Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 13, 1947 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Monday, January 13, 1947
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BYRD EXPEDITION TO BEGIN CHARTING POLAR REGIONS PACIFIC OCEAN ATLANTIC OCEAN MARGUERITE' 600 MILES ROSS SEA mum*]'I scon is>. ROSS ICE INDIAN OCEAN rliinn for (;.\i>lorljijc the .still unknown ureas of tliL- Antarctic uro shown on the map above. Dotted. nrrowK show the .sections which will l>e charted by ti task forne under the Immediate command of Admiral lilchnrd II. Cni.son. The central group, bused lit Little America, will explore the polar region. The eastward unit will survey by air James W. Ellsworth Land und the western group will look over Willie* Land neiir tiio iVlnenetlc South 1'olc. The varied Antarctic areas claimed by different countries and explorers on the Imsis of previous expeditions u re Indicated by tho outer arrows. The U. N. may decide conflicting claims, (International) 11 SIGN OF Till'! TIMIOS? Omahn, Neb. (UP)—A slf.'n over tho headquarters of tho Nebraska Power Company reads: "Electric Soi'vicc Is Cheap." Recently something went wron;,' with tho sign and the first 11 letters were dnrk, leaving the liiat U letters brilliantly llghtrtd. { M. Barry Keegan I CANDID | *" WEDDINGS I IDS Bunk St. Wnlerbtiry Jones IJIdR. Tel. 'I-5.SHI |; Bill's Danbury Hatter 57 SOUTH MAIN ST. Win, Mariano, Prop. Men'* HnN Cleaned, Blocked Factory Methods NKW HATS FOIl SAJ,13 Hut* Made to Order $100,000 In Gold Believed In Wreck Wcllflcct. Mass. (UP)—One hundred thousand dollars in pirate cold slvor is bcllovad buried in the wrecked hull of the ship Whidah two r.iilca south of the Wcllflcct Coast Gui'.rri station. Many yenrs i\>;» this vessel, captained by the pirate Samuel Bellamy, was cruising" along tho coast when it was wrecked by a gale and all but two nf the 1-15 buccaneers aboard perished. As InLe as 1923, the sunken hulk WUM located, but 'thus fur nothiripr except a cannon has been removed from it. Dog Routs Cops, But SPCA Net Works Covington, Ky. (UP)—The Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Ani| mnls did a job where the police failed. | For three days and nights, a small female terrier stood guard over her fallen playmate and blocked all attempts, by police to remove her or her companion, which had been struck by a hit-run driver. | . The SPCA. was called and removed both dogs. They used a net on tho "watchdog" and finished the job three days after police had been called. " DODGE Hotchkiss St. Garage • 47 HOTCHKISS STJREKT j Tol. 5727 * J. I,. M.V/ILAUSKAS. Frop. SALES — SERVICK JANUARY FUR SALE UNDER WAY 09 N. ALAIN STREET Watorl.ury Tel. 3-3727 I AUTO PARTS ? And AiTcviMorlRtt 5 T'or All CiirM IB & M Motors, Inc, j Gcnrral firpalrln? J WWJ SOUTH MAIN' ST. Jolin Rutlcdire of South Carolina waa appointed chief justice by Prcs- idotit Washington in 17^5. but he presided only one term. The senate refused to confirm his appointment. liI.KCTIUC IRONS) $2.95 WEISS' Ben Franklin Store « > 152 CHURCH STRI'JET +t+***+'*f*r*-f*+ j KKMl.VGTON and SC1IICK KLKCTRIC SHAVKfJ!S SC'KICK SUAVEKSETS O. !•;. TuhlC! Model Radios I'lirliihii: Klecd-ic JSecoril IM.'iyers G. 1C. Klprtric Kitchen and Mantli! Clocks HAWLEY HARDWARE House-Building Peak Expected In 1948 Chicago (UP)—Year after next is the soonest this nation can hope to surpass previous records In the | production of housing, according i to the United States Savings and Loan League. The league's committee on trends and economic policies reported on a survey which, it said, indicated that approximately 950,000 new dwellings will be constructed in 19-18. which will be more than the 937,OCO unite put up by the industry during the peak year of 1025. The committee further suggested thnt beginning with 19-10, the building- industry in the U. S, can produce a million new homes. Tel. frill New Term Opepi .fan. 2, 1!H7 t'OUKSKS FOR ry. Typist, Clerk Cnmp- toniftfr OiMTiitor * .U'oountunt THE PERRY SCHOOL STRK.AMI.INK1> AUTOMATIC IRON $850 LIGHT WEIGHT Pay 50c Week SCHNEERC *»»CREOIT JEWELERS^ 032 JVORTH MAIN ST. ITnlon City - Tel. «68S J. \V, V. CONVENTIONS Hartford. Jan. 13-— (LHP)—A regional conference of all Jewish War Veterans posts in Neu- England will be held at Hartford March 8 and 9. The agenda will include such problems as adjustment of pensions and disability allowances to meet high living _ costs; emergency housing, and the Immediate • refunding of terminal bonds. GOING AWAY? CKT^YOUK LUGGPGE At FISHER'S 111 South Main St., Wuterbury STRISIK'S (0 Center at. • watarfiury, Conn GLASSWARE. THE EYEGLASS SHOP C.H.Tomlinson NMurjr Building N»acntuck. Conn. Women's Activities-Personal and Social Valley Players To Hold Party Members of the cast ot "Arsenic and Old Lace," presented by the Valley Flayers • in December, will be .guests of honor at u party Saturday, Jan. 25 in the MiUv.lllc library building. Committee in charge of arrangements' includes Mrs. 'Janves B. Nies, Hy'scllM. .Brooks and Miss .Joan Dillon, . • . Mr. Nies has been appointed chairman ot a play reading, committee, which will select n play for presentation in the spring;. Selwyn Mather and Mrs, Paul Grinbcrg will assist. . .'.••' Beth Israel . • Installation Officers of the Beth Israel Sisterhood will be installed tomorrow evening at ceremonies to be conducted In the community center on Fairvicw avenue at 8 o'clock, Lawrence Matzkin, president of the Congregation Both Israel, will jbe installing officer. Dorothy Jepson Engaged To Wed ; Miss Dorothy Phyllis Jcpson, daughter of Mr and Mrs. J. P. Jepson, 74 Gorman street, is engaged to wed Albert Kenneth Jarceau of St. Mary's hospital staff, Waterbury, it has been announced by her parents. No date, has been'set for the wedding. Hillside Officers- Installed Sunday Officers of the Hillside Congregational church were installed last night at the annual service of installation and communion by the Rev. Paul W. Peterson, pastor. Lewis St. Couple Parents Of Son Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Burns of Lewis street, announce the birth of a son Saturday evening at St. Mary's hospital, Waterbury. Mrs, Burns is the former Maccll-o Ann O'Connor of Fort Madison, Iowa, Engaged Engagement Announced Mr! and Mrs. Samuel Townsend of Mlddlebury announce the engagement of their daughter, Gracette, to Harry Collier Mocckel, son Of Mr«. O. C. Moeckol of New Haven road. No date has been set for the wedding. Miss Townsend is a graduate of Wilby Ht-gh school and Larson Junior college, New Haven, and at present la affiliated with the office a ; taff of the Brookside Dairy. | Svea Ave. Couple Parents Of Girl Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gallagher. 82 i Svea avenue, are th"e. parents of a daughter bo'rn Jan, 8 at the Waterbury hospital. NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), MONDAY, JAN. 13, 11)47—PAGE S Health Talks Similar Symptoms Hard To Diagnose . Miss Rachel B.. Rodenbach, whoso engagement to George Leonard Bmmel,'3d, son of Dr. and Mrs. Murk W. Enunei of Gainesville, Fla., was announced Saturday at a tea given by her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Charles P. Rodenbacli, 58' Terrace avenue. The wedding' will take place in March. Miss Rodcnbuch Is a technician at the Payne Whitney Clinic, New York honpltal, Cornell Medical school, Mr. Emmc) will graduate from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine In March and will In- terne at the hospital of the university. Ramona Council To Install Tomorrow Installation of officers of Ramona council, Degree of' Pocahontas, will be held tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock in Odd Fellows' hall, Mrs. Ethel Lawrence, deputy great Pocahontas and. her staff from New Canaan, will install the officers. A supper will be served following the .business session. Visits With Sister Recently Mrs. Jennie C. Wilson! 42 ' May avenue, has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Joseph Bowman in Portland. Crocheted Pansy Wheel Moln St. — 4 2204 OLLIES RADIATOR SHOP 18 PROSPECT ST, TEL. 5541 Union City AUTO RADIATORS REPAIRED, CLEANED and Re-Cored Work Called For and Delivered ALL WORK GUARANTEED OMJF, IT: m;c. rro:>. WHITE JEHSEY COTTON DIAPERS '. $3.39 dozen B OErT STORE SPRING STBEET R 24 94* PATTERN >'O, R24D-1 Every once in 11 while, along comes a new doily design that you just, have to.crochet. This 12','. doily oT fascinating patterns is bordered by pansiea of raised design. Crochet the pansies of lovely variegated thread—it will seem as If you have fresh flowers in your home. Pattern envelope contains Bti-tch illustrations and complete, ,easy-to- follow directions for the above.. [ J.ustOut! Our new 01-page, multicolored "Book of Ncedla Arts" containing five free patterns', arid many other suggestions for' dressing up your home and yourself, is just off the press. Send your request for I this book to the address listed be- ' low, (enclosing twenty cents (20c.) i in coins to cover the cost and mail- i ing charges. Send 15 cents (coin) for Pattern No. R2194 to Poggy Roberts,. Nau- gatuclc Daily News, P. O. Box 100, Station G. New York 19, N. Y. Please include your postal zone number, . (Released by The Bell Syndicate, Inc.) ... •..,.:,..,.,,,-.,.., Woman's Club Plans Bridge New members of the Naugatuck Woman's club wil! be honored at a membership dessert bridge to .be held Monday afternoon,- Jan, 20 at 2 o'clock in the American Legion Memorial Home, 21 Cedar street. Reservations may be made with the chairman of the membership committee, Mrs. Andrew M. Watson. Other members of the committee are: Mrs. Verne E., .\Tsr. 'Albert W. Holmberg, Mrs. John F. DceRan, Mrs. Willis D. Merrill, Mrs. F. S. Conovcr, Mrs. Victor Anderson, Mrs. Robert W, Fcnn, Mrs. Gler.n F. Noble. Mrs. Donald G. Kirby. Those planning to attend are requested to furnish their own cards. Club Meetings Planned Tonight Election of officers of the newly organized Junior Woman's club will be held tonight at 8 o'clock in the American' Leg-ion Memorial Home, 21 Cedar street. The Naugatuck Woman's club Juniorities also will meet tonight at 7:15 o'clock in the Legion Home. New Britain Couple Married . Miss Ruby Elizabeth Nelson, daughter of John Nelson, and Ernest Nelson Humphrey, Jr., son. of Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Humphrey, both of New Britain, were married Jan. 4 at the Methodist church here, with tho Rev. T. Bradley Longstaff,'officiating. The couple were attended by Mr. .".nd Mrs. Joseph SanAngelo of the borough. Awarded Prize At Middlebury Party Mrs. Percy Vincent of Rubber avenue WHK awarded a spccia.1 prize at a card party given for tho benefit of the parish of the Church of St. .John of the Cross, Middlebury, Friday evening in the Middlebury town hall. Only one two-billionth pnrt of the energy radiated by the sun actually reaches the earth. Vic Vet jays IF YOU WANT ADVICE v Or4 SuviNG OR RUNNING- A FARM -?E£VDUR LOCAL AGRICULTURAL AGENT. Altar Society Elects Officers Mrs. Francis Scully was elect cd president of St. Mary's Alta society at a meeting held recently in the church hall. Other officers elected arc: Mis Marie McGuire, secretary; Mrs John P. Kissano, treasurer. Plans for' a year of extensive so cial activi-ties were discussed. Attend Wedding In Portland, Me. Miss Betty Jane Culver and New ton Culver of tho borough attend ed tho wedding: of Miss Na Louise Moses and Floyd Richar< Beechcr which took place recently in Portland, Me. Evangeline Circle Meeting Tomorrow Mrs. Ailing Squires will be gucs 1 speaker tomorrow evening at a meeting of .Evangeline Circle c-1 the Salem Lutheran church to be Acid in the church hall at 8 o'clock Her topic will be, "Mysterioub Haiti." Hostesses will be Mrs. Herbcr Bohlin and Mrs. Axel Carlson. Rebekahs To Plan Installation Plans for installation of officers to be held Jan. 29 will be discussed Wednesday evening at a regular meeting of Columbian Re bekah lodge, No. 35, I.O.O.F., in Odd Fellows hall at 8 o'clock. Mrs Marie Ashford, noble grand, wil conduct the business session which will be followed by a social hour and the serving of refreshments. Bus Chartered For VFW Party A chartered bus will leave th corner of Water and Maple streets Wednesday evening at 6 o'clock for the Rocky Hill Veterans home where the Ladies' auxiliary of Cru sad or post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, \vi\l sponsor a bingo party Information concerning the bu trip or party may be obtained try contacting any member of the ar rang-ements committee .which in eludes: Mrs. Anna Leonhardt chairman; Mrs. Maude Lewis, Mn> Christine Holm. CRANFORD CAR SEAT COVERS NAUGATUCK SPORT & AUTO SUPPLY "KUSS" WEAVING, Prop. Window Court T>l. SS3* FOR YOUR FAMILY NEEDS!! NAT'S 410 North Main St, Union City TEL. 61M FROZEN BREAD and "PIE , DOUGH FOR SALE PATTY SHELLS TO ORDER CITY BAKERY B. P. STOPPANI, Prop. Maple Str»Pt Telephone M7« Means Much To Us^Now There's »' lot 'oT satlrfaction In seeing the Nairn; cuntomers returning: again und iiROln. It means • customer' confidence iind satisfaction In PEERLESS Wry Cleaning Service. Phone for iv rontcman today. QUALITY flry cleaning ulways. . ' . . 150 NQRTH MAIN ST. I. A 15 N GEOR6ER. BURNS. PHONE 5854 PAINT HARDWARE HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES ETC. Free Delivery CANS, Inc Maple Street Tel. 3507 By HERMAN BUNDE8EN, ff. D. IN GENERAL, the trade marlt of any disorder' is to be found in its symptoms; that is, toy the various ways in which it makes those it afficts uncomfortable. A certain pain region speaks ai plainly to .the | doctor as words could do of one disease, whereas another type of discomfort in a different region unmistakably identifies another. . Sometimes, however, two quite different disorders will cause very similar symptoms and then Iho matter of diagnosis becomes an art. Take, for instance, the esophagus or passageway which leads from the moutli to the stomach. A number of disorders may affect the lower part of this tube, producing not only difficulty in swallowing, but pain in the chest as well. This pain may often be confused with the pain of heart disease, and may ; be wrongly diagnosed as such. X-ray Valuable Here, the X-ray is of great value because, fortunately, if the esophagus is at fault, X-ray pictures will reveal it. One of the conditions affecting the esophagus is: known as cardio- spasm. This isj a condition in which there is a contraction of tho muscle at the lower end of tho esophagus just before it joins with the stomach. A spasm of this muscle produces 'difficulty in swallowing, and attacks ot vomiting. In the X-ray in such cases the esophagus is found to be stretched or dilated above: the constriction. Jn one case described by Dr. Jos. W. McKay of Montreal, the car- diospasm occurred together with a heart condition known as angina pectoris which is due to a spasm of the coronary arteries which supply the heaVt muscle with blood. It is possible that the angina pectoris and cardiospasm may be due to the same: cause. Treatment of ithe cardiospasm consists of stretching or dilating the lower end of jthc esophagus. Another condition affecting the esophagus is known as esophagitis or inflammation! of th3 lining membrane of the esophagus. Dr. McKay believes ! that this is the most frequent disorder of the esophagus which occurs. X-ray examination also permits of an accurate diagnosis in this condition. Lining Membrane Distorted It is found tfcat! the affected part of the esophagds is contracted, while its lining jnembrane is distorted. The condition causes pain under the lower ^nd of .the breastbone.' There doee not seem to be any treatment wTiich is of much value for this disorder. Another condition which affects the lower part of (the esophagus is the development of enlarged veins or variccs (var'ls-e«) In-this area. These veins stick out Into the passageway through the csophn.- gUH and they often bleed, which causes- the patient to vomit up bloody material. Frequently, these veins can be shown in the X-rny, but In some cases they arc not visible" in tho X-ray plate. They can be seen by an examination with the csophago- <copc, which is a tube with a light on the end of it. Treatment of thij condition also is difficult, but often with- rest in bed and the giving of preparations to speed up the clotting of tha blood, the symptoms clear up. Whenever attacks of pain occui in tho chest it would appear advisable that a careful X-ray examination of the esophagus be made since disorders of this structure seems to l>e rmnonsib!e for chest pain in many cases. 10 EASE MISERY OP CHILD'S CO1D "RED TAG" CLEARANCE Drastic Reductions GLASSWARE FIGUEEINES PLACQUES NOVELTIES TRAYS—GIFTS Your Chance To (Jet Real Bargains ITEMS ON SALE MARKED WITH "RED TAO" The Card and Gift Shop SWEENEY'S ART and STATIONERY STORE 213 Church St. Boro New Time! New Station! KAY-0-QUIZ' ! 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