Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on August 26, 1944 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Saturday, August 26, 1944
Page 7
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SATURDAY, AUGUST. 26, 1944 ,NAUGATUOK DAILY NEWS, Page Sevfca There Is Still Time To Rent A Cottage <:!',l l.abor Day Week-€nd Through A Want Ad Employment a Ili'lp Wnnti-il—Female \6T;N<- jrl'l or u-uiiiun wiinti<<l. Ilitfl'. school tfradinUo with typing rspi-rlenee. Permanent position. Very pleasant office work Apply Now;* Office. For Sale Houses For Sale \ oXK KAMILV hoiwc for wtli- with t> lui'BO. pleasant room*, sun piirch, - ndditlonnl rooms on ihi> third floor Cor storage, hard wood floors, furnace hunt with oil biiniur. Laundry ami lavatory in ilu 1 collar, screens find storm windows. This beautiful hous with its nicely landscaped lo nml oni> car Karu^'e Is locatec nl ('. Culver Street in the fin ri'jiiiirntiiil section of Culve Heights. Kurly Occupancy, JOHN' KIE.RXA-V of \V. H. Hurt, Inc. Kst, 189 Dial N";ui>:. .')707 or Wtby. 4-312 NOTICE! 3 Linos = 15 Words; Kunnin^' For 3 T)nys. Costs ONLY >'0l'lv family for MI|I>, Ci' trul locution, in excellent cond tioii. BHI.S.M piping throughout oil burner. .Krontujre sufficicn for extra lot. Priced reasonably Box "S" cure oC Js'uu l-'Olv SAI.K— 'i family houw of ;, rooms. Kxtr:i lnt'j;e lot lo- catec.1 -lolithwi-st -side. Pii I«i!': l! .o'.n, r^ultor. 172 HiRh rhdn.' H-ir^s ur CS3-I. .10IC.I1T room, 'J-family hotixu. All iir.provi-ments. in «ood condition. C-cur KuriiKi. 1 and larso lot. Price $0,700. Also 12-room 2-famlly hou.'it;, (,'ii.raKe nnd extra buikl- i::« lot. I'rict- $u,300. A. Shepley. T.'l. M3.';. MX room, uiii-fnniily IIOUM.-, nil ifiiprovc'.'iiiT.L-.'. Johnson St. Two ftinuly house on Scott St. John HuiUy. Tel. 5031, Iiuil.s4' and <ar.i^r jiut finished. Open for inspection Saturday and Sunday, On Nixon avenue. Tel. 3521. Sii \Vanti'd To Buy O.VK, Two ft nil thru.' family houM-it wanted. Also i'arms und lots. Tel. 5031, WK IIA\-J': «t;vicitii for i-2-a family lumsi-s. Jos. V. Roslto, 3 Union St. Tel. •I92S-2052. •l 1-Jind For tiulij LOT for sale on 1'rosprct slrwt, 7,'j x 137 feet. Call Kiiugatuck 20S1. Announcements lost .Ami Found I'AKKEK "31" Fountain 'Van lout Blue body, silver cap. Reward Did! 5103. SMAI.I lost. liK>it-Culor<-<l Please cnll Naufratuck »TH.\yKD — 3 IDontliH old blnck find white beayiu pup in vicinity of Hard street. Answers to "Prince," Tel. 5109. Announcement* SfO.VDMJSXTS Special prices on All Memorial* >V. RICHARDS 260 So, Mnln St. JS'augotuck Merchandise Household Automotive •t Auto* For Sale "A sat'o place to buy and sell" 19-10 BUICK SEDAN Packard-~\ViUerlniry, Inc. S2 Watortown Avenue Dial 4-C109 0X5 l'-OIil) COITKE FOK SAI-K. RADIO, HEAT.EK. TELEPHONE 290-1. 9-11 Plymouth 2 door. Equipped with heater, 4 pro-war Goodyear tires, »3ii Kortl cle'.uxo •! door, Radio and heater. Excellent tires. 936 Chevrolet, 4 door. Fair condition. $200. OTCHKISS STKKET GARACK 'Phone i"27 OUR itfrcl ANNUAL .AUGUST SALE , Is Now G-oing On Here's Your Clmnce To Buy And Save Hera, we .go again with 'moi super values for August! Whl 'the supply lasts some of you firs comers will snatch up uribcljcvab bargains in fine living; room suite 'bedroom suites and quality dinln room furniture. This Airnltur comprises one of our biggest pui chases, a pre-war purchase thu 1ms made out 1 selections larger now than over before. Included in this great event are bedroom suites in K'-aat variety . . . period styles modern, and Swedish Modern, nl most any kind of suite you could wish for , . ; dinette suites galore . . . and a tremendous selection of occasional pieces, kitchen furniture rugs and floor-coverintrs, and nur sery furniture. There la furniture for every room and most 'needs See these outstanding; valuer now ut Albert's and SAVE! Connecticut's Largest Furniture Store A-L-B-E-R-T-S 2GS South Main St. AVatorburv Merchandise .Merchandise 28 HoiiHciiold Article* { 2!) 'COMPLETE homo limilnh .bought for cash. Highest prices paid -.tor electric ret rigcrutors,. •washers, and stoves, regardless of/condition. ''-..:.'"" : I '/Wanted To Buy Francis Furniture'-'Go. 449 NORTH MAIN STRKKT Telephone 3000 - ..,' BANK.'mxfo ticposit boxuit \viiiitcd. Highest cash prices paid. -Wire <coJ)ect,.write what you have ,to'offer. J. E. Murphey,-Republic 60S-1, 815, Yeatman Ave, Webster Groves-10, Mo, Merchandise. .Mnnlenr COMBINATION Stove. Coal • or oil with. BUS.. 'Phone. 2358. Joseph Aukstolis. : DIAMONDS A!nil Old Cold'Bought. Watch repairing- our specialty. •. - GRAND JEWELRY 112 Grand Street Dial 5-OCS2 Miscellaneous 3*1 dotltltifr LADIES' & GENTLEMEN'S SUITS Tailor made, $28.75; Now Fall undj Winter Styles. JOHN MAGONE 397 N. Main St. I 9 Wunnxl To Buy,-..-.. C A S H ror Vour-MUSICAI. INSTRUMENTS. Mecca Music Co. 203 ,-Bank.vi4-1122 WANTED SMALL 4263. : TO BUY -i'- A VE»V TRICYCEE. " -PHONE 1'RE-WAR -,KlrlH, white shoe Chicago roiler skates. Sixe 5. Excellent condition. Call T>8C2. BABY unto Ixuls, $;i.U3;. buby auto seats, also large selection ot toys? THE RADIO SKOP.-lSO.Grand St. Watcrbury t CRIBS—Youth Ix-'cLs, B:il>.r B:i.ske(.K, Carriages, Piny Pens, Bassinets. 'Large selection .of toys. Lowest prices 'in town, BEACON KIDDIE CENTRE 73 GRAKD ST. Wtby. JOHN'S MUSIC SHOr We buy, Hull, e.\chuiiir<!, and r«pa(r all kinds of.. Instruments, Lowest; prices in the city. 3SO-38£ So. Main St., Watby, Conn'. Services "7 IluslnexK Services JACK O'lJIiniN—WEEDING 28J So. iJ.-iin St. Waterfoury Tel. NauR. 2521—Watby. 4-8-118 (~i Services y:> V.'antoJ To iUMK>:i-':5r;rvlc«?K ELECTRICAL Jtapufrln? Service Appliances n. specialty. Ray Decker, -!02 >7.',M*iln St. Tel. 4000. Services Education Local And Private. DINA SCHOOL OF,MUSIC STUDIOS—WATBY. 4-M28 5!33 South Main—31 "Wilaon,Street Piano — Voice— Mandolin Children, Adults, Advanced, Beginners. Rapid Pirino Course for Adults Animals EXCELLENT JiEUI'MOJUSTKR- J.NG and slip covers, A m.i Kingly .lov prices. Allen's Upholstering .Studio. Mastrjrcrafi -ArtisU. 3 Grand St. Waterbury. Dial •5-0045 KlCn top insul.-itJnir wool. All f.yjx.'S. Installed if desired. T. J. Mon• turn bail It, 530 No. Main St. Union City. Tel. 2C83. OIL ETTRNERS cl«im:<l and repaired. All work guaranteed. Tel. S025, K.irry Churchill. ATTENTION"! Orders token for new Electron;* cleaners. Also parts and repairs. I. Nlssen. Bonded repairman. Z Teresa ave. »ial -iS22. Cuts, Docs And J'ots 2-VEAll-Ot>I> Mack coiikcr'si):in:<;l for s.ile. Wo'nderful 1 pet for children. Phone Nautfaluck 2817 be- t\s'een G-7 p. m. Steel is Rold, if it's a. Ufcd sieve offered in the News Wain Ads, CUSTOM RECrilOLSTl'RT.VC — ( Special 2-piccc Suilo SS9 GRIFFIN UPHOLSTERING CO. Naujjatiiclt • 4630 | ,'W:i 1'iuno Tiiniiij; IS YOUR J.'IANO in tip-top shape for your cominj* fall and -winter pleasure? C.-ill Metro Music Mart, 88 Church St., for expert service. Dial 0287. And Dyeing 1CJKVMAN-S k'.s Great Dry Cleaning Firm, offers its firat class dry cleaning not only in family garments, but blankets, rugs and otli- er spccinllios in this riiild. KJEVMAN'S 7(j Church Street Because people can't buy new items they look for the 'Used' in the News BUZ SAWYER Tiey keep fighting- You keep buying WAR 80JVDS ROV CRANK NAMif NOBOOY ON HALMAHCRA KNOWS MV ] NAME. NOEOOY, SMITH—.BUT THAT'S SMITH'* VOiC On The Air Today J:0tl p. m. VVTIC--Neu-s; Market WJ2AF 1 —Here's to Youth 1:15 p. in. WTIC—Market Report WATR—-Transatlantic Quiz 1:30 p. m. WABC—Country Journal \VTIC-Indlana Indigo WJZ— Swing Shift Frolic Auto 1'iirt.s ATTKi\(?Tl\'K Kulldinjr Lots for Post Wur Homes. 100 ft. front- nffe. t'ppur Park Ave. Write Box "A" In en re of Xuws for later- view. • n •Wanted To Ki?nt A COL'I'LK mid one runt. Call '1.132. child it'llnt n Announcements NOTICE DO.UGK — PLYMOUTH AUTHORIZED Sales Service Parts, Accessor/e ifalcolrn W. Starr Corp. •ISS Wntartown Ave. Dial 5-1148 17a Auto I'aintlnic AUTO S Jlmmle's Garag-e, PAINTING . 73 Ward 5-1203 Contractors Painting On Sunday, August JJ7th, 10'M, it will bu nocussnry to nhui off the water in main on Church and Bridge Streets butween 8:30 a, m. iind 12 m. This will reduce the pressure on all streets wost of itt<: XauA'atuck River, north of Millvillf; Avenue, and we recommend that residents in the higher ni'cii (if thi« district draiv a s'.ip- ply of water In advance of the shut off. It may affect the pressure, in some- clpsTue, on streets ™»: of thf; XjiuRatuck River and north of Cemetery Street In the j hlflher section of this territory. f'.i'sid«>nt» in the Itutor urea are mlviesd to draw a supply of wa- t«r in advance of 8:30 a. m, The Nau-rutuck Water Company, 8-2.UI3. I'AI'ER HANGING and W. F. Cota, 17 Cedar To I. 3-1 Hi, Street. Merchandise Feed And Fuel OKDKIl >'<>»•—For limited .H»pi)ly of seasoned wood, for stove, fireplace and furnace. Also field stones, sand, jrravul, one coal ranfrc. one ?ras ran^'e. one water heater, al;io cedar fen>cc and cJotheslino points, and numerous othei' items, Liirnt trucking and moving. Dial 2302 after >t p. m. G, Salinardi, 038 So. Main street. OIL COMET OIL OLD AND NE%V CUSTOMERS Phone Waterbury 4-8533 If you need or want anything, •Advertise for it in the News. PRIVATE BUCK FORT WILLIAMS GUARD HOUSE j' m oyt $id», look- Back the Attack — Buy Bonds Buy War Bonds For Victory WEAK—Carolyn Gilbert WATR-WOK—Lopez Orch. 1 :-l5 p. ni. WATR—Carnival WEAF-WATR—News WTIC—John McVano 2:00 p. m. WOK—Mclntiro Orch. WTIC—Here's to Youth WJJi—News: Women in Blue \VEAF—Muslcana WAEC—Of Men and Books 2:30 p. m. WOR—News; Cy Walters WAEC—Calling- Pan-America WJZ—Sez You WTIC-WEAF—Sports Stories 3:00 p. m. \VOR-This is Haltoran WJZ—News: 21 Stars WEAK-WTIC—Minstrel Melodies WABC—Victory F. O. B. WEAF—Yank Anniversary 3:30 p. in. WOH—Fields Orch. WEAF—Golf Match; Music WTIC—Music on Display WJZ—Jazii Concert WABC—Visiting Hour •1:00 p. m. WOR—Rollini. Trio WJZ—News; Heidt Orch, iVATR—Afternoon Revue .VABC—Sampson Parade WTIC-WEAF—To be announced :15 p. m. WEAF—Afternoon Blues 4:30 p. m. ,VABC—Ted Husinjr; News VI2AF—Races; Golf WOR—Saratoga Races; Talk 5:00 p. m. WTIC-WEAF—Your America WJZ—News; Concert Orch. \VOR—Uncle Don WATR—Saturday Concert WABC—Corliss Archer 5:15 p. m. WOR—Roiiini Orch. 5:30 p. in. WEAF—D'Arcy Quartet WABC—Mother and Dad WOR—Lee Castle Orch. WTIC—Caesar Searchsinger S:45 p. m. WEAF-WTIC—Curt Masscy WJZ-WATR—Hello Sweetheart 6:00 p. in. ALL Stations—News <»:15 p. m. WEAF—Hollywood Theater WATR-WJZ—Sports WOR—Newsreo); Entrc Nous WABC—People's Platform WTIC—Jazz Gems C;30 p. m. WOR—News; Stan Lomax WABC—Platform , WTIC—Strictly Sports WJZ—Green Hornot WATR—Sports; Hits, Bits 0:45 p, in. WEAF—Art of Living 7:00 p. m. WABC—It's Maritime WTIC-WEAF—They Call Me Joe WOR—Guess Who? 7:15 p. ni. WJ2-WATR-WEAF—Now.< 7:30 p, in. WABC—Mrs. .Miniver WATR—Best Loved Music WTSAK-WTIC—Ellery Queen . WOR—Confidentially Yours ' WJZ—RCA Program 7:-t5 p. in. ; WOR—Answer Man «:00 p. m. WABC—Kenny Bnkur Show WTIC—Abie's Irish Rose WEAF—Author's Playhouse ' WATR-WJZ—American Dance Music WOR—News 8:15 p. m. WOR—For P.emcmbrnnce WJZ—To be announced WEAF-WTIC—Playhous,; 8:30 p. m. WOR—Cli-co Kid WABC—Inner Sanctum WEAF—Men at Sea WJZ—Josef Stop.ik Orch, 0:00 p. m. ! WABC—Hit Parade , WOR—Talk; Music Pestiva I WTIC-WEAF—Barn Dance I !hl.5 p. m. ( WOR—Theater of the Air ! WAEC—School of the Air I 9:30 p. in. ; WATR-WJZ—Spotlight' on Garber | WEAF-WTIC—Can You Top This? I 9:45 p. ni. ! WABC—Saturday Serenade 1 WJZ—Dance Orch.; Quick Quiz 10:00 p. in. WEAF-WTIC—Wood-Kelly Show WOR—News WATR-WJZ—Lombardo Orch. 10:15 p. til. WATR—Belgian Music WABC—Correction .Please WOR—Shady Valley Dance 10:3(1 p. in. WATR-WJZ—Army Service Forces WTIC-WEAF—Grand Ole .10:45 -p. in. WABC—Talks WOR—Bob Strong Orch. 11:00 p. m. ALL Stations—News 11:15 p. m. WATR—California Melodies WTIC-WEAF—String Quartet WABC—Shop Fields Orch. vVJZ—Dramatic Sketch WOR—News; Weather 11:30 p. ni. WJZ—Hoosiei- Hop WOR—Fields. «G. Lope?. Orchs. WATR—Tommy Tucker Band WTIC-WEAF—I Sustain Wings WABC—Dean Hudson Orch. . l~':(/o Midnight WEAF—News; Prize Pl.iy WJZ—News; Fields Orch, WILL -PICK SWEKTHEABT Boston, Aug-. 26—(UP)—An ar si for the maga.zine Esquire ha aeon selected us a judge in a con est to pick the sweetheart of th Navy Supply corps. Varga accept d the job of judging the sweet eart of the Navy Supply corp fflcers training at the Soldier' Field station in Boston. More tha'n 0 wives and sweethearts of Sup 3ly Corps' officers have entered the contest by sending in theii photographs. USED'COOKING TAT CAN BALANCE THE SCALE . - ^ftStV-.A _u*"v • . , •- ^rii lot onlv hit cut fit importi in h«K but made 'liii country • '(** exporting nation «> w*ll. To fill th» d«ficit, <<rmtn h«v» Jncreaiod ocroago in oillttd cropt, • r«i»d mort c«Hl« -«nd hogi. To bj.'anc* th» ic«l*, howorer, and tiiurt tdequat* * mpply of f«ti «nd oili for )h« netdi of Allies, v»«r «nd essontiol civilian in'dujfne'i, every drop of used cooling fit olio it needed. That's why meat deafen ifilt pay ' c«h and rarion pomfi for every pound turned in. WEIL.' THIS IS A MV5TERV. EVEBY TIME 1 MENTION THE NAME OF THE GUERRIUA LEADER, THf NATIVES GET SCARED. THEY WON'T TALK, THEY RUN, BUT WHY? WHAT'S THERE To BE AFRAID Of AND WHERE CX>TNEV CUN TO? JAP HEADQUARTERS IF THEY PO- MEESTER SAVI PS SAW'ERJ I SAW THE FUTUQ5 F C4-i=C'.<:ED OVSG. H BOCKS H£S BE5N PUT BOY MAYOR our WITH A SMOOTH TiNGK IS DATES! IDOVs'N AS CAM- ROBERT STOIiSr <N£w HCw NICE NAME SOUNDED JNTlL 1 HEARD •YOU S^V IT.,.I 6ET F£D UPON ! THAT X-9 !A6...MAK£i L tIKE A CONVICT LINDA.,. J-UH. [ PICKED UP THIS LITTLE RIN6 THIS T'S LOVEL.V.. 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