Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on August 19, 1944 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Saturday, August 19, 1944
Page 7
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1944 If You Need Help Advertise Here For Honorably Discharged Returned Servicemen NOTICE! .l,iiu>s --- lf> Words*; .Rmminir, l |1 nr P;ivs, Costs ONLY 63 Employment Ili-lji WiintiHl—F WOMAN f»r liouwwork. 5 liourw throe dnys a week. Reply Box H, Can- of The New.-t. JlOtWKKKKI'KIl wiinUxl. !>(» iihlr to rook. Live in or out. Phone 3330 between 11 a. m. und 0 p, m. For Sale For Snlo JflNH rniim, ,-fiifiilly house for unlo, fc'nrnpe nnd nice bnrn. Ixirffc lut, I>IK onouKh for 3 moi'e hou.susi, I^imi-ntion.M IL'Exno, Kuccjt on - rondji. Nice location. Patsy Labrl- nln. Kotiltor, 172 High St. Phono >;i(!HT room, 3-fiimily hoiiNC. All improvcnicnts. In Rood condition, 2-cnr Knraj;e untl tnrgo lot. Price J.i.TOO. Also 12-i'oom 2-fnmlly hoxisc. ;;(iriL);c and extra build- inf Int. Trice 56,300. A,' Shepley. Ti-l. 2't3.'',. Announcements SMALL Gri>oii I'ocUiitliuok lost lit U. S. outing dance hall. Contained wallet nnd inoiicv. Phone COG1. Rent your spare iv News Want Ad. room through W/\I,LKT l<wt Ix-hvccn Alcazar, «.;, C. Mi;;.'phy Co. store. Contained $13,00, draft card. Reward. Please return to addrcws on draft card.' Automotive Autos Wuntuil 11 Lost And Found HAVING J.OST my K-IIH ration books A and C, isauod by tlic' \Viiterbiiry Rationing Board. I hereby file application fora new or.c. HOWARD JORAY. Announcements MONUMENTS Special prices on AH Memorial" V. RICHARDS 260 So. ij»in St. j Naugatuck WANTED AT ONC.K LATK MODEL CARS AVE WUj PAY UP'TO CEILTNG PRICKS C LTFFOKD A TWO OD . WATJS13TOW2s r 1073 Merchandise Household Articles Contractors Painting 1'APJiH HANGING nnd Piilntlnft. W. F.. : -'fcota, 17 , Cedar. Street. Tel, 5-l5b. . Merchandise :PIM:<| Anil Automotive Autos Snlo DODGE — PLYMOUTH -AUTHORIZED nlcs Service Parts, Accessories Malcolm "\V. Starr Coi-]i, S Watcrtown Avc. Dial 5-11'lC 5-KOOM IIOI'SK mul KUruKi' ju^l linishud. Open for InsipccUon Sntiu-dny and Sunday. On Xlxon Avo. Tel. 3021. Sf\ room, tme-fmiilly lion***, all Improvements. Johnson St. Two f'.imlly house on Srott St. John Hcnly, Tel. ."031. 8i« Wnnttxl To Buy O.VK, Tivo find Uin-i- family li wanted. Also farms and Tel. 3031. IIAVJ'J Bt'VKKs! tr [-2-S family houwes. Jos. V. Rosko, 3 union St. Tel. -1D23-20D2. Lund For PACKARD "A sfife place to buy" Pac'knrd-AVn tor bury. Inc. IS2 Watcrtown Avenue Dial -1-6100 Autnn Wanted PAfO V0\i GOOD TK MODEL OAKS Xc'cd Fifty At Onco nsc Workc>rs 740 or IIW A\\. For "De PHON IIAR.EY F. ATWOOD OllDEU. Now—For limited supply of seasoned wood, for stove, fireplace and furnace. Also field stones, sand, (Travel.- one coal rans'c, one itas ran^c, one water heater, also cedar and clotliesline points, u:u! numerous other items. Lisht trucking and moving. Dial 2302 after -I p. in. G. Salinardi, 53S So. Main street. Houscliolcl Articles I1ABY—Car -.eats, 1'lay jiciis, hatlil- nott.-:, criba, high chairs, Kant\vct matLro.sscy, tov.s. THE RADIO SHOP ISO Grand St. U'aterbury . .OU.R :J3rd ANNUAL AUGUST'SALE:- • "Is Now- Going On •' Here's YoLIT Chuiicc i Ttv'Buy'Aiu.l Save Here wo g;o apain with : more super' valucsi for. -August! While the supply lasta gome' of'you itlrst- comers will snatch up' unbelicvnb! bargains in fine living room suites bedroom suites and quality dinin room furniture. • This 'furriitur comprises one of our blp/pcst • chasics, a pro-war • purchase th;i has made our selections larger now than ever before. Included 'in t Brent event are bedroom suites in eroiit variety . . . period styles modern,'and' Swedish Modern, n.\ most any kind of suite you oou.'d wish for . , . dinette suites* salorc . . . and a tremendous selection of occasional'piocus, kitchen furniture rujrs and floor-coverings, and nursery furniture. There is furniture for every room and most/-needs. See these outstanding values 'now at Albert's and SAVIS! CuiiHticticut's L.'iryost FiiiMiiturc Store A-L-B-B-li-T-S 208'" So ii tli M;iin St. Watci'burv Merchandise son Slunlaa: .Wunted ro Buy. BANK Niife- deposit boxCH wanted. Highest cash prices paid. Wire collect, write or phone what you have to offer. J.'K Murphey, Re- j .public COS-), 815 Yeatmun Ave., Wcbstcf.GroveB'iO, Mo. JOHN'S MUSIC SHOP \Vc buy, si.'ll, oxch:mfr«, arid rnjmlr all kinds of instruments. Lowest pi-ices In,the city. 380-382 So. Main St., Watby, Conn. ArWCTca For Sale .' '. 'FAMOUS . . WAXON.. FUB.JMITUKE POLISH $1.20 rjt. Write 'or phone .1-1559 , WAXON; 'POLISH CO. 38 .Beverly 'Ave.. Watcrbury, Conn. :tu MlSCCllllllCOlIN CJUBS—Voiitliljctl's. Kahjr Bn-skc-te, Carriages, Play Pens, Bassinets. •• Largo selection of toys. Lowest prices in toivn. BEACON KIDDIE CENTRE 73 GRAND ST.'Wtby. SMALL light oak liuslness desk for sale; cluiir; also indirect lighting tublii lump. Call 2500. Someone would, like to rent, your pare room. Put an Ad in the News. ' • i . Animals .'!* Cuts, DORS And J'ets GERMAN; siicpbcrd nog PUJ>I>I«:H- —-And miniature dacHs>iun<J pup pies with fin-cat of pedigree available now. Von Vogci Kennels, 29\ Nichols St., Seymour — O:ic block above Concordid'Hall. Dial Seymour 872. Services .'{7 UiislncNH Service* Ilcndcrcd AUTO PAINTING. COSIJ.T.ETK JOES REASONABLE., ALSO SIMOKIZJNG. JIMMIE'S GARAGE. WATEREURY 5-1203. JACK 281 So. Main St. Watcrbury Tel. Naujr. 2521—Watby. 4-8-U8 ASHES and Iluhhlsli removed. Fur. • niture' moving. Loam delivered, Ashmore Trucking Co. Naug. 30CC Services J'r*f«*slon;i( GKAKOSKtK'S Radio Impair Shop. Radios' expertly repaired, moderate pi-ices. Phone 5617. ". . CCSTO.M Speciaf 2-piccc Suite ,.'..'... ,$S9 GRIFFIN UPHOLSTERING. CO. 3fa.ugnlr.cli • 489U 3f) Wanted To Render Service* Professional Services CljrN'CILLA Rnbliibt — does. Young: healthy stock. Reasonable. E. ' Haaland, Route 6 Southbury. Tel. Woodbury 5041 Education S\ Local And Prlvatu Instructors DTNA SCHOOL OF MUSIC . STUDIOS—WATBY. -J-500S !33 South Main—11 Wilson Street Piano — Voice — Mandolin Children, Adults, Advanced, Beiiin- lers. Rapid Piano Course Tor Adults EXCKIXENT jti JNG ami slip covers. Amazingly . lov prices. Allen's Upholatcvinj; Studio. Mastcrcrafl Artists- 3 • Grand St. Watcrbury. Dial -i-QC'iS men fop insulating- wool. All typos. Installed if desired. T, J. llon- tambault, 530 No. Main St. Union City. Tel. 2083. In the rcven years from 1932 to 1938. American railroads abandoned 11,726 miles of main track, and in the same period, built G-H miles of new trackage. Rc(if.Mng Appliances & specialty. Ray Decker, -102 N. Ma.'n St. Tcl.-40W>.' ATTENTION J£leccr»fux Owner* —Repairs, genuine P«rl« »nd Hcrvicc. By Oondcd Klc<7troluji Man. I. .Nissen, 3 T».re»» Av», Telephone \4822. ' .. 4D Dyeing KJTEVMAN'S Great Dry Cleaning Firm, offers its first class dry cleaning not only in family Rar- iiicnts, but blankets, ru^s acd other sppc'ilties in Ihis field. KIEVMAN"S ' 7(5 Church Strci-t KTJi li o in o furnishlnc" bough!, for cush. Mi^'fic-st prices paid for electric refrigerators, washers, and stoves, regardless of condition. Francis Furniture Co. 4-19 NORTH MAIN STRKET Telephone 3000 Wanted To Buy CAS H Mecca Music tor Your ML'SICAIv ns'STRUMENTS. Co. '203 Bank -1-1-122 DIAMONDS And Old Gold Bought. Watch repairing our specialty. . GRAND JEWELRY 312 Grand Street. Dial 5-0082 Back the Attack — Buy Bonds Buy War Bonds For Victory On The Air Today for *i»l(> on I'ro.Hpi'ct \ 137 feet. Call rs'avi 20M. ATTKACTIVK Ilulldlnir Lots for Pant Win- Homes. 300 ft. fronr- fiKf. Upper Park Avo. Write Box "A" in care of N'ow« for interview. \vith Lo- Announcements Dl.stflct of NaucrtUuck KM, Probate Cfiui't, Auj;. .18th. 10-t'l. Kstatc of Mary Trinno ak(i Marie Trolunn ,-ika Marin Gtiiscppo Trol- nno late of Naufrntuck, in snkl District, decnasecl. Tin; Court of Probate for th« Dlati-ict of Nnutfatuck hath limited ,'inr| iillou-od .six months from rlntc hereof for the creditors of said cstiitc to exhibit their claims for sotllemcnt. Those who neglect to present their accounts properly at- iMti'fl. wii.hin said tinio, will be cleb.-irnxl a recovery. All persons indebted to said Estate ' are re qiip.iti'fl to mnke Immediate payment to JOSEPHINE TRIANO, Administratrix. Silfi South Mnin street, N'niit'allicit. Conn. Per Ori|«r of Court. ATTKST: STKr'MRN J, SWEENEY, _ WAR BONDS 3:30 p. ni. WABC—Country Journal WTIC—Indiana Indico WJZ—SwinK Shift Frolic WEAF—Carolyn Gilbert WATR-WOR—Luncheon pez 1 ."13 p. ill. WATR—Carnival WEAF-WATR—Nev.'s WTIC—John McVar.e 3:00 p. in. WOR—Lani Mclmire Orch. WTIC—Here's to Youth W.IZ—News; Women in Blue WIJAF— Musicvina WAEC—Of Men* and Books 2:30 p. in. WOR—News; Cy Walters WABC—CaMinp Pan Amorii-a WJZ—Sez You \VTrC-WBAF—Sports Stories '3:00 p. ni. WOR—This is Halloran WJZ—News; 21 Stars WTIC—Minstrel Melodies WABC—Victory F. O. B. W.EAF— Anniversary 8:»() p, m. WOK—Bob Strong- Orch. WTIC—Music on Display WJZ —Ja/.K Concert WABC—Visiting Hour . •i:oo P. m. WOR—Rollini Trio WJ55—News: Heidt Orch. WATR—Afternoon Revue WABC—Boot Oimp Parade WTIC-WEAF—To be announced '1:15 p. m. WEAF—Barbara and Boys 4:;«l p. in. WAEC—Ted HUSIIIK; News WTIC-WEAF—Rhythm Works-hop WOR-—Scinitosra Kaces; Trio fjiOO p. m. WTTC-W EA F—Yo u [• -Ain nrica WJJ5—News; Concert Orel:. WOR—Unnlc Don WATR—Saturday Concert WABC—Corliss Archer p. WOR—Roliiai Orch. 5:30 p. m. •WEAF—D'Arcy (.Ji:artet WABC—Mother and D,-td U'OR—Leo Ciisile Orch. WTIC—Cesar Searchinjror 5:45 p. in. WEAF-WTIC—Curt Massoy WJZ-WATR—Hullo Sweetheart (i:00 p. ni, WKAF-WATR-WJo'- rs'cu-« WOR—News; Prayer Ii:l5 |i. in. WEAF—l-lolly.vood Theater WATR-WJZ -Spor!.N WOR—No WM reel; Em re WABC—People's Platform \VTiC—Ja.7.7. Gem.s (i:;)0 p. 111, WOR—News; Stan WABC—Plntform WTIC—Strictly Sports WJZ —Green .Hornet WATR—Sports; Hits-Bit 7:WI p. in. WABC—It's Maritime WEAF—They Call Me WOR—Guess Who'.' 7:l;j p. ni. ;z-WATR-WEAF.,. Ne 7:;;u p. 111. WABC-. Mrs. Miniver WATR--Best Loved Music WEAF-WTIC—Eliery Quocn WOn — Confidentifilly WJJJ—RCA Program 7.--I5 p. m. WOR—Answer Man p. in. WARC--Kennv Balier Show WTIC--Abic's .Irish WEAF—Author's Plfi vhou.s c WATR-WJZ—America::. Dam:c Music WOR—News 8:15 p. m. WOR—For Romariibranoc WJZ—To he announced WEAF-WTIC—Author's Plny- W PRIVATE BUCK • V list0nl Musicl" AOY CRAXK LEADER CUMBS OUT. SHAKES SOMEBODY 60T.TA BREAK THE NEWS 1O SWEENEY I DON'T . TIA^E'S UP. KNOW. CHIN. CAPTAIN. ANY H E J U 5T / INSTRUCTIONS, HIS HEAD, DEJECTEDLY. t CAN HEAR THE SPECIAL PATROL COMIN IN.THEY'VE BEEN OUT TO MEET BUZ. ANY MINUTE NOW—AN V MINUTE — HE'LL COME BREEZIN'IN TOSEEME HAPPENED. POPS CHANGE COURSE. PROCEED WITHOUT SAWYER. L 6U£SS SALLY GOP HEPWA/j ACUTE eCV/SHE MET HI MAT A DANCE LASf NIGHT. HE WANTS D3EMAf? BIGHT AWAY. SH= IVANTHD A p-^=\, UDNG EN- ' is IN THH PAPE.K.'- SHE'S-ENGAGED// house 8::iO p WOR— Cisco Kid • WABC — Inner Sanctum WJ2; — Esplanade Concert !):00 p. m. \VA.BC-Hit Parade WOR— Talk; Music Festival WTIC-WEAF— Earn Dunce p. in. \VOR — Theater of the -A-ir WABC — School of the Air 9:80 p. ni. WATR-WJZ — Spotlight on Rnc- btlrr> \VEAFiWTTC— Can You Top This ii, 9.''I5 p. m. WABC — 'Saturday Serenade \VJZ-D.inco O.-ch.; Quick Qui;; 10:00 p. ni. — Wood-Kelly 'Show WOR — News WATR-WJZ— Guy Lornbardo Orch. 10:15 p. ni. WATR— Music WABC — Correction Please WOR— S"hady Valley Barn Dance 10:.SO' p. in. WATR-WJZ— Army Service Forc- By ROBERT ./">;•,':;.-'/ TK^ CHIEF WOULD PIKE ""N ''fr;'/' ME,IF t4E KNEW I STlLt RAD •+C'.t TWO SLU66 LEFT IN THAT GUN r THREW AWAY; WTIC-WEAF— Grand Olc .'HI;-I5 i). in. WEAF— Rear Acini. Kirk, WABC— Talks WOR— Bob Strong Orch. ]I:(M) p. m.' A L L Slntio tin — Xe ws 11:15 p. m. WATR— California Melodies WTIC-WEAF— Sli-iivEr Quartet \VABC-Shi-i) Fielris Orch. WJZ — JDi-amatic Sketch WOR.— News; Wcnthrr I1:SO [i. m. WJZ — Hoosicr Hop WOR— Stronpr. Lopes; Orchs, WATR— -Tommy Tucker 'Bnncl WTIC-WEAF-— Training Command Band WABC—Dc.-i.ii .Hudson Orch, 13:00 Mi WEAF— News; Prij-.c Play WJZ— News; Fields Orch. WOR — CalJowav. Heiclt Orchs T. -SVWOUJU we's - <5KeeT TO TH' cofv\PANv WRKE UP (VHSTOFER PER BRICK BKADFOBE ClAREXCE GHAt GEWTLEMEM , SHALL I MEANWHILE, IN THE BRICK'S SOUN& • SO SANDY RE-. TURNS TO HIS SLEEP, UNAWARE -TH15-LAST ME55ASE OF TARPA PALACE TOWER - OH,-WELL,6UESS IT'S JUST SOME OF BOYS HAVING A PAI5TY.' OF THE V\EAN!HG OF THE TUMULT PAR BEU3W " MUGGS AND SKJEETEK By WAU.V BISHOP F11- L DUO S [ JiJM P' TO <£$=?, /c± I'M A PARK- TROOPER.!! 1 Your Hollywood Neighbor" on "Star playhouse," knowii

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