Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on July 14, 1944 · Page 8
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July 14, 1944

Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 8

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Page Eight DAILY NEWS Waterbury's Friendly Department Store" JULY CLEARANC Tubboble ,'. Cotton Housecoats $2-59 Ceiling Price $2.98 'Hope Reed' Classic Wrap-around styles in floral printed chintz and percales, with or without-collars, easy to slip into, comfortable and flattering to wear and so easily tubbed—it's a warm weather must! Sizes 12 to '40. BUDGET DRESS SHOP — FASHION FLOOR Rayon French Crepes *6- 99 Ceiling Price $7.95 A warm weather must—cool as a -"coke". Flattering! Practical! Tubbable! Man- tailored cotton suit of fashionable chambray—featuring the one-button clo'sihg. Frosty white dickey. Skirt has ;two deep kick pleats in front. Colors- are luscious .. . mellon, lilac and gray. Sizes 12 to 20. FASHION FLOOR . Late summer and early fall dresses, designed with soft shirring, and flattering fit. Monotone, floral arcl scroll prints in shades of green, red, blue and brown. Sizes 38 to 52. STREET FLOOR Consumer's Special Cosmetics O for $| Ceiling Price 50c ea. Includes creams, lotions, shampoos,.bath preparations and make-tip. Nicely packaged. Generous sixes of excellent quality. Designed to add to your charm whatever the weather. STREET FLOOR ' Infants' Wear TOTS' SHEER DRESSES — Incomplete assortment, sizes 1 to 6 years. Ceiling Price, $1.19. Clear- ar.iie 95c prices $1.19. CHILD REN-S BATHING SUITS—Small lot, m o _s 11 y r.iyons.. Sizes 2 1 to 6 years. Coiling $1.00, to Clearance CHILDREN'S ALLOVER APRONS—Neat prints, light colors, pockets. Sixes 2 to 6 years. Ceiling price $1,29, Clearance WATERPROOF SANITARY SHEETS—Size 18x27. Ceiling price 39c. Clearance ... INFANTS' GAUZE DIAPERS—Size 20 x 40, soft finish, durable. Ceiling price, $1.98 £4 " cloz. Clearance, doz. CHUX DISPOSABLE DIAPERS — Package of 25. Sl.OO 65c Flattering Trimfit Lisle Hose Clearance $|«00 Ceiling Price $1.50 Comfortable style. 42 gauge, full fashioned ribbed construction. Excellent for wear. Shades, Rica Sun and Rio Tan. Sizes Sy-> to 10. STREET FLOOR Boxed Stationery Clearance 8 9 Ceiling Price $1.00 Ceiling Price $1.39. ' MUSLIN CRIB SHEETS— Size 42 x 72. Ceilhip price 79c BAIiVLAN'i;) — FASHION FLUOR Large single sheets of white laid, .60 sheets, 50 envelopes. Double sheets with deckled edges with or without colored border in blue and 'White. 50 sheets and 50 envelopes. STREET FLOOK . - Aid In Paper Chairman C. Arthur Fager Tells Of Plans For July 24' ,25 Event Naugatuck children will be asked : .to aid- In tlie pkjj.-jj. for the .borough's, next collection of waste pa- p'er' to bo : held on Monday and Tuesday,-'July;24 and 25, Chairman. C."Arl.huj- Fugcr announced today. T,he ypungslera will be aaketl not anlyr''to :'-ai<I 'iii getting the paj>er together, in''- 1 the individual home, buil .some wil.l be enlisted for the dlat'rlbul.ion. of. circulars in tllicir neighborhood areas teMIng of tlio collection and 'ith-o great need for waste, paper In connection with th-i_> •wur'Mrffo.rt:•'. • .Chairman Fagcr .today received 'a telegram ;ifi'om Washington shit- ing- ihat paper is the nation's No. 1 need right now for the- war effort,; and polntir.ig out lhat some war' InduHtrl.es Jiave bean .forced !,o : shiit down because of paper shortages. So serious is the need, for the salvage' of waste paper. Chairman Pager declared today, that • -the armed forces are now conducting a. salvage campaign in the North. African' ainid South Pacific war nones. ' .. " • . The lo«al salvage head also has been informed that national fig ures indicate ithut only G3 per cen. of America's families are saving paper, and only 67 per cent convinced of the need for waste paper. Naugatuck has bscn doing- a splendid job in connection with tne .salvage of waste paper, Chairman Pager slated, and perhaps a IRlle added effort h«re -may maJo: up for shortcomings in tlie field in othe-r towns or cities. Naugatuck's quota, iira the next collection is 50 lorio.and Chairman Fagcr today expressed great confidence lhat it will be reached. Added Hours In Tax Office Have Broken Up Rush Ringling Circus May Get Back On Road Soon Hartford, July' H—<UP)— Rlng- Ji.ng Brothers and Barnum and Bailey circus may be back on t-h<; road again soon—If some arrangement can be worked out to release Us attached propcrtlcs-in Hart.ford. ' More .than a mllllOTi'dollars worth of Jawsui.ts have been filed so far against the big top as tin after- matti of last -week's dtaislrmis fire. And to meet these obligations, officials say Clio cirous .h«s got to get gol-ng and make wornc money. The circus now is In Superior .court receivership, and some plan may bo worked out for Uie appointment of three- federal receivers and Die posting of a release bond to protect claimants whil the circus 1 is on tour. •According to officials, il is cost Ing the circus J10,000 a. day to re mak) idle in Harl.ford and ever day that Its 1,000 employees are kept on. the payroll. And it can' eanni a. penny unless it is recon struct.ed and. g-oes bo^ck totherorix The property may be released the circus can furnish u. bond cov erfrng • willatever 'aosels'. remain. Moanwhllo, the death toll j:e nmin sat 16^ and a'nothiir 316 per sorts otiJl are hospitalized. Only eight are In. a critical condition^ REAL HONEST TO SPORTS SHIRTS FROM CALIFORNIA — $10.00. Sports shirts from the land where sports are sports — and California — as well as the rest of the country are, grlad of it These sports shirts have 'ari unmistakable air of Hollywood " designing: — there's a style dig.;- tinction and individuality that brings out a man's sporting; blood and his liking: for the proper toffs to fit his firames. - 'Local Contractor Presents His Side (Continued from Page J) The added .hours that the Nau- (,'atuck Lax orllce is now open, noon hours 'and evenings is believed to be'responsible for the fact that no extra clerk has been needed to date there, Tax Collector Patrick McKeon indicated today. Mr. McKeon. almost a month ago. inaugurated the added hours Naug-.-ituck tax payers would have available for tax payments and '.his distribution of -business is be- 'ic-ved to have broken up any 'rushes" such as have been noted n the past. At present there is one clerk in the department, Mrs. Loretta Sullivan, and Warden Leo J. Erophy had earlier announced another clerk would be named temporarily to assist in handling- the July tax business. Mr. McKeon said that he and his present clerk have had no dif (lenity in handling the tax busines. so far and the collector believes an additional clerk will not b necessary. Many have paid their property taxes so far and Mr. McKeon does not anticipate the final rush in the last week of the month will be as heavy us in past years in view of the number who have already paid Interest on the tax due July 1 starts- Aug. 1. Mr. McKeon said a considerable number have not only paid the tax due July 1 but have also paid the levy due next Dec. 31. This latter tax is for five and a half mills and the July tax is 19 mills. Nine-State Alarm Sent Out For nN.Y. Baby case a New York, July 14—(UP)—Police report definite clues In the disappearance of Barbara Anne Gog-pin —the blonde, blue-eyed bnby who has been missing from the New York Foundling hospital since early yesterday. Police have sent out a nine-state alarm along: the enst coast. The search is reported the most intensive since the nindbcrph kidnapping- 12 years ago. Announcement that detectives have concrete leads in the came as Samuel Paul Forrest, shipyard worker, was released'af- ter four hours of questioning. Investigators concluded he had no knowledge of the whereabouts of Barbara Anne. Forrest is the father of Joan Forrest, 17-months old and also .blonde and blue-eyed, who was in a nearby crib, Forrest's baby had been placed In .the hospital ,by his divorced wife, and Forrest had been informed he could not remove the child without a court order. Police thought Barbara Anne might have been removed In a case of mistaken identity. Police say. the golden-haired 1 baby may have been carried out into a garden courtyard either through a window or door which were left open because of intense humidity.' 1 installed the septic tanks and disconnected the aewcr from the drain. It now runs into the septic tanks and is drained into a dry well. When 1 was informed that the Jorough officials would do nothing to improve the condition I urged the residents of Cherry street tx- tension to request the services of the State -Sanitary Inspector. The drains are of four-inch pipe, which are proper size. In fact iheru are sewer pipes in some sections of Nnugaluck, on accepted streets, that are only six inches. Furthermore- I have established an- enviable reputation in Nuuga- tuck and other towns as a reliable and trustworthy" building contractor and invite inspection of my work by anyo'ne. I consider the article in last evening's Dairy News as decidedly unfair to me and sincerely believe that if any com.v plainunts at the borough board meeting- Tuesday 'night would contact me directly any differences of opinion could be promptly adjust cd. In reference to the poor cooperation that the .borough of Naugatuck gives to local builders. I would like to state that one year ngo I asked for permission to drain a cellar en North Hoadloy street, which is a very wet area, into the sanitary sewer. I was denied this permission, yet a few years ago was grunted permission to drain several cellars on Qulnn street into the sanitary sewer on that slree Just what is the reason for th lack of consistency in this polic for both streets are notorious n being full of water. Several yeai from now if this cellar fills wit water I will again be criticized fo alleged poor work when actual! the fault will r.ot be mine but ca be traced directly to the borougl MATTHEW J. KARBOWIC7 RecordJtl Courteous Service -- ::»:.^ •-.'-'. 3i 7.0VINF. ELECTRIC CX). U' 8 Church Siren ; ' '" - V' We Have An Excellent Slock of ... U. S. BATTERIES — FOB — ' All Makes of Car* Se« Our— Mr. CharleN Thomxon Manager of Tire Dcpt. SPECIAL TO OUT DANCING FRIENDS!!| • 7 ."•'•'-, Friday, .SatunUfv. Johnny Bock 'n' Hli r and Kye-Son'r^T Polka* and Sweet,M Templeton's TEMPLETON'S CORNER WATKIU1UKY DIAL 408O (No Toll Charge) Bill 1-uback Polka. S to 9 SunJa White E**lt| Restaurant , BRIDGE-STMIT^ Member of Connectic* v S.| R«*tuurant First Army Advances Three Miles (Continued from Pape 1) During: World war I, members of the U. S. marine corps received more. Ulan' 1,000 decorations and awardij for .bravery. BUY, WAB BONDS AND STAMPS The Germans are reported to lave distributed arms to engineers artillerymen and signal personnel lor Hi of. Lessny. The move would e an effort to bolster the rearguards covering [.ho main Walvr- iiaclit withdrawal. Tihe American advances are said to be so rapid n this sector that l.hc enemy may o!. have ,time--to man a new d?- ensc lime. In the past -seven d;iys, our !,i-oops ave liberated more t,ha.n 120 quare miles of France. Their deep- st advance has been eight miles i't'j the Vire region. At the eastern end. of t-ha beachhead—on the British front—the German.* re-captured Colombclle.5 and St. Honorine, just cast, of Caan. Leiutenant - General Dempsey's second British army continues to re-group for the next slogo of Un> Allied advance .toward Pari-j—120 miles east of Caen. • DIVIDENDS DECLARED TO DEPOSITORS JULY 1st AMOUNTED TO $86,000.00 MflUGflTUCK r HLDC, T(( NAUGATUCK SAVINGS BANK All Deposits Guaranteed! 100 Years of Service For over 100 years this plant has con-1 tinuously served our nation with quality footwear and other fine.rubber products/1 both in peace and in war. UNITE!) STATES RUBBER CO. Naugatuck Footwear Plant JAPS DKSPERATE Allied Headquarters, Southwest PacifU:, July 14—(U P)—Desper.-i.1e soldiers of the .trapped Japanese 18th army, have attacked United States lines al. Aitnpe for the thu-d day. An estimated; enemy force of 43,000 men luis been isolated for weeks on. .the 'northern New Guinea coast. •;.'.',- WAR BONDS • NEWBICYCLES • BICYCLE TIRES & TUBES • GARDEN FERTILIZER. • LAWN FERTILIZER "< • HY-TROUS LIQUID FERTILIZES • SPRAY MATERIALS • KLEEN-FLO Cleann Your oil Tank '"•' ' Condition* Vour Car Motor *' • CHIMNEY SWEEP ^ Clean* Furnace Flue« . L • OIL DRUMS — STANDS — FAUCETS • CEMENT PAINT • Transparent Filler and 4 Colon • The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 87 Church St Phone 523*

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