Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on August 30, 1944 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, August 30, 1944
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. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30,1944 NAUGATUCK DAILY .NEWS Page Sevea S XHE |jESi|- £LACE TO GET WHAT YOU Inexpensive! Employment HI-IP it; Years or Over t'or Part f>r Full Time PHEASANT WORK With a Definite Future Apply .NVw.f Office Today Hcll> VOl'Nfl girl or woiiuin wuntril. H'Ch school graduate with typing i-xptTioiiCt'. Permanent position. Very pleasant office work. Apply Now.i Office, W.AITKKSS Wauled — it hour* u ility ti days u week, wages S2S.OO a u-i;rk, City launch, y .No. .Main street. >VO.MAN wuntril for iri'iiiTal IIOII.HU- \vork und to Care for child. Live in. O"'n ruum. Excellent wages. Telephone 5L3U before (i p, in. daily. SAI.KSI.AKY wanted. Kxci'llrnt salary and commission. Splendid uppurtuniUe^. Must have some rxpciiencc. Stabilization conditions unly. Apply Princess Shop. Announcements Notice* Automotive IS Auto -1'urtn NOTICE District of Is'augatuck ss. Probate Court August 29th, 19'H. . Estate of Catharine M. Ostroskl, late of Xaugutuck, in said District, deceased. T!,o Court of Frobate for the District of .Naiigatuck hath limited tint! allowed six months from date heroof for the creditor.'; of .said estate to exhibit their claims for settlement. Those who neglect to prudent thi-lr accounts, propertly attested, 'within said time, will be debarred a recovery. All persons indebted to said Estate are requested to nvukc immediate payment to JOHN P. OSTROSKI, Administrator. •U Culver Street, Naugatuck. Conn, Per Order of Court. Attest: STEPHEN J, SWEENEY, Judge. • DODGJd — PLYMOUTH AUTHORIZED Sales Service Parts, Accossorlc Miilcolm AV. Starr Corp. •188 Watcrtown Avo, Dial G-114 Auto I'alntlng AUTO PAINTING .4 SIMONIZING Jlmmio's Garage, 73 Ward 5-1203 Wuterbury til Motorcycles, B|U.VU|<*N XK INCH Itlcyclo. wanted. Gourd condition, boys. Call 395-1 after 0 p. m. Contractors I'ulntlnfir huusrworU In for KtM MiddU-bury. Week days 1'ai-t or full time. Good wa^'os. Cull Wtby. -1-2171, Mrs. Mungor. only. NOTICE The Republican Electors ot the Town of Naugatuck are hereby notified that there will be caucuses of said Electors on the sixth day of September, 19-14, nt eisht o'clock P. M. ns follows: For the Fir-si Ward in the Town Hall Building 1 , For the Second Ward in the J. C. Ruytkwlch, Jr., otllce, 100 South Main street, For the Third Ward in the Polish American Club buiJclinjr, 190 Bridge street, For the following purposes: Each Ward to elect seven delegates to the Town Convention to be held fit S:30 the same evening, said convention to elect four dele- Kates to the fourteenth Senatorial I'Al'JSR IMNGI.VG anil 1'alntlJiff. W. F. Cota, 17 Cedar Street. Tel. 5-J5b. Merchandise Feed And Fuel OKBKK Now—For limited Hiipply of seasoned wood, for stove, fireplace and furnace. Also field stones, sand, gravel, 'one coal rar.^o. one yas range, one water heater, also cedar fcivco and clothesline points, and numcrpu.s other items. Litfht truckinj; und moving. Dial 2301! after •! p. m. G. Salinardi, CSS So. Main street. OUR '33rd. •• _ AUGUST v . Is ; No Here's Your Oluiiice i;'. 'To Buy Andi'S^e.--'^/:. Hero we go- •nea'jn'->.Wtth' ; :;mor«' upun: values. for;,.Ausru».t!. ; ';- ( Svhlle the supply lusts spme.^otr^oUf^ii'Ht- comers .will snatch' u]>..un^'eiiey ) ablo flno- : llvinij'.roiDhj^ij,uiies; ' ''-' bedroom suites room furniture. .This V,furiii.lure comprises one ,of bur .biggest'^pur.; chases, a pre-war 'purchase.', that ms made our select)ons!,]ar(jer'.now han ever before.. Include^ Wj'th'iS _ . i - • .' .> .' *-"• ,,- i '.•:,. 'iDJSATH TO ROACH'ES" wllf rid "• .your home of roaches and' ants, ; ..or monry refunded. .$1.2!5.' Adams ' 'Pharma'cyior Union City 'Pharm- .a'cy. .'y'K'-••'-'• ;. f ' ' . -. • K1TCH1MS Cablnel^whlte .ciuuncl, modern, practically new. Made by , .Sellers; McFarland, 17 Ccdur St. • ' • ' " t •- —••-•••' MODEHIT Glonwoud. "K". -c o u I range. Co'mplolo-lwi-th hot water .,f rent,- ( ;,A;lso.-one gas'heater, A-l -'cohdltipnv^'CallS'')?? after 6 p.'ni BABY auto lied*, .¥«.»8; baby auto scats, iil.s.6'large selection of toys. THE RADIO SHOP;-ISO.Grand St. ' Walcrbu'ry JOHN'S MUSIC SHOP Wo buy, nail. <>xchangc, and rcpiilr all kinds .of .Instruments. Lowest prices' in the 'city. 3SO-382 So. Main St.', -,Wa(.by, Conri. ' '.' mod nost any kind of aiiite Vyo'u wish for , . . dinette suites j . , and a tremendous selection, of ccasional pieces, kitchen furniture, ugs and floor-coverings, and nur- ery furniture. There Is-Tur.nlture or every .room and ,«npatv'needs, ee these outstanding,vvalhes now t Albert's and SAVE! '• . find 1 'fira's'- with ' run K o. Oil black and \vhito ,'trimming., Wost.jrigho.jisc electric EpErigreratoiy..-l"l:' Hotchkiss .Sti "Ndon.-Vhou'r or/call Wtby. 3-8787. Mr. ^Larson, ,'.'".'' CIIIJJS — Youth .BcdK. Carrhiur.s, high chairs. -Play Puns, buthi- 1 nettcs, Inrg-e suluction of toys. Lowest prices : in town. BEACON KIDDIE CENTRE 73 GRAND ST. Wtby. Education 31 J.ocnl And .Private .Instructora JACK O'URIJJN— WKIM1KG £81 So. Main St. W;Ucrbury Tol. N.iugr. 2521—\Vatby. 4-8418 J'rofcmionitl Services ING'and slip covers. Am.' .low prices. Allen's. Upholatci-ing Studio 1 . 'Mastevernft ArUst-5. Grand St. W/itcrbury. Dial -l-OGIS Kcp;>lriii)f Service Applinnces n specially. Ray Dcclccr, 402 X Main Si. Tol. 4000, Oil, UCRNKIIS clo:inf<l und ro- paii-ed, All work gruaranWed. Tci. 3025, Harry Churchill. BKI> top lns»jl.ifll>«-.\vool. All Hn.stallod if desired. T. .1. Mon- -tamb.iuit, 330 A'o. Alriin St. Union .'City.:Tel.'20.83. ' " DINA SCHOOL OF MUSIC • STUDIOS—WATBY: 4-0028 5rj3 South Main—11 Wilson Street Piano— Voice —.Mandolin Children, Adults, Advanced,.Beginners.- Rapid Course for Adults CUSTOM nii;uriior.sxj:KiNG — Special 2-picce Suite S.W GKIFF1N TJPHOLSTERIKG CO. iick"' ' •'•.•••• 4C90 Instructions I,KARN Scicntffio Masxueir:, Kami field. Masseurs needed. Evening cl.'isscs. W/'itc far free hooltlct. College M-assagu, 77. Pl.-iy.a, Eridfeport. Piano Ttmini; IS VOUIl ITANO In Op-t«j» sbujx', for your coming fall and winicr pIcuHurc?. Call Metro Music Mart. 88 Church St., for' expert Service. Dial 5287. ATTENTION: onif.™ inium for new Eloctrolux cleaners. Also parts and repairs. I. Nissen. J2oii<led repairman. 3 Teresa ave. Dial -1822. . • I>.vcln|f KIKVMAN-.S k'3 Great Dry Cleaning ]-"iriTj, offers' its first class dry cleaning riot only in 'family garments, but blankets, r«R.i a.nd other specialties in this field. KIEVMAX'S 70 Church Street Grand Coulee dam in Washington is GSO feet high arwi. -1.300 feet lon^-. Itu IS power units Kr>n>>ralc million horsepower.. the in the world. Clothing • Furniture-Stprp,. • A-L-B-E-H-T-S 2G8 Sonth'.Muin St. "Wiitcrbury , Sl/Ii 14 .buy's suit. Worn ONJ.Y TWICE. -Blue tweed breasted. Call 2109, For Sale Convention, and to elect four dele- j 2 Kates to the Probate District Con vesition. and to transact such othei business as may properly come be fore such convention CHARLES P. RODENEACH. Chairman Republican Town Committee of Naujratuck. LADIES' & GENTLEMEN'S SUITS Tailor made, $2S.7.'>. New Fall and Winter Styles. JOHN MAGONE 397 N. Main St. i 2!» I 10 I'lKCli: walnut dining room set In good condition. Also 30 sq. yards Inlaid linoleum. Apply J21 Aetna St. between 5 and (i p. m. Wunted To Buy Jlousf.i For Sale ou SAI.K—a fiiinll.v hoiiNe o( 8 morn*. Extra largo lot lo- ojili-d .southwest side. Patsy IjihrioUi, sviUtor. 172 High SC ['(lu.-ic 3-1 .W or 5S3-I. .I'll!, I IT room, i-fiinilly house. All Improvi-muntsi. In good condition. 2-cnr Kurufia and largu lot. Price J,'i,70u. Also 12-room 2-famlly garage and extra build- lug lot. Price 5(i,300. A. Shupiey. Tel. 2-13.1. SIX rnoin, onc-fuKiily IIIIUNU. all Improvement.-'. Johnson St. Two f<unily house on SJOLI St. John Healy. Tel. 503.1. Ir'OUK finnly IUIUNI- for salt'. Central location. In excellent condition. Brass piping throughout; oil btirnei 1 . Frontage sulllcient for extra lot. Priced reasonably. .Dial 3&2;. llll.I. ST., :< fun illy hniisi', iimuuil Inromn from rents, $1,030 yearly. Hali- fii'lci;. $7,800. See Joseph -V. Rosko. " Union St. Tel. -I92S or x liOOM llousi- for «inle, Itt-xl- d<>nci> of late George C. Ham, l«fi Cliff street. All modern im- provi.-mentH. Apply Trust Dept., .N'uugatuck Xatlonsii Bank. 11 Lost And Found LOST—Bank Book No. 44.232 or the rs'augntuck Savings Bank has been lost. Any person having claims on said book Is called upon to present the same to the bank within tu-o months or the same books will be declared cancelled and extinguished, and a new one Issued in lieu there' or. ;Dated at Naugutuclc, Conn., Aug. 30, 1944. •• Sept. 13 & 27, HAVING lost my glut ration book "A" Issued by the local rationing hoard 1 hereby die application .• for a nc\v one. HAP.RY AHTGIAN. 12 Business Announcements MONUMENTS Special prices on All Memorial' IV. RICHARDS 260 So. Main St. Naugutuck Automotive M Anton For Sale "A safe place to buy and sell" 19-10 BUICK SEDAX Pnfkni'd-AV'atorbury, ITIC. 32 Watertown Avenue JFouselioid Articles C 'V S H r ° r Your MUSICAL of condition. Francis Fimiittire Co. 4-19 NORTH MAIN STRKET Telephone 3000 collect, write or phone- wHat you have to offer. J. E. Murphcy, Republic G084, 815 Yeatruan, , Aye., Webster Groves 19, Mo.',/: .- KLKCTK1C Refrigerator, gas stove and electric washer wanted. Please call 3708. AMKKICA-N Walnut dining ljihlt>, U «huir. Also 2 trunks. Phono 3102 DIAMONDS And Old Gold nought. Watch repairing our specialty. GRAND JTSWELUV 112 Grand Street Dial 5-0082 WANTED- B OY'S PRE-WAR TRICYCLE Dial Wa'erbury 3^-2550 OFFICE OF PRICK 1 ADMINISTRATION Department of Infornuitloii RATION NEWS For Week of August 27-Soptenilxir 2. MKATS & FATS GOOD INDEFINITELY —Red stamps AS through 28 and AS to D"> in Book Four worth 30 points each. Red tokens, worth one point each, used as change. Householders reminded that red stamps now jecome valid every four weeks in- tuud of every 2 weeks. Thus the nuptber of points is reduced to 15 for every 2 weeks Instead of 30. Wuntt'il To Buy ONI-',, Two und thri-c family houses wantod. Also farms and lots. Tel. 5031. \VT, IIAVK I1UVKKS for 1-^-3 funiily hcjiises. Jos. V. Rosko, 3 Union St. Tel. <1028-2!>52. They keep fighting- Yon keep buying WAR BONDS Plymouth 2 door. Equipped whh hcutcr, -1 pre-war Goodyear tires. 1P30 Ford deluxe •! door. Radjo and heater. Excellent tires. 1036 Chevrolet. 4 door. Fair condition. $200. I1OTCHKISS STKE15T GAKAGE 'Phone 1727 JJ FOODS GOOD INDEFINITELY — Blue Dial -1-6109 Stumps AS through 28 and 'A5 to F5 in Book Four, worth 10 points each. Blue tokens worth one point each, used as change. Blue Stamps G5, WO, J5, K5 ar.d I_5 become good for 10 points on Sept. 1 and remain pood inde.'lnitely. I'M" liUlCK SI'KCIAI.—Convertible Coupe, equipped with radio and neuter. Needs new top, otherwise in very Koocl condition. If interested phone \Vaterbury '1-S017. During the 12 months of 19-12, the army all 1 forces within the continental United States flew a distance approximately equal to 81,170 trips around the earth. good for five pounds for home caii- ninjr through Feb. 28, 19-15. Consumers may be granted up to 2 pounds per person for homo canning by making application on Form R-322 at local OPA Boards. New Enxiand is now in the second period for such allotments •(August 1 through October 31). SHOES ' GOOD INDEFINITELY —Airplane Stamps No. 1 and No. 2 in War Book Three pood for one pair of shoes each. GASOLINE NOVEMBER a—Last day for. A-ll coupons Kood for three gallons. B3, B-l, C3 and C4 coupons good 1'or live gallons each. SUGAR FUEL OH., GOOD INDEFINITELY—Supar SEPTEMBER 30—Last, day for Stamps 30, 31 and 3J in Book Four, | period four and period five cou- cach pood for (Ivc pounds. Sufe'ar j pens. All coupons .worth, 10 gallon^ Stamp 33 In Book Four becomes I a unit. New 194-I-10 fuel, oil cou- f,'oocl for live pounds on September 1 and remains pood indefinitely, Stamps 30, 31 and 32 in Book Four, pons will become j;ood for 10 gallons upon their receipt by the consumer from local OPA Boards. PRIVATE BUCK Birth Of Rare Baby Swans Stirs Science or four months, but the -hazardous ape seems to come .after they are five or six months old. .The mating ape is around five or six years, and the swans a're said to mate but once. Looks likt roll call will b« an amphibious operation.thit morninpl" ._ Chicago (UP)—A pair of trumpeter s w a n s, largest of native North American waterfowl, have hatched out two scygents at the Jackson Hole National, Monument, Wyoming, announced Newton B. Drury, director of the Nationa Park Service This event Is looked upon by biologists as a matter of nationa scientific interest, because of the thousands of these birds that.once inhabited the United States, less th'an 50 remained in 1931. The trumpeter swan is a bird of magnificent proportions, with a wingsprcad oC eight feet, and a weight of at least 25 pounds. Formerly the species bred from Fort Yukon, Alaska, and northern Canada south to Montana and Wyoming, and east to Nebraska and Iowa. From the Red Rock Lakes Mi- ratory Bird Refuge ilve trumpeter swun cygnets were introduced in 1930 into Jackson Hole by the Fish and .Wildlife Service. Three survived but no breeding or nesting activities were reported up to the j 1944 season. Early this spring it | noted that two oC the swans had paired off and were conducting nesting activities in the Jackson Hole National Monument. The two swans were protected carefully while nesting. Whether the two baby swans will help keep their race alive is a matter of conjecture. Cygnets, begin to fly at the age of three; Down E^st Sea Captain Was Coast Guard Father Lubec, Me, (UP)—This Down East seaport takes more than routine interest in the United Stales Coast Guard's observance .. of its 15-1 th year. In a grassy .little cemetery not far from his old home lies buried Capt. Hoplcy T. Y.eaton, i;ie "father" of the nation's smallest armed force. Capt. Ycaton was commissioned in 1790 by President George Washington and became the first master of the United Slatea Revenue Cutter Service, the forerunner of the Coast Guard; ' . ..His regrujar tour was, along the Maine coast from Klttery .to Calais, . .. . • Boy Explains Kid Brother Peninsula, O, (U P)—A seven- year-old boy, wheeling his brothoi; in a buggy to an ice cream parlor, suddenly remembered.- he- had 'forgotten his money. .... , ' i •'' ' He asked another youth to I watch .the baby while he dashed me. Returning, he found a third boy standing.beside the baby car- 'iage. "This your baby?"'inquired 'the stranger. "Naw," replied -big brother, . "I ain't even married." lltJY WAR Be.ATnS AND STAMI'S BUZ SAWYER By ROY CRANK IS BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY FOR'AN AMBUSH. IT'S NOT UKELY THERE ARE JAP SOLDIERS THIS DEEP IN THE MOUNTAINS, BUT YOU CAN NEVER RUSH YOU, SAWYER <E YOUR TIME NOW WHERE DID THAT KID By PACT. ROBfXSOX BUT MOM SAID VJE OOULDUSETcJE UV/NG-ROOM FOE CAMPAIGN . 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