Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on August 16, 1944 · Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1944 NAUOATUOK DAILY NEWS Personal Birthday Of George Kelly, Jr. Is Celebrated A hot-dOK roast was held recontlv ut the home of William Dolnn, Curtiss street, in honor of Geo Kelly who was celebrating his birthday. Bicycle ridin>,' 'wns en- joyt-d anil panics \vere played. Thoso attending were: Theresa Aquavia, Jane Ituccio, IMnurinc Unly, Mtiry Dolan, Ailn Mor Ann Byrne. ChicUy Kllmasxnsvski, Carol Klorm.-ski. Also' Joseph Owens. Cliot Boblu- Kki. .hike Cuddy, Stanley Bublnskl, John Murphy, William "C'hop.s"' .Dolan and George .Kelly. Lt. Donald Garrick Returns Prom South Pacific I_ieut. Doniild CJurriek, L". S. N. K.. son of f'atrtilinan anil Mrs, .Miii-tin Carrick of High street, returned Tuesday from the South J'aeillc and is visit7nK with his parents and his wife in \Vuturbury, of No Meeting Thursday Of Kennedy Circle Ki-nmidy circle, Daughters 'Isabella, will not hold their reKu- lar niei:tlrij,' tomorrow eveninj; due to tlit- hall tieirtK ivdccuratud at this lime. No nifVtinjr will bo held until further notice. Smith Family Returns From Vacation Mr .and Mrs Leo Smith and son, I.fO, Jr., » f .Vorth Main street have returni-d from a vacation spent at Ijike QuHssapau^r, .Mitkllebury. Apron-Jumper Hazel Anderson, Henry Bulka, Are Engaged George Anclci-son of Ward street unnoumios the erj^ugemont of his sister. Hazel Marie, daughter of the late Mr. «iici Mrs. Clitirlcs Anderson, to Henry Bulka, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clic.star Bull;a of Scott -sU'cct, Pot Luck Supper And Meeting Of Bible <k Class Tomorrow . The monthly meeting of the Fidelity Ei'blc class of the Naujfu- tuclt Methodist church, .will .be hold tomorrow at, the home 'of Mr. and Mrs.' Noble Fasseit, Beu- ccyr.i Valley roacK . '' A pot luck supper will take pioc. in the kite afternoon. The business meeting- and a white ulaphum sale will follow. Eye-Taking,!-^ Mrs, M. Williams Visiting- Sister Mr*. Mru'Knret Williams of 21 Walnut .itivi't left todny fur a two weeks' visit with her sister, Mr M. Hnrbs o:' \Viltun, Conn. Special Meeting- Legion Auxiliary Tonight Tho American Legion /iiixilinry will hoiil a special mooting this evi-nlnK cit S.-30 o'clock in Pythlam hall. All membera lire urpod to attend. TATTER'S Xo. K2I-JO Ric-rac brnici adds the novel apron effect to this cute little jutnpvr — ami of course the playful bunnies will delight your young lady, Pattern envelope con.tains hot- iron transfers foi> tlio dejsifr.'is; shown, plus complete directions for making the jumper in sixes, 1', •! and a. Our 60-page multicolored book of Noodle Arts containing five free patterns, and momy othiir i Ladies Of Hillside Church To Hold Lawn Party; Thursday The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Hillside Conttrofratlonal church will assemble for a lawn party at the home of Mrs. C. G. Swanspiv, 21-1 Park avenue, tomorrow afternoon. The banks distributed at the beginning of the year will >be opened tit this time. Patricia Sanders Visited In Penn, tions for dressing up your home and yourself is now available. Send your request for this book to the' address lifted b u 1 o w, enclosing iwirnty cents (20c.) in cohw to cover the cost and mailing charges, •Send 11 cents (coin) for above pattern number to Xciugatur.k Daily News, Needle Arts Dept., P. O, Box 1172, Station D, New York 3. N, Y. Please include your postal itcn'.u number, Miss Patricia Sunders has returned to her home on Central avenue after spending a six weeks' vacation with her grandmother in ilunson, Penn. Alvin Hepp On Furlough Pvt. Alvin. Hepp o[ Camp Ereck- enridgc, Ky.. :s spending a furlough with hi* parents, Mr. sine! Mrs. Andrew S. Hepp of South Main street. William Lannon Home From Fort Dix " •'.•* ,'• :'_, , ' '••' (By United Press) ^...Reliable Washington sources say that-the United States has temporarily frozen Argentine gold deposits In this country. ;; ' This move underlines the strained relations between the United States and Argentina, which have {^deteriorated ste'adl ly • since Socre- tar.y,-oY'Stata Hull'a, recent charge that' the:"South; American nation is he'lpihg-. 'the Axis, ' ' ' . Capital reports';say that Argentina removed some of her gold to BueriOB Aires some time ago. More recently the Argentine Central bank requested 'additional ' transfers', •'.Arul informed .quarters say that Xlncle Sam' .' turned thumbs down oh .the 1 request. The treasury .and state 1 departments! have declined to comment on the reported f reeze.v. . '• " Proposals for even 'stricter econ- .om'lc sanction* against the Buenos Aires government are said to be under advisement. In Washington. Union Officials Say Closing Plant Yanks Receive CoTimunion Before New Invasion 11 MS PATTERN 1201 Calvin Borg- Left For Service SPECIAL! MKN'S SUITS Oi\ Hriintifi!ll>- Dry /S^T/* Clciiiii-il n'nd Di-inotbod \J*/\* D£EN 0 Chureh SI. Calvin Borg, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Borg of Church street,- who recently cnlistad in the U. S. Maritime Service, left Monday to begin training as a machinist's mate, in Brooklyn, N Y, i . Staff Sgt. William Lnnnon, who is stationed at Fort Dix, N.J., is spending afurlough with his parents, Mi-, rind Mrs, William Lannon of West mountain. State-owned automobiles in Nevada are required to carry a full Icvul of passengers. Cut with charm and exactness, this bewitc.liing Princess dress will be your favorite frock. 'Make it up i'n the prettiest pastel cottons you can find. Barbara Eell Pattern No. 1201 is designed for sizes 11, 12, 13, 14, 16 and IS. Size '12, short sleeves; requires 3 3-S yards of. 39-incli material. • ; Good news for all home dreas- akeri; the new Fall ABC Pattern Book is ready! Send tor ^L copy today, it costs- only 10 cents. You may order a o.opy with a 10 cent pattern for 25 cents, plus, 1 cent postage. For this attractive'pattern -sertd 20 cunts, together with your name, address, pattern number and -size wanted to Barbara Bell, Naugatuck Daily News, Post Office Box 09, Station G, New York. 19; N-. Y. Kenneth, M. King'sley To Wed Anna Narber Amounts To Lockout Stamford, Aue. 16—(UP)—-Union officiate charge thut the closing of the "Brown. Brothers Brass Foundry at Stamford on grounds it was for wale amounts to a lockout. Francis X. Lynch, district representative of the ' International Moulders and Foundry Workers union, A. F. of L,., aays he will take the case to the National Labor Relations Board as unfair labor practice. Tho plant's '1C workers were paid off- last week by the company president—John Brown—after the Wai- Labor Board had ordered an election held at the plant to determir.e whether the workers would be represented by ix union. Brown said: "I'll quit business rather than be dictated to by the union," and he American infantrymen kneel, la front of ;i priest sorvinc Communion to them juM, In-fore they, honrded Invasion craft to head for the' beaches of southern F/ancc. Invasion fleet* are reported to have carried the troops from Italy, Corsica, Sardinia, and Africa, to their new landing points. This'Is un official IT.. S. Sijrnul- Corps Radiophoto. (International Soiindphoto) intimated dry. he would sell the four.- You Saw It in VOGUE-JUNIOR BAZAAR-CHARM So Right for Autumn Lines as crisp as autumn punctuate this two- fi/ccc gabardine itesigntii by \\V\M?Wv\V\Oi . SUM and hi any jili/atinn, it ofttn the contrast of in a rayon /afftta Lovely mellow colors in sizes 7 to 15 and 8 to 16. Wedding intcntians liave beer, filed at the o:llco of Town Clerk ft, J. St. John by Kenneth M. Kingsley o:' Woodruff avenue and Anna B. Marker of 300 Galpin street. Ellen Woodin At Bantam Lake ?.Ti.--s TCllen Woodin of Walnut street is vacationing- at Bantam lake. Returned To N. Y. After Visit In Boro Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Nelson, and family have returned to their home in Is'ew York after. apendLng .tJio past few days with M'r, Nelson's parent. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nelson o\v Grove street. Dorothy Robinson In l{ova Scotia Mrs. Victor Rohs In DesMoines, Iowa Mi's. Victor Kohs of Quinn street left -Monclny with her son, Eldon, for Des .Moinos. Iowa, where she will spend the next few week*. Jellyfish Attack Embryo Oysters Milford, Aug. 1C—f UP)—The oyster population o!T Milford has been invaded by hordes of. comb- jellyfish. According to Doctor Victor L. tossanoff, fisheries biologist, the i.'inlhilation will not be noticed by consumers for about four years, because the jellyfish attack em )ryo oysters nnd it takes fou •Cars'Cor'them to develop to table sine. Dorothy Robinscon, daughter of Mr. ,'i.n.d Mrs. Fredericlc Robinson of Oak street U spending 1 the summer visiting her grand-mother in Bridgetown, Nova Scotia. Spending- Several Days At Bantam . Mrs. John Woodin and daughter, Ellen of Walnut street, are spending several days at Bauvtaai Lake. Mr, And Mrs. Thynell On Vacation To Study Post-War Projects Planning- Board The borough will have a new town hall, three new bridges, a recreation building, sewage disposal plant, and a public incinerator if post-war planning" comes to a reality. Warden Leo J. Brophy said this morning that a list of post-war projects will be submitted to the borough planning com-: mission Thursday night for action, and any recommendations will be presented to the borough board of warden and burgesses. The list is incorporated in a report requested by the federal government's Special Committee on Post-War Economic Policy. Most of the proposed projects are in the design or idea stage. -Th« borough would sock federal aid for any projects that would be approved. The meeting of the planning commission will b'o addressed by L. Theodore Scott-Smith, who will speak on zoning, Mr. Scott-Smith j is a member ot the Waterbury j planning commission. , Representatives Of Labor Groups Going To Europe Washington, Aus. 1C —fU P)— Representatives oC 'America's two ti\K labor organisations—the AF-of-L and tho C-I-O—arc flying to war-infested Europe within the next week. The purpose of the trip is to aid in the rehabilitation of free trade union* in, Italy. The labor representatives also Mope to help in the revival'of democratic labor movements in France. Germany and other European nations. MCST SAVE PAPER Boston, Augr. 1C—(U P>—Firms which destroy waste paper instead of contributing it. to the salvage drive will be checked by the War Production Board. Sumnor -Andrews, industrial salvage director, says that dump masters and volunteer workers will report, concerns whjch make a. practice of throw- Jng out wiflste papsr. Then, continued Andrews, officials of i.lio. comparJe.s will be a«Jced to give •11 used 1 paper to the drive. BEST VALUES IN Re-Upholstering & Slip Covers Phone 4-064.5 For Samples and Estimates PRE-SEASON SPECIAL For Limited Time Only. 2-PIECE LIVING ROOM SUITE Re-ljpliolslorpd • 35995 ALLEN'S Upholstering Studio MA.STKH CRAFT ARTISTS—Re-upholsterers and .Manufacturers of New Furniture. All work done by experts In OUR OWN SHOP assures you of the highest quality workmanship and materials ut. LOWEST PRICES. 1 GRAND STREET CORXKR SOUTH MAtX ST. WATERBCRY. REFUSING TO BAKE Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Thyncfl of P.i.rk avenue arc vacationkif at Groton, Conn. Concord. Is", H., Aug". 16—(UP)! —The latest heat wave casualty is j apple pie. Thats what State Mur- j ket Bureau Director Walker A. | Fclker says. He reported that pie jipples are glutting the market bc- eaubse housewives arc refusing to bake in 100-degrec weather. Mexico and the U. S. are divided by international frontier that is 1,833 miles long. Discuss Fashions CLEARANCE CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS $1.69 and $1.89 Re)f. S2.-I9 NORWASH Shoe Store WAC Pvt. Axsimtu J. Juccl (rlRht);- of Hollls, fconjr Inland, examines the cup worn by Neilo. Ko.sttira, n member'of tliu Yiiffo- shiviun army )uf Liberation, during- a visit to an Americiui ho.s- plt:il in Italy. Kostiira is credited with killing in Gerninns.,. Tho WAC is a mcmbor of the U. S. J5th Air Force. (International) EVERY; HOME Can Use Some New Pictures! WE HAVE A NICE, SELECTION TO CHOOSE FROM / • Florals Baby Pictures Nuttings Scenes SMALL OR LARGE — THEY'RE JlKltK MIRRORS VISIT OUR BALCONY DISPLAY BRIGHTEN YOUR ROOMS All Our Mirrors Are Pittsburg Fine POLISHED PLATE GLASS FRAMED OR UNFRAMED $O CQ MANY DIFFERENT SIZES . - SOMETHING TO FKAME? WE'IX DO IT Up ! CAN ALL YCVll CAN! Moit of us have bigger Victory gardens than ever before. AncI we should can more than ever before! The preservation of fruits and vegelables has a direct bearing on the outcome of the war. Every bit of waste helps the enemy. Every saving helps .our allies, M .well'as ourselves! • Every jar of food you preserve for your family means just that much less you will have to buy — just that much less you will take from the nation's supply, and a saving in .your food stamps and your food dollars'. Food is au implement of war. Food fights for freedom! Do your part by •preserving now. Can all you can! PLAN NOW FOR A MODERN KITCHEN FOR YOUR HOME AFTER VICTORY Buy I/. S. War Bonds and Stamp* every payday to help bring victory to the United Naliont.^Thf bomb. you buy today are inturance /or happine**tomorrow. '"' " L SWEENEY'S ART AND STATIONERY STORE

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