Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on August 21, 1944 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Monday, August 21, 1944
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r- MONDAY, AUGUST 21, 1944 NAUGATUCk DAILY NEWS Seven Many Are Looking For Roonis.Rent ¥owrs Today Through A News Want Ad! NOTICE! ;< i,jiu>s — 1"' AVonls: ;; i);ivs. Cost* OX.1A" Employment Ilflp U'unti-il—I'l-innlo wimtfd. Boublc ,to cook. Live in' or out. Phono 3330 between 9 a. m. and 5 p. m. For Sale Houses 1'or Snlo ]VINK room, --fumily IIOIISP for anlc, fi(ini«i> and nice barn. LJirfro • Jot, bl(,' enough for 3 more houses, Plmentions 125x170. Faces on 2 ' roads. Nice location. Patsy Labri- filn, RciiHor. 172 tti(,'h St. I'hone S 5SS-I or 3-1 W. Xlt'.IIT room, 'J-fiiiiilly IUUI.HC. All Improveninnts, in jrood condition. 2-c:ir gimme 1 and IIU'KC lot. Price ?r),7i'0. Al^o 12-room 2-faniily Jio' pa wipe and extra build- In? lot. Price Sli.300. A. Sheplcy. Tel. 2-133. SIX rmim, (rin'-fiilnlly, nil Iniprovcnicot!'.. John.ion Si. Two frimlly house on Scott St. John Heivly. Tel. 5031. Automotive 1-1 Autos For Sale Contriictors :DO.DGLO — PLYMOUTH : AUTJ10RIZK.D Sales Service Parts, Accessories Malcolm AV. BLarr Cor]'. -ISS WJitnrtown Avc. Dial 0-11-1(1 PACKARD "A safe place to buy" .Pjiclvanl-AYutcH.iury, Lie. •IJS2 Watcrtowii Avenue Dial -1-G'iOO VAPKIl HANGING iiiul FaintliiK. W. F. Cola, 17 Cedui- Street. Tel. rj-i5!>. Merchandise I'red And JPucl Jans FOitu court; K A DIO. H JS A T: PJ-IONE 29£>4. rou SA.I. ,R. TEL1S- it; Anton TUP OI-:i'L : IN'G .P.KICKS PAID FO'H GOOD LAT.I'J MO.I3EL CAI?S AVo Keod FJI'vy At Once For Defense Ayorkevs P.IJON!:: T4G or 1230 AVATI'IRTOWN HARRY F. ATWOOD AVAXTIi:I) AT OXCH LATIO HIDDKL CAliS AVJ.; WILL PAY VP TO (M'MLIXG PRICKS G-L.TF.FO R-D A TWOO.D WAT.KRTOWN 1073 OlUJICIl Now—For Jimilixl supply of seasoned wood, for atov-j, fir-u- pl:u:e and furnace. Also I'iekl tjLonos. dftncl, ^ivwel, one conl •range, oiiii ffas. ninye. one water heater, 'aUo ccd;u- I'0 HI o e tincl clothesline points, and mimevous other items. Light trucking and moving. Dial 2302 afte:' 4 p. in. G. Salinardi, S3S So. Main utrcet. Merchandise 28 Article* Merchandise VViincuiI ro Buy EANGLO-FUUL OIL COMET OIL OLD AND NEW CUSTOMERS Phone Wuterbury -I-S533 Household Articles COMPLETE Ii o in u fiiriiishliiKS bought for cash. l-JiRliost prices paid for c'.ucti'ic refrigerators, washers, nnd stoves, regardless of condition. Francis Fimiiture Co. 449 NORTH MAIN STRKET Telephone 3000 No points or permits needed to ell hunting poods through a'News V-ririt Ad. UUK 331x1 ANNUAL AUGUST SALE• ' Is Now' Guiny On Here's Your Chance To Buy And Save • Here we go again with more super values for August! While the supply lasts some of 'you .first- comers will snatch up unbelievable barj.'uir.s in fine living room suites,, bedroom, suites and quality dining room furniture. This . furniture' 1JAJJY unto comprises one of our biggest pur-1 cruises, a pre-war purchase that lias made our selections larger, now than ever before, Included In this great event are bedroom suites in great variety . . . period 1 styles, modern, and Swedish Modern, almost any kind of suite you cou.'d wish for'.'. '. dinette suites galore . . and a tremendous selection fit occasional pieces, kitchen furniture, rugs and floor-coverings, and nursery furniture. There is furniture for every room and most needs. Seo these outstanding values now at Albert's and SAVE! Connecticut's Largest. Furniture Store . A-L-J3-E-R-T-S • . 2(»S South Main St. AVaterburv DrAMONDS And Old Gold Bought. Watch repairing our specialty. GRAND JEW.EtRY 112'Grand Street- • Dial 5-0082 Animals Miscellaneous CJUBS—YnuUibcds,. -Baby Biuslccts. •Carriages; Pldy-Pcrisi Bassinets. Large selection ' of toys. lowest prices in town. R I* 1 A PON VKIDDIE CENTRE J3.U/J.WJ.X T Wtby teds, .'53.!)H; baby :mto seats, also large selection cjf toys* THE RADIO. SHOP ISO Grand St. ,. iWaterbury ' PJl'E-WAU girls 'white shoe Chicago roller, skates. Size 5. Kxcel- lont condition. Call 5862. Clothing 3ft Wanted To Buy OXK. T\vi> and thrrr family IIOIIHOS wanted. A!so farms and lots. Tel. MSI. K HAVE Bli'VKIt.S for .1-2-8 fmnily houses. Jos. V. Kosko, 3 Union St. Tel. -l'J2iS-2«i2. .\ I,IIH(| For S;ile LOT for siili- on Prospect street. 7r> x .137 foot.. Call Nuujfatuck ATTIlArTIVIC Building Lots for Post War Hornc.-t. 100 ft. fi'Ont- ivk'o. L'pptir Park Ave. Write Box "A" In rare of Nows for Interview. Jl Announcements Lost And Found HAVING .lost my g»M rutlnn hook A. Issued me hy tho local nition board T hereby ille application for a new one. JOSEPH KF22KLKVICH. Use Money From a News Want Ad to Buy Extra Bonds LADIES' & GENTLEMEN'S SUITS Tailor made. .$28.75. New Fall'and Winter Styles. JOHN MAG ONE 307 N. Main St. Wuntud To Buy SPARKLING FILM CURRENT LEAD AT THE LOEW THEATER HAVING LOST my jfu.- nilloi books A and C, iy^ued hy tin VVnturlniry Riitioniiif; Board, I hereby file application fora new HOWARD JOP.AY. \\,\\.l.KT lost lii'twi'<-n Alcii'/jtr, Ci. C. Murphy Co. store. Contained $13.00, draft card, .Reward. Please return to address ,on dr.ift card. LOST—Hunk Hook >'o, -IC.,3-14 on NdiiKtituck Savlnf,-s Bank has bt,-i-n lest. Any person havlnj; cliiims on said hook i.s called upon to present the Name to the hank within two months or the t'.iirr.f> hook will be declared cancelled and extinguished. «ind a now one Issued In lieu thereof. Dated nt Nnufratuck. Conn., Atitr. 7, 10-H. Auir. 21 ICi-H; Sept. 5, 19-1-1 13 i;iiK!n<-.s.H Annoiinci'UK'iils MONUMENTS RpocUil prloofl on All Momorlftlfl IV. RICHARDS 260 So. Main St, Naufc'ntuck Sparkling: with originality and gay with old-time song hits and scenes from musical comedies of its period, Eddie Cantor's "Show Business" came to the screen of the I_oew Poll theater yesterday :o prove itself one of the season's most entertaining tunenlms. Eddie Cantor, George Murphy, Joan Davis. Nancy Kelly and Constance Moore arc slurred in the offering, which is the story of a group of show folk over a 15 year period. Cantor produced th« tllm and wove into it many authentic incidents of his own career and those of the other principals. This method lends authenticity !.o the who'o production. Murphy plays the role of a successful burlesque slur svho takes the frightened young Cantor under his wing when the latter sets out tc; make his debut as an actor. Their professional tips and downs, their teaming with two girls in a quar- tot act. that leads them to fame and'thu compiictetions of ;heir respective romances, comprise the human story-plot. Played against the colorful background of vaudeville and Broadway musical comedy of the period, the story provides an unusually interesting and realistic piece of Him fare. . . .Various glimpses of Ziegfeld's "Whoopee" routines arc interspersed with such nostalgic numbers as "Dinah" ant! "It Had To Be You 1 and other famous old tunes in delightful fashion. Under the direction of Bd- warr! L. Marin the action flows steadily and the principals living practically road-life scenes of their own careers turn in notable performances. From any anglo ".Show .Business" is a highly worthwhile picture and one every audience wil enjov. Tho co-hit on this big musical Now At Strand C A S H for Your MUSICAL- INSTRUMENTS. Mecca Music Co. 203 Bank 4-1-122 BANK safe aeposit l?o.\es wanted. Highest cash prices paid. Wire collect, write or phone what, you h;ivc to offer. J. IS. Murphoy, Republic COS-!, S15 Yuatman Ave., Webster Groves 10, Mo. "DRAGON SEED"IS LEAD FILM NOW . AT THE STRAND JvuUuirinc Hepburn, us .ludi- in .'M-G-M's "Or;urr>!i Sci-d," liasi-d nil I'carl 15lii:k'> iiiivi;!. nnw lit tin- Strand tln-uUT, vViitt-'rliury, with MII imposing cn^t including; Walter Jliistnn, Aline Mao- Ma lion, Akiin 'J''f and Turhan lJt.•^ p , nnion^ many tit.hrrs. hit program is Lure' with Tom Brooks. -NiSht of Aclven- Conway and Jean PRIVATE BUCK FORT SHERIDAN, ILL. '•n rKATUirs HYNmCATr. In*-- WOULD RIGHTS RK3KR Boys Predict Hitler Will Meet Dual Death Newbursh. N T . Y. (UP)—A dual, end by suicide and murder ' on Sept. 12 is predicted for Adolf Hitler by the three youni;. Clough brothers of Nowburp:h. Following a serious study of ancient India's YoK.i astral sifrns — Iheii- latest interest •— Savi, 1-1: Gar!, 12, and Frar.xi, 10, cluinicd that, all wiKns forecast a double cITTiitb for the Nazi leader. Savi explains: "Probably Hitlor will jump from a high window to suicide, and on his way to earth ho w:I! be shot to death by :i revolutionary German odlccr anxious to end the war." All three boys are honor students, and last winter published reputedly the smallest newspaper in the United 'States. Newly elected members of the Arkansas general assembly "go to school" in the two months between their election and the start of the- legislative session. From the same studio thai pave you "The Good Earth." ".Mutiny 0:1 the- Bounty," "11 rs. Miniver" and "Random Harvest" comes another outstanding film. This one is cvalled "Dragon Seed." and is bo-rod on -the celebrated novel by Pearl Buck, author' also of "The Good Earth." It mu*t be said immediately that "Dragon Seed" is a pre.iL picture, •an outstanding production mea_s- ured by any standards in Uie great tradition of Hollywood. "Dragon Seed" i? the current feature at the Strand. It is a story of China and the vnli.-mt Chinese I>eople. It is a sweeping, epic story of tlicir struyplus n.gainrt the mar- nudinfr inv.-iders. thi; Japs. An epic story of a peaceful people who have shown tlu-it they know how to fight for their country against t.bc most tremendous odds in history. It is also a -story of love and devotion, with Katharine Hepburn following !ler triumphs in "Woman of the Ye-ar" and 'Philadelphia Story." Filmed on the same grand .scale as "7i*he Good lCr.ii-th," "Dragon .Seed" is even more far-rcuching and powerful in its effect. It hn.'- been masterfully directed by Jael; Con way. ' .. • "Dragon Seed" is one of those .pictures 'that comes but oncu in many seasons, Tt dcl'ir.itoly proves that Hollywood is capable of the gi-catcst kind of art tliat is at once the R' Itinc! nf entertainment. Every man, woman and child will find in "Dragon Seed" the picture about our Chinese friend? '.inti allies that he or .she h.ix been waiting for. "Dragon Seed" is "must sec" entertainment! As a special addQd foaturctto on the current Strand bill, Mrs. Smith's boy named Pote presents one of his clever Specialties, entitled "Movie Pests." It's a riot' in etiquette on wlrfil NOT to do at the picture theater. Latent Movietone News is also o. part of the Strand program which runs through Thursday. 30b JOHN'S MUSIC SHOP We buy, sell, exchange, and repair all kinds of instruments. Lowest prices .in the city. .350-382 So; Main St., Watby, Conn, :l-l Cats, DORS And Pots GERMAN Shepherd l>o«r Pu|ipfcs —And miniature dachshund pup pics wiLh fi.n-0-at of pedigree available now. Von Vojjel Kennels, 29i -Nichols St,-, Seymour—one block above Conoordia Hall. Dial Seymour 872. Services ',',~ BusincNN Services Kendoi-cd JACK O'BKIEN—WELDING 2S1 So. .Jl.-iin Si. Walci-bury Tel. Naui;. 2521—Watby. 4-8-118 ASHES and Rubbish removed. Furniture moving'. Loam delivered. Asbmore Trucking Co. N.T.UJJ. 3065 A Kabbits— Breeding docs. Young .healthy stock. Rc.-i-. sonnblu. E. Haalsind, Koute 6, SouLhbury. Tel. Woodbury 50-11. Education I'rofcHNionul Services 31 Local And Private •fiisl.riictors D1NA SCHOOL OF MUSIC STUDIOS—WATBY.' -1-5028 533 South Main—11 Wilson Street Piano — Voice — Mandolin Children, Adults, Advanced, Besin- ners. Rapid Piano Course for Adults EXCELLENT JUSUr.».IOr.STE«- 1NG and slip covers. Amazingly low prices. Allen's Upholaterlnfr -Studio. Mastcrerall Artists, J Grand -St. Watcrbury. Dial -I-06-1D RED top insulating wool. All types. Installed it desired. T. J. Mon- tambnult, MO No. Main St. Union 'City. Tel. 2683. Services Service* GIJABOSKIK'S Riidin Br.pair Shop. Radios expertly repaired, moderate prices. Phone 5C37. CUSTOM Special 2-picce Suite GRIFFIN UPHOLSTERING Naugatnck . . 459 CO. 469O 39 Wauled To Rcmli.-r EUSCTIUCAI.. ilcpairlnir Service Appliar.ccs * specialty. Ray Decker, 402 N. Main St. Tel. -1000. LEARN SCIENTIFIC MASSAGE. Good field. 'Masseurs needed. Ever.-incr ellipses. Write for free booklet. College Massage, 77 Plaza, Bridgeport. WAR BONDS -VTI'KN'TION caectrolux Owner* —Hcpair*. K«n"ine part* ,»nd net-vice. By oondcd EJectrolux Man. I. Nissen, 3 7>res» Av» Teiephone -1822. 40 Cleaning And HFEVMAN'S Kaujjatuck's Great Dry Cleaning Firm, offers its first class 'dry cleaning- not only in family garments, but blankets, rugs and other specialities in K-iis field. KIEVMAN'S 7i3 Church Street BUZ SAWYER CACKLE MUSIC/EGGS- HAM AND EGGS —BREAKFAST/ HERE F GO ACTING THE FOOL AGAIN —BUT A MAN'S GOT TO EAT. NOW, LOOK, SAWYER, YOU WERE FOOL, MAKING A PlAY FOR THAT JAP OFFICER'S GIRL. USE YOUR HEAD; BOY. CUT OUT THE MONKEY BUSINESS. FIND THAT GUERRILLA LEADER CALLED COBRA HELLO/ AMY600Y HOME ETTA KETT PATTT. RO»*rvSON WELL, I SEE NEXT| WEEK ISYOUrHr i WEEK.'r TMETOWN IS TO 8£IN Th'E MANDS r~- TAKETHEMAYOr2,| FO/2 HOWTHHYSONNAl PICIC'EM ? , tJ - V07= y r GUESS.' SECKICT AGENT X9 By ROBERT STOK>t BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS .Moving In For Bomb Run "No, Buck didn't act a furlough. He's smilin' becpuse his Sarg. did!" •••••• Back the Attack — Buy Bonds Buy War Bonds For Victory BWE-JAW WILL CET TM£ C/NO£B 7<?e;vr/HENT—TWAT'S FOK SUBE; WHEN YOU ADD ,-HUPCER TO DRAFT-00361NIS CHTIN'S AHO— MMX >' YOU CiO.A R£AT JO3.' DID THE PEST OP I'LL ADA1I I'VE HAD PUN CN PICNICS BESINNIM5...LUFTWAFFE, U.S.A. WELL,X-B..,I WORRIED SC /MUCH ABOUT -.YOU, UP THERE ]N THE HILI.S WITH-SLUE-JAW, THATJHE MY EYE6 LOST WEIC-HT.' GOOGLE AND SNUFFY SMITH -:_- Srlt^jf ' VJOELL-M? IT R'.N SUT TW — -UK HOUJ UJHFVT'S SOT T&TTERSRU., HVSS6 F •! G. WILL &<; PLUMS PP.OUO TO SEP, VE (YlOSEV WGHT IN By \V1I.I-IAM 1UTT and CIAKENCE GRAl BRICK BKA DFOKD • MADE AWARE, 3Y-THE-BRIGHT LIGHTS GLOWING FROM THE PALACE,-THAT SOMETHING OF GREAT IMPORT 16 AFOOT, TME PEOWlE'GF SAMAR CROWD'INTO .THE PALACE- GARDENS:"" ' ' '' THE TEN THOUSAND FACES OF THE POPULACE OUT6lbE ! LIFT IN EXPECTAMCY, DRATbA MAKES HIS BOLD BID FOR POWER'.! .NOW, M MUGGS AND SKEETER By WAO.Y BISHOP Leiiniiig over the lionihsiHlit; in tho of a B-29 S.upcrfortrcs's, bom- bnrdiei- \;':iltcr 1.. Dinnison, U'ii-rci', Ida'hoi |)roj>ares to pri!ss.tli'«"rc- Icnsc;;t will soinl his Iclhul missile's smack on' tlifi tiirKOI: at Aiir li:un, Bliiiiflniriji. '.I'lii-niiffii tlir> ivindows of Uu: plann a Jap stoel plant can hi; seen InirnlMg from hits wcorcd hy another U. S. bomber. (International)

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