Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on July 17, 1944 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Monday, July 17, 1944
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• i !• \ k lix 1C. MONDAY, JULY. 17, 1944 NAUQATUCK DAII/TNEWS PtffT 8«V»B Because People Can't Buy New ItemsptheT Serlk The "Used" In The Want '*.*> Employment Help U'«nti % «l—Miilo JJj7v or Klilcrly man lnlv-r«'.»U'<l In working in garden. Part or Cull time. \Vnysido .farm and NIICJI- ,,,-y, .NnugnUick-VVatcrbury highway. Olili"«t, liiTKrM. Cuiiliwiiiy of kliul oolleiuion and adjustment! ninri for ihls territory. For man qiuUitU'il a* permanent roprcsen- tntiv. $70.00 weekly guaranteed pin* bonus". Eastern rirnrcsentu- tlvr ti>tfnln you. Write fully letlor. Age ™ barrier if able tu nitvt public. Write I^'irry Lawrence, Sales Manager, Transportation Kklg., Chicago. For Sale Houses Fur Sale TOR— Two finnlly huimc, 11 ivomy, '2. cur garage and burn. All improvements. Lot S'l x 1GS. At ti sacrifice. Tel. 3-!5-163, Bridgeport. OMM'AMII.Y. <1 room 2- rsn- r:nrri<t'>. M900.00. Two-family h o u s c, .Highland avenue; two- fnrnily -house, Hoadlcy street; one-family .house. Spring, street. John Healy, Tel. 5031. 118 Church street. Announcements Noticed , - Wiinfcd To Buy I 'A KT TIMK GS—finishing dcpt. Good experience unnecessary. KKSDOX MFC. CO. ;iOO ?O. MAIN ST. WATERI3UUY iVANTI-'.li: Trurk drlvrr and Icmdy mnn. C' a. ni. -lo I p. m. Apply ,V;iii.<r. Kiir/iililre Co.. £5 South • Main St. l-'IVK or (1 room lioum- with modern Improvements. Fairly new. Box >J-O, cure of News. Ij»uii For Sale iiK lot. VM by 100 feet on Shirley street, two • miles from Naugaluck off New Haven road. Price $150. Call yVulerbury .1-1051, TWO HntUIIng . Lot,* In .Prospect :'or side. Phone Naii'f,'. 0024, Help \VnntoiI—Vrmalc 1<> <!<> clfiinliiK and duM- \ne a few hour* a week. Coot pny. Apply Naugatuck Daily Xcw.i. Tel. ~-^. *,.-- TEACHERS STUDENTS HOUSEWIVES! ! FULL OR PART-TIME WORK AVAILABLE Making Footwear I'liriiiLC Simuuor Months Experience Unnecessary APPLY AT United States Employment Service 123 Bank St. M'iitorlniry. Conn. -•• Stabilization Conditions""" UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. ITootwefir Plant CONN. For Rent Wanted To limit I'TH/Il nr live rooniM \vnnlod to rout by two adults. Address Box "J" in care of News. Room* To Kent TWO rooms, • ono dnnlilc, omi . Apply 17 Cedar street. Tel.' I, hereby give notice, that I hav received n i-atc book for a' lax 01 the Grand List "of IMS District No 1 of 10. Mills on the dollar pay nblc July 1st; 1IM-I. On and' atlei August 1st, 19-tt Interest "at' the rate o't 0 per cent per' annum wll bo'charged from July 1st, 10-14; : will be at the 'Tax : Collector's Office, Town Hall Building on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Thursday nnd Friday from S o'clock to C o'clock nnd from 7 o'clock' until 0 o'clock, except, on Saturday, win close at noon,- for the purpose of receiving said 'tax, Dated at Naugatuck 1 , Connecticut this 20th day of June, 1944. PATRICK F, McKEON, .... Tax Collector. Automotive 14 AutoH For St»Io USED CARS .nt now celling prices or 'less. . 480 Watortqwn .Ae,. 11)10 Stiidohuker Sedan; ' cr,' good tires, goprf'-'cohdltion Price, $800.. Call' b^wril e\, Sinn ley Klelbj-'Huiitolt'Si'H/ny.'.Nauga tuck../Contractors;^.: .Fainting 11 Il'oiuid LOST—-Monday afternoon, In- Stiir- phy's' store, wajlcl containing sum of money, in bills. Reward, Mrs, Frank Rucla, street, or call 3255. 102 Maple •APEtt .HANGING cnil W. K, • -Cota, • '17 ' Cedar Tel: MBS. Street Merchandise Household Ar't'icieii'.-'. !:,../ HUNCH of koys, . all Keys. Near Now Dam Sunday. Howard. Telephone 3-184. J115U COCK.KK SPAN "LUCKY" — CAL.L. 5SOS. WARD. SPECIAL' Brln « m,.y n . . urcmenta-and we will cover, your florir', with, ;-llnqleum \yitbln y two days. • •'.••; •/';'•' Boston F»niiti'jre-.Co. 1SS Sn. Main.St. Wtby.' -.;Tel:. Merchandise 2!) VViihted.. To IJuy CA'LL 'M'O^n' you have to sell. Sln^ciVKCWing 1 blcyclcsj old furniture, ray^ or Junk, l^ight ;prlcca. paid. ' C A S H' for-Your MUSTOAL INSTRUMENTS. Mecca-. Music'Co. /• 203'Bank 4-1422 .TVIiHccllanciiiis,-. -3 TO 4 ACRES' OF fov sulr. — 'in Tpro'.spcct For further detail« TKL. 3-S(i«B^-9"A. M.-O P. M. WEEKDAYS DEATH TO TtOACHlCS" will Hil your housc-..of iiwaches'and anw, or- monuy.'rc'(uml'Cd. $1'.25: Adani.i Pharmacy or..Union City Prarrn- acy.. . . . News readers are watching the Want Ads : every--day Cor useful hings. Phone ^.2228 to advertise cms you-'jio. long-er.- n'cedv v ••:•,' '• ' Merchandise LATJi MODISU Jlohart grocery •-sloi-o scale and : coffee machine; Like new.. Reasonable. Tel. 5861. 130 Cliff St.' •• . ' •'• . ' ONlfi STOHlC'llefrlifcriilor, xllccr und scales. T. J/. Montambault, 532 . North. -Mata -street, City, Tel. 2083. . Union CRIBS — CurrliijfCH, Play Pcnn, Lai-jjo selection of toys. Lowest -.prices In- town. .• 13EACON KIDDIE, CENTRE 73 GRAND ST. wtby. Animals Services 85 I'oullry And BARRED ROCK CHICKENS More Than Half Grown ..,: First Come First Served . IBS Elm Street .. ' Phone 0101 HKOILKKS & KOASTEBS FOlt SALE. I N Q U I'R E MAPLE DAIRY: UNION CITY; TEL. -1-179 WOl^LliNSAlt <varl-|io\vcrcd. telescope,, new with leather case.-Not a toy. Tel. -1300 9 a. m. to 0 p. m. Z 1'ORCJI SCRKKNS—T feet lonp. Excellent condition. Only slightly used. Tel: 3825.' ••' Musical JOHN'S MUSIC SHOP Wo lin.v, H«-ll, cxchanKTC, and'ropalr , rill Itlnd.s of instruments. Ix>w- '• cst prices'in the city: 380'-3S2 So. •Miiin St., Watby, Conn. Services Profi-Nslodal Services Solve Your COAL PROBLEM Now Install -an Automatic Coal Stoker using non-restricted low cost stoker coal. Do not delay, ask for Frc<; heating sui-vcy. We'have new stokers on hand ready to Install, also one used stoker. WATEREURY AUTOMATIC COAL BURNER CO. 38G S. Main St. Wtby. Phone -1-6770 Service*; KXCKLI.ENT HI-> ..—Allen's. Upbolslcrinff- Studio. 1 Grand. Street, Wiucrbury.- • Dial .4-0645. .....' 39 Want«d To Kinder .Service* Kr.ECTRICAT, Ibrpalrinr Service Appliance* R specialty. • Ray Decker. 402 N. Main 81. Tcl.-.HOOO. ATTKNTION —Rep«lr«, • genuine parlr: «n<t . aerylc«, .By bonded . .Blwitrolux Man. • I. .NIsdcn, .1 Twe*a- AY». Telephon«,4822. . GKABOSKI'S Ibidlo B*n*ir Shop. Radio's expertly repaired, •:moderate-prices. •'Phone 5617. 40 Cleaning And Dyeing Let 'your vacant room do its patriotic duty — place n For Rent ad in tho News and provide a war worker with housing.''" • KfKVMAN'S . '. rf.-Ui£.i.1.uck's Great Dry Cleaning Firm, offers its first class .-dry cleaning not only in family jnir. menus, but blankets, rugs aind" other specialties' in this field. KIEVMAN'S ' ' : ' 70 Church' Street Annoiinccinentn TWO JiOOMS. fiirni.Hltcd for cou pie. Apply 60 .Johnson street. MO-VUMKNl-S Special prices, on All Memorial* IV. RICHARDS 260 Bo. Main 8t. BOOMS us npnrtnipnt o indlvkkisils. Steam heat. Sinple persons preferred, Hotchkiss St Cull 5338. llhi For Kent NVUfGATC/CK GAIiACK. 1«I Meadow St., r«ir .Inquire Ralph S. Pusho, care of Clem Theater or Wai-tor A. Nor- wash, cure of Norwash Shoo Slorc. Announcements Notleert LIQUOR PERMIT Notice of Application Thin iy to Rive notice that I, .Icn.ta E. McLcllan, of C Co,'ion Hollow. Naucatuck, have filed nn •application dated June 19-M. wllh ttiu Liquor Control Commi.i^lon for a package store bocr pcrruit for the sale of alcoliolic liquor on the cmiscjt at Collon J-Jolloiv, Nau- Katuck. The business i« owned hy Jesse E. McLellan of 6 Cotton Hollow, !s'nuf,'iituek, and will be con dueled by E. MoLella-n of Cotton Hollow, Naujratuck, aa pe mlttee. JESSE E. McLELLAN. Dnleci: July 10. 1M-I. THE riUIlY BKAUTY SHOP, 180 Cluirch street, will bo clo-scd Tuesdays during July and August, Automotive FOR SALE: ; ABC Washer . . . Easy Washer Hamilton Ecacori V;icuurn Cleaner Electric Iron " '!-.. Francis .Fiiniitiu'e..Co. -149 NORTH MAIN STRKET .. Telephone 3000 BABY—Car Keats, 1'lay pens, hnthl- ncttH, cribs,' high chairs, Kantwct mattres.-'es, toys. THE HADIO SHOP 180 Grand St Walcrbury ' 1-1 Auto.s For Sain' PLYMOUTH ' IXXDGJ Sales Service Pnrte, Accessories Malcolm W. .Stan' L.C.orp. , ISS Waterlown Ave. Dial 5-11-10 KIUDIK Koop Crib—-Double electric plate, McKec Ever Cold Ice bax.Largo uixc. Call 338-1. Willltcil To Buy HANK »dfo dcpuNlt Imxtm ivnnlod. HiKhest cnsh prices paid. Wire collect, write or phone what you have to o-ffer. J. K. Murphcy, Republic GOS'l, 815 Yentman Aye., Webster Groves ID, Mo. RATES ARE SMALL; RESULTS ARE LARGE ClaNNlflcd Ad RatcH Words • Lines 1 Day 3 'Days 6 • Days Prepaid Charge, Prepaid Charge Prepaid Charge 1 to 15 3 I .30 .03- •.DO 1.08 1.-I7 10 to 20 .30 .18 1.20 l.-M 1.02 21 to 25 .-15 ,00 1,00 1.00 1 1.80 2.-IO .'or- giiiKM-al housework. Good «:il- itry, TM. Wat by. 3-03SO or Box 'K.' care of The >." KKdlSTKUl;!! — Tnilnrd ilttrtld- an(.s or practical nurse. Main- tcnfinci- if duslrod. Good salary. S(;\bilixatlon plan. Tel. Wtby. •I-HBT7. For Sale For Siilo "Ice lot, ron.sonablo price 1 . Located "2 Hotahklss street. Patsy District of Naugatuck, ss. Pro biito Court, July 14, lfl-l-1. <!lrl or WI.IIHIII—I Bst/ltc ° r Lc!-0 >' Edwnrc! Grunt lrl r ""'"""— late of Naugat-uck, in said Dis trict. deceased. The Administratrix having- ex hibitcd he:- administration nc (•OIK-I: with said estate to this Com 1 for allowance, it Is ORDERED—That the 21st da' of July, A. D, 19-M, at -1:00 o'clock In the afternoon at the Probat" office in Xauratuck, be and the same is assigned for 'a hearing or the allowance of stiid Administration Account wkh said Estate, irnd ihis Court, directs the Administra- trix to cii'c all persons Interested •Iherein to appear at said time and pl.'ice hy publishing .thi.s order in newspaper published in TOK SAI,r,—Mnrr.vl Hurry.' Vn- c.tnt li room nno family house, nil Improvement*. 2 car g,-,rage,l ' H »t . r > ronltor. 172 High street. Haven County nintl having a circulation In'said District, and post- Ing a copy on the .public sign post In the town of Naugatuck. Whore the deceased last- dwelt, at least tlirn days before said day assigned. STEPHEN J, SWEENEY,. Judge. .NEW .-I-ICOOM cottnifi-. vacant; nl»n 5-ROOM bungalow with thro; f|u;u-tors acre land; now 10-UOOM 2-family house on West side. A SJiflploy, Tslephone 2-133. Swap Don't Wants for what you To order a Nowa Wan-l Ad, Phono nc»d—With Want Ad*. 222S. 28 to 30 .51 .72 1.2C l.SO 2.16 2.SS 31 to 35 .8-1 1.-17 2.10 3.36 3(J to -10 .90 1,68 2.-IO 3.8-1 41 to -15 .81 1.08 | , 1.89 3.2-1 •1.32 •fG to 50 10 .90 1,20 2.10 3.00 3.60 -l.SO 01 to 05 11 I .99 1.32 3.30 I 3.9G 0.28 SO to GO 12 l.OS l.-l-l 3.60 | -1.32 If paid within one week after insertion, advertisement' .will bo considered as prepaid. "THE WHTE CLIFFS OF DOVER" SHOWING NOW AT LOEW'S | POTENT FILM IS CURRENT LEAD AT STRAND THEATER The greatest, woman's role cv^r written comes to the screen with Irene Dunnu Us heroine in Metro- oZdwyn-Maycr's pre^cnUition of) 'The While Cliffs of Dover," now ; :u!. Locw's Poll. It. is based on .Alice Oifor Milier's poem, "The \Vhilc. Cliffs." Romnn'cc, courage, laufth- .nr, heartache and julyenturc blend nto ono in this •,'itoi'y.of an Anier- can gi.i-1 whose first glimpse of England's white cliffs of Dover ring io her <tho one Jove of her, ife, plus the faith and ,hcnrt.'to' undcriland a people other than own. Miss Dunno, Aliin- Marhal, Frank Morgan, Sidney Frank- n, and Clarence Brown five PRIVATE BUCK QUARTERS FORT AOAMS "..lies of -n.otfi in'Hollywood—com- bine talents to bring to life an nc- ct'iimcd poem of today's, headlines — a poem -which so captured the" inmciniulon of- the public tha-l. COO.'OOO copies of it have been pub lislicd. Once again; Miss Dunn.e is the principal in an .unforgettable •screen -love story' reminiscent .of hoi- por.trayal in such memoir,i.blc screen classics as ' "Cimarron.,' "Back Street," "Love Affair", and "A Guy Named Joe,"- is this slory of a woman's iovo. for her 'husband, son and country. A'cavalcade of -ion, the role is ona ideally suited to .the star and her,ability .o portray .poignant romance. As icr partner,. A.lan. Marshal wins ils moft impoi-fa'nt screen role' io late. He is .seen as the young Enjj- ish Baronet, whose whirlwind courtship of an; American gfrl ove which, surmounts separation, war and even death.The .support- ng'cast Includes Roddy McDowall, C. Aubrey Smith, Dame May WhM- y, Gladys Cooper, Peter I^awford nd Jill Esmon<l, On the .same. program of hits, •here will be selected' short sub- ccts, an,d latest news of I lie day; nnixrsii ix FAcmc A forthright indictment of the older generation, for. at least a share in the blame lor the current wave of juvenile delinquency, is presented in "Arc These Our Parents?" which opened a week's engagement on the screen o'f thri Strand last night. The. picture is filled with" dramatic incidents a depicts a number of truo-to-life s uations which deserve the though ful consideration of all parents Helen Vir.son is seen in thc-Kta ring, role, arid gives a corivinci "portrnjfal of.a mother whoso spci iictivitlos blind hur to the nccessi of looking out for her head-sti'on daughter. Excellent' pcrformanc are contributed throughout by rAst'which includes Lyle Talbot a Miss Vinson's. business adyiso Ivan Ijcbcdrff as a former love Noel Ncill", ns her daughter; Rlc nrd . .Byron asth'e .lattcr's boy • fric'nd"; . Anthony Warde as th boy's neg'lcftful .father; .Addlso Richards, as a Juvenile 'oflcer;. an Emma Dunn and Ian Wolfc.^as a old .couple who befriend the'young si era w.hcn they are sought a's.mui dcr.s.uspoctg. , '.' ..' . , " IM _ .' 'The',.8tnry'deals,,with [telling ef fc'c.t,, tHe'.'various, stcps^ .which! leat nnVa'ttrhctiyc,. uncontrolled girl' in to clrcumstan'ces' which become in cre'asingly;';.dangerous, and 1 . "iA;hlch flrialfy .reduces her. to [tVo status o a Hunted crlrhihal.. .' ,'.,, ' •'...' The" 1 .second.'„' feature 'oh., the *Ttlnr!'«j K'il! ' to "(^r*il"K'rttf' f*nr\ + nnv*' ,V*'vqtt Buck, a lint* polish wouldn't hurt those shorn '—' ... WMI'VA t*imjfmt~2^ ' ^IlL^.I''''.L^tAMir'fjkj^— Canberra, July 17—(U. P)—Australian Prime Minister Curt in reveals that Great. Britain will get into the southwest Pacific fight'be- fore the end of the year. Curtih says he has .British' Prime' Minister Churchlll'o promise of large and powerful .forces to be sent to. join General MacArthur's struggle against the Japanese, Frazee. Alxo featured.,. ai : p... Vpra Vague,,' the. Jilllls."Brothcrs and "Max Tcrhume'n^.d. "Elmer,"' . . M-^G-My "ijlbet-atlon of Rose," a very,, ^'linely.. 20-R)jnute _ defense'.. short feature, ,i3 ll .aiso oh 'the .'program! playing day-and-datc with more;, than, .'5.00 x theaters'," in". 'metro politah:' centers' .thrbugKbut:. "the'L country, this we'ck'i .:,,. "... ^ lv- v " "••?, ••• • — _ ' ..... '•"•-••• ••-\;-;-'f'$f^ ^^^ Grptori, 'Conn.,'-' July' -IT^Ctrp'i— '' you'r* BUY WAR BONOS AND STAMPS Th,e. subm'a'rme. Bullhead ;, has':. bcc.a launched nit the Electric 'Boat .company yards and. soon will be'i ready for .b'altlc-' duly, '. ' .,,!.. The | Bull-head .'.was'-spohaorcd ,by M"rs. 'Howard R, ' Doylej . da'ugh i er of '''the" company's '; shipwriB-hi.: su- poriiitendon't. It was'. theJ'lfifitQonth launching, at the Electric ,-B'oal. company's Victory- yard this. year. I By ROY CRANK THER Of JAP CHATTER I. THE.RADIO SAWYER THAT'S US, »AWY{R SECOND LANDMARK. NOW WE CROSS THE MOUNTAINS RADAR CANT TRAIL US THRU THHE MOVNTAWb Uy PACt. ROBINSON ITHOUGHT YOU TWO WERE 6OIMC CUT' SECKETAGKNT X9 By ROBERT STOB1* WE'RE PAK<£0 ON BIM, Off /H^lN,., MEET US IN T£N WE'VE 607 A LAKGS PlANHSD BLUE-JAW,' YOUR EYES IN THEIR SOCKET*, TALENT SCOUT... THE LADY'S «T*iCTLY CBU«T...«HE DON'T 4«$OClATf WITH THE. COUPONS.. EY, JACK ! YOU'RE Bl£HT SCHEDULE,../H4£TV AND AKr IN TME LOB3V.' WHEPE ARE THE SOYS 7 WHO 15 THE SABS, BLUE-JAWS? STILETTO NO HER BEFORE/ By Bir.fA r DE BECK OPEN VORE TER-TRft HERBERT CORN CURE MAUJVCV-POX BRICK BB'ADFOBD By WILLIA3I K1TT and CLARENCE GRA1 LI5TE-N-;.EVERYONE WEAPONS RE ATTACKED MA'JL, MERE, WILL LEAD US TO THE GATE . ME KNOWS WHAT TO DC ALL SET ? REfAEMBER MAUL DOES ALL THE TALK'- X ING.' LET'S GO.' AND 'SKEETER By WAE.E.V BISHOP C?OM ALONG AND PACK, T(-iei>J~Voo CAM TAKE THE LATE A.FTEBNOOW TCAIM UIKETOGO TO. THE couwrer AKI'O 'SP^WD THE SUMMFP OSI.yooR UNCLE ", ._., FABM-uesIMVIT'ED •^ ^ YOU ALl- TUATfe A ^1 VAC ATI OS).'. . SUoCTAffE JIM CANUSE'EM-U£U UAVE'EM UP WORKING CVCCY MORWINkS 6Y B A.M. \TLL CO EM A LOTOF GOOD-MAKE MEN OF EM

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