Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on August 31, 1944 · Page 7
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
Issue Date:
Thursday, August 31, 1944
Page 7
Start Free Trial

THURSDAY, AUGUST"31, 1944 NAUGATUCK.DAILY NEWS A WANT AD IN THE NEWS IS THE BEST PLACE TO GET WHAT YOU WANT Employment j^|p \VunU-il — Mulo it; Vi':i:'* ol ' Ovfi' for ,',.„.(',„• I''"" Tlmo ,,,' I.-ASANT WORK \Vitli' » IVfliilti? Future ''' •—'.rp"~|:'irl nr «'inn:u» wiintfil. V< ," I- nclu'ol jii'iiLliuitc with typ- ^^ -xiu't-.oiuv. I'oi-tmincnt posl- l " 1 ' ; ' r-rv i>k-ii!Jii!it office work. :ior.. %l !, > . offi ce ' >,vs H wooU. W.-IKCS $ L-k.'city Lunch, 0 No. — » lu.ur.i n $28.00 Mum r'o"':! I-LIOIII. Kscullcnt wiiges. ,, VIo| ,]. l , :u . r-13'J before li p. in. Kxi'i'lli'iit Splendid Must huve some ,„- .:;ibillx:i.tion coiull- only. Apply Pi-mouss Shop, for u-i-nrnil liuiiM-wi.rU In y'ddlolnr.-y. Week days only. I.",- in- full Hmr. Good WiiROS. Oill'u'iliy. -I-.'ITI. Mrs. MuriKCT. For Sale JKi>r S .SAI.1-:— - fii'iiil.v of < --oonss. Kxtra largo lot lo- cMtr.l snuthwi-st side. Patsy liitiriclii. iMiltoi'- ITU High St. i'hor.t- .'!-l"'S or GS3-1. j-rCHT mum, 2-f:ii!iil.v Jimise. AJ1 'i n[!H'iits, in guod condition. v'l'r (.-ariige :inil large lot. Price «-,7iin Ali'O 12-roum 2-famiiy hmidi-'. garage and extra build- In- l,,t. Price 50,300. A. Shepley. riMiiu. oni -fmnlly IHUI.M-, :il ' ni|iruvo:ii,'r,t.--. Johnson St. Two n Scot: St. John ftiuitlv hciu.-e on s-c Ho^'.y. Ti-l. :>n31. IfOl'K fitiiii.v IIDU.M- fur ?.:ilf. Cc-n- !r:il location, in excellent condi- t'di; Hf!i.-<s piping throughout; oi: imrncr. FrunUvge stitllclcnt !«r extra lot. Priced reasonably. Dial 3;i2:V H KOOM llmiM- for slid;. Kusl- (i.-nco of lute GCOI-KC C. Mam. )MI Cliff sti-iji-t. All moUui-n im- [,i-(,vi-ni'.-n:s. Apply Trust Dcj.t., Nau^iituck Bank. •f»KKK family linii«i- untl lwd-c:ir ir.'ir.-iKC on Hill street; annuui Income from rants, S1.0S2. Sixlo P'-r-e ?7.y>0 Sec Joseph V. Rosk.. .". Union St. T,-l. -\92S or 20r,a. •\VantcU To Uuy O.VK, Two iitul three fiitnily houses wanted. • Also farms an'd lots. Tel. . r 'i'3l. t WK n.-Yvr: itfVKK.s for 1-2-2 finnily houses. Jos. V, Rosko, 2 [.•nu.ii St. Tel. •I028-20.'i2. Room* To Kent A nnouncements l.rgnl Notices " NOTICE The Republican Electors of the Town of iS'augatuck arc hereby notified that there will be caucuses of said Electors on the sixth day of 3epte:r.tcr, 19-H, nt eight o'clock F 1 . M. as follows: For the First Ward In the Town I-laII Jiullding, For the Second Ward in the J. C. Raytkwich. Jr., otllce. IOC South Main street, For the Third Ward in the Polish American Club building, 109 Bridge 1 street, For the following purposes: Each Ward to elect seven delegates to the Town Convention to be held at S:30 the same evening, suld convention to elect four delegates to the fourteenth Senatorial Convention, and to elect four delegates to the Probate District Convention, and to transact such other business as may properly come before such convention CHARLES P. RODENBACH, ' Chairman, Republican Town Committee of Naugtxtuck. LIQUOR PERMIT Notice of Application This is to Kive notice that I, Mni-y C. Pais of 170 Bridge street, ^Viitorbtiry. hnvo Hied an application dated August 22, 19-14 with the I-ilqucu 1 Control Commission for n Liquor PackiiRo Store Permit for the sale of alcoholic liquor on the premises, 72 Church street, Naupn- tuck. The business is owned by Jose Pair and Mary C. Pais. both of 170 Bridge street, Waterbury, and will bo conducted by Mary C : Pais of 170 Bridge street, Watcr : burv, as permittee, MARY C. PAIS. Dated August 22, 194-1. Aug. 2-1 & 31. NOTICE A hearing upon the application of Gordon "Kanslow to "conduct a gasoline station and Auto Repair garage, to be known as R Jfc N Repair and Service, at 135 Rubber Avenue, will be held in the Borough Clerk's office, room No. 3, Town Hal!, at 11:00 a. m. on Wednesday, September G. 19-t-t. LEO J. BROPHY, Warden. S-31; 0-1, 2. Inexpensive! That describes a threu Diiy, Tliruo Lino, Clas- sii'ietl Ad tit the Prepaid Kate ot ! Household Articles Automotive 14 Autos For Sulo I'M" 11UICK SPECIAI^—Canv.crlllile Coupe, equipped with radio and heritor. Needs new top, otherwise in very tfoocl condition. If interested phone Wale'rbury .1-8017. "A safe place to buy and sell" 19.10 BUICK SEDAN Packard-^Yutc.rbury, Inc. •IS2 Wntertown Avenue Din! -1-0100 Auto I'lirts UUDG'E "-?' PLYMOUTH ATJTI-IOJ8IZED Sales Service Parts. Accessories Malcolm "\V. Starr Corp. •ISS Watertown Avc. Dial 5-11-10 Contractors I'iilntlng OUR 33rd AUGUST SAtE Is Now Going .On Here's Your Chance To Buy And,Save •• Here we fro again with more super values for Aujruat! While the supply lasts some o'C you first- comers "will snatch up unbelievable bur-Ruins In fine living room suites bedroom suites and quality dining room furniture. This furniture comprises one of our biggest pur-, chases, a pre-war purchase that has made our selections larger now than ever before, Included .In,.this great event arc bedroom suites in great variety . , . period .stjrl.08, modern, and Swedish Modern'," most any kind of suite you no wish .for . . . dinette suites .galore . . and a tremendous selection'c£ occasional pieces, kitchen furniture, rugs and floor-coverings, and .nursery furniture. There is Curnitur-e for every room and most needs. See these outstanding values now at Albert's and SAVE! Connecticut's Largest Furniture Store . A-L-B-E-.U-T-S 2GS South Main St. •'••Waterbury 10 rlECJS walnut dining- room set in good condition.' Also' 30 sq. yards inlaid linoleum. Apply 121 Aetna St. between' 5 and G p. m. 1'AI'KK HANGING mid W. F. Cota, 17 Cedar Tel. 5-15b. UL.ACK kitchen range for Mile. . Call after C p. m. 22 Carroll St., 2nd floor. Wanted To Buy Merchandise Teed And Fuel ORDER Now—For limited supply of seasoned wood, for stove, fireplace and furnace. Also fic'.d stones, .sand, gravel, one coal range, one gas range, one water heater, also cedar fcn'ce ar.d clothesline points, and numerous other items. Light trucking ar.d moving. Dial 2302 after -1 p. m. G. Salinardi, 53S So. Main street, Machinery. .Electric It And round HAVING lost, my «:»•" ration hook "A" issued by the local rationing hoard I hereby iite application Cor a new one. HARRY AHIGIAN. LATUKS — Several used Atlas— South Bend and .Logan.- Also drill Presses. Table and Band saws, wood turning lathes and other machine tools. Lincoln Stores, Cl W. Main street.. Waterbury. Phone i>0177. Mr. Andrews. JDKNTIFICATIOX bracelet lost, j 2S;l Marked "Mnrciu Goodwin." Find- ' er please call Nnugatuok 35-10 or return to 53 Xcttloton avenue line! receive reward. Clothing 12 liuslni'.Ms Announcements MONUMENTS Special prices on All Memorial* IV. RICHARDS 260 3o. Main 3t- Naugatuok LADIES' & GENTLEMEN'S SUITS Tailor made, $2S.7f>. New Fall and Winter Styles. JOI-TX MAGONE 397 N. Main St. A <s T-i A to 11 for 1'our MUSICAL'' INSTRUMENTS. Mecca Munic Co. 203 Bank -1-3-I22 BANK mifo deposit box.cs, wanted. Highest cash prices ]>aid. Wire collect, write or phone what you have to offer. J. E. Murphcy, P.e- public GOS-1, 815 Yeatmaii Avc., \Vebster Groves 19, Mo. DIAMONDS And Old Gold Jiought. Watch repairing our specialty. GRAND JEWELRY 112 Grand Street Dial 5-OOS2 \TFn- BOY'S PRE-WAR TRICYCLE ' -. Dial Wa'crbui-y 3-2050 T1UCYCLK wanted to buy. Uial Naugaiuck 30DU, TAVO rni'iiis for rent. Girl.- or ,,,,,,,1,. only. 120 City Hill St. Call after - P- "'They keep fighting- You keep buying WAR BONDS Automotive Autos For Sale 10-11 Plymouth - door. Equipped "with heater, -I pre-war Goodyear tiros. 1939 Ford deluxe -I door. Radio ar.d heater. Excellent tires. 1P3G Chevrolet. '! door. Fair condition. S200. IIOTCIIKISS STKKIJT GA11AGJ, SI7.1C 14 IMI.V'S suit. Worn ONLY TWICE. Blue tweed double breasted, Call 2109. 2H J.'oiisnJioltl Articles i COMPI^ETIS li o in i: furni.sliinffS boujrht for cash. HiRlies't prices : paid for electric refrigerators, I washers, and stoves, regardless of condition. Francis Fimritnrc Co. 4-10 NORTH MAIN STRKET Telephone 3000 AMKIll.CAN Walnut dining toihle, C chair. Aiso - trunks. Phone 3.102 SEND YOUR CHILDREN BACK TO SCHOOL IN OUR QUALITY SCHOOL SHOES The CHILDREN'S Foot-Balance Shoes Ijwt the market afTords. Priced liiiK to six.o. 83.25 „ $4.95 Little Shavcr^Shoes In Black or Brown. All Sixes and Styles. $2.95 ,. $3.95 BOYS' SCOUT SHOES The kind that will take hard knocks. $4.45 «,.„ «u in 10 $4.95 ...... ^- ™ •" ^^ Sixes 1 to G SNEAKS For Youths and Boys S2.15 M , S2.30 GIRLS' AND BOYS' Rubbers and Arctics Just received a good supply of them- Plonty of sixes on hand now. THE MILLER & PECK CO WATERBURY — CHESHIRE Senator Truman Will Speak To Voters Tonight Tonight or. the political front— the ears or the tmtion will he turned to a little town in southwestern Missouri The Democratic candidate for vice-president—Senator Harry S. Truman—will address American voters coasl-to- coust from his home town—Lamar, Missouri. The occasion for the speech is Senator Truman's oillcial acceptance of his nomination. The vice- presidential candidate says his address will be filled with many reasons for giving President Roosevelt a fourth term. The Truman speech w.-.ll mark the beginning of the active Democratic campaign. The senator's cant in political circles since Tru- address will bo considered signifl- nian is expected to carry the brunt of the fourth term campaigning. The Republicans meanwhile continue their attacks against the closed sessions of the Dumbarton Oaks conference. Representative Styles Bridges of New Hampshire- has criticized the conference for. the second time in a week. Senator Bridges says the conference is setting a'policy in what he calls orienta'. secrecy. In congress today—a showdown is expected ir. the house on the George demobilization bill. A labor- supported bloc will attempt to liberalize the measure as it applies, to mustering-out pity. Tunisia is about the same size as New York.state, and has about TfiO miles of coastline. Electrical Supplies Lighting Equipment BOMB -EM WITH Bourns' Victor — Columbia — Dccca Kccortls SWAN ELECTRIC CO. 15 CHURCH ST. TEL. 207-t . of Course" That's rifcht. Clync's is the place to go for handsome Kitts, p-ifts thiil. arc treasured Just n. few steps from Exchange Place.- Drop in. We've been helping Waterbui-y pick L'i ft - s f° r 20 -^CLYNE GLASS SHOP : 20 Harrison Avc. Wnterbury Prompt, Expert WATCH A .IKWELBY , TIEVAIRING ' ' • ' William Schpero 180 CirUttCII ST. _ ] Flight Up — 2i»ii Artfcicn for S:ilc "D1CATH.' TO KQACIIIW" will rid your horiie of roiichos .'incl unts, or money reftindod. $1.2i3. Adams . Phu'rinacy or Union City Pharmacy-. MODERN . Glcmvoiicl "Ji" coal runKC. Complete \vilh hot water 'front.' Alno one g-ns hoater, .A-l condition. Call M77 after C p.m. Hill. MunJi;.-;: JOHN'S MDSIC SHOP We buy, sell, cxchaiiffc, ;in<l repair all kinds of instruments. Lowest prices in the; city. 3SO-382 Soj Miyn St., -Watby. Conn. Education 31). 31 J.oc:il And Prlvaii: Jfjislriictors ~~ DINA SCHOOL OF MUSIC • .STUDIOS—WATEY. 4-5028 CJUI3S — 'Voiitir BtKls, CarrLi^^sJ C '' lJ] f.^'^^' r ^^~ c ? 1 _^'^° l j 0 ^, 11CeC .high chairs, Play Puns, .biithi-1 ch n,j r , Mli Adults, Advanced, Beffin- ncttils, large . selection of «-°y s -.| nc ,. s . R ;) . p id Piano Course for Adults Lowest prices in-town. BEACON I!7 IJiiKin«;sf) Service* Ilcndore'd JACK O'BRIEN—WELDING 281 So. Main St. Walcrbury Tel. Nauff.'2521—Wulby. -J-&118 8 PrnfossJoiiiU 'Set-vices KIDDIE CENTRE 73' GRAND ST. Wtby. BABY uiito IM.-CIS, ' ,?3.ys'; ' haby uutoj scats, also kirfc'6 selection of toys.' THIS RADIO SHOP ISO Grand St. Watci-bury EXCEIXENT • ING and slip covers. Amazingly low prices. Allen's Upholstering Studio. M.islcrcraft Artists. 1 Grand SI. Waterbury. Dial 4-0640 Itl-:n top Insulating wool. All f.yp«'H. Installed if desired. T. J. Mon- lamlxiult. 530 No. Main St. Union City.'Tel. 2G83. CUSTOM HEUJ'IIOLSTKniNG — Special 2-piece Suite ....... $09 GRIFFIN UPHOLSTERING CO. 4C90 - Aii army survey reveals Chat of the 1 -10.000 army nurses listed on service rosters, about 19 are'being' married 'per day. 39 'Wanted To Renew Service*' " EI.ECTIHCAI/ KopalrtniE Service Appliances ft specially." Ray Decker, 402 N. Main SL Tel. 4000. OIL BDRNKRS cSnjmcd and repaired, All work guaranteed. Tel. 302J5. H.-xrry Churchill. ATTENTION!' Orocrs tnkcn for now Elcclrolux cleaners. Also parts and repairs. I. Nissen. Bonded repairman. 3 Teresa ave. Dial -1822. ' 40 Cleaning- And KlEVMAN'S • iCatijjaluck's Great Dry Cleaning Firm, offers its first class dry , cleaning not only in family garments, but blankets, russ ard ollj- er .specialties in l^is field. KlEVMAN'S. 7lj Church Sti'eft Durinj? last year, inventories of . shoes in- the United States dc-. creased by more than ."jS.OOO^OOO pairs, accoi-ding; to OPA estimates. i LEARN Scientific JVJassa; Masseur's needed. J3veni:ifr Write for fi'ee Massage, 7 IS YOUIi i'JANO in tip-top shape for your coming fall and winter pleasure? Call Metro Music Mart, 88 Church St., for expert •service. Dial !i2S7, BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS Mi-s. Kor.ishea, Pond Hi:i. IJUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS By KOY CRAXB OKAY HERE,THEN, MUST BE THE COBRA'S HIDE OUT AND WHAT A HIDEOUT/ MUST BE A CAVE BEHIND THERE. SO THAT'S WHERE HE WENT BEHIND THAT WATERFALL. INTO A TRAP, THEN HERE'S WHERE I THATSWHEBE QUARTERS IN A GARAGE •- By ROBERT STO«>» SECKKTAGENT XD f SU7 A F£W HAVE APr.-.PENTiy FiVLIS,' HVWcN IN FRIENDLY HANDS i Vs'VZ CCT J'L'. EXPLAIN ...A NUMBER C 3 HAVc ESCAPHD f&OM VARIOUS CAMPS OP ~ ARE 5OON Z esr — YOU SAY l£i TO Be PUT INTO A CA/V1P — 1 TO l£RN WHO F'CPLc AR£ AND SBWG A'ADS Or- PSI50NER5.'. BARNEV GOOCL.K AND SNUFFX' SMITH ve FGRSOT CLINCWER, OAR.G.UV FOR "W NP,RD6\RD? vo'Re MORE UKE UNK SNUFFV SECONT \R. O. 1 - 1 - BIUOK BKADFOK1) HUGGS AND SKEETER ; MUSSS, r- iz*£T~you ^ SUEE WISH,SUMMER )/ SAID. IT/ I .VACATION WOULD r^T I COULD ) NEVER ENP/ r-f<^J> PO THIS i ' POBEVER. I GROW UP Y 2 HA-MA ANP HAVE MV OWN Kr( HOW AEOL1 1 BUSINESS, I'M GONNA \ HOLPIM' A GIVE eveevaopv THE fla Jos SUMMER OPF THINK:--- NO HOMEWOBK, MO TESTS ---•LIST SWIMMIM'ANP ( PISHIN*. WHATTA •a H

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 14,500+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free