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January 17, 1947

Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 8

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3-:fAT7fiATi;pi!: 'NFW« (CONN.). ntinAY, .TAN. «, SIJITLV SUKGUANT Capt. Harold R. Somrow, command I nf, ottlcer of Company F. 102 Inf.'iniry, National Guard, an- ru'.unoi'd last night that. Staff SIT- scant John K. Cm-tin, World War II veteran, Cherry street, has bcon named to the post of supply sergeant. Unemployment Claims In Connecticut Continue To Rise n.MV npell? of unemployment, rose to '1,830. Stamford cliiiinn juinpuil O0.t» pel cent duu chiefly to lay-offs In construction and two tit-can shops. Un cpi'laliuy Ui* to consumei 1 trends und po.ssiblp over production in :;omr types of contributed Q,,«ni°« Ul supply r>r platinum cornea from . . Russia Columbia, South America, unemployment benefits For the third consecutive week. j claims taken in Connecticut for continued , I* fi source of growing importunei;. upward, It, was alinouccd by Labor ID the dress shop separation*!. Vet orans hired by the post offjce and by retail stores for Christmas wore i-eappoarinK to file claims, In the Bridgeport area a large machine tool .factory laid off several hundred men when orders did not hold up. Twa radio manufacturers curtailed production because *************** j Commlasloer John J, Egan through 0{ insumcicnt 0 ,. ders iUnd one bl . a ; ss DODGE Hotchkiss St. Oarage 47 IIOTCIIKISS STRKKT Tel. 5727 j; I,, MAZILAt'SKAS, ITop. SAI.K.S — SKKVICK ******* * the olllcc of Executive Director Howard F, Hausman. Claims taken durinK 'he week of January G-ll rose 13.0 per cent over the previous week and 27.4 per cent over the corresponding week in December. Of the 20.098 claims Hied, 7,95-1 were from veterans and -1.992 from women. Initial claims, representing MILLER & PECK' FIRST QUALITY 'Gossamer-fine" PURE SILK HOSIERY company wns hampered by u short- afre of chemicals. In New London there were tho usual holiday separations. A strike involving 120 men which began ot: October 31 w.is officially terminated and the men were now eligible to receive unemployment benefits, ApproxiiruitL'Iy 80 men from a boat company .applied for benefits, VV.UiM'bury rind Moridun, contr ary to the statewide trend, showed doeli.-ses of 12.T and M,3 per cent. Borough Resident Awarded Divorce Nicholas was granted Nauffat.uclt, divorce against Anna (Kraws) '.Schwetz, Brooklyn, N. Y., wh.-i/, 'the uncontested divorce action was heard today by Jud#o William J. Shea in the Superior court. Waterbury. The divorce was jirantcd the plaintiff on a charge of desertion. The couplo were married Oct. 20. 1919. / The uncontented divorce action of Robert Melville Ranslow nptalns.1. Finlh fTowriae'rid) Ranslow is'also scheduled to be heard in the Sii- ,j,;rioi' court today. PIVICO turnis at the close of the Revolutionary war fixed the we.st- ein border of the l.'i states at tHe MI:<:iiKi|>pi river. 1- Reg. 2.98 Full-fashioned 3-thrcad .sheers, in the newest and loveliest shades of spring. Added glamour to your every en.spmble, with these fir.-il rii'allty, pure silk stockings. IIOSIKKY BAR • STRFKT FLOOR WJi'ni-J .-' OUK STORli: Watch lis Grow! CORNER CANTEEN «!« No. Main Street "I»om" Ttillvrlco, Prop. Headquarters For WORK CLOTHES "Big- Jack'' Blue Dungarees J..5/O Itcir.i.M Afiido ol' "coiif.-" flooplono donim sjiiii'orixpi'l-riN'i'ti'cl ])OolviMs. l)niil>!i> stitcher!—nil sixes. "Iron" Stitched Overalls Just wlint tlif ri.-imc implic-s — slitclif'd I'or triple stmiji'lli—<lon- dlc kiif-i—Siiid'ori/cd—x'Uirjuilci'il rip-pror>t'~of liciivy \vt'i.irlil. Blin- (h-nini—.'ill sixes. "Carter's" Bine Work Jackets 5.98 2f»^f wool liliiiikct lined I'or \vnmi wintfM- wo.'ir—with corduroy colhir —siuip Ixitlon I'listi-wrs—3 lur^c pookfts SIXPS -<0 1o 48. Big Yank" Work Pants 2.65 Of heavy Oxford grey covert — with non-rip seiiiiis — re in forced crofcli — imd Svuil'iiri'/i'd I'oi- pemnnnent fit. AVnist si/.es .' J >0 to 'io', Army Surplus Coveralls 5.36 Horc's u rcul buy uncl extra heavy wcifrht— niado to oi-dcr for ^ns-stution uttendants— Karnfromen, carpenters, and men in a dozen dirfci-pnt lines— extra full rind roomy—siin- —In tun only—all nizcs. "Lone Wolf" Work Shirts 1..D&/ Keg. 1.80 Kemforcecl all thru, with non-broak- al>le but tons, snni'ori'/ed for permanent i'it—blue only. Si/.es 14VL> to M STREET FLOOR MEN'S WORK SKCT1ON Toolmaker's Aprons 1.19 A "Uiklreth" made apron of long wen ring; duck with 4 pockets mid tapes included. Butcher Aprons 1.05 A fine quality twill made by "Carter' 1 in white onlv. , Pan Wool Work Socks 29c Heavy wght. '21% woo] black with white I'cot warm and serviceable, Jersey Gloves 59c Fleece lined for outdoor work, warm, and rcullv serviceable. It's Miller & Peck For Work Clothes FAMILY AIDED A New London family of seventeen children nnd their mother l.s Ijelnp oMed by a specially ral.ned fund. The fund wus started after he liC'.'id of the family — Joseph ji'ir.e-- was killed while on his job as construction worker. Nearly If) liundrtrd dollars has been i-aised no fur. ZONING HULK A Bridgeport judgo has ruled unconstitutional n section of the general statutes which authorizes municipalities to forbid erection of business buildings In ccrtcin zones. The decision was handed down by Common Pleus Court Judge Abra- .1 un S. Bordon. FOR A CAB TEL. 5285 HAY or xiGirr Independent Cab Co. Driver Granted Delay In Court Keith Johnson, 33, Osborne road :i driver for the Yellow Cab Service in Waterbury, uppeared in Waterbury City Court today on a charge of violation of rules of .the road. The case was continued by the court for a further hearing. Jo'hnson was arrested yesterday in Waterbury by Motor Patrolman Donald Monaff'an after his fab struck the rear of a car driven by Maureen DowlinR. 27, 19 Harpers' Ferry road, Waterbury. GLIDE-O-MATIC ELECTRIC IRON Automatic Control $995 lightweight—3;.^ Ihs. Nlchronio JJJemcnt CCHNEERC *^ CREDIT JEWELERS^P 167 South Main St. VISIT OUR NEW GIFT SHO,P For Wedding Annlvnrsu'ry and Shower Gifts . . . Sliver, China, Lamp*, VUKCN, Etc. $lto$50 William Schpero JEWELER 180 Church Street NBUgatuck 632 NOBTH MAIN ST. Union City • Tel. <8S3 Probate Notice \ District of Naugatuck, as. Probate Court, January 16th, A. D. j 1947. ? ! Estate of Mary Rezinski, aka Mary Rozinehi, late of Naugatuck, in snid District, deceased. The Executrix, having exhibit* ed her account with said estate to this Court for allowance, and made application for an order of distribution of said estate, it ia ORDERED, That the 21st day of January, A. D. 1947, at 2 o'clock, in iho afternoon, standard time, at | the Probate Office in Naugatuck, be and the same is, assigned for a , hearing on the allowance of said account, and application and the Court directs the Executrix to give notice thereof, by publishing this order in some newspaper having a circulation in said District, and by leaving wi-th, or by mailing in postpaid letters addressed to each of the persons interested, and residing without the Probate District of Nnugatuck, a copy ot this order, all at least, two days before said day of hearing, and return to this Court. Attest, ' RAYMOND M. SHEA, Judge. S1SNTT5NCTCD A Ilartfi>n4 rnah has... been • .at»n- MCutl lo uu'i'vc from otic to ilirto 'years' in «talB*prl»oii on u chargo ot receiving stolen good* Convicted In Superior court was 32•year-old Walter T. Ols'/.cwslii. SUITS' —', Tlio Stcclvvorkrri* union IIIIN fllcil two new l>iu:|c purlul |iuy NilltH uguiiiHl; two Chicago firm*.' Th* c«w» demand a totul of nwrp than 401 million dollurH. WHEN YOU THINK OF LIQUORS- THINK FIRST OF THE CITY PACKAGE STORE SPECIALS SLOE GIN ........... : . . . . PAUL JONES WHISKEY . '3.39 IMPERIAL WHISKEY .... GIVE TO THE MARCH OF DIMES! ! CITY PACKAGE STORE 96 BRIDGE ST. (TeJ. 4892) UNION CITY FREE, PROMPT DELIVERY ANYWHERE IN TOWN MEN! FOLLOW THE SMART BUYERS TO GARSTON'S STOREWIDE SAVE! SAVE! 3 SUPER SPECIALS FOR THURS., FRI. & SAT. ONLY MTAMJMMi IMF GLORIOUS WEATHER BEATERS IN OVERCOATS THAT ARE BIGCEH THAN WEATHER IN WARMTH WITH. OUT BULK FABRICS. '; Precision built overcoats as Burberrys build them in London, and Rogers - Peet, Hickey - Freeman • and Adler-Rochester build them in this country. Nothing: left out that should be in—nothing in that should be left out — The choicest of British and American fabrics and best of British and American tailoring $50 to $100. Atlantic Hi-Arc Gasoline for Quick Starting POUST'S SERVICE STATION 144 Rubber Ave| Tel. 49S3 For A Snack, a Sandwich or a Full Meal, Try DUFFY'S Restaurant WATER STREET FULL LIQUOR UCBNH MEN'S WOOL SHIRTS $5.87 For sporls! For outdoor workers! For leisure hours! Pljiids, solid slmdtis :iiid smnrt c-liocks. Full size r;inyi;. MEN'S WOOL MACKINAWS Fine quality all wool. Big burly plaids. Full range of .sizes in the lot. Established 1STO S ^ Vacatio ave DepoilU Fully Guaranteed Dreaming About A Trip This Summer? Why not start your planning now by opening a SAVINGS ACCOUNT? Through regular deposits you can he sure of having plenty of money without dipping into the expense account whtn vacation time rolls around. Naugatuck Savings Bank Naugatuck, Conn. |GUS SMOKE SHOP 40? North Slain St. Union City Giift Klimuszewskl, Prop. MODEL AIRPLANES HALF PRICE MEN'S ALL WOOL ROBES 810-87 Here's real value! Smart plaids, chock* nnd i paisleys. • ALL OTHER MERCHANDISE REDUCED GRRSTOn'S "THE MAN WHO KNOWS WEARS GARSTON CLOTHES" 99 BANK STREET, WATERBURY Highland Package Store !»3 Highland Avc. — Trl. S983 AntJiony Furrar, Prop. FUKE DELIVERY All Parts of Xaii(r«tuck WHITE FISH MARKET JOSEPH CAERAL, Prop 8 South Main St. T(>l. 5004 SALT mid FRESH WATER FISH of ALL KINDS Ten room UOUM, B roodw floor, 5 room* second ftow, bath-room*, hot »!r tanao, electricity, * car (irace. Formerly 2 tenement and owner will re-convert U! tenement* and clve I occupancy to first floor. Located en»t aide of town iM may be Iniipected In atterMM.. F.W.EATOI Room 9 Neary B Church Street TRY CLASSIFIED AM - ATTENTION — TRUCK OWNERS! On our hilly icy roads, it is necessary that _ trucks be equipped with good chains to do their wo* safely. We have in stock the following sizes of these hard-to-get "accessories available in limited quantity- 1 Truck Chains , 6.50-20, 32x6 Single Pneumatic 7.00-20, 32x6 Dual Pneumatic 7.50-20, 34 x 7 Dual Pneumatic 8.25-20 Dual Pneumatic Cross Links 7.00-7.50 Single Pneumatic 7.00-7.50 Duel Pneumatic We have a supply of Truck Chain Spreaders fld Truck End Hooks for chain repairs. Also — For Your Passenger Car Mud hooks for 6.75-7.00-7.50 tires and chain spreaders. The Naugatuck Fad Company 87 CHURCH ST. Try NEWS Want AdV-they bring ill t Qu

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