Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 3, 1947 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, January 3, 1947
Page 7
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Union City Vets Urge Welcome What's Doing Home Fund Be Given To Posts In a li'itci 1 received by Tlir Ninvn. we would lik ( . to venture ono'in bu- i(,,,'hrrt Knslo.slty. comrmiruli'r of i halt' of our club. After 11 IcnKlhy Jin- L'nii'ii City S'l-tcrnn Clul) lit m-n I (lixcussian on the .subject anion iliii: thr S3.MI" fund surplus of tin; | nil me UYlcom<> Horni' ComniiUii Hti-d i>i|iiiilly nniuiiK nl! lh ]jivi>n, \...,i.inr. MI^XI' t,,. usi'il. I'olli'U-.j mbers, wo bnliove the follow- liv- i i,\ K j-< asuotiK llu> only onus u-hioh 'riir.w' | will probably be siuisfaciory to nil i'n"" 1 ::i li-wn. : LMtiri-rtU'd. Thr surpus I'Uiul .should 'liMtrnts "I' tli' 1 l"Ufr, an • hi- equally dividi-d union^c nil tho i . 't.,. rrqu. it n! 1 .Inhii i wti-runs or^»niy.;Hlc-jri.s in town. In cummiltiT oliniriiian, Unit tliis u-;iy prni/Uoally all veterans . MI^XI'*' lidw tin- .-niriilust j will be bunot'iitpil (is ttu>y nil be| lonjf to at li-ast tin* iirittmiKutioil or : y I. I'.MT. i will in the future. In Naugatuck A calendar ol events foi today, tomorrow and every day Mr. C.'liuinuan: t. <•::<!. i"",. ...iJ-'X-'slinitK n.-i ;n the! ,iifti(>sitii»i ul' the Kiir|j|us in tlu> : \V-li-iiMir Ili'iin- Cfli'bralH.a fund ; liffher: Knslnsky, Ctimmnnilr-i 1 . Union City Votoratis Club "MARGIE" GREAT COMEDY NOW AT STRAND THEATER ,,f ra "' pi'i'Npei'ity and btioni m* n;,'0. claims i'rodtir.vr \V'nlt»M Morosru didn't present tn ,iil,,if.-;t>-ri;.-' '.he same I'l-iihlrtr.M thfv luiv tmlay. This ri'iilixjilmn. the tiii.iMMvr i x.'ilaim (I. LEARN PHOTOGRAPHY UNDER EXPERTS Photography can be a profitable career — or a fascinating hobby. Now yOJ can learn the loltsl mothodj, use the moj modern equipment without in tcrferenco with your daytime activities Attend evening classes in this fine school, fou evenings a week. Enrollment in night classes (or Winter Term now being ac cepted. Coeducational. Schoo approved under G. I. Bill ol Rights. Prepare for a Profitable Career Send for Catalog Today PROGRESSIVE SCHOOL OF PHOTOGRAPHY 217 Park St.. Now Haven 11, Conn. Tel, 7-0117 ' lii-tii Ci.>:uury - Fox attempted tc 'li:i!ii sonuviing o.' the tnudcs and :i:nntiLT.s of te.en-ugers for Durryl F SaniK'k's presentation of "Margie.." ihr .sparkling Technicolor comedy- diama whii'h i.s now at the. Strand I '.heater. U'lurt the rcMr.nrch experts did find out was enough to fill a gooc i;r/.eil anthology of humor: instead Morosco who produced the enchanting olctiiro, put most rff the results in "Marjrlo," the hilarious story . which concerns the romances, gaiety a(ul tribulations experienced by flaming youth In the hectic twenties. J Mi's! moviegoers will rcmembei 1 i those h.'ippy days when everybody I played H "like," when sheiks" were woven in raccoon clothing and when, skirts we re .is short us the w:iy of the ijirls wore their i hair. I Tlv researchers also learnnd that i the ehic style of what seems like . the day beforu yesterday was for 1 "Flapper Fanny" to I-OUKC her knees while riding in "tin lixxiua" ' on the way to the local barn to i dance the Charleston, the Black ! Bottom and similar dances of the i wondrous era. i While Lindbergh was making his- i lory Ijy flying uver the AUur.tic to ; Paris, tin- rest of the. folks at home i wore sintrln;; such song's UK "I'll Tonight Baski-thall K a in ..•, Nnu. hi;,'h vs. Ansonia ill Watorbury Armory. Ri'xulJr mcutins. Beacon Valley •III.!). 4 Bnskrtba.ll gam.e. Naueatuck lii^'h vs. Army plebcs at West Point, Ua.skethal! ^iimc. Purple Kniffhts vs. Now Milford Townies. At "Y" COtll'L. Dancn, Beacon Valley Or'jnfro. Jan. (i Drama s;roup, Plnymnkers, St. Michael's Episcopal church. For cotrect information contact your n«af- Naujrntucli Woman's Club maet- t«t VETERANS ADMINISTRATION office. Vi<: Vctifeiyj CHOPPING AROUND PROVES THAT Gl INSURANCE (5 THE BE-ST, BUY Of ALL HANG ON TO YOURS .' Jan. "• Concr,rdi:i Society, annual moet- \nK, Salem Lutheran church hall. Board of warden and burgesses monthly meeting. Jan. 9 Service Club. Sc. -Michael's Epls- cDpal church. Jan. 15 Columbia Rcboku;!i LodRe, meeting. • . I .POOR FISH GET .IITTEItS Oklahoma City, Okla.—(UP)—It is n case of fish versus seaplanes hpi-e. The state fish and /jame com- mi.-'sion h-ivs advised t'h"e city council f-tiit crosp-coun.try seapJanes Racial Prejudices Called Kick-Back Berkeley, Cnl. (UP)— Racial pro- judicc is a mechanism for projecting an individual's character difficulties to others, according to Dr. Elsie Frenkel-Brunswik, psychologist at the UnlvciTsity of California. The prejudiced person almost invariably uses this projection as a means of solving underlying personality difficulties he is unablfi to face. frankly, she declared. Dr. Brunswik Btatfd, "prejudice . , which 'have been usi-ng Lake Her- 1 against colored people, is a projec- ner have made fish in tho lake ner-(tion of instincts such as laziness, vons. The council took the report, dirtiness, and preoccupation with sex which one does not like to admit in oneself." • On the other hand," she point- undo advisement. Bill's Danbury Hatter ]' 07 SOUTH MAIN ST. Win. Miirlano, Prop. Men's Hats Cleaned, Blocked; Factory Methods NK\V HATS FOH SAT.i: Hats Mude to Order p You Tn My Dreams," "Char- maino," "Wonderful One," "Ain't «i )( > s.i.,-.f.t" find "Three O'clock in the Morning." Jeanne Grain stars in "Margie," s the high school pii-l who, though shy, know the score when it came to palpitating romance. Featured in the film are Glenn Lnncan, Lynn Buri. and Alun Young,"Tamed radio and stafro comic. Tho screen play, written by F. Hufirh Herbert, was directed by Honry King 1 . The companion feature now playing at the Strand theater is "Dan- S-rrous Millions." It stars Kent 'Kaylor and Dona Drake. Our Annual NOW IN PROGRESS!! Your opportunity to enjoy substantial saving's on high quality merchandise—the kind you always found here at Freedman'—Take advantage — but choose early. ed out, "prejudice againat Jews is a projection of traits the prejudiced would like to attribute to themselves, but feel the Jewish minority should not have. "Thus it is said Jews have 'too much drive,' are too intelligent.' have 'too much power.' The reason this type of prejudice is directed against Jews," she continued, "in bocavise they arc a minority with a record of achievement." Dr. BruiiKWik's study was based on a que.slionny ire filled out by college women, business men, normal and mentally-ill persons, and prison inmates. Exploding Fireworks Annoy Veterans Ma-lison. K.v. (UP I — A thoughtful Madisonviilc ci'.y council ha--. "-n.'trl/'d ;tn ortjin;) "/'P i-fst riotin^ the salp of fii^woi-ks because of coruplfiintK of World Wai- II vet- nrans. -Mn.vor Dnvicl Pni-ish says the '•mincil rectivocl numerous complaints from vet tTn r,^; who "wiir<' jittery from sorv-icr.? oxi^erienccy," Fii-pworiis may bo so'c] from Dec. 20 to Jun. 2. nnd n-cirn July 2-5 Why Thousands of Doctors Have Prescribed (CAUSED BY COI DS) rEiiT-jssiN must he KOOI-I when tho\i- Biinda o.' Dociors h:ivc proscribed It for so ninny yours. PEIITUSSIN nets tit once '.o rullovc such co\»;!i|i;g. It nctunUy locsuo-s ]>h(c-[;iii n;id rtini^os it oasier to riilse, i'«/c nncl effective for both old *xid youiif, Pleasant tasting, too! OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF COATS Now Choice of our entire stock— None restricted — none held back—Beautiful fur and untrimmed coats — of finest quality, Make your choise at 1-3 OFF regular prices, Excellent Selection of JUVENILE FURNITURE Lowest Prices In Town! BEACON KIDIJIK CENTER 73 GUANTJ STREET IVafcrbiiry FILLED COFFEE CAKES TASTV CRISPY ROLLS CITY BAKERY H. P. STOPPANI, Prop. <rtnrili> Strpct Telephone SB78 ALL SALES FINAL- NO EXCHANGES — NO REFUNDS — 52 BANK STREET, WATERBURY SWO-BANUMSPKI* R *ov« old SCALE. rom radiator! ^'"•jjcfccls andJIf ! c °oling jyslc.-n.Al wrs SCALE 032 NORTH MATN ST. I Union City • Tel. 268S i NACGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), FHIDAY, .IAN. 3. 1047—PAGE 7 Now Going On GIRLS All COATS '/ 3 'J'Xl. TO 27.95 LEGGING SETS .Sl/KS 1 TO (ix 29.95 COATS SIZK.S 7 TO 14 34.95 TEEN COATS anil SHORTIKS 29.95 CHUBBY COATS SIZES 7 TO 14 32.95 CHUBBY COATS TKKNS 10 TO Ifi Off NOW $16. S20. S18. $20. SUITS 19.95 Tweeds and Shetlands Sl/K 1 TO 8 24.95 Tweeds and Shetlands SIXKS T TO Ifi NOW $15 BOYS All COATS % Off M-Xi. TO 19.98 3 PC. LEGGING SETS si/.i-:s i TO H 24.9S si-— i t*» 18.9S OVERCOATS C to 12 24.98 12 TO >B 22.98 FINGERTIP COATS .j SIZKS 14 TO 30 NOW $12. $16. S12. S16. $10. 8.98 24.95 5.98 DRESSES GIRLS' and TEENS' SI/KS 1 TO Jli .S1ZKS T TO 111 SIZES 7 TO M ETON SUITS REG. TO 5.98 8.88 SIZES 2 TO 8 TWEEDS and SOLID COLORS NOW $4. $6. WASH SUITS NOW $10. S3. KKC;. TO 3.98 2.98 2.98 NOW SIZKS S TO H SIXliS i TO S KNIT SUITS 2 TO 7 $150 $150 Kir,*.:. TO 7.98 SKIRTS 100% Wool Plaids and Solid Colors. NOW to Hi PC. HK(i. TX) S.98 SNOW SUITS NOW Poplin or Wool Zipper Cuff Sizes 1 to FUR EAR MUFFS FUR HEADBANDS FUR. MITTENS FUR MUFFS NOW PRICE ]?i-:o. TO 2.98 WOOL HOODS Reg. to 1.98 FELT HATS Reg. to 3.98 LEATHER LINED GLOVES Reg. 1.98 POCKETBOOKS Reg. to 2.98 JACQUARD SWEATERS Reg. 8.98 . $1. $1. si. si. S5. SWEATERS Coat Style and Sleeveless Slip-on Wool Mixtures. ,SIzps 2 to 10. NOW $150 LEATHER HELMETS Reg. 1..98 SKI CAPS Reg. 1.00 RAINCOATS (Soiled) Reg. 7.98 SNO-SUITS, 4 to 10 Reg, to 16.98 FLANNEL SHORTS, 2 to 6 Reg. 1.59 $10. $1. CLEARANCE. .TODDLERS' WEAR REG. TO 10.98 3.25 1.98 COAT, HAT and LEGGING SETS SIZE I ONLY COAT SWEATERS 100^, Wool. Sizes 1 to 3 Cotton Knit Overalls Siisp<>nder Style. SI'/.es 1 to 4 NOW $4. $150 $1. KEfl. TO 2.98 2.50 59c TODDLER DRESSES 1 to S COTTON KNIT SUITS Solids mid Sirtpoi*. l to :t i TRAINING PANTS 1 to 2 Only NOW $150 $150 25c Closed Mondays Starting January 6th 90 South Main St. Waterbury

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