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    Dial Professional 03986 Dial Body & Hair Shampoo Include 1 pump 1 Gallon (4-Pack) (2-(Pack))
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    List Price: $207.68
    Price: $207.68


    • 1 gal. bottle for refilling smaller containers or for dispensing with pump
    • Body wash and shampoo helps remove dirt and residue from skin and hair
    • Contains moisturizers to help keep skin hydrated
    • pH balanced to effectively clean hair
    • Peach fragrance

    Dial 724727 Sweetheart Antibacterial Liquid Hand Soap, 800mL Flex Pack (Pack of 12)
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    Dial Professional


    List Price: $199.00
    Price: $199.00


    • 800ml Flex pack
    • Contains triclosan
    • Use in any institutional environment
    • Recommended for hand washing to decrease bacteria on the skin

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Woman gets jail time for theft of skin care products

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Resident, Former World War II WAVE Receives Medals For Her Service

Ninety-seven year old Newtown resident Dorothea LaBelle clearly recalls her desire to defeat the Germans as a young woman, and how she rushed to enlist in the United States Naval Reserve (Women’s Reserve), better known as the WAVES, for the Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service.

That service was formally recognized just days ago, on June 29, when Town Clerk Debbie Halstead personally delivered a set of medals, a uniform ribbon, and a certificate signed by Governor Dannel Malloy and Department of Veterans Affairs Commissioner Thomas Saadi to her modest West Street home.

Ms LaBelle said although she had a brother and a sister, she was the only one among her siblings who volunteered for service. “My mother said she would shoot my brother in the leg before she would let the service take him,” she said, only half-joking.

“When I was trying to get into the service, somebody said to me to try out for the ‘singing platoon.’ So I did, and I got in,” she said. “Now this was one platoon of 30 girls in a regiment that was 1,000, so there was only one singing platoon.”