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Need Help? Use A Ad. ...JS m-WAY GUILLK CO! South Main St. Dully Dinner SOc up "\"L» Cnrtu Menu SpiiRlH-ttl To Take Out Banquet Itoom, Cocktull Lounge Full Liquor LlcenHd BURGESS ti TO PIT *U INJTIUMINT* SWAN ELECTRIC CO. Church St- JfniiRntuck, Coan. Tcl('i>lione 257-1 AUTOMOBILE IGNITION PARTS A Feature Here ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY STORE 30 SOUTH MAIN ST. TEL. C162 Conn, SCIHOKNING 0. K. KLKCTKIC CLOCKS STAINLKH^ STKKI, KNJVM'J.S and l''OKKS PAINTS GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE 178 MAI1.K STRKKT (AurowH from City JJiiUory) ofi Delivery Tolnpliono 5044 Legal Notices District of Nsxiigntuck, ss. Probate Court, June 10th, 1 1940. Estate Of Helen P. Kllduff, within aald District (minor). WHEREAS, Application has been made to this Court for permission to sell certain real estate belonging to said estate, as application on Illo more fully appears, it is ORDERED. That the foregoing application bo heard arid determined at the Probate Office In Naugatuck on tho 21st clay ot June lO-IC, at 2 o'clock In the afternoon EDT, and the Court directs r-alcl Guardian to give notice to all persons in- tCTOstcd in said estate to appear, if they :icr.' cause, arid be heard thereon, by publishing this order 1 time In u newspaper having a circulation In .laid district, also by leaving with or by mailing in letters, postage prepaid; from Naugatuclc, a copy of this order to all parties Interested and residing without the Pro- but'o District of Nuugatuck, all on or before the 20th day of June A. D. l!M(i, and return make to the Court of notice given, Attest, RAYMOND M. SHEA, Judge. 5 NAUGATUCK SPORT J & AUTO SUPPLY $ "KUSS" WKAVING, 1'rop, s WIu.Hlow Court Tel. 8394 ^ AUTO PARTS SI'ORTS GOODS t SOFTBALL UNIFORMS FOI4 POP-TRAITS OF DISTINCTION Phone 4726 LYLE & EAEL PORTRAIT STUDIO 11 No. Muln St. NnuCTtiJCj< Walls 'if "Ihi! loaning towel- <>( ; Tl.'iiv In Italy JUT of fiolltl murble | uml urn 13 1'i-ct thick at Uin bawo . nnd !i«vt:n fi-nt thick lit the top, VENETIAN BLINDS In Htoc.lt. Three IJ.-iy llrllvorj-. LEEON'B VK.VRTIA.N I1I,IN» CO. JTl) No. Mnln S«, Tel, H.JSISI Wnli-rhurv THY N1CWS WANT ADS /// Step with the times ... Hok'l Tuui'ttine's ruinous liospiliilily «nil jii'iiiiniis service /i/us llie coin- furls OIK! n|)i)oiiilin(.'iils ul' tomorrow. Siuitious. di'Iidiiiis 1'mnl . . . tonvcniuiitly i> !' Ihin^s — overlooking nifinis . . liu'dloil in llu 1 (Till IT Hosloii Common — prices COFFEE SIKH 1 li'/ii/ili/i/; food fit AM) THE CIIEHH "/r/fuf'.v MJ.S-(/C Mm'" t'xdiisively I'or men... /ire Smart /mi/ i\(!»v. -Motel 'Coumwe Employment For Sale Wanted—Male I HELP WANTED—MALE —-3 middle-aged men— : for production work On light machines. Hours 3 p. m. to 11 p. m. Apply NAUGATUCK GLASS CO. Cor. Church and Bridge Streets WANTED—Recent college graduate, chemist or chemical engineer, for work as an assistant chemist In rubber laboratory of a plant located in Southwestern part of Connecticut. State in detail in first handwritten letter: Ago, education, experience it any, and remuneration expected. Reply Box "C" earc of News. BOYS WANTED Chance To Learn Good Trade; WATERTOWN UNDERGARMENT Co. 100 Mill St. Watcrbury (Go To Case Clothes Entrance, 4th Floor,, Ask For Mr. Ross) Help Wanted—Female EXPERIENCED SALESWOMAN WANTED. RAPHAEL'S, INC., 108 CHURCH ST. DIAL -19-19. WANTED — Bookkeeper. Two or throe days u. week. Must be able to type and take shorthand. Call Princess Shop. 4ft Help Wanted—Mule or FoiiiaSo TOOL MAKERS, power and foot prc.ss operators (Fern.), stenographers, housekeepers. S. J. O'Brien Employment Agency, 110 Grand St., Waterbury, 5-1S03. For Sale MinnLEBXJRY—Pour-room house, closed porch, Insulated nnd wired, No Improvements.' Electricity available. On Washington Drive, T,ong Meadow section. Price $3,250. Agent, Tony Ferrunto, Tel. Watcrbury 4-3753. ROOM HOUSE—18 acres of land. Large poultry house, garage, and additional outbuilding. Reasonable. Agent, TONY ITEK-] KANTJS. Waterbury 1-3753. Land for Sale FOR SALE — Building: lots. All parts of town irom $350 up, John Healy, US Church St. Call 5031 Real Estate Agents Announcements lib- Business, Opportunities FOR SALE One family, six room dwelling with garage and including all furniture. In excpllent condition. West side, House and furniture must be. sold, together as owners are leaving j state. Phono 4784 for appointment.' WALTER A. NORWASH, Agency 209 Church St. Naugntuck FOR SALE—Move right In—9 room one family house, all improvements, two car garage, 1 one acre beautiful level land. Spic arid span condition. One mile from center, on bus line. This home fit for a great biff family or 'for someone wishing to "haVe 3 or 4 roomers. Act fast or 'you'll be sorry. Also 8 family block, A-l condition, in Union City. Very nice buy. Patsy Labrlola and Son. Phone 3458. J. HENRY KRCHKOSKI REALTOR 51 City Hilll St. I>h. 0176 "FOR SALE IN UNION CITY 339 Main Street 1C FAMILY BLOCK -" 3 'Stores Income $6,168—Expenses $2,69-1 . NET $3,474 JOSEPH A. SAVAGE REALTOR — INSURANCE Dial .Waterbury. 4-830C or'5-0543 FOR SALT;—Well-known long established Naugatuck_diner. Ccp- trally located and rto:n>; splendid profitable business, . Very low- price for immediate sale. Splendid opportunity! Tony Farrar, 24 George' St. Dial 4233. Automotive 13 Sales—Service WANTED—Houses—lots—business property and farms. Naugatuck and suburb. John Healy, 118 Church St. Coll 5031. .' ' OVIDE V, PHILD3ERT 596 So, Main St., Waterbury ' Call 4-8034 or 5-3148 ' Announcements Lost And Found 11, ._ LOST—Ladies' wrist watch, Paul Bi'igctte make, black strap. Possibly at Recreation Field, South Main ward. St. Dial Naug. C037. Drug. Re- HOUSCH For Sale FOR SALE — K> room, 4 family house. All improvements, In good condition. Centrally located. Price $0,500, A Shepley. Phone 2433. Land For Sale FOR S A LIE—One lot .100 by 100 on Greenwood St., all improvements, Scaled bld.s. Elds open till July 1. send to Walter Gabrlolski, 104 Greenwood St., Union City, BETHLEHEM—3 1-2-.acre wooded grove on quiet country road, 1-2 mlla off stntt! highway. Excellent cabin nitc Price $700. Also plot oC land 1-4 mile off state highway, with largo brook, Pine and Hemlock. A very interesting site for •a country homo. Pi-lc^ ,$800. J. B. BANKS, Bethlehem. Phone Wood- Ijiiry SO. HENRY DISSTON & SONS, INC. Amoricnn Pattern Flics LOST—Bank Booh No. '50,175 on the Niiugatuek Savings Bank has been lost. Any person having claims on said book is called 'upon' to present the same to the bank within two months or the same book will be declared can colod and extinguished, and n new one issued IP. lieu thereof. Dated at Naugatuck, Conn., June 20, 1046. . July 5 & 18. llu Personal* MONUMENTS Special Prices On All Memorials W. RICHARDS— 260 .Naugatuck So, Main St. 3i)87 ACCOKDION LESSONS— You can learn the correct technique of the .iccorcllon. No accordion necessary. At Mecca Music School, 203 Bank St., -Wtbry., 4-1422. FOK ENTTKE ESTATES Wo will buy or sell on commission baaib anything from a slngl* FRED'S MOTOR SALES Used Cars—Bought—Sold 379 W. Main St., Waterbury •Dial Wtby. 4-4510. 13u Truck Dealers-Service NEW' FEDERAL TRUCKS JIow Available All Sizes from (1 1-2) Tons & Up MODERN GARAGE 'SALES and SERVICE 628 Watertov/n Avo. S-H(ffl 14 Autos For Snle FOB SALE — 1937 Foi-d 1-2 ton Automotive 17 SoryJec Stations—K-epalrlnjf JACK'S AUTO BODY SHOP 100 'South Main Street Bodies, fenders, straightened, repaired, etc. Also cars painted. Telephone 6159—5912—3264 24 Hour Towing Service • MAPLTS STREET'GARAGE 176tt Maplo Street John' IRImkus, Prop. Repair work on-all makes ot coin Reasonable prices, prompt service- Phono C102. Used Cars; Bought—Sold I7a Auto Fatal Ins-Body Work AUTOMOBH-E, PAINTING—Welding. CARS PAINTED $30. Jim's • Paint Shop, ;15 Autumn St., cor. Piedmont. Wtbry. S-8S07. Contractors 21 Contiiictlnfr Boar Wheel AHgr»'J»K-Auto Painting Body & Fender Work ERNIE'S ApTO 'BODY WORKS 128 Wntertowii A re. Wtbry. 30211 23. Palni.jmg PAPER Hanging B PalntSng. Specializing on Intririor Work. • Call for Estimates. Tony Mariano, 93 Oak St Tel. 20Bf). PAPBRIIANGINCJ and Painting:, High grade workmanship. Phono •1-085" Wtbry. Joseph S:m An- ...gelo. - :. . iblo coupe. Maple St. Garage, . 176 1-2 Maple St. Phone 5102. FOR SALK—193-1 Chevrolet 4-door sedan. Runs good. Inquire moi-n- Ungs—Paul! Chanko, Chestnut Tree Hill road, Oxford. 15 Auto Dealers LARGEST SELECTION OF SEAT COVERS IN WATERBURY WATERBURY TIRE'"SAUES 79 West Main. St. Phone 4-154.S. 379 FOR SALE—Two tires "£' Tul>cs; 6:00-16. New retread; good sidewalls. Call Naugatuck 64C3. 10 Autos Wanted 'ONE THOUSAND CARS WANTED—Top prices; spot cash. I'want 29's —30's — 31's —SB's — 33-H _ 34'g _ 35' 3 — 36's — 37's — 38's — 39'S — 40's.— 4i's and '42's. Phone, write or drive in today. BILLIE' 'FITZPATRICK 1660 East Main St. Phone 4-18-11 OPEN'EVENINGS DON V 'T FORGET' Your Best Bit For Selling Your Automobile Is To Drive It To Where Highest Prices Are Paid, BRASS CITY MOTORS 1212.' So. Main St. Waterbury Next to Big Dollar Market Or . Call Us at Waterbury 4-98S9 TURN IN -VOUR CAR NOW _ , MY PRICES ARE TOPS room to an entire estate, special-1 KEN JOHNSON 1803 N. Main St. izlng in rara antiques. Phone or write ORANOE ST. AUCTION Galleries, Nov.- England's Finest Auction Galleries, 21 Orange St., Now Haven. Tel. 6-0896,FOR SALE—A restaurant 'with full liquor license. Present owner re- tirlnjr. A. Shepley. Telephone 2-133. • ' . . lid Business Opportunities FOR SALK—IN UNION CITY. A going restaurant. Full liquor 11- conso. Call or sec Joseph V. Ro's- ko, 3 Union St. Tel.. -1023 or.2f.52. Oall Waterbury 5-1797 LATE jMODKt. CARS WANTED PACKARD-WATERBURY, INC, . 482 Ws.tertown Ave.. .Dial 4-6109. WANTED BY VETERAN—1937 to 1940 car, any model. Will pay cash. Call SpSp.. . .. ,, . : . 17 .Service. Stations— Repairing . , JOS'S GARAGE — General repairing— motor tubc-ups.' (Old State lilghway Garage) Curtiss Court. Joseph Angiolillo,. : Prop. .. . . AUTOMOBttE : — Rubber floor mats j'apcr lianglng and painting- reasonably done. Work guaranteed, 11' Spring St. Phono 547.8'. PAINTING and paperhanglnj* work done. Call 2977.,John A. E. Johnson. WM, F. COTA. paper Hanger and Painter, We ctirry compensation, 1 Cross St.. DEal 545L' or 5111.- ACT I'ROJU'TLTi:. 1, 2. 3 family houses painted'3100 and Up. Skill- NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), THURSDAY, JUNE 20. 1946—PAGEJ> Merchandise £8 Uouscnold Article* FOR SALE—Clark Jewel Gas Range. 4 burners. Oven control. - Phone 315D. FOB SALE—Piano, 4 burner kitch en gas stove. Also 2 burner oil stove 2 radios. Bargains! Inquire 2 First avenue, Waterbury, 4-2637. Animals Poultry 'And Ejrjpi CUSTOM HATCHING. CHESHIRE: HATCHERY PHOXS CHESHIRE 095 BEAUTIFUL STYTES— CURTAINS-DRAPES VENETIAN BLINDS BED SPREADS—CHAIR COVER! ' RUGS Samples at your home. • No obligation DIAL Wtby. 4-3436 or 3-37G4 Pay $1,25 per week SUPREME HOUSEHOLD SUPPLY CO. FOR SALE—Child's crib will mattress, chest ot drawers, higl: chair, play pen, practically new Reasonable. S-i High street. 28a Clothing WEDDING outfits—formal ROWHS, ready-made or made to order White Bunny jackets, black vclve wraps to rent. RUBY'S BRIDAL SHOP, 2nd floor, SS5 N. Main Si. Wtbi-y. 3-1S31. FOR SALE—Silver fox fur neck piece. Price $150. Phone G233. 29 Wanted, To Buy WANTED —BEACH UMBRELLA in good condition. Coll 5372. 2!)a Articles for Sato ARCO SAFETY KOLLKR SKATE! for beginners.' S2.-19. Adjustab) for children, ages 3-10. The Radi. Shop, 180 Grand St. Watcrbury. FOR SALE—Child's car. 1're-war Suitable for child 2-5 years. Inquire 172 Gorman street. MERCY BOFD'S BOOKSHOP 139 W. Main Street Waterbury 32, Ccnn. ..,.,.. Tel. 4-7943 Books: NCXF, standard aiid reprints AdiiJt and JuVcnllo £ul workmanship. Call 5473. Ploski Bros, Merchandise 25 Feca .and Fuels RICH LOAM. No stones. No Turf. 5 yards, 512.50 delivered. Call Naugatuck 3038. 20, Machinery AVAILABLE 'New 7 1 .* ton inclinable open back power presses of. high-grade construction. Immediate delivery 'from floor. Can be seen under power. Also large selection of late used machine shop and production equipment including ' lathes, shapers, grinders, millers, drills, and many other items. ' Fail-field Equipment Co., 70 Sanford. St., at R.R; Station, Fairfield,Conn, Tel. 9-OS23. 28 Household Articles NEW THREE-ROOM OUTFIT — $269 — YOU PAY ONLY $4.00 WEEKLY Consisting of Bedroom, Living Room and Breakfast Set and additional pieces. ' PHILCO TABLE MODEL RADIO included at r.o extra cost, plus 20 pcs. plastic tableware set in soft pastel shades. A-L-B-E-R-T-S Coun octi en t 's L ABG-EST FURNITURE STORE 268 -South Main St. SELLING AGENTS—For Securiti Steel'Files, Hartcr. Steel Posture Chairs and E. L. Marble Wood Chairs. W.'E. KELSEY OFFICE &'-FACTORY EQUIP., 3-M Pearl St., Hartford, Conn. Tel. 2-3605 or 2-2062. BLANKETS—Bedspreads, slip covers, rugs, draperies, ninon curtains, etc. Merchandise shown at your home without obligation. Pay 50c weekly and up. R. Sharpc, .330 N. Main St., .Wtbry. 3-5G32. FOI SALE—1 window screens 2'S" by !j"2". Also 2 storm windows. Call 2S23. SO Miscellaneous PEARL BUTTONS — Rick - rack, fcraids laces, bindings in large assortments. Reliable, 07 Scovill street, Wtbry. Education 31 Loeui and .Private Instructors 3IARTONE SCHOOL, 100 Grand St. 4-3677. Dance, Voice, Music, Reducing. Register Mon. June 24th (11-9 p. in.) Animals 35 Poultry Ana Eggs FOR SALE— Started chicks, 25c up. Turkeys $1.00 up. Ducks SOc up. Thousands on hand. Whitlock Farm, Spcrry Road, Bethany. FOR SALK — Dressed cln'ckons— Turkeys—Ducks. Fresh killed nnd quick " frozen. WhiCock Farm— Spcrry Road, Bethany. Business Service 37 Business bcrvrcca Rendered TREE EXPERT — Pruning and spraying of fruit nnd shade trees. Trees removed. Veteran of World War II. Gordon Phclan, Wtby. 5-2261. EDMUND O. HESS PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT SPECIAL BOOKKEEPING SERVICE FOR SMALL BUSINESS P. O. BOX fiO. UNION CITY PHONE NO. 3404 TREES and rubbish removed, Wood sawed and sold. Telephone Waterbury 3-S722. ACE-WELDING CO.—Expert welding, portable equipment, go anywhere. Watcrbury 4-0201, or 4-87S7, anytime. CESSPOOLS —And septic tanks cleaned, repaired and installed. All types of suburban sewage disposal work. For prompt and dependable service call The Conn. Hydraulic Co., Waterbui-y 4-90S8. ELECTRICAL Wiring & Ing. W?. specialize In satisfaction, All work .nsured. IVaaJi- ing 1 machines repaired, Ray Decker. Dial 4000. GUARANTEED REPAIRS — All makes aiachines, vacuums. Used machines bought. Singer Sewing Machine Co. Watorbury 4-1305. WINDOW CLEANING—Stores and olilccs. Prompt service. Waterbury Window Cleaning Co., Wa- tcrbury 3-JGlS, AUTHORIZED UOOVElt SERVICE by factory trained man: Tel. 2251. Carlson's Furniture Co. 38 Professional Service* GOLDIE'S CAMERA SHOP 8 & 16 mm. Movies On Sale Now. 17 Grand St. Wtbry. Phone 5-1875 CUSTOM REUPHOLSTERIX'G — Special 2-piecc Suite ........ .$59 GRIFFIN UPHOLSTERING CO. Naugatuck .. 440V SWANSDOWN UPHOLSTERY SHOP 124 Spring Strict REPAIRING nnd 'rcflntRlilng— Mattresses now and renovated. Booths recovered. Slip covers. Call for free estimate. Telephone 5221. HAVE YOUK' ALTERATIONS DONE AT CARMEN'S CUSTOM TAILORING 3-Day. Cleaning 1 Service • 147 So. Main St.—Dial 2017 89 Wanted To ilcnflor Services WE REPAIR RKFRIGEKAT01W A^! makes. Coldspot, Apex, Copeland, Gruno, Kclvinator, Cron- Jey, Stewart-Warner, otc. Stol»- kal and son, 262 Cherry St, Waterbury, 4-0719, Oa AVE your sagging upholstered furniture with "SngPruf." Chair SS.75; divan, J3S.50. Work dono in your home. Dial Waterbury •1-3319. State-wide service. FOR EXPERT DRY CLEANING AND SAFE SECURE FUR STORAGE CALL 2022. \ \S UEVMAN \ IV LEANERS —$3.75 and. up. JOE'S TIRE SHOP IF— It's Dairy or poultry farms you want, wo have them. Con- BOSTON. MASS. TRY NEWS WANT ADS 241 N. Main, Wtbry. Cor. Cpolco St. necticut Realty Co., Southington. By BILLY BE BECK BASNEV'COtt'GEE 3NJ) SNUFFY -SMITH.;:;' —:— —•— _. ... . —' •= "~ "" ""' £/> 'NOPE — SUT ( DON'T TELL ME TflRNEO HIS 'BUS I TH 111'/, SAWYKR THEBAKON IS A HE'S VERY DANGEROUS. 3URELY"VOU 00 NOT CONSIDER ME PAMOCROUO. THERE'S MO R!ASOU FOR KEEPIWO MC TIED TWERC? FISH... THAT ME.! I'M HUNGRY. : BRING ON SOME CHOW, AND YOUR: HAND5 ARE FREE.' YANKEE SWINE! ACH! YOU .HAVE THE HEART OF A, FROZEN FI5H! NOBODY CARES HOW YOU LOOK, SISTER. AS FAR AS I'M CONCERNED,THIS 15 BUSINESS, NOT A DATE, BESIDES, WE'RE LEAVING STUM MICK FROM BUT I'D LIKE TO COM& MY HAIR. LO'OSE I'M HIS WHISKERS 5=V V6STIDDV-- TERBACKY SUTS GETTIN COLO . ,UT 'SEZ HIS BUG , /OUGHT NOT Be ABLE ' TO RPCE"AG'IMST BLUE BLfiZES, '••.- -LINK 'SNUFFV MTTGGS AND SKEETEB 'By MIFj?-. GltAFP ft, HOPE YOI?U. GIVE ^ME ANOTHER .PRESENT LIKE TBAT SOME TIME,., ...Y'KMOW, IM STlLU GETTING TWENTY-FIVE CENTS A WEEK FROM MY FAMIIX PO TSAY/PO YOU' REMEMBER THAT LITTLE MOUTH ORGAN .YA-jSAVE ME'FOR A,. PRESENT.IAST'YEAR.... GEE, L I'M GLAD :THATYOU UKED .TILFORD I3O1NS TO HAVE ANOTHER. BIRTHDAY HKCKKT AdKNT K, A FIGURE POPS TO . -CLUTCHES BLINDLY ATA FALLENTREE— mmsmz liy rAXJT. ROBINSON ETTA KET.T-, •:•; ITS INrT.ATION/f THERE- OU6Hf T'BE ACEILIMG.' _ : — rjy WILLIAMRTTT and EMEI2/TMINGS SET.* I'M ID HER UP ATTHE HOTEL. AT A MOVIE STAC THATTO ME- I'VE GOTTA WlKlTHAT PRIZE DANCE WITH SANDI2A ADCIANJ i" UP ALU THE TICKETS TOTttE LUCK?/ MUWBEE "DON'T YQUTHIKK WE'D ' JUST CURIOUS TUF E/Y\ERSE>4'CT' VELPING/- AND BUZZ I'M BIZ: \ 1=^:5^^

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