Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on February 7, 1947 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, February 7, 1947
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ov t Veteran-Trainees V (banging Addresses Itosl Notify VA Concerned over Increasing Ante thiit veterans' failure notify t hc Veterans Admlntatratlo O f dinnpe.* of nddross Is delayln jlulr receipt of tvxdly-needod sub- .jjtance checks, Harry T. Wood nianapcr of the Hartford VA olflcn today urced vctccnn-ti-nlncos to "kocp us "P to <latc on your place of residence." A noiicn of cnnncc -of addru»a a; the post oftlco is not onouprh VV'oocl pointed out. The veteran receiving a yubslsttrnce allowance while in training- Is required to notify t^o VA ovcr hls °wn slg. nature that ho intends to change j,U plnce of residence and such action should ho taken as far In advance us possiolo. A subsistence check received at nn old nUdroMs cannot be forwarded, hp explained, belW returned to the U. S. Treasury for safekeeping until all re- r]ulrement.i Tor itst recovery nro met. -T ki'.oiv a fa recent case where a veteran living in New York on- rolled in a Connecticut college, •ransfcrrcd to Massachusetts and then complained he had not re- WHEEL-CHAfR BUS Women's Activities-Personal and Social 47 Choir Members, Gu0sts Attend Supper And Party '•lite jUmiHi'iiraHoH j»A«* Woltti Elliwoith, palknl ot McGuIrt V«tcrqni Administration Hoipltal, Richmond, Va., odjuiti a taUty bar holdlnj Mi wh««l chair In pfac* preparatory to a rid* In f h« ntw, iptciatly tqulpptd bu§ f«c«ntlx obtained far franiporiina wh««l- chair cot(«nti. R&P METAL WORKS » SO, MAI.V STHKKT (Hear) Expert Welding of All Typoi Forcing, Sflicct Mvtiil and Ormimentnl Steel Worlj Sheet nncl Our Mctql for Sulo Telephone 0377 THE CHINA INN II lltirrliuin Avr. At l.vivvmivnrfh IViircrltnr.v MtiiTluU/lni; In CM(»,.*(- itntl Amt'rit'iin Dlntw* Stop In Aftwr tlit; Thciitor Ol>rn Ditllv 11 H, in. d> lo |>, in, .Stlliifu.vH I- nnoii fi> lit p. |]|. CldHi'd ull ilny MumliiyH REFRIGERATION SERVICE Electric Appliance Co 13'M Btildivln .St. Wilt, — Trl, 4-1242 celved his subsiatancc In- a letter written from Mexico City," .said Wood. "Even changes of address from one street to another produce dolays, and those interruption* can become serious when you realize most of our contact with veterans Is through 'the malls.'.' Under the law there are various changes In the training veteran's status 'that can affect the subsist cncc check. Payments cannot be made In correct amounts unles tho veteran recognizes nnd announces these changes'. "When n. veteran marries or welcomes baby, or finds a parent dependent upon him, separates, or is granted a divorce," added Wood, "then tho .lub.sistence rate much change, too. And, most important of all, the vet' eran must furnish concrete evl Group To Mark 36thAnhiversary The 36th anniversary of Evan- gollnc Circle of the Salem Lutheran church will be observed Tuesday evening, Feb. 11, at a meet-, ing to be held in the church hall. A pot-luck supper will be served at 6 30 o'clock, with Group One, Mrs, Willis Peterson, chairman, in charge. Each member is requested to furnish a penny . for each year of her afre. A motion picture fashion show film, "Fantasy in Color" will be shown by Jones, Morgan & Co., Waterbury. Valentine Social Planned By Club A Valentine social will follow the •egulai- business meeting of the Junior Woman's club donee to substantiate chancre." any status Tt.TV.R riPKH PICKED A PECK ChiCixpo—(UP)—There will be 37 pickles per person th-is year in the United States, the National Pickle Packers Association reports. The association estimated that Monday evening at 8 o'clock in he American .Legion Memorial Home, 21 Cedar street. The committee In charge of ar angomcnts Includes: Miss Sara Emery, chairman; Mrs, Wcslc Barlow, MUs Carolyn Bcntzon Mrs. Paul (Jrinborg, 'Mrs, Joan B Kane and Miss Marion Reilly. Joint Meeting- Of Auxiliary A joint meeting of the afternoon and evening groups of St. Michael's Women's auxiliary will be held Tuesday evening, Fob. 13 at 7:JO o'clocl<. Installation services will be held in the church followed by a business meeting in the choir room. / Raraona Council Installation Installation of officers will take place at a regular meeting of Ramona Council. Degree of Pocahon- :as, Thirty-two members and guests of .the adult choir of 'th Congregational church attended covered-dish supper and party hel this week in the parish During t-ho supper, which- wa nerved buffet style,-names were ex changed and limericks wrltte about the person whose name was received. GamPB were led by Mis Jeun Grumman. Mrs. Charles D. McCleary choir director. Introduced HaroU Burrell as master of ceremonies who announced the following 1 pvu gram: Accordlan solos, Mis s Ruth Matson; male quartet selections, Omar Gibbs, Lyman A, Hodgman, Jr., Donald Hermoniat and Fred Demme; 'humorous reading, Mr. Burrell; piano duets, Mrs. Ch'arles Brust and Mrs, McCleary; group 4ingtng.' The evening's. activities concludnd with a brief choir rehearsal. • • The committee In charge includnrt: Mrs. W.illls D, Merrill, Miss Orumman, Miss Margaret North, Miss Ernestine Benson, Mrs Clarence McCall and Mrs". McCleary, Among those present were: Loia and Ernestine Benson, Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Benson, Mr. and Mrc, Stuart Bayd, Mrs, Ernest Harding, Miss Myrtle Harding, Mr. and Mrs OES Chapter? To Initiate A special meeting to initiate;, a claas of candidates, will be held by Evergreen chapter, Order of East ern Star, Thursday evening, Feb 27,. according 'to plans formula tec at; a meeting ' of the chapter • las* night in .Masonic Temple,. A potluck supper will be served at 6:30 o'clock. ' Mrs. Howard Kamerzel, worthy matron, has announced! members of. the order will participate in Neighbors, Night tonight in Seymour. The local, chapter will observe Neighbors Night Thursday evening, Feb. 20, with details to' be announced at a later date. - •• [mmanuel Lutheran Council To Meet . The Church council of. the Immanuel Lutheran church will meet ith Dr, Frederick Knubel, prcfli- ent of the New York Synod, and he Rev. Conrad Reisch, president f the New. England Conference, 'tiursday evening, Feb. 13 at 7:30 'clock in the church. All mem- ers-of the council-are requested o attend. War Related Duties Cross Will Continue For Years The "cessation of hostilities" announcement- by President. Truman recently; doe« not mean'.the "cessation of activities" ag far a B the American. Red Cross is concerned, according; to John H . . Schmuck, hairman ot the local chapter. AHhough its war-time obligation* »ve diminished with the,end of Ighting throughout the world, the war related duties of the Anierlcar. Red Cross will have to' continue vcr a period of years'. Three- 'ourtha of the present program of ic organization represents sei'- iccs to our armed force» at home nd abroad, and to veteran* ami heir families.' Ttjese -obligations arc imposed on | ic. Amerncan Red Oro»3 by its! ongreaaional Charter and the Am•Ican people, and are considered [ eocsaary' by military authorities, the multitude of war-related isibilities permit, -the Ameri-l can Red Cross is returning to a •peacetime program. Already the annual staff hiaa been reduced and NACCATPCK NEWS (CONN.), FRIDAY, FEU. ». INT—PAGE S Kiss for Groziano WHEN Rocky Grazlano, the fighter, appeared at the State Boxing Com- » resumption of the hearing into the alleged attempt to "fix" the Grazi- end of war is has made I it possible to cut. the. expenditures » Ws s. The hearing may determine of the national organization s'barp- • " - John Hayes, Jr., Miss Carol Hayes, Miss Helen Mai, Mr. and Mrs. Clar- onca McCall, Miss North, Miss Miriam North, Miss Beverly Tuttl», Mrs. Chester Randall, Mrs. Brust. Miss Matson, Miss Miss Doi-othy Caskey, Feb. 11, in Odd Fellows Deputy Pocahontas, and her taff, will be in charge of the A YoUNC 5r. VAueNTiNt- wwo WA? A\£SSAO£- To MIS WkU GWT.6 f} , V/A5 "-FIJOAA CAve- CUPID -A \\H -ENGLAND.PUI\ING INWUICM VtUNQ AWIOS? ^ANP r-ue- O&OWAL EVOLUTIONARY WAR ££ACU£D IT'? « m *,*,*,-, W^ii'P ;- 1 LOYfr YOU! ,-— WWOA I?, CoU&S-E-- VALENTINES Lois Rose, .. Mrs. P. S. -onover, Miss Dorjne . DUIT, Miss Marcia Goodwin, Miss Grumman, Mr. and Mrs, Merrill, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Watson, Mrs. Emma Av- JOllle, Bernard Avcollic, Mr. Bur- •eil, Ml-, and Mrs. Omar Gi'bbs, Mr. nd Mrs. J-yma.n. Hodgmnn, Miss Betty Bryan, Manuel Andujar, Mr.- nd Mrs. Howard H. Bristol, Mr, Icrmonat, Mr, and Mrs. McCleary, Mr. Demmo, Clayton Housoknecht' Jr., and' Russell Adams. hurch Helpers Monthly Meeting: The regular monthly meeting of the Church Helpers of St. Michael's Episcopal church-will be held Wednesday afternoon, Feb.. 12 at 2:30 o'clock in the parish house. Mrs. Leon Smith, • president, will conduct the busines session. Hostesses will be Miss Annie L. Carley and Miss Alice Johnson. Student 111 With Pneumonia Miss Jacqueline Schmitz, , lor at the Nauga-tuck High school, Announce Birth Of Son Mr. and Mrs. James Sullivan of Waterbury, are the parents of a son, born Wednesday' at St. Mary's hospital, Waterbury. Mr. Sullivan is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James J. Sullivan, 16 .Barnum court. . Rocky may ever again be permitted to box professionally in ft iw York State. •. (International) Stiffer Parking Fines Weekend Guests In Pennsylvania Dr. and Mrs. Charles D. McCieary and daughter, Katharine, 148 Hillside avenue, are spending tho weekend in Sellersville, Pa., where they will visit Mrs. McCleary's parents. , But there is still a herculean task ahead. As. an example.' more than eight million dollars will be needed 'for work In Army and Navy hospitals . and camps, in United States to help the men who gave so much for' their country and are still away from.their homes and families. Twice the above amount will be needed for the] Chicago —(UP)— Several major same purposc s .for those _ men in I cities ."have : found that .increased insular and foreign locations. fines for parking in restricted of ,1, A t0 thC w * r ;T' atcd dutl " cs Ureas is one of the simple* and will «i A "l enc * n Red C ross ' there m o«t effective means of reducing will also be the need for health downtown traffic jams, the Amcr- and educational service* which ican Municipal Association reports. have become a standard part of our Los Angeles increased its park- national way of life. Civilian Blood ing fine from $2 to $10—and noted donor service, Home nursing, Nu- an almost immediate reduction in violations. In Cleveland, there was a sharp drop in the number of persons parking cars in bus stop zones after imposition of a $5 fine tor that offense. New York fines drivers $15 for parking in- restricted Manhattan areas. MotoHsus are fined $25 for the second offense, and S40 for the third. Gloucester Leads Again In fishing Gloucester. .Mass. _<UP)_ .This 323-year-old picturesque port or. the shores of granite-strewn Cape Ann paced' the nation's fishing Industry irt 1946 for the fourth successive year. • Total fresh fish unloaded here In 4,507 trip* by '265 vessel* was 207,390,600 pounds, only 2 percent less than the -all-time' record set by .this city's fishermen ' In 1943. Gloucester. easily bested Boftton. vhich reported catches totaling 165,914,000 pounds. Redfish WM- king here with a new high; of 133,381,000 pounds that verloaded freezers and resulted in a warning to fiaherfolk to atop atching ; that variety until some of the backlog can -be *iold. The industry paid out some $14,000,000 to, 9.5CO fishermen and wharf workers. FtOCJR GOT YOU A. DIVORCE Madiaon, Wls. —(UP)— Divorce cost twice as 1 much ** marriage in Wisconsin's early d*y». Historical record's show that a trader ap« pointed . justice of' the peace in Prairie du Chlen in 1806 charged 100 pounds of flour for a marriage ceremony, but 200 pounds "for dissolving the marriage-relation- hip." DANCING EVEKV FBI. NITE Kny Amlcme no* Hl» S 8trinm • Applna! . • lull** mmi Anrriean CaMne • Full JLI«MT Prtvtiiw • I'lfoty nf Parking Bp»c« TBIO RESTAURANT Ittt !•*•«••(•• AT*,. t.rition, first aid, water safety and accident prevention, to mention but a few. has been confined for the past two '! Mr - and Mrs - A!bcl ' t Ziegenfuss, ---- • ••• and Rrandparcnts, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Kpokcr. weeks with pneumonia at home, 103 Meadow street. her Ladies' Aid Plans Meeting- A -raeeting-. of t-hc society of the Immanucl Lutheran church will be held Wednesday evening-, Feb. 12, in the church hall at 8 o'clock. Confined By Illness Thomas Nelligan, assir-tart itidus trjal relations manager of the S. Rubber Co., is c'onflnnd by illness to hi.s home in Anaonia. Surgical Patient At St. Mary's . Mrs. Joseph Kenishn?. nf Mulberry road. Is a surgical patient at St. Mary's' hospital, Waterbury where she was admitted Mtonday.' Local Couple Parents Of Son Mr, and Mrs, Vernon Falkenan, 34 Spencer street, are the parents of a son born this morning at St. Mary's' hospital, Waterbury. RUPTURE roa'r TRUSSES Cllted to of Waterbury 206 Bank St. 5-0013 Waterbury Patient At St. Mary's - M4s«- Eleanor Kennedy, danphter of Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Kennedy of Carroll street, is a surgical patient at St. Mary's hospital, Waterbury, where she recently underwent an appendectomy. Pages Grads Aged 99 And 97 Cambridge, Mass. (UP)—The nation's oldest university—Harvard— is looking for two. of its oldest grads. The lost alumni are Charles E Gould. 99, and John Franklin Curtis, 97, both of the class of '72. . The Harvard Alumni .Association, which keeps close tabs on all ffrad- uatcs, has nothing in' its records to show what happened -to Gould and Curtis, Best Fitting: SUP COVERS At Lowest Prices ALLEN'S Furniture Factory 1 Grand St., Waterbury TRT CLASSIFIED ADS Juniorettes To Hear Law Student Gerfran Peck, a student at Y;ile Law school, will speak on "World Government" Monday evening at a meeting ot the Naugatuck Woman's club Juniorcttes in the American Lesion Memorial Home, 21 Cedar street, at 7:lCi' o'clock. Leave Tomorrow For. Florida Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Vaughan. 96 Cliff street, and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Garfield, 91 Quinn street, leave tomorrow for Florida, where they will spend the remainder of the month. Greatest length of the Sahara desert is 3,200 mils and it varies in width from SOO to 1,400' miles It's area of 3,EOO,000 square miles is. nearly equal to all of Canada. Everything In Millinery "THE STORE OF 3,000 HATS" 49 CENTER ST. If It's new we have it Tt not - - we'll get it. WATERBUBY N, Y. Residents Visiting Here Mr, and Mrs. George Krell ot Scarsdale, N. Y., are visiting at the home of Mrs. Krell's mother, Mrs. Tho.Tias St. John en Gorman street. Recent House Guest Here Mrs. Edward Glisson of Washington, D. C., was a recent house Bucst at the home of Mrs. Mary Quinn on Gorman street. CALLED OFF Hartford, Feb. 7— (U P) — The onnecticut skating championships —-scheduled for Saturday in Weth- crsfield—have been called off.-The cancellation is caused by uncertain weather conditions and poor ice, •••' •-...- ••' *'•' •', FURTHER REDUCTIONS DURING OUR FINAL CLEARANCE T #" Of BOYS' and GIRLS' WEAR GIRLS '•«+**. OLD OR YOUNG THOUSANDS r YOU'LL FIND IT. FUN TO SEND VALENTINES RUSTCRAFT VALENTINES HALLMARK VALENTINES NEXT FRIDAY, FEB. 14th IS THE DAY BETTER BUY AND MAIL THEM NOW The CARD and GIFT SHOP SWEENEY'S ART and STATIONERY STORE ^ Church St. ****++*++*+»»*+*+*ttrr-ffrtrff Neary Bldg. Naugatuck NORWASH SHOE STORE FINAL CLOSE-OUT of WOMEN'S and CHILDREN'S and SUPPERS AT $1 $2 $3 SELF SERVICE — ALL SALES FINAL Storm Cou(;s Pile, lined, detachable hood. Velveteen Jumpers- Cliciiifle and Quilted Robes Girls' Coats Solids and tweeds.. Skirts ' Solids and plaids. Wool Plaid Skirts Girls' Shoes Assorted group. Socks tnid Anklets Sizes 7 to 20 7 lo 14 7 to 11 7 to 1G 10 to 1C 4 to 7 Formerly to NOW $45.95 from $22.95 8.98 4.98 23.95 7.98 7.98 7.98 6.95 5.00 3.00 10.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 3.00 25c BARGAIN COUNTER Scarfs, Dickies, Hats, Gloves, Dresses Suspenders, Raincape.s .-..:. $1-00 BOYS Ski-Punts- Corduroy Slacks Pop]iii Mittens, Zelun All Wool Shirts Polo Shirts . Fingertip Coats Plaid Flannel Shirts White Blouses, soiled. Closed Mondays Siren 3 to -JO 32 to 20 8 to 12 6 to 20 C to 20 S-4-5 Formerly to 5.98 5.50 85c 6.98 1.15 16.98 2.50 1.59 >*ow 3.88 3.88 50c 4.25 85c 7.00 1.97 90 South Main St. Waterbury

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