Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 20, 1947 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Monday, January 20, 1947
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Health Talks B y HKRMAX B17NDESEN, M. D. Contrary .Behavior • Of Stomach III cur A STEADY, dull, burning pnln In the upper part of the abdomen; th [,i |a oti<! of the slfcrai of uicor of tho stomach or first part 0 ( the bou-ol. Attacks ordinarily conic on In the c'trly morning or mldnftci-noon. Lcsy frequently, r •.',.'••.-•(. I yy?™ 6 !! 1 '-* A^'v^^s^P®^ 0 " 8 ! anc ^ s° c ' a ^ i At Strand Tuesday Only n t bcsln 'it bedtime or between VFW Auxiliary Represented At Department Meet Eifrht members of -the Ladies' auxiliary, Crusader post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, attended the quarterly meeting: of the »tato de- three o'clock In the morn- i partmont yesterday in Ansonia. Jn the prcat mnjority of •hut's the way an ulcer which Is ontinp its wn Y through tho stonv nc h wnll behaves. And yet. on oc- ,1 pension, It can do Juul fin much dam. '•T^dRe In n. secret nnd silent way without cousin^ any pain at all. Or, it may. c<ui.ic pain but in an un- expccted locution. >thc back, for in- Instesid of thn abdomen. U'hlmslciil Fashion ulcers so often behave In this freakish and whimolcnl fashion, 1>. James VV. Hull, Jr., of tho Medical Corps of the Army of the Ur.ltncl Stutes, bcllovo.H they frequently lend to mistakes in In most cases, where nn ulcer ia iire.-tent, Uu> takin? of food will plvc some relief I'roro thn pain. In other cases It may jfive only par:i«l relief, or may even make the pain worse. In Homo instances. Instead of attacks of pain tho patient mny only have vomiting attacks, (!i:(; to tho fact that there is some obstruction or blocking of the pnss- HRC of food from the stomach to the small intestine. Type, nf I'hyMqlii' I: l.i brlievecl that ulcer occurs '•an\y in persons with a certain type 'Of physique, that Is, persons who arc thin, nnxlous and tense. Dr. H/ili thinks that muscular, overweight, n hd placid persons may also hiive ulcer. Thcru iiro a number of conditions which may produce symp- Thosc attending \vcrc: Mrs. Rose Bcntempo, president; 'Mrs, Katherlno Radcliffe, district prcsi dent; Mrs. Maude Lewis, Mrs Helen Donlan, Mrs. Mabel Burke Mrs. Lauretta Casper, Mrs. Anna Lconhardt, Mrs. Hazel Bickford. The auxiliary will sponsor a card and binso party Saturday eveninp Jan. 25. with prizes to bo awardcc e:ich table aa well OA door prizes A white elephant table will be featured. Ccmmittco In charge of arrangements Includes: Mrs. Leonhardt, Mrs. Bontempo, Mrs. Althca Lewis, Mrs, Ma.fca.fet Stauffer, Mrs. Bickford, Mrs. Mnude Lewis, Mrs. Btu-ke, Mrs. Radcliffe; Mrs. Christine Holm, Mrs, Edna Gladding. Proceeds will be placed in a fund used for hospital work. 100 Girl Scouts Hear Address Mrs. Jenzell Entertains At Farewell Party Mrs. Joseph Jenzell, 107' Trow- brldgc place, entertained Saturday afternoon at a farewell party in honor of M™. Walter Dahlin of Waterbury, who with her .family will return next week to their home in Chicago, III. The guest of honor was the recipient of two books. Refreshments were served and a social period was enjoyed, Among those attending were: Mrs. Carl Magnuson, Mrs. C. G. Swanson, Mrs. Alfred Wedin, Mrs. Oscar Richardson, Mrs, P. A. Johnson, Mrs. Godfried Carlson, Mrs. Charles Nelson, Mrs. Marie Anderson. Mrs. Thcoodre Johnson, Mrs. Joseph Nygrcn, Mrs. Roy Johnson, Mrs. Harold Hcacock, Mrs, Carl Anderson. Mrs. Fridolf Anderson, Mrs. Donatus Anderson, Miss Anna CTson, Miss Mildred Abramson, the guest of honor and hostess. Playmakers Plan Surprise Entertainment The Playmakers of St. Michael's Episcopal church 'will hold a meeting Wednesday evening, Jan. 22 at 8 o'clock in the parish house. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shimor assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wood, and Mr. and Mra. Maurice Davis will be in charge of the program, which will follow the business session conducted by C. B. Hall, president. Theme of the .program is a surprise, therefore no announcement can be made prior to the -meetingr. Those attending- are requested to wear their oldest and funniest hat, or one of their own creation. . Refreshments will bo 1 served, with those attending asked to furnish their own sugar. Former Resident Engaged To Wed Announcement is made of the engagement of Laura Harriet Loomis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hubbell, The talk on first aid, home turns like those of ulcer, mien as i;a.iintl:i. disorders of thu esoplui- j:us which lead:: from the mouth to th'. 1 stomach, hc.irt and blood vessel diseases, or even spaums of ttif nuisnlo 'botwuen tho stomach and bowel or larjre Intestim?. In sonic Instftncea there may be cvldent'i: in the X-ray plate that ;in '.ilccM' is present, but this may lie ji hwili'il ulci.T and Hiich symptoms as the pntiont U having may be duo to Improper functioning or nction of the stomach and Intestine. Thus, in order to make a definite diagnosis of ulcer, it Is isug- «s:ed that an hour to hour ^y.His nf tho patient's symptoms be "•randi! over a "-(-houf period. The stools should (ID examined for the presence of blood. One test that can be made Is to Hive u weak -solution of hydrochloric acid, and if an ulcer Is present the pain will become worse. On tho other hand, the giving of alkalis will relieve the symptoms. More than 100 Girl Scouts at-1 Harrie A. Loomis of Watertown, tended ' a lecture Friday afternoon I formerly of Naugatuck, to 'James in the choir room of St. Michael's I H. McFetridgc, son of Mr, and !.-„: , c hu ,. ch| presented by I Mrs, Henry McFotridgc of Simsbury. No date has been set for the wedding-. Miss Loomis Is a graduate of Wilby High school, Waterbury, and Mr. McFetridge graduated from Slmsbury High school. Ho served tor two and a naif years with the U. S. Naavy, including One and a half years in the Pacific theater of operations. | nursing and general care of the /•ick was an introduction to a course in home nursing to be given Girl Scouts at a date to be announced by troop leaders, Mr*. Htibbcll demonstrated various forms of bandages stressing those improved for emergencies, and which migh't be used by Scouts hiking oi- engaging in other activities. (Copyright, Syndicate', i:\c.) King Fontui-c-3 V- Ollies Radiator Shop W I'KOSJ'KCT ST. TKL. 50-U L'nluii City i\n(f) KiidiutorH f{('[iiiirrd, < Irnai'd ur.fl KfsC'urcd Wurk C'ii'lcil J''»r and Delivered AM. \VOKK ttlfARANTKICI) Olllo I. ( . Our, ITOp. Kennedy Circle Meeting 1 Tomorrow Kennedy Circle, Daughtedl of Isabella, will meet tomorrow evening in the Knights of Columbus rooms at 8 o'clock, it was announced today by Mrs. Bca Mackin, regent. New members will be initiated and refreshments win be served. All member! are requested to be present. Funerals WELL I-LL BE DOG-GONE Don't In., a dunce, learn tho trui! iiconorny and convenience "! our modem laundry service ... More your laundry ii Kivun exacting euro —returned to you fresh, beautifully done • • • 'ind our charges are mod- AMERICAN *^ r \i \I,K \ . • ~ Waterbury Mr*. Mary Sundns Funeral serviveos for Mrs. Mary Margaret (Stasonis) Sundas, C-J Lounsbtiry street, who died Friday ufttrnoon, were held this morning nc £:13 o'clock from the Fitzgerald Funeral Home, 320 North Main street, to -St. Mary's church, where •a solemn high Mass of requiem was celebrated at 9 o'clock. Tho Rev. George Vilcicuiskas was celc- brnnt of the Mass, the Kev. John Wnnat, deacon, and the Rev. George Dunn, sub - deacon. The REV. John Waniit, deacon, and the P.ev, George Dunn, sub-deacon. The musical sot-vice was in charge ot Mr.». Albertine O'Donnell. Bearers wore: John Suelktiuskas, William Kitraban. Peter White, Joseph, Anthony and Peter Sanda, Anthony KleveiJikas. A delegation from the Daughters of Lithuania society included: Mrs. Anna Zaleskls, Mia. Ka'Je Pralaikls, Mrs. Victoria AIz- foergls). Mrs. Eva Aiduscavage, Mrs, Mildred Po.scavage. Mrs. Mary Burktiuskas, Prayers at the grave in St. James' cemetery were read by Father Vllciaiiskas. Willlum H. Jones Funeral services J'or William H. Jones, secretary of the T. F. Jiultnrdold. Inc., were hold last nlglit at the Hickcox Funeral Home, .Watertown, with the Re John Weslbrook, pustoi- of in First Cnngrcgational church, oil elating. Masonic services were charge of George Shaw, u-orshi full miiiUcr of Kedcral lodge, assis' cd by the Rev. Fred Wilcock, chap ,'nlfi. Honorni-y bearers were Herb ert E. Shaw, Wilfred Bryan, Alex antler Agnew, F. H. Peterson. Hat old LKittin, all past masters of Fed era I lodgf>, nnd T. F. Bdttcrflelc Burial will he at the convenient^ the family In Evergreen come tcry. Sisterhood To Seat Officers A postponed meeting of Congre- Kation Beth Israel will be held tomorrow evening at 8:30 o'clock in the Community Center on Fairview avenue. Lawrence Matxkin, president, will install officers of the newly formed Sisterhood. Officers to bo installed include: Mrs. Harry Pliskin, president; Mrs. Samuel Heckler, vice - president; Mrs. Murray Kugcll, secretary; Mrs. Sidney Weiss, treasurer; Mrs'. Matzkin. Mi-.-;. Loynard Bcrge: 1 , Mrs. Abraham Rubin, educational committee; Airs. William Rosenblatt, publicity, Entertainment will be provided by the Naugatuck chapter of Hadassah. Church Officers Installed Herd Officers of the Jmmanuel Luth-! cran church were installed ycster-1 day morning at the 10:30 o'clock service, with the Revv. Harold.! Lucas, pastor, 'officiating. Those Installed include: Charles; Vagi, chairman; Henry Radwlck, : recording secretary; Walter Schiman, financial secretary; Clarence Litke, assistant financial secretary; John Vagt, treasurer; Emil Schi- tfAOOATPCK MEWg (CONN.). MOHPAY; JjUT.' :*f To enroll in • Leon Institute . Miss Dorothy Pawlowic*,. daugh tcr of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pawlo wicz, 85 Woodlbine street, will en. roll at the Leon Institute of Hair Dressing, Feb. 7. Chicago Residents Visit Vaughans Mr. and Mrs. Harold Edtnon of Chicago. 111., are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. VaURh- an, 06 Cliff Btrect, Mrs. Edmon is the former Roberta Adams. man, Ethel missions .treasurer; .Miss Schiman, Sunday school superintendent; Otto Luschetnat, AlbcH Kratnpetz, Joq Schleslnger, Charles Schrul, Rudolph Litke, counci' members. Mrs. Holmberg Hospital Patient Mrs. Albert Holmbort', 33 Sweun- ey street, is a surgical pationt at Long Island College hospital, Brooklyn. N. Y. Her condition is reported as satisfactory. Semrow-Czarny Wedding Jan. 11 Miss Olga Cssarny, daughter of' Kr. and Mrs. Wasyl 1 Czarny, 26 \ Lines court, was married Jan. 11 to : Harold R. Semrow, 375 High street, in a'ceremony which took place at :i o'clock in the afternoon in SS. Puter and Paul church, Ansonia. Mr. nnd Mrs, Luke Czavny, brother and sistor-in-law of the bride, attended the couple. The bride is a graduate of Woon- sockot, fR. I.) High school, and Mr. Semrow graduated from Naugatuck High school! A vo'leran of nearly five years with the Army, including four years overseas service in both theaters, Mr. Semrow is now captain of Naugatuck Co., F, National ~runrd. Doctor, Wife In New York Dr. and Mrs. Edward Lermar,, 17 Cedar litrqnt, are spending the \veok at the Laurels Country club, New- York city. Cook county. Illinois, with a population of .].03C,3-I2, is the largest inMi^IfC? ° in the U. S. KASV TKKMS 7.KMTII H. C. A. CKOSI.KV II 1C MM X Hll(lll)- I'honogriiph Combinations Aurora county. South Dakota wit.h a population of 42 is the smallest in the U. S. »AOIOSi ACRttANf [ 5 TcL t»U 13 x o. Mil in st. Union City THE EYEGLASS SHOP C.H.Tomlinson Building Naueatuck. Conn. COUGHS DUE TO COLDS Vacationing- In Miami Beach, Fla. Mi-, nnd Mrs. Morris Rosenblatt, ' of Cliff street, arc vacationing at;' the Grand Plaxa Hotel, Miami Beach. Fla. FULL-COLOR 'SCENIC PICTURES DODGE Hotchkiss St. Garage 47 HOTCHKISS -STRKKT Tel. 5727 .1. I.. MAKILAUSKAS, 1'rop. SAI,KS — SKIIVICJS WE'RE .ALTERING OUR STORE Watch Us Grow! CORNER CANTEEN 3!)2 No. Main Street "Dom" Tellcrico, Prop. VIM-MASTER STEREOSCOPE \ Sec Hawaii, the Grand' Canyon, Famous Cities,' Animals and hundreds of other world-famous scenic attractions "cdme to life" in the amazing realism of stereoscopic, natural-color View- Master pictures. They're en-' tertaining and educational for adults arid children alike. See for yourself! View-Master stereoscopes and over 250 different, interchangeable, seven-scene stereoscopic reels are now available for, your selection. STlKfOSCOPIS D«Lux«... 12.00 Slondord. H.50 VIW-MASTtK KfELS asc». •» 3 for'1.00 SALE SHOES DID YOU LOOK IN DUE WINDOWS? Save 1-3 to 1-2 ! ! f BUILDING NAUGATUOK, CONN. FOR A CAB TEL. 5285 DAY or NIGHT Independent Cab Co. 1(H) South Main St. YOUR KODAK DEALER SWEENEY'S AKT and STATIONERY STORE 218 Church St. ANOTHER SHIPMENT AMERICAN MADE GUARANTEED ALARM CLOCKS $2-20 Inc. Tax SCHNEERC *^CRED<T JfWElCR5«J RADIO EXPERTS , Since 1925 . SWAN'S 15 Church St. — TcL 2574 '&•? South Main St — 4 2206 TRAIN FOR BUSINESS DAY OR KVKXINU—NEW CLASSES JAN. 23 AND FJSB. 3 JUNIOR COLLEGE 24 Central Aye., . Waterbury I'linnr 1-8772 P. T. A. Board To Meet Tuesday The executive board of the Prospect street school Parent-Teacher association will meet tomorrow eveninj* at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Albert Morlensen, 25 Orchard terrace. JAPS STRIKE Tokyo—Japanese government railway communication and administrative workers have voted to call a strike on February first. The walk~out would involve more than two and a half million workers and would bo tho •largest strike in Japanese history. COMMUNISTS RBJKCT Nanking, Chin*—n» Corn- munlRt central committee ' hM turned flown the nattomllntti.'gov- ernment'* offer to '• dfupatch • pence emlmary to die Nopth China Red capital of YenM. The CommunlnU demand, at the, Mima time that General ChlM* accept two peace condition* mUMItoay- tlnn of the new oonrtltutlon and return to military linen of fort January. Stanislawa Angel-Engehiwnn, starred in. "\yrzos" which hcadn a special l'olit*li language film [irogrutir TucMduy at the Strand Theater, VVaterbury. .Birth announce the birth of a daughter, Of Daughter yesterday at the Waterbury hos- Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Zapntlca, pilal - Mrs - Za P atka '» the former 9 Highland avenue, Beacon Falls, Alyda Enamait. NO BINGO UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE St. Michael's Parish Beacon Falls KOt NORTH HADT ST. Union City - TtL MM •*», Are Reducing Prices All Ford Cars ••*-. jjt?;? as much as 50 on some models" Effective Immediately A Statement by Henry Ford // "Although more dian one million of oiu' customers are waiting for delivery of their cars at present prices, we arc immediately reducing the price of every Ford car~ some models as much as. S50. "This is our 'down payment' toward a continued high level of production and employment in the months ahead. We believe that the 'shock treatment' of prompt action is needed to halt the insane spiral of mounting costs and rising prices and to restore a sound base for the hopeful period of post-war production we are now entering. "JLct me review briefly the considerations which have led us to take this important step. "The Ford Motor Company is in the mass production, business. Mass production depends upon large markets. It w/lj continue to succeed only if it can produce more and more at lower and lower cost so that more and more people can buy. Large markets begin to disappear when prices rise. "The un-American spiral of mounting costs and rising prices has hurt,everybody — some groups more than others. Many have not benefited from post-war wage increases, but have had to share the burden of resulting higher prices. Already, millions of American families are unable to buy the things which, in normal times, make up their standard of living. In tho short view, we can see inflation, Jn the long view, there is danger of depression. "The period since V-J Day has been an unhappy and costly period of reconversion to peacetime production. Ford Motor Company has lost millions of dollars since V-J Day, even after all tax adjustments. «- "But the crisis of this wild aftermath of war seems to have been passed. Our own production, though still limited by material shortages, is now steadier. Produc- tivity of our employes, -which bit a new low during the period, seems to have started its return to normal. Ford Motor Company made a modest profit for the last three months of 1946, and we intend to continue to operate in the black. "The American economy now stands at • turning point. Mounting costs and rising prices have warranted caution and hesitancy. There is even general fear that this dangerous, un-American cycle cannot be corrected without an economic recession. We think this fe«r can be dispelled by common sense and action. And among free men that becomes an individual responsibility. "The Ford Motor Company therefore proposes to accept its Josses since V-J Day as an item of the cost of a great and victorious war. We are closing our books on that phase of our production history. We have decided that now is the time for us to make an investment in the future. "Because they must build up depleted cash reterrt. or because they are still losing money, many businenes may not be able to follow suit. But we hope that «ur suppliers, our employes, and our other economic partners will back, each to his own ability, our attempt to return to the economic pattern which has helped to make America great-the principle that higher wages and a higher standard of living for all depend upon lower costs and lower prices through increasingly efficient large-scale production. "We hope, as we move forward, that we will be able to reduce prices further, and that we will not be forccJ to raise them again to compensate for cost increases.'' Q PRESIDENT, FORD MOTH}? COMPANY

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