Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on February 13, 1942 · Page 5
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GIVEN TO VICTORY DRIVE TOTAL 3,682 i; ivMldfiilM • t'onti'lbiilfd In the Vlolory Hook earn- have all bi'i'M Hortod ,i' (hem art' packed and .,„! out, hut Minn -li'HMlo I,us uuiiotiiK'od that Hho ,1 | (1 ini'lililf ollioi'H that in ihi- library )>.y tfatiu 1 - 13,:1942 COMMISSIONER COX WELCOMES INVESTIGATION j.i IIUVM slill 'H, MHllm-H tn't'11 I'J l.ho uiirl Iwd | at S pltOVH PAT/U, Moil, !'''•''• l;i~(l'.l»>--Mi*, Kllsw- (l ,, nilt .||, ii\ of the South Kiul, ,i ,, hospital Unlay or burns "'n -i O'W luuii'H uarllnr whon Ilarl.fni'd, -Conn.;, Feb. ifl—(UP)— Suspended Stain 'Highway eommla- slomn- ,!,. fjax 's-ald today ho " W r,'l- r.onu'd IIH broad an investigation MH anyone may dnslrn" 'of tho stale hlghwny (lupartrntMit, and oxprossod ronfUlomu! ,ho would ho rixonorulnrl oi 1 ohurgns nga'InHl. him. «!ox MiM-lio hopnd'tlifil, at the npn- oliislon of .th« lnvcsl.lKnl.lon slar'tod !)>'. Attontoy' (iuiKM-al l-Vancis A. Pal- lolli- Iho high dnparlnu'.nl Vonn again ('.onoontrntn^on Ihc: imporl.'nnt tasks oonI'ronliMBS 11., frond of Iho dls- ruptlvu Inriuunhns th;il. hnvn lowered our ('ITInlnnoy in rocsonl months." Palloltl today was working on nn ."iinllmllotl Invnstigatioii" ni 1 the u-yiuii 1 roads' human. The proho was suggostud hy ,'liislloo .Wllllimv M. .Mtiltliio, and agrood on )>y ciounsnl Tor Cox and hy Oov. llurloy. , ., ' . ' OrlginftjHy/jltVw,as';'iilannnd- to hojd a'Ojoarjngvtpn^o.rro^igih \Gox\s, sus- ' ' .ti , bii t mo.t/' rdrri'b y'ri t . The ne procedure x matins '..a; hearing on tlie 'suspended 'coinmlHi=iioiier's removal will ))e- "holVl ^hrnlibu'rhVmonth', at 1 - tor. Pal loU'l lll'cis'/fnew HB|.-or charges against^ him. '"' - : V - , , , ' "' Cox Vi'U'f'i'uVthei': * y"\Voro thq' : governor's hearing 1 j.o lie hekl Saturday, Lhnlleve tho facts I '-.could 1 then* •pi'os&nl.- 1 vyaukl • be - ; a .perfectly., satJRfadto.ry,; 'answer ' : to both' of the charges so- 1'ar made against .my, .admlni.str.alion olY the highway-department. "NVIuwM .am. informed of. the additional oluirges .which .the attorney general desires more ' time, to discover and prepare,, I-believe it will be possible'to'answer'.them equally woll." . / , ' What Cox .meant .hy "disruptive Innuonocs" , in the ' doparment was not known, but it was,'hoiloved ho had ' deforwice '. to. Deputy Stale Highway Commissioner Frank Upr man, Jr., with whom be has been feuding for. some .time. Upman Is now acting commissioner of the department. ' ' '. . .'. '.' Pallotti \vas .assisted'.In 'his new probe inlo highway affairs by Assis.- tant Attorney General \nichard F. THE BON-TON is Naugfttuok's newest shop for women presents an . unusua-Hy ^^^^S^ of smartest sty lings, at moderate prices in, Milline'ry, Dress IIIMV. Wn.-nrlVifitfs. Etc. At the Bon-Ton Your Dollar definitely b4ys\yoy\a-grieat wear, Handbags,, Etc, At the Bon-Ton Your Dollar deal more, Here 'are listed only a partial group of .Opening Days' -'tf — lOpening 1 .] EXTRA • Twill Or ;.' •; ; Gabardine : ; 2-Piece.,- : .-".' SUIT '; $4-99 •v ..^^f. • '','... . . —All Colors— NEW SPRING HATS New Spring 1 ''Hat* by the hundreds in fUattering styles to;set off,your n^w outfit. AiJ head sizes in this largest collection of hats in town, .;."; ;';-. ,;.,:;-., , .$1.97- Extra 'Special for Opening 1 Pays!! POLO COAT (Boxy or Wraparound style) Regular $16.98 . ., Sizes 10 to 20 SPORTSWEAR MIX 'EM AND MAiOH 'EM f ; Wool Skirts, Gabardines, Plaids, Pinafores $1,98 — $'2.98; BLOUSES OhifFons, Crepes, Multi-Filaments $1,29 — $,1.J|8- ;...;., ., SWEATERS Cardigans, Pullover.s, Bulky Knit $1,29 DRESSES . ' ... » •' . • ' ':•'..•..' New Spring' Dresses in,styf^-ybu love at prices less than you : isxpected. to pay, Gay Prints, Nauticals, Ifiayy^and the New Red, ;; ;?> $2.99 $3.99 $4.99 $7 M HANDBAGS $1.00 — $1,98 GLOVES $1.00 171 ° HUROH STREET ON Esf'VALUES IN Building) (New Corkcy, > New ' Lbnddn^\y^^id^dAir^: tho; MerrI tt,^ai ; k\yfi ySiiilnd:$$titidk'^ CftSO! ^OoVkey," iitVS 'bqCP •Avnirl/ln'Lr-'v-hn^ bighwtiy. doparlmcnt Pallot.ti ,has subponii . t - ,.„._.... 'SeoLlon J3E<i'of 't'Uie- general^jkl;4!$8 : ', , w h i oh I s n o\y. .a p p I i cable-.: to^'*Ji n'o<!nfee;'i as .it. Is';a' removal statute^;; Pa 11 o tti; .-a I I'ondy was; a't -^.,. -^- ; ,, ^ ini'ornmtioh "submIttcii' to^filmjlVy.fa 1 "high-type", innh concernin'g-^^ircn-' Uroly. now angle of the bro%crilng case. Tho attorney" general, re.fus'e'dr to disclose, the''natin'c. '--;i"ivrh i' .. lend, ..but . indicated 'i t ' was' ^of ' th r e. higitest iriiportanco! " ' j ••-'•]>: ^:i^-.'' : . Under terms of the ' ment, Pallotli 'will 'flic cli n f'ge s • aga i n s i, "Cox-., and then Gbv iO days in ing date 'then •'I3ut : it was informed ciuarters' tlVat'Palipi;ti.ymayJ ask for an ''uxtensldn' 4 . in. w h I ch; to' ' Ib'o k - ffilo.'. department/ aiTuirs. •• .''•.-; commanded. the A • " • T T 1: ' • f i ,'. -i ' *' ("^ i X 4t Ar« ;;Larry • Pa.ffrath,; Pittsburgh ^for- ;•'w.ard-,l'-ls:. i; one;.'of "the. stahdputs .-'fhf f»nqt f» l n ' ronrt-c: fViio v* fl told of Mai revcn'go the courts . th'is year. • . Panther varsity. ..' .nvai.'.oirenfltye or- i.no \var v - a,v;vv-. : ^- '• T Hnlsoy 1 rotiolvod lJi[s',;. : r'eo,Offnlt)()»-; .« ['on^Pj'nsjdont'Roosevel^^hi^mfii^jrS ^1,1 .u* .how'tey^ba^fe^cted^iJ^';'^ /cngo • f or'' P6ar'^;Mrb.^)p,Ewf vj:^ v'c ".n.l f (i Hnn "cicrno/l'^livv'.'.T^Mn'Hl^; shnll .raiding force, ciflo Floot, cspe.ciaiiy 'his .!• audacious.. anchGilbor By his great skill nnd Ibis drive Inflictccl'h'eiivy .'dn'mi enomy ships n ml "planes,'^',! 1 , '. \ .o = • . , .1 • • .'.'.•:• i.i.;":.-;^ l '.; Dnnyoi 1 .Of 'Allios Lessened"?;;^! ^n s 11 i ng I'Q-n • >M^-»i / : f 'i ^-^Ufeg^Mi^: ^s^'d'.evnjjjtntl^ i'esc;:"-^p.ni,rol Itfd •.•"A^hrsh nll/^^aTiid: r't -islands,. 1 , .'lanuary, 31,. dcstrOyV; \\ Navy^'d.ovnsJLnL'Ing J a panes(3 " Oillver'i . ing a U7',000-'i;<5n alrorrifl, cflrrjor, .fo.ur o In or : wa r Hli I'p's,:'• i i • au x Jl I ar yi yr' H;I ' X l and Y»i..aircraft,'' served . . • The Mopa'nnsfi; -prior to' "tii'c '' .'rri|ds,' : hfid used-- i\ihr,shTvll - ancl ; ' ; O'iJji»«i5Ss 'for aUacUH''bn:'W«ke Bubmarinc ' h'ssifiulLs ftlonK Iho' PkcS-flc- (iqa States. - It \Vns ''considered' l on.-,'. •/.Boston,: ^^^-^rr^y^JTHAiedd.!ng in ten ti 6 ns : ' 'pvfn tedj'' i ft': ft'' ! h ewsp.a per were credited;/:tod?m-.with '-,.leading Ho- IJ]a,art'Qst:;'of;/(i«2S-yearrQld':South B os to n'! ni n ni-' i n ? : c o n.tji net i p n'v w S t.li th fe Ltjicfl; '6 C! r^GXiSl- Wlotlh. 'pC/X bp^Usta mps fj'cinf: i^he- ; ;eity^vjcl"farb*!dcpnrti'nont T^ov; 8. v -:•••-';V..\, '•'/•:". : ' '''--' : •• '•' •" ,Pollcc Sorg.Uj;,T6hn . P. -,Pc.ti tti: sa>v the m n n-'s-Iria jfi o; -1 i s'ted: .1 n ••'•').h e" -"pa pc r and '• last iiight.arrested hijir.at the Jiv.qrbt.t-" lipm(?;.- 1 .pj'v liis','• 23 : yenr-old 1; fj n n ceo' wp 'en ^e-^P, P eared to.: p a r t i c i- : : Fiyo..qUiepvriven- hjivc been--nrrestcd ;JD^ eonncc(;iof>.;-,WH:b'vthe' rcibb^ry. WnshingLon, Pob, J3— (UPJ—Pre.siH den I - Roose.yol t" today sent, : .; tp : r'thCj sen n to' the nominafcion ••'•fQVr'^r^aigT pointmcnt of -John D. ; •Gim;ord;;;jr,y -• •• • "•• •-- ~" — -y-for, the''dj..^-: RISENTOS1X ' <; '.Winclsor, Looks,- Conn., Feb. 13— (.yp)_T)]e deulh 'loll in the .crash of-'a mulU-mpl,br,od ! U- &,-. 'army bomber. " fit -Granby . - WerlnesrUiy nigbt' rose to''six today with; the discovery' d.C."'-thc - 'body., ( of'- First THE YEAR" "ARE 'YOU PER^E^LY-lsATiSFliBD aboiit-us?" asks T««» (Katharine Hepburn) of ;H^* n( * I?" 1 ^ S Pf^ e ^J^ c ^ ^ ^^ i forthcoming' mbvie;^"W^mi,n|ftf^the'-v ...;••. .-v Who Is Walerbury's ."Womun^of; tlie Year-? ,f.The; :; D[iily News ir , ^ • •- J-w-i.'.* »i v • rr*i _ ' _, i. ^. *_„ • ! A1T«.lrt^»l-vii*%t>. .'.! ri . / JT«.» 4 I'ii fTl O l~\.f _ " i fV_ VULII UlJliiiun, jjiu^n LII^.J'JI i *-> ........ •'..> 1 ..,_..-- .,- ...... . _ .-•-•• • .. v or ctiaritable worlt-in hCr o'oViiiUunity' for. Inc.- past^year.; We; are asking • . • • . -.'••.' ..-!... »v« ii L !'„ .-']-.«.-4 }•> ir. -i.Xi .-ii.nol JiVo-' Vrtn'l pel . v> nint.' /'.lininfi Will JJU • Uiu Buwnij. v^i . ii.uii.ui... v l ^:";ir .• "!-;-••-•,•-• i -/•.•..;. ... ' • ••,-.,.',,„ •• i starring' Kathjiulno Hepburn •andvSp.eneei^Tnacy^airvUie Locw. Poh Tlieate , on-FdbVimry 2lst-Saturday^n<il.iJr a(:lfli.UQn,AvilP : J3enmnorn(i:NV!Lh : ^eaiit, ,-..i ^nV>Won,iic:ina- npi'/^ '£{& h'frid'dnai.cd' ; by 'mcpchahl.s: : cp-opera|;jng in ihlfi merc ( handls contest. 1 '. v burn -.aixtl' ^••js-tf'^^^ H °P- irance ^bgeilieLv^iS' a gep'ui : nely ;; brlllian.t 1 one.- ; . ^•'•:U^^ ^•••i-''--^- : ^ '••' "'' •Ai-''?-lfy$r:l\ , : :'s••'•'.'• '••-*3:w&&' : '!iA -v> '''-'A .-'-.'••: '• '''•''• *fi i e u t.' Mel vJ ri >• k W. • ;Sch rp.cphpeslcr, ^510, Krtst ; §t.Pcet)v,'Barabqq,; ! ,\Vis.:"- . .;i/rhoV'hocly was found, abp'iit- a-mile •i>vay! : ' .fi'qni - the . ,,\vreQkag0.. -.The. plane was, on;ji 'routine /light from ''''' dent occurred. •, : " .'. .- ' •-.-.'.. ."" •'-* * »' vii i rn I.T HP A DT KILLED AT PMKL Boston, Feb. 12— (UP)— DonaJd W. Crocker, 20, of Brockton, a descendant of John and -PJi'lscilla Alden, was in the navy today;>jnIUng- for a 'chance to avenge tliei deatlis of hJs two brothers who were killed In, '.the.. Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, • Crocker told recruiting 'officers yesterday he -"wants to gel, eveni" His older brothers, Charles, '35,- 'an d William, 30, both were navy men when killed; . ' . FATALLY . INJURED -New Haven, ConiV./ Feb. '13— (UP) — G eorge 0 i ck 1 er, 75, r *<^as ' . i nj ured fatally when he fell downsLiirs- at, a restaurant last night. .... '.. -. '' ' '' ' ' Great Stage ; •• . : . • Toriig-hl At . LoeW'S • ToniRht brings to- .;Vt!/e ; : -Iib(\w- P61I theater .\Vaterbury aiiothe'r rfo- llghtful combination-of s?tfige and screen show, the • "offering^ oh the stage'this week will no d'oubC. prove popular with all. as it >haB within its presentation : nll' the, ingredients of entertainment,;first- and-forhi^b^t there will be Louis Prima-and his fanious band, then ' for... comedy there will-lie Willie Howard and Co.; sweet vocalizing-will be ; -hanciled by Linda Wnre. while- the art.'of terpsichore will' be attended .16 by. the Condos" - Brothers! along with; oilier acts to • round put a. swell stage show, which'-will be presented' th>ee times daily ; at 3-6-9.p. m.-v •', -' : The screen , offering AyJil':be--Jane" \YHhers in , her ,' latest starrijig; vehicle "Young America" and' this ta ion ted • young lady now rapidly ro'.unding. into--,maturity., will give 1 her' usual delJghf,fur--chhracleHza~ . .• ' j . 'r, , ' Benders, and many others. Go-starring on the rsamo Uill with Eddy Duchin is Broadway's and Hollywood's; favorite' dantilng staiv.-Ray Bolger, .hit. of. countless Broadway:- musical • --and .--Screen as Sunny" and added, on this ' sensational bill are-; several 'nationally famous vaudeville, artists including vcii- triloqulst Bob Nellcr aiid*'hi's wood- eh stooge- Heggic' Trickpuss ; and' Jean, Jack and Judy, two girls and a boy- in ,a coniedy acrobatic, act called' "Just Knocking Around." . Fine Double Bill Now At Gem Theater Dealing with the exploits of n; debonair detective who mixes romance 'and crime problems, in exciting fashion RKO Radio's "The Gay .Falcon, 1 ' now at, the Gein features George Sanders and Wcridy Barrio in leading roles; The-character of. the.'Falcon is; based upon the protagonist of a noted .ivfichaal ; Arlen 'story. ' ; / '•'• '•• /rhe, pursuit of a" clover grans, of jewel' thieves provides the .thrills for-; this, breathless ''story. Alien Jenkins, 'Anue, Hunter,- Gladys, Cooper,' 'Arthur Shii'lds, Edward S. Brophy and othorjwcn-knb>vnvjpl'fty- '''' Monty BanksJs.\a rearveuj.rtih'of Ue lllmSi Bafckjv'-in 'Ih'Oj TfekirlV,-jjajfs 'of the /industry"^ be was'" a fmtembct: of Mack ^nnctt's. famous/-; Keystone comedy troupe, , wh'Jchv\.\ya8.. A -ftho cradle .of so- ipaiiy.-. /)a'l#V-fqn)\6u? stars .and .dircctorsV* ';;.^;-:' ; ; '~pfxS *>! lllms ever 'since.\ tlie -Monty,. JlanW the favorites of ; Monty ,vvds the c laugh movers'. ; E&dy piichin -".'".*'"' -;;0 -- : . Playing At :;. '. v State, Hartford -Now. on .-'the stage of, the Stall* Theater, • Hartford, f is •', America's distinctive : stylist of rhythm, ;Eddy Duchin; in person, •.-. • ;- •'•'•-" • l :Thc Magic Fingers of Radio" and his 1 ..-world • famous' orchestra 1 . Eddy Duchin is- the nation's outstanding popular; pianist, 'whose-.suave .ami sweet tempo made him society's favorite orchestra .leader,"and tops wiib sweet .and::'swing: fan's frgm ;coast to coast.. He' brings 'a- grand n.ew and brand ne\y revue of Top Hat enlcrtain-incht;> ; . Among, : -the artjsls whom -Ducliih--features afe June Hobblns, 1 '. '"Cbarming.-, Radio Songstress ;".-Lew Shonvbod^ ''Singing ! Trumpeter'.!;.., Tony, Leonard, "Song Stylist; Johnny Drake, 'Singing^. Saxophonist"; The .TI/'roe Ear "; " Apples as Meat Garnlshc*' . Apples;can be:made, into delicious pri'd attractive meat garnishes, such as-"glazed apple rings witK'pork or ham, mint-flavored apple-jelly with lamb, or applt stuffing wiUi duck or^goosc. • . • \ .\ -vt • '" • . \ . • * " xV* ,*. (*• • , f • M <**>f *• » ii * ' » —•• Vy^^^S^^^^yV" Waterbury's Friendly Depajctment'Sioret 1 -- ^jfi f ; ; m • j c 1 •*. Plaid Suits MO 95 mj ! ;-'*iii r ^wi\*' 'v '^f« •>•:,:>. ^^m It's a suit spring . . . because suits' have the trim tailored look you want, tliese days . . . because suits are sturdy, long-wearing .... be- cAuse suits are so becoming tb yoa> lbng-lej^g;ed American gals! And here's ^our pet suit of the season ..-; ..one you'll really rave over! It's pleated; skirt -and,boy ; -; jacket are beautifully- made,, for-they're', Kent Park Tailleurs . ;•:.. the''.soft'.wool's in stunninjg- . b ;1 'u-.'.e, yellow,'woven. with.\a shy shadow pl.ai.d i-n ?rey. Sizes 12 to '20.' FASHION FLOOR Spring Frocks/T • Is your ; wardrobe iri;i. rut? Is It-; plain boring ? Wh^tjyou need *'-"• tie frock to "spruce it.up">!-; ^ . tailored . pastel^.... o, • -trihi white checked' suit . . . a : navy with a fluffy white collar i•'; .' l dr a ; vivid print! Sizes 9 to'15,12;to 20, to 24^. : . '-........ .;..-- ;;&i&t gay G L A Y T O N ' S J SMOKE AND WATER DAMAGE DISCOUNTS TO are being offered at our .JE\VELEI\S . SILVERSMITHS '\^ ; ..,..,.••:..;. -- : •'• '•;.-:' :! v?^•S'jvjrSvicii^'.'•?'-." ite Our entire stock'at 44 Bank Street during ; 'the recent [f$ moved to our temporary st.orc at 77 Bank Btree't, iiv-oV( room'for the workmen;to.begin remodelling- operations. ; We cordially invite your' inspection^ of .this stocl^vmaii ; which were ,iintouclied .bj^smoke l and 'water,- but' are i; ; this sale •Tegardlcss^ of damage or ; not. Save -20%" ti WATCHES ., . . DIAMONDS V .,'. JEWELRY v . CHINA ;ro>VannAT' ! T^TJTrii A^TIT7 A ft "H '•'•'• '''*'',''*•. .C^ -tf-^- 1 .i" • : ;y^.':'..-.::V-v, ; .' '•-. "••':''-.'. ,"'„.>.•;;.:•. ^<,^--.-. '.•. '•'. • i-':'^' '•. .'•'.;/. ••- •?/

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