Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on August 18, 1944 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, August 18, 1944
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1944 NAUOATU;OK-DAILY NEWS Page Thro * |Women's Activities—Personal & Social Mrs. Brinckerhoff Honored Guest Dinner Sgt. F. Smigelski Wed A teg. 12 To Boston Marine M r.i. Robert Briiickerhol'l', the former Miirjorio Melbourne, wns jioni'i'i'il KLU'Mt "t n, dinner hulil lust nltfht at Sullivan';* inn by fellow ,, n j[/loy<'.i of the Lfwiji ICnKlneerltiK Company otTice. She was presented with ;i ."'" l '. v tllu ^ wll ° HCUmd- «l. Mrs. BrinuUiThnfC was married on .Inly '-°tli. of Bren- Francca Miss Fitzgerald Is Honored By Associates Miss f'.CT.evieve. A. wlin is to In: nmrcK'cl Aii(,'i lsC -•'• to I^dwni'il ,,t' Haftfi>nl, was KUiw Fiw.Koralil I . Thur.sda> ' * \V. l-eahy t of honor at <i dinner nt .[-[nil's, restaurant n'ciiitly. It was j;iveii by a. ^'roup of employees of the r.ewl^ Knir nt'fniiK Co. '[''hint '2. Miss Fif/.^ei aid wa.- [ifrsrnied with a Merlin,, nilvi't- cimifiote ili.ili and a boi iiuc't of t'luweiv. Amon'-: those ut- •.iMiilini; were Ail etc Stasonta. Lil^ lin.'i I'. Smith. I-IDSU Herb, Miiry Kimkus. iiiise Xeulet. Helen Po- cbski, tlvulyn Davi.s, Juanne Har- Vuy. Jane Christiinst-n, Helen But- Uns. Sti'vj Donnl'rii), Robert .Mor- nn and Ann Sovia. Mrs, Theresa Oemcke Appointed Secretary Of Leg-ion Auxiliary .Mrs. Ktlii-1 \Vebf-r o:' Trfwis stn-iT, who wii> r]f>oti'<! pri'sicli'nt of tin- American I-e^'ion aiiNillary \\'c.-ilni>si!ay t-veninfr has appointed -\Ii>. Tlieresii Oetucke a.s her Mec- N'm-tt; Amt'i-ica i.s saiil to po.-. s-i-ss n\oro than one-half Of all o thtr world's wealth. nan street announces the marriage OP her daughter, S-Spt. S-SGT. FJIAXCKS TDLtY JamosTully of Boston, Mass. Both a-ru members of thu U. S. M<u*inu Corps. Tho bride's .sister, Mrs. Winifred KolakosUi of A'auyatuc);, was thu matron of honor and P.F.C, John rielby, U. S. Alarinu Corps, of New Yo;-k, was the best man. The wocldinji ' lool< ])lacc Saturday, Auja:ts !L', lit St. John'scalho- drul in Hhiliiilclphia, Punn. Vivian Bott Celebrates Birthday A corn and' hot dog- roost wa. enjoyed 'Wednesday evening at th home of Miss Vivian Bott of Ben con Valley road. Her guest's included Mrs. A, Louis Kalas, Mrs Francis Janik, and the Mis Margaret Kuppe, Frances Gniay.- clowski, Phyllis Clynier, Constance Linskey, and }3arbara Stone. Mist Bott received a ten piece sut ol china from her friqndy ox a iblrth- ckiy gift. Relatives Here Attend Funeral Of Midshipman Ralph E. Jillson Fred I-I. Stumpf, Mrs. Oscar I Sa.'idcll and Miss Doris Sundell of New Havun road attended the funeral of Midshipman -l-c Ralph E. Jillson in Thomaston Tuesday. Midshipman Jillson, who was dllud in un accident recently at ho U. S. Naval' academy, Anmipo- i's. Md., \vaw a nephew of Mr. Stumpf and a cousin of the San- lolls. Birth Of Daughter Is Announced Mi;, and Mrs. Raphael Patterson of .N'orth -Main street nnnouncc the birth of u daughter, Wednesday, August 1C, in St. Mary's hospital, Waterbury. s Electrical Storm; Breaks Heat Wave In Connecticut ''Hartford, Aufr. IS—(UP)—A .so vcro electrical storm nan broke; the seven-day spoil of 9D-(lcffi-c heat in Connecticut. The wealho bureau 'forecasts showers for to clay and cooler weather for th weekend. 1 Last night's storm—accompanied by hail and high winds in the west em part of -Connecticut—disrupt eil power lines and put hundreds of telephones out of order throughout the- suite. Fires set by lightning destroyed 7!"i tons 1 of Imy and oats find some 'arm equipment in n 1 hiu*' belong- j to Donald Ferris of Newtown Another fire destroyed 'the attic ind an ell section ol the home of Edward Elkin at Cobalt. Electric power in one section ot 'tiddlctowa was disrupted after an iiitomobilo ' driven by Mrs^'Francis S. Curry of M'ericlen skidded i ml struck 11 utility pole. Dr, Cinq-Mars, Well inown Here, Dies 10-JAR CANNERS S5.9S . .Also CANNING .1AKS ami ACT.'KSSOKI ES NAUGATUCK HARDWARE NK.VHV HUII.DING Tel. 5212 CI,J-:AKA>'C'li Summer SO Dresses t * 1 Prompt, Kxixirt \Vi\TC\l & ./KWKM William Schpero *Ti'\vrlf-r ISO C'MUKCH ST. — I Tlifrlit Up — Chief And Mrs. Gormley . Return From Vacation Chief of Police John Gormlay and .VICM. Gor.iiley of Beebo street save returned from a stay in Cleveland, Ohio. They aiso visited their son, Jack, who is taking his bool training at the U. S. Xaval center, Sampson, IN. Y. Pfc. Frank Brennan Returns To Texas Society Meets With Mrs. Mowrey Wednesday The executive committee oC the Woman's society of Christian Service wiil meet at -1 p. m. Wednesday. August 23. at the home of .Mrs. Fred Aluwroy, S'l Kockwell avenue. A business session will follow and a pot luck supper will take place at 0:30 o'clock. P.F.C. Frank Brenna.ii has re- Utrnecl to Fort Worth, Texas, after visiting with his ]xircnu>, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bronnan of Ward struct. Left Thursday Fcr Vacation Arrllut Sr.iith of Rubber avenue and Jack Lent of New street left yc-stcrday on a vacation trip. They expect to visit in Chicago, Til.•,?••" • iV-',-, Beard Of Deacons Meets Monday A .speci.'il meetiiij,- of iho Board of Deacons of the Hillside COIIKTC- Rational church wiK be hold Monday evening, August 21, at the church. Recent Visitors In New York City Raymond Hotchkiss and son, riaymorul. Jr., of Oak street were recent visitors in Is'ew York city. '.Dr. "Leon P.' Cinq-Mars;" of 946 Vest Main St., Waterbury, died, esterday at his home. 'He was .well nown in NiHiifratuclc. He was n. esident of Wixtorbuj-y - since 1920 nd had 1 practiced .natureopathy ere since fhat time. He waij born innda Dec. -10,-1873, the son. of Prosper and Philomimi (Mon^min.) Cinq-Mars. Survivors include his wife, two dati^ruors and two sons. The fu! noral will he -held from ihc Al' dersati funenil home. 70 Ce^ntrjil avenue. Wat-erbui"}', tomorroxv afternoon, at 2 o'clock, with Rev, Duryl Wiliiums, Prospect Congregational church, officiating. Bu'ria.1 will be iiT Prospect cemetery. Friends may call at the 1 ^u'ne home today from 3 to 5 and from 7 to 9. ' A. Year Ago World War August 18,1943, ,, XBy. United • British, American and' Canadian aircraft bombs Germany In wider spread day,and night raids in record .24-hour'assault by nearly 3,000 .planes; -11.-British heavy bombers 'we»'';'.lost. . ' ;-- • • ..'.Jn' Quebec, Canada, 'President Roosevelt -and Prime Ml n later Churchill work with military leaders over a 1 detailed master plan to force and take the Nazi bastion.- On. the .Russian front, Reel army di'lves ahead in a general advance on the .Kharkov line; Russians capture Zmyev,'20 miles south'of Kharkov. •••'•• ' Marshal • Pletro 'Badoglio and former' Premier Orlando broadcast to the Italian' people their unhup- liness over the loss of Sicily. Girl Accidentally Shot While Playing Game With Friend .-.; Stam'fard; AUK. ,".' 18— <.U,P)~Eleanor Knepper, 12 years, eld, -has been shot'In the face with' a! shot- Kun while playing- "Cops, and Robbers" with a friend. Police said 'that 11-year-old Es- Lher Jensen got the gun from her fathers .room during his absence and pointed it at her friend from a distance of about 20 feet. The. Knepper. girl 'is at a hospital' with -jaw -wounds and- an eye wound that may cost her.: the sight of one eye. B0|y Burke Returns TbCDlfWars Billy Burke, former local resident, has entered the All-Ameri- iu.n Open golf tournament in Chiro, which starts next week, it s ' reported today. ' This is the Irst .participation, in a national our-noy in-, about, four years for ho foi-mor .Hop Brook caddy. Burke tfained national promi- ence ,in Ifl.'Jl, when he wonrthi? na- ioirnl Open. He placed high in thcr tournaments after that and las remained one of the better -olfei-s in the United States. He resident of Cleveland, Ohio, at he present. 'Eurico, n member .of a golfing unily, has two" brothers, who are Iso well-known for their golfing bilities—Eddie Burke is the pro- cssionn) at the Hacebrook coun- •y club in Now Haven, and Pete urke'of Union City has won the trite championship and .other ournaments :n this vicinity. A third brother, Lt. Joseph Eurkow- ski, is a prisoner, of war in Germany. • Nitroglycerine has an explosive force 33 times sreatar than that of commercial gunpowder.- - - • Mr». Arthur .George and Ron will leave tomorrow to spend a week. in 'Brattloboro', Vt. Mrs. George'* mother, Mrs., \Vallace Traycr, will ai»o make the trip. • ". . Mrs. John Smith Is HpcridinR-lho week 'in Atlantic City,- N. J. •Mr .and Mrs; LaRuc Hill.of New Haven road have removed to Andrew, avenue. ' William Hutt, Jr., is in Hanover. MUMS., -with friends this week. HIGHLAND 92 HIGHLAND AVE;; ,"' • T^t. MM, '"'' ,' - ROCCO, BADp,. Prop. ; More than one half of Canada's $3,900 million 1943 budget was fi-, nojncetl by tax revenues. In 'the J. S. about 32 -per cent of -the mdget came from taxes. Wanted Part or full.time help, male or female. No experience neceiwary. CITY BAKERY 171 BOY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS BUY WAtt BONDS AND STAMPS Mrs. Griesbach Improves At Hospital According to authorities at Wa terbury h'ospita!, Mrs. Hans Criesbach of 33. 1 } May street, is coming ulon^ well. Mrs. G'riesbach fr;ic- luruU a hip in a fall at her home several woolts ajjo. Her husband is a well-known local dentist. Tanjronyllsi territory, formerly a German colony known as German First free school -In America, was j East Africa, .has an area as large established at Occlhiam, Mn*t«jc!ui- .as that of pre-war GcrmaJiy and setts, in 16-M. ! France combined. SPECIAL! MEN'S SUITS Ot\ • Hemitifully Dry r\Mf* Cleaned and Demothed \JV\f DEEM S Church St. Electrical Supplies Lighting Equipment BOMB 'KM WITH BOMBS Victor — Columbia — Pucca Jfccord.t SWAN. ELECTRIC CO. 15 CHURCH ST. TEL. 2574 Pfc. Connors May Furlough Soon Aftor spondinff 19 months in the Southwust Pacil'ic thculei' of war, Pfc. Charles Connors of Barnum ?otirt. itJ reported to be in San KYa.ncI.scr>, it was reported this morning. Pl'o. Connors has a hand injury, uul cxpocts to bo sunt to a hospital n the East for treatment. Tho ox- cnt oC tho injury, or how it was iU.sialnod, was no: learned. A former employe of tho street Icpartmcnt, Pfc. Connors has been n the service about two and a half years. According to letters to friends in the borough, ic has seen considerable action. H"c looking forward ito a furlough, 10 stated in another letter, and open to bo i:l N'auK£itnol< soon, CLEARANCE CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS $1.69 and $1.89 NOR WASH Shoe Store EVERY HOME Can Use Some New Pictures! WE HAVE A NICE SELECTION TO CHOOSE FROM . Florals Nuttings Baby Pictures Scenes -SMAM, OJl LAKGIS — TUKYVRE HERE MIRRORS VISIT OUR BALCONY DISPLAY BRIGHTEN YOUR ROOMS All Our Mirrors Are Pittsburg Fine POLISHED PLATE GLASS FRAMED OR .UNFRAMED $ ^^5Q MANY DIFFERENT SIZES O««J*7 up SO.MKTHIXG U'O FKAMK? WKXT, DO IT SWEENEY'S ART AND STATIONERY STORE "Woterbury'f Friendly Deportment Store' Store Hours Thursday, 9:30 A. M. to 9 P. M. Steal-a Fashion Page from the Men • . • • ^ . • . • y Men's Wear Flannel Companion Suits Suit...$35-00 ' Coat,..$3 5-00 \M. FREEDMAN CO. + STORE CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY DURING-AUGUST ' 25% REDUCTIONS IN' WOMEN'S AND ., CHILDREN'S SUMMER;, CLOTHES IN OUR M. NEARY BUILDING NAUGATUCK, CONN Softly tailored all wool suits and a matching topper, make constant companions that go placidly to work, lunch in town, or a stroll down the "main stem." Suit jacket features the new flag shoulder, loose fleeting sleeves and two large set-in pockets. Three huge novelty buttons close che jacket. Skirt is trimly cut with trouser pleats. Matching shortie coat has velvet collar, set-in pockets and pleat in back. Grey only in, sizes 14 to 20. FASHION FLOOR To turn a prettier ankle. Bright plaid skirts in red and blue, tan and 'brown and blue and .navy combinations, featuring double box pleats front and back. Sizes 7 to 16. Dainty blouses in soft and tailored styles compliment your skirts. Some are white background, sprayed with dainty flowers, others in dots, and solid colors. Convertible and high necklines.. Sizes 16. . $2.29 FASHION FLOOR .01 Duration favorites, these, for they. are. hose that/ really fit. Fashioned with lisle cotton top, reinforced cotton feet, and trim seams. You'll have; no -trouble from bagging, or stretching^ at the knee and ankle. .TheseVhose actually dry so you .can -.wear them in 8 to 10 hours. ^ In Sun- dash shade only. Sizes Vsy> to ' " " STREET FLOOR

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