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VACATION IS ' OVER!! Lot UK TuUo Cunt of Thut PHOTOGRAPHIC WOKK NOW! ! Closed MumluyK Out-Ing July it ml NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), FRIDAY, AUG. 2. 1946—PAGE 1 Thibodeau Studio Nuiiry U"tX. Cfiurah .St. ' Need Wanted Ad. SPECIAL! BABY WALKERS $598 MKTAI. BEACON KIDDIE CKNTKR II OftAND riTRKET \Vi»t»rbury VISIT OVK SNI) FLOOB Pi.'Uturln K WiiUirbury'M LarRUHt Stelectlnii of Kiddy Funiltiiro • FULL SIJ!K CK1US • VOUTII »I3DS • SAND BOXES ' • SWING ON MKTAI, STAN!) • HIGH CHAIRS .• METAL BABY C'AICICIAGKS BENSON'S ISO SOUTH MAIN ST. Wittcrbury Legal Notices WANTED ELECTRIC MOTORS 1-6, 1-4 and 1-2 H. P. Tel. Waterbury 4-1694 uiiil Itiivtiw Chiirjfr 1IIOHKST PHICKS I P AII> The WATERBURY HEATING Co. I^tuliTH 111 Home lloutlnjf W-SB SI'KINCJ ST. 4-M1H Just III— Another Shipment 26 PC. SET «i;i«h. Kiilvi'M — Fork*, .Mioon.s — TfibtoHpoon.i. I Buttor Knife—Sugar I'll — O'lllWt 111. chuli'il. No Tux SCHNEERC ,*f CREDIT JtW^LERS^ Toii- Chrome CABINET HARDWARE Largo Metal WASTE BASKETS GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE 178 MAl'LK HTIlKKT (AoronM from City llukory) Krtw I)tillvt'/y Tolvpliono o(H4 THE EYEGLASS SHOP C.H.Tomlinson Building NitUKiituek. Conn. DODGE Hotchkisa St, Garago 47 HOTC11KISS STltKKT Tut. B787 ,1. I- MA'/IJ.AVSKAS, T'rop, SAI.KS — SKKVIOK REGISTER NOW KAI.I, TKIOI IICIilNS NKI'T. 0 lln.lii,.,» AilniiiiUirntlon, Arruiini. luic, Srcri'lnrliil, .JUNIOR COLLEGE 2'lC'dntrill Avo. Wuturhury LIQUOR NOTICE This is to give notice that I, Napoleon E, Rognuskns, of 5 Arch direct, Naugatuck, have filed un applloa/tlon dated July. 19, 1940, with • the Liquor Control Commission for a restaurant full liquor permit for the sale of alcoholic liquor on the promisee, 46 Arch street, Naugatuck, The business is owned by Stcfanl Rogauskas, Napoleon E. Rogauskaa and Edward Rogauskas, ull of 5 Arch street, Ndujratuck, and will be conduct- od by Napoleon E, Rogauskas o.'.E Arch otrcet, Naujfatuck, as permit- toe. NAPOLEON E. ROGAUSKAS, Dated: July 19, 1946. Employment Help Wanted—Male WANTED—Helper In brass foun- .dry. .Apply Mlllville Bra.s.s Foundry, 844 Rubber Ave. Employment Help Wnnted—Female ARE YOU A middle-aired houHekeeper-cook who would like u nlco homo In thu country, Small family — no Sundays —110 entertaining—two weeks vacation with |iuy, and 110 huniGry, Xteferences. Box G, care of Neivs.. " 2a Help Wanted—-Halo or Female WANTED—Clerk to work in store. 9 a. m.-2 p. m. Robert's Store, corner Qulnn and Chestnut Sts. Tel 483:, For Sale Houxei For 8»le FOK SALE—A ' two family house of 8 rooms. Nice location. Dial 0117. ' '^TEn—Man to wol-lc nights In office. Independent Cub Co., 1(M1 So. Main St. llolp Wanted—remuie If ... If you nilsa the money you earned doing war work . , . If the rising cost of living puts 'Our bucigut in the red . . . If you .want the extra dollars . . . Then ... The nnswer is the frltndly Avon" Way. For further Information write AVON PRODUCTS DISTRICT MANAGER . (1C Wi-Nt Main Street SFerldcn VANTKI)—Woman to do general houuev.'Ork. Phonet 3-107 or call nt 9 Terrace Ave, WANTED—Woman for light housekeeping sturtlnff Sept. Int. One child, pleasant surroundings. Phone 58.15. FOR SALE—Beacon Palls, Wolfe .Ave., .1 family, 7 rooms and, sun porch, 2 batho, . fireplace, I car garage, steam heat, -Lot 100 x 125. Call 5031. .JOHN HEALY, 118 Church St. For Sale Beal Estate Agenta ATTENTION G. I;'S ONE Mile f.eom Uinlon City, 6 room house, 5 acres of land; 3 large ch'icken. coops with running water; electrically equipped, Ac- comodate 3,000 chickens. truck, Immediate ocupancy. Owner leaving- state. Reasonably priced. TONY FARRAB, 24 George St. Dial 4233. Real Estate Wanted Wonted To Rent WANTED TO KENT —Two or three,room apartment. Ex-serviceman and \vlfo. Ca'.I Naug, fi4GG after 5 p. m. J. HENRY KRULLKOSKI REALTOR Jt City >II1H St. Ph. 0176 WANTED—BY YOUNG COTJI'LE (VET), 3-4 ROOM RENT. REFERENCES GIVEN. REWARD. Phone £338. Announcements Contractors Education 12 AniioimccmontM GENERAL TRUCKING, movlnc, ashes removed, yards cleaned, attics cleaned.- Any cleaning done. ASMMORK TRUCKING. DliU 3065. REPATJUNG AT HOME Soldering-, etc. Amos L. Hoichkiss, Main St., Beacon Falls.' Dial 4344. Automotive I SI LOOM and Privmte Iniitnicton WM- F-. COTA. raper Hanger and Painter. We carry compensation. 1 Cross St. Dial M5K or 5111. ?AJNTING und paperhangins-work done. Call 2977. John A. E. Johnson. ACT ntOan-TLV. J, S. 3 family houses painted $100 and up. Skillful workmanship. Ploslcl Bros. Call 5473. Salon—bervrck PAPER Hanging « P-Jntliif. Specializing on Interior Work. Call for Estimates. Tony Mariano, 03 . Oak St Tel. 2059. FRED'S MOTOR SALES Used Cars—Bought—Sold 879 W. Main St., Waterbury DiaJ Wlby. 4-4510. 13u Truck Dealers-Service Rooms To Kent FOR SALE — 10 room. 4 family house. All improvements. In good condition. Centrally located. Prlcu jr<>R .RENT Funilxlied J(5,500. A Shepley. Phoive 2433. Wanted To Boy HAVE BUYKRS for 1, 2, and 3 family houses. Cal) or see Joseph V. Rosko, 3 Union St. Tel •I02S or 2952. WANTED —' 1-2 or 3 FAMILY HOUSE, Cash waiting. John C, Kiei-nan, Walter H. Hart, Inc., Wtbry. 4-3129. After 6 p. m., Nau- fiatuck 0707. Land For Sale .*. *f*+*****^*****fr*^*^+4**'*+++^** Ex-pert Service On *' Commercial Refrigeration Electric Appliance Co. J I'.-M flnllltvlll M, } \ GUS SMOKE SHOP i UI2 North Mitl/i Nt, Union City J Oli.t Kllniiw.i'WHkl, l'r<i|>, { Wit liuvi) your fuvorltn nittvu- (MfKtr, uinguxlixi nf otlior J (MfKt 1 *i'fffff*f^ CHAPEL ELECTRIC COMPANY Tt'l. 22(f) 2« SOUTH MAIN STHKKT Ociimlld .VllllKMliii'li Fllrlilliirr <:i>.) irtufr llriMtlr Mrrvli 1 !* on AM .MukrN IlllLllll Nl'lK, I'rillllllt XlTVll'l- III iuH{,imlili< I'rli't'N. l.uti'NC l'Ujiil(j|iitMit r llnilli, linwir ^Vfl^ll. Philco Car Radios You Shouldn't Need Glasses To See That "NEWS CLASSIFIED" Can Help You Out With That Advertising- Problem TRY IT OUT AND SEE. PICK UP YOUR PHONE AND DIAL 2228 37 ACRES OF LANI>—Containing a brook and a pond; site partially excavated, roads on three sides. Part of it Bocludud :ind woodland, over 500 feet on a black top State P.d-, good sites for summer homes and hunting camp. Two barns included. Part of the land tillable. Price $4,000. located in Kettletown Section of Southbury. Inquire or Charles S, Sargeant, Realtor. Phone 621-Seymour. FOK SALE—On Coen street, three large building: lots. For .further 1 Information, phone 3224. BUILDING LOTS in Mlddlebury. New development on Three Mile Hill. . Reasonable. TONY ' X'ER- RANT1S, Mlddlobury. Phone Waterbury 4-3753. ' ' FOK SALE— Two building lots on Steinmun Ave., Middlebury, Both for $1,000. TONY FEKKANTE, Wtby. 4-3763. BUILDING SITE—On New Hswen Rd. Large pond. Suitable for business enterprise. Frontage approximately 440xGOO ft. Also choic» lots. Naut;, -1692, a fjlrl or girls. room for 33 Cliff street. 9 Shore And Mountain VACATION—At "Shore Rendezvous," 507 East Broadway, Myrtle Beach, .Mllfprd, Conn. Rooms by day'or "week. .'Call Milford 892J. NEW FEDEHAL TRUCKS Now Available All Sizes from U 1-2) Tons & Up MODERN GARAGE SALES and SERVICE 628 Watertov.il Ave. 3-1488 Merchandise MAKTONE SCHOOL, 100 Grand St. 4-3G77. Dance, Voice, Music, Reducing, Register Mon. Aug:. 5. Animals 35 roultry And FOR SALE—Started chicks, turkeys, ducks. All ages. Whitlock Farm, Sperry road, Hcthany. FOR SALE — Dressed chickens, lurlteys, ducks, s ulnea s. fi'esh killed and quick frozen. Whitlock Farm, Spcrry road, Bethany. KUY 3 KOOMS of Rood fumiturc, reasonable. Includes living room, bedroom, kitchen sctc, with numerous accessories. Albert's, 268 So, Main St., Waterbury. Phone •1-3144. 14 Auto* for Sale FOR SAJ.K —1937 CMC one-ton rack body 'truck, Sacrifice! Dial 4893. 1934 CHEVROLET 2-door sedan For Sale. Good Kunninfi- condition. Phone 4328. ie Auto* Wanted Announcements Tx>st And Found FOUND—On P.ubber Ave., Beaglo hound »wilh injured leg. If missed by owner, communicate with C A. Scudder, 149 Coen St, Dial 3836. LlU , Fen»on<U» MONDMKKTS Special Prices On All Memorials W, RICHARDS—260 . So. Main St. Naugatuck—Dial 3487 ACCORDION LESSONS—You con learn the correct technique of the .tccordloii. No accordion necessary. At Mecca Music School, 203 Bank St., Wtbry.. 4-1422. CASH FOB ENTIRE ESTATES Wo will buy or sell on commls- alon basla anything fromn ulngta room to an entire estate, specie 1- zln|f in''rar« antiques. Phone or writ; ORANGE ST. AUCTION Galleries, Nov, England's Finest Auction G-allerJeB, 21 Orange St., Now Haven. Tel. 6-<i89e, >VJ3 HAVE MONEY TO LOAN on second TnOrtg'ases, $500-up. Waterbury 5-1232. OVIDK V. -PHIMBERT Keul Estate—General, Insurance COG So. Main St., Waterbury Call i^SOS-l or 0-3148 Building Lot^-50x3C. Duslrable location. Suitable for u. 5- j-ooiw cot- tn.f;o. Write Box '£', care Naug- atuclt N I:\VH. For Sale u Real Estate Ai;ent» ! FOR SA1.K — IZ duplex liou»e. good condition, H. VV. H, oh both, large -lot, nou-thwcst "of town. 9 room, 1 family IIOUBC';- all improvements, hard wood finish, H. W, II. oil, centrally located, $12,000, P. Labriola. He Son., 172 High St. Dial 34C8. llo JFersonar NOW 'OPEN I'-UR BUSINESS. PLUMBING AND HARDWARE. LJCENS13D PLUMBER, A. L. HOTCHKrSS, MAIN ST. BEACON .FALLS. DIAL 4341. •^WANTED— USED CAR Call Waterbury 3-8502 ONK THOUSAND CARS WANTED—Top price*; spot conn. I want £9!s — 30's — 31's — 32's — 33's — 34's— 'SVa — SC'8 —37's — 38-8^—39'a —<0's —41's and 42'S. Phone, write or drive In today. BILL1E PITZPATRICK 1660 East Mam St. Phone 4-*8<l OPEN EVENINGS Household Article'* FOR SALE — Bed, Simmons coil spring-, Beauty Rest maitrcss. Call !5105 after noon. FOIi SALE—Gas slovc. 4 burner, white enamul, modern design. $35, including- connecting pipe. Call 3348. FOR SAI.K—Piano, -1 burner kitchen gas stove. Also 2 burner oil stove, 2 radios. Bargains.' Inquire 27 First avenue, Waterbury. 4-2637. YOUNG DCCKS FOR SALK. Alive and dressed •)-.! Ibs. L<;Roy H. Eaummer. Telephone 4145. Business Service .17 Service* Rendered 1'UBHC ACCOUNTING SPECIAL BOOKKKKMNfi S12RVICK KDMCJNO O. HKS.S P. O. BOX CG UNION CITY PHONE 3404 TREK EXPERT — Pruning »nd spraying of fruit and shude trees. Treos removed. Veteran of World War II. Gordon Phelun, Wtby. 0-2261. OfFERING —500 pair of men's blue dcrtm, sanforized shrunk dungarees. Sixes 29 through -14. OPA coiling, S1.G4. C. C. Murphy Co.. Church St. TURN IN "JOUR CAR NOW MY PRICES ARE TOPS KEN JOHNSON 1803 N. Main St. f.'all Waterbury 5-1797 LATK MODEL CARS WANTED FACKARD-WATERBURY, INC 4.H2 Ws.tertown Ave.. .Dial 4-6109 17 Repulrlngr-Servlce Station MAPLE STREET GARAGE ITCVi Maple Street Tel. John Rimkug, Prop, Repair -work on all makes of cam FENDER and BODY WORK Used Cars Bought—Sold JACK'S AUTO BODY SHOP 106 .South Main Street Bodies, fenders, straightened, repaired, etc. Also cars painted. Telephone 6159—5012—3264 21 Hour Towlnj; Service AUTOMOBILE— Rubber floor mats —$3.75 and up. JOE'S TIRE SHOP 241 N. Main, Wtbry. Cor. Cooke St. IVu Auto Palntlnc-Body Work lid BUHlness Opportunities TWENTY V S, -puHruE-e fttamp ina- chjnes. Three one's, air mails. Make $40 weekly." Immediate cost S200. Write, pive [ihonu number. Box B, care of Nowu.' FLORIDA—Wlntor home and or• ange grove for sale. East coast, four budrooms, three baths, gar- agte and outbuildings. Fifty acres in tract. Wonderful tropical estate. Write Sam Hardwick, Canaan, Conn. E rATNTTNG— Wi'Id- Injr. CARS VAJNTED $30. Jim'* Faint '.Shop, JS Autumn St., cor. Piedmont. Wtbry. S-83GT. Body & Fender Work KRNIE'S ACTO BODY WOKKS 128 WatertovFii. Ave. Wtbry.' 30241 Contractors WICDDIN(5 oulfltM—foruial goxvna, ready-made or made to order. White Eunny jackets, black velvet . wraps to rent. RUBY'S BRIDAL SHOP. 2nd,floor, 85S N. Main St., Wtbry. 3-1S34. Wanted To Buy WANTED—Ust-d Dnbycrib In pood condition. Call Na.ug3tuck C45J. Merchandise Articled ror Sati 1 T OR SALE—Pnlr of swinjjlni; p-ar- agc doors, hru'dwurc included. Teiephono C6S4. FOR SALE—Six tables and booths. Tel. 3SI4. WADING POOL With metal frame. Size 5.Cx 5.6, S14.9D. Sand boxes, ploy pens, etc. The Radio Shop ISO Grand St., Wtby. GUARANTKKD REPAIRS — All makes machinea, vacuums. U*ed machines bought. Singer Sewing Machine Co. Waterbury 4-4805. ELECTRICAL Wiring & R«pmU- Sng, W v -\ speclaUzo in <aUsf«o- Hon. All work .nsurcd. JVnah- Ing machines repaired. Ray Decker, Dial 4000. CESSPOOLS —Anil septic tanka cleaned, repaired nnd installed. All types of suburban scwagrc disposal work. For prompt and 'dependable service cull The Conn- Hydraulic Co., Waterbury 4-9D88. AUTHORIZED HOOVKR SERVICE by factory irainod man. TeL 2251. Carlson's Furniture Co. 5crvtc«:» GOLDIE'S CAMERA 8 &. 16 mm. Movies On Sale Now. 17 Grand St. Wtbry. Phone 5-2875 CUSTOM REUPICOLSTERrNO Special 2-pir>ce Suite J5| GRIFFIN UPHOLSTERING cc». Naugatuck 14<Tt Mlvcoltan eouw PKARL BUTTONS — Rick - ruck, braids lace. 1 ), binding* In largo assortments. Reliable, 87 ScoviH street, Wtbry. 30c Radio IMMEDIATE DELI VICKY! Rndics in Stock — Fnda, Olympic. Emerson, Senora, Stewart Warner. Also 'table modi!) combinations, record players, portables. GERALD'S APPLIANCE. 307 Spring St., Union City. HAVE YOUR ALTERATIONS DONE AT CARMEN'S CUSTOM TAILORING S-D:iy Cleaning Servian J47 So. Main St,— 1>I)U 201? !!8 \V»ntod To ttcnijer Se.rvlcet WE REPAIR All mftlfes. Coldspot, Apex, Cop*land, Gruno, Kelvfnator, Cro«- Ipy, Stcwart-Warn*r, "tc. Btal»- ka! Hi:d son, 202 Cherry St Wiu.crbury. 4-0710. 40u 1'HILCO, RCA, TABLE MODEL RADIOS wiUi automatic record changers in stock. THE JtADIO SHOP, 180 Grand St. Waterbury. PAFERHANGING nod Palntlnit. High grade vrorkinun*!ili>. Phono 4-0857 Wtbry. Joseph San An- Georg-e G. Touponse LANDSCAPING TREE 1'RUNITNG TREES KEMOVEH Wtn. 1411 furniture wlt.li "Sa),'l j ruf." CbiHt ys.?, 1 ;; <iiv«n, SlS.M. Work dons in your home. Dial Wutorbury 4-3333. Sinte-widft service. ]-I«l woathiir IN !n;.r<- to st^iy. 1'ro- toct your \vlnlnr j>-:xrnii?ntH by having tlii'in cloani'il and Motli- Prooft-d now. ****•+•+****•*•* *^*****v+^+*+f*W+H IEVMAN LEANERS BARNEY GOOGLE AND SNUFFY SMITH Bv ROY CRANE MI'/, MAWYTRR TH' CHIEF SftVS I GOTTA MOVE MY DARKROOM DOWN WHAT'S SO IMPOSSIBLE? SOME LOCftL VOK6L NflMED SNUFFV SMITH DRANK ALL DEVELOPIM' FLUID, CHIEF I CONT-- UH- SIR ? THAT'S IMPOSSIBLE !! IMPOSSIBLE. CHIEF '.! IWPOSS— UH I GUESS THCY DIDN'T SEE THEM, B WELL, A, FELLA CANT LUCKY AU7HS TIME. 'S A WAV CAM HEAR OBOYI WE'LL RESCUED! WHERE'S TH' PHOTO FINISH OF TH' BUG RAC6, O'GRflDV? TH' PRESSES ARE WAITING THOUSANDS OF.PEOPLE ARE rOOBBIN' TH'--WHAT? WHttJt? WWiRt? AFTER ANOTHER, RCD SIGNAL FLARES BURN AND PIE IN THE LONELY ARCTIC NIGHT. BUT, ALAS, THE FAR-OFF DRONF OF ENGINES FADES AWAY. By WALLY BISHO1 ErSPE?CR~TO~ME!!'«-- PIDKT YA THROW TKCT BAL •SERORlTA'BROA.DFOOTt.'VOU ARE THE£ MOS' BEAUTIFOOL PEETCHER THEE W£W,P*CO;WHEM YOU'RE ON A BASE.., N fOU WUST DO EVERYTHIN Bv MEL GKAFF WATCH HIM, •...WATCH HIM AT SECOND! HKOHWT AOKNT Xfl ERVTH1N6 YOU UPSFT THE P1TCHER!!,,TAKE __ __. : F!!..TALK TO HER!' RATTLED —AHO TRIPLE- CROSSED VOUR- seiF, LARP-&ML.! NOW. AT THE BlgPIE, ANDJT^WON'T MUCH/ —^^/ER-LIPS.! NOl W/*IT f DOUBLE- A BREAK! CAN'T moor DOWN LIKE — COUEAL All YOU PL6EO--TIME5 By PAUL KOBINSOM ;— By WILLIAM RITT nnrt CLARENCE OBAT LOOIC AT THE STABS njt«VifOVHn MDI1TP FffEE FOOD AND ROOM 6ERVICE/ I WISH I COULD BRICK AMD THE GIRLS ABOUT THIS PLACB.' ^ WITH tasr.yaf.gg SLEEP- M ri '-AT THAT MOMENT, BENEATH THE HUT HOUSlNS SANOV, THERE PAHES A SILENT 'PROCESJ/ON f \ WOMbttt THEVARE.AWWAy/

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