Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 24, 1947 · Page 3
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T r,\OE B—XAVGATfCK NEWS (CONN.). FRIDAY. JAN. 24, 1047 What Our Geajert Jhfok Skatinicr Fan Urges Use Of Welcome Home Surplus For Year-Round Skating Rink January 21, 19'I7. On.' to the fact thon- iM a sur- .,1ns of era' money left over from the' "Wcleornt 1 Homo Day Celebration" » ntl suKjre«tlon8 have been asUoil a.t how to b«s(. tll.spo.if; of this mom 1 }. I liiivr only this to say— U'hiit' chi* loivn really ncutls In a [vi.-riiatlon center Tor both young und old. Tiiuy really need -<omc kind df winter and summer wportu here, vvtii'i-c one docs not have to walk niilfH Hi Ki't t" " ntl pn-y outriiKCous prlci'S td enter. Why not put In a Join the MARCH OF DIMES! ! J. K. STORES CUT IIATK, T.IQL'OUM, WINKS, BKKIl.S Fri'i- Iirllvory An.vwln.irc In UoroiiKh !% No, Main St. To), centrally located skating rink which could be used both winter and summer, and. by doing .ao 'solve Uie problem of kids .wondering what to do for recreation, besides stand on street corners. It is n sport which everyone enjoys,, and both young and old could take part in it. Almost every town has these rinks and once constructed are not too expensive to keep up. Of courwo this will no doubt be read and lauphcd at—and nothing more done about It but if action was really taken and some kind of recreation center set up, everyone, including ex-G.I.'.s would really en- Joy It. There seems to be no recreation In tills town but work unil more work. ''A Skating Fn:i." PROJECTS ABANDONED Hartford, Jan. 24—CUP)—Nineteen non-housing projects, which | would have coat nearly $2,000,000, ; have beun abancloned"in Connecticut. That's a report made today by District Manager Bruce S. MacMil- li.'in of the Civil Production Administration. BLESSES 'MARCH OF DIMES' GIRL JOE'S MARKET 123 CHERRY ST. TEL. 5679 (Free Delivery) WEED-END SPECIALS!! CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS 59c Ib. HOME-MADE ITALIAN SAUSAGE 59c Ib. FRESH GROUND PURE BEEF 45c Ib. POT ROAST, Bone In 49c Ib. DOLE'S PINEAPPLE JUICE, No. 2 can 17c CAMPBELL'S VEGETABLE SOUP ...2 cans 25c FRANCO-AMERICAN SPAGHETTI 2 cans 29c DEL MAIZE NIBLET CORN ..;......... .15c can POSTER GIRL for the 1947 "March of Dimes" drive, ~Nancy Drury kisses the ring of Francis Cardinal Spcllman after attending Mass at- St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York. Nancy, a polio victim, is now almost completely recovered from the dread disease. (International) ALL BRANDS OF CIGARETS BY CARTON S1.73 TENDERLEAF TEA BALLS, 48 in box 47c LARGE JUICE ORANGES 39c dozen — Open Sundays 9 to 1 P. M. Complete Line of Groceries and Fresh Fruit Old-time Tourists Carried Fire Ropes Seattle —(UP)— December's disastrous hotel tiros in Atlanta and Saskatoon, Canada, prompted Clarence W. Johnson, Seattle, to reminisce about the "#oocl old clays'-' when travelers took individual precautions about hotels going up in .smoke, Johnson, a traveling salesman for many ye-.u-s, said seasoned tourists in the past always carried their own rope^ in case of emergency. "The old-time salesman had to know all the angles," Johnson said. "A bail fire was always a real -dan- Ker in the days when most country hotels were made of wood." Part of Johnson's luyprape wTieri lie was on the road was n rope lotif; snous'h t'o lower him from a fourth-floor window. It was knot ted at regular intervals LO provide handholds, Bulletins (Continued From Paije One) JSJ2XKWA/. D.ATK Hnrlforcl, Jan. . 24—(U P)— Automobile owners are ur^ed 10 renew 'ihcir registrations as soon as pos- .siblo. Motor .Vehicle Commissioner Blmor S. Watson reminds car own| ci's thru the clcndlinc is Fobruury 28. Approximately 501.000 ronc-wais still must bn made by th:U date, he says. How much Light is enough to N EXT time you write a letter, ask yourself this question: do my eyes have ample light for smooth, easy seeing? The answer can be found in your desk lamp. Does it contain at least a ISO-watt bulb for quick, easy, more comfortable seeing? If not, then correct your lighting now . . , and in every room. Eyes are priceless . . . help keep them young and attractive with new lighting methods. Under better lighting you'll find new visual comfort and freedom from eyestrain. For improvement in your present home lighting call in our Home Lighting Advisors for advice and suggestions . . . without charge. ADMITS SLAVING Rome—A bull-necked St. Louis, Mo., mobster who became vice commander of Mussolini's secret police, admits that he. took .part in the kidnap slaying of Giacomo Matteotti, Italy's Socialist martyr. Bu-t Amergo Duminl told a Rome court I that it was all an accident, that they never meant to kill Matteotti. • oOo—— J1CWS WARNED. ilnrusalnni — Holy Luml .lew* have Ix.'i'ii warni'd that: nn]«ss they act M onr.i 1 .iifiu'nst anti- Hritisb underground violence, the ariivy nuiy move in to stamp It out with dnistic action. A high source adds that tin; militaryutiy divide Vali/dine Into nrmod areas <if occupation. . oOo NKW BOOK New York—Generalissimo .Chi- ans Kai-Shek, in his new book, out today, says there can. be no pormanen-t world peace until'- all the nations of Asin gain freedom and equality. • oOo TWENTY Providence, R- I.—At the Rhode island Stat<; Menial hospital, a slicrtaffp of trained personnel has resulted in the death of 20 women patients. Thi; women died during th« past iv; ilnys from In- fliKinx.-t. Tlie hospituJ superintendent v)ys tile epidemic now IN im- di'r control. oOo TO TESIFY Brockton. Msss.—About 32 persons will be called to testify before the Plymouth County grand jury February Dth in connection with the Yuletido .slayinfr of Ren<? Cote, The state will present evi- . dencc against Mrs. Bertha Cote, 11 the garage foreman's widow, who I." accused of the murder. oOo—— I>EGAJ. RULING Hartford, Jan. 2-1—(UP)—The attorney jienci-ttl's office has .ruled that persons now living in Connecticut, but who were inducted into the armed .forces while living: elsewhere, are not entitled ; to the $1,COO propcrtv ta\ exemption given to veteran*. Til] YicVct ITS £A$Y TD SAVE UP DOLLARS FOC A " RAINY DAY " WITH VOUR LOW COST Gl /NSU&ANCE THE CONNECTICUT <ii»liiGHT & POWER Co. ^-^ A Busintts-Managtd. Tax-Paying Company EYESIGHT IS PRICELESS LIGHT /S C-HEAT* For correct information contact your near- tit VETERANS ADMINISTRATION •ffkt. NOTICE Notice is hereby ^'iven of'a. hearing at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, in Room 5S5, State Office. Building. Hartford. Connecticut, oh Monday, February 3. 1P47; on docket 7886, proposal of the Naugatuck Water Company of Naugat'uck,. t'o borrow S95.000., on notes', to • thei'Nau- gratuck Savings Bank for five'years, at two and a' half per cent.; .and SD5.000., on notes to the Naugatuck National Bnnic for five years at two and a half per cent.; for capital outlay and to repay an outstanding note. ' i -.'... Per Order Public UtilMieR Commission • R. C, Schneider ... . ' •: Secretary. : Nation's Iron Ore Being Depleted, Figures Show By PATRICK KEITH United Pre»» Staff ; Cor respondent St. Paul, Minn.—(.UP)—The nation's iron ore. output— based on current mining operations — faces a more than .two-third cut In' the next 15 years If predictions by the Minnesota department of taxation prove true. According to the''latest available figures, Minnesota produced somo 65,069,000 tons of the nation's approximately 100,000,000 'tons last year. ' • : But the taxation department warned that for the Ural Urn* In the state's history, the total reserve was under 1,000,000,000 ton* Current estimated tonnage of th* state's unihlned ore reserves stands at 99n,448,000 tons, A decrease of 38,812,000 from the 1MB estimate. In 1944 — the last year of full war-time production, Minnesota mines yielded 65,069,000 gross tons, Michigan, the second 'highest state In the nation, had. 12,922,000 tons. Alabama came next with 7,164,000 tons. States currently are producing ore only slightly less than during war years. Minnesota, for example, averaged 68,000,000 tons from 1941 to 1945. Hector M. MacCraw, administrative assistant in the department, said that the state may be completely out of ore by 1960 unless new mines are difcovired and developed. MacCraw «ld unmlned Minnesota rcsei-ve« had a total assessed mineral value for tax purposes of H20.34«,635 as of last May 1. "*Ore is assessed at SO per cent of Its full and true value in the ground, •he said. Since ore first was mined in the state- In 1881, a total of 1,569,561,990 tons were dug and- Including •mall removals during . early year, ore w-aj mined at an average rate of 30,000,000 tons yearly.';MacCraw said. NEW MEMBERS Induction .of new members will feature the next meeting of Uje Y's Men's Oub «t the Y next Tuesday. Club president Wilson B. Kirlccn- dall will preside. Dye On Box Traps False Alarmists Buffalo, N. T. (UP)—The Buffalo Fire Department has perfected a way to 1 nab. senders of fain* alarms. Fire boxes that are the victlma of frequent minus* are daubed with a "dye that stains th* hand or ylove of the person turning in an alarm, making Identification both easy and positive. The dye, called "Victoria Green" Is actually a deep purple—it ultimately leave* a ataln on the p>- llce blotter too. Stephen Watt* Kcnrny entered Santa. Pe, N. M., on Aug. 18. 1844, to claim it for -the United State*. Miller & Peck SEW AND SAVE WITH THESE COLORFUL BRIGHT SPRING Spun Rayon Dress Materials Store Hour* 8:30 to 5:50 Tucuday through Saturday, Clour*) Every Monday. YOU SAVE MORE THAN HALF ON THIS SPECIAL PURCHASE! First Quality Pure Silk Hosiery Jlcg. Value SI .00 These stunning pre-war favorites arc back in ;i wide range, to ,u,x't you. ready j'or the sunny rbi.v.s ahead, and at so little cost. The mosl important stocking- value in town, sensationally priced for the past two months at 2.98, now at the amazing new low price of 1.35. First quality —pure silk—service weight with cotton (op. HOSIERY'BAR • STREET FLOOR DOMESTICS STREKT FLOOR "Bunny Esmond" •Baby Blankets 2-98 T5otmd in gleam-' ing- satin, this cuddly baby blanket; come s in your choice of four ex<~|iiisilc> co I o r s, with dainty applique or f 1 o ra 1 patterns. Compare This Value! Men's Cotton .' Handkerchiefs 6 fcr 75c Reg. 6 for 1.00 Fine white cotton, for show or general nse, with fast colon borders in smart-lilue checks or stripes. ' MEN'S .SHOP » STRKET FLOOR Gibbs Training Pants Flat or ribbed 'sno-white' cotton with full elastic waist, and reinforced seam. Stock up now on this "hard-to-get" item. Kc * Sflc v » l " p INFANTS' SHOP • SECOND FLOOR S ALE ! Cotton Dresses 2-44 Values to 3.29 You'd rcnlly expect, to pay much more for these colorful cottons cut on slim pert Lines, you'll find many tricks in styling. Gathered skirts, puffed sleeves, ruffled necklines, some buttoned, some zippered. Sixes 12.to 20— 38 to 44 Ecru Window Shades OQ C ** u Reg. 50c Value An outstanding value in shade freshness for even- room. Slight irregulars that are sun-fast of washable fibre 36x70. . Printed Cotton Dish Towels Regularly 49c Absorbent, color-fast, cotton dish to\vels in the famous "Stevens" make. Fruit or floral patterns in either red or blue on white. DOMESTICS * STREET FLOOR 3 Day Special Colorful Aprons BUY 2 OR 3 AT THIS PRICE 44c A WIDE CHOICE Keg, SBC • STREET FLOOR DRESSES "That Touch of Richness for Every Room" Venetian Blinds Of Ivory Metal 5-98 27 x Convenient sani-j tary and con trolled vision, si< lent gear-tilt to a u t o m a t i cally hold slats at desired angle — improved tape fastener — smooth ivory finished metal — Hgtit, flexible, und to care for. 29x64 .,6.49 31x64 30 x 64 .......;.. 6.49 32 x 64 .6.98 .6.98 Window Shades % Floor Coverlnf • 9 Second Floor

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