Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on September 28, 1944 · Page 5
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 5

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, September 28, 1944
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1944 NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS For AH Occasions Glittering gi ass , .„„_,,..„„ „,. 39 Harrison 4 »», C^TTME, lection. J08EPIHNE n. MAN/0. StylM J«»t n »t«p from Ei[chlllllfc p , acc fHOP J01.pM«. B,Monie, (Vo,, Local Couple In Divorce Action Eilna ,C, (Curls) Scllingcr is sauking a. divorce from Lewis F. Sellingor, according to a suit, filed in W.-itcrbury Superior court yesterday. The couple were married April 15, .1.922. She charges cruelty. An estimated 90- per cent of the forest lands now being lodged in 37 limbcr-pioducUon states is bo- ing leU in a condition suitable for re-seeding 11 new tree crop. MEATS - FISH . GROCERIES -FRUITS AND VEGETABUS Autumn Sale of Selected Foods! * WEEKEND PRODUCE SPECIALS * .\.\TlVi: OKKI'.NING Apples 4 it KI.A5IKI) TOKAY Grapes Ib DANISH Cabbage Ib Ibs 25' lb NATIVE MaclNTOSH APPLES . PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND CANADIAN YELLOW TURNIPS . .. FRESH RED RIPE ^ - _, . NATIVE TOMATOES . . .2*. 1 5^ SELECTED ** YELLOW •>, * VISIT OUR GROCERY ONIONS ...... 3 DEPARTMENT AND SAVE C'hi-i' 15o.vardcc Mr»tlu*s Mushroom ^m g\ SPAGHETTI SAUCE B-o..c«,10C CREAM of TOMATO SOUP 3c".° 25 C SEALKCT o Uvll nr m n EVAPORATED MILK O«n» 27 C HKRSIIKY'si } t ., b - A BREAKFAST COCOA <»„ 10 C TRY I'.I.UK MOON g» 4-oz. Am^x CHEESE SPREADS & c« PS 27 C OKUBKK-S A «*>•/» STRAINED BABY FOODS a *» 24 C CiKUBKIl'S A A /• A CHOPPED FOODS OJ" S Z^C MfRACI.E OF THE WASHDAY New ''- ^ A r* STAR WATER PH. j« ff 1J|C OHIO /» 5c ffkff BLUE TIP MATCHES O««*«^5' St'XMAin SKF.DKD OK ^ *»r SEEDLESS RAISINS p^ Id I'KN'OMA II) AQ, FANCY PEANUT BUTTER *«r Ze5' DELICIOUS A QOI Kellogg's RICE KRISPIES &^ £& DliOMFDARY ' 4 f\. GINGER BREAD MIX >»^ 1^* KNOX ^ Q ( SPARKLING GELATINE i^ lif' HEINZ 57 SAUCE lie*. 33C buttle NABISCO Shredded Wheat Quaker Oats Larcc Aff Sterling Salt A FKISBIE'S Pie Apple Size Lighthouse Cleanser 3 ««10c MOTT'S Apple Juice Quart f Q . DoJtlc J.S7*' CARLOAD SALE! M BUY'S 1S44 PACK Garden Sweet Peas No. 2 Tall Can's 45' The citizens of Naugatuck and the surrounding community are cordially invited to attend the ceremonies being held to dedicate the Honor Roll erected for our Men and Women serving in World War II and to inaugurate the opening of the National War Fund Campaign for 1944. A Very Interesting Program Has Been Arranged SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1st Time: 2:30 P. M. Place: Maple Street Between Water and Church. Streets United States Rubber Company Naugatuck Footwear Plant Little Steel Wage Formula Being Discussed . (Hy United I'rcm) 'Lcadoi-s of the nation's steel ln'- clusti-y usk Unit tho r War, Labor Eoai'd Icuvo the r government'^ Little Stool wnjio formula unchanged. The W-L-B is holding hearings to dutcrminc' whether tho wapc formula should bo rcviaud to permit pay Increases Cor unionized slucl workers. ReprcscnUillvus of labor have cipprairud before tho W-L-B lo demand a pay boost of 17 cents un hour. The case ot the Steel Work- era has been pending 1 for about seven months. Industrial leaders oppose labor's demand for two rcnson.s. They say wteel workers' salaries already have risen twice na much as tho cost of living;. And they contend that more wnsre IncrcascH will jeopardize (.he reconversion period. John A. Stephens, chairman oC Iho research committee on the steel workers cnrto, says pay rates for one frroup oC workers can't bo raised without Increasing? writes for all ffroups, and Hint industry would be incapable of bearing the liitrh costs of labor when peace returns. Industry's view on the subject of wutfos is also shared, by War Mobilization .Director Jamca J. Byrnes. According- to Director Byrnes, -\vaj_;-c iind price controls must rema.iji unchanged until after Japan is defeated. A reported disagreement in Prcsi- rleiit Roosevelt's cabinet over postwar policy in Germany will be brought out into tho open toduy during two pi-ess conferences in Washington. Secretary of the Treasury MorKenthau and Secretary of War Stimson will explain their separate views on the treatnn;nt of Germany after victory is won. Reports say Secretary Morgcn- thau wants Germjiny cut up into small farms—all Industries bcinj, completely eliminated. On th other hand — Secretary SUmsoi supposedly favors only, the elim ination ol' Germany's war .plants and selective control of all othci key-Industries. •••'•• • Observers believe the presidcni may make some kind of a-'state mcnt on the uubjict in his press and ' radio conference tomorrow morning 1 . Letters From Our Readers SEPT. 2.1, 19-M. Daily News. Dear Sir: 1 " ' Just a few lines to let you know that I hove received your gltt of n memo book and was very pleased with it. It will come in mighty handy for addresses of my buddies who I may visit after this war ia over. At-the present I am stationed in the- Hawaiian Islands and have Honolulu as.-a liberty town. At th u present it is pretty crowded with war workers and civil service men and women who have been shipped out/here. I have.been to the Waikiki Beach a few times and it really is beautiful. The sand on the beach is very fine and all the people lay on it and wait for the big greenish blue waves from the ocean to conic along and spray, them. All this island consists of is cano fields and pineapples, In the valley there is nothing but sugar cane as far as the eye can sec. At the present the. people are cutting or burn- Ing the cane to get ready.for a new crop. In the upper parts of the valley are the pineapple fields, endless rows upon row.s, as far as the eye can sec, all in a perfect line that stretches for miles either way. They arc only about two feet tall and sometimes the fruit is as big as the bush. They also have some beautiful roads out here with .swaying palm trees on both sides that follows thf> road for miles and miles. It kcep» World War II J A Year Ago j September 28,1943 | o— o (By United I>rcMt) British 8th Army advances 24 miles across central Ituly to capture network ot airfields at Foggia. On Salerno front, U. S. 5th Army pushes ahead a lew more miles: in the mountain barrier separating it from the plain of Naples. Berlin reports recapture of the, Dalmatian port of Splato iind oc-1 Now Haven yesterday Kerski who cupation of the Greek island o wjth four oUlCra Kerski Gets 4-6 Years Sentence In State Prison A four to «Ix years jail sentence imposed on Marion Kerski, 30, Forest street, in u decision handed down . by Judjjo William H. Comlcy in Superior court in Corfu at the entrance to the Adr atic. Allied planes blast shipping an airdromes • in surprise raid o Wewuk, New Guinea; destroy seven ships ot a 'convoy and wreck proxlmatcly 60 pianos. the road and sidewalk nice atwl cool and offers shelter from the hot sun to passerbys. "Ed 1 'Melbourne is out here with me and we have many good times .ofe'cther. After he is through with .he Naugatuck News he passe* hem on to me and I am glad to get them and read about different hings going on back home. Well, it's pretty close to chow ime, and I certainly don't want to niss that: so I will close with hanks for your gift, and IoU of uck to you and your paper. Sincerely, S. 1-c George Mondich. A. 13, C. E>. Navy 128, Camp I, In Care of Fleet Post Office, San Francisco, California. Do FALSE TEETH Rock, Slide or Slip? FASTEETH, an improved powder to be sprinkled on upper or lower plates, holds false teeth more firmly in place. Do not slide, slip or rock. No gummy, pooey, pasty taste or feeling. FASTEETI-1 is alkaline (non-acid). Dons not sour. Checks "plate odor" (denture breath. Get FASTEETH at any drupr store. Come to RUBIN'S for Your Boys' Clothes! escaped from slate's prison June lii. will have to face additional charges elsewhere at the end of his term. He was paroled from the New York Stale prison at Attica in 19-J3 in order to enter Die Army. Kerski deserted a few months later. The local man was confined on a charge of burglary at the time he fled the jail in June. Kerski admitted the breaking into the past office :tl Washington, Conn., and stealing $15. He also confessed to stealing a truck in New Milford and taking- it to Chic.igo. where he caught five weeks later. Husbands! Wivet! Want new Pi p and Vint T))I»UHIIJI<]K «r couple* urt weiiVvworn-o^t fiXhltUMliv] solely l>«:CIi UHC hfirty }H rkR Jrr»5T l-'ur 1 IMJW vim, vi twlliy, 1 iry Omri;*, TVrnj|c Tuhli'ln, ."Suj)j)llon Iron y<»ii. u>o. mny riTHhil for )>•?»>;• pr<»))hyJiiciic 4omj* 'vUnmln JM. ..i-w c««t! ' Introductory tilyx* only 3|f! \';i'Ui;H.lui:k Drujf. -nl ,\IK-n'n Cut" >tiit« V MAKE YOUR FOOD DOLLAR < LAST LONGER AT Highland Grocery 92 HIGHLAND AVE. ' TKI.. 4KK» RllCCO KAIMI, I'lrnp. 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