Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 9, 1947 · Page 5
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 5

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, January 9, 1947
Page 5
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Father John's Medicine /* coughs ,lne ro colds !>oothe$ fhroat Irritation Used 90 Years Marine Recruiter At Post Office For Interviews S-Sgt. John Farell Assigned Here Every Wednesday From 10 A. M.-3:30 P. M. Capl. Hurry A. Hadd, USMC, Of- flce>- in Charge of Marino Corps flc- 'crulllng for the state, announced the now Marine Corps policy whereby men enlisting in the Marino Corps now have the opportunity to request their own area asBignmcnt ! for oversea;; duty, Xhc following areas nrc available for selection: China, Japan, Guam, PhiJllpineSj Hawaii, Alaska, Ealboa, Canal Zone, Bermuda, Cuba, San Juan, Porto Rico, T:inidad, British Wost Indies and Newfoundland. Marines I «-l"->iHn<r to take advantage of this opportunity can «ubmlt -their re- i EASTERN SHELL FISH • Skate • Smelts , • Dry Cod • Periwinkles U, S. Certified Ueulors QUALITY SKAFOOD KXCLUSIVELY 32 UNION ST. (Rear) Wntorbury ,.Tel. 3-0902 cr 3-0008 Open 8 A. M. to 7 r. M. • Whiting • Squid • Shrimp • Smoked Bone Herring • Ipswich Clams (Steamers) • Swordfish • Little Necks • Fillet Boston Blue • Salmon • Lobster & Crab Meat • Smoked Bloaters & Herring • Shredded & Salted Cod • Live Lobsters (Select) Mackerel Oysters & Lobsters Tails Sea Scallops • Chowder Clams Cherry Stone Clams Fillet of Sole Fillet of Haddock Fillet of Cod Fillet of Hake Halibut Frog Legs DRIVE RIGHT IN PLENTY PARKING SPACE quests tD the Commandant of the Marine Corps and shall have at least 28 months to serve. Hadd 'further noted that Upon receipt of their transfer re- ciueiita these men prior to their departure overseas will be granted all accrued leave they' will have 'find'npT to their'credit, total leave not to exceed GO days. Upon rctuin to the United States thebu men after a minimum of 21 months of overseas service may select their own duty station and if '•.hey desire, they will be granted all the accrued leave they will have itnndhifr to -their credit on the date of return to this country. This new no'.lcv gives Marines an opportunity to be stationed at a Marine COITB post or station near their home. . * S-Sgt. John Farell, local Marine Corps Recruiter -from -the Hartford Headquarters Office will be stationed in the Naujrntuok Prist Office Building every Wednesday ''com 10:CO a. m. to 3:^0 p. m. to interview young' men between tho j lues of 17-30, Power Company Announces Huge Improvement Plan The Cohncoticut Light'-'hnd cr Company .announced- today, that Its extensive 1947 improvbrnent and expansion program. now under w.i'y, will cost $20,715^00."It Is expected that $13,500,000,'. of ' that imount will be expended .this..yuar ,-vnd the balance -of'$7,215,300 in 1948... '•..... • -Wai k scheduled . under- -i He eon- :lniotlon plan Includes .completion oT the installation of'w 45,000 .';v r Uirhopenerator at. the com- rrny'x Devon plant and installation ..f two nc\v 31,000 kw turbojfoner- HtojT. nt iU Montville plant.'Great 1 ly increased demands for electric power and gas will also be met through the enlargement ot .elec- f.i-ic ti-animifsion facilities and substation equipment, and- through expanded eri'.s manufacturing and. dig tnbutlon equipment. Jw Veteran* Service records of American merchant mtirlnc • onicers and ,unll- ""nscd licnmen arc maintained in the official files of the U. S; department of commerce. i ,.; PRESCRIPTIONS—Wlipn prop- [ci'ly authorized—are free for all ; »crvlcc-connected disabilities. Tho j.phj'slcian; must have received authorization .to treat the veteran libr a service-connected disability. ri OUT-PATIENT TRKATMKNT— "when • properly authorized—cnn be given by your own physician—but only for service-connected disabilities and diseases. r-PIIVSIOAL- EXAMINATIONS' to prove a claim must be.puid (or by ,tlie veteran and can -be given by any doctor of his choice. Blanks for tha doctors to fill In are available nt this ofllce. SURPLUS O O V11 R N M K N ¥: PROPBItTV SALKS: Cnpx, Jacli- • ets, trousers; bushings nnd clamps: Paratwlll. neoprene and gi'cy oxford cloth; hand tools, industrial • equipment, lubricants, plumbing j and heating enulpmcnt. building j materials nnd hardware; books and time cards. ! EMBALMING SCHOOLS—Cnta- i giio. w from scvorfil i=chools for' oj'Uoians ara now available at • the office.;. • . . : V OCA TT O N A T. Ri;il ABIT.r- •I'ATJON FOR CIVILIANS Is uvail- nble to .any man or woman of vorking -aj,'i> who has a job handi- c.'ip from n.'physical or mental \lis- GOP LEADERS IN A HUDDLE case or injury. Full details available. P O R M K R PRISONERS OF WAR should report to tills office ot once to reopen their claims for disability compensation. New rulings liberalize these decisions, KADIO EDUCATION. KenidRX i.he apcci'ili^jd schools already known to Naugatuck veterans who hjve inquired at this office, there are n;w two colleges which offe;' - T !;tohcloi-'s degi-ce in' radio. The College of Music of Cincinnati grants the degree of Bachelor of Pine Arts in Radio Education, including -IS subjects In the field's of I'Vllo, drama, music, production and station management. AMERICAN U N I V K Fjr 1. T Y, Washington, D. C.—offers courses in radio and telcvislo.n, leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science. :n cominunicaUoris, • NAEGAT.UCK NEWS (CONN.), THURSDAY, JAN. ». 1047—PAGE Beacon Falls Nan Arraigned PIANOS TAKE TO AIR Cliicag'f) —(UP)—A Chicago pi- ;.):io company Is flying pianos by jir frciK^t to customers in New York. Philadelphia. Reno and New j Orleans. Huge freight planes can ' e:ir:-y 32 pianos on a single flight. Edwin F. Colo, Si'., -17, Reacon Falls, charged v.-iih t\vo conn-Is of hr'pakins' nnd cnt.c--:n,T collates in Woodbui-y, plondod Kuilty .to hoth Tuesday belovc .ludRe Howard W. Mrorn in Superior court, Lileh- ficld. He was s«ntonccd tj servo six months in jail on each count, the scnlci'CGB -'.o run concurrc;itly Execution was suspended and he \v:is placed on probation for two ycars.-A eharffc of l.'icft was nollcd. Bill's Danbury Hatter 07 SOUTH MAIN ST. IVm. Miiriiuio, Prop- Hun's Hills Cleaned, Itlocknd Fuclory Methods NKW MATS FOR SAI.IJ Hats Made to Order jf;, the k*iuc-crying srumeL for ] fall "ftwaiwrc ann woo<!I ^worjk.. Sclf-irriQorhJr» Smart colors. Waababl*. Upsala university in Sweden was Oinnrtcd in 1477 and is one of the oldest the world. AUTO PARTS ; And AcccsKories ' For All Cars } i B & M Motors, Inc.; Gi^nrnil RnpairiiiK { 8(M« SOUTH MAIN ST. ! Tel. C141 } 6XZ NORTH MAIN ST. Union City - Tel. TOM " AT THB OPENING of the Senate's 80th session, Senator Arthur Vandcn- bers (left) (R-Mich.) and Robert Taft (R-Ohio) go into a whispered confab in Washington. They may have bee > discucsinc ways to end the Democratic filibuster over seating Senator Bilbo. (International) Naugatuck Furniture Go's Red of them all! NOW ON! f CHAIRS TABLES LAMPS BOOK CASES WHAT NOTS PIER CABINETS PICTURES MIRRORS CHESTS STUDIOS WARDROBES CARRIAGES HASSOCKS ROCKERS MAGAZINE RACKS LIVING ROOM SUITES $2.60 Value Cotton Dresses $ 1 Beautiful dresses ! ' Wonderful dresses!. And what savings! Fine quality, closely woven cotton fabrics in cheerful, washable prints. The many flattering style! include popular buttor fronts and shirtwaists. Large Comb 10c Value 8-inch, heavy, in red, blue or crysial plastic. Grand for Kiddies' rooms! The extra strength will take lots of tough pulling nnd comb bait easily! Bowl Covers lie Values Of durable Vinyl it c plastic th« is odorless, washable and Rreaw spot and stain resistant. Gel » supply! Besides saving tic I package you'll save food. to 1-2 OFF Balance of Our TOY STOCK AT COST 3 Piece BEDROOM SUITE Walnut Finish $99.50 ' KITCHEN SUITES KITCHEN CHINAS HAMPERS RUGS CARPETS ELECTRIC HEATERS Cookies Value 37 Cookie base lopped with hcnp- ing mound of yummy low covered with crispy chocolate coatins! Um-yuni; Kiddies love them so treat your family. Board Cover 59<: Value 44' Durably made to fit all standard size boards. Easy to slip on and the strong, clastic edge holds them in place for smooth, fast and easier ironing. $6.49 Value Tableware $5-19 These have been scarce as hen's teeth, but our Buyer managed to get some for this Sale! Stainless steel knives, forks, dessert and tablespoons in 24-pc. set. 79c Value Headsquarcs 57 C 27-inch spun rayon and aralac squares thai arc warm and beautiful! Ar this Economy price get several of the pretty floral and scenic prints. NAUGATUCK FURNITURE CO. ECONOMY o,j^>m.,^ larmfaaiaKSMir^arvff^gf^ Washable Rag Rugs ..$1.37 Tissues Hankies Made of all new, all cotton rags the cheerful "Hit and Miss" patterns of these rirgs will brighten your rooms all winter. They make rooms seem warmer, too. inch size with knotted fringed ends. Stock up now with these popular brand cleansing tissues! Get a good supply for if there are children in the house they are practically indispensiblc. Big beautiful prints . . . and at halt price! Stock up now , , . both for yourself and an extra supply for unexpected gifts during the year! 13-25 SOUTH MAIN STREET TELEPHONE 2711 MURPHY CO CHURCH STREET NAUGATUCK, CONN.

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