Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on February 7, 1947 · Page 5
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 5

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, February 7, 1947
Page 5
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GETS BLACK VEIL OF CARMEUTlS^ Boy Scouts Of Troop One To Attend Banquet Beacon Falls THIS UNUSUAl PHOTO shows Sister Ahne of the Mother of God a Car- aelite nun rcccivins the black veil of the order from the Most Rev Ralph L. Hayes (richt;. Bishop of Davenport, Iowa, at the communion window. At left is the Rev. A, J, Barry. The impressive ceremony wa» hold in the Pater Nostcr Chapel, Bettendorf, Iowa. Before tnterinf •'•. convent Sister Ann* wi>3 • plona »ccompanl»t (International) Important subjects will be dls cussed by Boy Scout Troop 1 a their regular weekly meeting to night. Several of the Scouts pla to nttcnd the Father and Son ban quct of the district, Fob. 13, Tt Is ' announced that the rcoen paper drive conducted by th Scouts provfed successful. Th money which they collected will b used for summer camping equip ment. An active summer program is planned by the Scouts. They In tond to hold another paper driv in the near future. Instructions for the gramma school children of St. Michael' parish will be. held tomorrow morn ing at 9 o'clock In the church. O'Blenis Joins Naval Reserve Robert O'Blenis. EMic, 5rt Dam- .son Liiine, is on'! of 23 men from the Wnterbury urea who have enlisted In tho InactU'e Naval Reserve since Monday when 19 others siKncri up. it was announced yesterday by Lt. B. F. Moore, commander of tho Naval Recruiting Station for Connecticut. Eighteen of the men who have joined since Monday a re from Waterbury and the others tire from towns In thin area. ThcMC men will have un opportunity to lake a two weeks mlcl- wlr.ter cruise to a Currlbbesin port aboard tho USS Wisconsin with rood and clothing furnished, Lt. Moore announced last night. They will bo pultl at the snma rate recelvi-d nt -the time of cllMcharpe fioni the service, while on the cruise, he said, Teh cruise leaves «V«w York March 2 and requests by members) of the Naval Reserve to be included should be made Im- | mediately. Tim recruiting unit's office in Waterbury Is open daily from 1 to Contract Let For Redecoration Of St. Michael's The A. F, Taylor Co., has been authorized to start redecorating processes of the Interior of the Mothodist church, it was announced today. The refurbishing will be the first work accomplished since the church was renovated in 1926 and funds were unavailable to complete tn- Favor BUI First Selectman Frank Sempleti ski together' with tho town's ot'he selectmen,- Edward Smith an< Ralph .Upright have officially an nounccd their support af the atat aid bill which comes up for hear ing on February 13, In the House of Representative, Hartford. This but If passed, would net the town approximately $18.000 additional Cundj for education, from the state. teller decorating. Perlcy H, Brown, chairman of the committee in charge of arrangements, indicates the work Is expected to be completed by Easter. The congregation has pledged 5800 Tor the work, and it is expected ull contributions will be received by Feb. 16, p. m. and from 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. Saturday at, Room 208 in tho Post Office Building. FIVK »AY HANKING Hfirtrorcl, Feb. 7—(U P)—Governor McConnughy Is in favor of having the hanks of Connecticut clcwij on Saturday*). And he hiis urged the Icglsla- tiin;'.M banking committee >to press for rmictmont of a bill permitting. n tive-ciny wcok for houHr.s. Connecticut banks Saturday during months, by iipnoltil (>.' the governor. Twins At Airport Confuse Customers Seattle (UP)—Many a passenger and mechanic at BoelnjjTTIcld hiis taken a look, rubbed his eyes nnd muttered fears he was developing double vision, Doris Cadley, an airlines stewardess, and her twin sinter, .-DqrO' thy Cadley Titus, a flight Instructor, arc Identical twins. "People think we are snobbish or something." Miss Cadley explained. "Dorothy's friends com* the banking! up to me ami begin talking. an:l of course I don't know them, <vnd closed every the yiinimcr proclamation they go away thinking Dorothy has gone highhat. unless I get a chance to explain." Stainless Steel KNIFE & FORK SET $395 fi Knlvi'H — I! Fork* with Ivory I'luxtlc ffundlcs — in oirt itox CCHNEERC **CREDir jEwetERS^r Devises Toothbrush Like Fountain Pen Attends Convention Representative..Clara O'Shea, attended tho Eastern Owl Convention on Monday evening in the Hotel Bond in Hartford. Sht also attended the annual meeting and banquet of the Connecticut Owls, on 'Tuesday evening, in tho Hotel Bond, where all new members were Initiated. This is Mrs. O'Shc's .second term as representative fraorii Beacon Falls. During- this tetm she will serve on the Public Pcrsonnal, anil the Contingent Expenses Committees. • • Whiz JUd» Win At a recent basketball game hold in St. Michael's Lyceum, the Whiz Kids of Beacon Falls, defeated the Union City Bums, from Naugatuck, by a score of 48 to 37. Th< : referee was Lennon .and the umpire was Mather. Floss was high scorer for the game wllh 22 points, and Sitar followed with J!0. The Whiz kicts. as yet are undefeated. Anyone desiring a game with them, are requested to ca«i 4D79, and a^k for George Mitchell. Cabaret Dance A Cabaret d-ance will be held this evening in the Beacon Falls Rccroation^.cljjjb.^sRonsorod by thp. 'American' 'licglbn'"iybme-h's Auxiliary. Music ' will b'e furnished by Cliff Slater's orchestra, and dancing is from 9 to 1. Refreshments will be served. Wis. (UP)—Tooth- fountain pens arc South Main Chrysler and Plymouth O. M. C. Trucks J. C. Raytkwich, JR. ACCESSORIES Repairing IM SOUTH MAIN ST. Telephone 40M C' Line of CABMOTE PAINTS 'or Interior Mill uxturlor iwe* NATIONAL I'UKSMUIIK COOK j; US Union City Hardware 3*« N. MAIN ST. Union City M. Jtittklowlch, 1'rop. W. .1. Stoko*. Watcrtown, brushes like here, W. P. Webnr has designed a rov- olu : tlonary toothbrush using a barrel us a reservoir for liquid dentifrices, fed through a brush head to the- mouth of the user. He and hla brother, F. E, Weber, have a work shop In Watortown and an assembly plant at Whitewater, Wis,. and is turning out brushes with molded icnltc caps and chromium clips. Bristol Brass Union Secedes (By United Press) Workers of the Bristol Brass Corporation have voted overwhelmingly in favor of secession from the International Union of Mine. Mill and Smelter Workers. This was tho first formal referendum among the eleven rebel locals which have been objecting to what •they call "the communistic line" followed by the International's president, Reid Robinson. Robinson, Incidentally, has been invited to speak before the Ansonia Brass Workers Sunday af- tornoon, Also _ invited to attend a mass meeting" is John J. Drlscoll, state C-I-O council secretary who has been opposing Robinson, NAUO\TUCK NCWS (CONN.). FWDAY. FEB. T, 1MT—PAO» f I Rare Eating Habits Solve Zoo Puzzle Philadelphia (IB P) — Warren Buck, Camdon, N. J., animal dealer, imported a r.irc animal and .jcnt it to the Philadelphia Zoo with the following note: "Here's a new one on me, Maybe you know what It Is," Zoo officials weren't puzzled long. It was » dlnomys branickll. They were sure of it. once they fecj the anftnal. Jt situ ore-cat on its hind legs while eatinc. "Somewhat like a human being," zoo offlcial.M s< BITV PLANES Bridgeport. Feb. 7—(U P)—Fifteen Sikorsky helicopters have been bought by the Argentine navy from the United Aircraft Corporation, The ships will be used primarily for search and rescue work.. Wisconsin, known as the Badger state, contains 50.066 square miles ind ranks 25th in size- your '•*»! LEAMN CHOTOORAPHV in your spare time! Enroll now in night school storting late in February. Become a Professional Photographer, Study under »«perti in ihii fid* ichool. Claixt in Portrait, Cam' mtrcial and Oitael Color Photogro- phy, Coedvcalianal. An occridiltd xhool For V«r«rans. Writ* for Catalog PROGRESSIVE SCHOOL OF PHOTOGRAPHY 217 Park St.. N«w Have* Tel. 7-0117 $42,000,000 Budget For New Plants Pittsburgh (UP)—Major industries arc Inventing at least J42.000,-- 000 in plant expansion programs, u survey shews. One of the larscst undertakings- is by. Crucible Steel Co. The fli-m announced plans to spend $20,! 850,000 increasing its Midland. Pa. j plant facirtties ,for the production | of 'Steel sheets, bard and finished products. Jones anS Laug-hlin Stoel Corp. .said installation of a cold reduction mill at Aliquippa, Pa. is near completion. Production at the $12,000,000 unit is expected to t>e- Kin this summer. More than $7,000,000 Is being invested by Westing-house Electric Corp, at Its Braver, Pa. plant. The firm expects to start producing De-Ian circuit breakers sometime in April. Construction work at the $3,000,000 Josephtown smelter works of St. Joseph Lead Co., near Monaca. Pa., i.j bVlnp pushed to expected completion early this summer. The A. M. Byers & Co. also an-, nounced plans for expanding faclll-i tics at Its Amtoridge, Pa., plarit. However, a company- spokesman said completion is not expected for another year, The Koppers Co, is negotiating-, I'or an Idle butadiene producing; plant in Kobuta, Pa. If completed, the transaction would loom as one of the biggest expansion movements in the industrial valley. I.ACY WINS The first match in the Industrial Round Robin pool tournament, at the Y took place last night. Lacy beat Sundholm 100-26. Tonlgrht'e match pits Galeskl against Casey. Ten contestents are taking part in the tourney. In 1940, over half the population of 28 of the 48 states lived in rural areas. FEBRUAR i^ ,^ STARTS SATURDAY, FEB. 8th FJf-ORENCE BOS WORTH Assistant Manager • ••••..*.*. * #. From February 8th-to.Feb- ruary 15th, Murphy'N MKlst- ant. manajrent and icction ' manager* are in full charge of tho' store—«nd promise the buying public of Naujm- tuck and vicinity a Mecca of bargain* In all departments during- this , great AMlntaht Maitaier** . Sale. Shop here with full confidence that during: thin event. Murphy'* UNUal hl(h quality merchandise will offered at the lo went price* of .the year. Here !x a chance to 'buy for the Individual or the'• home, with scores of other auper- values ' available in addition • to those listed In thl» advertisement. I tucy; MKZZIO Section Manager HELEN WRIOHTMAN • Section Manager Women's' EXTRA SPECIAL Sheer Blouses S1.19 Bcgiilur $2.70 Women's- Smart Gloves Boys' Polo Shirts 57c • • \ Hershey Bars Rubber Soles & Heels Beechnut Gum . White House Cleansing Powder 3 for 10c Anklets Children's and Wonten's EXTRA SPECIAL Women's Silk Hose $1.19 Regular IHRWS Handy Facial Tissues bOX Thirsty Tea towels 8c EXTRA SPECIAI, ! Women's Dresses $1.88 : .Viiluct* to Crystal Combs Very heavy Women.'* Plastic Purses 8c ISXl'RA .'. " ' Extra ' Heavy Woven Bedspreads i •_. S3.49 Regular $7.93 Old Cushioned Hard Candy 35c lb EXTRA SPECIAL 2 Goldfish LARGE GLOBE, FOOD, STONES Complete ' 33c Rack and 8 Fancy Tumblers : Electric Hot Plates 89c Electric Hot Plates $3.49 EXTRA SPECI/.L JTlsclUa Typo Curtains *1.57 $2.29 -pluto with .-.witch California Plastic Compacts 39c Men's • Flannel Pajamas $3.49 Ironing 1 Board Pads 44c Ironing Board Covers 44c Picture Kites Lnrjce size 10c and 15c Sweetheart Facial Soap »••»««•»••»»»•»••«.»•«*•»>•»•«« EXTRA SPECIAL . • •- -• Children's Snow Suits $2.37 $6.08 VMluc. Embroidered Pillow. Cases EXTRA SPECIAL Women's Umbrellas "i- : $2.77 $S.!>X EXTRA SPKCIAI,. Royled^c Paper Shelving Jumbo Thirsty Tea Towels ' 38c • . Roj'ledjrc Paper Edging- 10C — Varied Woiricn'B Waithablc Fast Color Aprons Hair Ribbon Lengths 5 1* . • ..- • -',-' .V; . ' . - : Sun ford's Inks ' 6 for 23c Clothes Pins dozen Music Rolls EXTRA SPECIAL Women's Panties EXTRA SPECIAI. Children's Snow Suits S3.57 Ilogular $11.05 White Paper Napkins; KO In 10c Store Open Friday Night Until 8:30 O'Clock C. MURPHY CO 134-136 CHURCH ; STREET, NAUGATUCK ; •-•..•;.•. .f. "••' . >' -".'s^'.V^ -^ •

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