Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 29, 1947 · Page 5
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 5

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, January 29, 1947
Page 5
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WALTER WINCHELL (Continued from Pnpo Four) Sound* In thr Nljht: At th«- Fl«l Pi-mnu'M Net: "She likvs ihc qule kind. Someone tied to his mater puwsti'lnK""- . At Havuna-M,- drill: "ConsiidorlnK nil the nbus thrown at Elliott Ropycvcll, h mu»t own a pen thnt wrltus undo mud" At the Stork: "Have yo I'.ncl cnoiiffh— of the wtoclc morko Intcly?" In Lincly's; "The nc\ jiOth Centre*) Is -undoing ft Ki-ea job" A> Pclham JHc.ith Inn: "Di you think Truman will run In '4; or before?" VorU Novi-lrttr: "Dear WW, 1 writes an MGM exec, "I though you'd appreciate this.. I sot It fron ttic top miin tit one of the 3 Inrg-es Wall Strent firms a fnw moments nj;o. Just omit all names, please at thl.t time. In case you want tc win a bet on It, however, you can It .We got gabbing about the stock market slump (of n few months ngo) and he .said undoubtedly you have onouch Influence to affect the market. But (and this I the part you should, print) ho suit! thai (at thai time) when you nhoutotl: 'You sucker."!', you wero 100 p. c. correct. Ho stild fnt that period) your counsel was absolutely sound (ami tfot thU.'), th/it your radio remark.-" then probably saved the smiill Investors of the nation BILLIONS. I know you'll enjoy this, sine.? that opinion comes from a man who knows more about such thlncs than all the financial editors land the like) in the land. Now kiss me! Your Old Girl." Mrniim of 11 Ou.v (in tin- $<•!>board's Sliver Meteor: The tcmpo- i-nry treasurer of the Damon .Runyon Memorial Fund Is hastening North to call the flr.-it meeting of Kur.yon Worm-characters to elect FOX CLEANERS M (IILIU II 8T, TKI.. M7l Work C'ulli'd For iind officers and lo mako a full rvport on tho coin to date, etc He brings a $0,000 check with him from the Roney-Plnza's J. Mycr Schlno, among other trivia. .. .Monica Bo- JMJ-. the Dominican chnntootsy, can nold tho floor for an hour (without slnglnp a note) and not a male patron will leave...To the Billboard: That chart showing what the Hooper "15" cost their sponsors Is little goofy. Wo know that a certain Sunday-lijght newscaster Is the "best buy" (and cheapest) in radio (28c per 1,000 llstc-ncrs), but Rado-Aquavia In Special Match For March Of Dimes An attractive- bowl I np: exhibition to benefit the March of Dimes has been arranged for the R and M alleys tomorrow night by Manager ,.-- ..„ „,, „„<.. Charlie Rucclo, . he isn't on any hnlf-hour, Bub Ann! A singles .match which should at"-" --'•- tract considerable Interest -will show Wee Willie Rado against the redoubtable Doc Aquavia. Doc has won a scried of special matches 1 the salary! You rob him outta $1,M>0, . .Love-That-Man Dopt,: The stick-man (he retrieves the dice while the bots are laid) makes Jos- feel better when they 7-out try- to make the 3rd pass. Frlnstance: "Don't scold him, men, ho tried hard!" •lately, and hts backers maintain I that' 'he will continue-hoV'inouffh ;to take this one. '•''"••" .Rado, on the other' hand, /has 'considerable experience In ;fast | bowling; competition extending over ', a period of- several years and his , supporters "believe that this experience will be In his favor when the going pets close. . • The other feature on the' program will be a. special team ^match between the All American-yets and the teams of the Veterans; bowling league.;The All Americans beat the Post recently In a special roll-off -match for first round league champion- 1 ship; consequently ' the Post boya will be .thirsting for revenge. -.-•• • .No admission wll too charged for the exhibition. Spectators may contribute whatever they wish toward , the M.ircri of Dimes campaign. In i addition, Manager Ruccio has an-| npunced that revenue from bowl-1 ing will also go to the Dimes fund. .EMPLOYES. TO VOTE .Boston, 29—(U P)—Pressroom- ,• employe's, of • the .Hartford C.oiirant Company wll vote to determine. :','-a collective barpainin# agent within 30 days. They will decide whether they wish to be represented by an A-F-of-L Printing Pressmen and Assistants' union. NOLLE Charged with violation of the rules of tnc road, Russrl) Adams, 28, 107'Cliff street,- receivtd a nolle yAUGATtJCK SEWS (CONN.). WEDNESDAY. JAN. », IMI— Enough roillc is produced annually in America to fill a river 3,000 for'$12, when h'is caseAvaj heard it)j milcs lnn E, 40 feet wide, and three Wnterbury City Court yesterday by | fccl Judge Charles R. Summa. VERPLEX SHADES OOc to $9.05 STMSIK'S to Center si. Waterbury, Conn FUR SCARFS Buy Now on Our Lay- Away TEMBRUSKI IWARIUAGE vow-} •Make., him promise"" to "'let •< you send the .laundry to ax'. .* You'll both like the quality of our work and he'll like our moderate charges and | prompt' service. 4S1 No. Main St. Tel. 3807 LPUNDRYCD PHONt_4-4IOf--«HOTTAG» Pi CfJa&A^aJu F»OM SNimy, STUW Dismiss or Instantly relief from head cold distress starts to como when you put a little Va-tro.nol in each nostril. Also -It helps prevent many colds from developing It used in time! Try Itl follow directions in package. VICKSVATRONOL Character Study: Wo heard It between tho stuffed avocado and the tteak minute at Arturo Childers' 'urnod Little Palm Club... About the spot's bus-boy, who inherited several million dollars (in Spanish pesetas) from his father, who recently passed on in Gelisha Prov- nco. Spnin. .The boy's name Is E. Marino. .. .He was In the U. S. Army during the Big Scuffle He sn't going back to Spain to claim he coin, he says ...He feels that •)!.* many brothers are more en"tied to It—as "I ran away many /mcs, and I haven't been, home In 9 years. They stayed home .and elpcd the family make that money". .. He'd rather be a bus- oy Ir. Miami, ho added, than a millionaire In Spain. Stink-weed Dcpt.: Tho pirate In national dlmo mag who brazenly fted Damon Runyon's pet theme bout "Dr. Brackctt. Olllce Up- tairs." (Oh, nat until a man's dead x months at least!). ..The editors n that mag must be numb from ountinfT those recent returns, rob'ly. .. .That Monday night clg- o program. Strictly for the small- mc, Why will singers be comedio- •Itlcs? Funny to the morons in c studio, but not to u.3 morns who buy the radio tubes. Scal- ons to people who advertise your appearance «fter you say you're leaving town. Th<> Lati? Watch; OrcWds to the Tropical Moon Dance Championship and Buddy Allen. Over 100 l)ene(lts arc .staffed In Greater Miami (in season), about 500 acts en- tci-t.aimnqr. They now will run one! tor actors! On Feb. 22nd. .. .Roger ' and Goo. Morrissey (ex-Stork xbaf-1 ferx) have opened their own spot, ; Tho Side Show, Ir. Flushing... .It is', now Judffo Barry Wood (the radio' canary) in East Haddam, Conn,' (What'.s it on, Judge?) ' Strange Broadway romances, A rich playboy bridegroom used lo be hU mater-in-Kaw's fella!. .Casting Note: Thcatur Inc's new play, "The Big Poople," means just that. It is hiring actors who are at least r, ft. 2 NO OTHER COFFEE GIVES YOU m... and Of all the 10,000 brands of coffee §ohl in the U. S., none offers you more flavor—better flavor—than AKP Coffee. Boasted by A&P'u ex. elusive "flavor-saver" method, it cornea in three superb blends . . . mild, medium or strong. No wonder il'» America's most popular coffee by millions of pounds! Compare prices! No other coffee offers more for your money than A&P Coffee. Reason: A&P economic* in handling mnke low prices pOR.sible. There's no finer • coffee in any puckngc at any price! CHAIRS IN PAIRS pillow backs with steel innersprings and cotton filling. Various colors and designs. QUALITY.... mid SAVIYC/S! Here-is a traditional annual event that stresses quality and savings in ovcrvT department and brings you (lie finest "home fimiisliing values oi' tl.u; year. Shop early, Dor qimntity is limited on some ilemy and they're sure to go fast at'these low- prices. SAVK 10% to i}0'/ r ,. FLOOR LAMPS. Bronze finish with variety oi' siiades. Sale Price $16.95 SIMMONS MATTRESS. Twin or full Sale Price $34.50 Illustrations Arc Slntllur To You'll Find Displayed Tn Our Store. TABLE LAMPS. Grouped for clearance. Basils are yood, shades slightly soiled. Values to $18.00 Sale Price $4.95 HEADBOARD BEDS. Sturdy box spring 1 and iiiiicrspring mattress. Choice of designs. Values to $99.00. Sale Price $74.50 BOUDOIR CHAIRS. Spriji- sent. Pelti- eoat rui'fled. EnohmilLiig floral prinls. Sale'Price $16,00 KNEEHOLE DESKS. 24x48". Nine spacious drawers. Mahogany veneers and gumwood. Sale Price $49.75 MISCELLANEOUS TABLES. Red need j'or Clearance. 10% to 50% OFF MODERN BEDROOM.. In solid bleached oak woods. Complete with double Mr. & Mi>-. Dresser, Mirror, Chest lo Match and Xi(e table. 5 pieces. Sale Price MAPLE DINETTE. Porcelain-lopped (ab)c open <o 28.\47. 4 chairs. Sale Price $49.75 MAPLE LIVING ROOM. Love soat size s<if;i a»d 1 chair. Spring scats and hacks. • Sale Price $134. CEDAR CHEST. Bleached mahogany -or ina'ple 3 drawer chest. Sale Price $39.50 SOFA BED. Opens into wide hed. Tn- iNTspriiiiv construe! ion. Concealed hcdding- box. Sale Price $45.00 Store Hours Tuesday thru Saturday 0:00 A. M. to 3:45 F. M. INCORPORATED 91-99 WEST MAIN STREET WATERBURY

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