Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on August 18, 1944 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, August 18, 1944
Page 7
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r FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1944 Sevan ... " N . . If You Need Help Advertise Here For Honorably Discharged Returned Servicemen Employment llflp -Wanted — }VOM.-\N for hoiisrworU. 5 liDiir.H three (tnys ft week. Reply Box'J'l, Cnrv of The NCWA lfltrSKKKKf'K't ii-nntrd. Hc;il>lr to conk, Live in of out. Phone 3330 between 9 a, KI. find 5 p. in. For Sale .1 lluusos Kor >'I\K roiiw, 2-fnnilly )iull«e for sale, gnrajfe and nice barn. I^Lt'ge lot. hig f notigh for 3 moru houses, Piinfntions 12.5x170. Faces on 2 roiuls. Nice location. Patsy Lnbri- nlo. Realtor, 172 High St. Phone SSIi'l or R-ir.^. >;lfillT riH>m, 2-fiiniily Imnsf. All iinprovfments, in good condition. L'-eiii 1 garage and large lot. Price ' $5,700. Also 12-roorn 2-fnmUy house, garage nnd extra build- Ins lot. I'i-ice $8,300. A. Shoplcy. Tol. 2-133. NOTICE! '•'> 'Linos — .15 Words; 'Ivnnnina- For :j D;ivs; 'Costs ONLY Contractors Announcements I'APER HANGING mid Vnlntlnp. W. F. Coin, 17 Ce'dnr Street ' Tel. 5-I5!). Merchandise Jltni.sclioltl Articles- Merchandise l-Vcd And Fuel WOOD for mile Cor stove, furnncc and fireplace. Harry Edwards. Burton Road, Beacon Phone Naugatuck 'I-H7. Falls. TWO family fioiiM* on avenue. Two family on Scott Nireot. Four room, one fam- - lly house, 'I acre land on Xvoostor •tt'rrct. Price S3.300. John Healy. To!. 5031. Lost And Found HAVING LOST my K»" ration book A, Issued mo by the local rationing board, I hereby file application for a new one. JOSEPH ARMONAT. I)OG lost. Tk-tcrrlor, whlti; and brown spotted. Possibly around Johnson St. Please call 3003. . KlfiHT riioin. 2-f:miily ' for . sale. AH improvements, extra Ini'K.: corner lot and one cur frm-ago Located on Carroll street. Price Sfl.OOO. Call 2400. 5-KOf»J IIOU8li and Kitniffc Just llnishocl. Open 1'or inspection Snun-dny nnd Sunday. On Nixon Avf. Tel. 3521. HAVING LOST my gii* ration books A and C, issued by t!tc W-aterbury Rationing Board, I hereby file application fora new one, HOWARD JORAY. 12 Announcements MONUMENTS Special price 1 ) on All Memorlali IV. RICHARDS 260 So. Main St. Naugatuck ORDER Now—For limited supply of seasoned wood,-for stove, fireplace and furnace. Also field stones, -sand, gravel, one coal rrtr.gc, one gas ranffe, one water heater, also cedar 1'civcc anc clotlicsline points, and numerous other "Items. Light trucking anc moving-. . Dial 2302 after •! p. m G. Salinardi.'538 So. Main street Merchandise Household Article*) BABY—Car »eul«, Tiny pen*, biitht netts, cribs, high chairs, Kantwct mattresses, toys. THE RADIO SHOP ISO Grand St. Waterbury E homo furnishings bought for cash. HigTiost prices paid for electric refrigerators, washers, nnd stoves, regardless of condition. \Viui tt*il To Huy P.N'K. Two nntl thri'O fmnlly h wiint«l. Also farms and T.'l. 5031. lots. IV K I1AVK Ht'YKKS for 1-2-S family housc-st, Jos, V". P.osko, 3 Union St. Tel. •IP2i*-29. r i2. •1 Land For Sale Automotive 14 Autos For sialo J.OT for sali- on Prospect .itrort. 75 x 1ST foe'.. Call Naugntuck 2081. ATTHAOTIVK Building- Lots for Post War Homes. 100 ft. frontage. Upper Park Ave. Write Box . "A" in care of .Vows for ir.tor- • view. Wanted To Ki-nt F1VK room relit or single liouso hy iocal sales representative. Wanted to rent. Address Box L Cure of The Xcws. Announcements Lot Aiul Found .MAI.J* (ircr-n J'nckcthoo); lost at U, S. outing dance hall. Contained wallet and money. Phone OUTSTANDING USED CARS 29-11 Plymouth Station Wagon 1M1 Plymouth Coach 10-11 Chevrolet Town Sedan 19-11 Ford Coupe 1937 Plymouth Sedan Those cars have been reconditioned find aru ftuiii'iinteed. Many hjive radio atul heater. A\'L> .Pay Tp To Culling Price Fur Used L'ai-s. FREE -MOTORS INC. •192 No. .Main St. Francis Co, 4-19 NORTH MAIN STRKET Tolephone 3000 CUE •AUGUST SAW Is Now Going On Here's Your Ch'aiiec .' To Buy And Save Here we g-o Jifi-aln with > super values for August! While the supply lasts some oC you first- comers will snatch up unbelievable bargains In fine living room suites, bedroom suites and -quality dining- room furniture. This furniture comprises one of our biggest pur chases, a pro-war purchase* • tha has made our selections larger-now than ever before. Included-in this great event arc bedroom suites 'Jn great variety . . . period styles . modcrp, and Swedish Modern, almost any kind of suite you cou.'d wish Cor . . . dinette suites galore . ; . and n tremendous selection of occasional pieces, kitchen furniture, rugs and floor-coverings, and nursery furniture. There is furniture for every room and most needs. Sec these outstanding- values now at Albert's and SAVE: Cuimccti.cnt's Largest Fiiniit.iirc Store A-L-B-E-K-T-S 2GS South.Main St. Merchandise Wanted To Buy BANK mife ifcposlt boxes-ivantcd. Highest cash, prices paid. Wire collect, write or phone what you have to offer. 'J. E. Murphey, Republic 6084, 810 Yeatman Ave., Webster'Groves 19; Mo. Merchandise 30 MlHcortuncuin SAIAJ.X liKitt .oak biialiicsti desk .for sale; chair;, also indirect lighting table lamp. Call' 2305. DIAMONDS'And Old Gold Bought. Watch repairing- our specialty. GRAND. JEWELRY.' 112 Grand Street Dial 0-0082 'Mil. ArWcre.s'• Far Sale 30b STuntcat JOHN'S MUSIC SHOP Wo buy, Hf;JJ, exchnnjfo, and repair all kinds of instruments. Lowest prices in the city, 3SO-382 So, Main St., Watby, Conn. 31 Education And Private Instructor* Services DINA SCHOOL OF MUSIC STUDIOS— WATEY. 4-5028 053" South Main—31 Wilson Street Piano — Voice — Mandolin Children, Adults, Advanced, Begin- nors. Rapid Piano Course for Adults Animals FAMOUS ' FUR NIT URE ' POLISH $1.25 ql. Write, or phone 4-1509 WAXON. POLISH CO. 3S Beverly Ave. • Walerbury, Conn. SO Miscellaneous CBITi.S—Vontlihcds, Buhy BiiKketn, Carriafres, Play' Fons, Bassinets. Large SL'loctio'n of toys. Lowest prices in town, ' • • B'EACON KIDDIE CENTRE • •• : 73 GRAND' ST. wtby. 3+ Cats, Oops And Puts' GERMAN Shepherd Doj? Puppies —And miniature dachshund pup pies wi'.h fiircxt of pedigree available now. Von Vogci Kennels, 29 Nichols St., Seymour — one block above ConcordiaHa.ll, Dial Seymour 872. Services 37. BiiKfnr-KK Services AUTO I'AJNTIArtS, COMPLETE JOBS REASONABLE. ALSO SJMONIZIKG. JTMMIE'S G-ARAGE. WATERBURY 5-1203. CHINCH-LA doc.s. Young- healthy stock. Reasonable. E. Haaland, Route G, Southbury. Tel. Woodbury 50-11. A three lino, three day Ad costs 63 cents. JACK O'BlllEN—WKLDING 281 So. Main St. Waterbury Tel. Jv'aug. 2521—Wutby. 4-8-118 ProfoMsional K:idli) Repair Shop. Radios expertly repaired, moderate prices. Phone 30]7. CUSTOM RIIUJ'JIOLSTJKKI.NG — Special 2-picce Suite J.">9 CRIFFIX UPHOI^TERIXG CO. N.iugatnck . 3» Wanted To Render Service* ELECMUCAr, R.-pi.(rlnc Scrvlc* Appliances n. specialty. Ray Decker, 402 N. Main St. Tel. 4000. I'rofpssional Services EXCKL1.KNT KKUI'HOi.S'J'KK- IJN V G and slip covers. Amazingly low prices. Allen's Upholstering Studio. Mastercraft Artists. 1 Grand St. Waterbury. Dial .J-06-15 JIKJJ top ln.sul:itins wool. All types. Installed if desired. T. J. Mon- tambault, 530 No. Main St. Union City. Tel. 2683. ATTENTION ifilcctrolux Owner* —.Repairs, genuine part* and aervici;'. By bonded Elcctrolux Man, I. .iSTisscn, 3 T*.re*« Av«. Telephone <822. .. x 10 KIKVTMAX'S k's Great. Dry Cleaning Firm, offers its first class : dry cleartfng' not ojjly in family R»r- mcnts, but blankftis, ru£s and other sppci'iltios in this field. KIEVMAN'S . . .. 76 Ghurch Street Wanted To Buy C -V S H f01 ' Your MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Mecca Music Co. 203 Rank '1-1422 Postmaster F. T. Green States Shoe Boxes Should Not Be Used For Overseas Mail BCZ SAW^TIR By ftOY CB.iNK f BUT YOU'RE 60IKS TO HAVE TROUBLE ?UEXP1AINING WHAT HAPPENED TO H!J SWORD AND PORTFOUO. AtAVBE THAT'll GOOD LUCK A CAR/ IT'S MAJOR VAMASAKI ETTA KKT'J c^rr Dial 2211 'DODGE — PLYJMOUTH' AUTHORIZJJD Sales Service Parts, Accessories Mnlcolm "\V, Starr Corp. •ISR Watertown Ave. Dial 5-11-1 Boxes Are Not Strong Enough For This Type Of Use, Official Declares Rent your tiparo ;i News Wfint Ad. room through Tel. 4-2762 for a LOAN (,\»k for Mr. Wall) Thcuf! are buwy days ... If ynu have use for CASH to mn't seasonal needs: Fuel, Clmhings, KmiM-gencicK, you w|!I find the telephone it k'l-ffit lime-saver. A loan 'of SIOO costs when repaid In 12 fvtiml principal con- SPcutive monthly Installments, PHONE •1-2762 COB*. lirou-n Hide. PACKARD "A safe place to buy" I'uc'kut'il-AVaterbury, Inc. '!S2 Watertown Avenue Dial -1-010' Autos Wanted \VAXT 1C I) AT 0X01C LA TIC :MODICL OARS AY JO '\VJLL PAY UP TO OICILIXfi PRTOICS OLTFJ-T/RI) ATAYOOD AYATIORTOWN" 1073 TOP (,:icn;ix(; pi-Hoics J'AII) FO'.I? GOOD 'LAT.IO MODICL OARS "\\'u Xeoii J-"iriy At Once J.' 1 !)! 1 DolVnsi; Workc*rs< PJ-mXIO 74f! or 1230 AYATICK'TOAYX HARRY F. ATWOOD Look (it today's Ads for today's wants. PRIVATE BOCK Shoe boxes are not to bo used to pack Drifts for army or navy personnel overseas. -This point was particularly 'stressed by Postmaster Frank T. Green who stated that the shoo boxes are not strong cnoug-h. Owing- to the jfroiit. distance this mail must be transported and the handling and any 'atoras-e it must undergo, it is absolutely necessary that .all articles be packed in boxes of metal, wood, solid fiberboard or strong double- face corrujjiitod riberboard reinforced with stcony fi-ummod paper tape or tied with stror.c twiivc, or both. r^'aupatuclt residents who plan to send gifts to friends and relatives in the services overseas are asked to remember that each parcel is subject to censorship and delay in handling may be minimized by securing: the covering of the parcel- so as to permit ready inspection of the contents. Those sending parcels arc also in-Red to put- the address of thu icrv|i;c man inside of the parcel in case the outer wrappings arc torn or damaged. The parcel must nc properly addressed and the address must be legible, in typewriting: or ink. Copies of sales, slips of retail stores should not be used as address labels. The complete address for members of the army should also be shown and must contain' the name and rank, army serial number, -bruncli of service organization, A. P. O. number of the addressee and the post office through which the parcels arc to be routed. The name and address of the sender must also be shown. Parcels for naval personnel, including the marine corps- and the coastguard, should show the name, rank Or rating of the addressee and the naval unit to which he is assigned 1 with the navy number assigned thereto or name of the ship and fleet office through w.hich the parcels arc to be routed. Mail for the coast guard personnel Is addressed the same us for the r.a v«l personnel except that th words-' "U.-'S. : Coast Guard" a'r used -instead of "U. .S. Nayv." Christmas mail for members' o the merchant marine should also be -mailed between September 15 and October'15, if delivery by DC comber 25 Is desired. Parcels foi such "persons cannot bo rcg-isterec or insured, and there is no money order service .available to t branch of the service. The address must" contain the name of the addressee, name of the ship postmaster and post office through which the mail is to be routed and t'hc name of the .steamship line, •Christmas parcels shall not exceed the present limits of five pounds In -weight or 10' inches in length or 36 inches .in length, and girth combined, By TACt ROBtNSO* I1L TAKE THA7V'7r md OKAY/HERE'S TWENTY FIVE,TEN, FIF- FcEN OH.VM£LL."-ITS BETTEC'N NOTHIN'." MtV/VOU'R YOUNG . FOR MY OLD v— ^si'tra D^I-NS, rtjw r^iy UL i^^M^^SE^^^ Now At State , HOCAN,,, I KNOW WHEN I'M l-A.,.Z'/<\ F~E3H CiJTA THSOW 6'JN AWAY, h ir- S. • -P va\^-i«' PARXH3T GOOGLE A.ND SNUFFS The Mills Brothers, stars of stage, screen, rocords and radio, whose recording- of "Paper Doll" has sold over a million records, is tin* lirjidlino in person attraction on stage of th«: air-conditioned Stale thcal.rr, today, Saturday :i!id Sunday. Hoar this famous <>uart<:l: sing all your favorito songs a.s %virll as tliolr newest hit, "You Always Hurt The One VOu Love," which Is thu nation's newest song sensation. On the SJLIIIC program is |Ciro Jilinnc, "I'onivian Anihasssi- <lor of nhyt.liiu" and his "All- Xinerlcii," revue, featuring Alxlra Cuinargn, "IJra/ill;ii) Singing Star"; l\Iioliila and Nina, "Spanish Dancing r'l.'i-soiiulitles".' K linny,, ".TCxpontjiit of the Cul)::n T>imce"; nnd a hig cast of South America's greatest stnrs. The screen attraction Is "Tort of '10 Thieves." Litke Boy Reported In "Fair" Condition nt-v,,,- g 6t Q break! In the tropics they put me in th« -•<nnrow«,r». and in Alaska th«v out m« in the cooler!" Back the Attack — Buy Bonds •The condition of ' Donald Utko, 14, of 220 May street, continued "fair" this morning, according: to authorities Rt St. Mary's hospital. The boy suffered .internal injuries after a fall from a Monday. About >IC2 million acres in the U, S. grow or arc capable of grow- InK commercially valuable forests, .according to a survey by the department of agriculture. "DRAGON SEED" HELD OVER NOW AT THE STRAND A new and even greater Katharine Hepburn, in a demanding role Miol reveals all her superb dramatic ability, has conic to the Strand theatre in a. movie that will take its place with the all time great in Hollywood productions. That movie i.s. "Dragon Seed." This-, is the filmizntior. of the Pearl Buck novel — by the fame Studio that filmed the SB.mi* author's "Good Earth." "Drag-on Seed" i.s even greater. A powerful story of China and the Chinese people in their glorious strug-pic against the Japanese militni-ist machine, barehanded fighters for freedom whose place in history is almost unsurpassed. But "Dragon Seed" is magnificent movie cmt'ertainment above all. Tt has, in addition 'to Miss Hepburn, such outstanding names Aline MacMcihon, Altiin Tumiroff, is Walter Huston. Turhaiv Boy, Surd Hatficld, 'among many oth- . T.hc fi'.m is made under epic jroportion's, a truly great achievement among motion pictures.... The entire cast is excellent. You have never seen Miss Hcphurn turn MI; a batter, more moving, per- ormuncc .or .Hiiston do a more •calistic. portrayal us -he docs as g Trui, licvid oC the UIIK fam- |CRU(V\6 0 GOSSIP ftBOUT SNUFFV ? BREATH ft U)ORO OF VT-- BONOC 7 SNUFFV'S ONi VJtUV DRN&EROUS SECRET (VMSSION ONA JftP-MELO ISLRNO-- W£'S OlS&UlSEO AS ft --GRASS SKIRT- - 6AREFOOTEO AN 1 SWORE TICKLED HE GOT wo o 1 Tnem PINCHV oc CLODHOPPERS - PftO) N£\J£R ! 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