Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on September 7, 1944 · Page 3
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, September 7, 1944
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J>r*s. Solo, r.ha, ''alls, * th« thn THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1944 NAUGAtUCK DAILY NEWS Page Three t V .Women's Activities—Personal & Social /£fl bethHackett Guest Of Honor At Hot Dog Roast Campus. Frock! A I:-' ly i" ILlClil 1 " I-dog nKiyt was held rccent- liotior ft Miss Ellv.ii.both North Spring strop!, i-itv who is to bo nuin-lt'd l nit" 1 ' •'' f , , * • ntrmbiM' "'• to Leonard Mc*• i!h "' Wii'.orburv. The V, V "i'vi'ii •'' """ flomc oi ' Mra. rttt-n Mi'llx'urm' o!' Rubber av- ,l' uo with Miss Jiinc Bently, Mrs. Bob.-!-: Hrinci'i-rhoff and Miss Ag,< puled'."!" serving as hostestirs. "'•-(•..isi' pri'i'i'nt were: -Mrs. An- Mrs. Anna Draguln, Ostrnm. -Mrs. Aniiln Alex Halccrski. Mrs. vr; i r!!.-ir!i' \lsn ini'lcs Fogal'ty. Sr., and Mrs. '.< l-'niTMi'ly, Jr. tin- Misses' Suhinn. Wurron. I.ue'" 1 . iir "' J"-nc Euntk'y. Klon-nrc Preus ol' Plnes- . Miss I'.i'!ty Baukat of Ron- allM, Mr.". "I'liorii'is Cullinnn. Rita DccomericU. and Marion .Ri}Miss Goor- c ,n nnd t!"-' Misses jf,irjr:i."i't fii't-'a all of U'atcrbury, ; M . yui!'..'i:ibiiry °t' Virginia, and icl t'liirsirty. l^o Miss J;ine Bently. Mrs. n-i". Brincherhoff, .'Miss Afrncs ci'i'shi. Mrs. lOdwIn Melbourne, . Jiltn P. Hni'Uctt, find Miss abi-tti HacUi'tt. Card Party Friday At Millville Library Mi's, 'i.'in lo Ju' r?esrntind is In chnrgo iinTits for tho card party by thi 1 Millville Library tsuoci.-itiyn in Library hall Friday s: S:.".il |L m. There will be lablcs (or pir.nchle, bridge and setback, tr.f! !'i'frct.l::ne!its will be served. The library will be open at 3:,"0 c'clix'k :r. :hi' afternoon for tho c.vch»ni.'o f>f books. Return From Vacation At Clinton Mvx. Arthur IViii-son and diiugh- •r. Klo.'inor. of Grove xtrout, and Mrs. M.-ir.-tiall Long nnd children, tridd nnd PaviU uf Dayf_.n road, h:ivc I'riiKTH'il from Clinton. Conn.. 'T" ih.'.v had been vacationing /or th" past month. Tatigian Family Homo From Bay View Mr n rid -Mrs, John Tatiginn and fiirnily have rcttunf.'d tr. thi.-ir home on U'nlnut ti'i-racr nftor spending Ihc summi'i- at nay View, Milford. Red Cross Nurses Made 276 Calls During August Nurses of Naupatuck clinplc Anici'icun Red Cross, made 27 nursing culls during Lhe mont of Auprust, ii lias boon nnnounccc There were '16 new patients gi\ en euro and •!- wore dismissed a I well. Twenty-six babies were r | istcrccl at the Well Baby confei I once. Dr. And Mrs. George Cronin Entertained At Roast Dr. and Mrs. George Cronin o Rockwell avenue entertained at a. "hot dog roast Monday at thcil home. The Kacsts included: Mrs. Richard Cronin, Mrs. Ann Wright Mary. Patricia and George Cronin ol" Naugatuck, Dr. and Mrs. Francis P. Barnes and children, Merle, Stocldai'd and Briar.; Dr. and Mrs. Leon H. Phaneut' and children Mrs. James ill. Brcnnan daughter, Faith Ann, Mrs. Molly Stocl I dard. Charles Edlin and children, i Charlotte, .Gordon and Theodore, all of Water-bury. Robert Nixon Home On Leave Robert Nixon of. the U. S Coast Guard is spending a leave with his rather, Kmmct Nixon of Highland .ivemic. He has just returned from England JUST RECEIVED A Lurgi- Slii|>iiiiMit ot NEW ITEMS In Our Gift Department ^ NAUGATUCK HARDWARE .NKAI4V I'.UILTJING Tel. 5212 I'ATTKK.V 1951 Of course It's just as nice of f the Campus as it Is on — but it's the aorl of frock high school nnd col- It'ge girls want in their fail wardrobe:;! Make it up in flowered cropos for a "date" dross—in smart woolens for a classroom dress. Barbara Bell Pattern No. 195-1 is designed for 10, 12, 1-1, 10, IS and -0. Size 12, short sleeves, requires 3 1-2 yards of 39-inch material. Plan your fall clothes now! The j new .full and winter pattern book, i "Passing in Review" is now ready' —contains 32 pages of I he top hits in clochus the boys in uniform admire—"Date" frocks, street wear, sportswear, clothes to wear on the home front—snappy school clothes for juniors and children. Price 10 cents. For this pattern, scnc! 20 cents, in coins, your name, address, pat- torn number and sl-/.e wanted to Barbara Bell. IN'fuigatuck Daily News, Posit Office Box OS, Station C, Now York J?, N. Y. William Dunn Returns From Sampson William Dunn, S 2-c. has completed his boot training at the ,Xaval Center, Sampson, N. Y., and is spending several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dunn of Culver street. Recent Visitors Of Mr.-Mrs. C. Koehler Mrs. Arthur Wedge and daughter Eernice, of Hartford, were recent visitors of Mr .and Mivs. Charles Koehler of Highland avenue. Preparations Are Nearly Complete For Union Picnic . Stephen Knaplk, chairman of Local 40, United Rubber >Vorkers of America outing' and picnic' to be held next Sunday ai Linden Park, stated today that more thnn 500 tickets huve already been distributed for the even which promises to be one 1 of the largest 'jf Us kind in the history of the Naugti- tuek labor jyi'oup. Large delegations will be present from Bristol, R. I., ancT Pn.f- saic,. N. J,, rubber locals, in addition to a very largrc turnout of members ot the union group here. Chairman Knapik also revealed clay ihnt..pensioners of the U". S, Rubber Co. who are members of Local 45, will be the guests of the, outing: committee on Sunday, and all servicemen in uniform will bo admitted free. The bill of fare for the picnic which will continue from 10 o'clock Sunday morning until S o'clock at with dancing to Iho music of Leonard Ray and his orchestra, includes steaks, ronn^fbcet' sandwiches, frankforts, pickles, tomatoes, "onions, sweet peppers, rel- xhes. clams rind clam broth, corn, beer and other beverages. Yank Fliers Liberated By The FFI Letters From Our Readers Tiiiinks to tin; efforts of thrj French Forces of the, J.Dturior, thCNC American fliers shot doivn ovur ein--hi.v territory•-arc -now s:ir<; In liberated Grenoble, Fnuicu. They ure (left to rlRht):. !?|jts. Joseph CiirhlNh, I-luinmcind. Ind.; Alex Swiitar. rhil:i<li;I|>l)ia; CliarlcH Wcst- orlilnd, Wut<:rhiiry, Conn., and Roe Woodis, Allsboru, Ala, OWI Itadiophoto. (Iiituriliitioiiul) Bulgaria May Fight Germany Midshipman Wigglesworth Visiting With Parents C. Lester Wi^'f-'lcsworth, Jr.. «i midshipman at the Naval academy, Annapolis. 'Aid., is visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Wigjtlosworlh of Oak street. Battle Rages On The Moselle River (Continued from Page 1) } I.NVKST in VOi;u J''l.'T(;Ur, » Hi MM'S-. |.;IM •c.xrniN, n« elvrn »-I. IliN srhin.1 t, [II i.,,rr.v ma CHI- In \ li'- I'tiijjjr.... ui.I'M. r»tlri<-«. r<tr Hinrn- J Ilk- 'tr .'\i-nlnt.'. C:ill .N7.1H-:, 5 THE PERRY SCHOOL » I'.nmii lihlc. \Vlltrrlitiry WATI'll A .IKXVKI.KV I:I-:I'.MKIM; William Schpero .. Highland Grocery 92 HIGHLAND AVE. -GREATER SERVICE Army have effected a junction vory'closc to the German border. However, tho Americans arc known to be pushing toward BQP- IVlf":"!" 17 ' ' n-ncon. -IT miles from the Bclfort pocket that connects France with Germany, and the British radio relayed reports that the Yanks were north of .liesancon French forces poundinff up tho Saonc- river valley are loss than fir. miles from the American lines in northern France, There is virtually no opposition. [n onstcrn Italy, however, thn Germans arc putting up a furious battle to hold Rimini, thn Adriatic KiUewny to the Po valley. But the Americans in the western and central sectors arc advancing as the Germans pull back From London—it's disclosed thai. Xax.l flyins bombs have damaged or destroyed more than one million homes in tho London area, But despite that damnKc. it's announced that the battle for "London is over, except possibly Cor a few Ifust shots. Tho chairman of the war cabinet committee on flylnj,- bomb counter m ensures—n>uncp.n Sandys—formally thanked the Americans for their aid in defeating the robot bomb campaign Ij D. IlEBERMAN j^P^ -''• CIII-ISCM .-.'I'ltKKT Air Cadet Roy Is Home On Furlough Aviation Trainee Harold Roy Jr., i:; spending a furloush with his parents of 257 Woostor street The air cadot is st.itio.-icd in Greenville Army Air Field. Miss He has been on active service in tho air cndot program since Jantmry, 19-M. He cnl!sle:l in the nir force in April, ]fl-K!, while still a'.tcndir.t: NsiupuUick hi^rh scl-.bol THOUSANDS VBOSECUTED Washington, Sopl. 7 — (UP) — .Price Administrator C, Eowlcs reveals that -12,000 persons wen: prosecuted for OPA violations (luring the first half of 10-M. Approximately half of tbrit number were deprived of v gasoline rations, Lively And Lovely According to the U. S. fish and wild lite surveys, Minnesota's big game population consists of about MT.'lOO deer, 8,500 bears, nnd about 5,000 moose. SCHOOL SUPPLIES _ SCHOOL BAGS • PENCIL CASES • INKS • PADS • PENCILS • COMPOSITION BOOKS — KvrcrtvTJuxG Your ?liition(;r DICTIONARIES . FOUNTAIN PENS ERASERS SCHOOL WALLETS PENS XEEO — SWEENEY'S ART AND STATIONfiHY STORE Holy Cross College, . Naval V-12 'Unit, Worcester, 3, Mass \"nufmtuelc Daily News, hurch Street, Vau^-atuck, Conn, lor.tlcme.'i: This is simply a brief note, and un-.blc though it may be, ncver- holess, I trust that it will serve as token of my gratitude for the andsomc little memo book recently ceoivocl from Tho News. Indubit- bly, it will more than serve its ', and its compactness rently increases the utility of such ffift. Tonight I have a deck watch, and Gnce have an opportunity to atch up on my correspondence. Soon. I shall ha-.'c completed my. '-12 training. At that time, I lOuld qualify for transfer to one the many pro-midshipman or idshipman's schools, ultimately leading, I hope, to a commission as an ensign Thus far. I have fared well enough, but neither the physical nor the scholastic life has been what one would call easy. And then the high standard of discipline, has proved trying at times, and a bit difliculL to maintain. As a whole though, thp )ifo here is fine, the food is the best, and the environment exccliont. I am indeed fortunate in being stationed so close to home, and occasionally I'm able to spend a week-end in good old Nnugatuck. At the end of the present term in October, I'm expecting a leave of at least live days. Until then, please renew old acquan'-nr.ccs for me in Naugatuck through The News. Incidentally. I receive your paper daily and enjoy it immensely. Congratulations on the rapid strides you've made In Improving The I\ T cws. Ivecp up the good work. Again, many thanks for remembering me with '.he memo book: hope to see you all in October. Until then, I remain. Sincerely yours, ' Douglas J. Thurston U. S N. K. (Continued from Page 1) Surveys of public lands arc mad according to the rectangular sys tcm, first used in mca-surir.g th Northwest territory domains i about the year 1790. BOV WAR BOXnS ANT) S PATTEKX ZVo. B3148 CordeUc, if you can afford, it, but gimp or wool will do to make this lively and lovely hat and bag combination. Pattern envelope contains complete and eosy-to-fol- low directions for the above. Our 60-page multicolored book of Needle Arts containing five free patterns, and many other suggestions for 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 coins to cover the cost and mailing charges. Send 10 cents (coin) for Pattern No. R2148 to Naiigatuck Daily News, Needle Arfs Dcpt., P.O.Box 172. Station D, New York Z, N. Y. Please Include your postal zone number. MURPHY'S YARD GOODS 25c to $1.29 Malt* !ong»r-wear- ing, better - looking tlothei from ihii bright assortment of paitorni, colors and fabrics. G. C. Murphy Co. YOUB EYEGLASSES ' SHOP C. H. Tomlinson Ncnry Building Xaiifi-ntuck, Conn. STOKE'CLOSED ALL DAY EACH MONDAY DUKINU JULY AND AUGUST HAVILAND CHINA STRISIK'S j CENTEtt ST. DIAL S-3T02 ? And Ihcre is prood reason' for Bulgaria to turn on Hitler. Russia has demanded that . Bulgaria fight with the jVllios, ar.d has, declared war o_r. the kingdom to back up l.ho demand. Bulgaria has asked Moscow for an armistice, signifying the Bulgarian desire lo comply with Soviet wishes. However. Moscow has not announced whether the armistice appeal was accepted or rejected. Berlin claims the Red army has invaded Bulgaria. But Moscow-implies thai, the Soviet forces are just marking time on the Bulgarian border to await, developments:. MeanwhiJe. the plight of the Gorman armies in southeastern Europe hourly grows-worse. The Red army h:is invaded Yugoslavia, and is sweeping toward Belgrade. At Belgrade the Russians ' expect to join forces wilh the main body of Marshal Tito's partisans. Then the Allies will maintain an unbroken lino n cross southeastern Europe, and the fate of some 25 German divisions in Yugoslavia, Greece, i Bulgaria, and the Acgrean islands j will bo sealed. Military observers in Cairo say tho 150,00 Nazis in Greece and thi; nearby islands are already trapped by the Russian advance to the west. But those German "• forces not bottled up ut the present time arc going to have a lot of difficulty in escaping:. Marshal Tito, say's thnt Yugoslav partisan forces have cut the main Zagreb-Belgrade rail line in 303 places. North of the Balkans—in Poland —the Germans arc being thrown for another loss by tha Russians. Radio Berlin says that Soviet forces have established a bridgchend on the west bunk ot" the Karew river. Moscow reports other successes in Poland. Tho Russians say that the wedge driven iiuo the main German lines between War- I saw and East Prussia has boon ox- pandcd, :ind that a Polish city 25 miles fiorn E;isi Prussia l-.ns fallen. Assessors Complete Building Checkup Work of checking new buildings in Naugai.uck been compietcd by the assessors, it w:xs ' reported toclny. The assessors' clerk, Miss Janet Evon, is preparing individual property lists for signing. According to the assessors, Luke Comiskcy and Henry Titlcy, there are many more new Houses n.nd ffar.ifjcs here .than there were last yeni'. 1 Chicken coops occupied the bulk of the local building program l.isi year, and the Jlg-ure this year is considerably less. New buildings are traced throujrh building permits issued, which also arc issued for alterations or demolishmont. Tho assessors will meet apain in October, the dates to be announced, to allow property owners to sign th e 1 ists. n o i Weather Report | 0-. o Massachusetts. Rhode Isand and Connecticut—Fair and cooler tonight and tomorrow Eastport to Block Island—Small craft warnings are displayed until 0:00 p. m. tonight. FJRST STEP IN EASY WALKING- Luxor tQSO Norwash Shoe Store A fresh coat of paint oo the wood-work .and walla will make that room new agafcu And if you use the right paint, you can easily keep it clean and new-looking with soap and water; We. recommend llurphy Paints Exterior • Interior CANS, Inc. MAPLE STREET., TEL. 3507 t'l' luvely Soi'l: ;is « kitten's ear- tins little casJnnere dress -— tlic .s;nicy toncli ol.' .ls to put you in a moo«l . , . •vvaist- i;' lines - - - ;ni<l a full skirt that's wo.iHlcil'iil for dauciuy . , . ol.' warm 100 7c- wool, in ini.iutli-WMtci'iny colors . . . sixes 9 to 15. . -* $12.95 The M. Freedman Co. Hustling Was Done To Get Hartford Woman Into WAVES Hartford, Sept. 7—(U P)~Navy olllcials who swore May Uhdgrcn of Hartford .into the WAVES arc breathing a sigh of relief For it took the combined cfTorts of the police department, immigration and naturalization officials and a federal clerk and two busy housewives to do the job. Miss Lindgrcn—who applied for enlistment last August fifth—•was not a citizen at the time. And since petiions for nauralizatlon must be filed 30 days before the date for final hearing—she bad just 30 days to meet the deadline to £Ct into th« WAVES this year. The Navy did some fast talking and persuaded the naturalization ollice—which was already closed for the day—to re-open so that Miss . Lindgren's petition could be filed. A police prowl car was dispatched to round up two housewives as witnesses, and just before the 3 p. m deadline, the petition was <lled. Miss Lindgrcn •— a native, of Sweden—had filed her first papers five years ago. (Continued from Page 1) National income for May totaled $12.091 million as compared with S11.S84 million in April. peel, St., 266; and' Grbvcslde, 37. .' St. Frn.ncis parochial school had an enrollment of- 312 on the opnti- inp day, an increase, of ab-out 2d, its principal, Rev. Albert JTaylor, reported. • >; Registration at St. H c d.w J gjn school was 10-1, approximately the same as last ...year,' Rev, Stanislaus F. Nalewajk, pastor,' announced. .... ;.. . No. /Igurcs on a possible change in , registration figures were available today at the office of Superintendent, of .Schools.'. Chittcndcn. j_ There are 56 watej-falla that arc higher than Niagara; . . > Tired Kidneys Often Bring Sleepless When disorder of kidney function Bum It* polionou. m».turtx>r«n*in in your blood. It may cause naffting backache, rhcumatfo pain», JCK pnlnR. JOM of j?«p and cntrcr, Kettinr W nlthtx, iwcllinK. pumnna under the eyes, headaches and ditiinew. frequent •or scanty pas»a(*> with smartlnc and bnrn- jnv aomctim<M ahowa Uicrv is •omctiiitiK «-n>nrt wilh yoar kldneri or bladder. Don't waill Ask your dr-uitfffst for Doan'a Fills, used successfully by mflljotis for over 40 years. Theyirivc happy relief and will help the 10 milts o:! Iddnty tub., flush out poison * oat »a»u from your blood. Get Do»t'« Fills. NACGATCCK l\ 156 Church St. 21 MAIN ST. WATERBURV 1 So. Main St. 45 W. Main St. You'll find tcore* of special values in service men's gifts at Carroll's! Items for every day use that will be most appreciated ... and you'll also SAVE at CARROLL'S! OVERSEAS! MAILING CARTONS 15* For MjiUng Overmt tilts! 2 for JK LUNCH BOXES with PINT THERMOS IOTTLES '1.69 Ideal for U school lunch boxes. IPARADICHLOR BENZENE ,--. Rectal Soreness G*» R«li*» New loty Vfmy — Sit In Comfort Frolnrmon Rcctml it K quick, cUpe&dftVU reliever of it chine, rainful rrcLnl •orcn«» — Fj-mpioTnn m-hich tnny nlio neccmpunr i pile* nnd hotpfirrhoidt. Bring* *oothfnc itcnnc of comfort upon coniftcc, form* prv* '.octinp film ovet *orc »rc«, hclpt d«lt«r infectious Rcttnft, »J-d Nutvrc b»*l up raw. broken u>suc7. No oil — no.*rcM* to vUfa clotliinK, Sold on money buck Riiamnt«e. Get this modern relict today ... *»k for PR0LARMON RCCTHL DMtnyt Mttkt Ik 49< SANITARY NAPKINS -14c REVLON LIPSTICKS 60e- s l.00 All Shnlts YARDLEY $ 4 Shave Bowls •• DR. LYONS Tooth Powder FLlT-29c MaxFactorPancakeMakeup"-»150 •-' lo "V1TAM1N1S £loi" you 9«' terloin ""*« vltamlni Drcdtvly bol- •need out W*nd«l, *)lh irofl vllol •l*m*M( in full piOI»c*iv» which »v'«ry we>">«n nun hov* lo k»»P «P'IO pot ond wp puerd nolutal < yonlMulMM. Tot* VITAMINS • f"X:" • .•;

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