The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on April 25, 1977 · Page 8
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PAGE JU-NAUOATUCK NEWS (CONN.). THURSDAY. JCI.T M. 1948 St. Francis' Club Meets Tonight A report on tho membership drive will feature thin cvonlns'« Import- nnt mooting of tho St. Fi-nnclr Men's club nt St. Cecelia's hall at.u-tlnp.-it 8 o'clock. The report will bo delivered by John Chris- tic, chairman of this committee. Over BOO Invitations to attend tonight's meeting- have been .sent o members and Prcslden-l George •Urn io(|UCHta that all members attend. Crute Denies Claim OPA Has Curtailed Production has benefited. In a poll recently conducted 23.6 per cent did not want the OPA. revived; nine per cent were undecided, and the remainder wanted price control restored, he concluded. FOR LEADING LIQUOR SPECIALS- Stop and Shop With HARRY and POP! ! CAR SE FIFTH $3.45 STAIR'S (W AL) WHISK PINT $2.19 HITE EY HALF PINT *1.11 $Q ^$O QQ eJ««/V FLEISCHMANN'S WHISKEY ........................ SEAGRAM 7-CROWN , . WHISKEY ......................... CARSTAIR'S GIN, American Grain, 90 Proof ....................... (YES, WK IIAVK I'l.KNTY OF MMK KICKKY AND TOM COM. INS MIXKK) .WK DKLIVKR ANYW1IKUK IN' NAUGATUCK, ANYTIME Harry's Liquor Shop 23 SOUTH MAIN STKKHT VKI.. 2»75 Pop's Liquor Store 24 CHURCH STIIKKT TKI.. 2(50(1 State Administrator Speaks At Weekly Meeting Of Rotary Club Stanley Crute, state OPA dlrec^ lor, related some of the facts port!-1 ner.t to OPA work, and its past his- j ui-y when lie was guest syeakef| yesterday noon at tho weekly luncheon of the Naugatuck Rotary Ohio held in' the Y. M. C. A, Mr, Crute .111 id everyone is concerned with the rilling prices, hut that history Is repeating itself inasmuch as after every serious war the country has had an inflation lollowed hy ;i lung depression. He suit! Unit many Congressmen hnvo lived through both World Wars r and 11 and passed thn price control act, which was something .the country never had before. Tho price control legislation covered more than eight million dif- ffiicnt prices of items, he iisserlorl. He said he realized that any group nf people involved in holding prices were not In a popular position. Production during World War IT decided the war, he said, and compared production with rising prices n both wars. During World Wa I production rose 25 per cent, w i th prices rising 88 per cent, tn , Woild War II production ro«« 10 £«' cent and prices 21 per cent, btc£ during World War 1 rose in pilot: ?"om 00 to 80 .per cent, but during the recent conflict stayed on a Weary Sore Feet Quickly Relieved This easy, simple way: HiirniiiK callnUHL-M and hot, In-od IVM ciumc IMHII-J uf mincry ami lnn» nC ^s*ll^k. Why sulTor whon for only Me you cnn *njny thu i:onlintf. cnmror'.iiiK rclli'f from I'ODOL Fnot Hcllcf. H'H a i,:r(!iiHuIoH:i. jitltin!r<«n. rneilicntctl olnLmunl '-hut can bu niiuisiiirivl lino tho fci-fnt lioiltinn!. Jw nuick nclion nllnws fur more ri-st- ful »lui!ii iinil I'llli-ii-nt work tho nest dny. Gt.-t (i f,0c j;ir tit l> viinN IMmrimu-y. Naiik-uIui-K Prill: nil all Kniiil ili-iii: mill <li-|iiirliiii'iil MHiri'n sa- People wanted pric, control lifte*, but He pointed out that Items people wanted rrcatly had not been manufactured for four years and that there had to be an adequate time clement given for reconversion. "Jusl, Talk" He emphasised that it is "just i..,!l<" that 'the OPA has curtailed production. He gave the reason for production being hampered as due lo the great shortage of baislc materials. There is now the greatest number of people ever employed in the country and production Is going up in almost every field, he said. Of the l,!iOO manufacturers in Connecticut,' there has not been any notice from thorn that production bus bfcrn curtailed by tho OPA, the state director declared. New England is at the end of i he line for receiving lumber, fuel nil and meat, Mr. Crute said, but it is hoped some way of bc.'Jtcr allocation may be found in the near future. Hi; explained the basic shortages nrn due to the great demand.. Mr. Crute did not make any statements tonccming the OPA of any controversial nature, but did stale that pi-Ice control in an' overall picture Price Rally (Continued from Pago I) held. The route will bo up Water .street, continuing up Church street through Union City and back to the center of the Borough. Automobile- slickers, proclaiming the unit's purpose,, wil be distributed to Nnugatuck car owners throughout the campaign. Mr. Frochlich said that a loud-speaker would be employed in Infix parade. The climax of the parade will occur when a rally and mass demonstration is held at the Green on Church street. The highlight of this rally will be when a speaker, to be chosen by the committee, will address the gathering concorn- i.ir' the aims and purposes of .the campaign against the increases in prices, T'AINT WORTH IT Cambridge, Mass., July 25—(UP) -Thore's a word Jockey Rocco bis- lo's lips keep forming. The word Is "jinx," For a whole week, Sisto —who comes from Providence, R. !• — went winlcss. Then, it looked as if his luck had turned. He rode home pr.nnypn.ckcr, a SR-to-t shc-t. The win resulted In one of the biggest pay-offs of tho current, meeting at Rocltingham Park in Salem, N. H. He was on top of the world when he arrived with his family at his Cambridge apartmcn-t. But his high spirits didn't last long- Luck was still against him. It seems that while he was away, thieves had entered the flat and stolen furs valued at $9200. Demand for horseshoes in 1942 was Iwice as great as in 1!M1. Plans Hearing Completion For August Carnival Beacon Falls Finn! plans .-ire ncnrinff com- ho held i be msk- i,,,^ ^••;:.^'i' •:£* ^^^•^¥^^^m ir A-&i^*'^*&isigm, Wood cacrariiig by H. MfiCcnnlok bued upon tb« origianl oil TODAY! TOMORROW! and ALWAYS! Means Fine Tbtacco! Y&s, ^£^",s£ presented by the American Legion post 2D and the Beacon Hose com- puny. _ . The feature of the affair the awarding of three Brand on the final night of the'affalf, 24 The three prizes oonsiat of j_n electric refrigerator, electric washing machine and table model radio. These three prizes are on display now in t.lio show window of Albert's Bni-lacr shop on Main street. Rcc.'lvlnp Basic Training Pvt. J.lines W. Woodward, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Jarnpa W. Woodward of Wolfe avenue, who enlisted In the United States Army in Juno for 18 months, Is receiving his bartic twining at Fort McLcllon. Alabama. Me graduated from Seymour Hgh School just prior to his J enlistment. CniHiulorw Play Thr, St. Michael's Crusaders will tr-ivel to Niiugaluclt on Sunday to play tho Rangers in an Amateur I eague contest. The Rangers, con- sid-red one- of the atronResl combines in this area, arc expected W tike the measure of the locals, hut Manager Chnrlcs Kcvit reports that his tcnm is in an upset mood and so anything may happen, in Sunday's contests. CASK CONTINUED The cases of Albert Pralnkis, Spring street and Dorothy Kray- kowsKi, Bridge .street, arraigned on ,1 morals charge was continued m- dcflnitcly in Borough Court this morning, by Judge Martin L.-Ca.inc. A bond of $5 was forfeited by Ro.tn Bailey of Watorbury arrested last evening by Patrolman Joseph Fari-cn for failing to slop at a rod light, IDLENESS CHARGE , Now Haven, July 2!>—(UP)-Joi -,nph W. Randall of New Haven ! i.s being hold without bail on a !tochnical charge of idleness. The i yrrcst W.-IB made after 2n-year-old Adeline Simpson was admitted to i <=i. Raphael's hospital with a gun' fhoL wound. Until iusl before the war broke out In Europe, the United States was dependent on outside sources for cigaret. paper, which was then made >.if linen rags. Evicted By Son III* TWO GOOD NAMES ON GOOD CLOTHES — OURS — AND ROGERS- PEET — TO ASSURE EVERY MAN PEACE OF MIND. It's a grand and glorious feeling to realize the clothes you wear will never need an apologist for their authentic style, their masterful craftsmanship, their fit, their good taste and their wonderful virgin wool fabrics. Then you must remember Rogers-Peet clothes whether you pay $60 or $85 will cost you less by the year than any other clothes you've ever worn. CLEARANCE ON MERCHANDISE SUMMER BUY HERK and SAVE: I NAT'S 410 North Main St. Union City TEL. 6136 CALIFOB.NIA WINES Half Gallon *1.79 J. K. STORES CUT KATE, UQOOH8, WINES, BEEBS S!)6 N. Main St. Tel. 4979 Free Delivery Anywicre In Borough -To Save a definite portion ol 1 your Income, ;uid stick to it! More and more people are learning the value, of plan- nin" for financial security. Build a reserve fnnd— protect, your fan,;ly with low-cost. Savings Bank Life Insurance, a combination that, will help yon lace the future with confidence. We will help >ou work ont n plan. NAUGATUCK SAVINCX BANK 1870 tCVE'Niy.FIFTH ANNIVERSARY I94i ALIDEPO<IT< FULLY GUARANTEED. MVATCH FOR OUR NEWLY* > RENOVATED STORE'S J J GRAND OPENING: » CORNER CANTEEN 5 392 No- Main Strwt » ••Ilnm" TplK-rl.o. I'rop, J After hclng scrvicd with an eviction notice hy their son, James, W. L. Price helps his weeping wife as they leave the house of their son In Lou Angeles. The »on_ .James Price, ex-Navy seaman, find his wife, snld they needed the house for thcmso.lvcs. (International) Easy Flip ELECTRIC TOASTER ReR. Sfi.50 Now $5.98 ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY STORE SO SOUTH MAIN ST. TEL. 6162 Naugatuck, Conn. IT'S TOO HOT To Do Your Own Laundry— Memorize 'or Write Down Tills Numhcr CALL WAT. 4-4106 A MERICA / U \ l> K 1 Great Oak Farm OXFORD ROAD Tel. 5M9 PERFECTLY PASTEURIZED MILK and CREAM Drllvirj- To All I'M", of NiiiiEiiIiK* EDDIE'S Corner Spring & Diamond St«. GROCERIES - VEGETABLES FRUITS - ICE CREAM SODA FOUNTAIN SERVICE Free Delivery Tel. 4919 Edward Vlnnknuekns, Prop. ^^^s^*s*s^^*«*S»v^*^^^^^^-" T * Highland Packag-e Store J 93 Highland Avo. — Tol. :ifl83 ? Anthony Farrur, Prop. FREE DELIVERY All Farts of N Try NEWS Want Ad».— They Brinp Results. 5 GUS SMOKE SHOP 402 North Muln St. Union City Ous Kllm;Ls-/.cwskl, Prop. \ We hjive your favorite nc«'»- 4 miner, nimrm'.lno or other paper, pcrlodlcnl. COAL COSTS ! , WITH THE HONEYWELL \ B T i 1h. Hon.rw. CONHOt ll El. • Jcmilor Hamper conlrol Y B ''.= an J! l !''J iip to 30% on your cool bill. "»»* what thin navmo rneann during )un on* boating- loaion. W. ha»« Eloctric lanilort in plock now Call uo today. b.lor« lh» supply >• flon.. lor lull inlormation. The Naugatuck Fuel Co., 87 CHURCH ST. PHONE 5236

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