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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1944 NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS Page Thre* Florence Crowds Hail Allied !Women's Activities—Personal & Social Cheery iind Colorful Engagement Of Victor Furs Is Announced Flared Peplum! The engagement of Miss Ellnn- beth DiJohn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pasqtiulc U'John oC Wood street. Waterbury.. to Victor Furs, son of Mr. und Mrs, Julius F\irs. of Crown street, Union City, bus been announced. No date has been sot for the WCd- Salver Tea By Ladies' Aid At 2:30 Thursday The Ladles' Aid of Hie Sulem Lutheran church wil hold a Silviir Ton tomorrow afternoon ut 2:30 o'clock at the church. The committee .in charge consists of the following: Mrs. Victor Olson, Mrs. Jennie Anderson, Mrs. Oscar Carlson, Mrs. Carl Thompson, Mrs. Victor Rotis, Mrs. Andrew Anderson and Mrs, Alex Xiiindin. I'ATTKKX >'o,Tt212fr Male,- y.,i!i-si>ir a fresh tJ.lMe S i-mliri'i.li-ivd with thi-so lovely np- pic i-lus.-.iiii and songbird designs. I'Ml'-m ritvrlopt- contains hot- iri) r.tranf.-rs for one ci-jiu>r|)loce !unii'-:'. four ptaci* mat* am! four nupkins. culor chart. .-vtitoli illus- :j-:i:iji:.-i ;i;..1 full dircutions. Our i'ii>-|>a};«' mufUoolnrod book of N'-'-tlN 1 Arts curtaining 1 t'ivi; ['roo patti'rax, and ninny other xuggL 1 .-*- [ini;x !'<>r drcssinu: up ynur home :mil yourself is now available. Send your ivquest for thU book to cite iidiliv.ss listed b e I u w, vr.closing twenty cents (Me.) in coins to co%'- cr the cost and mailing charges. cVtui 1L t'trrus (coin* for .i-'atteril No. K2l'J5> io Nauj.-atu.ck Daily News, Xucdli! Arts Dept., 'P. O, Box 17-j Station O, New York 2. N, Y. I'lfu*.- Incliuie your postal /one Eleanor Hall Visiting- Parents Mies K'.'Mitur Hall of Johns Hop- kiri.i l.'.'iivi'rsiiy. is ."i)eiuling her mc-ati'iti u-itti her patvnts, .Mr. and >r.'-.-j, K. C. Hall of Orc-lmrd terra,'!;. Meeting- Of Natatuc Tribe, -I. 0, R. M., Thursday A ro-gular meetinp; oC Natatuc Daughter Born To Lt.-Mrs. George Elmore A daughter. Margaret Chitten- dcn Klmore, was born to L.MIII. and .Mrs. George B. JCIniore Thursday, August 3, in the Is'esv J-lavon hospital. I-t. I'-ltrioro is In the Army Air Corps, stationed at Kelly Field, TeNas, Announce Birth Of Son August 5 BOROUGH DAILY DIARY Eats First *0di*' AUGUST 1944 » M r w t I I J 4 S 67 S 9 10 II (2 11 14 IS 14 It It 19 20 21 22 2) 24 25 26 27 21 29 30 II Coming- Events THURSDAY or Crunadrr Font Auxiliary at 8 p. m. In l*o«t rooniH. , .Xatatuc Tribe, I,. O.- R. M. m<><-t* ut 8 p. m., In J'yllilon hull. • . - oOo - SUXDAY JO.VOIIM Florentines were Htlll'ln thr> midst of a-ealA.Wttlcomi: to. troops of the. Allied Eighth Army when slii'lHiid begun ugain \vlthln Florence, capital of -t'(u ICiinaissancc. In u tyfilcu) swim, jibuvc, a member of a South African tank crow WUH Nuzlx - wlio once Imd di-clurud tb.s took hold of the areas containing- the greuteKt an: troa'surc-H, . U. .S. Signal Corps Jfeulioplioto, (International Sou ndpliu'to) '" c, -u . u , , Ixiini; .chccrid. and ; f|oiv«rs UXT«. Kho\vi:rud. on the "HboriitorN," hut the .s nr,t Center un. open city — resorted-. to their familiar.- treachery anil ~Mi: and Mrs. Anthony Pruchnicki of Millville avervue announce the birth, of u. son, August 5th, a: the \Viiterbtiry hospital, Mr*. Pruchnicki is the former Heleno /Jeranski of Ansonia. ?vt. John Malik . Completes Furlough Pvt. John S. Malik has returned to Valley Forge General hospital after a 21-day furlough with hi.s parents). Mr. and Mrs. John Malik of Radnor avenue. Pvt. Malik has bt.-i.-n a palirnt at the hospital for severaT weeks. Dr, John Kehoe Returns To' St. Louis Dr. John Kehou returned today to his home In St. Louis, Mo,, after ;in exu-ndod visit with his cousin, Mrs. Robert Dillon of North Main .street. John Dinsmore ;nbf, .No. '^,, .[. O. R, M., will bo i _ h.-hi tomorrow evening at s o'clock ' Leaves For New Jersey in Pythian hall. I [ Pvt, John R. Dinsmot-e will leave I today for Fort Dix, New Jersey, ! -after .-spending a 10-day furlough ! with his parents. Mr. and' Mrs, F. P. Dins-more of Bradley wtroct. PATTERN 1210 A soft, . utterly feminine dress which consists of straight akirl and a peplum blouse. It's perfect to make up in pastel eyeleoem- broidt-ry cottons, in colorful print cottotij;... Nice, ..too, ,in flowered •ruyonr crepes and sheers. Good for afternoon and date wear. Barbara Bell Pattern IS'o. 1219 Is unsigned for sizes 12, !•!, 10. IS and 20, Size .!•], short sleeves, requires 3 7-S yards of 39 inch material. Plan your fall oiothus now. 1 Tito new fall and winter pa-tierm booX, "Passing in Review" is now rc-aily —cor.,lains 32 jiage.s of the LopJn'ts in clothos the bo>-i; in uniform admire— "Date" frocKs, street .wear, sportswear, clothes to weal 1 on the Jiome front—srappy school cloUio;-' for juniors and children. Price 10 cents. For this pattern, sund 20 cents, in coins, you'r name, address, pattern number and size wanted to Barbara. Bell, Naugatuck Dally Xovvs, Pos-t Office-Box-99^. Station C, New, York 19,'N. Y. Tribulations Of Wealthy Cat Are Letting Up Lee Yeaton At Y. M. C. A. Camp Leo Yeaton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Yeaton of Homestead avenue is spending a two weeks vacation at the Y. M. C. A. camp in \S'atertown. John Hetherington Returns To Fort Dix MIRACLE mil FINISH PER GALLON G. C. Murphy Co. P.F.C. u-ho .lia.s furlough John J. . Hetheri.nKton. bci;n spending a 12-day at his home on. Oalpin street, has returned to Port Dix, Local Families At Clinton, Conn. To Meet At Home Of Car] Salmonson The Board oC Trustees of the Salem Lutheran church will muut Tuesday, August }5. at, 3 p. m. at the homo of Carl So.lmon.son, .133 Walnut street. SPECIAL! ,„ 89c MKN'S SUITS I'.'-miti fully Dry (.'li-aiii-il anil Oi-niiitl DEEN'S Cliuruli .St. F R E E I : "Culiilcij; pliinnlng Your Fnliiro' riti-, Cull or phone <I-H772 POST JUNIOII J. WO A COM<KfJK 21 CKNTKAI, AVKNUE Mi 1 , and Mrs. Arthur Pearson and family of Grove street and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Long and family of Dayton road are vacationing at Ciinton, Conn. Mrs. John Quint Entertaining-, Guest Mrs. John Quint of Aetna street is entertaining her sister. Miss Yvettc Binetti of Washington. Crusader Post Auxiliary Meets Thursday The Ladies' auxiliary of Crtisad- oi- Post.. V. F. W,. will meet Thursday evening a-t 8 oclock in the I'ost. rooms on Rubber uver.ue. Atty. Harry Rubin Visiting Relatives Ally. Harry Rubin of Jamaica, L. •!., New York, is visiting relatives in town. CLEARANCE CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS $1.69 and $1.89 lli.-C. $3.-I9 NORWASH Shoe Store Guest Of Sister In Worcester Brooklinc, Mass., Aug. 9—(UP)— Tho trial.-: ami tribulations of Bus- tur—the world's richest.cat—saam to bo lotting up, at least temporarily. Buster's personal attendant, Mrs. Margaret T. Thomson, says her charge is fee-ling 1 fine ttnd romping around now. A couple of days 'ago, all the attention the poor little rich cat was. receiving from the public made him upset and r.L-rvous. Buster was provided $-<0,000 foi; care ami maintenance by the K-ite millionaire 1 a \v y e r, Woodbury Rand. Then -t.be eigh-t-yaar-old:cat's I troubles began. Curiosity seekers descended upon him.', photographers wanted to take his picture and ^-oporters asked to ir.tcrvicsv him. But Mrs. Thomson had to intervene. '.-,.-: She said that she was tired and bothered by the way all tho aUe'n- tion was upsetting Suster's daily regimen of fresh cold milk every other hour—and fresh shore haddock and !-amb kidneys at mealtimes. So now Buster is returning 1 the quiet life—the quiet life Riicy. Federal Grand Jury Indicts 15 Persons to 'of Last Of G. A. R. Re-Elects Self Mrs. Raymond Dowling of Lewis street is visiting hoj- slater, Mrs Edwin Meyer in Worcester, Mass. Servicemen Co FdrFloWers DID YOU WRITE TODAY? A LETTER MEANS SO MUCH WE, HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OP STATIONERY AIR-MAIL V-MAIL PLAIN and NOVELTY PAPERS FOUNTAIN PENS — INKS . Vour Stationery Store SWEENEY'S ^«££Y STORE THE CATtV AND GIFT SHOP An Aleutian Island Ease—(UP) —Arrival of orchid, time in the Aleutians has converted hundreds of men—from GI's to generals — into ardent flower, fanciers. The orchids, miniature i-eplicas of the lush, tropical flower, bloom profusely on protected hillsides, out arc only one of a myriad of flowering plants which cover the grassy Aleutian slopes. Buttercups, wild iris, bluebells und lilies of the valley arc, among tho more common blooms. Many soldiers have well-kept flower gardens around the doors of their quonsot huts, and flowers border the pathways. Vases with an assortment of blossoms brighten the corners of many huts, and it's not unusual to see ofllccrs of the post commander's staff, returning from their weekly hike, carrying Aleutian flowers. Amateur botanists found flowers on these islands markedly similar to species on tho mainland. In general, the flowers are much smaller here—where growth is conditioned by the short summer season—and arc . more delicately scented or without any scent. , • • •• Soldiers have also found that the native flowers provide them the means to "say. it with flowers.". They -press the blooms between blotters and include them in let- tors to wives and sweethearts at home. Haxleton, Pa.—(UP)—Alfred W. Gabrio, DS-yL-ar-olcl Haxleton Civil War veteran, recently had the distinction of re-electing himself for the second consecutive year as commander of the Pennsylvania Department, Grand 'Army of the I Kepiiblic, at tho 78th annual encampment here. As commander, he took the chair and called the meeting- to- order, Then after looking wistfully about, but failing to llnd any of his Civil War comrades, ho Rumin.-iied himself as state commander, moved that nominations close and declared himself elected. He pointed out that the election,, witnessed by members ot affiliated GAR organisations, was entirely in keeping with the encampment constitution and by-laws. Gabrio served with Company K of Uio .139th Illinois Volunteer Infantry. He was with the 7th Division in clearing,, the >Rcd River, Yuxoo. River and Island No. 10 during the campaign • when> Grant drov* toward Vicksburg. He also served in the Mi.ssoui-i campaign!- Hartford, Aug. 9—CUP)—A .federal grand jury has handed up indictments against 15 persons, charging -them with knowingly possessing stolon gasoline; ration coupons. The offense carries a ma.xi- rr.um penalty of ten years imprisonment. Americo Fcrretti of Bethany pleaded innocent !o the charges. Guilty pleas were entered by:Nicholas Cimroino. Anthony Maz- xiotti, Anna Ruggiero and Charles Green, all fo New Haven. Chares Fego of. Dcr'oy pleaded innocent. Antonio Esposito of New Haven pleaded innocent to one charge of possessing the coupons and two counts of conspiracy to violate OPA ceiings with Angelo Grille and Louis Signer, both of West Haven. • Grilla entered a plen of innocent to two charges of. conspiracy, nnd Signer to one charge of conspiracy. 'Delivers' Jap Flag- Signed By Bond Buyers Washington WACS • .-'. p-.:.. . , i T '• nx Are Found To Be Washington. Aug. 9—(UP)—If American womtn approve the weight standards ot the Women's Army Corps, then the nation's capital doesn't ugree with milady's figure. Washington's WACS have just been found to be slightly overweight—one ton in fact—collectively speaking. Army officials say that out of a typical group of 95 WACS. 07 had gnined on average of nine and one- half pounds since induction day. irourteon of the 9C had done even belter—registering an increase of 20 pounds apiece. In tho army that calls for a chunge^So, every.morning- now the lady soldiers stationed in Washington are being given a stiff physical workout. And an extra ton is responsible, for the new routine. Inside—Seventeen Arc - Family Outing of U. S. Rul>- ber Company ;tt Linden Park. Weather Report • Massachusets—Fair weather tonight and -tomorrow. Cool- tonight, .somewhat warmer tomorrow especially along- the eai^t coast. ' -Rhode Island and Connecticut- Fair weather through tomorrow. Coo) tonjght, somewhat wanner tomorrow. Eastport to Block Island — Xo small craft or storm warnings. One or the !»»* Euro|x-an refuir*e» who found-siinctJiary at the Fort Ontario emi:rg«ncy hheltcr near ONWCRO, >'. Y., Nix-year-old nor- ret Itltimcnkranz from VlerinM trie* out her flntt American "hot doif" and likes It. nuUoruil) Temperature \ Report I .AMNESIA VICTIM,, ,'•-,. Boston, Aug. 9—(UP)—An amnesia victim is l-cportod. in' fair condition at a hospital. Police and hospital authorities have beon-un'- ablc-lo. identity him, but said .that he was-, .found-, in .the-South' End, Police described him as llve-,feet,- eight inches, tall, and. weighing 1 about 275 pounds. He is about 40- years-old. . Pearl Harbor naval base leased by the U. S, in 1887. was NOTICE District of Naugatiick, ss. -Probate Court, August !lth, 19-M.' ESTATE OF Joseph Szitar, late of Naugatuck in said District, deceased. Tho Administrator c.. t. a. having exhibited his administration- account with said estate to this Court for allowance, it, Is ORDERED—-That the IGth day .of August A. D. 19'H, at 7:30 o'clock in the.afternoon-at the. Probate office, in Naugatuck, bo and the same is assigned for a hearing on the allowance of said administration Account 'with said Estate, and this Court directs . the - Administrator c. t. a. to cite all persons interested therein to appear at said time and place by publishing this order in some newspaper published in New Hnvcn County and. having a circulation in said District, and posting a copy on the public sign post In the town ot Naugatuck, where- tho deceased has dwelt, and by sending, postage prepaid, a like notice to all parties interested and re- sidin goutskle this.District.at least hrcc days before,said day assigned, STEPHEN J. SWEENEY, .'' - -.:..',-.... Judge.-. Boulder, Col. — (UP)— Lt. Col. 73en Fridge of Boulder reports that he has had a lot of fun carrying a Japanese flat;. And not because he likes (.be Japanese flap, either. This particular flap; had boon captured or. Guadalcanal. It was taken to Xen r York, whore thous- ,'ands ot" persons, who h.ad bought war bonds for the privilege, .signed their names on it. Then it was turned over to Co!. Fridge with instructions that he drop it with ;'L load of bombs on -an encir.y position in the Southwest Pacific. He dropped the flag—an<l also the bombs. Corp. Fetterman Home On Furlough Corp. A1134V Fetterman is fur- !o-j£-hinfr at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Fetterman, o- GS Carroll, street. Corp. Fattermnn, stationed in Camp Stewart, Cku, returned to the States last January after serving 11 months in the South Pacific. Cool weather, more or less, is the blessing the weatherman ha-s bestowed on the borough all this week. A pleasant breeze keeps most local residents cool all day long. Red Hermans ha-s been pretty comfortable, too, in spite of. the fact that the old redhead loves heat, and is hardly ever happy unless Ihc perspiration drips from the red brow like rainwater overflowing a rain barrel. But Red dug out another blanket this morning about 0:30 a. m., when tho temperature dropped to 52. At 7:15. the mercury started to climb, hitting the 31 mark at 1 p. m. Midnight Cl 3 a. m 6 a. m Seventeen Are Believed Dead In Plane Crash Miami, Fla., AUJJ. 9—i'UP)—Sev- ontoen persons nre believed dead in the crash of n. Pan-American Airways clipper at Nipe bay in Cuba yesterday,. Six bodies were recovered today when the plane was lifted from ihe bay. .Eleven other passenger* are missing. The crew of five and nine passengers were rescued soon after a huge wave overturned the ship. 9 a. m Noon 1 p. m 5G 52 76 90 91 1JUS HITS POLE Portland, Maine, Aug. 9—(UP) —One woman Jvn.s bcaiv slightly injured ami 2o passcngci's i?h<al<CH when .1 Maine Central Tranp'ortn- tion company lius civis-hod into a five alarm box pole. M:-s. Sadie Sarkis of 15ai.li suffered .i- cut lip. Several Perseid Meteors Observed Providence! R. T., Aug. 9—{UP} — Several Per-jo'd 1 meteors have been observed by the- Ladd Observatory at Brown university and elsewhere in Rnoc'c Island. The meteors were in advance of their annually scheduled appearance. Usually iJie meteors, appear about August 10th or llth. Professor Charles M. Smiley of I-ad'd Obsorvntory said that the 'phenomenon was what .he termed "a kind of annual accident at -ft grade crossing 1 when "Jic earth's orbit and that of the constellation Perseus collide." Road Oiling To Be Completed This Month Roads .in the outside area- of Naugatuck will not-'be oiled.until later in the month, it was reported this morning by Street, Superintendent Harold Hurt ha. The delay in getting the work done 5s caused- by the various collections that the street deportment has to make:' Regular monthly rubbish collections took place today, and-next Tuesday the tin can salvage collections wil] take place. Private driveways will be oiled after the work on the roads haa been finished, ic was said. About 50 applications have been received by the street department up to now. Driveway owners pay the town for the work done. For Dependable Auto -Se<> Union City Insurance Agency Joseph V. Rosko, A Union Street Tel. 4928-295tj Have a Coca-Cola =Wfell done, lads ... a way to get a helping hand •There's no mote welcome reward for work well done than refreshment... the sparkling refreshment of ice-cold Coca-Cola'. Oldsters and youngsters alike respond to the happy invitation Have a "Coke", Always have supply of Coca-Col*, in your family refrigerator. Tbe pause that refreshes with ice-cold Coca-Cola has become a symbol of American hospitality and friendliness ... at home and away from home. lOITLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY iV COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF WATERBURY It's natural foe popular name* to acquire friendly abbreviations. That'* why you heat Coca-Cola called "Coke".

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