Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 10, 1947 · Page 8
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 8

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TAOT; a ,—NAUGATtrCK WKWS (CONN,). FIUI>AY. JAN. IB, 1M7* ANNUAL JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE!! Rarely Such Values! Read the Savings! MKN'M Flannel Night Shirts Mudc of real long (in (I full for perfect sleeping comfort— nil nines — In fast color sitripcd patterns. $319 MKN'S ALL WOOL COAT SWEATERS An old time quality nt on old time price — In grey, oxford and brown — sl/.es 36 to '16 with double elbows for double went'. Now lit $398 MAHQl'IMKTTK COTTAGE SETS § i;i:» OR BLUE TRIMMINGS ft 1} STYLUS • FAST COI.OH $219 Set LACK TAILORED CURTAINS 0 Adjuxtiinli! Top.** 0 All Over De.tlKii % ICrml.r To Hung $229 IT. FAST COLOR TABLE CLOTHS 0 SI/IJ :«lx54» • REG. Mi; 2 for $100 "Houston" Imllnn BLANKETS 9 COLORFUL • FAST COLOR 0 VALUK *:!.'»!• $298 KM. "MOM'MKNT" COLONIAL Bed Spreads 0 Authentic DrftlRn* 0 Fust C"l»r 0 SlnRle or Double 0 Vnluc W,40 $498 HOYS' HUGGKR CAPS 0 Wool Mixtures 0 With Ear Lups $120 WOMEN'S BIB APRONS Made of lho.sc popul.u- fast color cotton prints—.some aclf trimmed other with contrasting piping — pood looking styles Inexpensively priced. Rl'R. and 45c GIRLS' FAST COLOR SKIRTS Regular With kick pleats — box plcutr,- • $3.98 others with tailored strnlpht lines pliilfls and solids to select from. 7 to 14. FAST COLOR PRINTED TOWELS 1-loru's an assortment of new patterns—they help to make your kitchen guy find colorful-good practical size. <10c for WOMEN'S HOUSE DRESSES All from regular stock — made o: 1 fast color percales, small neat tig- urcH and floral patterns. All sizea lire Included. to S2.9S WOMEN'S 50% WOOL BATH ROBES Regular Splendid weight yet with plenty of $9.08 wnrmth — solid colors to select <g/?ftft from - »l'/-cs includa 12 to 20. U v WOMEN'S AND MISSES' SLIP-ON SWEATERS Regular All wools and wool mixtures—in o. dozen different solid shades, all sixes arc In trie assortment. $298 KERCHIEFS and SCAJRFS Included arc wool - rayons - in S1 .oo scumrc or oblong styles — solid colors throughout. WOMEN'S HANDBAGS In punch, underarm, lop handle :illl | envelope styles, in blues, $929 browns, and black. «d GIRLS' COTTON DRESSES All fust color prints — trimmed with pique or broadcloth— sizes run from 6 to H. Dozens of Rood styles. ,«.()» MEN'S LEATHER JACKETS For thi! ouUloormaii'-of spe- Regular IH7.IW dally selected heavy skins in and $10,08 light brown to muhocany col- &•* A QO om—zipper equipped. All <D JL^l^ 0 sl/.cs. BOYS' WOOL MACKINAWS Reg- *«•»» Lni'KC plaid patterns — warmly un d $7.l»8 lined with flannel read for tho (PC* A A wear and tear that growinK boys tD^jUU will Rive them. Closed All Day Mondays Store Hours Tues. thru Sat. 9:45 to 5:45 DICKIES For Tliut Suit! 0 Sl'UN RAYON 0 ALL WHITE 0 BUG. $1.00 54c GIRLS' WOOL MITTENS • Multl-Cnlors • Wurin • HO*, si.on 88c BOYS' CREW SOCKS ) Blazer Stripes | Fast Colnr > Reg. :t!)c 34c pr, INFANTS' 100% WOOL SWEATERS 0 Daintily Trimmed 0 Pink and Blue • Reg. S2.Z3" $199 Infants' Cotton TUAIN'ING PANTS 0 KMT FULL KEG. 39c MEN'S SKI SOCKS ) 75% WOOL | Grey Only | RUG. 7!><: 50c pr. Men's 1(10% Wool Bath Robes 0 Gout! WclRht 0 Solid Colors 0 KCK. $ia.!m-$l7.98 $1298 Men's 100% Wool MUFFLERS Plaids — Stripes — Solid* KoB. *(,»« Beg. $2.98 $129 $198 Home On Leave Commander Raymond DuBoIx, former Nuiigiitnck Hich School footbull stur »ml Annapolis foot- lKi.ll ciiptuln, IN spending u Icwvo with his parcntM, Mr. mid Mrs. Lionel DuBois, 120 May direct. Commander DuBols wn« executive officer on' the transport Wurton—the ship which carried scientist* und other wltnoNsen— at the Bikini atoll utom bomb tests. He will report to Washington Jan. 15. PHILCO Second Boroughite Chosen For Jury In Murder Trial William Schmidt, 81 Galpin street, retired tonl setter, yesterday was selected asm juror for the first, decree murder trial of Robert Bradley, 36, New Haven. Mr. Schmidt said he wnu opposed to capital punishment, but added he did not believe his views would bar him from rendering a fair verdict. At'first the state asked that he be excused, but .after further questioning, Mr. Schmidt was accepted by 'both aides. Mrs. Ruth Schofield, 87 Hill street and PrlBquc P. Valols, Beacon Falls, are also jurora for the trial in the Superior Court, New Haven. Divorce Granted Local Woman Catherine C. Deegan was granted an uncontcsted divorce action against Raymond J, Dccgan, both of Niugatuck, when the case was heard bcforn Judge William J. Shea in Watcrhury Superior court (this morning. Intolerable cruelty I was alleged. The plaintiff also waa (granted the right to use her maiden name, Conncll. Two other unconteutcd divorce cisos concerning local people were disc scheduled to be heard in Superior court today. They arc: Rob- Icrt Itfelville Ranslow, Watcrbury. against Ruth (Townsend) Rans- iow, Naugatuck; and Irene (Almeida) Caetano against Joaquin Caetano, both of Naugatuck. Additional Classified NOTICE Green Valley 6oy» are playing this Friday night at Green Acres Barn In Prospect. Music for young and old —Round, Square, Modern Dancing. Free transportation to and from bus Btop by calling Wtby. 5-0661. 8:30 to 12 p. m. ^ GOING TO~FLORIDA—Room for two or three. Leaving Sunday In '16 Podge. Tel. 40S2. Skating is good at Paulson'* in Woodbrldge. It's two miles from Seymour, eight from- New Haven, just off cement Hurfaced Route 67. Parties Invited. Electric lights for night skating. Tel. Seymour 509, LEARN — Contract bridge, Cornell Bridge Club. Mrs. John Morlarty, Culbertson master teacher/SO Linden St., Wtby. 4-3806. GUITAR —Instructions for beginners and advanced pupils. Instrument loaned free. Fred Bredice, Guitar Studio, 24 Grand St. Tel. Wtby. 4-0136 or 3-9120. NOTICE Good skating at Harry's Skating j Rink, New Haven Rd. (2 1-2 miles | from center of Naugatuck.) Also skating every night. '(Electric lights.) Employment FIRE AT GROTON Damage Is estimated at $100.000 In n fire at Groton. The Mane occurred in the Hotel Griswotd jr_f- Hgc 'it Eastern Point. Seven concrete mixers and a pick-up truck were destroyed. The cause of the fire has not been determined. Funerals Miss Itottc A. Doliin Hn'p Wanted—Male ToL 64HI 4l;{ No. Main St. Union City Store Open Friday Night Until 9 O'Clock Funeral services for Miss Rnse A. Dolan. 80. who died Wednesday ;it her home. 29 Oak street, wore held this morning nt 8:IS o'clock from tho. C. H. Green Funeral Home, 62 Oak street, to St. Francis' church, where a solemn hisrh Mass nf requiem was celebrated «t 9 o'clock. Thf Rev. Albert Taylor was celebrant, the Rev. George I Dunn, deacon, and the Rev. Paul F. Keating, sub-doacon. The mtisi- cal service was in charge of Mrs. Albertine O'Donnell, orgnnist, with John J. Burke, vocnl soloist. The program included Funeral March, Pie Jesu and Lead Kindly Light Bearers wore: John Breen, Henry Freeman, James Mahcr. John Kelley, Raymond Dolan and William J. Roach, Prayers at the grave in St. James' cemetery were read by Father Taylor. WANTED—News Carriers in all sections of town. Inquire Mr. H. T. Dillon, News Office, RECENT College graduate chemist or chemical engineer for work as an assistant chemist In Rubber laboratory of a plant located in southwestern part of Conn. State in detail in first hand-written letter, age, education, experience if any, and remuneration expected. Write Box A, Care of Naugatuck Dally News. 2 Help Wanted—Female WANTKD—Woman to clean three mornings a week from 9 to 12. C:vll 5907 except between 1 and 3. WANTED—Experienced woman for plain cooking, light housework in Wn.terbu.iy, to live in. References required. Phono Watcrbury •1-C25-1. BTAMJIHM III? FOR THAT OUT OF DOORS MAN FEATHER FOAM DOWN LINED VESTS, JACKETS AND COATS FOR ZERO DAYS. . The same down linings for zero and sub zero days and nights our war pilots wore to keep warm and snug. The same linings you can wear in feather foam jackets whatever the weather and feel as comfortable as you might feel in Florida or California $15 to $65. Atlantic Hi-Arc Gasoline for Quick Starting POUST'S SERVICK STATION 144 Rubber Avc| Tel. 4935 For A Snack, a SandwltJ or a Full Meal, Try DUFFY'S Restaurant WATER STREET J FULL LIQUOR LICENSE Za Help Wanted—Male or Femato STATE OF CONNECTICUT ^lorit System Opportunities Assistant Mental Hygicnist, $2.- 760-*3,2.iO per annum; Welfare Case Supervisor, .$2.460-$2,940; Assistant Dining Hall Manager, S2.160-S2.760; Teo'.phono Operator, - Sl,500-$1.920. Full particulars at State Personnel Department or any office of Connecticut State Employment Service. GLENDON A. SCOBORIA, Personnel Director. DIAMOND MERCHANTS FOR 3 GENERATIONS $650 $275 , $100 WIIURE EXCELLENCE IS DEMANDED IUKTINCTIVE, DRAMATICALLY So utterly lovely . . . it inslanrly impressive. Quality diamonds ' perfectly faceted . . . superb settings worked with imagination and distinction. The illustrated rings are from a broad collection which'offer* ample latitude to express your personal desires, DIVIDED PAYMENTS INVITED AT NO ADDED COST 68 Bank Street At Center Street, Waterbury Established Deposits Fully Guaranteed Situation/ Is Veil ia Hand l yes are km^-tunn loiins juicl soinc-tiaics during Hie years of amorli/ation require advice or help. Wliei'i seeking a loan of t.lii* type, you will find this Bank qualified, because of experience, to guide you in your doc'isioj). Naugatuck Savings Bank Naugatuck, Conn. GUS SMOKE SHOP 402 North Main St. Union City Gus KlimaNzcwski, Prop. MODEL AIRPLANES HALF PRICE Highland Package Store 93 Highland Ave. — Tel. 3983 Anthony Furrar, Prop. FREE DELIVERY All Parts of Nangatuck WHITE FISH MARKET JOSEPH CAEBAL, Prop 8 South Main SI, Tel. OOM SALT und FRESH WATER FISH of ALL KINDS ? FOR Ten room home, 6 room* floor, 5 room* second ftoer, bath-rooms, hot nlr furn»B,| electricity, 2 car garage. Formerly 2 tenement 'n and own«r will re-convert to I tenement* and give ImnwiWl occupancy tfl first floor. I-ocated east side of town n may be Inspected In afternoon. F.W.EATON Room 9 Ncary Buildinfl Church Street \l : TRY CLASSIFIED ADS Oldest Established Body Shop In Naugatuck EXPERT BODY REPAIRS and PAINTING— We have had many years experience repairing and painting- automobile fenders and bodies. A complett shop equipment of hydraulic and electric tools with scientific paint mixing to match the color of your car insure satisfactory results. . Work done by appointment, on predetermined contract, under the supervision of Kenneth E. Johnson. The Naugatuck Fuel Company 87 CHURCH ST. PHONE 5238 fry NEWS Want Ads-they bring

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