Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 5, 1941 · Page 1
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, November 5, 1941
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e Two NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5 ? 1941 STATE COMMERCE CHAMBER GROUP TO HOLD MEETING Hartford, N'nv. 5—A mooting of thn nowly appointed r.oniriilHno on American Ihimooracy of the Connection!, Gharnbnr of Commerce has been called by Chairman Alonxo (I. fSrace, coininlHMhinrr and secretary of Die State Hoard of Mdiicutlon, arid \Vin- Ihrop IT, VVhHriey, president of Iho State Chamber, to be held at noon on Monday, Xovemher 1C, at the Hartford Ctuh, Hartford. Thin commlttoe, appointed a.s (.he result of a vote of dlreelors at a meeting held on September Kith, will Htudy and recommt-iKl means by Which the Slate Chamber ran assist in broadenlnK fields of cddc.a- Hon in Connecticut on (lie value of American Democracy with a view to counteracting subversive Influences and other menacing dances (o our American form of govern/will. A special guost at this iimellng will be Dr. Howard M. Wilson of Harvard Unlvorslly, Associate I'rofes- HOP of Mdiicaliori of Hie Depart, rnont of Craduale Kduca-lidii, who lias made a study of Ibis snb.)ee,l. awl Is tho author of several books pertaining ot H, " •'••'•• — ^ | 4pm> »••• Ufdtod Stales' slocks of cork are helleved ftderfimlo to meet all fje- I'onso requirements for tho next two years, tho Department 'of Commerce nays. Social and Personal Britain Saves on Matches \ — Tihja; New Taste-Thriller Costs No More.. Try It! Hero, folks, is n H«lf <S: Ilnlf that's re«//x different I You 1 11 rnvo about its li^Ut, tungy flavor! Yes, light, like P.'O.N. Boor! Tungy, liko P,O,N, Ale! Try ihia swell combintiLion today—in 12 ounce or iu.ll quart bottles — nnd on clrmighi. Chrlntlnu IVlgotmimu Ilrowliig; Cot,. ^ Newark, N.J, A WELL COMBINATION OF 2 FAMOUS BREWS ' i)rs(rlbut(,'(f by ,1081'UMI AJKLLO 'Sholton, -Conn; ' Tul. Oorhy i)^3 .MAUIUACIK INTKYnOXS Marriage Intentions have been Moil »t Lho ol'dce of the WiUcrbury town clerk by Howard Soliooclc; >&1 Piedmont street Walerbury and Rebecca Uuvoy of Fern sired imtl Xeul Tuohy of Scott street and Jane Lnwlor of HrciilwocHl avenue, Wa- toi'bury. HKTU UN'S FUOAJ HOSPITAL Donald Jones, son oi 1 Mi 1 , and Mrs. Mark Jones of Mlllville, \vlio has lujcii a imtlfint at SL Mary's hospital, Walorbury, ban roturncd hoinn. APPLICATIONS OF MAIUUAGH Kour couples have Illod uppllwi- lions of marriage with Kaymond SL. John, tosvn clerk. They arc: Dorothy Oliver and .iNMehokis Gi- ocloli, both of Hill street. Helen IHilkus of Mlllvlllu and John K. Herubu of 14 Sylvan avenue, NYuU'i-bury. Corrine (lerlrmie Rowley of the New llavon I'oad and William Klls- worl.h Ashfoi-d, also of l,hu New Haven road. Stella Amelia M'/iolek of 52 Crown street, Union filly, and I3u- Kf-ne Anthony Orlando of AYaler- Iniry. WERE HELD IN .AT AIM COUPS SCHOOL Thomas Hooy of Walnut sLroot, u riHHiilior ol' Lho United States air r.orpH, ss'ho has boon stationed at ./oirorsou hurracks, Missouri, has heou ti'ftnsferi'etl to tho air corps school In Chicago, 111, MKICTINfl OF ".'JO" CI.UIJ Tho ",'JO" club ol' SL. t'rancls 1 church will moot this evening at 8 o'wlook In K. of C. hull. Uev. George I Minn will Hpt-uk and Joseph Keating,' l., will coniliicl tho meeting. ItKTUItNS TO SCHOOL Miss r.uLhurint! MroHiiahnn, duugh- f.or ol' Mrs, Timothy Hrosnulian of avenue, who has boon a I'ow (.lays at hot- home horc, has rcjsumcd her studies at Hit? Kalherlno Ulbbs school in Now York oily. lUCTUUiNS FHOiVl VISIT Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pctorsoti of Mlllvlllo u venue havo reLurnecl L'i'Oin Pittsburgh, Pa., where they were vlslllng their daughter and son-ln- .law, Mr,, and Mrs. Arthur York, J'or a I'ow days, ELECTION FOR CONGRESSMAN I AY BE HELD SOON Uy United Press Two congressmen, a governor, a lieutenant governor, an attorney; general, l\vo legislatures nnd many Judges, sheriffs and mayors were dueled yesterday. The congressmen wore elected In and. Pennsylvania to fill. iiMcxplrncI terms. In Mississippi, Jamie Yv'hHton, Charleston attorney, apparently defeated L. A. Pyle, New Albany al;- torney, for tho unexpired congressional term of Sen. Wall Doxey, who was elected to complete the term of the Into Sen Put. Harrison. In Pennsylvania, Wilson D. CJMI.ol.- .to, Republican state legislator, defeated George 0," Wutn,cr,, MoiHo.ur County District Attorney, in a J5th congressional district special election' for the im ex pi rod term of tho late flop. Albert 0. Rutherford. Mayor Florello H. La Ciuardla of New York, a Republican, was re- olcctcd, to a third term over Democratic candidate William O'Dwyer, district attorney of King's county (Brooklyn), who -broke the murdei-, Inc., ring. 'Mayor Maurice .7. Ton in of Boston, a Democrat, was rc-elcctecl to ,a second term, defeating ,'lames M. Gur'loy, former Democratic governor and mayor. Virginia elected Colgate W. Harden,.,Jr., governor and William Tuck, lieutenant-governor,' and 're-elected Ah ram P. Staples attorney general. All are Democrats, and the election was only confirmation of the winners of the Democratic 1 , primary. Virginia also elected a state legislature. New Jersey elected as ns.sombly, nnd in Cleveland, common' court .Justice Frank J. Lausoho, a. Democrat, was elected mayor over tho Republican incumbent, Edward Blylhln, Lausche was the first Democrat to \vln a mayoralty election in Cleveland in eight years. o : _ o > A tin n i- •rurr' • A HP OPERATING OFF Trial o Browne Nears End -Sub ma- coast of within sler An- Toronto, N 7 ov. 5—(UP)- ncs are operating off the Newfound hi nd, "actually sight of shore," Navy Mini gus Mac-Donald said today. "Naturally we are attacking I hem whenever we can find them," MacDonald said, adding: "So are the planes of the Air Force Coastal Command. 1 ' ''Speaking in tho'llouse. of Commons at Ottawa last night, flic Minister sunk several enemy undersea raiders. "We usually find them, by sound and attack by depth charges. 11 he explained. MacDonald said the Air j'orcc sights the submarines and attacks with bombs, "but we are working very closely together." MacDonald, accompanied by Chief of Staff Reai- Admiral Percy Nelles, was en route to suburban Onkville to launch a Corvette. New York, Nov. 5— (UP)government, and defense rested today in the extortion trial of George K. Browne and William BiofT after the presentation of testimony by one defense witness. Summations were to start, ini-: mediately after a brief recess, and iL was believed the trial would go to the jury some lime, tomorrow. Brown, president of the International Aliunee of Theatrical Stage 5mploycs (AFL), and Bioff, the union's west coast, ro.present.ut.ive, are charged with extorting from major nini companies:;-^on ' After Your Bowling Stop at ROBINSON'S OPEN ALL, NIOHT Booths.— Rest Room Ladies' Entrance or alco!.voj:-sind:-matches- buri). sulp.hur, so. BiHi.ain•'• has 'set up' public 'gas-fed lighters which burn from 9.A.M. to fr P.M. This Women's Air Auxiliary - Force worker'is:gettinff a light, i'ronvonc of the jets at Newcastle.. ' '•'•'••-"••••'• (Central Press) OBITUARY INCLEVEIM) Mrs. Do.\vlhi{j Hartford, Conn.. Nov. fi,—(UP)— Oov. Robert A, Hurley was expected lodny to call n special election soon in the (ll'tli (Wdturbury) Congressional District to name' u successor to U. S. District ;iudgo J. Joseph Smith, who resigned yesterday as (longnwsmun. Judge Smith was sworn In. as n Kedoral .fudge by U. S. Supremo Court Associate Justice William 0. Moiitflns Into yesterday In Iho office of (I. S5. Sen. t'VnnolH T. Malonoy, his close friend. Sen. John A. Dan- alHM- was prpsont at Lho ceremony. JmlKO Smith resigned as Con- Kre.sHiiuui la a eoniniunicntion to ("iov. Jlurlny yesterday, but the ro- slKfJullon was not disclosed owing io tho governor's absence, Joseph f'/\ Talbot, I'ormoi 1 Stfito Treasurer and now Workmen's Coinpens.'iLlon Commissioner In l,ho Klflli District^ \vas regarded as the prolmblo rippublloan nominee! for tlui Congress post when Gov. Hur- loy culls the special election. Democrats Iiavo not settled on any dullnlto candidate as yet, Mrs. Margaret (Bray) Dowling, widow of Michael Dowling, . died Tuesday afternoon at the home of her daughter, Mrs. James Tbursto/i, GG9 High street where she resided. Besides her daughter, she is survived by four sons, James and Frank of Naugatuck, Leo of Wa- torbury and Harold of Martensburg, W. Va., and six grandchildren. The funeral will be hold Friday morning at. 8;30 o'clock from the homo to SL. Mary's • church. MJnio'ii City, where a solemn, high Mass of requiem will, be celebrated at 9 o'clock. Burial will be in St. James* cemetery. Prlcn.ds may call at the residence after \ o'clock today. , Mrs, AVultei- Noble Classified Ads Briny Uosulls Br II iomas BIOS. •100' MA PUS ST, ' I' SIM Auto Body and Fender Work - Auto Painting 24 Hour . Wrecker Service I II II II II 11 Mrs. Bella Noble, wife oC Waltci Noble, died this morning at hoi home on l.ho New Haven road, feo- sldcs her husband, slid is sui-vlvei by two thiughtcM's, Mrs, William I'Jvcrs oi' Naugatuck, and Mrs. Blanche Davis of P.lnosbrldge and two sons, Byron'and,'Clarence No- blo or iN'auguliiCk. The funeral will bo held Friday from Iho McCarthy Funeral Home, 21 Cedar Street. Other a.rrangomqnt..s will ho" announced later. Tlic funeral homo will be open (:o friends on r riiursflay from 2 to t\ and 7 to 0 and on Friday unljl funeral time. Funeral ilnco-!> Hnurer r The funeral services of Jacob Baurcr, well-known real estate agonf,, who died Monday a I his homo :M2 Gurtlss street, \voro held Tuesday afternoon with'Rabbi William P. 'Oreonfekl of Waterbury ollloifttlng 1 . Burial was In. Lho Brass ntvv CILy Lodge Cemetery —.. ^ « » DOCTOU DIES Boston, Nov. fx—(UP)—Dr. Frederick Taylor Lord, GG, profcsaor- cmeritus of Clinical Medicine nt Harvard Medical School and a pioneer In the use of scrum Cor treating pneumonia,'died at a hospital yesterday'. '-' Clove la nfl; ! Iriallf'ax, British ambassador to l.h United, Stales, was booed by a groin, ot' pie'kols, most ol' whom were women, when ho and Lady Halifax arrived at Oity Hull today to cal-1 on Mayorr hklward 13 ly In in. Yesterday lie was the l,arget for eggs and tomatoes in. Detroit. ''AS Halifax and Lady Halifax arrived hi a oar provided by the''city and started up the City Man steps' they were loudly jeered by a crowd of about 200. Several pickets carried placards with, inscribed! 'comments' erIUcni 1 of the British nnd Mali fax himself. It could not be determined al,' once- 'whether • the women in the cro'vt'.d; were members of tho American Mothers, some of whose loaders, were questioned, by • in Detroit yesterday after the eggs and tomatoes were thrown by a group, of women. Later' police said most, of tho persons in the crowd- were members of tho United Mothers of. America; Neither Lord'nor Lady Halifax appeared disturbed by the demonstration, ami proceeded under police os-. ooi't into th'o Municipal building; A, dctai'l of mounted poll60 , hud cscoj'terl their oar from their hotel and o/Tlcers a'taUonc'd Lhcmsclvcs- near the pickets, but did not disperse them. Thn placards bore such comments 'as "Give us back our Wliil.o House, 1 ' "Halifax As Viceroy of India Put 400,000 Indians Into Concentration; Gamps," "we Won Our Independence in 1770,." "We Won't Shake the Hand thai. Shakes 'Joe' Stalin's'." '.' ; Tho crowd milled about the'en- trance to. the building for a few mo-j menLs after Halifax and Lady Halifax passed through. Lhc doorway, and tit on scattered, ' • : The ambassador and his party arrived early l.h is morning, fnom, Detroit for a three-day .visit, hero, .dur-- ing which ho -will. cbhl-liiuV his Inspection of defense.plants and moofi with civic and church lenders, After the cal.I on Mayor BlyUiin, Halifax was. to attend a luncheon meeting sponsored by tho Cleveland ' fitiri- cration of Labor. Later' In the- day he will meet Archbishop -Joseph Sobrcmbs of the Roman Catholic Gluirch 'and then • confer' wlMr rofj- rcscntativcfi of Protestant' and Jewish groups. SOLDIEIl KILLED Qamden, S. G.,' Nov. 5.' — (UP)~ First Army press relations head-: quarters today announced the doatli Sunday of Pvt. Morris J. Moriai-T-y,; of Springfield, Mass,, attached' to thc ! 104th Infantry of the 2('>th division.' He was killed while driving alone in a borrowed'civilian car at'Garth-' igo, N. C. The car failed, to malic a[ •jurve and went off tho road. His! body was taken to Ft..Bragg; N. G. : Top quality eat* lowest price field Good-looking, roomy, new 1942 New York, Nov.' 5— (UP)— Tnm- 'muny Hal'l was froxen out of Ne\\ York city's government..for: anpthei four 'years todny ;is complete, re 'turns from yesterday's 'muniolpa election assured Mayor Kiorcllo 1-J Lanuardin, "The Little Flower," of his; third; term. To make .matters worse for "Tho Hall," tlic country's best known and most denounced, .political organ.j/.a,- tipn,. voters approved, a proposition that abo.lishes most of the non-fcdr e'r.iil jobs which have 'kepi; it alive during 1 Lhc eight, years LaGuardia has kept tho municipal patronage fac'uo'ts closed to it. w'iliani O'Dwyer, former policeman and- Lhc prosecutor who broke Brooklyn's gang of professional kill>, Murder, Inc., ran the best race of.,the three Democratic candidates vh'o have opposed '.'The Little Klow- ii.',".. but complete figures from the.. jlty'K 4,Q5\) election districts brought i i n i u p 1 ;W,8'i I v 6 l,es si i o r t. La- Guardia's plurality was considered small one. It had- been a strange race. Prcsi- denl, Roosevelt endorsed LaGuardia, his chairman of civilian defense' and of the U. S.-Canndlnn- jouit defense board, who ran ns a Republican, and also as. the nominee of the.American Labor, the Ci!.y Fusion, .and the United CILy parties. Mr. Roosevelt has never had any love for Tammany and New Dealers wore said to; have feared U.ial, a LaGuardia defeat, might be construed as a rebuff of his foreign policy, of which La- Guardia is. an impassioned supporter. O'Dwyer endorsed 1 l;he pi'esi- dcnl/s foreign policy, however, and, it was not a campaign'issue. : Wendell' L. Willkle also 'supported! LaGuardia, but Oov. '.•'• Herbert 'H. Lehman, whom LaGimrdl'tvsupporLetl l.'oi 1 reelection, and '.'/Rmqs'-ArFarJoy,. 'former posl.nm'stcr geiicral, who remains sl;ato Dcrn'ocraLip 'chairman, wenL all Lho way in support, of O'Dwycr. Their • last'-minulie" appeal, Lo New fork's.sixoabl.e ."Jewish- A'oto on .'the aJlogaUori that . ijaGuar(lia ; liarl ciillcrliLonnian 'a-"go'ni.ff J1 ';\vbiciv is YIdd.lsli' foi'\,'Miicf f Syjis cr.qdJtedi holding dowii. LaGuai'dia's plurality. '. r rammairy: ^y'as hurt, by passage, of, the proposition wbich oliinlnatcs' the offices : of-sheriff, and register in, the Dvc coujities! tha^.-'raakc up New York. city. ThcsQ. cpiinly Offices, arc. useless, since-.their nominal func- tion'arc-largely, performed^by.- duplicating municipaU- offices, : but" each of the five sheriffs and registers'ap.-!' pointed-/a. numbei: or deputies and, clerks. Tlic amendment, requires the mayor to appoint a city-wide sheriff <and register from .'tlic civil service lists, Two alternative amendments, proposed- by the ' Democra'tlo city council, which .were designed save, some of;, the jobs/ were pJiatJcaUy'defeated; " ARE ELIGIBLE FOR PROMOTION f The Kennedy Store I (CLEARANCE S ALE O F I DMC Cottons | DUE TO EXISTING CONDITIONS THERE WILL| I BE NO MORE DMC CROCHET OR EMBROIDERY! I COTTONS FOR SOME TIME TO COME, WEl I THEREFORE ARE CLOSING OlJ : T f OUR 1 ENTIRE! STOCK, ABOUT 100 DOZ, WHITE DMC CROCHET Hartford, Conn., Nov. H—(UP) — State Police- lieutenants were announced today as eligible under a merit system examination for promotion to two newly created department posts of disfri'cl, inspest.ors af, an annual salary of §3,720 plus maintenance. The officers were LI outs'. Pnul Lavin, HarU'ord barracks; William L. ScJiaLxman, Bethany bai'racks; Wil.- lai'd E. Bushy, Wost.porl. barracks, and Leo F.. Cnrroll, .BidgeHeld barracks. COTTON. . 1 REG-. 35c BALL for 29c; 4 BALLS for. $1.00 § i EMBROIDERY COTTONS - Reg, 8c— 5c f or 6 for 25c | I TATTING/ COTTONS— Reg. lOc Ball, 8c, or 4 BaUsf 'for 25c.:' EARLY AND ARTICLE. '. ENOUGH TO FINISH THE| i LEGAL NOTICE At a. Cou-rl, of,. Probate held al Naugaluck in and for the disl.rict. of Nau^ai-uck. on Uie. .'il,h day of November, lO-'iJ.. . Present: Hon. D. Em me I Shea, Judge. 13sUil.c of Frank Wrublowski, lat.c of Naugatuck, in said District., deceased. -Joseph R. Talbot, Administrator or the estate, of said deceased, having made application to this Court, for advice and instruction as by said motion on Hie more fully appears: U 5s ORDERED, Thai;, said, application be heard, arid dclcrmihed nl, a Court of Probate to. be held a.L Naugaluck, n the Town of, Naugaluck, in said Disl.ricl, on. t,hc eighth day of November, JtMJ, at .10:30 o'clock in. the 'oronoon: and thai, public, notice of the. pendency of said application and of the Lime and place of the hearing thereon, be given by publishing this order one Lime in some newspaper having a circulation in said District, and that further notice" of Die pendency of said application be giyqir 1,6 tho Commissioner of Welfare 'of the State of Connecticut, by depositing in tho post office all, Naugatuck, in said District,, postage prepaid; a true and. attested; copy of said application and of this, order addressed. Lo Iho Commissioner of Welfare at Hartford, Connecli- cul, before the Dth day of November, 19-iJ; and due return make. . D. EiVJMKT SMKA, Judge. jl-5-clJ. Advertising To Rent TO '1USNT—iriirnisheil room at 47 Ward street.''Telephone 20-i'.). TO Hli.NT—l r oj' men only, single or double I'ooni,. al) conveniences, oi heat and continuous hot water Telcphone 47.90. . U-'i-d5 TO UKN' able for Central two people. avenue. room, Inquire suit- at 57 TO HKNT — One"cii».2 rooms, furnished or unfurnished, single, dpuble or.couple. Home privileges, but no sc'i'vicc. •"Must bo reliable, "Call this Avec.k.. only,, at GO City Mill street, Union City. ' to cni- Many special Studebaker features at no extra cost! Finest materials and craftsmanship! Remarkable gas and oil mileage! Low repair costl Ipp iwwl^ Naugatuck Battery & Auto Service 124 SOUTH MAIN ST. TEL, 4878 CHAMPION .. COMMANOCR . *Th«sb »r« 'd«l|v««'d prkM'st'lictwyj'Swil B«nd, Indian*! « of Ocltt»r 28, 1941.; FidwM <»x ineludtd. Prkw ind/MMclMUtiom. udjtcl.' (o chine* without nodc*- 1 ^! StwMMktr <}«*•* ' •itV I ;«rUl IMUlA.CWUUfll. C.I.T. tMMt. . JLEGAL ; NOTICE ' : '' •' ''•' ' ' ; _L— -i. '•'•••' District. or.,fNiiu{;atuck'j ss. Pi'obnto Court,' 'November.! 5; 194L ESTATE. '0 F Maria Ho yrtsl o; la te of Boftcoii; Pallsvin ; said Disti'ict, deceased. ?•:'•"• ' '• • ' •" The. Admiiijstrator baving t exhibited his administration account with 'said estate to this Court. Ipr alloNyancc, il : is • ORDIDR.IOD— That!;t.he Sth day p!f November A. D. 1941, at 10:00 o'clock in the.. J'pr.euopn at the Probate office in Naufi-atuck, 'be and • the same is assigned for a' hearing^bn. the allowance of said Administration Account with said 'Estate, and this Court directs the Administrator to; cite all Persons, interested therein -to ^ap r Dear at said; time and placp. by pub r'ing . til is order 'in : .sqnie- neiys- paper ; p ub 1 Ish cd i n .'. Ne\y , Haven f Gqunty . and- .having, a cir.cujaij.on; in If said Disti;ict,'4nd by pos'tin'g a'"c6pyV ''' LIQUOR PERMIT Notice of Application ThJs .is to give notice that, 1, .Arthur Licbcrman of 34 Ward street, Naugatuck,, Conn., have filed an np- plicaLion dated November /i, iO-'ii.with, Iho Liquor Control Commission for a Package Store Permit for the sale of alcoholic liquor on . th promises at 88 Church street, Nau gatuck, Conn. The business i owned by Mollye Lieberman of 5 Bank street, Seymour, Conn., ant will he conducted by Arthur Liebei man of :W. Ward street, Naugatuck Conn., as permittee. ARTHUR L1BDEHMAN, Dated November 5, J9-'ij. 11-5&12 LIQUOR PERMIT Notice of Application This Week's SPECIAL 3 PC. Modern. Waterfall ( Bed- Room Suite / Genuine Walnut Veneer $59.95 $6 r OO-Down—-$1.00. per Week 3 i?c, Maple Bed Room Suite Colonial Style $49,95 $5.00 Down—$1.00 per Week NAUOATUCK FURNITURE CO. 25; SOUTH MAIN STREET WANTED—A rui-nlsluul i-obiu. 'In. Naugaluck by Anierican •young lady. Centrally, located. Address Box "0" in care of The News. 4 - ANTED — Woinau foiv. oookttig and goneriil liou'sowork. in Gi1t!i w oHc rectory,, out of town.- Address Box "A" cb News Ofllec. • "•' ';'-.'•• CAUAIEN'S, .Custom Tailor. •; Coujls shortened, GO cents; drc^slis? sliov- .tcned 30 .cents. T.'i) coats and. overcoats $10.50 -uj], - Phone W4957. 147 South Main street, Naugatuck,'' ' ' For Sals SALE—Part or all of. my f<*rm in Bol.hany bfttvvecii the Bethany airport and tho slate police bar-, racks. Apply to KuUc M ICreil, ' in cx- Singer b'OK. .SALE-rr'Uscd ftn-nlture. cellonL condition,, iiioluding* sewing m.ichlho, crib, almost new, large iind pJuy pen, hu^gy, comblnnMon cliiiJr and sl.rpller,- library 'desk, hard wood witli side, and bottom shelves, Boos cedar ch as t, whlio enamel ice box, small, powerftil cloctric fan. No reasonable offer- refused, all ca^sb am], carry, week only. Apply at' GO City street, Union City. 'Olt SALIC— Nine piece dining suite, excellent condition, Will soil rensonubhi. Apply ii Goodyear avenue, ie'lephbbc'-ViJ>12 v ; This, is to give notice that I, Harry Plisidn of [33"Bank'street; Seymour, .Conn., have filed an application dated No.vembeV"4, 10 : ii, with the Liquor Cohlrol Commission for a Package Store Permit, for the sale of alcoholic liquor on. the premises, 23 South Main street, . Naugatuck,. Conn. Tlie business is owned by MoJlye. Licbermaj) of 53 Bank, street, Seymour, Conn,, and will be conducted,by Harry Piiskin of. 53-.Bank street, Seymour, Conn., as permit-: tec., HARRY PLISK1N. Dated November 5, 1941. LATE MODEL CARS Will Soon Be Scarce 1MJ Deluxe Ford 19*40-'Lincoln Sedan 1939'Lincoln Scdnn : -IfWfl Mercury Sedan 19U7 Lincoln Sedan 19//0 I>od]i'c~ I-Ton Panel •1940 1-Ton Ex|)re,ss JfJ ( 'J9 1-Ton Stake All Good Buys THE NAUGATUCK FUEl Co. FORD — MERCURY LINCOLN — Opening- Evenings — FOR. SAMS— mi Chevrolet coach ' in good condition. Call 3951. , ' • Metal Ceilings GuLtcrsl Leaders,, Tinning, Dooflnp and Furnace VVork, JAMES BAKER Telephone 2555 26 Bradley St. Nangatuck, Conn. .^^ , of Beacoii : _-F.aris,/. whe'r.e the accqase.d' ' last dwelt, Jorrd by send/ng/ post.a ; ge Rrepaiicii' ; ?a" like' hpUpevtb^aisli^qf 'the ic'n p >yn ' ' h el rs'r.: -reslcl i ng : 6'u tside •; tl^is Oi.s'ti'i.p.t at . least '' : tw'o -'days.V;' before, : said : "day • assigned. ' '.Jf''. '^ ; ! •!>/ ' : :y! I .'' ', "'. D;, Emmet' Shea 1 , 'Judge"! •' "'' ''*'''" ' '"'•• "-'" Clnssifiod^AdsV Bring Results 22 PARK PLAGE 451 SPECIAL RENTAL OFFEO Ne.w Reminjrtpn; ija.OO j>ei- mo.—$5.6o> 2. months ROSE & MORTON, Inc. •41 Lenvenworth St. Phone 4-4134 AVntcrhUry -.-'"'' '.'.'. 10-22-dG FOH '.SA.LB— A- 5 burner;. New Pfjr- fectlon , oH fitovc In good condt-, lion.' Also wine press and; Sa'ueiv : kraut cutter. Gall 3GOO for further information. il-3cir3. F0« SALE— One r.c (I is Cored Toffcti- berg buck goat. Apply William Krodel, MillvlUe or .ca'Jlj 5154' for appointment. . •' ;. f FOU SALE— I fiinjily, G room ' on Highland avenue, 2-car garage, $4700.'- also, %, family 10-rcom house on May street, $4500. John Healy, 118 Church street, telephone 5031. FOR SALE—SWEET pressed dally from sound Gel yours? for Hallowe'en, at V^.'P. Schlldgen's. Cider Mill-on. the.New Haven road. Also- custom pressing,- FOH SALE—A 5 burner New, fecUion oil. stove in good conrl. Uon. Wine press and sauerkraut - cutter; Gall 3GOO for further information. ••••-.-• 11-3(13 For Your Comfort, and 'Appoamric« Stoi) at the CENTRAL BEAtlT-Y SHOP or phone 2980. fop uppo|n't- mcnf. G Onk SJ.rcet, ' ""'.' '- r -; >v OH : SALK —^ ; 8, rooin • one.-fartilly -, house, all improvements. to,t Wx 350; Must, be sold. Asking Wlty. 5 room one family house-.on : J^|II- ville Aye, Vacant - at present.' Priced very-, reasonable. A. Shep-,' ley. Tel. 2433. • , ' • ; v St. Pierre and St.. Pierre and; Miquclon; island! •; off.- the, southern coasti of NewfpundK land,"; have; an unusual', hiistory^ They, were, Krench-in 1680, Brjti$h in 1702; 'Drench 'in 1763; ; ; British; in' Frchch again in 1,783;''British 1 Ji French/ in 1802;;; British in; 1803 and Trench - again 'in 1814,' sinci:^whid|i> time possession has not^chahged^. •-.' FOR ; SALE—A' 10-room ' house, location High s tree t/ 16^00. ' : , , bw slrieet, $8,500^ : A ; G.-rpbm' 'X-tym-',: ' ' ., on '. Meadow strce t ; $12,000. •Agi*. ; room . 3-f anil ly House;, /•'on- Caroll street, ',$7,800;, ' A ' 1-rponi-l l-fa ,h,quse;- and, garage ; on}" the.. r -' : stree.t;iu;lo'wnV'$7,SOO.. If you-vvairt- '• to buy, r " build r br sell,; see; •TPa.^' Lab rlola, your real tbr, 172 Hi street ; or

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