Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on July 21, 1944 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, July 21, 1944
Page 7
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FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1944 NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS Page Near But As UsualiWatit Ads Get TKe Winning Vote Employment il—Mulv rlv 111:111 intcrv.sU-tl In *' nrilcn - Pm or fUl Karm «nd Nure TIM 10 ihing dept. Good ci> unnecessary. H-'ll. CO. . lCt , S o. MAtX ST. WATERBURY [|ilKI> Mil" Wnnlfd for Unity *„, Milk, lighls, good Jos. U'm, II. Curtls.s. TcU Nau- uck JO-IP. GIRLS , p or light, cli'an bench work. 'instrument Ax.sombly. -•CO ,\. M. tn .".:30 P. M. I.u\vis Kii.uv'tioeriMir; M Rl'F.BKR AVE. N — '" do clc:niini.' and lliiMt- ing » few hours n week. Good nay. Apply Tel. Nnujjattick ---». Dally For Rent Koutirn Hunt TWO .JCOOAliii, funilslii.<l. for couple. Apply 09 Johnson street, ' TIIUK Call UOOMS u» uparliiiont or UHlM. Steam hcivl. Single prorurrucl, 1-lotchltia? at fiiriilHlied rouin.s, all iicus". ' for two adull.i. 'Box A, in, care of Ad- The Announcements Ami .Found LOST—Monday afternoon, In Mur- jiliy's store, walicl. containing sum of money In bills. Reward. Mrs, Frank Kucla, 1G2 Muple street, or call 3205, Kin UAKAGK, 1X1 Alwidovv Si,, ri-nr Inquire Ralph S. Payho, care ot Gum Theater or Walter A. Nor- \Vjiwh, cure of Nonvush Shoe Store. Kill News Want Ads as soon you get action. Announcements Notices TEACHERS STUDENTS HOUSEWIVES! ! FULL OR PART-TIME WORK VAILABLE ng- Foohvenr i,' Summer Montlis Experience Unnecessary APPLY AT United States Employment Service , • 12:3 Bank St. Walcrlmry, Conn. Stabilization Conditions UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. Naugattick Footweiir Plant NAUGATUCK CONN. EXPKKIICNCKO Girl or Woiiinn— for gfnnral housework. Good nal- ni-y. Ti.-l. Watby. 3-0531; or Box • 'K.' care of The News. The .Retristnu-.s oC Voters of the 1'ou-n of JJcncon Fallsi will be in sloii in the Town Hull, Friday. July '-$. ntul Ki-idny, Aujriist -I, 10'M "roni 12:00 o'clock noon until 9:00 t'c'loek p. m. for the purpose of mrty enrollment line! correcting lit! ClUlCUd li^t. Dated ut Jiuacon Fulls Connecticut, thia nineteenth day of July. 10-1-1. RUTH SI. CAimOLL,, HEIlEN C. DONLAN, .Kegistrars of Voters. Disiriirt of NnuK.'ituck. s.-. rro- bale Cotirl, July 10, lE.itale of Jennie Hotclikiss nkii Jenr.lj S. . Motchklss aka Jennie Sclioficld Hotchkiss. late of Nau- gutuck. in said District, deceased. The Court of Probate for (.lie Di.s- tricl of Xaujratuck 'hath limited mid allowed six months from date hereof for the creditors of said estate to exhibit their claims for su.'ilcmrnt. \vlio iM^'oct to pl't- -cut their aci-ounts, properly at- tes»:cd \vi!hin said lltno. will be debarred a recovery. All person-? indebted to said Estate are reriuest- oil lo n'.ake immediate payment to IDA M. HOTCHKtSS. Executrix. 2-1 Wood Stveel, Is'aujraituck, Co:m. Per Order of Coui'l Attest: Stephen J, Sweeney, Judge. LOiST—Inslilo work, a Hamilton wrist watch, R-okl bn'ck. inscribed C. R. E. in the Waterproof Mill of- U, S. Rubber. Reward. Cull 22til, ext. 2.13, Miss Wilson. • • men cocKKii s v A N i is L — "L.UCKY" — CALL 0308. RE- WAKD. Automotive Anton For Siilb •"•'";;: DODGE — PLYMOUTH , , AUTHOEIZED^'v. Sales Service Parts, Accessories Malcolm W. Starr::<G.qrp. •18S Watertown Ave. Dlal'^-lUG 1IM1 CONVERl'lBUS Club Coupo Ford for gaJe: Radio an'd heater. Excellent condition. Clean. Tel. •16-11.' 313 Scott St. ' -•• Merchandise Household Articles FOR SALE! .' AB,C Washer . -Easy Washer,. Hamilton .Beacon Vacuum Cleaner Electric Iron • - Pranci's Furniture Co. 449 NORTH MAIN STRKET . Telephone 3000 Automotive BUNCH of key*, all automobile i keys. Near New Dam Sunday, Jteward. Telephone 348-1. ! 14 AutUH For Siilo HAVING LOST, my can rnlluii book A issued lo me by the local ratioiiiiniK board,' I •: hereby file application for a new one. ' JOSEPHINE ELSE. ! PACKARD 1040 Willys Sedan ' 193S Ford Tudor "PRICED BELOW CEILING" P;iduircMYatci:bui.y, Inc. •IS2 Watertown •Avciuio 'Dial 4-G109 HAVING ItiNt my Ras ration Ixiuk A, issued n:e bythc local rationing bourd, I hereby lllc 'ap'pllcu- tion ;'or u ne\v O/IG. ANTHONY KOONITSKY. Aiiiiuiiiiceiiiviits MONUMENTS Special prices on All Momorlnla N, RICHARDS 2GO So. Main St. Naucatuck A Want Ad Can Find It! Contractors WI11TK Kniiniol Combination Oil and Gus.Rnnpe, Practically new. Owner leaving town. 1 Phone D4C8 after 4:30. ... BABY—Car seatK, May pens, bnthl- nctts, cribs, high chairs, Knntwot mattresses, toys. THE RAlilO SHOP' ISO .Grand St. • Wotcrbui-y Merchandise Wanted To Buy CALL 2810—11 you have anything; to sell. Singer sewing machines, bicycles, oJd furniture, rags or junk. Right prices paid. C- A S''H f01 ' Your MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.. Mecca Music Co. .203 Bank -1-1422 BANK safe tTeposIt 'liKxcw wanted. Highest cash prices paid. Wire collect, write or phone what you have to offer. J. E. Mui-phey,.Re- public 60S'), 815 Ycatnmn Avc., Webster Groves in, Mo. 80 Klhl>il<: .Koop Crlli—IJoiUile electric plate, McKco Ever Cold ice box-Liu'i-go size. Call 338'1. PAl'EB HANGING and W. P, Cota. . 17 Cedar Tel. M5S. " •.•;••' Street. New Hampshire has had a state system of education since 16-17 when a. Ken" court required every community of 50 or more persons to maintain a school. 'IJKATIl TO HOACHES" will rid your house- of roaches and anLs, or money refunded. $1.213. Ad;uns Pharmacy or Union City Prarm- acy. O-VE STOKE JlcfriRnrHtor, slicer and scales. T. J. •Mout.imbault, ri32 North Mui'ii. street, Union City. Tel. 2C83. A1J of the land in four Nevada counlics is owned by l.hc federal government. Merchandise Services CKIBS — Carriages, 1'I.iy Tens, Large selection ol toys. Lowest prices in town. • BEACON KIDDIE CENTRE 73 GRAND ST. Wtby. 301) JOHN'S MUSIC SHOP We buy, null, exchange, and repair all kinds of instruments. Uow- cst prices in the city. 380-382 So. Main St., Watby, Conn. Services Vrofcsslonal Service* Solve Your COAL PROBLEM Now Install an Automatic Co.-Jl Stoker using non-restricted low cost stoker coal. Do not delay, ask for Free .Mting survey. We have new stok- cr:> on hand ready to install, also one used stoker. WATEREURY AUTOMATIC COAL BURNER CO. 3SC S. Main St. Wtby. Phone -J-45770 Service* KXCKLIJBNT KE-U PI IOIV5TBBV —Allcii'.s Upholstering Studio, 1 Grand Street, Watorliury. Dial 4-OC-15. Wauled 1'b Render Service* KLECTKICAL Jlc|>»lrlnff Service Appliances a specially. Key Decker, -102 N. Main St. Tel. 1000. ATTENTION Jtfcctrtifux Owner* —Repairs, genuine part* and service. By bonded Glcntrolux Man. I. .Nlssen, 3 T".res« Av». Telephone 4822. GKABOSKI'S Iladlo Repair Shop. Radio's expertly repaired, moderate prices. 'Phone 5017, 1O . Cleaning And I>yclng ..For Services, Sec the Want Ads KIEVMAN'S k's Great Dry CIcanlnR Firm, offers its first class dry cleaning not only in family fiar- mcnls, but, blankets, rugs aixl oilier specialties in this field. . KIEVMAN'S 70 Church Street Merchandise r<>ed And Fuel WOOD—Buy now and 'NIIVC $fl per cord. Cut any length and delivered. H. Sills, Prospect C-075tl Next To War Bonds - - - One Of The B^st Tel. 4-2762 for a LOAN <w: RKUISTKItKI) ~ Trullli-il iitlctul ani.i <ir practical nurse. Main tf-nnneo If desired. Good salary. Siahili/.iitlon j>Ian, TeJ. Wlby. •1-6K77. For Sale I''»r Sllli: imii-n.-s i.r >i room-* '•nch, nil modern ffnprovpmentjt. pro-win- built, ;', years old. F-cuson for Hi-lling, owner In service. (Ask for Mr. Wall) These, are busy days ... it you have use for CASH to mecrt seasonal neotls; Fuel, , Clothings, Emergencies, you find the telephone a Ilmr-Haver. A loan of 1:100 costs $10.00 when repaid in 12 c<!LiaI principal consecutive monthly installments, PHONE •1-2702 Suite '!"'. Investments Low Rates Large Results Want Ad Katos i Wo:-c!a 1 to 1C 10 to 20 21 to 25 2« to 30 31 to 35 3G to -!0 •11 to -15 •10 to CO 51 to 55 30 to GO Llnca 1 Day Prepaid Clmrpe S | '1 15 1 G ! 7 1 8 1 9 1 10 | 11 | 12 | .27 .3(3 .-15 .5-1 .C3 .72 .81 .90 .09 1.08 .36 AS .60 .72 .84 j .00 ; l.OS | 1.20 | 1,32 | !••>•« I 3 Dnys G Days Prepaid Chnrpp Prepaid Charge .63 .8-1 1.03 1.20 1.-17 1.6S 1.SO 2.10 2.312.52 .90 [ 1.20 | 1.50 | l.SO | 2.10 | 2.-io ; 2.70 | 3.00 I 3.30 | 3.60 | l.OS l.-M l.SO 2.16 2,52 2.SS 3.2-1 3.CO 3.0G -1.32 ' ; .J..17 1.02 2.40 2,33 3.3G 3.S-1 d.32 •l.SO 5.28 5.76 If paid within one week after insertion, advertisement will be considered as prepaid., - . ,• .~;i rontn. 1 family hou:ie, nil im- rrjvomcnt.s 3 years old, situ- M r,n 3-1 uare lund. Price SS.nOO. f J'oti want to buy or sell see ntsy r^iln-iola, 172 High street, ^onc S.I.-K or riSS-i. '. II Tnom hnamt. '£C 'T KHI-JIKC, $-1000.00. Two-family h °iiHe. HiKhltmtl avenue: two- family hoii.--f:, Ho.-idlcy street; on?-r;imily hou.Mo, Sprinj,- strocl. J"lm_ >[i.aiy, ai8 Church .street, T»\. 0031. •KW 3-ltoOM ciittiiBf, viiemit; iiiao r,.ROO.\r bungalow with '•hrt-i' ruinrtcrsi ncro land; new NWtOO.Vl irnmily house on West ^'l«. A Shi.ploy. Telephone 2-133. |1(1 'l SAM-J_Tw« family hotiso. II •oonm, 2 cnr s.-irajfo and barn, '«' impi-ovemctils. Lot 8-1 x ICn. '«••> sacrifice. Tel. 3-3-1C3, Kemtone Wall Finishes and Kemtone Trims NAUGATUCK HARDWARE Tel. 5212 ItOOM MiHi.s,.. All Improvements "f '21 Aetna street. Apply at 39 '___2<-Ulctcm nvcnun. JI Wiinli-O To Buy ^ '• IT (i room IIIIIIMI: with mod- tfnl '" lf>l ' ovcmc nts. Fairly new. ^'-O. care of News. Cl<H of ground I to !.' 1-2 in vicinity, of Naugntuck. in en IT Box V, XOWH Office. Land For Sain ' lot, 120 h v ion fi>ct on street, two miles from i n_f ; lc off New Haven road Waterburv -t-'tCfil • In Arabic countries today, It Is \ Mclli'vitd tlmt when two jicoplo * cat BKKAP loKOthor, a mystic j bond of union l.s"i>ffcc(c<l !»•- j twn-n them, thus . forming mi j niilurlng friendship! "FOUR JILLS AND A JEEP" NOW AT THE LOEW THEATER Hold on to your 'heart.. .hold on to your fum»y!>ono— here comes one of .Ihc RrandCist entertainments, ever to uoin-j out of Holly- wood—20th Century-Fox's new 'hit "Four Jills In a Jeep," now at ihc Locw Poll theater. "Four Jills in a Jeep" is packed with laughs, music, drama, romance and a roster of the jiiost bi-illiaiit stars, of Bro;u!\vjiy ;xnd Hollywood. The picture f-jature-s Kay Francis, Carole Landis. Marlha Rayc and Mitzi Jtayfair, with Jimmy Dorscy and I Tlicir'*Iovo his orchestra. John Harvey, Phil Silvers, and introduces t'Jidio's sensational sijiginjrstur, DickHaymcs, IT. his first screen role. Giiesl >-.tars include Alice Faye, Ectty Grablc, Carmen Mii-anda and George Jessul, who acts as master of ceremonies. The co-hit on this Two Eip Fea- tur-j 1'1'OKi-A.ur. is the wtory of the terrible T o u h y Ran;?, "Pw o g e i- ii^'h. Gangslcr." featuring Preston Fosler. as Touph, Victor Mc- Lag-lcn as his hcnchm;i«i, "Tile Owl',' while others in the gang in- <:lnr|i: fann-c! Hollywood bad men, Anthony Quinn, Frank Jenks, Horace MacMahon, Georpc E. SLono and John Harmon. The franfr?.lcr's ?irls also appeal- ir, the picture. They are played by Lois Andrews nd Trudy Marshall. But touffli as Toiihy and his gting were, the law was oven totighor. and Kenl Taylor as the tigiilinig District Attorney, a-s tlie (-, r ar;g's number in Ihc picture. •' " "THE WHITE CLIFFS OF DOVER" HELD AT STRAND THEATER M-G-M'S "The While Cliffs of Dover" will remain another week in Wdtcrbury, opening? today at Locw's Strand theater. The powerful love story which spans the years of World Win- I and World War II is a powerful triumph for Irene Dunne, last seen in a "A Guy Named Joe." As an American visitor ir. England, Mis.s Dunne meets Alan -Marsh/ill, falls in love with him anU after a brief courtship marries him, is idyllic but is interrupted by the outbreak of war. Marshall answers the call to arms and never gets a chance to sec-his son. Time passes quickly and another World War has interrupted many a peaceful home and Urc.sidu. Ayain Miss Dunne makes a sacrifice, sending her son off to flg-ht the Nazis this time. But this is not all. She gives unselfishly of her time, spending days and nights, on Red Cross duty ir. n British hospi- pital mortally wounded, and. with CITY BAKERY 171 Maple Street TEL. 3678 n "!l<ll n| . Shirli-v Announcement! ! ! Our Fruit and Vegetable Season Will Begin Friday, July 21 Wayside Farm Market Xacif.-iituck-W»tcrljiiry 23 CLEARANCE SALE tn.l. Her son is brought to the hos- hcr at his side, he dies. Miss Dunne's performance is by far the greatest of her great cinematic career. She {fives the warmth and color to a role that requires the utmost perfection. Supporting- her i» Alan Marshal, \v;ho also fe r ivcs a sterling account of himself, Frank Morgan is the father and Roddy McDowell, as her son in youth, and Peter Lawforfl, her son grown up. Also there are such fine actors as Lake Erie and Lake On'ario are '• C, Aubrey, Dame May Whitty, x'.mosl exactly splil. in half by the j Gladys Coooer and Eli-/.abclh Tay- bordcr between the United States ; ' or An unusually fine surrounding program completes the Strand bill. A new "Romance in Celluloid," tracing 20 years of leadership in a f,-rcat industry is the M-G-M fca- lurettc, "20 Years After." Latest. Fox Movietone News and ah M-GM color cartoon are a.lso a part of the bill at the Strand starting- today. By KOY CRANE BUZ S.VWVKH NOTHING. BV THf t WAY, A KW DUTCH REFUGCC$«REHIMNG OKTHEISIANP. ALSO, SOME NATIVE BANDITS, OR PATRIOTS, LED BY SOMEONE CALLED IFTM6 WORST H»Pt>tNS.VDU' MIGHT TRY LOCATING THEM. EXACTLY. WELL, TM GLAD YOU'Ri TAKING IT SO CAIMLY. I'M COINS TO THE VILLAGE AND SEE WHAT CAN Bt DONE. REMAIN HERE. IF I'M NOT BACK 8Y SUNDOWN WELL, YOU'D BETTER RON POR THE TAIL MOUNTAINS AND PRAY FOR A QUICK INVASION. ISN'T THERE ANYTHING I CAN DO TO HELP, SIR? I'M NOT TRYING TO ALARM YOU, SAWYER. BUT DO VOO KNOW WHAT IT MEAM$,IF WE FAIL TO CONTACT VANaEET? CERTAINLY, SIR. OUR MISSION'S A FIOR AND. WE HAVE NO GAS FOR A' RETURN FLIGHT. PAUfc ROBINSON ON HER VACATION.* THAT CALLCOST^ BUCKS / HANG MEAN//AS VjL- •- HOW MUCH IS THAT CALL? SHEONLY LIVES OOWM HtSTSEET.' WHAT HANG UP. 2 WE ONLY _ , BEEN 'CHINN/M'A HALF- HOUR/ 1 =r nf^—-, 5OAT..* ! THE I By KOBEKT STORS* SHOT IN SELF-DSFEN5S, D.'ON'T WE COPS'lL N5VSR 7IVO55 T1VOI £3=7 O,Vi 3ACK TO TH5 CL'JS PU55V5 GONE! Y SO(M£ThilN'e5 \ |A HALF-/HH.6 DOWN THE ROAD I LOOKED Ail I POTTEN, H£EE.' \R f LJC , BLUE-JAW, I-I KO AH&Ei, BUT' vou've •TWO /H6N .' J DON'T BAltNKV GOOGI-K AND SNUFFY SMITH By B10-V DE BKCK d Canada, about one~half of each n^,' in cacii country. LOOKY VJOURT I FETCMEO PORE WM'T VXJOP-O TOCKYN UNUV SNUFFN SO LONG DING N\GH IN ft SEW nnd SAVE with MURPHY'S YARD GOODS 25c - 69c yd Mako longor - wearing, hotter - looking c I o th o * from this bright assortment of patterns, colon and' 1 ', fabrlcj. G.C. MURPHY Co. CHURCH ST; Xniijrutiick, Conn. UlilCK BBAUFOIID 'b'RATDA'5.GROUP ENTE&5 TH ; E PALACE GATE5- y THEY'LL BE BACK IN A MATTER OF MINUTES - JE'VE GOT TO RUN.FOR IT/ ' World War A Year Ago July. 21, 1943 BUY WAK BO>"DS AND STAMPS American and Canadian troops capture. Ennu, in the center of Sicily; Wiore' than half of. Sicily is now in Allied hands. •:. British Eighth Army meets fierce enemy opposition around Catania. Pope Pius XII 1 sends letter to the Vicar General of Rome, dc- porliifr damage resulting from raid on city. • ••.-.-' • •.. Allied fliers drop 133 tons of bombs on Japanese-hold Bairoko Harbor on Now Georgia, eight miles from Munda. ; ' Gen, Charles de GaulJo declares tliat the Fijjhting French movement is a non-polHical'' revolt nprainst the Germans—will be discontinued when France is Jib'er- atcd. —:— By WILLIAM RITT and CLARENCE GKAff MIFGGS AND SKEKTEU WAI.LY BISHOP IF you AREN'T AFRAID OF RATS-ITS POLL OF RATS. IM THAT 5O PLAY" IM MAYLOFT IM THE

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