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PAGE «-XAt70ATUCK NBWS (CONN.). THURSDAY. MAY 0, 1940 Ww Batlp 3?eto* Published Every ICXpninK ^""XoWrTHlTlbN' THE JMAUOATUCK NEWS CORPORATION NAUGATUCK. CONN^ RUPOL.PH M. HENNICK. PrcMdont and Publisher n«Uer «t lh. port oKlw In SUBSCRIPTION RATES Payable In Advance 1 month 11.00 lYjmr_ .J12.00 THUKHOAY, MAY V. IW« Re-election Deserved The cloc-tir.n ol 1 DHiiii-l Oumckc ns c i- m -tor of the NmUCHhick Community band for the ninth oonsC'C.utivo yonr not w \v MhowM that the im'rnburs or. that or- K,mi'/Htior, i, re hijfl.ly appreciative ol hin nhilitv as n musicnm imd loader, In, it is ».lHo'f, well deserved roeo-nit'on ol the- fine servic-r. l,o has rendered in tin promotion of musical Mpprcc-iatior. in this imcke has developed a hand that a credit to Xmitf»tm-k and Ims boon toa u, i K |. standard, His re-election will mer-t W i7h the approval. of all who arc- Inm.linr with tlie ft'f>od joli lie; is (lointf. Return To The" u Black Maria" That a change lor the- holler "is taking nlnt-e in society's attitude toward persons addicted to alcoholism has become strikingly Hppurc-nt in late years There was a time when persons who became victims of the alcoholic habit were ro- L'arded by many as beyond helix But little effort was made to encourage them to mend their ways. Today they are being' treated scientifically and given a chance to return to sobriety, with the result that many of them have completely re-formed. A "'United Press dispatch from Columbus, Ohio, tells us that the police of that city have acquiesed to the latest, request of Alcoholics ApprolK-nsivo. The dispatch says: "They've agreed to abandon newly . purchased ambulance and return to use of the conventional 'Black Maria' for picking up drunks. "The Alcoholics Apprehensive— an or- ganisation which seeks to lessen the shocks and strains of daily living tending to induce excessive drinking— suggested that the ambulance inight .have a detrimental effect on alcoholics. "A spokesman explains that the work of the organi'/ation might be set hack a few years if a sensitive alcoholic should Holier up and find himself in an ambulance instead of the protective confines of the familiar paddy wagon." Mother-Daughter Banquet Nfiugatuck's Y, M. (.'. -A. banquet hall will lie the scene of an enjoyable social event this ./veiling when the first "mother-daughter" banquet will lie held under the sponsorship of the Y. M. C. A. Women's auxiliary. It will be very nice for the mothers and daughters .to get together m this way and sociability is certain to reign supreme. It is hoped the affair will be such a splendid success that the very pleasant "get together" will be made an annual event. Uncovering The Desert .Deserts, the most unpromising parts of the world's landscape, may offer the most to future archaeologists. Southern Arabia, says Dr. Carle-Ion S. Coon of Harvard, contains, not far bolow the siir- L'ace sand, splendid temples and lofty skyscrapers which will add new chapters to' history. These were built by moon worshippers, and abandoned with the riye of Mohammedanism. Another cause for the desertion of these structures may have been the growing dryness of Arabia. Some 2,000 years ago Arabia was apparently more fertile than today, and more thickly populated. Some historinns .believe Arabia the original home of'th'e Semitic peoples. Turkestan m Central Asia is another desert which has revealed nn unknown civili/.ntiori, .containing Greek, Chinese nnd Hindu elements, lying at the crossroads of ,thoao groupy. Even the .barren wastes of tho •Snhara.may prove to have once been the,home ol 1 mighty empires. •At first it was tho United Nations Or- gnnizntion, -commonly written UNO. Then it hocnmo UN. If a world government in over established, probably it will bo reduced to just U. . Do You Remember? "From the Files of the Naugatuck New* 20 Years Ago Miss Margaret Gormley of Now York city was a weekend truest of her mother. Mrs. Thomas Gormley, of Carroll street. o—O—o A meeting of St. Monica's guild will be held In St. Michael's parish houne this evening at 8 o'clock, o—O—o 30 Years Ago John Leory. Thomas Baxter, Edward Raytklc- wlch/and Wilfred Davis spent Sunday at Bantam Lake. The May meeting of the Men's club of the Congregational parish will be held Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Around The Clock MOTHER GOOSE RHYMES A Mother Goose sat by her fire, One cold and wintry day, And ns she wrote some merry rhymes, Forgot her hair was gray"O Mother Goose, O Mother Goose! " Oh fie for shumc I say! Why don't you darn the good man's socks, Why idle by the way?" Said Mother Goose to critic then, "A-lacIc, a-lnck, u-day! • Now while I write these merry'quips, I drive Old Time iiway!" "I'll linger with tho birds and dowers, And children if I may, Forget that sorrow touched my life— Again I'll learn to play." "O Mother Goose," said critic then, "Another story tell! Your hair U silver, It is true, Your checks nre pink as well. 1 ' FLORA B. WALKER Brief sketch of the cast, of "Everybody Works But Father," to be present- ed'next Monday and Tuesday nights nt Columbus Hall Sohvyn Mather, graduate, Detroit Institute of Technology formerly active with Little- Theater group iu Bay City,"Mich: Employed at U. S. Rubber Co. .... First attempt with Valley Players .... George GJas- -gow, graduate, CONY, active in dramatics at college and in New York diaries Ludolph . . . comes from Canada Taught school in Now Jersey and took active interest in dramatics. Employed at Naugatuek Chemical Co. Cast Continued ... Bob Knarr, veteran member of Valley Players Just back from Army Tereza Dennis Kievman, with Valley Players in several hits, including "The Bad Man," Scott Conover . . . First time with Valley Players Active at High School. . . . Ann Lawson of Bradleyville . • . first time with Valley Players .... Student of Sacred Heart High and member of school dramatics club. . . . Lucille Rau, Beacon Falls . . . First time with Valley Players, but previously active in stage presentations -Regina Kelly . . . graduate of Drexler Institute, where she took active part in several productions. Helen Balinski . . . former Oxford school teacher, now teaching here. . . . Has considerable stage experience .... First time with Valley Players Joan Dillon took major parts in high school and St. Mary's CYO productions. Karl W. Wright, Coxswain, of 327 North Hoadloy street, was discharged yesterday from the Naval Separation Center at Lido Bench, Long Island Also discharged, was Harold A. Litke, S 2e, of 220 May street. The State Board of Education reports an increase of 124 pupils in the public schools of Naugatuek, during the past year. Naugatuek is one of the few towns of the state to report substantial increases in enrollment Large enrollments in kindergartens and first grades are expected in a year, even though no great increase in the numbers of new students, has been apparent thus far. Pfc. Baymond F. Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. K Smith, 1 Bradley street, is at Giebelstadt, Germany, assigned to one of the newest units of the AAF, the European Aviation Engineer Command The command was activated January 1 to construct and maintain -air fields, air depots and installations in the European theater for occupation air forces Joseph F. Kamerstcl will be on the air Sunday afternoon as a member of the. chorus- oi' 1,000 broadcasting a portion of tho annual concert of sacred music of the Northfield Schools The broadcast will originate from the Northfield .auditorium, Massachusetts. IF THE DEAD COULDVSPEAK, WALTER WINCHELL Coast-To-Coast (Copyright, 19-16, by Tho Hearst Corporation), ANYTHING BUT THAT! .When I appeal- before the Heavenly Gates, I know that I'll be shaking In my shoos, I've flirted lots with other fellows dates, I've also boon a domon with the booze, • I know at times I haven't told the I truth. For years I've been a very lazy cuy , i I squandered all the Rolclcn mint of youth And watched a lot of strangers pass me by; I must admit my record is a mess And not the type to which I point with pride, And my sins are minor,' more or less, - . So' there's a chance that I- may . .• get insl'dc; • . For, after all, I'm not like certain blokes '.••'...•' Who miike a fortune stealing people's jokes. —Don Wann. SILHOUETTES'ABOUT TOWN:. Olivia DeHavilland-Xin..town ahead of her new film, "To Each His tiwn, 1 .'. due soon at the Music Hall) making'the Cub'Room bachelors pant 'Lucille Ball, In 1 her. first serious role -("Dark Corner" . at the Roxy), Drumming,up. opening night biz for 'her groom, .Deiil, who starts at the Copa tomorrow eve ... • La Ball's new hair shade, reminded us of a Brazilian sunset . . • Oswald Jaooby, the Brid^ician . . . Rosamund Marshall, who auth'd the oh-so-adu)t books, "Kitty" and "Dutchess Hotspur," convulsing- chums by admitting she propped for them by writing tales for: tots. SALLIES IN OUR ALLEY: Rog : ers Stearns (the 1-2-3 host) says he dlddcn £0 to the Dei-by this year —just mailed 'em his shirt . . .Ox 'Nelson's nifty sum-up: "There arc two kinds of people in H'wood-'- the stand-ins and the stand-outs,' . .Jerry Lester thinks' the guy«vho dug up Mussolini's body tmd took only his leg musta been his agent. MIDTOWN VIGNETTE: It happened the other afternoon in a Ra dio City elevator...A prim looking woman was tedd'ibly embarrassed when her garter slipped from her nylon . . . The elevator operator, pioting her predicament, stopped the car and doused the lights until she made the adjustment. MEMOS OF A MIDNIGHTER: Brenda Frazicr'a husband, John S. Kelly, considers her such a little girl (she's 25) that he refers to her and 1 their image as "my two daughters" . , . Billy Reardon' of the Stork ordered to rest by doctors ... James Koliar, the Broadway photop, middle-aisles with Dorothy Tashlo of the Phllly social reg. .. Pals of Allsa Mellon Bruce (o/ the veddy reech Mellons) wonder If she's merging with socialite Lauder Grcenway...A famed pin-up gal skipped! back to the coast leaving mucho unpaido hotelo biilso all over New Yorko. Nice girl . Has anyone ever called Broadway premieres: Hope-ning nights? CURTAIN CALLS: Eddie Davis' comical. Hit Parade parodies at Leeyon & Eddcez. . .Phil Brito's recording of "Mama" . . . Miguelito Valdez's chants at LaConga. .20th's "Cluny Brown," starring Boyer plus Lubitsch .direction.;. The '3 Suns on WJZ Sundays nt 3:30. . Hal Mclntyre's Cosmo platter, "Cement Mixer" .. And Betty".;Jane Balch's collection of pomes, super- spesh boing: "Crowds at Slierry'B —New Year's Eve...Funny tlm'o ...For me to grieve .. .People, laughter. Pink champagne . . . Yet 'someone, tactless . . . Spoke ycur name." MAIN STREET' SMALLTALK: Julia Dorn, radio director at United Artists, married Marty Hernn, Washington D C. public relauons man . . The senorita who helped producer Fred Rath . forget his "Bigger Than Earnum" :lop is Donna Mura, loveliest good-neighbor agent Mexico ever had. . .Poetry is what the' wordaifa is in that flne song in "Call Me Mister"—"The Face on the Shiny New Dime'... Marie Hayden and Lewis Proctor stayed up until half-past eleven the other night. Hevvens, what next. . Adele' Mara (from Mexico) Is •now. .saying, yo f.a amo. to David Street, recently flung .uside like an old' 'tfove "by what's her ?amo again?"'. . .• That .Mexican baseball money' man is also .raiding., the chorus .line of Florida i;irl-spots. SOUNDS IN THE "NIGHT:' At the Singapore.: 'I- hear . gorge- Ru- bensteiri is in.such deep water that he's gonna show up at his trial in a diving suit" . . .At Giro's "She's so', broke' she doesn't know where her next ho.-.l is -.comiMt' from"... At-the Club 18- '-'She's a Trollop-nloosa".'.. ' In • 'the Stork "Get a looked that, beautiful r/dulc. b£ a''figure": . .At Village Corners: She's decide.] 'not to 'be 25. until she's m,in-lR'J''.-At Gilmorc's: "Aw, stop talk!"' througr. your ' halo:' \ '..At"iiii:' Mermai.i Room: "Mar! riage is HIP magic wand that : change;: Jf'ippy Lov.-> into a dofr'r, I life" ..In tr.i; Cub Room: "I got a novel idea for Ui? .-ad'o. A -Mr and Mistriiss program." NEW YORK STOKY: His name is George Antipas . .Gjreek chap... In 1939 he was a waiter at Pat's Chop House. . .Middle-aged . . . Met a gal...Mad about her . . . Couldn't, let her .know , , . Because he was ashamed to tell he was a waiter . . . (What's there to be ashamed o£ in being a waiter?) | .: iWith every dime he could save he invested in cheap stocks . . . ! After two years he had about 6,000 i shares of all sorts of junk...Then he showed them to her and said he was. 'once rich, but the 1929 crash wiped: him out and there was the. proof...The doll eith£r didn't love him or something. ..She Gromyko'd. . .It made him so miserable he tossed a.11 those penny stocks into a trunk and left town . . .Everybody around. Pat's place forgot about him until he walked in the other night. . .Those stinky stocks (like most of them in this market) .growed up ...George is now a millionaire. . .He has $75,000. NOW SHE SHOPS "CASH AND CARRY" Without Painful Backacha Many Budcrors relievo nagclns backacTis quickly, once thc7 discover tbnt tho-real c.une of their trouble may be tired kldneyn. The kidneys ore Nature's chlcl wny of taking the CXCCEI acida and v,-nstc out of the Hood. They help moet people pnsi about S pints n'dfly. When disorder of kidney function permits polconoua matter to remain in your blood. It maycauBenarelnebnck&chc.rhcumaticpjims, lea pains, IORS of pep nnd energy, ccUitift up 'nlehta swelllnB, puffincss under the. eyes, headaches and dizziness. Frequent or scanty passage! with smttrtiin? nnd burninnr some- timeg shows there is something wrons with your kidneys or bladder. Don't waitl Aelc your drucsrlst for Doun s Pills, ft stlmulant.diuretic, uacd successfully by millions for. over 40 ycora. Doan B elv» happy Kllrf «nd will help tho IB miles of ItidnoyMutWflush out poisonous wasto from your blood. Get Doan's Pills. !Tn,Y "NEWS" WANT AD8 Don't wait another day—change to' Bokar and enjoy really fresh coffee! THIS IS REAL COFFEE AT ITS BEST! MOTHER'S DAY CAKE 29^02 Mother will enjoy this delicious cold lint- tcr layer cake with its luscious vanilla utter-cream icing on top and aides. ~+**i*X+X*tii-&*" POTATOES Coffee Cake SOUTHERN U. S. NO. 1-WASHED Brown Bread! HOME-STYLE PKG EXTRA LARGE Pecan cor« E Ring CUT CHICKENS 81 TO BROIL, BAKE or FRY BREASTS TO BROIL, BAKE or FRY. I CPO tACH LEG "7QC LtUO 5.T0.60Z • LB lO TO BROIL, BAKE or FRY • . i" 2 O2 EACH I llfC DC To Broil 'HALF' AfC LlVtnd orSaum POUND 1 I GIBLETS LB 35 DAP VC AND NECKS -I ft£ tmUIVO SOUP STOCK LB I 9 CHICKENS ROASTING GRADE A A to 5 POUNDS . LB Fresh Plump Pilgrim Grade A TURKEYS Up to 20 lbs.-L8 Frankforts Cottage Cheese Sauerkraut Bologna MINCED Ham Fat Salt Pork Spiced Ki c L° 20ibs.&J|(|C over-LB J|(| *t5J i_ B 38 c ^ 20 C ^ 8 C LIVE CHICKEN LOBSTERS LB 59 C Steak Cod Haddock Fillets CF Smoked Fillets WHITEHOUSE EVAP. MILK Theie'sNone Beller! 4 TALL Q|"C CANSjQ • LUNCHEON MEATS • R&R BONED CHICKEN c cA z 72c . _ n . IITAT ^^^^^'tr A&B LUNCHEON MtA I CAN 3J e ARMOUR'S TREET '!A°N Z 34c HORMEL'S SPAM LUNCH CAN J c 2 A° Nz 34c CRISCO EGETABL 25 "Whe SPRY VEGETABLE SHORTENING ILBOCC 3LB JAR £0 JAR "When Avallabl«" VEGETABLE SHORTENING VLB OCC 3LB , CAN "When Available" SWAN SOAP WHITE FLOATING 3 MEDIUM "f "7C CAKES I I "Wh«n Available" SWAN SOAR WHITE FLOATING 3 .LARGE .'ijCAKES', ' '•••'•:•• '-''WJisii' AvjIUb'le"-''^'^' 11 ' LETTUCE TOMATOES GUUUIVlBERS Long Green Cukes L LBS ASPARAGUS NEV/ JERSEY LGE LARGE GREEN.SPEARS BCH NATIVE HOME-GROWN « WASHED CLEAN' ' U ' NATIVE HOME-GROWN 4L L5S . LBS 2 LBS I 5 1 Birdseye PKG 12O2/II-C PEAS & CARROTS 1C Birdseye PKG 35' 202 26 C OLD HUNDRED . . PINT' ALL FLAVORS PKG. MATIONAL "SPRINGTIME EGG ^FESTIVAL' LARGE SIZE STRICTir FRESH GRADE "A" FROM NEARBY FARMS. CUT TURKEYS You doa't hcvo to buy a wholo lurkey at A&P. Select tho piece or parts you liko bc»!...buy in the quantity su.tablo lor your family needs. It's easy to prepare, loo-cook just as you would a whole turkey. BREASTS LEGS lUIUnC WINuS AVERAGE WHOLE 6 FOUNDS HALF 3 POUNDS AVERAGE WEIGHT S POUNDS PER PAIH AVERAGE WEIGHT 2« POUNDS PER PAIR AVERAGE WEIGHT U4 POUNDS PER PAIR AVERAGE WEIGHT 2?; POUNDS PER PAIR LB75 C 37 C 71 e LB LB I turns above may be ro-isti-d or b.iked. Dr«ssin D should be m.-,dt« usual and placed on broxyn p.iper on a r « k '" •\J h ™ l j lt0hw ^IUd fat. WINGS BACKS-NECKS AVERAGE WEIGHT I?; POUNDS P£R PAIR AVERAGE 3 POUNDS LB LB37° 19 C or a-la-king. LIVERS GIBLETS ; t^ n ^n ebei . b ° i i e e«.^^o r ; Ca6 : i ,'adIro^o'i; HALF ,45 C TO BROIL or SAUTE FOR STEW POUND' LB 33 e Nectar Drink MORE Fruit Juices! lona Cocoa Barcolene Mule Team Borax Boraxo TootsieV-M Balm Soap 3cA KES 25 c ^I47 C ' B&M Lima Beans c°AN 2 10 Old DlltCh Clearer 2 CANS 15° Ritz Crackers i i.G 44C PKG tO Nabisco SH W R H CED A D T ED 2 A-Penn MOTOR Oil Sliced BeetSsnidor. A&P Sauerkraut lona Peas A&P Spinach Btoblfs BONO'S DILL PiCkleS CROSSCUT 1.21 14° . CAN 10 C 'll prlcei «ubj«et tc'm«rK«tth«npe». We ORANGE JUICE 46OZQOC CAN JO GRAPEFRUIT JUICE CAN JLi ORANGE and GRAPEFRUIT JUICE CAN reierve right to limit qu»ntltlefc THE GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TFA CO

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