Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on July 26, 1944 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, July 26, 1944
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 26; 1944 NAUGATUOK DAILY NEWS Page An Inexpenstv^ Warttedrf o^Rent AcH Is The "Flat Finder Employment Wunti-il—Fi-nwle Nlllllll d. Call 9-12-1 TTiom- union. K— KmwrlrnciMl <m Sln- SI-WHIR Machine for stllp cov- * r< anil upholstering. Allen's Up- hoi ,U'ring Studio. 1 Grand St., jr. S. Muln. Stabilization Plnn. for GIRLS el.-iin bench work. Hours Co. M RUBBER AVE. Announcements V\':inti'<l—Mule or I'Yinnle — SII.K PHKSSKR. DRY r-rfANKK, KOUT1S DRIVER. TpPI.V 1'CKITAX CLEANERS AN'D PYKKS. T.9 UNION ST. jjj,; \VATEREURY. For Sale llDIISI'M I'llT SlUt! Mutis.'. All |iii|iri>vt<illfiil« 'at I-' Aetna slreut. Apply tit 391 ;<,VUl'''on averuio. fOK s-AI.K—Two fiinilly lioiwti, 11 rooms. 'J car Kiirnge and barn Ail Improvement.*. I-ot S-l x 1UO At n sac rifle c. Tel. 3-M03, Bridgeport. 2 ONK-FAMII.V houses of -I rooms 'each, all modern ImprovemenlH p':v-w;ir built, 3 years old. Reii.ion for swlllnfr, owner in service J5.JOO. C room, 1 family house, all Im- provumcnts also 3 yenrs old, sltu- ftted on 3-4 acre land. Prlon $8,000 If you want to buy or sell sec Putsy [Jibriola, 172 Hlfc'h street Phonf 34.1S or 583-1. yY.W X-KOOM r.nttuKi', vuoiint " alao .'i-ROOM bunyulow with !ftrei> quarters acre land; new ID-ROOM S-ftimily house on West side. A Shi>pU-y. Telephoni! 2-133 TOL'K ROOM house. on«> ucrc of land, Wooster streut. Price S3,- 300; »-rooni hoi|-->. Scott street, lot 72 x '.M7. Price J-1800; C-room, 1-family liouse. Ward St. John J. H.-riiy. telephone E031. WnntcO 'J'o Buy SniAI.I. plot of gronnil 1 to a 1-2 iiCM'.t In vicinity, of Naugatuclt. Write In care Box 'P. News Ottlco. Hind For Sulc lot. li!0 by IW> 1net on Shirley street, two miles from Jfjuigutuck olT New Haven i-oacl. Price JIM. Call Waterbury -I--IOS1, 7lv To ROOM ANII HOAIlll. SINGLK MEN ONLY. INQUIRE 23 HOTCHKISS ST. For Rent JtooiiiM To CKNTKAI.I.V located furnished room for gt-ntleman. Apply 18 fiurnum court. I'nr Ui-nt AJ'AHT.MKNTS, I uiul 2 rooms; furnished. The Chas, Roen--gar- t»n Co.. 33 Leaven worth St, Tel. Wntcrbury 3-1.11-1. lOa CuruiCf I'or llttnt GAKAGK, .1X1 Mrstilnw St.. rtsir. Inciuire Ralph S. Fosho, care of Gum Theater or Walter A. Nor- wanh, cure of Norwnsh Shoe Store. That incojni.- tax any will 'be Hi-omul ngain before we know It. k Hiwp more than enough to meet II; use a Is'i.-w.s Want Ad to rent your f.'.xtra room. proposals will be received at the office of the Supervisor of Purchaws, Room 40$, State- Cap- Itol, Hartford, for furnishing the following, not later than 10 a, in. a, w. t., August 1,-19.14, fresh for state institutions for fhe week of July 30 '2 p. in. a. w. t., August 1, 194-1, ituroiMiud coarse siund J'or the town of New London; crushed stone for the town of Mansfield; crushed stone for the city of Merlden; all' compressors, for the State Highway Department; concrete mixers for th« Stale Highway Department 2 p. m. e. w. t., August 2, 19.1-1, window washing for the Department of Livbor 2 p. m. e. w. t., 'August 3, 194-1, comminution ticket books for the H.artford Bridge Commission; canned salmon for state institutions; 1000 copies of reports of tile Post-War Planning Board 2 p. m. e. w. t., August -I. J9-|-|. registration certificates for the Department of Motor Vehicles 2 p, -ni. e. w. t.. August 7. 19-14. 12 oil burning type tar kettles for State Highway Dept. 2 p, m. e. w. t., August S, 19-14, canned peas for state institutions Specifications find proposals will be furnished by the Supervisor of Purrhases upon request. The Supervisor of Purchases reserves the right to reject any mud all bids. Bidder.* may -be presont !U opening of bids. Edward C. Geissler, Supervisor of Purchases.' LIQUOR PERMIT Notice of Application This Is to give notice that I, Charles J. Lodge of 27 Buebe street, Naugatuck, Conn., have tiled an application dated July 24, 1944 with the Liquor Control Commission for a Package Store permit tor the stile of alcoholic liquor on the premises at '10 South Main street, Naugatuck, Conn. The business is owned by Mary A. Dukes of 79 Homestead avenue, Naugatuck, Conn., and will be conducted by Cluirk'S J. Lodge of 27 Beebe street, Naugatuck, Conn,, as permittee. CHARLES J. LODG.E. Dated July 24, 1044. Automotive 14 Autos l-'or Sail) DODCfE' — PLYMOUTH ATJTHOKIZED Sales Soi'Vico PIII-IE. Accessories Malcolm AY. • Stan 1 Corp. ••ISK Wntcrtown Avis. 'Dial 5-11-ifl Iti Autos Wunted OLD CARS WANTED FOR JUNKING! Call 3-8084 from 7 a. m. to 7.ip, m. 3-lS'IU—7 p. m, to 10 p. m. Contractors Merchandise! 22 J'ulntlng PAl'E'H HANGING and W. F, Cola, 17 Cedar Street. Tel. !J40!j. Merchandise Machinery, Electric TEN Cun Milk Coolnr— Complete and milk bottler. A. -C. Anderson, 28 Household Article's••' NINE 1 PIEGK; W»linit (lining room ; set for'sale. ; Call'3133. ' : 1UUTCR. ;GAS i BANGE..., .GOOD CONDITION;, ;CALL' ' GLENWOOD Combination: oil and gas rarige j :in very good'condition. . Silent Glow,,burner. Call 4315. M.14L4 11111IV LMJI. LIU I , .rt.. Vw. .TLf IUU1 BU1I. - ----- ^ - - _ . 173 Center street, Thomaston, BAW_Cttr nelitii, Pluy |,«n»; ImUll- 'netts, cribs.v'hlgh chairs, Kantwet mattrcssfi«,-Hoys-.' •• . Conn IK Motorcycle*, Bicycles BICVCLK, very KllRhtly u»<!d, Co H t $32.50. With basket and 'lock. Camplele, $20.00. Tel. 28-17. Merchandise "!> Wanted To Buy (' A "-J T-l' for Your MUSICAL, O 7.V O J.J. INSTRUMKNTS . Mecca Music .Co. 203 Bank 4-1(122 HANK nafi: tfejionit I>O.VOH waiitctl. Highest cash prices pifid. Wire collect, write or phone you hiwo to offer, j: E. Murphey, Republic 'G08'1, 815 Yeatman Avc., Webster Groveu 19, Mo. MIsci-flaiiroilH WAR SONDS Londoners Relax In 1 New Shelter And Found KvtMi tilt- Nii'/.l rolint flying linnilis can't luilt Londoners from onjoy- injr tlii'insi'lvt'S. A couple is shown duncinj; to music provided l»y u . r;idl» liimls|)o:il»i:r III onu of tho >\t-.w slioltc-rti opunod wlwn' robot lioinlis IK.-K.UI to full ircrnlly on thu .English uiipitul. (Inturnutloiml) IIAVIXC LOST i>i,v (r.»-i ration Ijoolc A, Issued to me by the local I'dtionlng board, I hereby fi application for a .new one. THOMAS COXNOLLY HAVING LOST iny ({as ratio hook A issued me by .thp loc, nitionlng board, I hereby J'ile ap plication for a new one. WILLIAM P.ADO Uli Oppurtunltios [•'INK cxchislvi; rt'irord anil miisl store. One of the in th scute. Good storu locution. Owi cr hus oilier butiiness. A rcul oj portunity. Box K, In care of Th News. Ol/K HUSLVKSS consists i.f Hire staffer; opening-, closing 1 an inuru^L-nic-nt, Thi-4 is a real O] portunity to own your own bus ricHs. Call Watby. -1-1003. Aniioiincoinnnts MONUMENTS Special prices on All Memorial* V, RICHARDS 260 So. Alain St NauR'aiuck Automotive 14 AutON l'~or Snle PACKARD I9'!0 Willys Sedan 1938 Ford Tudor "PRICED BELOW CEILING" l J ;idciin:l-~\Vaterl.mry, Inc. 182 Water-town Avenue Dial -1-010 I1W5 IJODOK Swlun, iM'Utur un RCA radio. Good condition, $200 Apply 37 New street cor. HI1 side ave. Want Ads have a million uses— one for you, now! PRIVATE BUCK Tho<il» lor lh« I n»v«r did lik* Marching for mines with my foot!" ... Transport Arm Of Naval Air Compiles Book • Olathe, Kan. (UP)—Four persons from the Naval Air Transport Service Spun. dror. Three, with headquarters at tfic Naval Air St.i- tion hu[-e. are now tra\-eling in a 2S.OOO-riiile trip which will take them to every Naval Air Transport Squadron between here ar.d tht> Southwest Pacillc ,-ind between Onklnnd, Cal. .and the Aleutian Islands. ' Th« party, headed by Lt. Bernard C. Capchart of liathe and Dutchf-ss county, M. Y.. left here June 2S on its 'in-day journey after which it will make a similar trip East to all Souih American. African, and ISurnpeiin divisions of N.'iva! Air Transpoj-t S'ervico. The purpose of tho trip is to secure pictures and feature material about all Naval Air Transport Squadrons for publication in a book to be called "The War Log" of Naval Air Transport Service—a service which speeds vital war materials to the battle /.ones. Other- members of the party are Lt. (j. g.) George R. Garrison, on temporary additional duty from Naval Air Transport Service Squadron ]2 in the Pacific; Havry Kaufman ,1-c photographer's mute of the Olathe Naval Air Station Photo Lab, whose home is ai Kansas City, Mo.; and James H. Hogan, 1-c yeoman of Kansas City. Mo. The party is flying on regularly of the Nival Air Transport Service, Lt, Capehart, a Squadron Three plane commander with approximately 5.000 pilot hour's, was aviation editor of Collier's magazine and has been an announcer at t'ho National Air Races in Cleveland. He was also editor of "Check-point," a yearbook published by Squadron Three. The high command of the Naval Air Transport Service ordered 'The War Log" compiled us a morale-building factor for the entire personnel of the Naval Air Transport Service after study of the 'Check-point" publication. New Gas Aids Production Of Plane Parts Urges Families Not To Quiz Veterans On War Deeds State Colieftc, Pa. (UP)—W'lien Pittsburgh—(UP)—Crn.ition n .f a. now furnnce ga-s, c;ilied Endoyus, in Wi;.stinjr(.onhoiisc Electric & Mnnul'i'ictui'in^ Co.'s laboi-itories, has proven ,-i boon to plane parts m:inuufn.cturers. By usin^ Kridoprns, steel textures arc uncl'.an^'ecl in process hent- ti'eutin^, for it jitnces 11 j^rotectivn sheen over the metal's surface, ki-epinx Ciirbon-hunRry oxygen from chemically changinR t-he in- mir structnro. JDnclof;ns, Westinfrhousc scientists sny, is made frnm <i combination oj? ordj/jar.\' il]umi'n;.HJn£ tf^s. JiJr and hunt. It. is exceptionally proll- cient in the harclonin;; of steel parts for nil manner of mechanisms. However, Endows has nr. opposite known as Monoids. Through the of Monoffas, many stue.' and copper filloys, formerly too j stiff or touvrh properly to work. '; no\v can l>e sol'teneci to any desired .singe. Rich in nitrogen, both gases are employed in cither softening or hardeninf,' steels and alloy products. Another of the KQS family created in \Vestinp house's laboratories is Exojvas, a line vapor- also used in the softeninff processes of copper and aluminum alloys. Bxo- t::iti' main use today is ihe proper ti-eatmont of gi:n clips and steel billets, from which bullets are maile. Any other method would produce such chemical reaction in the alloy's structure that it would he necessary to machine and "pickle" the material. Although all three of these gases now are Tiein>, r utilized to hasten the war's end by producing tougher and lighter plane and machine purls, a new vi.sta has been.opened by .such uses, It is possible new atmospheres may be developed wliich will create vast expansion in the tool and die trade, .• ; •' Recently, it was found Endogns will knit finely pulverized grainsjof metal together that have been prc T viously pressed into any required shape. Powder metallurgy, an ancient art,, through the use of Endo- g.-is, has been rejuvenated through the applied science of In-boratory plus skill for man's benefit. • • Spanish Card Game our son or daughter, father orun-l Qfill Plo\7Arl Tn TT returns from 'serving overseas. OUI1 L id -y e « -HI U. le t Is best to let memories alone, 5r. George E. Simpson, Pcnn«yl- ania State College'.! sociology pro- essor, hfus suggested. The returning 'sorvioeman is not nterested in what has been, but vhat lies ahead, tlie sociologist aid. Instead of the "toll me nil bout it" atltudc, families should ersuade veterans to use their war xpurlcnces toward civilian activi-, es. Ho should be fully Informed n community, political, and tech- ological developments. Veterans w*nt to forget, that is 'hy. Dr. Simpson stresses, they lOiilel be taken into the communi- es' immediate problems irvstotid C thrusting them Into a "special" la-is because thuy have served In •ar. I-lingham, Mass. (UP)—Probably tho leai't played game iiv the United States is a 200-year-old Spanish card name sLi-11 played once a week 'by ;i group of Hing-ham businessmen, '''••'/ It's called Ombre and was liahd- ded down from the great-great- grandfather of one 1 of the present- players. The game dates back to tho 15th i-.entury aind takes ' 'Its name from the word El Hombrc. or the man who plays a lone hand up to a certain point. The game !?• so complicated that only a handful of persons know the rules well enough to. play. _ __ .THE RADIO, SHOP,. 180. Grand St. CKIBS _ carrhigos, Way J'c,»,, • • .'.-xVntcr.Durv .•••••. f •: _ ^ ^ _____ -r _______ ^*. . , • Wator.buVy'; iaTJi ,. ,li;ome IurnlNlilnB» bought Tor cash. Higjicst prices paid for .electric refrigerators, w.aaherg,' a'hd stoves, regardless of condition." '." • ''".' '• Francis Fimiitiire ; Co. 4-19 .NORTH 'MAIN STRKET Telephone 3000 TIIKKK |ili!«!u.Mii|>lc living room • suite, .spring- lllled buck and seat cushions. Good condition. Very reasonable. 11 South View. Tel. 5429. Large selection' of toys. Lowest prices In town. Rl'IAPOV KIDDIE CENTRE 4 J 73 GRAND ST. Wtby. BABY CAHUIAGK. A-1 condition. Tel. 4000. ONE STORK Refrigerator, slioer n.nd scnles. T. J. Mom.ambaDlt, 032 Norl.h Main street, Union City. Tel. 2CS3. If you vaiiu; something you loso, don't hesitate—phone 2228 at once and order a News Lost Ad. It's youir best bet, Merchandise Services ISOI) .'»un:cal JOHN'S MUSIC .SHOP R l»iiy", Hell, exchange, :ind repair all kinds of instruments. Lowest prices in the city. 3SO-382 So. Main St., Watby, Conn. Services . Local And Private Instructors • DINA SCHOOL OF MUSIC STUDIOS — 4-M28 553 South' Main—11 Wilson Street J^iano -.Voice - Mandolin Children, Adults, Advanced, Beginners. Rapid Piano Co,ursl: for Adults Cattln And Swine C.OOD JERSEY COW for wile. Call at 32 H'oadloy street, Naugn- tuck. Wanted To Jlcnilcr Sorvlcem HI^SCTBICAL Repairing Scrvlea Appliances a specially.,..;!Ray Decker, 402 N. Main SL TeU 40«> onn -JOB PAINTING • A- J. Kudzma. Call Niuig. 4366 after 5 p .m. ATTK.VTIOW jacctrirfiix Ownnn —Re palm, genuine part* • ind service. By bonded Electrolux •Man. I. Nlsscn, 3 T«;reii» Av«. Telephone 4822. GKABOSKI'S Radio Itepoir Shop. Radio's cxporlly repaired, moderate prices. 'Phone 5817. . 4(1 Cleaning And 3>rol'«:ssional Services KIKVMAN'S j<aiifjalucJi's Great Dry Cleaning Firm, offers its first class dry cle.ining not only in family car- mcnts, but blankets, rugs and other specialties In I his field. KIEVMAN'S 16 Church Street LKNT nEUI'IIOI.STEK- ING and slip covers. Amazingly low prices. Allen's Upholstering Studio. Maslcrcr/ift artists. 1 Grand St. Waterbury. Dial -J-OG40! BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS By ROY CRANE 1JUZ SAWYER HA, HA?-YOU CHOOSE NOT TO TEll. SO HAPPY. IN THIS PLACE ARE NOT MANY AMUSEMEHT. TO WATCH YANKEE SUFFER, NICE AMUSEMENT. YOU TELL WHERE is PLANE GIVT QUICK DEATH. NO PA IN. VERY NICE. VQU MAKE-TROUBLE, t GIVE SLOW DEATH. MUCH PAIN. EITHER WAV, I MAKE SURE TAKE CHOICE WHAT ARE YOUft TERM CHAUFFEUR O BUT VI 3 COME SUCH FINE, BRAVE VANKEt SPY, $0 HAPPY YOU HERE. Y1SS. YISS. YOU WISH r KILL YOU QUICK, OR SLOW? THERE S NO PLANE. I LANDED IN A RUBBER BOAT FROM A SUBMARINE. By PAUL ROBINSON WSLLO MISS KETT.f WE'VE J] M=T BEFORE ATTHE =-*•{ - FRONT."-KMOVM A FELLAKj BURKE :'MEA!?D LETS SEE •YOUR HOW ABOUT DECORATING ME WITH A i LITTLE LIP- MR.KETT.." — IDEA/TURNING \MOUNDED- TriOUGHrVCiJ . HI2H IN FOAMCE. THE OFFICE MEET MY DAUGHTER I HOME.SOLOIE SECKIiT.AGKNT X9 By ROBERT STOBM VOICE, TWE AGENT SPfAKS HAND TALKIE.- AIN'T LIKE PU6GY TO 60 TSLKP ON W/VKM ,..HEY, PUG! you W£«e,/w rue BARN1 BLUE-JAW/ BLUE-JAW! IS IS AH ASEHT OF THE FEDEBAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION! HI WV£ YOU SURROUNDED.'... UAUNEV GOOGf.E AND SNUFFY SMITH By BILLY OOVMOV 1 UK BECK ws MV eooNoeo OUTV TO TUftT SHE GL«r FROtVN SNUFF V VUUZ NOTUIN' BUT TROCK5 BRTCK BBADFOKD By WILLIAM RITT and CLARKNCK GRAf IF ONE OF THOSE BIRDS COMES IN BEFORE WE'RE OUT OF SIGHT MUGGS AND SKEliTER VMAU./TICKLE' MAMi -TOE-S!.' THE Three dozen > dried about one pound. weigh i By WAt.t.Y BISIttP * SOCKED &Y * BUTCH" SMITH/.'

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