Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on August 15, 1944 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Tuesday, August 15, 1944
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TUB&DAYrAUQUST 15. 1944 NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS Page Seven Fall Elections Are Near But As Usual News Want Ads Get The Winning Vote! Next to Nothing Yes, 63c Next. Id nothing \vlion you ivalixu iill tlio nionoy you c;iu •;•(.> I in iv t u ni for a ,'? d;iy ;< line Waul Ad. u Announcements And Found POCKET book lost, with niniiity, «ns ration book. 103 Hijrh strcc't, i Contractors PARTIAL jiluti 1 . -I tooth. Sunday u ' U.S. R.-outing. JO reward. Ploas call r>r.75. Employment Help Wanted— WOMEN PART TIME 7 tn 12 A. M. or 12:30 to 5:30 P .M, LIGHT, CLEAN BENCHWORK HisJon Mt'g. Co. 2100 Sn. Main St., Waterbury WOMA>* for hoiuicwork. 5 houm throe days a week. Reply Box H, Care of The News. 2ti Ili'lp Wanted — M;il ( > or 1-Vinalo iM.M.J- r.r,.(.n J'oelo-tlioolc 11 U. S. outinR dunce hall. Con lained wallet and money. Phone SOW. Announcements MONUMENTS Special prices on All Memorial* IV. KICHA.RDS 200 So. Main St .N'tiugatuck Automotive Autos For Sale I'AKT TIMvjlKI.I 1 KOH S ACE FACTORY. ARMOUR CO. WATKRBURY. DO.DGE — PLYMOUTH AUTHORIZED Sales Service Parts, Accessories Malcolm W. Starr Corp. •ISS Watertown Avc, Dial 5-11-16 l!»3ti FOHt> CAR. A-1 uoiulltlon, all Kood tires. Call 2-lOS after •1:30 p. m. For Sale JToiiNcit Tor Suit! >'INK room. 2-fnnilly IIOII.M- for sale, frnrnirc n.nd nice bnrn. LarRo lot, bip enouph for 3 more houses, Dimentlons 123x270, F.'ice.i on fond.-i, .Vice location. PiUsy Lnbrl- nlo, Renltor, 172 Hlgh'St. l j hone SS3-1 or 34OS. M1N.K room, ono ,fninlly houj**' located on North .^fain struct, hot water furnace, hai-dwcocl floors. Telephone 2C1P 1U Auto* \Viintctl ;if;HT ro"m, a-f:iinil,v AJI inipi'ovements, In good condition. 2-cnr garage and lat'RQ lot. Price W.700, Also 12-room 2-family house, paniKP and extra bullcl- inc lot, Price $8.300. A. Shcpley. Tel. 2-133, PACKARD "A safe place to buy" Packard-AVatorbury, Inc. •182 Watertown Avenue Dinl -1-C109 I'AI'EK HANGING mid Pn W. F. Cola, n Cedar Street Tel. 0-151). Merchandise 'Hou.sohold Articles Merchandise And Fuel WOOD for '.salt; for stove, fiirnno« and fireplace. Marry -Edwards Burton Road, Beacon FO. Phone Naiiftuluck -M-I7. OKDKK Now—For limited sup|)l> of seasoned wood. Also field stones, feand, gravel, one cc-al rang:;, one gus range, onc^watcr heater and numerous other items. .Light trucking- and moving. Dhil 2302 after -L p. m. G. Sallnardi. CSS So. Main Street. Merchandise -Household Articles BABY—Car seuts, l>iny pens, liiitlil- netts, cribs, high chairs, Kantwot mattresses, toys. THE RADIO SHOP ISO Grand St. Wntcrbury TJ-; li o in e fur bought, foi- cash. rii[;-'iest prices paid Cor electric rel'n^urator.s, washers, and stoves, reward less of condition. ODE 33rd A.NNUAL AUGUST SALE Is Now doini;' On Hero's Your C'lianec To Buy And Sa.vo Hcru we go with more super values for August! • While the supply lasts some of you first comers will snatch up unbelievable bargains in fine living- room suites bedroom, suites and ijuality dining room furniture. This • 1'urniiure comprises one of our biggest, purchases, a pre-war purchase ,that has made our selections larger; now than 'over before. Included ,in ; -this great event are bedroom-'suite*-' in great . variety . . . period^'styles, modern, and Swedish . Modern','^;al- iiost any kind or suite you.-co*ti. l d A-ish for . . . dinette suites 'galore . . tind 'a tremendous sclcction'--;of occasional pieces, kitchen furniture, vig-s and floor-coverings,'.and tru'r- c-ry furniture. There is furniture O! 1 every room and most needs. Jt-e t-hL-su- outstanding values now Albert's and SAVE! Gi'111'K.'Cf.ici.lf, '.S L.'ll'yCSt Fiirnil.ui'e Store A-L-'tf-E-.R-T-S -C>S Smith Main St. Merchandise Wanted ro-'ISuy WOULD like to..(jet 'some things to 'help make up my auction, Labor Day, auoh as. ,old g-lass dishes, .uh-air.;, small tables, old , vases or. any oUV.thjpjjs, especially smiall items.' ''Fred Church Is'augiatuck, Tclephono-' -16-18. Merchandise 30 BANK unto tlcpoitlt fiK 1 - -iviwitcd. Highest cosh prices paid. Wire collect, .write or phono what you have- to offer. J, E. .Murph'ey, Republic ' C08-I, 815 Yeatman Avc., Webster 'Groves 19, Mo. I1IAMONDS And Old Gold Bought. Watch repairing:- our specially. GRAND JEWELRY 112 Grand Street Dial G-OOS2 Articles For Sale • ,.FAMOUS . . . WAXON FURNITURE POLISH '$l',25-'f|t Write or'phone -1-15.W '\VAXON POT/FSB. CO. . SS Beverly Avc. Watortaury, Conn. CRIBS—Youthbedx, Baby Baskets, Carriages, Play Pens, Bassinets. Large selection of toys. Lowest prices in town. - • BEACON KIDDIE CENTRE 73 GRAND; ST. Wtby. SOb Atunrcai JOHN'S MUSIC SHOP We buy, soil, exchange, nnd repair all kinds of instruments'. Lowest prices in the city,.380-382 So. Main St., Watby, Conn. Education Instruction* LEARN SCIENTIFIC MASSAGK, Good fiold Masseurs needed. Evening- classes. Write for free booklet. College Ma-ssa^c, 77 Plaza', Bridgeport. Services 37 BijNlncxH Service* Rendered Services ProfOHXionnl GRABOSKIJE'S Itiullo Rftfwlr Shop. Radios expertly repaired, moderate prices. Phone 0617. CUSTOM REUI'IIOLSTERCVG ~ Special 2-piecc Suito ..:... <09 GRIFFIN UPHOLSTERING CO. Naugatiick 4690 AUTO PAINTING. COMPLKTE JOBS REASONABLE. ALSO SIMONIZING. JIMMIE'S GARAGE. WATEREURY -5-1203, Education 31 Local And' 1'rlvnle Inxtructorti DINA SCHOOL OF MUSIC STUDIOS—WATBY. 4-3028 • 03. South Main—11' Wilson Street Pinno — Voice — Mandolin Children, Adults, Advanced, Beginners. Rapid Piano Course for Adults Manufacturing increased 1,693 | per cent between 18G9 and 3833 The _ greatest 'Flat-Finder'; a i while the population coined 41 per Francis Fnniitnro Co. •!-J9 >'ORTH 4MAIN STRRET Telephone 3000 Tunis has a population ot about 219,000 in, normal times. Of these ' KIGHT-I'IK'CE OAK J) 1 .N I >'(.; and 03,000 '• KOOM SET. CALL, AFTER -I P. • M. 2U09. 00.000 are Frenchmen are Mohammedans. ICIi Iwx in KUI>(I coiaiitton for sule. Apply 50 Coeii Si. 2!» Witiitutl' T<i Buy C "\ S 11 fo: ' Yo '"' MCSICAL j:\fecca Music Co, 203 Banl: -1-1-122 Says Government Regulations Hard On Small Plants TWO family IHHIM- on Illj;li[nn(l avenue, Two family house on Scott street. Four room, one family house, 1 acre lund on \Vooster .street. Price 53,300. John Healy. Tol. ,">cm. U'iin«r<l To Buy OXK, Two mid thn-c fitmlly IIOII.HCS wanted. Also farms and lots. Tel. 0031. O- A Year Ago World War August 15,1943 (By 1'iiiti-d I'n-ss) U. S. IS'avy announces loss of the 1,700-ton destroyer Aladclox. th 1,300-ton stibrniirinc Pickerel, the minesweeper S-'iitinel, the submarine chaser PC -iDfJ, the submarine rescue vessel Redwing, and tho gunboat Plymouth. In the Salomons. Allied ['Hers b/<g •IS Japanese planes in single day. Red Army ca|iun-o.s Karachev. along with 70 other places in the Bryansk area. In Sicily, British capture Fiurne- Froddo and Pk-ilimonte. cutting off the main escape routu (ram S.-m- ' dox::o to the.- SIMI. VK JIAVK for I-2-S fnrolly houses. Jos. V. Rosko, 3 Union St. Tel. '1928-2032. Land For Salu LOT Tor will. mi I'rospi-ct strri-t. 7. r ) x :137 feet. Call Xaligatuck 2031. WitntPd To .Knit J'TVK rniini rent or slnclr (ionic hy local nales representative. Wanted to rent. Add fens Box L, C.'iro of The iN"e\vs. Hartford, Aug. 15—(UP)—A report or. a survey of Cor.nccticnt's small Industries llr.cls :hat the plants are operating under a so- called "unfriendly atmosphere" of excessive governmental regulations and restrictions. Miss Eleanor Little of the Slate \V'a.r Council's Manufacturing committee reported an the survey at. a conference ot Connecticut industrialists, members of congress ar.d members of the War Council. According to Miss Little, there is | British RAF' bombs Milan, "little incentive to do business and plant operators are complaining still less to expand." She says small about: Excessive governmental regulations in unintelligible language, Inability to set up reserve funds :'or reconversion after the war; threatened competition from newly-built and more ctticieat plants in other sections of the country; and uncertainty of how government-owned surpluses will be disposed of after the war. Strike At The Electric Boat Co. Continues N"ews Want Ad. . JACK O'BRIEN—WELDING 281 So. Main St. Walcrbury Tel. Nautr. 2521—Watby. 4-8-118 Professional Service* EXCELLENT ING and slip- covers, Amazingly low pi-ices. Allen's Upholstering ' Studio. Mastercraft artists. 1 Grand St. Waterbury. Dial 4-OG45 39 Wanted To Itendcr Service* ELECTRICAL Repairing Scrvlca Appliances R specialty. 'Ray Decker, 402 Is'. Main St- Tel. 4000. ATTENTION Jttoccrofux Owner* —Repairs, genuine P»rU »nd •ervicc. By t>orded Electrolux Man. I. Nlnscn, 3' T-!re»* Av«. Telephone 4822. • tn Cleaning KIEVMAN'S J^aujjaluck's Great Dry denning Firm, offers it« first class dry cleaning- not'only .in family, gar- RED top insulating wool. All typeM'. j ments. but blankets, ru>js and otti« ' cunt in the .same period. Installed if desired. T. J. Mon- tambault, 530 No. Main St. Union City. Tel. 2G83. er spcciolties in this field. KIEVMAN'S . 76 Church Street BUZ SAWYER By ROY CR.VNU Ass't. Chairman Of Republican Group Resigns Tel. 4-2762 for a LOAN (A«k tnr Mr. 'VVnll) These are busy days ... If you have use for CASH to moot seasonal needs: Fuel, Clothings, Emergencies, you will find the telephone a groat tlmf-saver, A loan of Sinn rn<us .-510.50 when repaid in 12 equal principal consecutive monthly Installments. -_^_ r'HO.N'E f f ' • -1-2762 Weavers In Thompsonville Plant Strike Thompsonville. AUK. 15—(UP) — Striking weavers of tho Eipelow- Sanfnrrl Carp<-> Mills in Thompson- villc say they are froing to remain away from work until their j?r!ov- anco is sntllot!. The weavers walked out of the plant in protest, app/nst. a reported reduction of $-1 a week in their pay. Thn strikers say the War Labor Board has ordered the company to rofsorn tho original pay rate, but tho company hasn't done it. Hartford. Aujr. M — (U P>— The assistant chairman -o:' the Republi- <-ar. Stntc Central committee has resigned. former State Senator Frank Sinimor.^ of I£n!'ield — who was appointed assistant chairman by former State Oiairmjvm J. .Kenneth Bradley — is said to have submitted his resignation when Bradley resigned two wacka a^'o. The Republican Slate Central committee will .moot Thursday to set clntcs for various party conventions which will complete t.lifl slate cS nominees for the Nov. 7th elections, Groton. Conn,. Aug. 30—(UP) — The- strike .'it the Electric Boat comp.-iny called by ihn Independent Shipbuilding and M-jtriric Kngi- i:i!i!rs unm.'i, i.s continuing after ;ui aMompt a t arbitration f.'iilnd. Company and uninn offii-inls differ as to the extant of ihe strike, A company .spokesman claims that only about 9.W at' the 3300 kvorkors or, the night shift were ibsrnt for "unlcp.nwn 3'ca.sons." while union- leaders c-laim that T-.OI-Q Ulan halt' of the workcre arc- on strike. -Metinwhile. Groton town officials lia\-e placed a ban tin tho sale of all alcoholic bovorage.^ and an- .i-.oup.cij tbat the ban will remain for the duration of ths strike. New York Sun War Correspondent Reported Captured WU ARE FOND OF YOUNG MAN WHO ISS FAR AWAY t SEE HIM LEAVING SHIP. I SEE A PARK AND > BE TRUSTED. SUB— f CANNOT OONTINUC/ SHE ISS NOT TO NO, NO. HO,' THAT IS* AIL? PIER FOPAIP ME. BEAUTIRJl WOMAN ENTERING HISS LIFE. THERE ISS DANGER. MUCH DANGER. SHE—, 9 SEES All. TELLS ALL.' ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON ii THERE HE IS." FIX YOUR WIG AND STICK*ACT LIKE YOU'RE MOTWER.' SECRET AGEXT X9 By ROBERT STOBXr .London, Aug. :fi— I'UP)—The Nazis claim to lutvr; captured a war coi-i'L-Si)ondijn t c(' I.h<; NCNV York Sun. Thn i-nemy broadcast lists him as a Mr. Cowan, cnptured in northern France. Possibly, the Gorman ' I'Opor-L refers to Gault Mc-, \vho has been covering the French campaign for the Sun. But thrri! is no confirmation f:-om Allied sources. • . South America is two-thirds ns - Florida, sponge fisheries have an JUST LIKE BLUE-JAW 70 LET W6 BUNCH SOAK UP LEAD IN THc BACK Y^C-J, WrflL£ HE A.RUSH INTO BRU5MJ HEY ...I CAN McAR r CAN'T BE c-yRE, eur j THINK TWE MAN I TOO< A SHOT AT VJftS BLL'E-JAW! VOii' OOWNSTBEAA! I'LL t-iO UP.' THE WATER , UP AHEAD... PARLEY GOOGLK AND SMITH Ky BIXI-Y DK BECK / * as 'North America. ; ar.''. yield o:' Ju'00.000. Meets Anotlrer 'Rommel' Rhode Island was the most solidly urban state In 19-10 with per cent of ita population- residing in cities and towns. PRIVATE BUCK VWftlT'LC V£ see LUCIFER, ( HE'S TUE > LeETLE POSSU(Y\ V ve eve« LWO NORE T\MO tVES ON '.'. SCOTT U GET 50N\£,COLO VWHERE'S TW 1 '-SALTS ? HURRV !J DONE SPIED VE FROM TO GO \N SURPRISE NOUR RUNT LOUJIZIE ftN' SUUOONeo COMPLETE ~?=~ f.r,f nu. Kml r.j;,,l» <-,•'r. In,. W BRICK BRADFORD CAPTAIN..WWE ALL TRIBAL ' CHIEFS.CAllEb'TO. KTTENO. ESPECIAL AS5EMBLV IN THE -AT ONCE-' By WILLIAM RITT anU CLARENCE GRAf 'You planted tht mines along here. D'ya expect ME to walk first?" "Rmnini 1 !", so culli-ii for soul!- droll reason hcsl. lihmvn t:o Gen. Uclriiatii. 1.. Montgimutry, is intr-odiim-d Co I'riine Mlnisti-i- .WinsUin Cluireliill , during :i confci-i-nci; at !Montj;-iiini-r.v's ivln;t-'l<-d lie:nl<|iiartc;"raiicij.' The pet du{; i»' llic general's -.constant" coViipniiion. ' (iiitcniutibnai) . AMD NO\M JO WRITE TARP/VS : LETTER OF "RESIGNATION.".' ' MUGGS ANIJ-SKEKTER <SLASS BUILPIN6S? ...AM TO A SCHOOL WJITH ^ F=E«; PRICKS) f :—"""^ 77-^—;—-^~ c5EEv IT'S' <3O:

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