Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on August 22, 1944 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Tuesday, August 22, 1944
Page 7
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1944 .NAUOATUCK .DAILY NEWS Page Seyan For Rooms. Rent NOTICE! Lines — 13 AYorcls; 'Running; For Davs, Costs ONLY 63 Employment Hi>ll> tu vuok. Live In or out. Phone 3330 l)i-two«n U a. in, und 5 p, m For Sale For J-'OK S.-M.K— '1 family IIOIIM- of s rooms, Kxtni laryo lot lo- caluil aouthwosit sltlu. Patsy Liihnola, i-vullor, .172 High St. I->hun<.' 3-158 or 5$3-t, UtllT nmiii, 2-fiiinll.v IIUUMO. /Ml Improvi-mcntM, In good condition, i'-air giirngti anil large lot. Price J5.700. AI.MO 12-room 2-fnmlly house, gariiXD and extra bullil- inp Int. Prlcit ?li,300. A. Shepk-y, TVi. M3.1. SIX riwin. iinii-fiunlly liuiimt, iUI iinproviTiifi^t^. JohdMon St. Tvvo fuiuily hotisi. 1 on Siiol'. St. Jon tlfaly. Tel. 503i. "A safe pluce to buy and. sell" 19-10 BUICK SEDAN Pack!! rd-Wn tor bu ry, •182 Waturtown Avenue Dial 4-C109 J».15 POllt. COUJ'K RADIO, H J2 A Tl E K. TELE- PHO.Nii' 201M. Auto DUDGJ3 — PLYMOUTH AUTHORIZED Sales Soi-vico Part*, Accessorle* Malcolm W. Stair Corp. ISrt Wntertown Ave. Dial 5-11-16 Merchandise Ami Fuel- OKDKH Now—For limited supply of seasoned wood, for stove, I'ire- plar.e and 1 furnace. Also field stones, sand, givwul, one coal range, one gas range, on« water heater, also cedar Co nice and clothesline points, and numerous other items. Light trucking and moving. Dial 2302 after -I p. m, G. Salirmrdi, 1333 So, Main street. A News Want Ad! 3V Local And Private rnHtructom HI Allton \VnnU-tl TO)* CIvILlNG J'KMOES PATD FOR (iOOl) LATF .MODKL OARS A\'o Need Fifty At Once For Dut'onse 'Workers J.'1-IONK 74C or 1230 AVATERTOWX HARRY .P. ATWOCVD EANGE-FUKL OIL COMET OIL OLD AND NEW CUSTOMERS Phone Waterbu/y -I-8C33 1-loiischoltl COMPOST*; home „.. bought for cush. HighoHt prices Olltt 33rd "ANNUAL AUGUST SALE ' •Is--Now G-qing .On, Here's Your Chancre To Buy Ami.Save' Here we go again with moi super values for' August!. Whl the supply lasts some of you firs comers will snatch up unbelievabl bargains In fine living-room suites bedroom, suites and, quaHtyi/dini'n room ' furniture., This v/furh'Ujir comprises, one of our.: biggest 5j«ii: chases, a . pre-war purchas8^ ; ;.tlia has made our selections; larger, inow than ever before, Included.-.,lti"lth'is great event ar.o bedraornjau^tes 'in piild for electric refrigerators, j great, .variety..,. . pcrlptl':.v.styles washers, and stoves, regard less I mo.dorn, and S.wcdlsh|.;Modern, al of condition, Frnncis Furniture Co. 4>10 NORTH MAIN STRKKT Telephone 3000 AVA XTKI) AT OXGF, LATK IMC/!)!::!, CARS AYE \\'1U. PAY UP TO OK I UNO PRICES CLTPKORT) .ATWOOD WATKRTOWN 1073 Wunti'il To liny O.VK, Twii mill tlirc«- funiUy lion.s*- wanted. Also farms and lots Tel. 5031. \VK HAVK fninily houses. Jos. V, L'nion St. Ti-l, -I92S-2932, for l-U-3 KOI- Stile LOT fur sulc on I'rospi'vt street 7,1 x 137 feet. Call Nnug-atuc! ATTUACTIVf; HiifldiriK- Lottt for War ttomuH. 100 ft. front- HKP- Upper Park Ave. Write Box "A" iti care of Xows for Interview. 7n To ]{pnt A COl.TI.I': and one child want a runt. Cull -H32. Single house pre- forretl. • . 11 Announcements T.cmt And Found Ulcycli?H SMALL Moturcyvln wuiitvd. CiUI, Adler, Naujjfatui.'k 22U1 ext. -161 Contractors minting PAl-KIl JIANG ING and P W, F, Cota, 17 Cedar Tel. 5-156, Street. Tel. 4-2762 for a LOAN (.\H|{ for Mr. WiUI) These arc busy clays ... If you }.ft.v« use for CASH to meet "seasonal needs: Fuel, Clothinps, Emergencies, you will find the telephone a tf'eut time-saver. A loan of $100 costs $10,50 when repaid In 32 equal principal consecutive monthly installments, PHONE' •1-2702 Suite 229 moat any .kin<U.of.'suita,'yoii : coujd wish for . . , dinette.;suites .galore . . . and a tremendous selection occasional pieces, kitchen furnitu-p, ruga and floor-coverings,., and -nursery furniture. There Is furniture for every room and most ine'erts; See these outstanding; values now at Albert's and SAVE! . Connecticut's Liirg-ost Furniture Store A-L-B-E-B-T-S ' 2GS South Main St. Waterbtirv DIAMONDS And' Old Gold Watch repairing our specialty. GRAND JEWELRY 112 Grand Street Dial 5-0082 CASH' for Your MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Mecca Music Co. 203 Bank 4-1422 BANK dufq acponlt fwxCR wanted. Hlgrhest cash prices- paid. Wire collect, write or phortc what you have to offer. J.-E.-Murphcy, Republic 6084; 81* • Yeatmah Ave., Webster Grove* 19,-Mo. BABY uulo l)bd», $S,U8; baby auto seats, also'large selection of toys': THE RADIO SHOP 180 Grand St. ' Watcrbury '„, CKIIiS—Youthbeil», Carriages, Play Pens, Bassinets. Lart'c .selection of toys. Lowest prices in town. BEACON KIDDIE, CENTRE' 73 GRANDEST. Wtby. DIN A SCHOOL- OF MUSIC STUDIOS—WATBY. *-&028 003 South 'Main—11 Wilson Street Piano — Voice — Mandolin Children, Adults, Advanced, Beginners. Rapid Piano Course for Adults :!0b JOHN'S MUSIC SHOP \Vn- buy, H(;||, exchange, and repair all kinds of instruments. fx>w- pst prices In the city. 3SO-382 So. Main St,, Watby, Conn. Animals Services 37. IJusinfHK ServlccH Rendered JACK O'BBIKN—WKLDING 281 So. Main St, Wnterbury Tel. Naug. 2021—Watby. -1-8418 Cuts,. Dogs. And Pets ASHES und Rubbish ntmovcd. Fur. I niture movintr. Loam delivered. Ashmore TrucWnjr Co. Naug. 3060 •B13-WA11 wlllto shoe Chicago roller skates. Siv.c 5. Excellent condition. Calf 0862. TWO LA«GE>;wnnlroh«! trunhH. 'condition-'and other lug- Apply .103 Lxieiist street, Union City, ' GERMAN- Shepherd DOB —And miniature dachshund pup pics with finest of pedigree available now. Von Vogel Kennels, 29 Nichols St., Seymour—one block above Concord la Hall. Dial Seymour 872. CIIINCir.LA RahbltM— Jl doc«. Young healthy stock. Reasonable. E. Haalar.d. P^outc G, Southbui-y. Tel, Woodbury 5041. lljullo lU-palr Sh*p. Radios expertly repaired, moderate prJccs. Phone .1617. . CUSTOM. BEUWIOK-STKBIXG — Special 2-pJece Suilo .'.'. " . J5» GRIFFTN; UPHOLSTERING ;co. Naugatuck • '. 461W 3!) Wuntcil To Render KcpeJrlnf .Servfc* Appliances * apecjajty. Ray Decker, 402 N. Main St. Tel. -1000. I'rofcHslonal Services Klectrolux Ownera —Repaln, Kenuin* p&rt* and •ervice. By bonded ICitntrolux Man. I, NJ«»en, t T<ire*a . Av*. Telephone 4822. EXCELI-BNT ARUWIOt-STEK- ING and slip covers, Amay.ingly j tow prices. Allen's Upholstering Studio. Mastercrafl Artists, 1 Grand- St. Watcrbury. Dial -1-OC15 40 Cleaning And top iiiKiilutinff wool. All Installed if desired. T. J; Mon- tambault, !330 No. Main Si.' Union City. Tel. 2683. Firm, KIEVMAVS aluck's Great Dry offers its first class dry cleaning not only in family' garments. bul. blanlteis, rugs and other specialities in Ihls field. KIEVMAN'S < 76 Church Slrett COMBmATlON Stove. Coul or ~oll with KUS. 'Phoriu 23.^8, Joseph. Auk.stolis. Clothing LADIES' & GENTLEMEN'S SUITS 'Tailor made, J2S.75. New Fall and Winter Styles. JOHN MAGONE 397 N. Main St. When, you w\int to place an Ad in the News, we are u.s near as your 'phone. Dial 222S. HAVING lost my KIIH rutlnn book A, issued mo by the local ration board I hereby (lie appil- cutlon for n new one. JOSEPH KE2EL.EVICH. J.OST—Hank Hook No. ».!)S7 o the- saving* department of the NauffHtuck National Bank J been lost. Any person hiivin'f, claims on said book is caJIcd up on to present the same to the bunk within two months or the same book will be declared cuncclU.-cl und extinguished and a new one- Issued In lieu thereof. Dutecl fit Niuiffatuck, Conn., Aujf X, 10-I-I. S-22 & 9-5, WAr,l,KT lost bi-twi-i-n Ak-u'/jir, G. C, Murphy Co. store. Contained $13.00. draft card. Reward. return to a<ldrc.-i.s on draft card. Aniiiiiinceincntjt MONUMENTS Rpcclnl prl^na on All Memorial* f. RICHARDS 260 So. M*ln St Cardinal Maglione, Vatican Secretary Of State, Is Dead Rome, Aup. 22— fTJ P)—Luipi Cardinal Mujrllone, the Pupal sec- •ctary of state, died early today at 'Ciisoria, near Naples. He was The Cardinal suffered' a heart Utack after a long illness. He had- icon at Casoria under the care of American doctors since the Allies occupied Rome. Curdlmil Muclione was. known in 'the ecclesiastical world 'as it diplomatic career man. His work was political in nature, and one of his major tasks was to ease the tension between estranged govern-1 menu nncl the Holy See. In 1939, Pope Pius appointed him as secretary of state — the position the Pope vacatod when he svas elevated to the Papacy. NAUGATUCK RANGERS C.S.G.V.R. The Naujratuck Rangers will hold a drill tonight at the Tuttle hous-e ground.. ;a - ;30 o - c i oc ] Ci Capt. Fred Baker announced this morning-, • A bivouac is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday and plans for the overnight ventures arc expected to be completed tom'sht, Kangrurs expecting. (,o leave lor th bivouac ,'u-ea. Saturday with th convoy at 2 p. m. are asked to no 'lil'y tho - odicer in chur^re b Thursday. GREAT CAST IN "SHOW BUSINESS" NOW AT LOEW'S HELD BY POLICE New Bedford. Mass.. Aug. 22— (UP)—The 26-yetir-old son of a retired police captain is held by authorities on burglary charges following a two-months' hideout n New Bedford woods. Police said that Wlnthrop E. Ellis of New Bedford was captured in a culvert, after a posse had hunted lim for two days in Euttonwood Park. Ellis is said to have admitted that he hid in'the park PRIVATE BUCK Romance, comedy and dram form the triple theme of "Sho\ Business," Eddie Cantor's spar kllng new musical which with it. array of stars tells a g^ay story o the American theater, Eddie Can tor, George Murphy, Joan Davis Nancy Kcliy and Constance Moore have the stellar roles in the tune ful picture, which, along with Its intriguing action features eight nostalgic old song favorites and a catchy new number. Cantor por- trnys a youngster from the East side who makes his 'stage debut at an old Bowery theater and Murphy is cast a? xi successful bur- le'scjue actor who encourages the boy and subsequently teams with him in a vaudeville act. Later the pair join forces with Miss Davis find Miss Moore to make a foursome that climbs .to fame and fortune, A comedy, romance between Cantor and Miss Davis and a serious one between Murphy and Miss Moore, complicated by the activities of a. rival actress and of -a theatrical agent motivate much of the story. Glimpses of memorable scenes from various hit shows of the period and scores Ninety Hospital Employes Were Taken Suddenly III Rochester, Is'. Y., Aup. 22—(UP) —Ninety employes are victims of food poisoning today at Strong: Memorial hospital, largest hospital in Rochester. Fifty staff members are undergoing- treatment at the hospital. And -10 student nurses are ' con fined to their homes. However none is in serious condition. A hospital spokesman said egfj salad spoiled by bacteria apparently was the cause of the poi soning. Victims were treated with sull';i duizinc — u new treatment used by army and navy doctors. of novelty numbers and spectacular effects add to the film's 'entertainment qualities. Here truly is a story ofthcstapc and its life fabricated in Its entirtS- ty by the people of whom it treats: A murdered model, an. estranged couple, a famous artist, and a subversive franjr out gunning for a busy attorney make up the eal- ent features of the co-hit on this thrilling prog-ram in "A Nig-ht of Adventure," which features Tom on way und introduces Audrey , who portrays his wife. Con- depicts a brilliant young: at- orncy who agrees- to defend' an artist suspected of murder, only o find himself up a^-viinst an ar- ay of, stacked and damnLnj^ cvi- 'eni;e which might well conv im instead. Apparently irref ble evidence Is furnished by t ttorney's enemies, while the fa hat his estranged wife is in lo ith the suspected artist ii com on property. Between 1030 and 19-10, Flori ained 27.9 per cent in populatio outh Dakota lost most heavi bout 7.5 per cent. Rushing To Close Falaise Gap "D«ar Eva-Th« «n«my has ff«d from h«r« and I'm in / charg* of mopping-up opcraHorul" Use Money Front a News Want Ad to Buy Extra Bonds UZ. SAWYER.: By KOV CRANB AH« HlfTTIME 810K6 KAl-KAlJ YOy IIKE-OM s -~ J JUST ONE OF THE BOYS FROM WILLOW SPRINGS. MA'AM, AND HUNGRY. YOU SAVVY PIPGIN ENGLISH f BELL B'LONG M"E 'E WUP.' HOLD ON, SAWYER. ATTEND TO BUSINESS. EAT. FIND WHERE THAT GUERRILLA LEADER IS AND LEAVE. NOW, YOU'RE TALKING. THIS IS REAL HOSPITALITY. NICE CURVE5, TOO. By PACT. TtOBINSON TWATS A DECISION VOU'LLHAVEJ r VJE'QE TAUCIMG ABOUT VOUTH WEBC-'ONE OF /c<^ >i "ME SCVS WANTS f £y, I ETTA TO 6E HIS f 1 CAMPAIGN 'VE SOr SOMETHING ID SAV A&DUr WHOM SME ALL,I AM H5/2. WEIL CONSULT SECRET AGENT X9 By ROBERT STOR; SUGGESTED TO COLONEL HUNTES, O F A'2, A POSSIBLE PLAN FOR LOCATiNS I SUSGESTEO VOO FOR TtJE JC0... WE HAS JUST WRITTEN, WIUIN«NES5 TO PROCEED WiTH TWf PLAN ITS ONE OF TMOSt THIN6* 1HAT A-.10HT LEAD UP A &UNO AU-CV X-fl.,. A$ VOU KNOW p WE WORK IN CLOSE HAftWONV WITH 4ffMV DRAWN UEAVIUV CN A-1'S HELP TO COLVE NUMEROUS WAfS-TI,M£ CASES ~~ AND VICE VERSA ! BJT ITS THE KlMD OF JOB YOU LIKE — FR4USMT WITH AND E«ITE*ENT..,AND PARNEY GOOGI.E AND SNUFFi' SMITH OONT «VST SICW NON<5HNSICAL QUESTION'S, TUE-SPRINC-. RN' FETCH { ftNOTHER GOURO O % TARPA WROTE :" TO TRE EOPLE OP 6AMAP, T(-1E!F? EIDERS AMD T(?IB&L CWIEF5 I WAVE 6ERVEt>- YOU WELL AS PROTECTOR - BUT NOW W15M TO LIVE MY OWN LIFE/ WILLIAM RITT Mid CLARENCE GRAl bib NOT WRITE THAT/ "SERVED YOU WELL".' TAR&A WOULD NOT BOAST IN.SUCU MANNER-' MIIO&OS, TARPA 60E6 ON TO 5AY HE HAS bEF>A&TEb TO A SECLU&Eb bWELLIMG WE WILL PASS OVER THAT- ANb PEAb OVJIY HIS FINAL BQUEST R4icin»j to the Falalsn cap to pound the trapped and fleeln c Germans, British tankn speed throiiKh the town of Flers where civilians, ff»th-, er<-d In the wreckage of tht-lr lioincx imd bii»incss placos, cheered * IH oil to victory. Slynul Corps Rudlophoto. (International Sound-' • photo) . ••';•; ;'•: HM-M.' IbOU&T IT, TOO. 1 IUGGS AND SKEETER By IVAU.Y BISHOP WEPE SUNK. 'THESE ISKJT A SUOE I W TOW/kl SHE CAW GET UEP IM - . ^ s*~—s - T ROCK EITUE5? VO' GIT ME SPIKE SHOES CIS I OOWT TEAM 7 ••*

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