Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on August 28, 1944 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Monday, August 28, 1944
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MONDAY, AUGUST 28, 1944 NAUQATUCK DAILY NEWS Page Sevea It 9 h in. 'I to, 'emu will ring it of clou. Co. h ;i cot•"on bnll lo. tmn as ted Need Have Advertise Them Here TODAY! Announcements NOTICE: ;> Liiii's' — 15 AVords; Rimniny; For 3 Dav.s Cu^ls ONLY SM.VLL lost. Please 8428. fenuilo ..._„ ctill .N'aujrattiek i . , '"ontlm olil black •-nd white bcafjlc pup hi vlcln ity ol Hard street. Answers to Prince." Tel. 5109. 12 > AiuiuiincoinoiitH AIONITALEJVTS Special prices on All i •V. RICHARDS 260 So, M»in St. Employment Wuntt'il — Fi-mnlo Automotive 14 YOl'Nll nm ur wtniiiiii Hit-'l" school Kractuute with ty (ion. Vary plen.iunt office wor Al'i'ly N'-ws Office. For Sale UIHIXCJI For S*ul« ^ t>.\K FAMILY houxu for mil \viih 'i lurK'f. plonsant rooms sun porch. 2 ndditlontil roorn« on the third floor for .storage, har< ivooi! fluorsi. furnace heat with oil liiiriu-r, Laundry and lavntoi'j In tin 1 cellar, screens and atom windows. This bountiful house with its nicely landscaped lot uni! one cur icarajfc Is locntcc at 0 Culver Street in the tint ri'.iidt'ntiul section of Culvei Hi'ik'hts. Kiirly Occupancy. JOHN" KIERXAN Of W. H. Hurt. tnc. Est. ]SOO Dial N'liuj;. T>707 or U'tby. >'OI'K fumlly house for suli>. Crn tr;il location, in excellent condition. Brass plpirjK throughout; oil burner. Froncnpre sufficient fur extra lot. Priced reasonably Addrf.iH Box "S" cure of Nau News. FUK SAI.K — i; family liour«.> of j rooms. .Kxtra larpe lot lo- cat-'<! southwost side. Pntr.y L.-ibrio:u, I'viUtbr, 172 HlKh St, Phono 3-158 or 583-1. Auto.H For Suit "A safe place to buy and sell" 19-10 BUICK SEDAN. Packjird-Watoi'biuy, Inc. 482 Wntortown Avenue Dial 20 INCH -Bicycli; wanted. Good condition, boys. Call 395'! after 0 p. m. NContr actors I'liintlnjt 1'AMiJR HANGING and „ W. F. ,Cotu, 17 : Cedar Street. Tel. D40!>. Merchandise 30 •Fowl And Fuel Plymouth 2 door. Equipped with heater, 4 pre-war Goodyoar tires. 1039 Ford deluxe •! door. Radio and heater. Excellent tires. 193U Chevrolet. -I door. Fair condition. S200 1IOTCHK1&S STttEKT CA11AGJS 'Phone C/727 Auto 1'iirl.s OKDJ'JK Now—For limited siippl 'of seasoned wood, for stove, f.ire place and furnace. Also 1'lcU stones, sand, gravel, one co;x rniifto, one pas ranjro, one wate heater, also cedar I'en'Ce anc clothesline points, and numerou,. nther Item.s. Li^-ht trucking anc moving. Dial 2302 after -1 .p.'m G. Salinardl, 53S So. Main street Household Articles COMBINATION Stovr. .Coiil or. oil with pas. 'Phone 235S. Joseph Clotliiii)r DODGK — PLYMOUTH AUTHORIZED . Sales Service Parts, Accessories Malcolm W. Starr Corp. 88 Watertown Ave. Dial 5-11'lG Auto 1'iilntiiiK \UTO PAINTING A SIMON I5JING Immie's Garage, 73 Ward 5-1203 Waterbury. LADIES' & GENTLEMEN'S SUITS Tailor made. ,-f2S.7fi. New Fall and Winter Styles. ' JOHN MAGONE 397 N. Main St. • For Sale "DKATH TO KOACJIliS" will rid your home of roaches and ants. or money refunded. $1.25, Adams Pharmacy or Union City Phiirin- OUB 33rd ANNUAL AUGUST SALE . la No\v Gpiny' On Here'; To I-Icru wo go nga.i'n : with ,'morq super values for.-. August! While' the supply lasts -aome:Ot you flrst- oomcra ,will snutch up .unbelievable .bargains In fine llving'j'o'om suites, bedroom .suites and quality dining room furniture. This. s (uniiturc comprises ono of oui'-.biggest pu chases, i) ' pre-war purchase ' that has inudo our selections.larger now than ever before. Included;" in "this (rrcat event arc bedroom ^suites in {.-ruat variety . . , period:, styles, modern, and Swedish Modern, almost any kind ot suite you cou.'d wish for . . . dinette .suites fralore and a tremendous- selection fit occasional pieces, kitchen furniture, rug-s and floor-coverings, and nur- jery furniture!. There is furniture for every room und most needs. See these outstanding values now at Albert'y and SAVE! Connect Unit's Largest Furniture Store . A-L-B-E-K-T-S 2fiS South Miiin St. -CAS H r ° 1 ' y ° ul " MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. I Mecca Music Co. 203 Eanlt -1-M22 [ BANJt wife acjvuslt boxes wanted. Hifi-hest coah prices paid. Wii'c collect, ,wrlte or phone what you :have to'.offei-. .T, E. Murphey, Kcpublie: 'COSa, 815 Yctttman Ave,, Webster Groves 13, Mo. . DIAMONDS j-And Old Gold Bought. Watch 'rop'airlns: our specialty. GRAND JEWELKY 12 Grund-Street . ' Din) 5-0082 JOHN'S MUSIC SHOP We buy, sell, exchange, and mjmlr all kinds .of Instruments. Cow- est 'prices in the city. 3SO-382 So. Main St., Watby, Conn. Education SI Local And Private Instructor)* SI) Miscellaneous BABV uuto beii.s, Ijtt.M; (juby auto seats, also large selection of toys' THE RADIO SHOP ISO Grand St. Waterbury CRIBS — Vouth BC-UN, Carriapi's, high chairs, Play 'Pens, bjit.'ii- nettcs, large selection of toys. Lowest prices in town. BEACON KIDDIE CENTRE 73 GRAND ST. Wtby. DINA SCHOOL' OF MUSIC STUDIOS—WATBY. 4-0028 5!33 South Main—11 Wilson Street Piano — Voice — Mandolin Children, Adults, Advanced, Beginners, Rapid Piano Course for Adults LHAKN .Scientific -Ma-s»u«:i-', «. r oi»J field. Masseurs ncoded. Evening cJn;-;;es, Write for free booklet. College M u s s a fj u, 77 Ploxi, Bridgeport. Cells of the yeast plant are so small. Unit 3,000 of thorn, laid in a HlraiKht.row, would measure -only one inch. 37 BiiNlncKg S»rvlc4!N Rendered JACK O'BKUSJV—WEtOJWG 231 So. Main St. Waterbury Te). Nauff. 2521—Watby, 4-8418 Sfl Wanted To HcnCcr :Serv|c«« ELECTJllCAh ftnpntrlnt Servtc* Appliances a specialty. Ray Decker, 402 N. Main St. Te!. -JOOP. 1'rofi'HHional Service* EXCELLENT «KUJ'I|Or,Sl'ER- ING and slip covers. Amaxingly low prices. Allen's Upholstering Studio. Mastcrcraft Artisis, 1 'Grand St. Waterbury. Dial'l-OG-JS On, BURNERS clc.'innd and repaired, AD work sruarantccd. Tel. 3025, J-Iarry Churchill. RED top Insulating wool. AH typioit. lMsta!)cd .if desired. T. J. Mon, tambault, 530 JCo. Main St. Union City. Tel. 2C83. ' CUSTOM Special 2-picce Suite S09 GRIFFIN UPHOLSTERING CO. Naugatncic 4G90 88a. " J'iano Tuning JS VOUR J'IA>:O in tip-top sli:il>e for your coming fall suid winter pleasure? Call Metro Music Mart, 88 Church St., for expert service. Dial 5287. ATTENTION] Orders toJcen for new Elcclrolux cleaners. Also parts ar.d repairs. I. Nlsscn. Bonded repairman. 3 Teresa ave. Dial -1823. . . Cleaning And Dyeing KIRVMAJ.-S .rtaiigatuck's Great Dry Cleaning Firm, offers jts first c'.ass dry cleaning not only in family garments, but blankets, rugs and .other specialties in fhln field. KZEVMAN'S 70 Church Street Uvaldc, Texas, is said to be the greatest honoy producing- center in the world, shippins: up to 2 million pounds annually. COMTLKTE H o in e fiirnlN „.. boufe-ht for cash. Highest prices paid for electric rui'ri^erators, washers, and' stoves, regardless of condition. KITCHEN Ciiliini-t—white I'lUUlii;!, modern, practically new. Made liy Sellers. McFai-Iand, .17 Codar St. \Vant Ads toll your wants :to those who can fill them, Francis Fi.irnif;nre Co. 4-19 NORTH MAIN STRKICT Telephone 3000, KLKCTKIC llufriirurtitur. jfi and electric washer wanted PI case call 3703. World War A Year Ago August 28,1943 Bronx Cheer In N. Y. Puerto Rico Farmers Get Indiana Heifers KUiUT room, ^-fiimily All lmp.-ovcmi.-nta, in ^rood condition. 2-rar jjaraKf "nd lartce lot. Price SS.700. Also Ill-room 2-famlly hciitsu, KuriiKC and extra bulld- lr,S Int. Price 56,300. A. Shopley. Tel. :-132. ^IX ninrii. iine-l'iniilly house, nil improvement--:. Johnson St. Two fumlly house or. Suott St, John Hcaly, Tel. 503.1. Htl.l. ST.. S fumlly liuune, iinniliil income from rents, $1,030 yearly. idle price, $7,SOO. SCP Joseph V. Roslto, 3 Union St. Tel. 402S or 2952. KOOM liousK r,, r Hiile. K m [- Uonce of latu GoocKe C. Ham, 1*0 Cliff street. All modern improvements. Apply Trust Dept., Naui.-fi.tuck National Banlt. Wanted To Buy OXK, Two iiml three fmnlly IKHIMU wanted. Also farms and loty Tel. n031. WE JIAVK BUYKBS for i-2-a family houses. Jo.s. V. Roslco, 3 Union St, Tel. -1028-2902. For ATTKACTIVIC Hull(lln« Lots for Post War Homos. 100 ft. front- ace. L'pper Park Ave. Write Box "A" in care of News ;for intc-r- vlew. ill Wanted To Kent A COl'l't-K iincl oni- rent. Call -M32. child want More than one fifth of nows- (B.v Vnlti-d Press) \Vavos_ ot Cour-motofod bombers of the Royal Air Force fly .'rom England AUR. 27 to attack "and virtually "obliterate" the railroad and industrial center of Neurem berg, Germany"; 33 bombers fail to return. 1'fng Bori.n of Euljraria, dies in Sofia after four clays of suffering- following a reported shooting at a 'jmull railroad station just outside of the capital. Denmark rejects broad demands of Adolf Hitler; Danish cabinet Is expected to reslffn and King Christian threatens to abdicate rather than accept demands from Berlin. Japanese abandon Eairoko, their last hold on New Georgia. In China, the l-lth U. • S. Army Air Force attacks Hon# Kor.j; for second time in two days. Russian -troops f. r ain 1C miles, bypfisalnj: Poltava to reach the Py- sol river, just 100 miles west of Kharkov. JMtlEST New Britain, AUR-. 28—(UP)—A Catholic missionary formerly stationed in Jap-held Korea—has died! fit his New Britain home while on vacation. He is the Rev. Leo W. Sweeney of the Maryknoll Fathers, who was interned in a Jap- t-se priso ncamo at Korea for six months following the Japanese ittack .on Pearl Harbor. He re- urned to this country aboard the Gripaholm and was stationed a Seattle. Tin.' well-known raspberry, known in polite circles :<s tlio Uronx ClK.'er, is uliiy sutinJiHl liy ICdith Wll«'»i.-l;.v, IB, us she luavos 1M- lice headquarters in New York. Shi.- \vus parnled peiuliiiR another hearing, on n chanji- of attempted Ki"UUl larci-ny after she and William Mnlvarlch, say police,' tried (o borrow u car for a Planned double elopmeiit. (Jn- Ifappancc, IncI, (UP)—Eighteen br-cd heifers have been"' sent to Puerto Rico by the Church of the Brethren o!' Northern Indiana to help supplement the halt- pint per person milk consumption *a" yea on the island. The church received the heifers from donors-. The animals from IS months r.o two years old Thu purpose of the project is to stock areas where there is a shortage o: cattle. Marvin Scnger, Nappanec, the project's chairman, said the heifers will bo ;?ivon to deserving farmers. Ho said more donations were beinj; accepted and would be sent to Europe as soon as permission is granted. 'DICK" POWELL IS LEAD IN COMEDY . NOW AT STRAND "It Happened playin Tomorrow" TWO FATAL ACCIDENTS Boston, Au»r. 2S—(UP)—Two w.sons are dead as result, of weekend highway accidents in New Enjrland At Shirley,' Private'Em- ery D. ./ones of Portland, Oregon, tiled of injuries suffered when his* jeep collided with a civilian truck. Two other soldiers and the truck driver worn injured. In Har.tland, Maine, 00-year-old Linwood Neal was killed whp.n his automobile went oi:t oi' control and struck a tree. Neal's soil and a friend were injured critically. For the police, not believing- in his unnatural prowess, suspect him of The Continental congress in 177 officially authorized establishmen pftpiM- advertising is In Want Ads. of the marine corps. PRIVATE BUCK now at the Strand, is a funny 1 V0l ' y rcal alld Poetical knowledge Picture, which is a fine thin,,- to ! ° r j cvcral c '' imes be able to say about ' M '™™^° younf,- Larry Stevens I of the phantom paper. The climax 4^ p r*M "1 rtf f h n IT 1 . Vft n f M (' ' r\ f * li !t< .-( f..* •• ..I-.:... ^., ._•: — ._ / c r—y-T-^i say about a comedy, The plot of the film, which stars Dick Powell. Linda Darnell and Jack Ofikie. is a Rene Clnir natural. It deals with the strange and rib-tickling tribulation^ of a young reporter, (Dick Powell), of the Evening News of 1S90, when he is given a copy of tomorrow's newspaper today .The source of this desirable arrangement is the fatherly ghost of one Pop Benson, former keeper of the files of the News. As a result of his possession ot the newspaper, Stevens is able to predict tomorrow'!* weather and sundry other events which ultimately load him to the calaboose. et out of the criminal charges against him, young Mr. Stevens fir.d.s himself first .a hero .then a rich man as a result of his pre-ordained winnings at the races, and finally reads his own obituary in another edition of this disturbing situation (for Air. Stevens) is a clcrv and complete surprise. We will maintain our good standing in the ranks of reputable reviewers and urge 'you to sec it for yourself. Columbia's "The Racket Han, the exciting picture u'hich expose America's latest billion dolla racket, the black market, is also on the same program. It feature Tom Ncal and Jeanne Bates. Yank Leads French Maquis Unit "They use '« m to male* flow«rs grew, Buck. Who knows? Thty may h«lp vou. Use Money Front a News to Buy Extra Bonds At the tinacl of u hand nf French IVfitquls, Lt. "Henry Mclntosh Palm Hi-ach, Fla., marches into the town of Gap after it Ji:id been Jib- <;ratcil -liy American forces. M ( . p;iraclmj«d .into Frai)ce':tlir(ie uionths ago to organize the patriotic group. Signal Corp* Rudlophoto. > <lutcr r ; initionul) BUZ SAWYER By KOTT CHANB A LETTER FOR Mi? HE'STISHTE5 I - •^ BILLS OLD MAN '£ WONTTOSS IN A SJDIME EXPENSES! THATSA BBEAK SAM -WANTS MS HIS CAM PAI6N MANAGER.* WHERE yASETTIN' UP HEADQUAPTEBS TDSQQN A FlSM- WfTH DADAWAY VJE CAN SETUP S.H.Q. WERE.' SECRKT AGKNT X9 By ROBKKT STOK> r PHIL CORRI6AN! HOW VOU SAV 6LJCM WAIT'U MY s£E5 IT— sweit 6RBEU '. Let'5 WP£ YOUR PIN5gg OQSStfT TLiPfS eiSEEM. US'DA! OH-OH; eorw SHUFFLS... DOH'T FCSC5T—WE'RE TS BE *vgTgg . X-0, Rl&UT AFTER NEXT on, PHIL ...i -r CAN'T ENSAOED...TWH RING i* uwav.' WANTS T<3 SEE MS IN •VIORNIN6... PAJtNEY GOOGLE ,TS-^ — ^.^~.. : OC BOSSY IS TW ONLiEST ONE VJJWOT SUOOIED UP (YUSSIN'. S(R»- GEE-\ OVCM'T WE WPkO PLWWftTES WOUND -f B,v \VILl.IAM »trr and CEJUttENCE CRA1 TONK THAT FELLOW, THEY'VE COME FOR US OR THE MIRROR.' 1 I(GET GOING , BOY - WE'VE WORK TO DO,' ^ VV/ELL, PA, VGU'RE^/SURE IS.' BUT t A HERO. 6I5ANP <( WISM Vau'P TELL FEELING,.) MV HEAD IT'S ISW'T trt SUf POSEP 1C PEEL THAT WAV. LOOK OUT, •6RAMDPA'- GONNA THEOW VA OUT AT HOME/ I/

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