Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 22, 1947 · Page 8
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 8

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, January 22, 1947
Page 8
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PAGE H—NAUGATUCK NEWS <COVN), WEDNESDAY, -TAN. 22, 1047 AITOINTKO NVw Haven, Jan. 22—(UP)—The vlcr president and director of public nffalls of the Columbia Broad- ensting System has been appointed a member of the Yalr University review advisory board. The appointment of Edward Marrow was announced by Editor-emeritus Dr. Wilbur Cross. GOING AWAY? GKT YOUR LUGGRGE At FISHER'S 111 South Main St., \ Deluxe Straight Bourbon Whiskey $4.24 J. K. STORES CUT HATK, l.IQUOKS, WINKS, I1KEKS Free Delivery Anywhere In 396 No. Muln St. Tel. 4970 $200, If with dependents, arc urged to cull at their' nearest Veterans Administration office should they dosiru to receive' subsistence allowances. Part-Time Students May Be Entitled To Subsistence A v e t p r a n tuUinK «'i p'irt.-llmr course under Public Law :',:(! (G7 Hill) and who is ii'su riijaij.yocl in I'lill-time employment which la not n pnrt ol' his course nuiy b*' (Mititlt'd in subsistence allowance. Veterans Administration official* of-thu Hartford Regional Office stated today, The amount of subuistt'iico allowance, it was explained, will bo determined by the- wugoH received by tht> veteran for productive labor, nnd the number of hours applied to the part-time instruction. Employed veterans taking pfii't- tinio courses requiring the attentl- nnee of nix clock hours or more por | corner of the building just at dusk Neurosis China Offers Recipe For Routing Pigeons •Springfield, III. (UP),—Meredith Rhule. Snngumon County ahoi'iff, turned to 11 volume of ancien ; t Chinese lore to find a solution to pi- Tcon trouble lit the county courthouse. M 0'<.- hn'a toying with 'the idea of having his deputies spend their evenings pounding cymbals outside the building to drive the birds away. According to Rhule, Chinese saws prescribed this solution in iJCO B.C.: "Place four men, each equipped .-ilh n pair of cymbals, at each week and whose monthly earnings do not amount to SITS, if single, or THE n CHINA INN At l.nivi-iiw rNiiii A VI-, Wiili-rln S|iri-iuli'/iuK in ChlMi'ir itiul AiiiiTlrilM Ilislit". Stop In After the Theater OIIIMI Dully I I n. in. Hi III ,,, ,,,. Silllll:i.v« I'! 11:11111 In II) |i. I,,. CliKfll nil ll:i.v .Muinlii.v., when pigeons arc coming home to " them mnkc as much noise as possible. Continue 'treatment foe week and it will be unnecessary to r.ontiiiue long', except as occasional reminder." By DR. .1. B. WARREN Half t-he patients who consult a physician have nothing wrong with them, that Is no organic disease. They consuK .a physician because they have symptoms and as these symptoms may occur about the heart, stomach ,or other organ they think they have a disease of that organ. After careful examination the physician assures them that they haVv^o disease of tho organ and explains how their emotion* actually cause symptoms resembling true disease. (Released by The Consolidated News Features, Inc.) About one-fourth of the maple syrup produced annually in New York anrl Vermont is used to flavor "M'.'iouB kinds of tobacco. Vermont began the commercial quarrying -of. granite on a large scale as early as 1812. CLEARANCE off MEN'S OVERCOATS 26 OVERCOATS 11 MEN'S SHEEPL1NED JACKETS $5.00 S12.95 Values 14 MEN'S LEATHER JACKETS $14.95 Values to $27,50 26 MEN'S WOOL PLAID SHIRTS $4.95 Values to $8,50 19 MEN'S ALL WOOL SLEEVELESS SWEATERS $3.95 Values to S8.50 VALUES TO $40.00 16 MEN'S ALL WOOL MACKINAWS $9.95 516.50 Values 19 MEN'S ALL WOOL ROBES $9.95 Values to $17.50 28 MEN'S ALL WOOL SWEATERS Coat Style and Pull-Overs $5.00 Values to $10.95 30 PAIRS MEN'S COTTON T~ WORK PANTS $2.95 $4.00 Values Men's Pajamas $3.95 Values to $5.95 Men's All Wool Ribbed Socks $ i.oo pair Values to $1.95 Flannel Nightshirts $2.95 191-199 CHURCH STREET NAUGATUCK, CONN. Army To Accept Small Increment Of Officer Candidates A small increment of applicants for commisHlons will be brought Into the Regular Army late this month, Major General Willard S. Paul, War Department Director of Personnel and Administration, announced today. No estimate of the size of the Increment was available other than a statement that it would be a small proportion of the 25,003' authorized by Act of Congress for the Second Regular Army Integration Program, These officers will be drawn from those npplicants whose papers have bee? completely processed and who have received their final interviews for Regular Army commissions. As of January 6, a total of 60,000 persons had Indicated dfi- nire for Regular Army commissions, but the papers of the majority of these individuals have not yet been processed. Principal delay is experienced in the receipt of Officer Evaluation Reports from former commanding officers, many of whom have been released from the service. General Paul emphasized that the integration of the first increment this month will in no way prejudice the grade or date of rank of persons to be commissioned in future increments. Regular Army grades and dates of rank within those grades are arrived at on a positive rather than a comparative basis, the age or length of service of each individual being the determining factor for that individual, General P.aul explained. The second an<I larger increment of officers is expected to be drawn three or four months later, a.nd the third and final increment of 1947 som«time in the lale .summer. No breakdown as to proportions of air, ground and service personnel to be appointed is available .at this time. The salt in the Great Salt Lake amounts to nearly 25 per cent of Hie total weight of its contents, or about 6,000,000,000 tons. Club Deprecates Quick-View Maps Philadelphia (UP)—The Keystone Automobile Club frowns on gadgets which tempt motorists to disregard driving, fundamentals. The club wan particularly irked at the latest offering of a manufacturer of a compartment designed to he attached to auto and truck visors "to keep in view for split- Bccond reference to road maps, guide books, and other material the driver might need at a glance." • There is no harm In the gadget itself, the club explained, "but the idea of split-second rornrcncc'cer- tainly Implies use of the compartment while the car is In motion. Looking nt a map or consulting memoranda in a moving vehicle is decidedly bad driving practice," WALKER TURNER Tnble und Floor MoilH 15" DRILL PRESSES $90 to $111:75 Complete With Motor MILL SUPPLIES' ER TOOLS 22SAVINGS ST TU.5-2241 DYE WORK EMBRUSKI RUPTURE TRUSSES Arournitlr flllrit to your r**qulrf nifnta of Waterbury 206 Bonk St. 5-0013 Waterbury THOSE PEDIGREED PECCARYS FROM SOUTH AMERICA ARE THE GREATEST LITTLE PORKERS THAT EVER FOUND THEIR WAY INTO CROSS PIGSKIN GLOVES FOR MEN. Thin little hides come through without a scratch because they never fomented a rebellion and kept'away from barbwire fences in their South America quarters with the result they're the prize hides of the Americas and they go into Mark Cross gloves at $7.24. Atlantic Hi-Arc Gasoline for Quick Starting POUST'S SERVICE STATrOW 144 Kublrcr Ave| Tel. 49S5 For A Snack, a Sudwtcfc or a Full Meal, Try DUFFrS Restaurant WATBB STREET FCU* LIQUOR LICENMB » 151 No. Muln St. 3807 R&P METAL WORKS 99 SO. MAIN STREEX (Hear) Expert Welding of AJ1 Types Forging, Sheet Metal and Ornamental Steel Work Sheet und Bar McUl for Sale Telephone 0377 Additional Classified Announcements Skating is good at Paulson's in Woodbrldge. It's two miles from Seymour, eight from New Haven,, just off cement surfaced Route 67. Parties invited. Electric lights for i night skating. Tel. Seymour 509. NOTICE Ashes removed—rubbish removed from cellar. Sand and gravel. General moving. Tel. -1292 or 4702. GUITAR — Instructions for beginners and advanced pupils. Instrument loaned free. Fred Bredice. Guitar Studio, 2-1 Grand St. Tel. Wtby. -1-013C or 3-9120. Real Estate Wanted Houses for Sale TWO Family House on Greenwood St. Three rooms in each apartment. Immediate occupancy. Call or see Joseph V, Rosko, 3 Union St.. Tol. 4B28-2B. f i2. Established 1870 Dcpotlti Fully Guaranteed ARE YOUR SAVINGS INSURED? \KS. All deposits in thl.s bank are ffuuraiitcrd In full by tin; Savings Banks' l>pposlt Guaranty Fund of Con- nr«'(i<'iil, Inrorpuralrd, NEARLY NEV"—1 family house of six rooms. 3uiH with pre-war materials. Oak floors brass pipes, hot water heat and garage. A. Sheplcy, tcl. 2433 or D14-J. Employment Help Wanted—Male WANTED—News Carriers in all suctions of town. Inquire Mr. H. T. Dillon. News Office. RECENT College graduate chemist or chemical engineer for work as an assistant chemist in Rubber laboro. : tory of n plant located in BOUthwestcrn 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 Daily News. WESTERN SECTION — Two family house with modern apartment vacant for new owner. WALTER H. HART, INC. REALTOR — INSURANCE John C. Kiernan Eve. Naug. 5707 20 East Main St., Wtby. 4-3129 GUS SMOKE SHOP 402 North Muln St. Union City Gus KllmaszewNki, Prop. MODKL AIRFLAXKS HALF PRICK FOR SALE—Curtiss St. 3 family, 12 rooms, store, 2 car garage. Four room house with large piece of land. Scott St., two family house, 31 rooms. New Haven Rd— one family house, one car garage, lurgc barn and seven acres of land. JOHN HEALY. Tel. 5031. Highland Package Store ; 93 Highland Ave. — Tel. 3983 Anthony Fnrrur, Prop. FREE DELIVERY All Parts of Naugatuck SALESMEN Wonderful opportunity for ambitious, live-wire men to become a part of our sales force to introduce a special offer by N. E. Largest Photographic Studio. No car or experience necessary. We train you. Sec Mr. Ray, 108 Bank St., Wtby. Room 30. "EVERY DAY IS PAY DAY" 2 Help Wanted—Female WANTED —Housekeeper for middle aged couple; simple cooking, live in or out. Near High school. Pay good. Tel, 3S04. Waitresses Wanted—Married women for full or part time work- Andy's Campus. 1GG Church St. Real Estate Wanted VACANCY Feb. 15 —An 11 room house on Millville Ave. in A-l condition. For .further details call A. Shepley, tel. 2433 or 5144. FAIRCYlILD ST.—Between Gorman and Lewis. A brand new 1 family house — all modern improvements. $12,000. Patsy Labriola, Real Estate Agent, 172 High St. Tel. 3-158. t Land For Sale LOT on Riverside Drive—lying between two Highways—1,420' frontage, 75 to 500' deep. Must be sold immediately. Price SI,MO Louis Taylor, 75 Huntingdon Rd,, Stratford. Tel. 7-3G25. Real Estate Agents WHITE PISH MARKET JOSEPH CAERAL, Prop $ South Main St. Tcl. 500* SALT and FRESH WATER FISH of ALL KINDS FOR SALE Ten room home, 5 room* fir* floor, 5 rooms second floor, t bath-roomi, hot «ir furn electricity, 2 car raruc«. Formerly 2 tenement holm and owner will re-convert to I tenements and Rive Immediate occupancy to flrat floor. Located cast mldc of town *nl may be Innpected In afternoon. F.W.EATON Room 9 Neary Building Church Street TRY CLASSIFIED ADS IT'S AUTOMATIC HEAT- for a cleaner, more comfortable hone! 3 HOUKCS for Sale THE NEAGLE AGENCY REAL ESTATE INSURANCE 63 Bank St., Wtby. 4-1250 7a Wanted To Rent' WANTED—2-room apartment or room with kitchen privileges for veteran and wife. Tel. 5'I87. WANTED — APARTMENT OF S OR •! ROOMS, NAUG. OR VICINITY. TEL. 2041. For Rent BETHANY-NAUGATUCK Route 03, second house near Bethany-Naugatuck line, bordered by Cotton Hollow Brook, look for our sign, 7 room farmhouse having city water, 7 acres with lovely evergreens and shade trees. 2-story barn for chickens, cows and a horse. Garage. Plus summer house on the cliff. Really a delightful location. Occupy in 30 days. $XO,500. Cooperating brokers invited. HARRY MERWIN—New Haven Tel. 3-0895 FOR *VLE—2 family house, 3 and 4 rooms on lot 50' x 203'. Garage ..and.shed. On Walnut St. Tcl. 3744 mornings or between 5 and 7 eves. VACANT 4 room cottage, fully furnished. For' further details, call A, Shepley, 2433 or 5144. Room* To Rent FOR RE-NT — Furnished healed room. With or without board, for girl or woman. Tel. 3110. FURNISHED — Heated room for gentleman. All modern Improvements. Tel. 2969. . Announcements 11B reraonMB Attention Students—Graduate name cards by Kraft. Sunshine Notes. Personalized Stationary, Tel. 3889. SEWING and Alterations to do In my own home. Tel. 3232. MONUMENTS Special Price* On . All Memorial! W. RICHARDS—260 So. Main St. —Dial 3*87 Good-bye lo furnace drudgery! With • Fairbankt'Mone Automatic Sioktr on the job . . . frequent ihovcling of eotl and a«hc« it t thing of the put. Your home i« more comfortable, too . . . fat a nokcr gives you cle«n, evenly rafii- lated heat. And the coil? It'i actually less than ifie eotl of handftrittg . . , became a Fairbanki-Monc Stoker not only burnt lett CQJ! but usci the more economical tizet of coal. Drop in today^ and learn why a Fairbanki-Mone Automatic Stoktr can terve you better and more economically than any other type of heating. FAmBANKS-MORSE STOKERS For tltctt, Nni/orm, ifo- nomifal t\ta jrpma' OH- orn 5(ot«r 3 Years to Pay Through F. H. A. The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 87 CHURCH STREET TEL. 5236

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