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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1944 NAUGATUCK DAltY ; NEWS t Page Seven Many Are 'Looking For Rooms. Rent Yours Today Through A News Want Ad! NOTICE! Cost Words; For -• OXLV 63 1 ———»—^_^_^_ii^_ Announcements Local Notices NOTICE Automotive Auto Piitntini; Employment Wnntud—Female PART T.CME ', :o 12 A. M. or 10:30 to 5:30 P. M MGHT, CLEAN" BENCHWOKK Experifnco Not Necessary .Ki.^clon Ml'ir. Co. ;iPO So. Main St., -Wuterbury For Sale Jlouscft For Si«lc SAl.K— ~ funilly ILOU.HV of c( roonm. Extra Ini'KC lot lo- cntod southwest wide. Pat.sy I^nbi-ioln, rvaltor. 172 Hlph. St. Phone S^ifiS Or TiSS'l. XIGIIT room, 2-finnll.v IIOUMC. All Improvements, ir. KOOC! condition, ;-cnr parajTo anc! larfre lot. Price J.'.TOO. Also J2-room 3'ffimily house, (;iu-a>;e and extra bulUl- in« lot. Price >f,,300. A. Sheploy. Tel. 2-133. ^IX rtX)in. ono-runilly liouw, all improvements-', Johr.son St. Two family house on Scott St. John Ke;i!y. Tel. 5031. On Sunday, Aupust 27th, lO-M, it will b c necessary to shut off the water in main on Church and "dvre^ Streets between 8:30 a. in. d 111 ;n. This will reducu the pressure on all streets west of the JVautratuck River, north of Millvillc Av.nue, and we recommend that residents in the higher urea of this district draw a supply of water in advance of the shut off. .It may affect the pressure. In some degree. On streets east of the Naufratuck River and ' north of Cemetery Street in the hip-her section of this totrkor.v K.-'sidonts in the latter area are udvlesd to draw a supply of water in advance of S:30 a.'m. The Naug-utuck Water Company. S-2-ldii. AUTO PAINTING ,t SIM ONI ZING Jimmic's Garage, 73 Ward 5-1203 Waterbury 18 Motnruyclus, Bicycles SAIALL Slotorcyelo wiuitcd. Adlur, Nuusatuuk 220.L ext. Call •1(51. Contractors Merchandise llouxcliold Articles I'liiiitltij; OUB Xh-d .A.NNUAL AUGUST SALE Is Now Going- On l-Joto's Your Clianco To Buy And Save Here wo g-o tignin' with moi super values for August! Whi l.hc supply lasts sonic of you firs comnrs will snatch up unbolievtib ir. fine living room suite 11 Lost And Found I'AKKKK "3V Fountain Blue body, silver c;ip. Dial 0103. 1'lMl lost. Rcwurd. Ua K. II. 11. rica.m- return. All Is for- Kivon. Signed: I. E. MishuwnUu, Ind. 12 . 1__— ' '•" tl M il ni* '"- HUG living room suite PATEIl HANGING and r»Iiitlng | bedroom, suites and quality dinin W, F, Cota, 17 Cedar Street '' oom f»' - nlUiro. This ' furnittir Tel. 5-IDb. '[comprises one of our biggest pui — ..—. . chases, a pre-war purchase thu Merchandise And Fuel OUDJCli Now—Vor limited supply of seasoned wood, for stovo. fi replace and furnace, Also fluid stones, sand, gixivel, one coal ranjje, one K.IK ran^'e, one water healer, .il.so cedar f c iv c e and cloiliesli'rie points, and numerous other items. Litfhl trucking an. moving. Diai 2302 after -1 'p. iv C. Salinardi, C3S So. Main slreut MONUMENTS Special prices on All Memorials •V. -RICHARDS 2t!0 So. ilain St. Nnucatuck 1-FUK'L OIL COMET OIL OLD AND NEW CUSTOMERS Phone WiUorburv -I-S533 Automotive AutON For Sale ,%-KOOM hoiisr iind ff;iniirc just tl.'il.ihcd. Open for inspection Snt- iirduy and Suncljuy. On Xlxon fuvi't-.ue. Tel. 3021. "A safe place to buy and sell" 10-10 EUICK SEDAN Packard-^'aLcrbiiry. Inc. i~ Wtiienawn Avenue bial -1-G109 3-'arm Machinery C1JSTRAC Cniwliii' T r ;i u 1; <>7— available 1'or the fanner, or- chiifflisi and Iui7il>cr opursilor Cull or write Cor information: Power Equipment it Service Inc 109 Water street, New Haven, Conn. 'Phone S-OJ3G. fl-w I'OUD COUl'K I-'OK S.VI.1J KAD.IO. H.EATE.R. TEL£- PHO.XE 2S9-I \Vi\n(i-(l To ]Juv O.VK, TH-II :cn<l three family IIOIMCN want'.-tl. Also farms and lots Tel. D'131. VK IIAVK Hi; Y KltS fi>r 1.2-3 finally houses. Jos. V. Kosko, C Union St. Tel. '15I2S-29S2. Lund For JLOT for "•:> x 137 •nlr tin 1'ro.spect strrnt. feet. Call Is'aiiffutuclt ATTlt.AfTlVI-; liulldltiK- l,oti lor Pose U'ur Homos, 100 :'j. t'ront- ••iiti 1 . (,'ppur T'lirli Avc. U'rllu Box "A" in care of Nuw.s for Inter view. Tn Wanteil To .Knit Auto I'arts J)UUG1-: — PLYMOUTH AUTHO.RIZI:;.D Sales Service Parts, Accessories ^I.-ilcolm W. Starr Corp. •IS.S Watertovtj Ave. Dial Household Articles ETB Iionic fnrnisliiiiffs bought for cash. Highest prices paid for elucn-ic refriitorators, washers, and stoves, regardless of corKlition. Francis FumiUiru Co. •1-19 NORTH MAIN" STRKKT Tolephonu 3000 has made our selections .larger now than ever before. Included In this frrcat event arc bedroom suites i) jrreat variety . . . period- stylos modern, and Swedish Modern, al most any kind of suite you trou.'d wish for . . . dinette suites' fKulore . . . and a tremendous selection.of occasional pieces, kitchen furniture rujjs and floor-coverings, and nursery furniture. There is furniture for every room and most needs. See these outstanding: values now ut Albert's and SAVE! Cunnc'cticiit's Lfirgcst Furniture Store A-L-B-.E-U-T-S •2GS South Main St. \Yntcrbuiy MIseunancollN auto UAUV iiulo l)c(l.s, !j;.'i.r)8; huby scats,, also larg-e selection of THE RADIO SHOP 180 Grand St. ••- Waterbury 3.1 Local And I'rlvfttc Instructor* 1MIE-WAR slrlK white whoe Chl- capo roller skates. Size 0. Excellent condition. -Call 5862. DJNA SCHOOL O1J MUSIC STUDIOS—WATBY, 4-S028 553 South Main—11 Wilson Street Piano — Voice — Mandolin Children, Adults, Advanced, Beginners. Rapid Piano Course for Adults Animals TWO JL.AKGJ2 wardrobe. trunks, good condition and other luf,'- KO-ga, .Apply 103 Locust street, Union City. C«roS—yoiitlibods. Ifcvby BuKkcLs, Carriages, Play Peris, Bassinets. Large selection of toys. Lowest prices in town. BEACON KIDDIE CENTRE ,73 GRAND ST. Wtby. Cuts, Dots And I'ets C1HNCILLA Itahhlts — nrcudini? docs. Young liea.lt.-hy stock. Rea- soimblc. E. Ha.ala.nd, Route C, Southbury. Tel. Woodbury 50-tl! 01) 2-yEAK-OLD hlack cockpr .spaniel for sale. Wonderful pet for children. Phone Naugatuck 2817 between 6-7 p. m. ScrviccN Kcndcrod JACK O'HRIKN— 281 So. Main St. Waterbury Tel. Nautf. 2021—WaLby. 4-8-U8 Services J'ijino Timing ASHES arid Ituliljlsh romovcfl. Fur. rciture moving., Lo;jjr> delivered. Ashmore Trucking Co. Naug. 30GG .18 Professional Serviced EXCELLENT ING and slip covers. Amazingly low prices. Allen's Studio. Mastcrcraft Artists. 1 Grand St. Waterbury. Dial -1-OC1D IS VOUR FIAXO In tip-top for your cominff f-i)l and winter pleasure? Call Metro Music Mart, 88 Church St., for expert service. Dial 52$?. Wanted To KCHC.T Service* JOHN'S MUSIC SHOP Vo buy, H«;ll, exchange, and repair all kinds of instrun est prices ir. the city. Main St., Watby, Coi :, anu repair ^^. j 11 nNV_>l»U" nents. Low- ^—-^ v w ;n n3S03S2S °IWAR BONDS UJiD top Insulating- wool. A1J lypc». Installed if. .desired. T. J. Mon- trunhiiuH. 530 No. Main St. Union City. Tel. 2C83. CUSTOM lUJUrilOLSTKRING — Special 2-picce • Suite ... . $59 GRIFFIN' UPHOLSTERING CO. Naugatr.ck 4690 ELECTRICAL Repairing Servlc* Appliances a specially. Ray Decker, 402 N. Main St. Tel. 4000, ATTENTION J£IccCrofux Owwen —Repair*, genuine part* »nd •ervice. By bonded Eleotrolu* Man. I. Nlsscn, 3 Tires* A.v«. Telephone 4822. 4« draining.And Dyeing Want Ads get results without end because every new sun brings new wants for new people. KJEVMA3VS • tuck's Great Dry Cleaning Firm, offers its first class dry cleaning not only in family gar- menis, but blankets, russ and other specinllies in Ihis field. KIEVMAN'S "?6 Church Street ClcjUiiritf LADIES' & GENTLEMEN'S SUITS Tailor made, S2S.70. Now Fall and Winter Styles. ' ' JOHN MACONE 307 1 N. Main St. >V;mr<:i! ro Buy DIAMONDS And Old Gold Koug-ht, Watch rcp.iiri:i/r our specialty. GRAND JEWELRY • 2 Grand Street Dial G-OC82 0 -I S H rc "' i ' our MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, roccii. JIu.-iic.Co. 203 Rank -1-M22 COM151NAXIOX S(u^•o. Co:il or oil iUi sas. 'Phone 233S. Jo»-r-pii ' BANK safe iTojiosif; ijoxeH wanted. •Highest cash prices paid. Wire collect, write or phone what you hnvc to offer, J. E. Murphey, Republic 008-1, SIC Yeaimn.ii Ave., \Vebstcr Groves JO, Mo. Use Money Front a News Want Ad to Buy Extra Bonds !— J'rc-H'ar for sale. V COI'l'I.K iund mil' child wiuil iu i-cnt, Cull -MS:. Singles house jvre- frrred. Announcements j LIQUOR PERMIT Notice of Application "'his 1.4 to fc-lvo notice that I, Mury C. Pai.i of .170 Hrldfff street, Wiitcrliui-y, hfivi- t\!od an appllca- tmn dalr-d August 2U, 10-14 with the •|i»>r Control Commission far a qnor f'ncKago Store Permit for Halt; <jf alcc'hollc liquor on the nines. 72 Church street. Naugu- rk. Thr- hiisincss Is owned hy ,s^ 170 Brlclgr .street. Waterbury, il will he conducted hy Mary C. is of 170 tiridg.j street, Water- ;i.t pcrmittpe. MARY c. PATS. 2'1 & 31. SMALL •I2G3. TO HUV — TKICYCLE. ArticTo^ For Salo 'GREENWICH VILLAGE' OPENS FRIDAY AT THE LOEW THEATER I'ieachiriK hack into colorful post- Worltl \\"fir Ono'w "rwurlii' I'O'.s" for Its plot and musical setting. "Greenwich Village." 20th C e n- tury-Fo.x's newest Tuchnicolor excursion Into another c-xcitinf,' period of America's past, opens today ut Locw'.s Poll theater. With Carmen Miranda, William Bcndlx. Don Amcche and Viviun Rlftlnu, "Tliu Ch.erry Blondp," involved in Its tuneful story, "Greenwich Village" rolls hack 20 years tho ritous hey-day of America's world-famous .-u-tists colony. In 'Greenwich VllUifre," Don Amechc, most recently seen in "Heaven Can Wait 1 " and "Happy Land," essays nother intriffiiinR role as a young nntl Mnry C. Pals, both | composer who came out of Kansas to win a reputation in the Arabian .Vlphts atmosphere of C/t-eenwic,h Village. Opposite Don. is a new musical discovery whom 2Mh Century Fox has slated for musical stardom—rod-headed Vi\ ian ^BUrim;. Tho "Cherrv Blonde make;; her 'oudinji-lady how as Amcchc's romantic interest and sin^s throe now hit songs -in her iiur<idiu.-iory role which preview critics are honing will .send her far along tl'.c path cut out by Tlt-uy Grable and Alice Fayo. "Greenwich Vill:^!}" provides Carmen -Vir.-uida with her fir's'tTo!!: -sineo "Th.' Gauss All H..TC," ;;nr) her suhsequent critical illness. .It offers her increasing opportunity display her newly discovered as a comedienne, nnd pro- songs streamlined iingins-danc- PRIVATE BUCK to tnlents viclos her svitl to her wilh unique liiK inlorpretations. Willinm Bundix. fresh from his t'lcllar portrayals in "Guadalcanal Diary" and "r..ifobnfit," reveals n heretofore unexplored side of his acting prowess by slipping into a dinner jacket and the role of a speakeasy operator with ambitions to beat Xit-gfolkl ir. show business. Also included in the brilliant Cast of the gay cxtrava- arc Felix Ure.ssart, Hie dancing .Do Marcos— Tony and Sally, nnd the: Revuers, a sophisticated comedy qiiartnt w h i c h i first gc.ined attcnlion tuiention in j New York's Greenwich Vi'.lagc , an dbccanie the rage of cat'c society. "Crncnwich V"ill;ig-o" is entertainment—phi;:. Don't Miss It! Tho co-hit on this musical program is "Three Little Sisters," with Ruih Terry. GAY COMEDY IS NEXT LEAD AT THE STRAND THEATER Dick Pow'eli. Linda Darnell, nnd Jack- Onhiu share stellar honors in "It Happened Tomorrow," Rene , Ckiir's sprightly comedy which makes its mirth-filled entrance at tho Strand theater tomorrow is released through United A story property acquired by Arnold Prcssburprer from Colonel Frank Capra when he left tho movies for the .ormod forces, ".H 1-Iapponed Tomorrow" has one of tho most unique and hilarious plots over to reach the screen. Ir. .is the tale of Larry Stevens yo-jnp- reporter on tho Evening News in 1300 who receives a copy of tomorrow's newspaper . . . to- d.'r.y, As a result of his ownership of tho pnper Stevens finds himself involved in a. series of strange adventures during; the course of which he wins ,-t fortune.' at tho r;ici;traoi{, predicts tho future with uncanny accuracy. nnd finally lands in tho calaboose when the police link hi.s "n>"i!m<! with cri;ne's he hns predicted after roadinfc to morrow's newspaper, The umgled events imr:ivr:l to a surprise cli- ina.v after'the phantom newspaper prr.-dicts Stevens' death. Alcazar Next 2 Days "Hope my hiding out fike this doesn't give you felfows ideasl" KEEP BUYING WAR BONDS from "l.:ulics o'f • \V:isliiiirton ROY CRANK COBRA.'NO S»WY COBRA. VOOTAKf-t; GIF BEEN VERY KINO AND FRIENOtY. All I WANT TO KNOW PlEASE WAIT/ CANT YOU TEll ME WHERE TO FIND HIM? WHAT'S WRONG? THERE SOMETHING TO BE AFRAID OF? WCll, E.' HI QUEERED MVSEIF 4THII PLACE/ PACT ItOBrvSON J'M GOING TO SE ENGAGED TO A*t LIKE H/M KNOW ABOUT pouncs? £LL HOW AI2£ DDES N'r WANT TO MCE BOV.' HE'LL. MAKTE A pOLir/CIANS By ROBERT STOB>, HAVE eavi£ DICTATION . BAliNKV GOOGLE SXUFFV SMITH v\<T} IYiRV<e A J F;RST CLRS^ \ Tft\L GUNKEP. IN Tv\£ ft\« CORPS J If A AFESREO MOT, GOOGLE ! I COULOST G\T IN 5ftUM\CE, GOOGLE - SCliViPCO FGR STP.TCHER SUPPOSED TO 6£ P, J06 -v'OR 5UT BRICK BRADFORD LOOK YOU.DRATbA. 1 YOU CANNOT ASSUME THE ROBE OP THE PROTECTOR .' J THE HEW Pt?OT£CTOP? MUST TAKE OATH ON THE ' •} MIRROR -SL (6THE LAW- By >vir.r,i.-v.M itrrr and CLARENCE GRAY' QUITE RIGHT/ BUT i KNOW . WHERE THE. M1RROR.-I6 .A,~Nb ') SHALL-PRODUCE-IT NOW.' ' ANb THE MIRROR MUGGS AND SKKETKB By WAU.Y niSHOl 1 YO KMOTMA1DS SLIDE IMTD BASE AN'YORE SAFE/CAUSE ;FC>AID o'roce SPIKES CUTTIKI EM'~ TMEY AlWT 'FCAID O' ME - Bur WE: CANT GET •£ 61S EMOUSH FOB YOU, EFFIE- MOPE ' AM WOWT PLAY LESSEN'-YO'GIT ME SUOES.'

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