Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on July 6, 1944 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 5

Publication:
Location:
Naugatuck, Connecticut
Issue Date:
Thursday, July 6, 1944
Page:
Page 5
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 5 article text (OCR)

THURSDAY, JULY 6, 19*4 •,,,. '•:;•;-, -• ,,-,•, v.•.•-. .:'..• v?: x'••'?•• ^ .'••'- V r >; -j T Today k Free Movie Day For Buyer Of Bonds!! World War A Year Ago July 6,1943 :i fr<- p u> . .1 hi>li«l l<"' :l - v art<1 •'"''•• : " T!) ,,;V It"' ti-mptinf; <i J, by »'l Ulitorhury motion '.!ii*nit'i'S. I*'or, irt ft snkito "l,;!,. toilay is "Krt'fi Movie D:iy" J'l (ivi-r tluil L'ity. All anyone- luis ',,' d.) '" b/ - :" ln >'tt"t without \ r .'C to tlioir favorite theater Is .' present proof n.t tin? box office ,'„,. ,.itlii-r h« or she has pur- iijjtjod :' I"""' t'"" la . v - nn >' tlunoru- !,'. J .,.<oi'. rtt liny ofriotul l.«iiiiii; '"v-icy or :u 'he theater box of- "••I'>i> Mnvif 0;iy" is boing colo- y..Vi! ti:itinti:il!y loilay «;: wt'll as Iw-illy, ns mn.< of the 10.000 tlie- a [,.'rj'jr. this country pltiy host to bi,wi buy>*t* »" !1 'o i-llnuix to the • lotion picture imliulry'jt pnrticl- BJ'MU.I In (!'<•' > r '"' W'"' '--oan Drive, "Buy boiKls f.nrly and pet bet- Kliii^'l"'' i'f !hc Strand, who is oublioity chairman of Ihe local the- aiiT.-i' cumP-'iK"- Mi** Julia Smith, nia'n.i.L-i!!' of !l| i> Stntp. i.-; fjoncral c'liairnnin. Kd Kli'/.p.'Uricl;. Loow's poll ninnniri'i 1 . has bn-n in- chariro ., of spfciiil i-vi-nts ilurini; the utli 4 war r.oan Privt. (Hy United Vrrs.s) ; Tho l?.:ittlo of Kuln. Gulf in the South Pacific ends in u victory I'Oi' Liu; United SUitos Navy: in- cuni]>lotG I'dioi'ts u.stimutc Jupu- IIOMO probably lost, alx waralilpw und sill'I'n rod cUinui^L' to four others; U. S. loses u cruiser. ,• U. S. Nnvy unnounces sinking ol' clustroyor Strong 1.2,300 tons), on" July -1-3 while engaged In bom- •>K .lapnuc-so ])ositions on New Men Are Reported Killed In Action Two Former State Legislators Die .\f;ui.sn..",d, July U—CUP)—Fu- ncrnl scrviros will be held Friday for .former Tolland County-High Shorll'f Frod O. Virrlon. Vinl.on, a Cornier state Icfrislator, sei'v«id us sheriff for 2-1 yours until hi^ rn- liromunt four yours aj,'o. " Death also has takun another t'ornu'r member of the Keneral assembly—John Tomtizewski of New Britain. Tomazcwski was 01 years old and a former Is'ew Britn;n councilman aiui fire commissioner. HUY WAR HO.NJIS AND STASH'S \VATI.;I:HI;UV 1 So. Main St. 45 W. Main Sf. >'AUGATUCK 156 Church St. 21'lyiAIN ST. BAND-AID TODAY'S BEST WILDROOT WEEK END SPECIALS! WeWOODBURY COLD CREAM 50d WOODBURY CLEANSING CREAM 39c 39c 50c JERGEK'S LOTION .. 7Sc JERGEN'S TACE CHEAM 39c 59c 'Wrisley's BathSuperte.Soap.^v*.*!- Rectal Soreness O»t K«llof New lasy Way — Sit In Comfort Prolnnmoa Ttcctnl ly ft ftulck, dcpcndrvblo relieve/ of Itching puinful vccttvl aorcnotiti — nympeoms which mny nlffo "(iccompnnx. pllufl und hpmofrhotdj. lirlnpit soothing ««AHO of comfort upon-contnct, forms pia-- tcctlnsr Him ovcc «oro «rc/:* hclp,i atairoy Infcctioim Kvtms, nld Niituro heal up row, t/rokun E|n4uca.-No oil " no (c'caio to ptnlrf cl*Jthin*f* SoM on money back xuarnntsc. •Clct thin modern rollof tndn>* . , . t^ok for PROLAKMON RECTAL 35c LIFEBUOY SHAVE CREAM 27 •f^noivcaMi. Low, Onoflifioo mill Tintz Color Shampoo, woslin out nco!or(u!lin[.ulowinu with Ufcnnct tiwtrc.Don'thavcfne,'etl, burntolT-col- . och,-iir;TinuworksKf5(iunlIy;!t:ivei / h-iir more colorful,lovelier,uasicr to I Tkinaco, Comes In Blnck, « SHAOIS lijht, m«l.,cl.irlc Brown. ff\ Auburn n-.d Dloniic. SOc. 9V TINTZ COLO* SHAMPOO 1 IPOlt TWICI I Ml IMAVUI LUX or LIFEBUOY SOAP '•* FORA 'REAL SHAMPOO 1 THRILL-TRY NEW \IMPROVfD DRENf / SPECIAL rene HAIR CONDITION!* HAS IKM ADDED TO SPICIA1 DRINE TO HAVE HAIR | THRIUINGIY SMOOTHER AND SIIKIER | AFTER A SHAMPOO. SAVE at CARROLL'S! 60c Size "$t. Siz« 49" 79" Washington,'-July C—:(U:P)—-Thp War department announces the names .of. 13.Connecticut soldiers; '. ; killed In action In two areas:' ' . . • Two killed in -flic ' European" area-are: • ' " ' \'' Master Sergeant' .Edward J. Nimcth of . '7C7 • Laurel uv.cnud, Bridgeport. . •;, . • •'' " . . '. And StufT Sergeant Robert 'j. Schupp of 720. Circular nycnue, Hnmden.' Listed as killed in the Mediterranean area arc: - Private ' First Class Nicholas Amalfltuno "of 08 Roosevelt avenue, Stamford, Private- Paul E. Auger of Thompson. :. Staff Sergeant. Benjamin N. Donutelli of 27 Avon street, Hartford. .First Sergeant. William G. Hanloh of Sandy Hook. Private.First Class Eugene Hori ncy of Seymour.. Private Stephen/ E, Horwath of 28 1 -North-Fourth street, Ansonia. ' Sergeant Rosario F. Palumberl of G Henry street; Noroton Heights; Privato-->Ed$v»i>d..' J. Ricard of Wate'rvllle. ., ' . r "; ' - Priv;iie- First-class 'GorcLbh'. H." Tetreaulf ; of r-Tc-r^y. Plains, 8imn- bury. .':'• ' -.''ii.'.': ':".'. : -. ..'" . Private First Class' Werner G. W. Ztiu.s'chner .of Broad Brook. And Private. First Class Josepli H. Vu.scc of 29. Young avenue; Thompsonvllle..-.- . . : . . • ;•' Additionally; the Navy gives the names of two Connecticut mep wounded in action. They arc: Carpenter's mate Klrst Class James R. -Fowle of 9 Harvey .street'^ Bridgeport.. . ^ . •. . ' And Ktectricianls-. Mate'Second Class Wilbur :-,G...F6Nvle'i-.-. of -I3U Stratford .'avenue, ""Bridgepprt. l^iiiitt^^^^* ^ Executive Group -'•"i-t^W^ffiffil New - York, ' July'.jfeTJJ.. publican' National 1 .Chairman. .Her-' bert Browncll. announces In'oH"^^? polntmcrit -of : an executive, commit-!tee of the Republican" national committee, ••/ . •• ' ' ;;? . ; s Two. Wlllklo supporter!' art).Tnem- bors. They' are Ralph :Cako,i-'-,an Oregon publisher' who'' was 1 ' Wlll- kle'» campaign manager, 'and Sinclair Weekn of. Massachusetts.-,;;. Alao on' the committee; are'- Representative • Clarence Brown : of 'Ohio, who was convention floor 'manager for Governor Bricker, and. J. Russel Sprague- of N«w^ York, one of Dcwey's oilglnali bandwagon members.^ ' >, Qthor committee , member^ we Mrs; Robert. Arc'lilbttld- B 'of 'Colorado; Mrs. Cnrls'Carlson bf'M'ji- ncrtota; Colonel R. B.. Crtager^ol Texas;' Harry Darby of'Kansas; Mrs. W. P. Few . of .North .Cai-o- lina; Harvoy Jewett. of .South' -Dakota; Barak ~-Mattingly ; L ,of' Missouri; Carroll Recce, of Tenncsjee!; Mrs. Bceve'.Schley-of New-Jersey., Mrs. Worttiing-t.ori Scrantbh.'.W Pennsylvania; a.nd'-Mr»; JesslcWH- liamson of California.-..' <. ;'..... ;-: ^.'.^.v-^.v.'.-t.v '$ It. Col. Gabreski Rationing Of Bread May, Not Be Necessary liTop Kgfiter Ace 'Air Force".Thunderbolt Base, England,;July 6~(UP)'-^A : ri- (By Dnttcd Prc*«) Tt looks as'though- brea'd.Cation- ing wpn'L be .'necessary,^afl.er all."Only -a few ..months- afro,- offN ciali Were ••hintinp at •.ih'c.-'poaslbil^ .ity because", wheat 'prospects, were •poor, . Ev"en..a.-lives'Lock. i llqul;dation program '.was.urged because'-of the Krnin outlook.' .' • ./•".' "• .' . ;. ' •' But.the piclurc has-changed. The Ain'fbul.tu'ra.1. department . reports that -the prospective wheat crop Ihis year will-total more than a billio/i bushel.-;'.'.'The exact "'forecast "for •wlr l ler"and spring crops is 1.350,000,000'. bush'els.. tast winter estimates were for 750,000,000 -bushels. . ... " other German plane ..has'been down. And now L.leutehan.t-Colone'1 Francis Qabr'eski .'of.. Oil. City, Pennsylvaniai is the top. American •tighter ace. ' '-..'..' ' -]'.'^, Gabreski' wanted to bag 'his 2gth enemy plane before going home to get married. He got his wish wlien he knocked down a'-Messu'cschniitt In' JTrance. '"', . ••' '.>:•••• Last'week Gabruskl got his 27th plane, tying the recoi-ds '.o'fr Major -Robert S. Johnson : and 'Major Richard'I. Bong, ,'..'":'•''.,'•''••''"•'• .Ho had- been' pressing-i-Jfo'r"'his, 28th cvei-.'-sinceV' '•/•"- ''* -.•'"-•.•;•..;.' '•'•' Gabreski .'.quit'"' a- pre -mcd.ical] Faced by the nation a high rnor- tallty : rate', of 0,000 motor cars and trucks a!',day,! ways.and means were, nought at .ttytwo.^day .meeting of, •the Chevrolet;Rational -dealer plan- ~nlng. committee>in- Detroit for better serving essential, motor .transportation' through''•'"•«• 'greatly expanded mechanic-.training program, according to Harold L. Free, Jr:,'. of the Free Motors, Inc., North TjBln'Mtect, -who has just returned from the;'conference. The committee,; whlchyglves. dealers a voice in the. formation', ^pf..- new plans ancr policies, took 'up* many other wiiritllnu: p]oblcrh»;"and' v vbiccd determination to-"SftV«V'thc.'Wheiils That IIAIlOr.D L. FREE, Jit. Serve America." One problem for which a. solution was. quickly found was" that of a better parts •distrlb'u- tion system so an toellminato po«- .slble delays for essentia|..-' : driver» waiting for replacement)!' on' ci™. Plans calling; for extnaordinaryfef- forts in the education, -training .and development of apprentice mechanics to replace the thousands who have answered their nation's call to arms were also adopted. Mr. Free la.shown 'discussing plans with F. A. .Wilson, Chcyrol«it--''aJi- sistunt budget director, "to keep 'em rolling." . • '- ' '• • Build Trade With Want Ada Statement . Chartor-No..'3p20,i Reserve District No'. 1. ' - _.|iepori,of'..cbnd'ltlon of The Nuugatutlt National Bank of Naugaluck, in .the. State of .Connecticut, at. the close of business oh June-30, . , Published In 'response to call made by Comptroller of the Currency, under Section 'S211,' "U. Si' Revised Statutes: ''•'.' _; •• '•• ••' . ASSETS' .. _ '".••." Loans and discounts (including $97.94 overdrafts, .~ '. ..... .".$- S"&0,189.78 Uniie'd State*, Govef'nmer.t obligations, direct and guaranteed -1,817,183.36 Obligations of States and' political subdivisions ............ , 190.-466.9G " Other bonds, notes, and debentures Cprpprate slocks (including $M,100.00 stock of Federal Re•serve Bank) ..... . ........ , ............. " ........ '.".,.. Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve . balance, •''.and ciish Items in proces.s'of collection ...-...: .......... Bank, .premises owned $328,237.37, .furniture- and 'fixtures : '•_ ,':*S,052.85 ' . ; ........... ____ ...:... '' '" .118,565.0-4 .14,100.00 1,232.953.75 133,290.22. (Bank premises Downed 'are- subject to NiVne liens not assumed by bank) Other'assets; .'.. '.',.'.': ..'..........'..'.....'..., .' •;;...-.-.'. -.j 0.4S2.23 HELD FOR HEARING to Join'the rilr force. In'.'.lMO. ":Ke got his' first 'German plane on Aug-' u'st 24ih,, 1,943.'.- ..•..'-.";-;:•'••: ;•.,•-••:•.• •-Thc'riew all-time ace went'to Ihe Eui-opean theater.In Octbbcr,".:18/t2 : , For a time-lie -flcvir''w|th a Polish Royal Air-Force'squadron. ''. - ,. 1 ' GASLIGHT" IS ONE OP THE GREATEST FILMS OF YEAR : :. Putnam, July 6—(UP)—Two juv<?- nilo' t>oys 'arc being held by state police for acts of vandalism in the Grove/Street cemetery several weeks ago. Wjn'dows of a chapel were broken,, and-the-'door., of a ^ai'ge' mausoleum ' was' smashed. The bb» arc to be presented at a specia'/'scsnion -of- juvenile court. 1 4-2762 ior a LOAN (Ask for Mr. Wall) Those arc busy days • . . If you have u.-sc for CASH to meat acusonal needs: Fuel, Clothings, Emergencies, you will find the ' telephone a {jrent time-saver: A loan, of $1CO costa $19.50 when repaid in 12 equal principal consecutive monthly . installments, " • PHONE ' 4-27C2 •As Paula Alquist in ."Gaslight," which Is held over at 'the Strand thenter, Jhgrld Bcrjfmah'i- appears in a role unlike any other sjie has done, and -for the first' time .: cb : stars with ' Charles 'Boycr. Both; have established . rtollywood as discrlnilnatinjr -nrt- Ists «'hp3e. talent, ''skill. »pd thproueh knowledge^pf ?thelr •pi'o- f esslons have 'made -them ,-No.-4 . a IT tractions at the box^pfflcei, '', Such . : pTctu'res &s'. •"Intbrnieii!b,''. 4 : ! !''CiS*S-' b'lanca"- antf "For •Whoth- 1 tiu;Bcy Tplls" are among.; iJisi r "Bcrginartj8 --' ''''' •rv"iia,ying's''). Deposit* ,of;States: anJ -p'o'litical subdivisions ... DejxJiltJs of'bn.nk»;'.'',\;.-.''.;.' " ' •-." 1,330,59,7:40 =1,07,068.34 OtFie'r.'deposits ..•'('cnrtifiefl nnd casliior's checks,, qtc.) ......... 'J.59,054.51 ' •-''''"' '''' ......I .-...'...'.'... .'..JC,C09,525.2G' :aii'd.'otlier-liabilities for borrowed btKer,'llixblitics . . .'. . - T.otal ( Liabilities .-„ -•.;: :,••..' : Capital -Stock: • ' •200,000.00' ''.81,980.90; <i,831,50fl.ic; ACCOUNTS' ' CLOPAY GARMENT STORAGE BAGS BEDAR.Hk "C TYM •.,,.'• A. C e d a r I z e d garment storage bag to protect your clo'thes fi'oin dust and moths.' Size COx 27x2 Inches. \r..SO MOTH BALLS -| fk AND MOTH FLAKES '-.-*• "^ G.C. MURPHY Co. Church St. at Pork Place Nuugiituck, Conn. achievements, "Algiers" and. "MayerlJng.jiamjOnjf'. others, have proved his 'fine crafts-; manfchip. . . ..... ••..-.-.. .ifff .<....• "Gaslight" is particulaJ'J^ J ^ult-. ed to the young Swedish"!actress- Based on n play by Patrick;'Hamilton, the story Is laid In.. Londpjn ; during the 1870 1 s, . .and".':-prov^fdea. Miss Bergman -with '.the .graceful, pld-fasHioned styles or'-tha't period as well as with .a complex charac- terisation at wJilch she la so'adept, .It was just flve-yearsjago that she ai'r-lved in-thls coun'try. from Stockholm. Unlike .so many other ambitious .actresses, she came, to Hollywood with reluctance. Th'at s'he came at all was duo to the efforts of 'an'American film editor who had seen . her .work, In!','Iriter- mczzo" during' a showing in New York projection room/ The editor was. so Impressed with"' the ' heroine's, perfor-ma'nce that she took the next boat sailing .to Sweden /or, the-, solo purpose" of gettln'g "'JAias'.. .Bergman's signature on'a cbhtratt'. It was. un.easy task, however,.;'»... . _ . . . ' ; Common s.tpck? to'tnl • par $300,000.00 ...... ..... •....'.:... Surplus",." 1 /?;.-. £;•*.£.••.•'••. '. . .*: x... ...... - . . : . ........ ; ; ..... ;. . ; ..... ". •Undivided- prof its ..,?. ., ..... '. . ........... •. . .:......''...',,..,. •Sea'crvcs; fahd-'ret'lrement account- foi' preferred' stock) ..... 300,000.00. 170,000,00 .. 60,085.18 , -lO.OOOiOO .'.'_ ..Totar.Capital Accounts '.....'...-... :'..- .". .• ' _ ;•"'• "Totar tiab-ilitics and Ca'pit'al Acounts * $ ,-.';,;.(.•' '.•"-•'."-. MEMORANDA - ;, . Pledged -.assets (.and .securities loaned) (book-value):' ; (a) United 'States Govcrjimcnt obligations, .direct, and guaranteed, ."pledged to secure deposits. n.nd other '. Ilaibillties ; .' '. ." S70.695;1'8. (e) Total .-..• -...."....' .-..,.: $1.7-10.098.56 Secured-liabilities:.' .' . . . (a) Deposits secured by .pledged assets-pursuant .to re- •.quiremcnts.'o.t law .^ 1,377,899.66 (.b) Borrowing secured by pledged assets {including rediscounts and repurchase agreements) ,... 200,000.00 (dr Total'. .:,.'.'.:•.:.; ,". - ...,$1,57.7,999.06 State of Connecticut", County, of New Haven, ss: "" - ' ' 1, B. -N. Wllmot, cashier..of the above-named bank, do solemnly SWOHI' that tile abpve statement is true to the best of my knowledge and.belief, ..:."..'•. . '" ' '' "• • • ' "(SEAL) .'.... .'•"• •"'" B. N. WltMOT, Cashier. Sworn to.and subscribed before me this 6th day of" July, 1944 ''•'"' /'' •'" ',' ARTHUR C.PEARSON; Notary Public ,-.'.• . : " ' . Correct—Attest: • • • . ' ., •: .-•,'.'•,; . - .• ' . WILLIAM G. BOIES, '""• . . -WILLIAM -M. -CHITTENDEN, ' •'•-.• . JOHN.H, SCHMUCK, . " ;; .- " Directors. — 81- E C I- A L — iKCK »>1 DIKXKH SETXfor fl) 't CCHNEER +* CBIOIT JEWClEftl 1*^ JoufH Main J» ._ 4-7704 Brakeman' Up with ,'th."^'3;• R«ng' ; ; . . "hanidy":—a'nd you'hurry along" your, Ballantioelv : P U RIT V,,; B Q p Yf. .and FLAVOR- in ieV'er^glass.; AmtKica's^finest'isiHctflBM -, —•:;''7,V/^'<^:u**v-,'^ • BALLANTINE JULY SUMMER ' VALUES -TO 19.98;. ;,; •-.';•"• ' '•'] , Dressy and classic . .". Wide variety of prinfs-and " * '. • solids. All. sixes. ..."'.. j' •".'.,;'„.^, '.. . SECOND FLOOR : ; V' : " . COATS • - VALUES -TO 49.98 Short styles and full length's.' All sizes and colors. wool. . • * SUITS $ 10. «15. $ 24. VALUES" TO 4J5.00 , '...: ..- , . Plaids, . checks, tweeds and solids. .All sizes and ". " ..... colors. ' ""''" ',.-' SECOND FLOOR BATHING SUITS . SLAQJKS $ 4. -. ^Z • .VALUES'-.TK)' 7.98 ;,-:;-• VALUES COTTON PINAFORES, j-JV.-, -• - >i> • • '•"5*'-' »^..~3- .VALUES TO 7.98 A^:-C^ SKIRTS , :^:^t VALUES TO- 8.98'' .:' : ..'"'. . SECOND FLOOR BLOUSES $ 3 VALUES ..TO 7.98 . •Prints and solids. Classic and dressiip styles. All colors arid sizes. SECOND FLOOR ALL SALES FINAL NO EXCHANGES JUST RECEIVED! •' •"% TWO CASES OF BIG - HUSKY - SOFT • • .-.^ • . ,; .; Absorbent Turkish Knit TOWEL* Better look over your summer 'a supply. In white with colored borders. THE MILLER & PECK CO. Waterbury — Cheshire ^ Back the Attack — Buy Bonds ; -^[ |

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page