Ho has. been in the U. S. Marine's ince July 1942, and overseas for bout a year. While participating: in much of GREAT OAK FARM O.VI'-OKI) , ROAM Tel:- 6W8 MILK — EGGS Delivery To All P»'rt»'Of" . FREE!! plannlnjr Your Future' write, call or phone <-BlTZ~; ; cOttKGK W CENTBAX AVENUE rested by tdc FBI—reportedly has aclmitiod t,ho charge, vayinj; he ol3- t.'t-inocl free lodgings or rooi\s At servicemen's rales at USO stations or Y.MCA's at Worcester and Sprinjrficld, Muss. DID YOU WRITE TODAY? A LETTER MEANS SO MUCH WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF DON'T DELAY WRITE TODAY STATIONERY AIR-MAIL V-MfAIL PLAIN and NOVELTY PAPERS FOUNTAIN PENS — INKS Vour Stationery Store ^ ART AND 3 STATIONERY Tltt CARD AND. 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Now York ! 10, X. Y. All-sj'/ilhotic tires produced by industry in the war emergency were found to bo hi- g;ood> condi-' lion after an IS.OOO-mile t»st Thousands Hclji Ads. arc reading Rectal Soreness Gof Relief Now Easy Way — Sit In Comfort rrolnrmon KecUl it n nukk. opcna reliever ot itchfntf, pninful rcctnl aorcnctl -wymptomn %vhich mny nbo nccornpnny allo.i and hcmorrhoii!3. Brinpi soothlni (cn!»o of comfort upon comncc, forma pro. iiTtini: film over «ore nrcn, .holp.i dcatrojr infectious Bcrmil. aid Nr.luro hen! up r»vf, .•>r<il<cn tia.iufn. No oil — no cl'caaa to stnln :l6thlnk-. Sold on money buck guarantee. 3i't thla moilorn relief today . . . »aK 101 PROLARMON RECTAL LUX °r LIFEBUOY SOAP 'okc 7c J'ATTERX No. R182« The background of thi',3 colorful bath mat set, is ready-quitted padding, a:ul the appliques are cut from cotton scraps. It's all quite easy. Pattern envelope contains hot- iron transfers .for one bath mat and seat cover; color chart, stitch illustrations and full directions. Otir GO-puge multicolored 'book of Ncocllo Arts containing five free patterns, and many other suggestions for dressing up your home and yourself is row available. Send your request for this book to t'lie address lifted below, enclosing -twenty cent's (20c.) in coins to cover the cost and mailing charges. Send .11 cents (coin) for Pattern No. K1S2C to Nuusntuck !Da.ily News, Necdlcj Arts Dept., P. O. Box 172, Station D, New Y.ork.3, N. Y. Plnasc include your poistal zone number. % and % Inch OOOI) QUALITY GARDEN HOSE Lawn Sprinklers and Nozzles-. NAUGATUCK HARDWARE 3VKAKY BUILDING Tel: 5212 BREEN'S SPORT SHOP MIDSUMMER .• The .automotive industiy 'has produced more than S-l billion worth .of airplanes, oii'gines, and aero equipment in thi'es .years. YOLTi EYEGCASS1SS SHOP G. H. Tonilinson Ncury Huildlnp Naujrutuck, Conn. STOKE CLOSED ALL DA.Y EACH MONDAY ' JULY AND AUGUST GIFTS FOR WKDB1JVGS. SHOVViillS, . 'Etc, STRJSIITS CENTER ST. DIAL S-Z702 J NEARY BUILDING CLEARANCE ONE GROUP MEN'S SUITS Sale Reg. $45.00 Reg. $39.50 Reg. $35.00 Sale Sale ONE LOT OF WEATHERPROOF JACKETS L . Reg. $6.95 SALE $495 ONE LOT OF SWEATERS Reg: $2.95. to-$3.95 SALE $1.95 _; ONE L OT OP HOSE "••;- Reg..40c ; : SALE 5 for $1.00 SPORT COATS •• .Reg, $28.50 SALE $19.50 Rieg:. $25.00 SALE $18.50 Reg. $19150 - $22.50 SALE $16.50 N Reg-. $14.95.- $16.50 SALE $10.00 SPORT SHOP NAUGATUGK, CONN.

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