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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 8

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PAGE B—NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.). MONDAY. .TAN. 87, 194T — Church Notes - St. Mary's Novena devotions In honor of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal will be held this evening at 7:30. The High Sciiool Study club will meet after the devotions. The weekly parish entertainment will be {riven Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. A requiem high Mass for Mnuricc Cowan, rccluootcd by Edward Cowan, will be cclcbi^t.f-rt Friday morning at 8 o'clock. An anniversary requiem high Mass for Joseph Grebauskas, request":! by the family will be cclc- brn'ed Saturday morning at 8 o'clock. St. Hedwig's The High Schoal Study club will meet tfiis evening at 7:30 in the class rooms under the church. Religious instructions for public school children will be held Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock and Sun- clay morning after the 0:20 Mass. St. Michael's ( Beacon N'ovena devotions in honor of St. Joseph will be held this evening at , 7:30. i Next Sunday is communion Sun-j dny for all members of the parish. A visiting pric.H will be on horn! | Saturday afternoon and evening to , hear confessions. St. Francis' Rehearsals for the musical revue will be hold this evening and Wednesday at 7:30 o'clock in Columbus Hall. All members of the cast are requested to attend. Two basketball games will be played tomorrow night at Colum- bUB Hall for the benefit of the March of Dimes. A month's mind Mass will be celebrated Wednesday morning at J o'clock for Rocco Scavonc. The Children's Choir will sing the Mass. A month's mind Mass for Frank Campbell will be celebrated Saturday morning at 8 o'clock. The Children's Choir will sing. The Council of Catholic -Women will meet Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock In St. Cecelia's Hall. The Men's Club will meet Thursday evening at S o'clock in St. Cecelia's Hall. The CYO basketball team will practice Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock in Columbus Hall. The weekly parish entertainment will ho given Friday evening'at 7 o'clock. The Senior choir will rehearse Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. The Junior choir will rehearse Thursday evening at 7. Area of the Republic of Panama is slightly smaller than the state of Maine. It Is 425 miles long and it varies in width from 31 miles 'to a maximum of 118 miles. Bulletins (Continued From Page One) Plan To Increase Bond Authorization To $900,000 A bill to increase the borough's bond issuing capacity to .$900,000 Is expected to be introduced to the General Assembly during its current session. At the 19-IO Legislature the borough was authorized to issue bonds totaling $-100.000 for n sewage disposal plant and public buildings. The borough's borrowing capacity Is $1,000,000 based on five per cent of the grand list and outstanding indebtedness. According to borough olllcials the purpose In seeking the additional funds Is a matter' of "expediency" and not ilue to any large scale construction or other plans. Increasing the bonded indebtedness to SOOO.OOO leaves a leeway of 5100,000 in short term borrowing and other financial obligations that the borough could expect. Since the grand list is expected to be Inci eased by more than three million dollars this yi',ar, the borough's borrowing limit will automatically be jumped and will in all probability exceed its present 1-million-dollar limit. Tax Review Board Schedules Meetings Starting Feb. 1 Chairman James Cuddy of the IJo.ird of T.->x Review announced today that the board will be in session starting February 1 to consider complaints an,d appeals from the actions of the assessors, who are now In the process of preparing the grand list. The grand list may bn completed hy February I, Init 'in extension of l'> days may br ubUiin'-d by the n..s'!pssots if necessary to finish the job, Members" of the Board of Tax Review aro Mr-. Cuddy. George Lam- >-"rt. anrl Arthur Stlnson. secretary. They will be in session fit the town hall from 3 to r> p. tit. «n February I. r,, 19, "8 and March 1. Driver Fined $10 In Borough Court William Cnpardlno. 397 High street, is one of 17 drivers notified to appear before Francis Hogan, director of operator control of the j St'it.e Motor Vehicle Department, i Thursday at lf):30 in the Water- | hury City Court. The 17 are drivers whose licenses are in danger of being suspended for some infraction of the motor vehicle laws or have been suspended, Capardino was charged with reckless driving June Ifi, 19-12, operating under suspension, Aug. I, 19-12, Jlccni'-e suspended July 20, lfM2. Lecture Course By Dr. Louise Ames Opens Tomorrow Mrs, Gertrude M. Madlgan will accept registration at her office in Salem school for a lecture course to be given at the high school auditorium by Dr. Louise Bates Ames, assistant to Dr. Arnold Gcsell, director of Child Development, Yale University. First lecture in the course wKI be given tomorrow evening at 7:30, after which, Mrs. Madigan emphasizes, no registrations will be taken. Dr. Bates' lectures, which arc part of the adult education program, deal with the basic concepts of the development and raising of Ihe child." Title of the opening loo- ture, which will be given with Uic aid of movies, is "The Development Point of View." Dr. Ames received her B.A. degree from the University of Maine in 1D30: her M.A. degree from Yale in 1930. She has been employed lit ,ihe clinic of child development since 1933 as research assistant to Dr. Gcsell. At present she is research assistant and curator of Yule films of child development. She is also co-author of the "The First Five Years of Ijife," and has collaborated in the two recent Yale Publications, "Infant and the Child in the Culture of Today," and "The Child From Five to Ten." The five lectures arc scheduled for Tuesdays, Jan. 28, Feb. 4, 11, 18 and 25. Fire Damages '! from i-'ncc will hnvc charge of the Youth Sunday service at 10:-tC a. m. notl Sunday. All members are ui-trod to come to church for this event. The Ladii's Aid Society will moot lit 2:30 p. m, Thursday. Fob fl at the pfi St. Francis Club Plans Valentine Dance February 15 The S'. r-'rancis club will stage si. Valentine dance and cabaret. Saturday, Feb. 15. in Columbus hall with dancing from 8:30 p. m. to midnight. Ernest Allen Is concr;il c.hair- m;m of thn committees in charge of the affair. Other chairmen arc: Chin-Ins Fellows, food: Joseph Smith, entertainment: and Bernard Sullivan, tickets. Subcommittees will he appointed lit a meeting Thursday at 8 p. m, jit St. Francis school. Freddie Brodicc's orchestra will play for the dancing. Refreshments and novelties will be available. All members arc urged to attend. Tickets are now on sale. CONTINUANCE The east 1 of Leonard Ollero, 41, 88 Hlfh street, rhn.i-ffed with violation of the rules of the road, was continued to Fch- S. when heard SaturHay by Judge John Gaffncy in the Wa-' tcrbury city court. SirFFKRS BURNS John D. Motter, 21. o[ 57 Ccn- tral avenue, Ntiuffatiick. suffered acid burns of the richt arm and neck Saturday at his place of employment, the Watcrbury Platlnp Company. He received treatment at St., Mar'ys hospital and was then discharged. FOUND DKAD A Hartford man has been found dead in a j?ns-fllled room. The doad man is a 50-years-old Lewis Jone^. The medical examiner; says Jones was found in a room. with two sas jets and an oven jet j turned on on n stove. | DRAFT BILL War Donnrtmont—A War «Dc- pnitment ofllclnl Hay* ho will awnlt fljinl Army rccrultlnn (Inures for January before decldliiK whether to roootnincnd extension of the draft, But n nhurp rise In voluntary cnllHtmonts has luld- ed to the l>cllef that tiie draft act will IM> ullowod to die at the end of Miireh UK scheduled. ooo KIDNAP THREAT 'Cincinnati—folice havu thrown a coidcm around the Cincinnati suburban home of Mr. and Mrs. Stuart' Murphy after they received a threat n-ote. The writer threatened to kluiiap one of their three children unless he received one thousand dollars, oOo TRANSFER TRIAL Frunkfurt—-U. S. Army officials huve announced that the jewel theft trlul. of Colonel Juclc Durunt will bo transferred to thi> United StittcH this week. The announcement says the transfer is being made to hear testimony from witnesses "who would not or could not vonie to Europe," _. 0 Oo NEW AIR LETTER 'WashinRton—The Post Onicc Department plans to issue! a new "air letter," simTTar "to V-mail, that can be sent anywhere overseas for 10 cents. Second Assistant Postmaster General Gael Sullivan says the new service probably will be inaugurated next month. oOo——• THREE DIE Boston—A Dorchester mother and two children have burned to death in a fire that swept their tenement home In Dorchester. The victims were- Mrs. Rose Myers, her five-year-old daughter l.ce and her son Eugene, 2 years old. Mrs. Myers' husband and another child are hospitalized with critical burns. oOo— THAW CONTINUES Boston—The current January thaw will continue a fifth day in New England tomorrow. But the weather bureau says seasonably cold weather will set in by tomorrow evening. And then— continues the weatherman — a very cold wave is scheduled to come on from the western Great Plains, oOo SEARCH IN OHIO Stafford Springs, Conn. — The .search for the business manager of the Connecticut Cooperative Federation hus turned to the home of his parents in Ohio. Leonard Brocco allegedly cm- he'/y.lcd S»0,0(K) of the' Federation's iiinus. He disappeared last week just before the hooks were to bo audited. —-oOo NO TAX REDUCTIONS Washington- -The chairman of the tax-writing- Ways and j'l'ans committee, Representative Harold Knutson of Minnesota, says I there will be no tax reductions this year unless portal-to-porlal pay suits arc outlawed. , —-oOo NEGOTIATIONS OFF London—Foreign Minister Ernest Bevin told the House of Commons today that the Egyptian government has informed him that It has broken off negotiations over revisions of the Anglo-Egyptian treaty of I'JUIi. oOo VESSEL SINKING Boston—The Coast Guard reports that a fishing vessel is in a sinking condition in Long Island Sound, about five miles south of Bridgeport, Conn. The boat, the New Yofk dragger June Bride, damaged its bottom on a shoal. Her three-man crew has been removed. Johnson Twins Funeral Today Carl R. Johnson and Floyd O. Johnson, infant twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd E. Johnson, Osborn road, died yesterday at the Waterbury hospital. Funeral services were held this afternoon at 1:30 o'clock from the Bailey Funeral Home, 62 Oak street, with tho Rev. William Frcndbcrg of the Salem Lutheran church officiating. Burial was In Grove cemetery. Mrs. Dies In Mail — Attention Students — Graduate Name Cards by Kraft. Sunshine Notes, Personalized Stationary. Tel. 3889 REFRIGERATION SERVICE Electric Appliance Co. 1244 Baldwin St. Wat. — Tel. 4-4242 1'art.y Joseph Chicoskl, Jr., sun of Mr, :>nrl Mrs. Joseph Chicoski. Si-., Ave. F?, was feted at a birthday party in honor of his sixth birthday SUM- rfay jiftornoon at his home. Guests Included his brother Robert, nnd nistrr Betty Jean. Cousins attending were John Chicoski, Laurana rh'f-oskl, Joseph Eojko. Edward ("hlcoskl. Friends attending were Potrlrla Rybinskl. Carol Rapackl, and George Sullivan. Game* wore played by the children. Refreshments were served, DEAD AT <>S Greenwich, Jan, 27—(UP) — Death h;'s taken the town's only Krcat- jrrcat-Ki'finclmoth"! 1 . Mrs. Anna A. Ritch Jermanc died at the acre of If You Want to Buy or Sell REAL ESTATE See "Tony" Farrar Tel. 4233 HAY! HAY! • Timothy & Clover Mixed • Timothy & 1 Alfalfa Mixed • Oat-Straw Priced Reasonable • Car or Truckload Lots James Metcalf Woodbury, Conn. Phone Waterbury 4-0005 Before 6 F. M. or' Woodbury 291-3 after 7:30 P. M, Mrs. Mnry -lidulse -Roblqaon, 82, wife of William' .T, Kobinson and mother of Mrs, Willlanf'E. Hill, ICO Meadow street, died at'her home in Bath, Mo.',"laat -\vcek. Born in Arkport, N. Y., the daughter of James and Mary (Stearns) Colgrovo, 'She had been a resident of Bttith for 51 years. She was a member of the Central Congregational church. Besides her husband and daughter she is survived by a sister, Miss 1- ranees Colgrovo, Und a brother, Pitts Colgrrove, • both of Minneapolis, Minn., and two grandsons, William E. Hill, Jr., and Robert C-Hill, both of Naugatuck. P. H. Watkins ~ Fire Causes $500 Damage To Garage On Fail-child St. Fire, : believed caused by a defective oil burner .yesterday destroyed the frame roof of a brick garage and workshop on Fail-child street. Ernest Woostcr, occupant 1 of the'second floor, escaped with- Dies In Ohio P. H. Watkins of Ashland, Ohio, former local resident and chemist of.the U. S. Rubber Co., died yesterday afternoon at tho horn: of his daughter, Mrs. Patricia Lay in Sandusky, Ohio. Mr. Watkins and his family resided in l.he borough for abou; 10 years and was well-known In industrial and social circles. 111 for about a year, he was dev.|!opmcnt director of the Eagle Rubber Co, in Ashland, Surviving is his wife, Mrs. Maude Walking,' and two dautfh- vlcr/i ,/Mrs. Lay and Mrs. Joan Dewcy of Ashland, Funeral services will be held Wednesday in Sandusky. Driver Notified For Hearing Throe cases, all involving auto drivers, were heard this morning by Judge Martin Cainc in borough court, Michael Eoaskn.s, Jr., 19,1 Andrew avenue, charged with violation of the rules of the road, was fined $10. Anthony Danco, 1597 North Main street, Watcrbury, forfeited a $5 bond on a charge of violation of the rules of the road. Dance went through a red traflic light, according to Patrolman Harris Burke. A charge of violation of the motor vehicle laws against Edward Murray, 9 Dalton drive, was continued until May 3. FI BE A fire has broken out at- the Ccdarcrest sanatorium at Newington but none 'of the patients were disturbed by the blaze. The fire was brought under control before it could do much damage. The origin of the fire is unknown., VERPLEX SHADES 03c to $9.95 STRISIK'S ill (,nnter tit. vvatarnury, Uonn, LARGE MKTAL WASTE BASKETS — l)8c TRIMS WALL I'AI'ER READY PASTED BORDERS KEMTONE GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE J78 MAPLE STREET (Af.rnsK from City Bakery) Frnc Delivery Telephone 5044 GOING AWAY? GET YOUR i LUGGRGE At FISHER'S 111 South Main St., Watcrhur.v JU3T LIKE NEW/ Upholstery .. . DURACLEANING is recommended nationally by America's leading furniture & dcpt. stores. CARPETING, TWIST, ORIENTALS ... and FINE UPHOLSTERY May now be safely cleaned and revived with consideration • for their life and textures" Dura- cleaninp restores resilience to wool fibers * Pile unmats and rises * Colors revive * Furnish- infjs are Dura-cleaned in your home * No inconvenience in having them done. Phone Waterbury 4-1781 "Coast to Coast Service" DURACLEAN SERVICE CO. 29 East Liberty St. Waterbury out Injury. Fire Marshal Michael F. Shea, who said he believed .the blaze started from-a defective oil burner, estimated damage to be $500. • The building is owned by Walter Boncal. Chief John .T. Sheridan said-the flames ' • were chocked by water from the ' tanks of two trucks and a line from a hydrant. The •firemen were first summoned by a telephone call shortly before 1 n. m. nnd a box alarm svas pulled by the crew of the first piece of apparatus to arrive at tho burning building. U.S. Rubber Badminton Team Upsets Waterbury The badminton team of the United States Rubber Company Footwear Plant scored a stunning upset yesterday afternoon by defeating the strong Watcrbury "Y" racket wiclders on the local "Y" court to the tune of a 5-1 score. The Waterbury team, defending champions of the State Central Section and finalists in last year's Connecticut Badminton Association Tournament, kept the issue in doubt right up to the 7lh and Jeclding set of games when the Rubber team of Harry Anderson and Phil Brown put the match on ice by taking the measure of Jim Lockwood-Vin Galgot team in straight sets, 15-8, in-10. . The individual upset of the day was turned in by Captain Chuck Welch of the U. S. Rubber Ked- sters who trounced Joe Sullivan, No. 1 man on the Watcrbury team and high ranking state performer. After winning a thrilling first game by a 10-13 margin. Welch had an easy time of it in the second game, posting a 15-4 win for the match. . . Missing Girl Found Asleep In Parked Car Ten-year-old Bcvorly Newton, object of a Btato-wide police search since reported'missing from her West Cheshire home after 4 p. m, Friday, was found asleep in a parked automobile In Reldvllle Saturday afternoon. Beverly Is living with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Page, Went Cheshire, while her father, Harold Newton of New York Is looking for an apartment In that city. Newton, an ex-serviceman, was notified when the girl was reported missing and arrived in Cheshire late Saturday afternoon,' shortly before Beverly was found. CUB MEETING Ralph Lyon, cubmnstcr, will preside at the regular monthly meeting of Cub Pack No. 2. of the Congregational church tomorrow eve nlng at 7 o'clock at the parish house. Parents an well as Cubs arc invited to this meeting. Wheat in various forms constitutes about 19 per cent of the tolul food of an American family. Why Thousand* of Doctors Have Prescribed (CAUSED BY COI.3S) iiN must be good wlicn thou- mndn of Doctors hnvc preocrlbed It for no many ycnra. PERTUHSIN nets at once to relieve such coughing. It actually loosen* phlegm »nd makes It coaler to mine. Sale and cffecllvf tor both old •nd young. Pleasant tailing, tool The Union Jack svas adopted as the national flag of England in 1606. MARRIAGE VOW! Make him promise to let you send the laundry to us! You'll both like the quality of our work and he'll like our moderate charges and prompt service. AMERICAN LnUNORYCO. PHONE: 4-4106'feO COTTAGE PI Additional Classified Announcements NOTICE Cattle Auction Tuesday, Jan. 28, at 1 p. m. at the Barn of F. W. Von Wcrdcr & Son. White Hills Dist., Shcl-ton. Conn. -10 head of choice dairy cows. Sale rain or shine. D. Luther, auctioneer. NOTICE ORCHESTRA—All sizes available for dances, entertainments and all social events. Wtby. 3-1037 or 3-73G1. ~~NOTICE Ashes removed—rubbish removed from cellar. Sand and gravel. General moving. Tel. -1292 or 4702. THE NEW Eagle-Picher all aluminum combina'tion storm window and screen, guaranteed to last a house time is now available for immediate installation. Phone at no obligation for demonstration. Eagle—Insulation, D. H. Snydcr & Co., Inc., Watcrbury 4-3310. . For Sale Ho USER for Sale BETHANY-NAUGATUCK Route 63, 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. $10,500. Cooperating brokers invited. HARRY MERWIN—New Haven Tel, 3-0895 FAIRCHILD ST. — Between Gorman and Lewis. A brand new 1 family house —all modern improvements. $12,000. Patsy Lab- rlola. Real Estate Agent, 172 High St. Tel. 3-1C8, Legal Notices NOT RESPONSIBLE NOTICE On and after thiB date I will not be responsible for any bills contracted other than by myself. Signed: ADOLPH G. HASENBEIN Hunter's Mountain Naugatuck, Coi.'n. Dated at Naugatuck this 27th day of Jan., 1947. Employment Help Wanted—Male 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 Daily News. 2 He-Ill Wanted—Femata 'RELIABLE Mother's Helper wanted. Pleasartt home in the country. Live in. Write Box B, care of "News." FOR .SALE—4 Room House and garage. All Improvements except bath.' Lot 100' X 100'. Call 321S after 4 p. m- FOR SALE—Curtiss St. 3 family, 12 rooms, store, 2 car garage. Four room hoin>c with large piece of land. Scott St., two family house, 11 rooms. New Haven Rd— one family house, one car garage, large barn and seven acres of land. JOHN IIEALY, Tel. 5031. WESTERN SECTION — Two family house with modern apartment vacant for new owner. WALTER -H. HART, INC. REALTOR — INSURANCE John C. JCicrnan Eve. Naug. 5707 20 East Main St.. Wtby. 4-3129 VACANCY Feb. 15 — An 11 room house on Millville Ave. in A-l condition. For -further details call A, Shcpley, tel. 2433 or 5144. WANTED — Housekeeper for middle aged couple; simple cooking, live in or out. Near High school. Pay good. Tel. 3804. Waitresses Wanted—Married women for full or part time work- Andy's Campus, 166 Church St. For Sale 3 Housen for Sale TWO Family House on Greenwood St. Three rooms in each apartment. Immediate occupancy. Call or sec Joseph V. Rosko, 3 Union St. Tel. 4928-2952. NEARLY NEW—1 family house of six rooms. Built with pre-war materials. Oak floors brass pipes, hot water heat and garage. A. ; tcl, 2433 or 5141, VACANT 4 room cottage, fully furnished. For further details, call A. Shepley, 2433 or 5144. 4 Land For Sale LOT on Riverside Drive—lying between two Highways—1,420' frontage, 75 to 100' deep. Must be sold immediately. Price $1,500- Louis Taylor, 75 Huntingdon Rd., Stratford. Tel. 7-3625, It Real Estate AgenU OTAM.IMMB IM? FOR THE MAN WHO WANTS TO BE SURE OF HIS SOCIAL SECURITY AND WHO KNOWS THE ART OF PERFECT GROOMING. Men's pine and balsam scent bath and shower soaps designed i for men specially shaped to fit a t man's hand and add to his com- V fort and well being;—2 cakes to box, $1.50. Soothing after shave lotions that give your skin at natural glow and softness that's irresistable, talc, lotion and cologne sets, $2.50 to $15. ;l ! i«. Watcrbury's Leading Business Broker. JOS. HALPERIN TEL. 4-5832 BROWN BLDG,. RM, 237 20 E. MAIN, WATERBURY THE NEAGLK AGENCY RKAT, ESTATE INSURANCE 83 Bank St. Wtby. 4-4256 Wanted To Rent WANTED — APARTMENT OF 3 OR 4 ROOMS. NAUG. OR VICINITY. TEL, 2041. For Rent Boom* To Bant FURNISHED — Heated room for gentleman. All modern improvements, Tcl, 2869, Lubricate Your Car Every 1,000 MUCH for Mowt Efficient Operation. POUST'S SERVICE STATION 144 Rubber Avc| Tel. 4938 For A Snack, a Sudwlefc or » Full Meal, Try DUFFY'S Restaurant WATER 8TBBBT FULL LIQtIOB LICENSE Depoilti Fully Guaranteed ARE YOUR SAVINGS INSURED? YES All deposit* in this bank arc guaranteed in full hy the Savings Banks' Deposit Guaranty Fund of C9n- nccttcut, Incorporated. GUS SMOKE SHOP 402 North Main St. Union City Gus Klimax/.ewskt, Prop. MODEL AIRPLANES HALF PRICE Highland Package Store 98 Highland Ave. — Tcl. 898S Anthony Farrar, Prop. FREE DELIVERY All Parts of Nan pa tuck WHITE FISH MARKET JOSEPH CAERAL, Froj>. 8 South Main St. Tel. 50M SALT and FRESH WATKR FISH of ALL KINDS FOR SALE Ten room houM, 5 roomi fin* floor, 5 room* second floor, t bath-room*, hot «lr funu electricity, t car «-ar«ca. Formerly X tenement ho and owner will re-convert to I tenement* and itlve- ImmeiMi occupancy to first floor. Located ea*t tide of town CM may be Inspected In affernoM. F.W.EATON Room 9 Neary Building Church Street fi. TRY CLASSIFIED ADS IT'S AUTOMATIC MAT- for a cltantr, More comfortable bout! Good-bye to fiirnccc drudferyl With • F«irb«nki-Mont Automatic Siofcer OB the job . . . frequent thov«ling of coil •nd ««h« ii a thing of the pnt. Your home ii more comfortable, loo ... fe* • .tolccr givet you cle«n, tvenly «••"• Uted h*«t. And the eoit? It'i actually hit Ihtn Iht tea •/ hand firing . . . became a Fairbanki-Mona Stoker not only burn» l«» coal but uses the more economical «i*ei of coal. Dtop in today — and Irarn Why a Fairbanki-Mowe Automatic Stejkar can perve you better and more economically than «ny aMMT type of heating. FAIRBANKS-MORSE STOKERS for <fo«». w nnntiul km 3 Years to Pay Through F. H. A. The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 87 CHURCH STREET TEL. 5236

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