Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 2, 1947 · Page 5
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 5

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, January 2, 1947
Page 5
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). S. Eye Specialist Flying To India On Clinic Job •Topckii. Kan.—(UPl -A proml- j Incnl Knnsas'eye .specialist 1st flylnc hnlf-w'-'y ft/bund the world to perform iH'fll'ly 600 nyr. operations within nix week*. Indcftil of being pi Id tor M* Kfrvlc?s. he will pay Ji tuition Coc for t.'ie expedience. T3r. Pyr"n J. AMhIcy. Topnka ( physician. Is hcndlnft for Qucttii, for the mid-winter "catar.ict SWEPT ASHORE BY TIDAL WAVE STAN KENTON AND lie will F'j-jm ' M l. v ' n Juminrv to mi'i- KfliruAry. be w "' opci'-itu on natives wha s ten in In from nil sides to the Centra! Missionary Hospi- t.i! In Qucltii. ••[ consider myself fortunate to r.i>t thi." assignment." Di 1 . Ashley (aid, addlnfr chat be expects te> profit crcatly from t.hc variety of ctt.iriet operatijis called upon to Th<? Kansas eye disc-so 1st win approved for the job by <f|r llfmy Holland, the hospital director, wrv) IIIIM wiven to (inly a invill number of United St.itca oyr sur(,".'onsi. Dr. Ashley, "'h" served In the .Vni-y durlnK the last, t<;ild '.; wns not known dfllnitnly w.'iy the- IndinnK have .10 ninny but probably is the result of cli- i nialev (Uet nncl heredity. ', Fnw .inch cusof. by cjmpfirlson, I timf 'to liim here, He suld he would prolialily perform more cnt- uraot opciallons at Quntta In the jix-w'fflks period than he will In Topc^kn' ihc rest of .'iln' life. He plnns 10 return ahout March 1. SOlDliRS AND NATIVES in the devastated city of Kainan, Japan, are shown pushing their boats from the street where they were swept ashore by the tidal wave and quaka which recently hit Japan. More than a thousand Japa were killed in this disaster, (.international Soundphoto) f'ATA/.LV A smnll shack lire has paused tho (Irsich ot Kdwai-d Scverns at Windsor. SpVfrnM'M body way fou^cl about . 100 foot from the shack, nnd fire- j mi-n saythnt he hfid fled from the I hinldlnc 'nnrl slid aloii!.' on the ice in an endeavor tfi extinguish hii- \ tlnming clothing. Cause or the tire, i which caused minor damaRn to the ! shnck. has not been determined. ' On The Air Today HIS BAND AT THE STATE, HARTFORD One or !,ho jrro.ilcst jiands today, Starfc Kcnloh and .his "Artistry. In •Rn.-iJijm" Orchestra.- tvitu'tlng.hta i-nm\v flntrlnj; discovery, Juno Christy, will appear In Person to 'Gicllinr the plant stag-e ahow-at tho State Theater, Hartford, Friday, Saturday and Sunday: 'Featured In the band lire 20 of the nation's leading Instrumental stars, .icludinp Vldo Musso on tenor ax. Ray Wctzel on trumpet, Ed- Sn'JYanHki on. bass, Kai Wind-' •nK on trombone, Boots MussulU on "hot" alto sax, and'the piano rtislry of Stan Kenton hlmaclf. Otnn features on his program, his lowest recording hits, "Intermis- •ion Riff," "Rika Jlka Jack!" "It's Pity to Say Goodnight," "Artis- •ry in Eoojrie," as well as "Tam- JiC3. M "Artistry Jumps," "I 'Been Down In Texas," and other record- in,(TN than'have established Kenton's organization as a top-flight band added will be Steve Evun3 14 Men's Wool COATS ' FRONT - - outstanding' comedian; . Marlbcth •Olds, lovely,-;danclnR star, and oth- CI-H. Showing .on ncrnen will be "Gentlemani.J.oc Palooka." • ' There are./Jatc stage ehows Sat- tii'0-i..y and Sunday, starting 1 ' at 10 p. m. . - • "TILL THE CLOUDS ROLL BY" NOW AT THE LOEW POLI Tho outstanding Technicolor musical of the year Is now being shown at tjhc Loew'-s Pali Theater. "Till the Clouds Roll By," the story of the famous composer. IVo less than 16 stars, plus 21 of Jerome Kern's hit songs, arc all rolled into one single lavish production. The now musical, directed by Richard WhorJ. stjry June Allyson, Lucille Bremcr, Judy Garland. Kathrvn Gravson. V;in Heflin, Lena Home, Van Jo'nnson, Tony .Martin. Dinah S':rarc.' li'ranlt Sinatra, Robert Walker. Angela Leans- bury, Virginia O'Brien, Cyd Charisse' nnrt the Wilde Twins in the supporting cast. Robert Walker plays the part of the great composer, Jerome Kern, while Van Heflin, one of Hollywood's finest actors, is.Jarnea Hcs- le-i-, KWn'* music arranger and lifelong friend. Amonff.lTje .song hits In "Till the Clouda Roll By" arc suc,!i Kern melodies as "Ol" Man River," sung by Fr.-inh Sinatra; "The Last Time r Sn-.v Paris" and "They Didn't Bclicvp Me." by Dinah Shore; "Who" and "Sunny," by Judy Garland; "Where Was I Born?" hy Lena Home; "Long Ago *nd Far Away" and 'All the Things You Are," by Kathryn Grayson. and many ma.ny other favorites. Coming soon to the Loow-Poli screen is l.'ie groH hit "/he Razor's Edge" starring Tyrone Power, Gene Ticrney, Anne Baxter, • Clifton Webb, Herbert Mar- sivill and John Payne. Wfitch for j the dale as noon will want to miss jelhc year's greatest hit "The Razor's Edge." NAVGATUCK NBWS (CONN.). 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