Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on July 14, 1944 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, July 14, 1944
Page 7
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**, JULY 14, 1944 NAUGATUOK DAILY NEWS P«ire Seven WANT ADS-- » • "•• -^.-^ . ^ -•- .4. -m. m,..^\K**J WAR BOND Employment Wuntt'il—Mule ,MAC!-TZNK HKLL'ERS MAKP1RS DAY SHIFT STABILIZATION PLAN APPLY ASTON" SIPG. CO. THOMASTON, CONN. For Sale For Sulu X-KOOM c.ottniti!, vitcun ulao 5-ROOM bungulow wit throe quarters . acre luiul; ne 10-ROOM 2-fmnlly houso on Won Hide. A Slit-ploy, Telephone 2-13: u0y or KUIvrl.v "»«i working In warden. time. ,-ry, ' wny. U'ny.iids Part Farm ixnd itvtl In r full Nur.s- hitfti- PART TT.MT: f*— Fmlflhln >f dcpt " Good xperience unnecessary. K IS DON' MFG. CO. 2100 SO. MAIN ST. WATERBURY j Help Wanted — Frnmlo H'OMAN — to i\u cliMmlnir and (lu.xl- In J' l' !Vf hour.* a wools. Good Apply Nau^ntuck Daily Tel. 2228. KOK »\LK —Two funilly hoime, 1 rooms, a car Kuriipo nnd barn , All ImiJi'Ovemont.s. I^ot 84 x 1C5 AtUMicriricb.' Tol, .3-5103, Bridge port. TWO-Vainlly IIOUMC, ull Improvements, extra larj;e lot. Apply Highland avenue. 'Tel. 302S. U'ltntcd To liny VIVK or II room hoime with mod- irrn Improvumonts. Fairly new Box N-O, caro of News. Ijtnd Fur Salu lut, 120 liy 1(M) fret on Shirley .street, two miles from Nuuyutuck off New Huven road. Price $150. Call Wutcrbury .1-1501. B iy KitlTKKSS \Vui>tt>il—H hours n jny-ti days n wt-clt, wntfesi $28.00 tt week. City I>unch, 0 No. Main TU'O Biill.linfr iMt* In for .sale. Phone Naujj, For Rent "u Wanted To Rent TEACHERS STUDENTS HOUSEWIVES! ! FULL OR PART-TIME WORK AVAILABLE •Making Footwear During Summer Mouths Experience Unnecessary FOUK or llv« rooms wunUtl to rent by two rululUi. Address Box "J" In care of News. HOOIIIH Tu Knit TWO rooujH, one tlouhle, one single. Apply 17 Cedar street. Tel. 5-155. TWO pie. UOOMS, furnJMlit'd for cou- Apply 69 Johnson .street. TIIHHE KOOMS UN upurtmcnt or inclivlcluaLs. Steam hra-l. Single Call 533S. preferred, Hotchkias St. ' Announcements I.o»t And Found LOST—Monday uftornoon,"!" Mur pliy's store, wullcl' si'in of r money,. In ,bjlla! Reward Mrx. FruY>1t"'Ruela, ' 1J32 .street, or call 3255. • 'Maple BUNCH of ki-yu, uU uutoiu'otille keys. Near' Now Dam Sunday. Heward. Telephone 3484. 12 BiiNln<!N« AniiounoementB MONUMOKNT8 Special price* on All.- Meinorlhl* IV. RICHARDS 280 So. Main 8t, Nauyatuck Automotive 14 Autos For Sale DODGE — PLYMOUTH AUTHORIZED . inlcs Service Parts, Accesaorleg ^[alcolm W. Starr Corp. 88 Watortown Avo. Dial 5-1148 Automotive 14 AutoM For Snle '••.-. 'USED-CARS .;•'•-• nt new celling, prices or IOHB. PACKABD-WATERBTIRY, .' '• INC.- • 480 Watertown Ave. Dial 4-0109 Autoy Wanted 940 Stiidoboker Sedan, nwlio, huut- e-r, good tires, good condition. Price $800. Cull or 'write'Stan- Icy Kiclb, Hunter's Hill, tuck. , . Ceiling Pric.e For Your Car ANY MODfeL; ANY MAKE FREE INC. ;' ••••••, s 4»2 N. MAJN ST. NAUG.- 22U Merchandise Wanted To Buy BANK mifc Jeposlt boxen u an ted. Highest cosh pric'eB- paid. Wire collect, write .oiv-plidnu' whut- you. huve -to offciv J.I--E. Murphey, Re;public -,(i08V 815 ; ' Yeatman Ave-i r-Groves 19,''Mo. ••' 2810—If you have tuiytlilnff to sell. Singer sewing- machines, . bicycles, old' furniture, rat's or I Junk. Right''prices paid. Merchandise LATE MODIsr, IfolKirl prroc<!r.v slore aoalc :tnd coffee machine. T,.i)co new. Reasonable.- Tel. S8G1. •VJ'SO Ciiff St. : " .ONE- STOHE RofrlKerator; Klici:r - ,a.nd scales: T. J. Mont'imbault, 532 Nurl.h Mai'ii. .street'," Union City.- Tel. 20S3. Animals Services Jronltry An«l E BARRED ROCK CHICKENS' More Than Jialf Grown First Come First Served ' 1S3 Elm Street Phone 5:01 UKOILKKS FOR SAI.1C. Inquire Maple Dairy, Union City. Tel •1479. C A S''H ' 1 ' 01 ' Yo "' r MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Mecca Music Co. 203.-Bank .1-1422 Miscellaneous AP P.R OX Bl AT E LY 3 TO 4 ACRKS OF STANDING RYE for sain'"— in Prospect •'-. For. 'further -details . 3-8fi8C—0 A. M.-C P.' M. ..' WEEKDAYS '• CRIBS — Carriages, Play FeriN, Large selection or toys.. Lowest prices in town. • BEACON KI ° D IE CENTRE 73 GRAND ST. Wlby, TYPEWRITERS ADDING •••••• ' MACHINES . Rose '.t Morton, 7-1 Center St. Waterbury -1-9:20 Musical Services ProfCNKional ScrvlcCH .TOJJN'S MUSIC SHOP Wa buy; KI;||, uxc.hnnifo, .-mil rr-p:Ur all 1 kinds of instruments. .Lowest, pi-ices in the city, 380-382 So. Main St., Withy, Conn. Solve Your COAL PROBLEM Now Jn.statl an Automatic Co.')) Stoker using non-restricted low cost stoker coal. Do not delay, ask Tor Free heating survey. Wo have new stokers on hand ready to install, also ] one used stoker. WATERBUH.Y AUTOMATIC COAL BURNER CO. r,SG S. Main St. Wtby. Phone -1-G770 .38 7rof<-HKlim:il EXCEM-KNT KK-CI'IIOI-STKHY —AJlen's'-Upliolstcrlng Studio, 1 Grand Street; W.atcrbury. 1-00*5. ••• • " -'. . 33 Wanted To Render Service*.--' KI-ECTKICAT. Repairing Servtc* Appliances . a. • specialty. Ray Decker, 402 N. Main.St. T.el. 4JK». ATTENTION OwMra —Repair*, genuine parla- and service. By bonded Electrolux Man. I. .NiBxen. 3 T-,rc*» Xy«. Telephone 4822. '.'; GRABOSKI'S Radio Repair Radio's expertly repaired, moderate prices. 'Phone 5617. One of today's News Want Ads may offer for sai.i some article which you need but have found hnrd to buy. 40' Cleaning Anil Dyi-lnff KTEVMAN'S Great Dry Cleaning Firm, offers its first class dry cleaning not 07i)y in family gkr- inenLs, but blankets/ nigs and o'tli- cr specialties in this field. '' KTEVMAN'S.. '*. 7G Church Street Ithi j- or Kent GARAGE, ISl Mouclow St., rear. Inquire Ralph S. Pnsho, care of Gum Theater or Walter A. Noi'-, care of Norwash Shoo Store. APPLY AT United States Employment Service VI?, Bank St. Waterlmry, Conn. Stabilization Conditions UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. X/iugatuck Foohvcar Plant Announcements NOtlCCH NAl'GATUCK CONN. !!a llrlp Wanted—Mult; or I'Vmtilo JIKI.I- WANTKJJ—If Kill SCHOOL I GIRLS AND BOYS DURING VACATION; ALSO PART TIME MAN AND WOMAN. GOOD PAY, VERY PLEASANT WORK. EXPERIENCE NOT NKCKSSARY. APPLY PETER PAUL. TXC. NEW HAVEN RD. PHONE 220-1. For Sale ]-'or FOR SAI.K—Hurry.' Hurry! V»- cimt t; room one family house, all Improvements, 2 cur f^ai-ace, nice lot, reiitfonnble price. Located nt r,2 [foichkls.1 street. Putsy Lubrlcila, realtor, 172 High street. Phonn 3-158 or 5834. District of Nfuig-atuclc, .st<. Pro- bale Com-:, July 12, A. D. 1944. Entitle of Jennie S. Hotchkiss aka Jennie Hotchklss aka Jennie Schot'ieti! HotchkUs, late of Nuu- g£ituck, in siild District, deceased. Upon the application of Ida. M. Motchkiss, praying that an inslru- ment in writlnfr purporting to bi; tho last will and testament of said deceased muy be proved, approved, allowed nnd admitted to probate, as per application/ on flic more fully appears, it l« ORDERED— That said application be heard and determined ut- the- Probate Office -in Naujratuck, In said District, on the 19,1 h day of July, A. D, 1944, at 11:30 o'clock In the forftnoon and that notice bo given of the pendency of said application, and the time nnd place of hearing .thereon, by publishing the sjimu once in some newspaper hiivlr.g a circulation ir.i said Dia- trict, and by posting a copy thereof on the public sign-post in ulie town of Naugatuck, In said District, and by sending, postage pro- paid, a like to each of the known heirs -residing outside this District, and to T.homasi Neary at 203 Church Street, NaugUiLuck, Conn., as attorn-ey for Edward B. Motehkiss of the U. S. Army, at least three days before said day assigned. STEPHEN J, SWEENEY, Judge. Tel. 4-2762 for a LOAN (Ask for Mr. W«U) These ore busy days ... If you havo UMC for CASH- to meet seasonal needs: Fuel, Clothings,, Emergencie.3, you will find,.,the .telephone, a great tlme-aaver. A loan of $100 coats $19.20 when repaid In 12 equal principal., consecutive monthly installments, PHONE '"*'" 4 " 27 - 62 Contractors I'ulntlnir PAPER HANGING W. F. Cota, 17 Tel. 545i. and Cedar. Suite 220 Brown Now of all times don't store un- nc-iKled things that will be useful to others. Sell them through News Want Ada. : Merchandise Hpuuehold Artlcluii SPECIAL .. Bl ' lri K I" y" 1 '": meas - uremcnts. and we will cover your floor with linoleum within two days. Boston Furniture Co. 188. Sn. Main St. Wtby. Tel. 4-0137 Hamilton FOR SALE! ! . ABC Washer Easy Washer. Beacon Vacuum Electric Iron Francis Furniture Co. 449 NORTH MAIN STRF.ET Telephone 3000 BABY—Car scvatH, Play, peon, bathl- netts, crib's, high chairs, Kantwet mattrcHscs, toys. THE RADIO SHOP ISO Grand St. Waterbury RATES ARE SMALL; RESULTS -ARE LARGE Ad Hale» Words 1 Day Prepaid Charge- 3 Dnys Prepaid Charge: 6-r.Days—'- Prepaid Charge 1 to 15 3 1C to 20 4 21 to 25 5 26 to 30 C 31 to 35 7 3f5 to 40 8 41 to -15 9 40 to 50 10 5.1 to 55 11 .27 .30 | .36 .48 | '.45 .CO | .54 .72 | .03 .84 | .72 .DO | .81 1.08 | .90 1.20 | .99 1.32 | .63 .84 1,05 1,26 1.47 1.G8 1.89 2.10 2.31 .00 | 1.20 | 1.50 | 1.80 | 2.10 | 2,40 | 2.70 i 3.00 I 3.30 ! .1.08 1.44 1.80 2.16 2.52 2.88 3.24 3.CO 3.9G 1.47 1.92 2.40 2.S8 3.36 3.S4 4.32 4. SO 5.28 5G to CO 12 I 1.08 1.44 I 2.52 3.00 | -1.32 If paid within one week uller Insertion, advertisement will considered as prepaid. 11 Lost And Found I D.VR-J-'AMII.V, tt room IIOIIHO, 2- cnr t;nriiK«, $-1900.00. Two-family h o ii « i\ ;tli>rhltintl iivcnue; two- fiimily -lifxiMe. Hoadley Htrcct: onti-fumily, Spring street. John J-{«!ily, US Church street. TI>|. 503i, Results Prove rc Ef.'ick-nt. News Want 'Ada KKD COCKKJl S !• A N I E I- — "LUCKY" — CALL, 5803. REWARD. PAIK of white Imliy .shoos lout Thur.Mdny on Church street. Re- wu:-d. Return to 54 Golden Hill Street. Tel. 2-181. On The Air Today KKY CASE In zipper lolder, lont iMonduy ni.ght between Fuller and Kill streets. Marker GD-417 on tag. Finder .please call 274C. PRIVATE BUCK *' l'k« civilian lif« better. Thty !•» you oof In th* covrt- yo/di mora off«nl" 4:00 p. in. WAEC—Broadway Matinee WJZ-WATR—Ethel oirvl Albert WEAF—Buckauigo Wif.e WOR—Gambling-; Rambling 4:IS p. in. WABC—Matinee; Newa WJZ—True Story, Forum WATR—Don Norman Show WTIC—Stella Dallas •1:30 p. 111. WATR-WJZ—News WOR—Remembrance Music WABC—Off the Record 4:45 p. m. WJZ-WATR—To be announced WEAF-WT1C—Widdur Brown WABC—Raymond'Scott Show • 5:00 p. mi ' WEAF-WT'IC— When a'Girl Mar ries WJZ—Hop Harrigan WOR—Uuilcle Don WABC—Pun- with Dunn WATR—Terry and Pirates n:tn 'p. m. W3AF-W-TIC—Love : and Learn ' WJK^Dick Tracy WATR—Melody Revue WOR—Chick Carter 8:30 p. m. WABC—Murphy Sinters • WEAF-WTIC—Plaln Bill WJZ—Jack Armstrong WOR—Tom Mix- Show- WATR—News 5:45 p. m.' WABC—Wilderness Road WEAF-WTIC—Front Page- Farroll WJZ—Sen Hound WATR-WOR—Superman e-.m p. m. ALL Stations—^News . U:1S p. m, WABC—Lyirtn'Murray Orch.; Chor' u» WATH—Symphony Serenade . WTOIC—Victory is Our Business ; WJZ—Hop' H,ar-rigan \VOR—Newo; Inside Bollywood WBAF—Serenade to America U:30 p. m. . WOR—News WTIC—Strictly Sports WEAF—Serenade; Sports TVJZ—Whose Wai-? Sports WATR—Pleasure, and Profit li:4i> p. in, WABC— World Today - ;;r WOR — Stun Lorn ax .--!:•'. WTIC-W-EAF— Lowell Thomas 7:00 p. m. WABC — I Love a Mystery ..'• WATR-WJZ— Noro Wolfe WEAF-WTIC— Music Shop •-.'': '.•'.7:10 p. m. . ' ! WOR — Answer Man WABC— We Who Dream WEAF-WTIC— News of the World 7:81* p. in. : - ;. ; WOR— Keep Ahead "'"'•..' WATR — Phone' Your Aihswer WE-A'F— Roth Orch. and Chorus WJZ — Lone Ranger .'- WT1C— Quiz of Two Cltiea^' WABC — Friday on Broadway 7:45 |>. m. . WATR — Red Cross Program WEAF— News .. 8:00 p. m. WAEC— Charley Ruggles Show WJ2-WATR— Watch World Go By WOR— News . ' . , . • VyKAF-WTIC— -Cities' Service. Con cert . ' / K:15 p. in. WOR— Nick Carter WATR-WJZ— Parker Family 8- 30., p. m. WTIC 7 W,EAF~T.hi|n Man, WOR — Freedom of Opportunity- WATR-WJZ— Navy. Program . W-ABC— Service'ho Front . ' 9:00. p. in. WABC — Pays to ba Ifjnora'nt . WEAF-WTIC— Walt/.. Time; Frank M.u,'rm WATR-WJZ— Gang Busters WOR — Gabriel Hi-alter- '' B:1S p.. m. WOR — Screen Te*J. " . 9:30 p. m. WEAF-WTJC— People ' Are . Funmy WABC — Brewster Boy i; ; WATR-WJZ— Spotlig-ht on Long ouble or Nothing ,- .... 10:00 p. rn.' ' ' " ' WEAF-WTIC— Boston Elackio • A'ABC — Moore-Duran-te Show A'OR— Norrnan Thomas, talk 10:80 p. in. • >VABC— Stage Door Canteen WEAF-WTIC— Sports Reel WATR— News; Foster Orch. . . :-2 PORCH SCREENS—7 feet - Excellent condition. Only ' used. Tel.' 382, r >. Lcl. News W.unt find lost articles. BUZ SAWYER ROY CRANB WHY, TOT \ t SAW YOUR LIGHT ON X MV DEAR. I'M WINTER.'COME UAST NIGHT. IS ANYTHING I GOING TO STOP RIGHT IN-YOU'ltt WRONG— I MEAN, ABOUT /WORRYING COM- YVEU, I'M CURCl). LAST NIGHT I HAD A THAT BUZ WAS MAKING A CANCEROUS TRP IN.— OF All THINGS A JAMNESi PIANI; HAVE YOU EVER HEARD ANYTHING SO CIDICUIOUS? JUST IN TIME /• FOR A COP / OF COFFEE./ PLETELY. YOU KNOW-HOW I'VE ALWAYS (KIEVED IN WOMAN'S INTUITION ? PACK. ROBINSON 'ifl iiTuDOk:,FELLAHS/ -' -- -.- C LOOIC'THE. WATERS DEEP-IFENOUGH OF VOU FELLAHS JUMPSO lH! SANDBAR-WE'LLHAVE TO WAIT 1=0(2 HlGHTlD I.-.7C CUT Our THE FIGHTING.' NAIE'VE f2UM A3ROUND.*' DO SOMETHING m ANV IDEAS ? NOW ILL GET YOU SECK12T AGENT X9 &amsssmi*%%®5fow By HOBERT STORlk S£EA\5 TO B£ A GUAKO OUTSIDE...ive Gar TO SET TrIAT SUV AND I /MOVING CAUTIOUSLY, THE REACHES ONE OF 7(JE AG5NT ASSIGNED TO CHECK ON ROXY'S /MOVEMENTS, MER TO BLUE-JAW'S RETREAT.,., BARNEY GOOGLE AND SXl'FFV SMIT1I- By BIIXVUE BECK Tv4G (\\EDlClNE-rAaN, CUIEF. ONE OF GOT i ".^T"i^7liTKi"i; r.jl,t,r-i .^nji.j-c, W. \V'o;IJ ly;'^* p-^fvcj Uy UIM.IAM RITT and CLARKNCK GRAC blSTRlBUTE THE 'WEAPONS.' WHAT'S THIS, A GAG ? AND SKEJ2TER: v,' ...I'D LIKE TO 'MEI.P YOU OUT ; BUT TIB- ING THE BAT ' IS DISMONEST.'- i DARE YEW INCINMERATE • L - AH'P PO ENY,THANS.DlSHGNEST1! AH- MEVA GOOD WIMD TO TURN' "C /HOLD YEW INSIDE OUT... ) (. ON, NAOW, LETS HEAR IT ONCE'MORE' VVHwJT'S VORE OPINION' BAT-TIPPlM'? WHY, YEW ' LEETLE'SAWE^ OPP RUNT EFPIE'S-IDEA 15 TOR YOU TO TIP J 'SLUGGER" MITCHELL'S BAT EVERV- TIME ME'SW/SJGS ' ' ATTME BALL'" j~~i WHEN GETS AN IDEA, IT'S 'A BE4UT

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