Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on July 8, 1944 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Saturday, July 8, 1944
Page 7
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p T^hfwip !>•••_£. I V\J I lf\.S \ Employment Help WiintPil—M«lt< A.PPIY OY WAN'TKI) KnSO.VNKL GRFICMC ROOM 111 'uX HOTRL PLAN j|,.||> Wlllilrd—Fi-mlllo :>AKT TI.MH WAITRESS WAXTED H l»' L 'RS S P. M. TO 3 A. M. \PPLY HOSTKSS K1X(.;.S KJTC'HKN KI./.I'UX MOTEL ^WANTED Stenographer Single. Cur for Address 'IJnx ".7" of Nnu{jntiiok Dally Now» ASIIIKK* \VANTF;D RVKXINCS A?K.V fRSOXNEI, OFFICE ROOM 111 .KI/PO.V MOTKL STABILIZATION' PLAN TEACHERS STUDENTS HOUSEWIVES! ! FULL OR PART-TIME WORK AVAILABLE Making Footwear DuriiiL,' Summer Months Experience Unnecessary Employment •411 Ui-.lp AVunti'd—Male or Female X10HT CLEHK MALI:; or FEMALE 11 P. M. TO 7 A. M. APPLY PERSONNEL OFFICE, ROOM 111 'HOTEL ELTON STAEL.TZATION PLAN Announcements Lout Anil Found DAY \vomc I'urt Or. Full Time KXCKI.I.KNT wjisi-.t and conditions for man or woman' li bukititf. department of moderi bakery.—Apply City Bakery. J71 Maple street. HAVING LOST my n]H.>clul B J ration jCoupbns, 1 have made'ap- plication . to ,thc -'local' Kation Board lor new onc'.s. - .CLARENCE-NOBLE. HOUSEMAN-, MAID, DISHWASHER APPLY PERSONN EL OFFICE ROOM HI EI/IW HOTEL STABILIZATION PLAN For Sale For ,Snl(> I''OU SALK— Hurry! Hurry! V«cant 0 room, one family house, till Improvoments, 2 cur garage, nice lot, reasonable price. Located fU .12 street. Patsy [..nbriola, realtor, 172 Hl^h street. Phony 345S or 5S34. NKW S-KOOM cotli.K<-', vucunt; also o-ROOM bungalow with three quarters acre land; new ID-ROOM 2-1'amlly house on West side. A Shepley, Telephone 2433. FOB MALE—Two fiiinily house, H rooms, 2 car enrage und barn. All impcovemunls. Lot 84 x 165, At :i sacrifice" 1 . Tel. 3-5403, Bridgeport. WOMAN'S huiid-hu£ containing ration book, papers and white Kloves, Monday at local raiiroud station, iieward.' Plcaae at 32 Greenwood street. NOTICE Ban rumor's Clambake and Picnic Grounds Excellent picnic facilities, fireplaces, picnic benches, good water, 1 etc. '' EDWARD BAUMMER .. ..-; Field St. Telephone'3501 Automotive Automotive 14 For -Sale TJSED CARS .... at ne.w celling'priciis;.or Jew. Merchandise 2flii Fiinn Machinery DODGE -r-'- - McC.ORMACK - BeorliiK Tractor, '"'modef ;1020; , 2 .1-2 Morse, power .? J'aegor^v'iwatei'i pump,, S.OOp- g a l. '•'' pcr' l hour:vT/:,';J': Sfd'ntu'mbau'lt, 'TO2 NoVLh : .Main' / St; > '.-Unibn City. Tel. •'•••3&>a'.'-.--'- f -».f•;"•<•• «-.. ••-' Merchandise Household Article* HOJ.1, top desk with.' cluiir, $'K cash. Tel. 301 i. ... 28, Article* Sales Service pa.r.t3*'Acccs8prlcs MiJcolm W/'S...a'iT Corp.. 488 Ave. Dial 5-1140 11140 ChryHlur — Windsor Jlel.uxo, good..condition, private owner. Telephone Wtby: 3-403X';, <\ t " t ' .CpntraeJ'pi'sV;. I'llllltlllK AutoN For Srtlo IH.'iS Ford Tourlnir Cur, good running condition. Fair tires. Price. J175. Frank Burns, French street Waterto'wn.' Tel. 882-W. ' ' \\FISH HANGING W. F. Cola, 17 Tel. 54Gb. and I'lilntlnif. Cedar Street. f'.:.. -•' v,-FOR-.SALE! !' •'-'.- , • •'A'B:,G...'Washer • • JSusy'.-yya'.shar.- Hamilton -Beacon 11 '.Vacuum- Cleaner . Electric Iron •-Fran'cis. •'Furm-tiT.'e Co. 449 NORTH.-MAIN STREET •'Telephone 3000 . ..Get tile most for your 1 ', i.ny.est- .men't In News Want Ads: follow the ad-taker's advice! Phone 2228. RATES ARE SMALL; RESULTS —— ARE LARGE — CliiHsifled Ad Rates BrJnR: in;yow meas- .urcinem:« and we will cover your floor '.with "linoleum within t.wo days: ' Boston..Fiiriiitifre 'Co. 188. So. Main St. Wtby'.' Tel.'-1-0137 1'n liny BANK Kafit deposit cash prices paid. Wire collect, write or phone what you '.have to ctl'er. J. 33. Murphcy, Republic. C084, 815 Yeatman Avc., .Webster Groves 19, Mo. C'AI.r, 2«JO—I/ you liay« anything- to sell. Sinfjer sewinK machines, bicycles, old furniture, rays''or gunk. .-Right' prices paid. ' If It's a pet you -need -to sell or find a new home'.for, a News Want Ad will do if..quickly. BAliY—Cur Neats, rlay .pens, halhl- 'nctts, crib.s.-'hiKh chaira, KnnUvf-t mattresses, toys. '• ' TilERAD3.OSJ.IOP ISO Gran'd-Sl. 1 .Walcrbury-. / . •• Merchandise TYPEWRITERS - ADDING -MACHINES Rose .t Morton, 1-\ Center St. • Watcrbuiy -1-9120 .SOI) Musical , JOII"N'S MUSIC SHOP Vn buy. Hell,' tw.hsuni;?., and repair .all kinds of instruments. I-ow- cst- prices in the city. 330-382 So. Main St., Watby.'Cenn.- 1 Animals J'oultr.v And KK BARRED ROCK CHICKENS ; , More Than. J-L-iir Grown First Come ^ Served "1!>3 JCIm Street .... , Phone .1101 CR.JIJ.S — CarriucfiM, ri:iy 'r«nn. I-jirgo.' selection of toys. Lowest .pricea in town! B'EiYGON 'KIDDIE CENTRE 73 GRAND ST.'Wtby. W:tnt Ails Have No Substitute lOd liuavy ITallc.rOKS Pullets. Apply Edward Eaumincr, Field street, Tel: 350I. 30- _L Horses BltOWJV ami Wliitii.f'into —WOMt- crn saddle horse. Call W.iter- bury 3-2077. ' Services EXCKLUSNT —Allcn'H Upholstering Studio, 1 Grand Street, Waterbury. Dla! 4-00-15. " • • -, • 39 Wanted To Rt:n<l<:r Service* KLKCTRICAr. nopal rlnK Service Appliance.*!" a specialty. Ray Decker, '102 N. Main St. Tel. -1000. ATI-KN-TION Meuin.iur Owner* —Repair**, KenuJne part* .• and •mrvicc. By bonded - EltotroluK Man. I. Nin-'cn, 3 T';ren« Av«. Telephone 4822. GKAIIOSKI'S Iludlo Impair Shop. Radio's- expertly repaired', 'moderate prices. 'Phone 0017. '. •10 Cleaning And NOTICE ' ' To our many customer.*!! ! !- !" Our plant rind store will be clou en from July 2 to July 10. 'In order thru customers may not be uis- jppointnd, pleo-sp brine .your dry cleaning in early. . '.• . KIEVMAN'S 70 Church Street UUZ SAWY'KR By ttOV CRANE Words Linen 1 Day Prepaid Charge • , 3 Days Prepaid Charge 6 Days Prepaid Charge 1 to 15 3 I .27 .30 .63 .90 | 1.08 . 1.47 16 to 20 .30 I ..8-1 1.20 1,4-1 21 to 25 TWO-Fuinlly house, nil Iniprovi- monl.s, extra Inrge lot. Apply -17 Highland avenue. Tel. 3C28. .•15 .00 | 1.05 3,50 1.80 , 2.iO 20 to 30 e I .72 | 1,20 1.80 2.16 2.88 31 to 35 ,63 .84 1.47 2.10 2:52. 36 to 40 .72 .96 | 1.08 2.40 2.8S. 3.84 41 to -15 8 I .81 1.08 1 1.89 2.70 3.24 4.32 Jil Wunted To Huy FIVE or (> room house with modern Improvements. Fairly new. Box N-O, care of News. luind For Sale Uiillclliii; lot, ViO by 100 feet oil Shirley street, two miles from Xaugtituck olT New Haven road. Price SIM. Call Waterbury -1-4551. 40 to CO 10 .00 1.20 3.00 3.60 4.80 01 to 55 11 .99 1.32 2,31 3.30 I 3.90 5.28 EG to 60 12 | 1.08 1.44 3.00 4.32 5.70" If paid within one week after insertion, advertisement will be considered us prepaid. • '• . • APPLY AT United States Employment. Service .123 Bank St. Waterbiiry, Conn. StiiblU-/.atlon Condition*) UNITED. STATES RUBBER CO. N.ui.Lr.fiti.ick Footwear Plan; NAUOATUCK . ' CONN. WOMAN—to do ilt-iinlnjf und dliit- IHK n few. hourjt a week. Good puy. Apply NaugaUick Dally News. Tel. 222S. S.U.KSI.ADIKS, II! to B4I. 1'iirt or (ull tinu;. Exci.'llont wages and woi-kini; conditions. Apply G. C. Murphy Co., Church street at Purlc Placo. i VVunU-d—Mi.le or! HI:I> WANTKD—HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS AND BOYS DURING VACATION"; ALSO/PART TIME MAN AND WOMAN. 'GOOD . PAY. V E K Y 'PLEASANT WORK. . KXPRRIKNTCE NOT •VKCKS.SA I'.Y. APPLY PET/OK J'AUL, I.VC. NEW HAVEN RD. PHONF, 220-1 BKAUT1FUI—Views, brook, Htute road. 15 acres. $2.750. E. C. Barber, Greycote, Woodbury. Tel. :E9 For Kent Wanted To Itent WANTED—lly small family, it cottage ' at : Dake "Quas'sapuug 1 ,cr Sundy Beach for the summer months and over Labor Day. Keferent-es. Telephone 5929. I''OUK or live rooniH wanted to rent by two adults. Address Box "J" In care of News otMce. . it To l.i'.t "PIN UP GIRL" LEAD N.OW AT THE LOEWS THEATER O.V >'KW HAVKN Hoiid, a -cozy 1 furnished itpartmciu for couple or two aduks. Apply 740 So. Main street, Tel, 2633. TWO-Knoni apartment, furnished, for light nousciiuepinB. Electricity, gust, hot water, air-conditioned. Call Watby. 3-9457. " T"Ol;'|{ IICH- rixunn for rent at -03 sti-eet. Inquire Katherlne .Sclimelinslci, 1C Shellleld Lane. Announcements 12 Annoiinc<!in<.'nU MONUMENTS Special prices on -All Memorial* N. RICHARDS 260 86. Main St. II J.nst And Found ,OST—Mondiiy tiftcrlioon,-111 Murphy's store, wallel containing sum of money In blll.s. Reward Alrx. Frank Ruela, 162 Maple street, or call 32.15. •As far as 10.000,0$) servicemen go — and millions more of .home front fans top-moral is a gal called Betty' 'Grable, Cerlainly no more 'indisputable reason, for-the above could be 1 put forth than thai which ' 20th Century-Fox presented .. yesterday at the • Loow -Poll theater- 'iii "Pin Up'Girl,-; .which stars Belly in as wonderful O 1 musical as these eyes hav.-j seen in many a moon. In brief, this beauty-ffiled song-crammed laugh- packed Technicolor extravaganza IH .heart-lifting entertainment at its peak; more welcome now than a Irunkload of red points. There la of course, more to "Pin Up Girl" than the nation's No. 1 pinup girl herself, singing, dancing und .being entrancing as only she can. There ar,e, too: Johni Harvey to give female hearts a "jeep" ride, dynamic Martha R a y e, teamed with hilarious Joe E. Browr.; roly- poly Eugene Pallctte; the breathtaking Skating Vanities and the Incredible Condos Brothers, and— •as if !hi.s wera not enough—music played by Charlie Spiyak with his "sweetest horn- this side of heaven," and his orchestra, as an extra bonus. In the film, Betty displays more than her famed conspicuous assets, revealing a truly Impressive ability In the handling of a unique dual role. By night, she Is her glittering, singing, dancing self as th.e queen of the pln- ups; by day she's a prim and prissy bespectacled stenographer in the hurly-burly of wartime Washington. But at all times she's La Grable ajid who could ask for anything more? The co-hit on this dazillng program .is "Candlelight in Algeria" with James Mason. VERONICA LAKE HEADS BILL AT GEM NEXT 2 DAYS PASTOK 111 US Thompson, July 8— (UF.)--Xhe Reverend Ludoyic T. Paradis—pus- tor of All Hallow*) church .at Moosup— i.s dead at the age of 138. Father Paradis di.ed ut the home'of hi.s aiMter In North GroBvenor.dale following an Illness. He was "ordained "18 years ago 'by the late Bishop John J. Niloin, He will bt buried Monday after a pontific-t. recjuiom Mans, celebrated by Eiah- op Maurice F. McAullffe.. Advance notices on Paramount'^ "The Hour .Before ;lhc Dawn,", are proving (hat one of the dramatic plums of t'he year fell Into the Inn of. exotic Veronica Lake -when-Bho. •signed 1 for. the .part 01 the uruci, dangerous w. onian "'^who defie? shame, love and death itself as an eneniy of.-England. '•- •• - "The Hour Before .the Dawn," which arrives Sunday'at Ui;> Gem' 'theater, has had audiences tense with t'he conflict of l.he evil of this, beautiful girl who attempts Lo destroy those who befriend and love her, it is said. Co-star Franchot Tone presents one of the striking characterizations of his career as a scion of one oC England's proudest fnm- iil'.es, who accepts humiliation and .disgrace rather than boar arms. from l,lit> bust-seller .by W, Som- ersot Maugham, this ".dramatic struggle between a ' cold - hearted .heroine and her lover, whom she hates .even as he pours out his love, •is. c-juiracierUtic of Maugham. Audiences have not forgotten! ' the' Vi- .ciousncss of Mildred in .his "Of Human Bondage" nor Ills hateful Leslie In "The Letter." ; ' '.; Including- in the cast such favorites as John Sutlon, Binru'c Barnes, Henry .Steplleuson, Philip Merivalu and Nils Asther, the film manifests the family, charm of .the ' English gentry and .the love of their homes und countryside. "The Girl -in l.hc Case," plays Sunday and Monday at the Gem thuator. featuring Edmund Lowe, Jani-s Carter, Robert Williams and Richard Male, this Columbia com- tdy-mystery i.s .concerned witli the adventures Lowe gots.inio l.hrouph .his hobby—the collection and study of locks, with special cphasis on how to pick them. W-lien a ,not-so-, playful playboy tries .to force Lowo to ..use his .Laleril.s on a'n .old. steel chest, the excitement and fun .follow In short order. Joseph Hoffman and Dorcas Cocliran .wrote.the screen pla.y for Producer Sam White. YOU STltl HAVEN'T TOID ME WHERE A GOING, POPS HALMAHERA, IN THE DUTCH EAST INDIES. POSSIBLY ONE OF THE NEXT STEPPING STONES TO THE PHItlpPINES. SMITH IS TO WAKE AN IMPORTANT CONTACT THERE WITH A FORMER OFFICER OF THE DUTCH DON'T LIT HIM KID YOU, SAWYER. I'M NONE OTHER THAN YOUR HUMtlf MSSCNGCQ,UEUTfNANT COMMANDER SMITH. OKAY, RW. t£T'» CO OVER'THMAST-MINUTE DETAJliS —AIROLOGY REPORTS, SHIP'S . POSITION/ETC. KTTA By PAUL ROBINSON HESBUVINT irONTME" 1 INSTALLMENT PLAM •WHEN LSETMIME. JEEPEI2S/I WAS A SAP porz OATIN' HER LISTEN ."THE SCATS AS aooo AS SOLO ABOUT" ADuANClN' ME COMMISSION.? OUI2QATE/-J TO LEMME HAVE THAT SKCRliT AGENT X9 By ROBERT STORM APPOINTMENT ANNOUNCED Boston, July 8—(UP)—The loader of the largest congregation In New England has been appointed lo the -faculty of Boston university's graduate school. Dr. Joshua Loth Licbman of tlie Temple .Jfl- racl In Boston will 'act an visiting professor in philosophy for the coming school term. mad* m« a belly gvnntr, Bock-aod non» <pf yowr .wiMcrcMlcsl" '_ ^ . For Victory Buy More War Bonds In The 5th War Loan!!! FOR FIRE VICTIMS Hartford, July 8— (U.-PJ— Hundreds of poundu of plusriia .were rushed to Hartfor.d from Nc.w York, Boston and other cities to- help save the lives of persons criti- .cally burned in the circus fli;e. Mercy planes made deliveries of the desperately needed sujiplies, .which were I m mod lately'dlspatcheil among the hospitals, where scores 'still are under • ;treatn\ent,'• Water for bathing rcnle.d at ; 25 cents a gallon'in sputhw.cst Af- i-ica. After it is used, It is reclaimed to water, plants. No Ration ,on Want Ad Results! "TWO GIRLS AND A SAILOR" NOW AT STRAND THEATER "Two Girls and a Sailor" holds over for another week at Loew's Strand. Here's a picture, with ni.usic, comedy and romance.' The stellar cast includes Van J.ohnsdh, Gloria DeHaven, June Allyson, Jimmy pnrante, Jose Iturbl, Lena Horn und. the muslc'of Harry James and Xavier Cugat and .their -famous musical aggregations. "The ' whole adds up to a good .musical, film. June and Gloria play a pair-'.of headline night-club entertainers born and brought up In the .theater. Jimmy' Duriinte' is cast :as a' nej|-yaudev,illijr.ii^and ,|the..,cole of 'a "handsome young 'sailor 'is taken ,by Van Johnsony The.Tr.o-• mancc between Van and -Gloria takes a serious Jturn befprjpUVan •realizes that it is.'.really • Juntf.jthat h : e loves. - : ' '" " .- '. . '~-.i>••;^".-^^y But 'that .isn't all, : for thcrei are songs JDy jimmy Durante, Lena Home "and " Virginia O'Brien, 'a' dance by Ben. Blue and piano playing by Itui-bi and his''Bistcr,..-Ani- paro Noyarro and the 're.riown«jj3 One Finger Piano Concerto • by"; of all people, Grade-Allen! ."---j;.,.. 11 ?' INSTEAD, TONJ6HT WE MOVC IN ON Mf. 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