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WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 13, 1944 Personal NAUGAT.UCK,,DAJLy, NEWS Page Thr«* Church Board Of Administration Meets Tonight For Little Girls Tin- CluiiTh Council fif the Snl»n' T»:i rhmvh will '> u '«'t. this i n * ^ "'(•look at the church ' m ,M>tiTiv,' of thr Hn.-inl of Admin- will take place at. r,tth< A jjtl'Sltl' 1 o'clock, •]-;;,. boa ril |,.,'.i. Ad' 1 '!' 1 ' ,Vl)Jl, ir.etnhors arc: TriW Nflsun, Carl Salmon. Arthur Pearson, .Robert An- iii. iiuil l-Mwin-il CIiM-ln-i'. :,.|F|I I-'ricli. Charles A. Joli:-- Vk'tor i:ohs. Ji'lui Oissliiiuloi 1 t.M\\'. j n'd Carlson are honorary c,'.. Thr Imai-d n. 1 ' li'-.'ioons mcliulP.x .'. Frill Amlorsun. And row Amlerson, Ili'nry Ad^-i'i:!.-! Hi-nry Johnson, sun. Marino Loivnf/.- lii'sori. Kriu Galnu-1- Ni'lsun aiul Joseph .<,.!). t 1 -''!-' 1 ' son, Arthur Xuvaol;. l5;iyi!m:iil I-'ru'k. \Villis FViorson ami A.lriar. Olson a'ro auditors. Aln>u: .^"' 1 MM ' *'''IU nt' the svoi-ld siipp'v "' molybdenum is produce/1 Social Dorothy Abele Tendered Shower By Associates Associates of Miss .Dorothy Ab- olo at I ho Eastern Malleable Iron company, ter'nclcrocl her a sbowoi last night at the Hotel ICllon, Wa- tcrbury. She was nreuenttd with a sot of crystal. i'liss Abele, who resides on Hillside avenue, will be married to .Lloyd Nolan of Walnut street. 1 the near future. Attending- ihc shower wore Helen Bncltlund. Margaret Norria, j Helen Bltickwoll, Charlotte Heid- Icanip, Virginia Krulikowski, 3£1- canor Booif. Theru .Carlson, Marie Gunsalves, Mildred Brown. Also, Alice HUR'hcs, Heli'in Swo- iin.slii, Patty Quay. Lorraine Thei'- oi:x. Blanche Tliurston, Gwendolyn .lauUson. Evelyn Norman. Jean Grumman, Margaret. Bowers and D.iruthy .Roburls. Monogram Your you have learned thc^ The Commodo.'o is conveniently close to oil the principal contors of businsss, shopping, cmu;c.Tic.Tt ana' signt-scoing. Local Girls Members Of Graduating- Class Of Waterbury Hospital Miss Elizabeth CaHham CIV.T o Summit road and Jliss Alice M.iri u'uhlstrom of Goodyear avenu aiv niemlK'rs of the ffraduatinj class of the Waterbury hospita nurses training school and will awarded their diplomas at the -10th commencement exercises to be hole Monday, Sent. '18, at the Watur bury Women's club. ilainly, simple, swcot sort 5,'ii'l's 1'i'iek v.-hich moth- in.-iUin;,-: Do it in dotted fecsven't oil the more reason to find out how mucfi time and trcu'olo you save through Tho Commodore's central location wfvi'ch is unrivalled in New York City, Pi£AS£ rr.ako rc3erv/a!;on5 well in advance; cancel un- v/anfcd room: promptly and chock out as early ai possible on your departure days. 2,OOO largo, comforlablo, outtido rooms, oil with privafo bcilh TUB Mov/York's Best located Hotel" MAJroi I'.VttNY. fruvdnnl I!'s thi or litili! ei's love Swiss, ii wear- in sei'i-sm-kor or ginghams fur play and school wear. nnrl.ara Hell Pattern No. 1230 is do.iii,"ni'il for MI'KPS I. '2, ?,, -1 and ." yinrs, Siy.e D requires 1 Z-[ yards uf ofi-incli matenal for dress: 0-s yard for panties. Plan you:- fall clothes now! The n.-w fall and winter pattern book, "Passing in Review" is now ready i contain* 3J pagi-s of th'; io;i hil.s I in clothes ihc boys in uniform ad- j mirO"-"Date" frocks, street wear. i .-<iMnt.sv.-ear, clotbes to wear on the I homo front--snappy schoo-1 clothe.-' I'or juniors and children. Price 10 Ci.-nts. F-ir this pntlcrn, send 20 cents, in coins, your name, address, pattern number and si/o wauled to narbara liell, Naugntuck .Daily -Vews, I'Dst Office 150X 0!', Station i.;, Xcw York 10, -V. Y. Svang-eline Circle Members Make Plans For Season Sg't. Sydney Weaving- Loaves For Puerto Rico Sgt. Sydm-y Weaving of the LT. S. Coast Artillery left today for I'uc-rto I:ico, where ho is stationed, ni'ti.-r nti oxti.'iidi-il furlough with relatives in town. William R. Frendborg was liosiess at tlii 1 meeting of th Kvanguline circle of the Saiem Lutheran church, held Tuesday evening at tho parsonage. .It \fi\n the first meeting after tho slimmer recess and was well attended. Plans' for various activities to be held this year wore discussed and. it was decided to serve a sup- pi.-i'. to which il-.i_> public will be invited. 0:1 Xovembor -1. The next mooting will take place on Tuesday, Oct. 10, at the home of JIfs. O.scar Anderson, with Mrs. David Loronlxon as co-hostess. Robert C. Hill To Snter Academy I'.ohort C. Hill, sun nf Dr. and -Mrs. U'ilti.'im K. Hill. 1.10 Meadow, street, will h,! among tho 170 studunts to r-nmll at tho Governor Ktimmor acacloniy, South Ryflfkl, Mass., on Monday, Sentcmher IS. Ladies' Auxiliary Of Hillside Church . To Hold Bakery Sale The Ladies' auxiliary of the Hillside Congregational church will sponsor a bakery sale at Hawloy's store. Church, srteot. on Thursday, September 21. starting at 1 la. m. All bakrry vs-ill b^ or, s,'t;<? at thai limi; and no orders will be recoivod previous. MI-M. Ponatus Anderson is chairman •:.' the committee of arrangements. Mrs. Dorothy Benson Hostess To Golden Gleaners Today The Golden Gleaners of Eeacnn VaKoy grange me: today for an all- day session a; Grange hall with Mrs. Dorothy Bonsor. as hostess. Lu^rh was sorved at noon, these to mark thorn as your very own. It"" :s a simple touch to add—but a most effective one. Pattern envelope contains hot- n'on transfers, for 1—1 1-1 inch alphabet; 12—2 inch alphabets: 1— 3 1-2 inch alphabet stitch illustra lions and full directions. Our GO-pago multicolored bool of Needle Arts conuiininf five -I'roi. XL!terns, and many other sugr; ions for e'russinpf' up your home ind yourself is now available Send your request for this book o tho address listed below, enclos- ng twenty cents (20c.) in coins to :ovor the cost and mailing charg Send :.5 cents (coin) for Pattern so. R11S2 ;o Is'augatuck Daily •.'cvi's. Xeodlc Arts Dep't, P. O. Eox 72, Station D, New York, 3, M. Y Associates At Bristol Co. Fete Betty Hackett : A luncheon and shower were given in honor of Elizabeth M. Hackett, 193 Spring street, Sunday afternoon.at Wavcrly Inn, Cheshire by her ..associates at the Bristol company. Miss Hackett is to be married September 10, in St. Mary's church, Union City, to Leonard P. McGrath of 91-1 Baldwin street, Waterbury. Miss Margaret Beers and Miss Betty Maher or Waterbury enter- Uiinod .during the afternoon with vocal and piano selections. :. Those attending were: Margaret .Squire, Mary Sheehan, Janis Millei' Elda Schiaroli, ' Gloria Cyr, Carolyn Navara, Eleanor Jenzell, Emily Modrow, Ena Ponpore, 'Louise Payne, Felicia Caruso, Jose- 'phine Cronin, Kathurine Del Gal/.o, Marian Regan, Mary Mayjanskas, Margaret Beers, Mary Marcelis, Rose Rinaidi, Olga Annstnsia,' Virginia Allen, Adck; Landzius, Marie Redcr, Mnr-y 13c Snntis, Marie Marconi, Antoinette Barrett, Gertrude Poole, Eleanor Kennedy, Rose Santoro, Debbie Davidson, Hazel Mcrtclmcyer, Betty Maher. Madeline Silvernale. Ann Kontout, 'Elsie Wcnkert,' Edna B. Sta.nl, Esther Johnson, Eleanor Anderson, Amelia Lucas, Arlene Mc- Sheri-y, Rita Deco'ninck, Lucy Perrault, Marr'e Dubinsky, Marge Comstock, Bertha Kirschbaum and Kathorihe Brcnnis, S. K, 2-c. Army transport Plane Is Reported Missing In Storm , An Advanced Aleutian Base, Sept. 13—(UP)—A big- Army transport plane with nine passengers aboard is .mittsinff in the Aleutians after one of the \vlldcst windstorms of the year. Th'e names of the passengers will not be released, until their relatives can be notified. The storm; which reached a .velocity or more than 100 miles an hour, overturned' small buildings, iinti battered-Aleutian-barracks and otliei: i7istiillations. Famous Wrestler Died At Navy Hosp. oseph F, Kamerzel Inters Mt. Hermon School Joseph F. Kamerzel, Jr., of Oak- ale Manor, Southbury, son of Mr. End Mrs. J. F. Knmeiv.el, former Xaugiituck residents, is among the 015 boys who have boon enrolled at Mount Hermon school, Mount Hermon, Mass. Salem Lutheran Ladies' Aid Meets Thursday The Ladies' Aid of the Salem Lutheran church will meet tomor- rou- afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at tho parsonage. ANOTHER PRINCESS SI EXCLUSIVE Natatuc Tribe, I. 0, R. M,, To Meet Official Makes Charge Against Several Firms Washing-ton. Sept. 13—CU P)—A Justice department ofllcial says several AmGi'ican firms—under tho terms of pre-war cartel pacts with German interests — supplied the P.eich with information on tho manufacture of aviation instruments In 19'IO. Ai the same time—he charges— the cartel Agreements prevented the companies from selling those Boston, Sept. 13—(UP)—Gus Sonncriberij, who put the "-oomph" in wrestling with a football tackle that brought him nearly a million dollars—is dead. Physicians said leukemia caused his death' at a Belhesda, Maryland; Naval hospital' last' night. ,But the sporting/ fraternity said his condition might well have been aggravated by a' broken heart and a dwindling bank accouni. — the work of fair weather friends. Sonnenbcrg's age was a matter of speculation; The Navy listed him as •!•!" but a former' roommate — who knew him well in the roaring- 20's—said he was nearer 50. Gus 'the' Goo.t) Sonnenbcrg was tho college football herb' who- elevated the sporl, of wrestling. He- was one of the first to toss his opponents into the audience with patented assortment of "flying Inckles" and "Irish whips." Sonnenberg- — born of German parents in Michigan—matriculated ut both Dartmouth and the University of Detroit. At Dartmouth he was an all-American tackle. He was a squat man, with cobra quickness and 1 seemingly impervious to pain. Gus'had brains with his brawn. He taught physics' in a Detroit High school but stiH continues his football career on semi-pi-o teams in the Wesl. Sonnenberg married film actress Judith Allen when she was Marie Elliott of Belmont. However, their marriage ended in divorce and Gus then took Mildred Micclli of Senator Overton Wins Campaign In Louisiana (By United Pi-en*) Nearly complete returns show United States Senator John Overton lias won his campaign for re- nomination in yesterday's I^oiiisi- a.na state Democratic primary election. His majority of 37,000 votes is.stil mounting. Overtoil's principal oponcnl—New Orleans radio station owner E. A. Stephens—has conceded defeat. In . Texas — pro-administraUon Democrats arc confident they have the state's 23 electoral votes eewcd up for President Roosevelt. The Texan New Dealers won control of the rebellious state convention last night—and named a committee to select a new slate of electors; These would replace the original' list chosen at the convention last' May 15th. Most of the original group hud pledged themselves to vote for Virginia Senator Harry Byvd in the electoral college. A court battle over the convention's right to name electors seems imminent. The Republican campaign has received new stimulus with the report of midwestern GOP leaders to Governor Dewey that prospects seem favorable in' Jow'aj Nebraska and South Dakota. The governor is now at the mid-point of his coast stumping tour. Ho is resting .it a 12,000-acre ranch in Valentine, Nebraska. hand'and arm.-Anphaltr bnen in the procenii of being heated, blew out of its container, injuring the 1 Union City man several months ajro, it Is Raid ;.'-.. FIRST STEP IN EA$r WALKING- Norwash Shoe Store John St. Man Gets Compensation Award C.' Henry Benson of 9 John street,. Union City, was awarded S22.7G weekly during his period of disability by Compensation Commissioner John O'Connell. Benson, employed by the .Stale Highway department, suffered second degree burns of the left hand arid .irm. and first degree'burns of the right SEW and SAVE with MURPHY'S r ARD GOODS 25c to $1.29 ing, b**ter.- looking c4othe't from' *h"» bright *ticrtm*nt of p*41«rnt. ccloiY Ynd G. C. Murphy Go. instruments to_Canada nnd Britain. Rj ve rdale, New York, as his A regular tribe. No. 25, meeting I. O. R. held tomorrow evening at S o'clock in Pythian hnll. The g-al who's solid with the soda fountain set as the best dressed gal in town! Here's my pet for " back-to-school : ' ... in luscious grey menswear .flannel—chalk striped . . •. dreamy topper 'n skirt in junior sizes 7 to 15. Birth Or Son Is Announced Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Blondis of Curtiss street announce; tho birth ol' u son Monday, September 11, ii St, Marv's hospital, Waterbury. Jean Fruin Visited Relatives In New York Miss Joan Fruin of Scott stree has rotumcd from a visit will relatives in New York citv. Employes of casualty nr.d surct companies in Ihc; U. S. in 193'p to taled 350,000. In- addition thcr wore 300,000 agents. Your Eyeglasses Shop C. Tonilinson ; lfe:iry Builflirig , Conn. I'roniiit, KxntT \VAT«;ir ,v .iKWK Ki:r.\niiS(i William Schpiero Jrwch-r 1SI) CIIIIKCH ST. — 1 Vliuhl li|i — Store Closed Next Monday anil Tuesday For l{eli(,'loiis Holidays D. LIEBERMAN 2« Cilt'KCIf STK'fcl-.'T NIGHT SCHOOL CLASSES START SEPT. 18 Office Open .Evenings For; Heiristratlon JUNIOR C O I, I. K G E James .Mai-tin—chief of the de parlmcnt's economic warfare di- vision—mndo the accusations he- fore a senate wat 1 mobilization subcommittee. n declares one of the American ilrms—the Bcndix Aviation corporation — may have circumvented the British blockade to get ts aircraft blueprints into tho lands oC a leading: German rnanu- 'acturer. He also says the Germap govern- ncnt. used "what nppenrcd to he Jrivnto coijiniercial agreements" viih American linns to further erm.-in intei-u-sts — and restrict United Stoles production. In Washington — the National -Mar.ninfr association has proposed corporate ta.x program for the •^conversion period. The plan calls i for a reduction of corporation taxes to 19-10 levels as soon as the w.ir- ends. Also with an eye on the post-war scene—War Mobilization Director James Byrnes has suggested a method of commodity pricing which would mean a blanket incroas over pre-war prices for nearly a items returning to the marUc' .Price Chief Chester Bowles dit 'agrees with Mr. Byrnes—favorin a plan whereby many major item.-such as automobiles would not sel at liiyhcr levels. ond wife. He as <i good real friend. see- often described her man and 1 bis only War ration book Xo. 2 was printed in 150 million copies, and when completed, were of volume sufficient- to fill four freight trains, each of'30 cays in IcnRih. BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS) CHRISTMAS FOR SENDING ARE READY Sweetheart Husband Brother SELECT THEM XOW MAIL BEFORE OCTOBER 15TH The Curd.and Gift Shop" SWEENEY'S MUCH OBLIGKD Cleveland (UP)—Wr.cn an auto .mobile was forced into n. store win dow during an accidor.t, the othe evening, six men obligingly helpcc tho motorist extricate his machine After telling him to drive on an nol worry, the sextet proceeded tc loot the store. \V MER- GIFT IT'S TIME STRKSIJFS J>IAt 3-27G2 » Furnace Inspection Phone Us! OII - oii Waterbury Heating Co. 33 S|)rin s St., Wtby. 4-&I78 Pcc. Silver Tinted Knives, forks Teaspoons, $r Tablespoons I CREDIT JEWELERS «» cath Moln St. — 4-2206 For Dependable' Fire Insurance O'n Yoiir Furniture See: Joseph V. Rosko, • Agent 3 Union Street Tel.' 4928-2953 O.VFOBD ROAD Tel: OMO MILK ~ EGGS i Delivery. To All Parts'Of ] NauRivtuck ; AND NOW ... A Large Selection of ACCURATE and DEPENDABLE WATCHES "Wc-jire .ortnn;ne in being- nlilc to present';it tl)i,<; time,-:! remarknlilc selection of nationally known dopondnlilo ^aix'hes ... in a variety of stylos . . . and in a complete price range from $24.75 to ijfGOO.OO. Many of the following agencies are exclusive \\-\\]\ n.s in Waterbnry: ROLEX JULEiS JERGENSEN MIDO GRUEN LONGINES ELGIN BULOVA * HAMILTON . WYLER BENRUS * WITTNAUER^" CROTON " Also a fine selco.lion of our o\vn Swiss imported models for men and women wither. A. Green on the dial.. • • Diamond Studded Models Only • • " Federal Tax Included Sl'EED THE DAY OF VICTORY — BUY MORE WAR BONDS! J€UJCL€Rf 1696 JTRCCT

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