Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on August 17, 1944 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, August 17, 1944
Page 7
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1944 NAUaATUCK DAILY NEWS Page Seven Good Used Bikes Bring The Highest Prices In Years. Sell Yours Here! Employment lli'lp Wnnti-il— •VVOMA.V for hutiMcii'ork. 5 Imnr* throe cluy« :i week. Reply liox H Ciiro uf The News. HOUSKKKKl'KK wuntrd. Ur ahl< to cook. Live in or out. Phone 3330 between 9 a. m. urul n p. m For Sale J.'or >I.M'. rontn, ^-funilly IIOIIMC for .sail 1 , fc'«ru>,"' ll11 '' "Ice burn. Lfirgo lut, bi^' enoUKh for 3 nioru houses, Dinu'ntionx I2,'ixl70. Faces on il roiul.". Nice locution. Putsy Labri- ulo. Rfiiltor, '-172 Hifh St. Phone M-l or 3-lSS. KKiJIT riMJiii. 2-fuiull.v IIOII.HU. AJI Irnpi'ovi'nients, In good condition. 2-Bur KfriiKo and lui'Ke lot. Price i.1,700. Also 'Ji-rooiii 2-fiimll) housi', Kuru};>: und cxtrn build IIIK lot. Hrice JU.300. A. Shepley Tel. 2-133. NOTICE! 3 Lines. = 1Q Words; Rinining- For 3 'Dtiv-ji, Cost.* ONLY 63 Merchandise And irui.'l WOOD fur sulu fur stove, fiirimcu * iiml I'iroplaco. • WtuTy .Edwards. Burton Road, Boucon Falls. Phone ORDER Now—For limited supply of seasoned wood. Also Held stones, isund, jjruvel, one coal rungo, one fais rang«, one walei 1 heater arid numerous oUior items. Light trucking and moving. .Dial 2302 utter 4 p. m. G, SuluiarUi, S3S So. Main Street. Merchandise 28 Household Articles Announcements Merchandise Household A flick's And Found TUO fiimil.v lnmsr nil iivrmui. Two funnily house on Scott .-itrcft. Pour room, one fnm lly tioiiiie, I ucro kind on \Voostui su-ei't. i'rice $3,300. John Healy T.'l. S03L. .KlOH'l' rimin, 2-fu.mily (or an I !•• All impi'ovumurUi!, extra lurKi 1 corni'i- lot nncl one cfti Kui'uK 1 ' located on Carroll street, l-'ric.; SS.yOU, CiiU 2-Jli'J. r-KOO>l I lOt'S I.; and (furutfr just finished. Open 1'ur Inspection Suiuriluy ;md Sunday. On 'Nl.xou Ave. Tel. 3321. Wanted :i'o Uuy ONI 1 ", Two n nil Hirer family h wnn rcil. Also farms' and Tel. 5031. lots. WK JIAVK HUVKKS for 1-2-U t'limily houses, ^os. V, Kosko, 3 Union St. Tel. -1028-2J1S2. For Sale 2031. for .suli' on J'ro.xpect street, x 137 tV-et. Call Nauyatuck ATTRACTIVE Building Lot*, for Post War Homes. 10') ft. 1'ront- uice. Upper Purk Ave. Write Box "A" in curt.- u(' XOWH {'or Intor- vjev/. •Wanted To Kent rent or Miii;U' house sales repi'c.sontntivo. J'"IV"K room h y local Wanted to rent. Achlres.-) Box I. Care of The News. Announcements IIAVIX.G LOST my tfiiH ration book A, issued mo by tho local rationing board, I hereby file ap- pliration for a new one. JOSEPH ARM ON AT. DOG lost. Tletrrrltir, whit.' and brown spoiled. Possibly around Johnson St. Please call 300,'J. 12 AiiiHiuuceiiH'iil.s MONUMENTS Special prices on All Memorials IV. RICHARDS 260 So. Muln St. Nuugatuck Automotive 14 AutuN For Salu BAISY—Cur scuts. fti\y (lenx. Imtlii netts, cribs, high chairs, Kantwe mattresses, toys. THE RADIO SHOP ISO Grand St Waterbury COMVLKTK Iionio bouyht for oush. Kiirliest prices |)aid for electric rei'riKera'.urs, washers, and stoves, regardless of condition. Francis Furniture Co. 4-19 NORTH MAIN STRKET Telephony 3000 OAK 1)1N INC! ROOM SET. CALL AFTER -I P. M. 2909. OUTSTANDING USED CARS 10-11 Plymouth Station Wag-on 1341 Plymouth Coach 19-11 Chevrolet Town Sedan 19-11 Ford Coupe 1937 Plymouth Sedan These cars have been reconditioned ind are guaranteed. .Many have •adio und liuater. Vi'u Pay I"]) To Ceiling Prico For 'L'sed Cars. FREE MOTORS INC. 92 Ko, Mnln St. Dial 22H j Between 1930 and 19-10 the urban ' jiopulatioii oC the U. S. Kainud 7.9 percent and the rural increase was t'.-l per cent. OUli :j3rd ANNUAL AUGUST 'SALE- Is Now G-uiii!'' On "•' " ''' ' i J-lui'e's Your Clian-co• . To Buy Am'l Save .•' Heru \vb go again with' more super values 'for August! While the supply lasts some of you first- comers will snutch up unbelievable in Tine living room suites, bedroom suites and quiility dlniiiK room I'urnituro. 'This 1'urnitui comprises one o!' our put chuses, a pre-war purchfisu tlw has .made 6uv selections larger than ever before. Included vfn thi* jjrcat event arc bedroom suites .in great variety . . . period styles modern, and Swedish Moder'n, al most any kind of suite you "iiou.'d wish for . . . dinette suites ,p;ulorc . . . and a tremendous selection .of occasional pieces, kitchen furniture ru>rs and floor-covorlntrs', and nur- Merchandise •UII \V:inrcd JCo Buy like to K'<;t somi- tilings to Jiu.Ip muko up • rny auction, .Labor Day, such us ,old trlnsa dishes, «hAir.;. small tables, old vases or, any old things, especially small items. Fred • Church, Naugutucic. Telephone •10-18. UAN'Ji safe flteposlt J?oA«s Highest cash prices paid. Wire collect, write or phone what you have to offer J. E. Murphey»Re- puttic 008-1. 81,. r > Ycatman Ave., Webster Grovca 10, Mo. Merchandise 3(1 CRIBS—^'outlibfitis, IJiiljy«-ts, CaJ-J-ia.j-res, .Play Pens, Bassinets. Ljir.'je selection of. toys. Lowest prices in town, BEACON KIDDIE CENTRE 73 GRAND ST. Wtby. Education 31 Local And Private Instructors DIN A SCHOOL OF MUSIC STUnrOS—WATBY. -1-0028 503 South Main—11 Wilson Street Piano — Voice — Mandolin Children, Adults, Advanced, Begin-' ners. Rapid Piano Course for Adults lor I, Hiflit oiik ))iislni:NM desk sale; chuir-; also indirect inij: table lamp. Call 2505. I'uriiiLuru. There every room and is furniture most needs. foi Sou these outstundinfr values now .•it Albert's iind SAVE: (J<iiiiioc;l,'.'s .Largest 2(.!8 South '\V'ul,oi - l)iirv DIAMONDS And Old Gold Uoiieht Watch, riipuii'iny our specialty. GRAND • JEWELRY 112.Grand.Street Dial C-0082 2il» ArtieU's .For Sale • FAMOUS WAXON FURNITURE 'POLISH $1.23 qt. 'Write or phone .1-11359 WAXON POLISH 00. 38 Beverly Ave. Waterbury, Conn. .JOHN'S Musrc SHOP Wn l>iiy, s<'ll, .'xchannrc, MIK! a!l hinds of instruments, (^crw- c.s:. prices in the city. 3SO-382 So. Main St., Watby, Conn. ' Services AC TO J'AIXTINO. COMI'I.KTIC JOBS 11JSASONAELK. AIjSO S1MOMIZIKG. .IIMMlE'S GARAGE. WATEHBURY I3-J203. Animals Cuts, DORTS And Pete GKIIMAN Shi'ph'-rd Do-r I'uppi.-s —And miniature daclisiiund pup pies v.'ilh fln-e.-'t of pediRrcn av:iil- a-ble now. Von Vogel Kennels, Nichols St., Seymcjui- — ono b'ock u.bovo Concordiii 1-lu.ll. Dial Scymoui- 872. JACK O'BRHC.V—WEMM.VC 281 'So. Main St. Waterbury Tel. Naug. 2521—Watby. J- Services I'rofusKionnl Service* Radio IK.j.alr Shop. Had ins expertly repaired, moderate ci'iccs. Phone 5C37. CUSTOM RKVlfHOl.STKRl}iC — Special 2-picce Suito <59 GRIFFIN UPHOLSTERING CO. To Kend«:r S<:rvjce» KIJECTRICA1* «np.-nJrinic ServJc* Appliances ft .specialty. Ray Decker, -J02 N. Main St. Tel. --1000. J'rofpssion:il Services EXCKI-LKNT JtKUI'HO^Sl'EK- 1?CG am! sJip covens. "/imiiy,jnt»!y low prices. Allen's Upholstering Studio. Mostorcrafi. Ai-iisu, 1 Grand St. Watei'bury. Dial -i-OG-10 lilCli |.o/j insiiJiilinir wool. All t.yi'i'.s, Jn.slulled if desired. T. J. \Ion, 520 Xo. M.-xin Si. Union Ciiy. Tel. 2G83. ATTENTION Jdecerorux Owner* —He-pairs, genuine ptrli. and Hcrvicc. 3y bonded Eeotrolux Man. I. Nisscn, 3 T».res« Av«. Telephone 4822. And HiVMAN'S Great Dry Cleaning Firm, offers i'.x fii-st ol.iss dry clcaniJiff not only in family gar- rnnmc, bul. blankets, rugs and otli- '.'!• .specinUics in Ihis field. KIEVMAN'S 7'3 Church Street Wan ted To Buy... C A y J [ fo1 ' T " 1NSTJ1UMJ2NTS. Mocca Music Co. 20:1 Bunk 'I-1'122 DOUG I*: — PLYMOUTH . AUTHORIZED Sales Service Parts, Accessories Malcolm W. Starr Corp. 88 Watertown Ave. Dial 5-114G Autoy Wanted Notice* District rvf. -Nuuffatuck; ss Probate- Court. AUKUSt 10th, 1B-M ESTATK OF Mary Carey Carroll nku Mary C. Carroll, late of Xau- Kutuck, In said District, deceased, Th« Kxccutor having exhibited his adniinistratioa account svith said estate to this Court for allowance, i: Is OKDIiRED—That the 22nd day of August A. D. 1&44, at one o'clock in the uftornoon iit the Probate of- l!c« in N'iiuj,'£ituck, be and the same is ussiKnecl for a hearing on the allowance of .said Administration Account with Said Instate, and this Court directs r.he Executor to cite, (ill persons interested therein to ap- jjriu- ut siiltl .time and place by publishinA' this order In some newspaper published In New Kavun County find havinir a circulation in said 'District, und posting ft copy on the public sl^'n post in :t-.c town of N(iui,'atuck, where the Ui.'ceasod last dwelt, and by send- inj;, postaK 1 ' prepaid, a like notice to (ili partl"s Interested and resid- Int; outside this Dlstrlc; at least thivc duyx befon; said day us- •HiKncil. J. SWEENEY. PACKARD "A safe place to buy" Paek;in!-W;itcrbiiry, Inc. •IS2 Watertown Avenue Dial -I-C109 Two Greenwich Boys Rescued I n Long Island Sound Stamford, AUfr. 17—I UP)—Two Greenwich boys have been rescued from I,on<r Island Sound some six h"ours after their sailboat capsized during; a storm. Harbor patrols first picked up 15-year-old Norman Davis I'rom'thu water. He said he had been floating or, a life preserver since the accident. The. other boy—10-year-old Richard Moore—was found safe in the sailboat. The boy.s explained they managed to ri^ht the bout uftor it overturned, then. Davis swam for holp while Moore stayed with the. bout. " ' j Woman, Accused Of Abandoning Infant, Put On Probation Berlin, Conn., Aug. 17—CUP) — A 20-year-old M<iri.''orcl 7^]r>tht?r—ac- cused 'of abandoning her thrao- month-old son ir, Berlin July 20lh —•has been (,'ivcn a suspended sen- tenco of si." uiontijs in placed on probation, Mrs. Bernicc Harris is said to have left her son, James, on the porch of the home of Earl P. Yonn£". Tho baby was taken to New Britain General hospital where he was cared for by nurses until the mother identified Jiim nine days later. CARS UP TO AVANTKD AT LATK MODK AVK \VI1.1, PA I'KII.'ING 'I'K'TCKS L'IJyr-N)KI) AT\V()OI) 3073 I.iwt And S.M.-M.l, (Jn-i-d I'DCki'tliooli lit b'. !?. outlnn dance hull. Contained wallet und money, Phone Wl'il. your spare Want Ad. room through TOP t'; I^IMCKS PAID FOR C001) LATK MODEL (JA'h'S AVe .Vi'od 'Fifty Al Once For Dor'ciiso \Yoricors pi-roxro T-K; or .1230 AVATKliTOAVX 1-IAKin: F. AT WOOD EDDIE CANTOR'S NEW MUSICAL AT LOEW'S ON FRIDAY Contractors J'ulntlnjr 1'APKR HANGING und Pointing:, W. F. Cota, 17 Cedar Street, Tel. 5-1CS. P.omancc, comedy, and drama form the triple tln.'ino of "Show liusinoss," Kddie Cantor's spark'.inf; new musical which with its array of stars tells n ), r ay story of the American theater, which starts at the Loi.-w Poll theater Friday. Eddie Cantor, Georjie Murphy. Jean Davis. Nancy Kelly and Cun- ytance Afoore hav(i the stellar rolo.s in the tuneful picture 1 , which aloup: with its intriguing action, features eipht nostalgic old song fnvoriliis and a catchy now melody. Cantor portrays a yotinprstor from the East Side who makes his sui#c debut ac un old Bowery theater and Murphy is cast us a successful burlesque actor who encourages thn boy and subsequently teams with him in ti vaudeville act. Lutw the pair join forces wilh Miss Davis and Miss Moore to mako a foursome thai climbs to fame and fortune. Waves Are Going To Submarine Base Now "Lomjnr., AUJ.T. 17—(UP)— • One of the last cir.-uicls of thu all- m.'ile navy has fallen. The United Suites submarine base in New London—which until this wool; was a man's world— now h;is one WAVE enlistrtd jyi Storekeeper Marion Mtirtin of Stamford is t.ho first 0!' a contingent of 200 nirls who wi.'l arrive soon for ijorvicti. bers and spectacular effects add to the film's onte.'-tainm.oijt.-quali- ties. Edwin L. Martin directed and Cantor in addition to starrintt produced the offering. Don .-Doug-las has an iinpurlant supporting- i .Incidentally, "Show Business" is thu million dollar's worth of free fentui-L' films shown to our fightinp forces, even at. the . re- Almolust nut posts. In nil parts of WAR BONDS PRIVATE BUCK comndy romance between Cantor and Miss Davis and a seriousness between Murphy and Miss Moore, complicated by the activities of a rival actress and at' a. thoritn'cnl agent motivate much of the story. Glimpses of memorable scenes' from various hit shows of the period and scores of novelty num- tho world al. the fightifr fronts this picture is shown at the, same time that il: is in America. Ends tonight—-"Dragon -Seed" with Katharine Hepburn nntr Walter Huston plus selected short subjects. BUY WAR BONDS AND STAM1PS —On A Wing And A Prayer "1 n^ad !wo volunleori for a very dangerous mission, but rhe circumiiancot, I'll *•»!• for Arncricnif airborne troop.s kni-cl in prayer hosido their Rlido'r.' just bofori; taking alt from Duly for smithnrn Franco.'it in reported' that nt loast 14.1)00 airliorno tronps purticipaUuI ami helped secure beuch- huuils uloiii; the lOII-nillc strotch l>:-lwcon Marxnillos and Nice. .1). S. Army Sigmii Corps Radio-Tclephoto. (Inlerilatlonal Soundpliolo) Used Cars -go quickl ' News For Saia By ROY CILAXB NOW LOOK, SULTRY, YOU'RE ABOUT THE CUTEST LITTLE TRKK I'VE SEEN IN A COON'S AGE — BUT I WOULDN'T BEIIEVE AWORD OF IT. BUT IF I TELL YOU I CAN HELP YOU? THAT I CAN TAKE YOU TO THE COBRA? AFTE2THE HELLO AND WHAT IF I TELL. YOU THAT I DESPISE JAPANESE ? SORRY, BABY I WOULDN'T TRUST YOU. Dy T.\tt, ROBINSON LITTLE CLOSER.'] HEY."HEr THE YOUNG; GOOF WHO BUSTED : DOWN MY f BRING W1M CLOSER, EFTA DEAR.' SECKET AGENT .\U B.v KOBEKT STOBSt -Q OlVSS KX SHELTERS SLJLIe'JAW'a FIR&7 SKO-f PlCOCH£T£ FROAl THe POAR OF SUS-FIRE EtHOES THKQUCH THf BAKNEV GOOGLK AND SXUFFV SMITH BILLV D£ BECK OL SPEAKER SVSTETrt GROWLS OUT--"SUJEEPERS- VER BROOMS - - GWE ft suoeep piN'svxiRB POUON FORE ftND AFT" ALL WftNDS LftV TO GOLDBRiCKS B£FOBE NOU START fY\OPP\N, LEI\a(V\E HOW WE DID VT R60RRO SH\P (YlR.G. IS TETCHEO BKICK BTJADFORD By \VILl.lAM Km and CLARENCE GKA1 GREETINGS, MOBLE 10^05 TARPA.- IK \VHQSC •TUROUGI-: * BUT-IT j ELbERS OF 5AMAR/ r^ RIGHTFUL PLAOE ND SKI5KTKR WALL.Y BISIIOl' ..Hc.S <SOlMiS Ti3 .•USE TW&NA FOR- ; -\ £ARRY!N!<£ MESSA<5Effl <SaVS U1KE i IOHO THE. V- A TIAEM T/-\E PIGEONS SMITH BiiSlNJESS.

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