Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on February 5, 1947 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, February 5, 1947
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'Headless Valley' MysterY Cleared Vancouver, B. C.—(UP)—W, J, Tu'.li-'t, ifl-ycar-old explorer and iul- iiiw, v\M the so-called "Heail- V'nlley" of the Nnhnnnl Hlvei country is no mystery to him and that he tod be«n In the JOO "" milou m/rthciwst of Whitehorsi>, flilton TVrritory. He name the valley received Its (mm uio fact that thr IxxliM WIMV found thtT Tullct nnil two companion* dl.s covori-d (mis of thi! hod leg minus hcnd Tullet snld this was cau.sec the- mnn was in a w b;m' unil -*oyotcs rttc hlj, hctul. Th, nnlmal-* couldn't Kit to the rest o bin body. Tulli't said the man proh ably hud died from hunjicr. Sulphur trs account for tales of tropical vi'gutatlon and want [fimpi-'i'atiit-i'S in the valley, Tullet siiid, Thi/iv is a H.riOO-i'oot waterfall at o"' 1 onil o!' tho vullcy. Tullet said Indians feared the vnllcy hottiusf of the loneliness and because there were no crca- IUPM there except a few coyotes. Hi' wants to go back to hunt foi gold, hi'licvi-d to exist In the hill.i of (he mountaln-senled area. A new I'oocl clement, called food yeast, with n slightly meaty flavor, and as much us no ppi- cont hljrh ffriuli 1 protein conti-ru, hns bet'n developed In Britain. ANOTHER SHIPMENT AMERICAN MADE GUAKANTKKI) ALARM CLOCKS $2-20 JIK-. Tax QCHNEER C «^CRIOir JEWELERS^ Jeeps In Japan Get Beauty Treatment Tokyo—(UP)—The.-Jeep, .has undergone such local beauty treat- monta l,cro th:i;t you frequently don t .rccoRnlxu the old girl. Tokyo now bus completely en- cloned jeeps, jeeps wlt'h two doors that lock, Jeeps with glass windows, front s!do and back, and jeeps with le.ither-covercd springs «nd s-ponpX'-rubber seat's. Paint John run from conservative black to chrome yellow und robin's egg blue. • "With the-ill-rival In Japan of the first dependent family, it -was only a matter of time before the dust- and iMln-condkloriMi old lady with' the uKonlssintf back seat .w; doomed. First It was Hide curtains, fabr Fifteen Merchants Donate ToVFW "Country Store" Real Wed cated of canvas and celluloii which kept'-the rain out. The duralumi'num tops and sides, aa' eaifi;d from wrecked Japanese aii c:raft, befcan 'to appear. After o jeep in sold at a rofrula army jeep silo, it is usually drive (or more often pushed) to a Jap anose Riarafrc, where, for a IIbora amount of yen. and cigarettes. , I -ets a complete transformation! In some de luxe models, heater and radios have been Installed The front seat is usually remodel led to seat throe. The back sea 1,'Pt.a extra stmTinc,' and a new back If possible chrome bumpers arc Added, together with streamliner fender guards and a horn tha chimes. U? loulh Main St — 4 J204 Ollies Radiator Shop IH PKOSI'KCT ST. TKI,. r>.'fll Union City Auto Kudlutom llcpiilrrd, Cli'iinrd and Uo-Corud \\tirk Cnllril l''or mill Dcllverfd AU, WOIiK ftL'ARANT'KKD Ollli; J.e Jttli', J'rop, Garden Department To Meet Monday Oscar Warnur will be guest weaker at a meeting of the Garden department of the Nang-atucU Wnmnn'.-f club. Monday afternoon Feb. 10 at 3 o'clock in the Amerl can Lotion M«;morlal .Home, 21 street. Horticulture 'ant! Sprayini,' will be thi- subpect of the llu.strntc'J lecture. Mr. Warner also will illu.xt.rate and explain care of the lawn. REFRIGERATION SERVICE Electric Appliance Co l:;il Hahhvln St. U'nl, — 'J'cl. .|-l^4a FKKIl'S Ill-WAV GUIU.l: f.OI South Miiln St. i-Kiilur Dully Dinner 3ftc up A Mi Cart., Alt-nii Spiitflii'ttl Tit Tukii Out Itunqiict KiKini, Cii'rUtnll Kr:AII\<mi.V Mild SCIIICK KI.KCTIilC SHAVKKS SCIIICK SIIAVKKSKTS 0. U, T;,l,|,. M,,(|i>| H;ulii,M l'orl:il)lc Kli-ctrlu Jti-curd .I'lii.vcrs 0. K. Kli'dric Muntlo Clocks Irons HAWLEY HARDWARE lln; CllliKCII STKKKT Our Diamonds • r« **rifi*J for ea ) or> •.-merchants have donate: merchandise , to be sold Thursday evening-, Feb. 0, at a "Country Store" to be conducted by the Ladies' Auxiliary, Crusader post Veterans of Foreign Wars, in the post rooms on Rubber avenue, • A benefit card party also will be held in' conjunction with 'the novelty * sale, with proceeds to be contributed to .the W. F.' W. National Foundation. ,, Donations of .the, merchants Include: Three-quart aluminum double boiler, Gans, Inc.; three pair pure silk hose, Not-wash Shoe store; Trlo-otte 'cosmetic ensemble, Alice Beauty shop; Seaforth set for men, Breen's Sport shop; hand- painted tissue case, Kennedy store, Ladles' patent leather handbag, M, Freedman Co.; bottle imported Sherry, Kelly Liquor store; Hagen's ready mix Martini cocktail, Harry and Pop Liquor store; $5 credit, gift, Mascolo Cleaners; canape, set (four trays), Nduga- tuck Hardware. Solid white vase, Sweeney Art store; hand-painted rose bowl, Culver, Florist; Forever Amber cologne, George Donovan; black sequin trimmed gloves, Raphael's; large basket of canned goods and groceries, Fulton Markets. All articles Ti'ill have marked down prices. svill be awarded high scorers at each table at the card party, with all types of card games to be available. A door prize, also will be presented. The committee in charge of ar i-angemcn'ts le headed by Miss Jan iontempo. Philippine Film To Be Shown The .upper classes 'of •, St. Mi- chaol's Episcopal church -Sunday school, as a .Lenten project,, -are, studying-' th.e Philippine, Republic, A.March of Time film,. "The Phil ippine Republic" :wili shown the classes Sunday, Feb. 9! The sound' film shows-how .for 47' years following- tho .Spanish- American war, the,. 7,083 ' Islands comprising the Philippine archipelago were heavily .. dependent upon the United .States..for their economic life and health. Picturec comprehensively are the socia backgrounds, the system of 'pollti cal compositions of the .islands,. ,Significant is the role . played by the Philippine people in the. re cent war, a sequence, which under scores the'character of the Fill pino. . . • Announcement ,ie made of the engagement' and -coining marriage of Miss Roao Reale;: daughter o Mr. and Mrs.. EmrJco, Reale,, 121 High. street, to Albert • Robert' Juliano, Jr., son of Mrs, A. R. Ju- llano of, .Watorbury. The event wll take pla.ce April 12 in St. Francis' church. Sisterhood Plans ard Party Mar. 1 Plans for a. card party to b icld Saturday evening, March 1 under the sponsorship of the Sis erhood of Congregation Beth Is ael In Odd Fellows hall, were com ilcted last nljfht at a meeting o he organization at the home of 'Irs. Samuel Heckler on Bridge (.reel. Tickets may be .obtained rom any member of the Sister- ood. A Good and Welfare committee omposed of Mrs. Leynard Berper Irs. Albert Sheinar and Mrs. Hernan Weiss was appointed. of LUI ol WILLIAM SCHPERO lao cnuncii ST. k, Conn. Kennedy Circle Card Party Held Kennedy Circle, Daughters of Isabella, sponsored a public card party last night, with 64 in at tendance. A brief business imeet- inK was hold prior to the parity. Door prizes were awarded Mrs. Helen Burns and Mrs. Elizabeth Loraon, with hijtfi scorers at each table being presented an apron. Entertainment was provided 'by' Mrs. Bridget Owens and Mrs. Mary St. John. Refreshments were served. Roots of the al-fnlfa plant penetrate the soil to a depth of from 10 to £0 feet. CLOSING OUT! Children's ROCKING CHAIRS 2)1.98 vi' BEACON KIDDIK CKNTKH 73 GRAND STItKET IViitvrlii'ry BUSINESS TKAINING FOlt VETERANS >"«w Classes I-vli. Hnl JUNIOR COLLKGS !M Otitrul Avis, Wuturbury I'honu 1-8772 DODGE Hotchkiss St. Garage *'• IIOTCIIKISS ST11EKT T«l. 6727 >'• f., MA/lhAtSKAS, 1'rop. NALKS — SKUVICE »''alhiT In which you can't 111 "S "lit dollies yl)ll'v<- IlINt 'iiHi». ( | ( |,,,. s ,,' t ( , 0 , fl< , r , w ; ^H liilhi's si'iit hrn. are ilone In'">'.•< In n miidr-tiMirdci' utmnx- 'i' 1 "' Hint nsmirr.H inlorlrK.ily c »'!iM hiiuiilr.v. And, of coiirm<. 'lfllviT.v in di.,i..nil:ilil,. In ruin ' tlilni., sli. ( ,| „, snow. LQUNORYCO. RUG CLEANING 11 ml DYEING Spi'clull/iiiK it) Dyeing n'N Uniforms THOMAS DYE WORKS G'l I'KAHL ST. 3-7105 VViHerbury CHAPEL ELECTRIC COMPANY IX NEW QUAKTEBS AT 28 CHURCH STREET Tel. 2219 — RADIOS — — PHONOGRAPHS — Radio - Phono Combination! RADIO REPAIR SERVICE Mrs. Melbourne To Be Speaker Mrs. Edwin Melbourne will speak on the subject,. "Flowers" 'at .the meeting of the Sarah Rogers chap ter, Daughters of tho American Revolution, Friday afternoon'at* 3 o'clock, it was announced by pf- finials of the organization. Mrs. W. J. Megin, regent,, w.lll conduct a brief business meeting which will be followed'by a social with refreshments. The meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Shirley W. Fuller, 03 Meadow street. Local Couple's Son Christened The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Janus, of Hoadley street \va.= christened, Paul, Sunday at ceremonies conducted in St. Ft'an- cis' church. Following the event family prat-hcring was held at the Janus residence. Quiet Day Be Observed, Mrs, Robert V. 'Anderson, chair man of the 1947 World Day o Prayer committee ' In Naugatuck reports several members will at tend Quiet Day to be held Friday Feb. 7, from 10:30 ,to 1:30, at the Second Congregational church, Waterbury, • The Quiet Day has been arranged by the Connecticut 'Council of Churches, in preparation for the World Day of Prayer, Feb. 21, the nrst Friday in Lent. In Naugatuck the service will be held at the Salem Lutheran church at 8 o'clock In the evening. The 1947 service, "Make- In the Deeert a Highway for the Lord." was written by an East Indian, with, a poignancy appropriate to this per- od in the history of. the world. NAtTOATTClt NEWS I <COJHt.). WEDNESDAY, M». B, WT—PAOK S MACKENZIE INJURED '• A .former: Reubllcan leader • who plcBdtd guilty to conspiracy In th« Wat«rbury scandal ha* b»«n injured In an automobile accident. Harry E. Mackenzie of Danbury la reported In fairly good condition thla morning- at Danbury hospital. Police said Mackentl* apparently suffered a fainting *pell while driving, causing his car to bit.- * pole- . . • CLERK SERVES SHORT TERM Hugo, Okla. (U P)—One official here, had a short term of office. Haskell Floyd took.the oath as Choctaw County clerk and resigned an hour later with the announcement he had a new job. LARGE METAL WASTE BARKETO — *o . TMMC WAI& ntrait READY PASTED BOKDKH8 KKMTOHB GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE Hi MAPUE HT1WBT (AcroM front City Bakarjr) Fnw Delhwnr NcpbMs MM M. Barry Keegan FAMILY PORTRAITS IN Bank St. ' Watorbury Jane* Morcan Bldf. Tel. 4-OSS4 VERPLEX SHADES •e to STRISIffS Cantor M. Three Motor To St. Petersburg Mr, and Mrs. E. B. Schofleld of Dunn avenue, and Miss Mpllie S6humaoher of. Highland avenue, •have motored to St. Petersburg, Fla., where they w.ill spend month's vacation. Miss Reale graduated from Naugatuck High school f and Waterbury Competometer sphool and is now affijlated with the office staff of the Nnugatuck Chemical. Mr. Juliano IB a graduate of jcavenworth High" school, Water- ury, and is a veteran of three and ' half years with the U. S. Navy, vita overseas duty in the Pacific icater. He is now an employe of the NauEatuck Chemical. Announce Birth Of Daughter Mr. and Mr.". Franklin Andrews of Wcodruff avenue, unnounce'the birth of -a daughter, Marjorie Jane, an. 17'at St, Mary's hospital. Wa> erbury. Mrs. Andrews is the for- ner Rita Bartholomew. N. C. Passett Hospital Patient N. C. Fassett of Beacon Valley road, is a patient at the Waterbury hospital, where he is recuperating from su-rgrery. His condition is reported as improving. A little V»>tro>nol m each noitrll quickly open* uo DMftl panages to relieve atufly tr*o- Blent congestion. Makes brtathln j easier. Invites rettful sleep. Work* flnel . . . Grand for relieving mUUy distress of head cold*. Try Itl Follow direction* in th» packate. VICKSVA-TRO-NOL 8KCRKTAR1AL KKfORTINO Devrlauiurnt in Grtft .Shorttand fa 100 wnm. New Group brtlai JDR. 27, J947. Kv.-nln,. at 0 P. M. THE PERRY SCHOOL "OFFICIAL CKFCO SCHOOL" Brown Bid*. — Valentine* THOUSANDS OP THEM Special Ones For SWEETHEARTS — RELATIVES and FRIENDS BAG OF VALENTINES FOR THE CHILDREN ASSORTED DESIGNS WITH ENVELOPES 21 For 37 For 51 29c 59c 79c The Quick and Ka»y Way to Buy — The Card and Gift Shop — SWEENEY'S 213 CHURCH ST. NAUGATUCK ff»f»fi HANGING EVKRV FRI. NITE Hi>.v Ajiili-uni' mill HIM 3 Slrlnux • (\li|>l<7Ji * IlKllun nnd ' ' AmTiran CitlNlno • Full l.lnllnr I'rlvlli'Ki'H * I'lfnly «r l'iirkln»r !4put'tt ' TRIO KKSTAURANT J()'J2 TlKinmHtun Ave. \Vntrrbury, Conn. RADIO EXPERTS , Since 1925 SWAN'S 15 Church St. — Tel 2S74 CASH DOLLAR DAYS THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY Venetian Blinds In Block. * I>».T gervle* LEBON'S STB No, Main at. • Ti-l. S-«S1 WuUrburj BENEFIT CARD PARTY and COUNTRY STORE Given By LADIES AUXILIARY, V. F. W. . Thursday Night, Feb. 6, 1947 V. F. W. POST ROOMS RUBBER AVENUE Table and Door Prizes Refreshments ADMISSION — SOc including tax Here's refreshment THE CHINA INN lliirrNiii, Avr, At Lcuvriiwiirlli U'utrrtitir,v s -iiill/lhk: In (Miini"«. mill /tiurrlniii DNIir* • s '"l> In After tin- Theater IM-II l<,,llr II ,,. 1,1. tn III |i, in, .**'inil:i.vH I-- niMtn n, III it. m, «'lll1Ml III! ihl.V .Mmillujn Bill's Danbury Hatter r>7 SOUTH MAIN ST. Win. Mitriuni), 1'rop. Mi-n's Huts C'li-uiicd, Blocked Factory Method* N'KW HATS FOn SAI.K llatu Miwlc to Order »OTT1IO UND» AUTHOBIY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY |Y Dresses Sweaters »** Blouses $l- $ 2->3 SUITS and COATS $ 5 $ 10 $ 15 Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of Waterbury, Conn. Reg. to $3 59° 2for$l Girdles Reg. $5 $3 Gloves Fabric 59° 2for$l Skirts R«g. to 18.98 sat J AH Sales Cash All Sales Final

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