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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

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Rent2^^r:-.-^th^ner' Cottage . . . Tel. Employment Employment Help Wi»nU'<l—Mnl» """HhJULBOV WANTJ'ID APPr.Y PERSONNEL OPFICK .ROOM 111 FJ/I'C)N HOTEL STABILIZATION PLAN SCREW MACHINE HELPERS •TOOL MAKERS DAY SHIFT STABILIZATION PLAN APPLY THOMASTON 'MPG. CO. THOMASTON, ,CONN. 2ii Help Wanted— Mnlu or Female .HOUSEMAN, APPLY PERSONNEL .OFFICE .ROOM 111 ELTON HOTEL .STABILIZATION PLAN Announcements ••Lout .And Found LOST—Monday .nftonioon. In Mur- •;.pliy.'s btoi'ii,. ,:.walui.jiuontainlng num of money ,ln bills. ..Reward. '-•',Mr». .•J«'rank'-'.Ruelai<-.'J62t' Maple :8lrcet| 6r-cull 32SB,V •~(:;;U..M." • BUNCH of ;ioy» ( , : ulluutonM)bUe Jtoya. Near .No,w.r;Dam • iSuhduy. .lie ward. •Telephone 3484.'..'•., • .For Sale Il<iu»i'i4 J''or .Sale Help ..Wuiitutl—Fcniulti WOMAN— to do.cleunlliK .uml.Ulwt- InK 11 few hours a week. Good Apply Niuitfatuck X)«ily Tel. 222S. • " ' • puy PART TTMK AVAfTKESS AVAXT.KD HOURS S P. M. TO 1 A. M. API-MA' HOSTESS -, KINGS KTTCHKN Kf.TON' HOTEL Wiiutcd—8 hour* i» j»y—tf cliL.v.i a week. wngCH ,$28.00. n wi-ok. City Lunch, 9 No. Main .l':OJ» SALK—Hurry! Hurry! Y»- cunt C .I'oom one ' family housi?, all improvements', 2 car gura^c, nice lot, rennonuble price. Locuted at C2 .Hotchkl.ss atrcut. PtUsy I^nbrioln, realtor, 172 High street. Phone 3-1 .IS or C83-I. ONK-KAMIKY, (i TUUIII IIOIIMC, 2- car.K'»raee, ,$4S>OQ.OO, Two-family house, Jllghliind avenue: two- family • 'hoiiio, Hoadley street: 0110-family house, Spring street. John JHealy, aiS Church street. Tel. 5031. N'KW S-HOOM ' cottuK)!, vucunt; also 5-ROOM bungalow with three quarters ucre land; ne,w :0-ROOM 2-famlly-house on West aide. A Shepley. Telephone 2.133. 12 , Announcement*, < I >prlce« on - All. M«morl»l» •IV. RICHARDS -300 go. U«ln Bt . Auto* For . DODGJi — -PLYMOWTH FOB SALK—Two fuinlly'liouiMvll rooms, 2 car garn^e and barn. All Improvcmcnls. Lot 8-1 x 3C5, At a sacrifice, Tel.-3-5-IG3, Bridgeport. • • . Salc.s Service Parts, AcccBSprleii Malcolm W. Starr . Cqi-p. , •ISK -Watertown Ave. -Dial 5-1146' li)4U StuUubuker ^eiliui,. .rwllo, lieut- p.r, igood .t.ires,, ]gpod ^condition. Price *800. Call or write Stanley Kielb, ^Huntor^s Hill, Naugatuck'. ' • ' .'••• -. ••' ••' : -' Automotive ' ; :':Autj»» • Wanted ^ '' \ :' ';AW i ; ^NY -j •'•:.--.Al". 492 SN.-. > .." 2211 Merchandise 28 1 '..'-JtlOUJiuliolil'.ArticlrjK Hamilton ..Bciiaon Vacuum Cleaner Ff.anois Fn'iiiiture Co." 449 NORTH. MAIN STRKET '.. .'.-. '-'-'Telephone 3000 20' ,,Wanted Xo Buy BANK Huf<) ,tle|)OHlt boxes wanted. . ; Hljj-he»t'".cash 1 -.prices.-paid- Wire • 'collect, wr.it'e'.or-phone- what you . .have 'tpjpffef. .J. E.- Mui'phey, Republic •''I0084/ '815 Yeatman Aye., • Wobster Groves 19, 'Mo." Contractors 22 ' 1'ulntlnir; ••'•.•'• PAPEIl. HANGING Fainting, TEACHERS STUDENTS HOUSEWIVES! ! FULL OR PART-T-IME WORK AVAILABLE Mtiki-ng Footwear Dt:rinu' Summer Months Experience Unnecessary APPLY AT United States Employment Service 1-23 Bank St. .— • .Waterbury,-Conn. Stabilization Conditions UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. Natigatuck Footwear Plant NAUGATUCK CONN. TWO-Ktunlly house, lull Iniproyo- menta, extra large lot. Apply 47' Highland avenue. Tel. 3C2S. Wnnted To Buy FIVE or (1 room houne with modern improvements. Fairly new. Box N-O, .cure of News. LJiml For Sale -USED v at new culling prlceu or -leas. PACKAED-WATER.BUKY, INC. •ISO .Watertown Ave. .Dlnl 4-S108 Phone 2228 to Start Newa Want. Ad Action. W. F, -Cota, ,17.,-Cedar Street. Tel. '-B456. - .,'...'.' ....'.'' Merchandise CALL ,8810— -It you Imve . .to ,s'e'll,.!srriKe.i' 'sewing machines, .Iblcyclea',..old ..furniture, rugs or junk. Right:..prices paid. " > C A S H' ' - :f ° 1 ' -Xpur MUSICAL . •,;;: ,. '•'- INSTRUMENTS. Mecca "Music Co. 203 Bank -I-H22 Merchandise MlHo!lIancollN A PPROX.T ^LATELY., 3 TO 4 ACRES OF - ST.ADDING;R,y;E for salr.'— in Prospect .. For 'further "details TTSL. 3-8G86—9 A. M.-fl .F. M. . WEEKDAYS • • DABY—Cur seaU, J'lay.pens, batlll- netts, cribs, high chairs, .Kantwet mattresses, toys. THE RADIO SHOP- .180.Grand St; . Wntcrbury' . LAT.B MODEL .-llobiirt. grocery: sl.oi-c ccalii • .and coffoe machino., Like new. Reasonable. .Tel. .3861.' •' 330 Cliff St. ' ....'... ';.,. : ONE STORE Jtcfrl(j<>ru(or, Nlloi;r and settles/ T, J.' MoiiUinibault,: . r i32 Norl.lv Mala .street, ..Union City. -Tel. 2083.:,'-; . - .- ' ... • •. CJIIBS — CurriaifCH, Play Fenw, Largo selection of toys. Lowest. prices in town.. . '.'•.- Merchandise Services;. .so Miscellaneous TYPEWRITERS Rose it .Morton, 7-1 Center St. ; .; . .Wutcrbury 4-9320 •• SOb Musical JOHN'S MUSIC SHOP We buy, well, <;xcli;uiir<-. uhtl repair; all. klnus of instruments. Lowest prices-In-the.city. 380-382 So.' .'..Main St., Watby, Conn. ; Animals Poultry And BARRED ROCK CHICKENS •More..Than .Half Grown . rFirst Come First Served • . ,a^3 Elm Street Phone 5151 -.- UUOJLKUS JTQja SALIC. Inaillr<? Maple Dairy, Union Cily. Tel. ..4-J79. • . . :w 3>rofenKlonnl Service* '•*. Allen's.' .'.Upholstering' studio, 1 Grand .Street, Waterbury... ; Dlal ' ' 3!* Wanlcd.Tb Render Scrvlcc«| BLECTJtlCAr. llrpalrlri* Servlo* "ApplianccB a specialty. ."R^y Decker, 402 N. Main St.-Tel. 4000. ATTKNTIOW V— Repair*. .|fcn uin<: service. By .bonded .Man. :I:;NIflHen. 3 Telephone 4822. parU' j»nd " Kleotrolux B* Av«. GUABOSKJ'S Jfcullo Repair Shop. ^Radio's ..expertly repaired,, mod- orate prices. 'Phone 5C17. '.'.'.'. 40 Cleaning And JtlKVMAN'S Great Dry Cleaning Kirm, .offers'.its first class'. 1 .di-y cleaning not only in family 'gar- ments,-bul.blankets, rvxx and other specialties in-, this field. '-" . KIEYMAN'S 76 Church Street. •'; 28 HoiIHGllpId Articles SPECIAL Bl ' in tf Jn .y° m ' . .uremtjnts and we will, cover your floor ' w,lth .llncjleunv within 'two .dayfl. ' , ; j | .•3ostoji Kiu'nitnre -Co. ' 188 Sr>. Main-St. .Wtby. Tel. '4-0137' RATES ARE SMALL; RESULTS ——- ARE LARGE r— Clarified Ad Raton • lot, 120 by .100 -foot on Shirley «treet, two .miles from Nautfatuck off New'Haven road. Price $150. Cull Waterbury 4-4051. Words Line-* 1 .Day 3 .Daya C .Days: .Prepaid -Charge Prtpal'd '.Charge .Prepaid .Qharge. For Rent nouin.s To I<<'iit SIX KOOM IIOUMO, flvt- fnrnlshe.1. Bristol Terrace. Couple without children. Tel. 2721 Naup. TWO rooiii.s, one double, one single. Apply 17 Cedar street. Tel. .5455. T\VO UOOMS. fiirnlNlied for couple. Apply 69 Johnson slroet. Til ft !•;£•; HOOftJS its iipitrtment or individuals. , Steam .lifc^t'. Single por.ions profnt-red; HotcV.klria St. Call.5338. • ' ' ' • • I l)n .CuruK« For Ht'nt G.A11AGK, IMI Mvndow St., rear. Inquire Ralph S.-Pasho, care of Gem Theater, or Walter A. Nor- wash, cnro of Norwash Shoe Store, ' . Announcements •I Help \Vuntcd—Fvinule CASHIKE WANTED EVENINGS APPLY PERSONNEL OFFICE ROOM 111 ELTO.Y HOTEL STABILIZATION PLAN Xit Ilttlp U'ant.'d—Mule or Feinule NTGI-.IT CLI']RK MAJ.E or F KM ALE 11 V. M. .TO 7 A. M. APPLY.PER- SONNEL OFFtCTC, ROOM 111. HOTKL KLTON • STAELIZATION PLAN 1IKL1* WANTKD—HIGH SCHOOL GfRLS A.VO BOYSi DURING VACATION; ALSO PART TIME • MAN AND WOMAN. GOOD PAY. VERY PLKASANT' WORK. EXPfORIENCE NOT NECESSARY. APPLY PETER PAUL, INC. NEW HAVKN RD. 1 PHONIC 2204. Lout And Found HAVING LOST my (fan rut Ion: book "A" l.ssiied me by the local; rationing board, I hereby file' application for a new one. : ' EARL DOUTY. ', KKD COCKER S P A N I K f. — ] l' to 15 3 10 to 20 4 21 to 25 5 2(3 to 30 G 31 .to 35 7 30 to 40 8 .43 to 45 9 .46 to 50 10 .27 .30 .3G ; .48 .45 .60 .54 .72 .03 .84 , ,.72 . .96 ;.81 1.08 •, • .90 1.20 . .03 ,90 | .84 . -1.20 .] 1.135 ,1,50 I 1.26 1.80 | 1,47 -2.10 ,| ,1.68 2:^0 | 1.89 2.70 | 2.10 .3.00 ,| 1.08 .1.47 ,;• .1.44 '.11B2 : 1.80 . j2,4.0 2.16 2.8'8 .; 2.52 .3.36 2.88 .3.84 3.24 4.32 - 3,60 ,4.8.0 Si to-55 11 .'I .99 1.32 2.31 3,30 '3.96 5.28 56 to CO' .1.08. .1.44 '.\ 2.52 3.CO ,4.32 5.76 Jf pairl within on'e'-week after- Insertion, advertisement will be • . . " • considered as prepaid. ; On TOe Air Today 4:00 p. m. WABC — .Broadway Matinee WOR — Nows; Gambling .Ram- WEAF-WTIC— Backstage- Wife WATR-WJZ— Ethel arid Albert 4:13 p. in. WABC— Home Front Matinee WEAF— Stella Dallas W-AvL'K-WJZ — Don Norman Show WOR — Rambling .wilh G-amblingr 4:30 p. n>. WABC— Of f .the '..Record "LUCKY." — CALL 5808, RE-'I WOK—Fu'.l Speed Ahead WARD. . ' .-. . WATR-WJZ-rNews 4:45 p. ,ni. LOST— Runic Uook No, snsJl on Nauffatiick Savinga Bank has been' lo.st. Any person having claim.-) on said book Is called upon to present the same to the bank within -two niontha .or .the Name book will be declared' cancelled and" .extinguished, and ,a new one issued In lieu thereof. Dated at Naugatuck, -Conn., Juno 15, 1944 . June 29, 1944, July 13, 194.4: WJZ-WATR— Blue Corraspondents WABC— Ray Scott Show WEAF-WTIC— Widde'r .-Brown WABC- 5:00 p. .in. -Furi with Dunn WAR BONDS PRIVATE BUCK WEAF-WTIC—When, a .Girl ; Mar- WOR—Uncle Don ' WJ^WATR—Terry ,und Pirates , 5;J.5 p. m. WEAF-W.TIC—lx>ye and .Lcarn WJZ—Dick Tracy WpR-^ChlcJi "Carter WATR—Melody,.Reyiew . - . 0:30 p.''in. WEAF-WTIC—Plain .Bill WJZ—Jack Armstrong WABC—Navy Music .'.School WOR—Toan .Mlx'.Sho.w ' WATR—Jack Armstrong- C:45 p. .nil WABC—WlideriiifiS. Ro,ad • WEAF-WT.IC—F.ront Page .Farr.ell WJZ—Sea Hound WATR-WOR—S uperman ",0;WB ,p. in. WJZ—News;' Talk ' WQR—Prayer; News WEAF—Jack Arthur \VAT R-W TIC-.W EAF—Ne.w» 0:10 p. .ro. WTIC—News ' " WATR—Music .for .Dining WEAF—Serenade .to America WJZ—Hop Harridan WABC—Ted H.iiyiriK WOR—Newsreel • " .6:30 p. III. WOR—Ne.ws •' i\/'0onft know.whot b«<amo of my r«9im«nf, Sir. Wf wtr« .. ''••'''• en a hik« and th«y oil «««m to hav* b*com« " !—;Paul jBaron Orch. WATR^Nevvs; Serenade WEAF—Serenade; J3I1I'.Stern WJZ—Whose ,War.? .'J.i'i'SraiUi WTIC—Strictly Sports . ' : ,«:45 .p'.'-.iii. WOR—Stan Lom'ax, Sport* WABC—-World-.Toda^y" VfJZ— Ncwa ' ' ''-•''• WEAF—Music -You Want 7:00 p. in. WEAF-WTIC—Music Shop WABC—I Love a Mystery WOR—Nejvs . ' WATR-W.JZr—Musical .-Mysteries ' . • --7:15. .p;-.;m'.-V -WOR—Victory Is Our Businesa - WABC—Passing Parade' '. .WEAF-W ; TIC—News ol" the World! 7:30 ,p. -W .yVOR—Confidt«n.t(ally -Yours • ,WABC—Mr. Kecne ,VVATR—It's Murder i WJZ—Diane "arid" Jasters iWTIC-WEAF-rCharllo'Xhan 7:45 p, in. ; WOR—Answer Man • .W.E-AF—News; Mclntlre Orch, WATR-WJZ—Chester Bowles «:OO.R. m. WEAF-W.T.IC—Those We Love WABC—Suapense " ' • " ' ' : WJ2-WATR—Watch the World Go By WOR—News ' ...... • . ' 8:15 p. m. WATR-WJZ—L-um 'n' Abn'er ' . WOR—Nick Cai-ler 8: SO p. ni. WOR—Quiz Sho.w ----• . WABC—Death Valley Days WATR-WJZ—Town -Meeting WEAF—Aldricli Family 8:00 p. jn. WABC—MaJ. .Bowes allow 9:16 p. m. WOR—Screen. Test »:»0 p, mi WABC—Dinah Shore -Show WEAF—Dr. I. Q. WTIC—Village-Store WATR-WJZ—Spollight. on Jamos WOR—Starlight -Sc.-ci:adc , ' 40:00 p. .m. WABC—Front Line-, . . .'.-.r^ ^WEAF-WTIC—:H'arry> Savoy Show .WJZ-AVAT.R-wbR—Newa..;' : -/. WOR—Tl-ny .Ruffuner ' :';" WATR—P a P- cin S .Discs; .New,* .-'. . WJ'Z—News' '•-•"•" .10:30 .p. -in. WABC—Here's ,to Romancu WA,TR—Joe.E. Brown.SJjow ,.;,.• WOR—Symphonelte . . .••••-. WEAF-WT1C—March p'f '•) rv ~ ALL Stal.io-r.ci—News 11: IS p. m. '.; WJZ—Kay Armen; J. Smith WABC—Bpb .Strong. prcll. V ' F—Ne.wa . - ( . ' .l^W.p. ,111. ..•-••>' WABC—-Viva .Amerlc.a!'. ; r i, : WJZ- WATR—Treasury " Sliowf' News , WOR—Xavier .Cugrnt ',12.00 —'Sign Off Fields .Rccorda WABC—yl^ewa; Dorsey..\Orch. WEAF-rNe",wa; -Roy :alilu Id. Co.' VVOR—McGrane, ; Herth,Qr,chs. : W:SO-.a.- in. : •'• ',-.. W-TIC—Design;-News- '''' ' WOR—HifdSon, Strong -Orchs. WJZ—Lucas p.rch; S,hp.w,c,a3fi .,. ,WABC—Toinmy ..Tucft'ef.ip'rcli'/ ''.'.'.TOO rLawrence, --Mass. •(-U-P.i .LawJ-enceoTrlbunc .Kugneati that a. German Paul Revere will have to take a long breath and shout, 'iijhc .Bi:i{i»h/ Yanlfs, Russians,! ffrench, Ausales, .Cahadjans, dians rDutch, -Poles, ..BelBiana, Senegalese and Serbs are coming!" .:•.-' 700 :JAKS '•• KILLED : 'Pearl 1-Iar.bor, July 13—(UP)— The Japs are'still continuing's^por- 1 " ,adlc reslAtaiice on '.Sajpan -island,' Admiral .JWrnitz ..says ,pn.e--Marine, i-egl.rnent JdHcd some 700 enemy, .troops-Monday. - ... '_:....'.• Two-thirds' of Ireland's' people" live under rural conditions. ' : ; 'News Want Ads Arc Known for Millions Depend 73 GKAND. ST. Wtby. Ada— You Can ; -Too/. By. ROY CRANK BUZ SAWYER TOT, ARE YOU SURE YOU AREN'T ..WORRYING / ABOUT ..BUZ SAWYER / irs. ONLY AGAIN-? ,^_—A. THE ;HEAT OF ALL THINGS.—TAKIMG A BATH AT FOUR O'CLOCK IN THE MORNING. ,,, IT WAS !i >' HOT,MOTHER. ,t COUIDK'T SIEEP. LIGHT.ON: AT IIS HOME—AND HISMOTHHtAUWYS StEMSTO mow SPRINGS; U.S. A ETTA KETT. . LISTEM7OHIM FOUEON1 MUSH \NHAT HAPPENED^ NOW LOOK: WHAT . , .AN-.EIEFULLOFJ; . .XAT.MOON." OFF ETTA AND VNATCH • W HB2E X5UJ RAN A G) ROUND By JIOBKRT STOBH SECRET AGENT X8 ... A NOTE ! WRAPPED AROUND -A COM THE BOTTOM THE CUP.' BAD. HE. DECIPED .TO INSTEAD OF — HEY, WHAT IN 6PREAD IN MY BREAD! . ON THE JAVA -IT'S OVER YESTERDAY. UARJfKY GOOGLK 'ANI> StiUVTY. SMITH BlttY DK BECK DRETFUUS TO LGETLE WERBERT ,B.v WIJJ-IvVM JHTT u«d CnAUCNCK " • ^ -j. COMING. DOWN-' BKICK .BRADFORD .BRICK'S FOUR FRIENDS.IN DRATDA'5-FOUL •'CELL W*. HAVE. .LOST AIL HOPE fOF.RESCUE,- -ONLY THEIR H.QT'^E.'.AT '' THEIR.CRUEL-. ' .OPPRESSOR • KEEPS THEM : FROM OKPAIR: I.'M.AFRAID WE'RE WASHED ', UP, JUNE-THEY-MUST ' HAVE CAU6MT BRICK THEM WHY .HASN'T HE -, BEEN BROUGHT ML'GGS. AND S.KEISTEIl BUT IT'S UNETHICAL- ITS ' MANUIKE... SHUX,'.'AH'LL ONLY POST Off. MIS. CLOTHES-.? ...B'SlDESrAHVE : BETTER APK-ANGE -XViP OU CATCHER ' TO Tl P " SLUSSSR'fi "8AT EVVTIME HE.SWJNSfi TMET WAV.'! AH GUESS IT HAIN'T 'RIGHT THANS

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