Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 31, 1947 · Page 10
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 10

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, January 31, 1947
Page 10
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TAOK 10-NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.). FRIDAY, JAK 81, WT MNK-IJP JIAU1T I'KKSISTS Houittnn, Tox,—(UP)—They said thoy would never line up for anything after the biR show was over, hut 2,000 veterans formed a good old service line to buy 173 »lr force watched «t a special govcrn- mont surplus solo, Mtwl of the veterans went away disappointed at not being «blc to buy one or the $•1.1 surplus watches bring sold for $14. KITTEN GETS LAI7NDEBED Oklahoma City—(UP)—Workers ut a liiiindry advertising " wc clean anything" wore surprised <o find a kitten In one bundle of clothes. But the luundVy lived up to Its slogan and returned a clean kitten with a bright red bow around her neck home with the clothes. Has another shipment of ''Hard-to-get Plymouth' Tailored Lace Curtains Store Closed All Day Monday 3.59 REG. 3.98 ADD THAT FRESHNESS OF SPRING WITH THESE SELF-PLEATING, READY TO HANG, PLYMOUTH LACE CURTAIN. TWO GRACEFUL PATERNS AT THIS MONEYSAVING PRICE. 2 Styles at 3.59 3-79 5 Styles at tj ""' Reg. 3.98 Another outstanding- Tuesday money-saver Spring-Maid Printed Table Cloths in two popular sixes 54 x 54 Worth 2.59 Reg. 4.49 r-, 54 x 72 9.59 Worth 2 - 98 COLORFUL PRINTS IN RED OR ril.UlC THAT ADO THAT BIT Of-' CHICICR TO YOUR 12VERY TABLE WETTING ^•^•^^^•^•^= = ^^ == ^ EISHEELS;jJ THE YATCN THAT MA.KKS KNITTING EL AX IN 0 PL E A S IHtE. 1OO% Virgin Wool 2 Oz. Sweater and Stocking Yarn Baby Zephyr 3 Fold 1 Oz. Oasalaine Sport Yarn 2 Oz. Superior Knitting Worsted 50c ball 85c ball 1.10 Hank NOTION SECTION STRKKT FLOOR Floral Utility Cabinets IN THREE USEABLE SIZES WITH EITHER •! OR fi DRAWERS IN WASHABLE FLORALS OF ROSE, BLUE. OR BEIGE—A COLORFUL, USEFUL, CORNER DECORATION FOR ALL YOUR EXTRA KNICKKNACKS. 2.98 5.98 6-50 Floral Hat Boxes SOLD IN PAIRS OR SEPARATE, IN STURDY' PADDED COVER FLORALS OK WHITE—BLUE—BEIGE OR ROSE. 54" Garment Bag ATTRACTIVE LORAL CHINTZ With I'.IPER CLOSING, CAN HOLD r, TO 8 DRESSES OR EASILY TWO COATS 1.00 A 1.25 •*• a/nd 5-98 Feb. 15 Deadline For Mailing Auto Registrations Saturday, Feb. 15, will be the final date that the Motor Vehicle Department can guarantee mall renewals for the 1047 registration will reach tho cas owner before March 1. Organization of department personnel •for the nnnual renewal of motor vehicle registration in .February, nnd operators' llconnos in April, the department renewal activity into two phases, according to the Commissioner. Prior to the brisk "window" renewal at the department's eleven offices throughout the stnte, which generally starts about February 15, the bulk of the clerical force works on mail renewals. After February IB these clerks ore assigned to duties connected with serving, the Increasing lines of car owners who visit the offices 'personally. Consequently, the mail renewal service has to be curtailed. . • Commissioner Watson advises Connecticut motorists, therefore, to renew 1940 motor vehicle registrations now by mail at least prior to February 15, on which tlute it is legal to use the new green in- eei-ts on the murker plates. Mail renewals should bu sent to the nearest motor vehicle department office. The main office in Hartford handles the bulk of the renewals but the branches in New Haven, Bridge,port, Stamford, Nor- wulk, Dunbury, Waterbury, New London, Norwich, Willimuntic and Torrington, s u r v i n g congested areas, do a proportionate volume of renewals. Americans In Japan Advised On Quakes Tokyo — (UP)— Americans here arc getting a. few pointers from Japanese on what is best to do in the event of; another major earthquake, There really isn't a (Treat deal one can do, but Japanese quake scientists say it might help to keep in mind a few basic rules. The advice came amidst warnings from Japanese that the recent quakes occurring in the Tokyo- Yokohama area were disquietingly reminiscent of the series of deeply shocks which heralded the great quake and fire disaster of 1923. In that catastrophe, olllcial figures record that 99,331 persons were killed, 103,733 injured and that more than 400.000 houses were destroyed by the (Ires that quickly followed the earthquake. Kiyo Sapisaka, chief of the government scismological observatory, said the thing to do in the evert of any heavy earthquake for anyone inside a building is first tn duck under tho nearest table or any other solid piece of furniture. That should be only during the initial tremor. As soon as the first tremor subsides, a person should get outside quickly and away from any structures. Great quakes generally consist of several tremors, he explained, nnd the first tremor d'oesn't aTlo-tv time to get clear of the building. LOVES HIS SKATING Minneapolis—(UP;—Despite hi.-: 01 years, Fred R. Mielke rides the 85 miles from Fairfax. Minn,, to Minneapolis every week-end ffie Minneapolis figure skating club practices. He has been doing it lor nearly 20 years. Aliclke explains that Bleating is his recreation and "I lovo it." HONORINGP R&P METAL WORKS 99 SO. MAIN STREET (Hear) Export Welding of All Types Forging, Sliect Metul and Ornamental Steel Work Sheet and Bur Metal for Sale Telephone 8377 REMINGTON and SCHICK ELECTRIC SHAVERS SCHICK SHAVERSETS O. K. Table Model Radio* Portable Electric Record Players G. 12. Electric Mantle Clocks Jfiloctrlc Irons HAWLEY HARDWARE 102 CHURCH STREET NEWSPAPER REPORTER Stuart Phister (left) presents medal to guicU cat''Baby" In Los Angeles. The cat was honored by New York's Greenwich Village Humane League lor his faithful devotion to hl« blind . Mn. Carolyn Swanson (right). (International Soundphoto) Delicatessen Owner Turns Lad Loose In Store Window •Milwaukee, Wis. (UP) — Back in 1941, Victor Eversum used to HQ/.e hungrily in the window of tlic delicatessen utore owned by Roland Wussow. Wusaow, who liked youngsters pretty well, told the seven-year- old lad thut when meat uncl other delicacies became easier to get, he would treat him to a real feast in the store window. Recently, Wus- tow, a man of his word, paid off. The youngster climbed in tho window . and fell to. Here's what he polished off: Or.c-half pound of potato salad, a, similar amount of cole slaw, and a half pound of vet'clablo salad, with a half-pound of tanked boons— washed down by a quart of milk. For dessert, he had nino cnokio.s and a handful of candy. Entomologist Warns Of Beetle Infestion New Haven, Jan. 30 — (UP) — Look Tor a heavy infestation of Japanese beetles in Connecticut this year. This comes from John C. Schread — entomologist at tho Connecticut Ap-icnlLur:il Experiment Station. Schread says that the unusually mild winter makes it likely that the Japanese beetles will be ou-L in greater numbers than ever before. The only remedy, he adds, is .1 good, dry summer. William and Mary college hi Williamsburg, Virginia, is the second oldest college in the United States. It wns chartered by England's king and queen in 1093. RUG CLEANING and DYEING Also SiiecializiiiK >" Byelng Kx-Servlceincn's Uniforms THOMAS DYE WORKS 64 PEARL ST. 3-7195 Watnrlmry CLOSING OUT! Children's ROCKING CHAIRS tbl.S/O UP .TL'VENILE FURNITURE BEACON KIDDIE CENTER 73 GRAND STREET Waterbury RUPTURE TRUSSES Arcurntclr fitted (o 70 or requirement* of Waterbury 206 Bonk Sr. 5-0013 Waterbury Eagles Honor Past Presidents At Party Tonight A class of 25 new members will be initiated in oelebr.ition of Past Presidents Night by the local aerie of Eagles at their club rooms Ibis evening. A Past President*;' Degree Team will put on the degree. Raymond Doncourt is general chai'rman of the affair. Past presidents to be honored are; John Jones. Samuel Grant. William Kelley, Frank Jones, Leo Wersig-, Thomas Fitzpatrick, John Garland, Larry Caulfield, B'rank Wylong-. Paul Passeck, Charles Fellows. Joseph Knne, John Burns, Joseph McGuire, Edward Honyotski. Other affairs which the Eagles plan for the near future are a John Gucnther NiRht on Feb. 3 and St. Patrick's Dance on March 15. . . Mr. Gucnther who is to be honored on Feb. 3 is the grand secretary of the Eagles. William Kelley is general chairman .of this affair. William Barlow is chairman of the St. Patrick Dance which is to be held at Linden Park. Illinois' 1,113.003 cows produced SI-15,-128,000 cash income for the state's dairy farmers. ^_ Additional Classified NOTICE The Board of Tax Revue for the Borough and Town of Naugatuck will hold sessions beginning Saturday Feb. 1st, to hear and de- term'ine nil appeals from the doings of the Board of Assessors. Said tr.ectings will be held in the Town Hall building. Ossessors Office, on dates os follows Saturday. Feb. 1st. from 3:00 to. 5:00 p. m. Wednesday, Feb. 5th, from 3:00 to 5:00 p. m. Wednesday, Feb. 19th, from 3:00 to 5:00 p. m. Wednesday, Feb. 2Glh, from 3:00 to 5:00 p. m. Saturday, March 1st, from 3:00 to 5:00 p. m. Dated .'it Naugatuck, Conn., tnis 2Plh day of January, 1947. JAMES CUDDY, Chairman UEORGE LAMBERT. HAROLD STINSON. NbTICE The assessment and abstract for the Borough of Naugatuck for the year October 194G has been made nnd completed and deposited in the Borough Clerk's office. Dated at Naugatuck, Connecticut, this 31st day of January 19-17. CHARLES F. DALY, Borough Clerk. Employment Help Wonted—Male 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 LPUNDRYCO. PHONE 4-4106-foOCOTTA6£ PL PAINT HARDWARE HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES ETC. Free Delivery CANS, Inc. Maple Street Tel. 3507 LONG — Established automobile agency has opening for qualified auto mechanic. Must be thoroughly familiar with minor and major repairs. Steady work and libern wages for right man. Call Mr, Theriault at 4-5767 for interview. 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. Help Wanted—Female HIGH SCHOOL Girl wants light housework or take care of children afternoons. Tel, 6372- RELIABLE Mother's Helper wanted. Pleasant home In the country. Live in. Write Box B, care of "News." Announcements NOTICE ORCHESTRA—All sizes available for dances, entertainments and all social events. Wtby. 3-4037 or 3-7361. NOTICE Ashes removed—rubbish removed from cellar. Sand and gravel. General moving. Tel. -1292 or 4702. THERE'S A WARM SPOT IN OUR HEART FOR THE TRAVELER — THE MAN OR WOMAN WHO LIKES TO GO PLACES, AND ALWAYS ON THE GO. We make travel painless, or at least do our part by giving you a chance to use Hartmann famous luggage that's noted for taking the trouble out of travel by land, sea, plane or train. From brief cases to wardrobe trunks and all between needs in luggage, $15 to $100. Lubricate Your Cur Every 1,000 MllpN for Most Efficient Operation. POUST'S SERVICE STATION 144 Rubber Ave| Tel. OSS For A Snack, a Sandwich or a Full Meal, Try DUFFY'S Restaurant WATER STBKET FULL LIQUOR LICKNIB * Established 1870 Deposit* Fully Guaranteed ARE YOUR SAVINGS INSURED? yrs All deposits in this bank are guaranteed in full hy tin: Savings Bunks' Deposit Guaranty Fund of Connecticut, Incorporated. GUS SMOKE SHOP 402 North Main St. Union City Gus Kllmaszewskl, 1'rop. MODEL AIRPLANES HALF PRICE Highland Package Store 83 Highland Ave. — Tel. »ag3 Anthony Fnrrar, Prop. FREE DELIVERV All Parts of Nuugatuck WHITE PISH MARKET JOSEPH CAERAL, Prop. 8 South Main St. Tel. J5004 SALT and FRESH WATER FISH of ALL KINDS FOR Ten room houne, ft room* floor, 0 roonw «econd floor, t hath-room», hot mJr funuw, electricity, 2 car garage. Formerly 2 tenement hou«» and owner will re-convert to I tenements and srlve Immediate occupancy to first floor. Located oast wide of town w» may be Impeded In afternoon. F.W.EATON Room 9 Neary Buildinf Church Street TRY CLASSIFIED AM IT'S AUTOMATIC HEAT- for a cleaner, more comfortable hoMel Good-bye to furnace drudgtry! With • F»irb«nk«-Mor»« Automatic Sloktr oo the job ... fi«<iu«nt shoveling of «o*l •nd uhci ii • thing of th« put. Y»ur home ii more comfortable, loo . . .'« « iioket giv« you cl««n, •vtnly t*f»J Uted h*«t. And the coit? Ii't actually lett ihtrt iht con «/ hind firing . . . bc«uie • F«irb.nki-Mor»« Stoker not onlf Burn* lea coal but um the more economic*! IIM* of f °"' in today — and learn why a Fairbank»-Mor»« Automatic can terve you ben«r and more economically than any type of healing. FAIRBANKS-MORSE STOKERS f«r c/tm. mifarm.Mf- 3 Years to Pay Through F. H. A. The Naugatuck Fuel Co, 87 CHURCH STREET TEL. 5236

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