Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 17, 1947 · Page 5
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 5

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, January 17, 1947
Page 5
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S. Certified Dealers SHELL FISH * Ipswich Clams 0 Steamer Clams • Little Necks Cherry Stone Clams • Shrimp • Periwinkles Crab Meat SEAFOOD EXCLUSIVELY 32 UNION ST. (Rear) Wilfarbucy ' ' Tel. 3-0902 or 3 : 0008 Open 8 A. M,to7 ?. M. • Oysters and Lobster Tails • Chowder Clams Live Lobsters (Select) Lobster Meat , The Junior College of bommeree lla» Room for Yon In 1047 Plan a Program of Study in :. Art* ;or Business Subjects White— 'Phone — ,Come In 389 WIIITNEV AVE. 8-7003 NEW IIAVEN 1J, CONN, State C. Of C; ef Fillet of Sole Fillet of Cod Fillet of Haddock Fillet of Hake Fillet of Boston Blue/ish Frog Legs Smelts Swordfish Smoked Bloaters and Herring 1 Whiting « Squid Dry Cod Salmon Shredded and Salted Cod Smoked Bone Herring Bill's Danbury Hatter 57 (SOUTH MAIN Sf. \Vm. Mariano, Prop. Men's H«ti Cleaned, Blocked. Factory Mcthodi NEW HATS FOB SAU5 llatg Made to Order Hartford, Jan. 17—(UP)—The Connecticut Chamber : bf Commerce calls President -Truman's proposed budget 'for the' coming fiscal ycir "an astounding document." '!' Not only is the budget unbalanced, according to the"; C.. 1 of Cl 1 ; but it is $2,000,000,000 higher than he Air . '., 5 :<M p. in. W-TtC-WNBC—Front Page Farrcll WlATR—Naugatuck .News VfjZ— Tennessee Jed •. '•] WWCOrWOR—.Tom, ,Mix 6:00 p: m; E. Christy Ei-k, News WATjiR—NCWB and -Sports Othor Stations—News (1:15 p. m. • 8:1.15 p. m. WWCO-WOR—Vera Holly Sings B:3O p. ni. WBRT-WCBS—Thin Man WTIC-WNBC—Allan Young WATR-WJZ—Your /FBI WWCO-WOR—Love Story Theater 9:00 p..m. WBRY-WCBS—Gmny Slmraa WTIC-WNBC—People Are Funny . ... ' •<•" , ', 0:10 p. m, - w iii~-w«o^—ireopio Arc .run .ht budget which the president rec- WBRY-WCBS—Report from Wash- WATR-WJZ—Break thn Bank ommcnded only a year..ago, The Chamber calls- upon the .Connecticut members of Congi-ea o voi-lt for a balanced-budget, economical government operation, dcfl :<•>• "i npvopriatlons for debt retire mont and tax relief. Mackerel • Sea Scallops • Halibut Drive Right In Plenty Of Parking Space Try NEWS^Want Ad$-they bring results ATTENTION SMALL TRUCK OWNERS We Have These HARD-TO-GET TIRES All Sound Cusln K » — BUY NOW — Limited Quantity 000 X 30 10 Ply Now 730 i 20 10 Ply Pnicticiilly 'Neiv 730 x 20 8 1'ly New ReuupH 730 Jt 20 8 Ply Used 750 x 20 8 Ply Pnicticiilly Now J)2 x fl , fiew Recnp.s 700 x 15 New Recap Knol>l>.v BOO x 16 New Recap Knobh.v & Regular Uoodyear Treat 850 x 16 Now Recap Goodycur Tread WE DO ALL SIZE HKCAI'PING — MO x 16 Thru 1100 x !i ADVANCE TIRE SERVICE 494 MERIDKN ROAD, WATERBURY PHONE 4-2616 Junction South Main, ATZKIN'S Takes Deep Price Guts in This Streets, Watertmry, Tel. 3-1164 Fine Assortment^ Living Room Furniture Ecg. $239—3 pc. suites, upholstered in tapestries and brocatelles Reg. $89 lounge chairs upholstered in tapestries " .Rcg..$21fl_2pc..suites upholstered in tapestries Keg. 17189 "Pullman" quality sofa upholstered in brocatellc $129 .Reg. $345 Chairs Inc. Sofa—all down cushions, all hair filled—full soft spring construction ... ' - t ^ _ •. x, v • • Reg, $35 occasional chairs upholstered in - fine tapestry $2495 It's a good old-fashioned clearance sale for you. Please come early as you can since these values are one-of-a-kind you know. Handsome big three piece living room suites, two piece suites, sofas, large chairs, all fully built with good innersprings. It's a splendid lineup, offering many designs, many kinds of covering. Some of the items advertised here are but a few buys out of the lot. If your living room has thaf "bare look" and is crying for more comfort, be here and make several good selections. Many of the pieces on sale cannot be replaced by us at manufacturer's cost. Convenient terms may be arranged. — - ~ f FREE PARKING NEAR STORE — CORNER SPRING AND SCOVILL ST, WATERBURY ington WTIC—Musical Appetizers WffBC—Serenade to America WATR—Music of Today WJZ—Ethel and Albert WOR—Bob Elson WWCO—Sports Time . i • 0:80 p. ni. WBRY-WCBS—Red Barber, Sports WTIC—Prof. Schenker WATR— Pliil Von Tobcl \YJZ-Alien Prcacott vVOR—Neiys. • WWCO—Quiz. . ' -• '- WNBC—Bill Stern, Sports. .(l;4£»p. in. WJ5RY-WCBS—Bob Trout, News VVTIC-WNBC—Lowell 'Thomas WJZ—Lawrnncc .&. Marley WATH—Pleasure & Profit WOR— : Sta'n L'omax WWCO-T-^Novatime 7:00 p. in. WBRY—The Little Show WCBS—Mystery ot the Week WTIC-WNBC^Suppcr Club vVATR-WJZ-^Headlino Edition WWCO-WOK—Fulton Lewis, Jr. 7:1Q p. m. WBRY-WWCO-WATR—-March of Dimes Auction WCBS—Jack Smith Show WTIC-WNBC—World News WJZ—Elmer Davis WOR—Answer Man 7:30 p. m. WBRY-WCBS—Sparkle Time .VTIC—Quiz of Two Cities WNBC—-Barry Wood Show WATR—Phone Your Answer Lone Ranger .VOR—Henry J. Taylor ,VWCO—-Your Land and Mine 7:45 p. m. VNBC—Kaltenborn, News WATR—Show Tune Time WOR—Inside of Sports WWCO—Voice of the Army 8:00 p. m. WBRY-WCBS—Baby Snooks WTIC-WNBC—Highways in Melody WATR-WJZ—Fat Man WWCO-WOR—Burl Ivcs Show Acts AT ONCE to relieve COLDS PrM«rlb«d by thoutinds of Doctoral *STH'lf»&ent1flCttlly prepared to act at once—not only to reltevt 1 «Ueh coughing but also to looien tickling phlegm and make it easier to • rmtM. Safe an<J mighty effective for both old and young. Pleasant tasting! Ollies Radiator Shop 18 PROSPECT ST. TEL. 5541 Union 'City Auto Kudlutors Repaired, Cleaned and Re-Cored Work Called for and Delivered ALL .WORK GUARANTEED OUlc i« Due, .Prop. THE EYEGLASS SHOP C.H.Tomlinson N(*ry BiilldlOf Naiicntuck. Conn. . -.25% Reductions • On LAMPS NAUGATUCK HARDWARE . NBABT BOUNDING TEL. 5213 LEARN PHOTOGRAPHY . UNDER EXPERTS Photography can b« a profit obl» career — or a fascinating hobby. Now you can learn the latest methods, use the most modern equipment without in terference with your daytime activities. Attend evening classes in this fine fhool, four evenings a week. Enrollment in night classes for Winter Term now being accepted. Coeducational. School approved, under G. I. Bill of Rights. Prepare for a Profitable Career Send'for Catalog Today PROGRESSIVE SCHOOL OF PHOTOGRAPHY 217 Park St., New Haven 11, Conn. '• T«l. 7-0117 WOR—Gabriel Heattcr WWCO—News .9:15 'p. in. WOR—Real Stories WWCO—Lou Mastei-'o Orcli. 0:30 p. m. WBRY-WCBS—Durantc & Moore J WTIC-WNBC—Waltz Time ! WATR-WJZ—The Sheriff WOR—Bulldog Drummond • 10:00 p.- m; WBRY-WCBS—It Pays to be Ignorant WTIC-WNBC—Mystery Theater WATR-WJZ— BoxinR Bouts WOR—Spotlight on America WWCO—Encores of • Yesteryear 10:30 p. in. WBRY-WCBS—Maisic WTIC-WNBC—Sportu Ncwsiccl WATR-WJZ—Sports Pasrc WWCO—Meet the Press . WOR—Symphonette 10:45 p. m. WTIC-WNBC—Repeal Has Failed 11:00 p. m. ALJ-i Stations—News NAUOATOCK NEWS (CONN.). FRIDAY, JAN. 17. IMT—PAGK * TO WATERBURY'S MOOT POPULAR QUIZ SHOW MONDAYS THRU FRIDAYS 6:30 to 6:45 P. M. OVER STATION wwco 1240 ON YOUR DIAL with AL VESTRO YOUR POPULAR QUIZMASTER H HV Jt Idl IPV LL) 15 EAST MAIN ST., WATBRBURY For Boys' Wear 60 BANK STREET . Waterbury IN OUR BOYS' DEPARTMENT SPORT COATS 49 Only Special Group . . Including leisure coats . . . not all sizes. Were 10.95 to 17.50 6.00 & 7.50 SUITS 52 Only A few with shorts . . . half price, Were 12.95 to 22.95 6.50 to 11.50 SNOW SUITS . -.-• Our Complete Stock Were 10.95 to 22.50 4.00 to 6.00 off OVERCOAT SETS . 3 Piece Combinations [Were 17.50 to 22.50 5.00 to 6.00 off COTTON FLANNEL SHIRTS Solids & Fancies Were 2.50 NOW 1.98 Were 2.98 NOW 2.25 Were 3.95 NOW 2.95 WINTER JACKETS Beversibles — Parkas Sheep or Wool Lined Were 13.95 to 25.00 5.00 to 7.50 off OVERCOATS Our Complete Stock Were 15.95 to 27.00 5.00 to 10.00 of f BATHROBES Good Selection Sixes 6 to 18 20% to 30% off PEA COATS All Wool. Sizes 6 to 20 Were 11.95 to 14.95 3.00 to 5.00 off MACKINAWS Solids & Fancy Patterns Were 13.95 to 19.95 5.00 to 6.00 off Eton Suits . . . Our Complete Stock ... Were 13.95.. .NOW 8.95 Sweaters . . . Coat and SKpovers. . .Special Group NOW 1.75 to 2.98 Ski Pajamas . . . Solid Colors Were 2.75.. .NOW 1,98 Ski Caps . . . AVools and Gabardines 20% off Gloves . . . Knits, Leathers, Etc. ,.! ,20% off Corduroy Knickers Were -'J.98.. .NOW 2.98 Leather Jackets . . . All Types 3.00 to 7.00 off Ski Pants . . , Navy .-Mid Brown.. .Sizes'4 io 8 .;.. .1.00 off Leather Helmets . . . Flannel Lined Were 2.50.. NOW 1.00 Slippers . . . Our Complete Stock 30% off Glove Sets . . . Beige & Yellow Were 2.98.. .NOW 2.25 Wool Shirts . . . Were 5,98 to 10.00 20% to 30% off For Boys' Weav 60 BANK ST. Waterbury, Conn.

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