Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on August 16, 1944 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, August 16, 1944
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1944 NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS Page Good Used Bikes Bring The Higkest Prices In Years. Sell Yours Here! to Nothing y 63c is NV.xt In notliing \vlicn von •••.••ili'/.i* all (lie 7U(>iit>y yi.'ii can ijct in ivittni for >\ ;J this" o line Want Ad. Automotive t-l Anton For Siilo Employment iulo (or hoiMPWork. 5 hour* throe days a week. Reply Box H, Ciu-i> of The News. For Sale S Houses For s*alo roiim. "-family for ?n|p, jrnrnsre find nice burn, LHI'KC lot, !)i^- cnouKh for 3 more houses', Dinu'tition.i 125x170. Fuce.t on 2 roads 1 . Nirc location. Pntny Labrl- nlo. Realtor, 172 Hl^h St. Phone fiSM or JCillT riK>m, i-fiimlly house. Ail Improvements, In jfood condition, 2-cnr snraKc and larpe lot, Price $,1.700. Also 12-room 2-Inmlly hou-'o, frni'/iKC and extra bullcl- in^- lot. Price .'Jti.SOO, A, Shcpley. Tol. 2-133. OUTSTANDING USED CARS mil Plymouth Station Wngon JO'Il Plymouth Coach "I Ml Chevrolet Town Sedan 19<ll Pord Coupe 1037 Plymouth Sedan These cnra have been reconditioned nnd arc guaranteed. Many hnv radio nnd heater. »Yo Pay Up To Ceiling Price For Used Cars. FREE MOTORS INC. ID2 Nn. Main St. Dial 2211 Contractors 22 Painting PAPER HANGING unit Painting W. F. Cola, 17 Cedar Street Tel. G'15!>. ' Merchandise Few! And Fuel WOOD for sale -for stove, fiirmict. and fireplace. Harry Edwards Burton Road, Beacon Falls Phone Nuugatirck 4-1-17. DODGE — PLYMOUTH AUTHORIZED Sales Service Parts, Accessories Malcolm 'W. Starr Corp. S Watertown Ave. Dial 5-11-16 931 *, FORD CAR. A-l condition, nil good tires. Cali 2'lOS after •1:30 p. in. TWO funiily hou-x- on nvcnuo. Two family house on Scott street. Four room, one family house. 1 acre land on Wooster street. Price $3,300. John Healy. Tel. S031. 9,'M Plymouth Siuliui. Motor In Rood condiUon. Heater. Price $75,00. 100 Melbourne S'., Phone 37-19. ORDER Now—For limited supply of seasoned wood. Also field stones, band, gravel, one coal range,-one gas range, one water heater and numerous other items. Light trucking: and moving. Dial 2302 ftftcr -1 p. m. G, Snlimirdi, 538 So. Main 'Street. Merchandise Household Articles BABY—Car neats, piny pens, bnthl- netts, cribs, high chairs, Kantwet mattresses, toys. THE RADIO SHOP ISO Grand St. Waterbury COMPLETE h o in o furnlshlnjjs bought for cash. Highest prices paid for eleclric refrigerators, washers, and stoves, regnrdlcss of condition. Merchandise 28 Household Articles Auto? Wnntod >;lfJHT rmmi, 2-fnmll.v (or sale. AH improvements, extra l.ii'KC cornet- lot and one car jr-'iniKo Located on Carroll street. Price ?0.0no. Call 2'lti!>. Wiinlccl To TJuy ONI 1 ',, Twr> nml thtvr fnnilly hou.s^m wanted. Also farms and lots. Tel. .1031. %VE HAVE BUVKKS f^r 7^3 faroilv houses. Jo«. V. P.oaUo, 3 Union St. Tel. -102S-20D2. •I Land 1'or Stile "A unfa pl.'icc to buy" 1 \-ickarcl-AVatcrbiiry, Inc. •IS2 Wateriown Avenue OUR 33rd ANNUAL AUGUST SALE Is Now C-oing' On Hero's Your Chance To Buy And Save Hern we go again with moi'c super values for August! While the supply liisU some of you.first- comors will snatch up unbelievable bargains in fine living' room suites, bedroom, suites and quality dining room furniture. This furniture comprises one of our biggest purchases, a pre-war purchase that nas made our selections -larger now than ever before. Included in this i'C'it event ore bedroom suites in rent variety . . . period styles modern, and Swedish Modern, al most any kind of suite you KOU.'I vish for . . , dinette suites galore , . and a tremendous selection fit iccasiomil pieces, kitchen furniture tigs, and floor-coverings, and nur- cry furniture. There is furniture or every room and most needs See these outstanding values now at Albert's and SAVE! Con nec I: i c 111 '!* 1 j» ryust Furniture Store A-L-.'B-E-tt-T-S MS SonUi M:iin St. .Wuterbnrv Merchandise 2!) Wanted'.ro Buy WOULD like to Kat-, some: thing* to- 'help nmkc up my auction, Labor'Day, such as ,okl glass dishes, i;l«ai'r.s., small tables, old vases or any okl things, cspucial- ly small item's, Fred Church Naugatuck. Telephone- 4G-I8. Merchandise 30 MlHcefTiincuu* BANK wife deposit I>oxcs \*;intcd. Highest cash prices paid. Wire collect, write or phone what you . have to oflcr. J. E, Murphcy, Republic 608-1, 813 Yeatman Ave., Webster Groves 19, Mo. DIAMONDS And Old Gold Bought' Watch repairing our specialty, GRAND JEWELRY z:2 Grand Street Dial 5-0082 Articles for Sale FAMOUS WAXON FUPNITURK POLISH $1.20 cjt. Write or phone -1-1359 WAXOX POLISH co, 3S Beverly Ave. Waterbury, Conn. Anything- can be found,i:u a News 'Lost and Found' Ad. CRIBS—YoiithbPdH. IJahy Basket*, .Cnrriagres, Play Pens, Bassinets. Large "selection of toys. Lowest prices in town. BEACON KIDDIE CENTRE I-..: . 73 GRAND ST. Wtby. 30b JOHN'S MUSIC SHOP We buy, null, exchange, nnd repair all kinds of instruments. Lowest prices in the city.-; 380-382 So. Main St., Watby, Conn. Education 31 Local And Private Instructor* DINA SCHOOL OF MUSIC STUDIOS—WATBY. 4-5028 553 South ilain—11 Wilson Street P.iano — Voice — Mandolin Children, Adults, Advanced, Beginners. Rapid Piano Course for Adults Services 37 Business Services Rendered AUTO PAINTING. COMPLETE JOES REASONABLE. ALSO SIMONIZING. JJMMIE'S G-AR AGE. WATERBURY 5-1203, Services ProfcMKfonul SKrvlccn GKAUOSKIIi'S Radio Repair Shop. Radios expertly repaired, moderate prices. Phone .0617. CUSTOM BECi'HOLSTERIA'G Special 2-picce Suite ...:;.- $54 GRIFFJN UPHOLSTERING CO. Naugat.uck . 4890 39 Wanted To Render Services ' Animals Cain, DOBS And Pet* GERMAN ' Shepherd Dojt "Puppies —And ' miniature dachshund pu'p ples-'wltri fi.r..cit of pedigree- available now. Von Vogcl Kennels, 20 Nichols St., Seymour — one block above ConcordiaHa.lI. Dial Seymour 872. • An -average American family had 5*1,008 worth of life insurance in 19-12 as compared with an average of 51,202 during 1917. JACK O'BRIEN—WELDING 281 So. Main St. Waterbury To!. Naug. 2521—Watby. 4-8-118 Professional Services EXCELLENT -JtiiCJPHO£,S1'ER- ING anri slip covers. Amazingly low prices. Allen's Upholstering Studio. Mastorcraft artists. 3 Grand St. Waterbury. Dial 4-CG45 RED top insi'lal'tig wool. All rypr-s. Installed if desired. T. J. Mon- lambaull, 530 No. Main St. Union City. Tel. 2S83. >. ELECTRICAL ncpnlrln* Scrvlc* Appliances «. specialty. Ray Decker, 402 N. Main SU Tel. 4000, ATTENTION Klectrirfux Owner* —Repair*, genuine part* and nervier.. By bonded Electroluz Man. I. Nissan. Z Teresa Av*. Telephone 4822. Clcanlnir And Kaugatuck's Great Dry Cleaning Firm, offers its firm class dry cleaning nor only in family K»-r- i-ncnts, but blankets, rugs and other' specinlties in this field. KIEVMAN'S 76 Church Street. BUZ SAWYER ROY CRANK Francis Furniture Co. «9 NORTH MAIN STKKET Telephone 3000 To Buy EIGHT-PIECE OAJi I) I N I N G KOOM SET. CALL AFTER •! P. Dial -1-6109 M, 2909. C \ S H ror Your INSTRUMENTS. Mecca Music Co. 203 Bank .1-M22 Cash from an article KOkl in a News! Want Ad will buy a Bond. New Engenders Are Sweltering Again Today LOT f Til x 137 ;»l<> on JTospcct street. feet. Cnll Nnupituclc 7a To J{*'iit J''IVK roniii ri-nt or >ln«rl'' IIOII.HO hy local sales rcprc.icntatlve. Wantud to rent. Address Bos L, Cnrc of The News. Announcements II l, And T'oiincl .rOC.'KKT liook lo.Ht, u-Uh money, Kn» ration book. 103 High street. Boston, AtiR. 16—(UP)—Another p hot clay is in store for N'ew England, Temperatut'cs in the 90'i were afrain .predicted for sections of th-e region, as the heat wave continues* unabated. The- weather bureau said that the liifrh temperatures probably will not break until Friday at the earliest. At least one death directly <u- tr.buted to the h-eat was reported I fccls 'hat "as of today the rrmjo A Year Ago | World War | i August 16,1943 O o (By United J'ress) Allied heavy artillery bombards Messina as the end or the Sicilian campaign draws near. In Solomons, American troops capture island of Valla Lavolla, Combined Allied air forces bused in Britain strike 20 Nuxi air bases in western Europe nitfht of AUK. 10.' Russian forces drive to within 1 miles of Bryansk; other Sovia units liberato 1GO populated places James F. Byrnes, director of th Office of War Mobilization, re ports that President Roosevcl Nocturnal Prowler Bites Large Holes In Roof Of House ME'BSUEVE IN roRXUNE-TEUERS? I SHOULP SAY NOT/ rft. I'VE JUST BEEN TO ONE, ' TOMMY. I'M SCARED. AW, \ BUT- BUT JUST OON'T / AS HE WAS TEU BE / ING ABOUT BU2 siliY./MEETING WEAUTIFUI. GIRl.AND BEING IN DANGER, HE—HE STOPPED.' HE REFUSED 10 GO ON — JUST ASTHO IT WERE TOO HORRIBLE. /» HA,HA.' DIDN'T I TEU YOU IT WAS A 1OTTA BALONEY? THAT THAT wooer A»OUT HIM MEETINO A •EAUTirUL BAM. LI»TfN,ISPtNT21MONTMI> IK THE PACIFIC, FROM NEW GUINEA TO WOTJf. AND I'M TElllNC YOU THERE'S NOT A GLAMOR GAL IN THE WHOLE MESS. NOT ONI.' THPTK TERRIBLE. HE MAY « IN DANGER, TOT, ;UT IT'S NOT FROM WOMEd J'ARTIAI. iiliitr, 'I teeth, Srnidiiy at U. S, R. outing, $5 reward. P'oase call .WTS. SMAI.t. Green foeketlHHik tit [j. S, our.injf dance hall, Contained \\:allet find money. Phone HAVING LOST my «ns nitlon hook A. i.t.iued mo by the local rationing board, i hereby file 1 ap- plu-ation for n now one, JOSEPH ARMOXAT, >(><; lo-if.. Ticffrrlor, irjilf<- and brown .spotted. Possibly around Johnson St. Please call 3003. In the Greater Boston section, yca- tertlay. Arthur Crotty. -16 years old, of Chnrl-jstown was found d*ad in Boston harbor. It wan tfcllcvo<l that he collapsed on a clock nnd tumbled into the water. At least 17 deaths have b:en reported throughout New England *ir..3e the heat wave started last Thursday. In Boston, the temperature wo*; exoctcd to reach the 90's for the seventh consecutive day today. G. Harold Noyes. wcathor bureau me- tcorolofrist, says that the "son. breeze which usually saves Boston. Is bolnfr kept out nt -TCA by a solid front of hot tropical air from the battles lie ahead of us. not behind us. 1 Rebekahs To Meet Tonight 13 Announci'mont-i MONUMENTS Spnclal prices on All Momorinln N. .RICHARDS 260 So. Main St. Naugatuck WAR BONDS Letters From Our Readers Aup. 33, 10-I-1. Blackstonc, Va. Dear Sir: I sure appreciate your fi-ift you sent me and like it very much. I am at Camp Plolcet, Va., now hut have been .so busy In the past couple of weeks .t just didn't pet to thank the NatiK'ttuck Daily News and their staff. NO nm taking the time now as I'm in the Station hospital here for a week to 10 days for ii minor operation J hope to bo back at my company soon. Thanking you again I remain Pvt. Genie M Dry, 3M07238 Co. B, 277th Enc. (C.) E. X. \ Camp Picket, V'a, The regular mcctilns: of Columbian Hebckah lodpo. No, 35, 1. O O. F., will be held tor.ipjlu at S o'clock in Odd Follows' hall. Mrs. Emma, Noble Grand, will preside and all members arc rcquc'-tccl to be present. A session will ba observed following- the meotir.K and refreshments will be served. FATALLY SHOCKKI) Southinirton, Aujr. 16—(UP)—A combination of -heat, humidity and electric shock has caused the death of Leon Huclobenko, of Waterbury. Hudobenko was working with rxn electric drill when a fatal J10-volt charge of electricity went through his body. Medical eNarr.iricrs. said -he t-.liargo normally would no; have injured the workman;, heat body Denver. Aug. 10—(UP)—William Wcigeic of Denver isn't .getting much sleep these nights. He's on, the look-out for a phantom-like crt.ia.lurc who hnis developed a yen for biting hunks out of his hou.«c. The Danvcr m.'in told authorities he awoke or.c morning some time ago to find holes had beer, cate.n: in his roof. After a few strained explanations, -he got in touch with a. repair miLn. But Sunday night IIL- nsvakcned to a crunching and crashing- ovcr- hcnd. Out he wer.t—m-nicd with «. flns-h'-ight — to get a look at the intruder who preferred such an unusual diet. On MIC rooftop, munching a mouthful of shingles, the unruffled creature glared right back. Then he ambled off into the darkivoss. Weigele described him as having bright yellow eye's, rounded ears nnci a head the -size- of a fox. He hail left holes in tho roof l.irjfo enough for a man to wigrglu through. Zoo experts examinee! the muddy footprints going up the side of rain .spout, but came to no conclusion. \VicsclcjustShrujyp3d. an summoned another repair man. ETTA KETT By PACT- ROBINSON BEING YOOR FRIEND CLOSER MY DEAR I WANT TO MEET MY MOTHER SECRKT AGENT X9 By "ROBERT STOBSi WILL CONFER Washington, Aug. - JG-—(UP)— President Hooseveli. will 'nice .vith his running mate—Senato Harry Truman—cither tomorrow Friday to discuss campa strategy, Jt is a foregone conclu but i'Slon that the Missouri senator wii and perspiration made his I bear the main brunt of the Demo more .susceptible to the shock, i cratlc party's 19-M campaigning. Leaning Tower Still Stands •/;V/XVY<J •T"*W23£' ' *>.^$$ **<£•& " " ;s PRIVATE BUCK "So you got a slight bayonet wound! Sif down and tell mt about i*i" *&rmy'-->« & X-9 HEARS BLUE-JAW'S /HOve,«EMT6 IN THE WATER AHEAD...T^EN M£ eu*=s6 ITS SAPS TO MIT THE TIMBER NOW—.' WAS 7WA O-HO.'THAT ICOM* j HO&AN...U RAJINKV GOOGLE AND SNUFFY SMITH B.v BILCV DE BECK w\e n A SIGWT FEQ SORE EVES ! / RUSTLE ... ( BONiES, VWOCV\AN )V JUGHAIQ V RN'CWOP A ' — !()'X L££TLe WNDUM' VOU OU6HTTA BE ASHAMED OF VOUR5EV.F -TW.WN 1 TO VOUR ftUNT LOUNZIE TWRT VWAV !! fOR TVWO CENTS, I'D UNK SNUFFV owe «v\e STRICK ORO£RS NOT TO LET HER GIT UPPITV AN' OUT O'UANO \JJWVLST UCS 60N&,mR.&.\ BRICK BRADFORD A5TRID£ bONJKEY, BV UQRSEB&CK .CM^RlOT AMD UTTER THE • TRIBAL CUIEF5 HAS T E^ TO THE PALACE ,* t- *«i«, * . , ,,^f?l!Hmt:. . ~-,}f . *' * t f •• *"jv*;Cs.< - - - " "* ' ^-., ^^^ •_ •—:— By WILLIAM RITT and CLAREyCE GRA.I 500M TMEGUEAT 6EMI-CIRCULAR BEN&UE5 Pltt,«S TKI= ioRQS| vMb ELbERS"'OFSAMAC? ENTER TME TWRONE-ROOM •••- ; l! MUPGS AND SKKETEli . By This photo hours out thp fact that • "V:r/.i |ir<i[i:»gi]ii(l;i chief • O<>«hht;l.H Is slil) oiii> of.tlio world's hi^eost. llnrs. Jlo annoirirccd roc(Mitly;;t : h:i(. Allii'd shells hud \vi-pcked the; leaning tower of Visa. .Here it'ls-todayj it* pictured by H long-rnnRi.' camera. Slpnul Corps Kndlo|)hoto.'. ('In- BISHOP

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