Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on February 5, 1947 · Page 8
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 8

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, February 5, 1947
Page 8
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K H—NAUC.ATUCK NEW8 (CONN.), WEDNESDAY. FEB. g, 1IMT Mrs. Julia Hurley Dies In Chicago Mrs. Julia (Skohanl Hurley, sla- ter of William SUehati, Naugatuck, died at the home of hut- won, James Hurley in Chicago. Til., after a brief illness. The widow 01 'I imoiny Hurley, she formerly resided in Waterbuiy. Mrn. Hurley wn sa native of Ireland and had rp-tidocl in Waterhury for 20 ycni'H, moving to Illinois six yc.'irs npo. She is survived by another MOM, Kdwnrd,' of VVatnrburv, 1 and six crandchildien and scvnral nieces and nrphnws. The funeral svill bi> lieltl from the Mulvillc Funeral Home. ^7n West Main street, Wutcrbury, lime and other arrangements to be announced. Burial will be in St. Juntos' cemetery, Nauf, r atuck, Martin L. Gormley Hospital Patient Ally. Mai-tin T... Oormlcy, New Hnven, a brother of Police Chief John Gormloy, is a pnlicnt at St. Muryls hoKjiifiui in Wfitcrbury whore his condition today was described as "Kood." Mr. Gormloy W.LS stricken with a throat infection yesterday while utlpncllni; court in Waterbury, Iron was -first used in the bulld- u of bridges about 1777. •we BOUGHT THIS PORTABLE PORCH LIGHT so we COLJU? USE THAT SOCKET UP THERE FOR FOUR MORE OUTLETS/" D»n'f • v«rlo«ri your wiring »y»tom. Whan you fculla) »r m«d«rnlz« provide ADIQUA7I W/fflNO. THE CONNECTICUT® LIGHT & POWER Co. A nusincss-Mi'Mgcd. Tax-Paying Company FBI Agent Speaks At Y's Men's Dinner Meeting The Naugtituck Y'a Men's club heard u'lalk by Howard B. Fletcher, newly appointed Special Affent of the Federal Bui-cau of Investigation, New Haven, at a dinner meeting hold last night. He related enlightening- experiences of K B, I. work during World War II. Wesley Coe, chairman of the program committee Introduced the Kucst speaker, and announced future programs of the .elub, pointing out that Edgar F. Martin of. the State Y. M. C. A. staff, working with Young Men, will speak Tuesday, Feb. 11. Freemen (Continued from Fago .One) Mrs. Chittenden's Father Succumbs John L. Eliot, Sr., father of Mrs. William Chlttcndcn. Naucatuclt, died Monday at Clinton according to word received here. Mr. Eliot was Middlesex County commissioner and n Republican member ol' the General Assembly from Clinton since 193C. The services will be held today at 3 p. m. in the Church; of the Holy Advent, Clinton, of which he was senior warden, with the rector, the Rev. Morrit Sawyer and the Rev. Winfred LnnRhorst, pa.a- tor of St. Michael's Episcopal church of Naugatuck, officiating;. Burial will be in Indian River cemetery. The Swan Funeral Home is in chfii'sc of arranRomcnts. LINCOLN EQUIPMENT CO. INC. 15 Leavenworth Street — Tel 5-0177 WATEREURY 32, CONNECTICUT SAW SHARPENING SERVICE Our new automatic electric machine will quickly sharpen any kind of saw: — HANO SAWS « CIKG'ttf.Alt SAWS • CARI'KVTEIJ'S SAWS 9 m/TCiiKit's SAWS • IH;C;K SAWS • TOWER SAWS • O.Vi; nncl TWO MAX SAWS Band Saws Made to Order On Our New Electric Welding Machine! Any Size ! Quick Service! Low Prices! IS EPILEPSY INHERITED? WHAT CAUSES IT? A bookltt containing Ih* opinion! of fa- mout doctor! On Ihli !nt<reil!ng »ubl»cl will b« iml FREE, whilt th«y lott, la ony reader writing to thi Educational DMiion, 537 Fillh Av«., N»w York, N. ¥„ " Dept. B-297 Get u RELIABLE Business l>n.'|>:initlon In u TJcllnhk- Business School, mid you will tilwuyx hiivo :i tfood business position. SUCIIKTAKIAL, ACCOUNTING, TVJ'ING and COMPTOMETIiy | A[>;irc)vod for G, I. Training The PERRY SCHOOL! Brown Bldtf. Wiiterfoury Playhouse, and a dead end sign will be placed on the north end of School street. A sign at Carroll court and Carroll street will be straightened, or raised up. A road condition In Cotton-Hollow near Sullivan's Inn will be Investigated by the warden. As the garbage collector's contract expires April 1, the warden sugBe'stcd bids bo called for at a certain time, with importance to be given equipment of the collector and method of disposal. Beacon Falls (Continued From Pnge One) for the Cabaret dnncc to be sponsored by the Auxiliary this Friday evening, arc to be made this evening, Meeting There will be a meeting of the White Eagle Men and Women's society this Sunday, Feb. 9, at 2:30 p. m., in the White Eagle Hall. Smoker Thinned Al the meeting of the American Legion i j ost XV, held last evening in tlici White Eagle Hall, tentative plans were made to hold a smoker in the near future. March of Dimes The children of Center School have donated $16.05 to the March of Dimes drive, now being conducted in Beacon Falls, It hns been announced by local chairlady Mrs. Chester Garvin. Containers were placed in the school for one week, Additional Classified NOTICE The Registrars of Voters of the Borough of Naugatuck will meet in the Court Room, Town Kail building", on Friday, January 31, and Friday, February 7, 1947, from 12:00 o'clock noon to 9 P. M, for the purpose o_C receiving applications for enrollment of the electors who arc entitled to vote in any party caucus and for the purpose of making chanfc'CB in the enrollment lists last perfected. All applications for party registration must be made on or bo- fore each of mild meetings. CYRIL TUOHY HENRY ZWICK Eighty-Seven Attend Lecture EJiRhty-KCvun of the 104 refrls- liviHts to the series of lectures on child psychology being presented by Dr. Louise Bates Ames attended I ho second lecture in the series last night in the high scliool auditorium, it wns reported today by Mrs, Gertrude M. Madigan, director of adult education. The third lecture will be given Tuesday evening Feb. 11. COLLECTION CONTINUED Due to inclement weather conditions the rubbish collection on the West side of the borough wil be continued tomorrow and unti completed, accordiny to an announcement today by. Superintendent 3f Streets Harold Murtha. Announcements NOTICE Ashes removed—rubbish removed from cellar. Sand and gravel. Gen- nrnl moving. Tel. 4292 or 4702. NOTICE FKANCJS DKLFINO — Connecticut's Finest Orchestras—-All sixes available for dances, entertain- | nicnts and all social events. Wtby. 3-4037 or 3-7301. NOTICE For Sale Jloiuea for Hale FOB SALE—Curtlss St. 3 family, 12 rooms, store, 2 car garage. Four room houte with large piece of land. Scott St., two family house, Jl rooms. New Haven Rd— one family house, ono car garage, large barn and seven acres of land. JOHN HKAL,Y. Tel. 5031. FOR SALE—On New Haven Road vacant 0-room one-family house. Al improvements. Al condition. Could be easily converted to two- family. Four large rooms and pantry on Drat floor, live rooms and bath on 2nd floor. Barn and 20 acres of land. To settle an estate, priced reasonably. A. Shepley. Tel. 2433 or 514-1. VACANT 4 room cottage, fully furnished. For further details, call A. Sheploy, 2433 or 0144. Ijtnd for IIyK DEALER wants to buy 200 quarts of milk daily in vicinity of Nnupatuck. Write Box "E," c.ire of Naugatuck News. Employment Help Wonted—Male WANTED—News Carriers in aM sections of town. Inquire Mr. H. T. Dillon, News Office. PROPERTY SALE Half interest in a diner on Church street has been sold b> Edward Walker to William McGown, according to a bill of sale on file in the office of Town Clerk Raymond J. St. John. SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED Docs your .sewing machine breiik tlirrud'.' If your thread lirisnhs, or your material puckers—if your sewlnp machine fords crookedly or skips stitchi's, call your "SiiiRcr Sew- Ins Conter"! An expert will call nnd diagnose the trouble. Our repair charges are reasonable. ICstimatcs are furnished In advance. SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. ID:: GRAND ST. WATEUBURY 4-l:tOfl WEEK< END Children's Dcpt. BLANK UTS ECIALS! formerly to S1.08 STUFFKI) ANIMALS formerly to $3,98 KNEE SOX 3* s $1.00 formerly to 79c pr. SNOW PANTS $3.00 formerly to S5-98 CUB COMFORTER $4.00 formerly to S7.98 Ladies' Dept. PULLOVER and CARDIGAN SWEATERS $3.00 formerly to ?5.98 BLOUSES $3.00 formerly to $8.98 PURSES $2.00 value to $9.50 SHORTEE COATS $15.00 formerly to $29,50 FUR TRIMMED COATS $50.00 formerly to $89.50 Men's and Boys' Dept. Men's Elasti-Glass RAINCOATS $5.00 formerly $7.95 Men's LEATHER JACKETS $10.00 . formerly $22,50 MEN'S SWEATERS $5.00 formerly $9.95 Boys' FLANNEL SHIRTS $1.00 formerly to $2.95 Boys' FLANNEL PAJAMAS $1.95 formerly to ?2.95 191-199 CHURCH STREET NAUGATUCK, CONN. RECENT College frraduatc 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, ace, education, experience if any, and remuneration expected. Write Box A, Care of Naugatuck Daily News. 2 Help Wanted—Femalo LOT on Uiversido Drive—lying between two Highways—1,420' frontage, 75 to 100' deep. Must be sold immediately. Price $1,500- Louin Taylor, 75 Huntingdon Rd., Stratford. Tel. 7-3625. B Real Entitle Agent* BUY OR SKLT, YOUR BUSINESS Wntcrbury'w Lcadlnp; Buslnetw Broker. JOS, HALFEIttN TEL. 4-5832 BKOWN BI.DG., KM. 2«7 20 K. MAIN, WATERBURY THE NEAGLK AGENCY ' REAJ, ESTATE INSURANCE «S Bank St. Wtby. 4-4256 Real Estate Wanted Wanted To Kent WANTED — APARTMKNT OF 3 OR 4 ROOMS. NAUG. OR VICINITY. TEL. 2041. For Rent H Waited—Married women tor full or part time work. Andy's Campus, JfiG Church St. For Sale House* for Snlo 10 Wanted—Board or WANTED BOOM and BOARD for elderly person. Willing to pay $35 a week in good family. Write Box D, care of News. FOR SALE—Eight year old one- family brick hoiiso of 0 rooms. Four rooms and bath finished on 1st -floor. Two big unfinished rooms on 2nd. Built of best prc- . war materials. Hardwood floors, brass pipe, hot water heat, oil '• burner, modern kitchen. Fireplace, natural tile bath & shower. Extra large veranda, 10' x 22'. Gar- aRO. Nice location. Call Patsy Labriola, Real Estate Agent, 172 High St. Tel. 3458. Announcements Lost and Found LOST—Bunk Book No. »,I23 on the Naugatuck National Bank has been lost. Any person havinpr claims on said bpok is called upon to present the same to the bank within two months or the same book will be declared canceled and extinguished, and a new one issued in lieu thereof. j Dated at Naugatuck, Conn., I Feb. 4, 1947. VACANT PROSPECT 6 ROOM MOUSE—With domestic hot water and 3 Car GaraRc; including 1 Car Gn rase in Basement. About 12 acres of mostly woodland with small pond and about 1,000 feet on State HiRh- wa.y. Drive out and looic for our siprn. On Prospect to Union City Highway. WALTER H- HART, INC. REALTOR — INSURANCE John C. Kiernan Eve. Naup. 5707 20 East Main St., Wtby. 4-3129 J,OST — Little brown and white mongrel pup. One eye blue, other black. Name, Brownie. Tel. D206. TWO Family House on Greenwood St. Three rooms in each apartment. Immediate occupancy. Call or see Joseph V. Roako, 3 Union St. Tel. 4928-2952. LOST—Wallet, Sat. between 1-1:30 on New Haven bus. Contains security card and large sum of money. Reward. Tel. 3S8S. I In Personal* WHY Run Out of Fuel Oil, Let us deliver on our AUTOMATIC DELIVERY SERVICE. Quality guaranteed. Quantity proved by printing meter sealed by the state. The Naugatuck Fuel Co. Phone £236. For Sale IIouseH for S«lo FOR SALK—G room, 1 family furnished house. New Frigidaire. Reasonably priced and immediate occupancy. Call Naug. !H40 between 6 & 7 p. m- FOIt SALE —Three family house of 10 rooms, all improvements; good condition. Three car garage and large lot. Kor quick sale, price $11,000. A. Shoplcy. 2.13^, or CH4. MARY'S BEAUTY Shop, 111 Spring St., U. C. Open daily from 4 to 9 p. m. Saturdays from 0 to 6 p. m. Permanent waves, cold waves, shampooing, etc. Tel. 6108, CARPENTRY—Pointing, window washing, window glass replaced, floors rofiniuhed, storm windows installed, locks repaired and replaced. (Service Call, $1.75), painting and papering our specialty. Home Maintenance Service Co.. Dial Wtby 4-7136 after 2:30 p. m. SEWING- and Alterations to do In my own home. Tel. 3232. NOTICE OLD AGE ASSISTANCE TAX OF THE STATJi OF CONNECTICL'T , Enrollment Of Oct. 1st, 1946 NOW DUE All pcrHoiiH hctwecn IIRCS or 21 nnd til) Inclusive must puy whether you receive H hill or not, Veterung of World Wur 2 niiiNt Inivo honorable discharge recorded with Town Clerk to qualify for exemption. Veterans of World Wur 1 must have service connected disability to be exempt. TAX OFFICE OPEN WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY and FRIDAY EVENINGS DURING THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY PENALTY OF $1.00 ADDED AFTER MARCH 2, 1947 Make Checks Payable to Old Age Assistance Tax Collector, PATRICK F. McKEON Tax Collector TOWN OF NAUGATUCK munmm IMP AS THE DAYS BEGIN TO LENGTHEN,' THE COLD BEGINS TO STRENGTHEN And what a month February is for warm, mellow, soft, fleecy overcoats that make a New England winter enjoyable. There's the famous Rogers-Peet, Mt. Rock, Hickey-Freeman and those gallant Burberrys overseas overcoats all primed with quality, good looks, good tailoring, good style and good to the last thread. $45 to $100. Lubricate Your Car Every 1,000 Miles for Most Efficient Operation. POUST'S SERVICE STATION 144 Rubber Avn| Tel. 4935 Try NEWS Want Afe— i'hny Bring BMUM. PARTS and SERVICE ON AM. MAKES OF CABS B & M Motors, Inc. Nauituluck'K Hudson Atency General Repairing 80-82 SOUTH MAIN St. Tel. «M1 Established 1870 Deposit: Fully Guaranteed iance You will have pc-iicc of mind ami freedom from worry \viion you start a reserve fund. Plan now to deposit regularly in your savings account. SMOKE SHOP 402 North Main St. Union City Gun KlinuuizcwNkl, Prop. MODEL, AIRPLANES HALF PRICE Highland Package Store j; 93 Highland Avc. — Tel. 3983 Anthony Fnrrar, Prop. FREE DELIVERY All Parts of Xaugutuck WHITE FISH MARKET I JOSEPH CABRAT* Prop 8 South Main St. Tel. SOOI SALT nnd FRESH WATER FISH of ALL KINDS j FOR Ten room houte, S room* (M door, 5 rooms »ccond floor, I imth-room*, hot air furn»««i electricity, 2 car carafe. Formerly 2 tenement hoi* »nd owner will re-convert to I tenement* and Rive InunedUtM occupancy to flnrt floor. Located c«»t Hide of town »•* may be ln»pect*d In afternoon. F.W.EATON Room 9 Neary Building Church Street TRY CLASSIFIED AD* IT'S AUTOMATIC HIAT- far a cleaner, more comfortable kernel Good-bye lo furnace drudgery! With * Fairbankt-Mone Automatic Stoker on the job . . . fitqutnt (howling of coal and a«hci ii a thing of ih* pad. Your home i» more comfortable, loo ... for a itoker jive« you cle*n, evenly retaliated heat. And the' com? It'i actually I tit ihtn tht can of hand fir ing . . . became a Fairbankt-Mon* Stoker not only burnt Itti coal but uici the more economical aim of coal. Drop in today— and learn why a Fairb«nki-Moria Automatic Stoker can icrv* you better and mora .conomically than any atbar type of heating. FAIRSANKs-MoRSE STOKERS far , momieml ftnl » Fmrimki-Man* 3 Years to Pay Through F. H. A. The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 87 CHURCH STREET TEL. 5236

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