Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on August 1, 1944 · Page 3
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Tuesday, August 1, 1944
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1944 NAU0ATUOK DAILY NEWS Thr»r Personal—Social —. Fraternal Mr.-Mrs. Harper Tendered Party On Anniversary Mr. :in f l A'rv<. Stephen Hoi'por of Cliff str(H't wore honored Saturday nltfht nt ti siurpi'iso amiiveraary jwu'ty. They received many beautiful ;.'ifts. A delicious lunch was, scrvt'il hy their daughters, Miss Mnbel Harper tincl Jliv*. Perujjini. Aiiu'"^ I Host' present wore: Airs, lii'CL'Ki Durette. Mr. and -Mrs. Alfred 5iii'lK> of Oukvillc. Mr. and 11 rs. Frank Altlerl. Mr. ar.d Mrs. kM ward Puivtie of Beacon Falls, J[r. and Mrs. Irving Dwy, Mr. and Mrs. U'illUun I'Vltaum, Miss 'Iva biuviU', Froddiu Ditrette, William FVItman. Jr.. Miss Lcuiso Wooster of Ht'ucon Valluy, Miss Louise Matthews nf Ohio. Mil's Dorothy Kink U? Ohio, Miss [ .Harper. Uob- crt William i -Carper, ami .Robert IVnixir.i. H'.'amisim. The event marked thy an- niviTs^ii-y of the marda.Lre of Mr. niul Mi's.- Harper. Mr.-Mrs. R. Tuckey Attended Ball Game Mr. a.'id Mrs. J:ichard Tucki'y of Clar-ki Hill nmd. Prospect, I'ormer- ly ii.' I'ninn Cily, \\s\vf. 'ri'liirni-U fru/ii a visit ill New York. They iilti-mli'i! Ih.i' Curds-Dodtfers j.;nme For Trousseaux Spent Week-End In Forest Hills, L. I. Mr. and Mi's, William Brer.nan nnil diuiKhtt-r, Anne Un-nnnn, of r-iridf.'! 1 strr-ct have rPtiinipd f-.'om a wu'k-i'Mil visit with Mr. and Mrs. Andrew IJrcnnan of l-'oresc Hills, I.. I. Attended' Anniversary Celebration Recently Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Thurston am! Miss Blanche TlnirsUm oC Hnuir.stPitd nvi'niii; attcndc'd the Ifilh wi-ddim,' annivorMnry or Mr. nml Mrs. 1'ctfr Murtonson in \Veth- rrsiU-hl last Saturday. Outing Enjoyed By Employes Of Leivis Eng. Co. Sixty employes of the Lewis En neei'inf,' company hekl an outint at Lake Quassiipaug Saturday July 20. • , A hot. doff roast was enjoyed nnc many took part in races, rellei skating, swimming and .boating 1 . The committee that arranged the event consisted of' Mary Stakum chairman; Dorothy Callalian, Arthur Stronk, Gina. Giahcavll,' Peter De Bcnettlo and Rae Ruccio. • The chcCs were Joseph Do Carlo and Joseph R'usato. Silver Tea By Ladies' Aid August 10th A'Silver Tea under the auspices | of the Ladies' Aid of the Sulcm Lutheran church will be held Thursday, August 10, at 2:30 p. m. in the church hull. The committee of arrangements includes Mrs. Victor Olson, Mrs. Jennie Anderson, Mrs, Oscar Carlson, Mrs. Carl Thompson, M'r.i. Victor Rolls, Mrs. Andrew Anderson and Afrs. Alex Lundin. • t.'n's demure nightgown with ruf- slpoves and the .high- cap : PC! fl.-Lttorl.nsr sleeved jacket Uecl n : b necklinbc. • First Birthday Of Linda Lou Brodeur Is Celebrated A party in honor of the first birthday of Linda Lou, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brodeur of Ncw H;u ' on ''O-itl was held Monday For All Occasions BOROUGH DAI LY DIARY JULY 1944 * ..U T. W T F ft 2 3 El * 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Ii M IS 16 17 18 19 20 21 » 2> 24 25 24 27 2» 29 JO 31 — -."_ — _ O '—± —:—: | Coming Events ' TONIGHT R2/25 PATTERN No. J12J2S Depending; on the occasion, you an team up thi-s tricky 'one-piece at with either the smart match- envelope shoulder bax. or the big sporty Mrs.-Mrs. E. Duffy Exepected Home Today Mr .and Edward Duffy, Sr.. of p'airvicwav;.'ntii;. who Imvr hoen spending a vacation In Canada, are homi' today. They were it in i.'o-stol satins, in white dotted Swiss or in delicately flowered rayon ci'cpes. Barbara Bell Pattern No. 1003 is de:iit,"ncd for elites 11, 13. 15, 17, and 19. Si/,e 13, {{own, requires 3 1-2 y.irds of 39-inch matorkii: jacket 2 yards; •! 1-2 yards lace ruf- Good new* for all home d'res's- makers; the now Spring' A.EC Pattern Book is ready! Send for ;i copy today, it. costs only 10 cents. You ni/iy order a copy with a 15 cent patten; to:- 20 cents, plus 1 cent postage. Fur this attractive pattern send 15 cents, plus 1 cant for postaffc, in coins with your name, address, pattern number and size wanted to 'Barbara Bel'., Xaugatuck Doily News. Post Office Box 09, Station m.'irri.Tl 2.'years Salurdjiy, Jnly29. C. New York 19. N. Y. When a Bride chooses for Life . . . E'£ss^rr MWIMIOIIM. STERUN6 afternoon on the lawn of her home. Many lovely gifts were presented to Linda by the following who at- lendod : Lois Ronvinanousky, Pocl Durette. Arthur, Kcg:na and Rose- niario Bi'esolnak, Russell, Carol a:ul Judy Dwy, Irving Dwy, Frederick Bivclsall, Gerald and Floyd Wooster, Thelma Valentine, Ro'b- crt and Irene Buir, Rvith Durette, Mrs. IN'elson Holcomb Mrs. W. VV. Birdsall, Mrs. Joseph Durette, Mrs. Robert 13air, Atrs. Charles Messner, Mrs, Carl Brecelnak, Mrs. Frank Romanousky. Mrs. E. Valentino Alr.s. Floyd Wooster, Mrs Jrvlng Dwy and Mrs. Bi'odeur. Pattern envelope contains com• plete easy-to-read and easy-to-follow directions for hat and bag. Our GO-page multicolored book of Needle Arts containing five free patterns, and many other suggestions 1'or drcssjnpr up'your'home and yourself is. now available. Send your request for this book u> 'the address listed below, enclosing twenty uents -CiOc-:) in coins to cover t'he cost and mailing- charges. Send.11 cents (coin) for Pattern No. R2125 to Naugutuck Daily News. Needle Art Dept., P. O. Box 172. Station D, Mow York 3, N. Y. Pleaso include your postal none number. • .Young Foopli;'* Society. Im- mivuiicl Lutheran church mcctH ut 7:30. oOo— 1VEDNKSUAY Concert by Nuugutuck Community Bund ut 8:15 p. 'in. In Union City. . f* Weather Report 1 O : . ; O MassachuseUs,' Connecticut -'and Rhode lalund—Considerable hlgrh cloudiness with no important temperature changes tonight and tomorrow. ' ; Eustpor.t to Block Island — No small craft or storm warnings. Here is the Naw Eng-land weather forecast: The temperature; .in New England for the next four days will averajL,'!!. two to four degrees above normal, whic-h for Boston is 71! degrees. Warm weather tomorrow and Thursday will turn somewhat cooler on. Friday and Saturday. Rainfall will tonal between 1-2 and 3-1 of an inch and will occur as Rep. Clare Booth Luce Say? She Will Seek Re-election • Hartford, Aug. 1—(UP)— Thcr are two new developments amonj, Republicans as the state nominal ing convention draws .near. Representative Clare Eodlh Luc of Greeriwhrh has announced; ehi. will seek, ra-clcction: And Harold E. Mitchell of Wes' Hartford, speaker of the state house of representatives, Kays he la ''definitely a candidate" for the chairmanship of. tihc Republican state central committee. Mra, Luce's announcement that 'I shall certainly run and' win,' ends; speculation that she mJsht withdraw in vJew of,the resignar ion of State Chairman J. Kenneth Bradley. Bradley, who also is- national committeeman, rc-sigrricd effective A.ujirust 8th and Intimated .-Jie w 'orced to quit by Governor Raymond E, Baldwin. Mitchelll's sup- >orter«' claim he has mor.-i than iO of the 75 votes on the state ccn- ral committee. • , Meanwhile, Democrats—who open heir nominating 'convention Pri-' lay night — alteo arc -having diffi- ulties. Factions supporting former Gov- rnor Robert A. Hurley and At- orncy Leo V..Gaffney of NcwBrit- in for the governorship both laim a majority of convention elog-ates. Candidates for nomination as J-nltcd States senator include foi-- ner assistant United States Attor- cy General Ericn McMahon of Corwalk, former Hartford Mayor homasi J. Spellacy and former ccretaiy of Stale Mrs. Chase Go- Woodhousc. FUNERAL TOMORROW Tramp! Staging ii hoho act somewhere in Normandy with props picked up among the ruins is Cpl. Nick I'enardo of Warwick, K. I., Wearing ':i non-rcgiilulfon d«;rh,v, ilic corporal wlilps up a pot of JHul- ligun steWK'over a stove.- (DUcr- ' national) Conference On lish Questions Will Be Held showers and thundei-showers late i gomcrvillc. Mass Auff 1—(UP) 'I % V\ ,, t.^rl ,n. rt „ T? 1 ,-;^!,,,, . ' "" Thursday, or Friday. Rev. R. W. Baxter In Charge Of Services At St. Michael's Rev. Arthur F. Lewis, rector o St. Michael's Episcopal church, and Mrs. Lewis start thoir vacation today in Jaffrey. N. H. • Rev. Richard W. Baxter of Mkl- dlcbury will bo in chni%'o of services at the church during this month. He may be reached by calling Watorburv 5-OSC'l. New Haven Residents Visit .Relatives Here Mrs. Samuel Hewitt, and Mrs, Eleanor Flanagan and her son, John, of New Haver, visited Miss Mny Erennan and Mrs. Stephen | Sitar of Church street yesterday.; 1 Pfc, Ray.Kralis Received Wings As Paratrooper Temperature Report Pfc. Ray Krnlis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stratton Krali.s of ,197 Hlsh street, ,rccci\ - od his jxiratroop winj^s at Fc-^'t Benninfr, Ga., July 22, it has been announced. He expects to spend a furlough with, his parents nn completion of his. three weeks' course ut a communication school ni Fort Benninfr, Capt. Gordon Tynan Visited In Borough Captain Gordon Tynan has re- turr.ccl to Fort Sill, Okla., after visitinp with Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Tynan of Central avenue. That Rod Hermans is quite the boy. The first stop on his itinerary wus Montreal. He said it was just to see what the weather was like in different parts of. the continent but I know Red Hermans better than that. If the weather in Canada is anything like today, I pity the ians. Plenty of humidity, plenty of heat and plenty of clouds to ob sen re the sun, is my idea of. oh well; you, too, have an imagination Yesterday the temperature \va jumping up and down all after noon with the thermometer reach ;n£- 97 at 2:40 p. m. But during the nijrht it was quite steady. Here's the report: .Midnight 75 0 a. in SS 9 a, m ' 80 10 a. m 85 11 a. m 89 and it's still climbinp. On the serious side, it is claimed that the ' unequalcd electrical storms we have had this summer are due to sunsfllots which return every 23 years and 8 months. Food for thought. Be secin 'ya. —Funoral service.5 for .the former (ifit'sona.1 secretary to President Roosevelt will be hold tomorrow. Miss Marguerite Lc Hand, 40 years old. will be buried at Mt. Aubum cemetery i-n,Cambridge. Mr.?. Roosevelt will attend the services which will be held at St. John's Cailiolic church in North Cambridge. Miss Lc Hand died yesterday. WAR BONDS AKD STAMPS Moscow, Aug. 1—(UP)— entatives of London's Polish prov- nment-in-exilc' have arrived in Moscow for a conference with Premier Josef Stalin on Russo-Polish relations. The three men representing Poland are Premier Stanislaw Miko- lojczyK, Foreign Minister Romer, and Dr. Stanislaw Grabski, who is speaker of Hie Polish national assembly. It is believed the conference may result in transferring the scat of the Polish government to Warsaw as soon as the Russian army frees that city. London observers believe the FBer Tefe ; Ho w He DehVered Supplies To China Fourteenth. A. A. F. Base, China, Aup. 1—(UP)—Co-Pllot Thoma* Hawkins -went on a flight over Hcnsryang, embattled Chlncm -city, Sunday nipht but it .won; not jnat another riiKht for him—it wa» hi* birthday. ' .. Nonetheless, it was.the Chinese who KOI a)) the presents, for the bifr transport plane carried tons of critically needed KuppUcn for the heroic defender* of the rail city, Onilcd Press War Correspondent John Hlavacek, was alongr on the riiKht, and he tells of what the ship's crew went through to get supplies to the anxiously watting- Chinese on the ground. The plane piloted by Lieutenant Colonel John . Luke WilHamoon, Jutocnnnft^Gcncjral Chcnnault's personal pilot, flew through the ni'sht completely blacked out. Suddenly the navigator naid' 'target dead ahead," and Hlavacek peered out to sec. a dull reddish «Jow in the sky already light by "lashes from ground puns. As the jlano. roared' closer to the tarKEt v he could see that tho glow came from f.res slill smouldertng fn the besioKed city. Suddenly the target loomed up—it was a circle of imai! fires, which the Chinese had laid . out as they heard the supply «hip approaching. Then the crew started to heave out. bundles of ammunition and supplies which drifted down under billowing parachutes. That wa» the first, but not the last, for the plane returned to its base for another load. It was only the that Hawkins commented on his war time birthday celebration. He remarked laconically, "this is a heck of .a way to spend a birthday." London Poles will agree with the demands Russia is expected to ma).-e. •fhcy think the Polish government will- h': modified : .!t is reestablished—in Warsaw. The modification probably will Involve a compromise with -the Russian-sponsored Polish committee of national liberation and the removal of the more anti-Riuiltn members of MikoUxjczyk's government. Mrs. Bertha Swanson For Week Return To Home In New York Mrs. .street, Bertha Swnnson of Now teller Savings bank, is week in the; Naugatuck spending this Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bradbury Mrs, Theresa WilcOX have returned to their home in New York city after a short visit with Mrs. Bradbury's mother, Mrs. William Dohcrty of North Main street. Going To Prison For Second Time Vacationing- At Bay View, Milford . Mrs. John . Dowling 'of High street and Mrs. Thomas O'Dca of Culver street with Mrs. Georpc Tehan und Mrs. Philip Hennessey of Waterbury arc spending a two weeks' vacation at Bay View, Milford. Richard Hayes, U. S. Navy, Home Richard Hayes, S 2-c, U. S. Navy, is spending- a few days at his home on Curtiss street. Had Weekend Guest Miss Tessic Bauman of Bridgeport was a week-end guest of Mrs. Theresa Wilcox of Ward street. Bible Study At Hillside Church . The mid-week Elble study will be hold ' nt S o'clock 'Wednesday evening- at th* Hillside 'Congregational church. The fourth and fifth chapters of Genesis will bo discussed. At its narrowest point, Panama is only 31 miles wide. Hartford, Aug. 1—CUP)—A South Norwulk member of Jehovah's Witnesses—Joseph De Lallo—is going to prison for a second time as a. draft evader. . De Lallo finihcd a 14-months term at the Danbury correctional institution just a year ago for failing to report for induction. Then, three months; i,iter, he wo-s ordered to report agnln for induction an refused to do -so. This time Federal Judge J, Jo aoph Smith imposed a sentence o two years at Danbury. AID., IN TIME OF NEED First Your Doctor, Second Your Druggist!! In Gifts from dyne's . and so does everyone else. Drop. In at CLYNE'S. Just a few steps from Exchange Place for restful, leisurely gift shopping. CLYNE GLASS SHOP 29 Harrlxon .-Vve. \Vatcrbiiry Duke" Kazlauskas On Vacation Miike sure the choice is International Sterling for in it you will find silver is lieaiuiful n.s the worici has ever produced. The lovclinws of Sterling incrcwes with each ycnr so start now U> build your set of International Sterling—the lifetime possession that means most to any bride— one I'lmt most truly lends charncier nnd dignity to nny nomp. Six-piece plncc settings 2n .Spring Glory pattern are . priced «t £22.80 including 20% federal tax. "Divided Payments nt No Additional Cost Michaels JIWILHJ . , , SUVIKSMirHS SINCI l»00 68 BANK STREET KEEP BACKING THE INVASION-BUY MORE BONDS Vity "Duke" Kaxlauskas, sports editor of the Naugatuck Daily ws, is vacationing' in Montreal, Canada. Tropical Storm ffoving Northward New York, Aufr. 1—(UP)—A ropical storm now is centered bout 250 miles southeast of Jack- onville, Fla., nnd is moving north northwest at the rate of about 5 miles an hour. Winds of about 05. miles an'hour are at .the center of the storm. Increasingly strong winds and high tides will hit the Carolina and Georgia coasts. Small -craft from Daytona Beach to Cape Hatteras should remain in port. The weather bun/an says all interests on the Atlantic coast from Jacksonville to Cape Hatteras should be on the alert for further advices today. OPA Odd Lot Release Men's, Women's arid Boys* , SHOES No Ration Stamps Required re NEARY BUILDINQ.. , : NAUGATUCK DID YOU WRITE TODAY? A LETTER MEANS SO MUCH > WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE •• " - • or '. ,'• • DON'T DELAY WRITE TODAY Minnesota has 11,007 lakes, more .han any" northern state. STATIONERY AIR-MAIL - , ''••'; : V-MAIL PLAIN .and NOVELTY PAPERS FOUNTAIN PENS — INKS • - '. ' 't.: • Tour Stationery Store.<; SWEENEY'S ART AND STATIONERY STORE THE .CARD. AND GIFT SHOP Naugatuck's (Duality Drug StoresincludeV" Donovan's Prescription Pharmacy 217 Church Street Tel. 4125 Albert R. Adams 2 Church Street Tel. 2680 Olson Drug Store 174 Church Street Tel. 3341 Drug Co, 1 No. Main St. Tel. 4288 Parks Drug Co. 67 Rubber Avenue Tel.2854 Edward J. Sodlosky 411 North Main St Tel. 4921

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