Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 4, 1941 · Page 1
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, December 4, 1941
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NAITGATTTCK DAILY NE^S, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1941 SEN. NYE IS BOTH BOOED AND CHEERED S. r/ynn, Mass., Dec. /i—(t;iM— U. Son. Oorald P, Nye, (H) N. N., <!'-•Hus President Hoosovclt to ask congress for a declaration of war. Nyo told an America First corn- mltteo rally hero last night t/iat the spirit of the American people is so opposed to war that the president would he unable to obtain a majority vote. BOOM i(ml o boors greeted Nyo's words In the halt while pickets carrying Interventionist placards paraded outside. "Wo all want defense," he said, "And wo all detest HI Her. t am fighting against the (lucupllon of those who talk oriu way and then act another, of those who promise one thing and deliver another, of thOHo who would Injure, and destroy the efforts of the government and i»f those who would wear down the patlonoo of the American people to the end that a morn minority might sway the American poo.plo towards "war." Social and Personal ICMI'LOYKS TO Hartford, Corm,, Deo. / tf — (UP)— Tho Underwood - Klllott - Klshor Typewriter cjo. today announced "a year-end additional payment" of about a week's salary will be distributed to all salaried and tim fi workers In fho plant on Deo. 24. More than DOCK) employes will benefit by the distribution. Af/l'AH SOCIETY ML'ETING A special mooting of St. Mary's Altar society will bo hold In St. Ma'ry'rf church tomorrow overling at 8 o'clock to lake action on Ihu death ol' lliL-lr helovod member, Mrs. Anna Gallagher. CI.UH 17 PAH'I'Y Club 17, of the United States Rubber company, will hold a Christmas parly at the Valley restaurant on North Main street on Sunday, Dec. 14 at. 1:30 p. in'. Th'u arrangement committee consists of Henry Hodman, chairman; Michael Wargo, llolH'i'l Woods, William Mill and Frank Bul>er. It Is expected that 125 members svlll attend. I'.AHTY DKCttMHun 13 The 'Waterproof Gum Gutting department of the United States Hubbe r company will gather at St r.norgo's hall, Linden Park, Union (,,'ity, '.m Saturday, Deuember 13 J'oi H Yuloll(U) piirty. An excellent musical program has been arranged fo't tin; occasion during which vocal solos will be rendered by Peggy Harper, Mario WalTo and Jean Cwlll- c husky. meeting will start at 8 o'clock with William Brush, Master, presiding. The program, will be in charge' of Mrs. Mary Richards, L'ecturer. KE,\ 4 N f K I)Y CJ H C LE AI E ETl'NG A regular meeting of Kennedy Circle, Daughters of Isabella, will be held tomorrow evening at S o'clock in Hibernian hall.' The meeting will be followed by a social hour and .all' members are requested to 'attend. 1,V : NKW YOHK CITY Miss iOleanor Stein of Spring street, Union City, treasurer, and olhei 1 members' of the Sow-Sew club enjoyed a shopping trip to Now York cilLy recently: OFFERS TUITION FREE TO STUDENTS OBITUARY Michael F. AVnlsh , Michael. .P ftHOI* UAHLY Last Call FOH — Persona -1 i z e d CHRISTMAS CARDS Fines-t Showing Ever Davis & Nye, Inc. (10 HANK STHKKT WATI3HHIMY, - Cl.'HS PACK MKK The Cubs, a division of the Hoy Scouts, will hold thuir monthly Pack rm:ollng tomorrow night In the Con- gi'dKatlonal parish house tit 7:30. John W, Ifayoy, Jr., wishes to again remind each boy attending, to have at least one of his parents with him. CIHUSTMAS PAKTY, DKC. 17 J()S(;ph Monglllo has been ap- poinlod chairman of the. Gum Shoe department's a n n u a I Chris lirias party, which will he held at the Pariullse Inn, In An.sonla on Wed- noHday, Decomber .17. Assisting with arrungeinents for the alTalr will be: Mrs. Nora Bros-sler, Airs. Margare.t Maxwell, Currnola Morlo, Ruth Kreneh, Hobby Boraull and Cluudc Travers. A lar MKKTS TOAJOHHOVV SLi|)|ier will proceed the regu- moelitiK ol' the Beacon Valley in Grunge Hall tomorrow night. It svlll be .served by the worn en's team which recently lost U- tl'.o men's Loam In Ihe annual oom- ietlllve. campaign. The business PATMSNT AT ST. .lohn Dwyer of Johnson street, who recently underwent an operation at St. Mary's hospital, Waterbury, is reported as improved. ANNOUiST.K lilKTIl , Mr. uiul Mrs, Joseph G on ski oC. 150' Cherry street announce the birth '6f a son, Sunday, November M, at St. Mary's hospital, Waterbury. Mrs. Gofiski was formerly Miss Helen Tarnowski. JUNIOR CLASS DANCE FRIDAY The Acquaintance dance of the Junior class' ; of NaugaLuek high school will be held tomorrow evening at the high school auditorium. Music will be furnished by the Mayfalr orchestra of eight pieces and the committee, headed by the officers of the class, William Ford, Louis Qulnn and Alice Clark, has completed all plans for .tho affair and hopes that there will be a largo (lUcndane'c. Tickets may be secured at the high school' office or from the students. CJOES TO CINCINNATI JacksonviMe, Via., 'Dec. 4—(UP).— latcher Rollio Homsley. was pur- hasctl today by the Cincinnati Reds rom the Cleveland Jndians in a ,traight casli ti'ansaction. Autos In Rumania There are only 20,000 automobiles in Rumania. In Bulgaria there are 2,314 passenger cars and in Greece there are 7,000. ,• High school and preparatory school students in New Haven rCounty arc eligible Lo compete'Top • r { Connecticut scholarships gran 1 ;Ing free tuition at Bensselaer' 1 Polytechnic Institute, Troy, N. Y.,' oldest "and one of the largest engineering' and science schools in the country. The scholarships arc awarded "through Connecticut TU?I alumni. The scholarships are good for four years, provided the. winners maintain high standards of .Work and conduct. Each is the equivalent ,of 91800-in cash. ' . ' Sl/udent candidates should ho nominated by the principals of the schools they attend. Selection of the winning candidates will rest with .the Alumni Association, subject, to the approval of the admissions committee at Hensselacr. Nominations arc based on scholastic achievement and qualities of leadership. Nomination blanks may. be obtained through P. C. Badgley,. 7(5 Pear! street, Hartford, who Is chair- rnnn of Ihc committee, and through the following committee members: Robert S. Brust, New Haven, Edward C. Rising, West-'Haven, Gii'iv don F. Chat/leld, New Haven, Henry; T, Moeckel, Jr., Naugatuck,, George H. Schneider, 'Torrington, Dyvlght W. Footc, West Hartford, .l.ohn. 'H. Stoutenbcrg, New- Britain, Prank 'G. Holmes, 'Bridgeport, Walter G. Ov T cracker, PairlVeld, Allan D. Cojvlri, New London, Donald. H. D.uMotH, CSroton, and Walter Abbe, Jr., South Wind ham. The Scholarship winners may take any one of . the. following engineering courses'at Borissclacr; Acro- nautlcal, Chcmico.l, Civil, ElcctyLcal Industrial, ^ Mechanical, Metallurgy ca 1; o r A rch i tec tu re, B us i n ess Ad - miivistration, Biology,"' 'Chemistry Physics. . ..... . ..-•.' —: •» * »—- • : L1NDnBRC.II TO SPEAK ^ Boston, Dec. *.—(UP);—Char left ;A Lindbergh will address an .America hMrst rally liere Dec. 12 in the Hrs't step of a new "nation-wide, offensive" against war, it was announced today by ...-Paul -KUliam , Jr vi - looal director ofr'tho 1 "! Walsh of S3 . Cole "Uied yesterday morning at St. .Mary's hospital. A native of Na : ugatack,.Mr. iWrilslrliad lived iivAyaterbury. the last 65, years. .He was the son of the late Garrett and Mary Ashe Walsh. ?v Jr.. Walsh, was employed by the American Brass Co., at the Grand street office fur 22 years. He _ was an able baseball player, having .played' with Hartford and with the ' Buffalo, N. Y. teams. During his baseball day's he playe-d with Connie Mack, whom he remained friendly with until his death. He always visited with Mr. Mack at the world series. Mr. Walsh- was a commuicant of the Immaculate church and- a' member Name society of the also was a member Rose Hill volunteer lire TO BE SENTENCED SCREEN STA1 NEARLY MOBBED BY ADMIRERS Conception of the Holy parish. He of the ok company. Ham 1 are three' sons, J. and George 0. Prank Clark of Bridge- and a grandchildren Survivors P., Albert sister, Airs, port; four nephew. r rhc funeral will be held from the Borgln funeral home,; 290 East Main street,' Saturday morning 1 at 8:30 o'clock to St. Patrick's church whore a solemn high Mass of rc- eiLiium. '.will be celebrated al t . 0 o'clock. The Mass will be celebrated at St. Patrick's due to the 40-hours devotions being observed ahv the same time at the Church of the .Immaculate Conception. : Burial 7 will be in the family plot in' Calvary cemetery. Friends may call ul; the funeral, home today .and tomorrow. ' ''"'' ' : : Funeral oj? Airs. Celia Mulvcy . Tlie'funeral, of Mrs:'Cell a (McKitis) iMul.vey, former' resident o'f Nauga- .L.upk,;-i\yhQ; died,"Tuesday evening; at St.-Raphael's hospital, New Haven, w,Ul be-, hold Friday morning from' I/he.M.-it Walker and Sons, funeral home, Chapel' street, New Haven, to St. Brcndon's church, where a solemn, high-. Mass will be celebrated ; at 0 a. in." -..-...- Hartford, Conn., Dec. 4—(UP) — Former Postmaster Thomas H. Hillery of Hazardville pleaded guilty in U '.Si District court late yesterday on a charge of embezzlement of $57-'i in. government funds while serving as postmaster. U. S. District Judge J. Joseph Smith' will pass sentence next Monday^ Hillcry resigned 1 several' ' weeks ago. Theodore R. Platt,; auditor on (.he estate deportment, of the First National Bank and. Trust Co., Bridgeport, pleaded 'guilty to embezzling about 83,400. His case was continued to January 0 for disposition. Joseph L. Woo tors, Watcrbury, and Abraham Katz, Danbury, will be tried Dec., UV on charges of conspiracy to violate the national stolen property act, transportation of $5,000 worth of stolon goods from Pennsylvania to Connecticut on September J5, and receiving stolen goods at Wnterbury. Woo tors pleaded not guilty on the first.count;'and guilty on the second and ^thlrd. Kalz pleaded not guilty .tin nil'counts. ' In a companion case, "NVopters; and Theodore A. Lane, Derby, were charged; with transportation of 95,000 worth of stolen 'electric -.razors from Wnterbury to Philadelphia on Aug. 31. AVooters'pleaded guilty, and Lane not guilty.' Dec'. 10 was set for disposition of. ,tbe : cases'. V , .'.-, •,'• — • ».> ' ' r-r-- 1 " . Boston, Dee. -i— (UP)— An estimated 20,00- persons jammed the lobbies And auditoriums of Loew's Slate ant Orpheinn Theaters ami surrounding stn.'ots for a glimpse of featured stai Hobort Young at the world premiere ot "H. M, p u fli am| Esquire," police reported today. The oflleittl premiere was at the Si-ale Theater, but Young later visited (.lie Orpheunv Thealer where ho nearly was mobbed by feminine nd- niircrs, including squealing, pencil- clinching school-girls.. Young's ;it lorn pi lo speak througli :» defective microphone on the. Slate sliJge drew roars of Inu.ahlor from an audieiM? that, included socialites, ami hand-holding sweel- s\vcaii»rs, 1, p. Mai-ijuard, who wrolp on |.|] 0 traditionnl con- of Hack Bay IBpslon and life, also was introduced. of persons were impressed. soldiers heart.s in Author Ills satir •"'rvaUsm Harvard A lot "y Ihn HoHywood ciltter (h.-ii sui 1 rounded the premiere, but one overworked policeman, detailed to guanj Voting, was not. SI riving lo hold back one. impatient girl who kept saying, "Bui. it's Robert Young," Hie policeman said in n bored tono: "1 know it's Robert Ypung. } saw ,. gtim- elVowfn'g young 'ni!s§; ^But don't, let it, bother youi because it didn't bother me." OFIHCEUS CHOSEN Bridgeport,, Conn., Dec. -i.~(UP)_ Hudson K. Weigold,; Ml;. Cannel, today became president ot.the Connecticut bakers association, lie was elected at. a convention, last night. L. A. McDonald, Bridgeport, treasurer, and Charles 15. Barr, \Vost kiryi were reelecled. HERE'SW/C/C Try3-purpo«« Va-tro-nol. It (I)shrinks swollen membranes, (2) soothes irritation, (3) relieves transient nasal congestion ... And brings great* er breathing comfort. ui* You'll like itl Follow *•* directions in folder. wA'TllO-IIOl After Your Bowling Stop at ROBINSOmS OPEN ALL NIGHT Booths — Ladies' Rest Room Entrance Funeral of Airs. Gallufjher -.-. Tlie fiin'erai of Mrs: Annie (Brady) Gallagher, wife of Charles Gallagher, ..yy]i'o..;.dled-.>ycdncsday 'at the Wd'ter- ;IJUry ; Ji.aspTtlVl ; ,:;wilL be; held 1 Saturday njli^.^at''''^'^; fro in- tlie .homo 1 ' of sistei,:,; Mns^ Mary Browster, of rcel;,' to St. Mary's church, City, .where a solemn'.high be celebrated at JO o'clock. ..BuiiialVwHl: be in St'.' James' cemetery. v",'' ; ..''•' Funci; OFFICIL Otto U. Ho/rniaii I'funeraK, service's, for' Otto : , Henry Hoffman, 57, who died 'suddenly Tuesday morning ,at, his home, 130 ttV,2 ! o'c/ock; from the- Alclersop f[/- ; rierttl' .home', 201' ' MoaVlo'w' street; Re\v Arthur F. Lewis, rector of St. Michael's Episcopal churqhl officiating., /iritormcn't was in •Tlili- sic/e, com e Lory. - ! ; '' ; :'Services' 'Were cpnclucted at the! funeral home last \evcning at 8' o'cl.q.ckjjy. Centennial..lodge, No. .100, 0. 1^,;-of'.-which the deceased, was a m cipher. palllD.Qa^rers .were George Wggieswo?,'tlr, 1 , Herbert Gburchill, Herbert Bohlin, [George Kuhn, Fi-ank Watcrhqusc and'.'Stanley Dibble,, ail '• ifiembcrs'-of Centcrmial lodge. REMEDIATED .Bristol, Conn., Dec. 7— (UP)— Officials of the Mine,. Mill and Smelter Workers Union (CIO)' af'tbe. Bristol Brass Company informed Governor Hurley today , a 1 Ih'rcatened; strike'. lias been, called, off to perm'it Federal ihcdi'at'iori. of union demands . for a five cents .an- hour wage increase ...and 'a union sho'p. ... ..-'.". ' Governor : Hui'Tey' appealed late yesterday to botli b.nron, , anrl company oAlcials to federal scl- tJemcnt of \'he' dispute. About'' 4 50- persons, arc employed at the pl-nn-t, \yhi.cli.Js .engaged ^01.1 , niany s national (icfcnse; order^.^ ...'/. ,' ;J' S .•"•'TO BE LAUNCHED 3 Lucky Numbers Drawn From This Store in tlie First Day of the GIFT DAYS SALE All Coupons a/re retained for each drawing'. Do Your Xmas Shopping* Early. First Gift Days Number On Wednesday—43,757— Came From Here, the Lucky Gift Days Store. pec;, 4.—(UP')—The U. S. destroyers Esii'Je .ancl' 'Dorqn./.will be ••launched'at Boston Navy yard Wednesday, ii, was .announced by tlie Commandant's, office, today. , "! The Kiii'lc, named for roaisa'dmiral Ralph 'JiJarle, a world war hero who died two years ago, will be sponsored by his daughter, Mrs. John Fore Mines Jr., of Ardmoro, Pa. . The Doran.'inonied J'or chief.mas- John" James Doran, a Spanish war hero, .will be sponsored by his sister, Mrs. Patrick J. Hurley of Boston.' The Kennedy Store ^^ /Hf 7 • jC • J Classified •r - ..... v Advertising Lost To Rent Now is the time for you to get part of that Christmas list off your mind — and Gift Days offer you the opportunity of the year to interpret this vexing- problem. Gans, as usual, is headquarters for Toys, and this year we have thousands to select from — toys of all kinds and for all purposes. Toys for the tiriy tots arid toys for the more grown-up youths, and a great selection of Dolls, Carriages, Etc, This year promises to be a big year in Bicycles, Velocipedes of various kinds, Ice Skates, Roller Skates, and sporting goods of all kinds, We are featuring dt fine selection of Christmas items for the house as electrical goods and various types of household needs. Come in during Gift Days^/AsiJke'yoiir selections from our great stocks of Christmas merchandise arid we will reserve your choices until wanted. t'Mi > £?.. Anna. Ma .\Vljf tqh'l 11, wife, of Mi Ifqrd .Hchill/- >0 f .Contois' road, SI;r;vl|$Yi]le > ; i \yhp ;; :-djed Tuesday 'at ,,. _^,.,,_ ,:V....,..,'.. -.•.'--•1.,,,., ' ioqn 01 JJG coii- SarueT . B.udde, 'chapel,• Wa tcrbu ry. come'" : :" '. !: W. Whiteh!]'], a sqii,.;Vxas:inadycrtqnt]y omitted from 1 s'tfl'v'ivihg'member's of the family, of,.Mi's 1 . .Whitciiiir published in The Daily News .yesterday. PANTHER SOUGHT HbYcicn,' Mass., Dec. 4. — (UP)—' hunters ami. sliatc pb]],ce' ! sea'rchcd woods, in this' area for : .a. "big. ^Dlack panther 1 ' Joel . L. Hodges Jr. reported. at the.reaiv'.of his home. NOTICE • The Democratic electors of the town of Naugrttuclc are requested to meet in caucus and convention in the town hall building on Monda the Stli day of/December,' 1041 at 8 p. nl., for the purpose of electing delegates to the congressional convention of the fifth congressional district to be held at tbc : city hall, Torrington, Conn., on' Saturday, the 20th day of December; J9-U; al;'2 p. hi., to'.nominate a candidate for the office of representative from said district in the congress of the ; United States, . to be voted for at 1 a spopin.l election.called for that purpose on. .Thursday, the 20th day of .January 1942. ,......, By order of the Democratic Town Committee. MATTHEW SCULLYr . Chairman. -., • l-12-rJ3; LOST — Hank IJ'ook, No. '/i 1,710 on Naugatuclc Savings Bank been' lost. Any person Having cl-ai'ins on said book is called' upon to present' lite same to the bank within two months or the same book wilj be declared enn- eej.leil and extinguished, and a new one issued in lieu of. Dated at Naugatuck, . November G, 19-'iJ. Nov. 20, Dec. -'i Ihorc- Conn., Wantod today which seeing STORE OPEN THURSDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS : Persons in' Hoispifals' ' • In 1938', 9;421V075:patIehts' were ad- mitYedj't'o hospitals, and one in every 14 persons became, a hospital -bed pa'ftehf;,' ' '" • ; - v - ; .. NOTICE NAUGATUCK,: CONN., APPLICATION TO" SELL'-; REAL . ....—.,.. , •jgSTA.TB District 1; of 1 Nauga'Luck'., : . .SS. , _,'.'. Probate'Court, . '... December /*, 19-U. . .Bstaiic. .Qf-;.T.h.q,n}as.-..SwpQney.,, late of., Naugatuck;. .within said. District (deceased).'.'•..'.'.'.' v "., ' , -. . • '.., , 12AS, : ApplicatiOn;.;iias ,.lVeen' lliiS'Co.urrfor permission, toj sell cei.;taln : rcai'. es.tate be'longingjo, said, ^ asj ^application' on' 'file appears, it.'Is'..' , r . ( i',' That the fdre : going : he Jy t««. tu .Liu. •cOjj.ermi'ned at. the 'Pro-; bate Ontce 'in. sale! NaugaCu'clc;.on the: ith day of December, A.p. lQ'4'f;-. at O.'o'clp'tk iir" the- forerfob'n 1 of iliat ay;' and'' tills' Court dirbcts-.Lhe Ex- tecutrjx' to giv.e public -liotiec of t'fie :{pen.dchcy of said . application; 1 ."an'd' ithbv'timc and .plac'p of hearing, thereon, Iry' publishing a notice" thereof ,one time,.bcfore the- 5th day of •Da- •c'emlier, A'.D'. 1941,'; in-some.newspaper tliavlng a circulaU6'n ; 'in said" District. Signed • ;; . . ,D. EMMET SHEA,--. , ... -. . - ; Judge. ..- LEGAL NOTiCE ; The. .Electors, of i,hoi Town of i; Na.ugatuck are..requested to' meet" in 'Caucus on Tuesday, Dcc- emb.qr 9, 1941;, at 7.:30 o'clock p.m. i;h .the Xpllpwfn/5'places:" ; ' \ First Ward--T9wn! Hall building; Second. Ward—Odd- Fellows bui'lrf- ing; t Third: Ward—PpjJsh^Ajrierlcan Club, Union. C'ity; for': the purpose of electing dclegat'eiS!- to the town oonven'fiTon -which' \yill be held in the. Town- Hall building, at 8- p.m on Tuesday, December• 0, 1941.. . ... • The town.' convcntioiL, wil] olecl; delegates v to attend the, Fifth- Dis- t.r i c; t . ..Congressional',, co.nvention' which will be.: held at the Hotel Elton, Watcrbury,, on .Saturday, December 20, }: $4.i at |1. o.'clpck a.m. .Signed: ' .Joseph, a Raytkwich, Jr.. . .Chairman.. Republican Town Corn mi Ucc. ' 12-3d3 GARMfSiN'S, Custom TiUlor. Coats , shortened, GO cents,; dresses shortened 30 cents. Top coats ,an-.l overcoats $i(i.!)0 up. Phone 49IV7 147 South Main street, Naugatuck. 9-24 tf WANTED — Pin hoy. Apply An• ncnbcrg's Bowling Alleys, Church : street. ,* .J2-'nrj .i HELP WANTED—MALE SHEET METAL .MAN—Familiar with Sheet Metal Work in connection with Hoofing, such ns Hash ings, gutters, dow.nspouts, . skylights, etc;' Good soldering, ability essential. Central Connecticut. Stale age, experience, rate. Address Box - "DV-, . The Naugatuck. .Daily News. ' J2-4-d3 TO UttNT—Nieely furnished for two. Jadics, Apply J50. No street. I rooni TO UKN^r — - Two f uVn'Ishcil' rooms for light huusek(,M;j)ing v Private eniranci 1 .,' newly decorated, rcas- onablo. Tel. .'.087 or apply l.o 15ilr wai-d Williams, -i-i Cliff street, ' TO KENT — rurnishort room, liented and garage with heat. Gentleman preferred. Apply 82 Now, street extension or telephone 3255. WANTED — (iJrl, full or pnrf. <h))«, for general housework. Heferenees. • Address. Box "B" in cure, of. The News. J2-2-d2x. Box WANTED— Girl, to care fo Live in or at home. Address "A"' in care of The News'. For Sale WANTED— Ypunfl innn. for .full lime : woi'lc. in local liquor store.. Must • be over 21 and have driver's license. Apply at Harry's Liquor Shop, 23 South Main street, or Pop's Liquor. Store, .24 Church ' street. ' " J2-4-dG FOH SALE-rTwelvo Inrflii li.uilclinff sites now available on new development In- center of Bethany. All conveniences, within 300 yards of school and church. Restricted. Also, 35 acres and 3-room, • one mile from Bethany airport. Good' buy for quick purchaser. For appointment, caU J. \V. Bowman, telephone 4(5%, Naugatuck. 12-2-d.G. FOK SALE — Krimhle . screeiied' In crib. Call' p. m. . kiddie coop 39G7 after 0 Delivery Trucks Reconditioned and Rcu'dy lo Go! . 1037 Ford Pfcknp. 13,30.Plymouth Pickup •JU41 F6;'d. 4,-cyl. .Pickup ; ' 193.C Clievrolct,, Sedan Delivery , 1938 Ford'.. .1-ton. Pnnc.l ; 1940, Dodf/c- Irtpn, Panel 1940 Ford 1-ton 'Express ... 1939 Ford, 1-ton Slake ! 1041- Ford 4-ton Stake THE NAUGATUCK FUEL Co. FORD — MERCURY LINCOLN, .'«, — Opening: Evenings — FOR SALE—Lnr(re crib, color brown. Good comlilion. Price 9J5.00. Apply Misak Aorkian, 290 High street, top floor. 12-t-dG. FOR SALE—Two , family house, 8 rooms, $3,200, JO .room ho.usc, $4200; C room, . house, S4, r )00. -Apply-John J. Mealy, teh 5031. ' Funeral Home PERSONAL SERVICE 22 PARK PLACE Teleplidtie 1 SPECIAL RENTAL New Reminffton • Portahlcs $3.00 per nip.— $/).OQ 2 months ROSE & MORTON, Inc. " 41 Leaven\v6rtlr St. Phone 4-4134 W*tcrbury FOR SALE—Six room liuiifjalbw. and sun parlor, Al.I.improycmcnts. Hot \vatei ; ' heat.'Aulpiiiallo'-walor heater. Oak finished'.. Large lot. For quick sale, price only $4750..-A. Shcplcy, TeK 2433. FOR SALE — 10. room, 2 family house, all improvements. In Ai ; condition. Price 34000..' , • Keucoiv Faljs — 12 - room, 2 CamHy house, all improvements. Steam- heat. In'good condition. .Centrally located. Price only $4300., Shep- Jey. TeK .2433., / • ...,;.. .: For Your Comfort and •' Appearance Stop at, the (CENTRAL BEAUT,Y SHOP or phone 2080 for appoint- 6 Oak Street. '-. Gutters, Leatfers, Tinning/' RboQng and -Furnace ,Work. i r ; JAMES BAKER- Telephone 2555 26 Bradley St, Naugatuckj Conn* FOR SALE—A JO-room 2-fnmily house, location: "Hfgli street, .$6,200. A. 13-room 3-family house, r Meadow street, $8,5Qp. A % 6-room.lrfara- ily anni . 13-r 2-f am J ly li.puse on Meadov// , stree t, $12,000. . A ' 14- room 3-family house on. Carroll street, $7,800. A 7-room t-family house and garage on tlie .... best street ,ia town, $7,500. If you want to buy, build. or_'seU, see Patsy Labripla, your realtor, 172 High street or ^e.l. .3458, . . , ......

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