Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 22, 1947 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, January 22, 1947
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Veterans Use Planes To Sell Real Estate Women's Activities-Personal and Social N pl >' (UP)— Two army force veterans h:\vo evolved a Jew wcy to "take a filer" in reii M \\cal estate apcnt, Warner tun j-'on i ntl il former AAF pilot, Ed Sch'oenthttl. teamed up for u new tvp e of airborne operation — that ' [ farm land from the nil- to prospective buyers. pralnapc. the condition of pns- turcs, and even the .fertility of the . 0 H as indicated by the consistency '( crop prowth can be determined , ro m the air, according to Lundcen. RUG CLEANING nnd *> DYEING Al»o Specializing In Dyeing 'fx-Scrvlccinon's Uniforms THOMAS DYE WORKS 4 PEAK'- ST. 8-7195 Wnterlmry Plans Complete For Valentine Dance Feb. 8 Details for the Va'cntine Dance to ho sponsored by the Ladles' auxiliary. Montanari-Rado post, [tiilian-Amcrlcan veterans, Saturday evening, Feb. 8 in'St. George's hall Linden Park, were completed las I, night at a meeting 1 of the auxiliary In Christoforo Columbo hall. Committee in charge of arrangements includes: Lucy Adorno, chairman; Jay Tangredi, Lillian Gargonia, Antoinette DcCarlo and Rose Vitelli. Following the business meeting conducted by Antoinette Zuccarelli, president, a social period wae held and refreshments served. TRY NEWS WAJVT ADS Local Attorneys In Washington Atty. Joseph E. Talbot and Atty. Thomas Neary are spending, a few days in Washington, D. C., on a huMincsa trip. STORE CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO DEATH IN FAMILY NO OTHER COFFEE GIVES YOU . mmror.... lli<> an AKP ('ofTce comes !o you in roiifler-i'rrsli bean . . . nnc] then, n you buy, is Custom Ground to bent results in your own coffeepot ... no oilier coffee gives you morn flavor! Yes. A&P Coffee is PACKED WITH FLAVOR! And there's a blcnf] to suit your taste . . . milil, medium or strong. So it's easy to see why A&P Coffee is America's favorite by millions of pounds! ma 1 Compare prices—ami remember: "Ymi ran'I huy finnr coffee in any pftcl«ti(i' at any prim than A&l' '(?." Croat economies in processing tinrl packaging make t.licsc prices lo ... no other coffee gives you more for your money! SOID EXCLUSIVELY .Aj AU &*P FOOD STORES A very Lecture/ Scheduled Here Mon. Afternoon Miss Eunice Harriet Avcry will give tht fourth lecture in iher winter scries at .the Congregational parish house, Monday afternoon, Jan. 27 at 3:54 o'clock. Her subject will ho "Reborn France." ' Miss Avery travelled in France lost sumn.xr, interviewing leading citizens and learning facts about the government and living conditions. "France is the first European power west of Rusla," Miss Avery recently stated." The new name of her empire is 'The French Union." She has just adopted her 15th constitution. "The French say a nation is as strong as its ability to keep up with the times. The people ask 'Are we going to eat?' (They cannot go on forever 'debating what's best to do.") The Avery series is sponsored by the Naugatuck Women's Study club and the Parish House association. Mrs. Carl Pepperman Is chairman of the committee in charge of* this club contribution to the educational life of Naugatuck. Mls.3 Avory is a seasoned speaker, recofinlzed • as an authority by other Interpreters of c u r r e n events. Navy Hospital Corps Personnel Kennedy Circle j Commended Initiates Class Of Candidates! Members of the Hospital Corps A large claaa of candidates was initiated last night at a meeting of Kennedy Circle, Daughters of Isabella, held in the Knights of Columbus rooms with Mrs. Bea Mnckln, president, conducting the meeting. . Plans for another Initiation mony to be held at the Feb. of the United 'States Navy havo been awarded a commendation by Secretary of the N]avy James For. rostol for their contributions to what he tcrma the corps' .meeting were, outlined. In conjunction with this session a card party will be held. The Naugatuck group will entertain circles fro mall, parts of the state at o. get-together at a date In Apr)'.; '• ;' Following the business session a social period was held, with group singing and. dancing .enjoyed, and refreshments served. Dance Held Monday Nigrht The Rev. ant] Mrs. Charles Flc- wetlirtf,'. missionaries who returned recently from South Africa, are visiting tht Rev. S. T. Seamans 255 Quinn street. The Missionaries expect to return to South Afrlfia in the near futura. Announce Birth Of Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Napoleon Rojraus- kas, 5 Mailer's court, arc the parents of a d:iucrhior born yesterday afternoon in Gt. Mary's hospita', VVaterbury. Patient In Hospital Mrs. Stephanie Kucllcr of Church street, Beacon Falls, is a pfttient at the Waterbury- hospital. Visits In Hartford J. Rudolph Anderson, 34 Pleas- nnt'nver.ue, was a recent visitor in H-artford. Plan Cosmetic . Demonstration A cosmetics demonstration will be given Monday dvening, Jan. 27 by Mrs. Edward Clark, beauty counsellor, at a meeting of the Wcsleyan Service Guild of the Methodist church to pe held at the home of Mrs. Walter Harris, 39" Homestead" avenue at 8 o'clock Mrs. Harris will toe assisted by Mrs, Edwin Valentine. equalled record of service in World War II. ' In his conunondatlon, a copy of which l» being- sent to each member of the Navy's Hospital Corps, officer, enlisted, Regular, Reserve, active, inactive, and former members who served at.any time, elnce •the beginning of World War ,11, Secretary Fon-est'al points out that of every 100 men 'of the Navy and Marine Corps who. were wounded .In World War II, 97 recovered. Declaring that "every individual wh'o wfs thus saved from death, owes an everlasting debt to the' Navy's Hospital Corps," the 'Secretary adds that "in earning- Its 'well- done, 1 the Hospital Corps is assured no other unit of the Navy did better in- the.- .degreevof^essen- tial duty Inspirlngly "performed.' Honored On Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller, East Waterbury road, Mr. and- Mrs. Robei't Miller, North Main street, and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ri'tter of Roger Williams road, Bridgeport, celebrated Fred Miller's birthday witn a party at the Fairway in Bridgeport recently. Couple File Intentions Marriage intentions have been filed in the office of Town Clcrlt Raymond J. St. John by Louis Malcto,, 56 Andrew avenue, and Kathcrine Elizabeth Allen, 33 George street. The couple plan to be married Saturday in St. Francis' church. Maternity Frock Medical Patient In St. Mary's . . Linda Lee Brewer, two-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brewer of Allcrton rood, is a pa- .lent at St. Mary's hosoital, vv>- ,crbu!y, whom she is being treated for possible pneumonia. Dramatic Club Discusses Play PreiCnfatior. of a -three-act play was discussed at Uie monthly meeting '°f- the Beacon yallcy Grange Dramatic club' last night. Miss June Pflrman, president, conducted the session. Care Urged In Use Of Fluorine • St. Paul,''Minn. (UF)-Fluroine on your teeth or in youT drinking water Isn't a positive guarantee against, decay. That warning was sounded by the Minnesota State Dental Association and Dr. Wallace Armstrong, professor of physiological chemistry at the University of Minnesota and a leader in fluorine research. Dr. A. W. Robertson, dental asscclation president, said that vhile there have been spectacular csults in preventing tooth decay | by use of thed rug, its effectiveness ; till has to be proved. He said fluorine may discolor teeth if there is too much in a community's drinking water. Dr. Armstrong also Urged cau- ton in the use of the drug and pointed out that evidence to date shows only that it is helpful on children's teeth. 479 Conn. Vets! Exhaust Benefits For Unemployment Approximately 72 per cent of th 5.861 Connecticut veterans appl> \t\K for unemployment benefits un tier the Servicemen's Readjust ment Act for the week of January 0-11 have been filing for less than ten consecutive weeks. It was an nounced by Labor Commissions John J. Egan through the offices o Howard E. Hausman, Executivi Director of the Kmuloyment So curlty Division. There were 4,206 veterans who appeared for Jess tffixn ten weeks Of the remaining number, 974' idled for .10-19 weeks, ,425 for 20-29 weeks nnd 258 for 30-52 weeks. Women made up 232 of the total. Of the 208,000 Connecticut men and women discharged from the armed forces, 92,000 received unemployment benefits of $21,000,000 for an average duration of 6.b weeks, for each spell of unemployment. Only 479 have exhausted the full number of weeks of compensation to which they were entitled. Veterans who served ten or more I NACGATOCK NEWS (CONN), WEDNESDAY. JAN. ft, IHT-PAQK 9 months arc entitled to 62 weeks wHh -those serving fewer month* entitled to "fewer week* of btneflt*. Two U. S, presidents were natives of Massachusetts. They were John Adams and John Qulncy Adam*. FILLED COFFEE CAKES HARD CRISPY ROLLS PASTRY OF ALL KINDS CITY BAKERY B. P. STOPPANT, Prop, •tople Street Tolephon* Mn FOR A CAB TEL. 5285 DAY or NIGHT Independent Cab Co. 106 South Main St Olhes Radiator Shop 18 PROSPECT ST. TEL. SMI Union City Auto Radiator* Repaired, Cleaned and Re-Cored Work Called For and Delivered ALL WORK GUARANTEED OUle Le Due,-Prop. Norwash s SHOE SALE IN PROGRESS! SAVE UP TO 1-2 $1.99 $2-99 $4.00 $4-95 $5.95 $8-95 $3.45 $4.45 WOMEN'S MEN'S CHILDREN'S HOUSE SOLD A house and lot in the Glen- dalc Manor housing project has been sold by the W. J. Megin, Inc., to Arthur J., and Blanche T. Clark, according to a warranty deed on file in the office of Town Clerk Raymond J. St. John. Slippers for the entire family 1/2 PRICE SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY NEARY BUILDING NAUGATUCK, CONN. See Hawaii, the~Gfan4' Canyon, Famous Cities.^ Animals and hundreds of other world-famous scenic attractions "come to life" in tht •mating realism of stereo-] scopic, natural -color' View.' Matter pictures. They'r* «n-; tcrtaining and educational. for adults and children alike/ See for yourself! View-Ma*. 1 , ter stereoscopes and over 2SO different, .interchangeable,' seven-scene stereoscopic reels are now available for', your selection. "... . . I for MM YOUR KODAK DEALER SWEENEY'S ART and STATIONERY STORE 2IS Church «fc Naugatuck ANOTHER SHIPMENT AMERICAN MADE GUARANTEED ALARM CLOCKS ... $2-20 Inc. Tax SCHNEER C **CRlDll JIWIIIBS^ M. Barry Keegan Family Portraits 108 Bank St. Waterbury ; Jones MorcHii BldR. Tel. 4-5384 A buuULilulIy simple daytime frnck t'or the mother-to-be! Note the charming yoke treatment and the brief wearable sleeves. A narrow belt makes it completely adjustable with no waistline to be changed. Make it in different fabrics for clay-long wear, Barbara Bell Pattern No. 1606 is dnsipned for sixes 12, 14, 16, IS, 20; 10 and 42. SIKC 14 requires S 5-8 yards of 35 o 1 : 30-inch material.. For this pattern, send 25 cents, n coins, your name, address, pattern number and size wanted to Barbara Bell. Naugatuck Daily News. P. O. Box 09, Station G, New York 10. N. Y. • • ' TRAIN" FOR BUSINESS HAY OH KVKXIXr;—NEW CLASSES J/IN. 2,'i AND FJCB. 3 JUNIOR COLLEGE 24 Central AVI-. 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