Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on August 25, 1944 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

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k , AUGUST 25, 1944 NAUGATUCK: DA^LY-NEWS Therels Still Time To Rent A Cottage For The LaborDay Week-End Through A Want Ad NOTICE! Kinmiug For |):ivs. OosUs: OX I A' 63 Announcements Notice.* Employment Help PART TIME 7 to 12 A. M, or I2;30 to 5:30 P. M. LIGHT. Cr,EA.V EENCHWOKK Experience Not Necessary h'isdi'll .Mt'i;'. Co. ;1C>0 Sf>. Mnin St.. Watorbury Ol'VO jflrl or n'oiniin vviint<-<l. Hi^h -ichool (,'riuluate with typing i'X|HTloneo. I'urmtincnt position. Very jilaasant office work. Apply Ni-ws Office. LIQUOR PERMIT Notice Of Application This- la to' give notice that i Charlc.-! Capocu of 57 Temple street Wntorbvry, Conn., have filed an t'pplicrition duted August 22, 19'M with the Liquor Control Commis- fion for a Club for the sale of alcoholic .liquor'on the promises at 533 South Main street, Is'uugnluck. The business is owned by Colombo Christoforo Society ot 553 South Main .street, Naugatuclt, and will bo conducted by Charles Capccc. of permittee. CHARLES CAPECE Dated August 22,' 19'M. Announcements l.oHt And STItAVKD —3 iniinWis old hint-It and white bougie pup in vicinity of Hard street. Answers to "Prince." Tel. 5109. . MONUMENTS Special prices ori All. Memorial! •V. RICHARDS 2BO So. Main St. Naug-atuck Automotive AutOH For Sale LIQUOR PERMIT Notice Of Application This is to give notice that I, Edward Pinto of 26 South Main street, Naugnttick, hus filed an ap r plication dated August 22, 1D'J4, with tho Liquor Control Commis- ."A safe place to buy and sell"19'10 EUICK SEDAN ' PackuTd-AVatcrbury, 1'nc; 'IS2 Watcrtown Avenue Dial 4-610 Merchandise lloiixehold Articles OtJB 33rd ANNUAL AUGUST SALE' Is Now Going On Herd's Your Glmn'ccr Tb'Biiy. AiidSaVe,;' Here we go again with :.mor super we values for .August! .Whll 1'MS FOIID COUl-JC FOR 8A.1JL RADIO, H'JSAT.ER. TELE PHONE 299-r. Plymout'h '2 door. Eqiii'ppei with heater, •! pre-war Gooclyea tires. b'j i'ord deluxe -I door. Radio ,-int heater. Excellent tiros. _ slon for a Restaurant Beer Permit j 1930 Chevrolet."7"dooi\°'Fair ' For Sale HOUNCN Tor' 6>tilc A ONK .FAMILY IIOIMO for .tale ti-ith I 1 , lin-jjo, pleasant rooms, sun porch. 2 additional rooms on the third floor for stoniRe, hard wood floors, furnace heat with oil burner. Luundry and lavatory in !ho cellfir. screens and storm windows. This beautiful house with its nicely landscaped lot and one cur jwajre is located ru (! Culver Street in the fine I'l'sidcntlul section of Culvor Heights. Sartv Occupancy. JOHN KIERNAN of \V- H. Hart. Inc. Est. 1890 Dial XIIUK. ^707 or Wtby. -1-3129 'Phono £727 for the sale of alcoholic liquor on' dition. S'200. the |)i-cmlses at 2S_ South Main j HOTCIIl\'fss' STREET street, Is'augatuck. The business i.i owned by Echvnrd Pinto of 26 South Main street, Nuupatuck, and will be conducted by Edward Pinto of 2G South Main street, Nnug tuck, as permittee. EDWARD PINTO Dated August 22, 19-14. Automotive NOTICE t'OR SA.LK—" family hoiino of 8 rooms. Extra large lot located southwest slcle. ,Patsy Ltihrlol.i, i\n.!toi'. 172 High ^t. Phone 3-ir.S or CS3-I. K1GIIT room, 2-f;imlly house. All improvements. In good condition. 2-car gnrnge and iKi'go lot. Pi-lco 55,700, Alsio 12-room 2-famlly house, gnrjiKo and extra btiilcl- In.cr lot. Price ?S,300. A. Sheplcy. Tel. 2-133. On Sunday, August 27th, 1D-I-I, it will be necessary to shut off the wutcr in main on Church and Bridge Streets between 8:30 a. m. and 1- m. This, will reduce the pressure on nil streets west of the Naugatuck River, north of Mltlville Avenue, and ' we recommend that residents in the higher area of this district draw a supply of water in advance of the I shut off. It may affect the pressure, in some degree, on streets cast of the Naugatuck River and north of Cemetery Street in the higher section of this territory. Residents in the lnt:er area arc adviesd to draw a supply of water in advance of S:30 a.'m. The Nuuga'.uck Water Company. S-2.ld3. Auto Piirt.s DODGE — PLYMOUTH AUTHORIZED Sales Service Parts, Accessories Mnicoim W. St:n-r Corp, •ISS Watcrtown Ave, Dial 5-11-16 17;v Aiito I'iiliulni; -\ L'XU PAINTING .t SIMONIZING Jimmic's, Garage, 73 Ward 5-1203 Waterbui-y Contractors SIX room, one-family lion.sc, nil improvcmontis, Johnson St. Two fnnilly house on Scott St. John Jtcftly. Tul. 5031, 5-ItOOM linu^r and irunicir ju^t llnlnhed. Open Cor inspection Saturday and Sunday. On Nixon iivenuc. Tel. 3521. II I,ost And Found' JTAItKJCK "31" Fountiiln IVn lout. Bltio body, silver cap. Reward Dial 5103. SMALL lost. Please 54 28. call female dog Ji'augatuck HANGING nnd Fulntlni;. the supply lasts some' of-you'-firs comers will snatch up unbelloyabl bargains-in fine Hying room suites bedroom suites and quality, dinin room furniture. . This, furnitur comprises one of our- biggest -pui chases, a pre-war purchase tha has made our selections' larger^ hou j than ever before. Included Jh this great event are bedroom suites in frrent variety ... period styles modern, and Swedish Modo'rn, al most any. kind'of suite -you.<:ou.'d wish for . . . dinette suites .galore . . , and a tremendous selection of occasional pieces, kitchen furniture rugs and floor-coverings',- and : nursery furniture.' There is furniture for every room arid most needs. See these outstanding, -values now at Albert's and SAVEI • Connecticut's Largest • Furniture Store A-L-B-ErB-T-S .. 268' South Maiii St. Water bury Merchandise ISARY unto bt'.cls, S'i-UH; Ijnby auto . seats, also, large; sulcction ot toys/ THE RADIO SHOP ISO Grand St. . • Weterbury Education 3.1 I-ocal'Arid'PrTvutc Instructor* DINA SCHOOL OP MUSIC . STUDIOS—WATBY. 4-5J2S ; 333 South Main—11 Wilson Street . Piano —"Voice — Mandolin __._,,, . . ...... _ .--.. CliTldrerif Adults, Advanced', Kegin- Cnn*S—loutlibcos,. Baby, Baskets, j ncl . s . Ra p| d Piano Course for Adults Carriages, ,Play. Pens, Bassincta. K-i:— •- • • • • • - - •• ' _ .JLa'rge selection ' of, toys'. Lowest prices .in town. BEACON .KIDDIE CENTRE • . 73 GRAKD ST. Wtby. •501) Animals Cuts, Dojf.s And rets. JOHN'S MUSIC SHOP We buy, sell, exchange, and repair '. all kinds' of instruments. Cow-1 e'st prices in the city. .380-382 So. Maln"St.,-,Watby, Connv They keep fighting- You keep buying WAR BONDS 2-YKAR-Of.D.Jiliick. cocker sp:mlcl for sale. Wonderful pet for children. Phone Naugatuck 2817 between G-7 p. m: \ Business Service Services 37 - Ilusinphu ScrvlccM Rendered . JACK O'BJIIEN—WKK.DING . 281 So. Main St. Walerbury Tel/Naug. 2!J2:—Watby.' J-8-118. J'fotintHlonal Service* EXCELLENT ING and' slip covers. Amazingly low prices, Allen's Upholstering Studio. Mastercraft Artists. 1 Grand St. \Vaterbury...Dlal 4-0&JD •services 3!) Wanted To RcnCer Service*' ELECTRICAL ncpvlring Appliances ,n specialty. . Ray Dccltcr, 402 N. Main. St. Tc!. <OOP, ATTENTION £.lectr«lux —Repalm, . genuine, part* and •ervic«.. . By. bonded. E3ectro)lUI Man. I. NlBsen. 3 Ttreiui.". Av» Telephone 4822. KKD top InNiiIiitliiff wool. All types. Installed if desired.! T. J. Mon- tarribault, 530 No. Main St. Union City. Tel. 2G83, 37 Business Services Rendered ASHES a»d-Rubbish removed. Fur. niture moving. Loam delivered. Ashmore Trucking Co. Nauq;. 3065 CUSTOM REDPIIOLSTERING — Special 2-picce Suite . .' $59 GRIFFIN UPHOLSTERING CO. Xaugatnck " ' 4690 38a Piano People seek Want Ads of their own free will; they're ready to do business. • IS YOUR J'lANO In Up-top shape for your coming fall and winter pleasure? Cull Metro Music Man, 88' Church St., for expert service. Dial 0287. >TL BTTRNIJRS cleaned and nv paired. All work guaranteed. Tel. 3025, Harry Churchill. 40 Cleaning: And Dyeing- KJEVMAN'S luck's Great Dry Cleaning Firm, offers its first clasp- dry cleaning not only in family garments, bul. blankets, rugB and other spccinllios in Ihis .field. 76 Church Street - Through Want ."Ads you can reach anybody and everybody profitably. . ...'.. ,.• I3T7Z 1 SAWYER 1 ' By ROY Cn.*N« COM1MJ5TJ5 Homo f tirnishlllfpi bought for cash'. Highest prices paid- for electric refrigerators, washers, and stoves,- regardless' of condition. . Francis Furniture .Co. ' 449 NORTH MAIN STRKET- 1 Telephone 3000 !OMBINATION Stove. Cool or oil' with pas. 'Phone 235S. Joseph Aukstolis. .., 8iv Clothlnc W. F, Cota, Tel, 5-155. 17 'Cedar Street, Merchandise Feed And Fuel 3ft \Vunti;il To Buy O.VK, Two mid tliri-i! fun illy houses wanted. Also farms and lots. Tel. 5031. WE HAVK IJUVKKSfor 1-2-3 family houses. Jos. V. -Rgsko, 3 Union St. Tel. -192S-29D2. I'ersonul ft. II. I', 1'lrasc return. All is fnr- Klven. Signed: I. E;. Mishawuka, Ind. Irfinci For falo LOT for Male on J'ro.npoct .street 7,1 x 137 foot. Call Naugatuck 20S1. ATTKACTIVK IJulldinj; Lots for Post War Homes. JOO ft, frontage. O'ppcr Park Avn, Write Box "A" in care of News for Interview. Wanted To lU-nt A C'OI.'I'f,!•; ami one child tviuil ;i rent. C«ll 'H32, \Vnnt Ads day. There to UrlVfM'tlSf!. Going: on your VACATION? If you nr:ed' extra CASH to make your vacation a .success, phnne '1-27G2 and ask MR. WALL, to arrange a loan. A loan of $100 costs .•5.10.50 whfin repaid in 12 equal principal' consecutive monthly instn.')lmcnts. Brown BldR. Back Home Again PRIVATE BUCK OJ1HKK .Now—For limited supply of seasoned wood, for stovo, fii-e- place 'and furnace. Also .''ield. stones, .sand, givive:, one coal range, one gas range, one wutcr 1 >cater, also cedar f c n< c c and clo'.iie.slir.e points, and numerous other items. Light trucking and moving. Dial 2302 after •! p. m. G. Siillnardi, 53S So. Main street. -ADIES 1 & GENTLEMEN'S SUITS 'ailor made, $28.75. New Fall and Winter Styles. JOHN MAGONE 387 N. Main "St. Wanted ro Buy DIAMONDS And Old Cold Bought. Watch repairing our specialty. GRAND JEWELRY 112 Grand Street Dial 5-0082 GAS H tor i ' our MUSICAL . INSTRUMENTS. ifecca Music Co. 203 Bank -1-1-122 KANGK-FUKL OJL COMET OIL OLD AND NEW CUSTOMERS Phone \Vatcrburv -l-Si533 BANK Kaf(.< tTepoHlt boxes wanted. liifc'hcst cosh prices paid. Wire collect write or phone what you have to offer. J. E. Murphey, Republic 608-1, 815 Ycatm.in Ave., Webster Groves 19, Mo. AVANTED SMALL TO BUY — TRICYCLE. A VERY PHONE Farm M:tuliiticrv Cf.KTKAC Cnnvl<:r Tractors— iix-.iilnblc 1 for the Curmer, or- chardist aiul lumber operator. Call or write for information: Power Equipment A Service Inc. JOD Water street, New Haven, Conn. 'Phone • S-G136. • .Miscellaneous PRE-WAR girls white shoe Chicago roller skates. Size 5. Excellent condition. Cull 5SG2. Sol! your used clothing with Want Ad. in the Naugatuck News Pullman Plans Three-Decker Railroad Coach Chicago—(UP) '— The Pullman- Standard Car Manufacturing Com- pany has announced plans for a new railroad coach especially adapted for. commuter use which will be manufactured after the war to enable railroads to retain a larfire portion of thoir heavy wartime passenger volume. The new coach is called "Three- dox" and provides the short distance traveler with comforts 'and conveniences now available only in luxury streamliners. At the same time, the new coach seats 112 passengers—one and a third times the capacity of today's _ typical commuter coach and more than twice the capacity of cars on some roads . The name of the new coach is derived from Its three levels. Pas; senjrers will enter at either side on a middle level which is the same as the floor level of present coaches. They may then descend, a central stairway to the top deck. Arrangements of scats on the top declc is similar, to that in pres er.t coaches, with 13 forward-fac STRANGE.' THOSE NATIVE WOMEN GOT SCARED WHiN I MENTIONED THE.GUERRIILA LEADER. OKAY, I'll TRY THIS OLD MAN. THERE. ME tELlA CARRY TANC YOU. TANG YOU. DONT MENTION IT. PERHAPS YOU CAN HELP ME IN RETURN. YOU TEUUM WHERE COBRA FEUAt STOP. YES? PAUL ROBINSOJI TWFGIPLS AGE TWO pAaries - THEBLONDES AND THE JUST AS SOON. AS SHE GA.N MAKE; UP HE/2 M IND VMICrT PAI2TV/ WELL I SEE ; THc 'BOY] FCLifiClANS. HAVE S SOME GOMPETITIOM/J SECRET AGENT XO By ROBERT STQB> X NOT BEU5N65 T£ THE TWO OP V*,,. TOMORROW I SEE COL. HUNTER , OF .ARWV INTEU-|6£NCE, A YOU WSRi IN — YOU'D THOUGHT ;4gOUT YOU BARNEY. GOOGLE AND SNUFFY SMITH By BJXLY DE BECK I FUST OFF -- CWECK VORE FllNT SPARK--ORftP A PlNCWN'0' POWO£R-\N THE PftN-VWRftP ^E RIFLE-BALL IN ft PPfTCH 0' 6RERSED 8UCKSWN - RftW\ tt IN \WIF , BN6ER PER \WlNO -ORCAM R fcA ' WEERPUL BEftO RH'—;— ,- IcCvY sii^^ "There are times when if isn't absolutely necessary to salute!" Use Money From a News Want Ad to Buy Extra Bonds Littlo Elsie Whitehend' Ims re:i- MIM to «iriil)i>, for xlie'.s -just re-, turnod to her rittshtirBli homo nftor u six-year stay in a children's hospital, WlVen ..she was Ift-trioiiths old she swallowed lye nnd soared her thrpiit so. badly thnt- doctors, .despaired for her life. Her lioMpltttliy.ntlon finally niuli'd tin 1 otlier tiny and she was with tlio piip.-Nhi:'s holil- l>y ln;r pnrcnts. - (Inlerna- tlonal) ' injtr- double seats .on each side of center aisle providing room for 52 passengers. On the lower level two rows of 22 outward - facing: seats . accommodate another 44 1'iders. There arc-also four g-ame rooms —two at- each end of the coach on..the middle level —.for 10 more commuters. The seats in' the 1 rooms" face each Mher with '.a table between . where tomorrow's" commuters may play cards., while enroute to and from the office. "This 'bask: dcslprn Is by no' means inflexible," said .Ellis W. Test, in charge of engineering nnd research for the Pulmah company. 1 I "Already we have plans for a do/,en variations to conform with; requirements of every railroad'. We' are also .working on a modified version, for long distance travel.; At a sacrifice of sonic capacity,' the transcontinental model ..will offer much more individual comfort, including reclining- .seats', for sleeping" ' '...'' Among the feature* of. the Threedex, commuter coach are its" four washrooms—two at each end of the car. There Is also a-baggage rack on the lower level, under^.the contra! stairway. ; A MAN OF PARTS ,. ,; An Aleutian Island Base—(UP,) —-Soldiers and . civilians .on" this, island base recognized Homem.B "Tex" Langford of Carthage,. Tex as a man of contracts. A-bulldozer operator by day, Langford ia kept busy at night repairing -watches BEFORE I STftRT TvV >" LECTURE -SOU SUP IN / THE HOUSE AN'GET HftNOFUL OF CARTRIDGES JUGHAID--I GOT SHUFFV 9 OL' SUOOTiN'-lRON TO GWE sou some • &. i. POINTERS ON SCIENTIFIC By \V1LL1AM U1TT and CLARENCE GRAf -GO FORTH AND FETCH.IT. 1 • BRICK ANt> SANDY 51UMBER '; ON, THE 6HROU&ED MIRROR' . AT BRICK'6 SIDE » '.'16 ISJ TUE TOWER AN1> SKEETEK WALtY BISIIOf WE.DlD' UE PUT A WEVW OWE IN TMIS MOBWIMS.' BUSTED OUR TPEASUCY, TOO- COST TUEKI,IF Youee A.LU PAID UP, VJMV Af?ewr V<DO PLAYirOG BALL . TODA.V? VJE CAWT- OW TUE 6ALL PlTCMED WE BPOtGC ', AGAIN/;] # !

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