IT'S FEEDING TIME FOR THIS TOT Personal—Social—Fraternal Barbara Green Wed Yesterday At St. Francis' Mr. and Mrs, Frank T. Green, 116 Fairview avenue, announce the mnrrlnge of their daughter, Barbara Jane Green, to Gordon Anderson, son of Mr. «\nd Mrs. Martin S. Anderson, 295 Church street, which took plnce yesterday nt St. Francis' church, svlth the Rev. George Dunn officiating. Ml', nntl Mrs. Green wore the attendants, with only members of the immediate families svitnessln;? the corc- :n'ony, Follosving the ceremony a wedding party was held at the home of the bride's brother-in-law nnd sister, Mi. and Mrs. Edward Smith of Beacon Falls. Mrs. Anderson is a graduate of Naugatuck' High school and St. Mary's hospital School of Nursing, Mr. Anderson graduated from Valley Players Entertain On Meeting Monday Holiday Eve A mooting 01" the V;i)loy era will be held Monday evening j j , foreign Wars J in the Veterans .of Fort rooms on Rubber avenue tit 0'cloctt, it was announced today by Albert Kievman, director. Plans for a new play and a series of radio performances will be drxusscd by the croup. Refreshments will be served, and all members and other interested persons arc invited to attend. •Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mussa en- at a Now Year's Eve | g I party' ut the home of Mr. and Mrs. I Miss Empoliti, Wed Today At St. Francis' St. Francis" church • was the | scum; uf a brid.il this morning at Engaged To Wed Primo Missa c/f Spencer street, j Q o , clock wh(jn . th( , Rcv Geo ,. K , Out-of-town guests 'were from j;> unn united in marrkige MISL Hartford, Torrlngton and Water-, Ethel Lsdwina Emp&liti, daughtei bury. . j of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Empoliti. Among those attending were: j 37 Coen street, and Joan J.icquii> Mr. ond Mrs. Emil Zardan, Mr. I LaPerrjci-e, son cf Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. William Genorcse, Mr. i Anthony LaPerriere of W-Jlcotl. and Mrs Leonard Gcnorese, Mr. Escorted to the altar by Ix.'J nnd Mrs. John Bristto, Jr., Mr. <vncl father, the bride was attended bi Mrs. Frank Dt;C.!rlo, Mr. and Mrs, i her sister, Miss Violet Empoliti as j Chris ChHcas, Mr, and Mrs. Wjl- \ :naicl of honor. Roland LaPerrierc Ham 'McKenney. Josephine Geno-' brother of the bridegroom. NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), SATURDAY'. JAN. 4, 11M7—PAGE 9 Health Talks Flame You Can't See Offered Campers I Wilmington, Del. (UP)—When j you go camping next, summer you •rflll be able u> cook your hamburR- "!"> and coffee over an "invisible .:.v JIEKMAJV BUNDESEN, M. D. \V T ;iys To Ward >)(T Influenza Fortunately, we have learned much about influenza since the se- j, e Cj'idcmjc J.') .HJ13, which spread liroughout the world and killed nousands upon thousands of poo- ,le. Then, we knew almost noth- g about what caused influenza. Jow, we have a great deal of evi lenci.' to show tnat the disease i. :aused by a vii'us, the smallest o II disease-producing organisms. We know that there arc tw trains of the virus, influenza A mtl influent J3. and that either o joth may produce the disease. We lave even developed a vaccine it, which seems to (T certain people protection 1'or sev nameless" flame. At !<>asl, thnt.'4t how Dupont describes new tablet fuel made rose. Marie Genornse, Josephine ! as beat man. Wedding music wus I a: al months ut least. Naugatuck High school and A<1-1 f or May mlral. Billard academy. New Lon-! Miss Harkncss graduated from don, and at present is Attending ; Thomaston High school and is em- Morgan Park college in Chicago, | ployed in Thomaston. ' Mr. Ed- fll. mondson is a graduate of Sacred Announcement is made, of the Venastro, Marie Spadola, Anthony : provided by Mrs. William La- engagemenC of Christine Hark-j Fangoldi, James Nardello, James course, sister of the bridegroom, as ness, daughter of Mr. and Mrs..' Aqua via, Ralph Damiano, Edward soloist, accompanied by Miss Fran- Angus Harkncss, Thomaston, and Garganla, Louis ITnxino. John ces Higglns fit the organ Henry Edmondson, son of Mr. and Frcnnis, Mr. and Mrs. Primo ' ''' Mrs. William Edmondson, 37 Gal-; M.issn, 'ind the host and hostess. pin street. The wedding is planned FOUOWINO THIH AHHIVAl In New York from England on the S.S. John Ericsson, Eric Fannln, 13 months, gets chow from his father, Cpl. Lowell Fannin. The child's British war bride mother died in childbirth. Th* Fannins will make their homa in Columbus. O. (International) income Tax Men Assigned To Aid jkeugh Residents Funerals Mr*. 10 M una M, Swi The funeral services for Mrs. Emma M. (Johnson) Swanson, 85, wit'e of August Swanson, 73 New street, who died Tuesday at the j W.'iterbury hospital, will be held Tiiii.-i 1 nvn are coming to town i this afternoon at 2 o'clock in the n sun lint. lir»thi>r. it won't do you j Salem Lutheran church, with the :i ",vx ..ml ;M UMVO. Tho FBt boys I Rev. William R. Frendberg, pas;n-.. s'.ill rnik'hty tough t" elude. j IL v.vi- announci'd by Frank W. The couple will leave today for Chicago, where their home. they will make Annual Church Meeting- Tonight The annual congregational meeting of the Hillside Congregational church will be held tonight at 7 o'clock in the church. Reports will be presented by officers and the Rev. Paul W. Peterson, minister. All members of the church are requested to attend. Heart High school, Wuterbury, a veteran of the Army Air Force, and is now employed at the U. S. Rubber Co. Returns From Long Island Beacon Falls Girl Engaged The engagement. o[ Miss M'trv Yablonsky, to Anthony Kamin.ski of Anderson street, has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Yablonsky of Cookc Lane, Beacon Falls. No date has been set for the wedding. Miss Yablonsky attended Beacon The bride was attired'in a white .slipper sr.tin gown fashioned with ;.i sweetheart neckline, fitted bodice, filled .sleeves trimmed with lace, and full skirt with apron cf- lect front complemented with Parisian lace and terminating in a long train. She wore an orangi blossom tiara to which was attached a fingertip veil trimmed with lace, and she carried a cascade of w/»ite and pink camellias showered with white sweet peas. Her maid of honor wore an or chid nylon taffeta gown, designed with cap sleeves, fitted bodice and However, many people \viil stil contract influenza even aftci- receiving the vaccine, so that we al enow \ve cunnot rely on it 100 poi N-incy Smith ot Cottage Falls schools and is employed at | ( U i; s kirt. She wore gauntlets, nr.d " the U. S. Rubber Co. plant in that > 01 . C hj c i plume hat with horsehair edge, and carried a cascade of yellow pompons, tea roses and orchid Miss street, has returned to her home after visiting for several days with friends In Forest Hills, Long Island, N. Y, town. Mr. Kaminslii attended Nau- i gaUick High school and is a plumb- I or Affiliated with the George Wig- glcsworth &. Son. Inc. College Students Semi-Formal Dance The semi-formal dance of the un- the convenience of the family in •ir.rr. collector of Intc'.rmil, Grove cemetery. Arrangements •ir.h: fur Connecticut, that In-1 ;ire in charge of the Alderson Full Ucvcnuc r"pie<ient(itives. i neral Home, 201 Meadow street. jnlug Monthly, Jur,. G. will bo :•• ("ivil Service rooms at the , FratUt Ctimplioll O/fice to .'insist taxpayers in i Funeral services for Frank out their income t:ix forms. Campbell, 45. of 11 Highland ortlciatir.g. Burial will be at dei-graduates ot the Waterbury a i u mni chapter of the College of New Rochollc, will be held tonight nt the Hotel Elton, Waterbury. • ri'ipri'si'nt.'it.ivi'" "'ill !>(! in :U'":UK:^ un [hi 1 fallowing '1,'iti's; .,,i. i;. i::, 2" and 22: Feb. 3. 10. ' ;inr.! i'l: Miirrh 3. -I. 5, »',. 7. 8. ' II. I'. 1 . IS, M and I"). : JANUARY FUR SALE UNDER WAY W.'l >'. MAI.V STKKBT H'iili.'rlmr.y Tel. 3-2727 KOH CUNT BY Till': DAY ... . n — _ I'l.OOK SANDING MACIIIM: KIXM'JR . n , . FI.OOK WAX UK Urns.mill,Ic Kalrs Union City Hardware »M N. MAIN ST. Unli.n City M. Itiilkicwlc'h, J'rop. VV, ,1. StnkoM, Mffr. Circle, who tiled Tuesday at St. Mary's hospital, Waterbury, wore held this morning at 0:30 o'clock from the Buckmiller 0 Funera Home. ^2 Park place, to St. Fran- els' church, where a solemn high Mass of requiem was celebrated at 10 o'clock. The Rev, George Dunn was celebrant of the Mass the Rev. Albert Taylor, deacon, and the Rev. Paul Keating, sub- deacon. The musical service was in chjrge uf Miss Frances Hlg- gir.K, with John J. Burke, as vocal .xoloi.-it. Bearers were Jurne? Dunn. Jr., Louis L,engyel. Albert BenK, Timothy Cronin. Emmett J. Mureha and M. Emmett Monahan. Interment was in St. James' ceme tery. with Father Dunn readin prayers at the griive, Wulfecks Are Parents Of Son Mr, and Mrs. Joseph W. Wulfcck of Me>dford, Mass.. are the parents of a son, Wallace Howard Wulfcck, Guests At Holiday Party A New Year's party was held .it the home of Mr. and Mr". Russell Palmer, lOG North Main street. A dinner was served at midnight. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs, Robert Bobinski, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Strieski. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Moruski, Mr. ant! Mrs. George Ko- cut. Miss Ann Ticco and Edward Zeronski. Medical Patient Returns Home Charles S. Meyers Funeral services for Charles S. Moyers, 7f), of 718 Rubber avenue, v.'ho died Thursday nt the \Vater- i bury hospital, will he held Monday morning at 11 o'clock at the born Dec. 30. Mr. Wulfeck, who is Alton Cable, fi, of 2-10 Quinn street, studying at Tufts college, is the son [ who has been a medical patient at of Mrs. Ford Wulfock of Meadosv I St. Mayr's hospital, Waterbury, was street. Maternal grandparent is dismissed recently. Mrs. Edward Knowlton ofHolyoko, i ' Mass. Complete Visit Here With Father Richard Grant has returned to Los Angeles. Calif., after a holiday visit with his father, Samuel Grant of Olive street. Catherine Grant, a school teacher in Philadelphia. Pa., al.so has completed a visit with her father. Hospital Patient Dismissed To Home Mrs. Rose Pinto, S7 High street, who has been a surgical patient n.t St. Mary's hospital, Waterbury, has been dismissed. sweet peas. A wedding breakfast was held at Hall's rcstauiant followed by a reception at the home of 'the bride's parents. The bride's mother received a black dress Mother, Daughter Home From Hospital Mrs, Charles Konavate. 30-1 Scott street and daughter were dismissed yesterday from St. Mary's hospital, Waterbury.. 300 Britannica Sets Donated to UNESCO DISCHARGED •.John . Gilbert, 49 Golden Hill street, who suffered head injuries Spending 1 Weekend In Troy, N. Y. . Mrs. Stratton Kralis of the Glenbrook Garden apartments, is spending the week-end with her son and trimmed with aqua and black accessories, and the bridegroom's mother in a brown wool jersey dress trimmed with gold hobnails. Each wore corsages of yellow tea roses. Out-of-town yuests were from Boston, Mass., Canada, Madison, Waterbury, New York and Somervillc, Mass". The couple plan a wedding trip lo New York, with the bride's traveling outfit being a glen plaid suit, brown accessories, platinum musk rat coat and orchid corsage. The bride attended Naugatuck High school, and the bridegroom attended St. Joseph's college, Berthierville, Canada, At present be is an apprentice toolmakcr at the Formatic Co., and' is a veteran of — ---- ------ - „ 1:1 ,, L11 ^ \% L'uii-eiiu WILII nut SUM ,LIIU when he slipped and fell on ice on <j auK htcr-ih-iaw, Mr. and Mrs. Ray! thrce years with the Army with 32 a path between Union and North i Kralis in Troy,'N. Y. ' ! months overseas service. Main street, Union City, New Year's Eve, was discharged yesterday from St. Mary's hospital, Waterbury,' when treatment. he had received Chicago (U P)—Three hundred ets of the Encyclopudia Britain- iica have been donated to -the ;niled Nations Educational, Sci- ntifin and Cultural Organization Aldtirson Funeral Home, 201 Mea- f 01 - distribution among universities, dow struct, with the Rev. Winfrcd libraries and other centers of study K Lfinc-horst, rector of °> s ' ; ' ohnol's Episcopal church ing. Burial will he in ci'moterv. Mi' offlciat- jn devastated areas of the world, Just Arrived! ! Auto Pulse Electric Oil Range Pump l''"i- immplnj; nil (lirec.l from '•''Hill- In nini,-c or hflltl'l' \vltll- ""I Mir IIM- of jugs or uuntalii- •f". Pinups arc entirely iinto- "'ilir, slnipi), and eloiin unil can »• Jitsliillci] (|iilcldy mill neaM.v »• invhillcil tiuiridv and ni'utly. Vill primp from any si/.c cdlur "• "inside nil tank or drum. nM;iilulInn in n hours in uvor- -'c Inmic. I'uni]) now on himd; Lanny Giraldi - HU'li SI, TH. ItlMM—.24(iO I The first coast guard lifesaving station in (ho United States WHS located at Sandy Hook, Now York. It was erected in 1«30. UNESCO's acceptance ot the Hillside R jft came as the result of a letter written by Robert M. Hutchins. chancellor-on-lcavc of the Unlvor- NO SKATING Baummer's Field St. Rink Telephone 3501 'ftf^fff American Made ALARM CLOCK Guaranteed Timekeeper $2-20 Supply Limited Inc. Tax SCHNEERC **CREDIT JEWELERS^ "BOO" .ROUTS PROWLERS Vaneovcr. Wash. —(UP)— Two prowlers "were frightened away whcn a neighbor shouted "boo" at thorn. Anna Oltjenbruns told 'police.' The prowlers had stolen into hor backyiard to steal wood. Sight Restored 162 South Main St. PLAY POOL and Bowl at the R & M ALLEYS I5G MAPLE STKEBT •''•w Term Opens .Inn, '2, C'OCKSKS VOK S"<Tc<i,r y , Typist, Cd-rk Comp- lorni't.T Opi-rutor & Accountant THE PERRY SCHOOL ^""•n Hills. \Vntrrburj Henry Disston & Sons, Inc, Chain Saws [Delivery from Stock *+*ff»ww» sity of Chicago and chairman of \ Britannica's board of directors. Hulcbins said in a letter to Archibald MaeLcish, deputy chairman of the American delegation to UNESCO, that the officers and directors of the Chicago publishing lirm believed the distribution o£ a substantial number of sets among such institutions woul3 be a service to the cause of international understanding. "It is not the Britannica's desire to exorcise any authority in the selection of the institutions and organizations to receive the sets," Hutchins said in his letter. "It requests the United Nations Educational, Scie-niSii/lc and Cultural Organization to designate those institutions and organizations and to clistri-bute the sets to them," KVKN BED'S NOT SAFJO New Kensington, Pa. —(UP)— 13most Lloyd believes now that n man's not safe anywhere. Lloyd rolled over In bed and dislocated his shoulder. Ancient Wall Clue To Norse Landing Provincctown, Mass. (UP)—Some 50 communities along the New England coast claim to have evidence that they were landing places for the Norsemen around J.OOO A. D. One such bit of evidence is a strange discovered on Chip Hell here in the m:d-I9th century, a house, workmen THAT'S A LOT OF FRUIT San Francisco (UP)—More .than 20,000,000 orange trees. 6.000.000 lemon trees, 233,000.000 £)-ape vines. 1,100,000 grapefruit trees, 139,000.000 plum and prune trees and 6,700,000 almond trees were recorded in California In 1D45', according to Department of Commerce statistics. New liJiowlcdfjc In the years since the last cpi Jcmic we have gained new knowledge about t-ieatment, too, and have better weapons to combat its .vorut cl'iucus than we over had in the past. Influenza causes pain and ach ing the muscles, sometimes cough and sore throat, headache and loss of appetite, and usually fever. Whcn an attack occurs, it i* Advisable that the patient go to bed at once. According to Dr. William Gunn of London, going to bed early when an attack occurs is not only in the interest of the patient but also helps to protect others who might catch the disease from him. Often the early symptoms may be so mild that the patient tries to remain up and about. This may cause the disease to become more severe and lead to a prolonged illness, Other measures should include DRUSILLA IJOVKD CHILDREN Wellflcet, Mass. |UP) — In a two- ccntury-old house still standing here, there once lived a woman known as Aunt Drusilla Lane who thc correction of constipation, drugs prescribed by the physician to relieve headache, irritability and sleeplessness, and nose drops if there is a great deal of nasal congestion. Sometimes, a cough medicine may also be required since the cough is usually dry and cx- trcmeiy irritating. Some patients find a hot drink helpful in overcoming sleeplessness and the feeling of tiredness which accompanies influential infections. For sore throat. Dr. Gunn suggests the breathing in of a mixture of equal parts of powdered aspirin and sulfathiazolc. Lozenges containing one of the sulfonamide drugs or penicillin have aleo been found helpful. One of the chief dangers of in- riuejiM. is that a secondary infection with streptococci or pneu- I'.ococci or other germs may occur. ?"or this reason, penicillin and sulfonnmide drugs are often administered during- an influenza! attack to help ward off complications. All of these, of course, are taken only under a physician's order. (Copyright, 19-16, King Features Syndicate, Inc.) from (riox.i.nc, a, form of form.vl- dchyde. - Tin; fuel,' beinjj produced for the fl:st lime on .1 commercial scata. ignite. 1 : in.sia.n1.ly with » non- luminous fl.'imc not cosily blown •>i)l by wind. Jt was used during the war experimentally in . ihc search for a fuol to hc.it field r,i- liomi without disclosing positions of front line troops to the enemy. STUIKK KNHS .Minneapolis—Some 30,000 public school students 'in St.. Paul, Minn., -ire back in class rooms which have been vacant, since the city's teachers went out on sl.rilic November 25. The schools reopened yesterday, one week before the end of the normal /Chns-tmas holiday recess. The HcJion ca^-nc after the teachers' joint council voted to suspend t/.-.e strike. 1947 DIARIES AMFILE SECRETARIES STEEL FILE CABINETS LEDGERS - JOURNALS DESK SETS CLIP FILES PUNCHES STAPLING MACHINES INVENTORY PADS TIME BOOKS IN-OUT RECORDS LABELS - TAGS LOOSE LEAF BOOKS LEDGER FORMS INKS - CLIPS - ETC. YOUR STATIONER SWEENEY'S ART nnd STATIONERY STORE Silk is used for gun powder bags because of its rapid and complete combustion action when the powder is detonated. While building uncovered a red wall, the mortar | had 22 children—two of fter own for which contained fish bones. ; and 20 adopted. Some local historians theorize that the wall WHS bulk from ballast taken ashore from Lcif Ericson's vessel to build a fort as protection against the natives. The wall is known variously as Norsemen's Fireplace and Norsemen's Fort. Breach Of Peace Case Underway The 'breach of peace cases of Walter Ogsnou'ski, 60. 1S8 North | Main street, and Walter Sikorski. i 37, Bridge street, continued from j a hearing last Monday, are being j heard today in borough court by Judge Martin L. Caine, The two were alleged to have engaged in ti fight on Dec, 23, in a Union City tavern. CAKIJ OF THANKS fti WINTERIZED AT CHAPPIE'S AMOCO GASOLINE SERVICE STATION 248 imiDGE ST. TEL. 4890 MCMILLAN MOTOK '>n.» fltltl'X ER TOOLS AUTO PARTS And Accessories For All Curs & M Motors. Inc. General Repairing 80-83 SOUTH MAIN ST. Tel. 6441 1CLECTRIC IRONS $2.95 WEISS' Ben Franklin Store 152 CHURCH STREET We wish to express our sincere and heartfelt thanks to the many friends, relatives and neighbors, who. by their many acts of kindness, floral tributes and expressions of sympathy did so much tu make lighter the burden of grief in our recent bereavement. Special thanks are extended the Naugatuck Chemical and Synthetic Divisions of the U. S. Rubber Co. Signed: Mrs, Maurice Cowan and family. CARD OF THANKS YES! ! WE HAVE SCOTCHES J. K. STORES CUT RATK, LIQUORS, WINES, BEERS Free .Delivery Anywhei-* in Borough 898 N. Main St. Tel. 4979 j Wo wish to express our sincere | and heartfelt thanks to the many | friends, relatives and neighbors, j who, by their many acts of kindness, floral tributes and expressions of sympathy did so much to make lighter the burden of grief in our recent bereavement. Special thanks are extended: Brother Member Steel Workers Local 1558, Naugatuck Young Republican Club. Republican Town Committee, Naugatuck P-olice Association, Purple Knights, and Mechanical Depl. Nnugatuck Chemical. Signed: The Ploski family. 2t HOID1NG her Christmas doll, Sayda Ayala, 9, gazes gleefully at Santa Glaus, in Bellevue Hospital; New York, where her sight was restored. Blind since birth, she was given | weighed 250 pounds. The average vision through an operation for the removal of congenital cataracts from both eyes. (International) BAG 2i->tt-POUNlJ COUGAR Tjonprview, Wash. — (UP) — Hunters killed one of the largest cou- Kars over bagged in southwestern Washington. The animul measured 10 foot from tip to tip and K\XO. of cougars is less than eigrht feet, with an average weight of ISO pounds. KILLERS HOPE TO BEAT GAS CHAMBER y*n-*+***»*ft**+*+.rrrf ff ffr**r f 4 \ M. Barry Keegran S FAMILY " • PHOTOGRAPHER || 108 Bunk st Watcrhury '• j Jones Morgan Bids:. Tel. 4-5384 ' VISIT OUR NEW GIFT SHOP For WeddJhu Anniversary and. Shower Gifts . . . Silver, China, I-amp*, Vases, Etc. $1 to $50 « .William Schpero JEWELER 180 Church Straet Nauf»tuck Venetian Blinds In Stock. I RUT Strrler LEBON'S 170 No. Until M. Trl. S-72ZI OLLIES RADIATOR CO. TEL. 5541 18 PROSPECT ST. Union City AUTO RADIATORS REPAIRED, CLEANED and Re-Cored Work Called For and Delivered ALL WORK GUARANTEED OI.I.IK I.KDUC, Prop. CONDEMNED TO DIE in California's lethal gas chamber for the murder of Alc.-itraz guard William Miller during a riot at the Federal prison, Sam ShocJdey (left) and Miran Thompson enter San Quentin Prison, Cal., to await execution. Both hope that the Supreme Court will reverse the decision of the grand jury that convicted them. (.International^ This clever princess jumper is so easy to do. the teen-age sewer can make it in no time. Deep lucks insure n. smooth fit, the square neckline shows off the pretty drawstring blouse. Barbara Bell Pattern No. 1550 is designed for sizos 11, 12, 13. 1-1, 16 and 18. Size 12, jumper, requires '2 1-2 yards of 54 - inch material; blouse, long sleeves, 2 1-8 yards of 35 or 39-inch. For this pattern, send 25 cents in coins, your name, address, pattern number and size wan-tod to j Barbara Bell, Naugatuck Daily News, P. O. Box 00, Station G. New i York 19, N. Y. ! 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