Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 29, 1947 · Page 8
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 8

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, January 29, 1947
Page 8
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PACE »~*rAVGATVCK NEWS (CONN.), WEDNESDAY, JAN. 719, 1947 THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY Naugatuck has never seen values such as are in effect here for Dollar Days, the next three days of "this week. Much of this merchandise is winter stock that must be moved out of the way for incoming Spring purchases—other Dollar Day leads are odd lots in many departments of the store that represent values on which M. Freedman Co.'s 60 year reputation for value-g-mng may readily be staked. All in all Freedman's Dollar Days are of interest to every family in Naugatuck as the event- represents many dollars saved in purchases for men and women, boys, girls and yes even the tiny infants. P. S.—Don't miss our special $1.00 and $2.00 Bargain Tables! ! ! .M- a * iLi..-.;. s • ' -2 •• .• $1.00 Table With unheard «l v:ilue* In Sweaters. Blouses, Diclir.v.s, inii'.'iim, l''ireside Slipper*, Seiirfs, IlnmlhUK", <'ll»vi"«, Slip*, I'lintles, Urns, elr. ) — Girls' and Children's Department — SWEATERS $3 „ $5 ** and ** formerly to .liH.!»5 Girls' Dresses, Jumpers, Skirts and Jerkin Sets $1.00 formerly lo S-I.M $2.00 Table of Sweater*. I'oncli"-', Glovex mill Infants' Snow Suits, Coat and Leg-ging Sets, Boys' Suits, Girls' Suits, Skirts and Dresses .00 One Croup «f Oirls' COATS and LEGGING SETS $10.oo formerly to $lil.!IK Boys' Overcoats, ^, Fingertip Goats and Leg-g-ing Sets $10 formerly to $S2,!)H SNOW SUITS Drastically reduced and formerly to $10.98 BLOUSES One group " r "'""' mill *'"' hloiise* at $3.00 regularly Si'.''" ladles' Jersey NITE GOWNS formerly In .fi7.!) Odd Sixes Children's Snow Suits Legging Sets, Suits, Pea Jackets, Coats and Jackets $5.00 formerly to .SM.fW S'nt all sii-.cs GIRLS' DRESSES In hirfjre assortment formerly (o $(i, One groii/» of Children'* RAINCOATS §2-00 formerly to $5.00 Good Selection of Boys' JERSEY SUITS $1.00 HANDBAGS $1 $2 $3 and $5 formerly to $15 WOMEN'S SUITS Just u few at Girls' WOOL BLOUSES $3.00 formerly to ST.98 Cood Selection of Children's ROBES formerly to $8.93 formerly to $29.50 Women's BATHROBES Wool mid quilted model* (not all sizes) One group at ... .................... One at flJO *D<J One croup at Ladles' Fur Trimmed COATS S50 formerly to $!>9.50 $2-98 ^ r sclrrllon of uliltr :ind r^lorrd » * HANDKERCHIEFS 10c il — Men's and Boy's Department — Wen's SKI CAPS $1.00 values to SI.SO Men's OVERCOATS S20 Men's All Wool ARGYLE SOCKS $1.00 values to $1.95 'A Women's Fur Trimmed COATS $65 formerly to $120.50 I l4ldl4.-.H' JACKETS and SKIRTS $3-00 and $5-00 Inrmerly lo jiliYI>"> l.iKlli's' and Teen Ane DRESSES $1 - $2 - $3 formerly ;» $ll).no II Hoys' Sheep Lined JACKETS $5.00 to S'.l:*.!).") Men's All Wool Keftulcer SWEATERS 1 , $ 5.00 vulue.s to ,SI(UH» IS Men's Leather JACKETS $10.oo values to $32.00 l.'l Men's Sli.'t-psUJii Lined JACKETS $5.00 vuliii'H to SHi.M Men's All Wool SOCKS 2 pairs $l.oo formerly Sl.Ofl pair Men's SKI PAJAMAS $2-00 values to $.'i.S4t Men's Heavy Crew Neck SWEATERS " $5.00 values to $8.50 Boys' SKI CAPS $1.00 values to SI.SO Boys' FUR MITTENS MACKINAWS $5.00 values to $8.05 Boys' Cotton Flannel SHIRTS $1.00 values to $3.!)3 Boys' SKI PAJAMAS $1.00 values to SI."3 $1.00 values to S2.1.5 Boys' Leather MITTENS $1.00 values to $1.95 Ladles' RAINCOATS and $10 formerly to $12.9!) Ladles' Untrinintrd COATS and SHORTEES $15 formerly to #34.35 One. group of DRESSES formerly to $ Boy.s' ROBES $3.00 vitlues to $6.95 One group of BOYS' JACKETS Be Here When The Doors Open Thursday! 191-199 Church Street Naugatuck, Conn, Grand List (Continue* from On«> Number of .ex-servicemen, World War I, 287. Number of px-r.ervleemfn, World Wur II, 078, Number of non-residents, 111. OutHlde DlNtrlct Five hundred seven-three and 1-3 dwellings, $1,419,030; 594 barns, sheds a.'.d garages, $134,375; 634 lots, $347,900; 24 stores and office buildinj'J, $91,310; 24 mills and manufactories, $750,315; ' 0732.^ acres of land, $285,560; 812 automobiles aj)d motorcycles, $202,705; machinery, $96,215; 28 horses, $1,400; 299 neat cattle, $14,900; carriages, wagons and bicycles, 0; jewelry, $300; furniture, libraries, and musical instruments. $4,800, famming implements and mechanics tools, $200; goods of manufacturers and merchants, $32.300; ca'bles. con- |<Jiiits and water pipes, $127.850; |sailing vessels, 0; all taxable property not previously mentioned. 0; (en per cent additional, fl-1.835: total, $3,324,310; exemptions, $151, 000; net total, $3,173,310. Number of lists (includes cx-scr vioem«n and non-residents), 1,147. Number of ex-servicemen -WW-1 Number of ex servicemen. W*W-2, 138. ! Number of non-residents, 301. Russell Mfg. Co. Reelects Officers Theodore Russell \v:is reclected president and treasurer of the Russell MUnufaclUrinpr Company at the annual meeting Monday at the company office, Rubber av«nue. Also reelectcd: J. Curtis Russell, vice-president and assistant trcas urer; Mrs. Dorothy J. Hcyniger, secretary, The officers, constitute the board of directors. LIQUOR PERMIT Notice of Application This Is to give notice that I, Florence Postcy of 11 Goodyear Avonue, Naugatuck, have filed ti.n application datod Jan. 28th, 1947, with the Liquor Cor.trol Commission for a Package Slore (Full Liquor) Permit for the sale of alcoholic liquor on the premises, 1S3 Rubber Avenue, Naug-atuck. The business is owned by Frank J. Pos- tey of Jl Goodyear Avenue, Naugatuck, and will be conducted by Florence Posley of 11 Goodyear Avenue, Nugatuck, as permittee- FLORENCE POSTEY. Dated Jan. 28th, 3 047. 1-29 & Feb. 5. NOTICE The Bo.ira of Tax Revue for the Borough and Town of Nautjatuck will hold sessions beginning Saturday Feb. 1st, to hear and determine all appeals from the doings of the Board of Assessors. Said -meetings will be held in the Town Hull b-jjldinjr, Ossessor.s Of- llce, on dates £s follows Saturday, Feb. 1st., from 3:00 l.o. 0:00 p. m. Wednesday, Feb. Oth. from 3:01 to 0:00 p. m. Wednesday, Feb. 19th, from 3:00 to 5:00 p. m. Wednesday, Feb. 2Gth, from 3:00 to fi:00 p. m. Saturday, March 1st, from 3:00 to 5:00 p. m. Dated at Naucatuck, Conn., tnis 2<Uh dny of January, 19-17. JAMES CUDDY, Chairman liEORGE LAMBERT. Arthur Stinson. YOU'LL MARVEL AT THESE ROGERS. PEET OVERCOAT&-THE RICHNESS OF THE FABRICS THE FINE TAILOR. ING AND THE STYLE DISTINCTION. They're the kind of coats you'll warm up to on sight—They have a wholesome hospitable look and feel every man appreciates and a feeling of comfort, fit and good looks that's a tribute to Rogers- Peet tailoring in the New York manner for men who discriminate in their clothes buying, $65 to $100. Lubricate Your Car Every 1,000 Miles tor Most Efficient Operation. POUST'S SERVICE STATION 144 Ruhner Ave| Tel. 4935 L For A Snack, a Sandwich or a Full Meal, Try DUFFY'S Restaurant ! WATER STKEET I FULL LIQUOK LICENSE Established 1S70 Deposit! •Fully Guaranteed ARE YOUR SAVINGS INSURED? 'y.KS. All deposits in this hank are guaranteed In full hy the. .Savings Banks' Deposit Guaranty Fund of Connecticut, incorporated. UGATUC .Espotdixs Tiblit Form • Sunr Coittd -Tike «i Directed IGUS SMOKE SHOPf 402 North Main St. Union. City Gus Klimaszewski, Prop. MODEL AIRPLANES HALF PRICE Highland Package Store 93 Highland Ave. — Tel. 3083 Anthony Furrar, Prop. FREE DELIVERY All Parts of Na Legal Notices NOT RESPONSIBLE NOTICE On and after this date I will not be responsible for any bills contracted other than by myself. Signed: ADOLPH G, HASENBEIN Hunter's Mountain Naujjaituck, Conn. Dated at. Naugatuck this 27th day of Jan., 1947. PLAY POOL and Bowl at the R & M ALLEYS IM MAPLE STKKET WHITE FISH MARKET JOSEPH CABRAL, Prop 8 South Main St, Tel. 5004 SAI-T and FUESK WATER FISH of ALL KINDS FOR SALE Ten room house, 6 room* fit* floor, 5 rooms second floor, 1 iKith-rooniR, hot air furnace, electricity, 2 Car garage. Formerly 2 tenement boon and owner will re-convert to t tenements and Rive immedl*t* occupancy to first floor. T,ocntcd paxt Bide of town uii may be ln»pectrd In afternoon. F.W.EATON Room 9 Neary Building Church Street TRY CLASSIFIED AD« IT'S AUTOMATIC HIAT- for a cleaner, , more comfortable bout! PAINT HARDWARE HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES ETC. Free Delivery CANS, Inc. Maple Street Tel. 3507 Good-bye to furnace drudgtry! With i Fairbankt-Mon« Auioni«'ic Sicker on the job ... frequent thoveling of coal and ashct i* a thing of the put. Your home it mora comfortable, too . . . for • ttokcr givet you c[e<n, evenly r»fu- lated heat. And the con? It'« actually Icti than the con of handfiring . . . bccauic a Fairbanki-Monc Stoker not only burnt leu coal but uici the more economical lizea of coal. Drop in today — and learn why a Fairbanki-Mone Automatic Stoker can wrve you better and more economically than any other type of heating. FAIRBANKS-MORSE STOKERS tor <7r«n, Htti/orw. •*•• momifal tittt 4rfe*4 on 3 Years to Pay Through P. H. A. > The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 87 CHURCH STREET TEL. 5236 ,.

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