Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 8, 1947 · Page 5
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 5

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, January 8, 1947
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T Truman Pledges Full Assistance In March Of Dimes Campaign •die fh,'!'t iiR.'iinNl infantile paralysis' W:IM likoni'd today to thu litfht ttiraiiml "wur, poverty, j,'n:i,'(.l nntl prBJudico" l>.v President Harry S. Truninn in calling upon the Arn( .|.|c;in p«ople to support .the annual March of Dimes, January .in- The (-ill. IKSIUHI by the Pn-sldunt in ri".(f«>nsc to n li.-ttur by Bn.iil O'Connor. President of tho Nation- ill Kcundittifin for infantile Par- jt!v::iN. cli'dti rc'd. "the buttle 1 Is I'lir \ (rreatWay I to rtli«v« sfuffint»t, Invite It's wonderful how a IRtlo Vu-tro-nol up each nostril relieves siuffy transient , .. . congestion. If you need relict tonight, ; "•• 1J1 "-' try 111 Follow directions In packuyc. .'Kin won. It must continue—ir. the research laboratory, in the hospital and In the home—until this dlaotisi! is finally wiped from the facu or the earth." President Truman, in pledging hist fullest cooperation -to thu March of LMmus, announced that he would uroiidciuit tu the nation on the nijrht of January 30, the COth birthday anniversary of Franklin D. j Roosevelt, founder of the National : Foundation. 1 The President in his letter to j Mr. O'Connor said that the chap! u:rs ut' thu Foundation "in fulfilling their pledge that no victim of ! intantile paralysis shall go with! out treatment for want ot funds, ;;l, 1 am sun: inspire >tlie people f thu luition to uinke the 19>17 inarch o.' Dliuux the most success- j ful in th'.' history of your organ- I li.u.ion," | In hin repnrt tn the President j Mr. O'Connor pointer! out that the | tpiclumic of 1U-IG was -the worst in ; the hlstury o!' M-.J Foundation and only • Die j;rcat epidemic Ample Transportation VICKS VATRO HOI 'Slight Accident &2 Today; Cases Nolled In Court Alfhough hit Icgi arc paralyzed from war injuritl, Norman Zillner, former Army lieutenant now studying at the Univer- lity of Californio, needs no assistance in getting about. He lifts the lightweight collapsible wheel choir from hit specially equipped automobile to enter his Berkeley quarters. The 23-year-old veteran is study, ing with financial aid from the Vetcrani Administration. PHILCO Caci-.s of violation of rules of thr- rnad against Francis Kenney, •! It hti street, and Mrs, Emma Yuika. | "'• F-l'trh Htrcot, - WI.TU nolled by • .rudfji! Martin Caine in boVough j "r.urt tliis morning. j Thi; ca:H'M rc.inltrd from an acci- , :!<':i[ that ciceuiTfd when curs driv- J i-n by Mr. Kenney and Mrs. Yullta I si(!(.'.swipi;cl on IJijfh street .about JY:.'!Oii. in. today. D;:mag(> resulting in thu two cnra was estimated at S"iO to $GO by Patrolman Harris Uurlce who investigated. JUlrnor Horn, IS. 27 Church street, wus granted a discharge on a I branch of peace charge. 1 7Silwarcl Matthews, Milford, for- foitnil .-i $20 bond on a charge of viuliitlon oil rules of the road. Completes Studies At School Of Air Instruments Thomas E. Palmieri, son of Mr, •ni.l Mrs. Frunk T. Palminri, 87 i Coon street, has received h i e ' diploma from the American School jf Aircraft Instruments, Los Anp/eles, Calif., It was learned today. Mr. P.tlmlei'i has accepted a . poskion with a Glondali>, Calif., j •ilrcraft factory. i A vetcian of 3(1 months' service i u'ith the Army, ftir corps during World War II, Mr. Palmieri de aided to turn his'war time traln- K to advantage. He enrolled in the I..QS An.treles insti.tution last •sprinp; to further his knowledge of aircraft instruments. Ho was graduated with the degree of Master instrument Tnchnician. Connecticut Trooper Can Preach Sermon And Make Pies Connecticut boasts oi'" something different Jn the:way of State Police — a two-fined cop who preaches a. fine sermon' an<l turns out. pie with crust us light'as an old maid's kiss, reports a detec- uvc magazine. Before he gained fame In the pulpit and kitchen, soft-spoken, blond Albert Henry Kimba.ll wut, u familiar and feared figure to the underworld of the Nutmeg State. O.i one occasion he single-handedly rounded up half a dozen hoodlums. One night he actually out- Bo;jnrtod Humphrey, the toughest cop on film, by running a couple of fi.r thieves off the highway, whacking their -heads together, and disarming them. It all began one snowy Sunday v/hnn the commander of the' State Police sub-station in Stafford Springs was summoned to thi- pnoiu:. At the other end of the line was Mrs. Chiyton Small, wife of a local minister, with a strange request. "Will you please send someone over to preach a. sermon?" she asked, "My husband is ill," So, much to nis dismay,. Kimball was ordered 10 patrol to the Methodist Church and take ovur the pulpit. Though it was his first, it took so well that the Robbed of $435,800 Chickenpox Leading Disease In State During Past Week NALGATIJCK NEWS CCONN.), WEDNESDAY, JAN. n, t9ti—r\OK » Invention Lessens Railway Hazards safely device end* ,1 railroader's. fcreBtCRt peril *nd may nave many 'liven: It • hiui •rounft'd widespi-ejd interest among railroad officials. The automatic, W i|| automatic-pipe connector hook-up nil- ateun ind air „. . , . ., Cleveland—(UP>— An Chickenpox cases increased from I . . —- --. JIG to ICO during, the period end-1 f"* con)n <f or lhat *'» eliminate ' pi p e8 on ihe iraln when the 'the need for a railroad mm to | neers simply pushci « button trooper was invited tor a return V, M. C. A. J{\;rOKTS GROWTH Chicago (UP)—Total membership in thn YounK Men's Christian An- sotiation has reached 1,411,341, an increase of nearly nine per cent aviM' the lust recorded, total G.en- i.'ral Secretary Frank A. Hathaway reported. • Tel. Mttl •ll.'t No. .Main St. Union Oily Stnjv Open Friday Cnlll !) O'Clwls 1 Tin; world's proved 'Petroleum rc- i -;f.--.-ves total.approximately SO billion • bu'.I'f.-lfi of which more than 20 billion barrols nru in the United ' Stn.: us. NO OTHER COFFEE GIVES YOU mr.... No oilier coffee offers more flavor than A&P Coffee . . . because A&P Coffee is (told in tlie whole, fre«h bean...then Custom Ground exuctJj right for your own coffeepot when you buy. And there's a bleud to suit your tiit)te...mild, medium or strong. So it's easy to sec why A&P Coffee in America's most popular coffee, by luiJlioii* of pounds! FOR ram You needn't pay high prices to enjoy line coffee! You can't buy finer foffoe in any package at any price limn AJ4P Coffee. Compare price* now, No other coffee offers you more for your money! New Organization Plans Convention In New Haven NVw Haven, Deo. K —Connecticut j '--i)i bo amorrr tbet first of 21 states to have a chapter of the newlv formed • Progressvie Citizens of America, it wus announced .today. l \ statewide convention will be held lanuary 26 in New Haven to Intmch 'ho now organization, which will, to •:mtp the national pr-jrram. "enlist millions of people in year-round action on national.- state and local :.vsue;;." The national organization•.•as formr-d Decumbor 29 in New York at a convention of the Nu- ionul Citizens Political Action Com-, initteo. the Independent Citizens Committee of Ihe Arts, Sciences and Professions, and other indo ' uundont jjoliticul organizations. In' annoui-.cin^r the plans for n -tutc convention, Professors J. Alien HicUersor. and Thomas 1. Emorson, chairman of the Connecticut independent Citizens Committee and the Connecticut Citi:;en.s P.A.O, released the followint r statement, "Wo plan to create a broad . u:nical or^iiiiiualion for tr.e liberal I noonlu of Connecticut. The organ- j ix.ition will be an independent us- '• sociation of piosrcssivc minded j people .who take n sincere lntcres-1. in good government and proirres- | sive politics." j 'i'liu- .Convention Committee in- j c.'udcs liick Fisher, Mew Haven; | Dr. Jack Fishman, New Havun; j Robert Luce, New Haven, Mrs. Na- i Commenting' on .this evidence, of. the versatility of "Commissioner Ejward J.'. Mickey's Kioto Police, a writer in a Hartford paur closed with the challenge: "Commissioner, con you bake a cherry pie?" Commissioner .Hickey coTMTTi't, but Kimball could and did, and the editors of the Hartford paper wore delighted to eat crow — in the form of the trooper's pastry. Then tho Governor himse.'f dropped a veiled '. hint that hr was partial to blue- ' berry pic. Now Ii:'c for Kimball is just one pie :ifti?r another, as the requests from the 'State's notables come in, especially since his wife Has ordered him to take ovur the household rolling pin division. Population Increase Predicted For N. Y. Ni-w York (MP>— New York's' Copulation in 19 r O will be 8,145,000, an increase of 690.000 over the 1940 census 'figures, it was Indicator! in a nonulation frrowtb survey. By 1970 the population will have increased another 400.000 to 8.5S5,- 1 on. and will level off thereafter, a survey of the Consolidated Edison Company predicted. ^.in MaJJtin, New Haven, Miss Rebecca .Calechman. Now Hnven- Ae- Morinv. Grimnwjsh; Mrs. Charlotte" Peters, New Haven; and Al- 'an Twichtli, New Haven. Our Dh Now Term Opens Jan. 2, 1947 COURSES FOB Xerrehiry, Typist, Clerk Comp- tom«ti!r Operator is Accountant THE PEREY SCHOOL Iruwn HldK. Wittrrhlir.' WHITE JERSEY COTTON DIAPERS $3.39 dozen STORK 14 SPUING STREET FROZEN BREAD and PIE DOUGH FOR SALE I'ATTY SHELLS TO ORDKR CITY BAKERY B. P. STOPPANI, Prop. Street Telephone 8678 SHOP HERE AND SAVE! • CRIBS • CARRIAGES e HIGH CHAIRS • ROCKERS • PLAY YARDS • TAYLOR TOTS BENSON'S KIDDIE SHOP 130 SOUTH MAIN ST. VVatcrliury FOR RENT BY THE DAY FLOOR SANDING MACHINE EDOER FLOOR WAXER -o Reasonable Rates Union City Hardware 38+ N. MAIN ST. Union City M. Rutklowlcli, Prop. W. J. .Stokes, larnoncia marifiuj far color, uf Lu {id* /yo WILLIAM SCHPERO 180 CHURCH ST. Naugatui'k. Conn. Gorman - Rupp World's Lightest. Self Priming Centrifugal Pump "The Midget" Welehs 60 Ihs. Pumps 5,000 gallons •ater an hour, at total head of 2(1 •et, including 5 foot suction lift. 882 WORTH MA£N ST. Onion City - Tel. W»8S •;' WITH CONSIDERABLE nonchalance, Mrs. Lucir;nne Benitez Rcxach pours herself a glass of champagne .in her Versailles Hotel suite after . discovering that $435,800 in cash •and jewels hud been stolen from ' her. Mrs. Re.xach.'who left stage to marry 8 Puerto Rican nightclub .osvner in 1928, isona six-week visit in France with her wealthy hus- .:band. {.International Kadiouhoto) i. ,cycl««, (.hi'ce-wlieeled vehicles now. used chiefly as a. child's toy, were introduced in 1870. Inp January 4, '-accordiriR to the weekly summary of reporta'ble diseases compiled each Monday by U:e Connecticut State Department of Health, This was the most 'prevalent )-eporta.blc' disease within the state during the past; seven days. Scarlet fever, German measles, mumps and gonorrhea ulso in- croased during the same period. Scarlet fever cases increased from 23 to 26, German measles from four to 10, cases of mumps from 03 to SO and those of Gonorrhea from 11 10 13 cases. At the same time, whoopinp ooufrh cases dropped from 11 to J.O, measles cases from US to 84,' lobar pneumonia cases from 30 to 29, and those of broncho pneumonia from 37 to 24, Syphilis cases also declined from 37 to 34, polio- myelitia c.ises from one to none and diphtheria case's from one to none. | No cases of meningitis, or typhoid fever were reported within Connecticut foe the third consecutive week.- Tunisia had an Italian population of 9-1,289, as compared with 108,038 Frenchmen in the census of 1938. Population of the whole country was 2,898,000. crawl between car.* and connect; air and stenm pipes has been in- j vented by Charles Lockhart, 75. J year-aid Cleveland inventor. In the locomotive cab. Lockhart, an authority on locomotives and air brakes, ha* been in railroading *!nc« 1895. •'TO TEACH IS OUR JOB We Have a Piace for You In 1947 Academic Year Begins February 5 Day Division offers complclc coin-scs of .snivels iji Li bora] Art amii Business on a full-lime study basis. Night Courses two ovoninj-'s ,-i \v«-ok for students who want to learn as they earn. Our staff is prepared to discuss your problem and help you plan your program. We phu-e our experience in c'diKMfion at your'service. Men and Women V. A. Approved White — 'Phone — Come In The JUNIOR COLLEGE of COMMERCE 8-7003 389 Whitney Avenue New Haven 11, Conn. S A L E SAL A L E Starts Tomorrow 9:30 Curtains and Draperies .Second Floor CHINTZ DRAPERIES. Ruffled, yds. lone 38x3'/i $5.98 COTTON ROUGHTE.V DRAPERIES. Decorative colors. :«Jx2'/:: fljfr fjf ' yds. long. Reg. $7.98 «6D.|D S.4ILCLOTH DRAPERIES. 36x2'/; yds. lonff. mr* fjf RCK. S8.08 ."."..- ', «JO» I O I'OPr-IX DRAPERIES. 38x2'/> &£ rjf yds long. Ueu. $9.98 3)O» I D RtJFFLE PIN-DOT CURTAINS. White dot, pastel sroiimls. Zy, yds. (PQ OQ long. RCR. 5.08 3)O.c/O WHITE RUFFLE CURTAIN. Pastel pin dot. 2!4 yds. long-. ^J»Q f^Q Re»r. $4.98 «DO.«/O Cotton Chenille Rugs Downstairs Floor HOOKED RLG.S. Hand loomed, oval and Bed Pillows ^ * «64. Poster .00 Marquisette $2.98 WHITE RUFFLE CURTAIN. 'cushion dot. . Reg-. $2,!)8 TAILORED C L;it T A I N." with figure. 30x-2i/. yds. . long, Re ff , $S.6» TAILORED PIN-DOT MARQUISETTE. With fifi-nrc. 36x2 yds. lonjr, Reg. S3.19 TAILORED SHADOW MET. Plain net fcillored style. rttfy *Q Re(f. ¥3.98 ( Jb^.4t7 COTTON MARQUISETTE. Plain colton, ,'W.v2 j'd.x. lon^. fl>-| QO IlCR. S2.98 U>1..«7O COTTAGR SETS. Printed voile white sash. Many patterns. KKK. SI.-I9 MEXICAN niNKTTKR. in. lonp. Reg. $1..|<) RUFl-'I-ED ORGANDY CURTAINS. IVr- miinont finish, very wide, flfl (p t Af\ TLAIN MAROUISKTTK RIJF- FJ.K CIJIITAIN. 90 liioln's loii^. Color: I vory. *3.98 Size: 24"x48" Reg. *3.88 Size: 30"xOO" Beg. $8.98 COTTON SHAG RUGS. Nationally advertised "Charm Tred" scatter rugs. ' Size: 24"x36" Reg. S4.98 Size: 24"x48" Re*. $7.98 CHENILLE RUGS. Fluffy 'Beauty Tred' rugs. Size 80"x54" &A t Reg. $8.98 d)4.i CHENILLE RUGS. Large size oval rugs. Embossed florals. Reg. $10.98 BATH MAT SKTS. Floral • print rugs with matching lids by Callaway. Rog. $5.98 BATH MAT SETS. Tufted floral cnsom- ble. Reg. £»•• fyf All pillowH have stripe or. figure ticking cover. All are 21x27 Klze. White Goose Feathers. fl»o f\f\ Keg, $11.00 pair Pair 3>O.UU 100% Goose Fealhcrn. Kvg, te.49 each Each $5.00 50% White Goose. 50% Duck Feathers. ,r-. m : 98palr $11.00 Gooiie Feothem. Reg. $6.00 Pair 29% Down, 75% $6.98 pair Pair &f\ 3>O. 40% Down, 60% Feathers. Beg. »9.98 each ... Each J»% Down, 65% Feather*. Reg: 117.08 ea Chicken Feathers, Nationally •dvertlwcd "Imperial" pillow. Larje. slie. Reg. $3,98 pair. ...Pair $8.00 $5.00 BATH MAT SETS. Small size -chenille rug and matching lid. QQ*» Reg. S2.49 ............ '. ..... OJ/C top, $2.98 Tops only. «8 $2.49 Special Select lonn of Cottage Sets Mnrqulscltcs, voiles, velveruy figures, wide assortment of col- <PO ACk ors. Rog, to .S5.9S «54.nH/ Single puirs, 'odd lots of curtains and drapes, remnants of druper.v- fabrics. Drastically reduced. Blankets Comforters — Spreads Second Floor WOOL FILLED COMFORTERS. Large size. Selection of colors and tfjr? QO patterns. Reg. S!).98 ....S;il«> 3) I .»/CJ " . atQ QQ t&O.S/O PATCHWORK QUILTS. Full si/.e. New pattern. . Rcjf. $10.98 , CHKNIILE BEDSPRKAUS. Full sizt?. White with color design. Rt'B. $11.98 100'/o VIRGIN WOOL BLANKETS. Famous nuiuuH us CilATiLiVM, FAKIBO, AftlERlCAN \JGOL, NASHUA. All Reg. to $15.98 $10.50 CHATHAM MARLEY. 50% wool. 72x8*. Selection of colors, fl?K O£? Reg. $8,95 .• *9t>.»7O CHATHAM SUTTON. 72x84. Part wool. Selection of colors. Reg, $5,95 RAYON AND COTTON BEDSPREADS. Tailored style, single and double sizes. Reg. $7.98 ... CIIIN.TZ BEDROOM ENSEMBLES. Wide choice of patterns. Single and double spreads. Ruffle draperies to •* match. Large skirt. Spreads (£1 O ft A Reg-. $18.00 tJ7-L<£.UU Drapes Reg. $10.00 Skirt RCR;, $ 8,00 VANITY SKIRTS. In ginghum, cham- hrnv, glo.^hcon, chintz, .taffeta satin. Reg. to . $O QQ ""^ $8.98 ti7^.«7O up CHENILLE PLAJD DESIGN SPREAD. White, with color tufting. Full and twin sizes. d>-| rt QO Reg. $15.98 tDXAl.J/O (J»/J QO «BO.»7O Shower Curtain :.' Ensembles Dowiutairit Floor SHOWER ENSEMBLES, Three Herod tufted plastic shower curtain and matching window drape. d*Q f\Q Reg. $17.98 set Set. 3>I/.»/O SHOWER ENSEMBLES. Shower Curtains and matching window drapes by "Koroseal". Acetate rayon and Wam- sutta percale. Reg. <p/» ff\ $12.98 set Set 3>D.DU SHOWER ENSEMBLES "Textron" water-repellent taffeta shower curtain and matching window drapes. "Fern" and "Wild Rose" patterns (J»-| -| QSk Rep. $15.00 set Set «BJ.J-.»/U SHOWER ENSEMBLES. Figured plastic ensemble by "Para." d»y| QO- Reg. $11.98 sot Set «B4:.»/O SHOWER ENSEMBLES. Water repellent cclanesc rayon. Solid <P * QO colors. Rec. $10.98 set .. Set 3>^t.«/O SHOWER ENSEMBLES. Plastic coated fabric shower curtain and matching window drape. GJO OQ $9.98 set Set 3>^.»7O SHOWER CURTAINS. Figured plastic or solid color cclanese. (5*f\ Af\ Ret. $5.98 WIVDOW DRAPES. Printed plastic. Reg. $M9 <£ 7 Aft «9 / .UU S 5.00 Pillow Cases Anchor" Nashua's "Dwlght Sl7.e 42x30 65c Linens — Domestics TABLE CLOTHS. Fine washable cotton. l*arg<> selection of color* Mid QQ*» designs. Slxe: 50x80. Reg, *1.W) */OC TABLE CLOTHS. Sturdy washable table covers. Size: Mx72. (]»-| j£| Reg. *2.88 tP4->4«f BRIDGE SETS. Rayon and cotton cloth with four macthing napkins, fljrt OQ Reg. $5.79 «&£*«7O BRIDGE SETS. Printed cloth wllh matching napkin* by Bu- <J»-| OQ cilia. Beg. $2.29 «DJ..^«I LUNCHEON SETS. Attractive washable homespuns. Selection of colors. Size: 54x54 with tour nap- fl»,| QQ kins. Kvg. S7.98 tD'i.SfO Size: 54x73 with six napkins. d»/» g\Q Rog. $1.98 «>O.«/O COCKTAIL NAPKINS. Spun rayon peti- point prim. Set of eight. QQ«* Reg. Sflc . ..'. OtfC SLIP COVERS. Knitted divan coven. Regular size. dJ/l QQ Keg. $11.98 J94.I/O SLIP COVERS. Cretonne chair covers. Many styles. CC QQ Reg. $0.98 U>U»«/O STUDIO COUCH COVERS. Fine quality printed cretonne. flJT QQ Reg. J15.98 «D I mVO MAPLE AR.M CHAIR COVERS. Cretonne prints, d»rt QQ Rcc. $3.98 «P«**«/O CBLU-SUEDE PAPER DRAPES. W«sh- alijc and flameproof. Selection of 2 design* and S colors. . tf "I /1Q Reg. $i.oB wL.rK/ PLASTIC MATERIAL. Heavy quality. Suitable for shower curtains, window rnrtalnft, aprons, etc. Reg. »8c 92 Bank Street Waterbury, Conn.

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