Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on July 5, 1944 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, July 5, 1944
Page 7
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WEDNESDAY. JULY 0, 1944 HAUGATUOK DAlIiY NEWJ3 WANT ADS- " Me RESULT Ads. Call 2228 And Find Out Employment For Sale WANTED Stcnoffrapher Single. .I'oi- I I • > • • 1\)Y. " T " , c (if Naugatuck Dally NewH ==^-- • = TEACHERS ' STUDENTS -HOUSEWIVES.! !. FULL OR PART-TIME WORK AVAILABLE Making Hoot wear Purin.u" StiiuniL-f Months . Experience Unnecessary " For Snle ?>IX-lliM>l)l, one fllllllly lionet wllll gnnigu and all Improvements. If you want to buy of sell, see P. LaiH'loln, realtor. 172 High ill reel, telephone 3-IDS or 5S3-I. I'-Ott !SAM£—Two fa'inlly house, It rooms:, i: cur garage.and barn All Improvements. Lot S-l x 1GS At a .sacrifice. Tel'. 3-5.HJ3, Brldgu- port. V'Oll JS.AI.K—Itt iiurt-M, iihotit 10 111 meadow land, brook and good ti-i'ooni house, barn and all farm tooln. For quick sale, price only Sfl.SOO. -Apply A.-'Sheplcy, tclc- phone 2-133. Announcements NOTICE TWO-Fiiinlly IMXIM-, nil Improvements, extra' large lot: Apply 47 Ttighlnnrl avenue. Tel. StiSS. H'uutrtl To Buy K1VK or (i r«>oin hoiimt. with mod- cm Improvement:). Fairly now. 15ox N-O, care of Nuws. Fur Sulo Building lof, I-'H by I IK) /ret on Shirley street, two miles from Ts'augatuck off New Haven road. Price .5100. Call Watcrlnu-y .I-ISOI. The annual, meeting or tho.lo owners of the Grove Cemetery An soclnlion, will be hold at 2. p; m .12. W. T, on Monday, July 10,.19.44 at the Naupntuck National Bank The annual .meeting of the .Tru." .tces.of said association, will be hcli nt 2:15 p. m. E. W. .T., on -..the same, date, at the Naugn.tuckvNa tionnl Bank. : EMIL, MANNWEILER, President NOTICE! Baummer.'B .Clambake and . Picnic Grounds ... Excellent ..picnic . facilities,, hre- pluccii, picnic benches, good water, etc. " •••'•', , .'• EDWARD BAUMMER ... Field St. . ,.,.:. .' Telephone 3501 Automotive Auto* For APPLY AT United States Employment Service .TJ3 Bunk' St. • 'U'liturhury, C'nnn. Stiiblll'/.atlon Conditions 'UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. - ituck Fo.ot\vcai' Plant .VAUGATUCK . CONN. - HKAUTIFUI.—Vlow.s, hrooU, utato road, .15 noroa, ?2,7iO. 1£. C. Bu hor, GrrycotL>, ^Vo^'dbury. Tel. 150 For Rent llbu*e<« i-'or Unit NOTJC.B GIRT, — \>':iiitfd to iiwl.nt with housework in'thn country.-Family or "throe adults. SCO .month unit honrd. Wnshlnpton,. Conn., tip I, - AI'ARTMKNT nt Hop Ilrook cllih nviilluble to nmn and wife with out cost for rent, heat, lights, hot witter, for cure of bul'.dlnK- Appl> Klnier S c h m i t z, Naugatucl i'e Co. DODGK — PLYMOUTH AUTHORIZED ; Stiles Service Pnrts, Accessories Malcolm W. St;iiT S Watcrtown Avc.' . Dial Aiitb'mbtive ;Autos, .Jfor, Siilc 480-Watcrtowri j -Avo:' 1'' ...Dfai^if.BlOfl. Merchandise Sflii : '. Fiirm. Machinery . MuCOUMACK - MH'orlng Trsiet'nr, model 1020;. 2,;l-2'-'-liorsc power Jaeger wuicr-.pu'mp, 8,000 gal, PCI; .hour. T. -.I-. Mohta'mhUult, 032 North Main 1 St.,'-Union City. Tel. . -2683. . • ':• .•'•.. • . 28 ArtlcIuN. 1'040 -Cho tier — Wlnddor , '•'Rood 1 condition; "prlvkta -i/owncr. WIL.U .INCLUDE 33LEC. RE1?. FREE WITH- PURCHASE OF ANY 4 HOOM-OUTFIT. Merchandise TYPEWBITEES ADDING .... MACHINES Kosc ^ Morton', 7-1 .Center. St. , '•W.-ilcrbury 4-9320 BABY—Ciir KculH,Tli»y jjciis, liathl- nctts, cribs, high, chuira, Kantwct mattresses, toys.. •' THIS RADIO. SHOP ISO. Grand St. Watcrbury ; A uto»'Wanted . ADTOMOBrLKS 933;Jo 1942. Phono, wrlt*- i .'or' l .tlriv« n today..- Billy: F!Upat'rick;-'l66b E; Main •treVt'. Waterbury.•'' ^Opbh -eva- ' ' .»."-!• • Motorcycles, tBlcyclc'» v ..' MpUTQttCyCLE, Hurly. ncw,.tlrcs, good condition'. 3175, after 6:00. Call •Francis 'Itymiitiii'q. Co. 4<0'.NORTH MAIN STRF.ET '•• Telephone- 3000 .Tron.'ydigliliy used; rcosonnblb. price.' t Phone. •'JO.'J-l. Wiiritcd.To Buy Contractors Painting HANGING »nil W. F. "Cola; 17- Cedar Tel. 'Street. YOU CAN'T GET MORE FOR SO LITTLE •'—LOOK —• ClnMiilflcd Ad Riitott BANK niifc'. deposit .boxes, wanted. HighestVcaijli. • prices paid. Wire eollect, write'o.r'.jphon'c.Avhat you hnvfl to, offciv'J. •&. 'Murpliey, Republic COM,''815.'Yc'atman Ave,, Webster Groves 13, Mo:. CKIBS —-Ciirrlaifcs, Piny I.'CIIH, Large selection of toys. Lowest prices In town. • • . J3KACON KIDDIE CENTRE 73 GRAND ST. Wtby. Animals Cnl.H, Uoifs And I'cts TIIIUSJJ—Main |)cdl|f r e r -'<l Cocl«:r Spaniel puppies. 3 jinonlha old Guaranteed .sin/Jin/? canaries, rca- sonublc. 01 Eramrortl, O.-ikvilJc. Phone WatcrUiwn 1395. I'oultry And GWI heavy HiillcroNN Pullvls. Apply Edward Baummcr, Field street, Tel. 3501. MllKlcul JOHN'S MUSIC SHOP \V>: liny, noil, oxchanifo, and repair all kinds of instrument.". . low- est'prices in, the city. 3SO-3S2'So. Jvl.-i'in St., \Vutf)y, Conn., . Next- Thinp' !Want Ads. to Magic— Nowa The odd.s are -with you when you use News 1 Want Ads to'get help,, vent properly, sell or buy.. Phone 2223. • • •-,-• .; BitOYVN "'id Willie Pinto — Western saddle hoj;sc. Call Waterbury 3-2077.' • - Services Services Wanted To" Render Service* Oil IJiinter Clcunurn. Il:ivc;yoiir iHI burner cleaned now. Don't wiilt for cold jwcather. All -work RU«Lr- untccd. Telephone 3020. H»rry Churchill. . • • .'. .'.' •, ATTKNTION J£lecir»IUK . —Repair*. Kenulne . part*. '•n>l service. By bonded Ela«trblux Man. I. ."Nliucn,- * TiraiiA Av«. Telephona 4822. . ' '•• - CIIABO-SKI'S Radio Impair Shop. TiadJo's expertly repaired, moderate prices. 'Phone MIT.' Cleaning- And ,'!7 HiiNlncKK SdrvlccK Rendered WANTED — Oil burner cleaning arid repairing. Also, electrical work. Hot xvatcr coils installed- Eil .Durettc,. telephone 0321 . ELECTRICAL Repairing Service Appliances, a specially. Ray Decker, -102 N. Main..St. Tel. -1000.1 NOTICE To our many customers! !.! !-. Our plant and store will be closed from July 2 to .July 30. In order that customers may not be r din- appointed, plcosa bring your', dry cleaning- in early. . ','"•'• KIEVMAX'S. ..'!'."•• 76 Church Street . - BUZ. SAWYKR By JtOY CBANB THERE'S OME THING ABOUT GOING PtACES WITH THE 80ZZO- YOU MEET SUCH ClASSV LASSIES. Words Lines . 1 Day Prepaid Charge 3 Dnya Prepaid Clin C Days Prepaid Charge Wanted To Kent W.ANTKD—By small fiunlly. a cot lu<o tit !Lukc Quussapaux' o Sanely Beach for iho summe iiionth.i • and over Labor Dny Kcferoni'ej). Telephone 0920. 1) KOOIII.M To Lot OX -MOW HAVEN Jtoud, a co/.j furni.ihcd nparl^mcnl I'D/- couple or'two adults. Apply 7-16 So. Main, street. Tel. 2038. S.AI.KSIADiKS. If. lo Wl. .I'lirt or tull time. Excellent wnjjns and irarklnjr conclltlona,. Apply C. C, Mtirphv Co,, Church streel at Park pliu-i. J» Ifclji Wiintocl—Mule or HHI.P wASTKii—HIGH SCHOOL GtRl-K AND BOYS' DURING VACATION'; AT,SO PART TIM IS .MAN AXD WOMAN. GOOD "PAY. VERY P L, K A S A N T WORK. EXPERIENCE NOT NECESSARY. Ar ; PCY "PETER PAW,. INC. NEW HAVEN KD. r-MONK 22'j.|. For Sale For TWO KAMII.Y House D'II I'londlcy -stront, Iwo family housie, '^[Igh- liuid iivcauc; one fumlly house on Wired strcpt; orie fnmlly ho'u.Me on Hill street: two family house nn. RlvcraidP drive. John J. .Hcaly, tcl.'CiOGl. TH'O fiunlly IIOIIM- of (I roo'niM. All Improvprnont.M, 2-car garage and lui'Hi: lot. n/id -lorni; fruit lrcen. rnco • $.7700.iYi. -Also 12-room houso, 2-fnmlly, gnriigo. tind cx- U'O-K"""' :i:nirtincnt, furnished for "light housekeeping. Klcrcti'ic- Ity. gas. • hot ' water, air-conditioned. .Call Wnlby. 3-9-157. Announcements MO.NUMJCNT.S .SponlrU prices on All Memijrlal* , V. RCCHARDS 2fiO So. -MKln'St. Xnupatuck It And Found . 1.OST—Monday aflcrniion, l/i pliy's store, wallet containing . sum of money in bills. Reward. .Mr*. Frank Rtiel/i. 102 Maple street, or call 32CO. IIAVINfJ lost ' my A gas ration book, I have made application to the local ration board for a neu-. one. ' EDWARD• " NOTICE • . J, hereby give notice that I have received' a rate "book tor a tax on the Grand List of IP-IS District No. l' of JO Mills' on the dollar payable July "1st, 3D-M. "'On and after August -1st., :tO-H .Interest at the rato'oi' (J per cent per annum will bn chdrcrccl from J.tily 1st. IM'I:.! will"-bo at tho Tax Coilectpr's tm lot, $ 'A. Shcpley, tele- Officp, "Town Hall Building on Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thtirsdny and Ffidny from 9 o'clock to S o'clock and from o'clock until 0 o'clock, except on Saturday, will at noon, for the purpose nT receiving said tax. .Dutocl at rs'augfituck, Connecticut this 20th day of June, "jn-l-l.. PATRICK- F. McKEON',, . "• ' Tax Collector WAR BONDS 1 to 15' 1C to 20 .30 .03 .90 1.08 1.17 .36 .IS ,8-1 1.20 1.44 1.92' 21 to 25 .•15 .60 | 1.00 1.00 1.80 2.-10 -26 to 30 .S-l J.SO 2.1G 2.8S 31 to 3D .63 .8-1 1.47 2.10 3.36 36 to -10 .72 .90' 1.08 2.-10 2.88 3.8-1 -11 to '15 .81 l.OS | 1.89 •2.70 | 3,2-1 •1.32. •!6 to 50 10 .DO 1,20 | 2.10 3.00 3.60 •l.SO : SO YOU'Rfi ,THE \YES. .ONE WHO'S MAKING 'THAT SPECIAL HOP 'WITH SAWYER? ALWAYS FIN OS'EM. WAHTJk TWO TO OKI ROMANCC IS BUT, t ASSURE YOU' THERE WILL A AFRAID MISSION II THAT INCLUDES SOCIAL ACTIVITIES HA, HA.' THEN DON'T KNOW SAWYER »Y COULD FIND PRETTY GIRLS EVEN •^ ^•s > -.',;& . ETTA KETT PAUL ROBINSON 51 to 53 11 I .99 1.32 2,31 3.30 3.96 06 to 60 12 1.08 1.44 2.52 3.60 1.32 0.76 Jf p'altl within, one week, after Insertion, advertisement will .be considered as prepaid. On The Air Today PRIVATE BUCK s, but THIS Captain imiitt that I spend th» •I:OO p. m. WOR—R.-rmhlinpr with Gambling WABC—Broadway Matinee WATR-WJZ—Ethel and Albert WEAF-WTIC—Bnc-kttage 'Wife ." 4:15 p. in. WEAF-WTIC—S.tclhi .Dallas WATR-WJZ—Don Norman Show WABC—Matinee; News 4:30 p. in. ' WABC—Off the Record: Neighbors WJZ—News WOR—Dctectlvn Stories -. ..,.• WEAF—Loren/o Jones •. ' -1:45 p. m. WEAF-WTIC—Young. Widdcr Brown WABC—Rny Scott Orch. • WJ&WATR—Correspondents •Abroad- . . . 5:(K) p. m. .. • WJZ—Hop Han'igan . . WABC—To be an-ndunrcd WATR—Terry and Pirates WEAF-WTIC—When a Girl Marries . . ... ' " 2—Terry, nnd Pirat'es . . VOR—Uncle Don 6:IS p. m. WOR—Archie Andrews _WABC—Mother and Dad "WATR—Melody Revue WJZ—Dick Tracy-. - WEAF-WTIC—Love nnd Learn WATR—Melody-Revuo " 3:30 p. .m.. WABC-rNews • - " . WOR—Tom Mix Show WJZ—Jack Armstrong WTIC-WEAF—Just Plain Bill - WATR—News ' 5:45 p. m." WOR-WA'TR—Supormah WABC—Wilderness Road; . . WJZ-7-Sou Hound H:(XI p. m. WOR—Prayer; Headlines WT/C—NcVs • ; WEAF-WTIC-WJZ—News ' - «il.S .p.-in. .'. , 'WABC—Murray Orch., and Chor us • ,'- y - - • WATR—Symphony Serenade . • WEAF—To be-arinouncc'd WOR-WTIC—News • , . ' - WJZ—Hop Harrigan .-..-•-• . ;«:»& p.-.-m. WOR—S'ews . . , \ . WEAF—Scrcnadera.,. ... WABC—Jeri -.Sullivan.; WJZ—Whose War? Sports '- WATR—Pleasure and Profit 6;45" p, hi. WOR—Stan Lomax . i WABC—World Today WATR—Jack ! Armslrofig WEAF-WTIC—Lowell Thomos WJZ—News 7:00 p. m. WABC—I Love a Mystery WEAF-WTIC—Music Shop ; • .WATR-WJZ—Connie iBoHwell Show •WOR—Ne_ws ..».-.,• 7:1B p. m. WOR—Answer. Man. . -. 'WABC—Passing Parade ;WTIC—World News ;WATR—Terry's - Tunes ,,7:30- p. m. You Top This? .WABC—Easy Aces WTIC—Studio program . WJZ—Lone Ranger -WEAF—Roth -Orch:; -Chorus .WATR—Phone.Your Answer . 7:43 p. in. 'WT'IC— To be announced WEAF— News WATR — Treasury Song; .Interlude • 8:OO p. in. WEAF — Beat the Band WATR-WJZ — Watch World Go By WOR— News • . WTIC^Mr.--and Mrs. North •WABC— A. Jones. Carle Oreh. " 8:13 p. in. -WATR-WJZ— Lum and Abner WOR— Nick, Carter , ' . .8:30. p. m, ' WEAF-WTIC— Beat the Bund WOR— Xavier Cupnt .WABC— Dr. Christian WJZ-WATR— My Best Girls . i):00 p. m. . •" WABC — Jack Carson Show •WJSAF-WTIC— Time to Smile WOR— Gabriel Hcaltcr WATR-WJZ — Dunninger Show 0:15 p. m. WOn— Screen Tost 9:,'IO p. in. .WEAF— Mr. District Attorney WABC— Mildred Bailey Show WATR-WJZ— Spotligh'l, on Olscn WOR— First Nig-htcr WOR— First, Nighter . 111:00 p. m. WATR— News - WEAF-WTIC— Kay Kyscr Show 10:15 p. in. • WATR-WJJ5— Ted Maine- WOR— Arch .Ward, Sports 10:30, p. m. •WABC-^-QiIcntin Reynolds : .- . ,WQR— "Symphonelle ... • ,WJZ~Green .Hornet •,-..-•. WATR— Dancing Discs; 1(1. 45 p. .m. WATR— Chuck Foster 11:00 p. m. ALL Stations; News. 11:15 p .111. WOR— NCWE,; Weather; Almiinac ;WEAF— Harkness 'of Washington: WJZ— Man's Corner, .'i. WABC— News . of tho Invasion WATR— Ray Henle, .News • .';.•'•.. :; ..;J1.:»0. p.. m. WABC — Invitation, to -'Music ; "WJSAF-WTIC— Arthur. Hopkins WJZ-^Ru', ' WATR— Claridgc .Orch.; News WOR— Slicp- Fields Orch. IZ.-W) Mlilnl«-lit - WEAF-WTIC— News; Hhythm ' . Ramble . • , WABC— News; Invilation ' ' WOR — McGranc, Corroa Orch. Z^— NQWS;-, Morgan- WATR— Sign Off ' ' I'LL TELL YOU WHAT- WE'LL GO OL/r IN I - F WE LfkE -\NEILBUY ir/ IT'D BE SO PESTFULTD OH BOY. I'VE (SOT MV'SHACEOFTHE COMM/SSION S-ECRKI ROBERT STORM News Orch. Trout Do All Right By Captain In Italy Cincinnati, .Ohio' (UP)—You can not keep . a good troul fisherman* down for..long, . •--.•.,,..,.•;,;'•-;• ' ; 'Capt.' Fe-rd .Bndcr,' prcsid'enl,:for : he Southern, Ohio,Dog and'Game- protective 'Assn... ;now. with' ,the. Army in Italy, 1 writes:.. . .,.'•"'••-, ''.t ' ''Pound 'me a dandy little iiin 'stream,' clear as crystal and old as. ic.c. Got some nice spec- red trout,." ;• '' :, Th'e word "candy" is .believed to' ave originated from an India su-' ar^ ear.e named "kand."" It wast eilslifca.'greatly'., by the monarch,Alexandria the-Great, -., . .- «.,.-.•*.-.. •THEM DANCED NEW OWNERS UETTiN' 7H£ 6CIL CO TPOT.' •IVIEY CQULO UAVS A BU5HEL COftH OKKA STALK RISM' NOW.,. BATTLE BCNC55 MCW'5 W YOUR OLD FARM! THERE SINCE- 6UV/TOO! CIVE *t A &UHCU-A GAf COUPON*, US KNOW'M T «, Hfc » *... BUY .YU'H A ONE, FELLA? GOT LQ5HA NO, AIR. TUCKED.. EOTTie BONDS OOES ONE CF THE MpN LOOK LIKE TMI«* BAR.VKY GOOC1JS JRP IS NOW ON WAV TO VOU BACK _ BIRO AUVE OR CHOP CWOP HEftD. MEAN JAP USTCR UUICK RKADFORl) By WILLIAM R1TT and CLARENCE GRAf BAREHANDED; EH > • VERY" WELL PILGRIM - r.T055,A5'lDE ^r- g^ THE WEAPON -50f. yfenHx AND NOW WE WILL FIGHT. ONE MOMENT - LET U5 WAGER ON THE.OUTCOME- OR DO.YOU FEAR' THE- RISK i i, MAUL, THE MERCILESS. ' KNOW NO PEAR - H.OI MO> WHAT SHALL WE WAGER. 'BRASH YOUTH-. ; WAttY. BISHOP GOT IT BAD- SUES (SOTA MEW MAIC? Cl&BON ' HEP FACE EVERY DAV MAE,IF YOU -DoMT P1TCU FOR THE TEAM, WELL NEVER WIN AWOTMEP GAME AHO SftDIL MAM NEW MANNIKUPE/ FjFIE MAE-SAYS -SUES MADLY IN ' FQR VJEVE GOT TO U6f? our QF'iT/rl

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