Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on August 23, 1944 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, August 23, 1944
Page 7
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1944 NAUOATUCK DAILY NEWS Page Seven Many Are Looking For Rooms. Rent]>¥ouri Today Through A 'News Want Ad! NOTICE! =•: If) Words; For D:ivs. (,'osis ONLY 63 -- -^^^^^^^^^^^^™ Announcements Automotive And Found HAVING lout my K».H nitlon book A. issued me by the Jociil ration board I hereby lllc application for n. new one. JOSEPH KEZELEVICH I 18 Motorcycles, Pcrsoiml H. II. IX |'|C»N<> return. All I* for- Kivon. Signed: I. E. Mlshawnku, Iiul. SAIALI. Motorcycle wauled. Co Adlor, Nuutratuck 22C1 cxt. -101 Contractors I'uiiitlne I!J Huslnciui AnnoiilicvinontH Employment Wanted— Wo.MH.V PART TIME 7 to 12 A. M, or 12;30 to 5:30 P. M. UGHT. CLEAN .BliN'CHVVOKK Kxperionct: Not Necessary Kis-'llnll Mt'y. (Jo. • 2100 ?o. Miiin St.. Wuterbiiry . Special prices on All Memorial* V. KICHAftDS 2GO So, Main St. Automotive 14 Autos For Stilo PAPKB HANGING- and Pulntln W. F. 'Cola, 17 Ccdnr Stree Tel. 5'!5i. Merchandise Feed And Fuel "A sufe place to buy and .soil" 19-10 BUICK SEDAN .Pucka i-cl-Watcrbury, Inc. •1S2 Watortown Avenue Diul •1-010 IlOfSKKKKI-KK wanted, llcnbl to cuul:. .Live in or out. Phon 333D between 9 n, m. und G p. m For Sale For Sale (>K SAI.K—- fumily IKHIM- <if ^ rucfns. ICxtrit lui'^'C tot lo- i:al-il southwest side. Pats;, t.'it.i-iula, i-siiltor. 172 HiKh St, '1'i.S or W3-I. IMCIIIT ruom, --family IKKISO, All iinprovenii-nta, in tr°Q'l condition, i'-cur «:icaj,'<- and hn-jfi- lot. Price Sii.Tot). Also 12-room 2-funjlly hoiiM.', ;;ui'iif,'o and extra buikl- Ir.R lot. Price 50.300. A. Sheploy. "VI, --I3C. il.\ room, nnr-l'iiiiiiiy IHMIM', .ill inipriivi-'iiii-nLx. Johnson St. Two .'uRiily housi- on Si'Ott St, John ilualy. Tul. 5031. \Viintfd To Huy !)S5 FOHD COUJ'K FO11 SAJ.K RADIO, H E A T,E K. TELE PHONE 209.1. Auto 1'jirtM JJODOJ-] — PLYMOUTH AUTHORIZED Sales Service Parts, Accessories Malcolm W. Starr Corp. •ISS \Vate rtown Avo. Dial 0-1146 Autos Wanted •TUP CI-llLING P J'ATD FOR GOOD LATI ; : M'UDHL CARS AVo Nc'cd Fifty At Once Fur .DclVnso NVoi'lcer.s J'-'MONB 740 or 1230 AVATERTOAVX ITAK'KY F. ATAVOO'D OKBEB .> r o«'—For llinlU.-d »iip|)|> of seasoned wood, for stove, fire place and' furnace. Also' field stones, sand, ^navel, one coa range, one gas rantfe, one wa/ei heater, also cedar reivcc and clot!icaline points, and' numerous other items. Light trucking and moving. Dial 2302 after' 4 p, m. G. Salinardi, G38 So. Main -street. KANGE-FUEL OIL COMET OIL OLD AND NEW CUSTOMERS Phone Waterbury -1-8533 Merchandise 28 Household Articles OUR J13i-d ANNUAL AUGUST SALE.. / Is Now Going : 0ii' : ::; Here's Your Chance^ 11 •-• To Buy And Sav Heru wo go again w.It'n" mo super values for August! Whi the supply lasts some of you firs corners will- snatch up unbuliovab largains In tine living room, suite bedroom suites and quality dlnlri •oom furniture. This furnltui comprises one of our biggest pu chases, a pre-war purchase tha ms mado our selections larger no^ ban ever before. Included in this jreat event are bedroom suites in real variety . . . period styles 2«u Farm Machinery CLETUAC Cruwlur T r a c t o r *— available for the farmer, or- chardist and lumber operator. Call or write for information: Power Equipment & Service Inc. 109 Water struct, New Haven, Conn. 'Phone S-CloO, modern,' and Swedish Modern, al most any kind of suite you could ish for . . . dinette suites galore and a tremendous selection'' of ccaslonal pieces, kitchen furniture ugs'and floor-coverings, and' nur- ry furniture. There is furniture 'or every room and "most needs, ee these outstanding values now at Albert's and SAVE! Connecticut's Lai'gost Furniture Store ••.-. A-L-B-J2-R-T-S 2fiS South Main St. Merchandise Wanted To Buy BANK safe deposit 7>oxcM wanted. Hlfhost cash prices paid. Wire collect, write or phone what you have to' o'ffer. J. E. Mm-phey, Re- pubJic. C084, 815 Veatman Ave., "' Webster Groves 10, Mo, 30 BABY unto .beds, $3.98; baby unto seats, also large selection of toys? THE RADIO SHOP ISO Grund St. Waterbury PU/E-WAKvifirls -'.wltito Nhoc Chicago roller skates'. Si/.e 5. Excellent condition. Call 5862.' Merchandise 3TUNICU1 MUSIC SHOP' We buy, sell, exchange, and r«:palr all kinds of inatruments. Lowest prices in the city. 2SO-382 So Main St., Watby, Conn. Education \ St I-ocul And Private InstructorM TWO LARGE wardrobe, trunk*. food condition and other luggage. Apply 103 'Locust street, Union City. '/ DINA SCHOOL OF MUSIC STCDIOS—WATEY. 4-0028 553 South Main—11- Wilson Street Piano — Voice — Mandolin Children, Adults,' Advanced, Eegih- ners. Rapid Piano Course for Adults Animals Services Service* {tendered JACK Q'BUIEN—WICLDING 281 So. Main St, Waterbury Tel. Naujf. 2021—Walby. 4-8418 ASHES ^and KubbKh removed. Furniture moving. Loam delivered. Ashmore Trucking" Co. Naufe'. 30G5 Services Piano Tuning •58 J'rufcNNlonal Services EXCKtXKNT JNG and slip covers, Amazingly low priftea. Allen's Upholmering Studio. Mastcrcroft Artists, 3 Grand St. Waterbury. Dial. 4-0645 RIBS—Youthbods, Bivhy Biutkcta, Carriages, Play Pens, Bassinets, I/arije selection of toys. Lowest prices in town. EACON KIDDIE CENTRE 73 GRAND ST. Wtby. Cats, Hogs And Pets Ruhblts — Breeding doe's. Younpr healthy slock. Reasonable. £.• Haaland, Route 0, Southbury. Tel. Woodbury 5041. Kindling 1 wood isn't dead, wood when advertised in the News. IKD top insulating wool. All ty|i<*. JnstalJcd if desired. T. J. Mon- tambault, 530 No. Main St. Union City. Tel. 2G83. IS YOUR PIANO In Up-top for your cominpr fall and winter pleasure? Call. Metro Muolc iT.-j.rt, SS'Church St., for expert service. Dial 5287. $9 Wanted To Jfcnder Service* KLECriUCAL «opofrln B Kcrvlc* Appliances a specially. • Buy Decker, -102 N. Main- St Tel. <OOC>. ATTKNTION —Rcpaln, genuine p*rl» «nd •ervice. Sy bonded Klectrolux Man. I. Nissen. 2 Teresa Telephone 4822. - CUSTOM KEUPIIOT,SXEHING — Special 2-piece Suite ...... 559 GRIFFIN ...... UPHOLSTERING CO. 4690 10 Cleaning A .id Dye.lng GRABOSKIK'S Riullo K(;p:ilr Shop. •Radios expertly repaired, moderate prices. Phone 5617. KIEVMA.VS luck's Great Dry Cleaning Firm, offers its first class dry cleaning- not. only in family gar- menus, but blankets, ru^s and other spccinHies in t>jjs field. KIEVMAN'S 76 Church Street BUZ SAWYER Household Articles O.VK, Tuo ;iml t wanted. Ti-l. oi>3t. n'c family liuuscs fju-m.i and lots. \VK 11AVK Hi; V Kits fur 1.2-3 fiLHiily houses. Ju.s. V. iio.sko, 3 Union St. Tel. -1028-2052. I.aiul For Sale for Mile DII Prospect .stn'ct. x 127 feet. Cull WANTED AT OXCI-: LATH .MODIOL CARS WJ-] »VJLL PAY UP TO CKILTXCJ PRICKS C I.TFFo [•{.!.) AT^'OOD \\'A.TI-JRTC>AV'.V .1073 COMlMJSTi: Ii o lii a fiir bought: for cash. Highest prices paid for electric refrigerators, washers, and stoves, regardless of condition. Fran i;is Fnniiture Co. 449 NOKTH MAIN STRKKT Telephone 3000 COMBINATION Stove.",G««l""i«-* with gas. "Phone "235'8;'-''-D't$e l - Aukstolis. - . ;• ••.,:• "'.,.- . : - Wii Clotlilnj; •''• LADIES' & GENTLEMEN'S SUITS Tailor mado, $28.75. New Pall 'anc • . Winter Styles. JOHN MAGONE 397 N. Main.' St Wanted ro lluy They keep fighting- You keep buying 8OJVDS DIAMONDS And Old Gold Bought. Watch repairing our specialty. GRAND JEWELRY -. 112 Grand Street Dial '5-(X)82 CASH ror Your MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. , Mecca Music Co. 203 Ban]; •1-H22 AND;TO EXPRESS MY APPRECIATION FOR SUCH Aj-DBLICIOUS BREAKFAST. tAOIIS, I'M PRESENTING YC'J. WITH CHEWINS-GUM AND By KOY CRANK JUST ONE MORE FAVOR, PLEASE. I'M LOOKING FOR A GUERRILLA LEADER, CALLED THE COBRA. YOU SAVVY WHERE STOP COBRA FEUA. YES? ETTA XJKTT By Want Ads are liked because they arp easy to /Ind, rl«-ht to the point, down to earth, and up to the minute. ATTKACTIVK UuIUIini; Lots for Host War Homes. 100 i't. front up-, trpiirr Park Avis. Write Box "A" m raiv of .N'e«\s for intci 1 - vk'u-. Wiintrd To Hi-nt A COl.'I'f.K and one child want 11 runt. Call .1432. Single hou.i.j ]>n:- fcrt'ed. Announcements Nolicrs The Sirloctmun and Town ,C!erk uf th.- Town of Beticon Falls, Con- n»etlcut, will ho in session' at the Town Hall in .laid Town from FIVE O'CLOCK .P. M. TO EIGHT O'CLOCK P- M,. SATURDAY, Au- Klist 'M. .19-1.1 for tlie purpose of uxiimlnldK and admitting: to 1 tho Elector's Onth ali pi-rsonw found (|ii:ilifi>-d and to oxnmlnc unv APPLICATIONS OF MEMBER'S OF TUB AP.MfCD FORCES OF THE UNITED STATES for admission as •Kli.-etors. Atti-st: RALPH E .UPRIGHT CHRtSTIAX HEISS CO.VLETH .IS. iCIERNAN' Selectmen, FRED C. CURTIS Town Clerk, Qfttfd at Beacon Falls, Connecticut this I'ifte.'nth (lay of August, 19-1-1. Oklahoma Students Send Ultimatum To Japanese Oklahoma City, (U P)—Oklahoma City school children have buen recently informed that an ultimatum they prepared for delivery to the Japanese has been duly dropped on an enemy airtlcUl near Kabaul, Nu\v Britain. The- ultimatum, signed by 33,000 Oklahoma City students who contributed dimes to buy a Marine airplane, "The Invasion Chief," built at the Oklahoma City Douglas aircraft plant, was de'.ivered to a Marine base in the South Pacillc theater of operations. A Marine bomber crew flow tho plane over tho enemy airfield and ilong with the document they un- oadud a few bombs to call partlc- ilar attention to tho ultimatum, A dispatch from Bougainville, vrlttcn by a Marine combat correspondent, described the special mission during which the docu- "SHOW BUSINESS" SPLENDID FILM, IS NOW AT LOEW'S POLI - ment ur.d tho bombs '.vcre dropped on the enemy Oiclahomans manned the plane on the mission. Tho pilot was Lt. Dick Morgan of Tulsa, Okla., and crew members included William A. U'oolman, Watonp-a, and Sgt. John R. Bullard, Tallala Nev.- motor trucks for the army cnn climb a 63 per cent grade, so steep that men are not able to climb them on foot. x PRIVATE BUCK NostaJg-ic memories of countless theater-goers are stirred by RKO Kadio's elaborated now musical "Silmn- Businaxx," starred in and produced by Eddie Cantor with still two days left to run at Loew'.s Poli theater. Co-starring- with Cantor in tho leading roles are George Murphy, Joan Davis, Is'ancy Kelly and Constance Moore. Don Douglas is featured. Surrounding them in this saga of 25 years of'show business are innumerable faces familiar to all amusement lovers many of thiim .sti.'l active in their careers. Those who know their theater recognize many of the familiar faces in lesser parts. There's Sam j Lufkin once billed in tho' big-time I vaudeville as "The Bird on the Bough," who sang worked in blackface did oc'centric dancing; his sing-ing- voice in younger days reached three octaves abovu high C. Now Sam plays bits such as the waiter in "Show Business," and sometimes as a st=nd-i[i in the movies. There's Harry Bayfield for years a star clown with Barnum &. Bailey, Ringling Brothers and big circuses. He can stiil get a laugh u-ith the best of them. Alongside of him is Fra'nk Fan-, one-time grout ti-<igcdi:in. Ho operates a small Hollywood theater when the lure of grease paint isn't ' too much for him. You can see Stuart Holmes, a great favorite in silent film days. Grayer, now, and bit more robust, but you wouldn.'f to recognize him. And Sid D'AJbrooi;, who came out of Hollywood with Frank Butler and Lura Rosing to do "The Spatt Family" series for Hnl Roach, Me! Forrester, famed a.s a magician and dramatic'star, who directed many pictures during the early days of the screen and until severe wounds suffered in World Senate Loses Clarks, But Keeps Johnsons, Thomases Washington—(UP)—The United States Senate in January will lose both its Cl.irks. Sen. JSennutt Champ Clark of Missouri was defeated by State Attorney General Roy McKittrick in tho Aug. 1 primary. Tho other Clurk in the Senate, D. Worth Clark, Idaho Democrat, was defeated, also in a primary election, in June by Glenn Taylor, singing cowboy from Pocatelio. Idaho. , . The upper chamber's membership still includes two Johnsons— Sons. Hiram W. Johnson, P... Cal., and Edwin C. Johnson. D., Colo., and three Thomases—Sens. Elbert D. Thomas, D., Utah; lllmer Thorn, ns, D.. Okla., and John Thomas, J R., Idaho, (IF I'M BILLYS CAMPAIGN! MAMAG£l?-MOVjDO I GO ASOUF SETTING HIM ^ , — : ELECTED.^ i I M AlCE A LOT-OP I POLITICAL " NOT EXPECTING ANVTHINS BK5 FROVNAZI War 1 halted his part of his care is also prominent. Here also a Sam Ash, an old-time music comedy favorite and Sam Blum noicd for his dialects on the legit mate stago. Also to bo noted : ar Art Beery, who started his ca eer at the age of eight, won fain in vaudeville and on the dramati stage, s'.ill considers his carcc Car from finished; and Edwar Thomas who was noted as a juve nile with Andrew Robson in "Th Man on the Box," aril in othe stage successes. The co-hit on this thrilling musi cal hit program is "A Night o Adventure' with Tom Conway. . NO...WE SOT THE DROP ON SOON AFTER PSAKi. By ROBERT t& LONS M 4 *«6lE ONf .Of ^l& HATcFJL BREED KIMAmZ UNDETECTED WITHIN T^'ESP ER5, TWERE i~> DAM BARNEY GOOGLE AND SNFFFY SMITH SEVENS A-PLENTY Los Angeles— (UP)— "Mommie, seven-year-old, sovcn-toed cat, gave birth to sever., seven-toed kittont, recently. WHAT F£R LOOKIN' 5< OROOPV-fYiQUPEO JUGWAIO By-BittlT DE BECK DOM'T FRET . LE6TL6 FELLER — f^ENFOLKS OON'T CRRVJE SMUT-TWL VOUNfa-UNS ONDtRFOOT UJWVLST TvAE^J TftLK MEN-TftLK-- ME SCP(Y\P£R UP IN -TU' HIGH F IELO T\LL I THE SUPPE-R HORN .' Modern Mexico .cinl ocean ports, has 22 commer- KICK BRADFORD AnzioJKiller' Not Always Tough "I just kept diggin' my fox hoi* d««p*r an' deeper!" Money From a News Want Ad to Buy Extra Bonds •BE LATE blY. INTO THE TUROME-POON 1 COME6 MANTU, co^^^^^MbER OF WM05E Wb tsR&T- >, GMMEb BY 50MiSIN& MlM HEWOULb BE ACCLMMEb t>RO- SECTOR. MftMTU 16 UNAWARE 9 -THAT bftKTbA KAM5 TO NftME. HIMSELF AS THE MEW PfcQTECTQfc ... By WII.r.rAM RUT and I AM JU6T IN TIME TO HEAR TMtfsA'6 EblCT COUCLUbES , I QUOTE : "UNTIL &^EKK,TMEfcOLbONE,PETUC!N6, 1 NAME "A'o t>R'OTECTOI5 OP TME REALM, MY --"-'"• , THE GRANb AbM/RAL OP THE THE BETRAY£K MUGGS AXD SK.EETER ,' TALKED TO MV UMCLE JOE.TME BLACKSMITH,LIKE vou SAiD'6OUT 'MAKIM' a SET OF son-res FOR jJ^HE^AES^BASEBALL SWOES' \^7^^\ • V&&. Holder or the CoiK-resslonul Modal of Honor, S-Sftt. Paul Huff of Cte\-t-land. Ohio, tenderly erects Panlu Chuse, horn to his filstcr,: Mm. J.L-II CImse. Ihe sergeant, who is home on a furlough for the first timu ii> 27 months, wus nicknamed "The Killer" by His middies because of his high score in popping off A»zls at An'zlo. tional Suunclphoto) By WALLY ME TOOK OWE' LOOkT AT TUE SIZE OF MEK DOSS AM SAYS TO 6ET EMOUfiW STEEL RDC> SPlkTES FOB % ^~Y VOU'D UAVE TO (BET A PRIORITY/

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