-Is-AtlGATCJCK (CONN.-). THUKSDAY. .TUNIC 13. IMC Eat Fish For Health!! Genuine Rhode Island Little Neck, Cherry Stone, Steamer and Chowder CLAMS! ! FISH SPECIALS!! SAKDINKS — HI.UK J-'ISII VOKOIKH - SQUID - POLLACK - HADDOCK J.-KK.SI1 CXH) and TKAI'I'KU MACKKKKL JMI.KT 01- SOI.K - I'lI.KT <>I" HADDOCK VII FT OK COD — I'f-AT FISH. 'KTC. WHITING — I'll.!''.'!' OK POLLACK SOI'"!' SIIKLL CKAUS LOBSTERS - SCALLOPS FHKK T.O M.I. TAUTS OF NAUGATUCK riilmiii) Your Order White Fish Market .IOSK1MI 8 SOUTH MAIN ST. ', I'rop, TEL. 5004 Try NEWS Want Ads—they bring results War Assets Sale At Davisville A war assets Veterans Administration sale reserved for veterans only will be held at tho site of the U *S Naval Depot Annex in Davisville', 'R. I., June 17 through June 21, with nine million dollars worth Of. merchandise to be sold. Articles 'to be sold include plant equipment, electrical machinery of 30 different types, hand tools of 20 different types, oilcloth, commercial rubber hose. . fire cxtinffulsh- or.i. complete commercial kltchon and laundry equipment and miscellaneous Roods. Our Farren Says Warden's Pay Raise Not A Political Issue, Urges Voters To Cast Ballots In Favor Of Measure KIDNEYS MUST REMOVE EXCESS ACIDS Help IS Miles of Kidney Tubes Flush Out Poisonous Waste IfyouhnveancxccsRofncIdnlnyourblooiJ, your 1C miles of kidney tubes may bo overworked. Thesetlnyfllti! runnel tubes arowork- IIIB dny nr.d night to help Nature rid your ayiitcm of excess acids nnd poisonous waste. When disorder of kidney function permits polsonouo mutter to remain In your blood, It innj'cnujonncBlnKbnckuche.i-hcumntlcpiilns. IL-C pnlns, IOSH of pep nnd enurjry. fretting up nlKhtx, swelling, punincsa under the cy«o, licndnchcs nnd dizziness. Frenuont or scanty jmasuues with smarting nnd burninit sometimes shows there la something wrong with your kidneys or bladder. Kidneys may need help the snmo nn bowel", DO ask your druggist for Bonn's Plll». n ittimulantt diuretic, uaedmiccesafully by millions for over -10 years. DoniVs give hnppy relief iiml will liclp the 15 rnllca of kidney lubt»i lluali out uolsnnoua wusto from your blood. Cut Doun'a 1'illa. ,^ f " Juno 12, 1946. Nnygatuck, Conn. Voters of the Boi-o of Naugntuck I believe every voter who can should vote on Friday, June 14th, In favor ot tho hill which was recently passed in' Hartford increasing the pay of the warden of the. borough of Naugatuck from $2,«jOO to $3,150. The salary paid a warden in 1D3C is not in accordance .with tho cost of living today. This is not a political issue in any way. Those interested on the approval of this measure and affiliated with both political groups- should try and get in and cast a vote .in favor of the same. Your warden is- entitled to your support regardless of your political interest,. • The .office of warden Is a full time" job and requires a great deal of responsibility and experience. The salary -increase asked is not too great. FARREN . GIFTS for Father's Day SWIM TRUNKS — SLACKS T-SHIRTS — NECKWEAll SLEEVELESS SWEATERS NAT'S 410 North Main St. . Union City TUX. 0180 GI PROUD AS ROYALTY Anna, 111., (UP)—Royalty, or at least the faint shadow of what used to be royalty, is visiting this small southern Illinois town. T-5 J. C. Turner is the proud owner of an ancient Rolls Royce that he claims was the property of King. George of 'England, and was . presented by the king to a former '; governor of Virginia. I When. new the car cost $15,000, •• according to the GI, but ho bought it for S200. The chief drawback is that the vehicle gets only 10 miles to the gallon of "petrol." .STRIKE SETTLED Hartford, -June 13— CUP)— Em' ployes of the George E. Dowoy company"are back at work follow- I ing settlement of their strike which started .June "3rd. Ah agreement was reached calling for a 10 per cent.raise across the board. .home offin^dcjxndable furniture -\ SOUTH MAIN, SCOVILL AND BROOK STS Smart Idea For Better Living! ECLIPSE SOFA BEDS 69 That Sleep Two Comfortably Either one of these sola beds . . . the maple finished a I'm or the modern arm style, will serve yon well .'. .' serve a dual purpose. By day it masquerades as a good "looking; couch, by night it comes out in'its true colors as'a comfortable bed wide enough' to sleep.two; Both are exclusively made with full Eclipse' iuncr.spring mattresses built in the scat and the.back and uphol- stercd in smart, striped tapestries. FAMOUS ECLIPSE ''ESSEX INNERSPRING MATTRESS . . . WITH DURABLE STRIPED TICK 32.5O Just about "tops" in sleeping luxury . . . resilient steel innersprings, upholstered with quality cotton felt! Other features of this famous make mattress are a pre-built, age-resisting border, heavy woven striped ticking, taped edges and strap handles. Full and twin sizes. While quantities last. BOX SPRING TO MATCH . . ; . . . . ". 32.50 Attractive Maple and Birch CRIBS '25 Sturdy, well built to withstand the 'punishing activities of growing youngsters. It's been fi long time since we have had a stock and variety as we now have. COLLAPSIBLE CART Made by Heywood-Wakefield •19 .50 With balmy weath-', er now here young mothers ;will find their youngsters spending more -and more time out of doors. Here we present a Hoywood- Wakefield stroller M'ith reclining back. Equivalency Tests Slated July 13 Paul D. Collier, director of tfic Bureau ot Youth Services, Stute D e p a r t m e- n t of Education, announced today that high school equivalency examinations would be B iven July 13 at 9 a. m. at -the State Capitol. The examinations — a prencral comprehensive test covering- English, social studies, mathematics and natural science—make it possible for persons who study outside of regular High schools to obtain credit for this work. For those taking- the examination for the,first time, there is a fee of $3. Others pay $2, except veterans and members of the tu-med forces, who pay no fee. Applications to take -the examination must be filed with Mr. Collier's office by July 6, Texas is larger than the areas ot Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin and Iowa combined. Legal Notices NOTICE PUBLIC SALE TOWN FARM TRACT Twenty-five (approximately) acres of the Town Farm tract situated at Mil'lvlllc Avenue and Hoadloy Street, Naugatuck, will be •sold at~pubiic sale to the highest responsible bidder. Identified as Section C and described as follows: • Northerly on Millville Avenue 1610 ft. more or less- South Easterly on Hoadlcy Street 1112 ft. more or less; South Easterly on William Young 104.86 ft • South Westerly on. William Young 193.65 ft.; North Easterly On William Young 205 ft.; Southerly on Arthur F. Dunn and Borough of Naugatuck 1200 ft. more or less; Westerly on Borough of Naugatuck 450 ft. more or less. Sale is subject to the following restrictions and. reservations: All lots to be known as residential lots and to be used for such purpose only;- No dwelling for more than two families, or more than two and one-half stories in height, shall be erected or placed on any lot. One garage only, of not more than two car capacity, can be erected or placed on any lot; No dwelling shall be erected or placed on any lot which has an area of less then 7200 square feet or a width of less than 60 foot at the front of the building set-back line; No dwelling with a flat-roof thereon can be erected or placed on any lot; All dwellings and or garages shall be at least twenty-five feet back from the line of the street, and at least twenty-five feet from the line of the side street if located on a corner lot; No porch, piazza, bay or oriel window, chimney, cornice, gutter, dormer window, sill or sweeps shall extend beyond the building lines; No dwelling or garage shall be placed nearer than ten foct to any side-lot line; All streets designed to have one end permanently closed shall not exceed 350 feet in length and shall provide in each case a turn-around roadway with a minimum radius for the outside curb of thirty-five feet at the closed- end; All streets shall have a minimum width of not less than fifty feet between property lines. Scaled bids with a check for not less than 10 percent of the bid price will be received by the Borough Clerk, Room No. 3, Town Hall, before June 17, 1946, at 5:00 o'clock P.M.D.S.T. The deposit check will be returned to unsuccessful bidders. The successful bidder will pay the bid price on delivery of ,he Warranty deed within 30 days of the sale date. The Borough reserves the right to reject any or all bids or to accept any bid should be Board deem it to be for the best interest of the Borough of Naugatuck. The above notice of sale is published by direction of the Board of Warden and Burgesses at meetings of May 13th and June 4th, 1946. CHARLES F. DALY, C-10-5t. Borough Clerk. PUBLIC SALE TOWN FARM LOTS That portion of the Town Farm property described below as Section A—southerly side of Rubber Avenue and west on the Ellen Thurston property comprising 7 lots and one dwelling, each lot 75 Ccet by 160 feet— • Northerly on Rubber Avenue, Total Frontage 525,45 feet Westerly on Borough of Naugatuck, 160.00 feet Southerly on borough of Naugatuck, 502:75 feet Easterly on Ellen Thurston.100,27 feet ' J and Section B—Northerly side of Rubber Avenue and westerly on Mcadowbrook Home comprising 5 lots, each lot 65 feet by 350 feet- Southerly on Rubber Avenue, Total Frontage 327.35 feet Westerly on Borough of Naugatuck, 150.00 feet Northerly on Borough of Naugatuck, 299.12 feet Easterly on Borough -of Naugatuck, 150.09 feet will be sold separately to the highest responsible bidders. Maps showing the above properties may be seen at the Borough- Clerk's of fice, Room Net 3, Town Hall where scaled bids will be received on or before June 17, 1946, at 5 p m., D. S. T. Each bid will idcn tify the Section and lot number War Veterans shall have prefer enco' if a bid is of the same bid price as non-veterans; The prcs 'ent occupant or occupants of build ings on tho premises shall be granted discretionary preference The successful bidders will pay th bid price within 30 days of th sale date. The Borough reserves the righ to reject any or all bids or to ac cept any bids should the Boarc deem it to be for tho best inter cst of the Borough of Naugatuck. The above notice of sale is pub lished by direction of the Boar of Warden and Burgesses at meet ings of May 13 and June 4, 1946, CHARLES F. DALY, Borough Clerk ESTABLISHED 1885 MEN'S TOILETRIES TO FRESHEN UP AFTER THE SHOWER BATH OR SHAVE AND KEEP YOU IN THE PINK ALL DAY. Gloriously tangy, refreshing pine and sandahvood soap in men's hand shape cakes that are easy__ to grasp in bath or shower, with the masculine Ascent of the Maine forests—talc lotions and scents virile, invigorating and wholesome to assure your social security and comfort, $1.50 to $5.00. G. E. TABLE MODEL RADIOS G. E. KITCHEN and ALARM CLOCKS Order Your Hot Point Electric Appliances HAWLEY HARDWARE 102 CHURCH ST. Telephone 4086 Now In Effect: '. SUMMER STORE HOURS 9 A. M. to G P. M. Daily CITY BAKERY B. r. STOITANI. Mi.pl* St. Tel. 3078 STRATTON'S RESTAURANT 18-20 Park Place ' Open Dally Until 1 A. M. • DAILY LUNCHEONS • AND DINNERS « A LA CARTE MEND Dining Room, Food Bar wid Booth Scrvlc* Full Liquor License EMBRUSKI CLEANER TAILDH 1 431 New Mum si. Trl. SM05 Cnlna CUM FUR STORAGE I Glazing, Rc-niotleliiiK, Etc. I Which life insurance to buy Saving Bank Life Insurance has convenient inexpensive terms. Combined with u bAYJ.NOb ACCOUNT your family will be provided for m case ol emergency. Slop in today and talk it over. NAUGATUCK SAVINGS BANK 1070 tfvWTY FIFTH ANNIVERSARY I94t AUD'CPOUT* FOLLY GUARANTEED^ •»»•<• "P" » »w»»— — — --- ~ - - , Great Oak Farm j OXFORD BOAD Tel. 5M9 ; PERFECTLY PASTEURIZED | MIJLK and CREAM Dfllvcry To All I'nrIB "f XiuiBiU STRISIPS | 10 Center St. Watcrbury, Conn, j FACIAL TISSUE J BOXES — 51.M J EDDIE'S Corner Spring & Diamond Sts, GROCERIES - VKGETABLtSs FRUITS - ICE CRKAM SODA FOUNTAIN SERVICE Frnc Delivery Tel. 4919 Edward Vlaskauckas, Prop. LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED & REPAIRED ,_ . •»Tr»-nT»T»C' Next Tn WlhT. SANZERIS Sa'InBH B,,nk 20 SAVINGS ST. DIAL Highland Package Store 93 Highland Ave. — Tel. 398S Anthony Farr.ir, Prop. FREE DELIVERY Try NEWS Want Ads— % X' ,IV.*>A^ *Jf^*~ff T —**.»• — I All Parts of Nawpratuck COMPLETE OVERHAUL Or a Re-conditioned Motor Installed in Your MERCURY, FORD CAR or TRUCK Prompt service on O.P.A. rate schedules. 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