Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on July 20, 1944 · Page 5
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 5

Naugatuck, Connecticut
Issue Date:
Thursday, July 20, 1944
Page 5
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THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1944 BINGO Tomorrow Night .Mid Kvrry Frliluy. .N 8 'o'Clock lit St. Michael's Church Beacon Falls, Conn. finnl iinil Comfortably BEACON FALLS f&ge Five. Beacon Falls to Swear In New Voters Next Saturday World War A Year. Ago July 20, 1943 I'rninpt, KMT* WATCH A JKWKLKY UKPAIRING William Schpero drvvrlor JSO CMUHCH ST. _ 1 FIlRht L'p — KKlilOTKR NOW FOR FALL TERM OI'KNS SiKIT. fiTH J.| CKNTHAL AVENUE Republican Caucus Tuesday, Jitfy 25, For Selection Of Delegates The -selectmen, registrars of void's, iind ihc town clerk of Beacon Frills will meet at the town hull Saturday, July 22 from 5 to 8 p, m. for the swearing in of new voters. Servicemen's -applications for taking tlic oath nnd requests, for absentee 'ballots will also be acted upon by the Kroup. ,at 8 p. m,,-Christian Hclsg,' chairman o'f the town committee announced this morning. , Delegates to the state convention to be held Aug. 7-8 will'be chosen, and delegates to the congressional convention which will be hold Aug. 9, will also be elected. Republican CIIIICII.H Republican electors of Beacon Falls will hold a caucus Tuesday July 25. at the town hall, starting Valley Fish Market 8 SOUTH MAIN STREET FULL LINE OF SEA FOOD IN SEASON NORTHERN FISH ROLL NKW — AM, I'KKrAUKI) — JUST HEAT IT AND EAT IT — TRY IT, YOU'LL LIKE IT! ! Bingo Friday St. Michael's parish offers its weekly binRp party at the church basement starting at 8 p. m. Friday night. The affair has had continued popularity, nnd the summer season has not caused a fnlling-off of attendance. . '' The public is Ihvltcd' to attend nn<i share the prizes. Tax Office- Open Thc r -tax collector's office will be open 'again Friday from 7 to 8 p. m., Ralph Tucker, tax collector, announced this-'morning. .' POLICE SHOW GOOD "NOSE" Topeka, Kan, (UP)—That well- known "nose"'that journalists n re reported to use In their profession seems to be needed In other types of work, too. .Police' offices here were recently called .to a home to help locate n peculiar odor. The of fleers sniffed until they discovered a leak in the coil of. an electric ice-box, •'•••' ': . ,. (By United Freud) •: First -proaf battle of "the Sicilian campaign rages south of. Catarile- where -British Eighth ''A"rmy : i'ls striking at German' 'and Itnlliin- troops; . Canadians' push German's back and drive closet 1 to Enna; .Italian sokliers reported In mutini'. Adolf. Hitler and .Bcnito'.Musso- lini confer for several;hours (July 19) in a northern Italian' town ito discuss the "current military, situation." • ' . ' '• '. •.,.. ' ; ;'. '*!. V, S. Army Llbcrn.tprs^fjy,. J.rjto Japanese' territory July'19 tb'"b'omb enemy air and, naval base of Parh- mushiru In Uic Kurllc Islands.;.; Allied airmen attack a convey In Vclla Gulf, between Kolombah- para and Vella Lavella Islands ;-ln the Solomons. ;•.! jClothesiFotecast For DINAH SHORE IS • FEATURED NOW AT | THE GEM THEATER $ BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS (•'J.SII CAKKV mill FKIICI) KII.KT.S, MADE FRESH ON J'UliMISIvS Live Lobsters u>. 69« NOTICE! TO OU« NAUGATUCK STORE CUSTOMERS! Duo to war time conditions, are compelled to close our Nuu- RiUuck store. CALL US For the day. our Route Man will lie on your street. Free Telephone Service For NaiiRiituck Customers Call Enterprise 4700 SHALETT-LUX Laundcrcrs — Dry Cleaners 28 E. Muln St., Waterbury Main Office * Plant, 22 Walnut St. Ext. Watcrtown — Naugrutuck Mlddlcbury . "A rose by any other name hi; just as sweet" said one Wllllaip, Shakespeare many years ago but, according to Dinah Shore, he didn^t know what he was talking about.. Din'ah, who is appearing oppo;. site Danny Kayc in Samuel Gold ; ' wyn's Technicolor musical for RK6 radio 1 release, "Up in Arms," noilv at the Gem, grew up Frances Roic Shore. Weary of ha vine her schopl. friends point their fingers at hoi 1 and chant, "Frances Rose sat on' a tack; Frances rose," Dinah dc-- cidcd that one of her life's amf bitions was to get' rid of her first two names. ' r ., When she reached New York after leaving her native Tennessee}executives of the broadcasting corn- any for which she sang concurred with Dinah that Frances Rose Shore didn't have the necessary "/.ing" which her voice conjured up. As her first fame had come from singing the well-know^' "Dinah," it was agreed by all • concerned that henceforth and for- overmore Frances Rose would bo known as Dinah. The red-haired torchcr haa two catchy ballads in "UP in Arms,'.' in which she Is cast as an Army nurse who travels to the South Pacific aboard that same transport as Kaye, his pal Dana Andrews, and Constance Dowllng. The military exploits and woes of the four-: some loud • to the hilarious plot cmplicntions of the picture, which is said to be the most entertaining tuncfllm in years. .> The Stalue. of Liberty was ceived from France In :885. FOR THURSDAY ONLY BOYS' SUMMER SHORT SLEEVE KNIT POLOS Variety of Colors, — Sizes 1 to 14. Group 1 Reg. Ceiling Prices 70c, 89c and 1.00. NOW 59c Group 2 Keg-. Ceiling Prices $1,19 and $1,95 NOW 89c Group 1 Group 2 SUN SUITS . Assorted Colors Sizes 1 to 4 only. Reg. Ceiling Price $1.05 NOW $1.39 Reg. Ceiling Price $1.00 Sizes 1 to 3, NOW 49c WASHABLE OUTSIDE SHORTS Gabardines, Tan and Khaki Sizes 4-10-14-16 only Group 1 Reg. Ceiling Price $1.95 NOW Group 2 SUSPENDER SHORTS Sizes 3 to 7 only, Reg. Ceiling Price $1.95 NOW $1.59 WASHABLE SLAX. PANTS Group 1 Reg. Ceiling Price $1.95 Group 2 WASHABLE SLAX SUITS Tan and Blue Sizes 4-6-8 only. Reg. Ceiling Price $3.95 NOW $2.95 NOW $1.69 Reg. Ceiling Price $2.95 NOW $2.45 GABARDINE DRESS SLACKS Browns, Tans, Blues Size 8 to 16 Reg. Ceiling Price $4.95 NOW $4.45 162 CHURCH STREET |; St. Louls-^X ITEV— After-. thei war, 'the Moh'sahio .Chhcmlcal Co. reports, .your, pants .won't, ahinc, your Ifctocklhga' •; won't'' run' -'and clothes will fast twice^os •long' because of 'radical .developments In. the chem- 'Ical treatment '',of fibers. J 1 Moreover/ ""the -' company says, ^chemically, ue'atcd trousers will rc- ..itain thciK jcjccaso',. .even .in the rain ;'iind wbon itakpn. out of a suitcase, >and cottons "and : rayons 'will have ;(ncreasingly^ 1 -fas'r" colors and will Resists heat, water and acid. These developments, according to the'company, arc Unsod on new technl^ue:* ,,ln treating either tlic uurfucc or'the 'interior-of the lab- rics, .without changing the feel ; or the texture. In "sonic caac»i 'treatment ;in. volves the deposit of a sub-microscopic film ot plastic. Runs- in stockings nrc prevented by deposits of silica or BUb'-micro»copic grains of snnd which prevent the libers from slipping out of. position when they arc knitted. First attempt to print .a newspaper in colonial America was the Puhlick Occurcncc-s, started in. Boston in 1C90. After publlsWng- a few Issues, it was suppressed. ; BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS Fire Destroys Mexico's 'Descent From The Cross* Mexico City (UP)— The world- famous painting- "El Denccndi- micnto" .(Descent from- Ihc.Croai!), considered by many to be the work of Tir.iano, was destroyed by (Ire recently in a church in Tzinlzunt-, -an, stain of Only burned fragments of the painting were found by inspectors who were investigating a possibil- ty the flre miRht have been «tnrtcd by thieves who had intended to steal the paintinp. "El Dcsccndimiento" had ' been widely discussed by critics, who .never were' nblc' to agree on who painted;: l£ : ;Although it hM been htlribuled more-often'to TlElano, other mnstcrH, such a» Ibarr», find Vclazquc?;; 'hiivc been': mcntlonwl as possible painters^', -. *-••• ••• " WINS FIRST BOUND'/ "-;•' Washington. July 2O-~(UP)—The Bovcrnmcnt has won an important round' in the court 'battle with Montgomery Ward.. The--court of appeals has .dismissed the Montgomery suit which would have pr»- vcntcd the War Labor Board from carrying out. its orders .n-l- the »4x Ward stores. It is; expected" that the decision, will be. appealed to the- Supreme court. . v Lincoln © Store (161 W. MainSt OPPOSITE • THE GREEN FIL 3-5030 Hi Phones ..:&& jl SEALED BEAMS GENUINE MAZDA Cc ment lin't for all late model curs. Reg. Price S1.10 Marker Frames Chrome plated rust proof. Fit any *Ue marker^, 88c Reg. Price 98c Pair .......... 55c SideMirrors F a K t e h • quickly to wide door. Reg. Price $1.65 .'Lio McALEER'S WAX Good 'quality' wax lor uuto or furniture. FLEETWOOD Motor Oil LIGHT. MED IUM HEAVY 2 Gallon Can % 1.29 CIGARETTE HOLDER Fastens to (steering column. Holds of cigarettes Reg, Price . 25c PUMP HOSE For all tire pumps. Reg. Price 29c FAN BELTS Heavy Duty Bolt* for ANY Car. Reg. Price 95c to $1.25 Fue] Pump Kits Complete kits ' to rebuild your worn pump. 15c to 49c Radiator Hose Henry duty « Ply Hose—All »lzc» your choice. Reg. J'rico ,'!c to (ic per inch Per Inch SALE OF BRAND NEW PRE-WAR FIRESTONE TIRES 14 6.00 x 16 Including Tax .95 FAMOUS MAKE NEW TIRES Available on Grade 1 Ration Certificates— nil popular sizes. RECAPPED TIRES Available on Grade 3 Certificates INNER TUBES RATION FREE! ! cretificalc needed — cornc ;uid pet tlicm if you need them. HYDRAULIC; BRAKE FLuro PIXT SJZK Reg. Price S9c 33- HYDRAULIC BRAKE KITS - 1 - '.-V " For replacing worn brake p«rt» on all cars. ' ,:•„:. - 39c to 89c WATER PUMP Packing Rings For repacking leaky wmt*r. pumps- on all' car* Each Windshield Cleaner Parts BLADES l. r >c AllMS 2Sc 1IOSK Ft 3c IGNITION WRENCH 5 KAC1I ^ DUPONT Cleaner and Polish -50c SIZE GASKET CEMENT Reg. 15c 7c BATTERY CABLES All and types for all carm. Other* I9c to WHITEWALL TIRE CLEANER Complete KH Reg. Price 50c 39 MARKER BACK Holds: marker to bumper cnr bri»;o front or rcnr. Reg, Price 79c • Powerful Stromberg BATTERIES NEW, FRESH STOCK Quickly Spins and starts most stubborn motor. AUTO RADIO COWL TYPE AERIALS .95 FORD "A" CHEVROLETS PLYMOUTH DODGE, etc. 39 TJLATE SIZE 5 OLDSMOBILE BUICK PONTIAC 9 .95 51 PLATE .SIZE FORD V-8 CHEVROLET S7-8!) HUDSON TERRALLANE 6 .95 ETC. 45 PLATE SIZE ALL PRICES WITH.OLD BATTERY NOTE:—WE HAVE AMPLE STOCKS BUT MUST RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES SO AS TO 'PROVIDE FAIR DISTRIBUTION - ""

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