Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on September 11, 1944 · Page 3
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Monday, September 11, 1944
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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1944 NAUOATUCK DAILY NEWS Page Thre* Women's Activities—Personal & Social Combined Party For Family With ' Birthdays Perfect Jumper! \ A roniliiiu'il lilrtlulny pai-ty In honi't 1 uf Mrs. Joseph Stui-y.l.xki and cluklri'ii. L~K>mUcl. Cluirles uncl Sundin wns lu'Ut yuMtei'iluy uftiirnuan ul thrir lionu 1 mi Oak stfcut, Thulr tiirtluluyc nil ocutir ,t!ils month, Attirmlim; wiji'u: Mauruon Ann Muronc.v. Jny Heavens, ,1 o n n Hiicliinsl'y. ulil Schouley, Jack iluri>ni>y. KusMell Savui'd, Fi-oil Kobinsun, Uoy L-Jiichl unity, Jamen LiihlKlll.M, ,\\*u. Mrs. Joseph GulliiKhor, lira. Uiiytnorul Hotctiklss. ^[H- iln-'il fiiiilrr. .Dorothy OUitrum.Flur- ouco Bucltiittiki, Bei-Uui Riulor uiul Mrs. Jack Moruiu-y, Ml', Mrs. Junto* HeHVenx, -\fr. and Alr.M Aiitlmny Buchiiixki, Mrs. Mar VVnoil. Mi.s.f I-.ydii; Kobtis juul Vic tor Si\v:inowicz. . Mi-. iirul nt;r. Anne Austin, Shirley Kerner Enroll At Mt. Holyoke . South Haf!l<-y, Mas*., Stipt. :ll — MISM Anne Austin. oSO Hillside nv- and Miss Shirley Ann Kfr- -*~ l-'ark avenue, Ts'uupatucU, I'nrolli'd at Mount Holyoko 'c in the lai-Rust group of on; stiulriiUi rVL-r tu bo (urciil't- l i>m- tinm. Three hundred freshmen And 2S new .stii- w i t h advanced standing (iiTivrt! 1:1 Smith HiulU'y for ;iy orientation program of li'ctiii'o.i niul i-ocoption.M which pivo-di- tin; formal opening of .Mount Holyoko'.-! iOSch your UY-d- r.i-wduy evening (Sept. 13) with a i-mi vi xvi linn nddrox.1 by President Ruswrll Griiv Ham. u ,".-il;i [i-.-f.i. '^'***^""*''' Party Held For Judith Decker On First Birthday The first birthday of-Judith Ann Declt'er, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Decker of North Main street, was celebrated Sunday. A party was,held with the following guests being present: Marian intl Cm-roll Ann Stryjcwskl. Dc- uinn Urban, Joan Alexinski, Putty Radwtck, Patty and Donald Shopis, utty Galvin, Buddy Decker, Catherine and ,'len-y Duffy,. Earl nnd Mat-By Douty, Grncie and Betty Xoragong. Also Anna Slryjewski, Agnes Shopis, Mr. and Mrs: Terry Stry- jowski, Mrs. Rose Capecc, Art Ward, Mrs. Henrietta Pecker, Louise Miller and .Emma Zitxinan. BEAGON Correspondent's i>liono 4324 $100,000 Trust Fund For Dogs Mrs. Marshall Bronson Chairman Of Pot Luck Luncheon Committee 1965 10-20 Returns From Visit With Relatives John C'hnstiansun of .st.-vi.'t has rt.-turned from Muss., wht-ri- he visited 1'tir .scvt-ral days. Returned From Vacation In R. I. Church Boston, t'L-liltl.Vu.-i Mr. and Mrs. T. Rice Davis of Tiit-raco avenue have returned I'mm Weekpapaug, R. T., where !hi.-y had Injun vacationing. Spent Summer At Laurel Beach Mrs. JCIIiT. P.aummer of Trow- hridge t'lace has returned home aft«r upending the summer at Laurel Beach, Milford. Brightly Charming- I'.ATTERX I9C3 A perfect jumper which fits beautifully around the waistline, has a nici.-ly flared skirt and attractive suspender "braces" is the sort the high-school and college crowd dote on: The romantically puffed sleeve vlottse with demure bow-tie collar is a honey! Make it in silk or cot- ion, j Batbara Bell Pattern Ito. 30G3 is | designed for sixes '10, 12, !•!, 1C, 18- anc! 20. Sine 12, blouse, requires j 1 3-1 yards of 39-inch material- ' skirt, 2 1-2 yards. Fresh inspiration for home sew ing in our new Spring ABC Pat tern Book—just off the press. Price 10 cents pei- copy. Order an ABC Pattern Book with a 15 cent pat- lorn for 20 cents, plus 1 cent postage. For this atrtactive patter:! send 20 cents, in coins, with your name address, pattern number and sixt wanted to Barbara Bell, Naugatuck Daily News. Post Office Box 39, Station C, New Y'ork 10, N. Y. Mrs. Marshall .Bronson is chairman tif the pot-luck luncheon to be held Wednesday, September 1 13, at 1 p. m. by the Church Helpers of St. Micli.-iol's Episcopal church. All members are asked to attend and bring a covered dish and their j summer project envelopes, A busi- j ness meeting will follow the lunch- ( eon. i The committee making arrange- i nients for the affair includes: Mrs. i Jessie Howoll, Mrs. William Scho- ! Held. Mrs. George Wood, Mrs. John j Trow-bi-idge, Mrs. Hadley Cox and j Miss Alice Johnson. Democrats Name Candidates For Town Offices Nominations for town • olllces were made at n convention of, Beacon Falls Democrats .Saturday night. . .-.;••' ; Conleth Klernan was named to he candidacy for the post of. first cloctman, and Edward Boa for econd selectman. • . Arthur Hackett was nominated or the post of assessor, arid Clara O'Shca for representative: 1 •' ' The convention named 'Joseph Mcnnillo, .Walter MuroiT, arid John Tmski as candidates for constable- ships. • ' The group also named the following: G-corg'c Lairerty, school-board; Mrs. John Donlan, registrar of voters; Robert Spencer, board of tax review; and Harry Classey, board of ilnance. COTTON HOLLOW CorrcNpondcnt'M I'll one 53Z5 Social Club Plans Block Dance later This Month The Cotton Hollow Social club is making plans for a block dance to be held later in September, it was •cporied this morning. The dance s an attempt to raise funds to send Christmas packages to the Cotton Hollow men in the armed orccs. Twenty-eight names the Cotton Hollow Honor Roll. Jury Helps Hotel Expel Letter Writer Republican Caucus Tonight . The Republican electors will hold a caucus at the town hall tonight at S p. m, with Christian Heiss in charge of the meeting. According to tlic term* of u will filed by thu late Mrn.-May Mi Shaw •Ontario, Canada,' Mrn. Ida Mac MoGiiirc- (aliove) -will-Jiavu life ; ln- torctit In 11 trust fund of .<Sl<m,()OGi provided K|IC agrees to ciire for 15 I'uklncsi! dogs left by -Mrs. Slitiw. Sltoitlil Mrs. McGwire, -thown with Noun', of the animals, refuse, the fund will revert to the estate. (International) ' Hoinu FIMUI T\vo InvtisloiiN S l-q Nicholas Mennillo, U. S. N., was in Beacon Falls for u few hours over the week-end. The local sailor, serving aboard the U. S. S. • Quincy, took part in the tw6 invasions of France, it was reported this morn'ing. Ho expects to be. given a longer leave within the next few weeks. Oemcke Sisters Entertain Friends At Summer Home I'ATTIC KN No. JW12S Doiif in easy cross stitch, these colorful butti.-rfliea and roses will muki- you n bright nnd charming- tiihli- setting. I'li'trrn envelope contains hot- ii'tin ti-anstCcra for six designs about - inches ::(iunt-u, color chart, stitch illustrations and full directions. Our CO-pa go multicolored book "f N'-cdlc Arts containing flvo .free PiitU-rns. nnd many other suggestions for dressing up your home "id yotit-Sdlf is nowaviilinblc. Send your n.quc.Mt for this boon to the •uldress listed b 0 1 o w, enclosing twunty cents (20c.) In coins to cov- <•')• the cost ;in c ] n-iaillng- charges. Si' 1,1 cents (coin) for Pattern f'O. R2123 lo Nnuffntuclt Daily •«cw», N'codle Arts Dopt,. P. O. «ox^!72, Stfition .D, New York 3, "• ^- PlcdMe include your postal ''.onr nttmbei 1 . Begins Studies At Paine Hall, N. Y. Miss Dorothy Erodor, daughter of .Mr. nm\ Mrs. Thomas A. Broder •of Carroll court has loft for iN'ow York- city, where she will enter Paine Hal! as a laboratory technician student. Miss Broder was graduated from Sacred Heart High school, \Vnterbury, this year. Dorothy Randall Enters Colby Jr. College Miss Dorothy Randall, daughter ol' Chester Joseph Randall of George street, is attending Colby Junior college in -Vow London, 'jN'. H., this year where, she is enrolled in the secretarial science course. TJ-uj college opens today for its 103th year with a total student registration of 37S. A four-day orientation program precedes the beginning of classes on Friday, The Misses Elc.'inor nnd Gertrud Oemcke, daughters of Mr. an Mrs. Daninl Oem'ckc of Walnut tut race, entertained Miss Cecilo D Bois, daughter of Mr. and Mr: T-iioncl Du Eois of May street. Mis Justine Erophy, daughter of Ward en and Mrs. Leo J. Brophy of Hill crest avenue nnd Miss Nancy An clerson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Gunnnrd E. Anderson of Walnu terrace, at their summer home a Buy View, Milford, this past week end. T. P. Leary Attending Insurance Co, Conference T. P. Loary of 2 Francis street and who is affiliated with the Waterbury office of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, is attending a week's conference foi company assistant managers at the Hotel Bond, Hartford. Edwin Baldwin, U. S. N., Visiting- Parents Seaman Edwin Baldwin, U. S. Navy, who is stationed at the Great Lakes Naval Training Station, 111., spending a leave with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Harold Baldwin ol' Hotidlev street. Daug-hter Born To Former Resident Visiting- Relatives In Massachusetts Robert Nixon, U. S. Navy, who spending a leave with his futh- ', R. Emmet Nixon of Highland ivenue, and his a'unt, Mrs. Edna ulk-n, are visiting relatives in Massachusetts. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Russell of Hartford announce the birth of a daughter, Susan Smith, August 30, in St. Francis hospital, Hartford. Mrs. Russell is the former Miss Agnes Smith of Rubber avenue. I.t. Patterson Here : Lt. Thomas Patterson visited his j mother. Mrs. David O'Shea of i Bethany road .Ho is en route to a hospital located in the Middle At lantic states area. SAILOR VISITOR HERE P. O. 2-c Fred Morgan spent the week-end with his wife, the formes Ann Baker of Naugatuck, of Lopas road. He is stationed in Newpoi Ladles' Guild's Plans . The Catholic. Ladies' guild of St Michael's church met recently in the church hall and made plans to: the Communion breakfast for the women of the parish to ,be. held Sunday, October 10. The serving committee was sc- lecied us follows; Mrs. .Leconte Mrs. Mather, Miss Nellie Mos.i- vich, Mrs. A. Mennillo. Mrs. Stella Mis, M. C. Makarewicz, Mrs, Agnes Oldnkowski. v . Mrs. Anna Chlebowski was named chairman of arrangements "or a Halloween dance scheduled for Saturday 'evening, October 2S. Other members of that committee ire: Mrs. R. Beauschman, Mrs. Cla.ssey, Mrs. Wynne, Mrs. Helen Daunis, Mrs. j. Hackett. Mrs. \Viliam Russell. Mrs. Kiernan and Miss Katherinc Doiron. At the meeting on October 3, a brush demonstration will take jlaco. All women are invited. Stray Balloon Meets Match n Apple Tree Sprayer Of Gas Is Being Sought In Mattoon, 111. Mattoon, 111., Sept. 1J —(UP) — The sickening whiff of gardenias again has descended on Matioon, 111., and its 35.000 residents arc fast reaching a state of hysteria. As men armed with shotguns, re volvcr and c 1 v: b .s patrolled th streets lust night, three more poisons annpunced they' had boon vis itod by the "mad" A high school principal—one the • latest to smell the "myste.i'> gas"—says the skull-capped prowl er has made five trips lo her home Authorities have been working on ihe theory that Ihe sileni at lacker may be. a chemistry stu dent and are attempting lo trace 11 box of chemicals missing Ihe school .laboratory. Meanwhile, the s:a!e attorney's office is checking Ihe records and peculiarities of • patients recently discharged from Illinois mental hospitals. neighbor of one of ihe vic- lims lold police she caught a glimpse of the prowler—whom she described as a. thin, man wearing a visored skull cap. It was Ihe second lime any one reported actual- y seeing "the "Gardenia Man." Five crime experts already have 'xpressed doubt tliai the so-callec •Madman of Maltoon'" existed. But Ihe victims insisl ihcy have bncn attacked by a person of flesh ind bones who tried to "gxis" them. The 3-j persons who have smelled .he "sweet, sickish" odor which hey claim the attacker sprays in heir direction, have been iroatod 'or partial paralysis and infhim- iiation of the mouth ,i:id throat. All have recovered within a hurt ti;ne. Seven Former Nazi Officials Reported Sentenced To Die Left For Florida ' Mrs. Raymond Anderson left for loi-ida to spend two months with er husband, S 2-c Raymond Anerson, who is stationed at the Naval Training Base, at Fort Lauderdalo; Florida. To Celebrate Anniversary Staff Sergt. and Mrs. Anthony Ruccio, who-were n^ai-ried a year ago, are planning a. celebration soon, as the sergeant is expected home on furlough from his base in Texas. Kilter* Joseph Sargcant rccentjy became half-owner of a diner on Staten Island, >f.-Y. Mr. Sargcant plans on staying at his place of business I during weekdays, returning to i Cotton Hollow for the week-end. I DOES W.ELJ.. WITH 13 Ellen Madden Visiting- Mother Ray Hotchkiss, Jr., Plays Drum Solo Miss Ellen Madden, a. cadet mirso at Adclphi college, is spending a visit with her mother, Mrs. William Madden of Calpin street. Kay Hotchkiss, Jr., of Oak street eceived much applause for his rum solo of "Dinah" when he layed with the Leonard Ray or- hestru at the Elks' dance Satur- ay evcninj;. letnms From Visit In New York Miss Colette Puturson has rcturn- 1 co her hont on Millvilln avenue fter spending the past lew days •ith Miss Barbara Walker of New ork city. Mrs. Margaret Harkins Entertaining- Guest . Mrs. W. W. Burch of Dayton, Ohio, i.s visiting Mrs. Margaret Harkins of New Haven road. 'isited Friends In Washington, Conn. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Jones of Walnut street have returned from Washington. Conn., where they had been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Parks. Texas comjirises one-twelfth the entire area of thc.U. S. Always Appropriate Next time you nrc puzzled to know what to give, why not drop In on us. Shop around leisurely — see our wide variety of really attractive Drifts. Meet and tnlk with Josephine R. Mnnzo, gift stylist. Mint a ten steps from Exchange PI.' Fears Increase In Hunting May Wipe Out Game New York (UP)—Arthur Gra- hamo. writing in the September issue of "Outdoor Life," fears 'that the invasion of woods and streams by 22,000,000 sportsmen after the war may annihilate fish and game. Grahame bases his estimate on Uio 30 per cent increase in fishing and hunting licenses after the last war, due largely to increased interest of servicemen in guns and outdoor life. The new army of sportsmen also will include millions of hunters and fishermen who have been unable to indulge in thcij- favorite sports because of gasoline rationing.. Federal . cor.scr.valiona g c n c i b s arc making plans to meet this emergency, but Grahame points out Congressional approval is nccd- .ed and state authorities must adopt additional conservation and restocking measures. London (UP)—George J. Allo way. who lives at Sur.bury-on Thames, become a hero by . cap luring a runaway balloon by himself. Alloway was silting quietly in his, parlor reading when the .balloon floated one thousand feet over his, house. His small' children, long- accuslomcd to the sight of the captive balloons over London, hat! never seen cine just floating alon^ before. David, aged eight, and June, aged five, screamed "Daddy, Daddy..." with .unusual violence and Allowny ran out to find the children trying to catch the trailing cable of the balloon. " ' ' He shouled a warning for them to keep away, Just then a smaller cable that the balloon had picked up' in Us wanderings, caught in. the chimney of a nearby house. Alloway seized the opportunity, caught the larger cable and wrapped it around I.he trunk .of his apple tree after a considerable struggle. A lew seconds later the smaller cable snapped but Alloway's apple tree met the test and held fast.. Alloway, a little embarrassed by ii all, informed, the police of his capture. They, in turn, told .the RAP who sent a crew of airmen and Waafs around with a truck and a -winch to' take the wandering .balloon back homo. | ' Boston (UP;—Hex Cecil, new i Red Sox hut-lot 1 , who won his first ) major league bull £.'ime in tbe first big league ball park he over Saw, is convinced that 13 is not his unlucky number. Cecil arrived at Fenway Park from California on Aug. 13 at one o'clock which is .1.300 in service time. He won his ilrst game a few hours later that day_jn the 13th inning whun second baseman Bobby Doorr poled out a home run for the ISth run .of the game. London, Sept. 11— (UP)—A German broadcast says that seven former high-ranking German officials have been sentenced to hang for their poliiical pans in the attempt lo assassinate Hitler. Heading the list as political ringleader is Doctor Karl Goerdcior— former mayor of Leipzig and price administrator of Germany. Goerdeler, according to ihe broadcast, was lo replace Hitler as chancellor of Germany if ihe ploi had 'succeeded. Others roporicd to have received the death sentence include Couni Wolf \-on Helldorf—former mayor of Potsdam and police president of Berlin—and Ulrich von Hassel —German ambassador lo Italy from 1932 To :S3S. Von Helldorf and Von ijassel— along with ihe three oiher defendants — reportedly would have stepped into lop posinons in the new G'.-rman government had ihe plot been successful. The couri charged that the conspirators wore in contact with the Allies—who, it claimed, supplied thorn with insiruclions and the moans of carrying out the bombing nitempt. The court also repealed previous charges thai the seven men ha.d mended lo establish a dictatorship lo end ihe war by surrendering to the Allies. Rubber Nipples Scarce, Babies Fed From Spoons London (UP)—One serious wartime shortage in England was highlig-htcd recently when the city of Scarborough sent an urgent appeal lo Britain's Minister of Health for help in procuring rubber nipples for infant's feeding boitles. The city's drug stores had been out of them for weeks and hundreds of mothers -were feeding their babies from teaspoons. "It's a serious situation," staled the city's medical officer. "It is bad for the . babies and a strain on the mothers. In cases where babies arc not breait-fed it is almost impossible to use any other methods of feeding. "You cannot get very younp babies to take milk from a spoon. Detroit (UP)—Sidney who thinks he may be the world champion letter-writer — on some HUbjcctH. anyway — found little appi-ccio.ilon of his talents al Detroit'* Park Avenue Hold. Noi that the hotel didn't believe that he wa* a champion. But It also thought he- wait a nuisance. The hotel said that Motzenbaum established bin record on hotel stationery, thus making for a stationery shortage among the «uest« and resultant discontent. And, added Ihe aggrieved hole], no less than 600 of the loiters, written on hotel stationery which no other g-ucst got a chance to use, were to the Park Avenua management, complaining of the service. However, the evils of the Park ' Avenue Hotel were just a side effort to Mctzcnbaum, who devoted his chief attention to protesting ag;ain»t 'capita]., punishment. Ho says he wrote 40,000 letters concerning this. He also has written thousands of missives condemning women working in beer'gardens. He writes to anybody—the 'president, congrcs»men,. editors, and. people who- do things he doesn't approve of. For. the first-two years of his stay at .the hole! hc.wroto in longhand. Eut the liltle (37- ycaixjld Mclzenbaum, who made a lot of money in i-eal estate in Cleveland and retired to a life of leucr-wriling, needed more speed for. more letters he wanted to write. So he learned to type. Of course, he got lots of answers. He was pretty close lo being a world champion in this, too. The hotel said Ihis was even more of a nuisance, since their cicrks were always knee-deep in mail to. Meiz- berger. The hotel told all or this to a iury and said it thought Meizen- baum should be evicted. The jury agreed after iwo minutes dcliber-a- ion—which may be another world •ecord. Ultimate production cf magnesium in the U. S. will be 725 million pounds a year, or 100 limea greater than the rate in 1939. About 16 per cent of all workers on British railways arc women. and their nutrition is bound to suffer if this shortage isn't met soon." AKHESTS REPORTED Paris. Sept. 11—(UP)—A Paris icwspaper says the sor.-in-law and aughtor of Pierre Laval have been '.-.•rested. They are the Count and 'ountess Rene De Chambrun. The lount is a citizen of both the Unil- ed States and France. He enjoys merican citizenship because he is descendant of Lafayette. P.cpsi-Cola. Company, Long Maud City> N. Y. ' Franchisee! Bottler: Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Bristol, Conn. I Indians in Wisconsin are divided into eight tribes and occupy 60-1,000 acres of land. FIRST STEP IN EASY WALKING - Norwash Shoe Store APPOINTMENT ANNOUNCED New York, .Sept. 11—(U P)—A Nashville, Tennessee, woman has ocen named speakers' bureau director of the Democratic National committee women's division. She is Mrs. Albert E. Hill—a national committee woman. CHRISTMAS CARDS ' ' FOIl SENDJTVG OVERSEAS ARE READY NOW! Sweetheart Husband Brother I'RICE 10c JO $1.00 Friend Pal- Others SELECT THEM NOW MAIL BEFOKE OCTOBER 15TH . The Curd and Gift Shop SWEENEY'S sT AABT ?oSv STORE Wishing won't make it so, but a NEWS CLASSIFIED AD will! Call 2228 for those Results you want! 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