Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on September 28, 1944 · Page 2
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Pag'c Two NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1944 Naugatuck Group To Take Part In Sing At Hartford I.,i-r>:i Corliss, director nf music in liuKtl nub'.ic schools, announced (.his morning rhtit n group of 20 or .•in Naugatuck high .school students will participate in tho slngt'est at JUishndl Memorial in Hartford, Oe'.obcr "~. which will be tin- musi- ivil tVutui'i 1 of the' annual convention of the Statf Teachers associa- lii'i, I'.ruups frum -'•.'. cities am! towns in thf stall.' will tiilir part with n ti.tal '>:' iipprnximutoly 275 voices iiiini-i 1 tin- i;ui(lence nf Noble Cain, wi'll-ktmwn comijosor and conductor. ' '."'ii- -singer* will include aes'i'i'al of Mi. Cain's coa'.positions. Mr. Cui'lUt \\ill announce tho names <\f :li":ir who will niako the trip soon. MOMK AUA.1.N H:i i •'. ford. Si'pt. -S •-( L'P> •-Thivn !'!;•<•:.•• from the Greater Hartford ai'...i an- hack in this country af- ti>r lM'in_' ln-ld pri:'ja<-t's of war in i:<i!iianla. '"hi-y arc Staff Sorguant i'. It. Wulli'iiliCl'g of !'":imiifiiftor:: Staff Surgi-ant Adulph .1. DiMlnno n|' Xi-w Britain, and Captain Thco- ilor-i- A. Statili'V, also of Ntrw Britain. All I hive "landed in Now York last nighl. Cotton Hollow Vlionc 5JI32 Two Tendered Farewell At Dinner Party At Sullivan's A dinner party was tendered Mrs. Susan Gugllotti, and Shirley Weaving, an employe of the Bristol Co.. at Sullivan's inn Tuesday evening, .Mrs. Gugliotli is joining her husband, who is with an Army unit in Alabama. Miss Weaving will leave for service in the Waves i" tho near future. Eo'.h guests ni' honor received gifts and a purse. Among tho.se attending were: K, \Vh:-.n, I'". Durr. W. Shatiis. D. Oeiucke. R. Lancnstor, R. Carroll, &:. Churchill. C. jyioretise. K. Ash- buugh, K. Donlon. U Pichard, H. Sti't'itct; T", Whan. H. Accent. A. lialrd. 'A. tosa. A. Price, M. Reilly, M, Snndin. J. limmett. George cith, V,'. Kiu'ioth. J. Thulin, C. Tochon, W. Smith, W. Stahl, J. N'ardolich. J. Murphy. K. Abraham, J. Russell. S. Sugliotti, J, Koval, D, Candoo. K, Kraun, M, Koban, W. Nicholson, C. Perol, A. Noble S. Weaving. J, Osborti and W. \Viurdo. I:.I;Y AVAKHONDS AXO STAMPS 156 Church St. 21 MAIN ST. ATKIIHITRY 1 So. Main St. 45 W, Main St. 3Cs Foi-han's TOOTH PASTE 39' Safe Antiseptic 23c 47c 79c MODESS Economy Size 56 89 OVERSEAS MAILING CARTONS Far Ma/lto,T Overseas Gifts! j f or Military Gift Items! CHECK OUR MANY SPECIALS FOR OVERSEAS MAILING MIDOL end forget iho calendar t Guard Your Dental HealthI DR.WBT'S Mirade- Jult 'fXTON" brand bristling 'Scaled in gloss Money Hog. SBc SHOE SHINE KITS 69 SI. 19 HIND'S Honey and Almond Lotion. Reg. $1.00 NOW— 59 SOAP DISH Rog. 50c Ttogular JOc LUNCH BOXES TAMPAX FOR SANITARY IM07ICTION t(m«li Rectal Soreness Got Relief New Easy Way — Sit In Comfort rrotnrmon Kcctnl is « quick, dependable rollcvcr of Itchinit, pninfi;! ructnl norcncsi - nymptomn which may rUi'o uccomli.'viiy 5»al und !icmc.rrholjn. IlrinBil Boothlnn mnso oC comfort upon contnct, formn pro- icctinR film over flora nrcn. helps tlustroj InCcc'iaiiii ccrms, nid N.-i'.uro hcnl up ruw, srokcn tlsKuca. No oil — no ici'ca»a to ntair :lothlnK. Sold on mono' bnck fuornnto: Set this modern relict today . . . nuK t°< PROLARMON RECTAL is Shower Sprays 75c Doar.'s KIDNEY PILLS 50 Palm Olive SOAP 6° Dike Regular 65c PLAYING CARDS Now 39' LAROK Economy S>z* 73 ADHKSIVC BANDAGES lor only 39* -AID Shippers In New England Warned Against Let-Down Boston, Sept, ' 28—(U P)—New England shippers and receivers have b«en warned that any further lot-clown in clllcicncy will spell dis- natur for the region. General Chairman William H. Dny of the New England Shippers Advisory Board told the organization's! fall mooting that the railroad's fine wartime record may be ruined unless the region's .shippers jind receivers disregard the brightening war news -and Ret down to work. Day reminded the 500 transportation olliciais at the meeting that the coming of winter will 'bring transportation dilllcultics that may tax New England's strained railroad facilities to the breaking point. General Secretary Frank J. Gil of the board reported \ that the region's railroads expect that their heaviest freight decrease during the linal quarter 01' 10-1-1 will be in potatoes. Gil said that the reduction would amount to between 35 and -10 per cent. The decrease would stem from a fall in Maine production. At the same time, Gill predicted a decrease in several other commodities. District Manager Louis M. Ross said that the railroads have moved' 7,000 more fbns or anthracite into Now England in the first 39 weeks of this year than they did during: Iho cnrresponding period last year. And fewer tank cars loaded with petroleum products moved into England this year than in Jewish Services "At War Front Beacon Falls CorrcHjioridiait'N Mionie 4.HM Voters To Be Sworn In Salurday In Beacon Falls Now :i 9-1-1. Churchill Reviews The War Situation (Continued (rom Page 1) As for Russia, the prime minister told Commons th.it she is holding and beating.far larger hostile forces than those facing the Allies on the western front. Tn connection with the war against Japan. Churchill says the campaign under the command of Admiral Lord Louis Mounlbalten constitutes the largest ant! most important ground fighting that has yet taken place against the Japanese. Churchill says that the Allies must expect a renewal of the Jap offensive as soon as the monsoon is over, but he assures Commons that every preparation is boiag made to mnot the enemy with utmost vigor. The prime minister drew cheers and laughter from n packed Commons by declaring—"I can assure tho House that the war against the Japanese and other diseases of the jungle .will bo pressed forward with the utmost energy.'" Churchill, however, admits that a very hard job still stands before the Allies in Italy. He says, though. J that from i-.ow on conditions will.! be more favorable for tho ciestruc- : ci'jn or rout of the rem.iininfr Ger- r.ums there, Churchill completed that part of his speech dealing- with the military situation during tho morning sesion of Commons. He will resume his address during tho afternoon session, presumably on the political aspects. A SPECIAL SERVICE FOR OUR OVERSEAS FORCES! PIER FONT'S WILL INSURE AND MAIL PURCHASES TO BE SENT OVERSEAS. PIERPONT'S AnuTtirnn tiv 1,11)' DA\IC ,S oriel j- Buckmiller Funeral Home 22 PARK PLACE Telephone 4334 GALVANIZED ASH CANS 3.60 to $ 6.OO NAUGATUCK HARDWARE >'EABY BUILDING Tel. 5212 Within siglit. ami sound-of an artillery barhigi; being laid against the Gothic TJni! In Italy, Jewish troops of tin; U. S. .Ttli Army hold VOID Kippur and Jtosh IfHslionuii sorvicus. Conrliicting tliom is Cap!;. Ixroi'l J. Kav.is, foriiKTly of Titnipli; Israol, Wilkus Barn- Ta. N'oto iiii;iiilx:rs of iho eholr with jirnynp Khnwls Jrapvd over imifurms. (ln(i:riiatioiial) A'meeting "of-selectmen, registrars of voters, and t6wn clerk will Ijn held Saturday, September 30. for the swearing in of voters in the. town of _Bcacon Falls, it was announced this morning. Anyone'legally qualified, and anyone who has taken up residence in Beacon Falls is eligible to be sworn in. .The -group will meet from 1 to 3 p. m. On Monday, town elections will be held, at the town hall. The polls will remain open from G a. m. lo G p. m. Voters sworn in . Saturday will be eligible to vote. The annual town meeting will be held at the town hall at. 8 p. m., l October 0. The town report will be j heni-d, and action taken on the ; maintenance of roa,ds. schools and I/lighting. Garbage .disposal will be j retained. Appropriations for the j library and rent for hydrants will ulso be made, it was reported. Waterburian €cts Stay In Boro Court Merle Blanch.-ird. 23, of J.08 Rfl.il- Hill street, Waicrbury,- was arrosted lust niffht by J3»w»» City police »nd turned over lo IMnjR.a- tuek. police in custody of S«t. Richard Ostrom. He was booked on a charge of evading responsIbi/Hy after ;in ;jcc!d':nl earlier la He was granted continuance In borough, court tnln morning u October^ 7. According to tto < "" he nClIetfcUly' drbVe'lnto car on North Main itrect, .^ while leaving the iicene of'thc'MM. dent,, bin liceniic numb*r WM oi. mined by A. pnjwwrby. Pollet «*» abl« to trace the c»r from H tip. ** Blanchard, police «ald, *<Iiiiltt«« that, he did not know 'h«> h*4 (j. the eat. He explained thu y^ dea.lh of hid daughter, and ^ burial yoBtcrdny.Tnid uput himi^ much, he wan not aware of it mishap. . . NEW IDEAS IN FILMS SHOWN IN LOEW LEAD ON FRI. A brand now idea in showmau- ship has boon launched in "Andrew Stone's "Sensations of 13'ld," nuw musical arriving at '.he T-oew Poii thentur Friday through United Artists release. A comudy which miirgos '..ho culorful entertainment of the circus and vaudeville stagfi with thu humor of :;m;u't musical comedy, "Sensations of 19-I.V brings to the screen sonic of thr: greatest acts in the whole realm of entertainment. With tap dancing Elc.inor Powell stai'ring 1 as a quick - thinking pruss agent, the cast of "Sensations' 1 includes such favorites as Dennis O'Keefe, W. C. Fluids, C. Audrey Smith, Sophie Tucker. Eugor.c J?allctte, David Liichine .and Mimi Forsythc in, important supporting roles, Music is provided by the hot bands of Woody Herman and Cab Galloway. Tho botter-than-usua.1 plot involves the stunts and hot copy ideas of Kleanor Powell as a publicist with an uguncy to put back on its fi:nt. She 'take? over the management of an office •run by Eugene Pallette and proceeds to run it according lo the dicUitos of hur own conscience—over the objections of "Junior" (O'Kccfo.>. Miss Powell's stunts range from getting hcrsolf shot at. to arranging a wiro walking act over the 1 Royal Gorge in Colorado, to get- Li.'ig herself tossed in the clink for blocking traffic at Times Snu.'.i.re, New York, with a publicity stunt. Tho co-hit on this hit musical pivjgram is "Falcon in Mexico," with Tom Conw.'iy. Ends tonight, "Waterloo Bridge" wilh Vivien Leigh and Robert Taylor, phis second hie, "Strangers In Thu Night." wilh William Terry. FRANKIE CARLE TO OPEN FRIDAY AT THE STATE AxM:KHnrs to Me'lt Tho board of assessors will meet every Saturday during the month of October at Town hall from 10 a. m, to 5 p. m. The group will also meet Wednesday, November 1. During these sessions, the board will receive lists of assessments of the value of property in Beacon Falls. '.'.."' Assessors are Milton C.irringlon, Christian Hciss, and William D. Gallagher. r.iuivcw For Navy •John Eaukat, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Eaukat of Felspar avenue left this morning: to report for duly with the U, S. Navy at Samoson Naval Training center. N. Y. JOHN THIBODEAU Specialist in Child Photographs Announces The FORMAL OPENING OF 1 NAUGATUCK'S OWN STUDIO OF FINE PHOTOGRAPHS MONDAY, OCT. 2,1944 Frankio Carle, wizard of Iho pinno, whoso "Golden "'ouch" has ] thrilled millions during iho yours J-'rankic was featured with. Horace RL'ic.'t. .-ippa.irs In Person Tviih his piano and his own greut hand at ihi: State Theater. Hartfvjrt!, starting Friday. Composer of svich song hii.s as "Sunriso Serenade," "Lover's! Lullaby" and 'Falling Loaves." Frankio introduces his newest. '• cnmposition, "Moonlight Whispers" during this engngumont. Feature.d with the Carle band are the voices of lovely Phyllis Lynno, Loo Columbo and Frank.'c's newest discovery. Paul Allon. AUJJ- Hi.'re On Ixui-vn PO 2-c Michne! Kryzinski, of Fels- par avenue, is spending a nine-day leave wilh his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kryzinski. The local sailor is stationed in Norfolk, Va. ray, "Newest Comedy Sensation"; Oliii; O'Toole, "America's Outstanding Impnissionisi"; Bobby Long. "Tho Surprise Package" and others. On tile screen wiH be "Dixie Jamboree" with .Frances Langfovd, Guv Kibbec a.nd Eddie Quillan New York City's budget is larg- _ mcniing the stage bill are Jan Mur- i er than thai of any stale. 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