Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on August 10, 1944 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, August 10, 1944
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1944 NAUaATUCK DAILY NEWS Personal Make Your Own Oil Coup Starts New r .Red Drives. Girls 'Club To Give Vaudeville Show At Outing i The Urvitod States , -Rubber 'com- pnny Girls' club isi sponsoring " vaudeville show ,tp, ,b,e, .pixisojttted Sunday AUK. 13. nt -l:'3'0"p. m. at 'the Rubber Company Family Outing, ut. Linden. Porlc. . . .yhis cntcr.taln- mbrit will be ' diwctctl' ' by' ''Mary Donovan and Bernard L, Sullivan will be muster of ceremonies. The program w.lll bo ns follows: , For Older Women I'.ATTKKX NO. i;n:tt>.-\ y.-i king your own slip covers is .iilvi'titiirou.1 fun whim yi>u have co.'ii|)i-ti-iii instructions to follow. I'liiu-in fiivclope counting full ilU'cction.-; for mnUinK covers for dU'fi'i'-nt typi'S of furtlUuro; ( - on- structtt»ri *!r:LS\ p im:s. diiL^rams urul nKitt-ricil suxKt'-'.tians, Our t'li'i-paK'-' multicolot'iHl book c.' N.^Hlli' Arts coiuainiiii,' five fren p.-itti'i-ns. aiul many othor sufTKCK- tiunH for dri'S-ini,' up your homo anU yours«lf is now available. Send your rmiucst for tliis book to the ui!tlrcx< listed he low. fnclosinj; (H'i'iity Ct'nts (20c.^ i:i coins to cov- i>r the cost and mailing charfjes. S-'iul 11 cents ii-oi.D for above pattern number to Xuu^atucl; r>aily Nows, Xt— die Art.-i Dept,. P, O. Box 172, Station D, Now York 3. X. Y. PUvLse Include your postal i'.orto numbtM'. — "Don't Believe Everything You Dream"— Larry Lai-rivet*. Tap dance— Lucille Ran. , Sonfr — "L,ong Ago and For Away" — Ruth Shopis. Whistlinjr number— "Indian Love Cixll"— -Lucille DeCarlo. Specialty n umber — Clarence Quiickenbush. Song — "ililkman Keep Those Bottles Quiet"-— Alma Ingram. Tap Dance— Donald Hermonatv Specialty number— Carl Woodward. Trumpet solo— Gucrrea: The show will be brought to n ciost; with the presentation ot the United Stales Rubber company fin-Up Girl Contest, ut which time "Miss U. S. Rubber" will be selected. Dancing will follow the performance, the music to be furnished by L/'nieo Biirrone'x orchestra. There also be a dance contest. Teat tiring the jitterbug. wait/, foxtrot incl polku. with prtxcs to be award- L'(| for ouch dance, as follows: First prize $5.00 in war stamps far each couple and J3.00 in war -uumps for each couple for second Eleanor R. Stein Receives Cap As Cadet Nufise Miss Eleanor Ruth Stein, daughter of Mrs, Margaret Stein of- Spring street waa one. of the 34 cadet nurses to.receivo a-'cap at.the exercises .held .at the. ]WatM-bury hospital Tuesday evening:. , .. . .Miss Aldona Labatjuuckas, Instructor of- the education department of tho hospital.. and . Mrs. Altha Baldwin, surjficul supervisor, capped the nurses, Mrs, Margaret Stain, Mrs. Mary. Dot-man and Miss Ann Plikaltls of Union City, accompanied, by Mrs. Ida Laliberte of Waterbury attended the ceremonies, . ..'... Memorial Service . Sunday For it. James L. Asi'more Thore, will be a'memorial service .t 7:30 a. m. at St. Michael's church on Sunday, Aug.. 13, for Lt. umes L. Aahtnoro who was killed n action on July 12 .Rev, Richard Saxler will conduct the service. leturned Today To New York close The at 9 outing: will o'clock. come to u m;v U'.AI: HO.VDS .AND STAMPS Card Party Friday At Millville Library The Millville Library association will sponsor n card party tomorrow evening at 8:30 o'clock in Library hnll. Mrs. Frank Anderson will be in charge of the event. There will be prizes awarded and refereshmenCs served. — Parking motors an; used about -150 American cities. CLEARANCE CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS $1.69 and $1.89 NORWASH Shoe Store For the older, or more matronly woman who wains a neat jumper jacket suit which will bo slinily flattering, comfortable to 'wear and can be made up in almost any sort of material. Try ono in cotton and have another jumper-jacket costume in lightweight wool for fall wear. • Barbara Bell Pattern No. 122-1 is designed for sixes 3-1, 3G, 38, -10, •42, -4-t. -IG and -18. Si/.e 30, jumper, requires 3 1-1 yards of 30-incK ma tei-ial; short-sleeved jacket, 1 1-3 yards. Plan your fa!) clothes now! The now fall and winter "Passing in Review" —contains 32 pages of the .top. hits in clothes tho hoys in uniform admire—"D n to" frocks, street \vanr. sportswear, clothes to wear on the home front—snappy school. clothes for juniors and children. Price 35 cents. , v . ' . For this 'pattern, send 20 cents,In coins, your name, address, pattern number and- .size wanu-.l. to Barbara Bell, S'augatuek Daily J i News. Post Office Box 09, Station * ~ NL-W York .19, X. Y. Edward J. Martin of the New York motorcycle police department returned today to-New York after sper.dinjLr the few days with John Ostroaki . of Culver street. .. • O- - : ; World War A Ifear Ago.' August 10j 1943 (Ity'Dnitcd On the Russian front, .Germans are reported in full retreat along a .300-mile', front "~in Russia;, Hoc army chalks, '-up another 100 seizures, driving: closer to Bryansk. ' Pi>lme' ^Minister W'jnsTon'Ch'ur . ill .-arrives* in 'Quebec, Canada;'for 'a series'- of war conferences; wH confer.'.- with President, Roosevelt., In Washington, President say« that bin meeting, with cKurchill will be a strictly Anglo-American, affair. - • • • . \. " . . . In Sicily, U.j S. troops' arc reported- within two miles of Randazzo. In. Juily, .the interior minister, FroTTSCiarl, resigns in protest against continued jruurUaJ law..- ... Viistin'g In New York City in pattern book, is now ready Mr. and Mrs. Andrew .McDer-. niott o!' Orchard Kti-eyt arc spend- inp several days in New York city . . .... ..... Mr.-Mrs. J, Lengyel In. Boston, Mass. Mr. and. Mrs. Josnpli Lengyul of Homc-.stoud itvemio arc spending a few days in Boaton, Mass. .tile liiBt of the 2,000 Gullclan oil well* wrenched from the" Nazi war muchlmt's clutchcn l (y !{«;<! fore** liamrncririf,- Into the ear|)ii- t/iiun nioujiliiiiiH (1) the Gi-rmatiN -arc iw\v luff with J'loesti alone (2>.. and tile RIM! armies nmy soon move a^ the rich Komanlan fields. Aluo, following up the capture of lloryslaw and .Siinilwr lioth. rich oil .centws—other. Ketl illvinloiis wens; pr<:i>urlne to Kimtxh on Into CzechoKlovukia jimt a few 'III||<>H from their prewent' pOhitioriN. All Republican Congressional Visiting Daughter In Brooklyn, N. Y. P. H. Daly' o.[ Elm street is visiting- his daughter, Mrs. Bernard Woitfiml at her home in Brooklyn, N. .Y. . '• 1 ' ' . . Summer Clearance A t Freedman's All Our Ladies' and Children's Summer Clothes At Close-out Prices! — Nothing- Will Be Held Over— • • ' Independent Union At Groton, Conn., Votes To Strike Ladies' Dresses at S 2 '3, to $12.00 Ladies' Playsuits 2, >3, '5/<7 at LADIES' COATS'and SUITS At $12, $15, to S3-I.95 LADIES' PINAFORES V 2 Price $1.50 Values to 512.03 One Group LADIES' COATS At $5. . -.". SUMMER PURSES oOc, $1, $2- - Groton, Conn., AtifT. 10—(UP) — An independent union at the Electric Bout Company in Groton has vointl a strike to become'effective Monday at C a. m. Charles Sussman, counsel .-for the Independent Shipbuilders and Marine .Engineers union,.says that the strike will go on regardless of the outcome of a National Labqr Eel<i- tions Board election this .Saturday, "There is thc-Smith- Cpnnally act that forces the union to abide by the decision of the NLRB's strike poll," . Sussman claims. The Electric Boat Company—ono of the largest submarine building firms in the world—is charged by the union with 32 violations of contract. 'Spent Vacation In T&psfield, Maine ,Hcnry .Schildgen of 'Union City has returned from a vacation spent at his summer Lake Ferrow, Topsfleld, Volume of freiph-t traffic handled by Class I railroads in June exceeded the same month ,in 1943 by 8 1-2 per cent. ' ' CLEARANCE ON ALL SHORTS, SLACKS, OVERALLS One Group CHILDREN'S-SLACK SUITS . y 2 Price $1.50 . One Group CHILDREN'S DRESSES '^ Price $1 Ladies' and Children's ; -SUMMER SKIRTS, ; % Price • ' BOYS' SLACK SUITS • At $1.50,'$2,. $3 Values.-to- $419.8 . ' Visit Our Store for Many More Summer Clearance Values, Friday and Saturday • , GREATER SERVICE from your clothes wben • they are denned regularly by onr expert workmen. Prompt D.LIEBERMAN «6 CHVRCn STIIEKT .... NOTICE The M. Freedman Go. D.istrict of rNaufjatuck, as. Pro- batu Court, August 10th, 1944. ESTATE. .OF' WIL..LI-AM. L. Krodol, Isitc ot Naugatuc-k in said District,i deceased;..:.... .The .Executor having---exhibited its.- admitiiati-aWon 1 .'nocount • with Haid eswite to this Court for nliow- it is. , , : -.- -,. •,• .- • .....i., • , !•-.OR-DERED^-That tho' -16th -day OS August A. D, 1944-, at four o'clock iivthc afternoon, at the Probate offloe -in Naupatuck; .be ;and the..same is. assigned for a, hearing on-'.the allowance .of said Administration Account.'with sald-Ea- e.'.nnd.- this. Court directs., tho Executor to cite, all- persons -interested therein to^appcar ot said time and pla'ce ,by publishing/this order n .some, newspaper .'.published .in; New.Haven..County.-and having: a. .circulation- in-, said District; and posting a copy; on the public; sign •post .in. the. town :of v.Nausatuck, where ;thc deceased -last dwelt, and Hartford, Auff'. 10—CUP)—With •the of the' Congressional dis- L'r,ict"con volitions out of the way, Connecticut Repbutloa.ns are set for thc p Presidential -y«ir carii- palgri 'with the same ticket that ,Swep.t 'into .office two years ago. P.onomiaatcd . for Congress cue Representative Clare Booth Luce of.the Fourth district; Joseph E. : talbo.t .of -the Fifth d; ct; Wil- Ljam J. Miller of.the First district; Major Ranulf Compton of ahc Third' district, and John D. McWilliams .of .Uic . S*>i:ond district, Xlii!i-e : wai? .no opposition to any of the .nominations, • . -..'Election of a congresswomttn from the Fourth district is assured; -with ' Che Democrats offer- Ing former . Asijstiant Secretary of State Miss Margaret E, Connors of FoLrfie'.d',. to opposo Mrs. Luce. . Meanwhile, Harold Senior o'f Waterbury— orgajjjzer of. the Connecticut State Industrial Union c'ouocil—says that .the- "C-I-O po)i T ticnl-.action committee is preparing, to go allout for the election ot .a .Democratic state ond co;i- gretision'al ticket. "Our main effort," soys Senior, "will be to re-elect Preside-m Rooacv'clt ian<J- -to get a Congress that will support his policies.". Senior says that, 'while tho C-I-O Political Action committee in Connecticut, will -have no dirsction from outside the state, jt will follow the .policy 1-aid down by Sidney Hillman, national head of the P-A-C. An indication that, the Connecticut P-A-C is nat on a solid foot- Ing te. given by John B. Napoli- tamo of Greenwich, a C-I-O shop steward. seconded, the nomination of. Mrs, Luce .and: dc- ,clai-ed Ihul ; tliC', P-A-C docs not speak for..organized ikbor—it docs not even speak for the rank and file of the C-I-O." .. .. Napolitano. charges that the PA-C is "pouriaiig money into con- greBs'ionul district^., to defeat Republican candidates." . . . ..'Democrats o'f.the First Congressional.^ district, have, nominated former, .Representative Herman P. Kopplemin ,.os. their .candidate to QPpo'sc ; ReprescntaUve Miller, . YWH.L,..GE'T. DEGREE, Foundry In Bridgeport Swept By Fire Local Man Appeals Liquor Com. Ruling: Samuel -Fanasu)r,-HJ1)sj'a"e avenue and William Lang of Waterbury, •placed-an-appeal in the court of common p 1 c-a s in Waterbury against' a ruling of the liquor control commission which .suspended the' liquor permit at their , restaurant on 128 Xorth Elm.street in Waterbury. The permit was suspended for four weeks, starting July 12,- on a charge .of refilling bottles or containers .with liquor. Page- Three How, To, Hold ....„_ FAtSE^TEETH s Do-your MJsc-teeth'-ftivnoy and cmbaYi-as'. ytou'.rby/ Dipping, d popping or wabbling, when you CHI., laugh .or. ta.llt?. Just sprinkle, a little FASTEETJf.. on " your platen. Tb'is alkaline. .(non-'acW>.. ppwrter hpld.V.falso-teeth .moro'.iirmly ^nnd niorc jComfortably. Kb ' gummy, gooey, piisty_ taste or feeling. Does not s6or:"C)fft<3lre" 0 iiWw""i6<Iop" .fdc'n'tufo'' breath).' Get FASTEETH today.'at- any-drue store. SPC.CI AL ! lMEN'S::SK iHoiiutifully Dry |Cli;iini.-<I und.l" 'I9EEI9 S Church M. 89c |"Ca(«Jo)f. planning-, 1'our write, Cell- or phone 4-877Z 24 CENTKAX, AVKNUK For t>cpch3alile Auto Insurance —- Sw: Union City Insurance Agency Joseph V. Roxko, A?<;nt 3 Union ,Strc«t Tel. 492K-2952 Ill W.VTIiKBCRV 1 So. Main St. 45 W. Main St. NACGATfCK , '156'Church "St. 21 MAIN ST. Bridge port, Aug.'lO— (UP)—Da.m- afre is .expected- ta be high in the fire which 'swept the plants of Wliipple and Choate company and tft'e Bridgeport Deoxidized Bronze and Metal company early, todfciy. Destruction ot the . foundry at Whipplc . and .Choa.te lias cauisxKj- suspension of a.11 work. And considerable .damage has.b^en. done i.o th-e roundrj', at the. metal corn- .priny. Fire Chief Martin Haydon sa,\-s it is too estimate the total los^. Chief H<iyd«n complained that the effectiveness of the- firs department had been seriously impaired' by the draft.. 1 ' , "If it' hadn't been for. th-a wonderful cooperation of raid wardens and other volunteers, we would, huvc-bean licked," .he Merchant Marine Officers Needed Hertford. -Aupr. JO^Thc Uni .Stjites- ISmployinont Service office nt \Valerbury is assistinp- the War Sliippinfr -Admin.istratJOR to recruit former merclxiru: .niaj'inc officers and seamen to return lo sea to main the ships of our victory fleet, it was said today. As a part, ot ,a.n intensive,.cam? paiRn now beirifr carried on in eastern sKvtcs, Rollio J. Eubanks, Field Representative .of the War Shipping Adm.i'tMstj-ation .-will b« be availablc.-in local. United States Employment Service offices on Aujrust 21 and 22 to-interview men \vitli" sea and navy experience wb'o are; willing- to -return- to,sea, to s:;r-; their country at their, highest skill. Men with such expedience wl.1! report to that office for an interviews PKOV£ FKl£ MUSCLf PAIHS ItfUCVfQ MOM-ALCOHOLIC UHom.luifaR'bel- il» ••dilywate mi amjucd MritdcliRhttd tk* r«ulb.T*- i* In^PtnAininff •I\<H Jind m will rtfM OROOMS rut KAIR • ' RELIEVES OBYMESS R£-«OVCS LOOSE DANDRUFF LADY ETHEl WAVE BAY RUM WITCK HAZEL flAftTEED' BV JOHNSON & JOHNSON Boston,. Aug. db^CDP)— The fa- .the'r of ' one. ot America's top Mar• Ine *c«s wiH. receive a. doctorate in philosophy at,. .Boston'.' university . Saturday.; How'c'yc'r,. the JRov."Sarry A. Ha'n'son will 'be awarded.his ,dn- 't'i'c'e.. ip ..a'bscntia.^ Rev, Hanson is no\v enifoutq to- India to .resume- his .duties as. .ptesidcnt , -t>f- ..Lucknpw university': His .'spji ' Lieut,'. Robert ''' ' . ,^ recently received the. con-' gressjohp.1 ''medal .of; hoi or.; biit is .joo\y > '.nilsslne,'..jii. action,... . ..'. NAIL POLISH? Regular $1.25 RUBBER Bath QO n Spray OO C EMOVER-11 PINT —— Calamine Lotion r 4 Ow. 17 PEROXIDE-11 R^ctat Soreness ••••TIM^i, i Comfort -'••••• G - -P .'if •• VS:; ' V L-'-" : 'T I: ' IV . t. Murphy to. by sendin-gri postage .p're^aid-,' a like •jiotiee to a!) parties-interested and residing, outside' .'this least ,three-'ddy» before »ald day as siBned.- . ,-. .:' : "s j.-.-.^:-.'-."; . ; .STJEPHEN..J, SWEENEY, , '.-.-• ;- '. : Judge,- DID YOtJ: WRITE TODAY? A LETTER MEANS SO MUCH DON'T !D]3i,AY WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE ^ STATIONERY AIRMAIL, : - ; . -V-MAIL PLAIJt..^!^ NOVELTY PAPERS :.;. FOUNTAIN. PENS r- ' : ' Tour' 1 Stationery. Store ,;. ...,*' .. STATIONEBX; .' CARD -' AND CIFJC-.SHOIJ.;,^'. .. _ rrticvcr of itthin<r,'p»infW Vttul »or»o llc«' ftftd' h'rmoTt-noidf. •Brstiiri' •oothlruf cf common ^port conflict, (ot r • flint- ovir vorv tfe?*.-- hrip« mfcctiout pf rm«. tid NiUirs b«il,un.r»ir, bK-kwi' ti»H>«. No o<l — Ttl •ov caurm inAL«Sol4 on tnarer back\BV&T«li^^ thi> naSattt ftUtt fatr ... i Mlt ft? PROLARMONttECIAL

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