Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 24, 1947 · Page 10
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 10

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, January 24, 1947
Page 10
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I'AOt 10-^NAUOATUCK NKW8 (CONN.), F1UDAY. JAN. 24, 1947 Stolen Italian Art Recovered Abroad Naplpfl (UP)—The Italian commission for recovery of fine art stolen during the Nazi occupation roportcd that great quantities of mlfMlqg art have been found In Austria and Germany. Some of the paintings, the com- mi.xlon said wore greatly damaged. They include Raphac'lg "Mndonna of the Divine 'Love," Titan's "Dlann," Flllppo Ijippi's 'Annunciation," Palmo's "Sacred Conversion," Kmvely cluniaffcd; Colantonio's "St. Bh'olamo," also badly damaged, and Luini's "Mndonnn svith Child." Also recovered toy the commis. nion were bronzes, including tho jjtntvic of Apollo discovered In the i-ulns of Pompeii, and two statues of fawns, also found near Pompeii. The latter suffered broken legs and cars In tlie thefts from Italy during thr war. Drawings and wotor colors of UKavzi and ancient gold jewelry from , the natPonal museum of Naples also were found, but the Jewel collection had t>can plundered and many stones arc miss- Ing. New Mexico, the fourth largest state in the union, has 121,000 square miles of land. You can'ffcavc soaps, woolens, tores, without -fete., fibres sfIII a worW-j wide s/iorfaqe of-fafs and oils! due to colds , , . cosed without "dosing" lSJSfl DODGE Hotchkiss St. Garage 47 HOTCHKISS STREET Tol. 3727 J. L. MA/II.AUSKAS, 1'rop. SALES — SERVICE II Stork, Dan Service LEBON'S mid Wax Hlrch BASSINETTES JUVENILE FURNITURE BEACON KIDDIE CENTER 73 GRAND STREET Wittcrliury A TAR' OF T864 RELAXES IN 1947 ONE.OF THE OLDEST living Navy veterans In the United States, Henry Doll Narberth, Pa., celebrates his 99th birthday at the Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, by puffing away on a great big cigar. A patient at the hospital the past seven years, Doll enlisted in the Navy at 14 and was wounded at the battle of Mobile Bay in 1004. (International) 2 Solar Eclipses Due This Year TCvanston. Ill (LTP1 — The moon will cclipsi; the sun twice clunnj; HM7. but people in l.hfi United Suites will -ice It happen ""'Y once. Oliver J. L.OU. Northwnstorn University astronomy proCcasnr, siiid :i partial eclipse of the sun will bo visible over almost all of thu United States Nov. 12. He said the- moon at that time would bo too far from the earth to cover the .sun completely. leaving a rim of lifrht around the moon's silhouette •A total eclipse of the sun will occur May 20 and a partial eclipse oC the moon June 3, but neither will be visible in the United States. Observers southwest. nf Sariti- UJJTU, Chile, wil ace the complete solar nclipsc llrat, Lee said, and tin; pa'th of visibility wii! cross South America and the Atlantic Occ'jn :md end near Lake Victoria in Africa. He suld several groups of a.stronomers planned to |jo to Bra/.il to view the 'total eclipse. WELCH NAMED Governor McConaughy has named Harold Welch oC New Haven to 'the State Advisory Council on Banking. The turni will start immediately and conlnue for .four years after July 1st. Welch succeeds the late Walter Perry of New Haven. Air Today 6:45 p. m. WTIC-WNBC—Front Page Fart-ell WATR—Naucatuck News WJ55—-Tennessee Jed I WWCO-WOR—Tom Mix 6:00 p. m. WBRY—E. Christy Erk, News WATR—News and Sports Other Stations—News 6:15 p. m. WBRY-WCBS—Report from Washington WTIC—Musical Appetizers. WNBC—Serenade to America WA'TR—Music of Today '] WJZ—Ethel ; and Albert WOR—Bob Elson WWCO—Sports Time ,. 6:30 p. m. WBRY—John A. Cluney, Sports WCBS—Red Barber WTIC—Prof. Schenker , WATR—Phil Von Tobel WJZ—Allen Prcscott WOR—News WWCO—Qui? WNBC—Bill Stern, Sports -., 6:45 p. m. WBRY-WCBS—Bob Trout, News WTIC-WNBC—Lowell Thomas WJZ—Lawrence & Marley • WATR—Pleasure & Profit WOR—Stan Lomax ; WWCO—Novatime 7:00 p. m. WBRY—Brass City Veteran WCBS—Mystery of the Wcelt WTIC-WNBC—Supper Club., WATR-WJZ—Headline Edition WWCO-WOR—Fulton Lewis, Jr. 7:15 p. m. WBRY-WWCO-WATR—March of Dimes Auction WCBS—Jack Smith Show , WTIC-WNBC—World News.,, WJZ—Elmer Davis WOR—Answer Man 7:30 p. m. WBRY-WCBS—Sparkle Time WTIC—Quiz of Two Cities WNBC—Barry Wood Show WATR—Phone Your Answer WJZ—The Lone Ranger WOR—Henry J. Taylor WWCO—Your Land and Mine 7:45 p. in. WNEC—Kaltcnborn, News WATR—Show Tune Time WOR—Innide of Sports WWCO—Voice of the Army 8:00 p. m. WBRY-WCBS—Baby Snooks WTIC-WNBC—Highways in Melody WATR-WJZ—Fat Man WWCO-WOR—Burl Ivcs Show '8:15 p. m. WWCO-WOR—Vcra Holly Sings 8:30 p. m. WBRY-WCBS—Thin Man WTIC-WNBC—Allan Young.- WATR-WJZ—Your FBI ••'; THIS DRUM'S GETTING HEAVY! 4 I T'S easy enough 1o walk along and pound the big, bass drum. But it's a different matter entirely for the poor fellow who must carry it. His back hurts. And although he realizes there could be no music without him, he does wish he could make the drummer help carry the drum. In a sense, we taxpayers have for years been carrying the drum which enables the government's electric power projects in the Tennessee Valley — the Tennessee Valley Authority — to niake a lot of noise about the "cheap" electricity they produce. Naturally, the fact that we all pay large amounts in taxes to the federal government while the TVA's politically-managed companies pay almost none has a lot to do with that "cheap" electricity. Those of us who pay our share of the nation's taxes are carrying the drum for the TVA. Our own federal taxes, which in 1945 amounted to $3,217,000, and yours, are actually supporting the government's electric projects, although the "cheap" electricity they produce is not available to us. How long must we go on carrying the drum? THE CONNECTICUT LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY A business-managed, tax-paying company WWCO-WOR—Love Story Theater 0:00 p. m. WBRY-WCBS—Ginny Simms WTIC-WNBC—People Arc Funny WATR-WJZ-—Break Hi" Bank WOR—Gabriel Heattcr 9:15 p. in. WOR—Real Stories WWCO—Norman Clouticr 0:30 p. m. WBRY-WCBS—Durantc & Moore WTIC-WNBC—Walt/. Time WATR-WJZ—The Sheriff 10:1X1 p. m. WBRY-WCBS—It Pays to be Ignorant WTIC-WNBC—Mystery Theater WATR-WJZ—Boxing Bouts WOR—Spotlight on America WWCO—Encores of Yesteryear 10:30 p. m. WBRY-WCBS—Maisic WTIC-WNBC—Sports Newsrecl WATR-WJZ—Sports Page WWCO—Meet the Press WOR—Symphonette 11:00 p. m. ' ALL Stations—News 11:15 p. m. WBRY-WCBS—Joseph C. Hnrsch WTIC-WNBC—Harkness 'of Washington WATR-WJZ—Joe Hasel WOR—News; Finance Reports WWCO—Herb Lakowski's Orch. 11:30 p. m. WBRY-WCBS—Blue Ban-on Orch. WTIC-WNBC—Great Novels WATR-WJZ—Gems; Bcneke Orch WOR—Weather; Lombardo Orch, 12:00" Midnight ALL Stations—News Why Your Body Needs Water By I>B. .1. B. WABRKN Wviter is necessary to life for two main reasons, (1) because the chemical changes required to sustain life can take place only when the reacting substances arc dissolved in water, and (2) because water is needed for flushing away the waste products formed from the various processes going on in the body. Water also reptulates the body temperature, retaining heat in cold weather end carrying the heat out oT the body (perspiration) in hot weather. (Released by The Consolidated N'ews Features, Inc.) VISIT OCR NEW GIFT SHOP For Wedding Anniversary and Shower Gifts . . . Silver, Chinn, Lamps, Viittes, Etc. $1 to $50 William Schpero JEWKLER 180 Church Str«et Naugratuck MEN'S and WOMEN'S CUSTOM TAILORED SUITS Conic 1» and See tin- New Cloth Samples for EMBRUSKI 431 No. Main St. Tel. 3807 RUG CLEANING and DYEING Also Specializing; In Dyeing Ex-Servlccmen's Uniforms THOMAS DYE WORKS 04 PEARL ST. 3-7105 Waterhury Complete Line of CARMOTE PAINTS for interior and exterior uses SLEDS — S5.75 up Union City Hardware 381 N. MAIN ST. Union City M. Ratkiowlch, Prop. W. J. Stokes, Mgr. RUPTURE TRUSSES ArcnrntclT fitted lo roar requirement* .f ew H ave* of Waterbury 206 Bonk St. 5-0013 Waterbury EVENTUALLY YOU'LL WEAR ROGERS-PEET CLOTHES — THERE COMES A TIME IN EVERY MAN'S LIFE WHEN A MAN DECIDES THE BEST IS CHEAPER BY THE YEAR. Rogers-Peet topcoats and overcoats at $65 to $100 cost you less by the year than any other clothes you've ever worn. More men are proving that claim every year and upon that proof are inducing their friends to prove it themselves. You can buy clothes that cost you less—but they cost you more by the year than Rogers-Peet clothes. Atlantic Hi-Arc Gasoline for Quick Starting POUST'S • SERVICE STATION 144 Rubber Avc| Tel. 4935 For A Snack, a Sandwich or a Pull Meal, Try DUFFY'S Restaurant WATER STBEET FULL IxIQCOB LICENSE Deposits Fully Guaranteed ARE YOUR SAVINGS INSURED? VFS All deposits in this Iwnk are guaranteed In full by the; Savings Banks' Deposit Guaranty Fund of Connecticut, Incorporated. GUS SMOKE SHOP? 402 North Main St. Union City Gus Klimaszewski, Trop. MODEL AIRPLANES HALF PRICE Highland Package Store | 93 Highland Ave. — Tel. 3983 Anthony Farrar, Prop. FREE DELIVERY All Parts of Naucaliick WHITE FISH MARKET JOSEPH CAERAL, Prop. 8 South Main St. Tel. 50M SALT and FRESH WATER FISH of ALL KINDS FOR SALE Ten room house, 6 room* nrn floor, 5 rooms second floor, * bath-rooms, hot air furnace, electricity, 2 car garage. Formerly 2 tenement houw and owner will re-convert to J tenements and clvc Immediate occupancy to first floor. Located east side of town and may be Inspected In afternoon. F.W.EATON Room 9 Neary Building Church Street TRY CLASSIFIED ADS IT'S AUTOMATIC MAT- more for o cleaner, comfortable home! Good-bye to furnace drudgery! With • Fairbanki-Mone Automatic Stoker on the jnb . . . frequent shoveling of coll «nd »h« U « thing of the p»»t. Your home is more comfortable, too . . . for a stoker gives you cle«n, evenly r««u- luted heat. And the cost? It's actually less than the cost of handfiring . . . because * Fairbanfcs-Moric Stoker not only burns less coal but uses the more economic*! sizes of coal. Drop in today— and learn why a F<iirbank»-Mor.e Automatic Stoker can nerve you better and more economically than any other type of heating. FAIRBANKS - MORSE STOKERS For clran, wwi/opf namiftt kfar tfrpr 3 Years to Pay Through P. H. A. The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 87 CHURCH STREET TEL. 5236

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