WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1944 NAUGATUOK DAILY NEWS Page Seven WANT AD S KirieHihg Wood Isrt ' • •- •• ^ - '•'•<'• * ' Wood : When Advertised Below •;. • *&•••" ' •. •, : : :,, • '•; . , ./ • . Employment \V:«»ti><I—Mule For Sale Houses .For. Su I i,iV ,,r~r'.l'l--rl.v " UU1 "'•'• r '"' Ultl ' *«:« B (1 V .... i,, Harden. I'urt or i'u aml high ;.-Kinishlng ttept. .<|ii>rlotiri' unm'Cr.Ms MRi. CO. '. 100S0 . MAIN ST. U'ATlDKHUR-i 1>: Truck driver and Imnd.t li-urnitiiro Co., 2!i South Man Wunli'il for house. Milk, lights, gooc SVin. K, Curttss. To!. iVau- Kelp \Vi»nti'd—I'Vnuilc ,[.4KK tt ,|»'rh ,ih! [NCIS. lf. MONKY FAST imint-liuprlnUxl IVr- inl* f.O for SI. Superb 'Jl-Canl SI Hiix s.-lls on L-'P u ' ; " 1110 l"' utlt - Other ' A.txix-tni.'nt.M. SumplBS on il. CIUI/rON GREKT- 1-17 K.-WS St., Dupt. -120, Inj lrimliiK "lid dllxt- f«' w hour-i a wi>fk. Good Apply Nautrntuck Dully T.-l, 2'.'2.S. TEACHERS STUDENTS HOUSEWIVES! ! FULL OR PART-TIME WORK AVAILABLE Making Footwear PiiriiiLC Summer Months Experience Unnecessary APPLY AT United States Employment Service 3 23 Bank St. TVatf:rl)iiry, Conn. Stabilization Conditions UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. _ itticlc Footwear PJiuit .N'AUCATLTCK CONN. S-KOOM nlHO ,-J-KOOM three quarters cottiiKc, vacant bungalow with acre land; now JO-TCOOM J-family house on Want slilf. A Shepley, Telephone '.Mas. l''OH SAM-:—Two family hnuso, Tl room.-:, 2 car garage and barn. All ImpioviiiiiunU. Lot 84 x 100. At a sacrifice. Tel. 3-5-163, Bridgeport. OM'M'AMn.Y, (I room IMIIINU. 2- car >.;ui-u^t>, $4900.00. Two-family house. Highland avenue; two- family .house, Houdley street; oni'-fiirnlly hbuse, Spring .street. John Htmly,. IIS Church street. Tel. 5031. Wonted To Hiiy KIVK «r II room house with nxMl- irrn Improvements. Fairly new. teox K-O, care of Nows. Announcements LORUI Noticed I, hereby give notice that I have received a rate book (OF.a tax on the Grand .List of IMS District No. 1 of 29 Mills on the. 'dollar payable July a.st, Ifl.|.|. On and after August 1st, 3M-1 interest at the rule of 0 per cent per annum will! be charged from July Jst, 19-1-I. I will be ut the Tux Collector's Office. Town Hall Building: on Monday, Tueadiiy, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 0 o'clock to- !i o'clock and from 7 o'clock until 9 o'clock, except on Saturday, will close at noon, for the purpose of receiving said. tax. Dated at Nnugatuclc, Connect! cut this 20th day of June, 10-14. PATRICK F. McKlSON, Tax Collector. Automotive 14 AutOH For Salo, DODGE — PLYMOUTH AUTHORIZED : Sales .Service Parts, Accessories Malcolm W.. " Stan- COIT>; ' Merchandise Household •188 Watertown Ave 5-1146 Lu>tt Ami Fount! Lund For Sulu Building lot, ISO hy KM) (cot on Shlrloy street, two miles froir Naugtuuak o!T New Haven road Price $150. Call Wutorbury 4-1551 I'WO Building iMtn in l'ruN|x.>u !'or sale. Phone Naug. 532-1. For Rent Wanted To Hetit •'OliK or live rooiim wanted to rent hy i.»'o lululus. Address Box '"J" in cure of News. liooiu* To lli'nl 1'WO ROOMS, furnish,'d for cou- pli 1 . Apply C9 Johnson street. 'IIICKK ROOMS as iipurtmciit or individuals. Steam heat. Single perscms preforred, IlotchUiss St. C'iOl TiSStl. IIHKK furnished room*, nil con- vtiiifnces, for two adul.'s. Address Box A, in care of T.he 12 ROOM IIuii.se. All Improvement* at 121 Aetna street. Apply at 39 Nettlotor. avenue. Ilia Garage l-'ur Rent OAKAGK, 1S1 Mi-udow SI., rear. ]n([ulre Ralph S. Pa.-tho, care of f'leni Theater or Walter A. Nor- u'awh, euro of -Norwash Shoe Store. Kill Nows Want Ads as soon as you got action. Announcements .•vn-:N, u'OMK.v: WANT VIM? Stimulants in Ostrex Tonic Tab- l«t.M p»-p up'bodies lacking Iron. Vitamin El, Calcium. Trial sine costs little. Save REAL, money, Ki^t $1 si/.o. Ask about big money- Having "Kconomy" sixo. At all driiKKlsits—in Is'ausutuck at Al- IITI'S Cut Katu and Naugatuclt LOST—Monday afternoon, In Murphy's store, wallet containing sum of money in bills. Reward. Mrs. Frank Ruclu, 102 Maple street, or call 3255. HOL'SK KKVS with trinket on • chain fount'. Owner may have sumo by Identifying and paying for advertisement. Apply News. 11M1 CON.VKRTIBniS.sGlllb. Ford for sale. Radio ;anjil'y-healer . Excellent condition!: .Cleari. Tel 48-11. '312 Scott: St. . ; 08t-;.': UABY—Car Keats, I'la.v poiiH, hiithi notts, cribs, high chairs,.Kantwc matti'cflHes; toys,' THE RADIO SHOP ISO Grand St Waterb.ury Automotiye;i Anton For Sale. •':';;;'•'•' 1940 Willys Sedan,, 1938 Ford Tudor '" : "PRICED BELOW CEILING" Ptickurd-Walerbury, Inc. •IS2. .Wutertown Avenue '. Dial '4-0109 KlDl>li5 Koup Cril)—Uoul)lc clcc- V trie plate, M<:Kc« Evei- Cold ice box.Large si/.c'. Call' 33«.|. FOB. SALE—Smitll Ice box, SO \l>, capacity.' 28 Carroll Court, up- 29 •Wanlftd To Buy CALL 28I«—If you linvo anylhli)»f to sell. Singer sewing machines, bicycles, old .furniture, rak's or junk. Right prices paid. f 1 A R IT f01 ' Yo '"' MUSICAL, .INSTRUMENTS. Mecca Muuic Co. 203 Bank -1-1-122 Contractors BLACK COCK KB SPANIEL FOUND. TELEPHONE 3114. HUNCH of keys, •.. all. ;uutoinohUa Iceys. Near New Dam Sunday. leeward. Telephone 3484, 11I5D COCKKIl S P A N I K L — "LUCKY" — CALL CSOS. REWARD, PAPER HANGING und Painting. W. F. 'Cola, .17 Cedar Street. Tel. 5455. Merchandise 26 Feed And Fuel BANK nute- deposit. lioxeH wanted. Highest cash prices paid. Wire collect, write or phone what you have to offer. J. E,-Murphcy, lie- public .0084, 815. Yeuunan Avc., Webster.Groves 19, Mo. Merchandise MlKeiillnneoim "UEATII TO'BOACHJSS" will,rid your house- of. roaches .-ind ants-, or monay refunded. ,fl.2!i, Ad:nn:t Pharmacy or Unjon City Prarm- acy. ONK STORH K«frl(;er!i<or, Kllcer und Hcale.'i. T. J. MonliLrnljault, 532 North Main streel, Union City. Tel. .2083. CIIIIJS — Carrlsiife*, '1'lay fniw, Largo select-ion of toys. Lowest prices In town. BEACON KIDDIE CENTRE. 73 GRAND ST. Wtby. Animals Services :ta .Poultry AlKl BARRED ROCK CHICKENS More Than Hair Grown First Comp First Served 1S3 Kim Street Phone 5151 BKOIMiKS * KOASTKK8 FOB SALE. I N Q U III E MAPLE DAIRY, UNION CITY. TEL. 'I-J73 Services WOI'.USNSAK varl-|H»v<!rnd. l«Ie- copt!, new with Ic.-ilhftj- c:isc. Not i loy, Tel. 4800 3 a. m. to C p, m. •lOUN'S MUSIC SHOP We buy, sell, exchange, and repair all kinds of instruments. Lowest prices in the city. 380-382 .So. Main St., Watby, Conn. Professional Services Solve Your COAL PROBLEM Now Install an Automatic Coal Stoker u.sinff non-restricted low cost stoker coal.- Do not delay, njsk for Free heating survey. We have new stokers on hand roady to install, also one used stokon. WATER13URY AUTOMATIC COAL BURNER CO. 280 S. Main S'-. Wtby. Phone 4-0770 v'rolV.'sxional St-rvlccn KXCKLLKNT KK-UI'IIOI-STBKV —AlJcn'f! Upliolslerin^: Studio, I Grand Street, Watcrbury. Dial •1-OG45. 3!» WiinU-d To' KendiT Snrvlcon i:r.KCTIHC.\L IteimfrlnK S^rvic* Appliances ,1 specialty. Ray Decker, -102 N. Main St. Tel. 4000. ATTENTION —Rcpalrt, genuine part* • and service. By bonded Eiectrolux Man. I. Nlnscn, 3 T',re)i» Av«. Telephone 4622. ' GKABOSKI'S Bitillo Jtnpalr Shop. Radio's expertly repaired, mod- eratc prices. 'Phone 5C17. Id Anil Want Ads Will Get Workers Get' the highest price 'for used articles that you no longer need; list them for sale in .a Zv'ews W,'<nt Ad. KIEVMAN'S rOuigaluclt's Great Dry Firm, offer.-? iis fir.st claims dry cleaning not only iiv family garments, but bl.inkeLs, ru^a and other specialties in this field. KIEVMAN'S 70 Church Street I1UZ SAWVKK By HOY CRANE HAVJNG LOST my (f«» rullon book A issued lo me by the local rat ion iis.gr board, I hereby file for a new one. JOSIOPH1NE ELSE, WOOD—Buy now and mivo $S per cord. Cut any length u.nti delivered. H. Sills. Prospect 5-0759 Household Article* FOR SALE! ! ABC Washer Easy Washer Htimilton Beacon Vacuum .Cleaner Electric .Iron MONUMENTS Special pricCB on All Memorial* V. RICHARDS 260 So. Main St. Nit upa tuck Til*: HUUV BEAUTY S!IOP, 180 Church street, will be closed Tuesdays during July and August. Francis Fimiiturc Co; 449 NORTH MAIN STRKET Telephone 3000 WHITE Knamol Coinblnatlon Oil and Gas Range. Practically new. Owner leaving town. Phono 13468 after -1:30. • • , Il's Smart to Use Want. Ads RATES ARE SMALL; RESULTS ~ ARE LARGE ChisHlfled Ad Words Lines l Day Prepaid Charge 3 Days Prepaid Charge 6 Days Prepaid. Charge 1 to 15 .03 .90 l.OS 1.47 1C to. 20 MS .8-1 1.20 l.'l-T 1.92 21 to 25 .•15- .00 1.05 1.50 1.80 2.-10 20 to 30 '•' .54: .72' 1.2G 1.80 2.16 31 to 35 .03 1.-17 2.10 3C to -10 8 I .90 1,08 2.-10 -I 2.SS •II to.-lG .81 l.OS l.SS) 2.70 3.2-1 •10 to SO 10 .90 1.20 2.10 3.00 3.GO Notices EXI'KKIKNCKIJ filrl or Wfiiiiun— for Ki-diM-a! housoworlc, Good sal- 11:7. Ti-1. Wiuby. 3-0580 or Box 'K.' oare of* The Xe-wy. •HK77. KKO — Truini'd practical nurse. if (lt.-.sin>(l. CJooil tion plan. Tel. »tlciii|. Muin< siilary. \Vtby, For Sale O.NK-KAMII.V hiiii.ti.'.i of •! moms men, all mtid.-rn improvements,! tlll!< 1-tth piv-w:ir hiiilt, 3 yunra old, Rnnson 'or Hi'llin;;, ownur in Morvice. W.SOO. 6 room. 1 family house, all ini- provciin-nt.s also 3 yi-ar.s old, sltu- uind on 3-1 acre land. Price $S,. r iOO. If you wmiT to buy or .sell see Patsy Lubi'if.la, 172 High .street, Pftonc 3-l.',.S or SXH. The Selectmen and Town Clerk of the Town' of Beacon Falls, Conn,, will be in session at the Town Hall, said town, from C p. :n. to S p. m. Saturday, July 22, IJp-l-t. for th»> i>urpowe of examining and admitting to the electors' oath all pi-rson.s found qualified a,nd to examine any .appllcalior.H of mom burs of the armed forces of tilt 1 United 'Slate;-; for admission ad electors, RAr,PH E. UPRIGHT CHRISTIAN HETSS CONLETH E. KIJSRNAN Scleetman. FRED C. CLTRT1SS Town Clerk. Dali.'d at Beacon Falls, Conn., • of July. 19-l-f. 51 to 55 11 I .99 1.32 2,31 3.30 3.9G 50 to 00 12 1.08 1.44 3.CO -1.32 If paifl within one week after insertion, advertisement will be considered n» prepaid. WAR BONDS RESPONSIBILITY OF PARENTS STRESSED IN STRAND PILM I s'li.-ii, Koddv ^f'^Downll, Van Jo!'. I son, Frank Morgan, C. Aubrey j Smith. Damu .W»y Whilly ami ! Gladys Cooper ini some of the load! intf roles, and when thi?> c;i.st is i conaiderccl an idea of th;; enter- I'tainmi.'iit that is in slore for those Parenlal responsibility for much of the wave of juvenile delinquency ' in attendance is plimpa which is now sweeping the Unit-! "The .W-hite Cliffs of PKIVATE BUCK PLATTSRURG BARRACKS e<l States Is squarely fixed in "Arc Tin-so Our Parents'!"' the dramat ic picturlzation now on the scree al l-he Strand. J Holen Vinson Is starred In thi forthright indictment of the olclc generation and featured in sup porting; roles are Lylc Ta-lbot, Ivan J-ebcdcff, Noel Neill,' Richard Ey ron and Emma Dunn. In a dramatic presentation! o fact, the picture shows how neglec and bad examples of parents an; n a lai'jjH decree, the cau.seiof the sin. 1 ! of the youngsters, and it if- the screen's flr--it production to tress tills angle for a situation of which they are, at least, partially -to blame. Thus, Ire the story which pictures the adventures of a pair of youthful sweethearts, the boy's life is definitely affected by the actions* of -his father, and, to an even greater degree, the girl's by those of her mother. The companion pi-uture on the bill nt the strand is "Cowboy Canteen" which stars Charles Starratt an d feature-.* Janie Fra/co, Tex Rilter ,Vera Vague, l.hp Mills Broll'i- ers, Roy Aeuff and his Smokey Mountain. Boys and Girls, and Max Terhune and his famous dummy, Elmer. • "Liberation of Rome," M-C-M's 20-minute defense fcoltirette and latest Fox Movietone N^.ws complete the Slrair.d program. one of the swell hits from the studio of M-C-M, the world's greatest producers of feature films, nm Is without a doubt thn crowning nuhvivemeivt of their undisputed- 20 years of leadership. Don't miss this film. . • "UP IN ARMS" IS THE CURRENT LEAD AT GEM THEATER How an indoor aviator bo-come a -hero In the South Pacific L* th hilarious b:i.sis of "Up in< Arms, Samuol Goldwyn'K new Techicno or tnusicomedy for RKO Radio re ease, with Danny Kayo starred now at Hie G-em theater, A top favorite on Broadway Kaye makes hi's screen debut a-s h-_' perpetually worrying elevator operator who thinks he's going to but who into thi. FIRST, WE'lL DRAG THIS BABY OUT >F SIGHT THEN CAMOUFLAGE- AND NOW— O»OY, AM I HUNGRY/ HEIP YOURSELF, SIR. COFFEE'S IN THE THERMOS NO. THANKS. 1—AH—I'M KCVER MUtWKr AT BREAKWST. BESIDES, I —I THINK II IDOK AROUND FOR VAN HIET. CAHT UNDERSTAND WHY HE'S NOT MERf TO MEET US. PACr. ROBINSON I'D LOVE"TO COME. I WOULDN'F MISS roe WORLDS OH, soy."oM PACKED 1M MINUTES/ HOW DID 1 <NOW r- STAY HOME. E HAS THKEE. THOUGHT YOU TOV/SITA 6II2L FI2IEND-'' n VOU WEI2ENT SECKKT .AGENT X3 By KOBEUT STORa. HE'S COT A SUOULDS8 UA,V..V.ERINS f TH£5£ GUVS K££P ON. TH£YU OVJE AKJOT^ER CPF BRACKED OUT, POuR F.B.I. CAKS> APPROACH FROA1 OPPOSITE THS D;RT ROAD... HOLSTER UWDER HIS CC^T,/(?EACM AN INSIDE AIL Rlfit-n, /VW6S... MAKS. WITM THE *IITT5 —REACH— BEPORE &=T THE STILETTO BLU£-JAW.~ XJSO.W H RE.ACUIN' COA^ ?OC<£T WITH R/CM7 HHNV, i I J BARNKY GOOGLE AND SNUFFY SMITH By BILI.V HE 11 RICK BR^XDFORD dle almost any mlnoite, nevertheless Is POWERFUL LOVE STORY SHOWING NOW AT LOEW'S .Now. Locw-Poll. thonter of- sir—pnytime pnyon* wants to know about the Army, $ir. you can send 'em to mel" fera. what is one of the best films that has been shown at this the- nter all ihis vc'ir. -It i.s the sensational Him, "The White Clift* of Dover" now current at Rad'io City, New York, wliere it has broken, nil attendance and money rncovds, It comes to -Waterbury while It still on Broadway a,t advanced prices unrl without a doubt will be one. of the greatest films that we in veur •. -AM over the the critics the singing the bnvi land praises of Ihis film a.nd a superb cast has been assembled for the leading roles. In the featured parts aro Irene Dunne, with Alan Mar- Army along with his buddy. The .two rookios and their Anny nur.-^ girl fr-iends sail for l-hc Sotitb Pacific aboard the same ransport, with the JiypochondrJac iroving to be tho greatcsl. dra.w- iack the Army has ever encoun- ?red; Howwver, ^vhein* they reach He mythical island of Bagoona hd-he f.i captured by Ule Japs, lie turns ouit to be a real hero. The result Is riotous in Mic PX- tromc, and it puts a clever ending to the sparkling and- tuneful 'of-, ferlng, one of- tho funniest that ever came 'io the .screen. Dana Andrews plays Kayo's' buddy, and Dinah Shore and Constance Dowling have Ihe f.-irninine. leads »n. the picture, which also, features the glamorous crew of, Goldwyn Girls. - , By-.WOXIAM-'IUTT and Ct,AIU£NCE GKAC VMELL, MAUL,YOUR WORK IS DONE . GOODBYE AMD THANKS.' BUT,MASTER, I CANNOT" STAY MERE.' WHEN YON GUftRD TELLS HIS STORY— -HE-WILL SLAY : ME.' I AM NOW AN OUTLAW/ rTMM.' O.K.- YOU MAY COME WITH US/ MUGGS AND SKEKTKR By WALLY BISIIOF STBAK'S A STKAK TOI>AY Salem, M«ss. (UP)—Under wartime conditions, it takes more than a t'h'ree-alaiMn firu lo scare hungry diners away from a sleak dlnmcr. As patron* of Oscar's Grill hustled; into the street lo escape flames, three guests were seen carrying- —— thetr half-eaten steaks and cutlery to a nearby automobile, where they finished the meal. MOT US-THAT BROOK IS FULL. OP LEECHES AM TURTLES AW WATERSNAKCS AW MUSWRATS AM' TECClBLP THINGS! Twose <=ITV SLICKERS COT OF MY PlSMlM- HOLE Boy, iTi GQEAT-OCMT FAC?M KIDS EVEC? SWIM WEPE?
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