Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on August 29, 1944 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Tuesday, August 29, 1944
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1944 NAUGATUCk DAILY NEWS Personal Fraternal Murder Mystery Recent Shower n Honor Of Arlene Chat field Mrs. Fruncis I'YoK'.v, ;vu ituliiM- iri'ftl i" 11 '" 1 ' llt the U - S - - l *y l ' bt -' r Cn wnc host ('.i." at n miscellaneous shnwi'r hi'l'l recently ivt her home on Highland avenue In hon„,. 'of Mi.- 1 ." ArU'iu 1 Chat field of South Miii" street. Watortiury. JIJ.IS ChaC'U'ld, who i« !i laUu-u- iorv (oi'hsiitfiim lit thc local pluiit. uMli l'i' nuu't'ird on Sept.* 2nd to [>v:. Krmi'is 1-'. 1'Yi'lcy of thc Army Air Cmp!" ami formerly of Watel- tniry. • NIl! " 1 dial field received many gjlt'f from her local business (rifncU and associates. Tluwo ultfiiiliii.s,' were: Anna Slollu McCimn, Rose Rlli-y. Peci Sc;mlon. Janice Rellly. .Lti- eiili' IVe. Ciithorini' Bro?mahnn, Earbiini Rlmbuch, Marjorlc Howard. AiU-lini' Minicticoi. Julia Youle Dainty Dress-Saver Ircno Shcploy. Anne Alshuk Libhy Clu'i'honi.'ik, 1'uullne Nolan, Mr.". -N'. Towno, Mrs. G. Smith Mr*. B. D.-U'itt, Mrs. R. McFjtr- liinil. Mrs. T. Scully, Mrs, J. ilealy niu! Mr.- 1 . J. Sullivan. Returned From Bantam Lake "Mi 1 *. lOUiu'r Stanford and daughter. Jiistini 1 . ul' Chestnut street and ilrs. Stophcn L,u.<kay uncl daughter, biirbnra. of Hoadloy street, Jiav.' returnod from .Bantam Uiltu when- [hoy had boon vacationing to:- the ;>«K: several weeks. Returned To Home In Spring-field, Mass, .Mrs. Aiitru.ita Abrnhamson and Mr .;ind Mrs. ICrlc l^ackstrom nncl fiimily have returned 'to their hump in Sprinjjtleld, MngM.. after .ipcnd.Tig [he few days visiting relatives ;ind friends in the bot'cmch. Fred Daly Celebrated Sixth Birthday Fred Daly recently celebrated his sixth birthday at u party given him by his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Henry Daly of Elm street, Games were enjoyed and refreshments served. Those attending wore; Mary anno and Kathleen Daly, Sally Murray, Kevin and M a,u r e C'.n Daly. Jimmie Moore. Raymond, Bobby and Donnle Cowling, Tom- mic Hearns, Marion and Tommic Eddy of Wntcrtown, Jackie, Brian and Gerry Daly ot Watcrbury and Donald and Jean "Cooper of Philadelphia, Pa. R2/2/ J',\TTKKN No. J12131 Program Plans Were Discussed By Wesleyan Guild At Meeting At the meeting: of thc Wosleynn Service Guild of the Methodist church held last evening 1 at the home of Miss Rhea Mowrcy, 8-1 Rockwell avenue, plans were made Cor the programs from September to Christmas time. Dr. Byron Hunter will be thc Linda Crosby Celebrates Her Fourth Birthday The 4th birthday of Linda-Cros by was celebrated yesterday after noon at thc home o£ her parents Mr. and Mrs. .John Crosby of IS Lewis street. A party was held, wilh the fol lowing guests being present: Billy Evans, Norenc Holmus, Carol Joy Billy Fairbunk. Elisaa Scully, Curtis Cooper, Jnck Geary, Nancy Walker of Watcrbufy, Donald Wil)'x. •> ." Also, Mrs. Donald Walker, Mrs. Richard Cooper, Mrs, A'mbVose Daly," Mrs. Frank 'Spray, Mrs. orgeWllcox, Mrs. Thomas Scul- y, Mrs, Joshua Fail-bank, Mrs. Lucius Tomlinson, Jr., Mrs. Thomas Gorman and Mrs. William Evuns. You can mnk«clf Ihistrim- * a g lchtt . kartaft i l ^ "SoS" 1 "as h:s topic Details of a club booth for the church fair in December were discussed by the group. Announce Birth Of Daughter, August 26 Mr. and Mrs. U R. Kotii of Fuir- vicw nvonuc announce' the birth of ii il.iiti.'hter, Kristin? Dnrryl, nt thc Watrrbtiry hospital on Saturday, Aiiir. '-6. Spent Summer At Camp Mauatuck wuisted apron, complete with its ehnrminjr embroidery trimming. Pattern enveldpe contains hot- Iron transfers for the designs shown, and complete instructions for making the apron. Our (10-page multicolored boo) of Kocdle Arts containing five frei patterns, and many other suggcs tions Cor dressing up your home and yourself is now available Send your request for this book to the address listed below, enclosing twenty cents (20c.) in coini- to cover charges. Send 1.1 turn No. R2VJ.1 to Naugatuck Daily News, IVivdlc Arts Dep!., P. 0 Box 172. Station D. New York 3. N. Y. Please include your postal ;:onc number. Purchasing- Department Tenders, Party To Frank S. Conklin the cost and mailing cents (coin) for Pat- E, Anderson, Waves, Has Returned To Base , Honry Ackerirum, Jr. son of Mr, nncl Mrs. Honry Ackcrmnn of Walnut street has roturni'd from Camp Maltatuok where he spent the summer. Eleanor Anderson, S. I 5 , ({runner) of the \Vaves has returned to her base at the LT. S. Naval Air Station in Peru. .Tndinna, aftev spending thc past week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, George Anderson of Pleasant View street. She was recently promoted from 3rd class to 2nd class. More than -10.000 pnsHencor and fi'eipht trains are operated daily in :hc (J. S. Birth Of Son Is Announced A s^n was born recently to Sgt. and Mrs. Vincent Cipriano of Waterbury at Griffin hospital, Derby. 1 Mrs. Cipriano is thc former Betty Kannenbcrjr of Elmwood slroot, Naugutuck. Frank S. Conklin of Miildlcbury was feted on his "3rd birthday recently by members of the purchasing department of the United States Rubber company at the White Eagle rcslaurnnt. Attending were: Misses Felice •Mooney, Gertrude Prisa-vafe'e, Henrietta Grisek,' Ruth Reynard, Alice Bice, Phyllis Fredericks, Mrs. Rosalie Anderson, J. Louis Johnson, Howard Hackett, H. J. Seiberling, S. Curtis Blakeslcc, Patrick Mav- iam. A. C.-Hampson and A. S. Peterson of Bridgeport. The mystery .of the lluyclun ] J l;>n- ctarhim . In - Maiiliattun'N latent crime "pu/./.li! uncl thu victim, iilKJvi.', Is JVtr», 4'hyIllK Jt, wife o£ a prominent Importer. Slu- WIIH found badly beaten and straiiulr.d in u clump of hUHhen near thc fitrnud 1'litn- obirluin, (InterimtlonHl) Gustafscn Children Return From Vacation Cpl. William Butcher And Wife Visitors Carol Gustafson, daughter of Mr. und Mrs. Vernor Gustafson of ou'bi'idfce place, h;is been vacationing for the past six weeks in Hnnulen, Conn, Her sister, Violet, spent her vacation in New Haven. Visiting- Friends In Borough Coproral William Butcher of the combat engineers' battalion, Camp North Hood, Texas, and his spending a few days Regulations Are Set Up For Hop Brook Courts As a result' of the popularity of tennis at the Hop Brook c'.ub, particularly ; the enthusiasm of the Bristol company organization, it has been difficult for the volunteer court maintenance men to keep thc courts in top condition. For this reason i'i will be neces- saryVolTective immediately, to close the courts on Tuesday evenings at 6:30 and Friday evenings at 5:30. With the return .of normal conditions, this maintenance work would naturally be, done during the day. but the volunteers who nre so ably carrying on this job now are of American Flier Accounts For Three Nazi Planes ji ' '" • -'' Ninth • Air Force Thunderbolt Base, France, Aug. 20—(UP)—An American filer has sol a new record in economical air warfare. He accounted for three Nazi fighters without fifing- a shot. Colonel Carol W. McColpin of Buffalo, New York, was "leading his group of 10 Thunderbolts near Pans when 20 German planes came in lo attack. Four enemy plane* went after McColpin, and he dove down to tree-top, height. Then he began a scries o£ whipping, slashing turns,' Three of. the Nazi ships dove mlo the ground and crashed when .they tried to follow. The fourth gave up and fled for horac. wife, are with his mother, Mrs.. JNorma ' course engaged in industry during Butcher, of High street 1 I the normal working hours. A few friends and relatives of j The • interested grounds-keepers thc couple, including Carole Yar-' ;lrc Pa'-^ularly concerned with ,-uw. Kdward KoRouskos and Mr. ' kccp ' nfr , lhc courts_ in good condi- and -Mrs. Hobart Butchir,' have ] ^.,1°.?.^ ^f^lV ,?°J^!\? 5^'." been invited to supper this eve- nln B at .Mrs. Butcher's home. Mi-s. Catherine llcMann of Chicago, Illinois, is visitinjr in M:iu- gatuck as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Pal rick Grotty of Melbourn'c letiirned From Vacation In Maine Resumed Duties At Hartford Hospital Miss Grace Millwiud. R. N\, who spent thc past month with her mother, Mrs. John MUJward of Walnut street, has returned to her duties at the Hartford 'hospital. orably with thc golf facilities next season. P. F. C. Melijan Lost His Life (.Continued from T?agc 1) Vacationed At Quonochontaug-, R. I. A PATTERN TO WIN YOUR HEART . . . Joseph Casey luis returned lo his hon-.c on Cherry street after spending a vocation in M.-iino. Recent Visitor At Walnut Beach Jack Stinson. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stinson ot'Trowbridgc place, was a recent, visitor at Walnut Beach. Spent Week At Milford Mr, and Mrs, Hilding Olson and sons, Robert ar.d Douglas, have returned to their home -"on Mew street after spending the past sev eral weeks at Quonochontaug;, R. Mrs. Mary Brosnahan and Mr. and Mrs. William Smith have returned from Milford Conn., where they spent a week's vacation, Mr.-Mrs. H, Moeckel, Jr., Spending- Week In N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mocckcl. Jr., of North Main street are registered at thc Savoy Plaza hotel, New York, where they are spending" the week. , . • ! ing many German prisoners I Prior to hi.s entrance into t l -.e Army. Pfc. Melijan worked as a. carpenter ar.d later was employed at the U. S. Rubber Co. He .-lUojid- ed JVnijgnluck high school. Surviving him are his pnreiits. a .brother, Ted, who is a varsilv athlete at tlie high school, and a sister, Jenny. Pfc' Melijan was home on furlough laic this'spring. Ho would have been 22 years old August If,. Rev. T. B. Long-staff In M^hopac, N. Y. Rev. T. Bradley Longstaff, pastor of the Xnugatuck Methodist church, is in Mahopac.-N. Y., this week where he is attending' the Christian Adventure camp under thc auspices of thc New York East Conference Board of Education. Visited For Several Months In Chicago" ,^ Mrs. Patrick Crotty • of Melbourne court. ' has -returned from Chicago. Illinois, where she spent thc past eight weeks. Masked Gunmen Commit Robbery In Lawrence, Mass. Lawrence, Mass., Aug 1 . 29—(UP) —Two masked gunmen have held up thc proprietor and kitchen mnn of the Mecca restaurant in Law rence. The gunmen left their victims locked, behind a trap door •iftcr escaping wilh $M1. The entered the cafe as the manager, John -Vass, was count- ng his receipts at the cash repis- or., dm; of thc criminals took S7S from thc register, while thc econd stole a wallet containing SG. r ) from Michael Ravachuk, the citchcn man. Success in Peacetime Certify Your Office, Skill*, -wcnk tollmen : of .' Monday, Tucxday, and Thiimday, 8 p. m. THE-PERRY SCHOOL Official Grcfrir School. -" Brown Bid*. WBterbury 15 Hydrants For New Development (Continued from Page I) This Parisian nuun'K^llc, a nictn- lipr fit the French .patriot army, carries a.pistol at her side while t:.t\c Ktiilfc.s tb rough the streets or tlic French cjipital hunting; for German.'* and collaborationist traitors. U. S. Army Signal Corps Riidiophoto. (International Soundphoto) 10 JAR CANKERS $5.98 - AI*o CANNING .TABS •nd ACCES80BIE8 NAUGATUCK HARDWARE NEAKV BCIJ.DENG Tel. 5212 NOTICE! TO OCR NACGATCCK STORE CUSTOMERS! Due to.war time conditions, we arc compelled to clone our >*>u- Kutuck Mtorc. CALt CS For the .day our Route Man will be on your street: Free Telephone Service For Naugatuck Customer* Call Enterprise 4700 . SAVED BY CRIPPLE weather, fire protection there is absolutely necessary. Chief Sheridan said. The new hydrant pipe lines have not yet been laid, it. was stated. The chief is certain that thc local department can cope with a threats in the new developments, providing that there is enough material .11. hand to fifrht the fires with, Thc department with its old hook and ladder truck, two trucks of recent vintage, and two old en- Tines seems to be' enough in re- nard to thc .new pr9Jcct, he said. The; 'chief added that part of the :lcvo!opment is in the outside district, and actually undo:- boroug-h ordinance is not entitled to fire jrotection. "In case of anything lappnninp thero. we will do our x'St," he concluded. r\bmit 5 million pounds of fired (Xirtrifi'de case's are recovered each month from. U. S. training ar.d >rovlnp: grour.ds. It is converted Jnto copper .scrap. Cambridge, Aug 29—<UP)—A 16- yiar-old boy -is recovering from shock ar.d immersion after being rescued from d r o w n i n g by a crippled Boston youth, John Pol- loc kof Cambridge was stricken at Magazine l»each in Cambridge John Booth—the 16-year-old crippled boy gave no though; to a left arm shriveled by infantile paralysis. Eut swam to Pollock.and held him up until other aid came. SHALETT-LUX L;igndcrer» — Dry Clcancru 28 E. Main St., Watcrbury Main Office & Plant, 22 Walnut St. Ext. Watertown — NMtfMudr MJddJebury Sniiirt Fall DRESSES «CQ^ Wools-Crepes ^0^° up ENROLL NOW! 1944 Summer Course of private and individual lessons on the Accordion. AH lessons personally supervised by Domenic Mecca, assisted by expert teachers who have been trained to leach the Mecca System of Accordion playing. Mecca Accordion School 203 BANK ST. WATERBURY PIIOVE 4-I4S3 Far AM>»lMtntMf BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS £++++++++++++'++++++++<+<+• J FIRST STEP IN EASY WALKING- Return From Visit In Hartford Mr. and Mrs'. Hans Ncl.son of Walnut street have returned from a visit in Hartford. Returned From Vacation At Lake Compounce £•'•( tin slinw you ihis and the other beautiful designs by the world's for-' .silver piviftsim-n. Most six piece place settings cost less than SM.'io including tax. S . . . SIIVIHSMITHS SINCl IfOO 68 BANK STREET SCHOOL SUPPLIES • SCHOOL BAGS • PENCIL CASES • INKS • PADS • PENCILS • DICTIONARIES . • FOUNTAIN PENS • ERASERS • SCHOOL WALLETS • PENS COMPOSITION BOOKS VOIT Your Stationer SWEENEY'S s ^ToSv STORE Luxor t(jSO Norwash Shoe Store Mr, and Mrs. John Sullivan of Barnum.court have returned from a vacation at Lake Compounce. China Apparently Trying To Imprpve Relations With Reds WIRACf.E WALL FINISH COSTS ONLY 1198 2 PER CM.LON G. C. Murphy Co. , , v(By United Tress)China has made a move appar- i ently intended to improv'O' relations with the Soviet Union. '/.-'! ' She has abolished thc odlcc .of fronaler defense in S in.-.-k i a n g • province—.nt thc junction':of Mon- fronticr defense in Si'n.kianR troops now arc assigned .to'.the central government command. A veteran member of.'Vvthc Na-' tionalist people's" party^-has been- named governor 1 • of thd^provincci Reliable sources say thc former provcrnor was replaced because he i failed to maintain Chinese-Russian cordiality. . . . . \' Radio Tokyo has been busy warning- the Japanese people the war is coming steadily closer to their homeland, the broadcasts sa-y Tokyo is building shelters and Bearing; its residents for expected' Allied air attacks. • •'• • '. In the drive through Central Burma, British troops. • have cap- Hired Pinbaw on the railroad >to Mandalay, A'nd Allied plnncs from India have "bombed. Japan's main supply line to her Central Burma .roops — the new railway from Moulmcin to Bangkok. As professional pharmacies, CERTIFIED QUALITY .DRUGGISTS deal in health—compounding- prescriptions with the scientific accuracy demanded by physicians, and selling- a multitude of items which,arc essential to the well being- of men, women and children. This is a responsibility—a trust placed in us" by the people of the community in which we exist, and we discharge this trust faithfully by stocking- only those products which meet the highest standards of quality. HAVE YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED AT THE SIGN OF THE' CERTIIED QUALITY DRUG STORE EMBLEM! Naugatuck's Quality Drug Stores Include: Olson Drug Store 174 Church Street Tel. 3341 Naugatuck Drug Co. 1 No. Main St. Tel. 4288 Albert R. Adams 2 Church Street Tel. 2680 Parks Drug Co. 67 Rubber Avenue Tel. 2854 Donovan's Prescription Pharmacy Edward J. Sodlosky 217 Church Street Tel. 4125 411 North Main St. Tel. 4921 _f

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