Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 11, 1947 · Page 3
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Saturday, January 11, 1947
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Social And Personal Now At Strand t \ f Miss Harrison' Engaged To Wed .Mr Mrs. Siimiiol Miirrlson. i-'-, c/iiirin street, announce the en- .'."'irfiiii-iit of their daughter, Elinor () Oorgv KclwiiTiT Klmmur. Mr:i. Ottilliu Kimmor, '130 strict. No tlHtu has broil th a of thl ' H ml th(1 G - Miirt'l>.v <--'°.Mi. Kminirr, furrii'Tiy of Now y ,',ili i* i"' w " n ''mployu of the U. ^ Itllhln'l 1 Co, Mr is a vrtfl'iui of r,..,,\-.Mi.i in tin- .Vavy. Scouts Giver> Awards .V,-!i>li'-r.-i:ii|' P>nS Two Principals' A : t Conference Miss Agnc.s Jackson, principal of Mop Brook school, and Miss .Elizabeth Mncgan, principal of Central uvonuo school, will attend a conference on rending problems today nt New -Huvfn Stoto Teachers' col- Dr. JSmmott Eotts, director of the Rending Clinic, Temple uni- vorsity. Phllndntphiu. PH., will talk on "A Developmental Reading Program," second ri .t.' ciM'^mcmlox yt'H- mKin af n mi'otlnK of tr.v'Mi, N''j, S- hrkl at ,)!' it--i icmliir. Mrs. Clay- vis on High -iti-i'ct. Salem Lutheran Annual Meeting M"',I:I| ini'i'iin:: of the Salem I'.\ cMUrch will !>(.' hrltl Tuus- r.i:. . f »n. 11 ur. H o'clock lr. h. 'I'iil- IICV. VVillinJI) I!, -'. l'tl.-lt<H', Will pI'L'Sfrtt ["•will uth.T ofllc.'i'r.-i :mil .' church org.nil'/,:(ti(inH. "/-; ,incl rornnifU or-N \vill ELECTRICAL NEEDS Electric Appliance Co. I:.'i I Baldwin St. \Viit. — I'l-l. 'I-IS'CJ Avery Lecture Monday Afternoon Mis:; EurxiCr Harriet Avery will be hejird in a lecture Monday afternoon ut 3:-l5 o'clock in the Con- pnrlsh house, speaking on the subject, "Reborn France," Miss Avery, who is brought here ouch year by the Naugntuck Woman's Study rMuh, will b;iso her lecture on information obtained in Franco last summer. Surgical Patient Home Convalescent William M. Lee, Jr., oC Cooker lanr, Beacon Fulls, i.s convalescing ni his home following .an operation in the Waterbury hospital. OKT voun Hospital Patient Returns Home Mrs. Rosalie Travel's, Ml Hill .-•tri;i;t cxim-sion, who h.xs been a patient :ir St. Mary'si hospital, W;L- torbury. hns returned to hor home. Additional Classified NOTICE Gronn Valley Boys are playing Ilia Frtclay night at Green Acres 3nrn in Prospect. Music for young ind old — Round, Square, • Modern SancinR. Free transportation to m<! from bus stop by oalllnir Wtby. -C6C1. 8:30 to 12 p. m. 7.0ING TO FLORIDA—Room fot two or three. Leaving 1 Sunday in '46 Dodge. Tel, 49K2. Sltniinpr is good at Paulson's in Vocdbi'idge«/It'3 two milus from -iyrnour, eight from New Haven. ist of!' cement surfaced Route 07. '.•ii-tics invited. Electric lights for fjiit skating. Tel, Seymour 509. ;i cast of 1,'J Ntar.s, and with 25 sons hits, "Till the Clouds Roll By, 1 ' tho life story of Jerome Kern, holds over fnr n second VVatorlmry week «t the Strand tht.-ntor, Wutc>rlniry. -EARN — Contract bridge, Cornell Bridge Club. Mrs. John Moriarty. Culber-tson master teacher, CO Linden St., Wtby. 4-380G. iUITAR — Instructions for beginners and advanced pupils. Instrument loaned free. Fred Bredlce, Guitar Studio, 24 Grand St. Tel. Wtby. -1-0136 or 3-0120, . NOTICE Good skating at Harry's Skating ^Ink, New Haven Ud. (2 1-2 miles Vom center of Naugatuck,) Also ikating every nighi, (Electric ighlsO Real Estate Wanted Houses for Sole TWO Family. House on Greenwood St. Three rooms In each apartment. Immediate occupancy. Call or see Joseph V. Rosko, 3 Union St. Tel. 4928-2952. ON HIGHLAND AVE. — Two fanr ily house, 10 rooms,.excellent condition. One five room apartment with two spare rooms now vacant for new owner. Modern step saving kitchen. Oil (Automatic; Hot Water heat. WALT.ER H. HART, INC. ' REALTOR — INSURANCE John C. Kiermin Eve. Naujr. 5707 20 East Main St., Wtby. 4-3129 FOR SALE—One family, G room house. Furnace heat. Telephone •1013 after 3 p. n-., HOUSE FOtt SAMC--14 room, 2 family, house in good condition Two furnaces. No "agents. Call 4157—396 Scott St. Lea veil worih Official Compliments Naugy Handling Of Game "I think Naugatuck handled the seating 1 arrangement very nicely," an official- of Lcavenworth high school said last jiigfljt in referring to the Naufjatu<Jk»i,eavenwot-th game, "I 'only hope Leavcnworllj can do as well when the teams meet again, >' This was a well deserved tribute to High School Director of Ath- NAUCATUCK NEWS (CONVO. SATriUMY. MV. II, Ifl47-PAGE Rubber Company Develops New Plastic Sheeting A new type of laminated plastic sheeting;, developed by United States Rubber Company for shoe manufacturers, is now in production' for immediate delivery, according to an announcement mndo letics Ray Foley's foresight in're-j today. serving bleacher scats, and his re- Known as (J. S. Nauguhydr: Shoe J'jsal to SEJ1 no more tickets than seating capacity justified. Imlicalions-are, after last night's close game, that demand for tick- fits to the next meeting, which is Leavonwo'rth's home contest, will be even more intense. FOR SAI.K— Curtiss St. 3 family At FISHER'S III Simlli ."iliiiii SI., \Viitcrliiiry ; M. Barry Keeg-an ! r:..\NDII> ; UKDUIMIS J HIM l!:nil< SI. Wntcrliiir.v J..nrs MOI-KHII UlilK. Ti'l, -I-OKM Funerals .Friiiicis »., Clark Funeral services for Francis L. Clnrk. 31. who died yesterday morning at his home in West .Springfield. Mass.. following a long lllno.".;;. will In hold tomorrow afternoon :it 2 o'clock from tho Rey- •uilcls Funeral Home, Merhlen wirh the Kc-v. Richard Eking, oHl- eiiitlng. Burial will be in 'Walnut Grove cemetery. Merirlen, :it the '•.-inve.-.ienctf of the family. Tho total length of oil, gasoline ind luiturn! fras pipe lines in the L'nitnd Ptfites would make almost. 13 loops around tho earth. CIriitWl, S HATS ISIoeliod mill Bill's Danbury Hatter J31 SOUTH MAIN ST. Win. Miiriiinn, I'roji. JIcn's Hats Cli-iuii-d, Illovked (.•'iii'lopy Mi'tluidN M:\V HATS I'Oit SAM: llatH SI»<lp to Ordi-r DODGE Hotchkiss St. Garage 17 /iOTCIIKISS STHKET Tel. 37'J7 i, r,. M.AXn..\t'SKAS. I'rop. o.AI.KS — SF.KVIC'Ifl JANUARYFUR~SALE" UNDER WAY !)!> N, MAIN S'I'RKKT id-fliiirv Tel. 3-3727 FMSRfJSNI KLKC'TKIC IKOXS $2.95 WEISS' Ben Franklin Store S CHURCH STHKKT Local Y Swimmers Victorious Over Brass City Team The local Y Junior swimming learn defeated the Waterbury Y Junior teum a-t ihn pool-yesterday by a score of '15-33. The summary: GO yards Medley Relay—Won by Waterbury (R. Frisbic. R. Kraft and R. Gibsoni. Time: 1:3C:1- 20 yards Freestyle—Won by Vnil Inncout-t. (.W): second, Kevin Nixon; third. Thomas Owens (N) Time 12:1. 20 yard Brnnstroke: Won by Rich nrd Shanahan (N); second.' Thomas GjiiTield. fNi third. R Kraft (W). Time: 1-1:3. '10 ynrcls F 1 i-cL-st>-le won by H. Gibson (W): second-,'Bru'r-c Miller (N)third, W. Hollnni, (N). Time 25:1 Diving won by -Ku.ircne Scrnn- ton UN'): second, F. Dunn (W)- thn_d, Alfred Pniva (N), 57 points. -0 yards Eaci;sci'0l-re. won bv Joh- Brady fN) : second, John Quirk. 'N): third, R, Prisbic (AV). Timr SO Ynrcl Relay won by -Water miry, F. Nonnm.-ikn, .7.• Vnillancotirl T- Costello ur.d F. Daniels. Timr '16:3. 100 yard Rolay won by Nnuga- tuck. Erucc Miller, Thomas Owens Kevin Nixon, and Wade Holland Time l:(Xi. Employment VANTKI) -News Curriers • :r, ull senlions of lown. Infjuirf Mr. I-I. T. Dillon, 'News Ofllce. tKCENT Collei;e Kraduate . chemist or chemical engineer for work as an assistant chemist in Rubber laboratory of a plant located in southwestern part of Conn.* in detail in first hand-written letter, ago, education, experience if any, and remuneration expected. Write Box A, Care of Daily News, Hel|i Wanted—Female Four room house with large piece of land. Scott St., two family house, 11 rooms. New Haven Rd — one family house, one car gara lai'tie burn und seven acres of land. JOHN HKALY, Tel. 5031. band For Sale f.O'J' on Riverside Drive—lyinR between two Highways—1.-120' front- ngii, 7r. to 10(J''<Jeep. Must be sold ImrnodiaU'ly. Pi-ice :;2,OJO. I^ouis Taylor, 7!~> HuntinaUon lid., Stra'.ford. Tel, 7-3R25. ' n Item Kstate Agents THIS NEA.GI.K AGENCY REAL ESTATE INSURANCE 03 bank St., Wtby. 4-4256 Wanted To Buy to clean three VANTEIJ-Woman „ .^ mornings a week from 9 to 32. ' 20 E Ca.'l caoT except between I and 3. WE HAVE a client who xvill purchase a properly ihat can be used as a home and doctor's office. Call us if you desire to sell LESTER E. YOUNG Main St. Wtby. 5-1157 VANTED—Experienced woman for plain cooking, light housework in Waterbury, to live in. References rco.ui.-ed. Phone Waterbury r.TGH SCHOOL Student for gen- ! ernl office work. Must be famil- ! iar with typing and good at figures. -Good opportunity for ambitious person. Reply in own handwriting to Box .'G," care of Naugatuck News. • . Wanted To Rent •WANTED— Garase in the West side oT Naugatuck. Write Box W, care of "IVews." VETERAN and Wife would like-3 or -1 -furnished ' or unfurnished rooms. No children Telephone 3304, WANTED—Rent of i rooms or •more. 1 child—best local references. Write Box D, care Nauga- 'tuck News. Local Woman Granted Divorce Irene (Almeida) Caotano *.vns granted an unconlesterl divorce action against Jojquin, both of Naugatuck, at >'* hearing yostcrdny in Wotorbury Superiar court- Ijcfare Judge William J. Shea. The divorce was granted 0:1 a charge of intolerable cruelty and the plaintiff was .awarded custody •:f a- minor child. The defendant was ordered to pay $10 a week for the support of. v:ie child :ind alsc to pay o.limsny of SI a wei?k. The divorce action of Robert Mel ville R.inslow, Waterbury, ugains Ruth (Townsend) R.-inslow, JJauga- luck, was held, over until next Friday's court session. Tree Machines' Proves To Be $3 Gag Indianapolis—(UP)— Twenty-six housewives who wanted washing machines are •still seeking (them. They showed up at a downtown urniture store excited by inquir- r.g where they could get their free washing machine." The women said a man - who claimed to be a store executive telephoned them—"you have been chosen . . ." to receive a brand- new washing' machine for only a S3 delivery charge. Material, it i.s practical for quarter linings, sock linings, heel pads, facings and trim on shoes. It is available in the standard shoe colors, watui- lily. fawn, tan, light grey, and in .030, 025, 'an:l .020 gitugcs. Surface finish is .skiver grain, with semi-dull sheen. The sheeting i.s 30 inches wide for economical pattern layout. It i.s uniform in quality so. it can be hjfd out in tiers which can be cut os one. It is said to be pliable, easy to form and apply. According 10 the rubber company, it. is not tacky, will not soften, stretch, harden or crack through use. Other advantages are tha.t it cnn be cleanly cut, showing no fraying at tho edges, and has sufficient streng-tli to be frefi from stitch tearing. ]'t can be easily printed or stamped and the ink i.s .s.-tid to be permanently imbedded in thci laminated plastic sheeUng. "RED TAG" CLEARANCE Drastic Reductions GLASSWARE FIGUREINES PLACQUES NOVELTIES TRAYS—GIFTS Navy Pontoons Make City Play Harbor Eureka, Cal. (UP)—A novel recreation harbor is planned here by the use of 709 surplus one-ton navy pontoons sold by the war assets administration. The steel pontoons, which are 6x7x5 feet, were used originally by the r.avy as floating- docks. They will enclose a recreation harbor in the bay adjoining the city. Fastened tog-cthei- in sets of four, jnd filled with crude oil so they will .float a foot above the water and not sink if they spring a leak, the pontoons, will form a floating gangway 10 feet wide. Your Chance To Get Real Bargains ITEMS ON SALE MARKED WITH "RED TAG" The Card and Gift Shop SWEENEY'S ART and STATIONERY STORE 213 Church St. Boro 'a Help .Wanted—Mule or Female Rooms To Rent VANTED- Help for cafeteria. Men and wornun. Apply : ,t Synthetic Rubber Cafeteria, AUTO PARTS And Aeeefsorles l^.r All t.':irs & M Motors, Inc. j fil'IIITHl l[l'|lllirlll< mi-XS Sdl.'TII MAIN ST. Tel, inn RKAIINOTON and SCIIICK EI.KCTRIC SHAVERS SCIIICK SIIA% P EKSKTS O. K, Tubli- Model Radios I'ortalilc Elnctric Kncurd I'la.vors G; E, Electric kltclion and Mantle Clocks HAWLEY HARDWARE 11)2 CHURCH ST. I I Venetian Blinds In Mini-k. S l»uy SiTVlr* LEBON'S !J7« Nn. Miiln St. Ti-l. ,M-7-,"Jt Vrm O|icns .Itiu. 2, 1IM7 COCKSJ.;s FOU M'cri'lnry, TypM. Clerk Comp- "mriiT (>|irnil»r & Accountant THE PERRY SCHOOL 'rum Itlih:. Wnlrrlmrr (en-House Made Into Home Chatl'.nkl, Minn. (UPi nearly -10 year.- as a hon building erecsled in liiOO Success Poultry yarcl.s became the rocisi for Richard Sen racier, win. "MS' caiigh; in ihuh ousing short- JJehrader put in ;i cement f.'oor •light window.--, plastered iho walls and convortcd the -lO-hy-iO building into four rooms. tO-by-IO foot. — Aftei house, a by tin- STATE OP CONNECTICUT ?Iorit System Opportunities Assistant Mental HyRienist, S2,- 't:>0-S3,2-10 per annum; Welfare' Case "••incrv>-nr. S i .!.^nO-$2,940: Assistant Dining- Hall Manager, .?2.160-$2,760; L-olpiionc Operator, S1.riOO-Sl.92o! "till particulars at State Person- el Department or any office of . Connecticut State Employment Ser- 'ico. GLEN DON A. SCOEORIA, Personnel Director. Real Estate Wanted \VILX RENT—Bedroom and kitch- en,bi-ivileges to couple, by woman aloiie .in. modern home in quiet neighborhood and convenient to bua line. Write Box "J," care of {News. . ROOM for Rent—Centrally located. Man preferred. 302 S,". Main St., Union Citv. JANITOR TDRNS OUT ART Chicago (UP)—Gcorpe Ayer, a janitor at Chicago's Merchandise Mart, largest commercial building in the world, has completed 300 paintings in his spare -time. Ayer pnints during his lunch hours and after work. Additional Classified LETS GO OF PRIZE Dous'las. Wyo. (UP)—3ill Ha- par is kicking himself for desti-oy- inj; the head of a deer he killed in the mountains. He learned too late that a Rawlins taxidermist wanted to buy it for $100 as an oddity. It had 13 points on one side and nine on the other. YES! ! WE HAVE SCOTCHES J. K. STORES CUT RATE. LIQC'OKS, WINES, BEERS Free Delivery Anywhere Borouith 390 No. Main St. Tol. 49T» In FRED'S HI-WAV GRILLE SOI South Main St. ReRular Daily Dinner 50c up A La Carte Menu Spaghetti To Take Out Banquet Room, Cocktail Lounge Full Liquor Llccnxe Business Announcement* Announcements Lost and Found FOUND—Black, white and red female hound. Call Ed Bnummor Tel. 35C1. Houses for Sale R&P METAL WORKS 9!> .SO. MAIN STREET (Rear) Expert WfMiriE of All Types For^lliK. STlu-ct Muful and Ornamental Steel Work Sheet und u llr M, !ta \ r , (r S!1 | e •i'EARI,Y N1CAV—1 family house of six rooms. Built with pre-war materials. Oak floors brass pipes, hot water heat und garage. A, Shcpley, U>I. 2-133 or 5H-I. /ACANCV Feb. 10--An '11 room house on Mil.'vilio Ave. in A-l condition. For .further details call A. Sheplcy, lei. 2433 or 5i'H. LOST-- Sunday" nijrhl. a black suitcase on Hoadlcy Street. Reward. 103 Hoadlcy St. or telephone , r )02-l. lla Jfononaia MONUMENTS Special Prices On AH Memorial W. RICHARDS—260 So. -Main St Nausratuck—Dial 3-t(i7 FOK RANGE 0« FVKI, OIL TEL. 5618 Bill's Fuel Oil Service 5(1 Woodland Street "B»l" Mariliefli, I'rop. i'"Oll SALE—7-j - car-old pre-svar C room 1 family house und garage. All improvements. Immediate oc- cnpnncy, located side, back of High school. Patsy Labriola, Kua! Estate A^unt, 172 Hiffh St, TeJ, S'lCS. JEAN'S KNITTING STUDIO — Yarns, Rug Yarn s, Creche! Thread. Instructions free, daily 2 to C. 20 Diamond St., Union City Tel. 3.172- MARY'S BEAUTV Shop, 111 Sprin, St., U. C. Open daily from -1 to p. m. Saturdays from 9 to 6 m. Permanent waves, cold waves shampooing-, etc. To). 610S. WHY Run Out of Fuel Oil. Let u deliver on our AUTOMATIC DE LIVERY SERVICE. Quality guai nnteed. Quantity proved by prin-t ;njT meter scaled by the state The Naugatuck Fuel Co. Phone WE'RE ALTERING OUR STORE Wufcli Us Grow! • CORNER CANTEEN .992 No. Main Street "Doin" Tellerico, I'rop. SEWING and Alterations to do in my own home. Tel. 3232. NEWS WANT ADS ON PAGE FIVE AUTOMATIC IRON ,.. $850 LIGHT WEIGHT Pay 50c Week S?HNEERC j7 CREI>IT JKWELERS** outh Main St. — 4 2104 Brig-g-s-Stratton 4 Cycle, \% H. P. GASOLINE ENGINE (Air Cooliul) For ojieratinB wasliins machines, f;(rm sprayers, cultivators, boats, frec'/ers, lifi-hHng plants, KIIWS. STRISIK'S W Center St. WaturDury, Cona GLASSWARE 832 1SORTII MAIN ST. Onlnn City • Tol. 9083 THE EYEGLASS SHOP C.H.Tomlinson Ne«ry Bulldlnf Nnuuntuck. Conn. BILL FITZ'S BARGAIN BUYS 1942 PACKARD SEDAN 1942 CHEVROLET CONV. COUPE 1942 BUICK SEDAN 1946 STUDEBAKER COUPE 1941 DODGE CAB & CHASSIS—LONG WHEEL BASE 1942 PACKARD CLIPPER SEDAN flM CHEVROLET SEDAN 1!W5 CHEVROLET SEDAN $150 $195 l.'M2 PLYMOUTH SEDAN' 1910 PACKARD COUPE $875 $950 OLLIES RADIATOR SHOP 18 PROSPECT ST. TEL. 5541 Union City AUTO RADIATORS REPAIRED, CLEANED and Re-Cored Work Called For and Delivered ALL WORK GUARANTEED OI.LIK. LKDUC. Prop. WHITE JKRSEV COTTON DIAPERS §3.39 dozen Vnllw'c 1JEPT< TuIljr a STORE: 14 SPRING STREET 1940 LaSalle 4 door Sedan 1937 Plymouth 4 door Sedan 1941 Buick Convertible Coupe 1941 Dodge 2 door 1946 Studebaker Champion Sedan 1946 Chrysler Windsor 4 door Sedan 1946 Ford Tudor Sedan 1946 Packard Clipper Sedan, Black 1.946 Buick Super Sedan. Radio, Heater, Fog Light and Spotlight PHONE or CALL FROZICN BREAD and PIE UOUGJI FOR SALE PATTY SHELLS TO ORDER CITY BAKERY B. P. STOPPANI, Prop. Maple Street^ Telephone 3678 Billie Fitzpatrick 1660 EAST MAIN Waterbury OPEN EVENINGS PHONE 4-4841 CKANFORD CAB SEAT COVERS NAUGATUCK SPORT & AUTO SUPPLY "IUJSS" WEAV1XG, Prop. XVInslow Court Tel. SSM FORYOUtt FAMILY NEEDS!! NAT'S 410 North Main St. Union City TEL. 6IS6 WINES, LIQUORS Dining Room f.o Accommodate 200 DANCE HERE TONIGHT l->aliirin ff JOE ROCK ANIJ IIIS-oRCIIEiSTKA -I'liiyiiiK Il<>r<> also on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays A I.n Carl* Monii— RnxiitCNs Men's I.iinolieoiiN a I: T5c, Dail CATERING TO BANQUETS, WKUDlNtiS II to .?. AND PARTIES White Eagle Restaurant 219 Bridge St. Tel. 4950 Union City I'HONE NAUGATUCK 4050 • 1'LENTY OF PARKING SPACE • PAINT HARDWARE HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES ETC. Free Delivery GERALD'S APPLIANCES 107 SPRING ST. Can Furnish Immediate Delivery on: ADMIRAL and CROSLEY CONSOLE COMBINATION RADIOS TEL. 2651 CANS, Inc. Maple Street Tel. 3507 ADMIRAL, SONORA and OLYMPIC TABLE MODEL RADIO COMBINATIONS ZENITH, EMERSON, STEWART-WARNER CROSLEY and WESTINGHOUSE TABLE MODEL RADIOS PROCTOR NEVBR-LIFT and SAMPSON ELECTRIC IRONS — ELECTRIC IRONS $7.50 up HOOVER, MCALLISTER, PREMIER and MAGIC AIRE VACUUM CLEANERS

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