Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on September 1, 1944 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, September 1, 1944
Page 7
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1944 NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS Page Results In The ews lassifie Are Sure As Death And Taxes Employment |lrl|> \Vuutod—Mulo BOY \VAXT I'M) n; Years or Over for Pnrt nr Full Time , I'LbiASAXT WOTUv \Vltli -i Definite Future Apply NVw.i Office Today Announcements NOTICE Help Wnntnl—Vunmlo YOl'M" K' r ' or «'""""' wunlud Hi),'H school K''u(luntc with typing I'SpiTience. Permanent position. Very pIcnsiLnt office work. Apply N«ws Office. SS IVnntrtf — (i hourx <» juv- -t> days a woek, \vages $2S.OO :i week. City launch, 9 No. Main street. WOMAN iviinlril for tfi'llrral IIOUHI.'- work and to curu for child, Live • n. Own room. Excellent wages. Telephone (lui'.y. 513S) boforu G p. m. AI.H^I.'M'V wiintfil. Kjcri'lli-nt suliiry iiml commission. Splendid opportunities. Must Iiiive some rxpenrnce. Stabilization conditions only. Apply Princess Shop. WOMAN for x'oni'ttil hotiNcwnrk I MkUilebin'y. U'eek clays ortlj I'm-: or full time. Good Cull U'iby. -1-2171. Mrs. Hox "A" .NVu-.i. In care of Na janitor. Appl> For Sale Ifoustw i''or Salt! >'(IK SAI.K—'J family IKHI-C of !< rooms. Uxtru large lot lo- c::tfd .*fuith«-fst .si<lt>. Pnt.iy Uibrlola, riiiltor. 172 High St. I'honr S4:"S or 0^3-1. KK'ilIT room, S-fumily lioilii'. All iniprovrments, in good condition. 2-car garage and large lot. Price jli.Tou. Also 12-room 2-family house, garage and extra build* ing l"t. Price $tj,300. A. Shepley. Tel. IMS. 1 :. .Sf\ ruuni, iiiU'-finnlly IIOMMO. all lni[iruvi.n\i'nt.-t, Johnson St. Two Junilly house on Si'ott St. John Healy. Tt:l. ZOSl. H KOO.M MntiM- null-. Hosl- of late George C, Hnni. 18u CMiff street. All modern Im- provrmi'nts. Apply Trust Dept,, Naugntuclt National "Bank. The- Republican Electors of the Town of Naugatuck tire hereby notified that thcre'wlll be caucuses of MIIid Elector* on the sixth day of September, io-1-l, at eight o'clock P. M. rut follows: For the First Ward in the Town Hull Building, For the Second Ward in the J. C. Raytkwlch, Jr.. odlce, 10G South Main street. For the Third Ward In the Polish American Club building. l»0 Bridge street, For the following purposes: Each Ward to elect seven delegates to the Town Convention to bo held at 8:30 the same evening, said 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 ns may properly come before such convention CHARLES P. RODENBACH, ', Chairman. Republican Town Committee of | Xaugatuck. Inexpensive! That describes a three .'Day, Throe Line, Classified Acl jit the Prepaid L'lito of 63 11 Announcements Lost And Found .«!<> LOST ill vicinity of TutUe house. 5-0217. Finder cull Wuterbudy 13 Uii.sliK'ss AiinouncuimmtH MONUMENTS Special prtaea on All Memorlalu V, RICHARDS 260 So. Main St Naupratuck NOTICE A hearing upon the application of Cordon Ranslow to conduct a giu.'olinc station and Auto Repair garage, to be known us R & N Repair and Service, at 130 Rubber Avenue, will be hold In the Borough Clerk's office, room No. 3, Town Hull, at 11:00 a. m. on Wednesday, September G, 1944. LEO J. EROPHY, Warden, 8-3.1; 9-1, 2. NOTICE AucMoiiH Am having my IGth annual auction Labor Day at Millville Library. Naugatuck, Conn,, have the bt's: lot of things yet—Four Shei'i- clan chairs, one straight anil the rest rockers in jlne shape; three Boston rockers, one largo one, one medium and one child's; two full length glass canes, old; four'clocks, one wall with chimes, one nice parlor electric, two others, all working: cherry drop leaf table; low 15 DODGE — PLYMOUTH • AUTHORIZED;-|-; Sales Service Parts, Accessories 1 Malcolm W, Stan-, ,0'p.rp. •188 Watertown Ave. 'Dial' 5VU4 Contractors VAVEB HANGING und 1'alhtlng W. F. Cola, 17 Cedar Street Tel. 5-15!>. Merchandise Feed And Fuel ORDKK Now—For llmllml HU|)|)lj of seiLsonod wood, for stove, /ire- place and furnace. Also field, sand, gravel, • one coal range, one gas i-an^'u, one water Jteutcr, cedar- feivcc and clothesline points, nr.d numcvous oilier itcm.s. Light trucking' and moving- D-al 2302 after-.| 'p. 'm. G. Siilinurdi, 538 So. Main street. Muchlmtry, Electric .ATH.ES — Several used ' Athis— South J3cnd and l^o^fin. Also drill Presses. Table and Band saws, wood turning lathes and other machine tools. Lincoln Stores, 01 W. Main alreet., Waterbury. Phone '0-0177. Mr. .Andrews. BANK Hafe (Tcposit l.'Oxx-H Wanted. Highest cash prices paid. Wire collect, write or phone what you have to offer. J. IS. Murphoy, Republic 008-1, 815 Yealman Ave., Webster Groves 19, Mo.' BABY auto licfls, .yi.'M; hafoy :mto seats, also large, selection ol toys. THE RADIO. SHOP.' ISO Grand St. Wat'erbury sob JJIAMON1JS And Old Gold ISoilglit. Watch 'repairing our .specialty.-" • . GRAND JEWELRY 312 Grand Street Dial-5-0082 IMtrCYCLE ' Naugatuck 3003. to l>uy. »Jal ArticTe.i for Sale "D.EATH TO..HOACHKS" will rid iyour home of roaches and ants, or money refunded, SI.25. Adams Pharmacy or Union City Pharmacy. DliHcelluneous CIUIJS — Youth lletls, high chairs, Play Pens, buthi- nottcs, , large selection of toys. Lowest prices in .I.own. BEACON KI DDIE CENTRE 73 GRAND ST. wtby. JOH.N'S MUSIC SHOP IVe buy. ««ll, '.'xch.inge, and repair air kinds of instruments. Lowest prices in the city. 3SO-382 So. Mam St., Watby, Conn. Education 3.1 I~ocul And Prlvati; Instructor* Mrs.- Kcnishe.a, Pond Hill. Services ProfcHsIonuf Survives •DINA SCHOOL OF MUSIC STUDIOS—WATBY. -1-0028 BS3 South Main—11 Wilson Slrsot Piun'o — Voice — Mandolin Childi-orr, Adults, A(ivmv:eeJ,«BoKin- nci-.s. Rapid Piano Course for Adults EXCKM.KNT yireUI' JNG and slip covers. low prices. Allen's Upholstering Studio. Mnslci-crart Arli'sls. I 'Grand St. W.iterbury. 4-CKM5 RKD top.liixiihiMnfr wool. All typos. InstaJled it desired. T. J. Mon- tambault, !550 No. Main St. Union City, Tel. 2GS3. • IS YOUR J'lA.VO in ti|»-tO|> for your coming r»ll and -winter pleasure? Call rvfotro .M'JsiC Mart, 88 Church "St., for expert sc;;-vicc. Dial ."32S7. ' 3!> \V«Hlc«l To ilc»i<?i:r Serviced ELECTRICAL «<:palrln K Scrvlc* Appliances n. specialty. Ray Decker, 402 N. Main St. Tel: 4000.' Oil. IIURM'JRS clnanpd and repaired. All woj-Jc BTj.irantced. Tel. 3025, Harry Churchill. CUSTOM RKUl'IfOLSTICRINf; — Special 2-picce Suite 559 Jnstructiods LKARN Scientific M!IKN:IK<-. Kmnt I'iclti. Massoui-s needed. Evcnlnjr clnssos. Write for free booklet. College Massage, 77 Pl.-u-.a, Bridgeport. ...... GJUFFfN UPHOLSTERING CO. k 4C90 Oruors U-ifcon for now Ek-cuvjJux cJeanw-s. Also pai'ls] repairs. I. Niss-.-n. Bonded repair-man. 3 Teresa .ive. Din.1 -J-S22. in Cleaning And Dyeing dry WAR BONDS KIKVMA-N'.S .<augatuck's Croat Dry Firm, offers its first class cleaning not only in family mcnls, but blankets, rujjs and other spccinliies in Ihis field. KTEVMAX'S 70 Church Street UVX SAWYER n.v ROY CltANK The Republican Probate Convention for the District of Naugatuck and Beacon 5-alls will be held in thi- Town Hall Building in Beacon Full*, on Sept. 9. 19-U, at 8 o'clock , P. At., for the purpose of nominal- i' u f.'s: 2 nice patch work quilts; ng a candidate for the otllco of lawn-mower; book case; combina- Juclge of Pi'obiue, and the trans- tio:l - s<i;lt »nd table; puir of old leaf sewing table, marble top and others; two blanket chests, one with drawel- in the bottom; school- masaers desk refinishcd; oilier chairs Have some lovely old glass, lion campoc, a dandy; nice lot of old Baskets, small; full lire place set; looking glasses, a variety; two strings of buttons; five now hooked iction of stich other business as nay properly come before said con- entlon. ANTHONY TAN'GREDI. Chairman, Republican Probate Convention. TIIUKK fmnil.v IIOIIMP and fsvo-cnr g:ir«(,'i; on Hill street: annual Income from rents, $1,022. Sale puce .?V.«00. Seo Joseph V, Ron- Ko. X L'nion St. Tel. -IP2S or 2M2. To lluv OXK, Two mid three rtimlly li wanted. Also farms and Tel. 5031, WK IIAVK UUYKUS for l-'J family houses. Jos. V. Roslca, Union St. Tel. -ia2S-2902, Kooni.H To lioitt T\VO roiiniM for rent. GlrN 01 couple only. 129 City Hill St Cull after £ p. m. Announcements Lrgul NoticoH NOTICE Tin.- Reglstnirs of Voters of the Town of Hanson Fulls will be In session In tho Town Hull, Tucs- <l"y, -Septenibu;- C, and Tuv.idny. K,->tirmbur 12, ID-l-l, from nine o'clock A. Af. until fii-e o'clock I'. M. for the purpose of revising ;tn<l cfn-n-cting the voting list. Dated lit Beacon Falls, Connectl- <•«'. this twcnty-nctti clay of Atigust jr. CARROLL HELEN C. DONLAN Registrars of Voters. LIQUOR PERMIT Notice Of Application This is to give notice thnt I, Edward Pinto of 2G South Main street, Naugatuck, have filed an application _ dated August 22, 39-1-I, with the 'Liciu'or Control Commission for a Restaurant Beer Permit for the sale of alcoholic liquor on the premises at 2S South Main street, Naugatuck. Tho business Is owned by Edward Pinto of 26 South Main street, Naugatuck, and will be conducted by Edward Pinto of 28 South Main street. Naugatuck, as permittee. EDWARD PINTO Dated August 22, 19-1-1. door lanterns; large blue platter, and a lot of china, glass, silver and so many other nice things. 1 will have to start this action at !il a. __ m.. doors open at 10:30 Light lunch AMIilUCAN Walnut dining tab] 'LADIES' it GENTLEMEN'S SUITS JOHN MACONE Sl/K 14 buy's suit. Worn ONI.V TWICE. Blue tweed double breasted. Call 2.100. COMIM-ETE home furnishing* bought for cash. Highest prices paid for electric refrigerators, washers, and stoves, regardless of condition. •Francis Fi.imiti.iro Co. -1-10 NORTH MAIN STRKET Telephone 3000 ' • served. Fred Church, Naugatuck. Automotive tl Auton For Sale UW7 IJUlCK S I.— Convertll)!,; Coupe, equipped with radio and henter. Needs now top, otherwise in very good condition. If interested phono Waterbm-y -1-8017. "A safe place to buy and soli" 1910 PACKARD SUPER S SEDAN l.'iU'kiKril-AVnturiiii ry. Inc. -IS2 Watcrlown Avenue Dial -i-0109 1939 Ford deluxe -I door. Radio and heater. Excellent tires. HOTCIlKlSS STKKKT GAUAOK .0 chair. Also • 2 trunks. 3102 28 iroiiseliolil Articles UI.ACK kitchiMi riirn,'' 1 for snli>. Cull after G p. m. 22 Carroll St., '2nd floor. \Vunc«;U To Buy - C \ S H ror YQVr MCSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Mecca MUSICI Co. 203 Bunk 4-1-122 NTICr): EGy 's PRE-WAR 1 TRICYCLE Dial Waiorbury 3-2S(JO Colonies ofiPortugn! comprise an area 26 times greater than that of tho mother count ry. and contain 15 million inhabitants. _>. W_ U . * M £-,—.• I. .,_, J. f I I , ^^ LIQUOR PERMIT i Costly Housing Project In Maine Is Being Vacated Notice Of Application This Is to give notice that I. Charles Cupece of 57'Temple street, Watcrbury,- Conn., have filed an application dated August 22, 19-M with the Liquor Control Commission for a Club for the sale of alcoholic liquor on the premises at 0:"3 South Main street, Naugatuck. The business is owned by Colombo Chrlstoforo Society of 553 South Main street, Naugatuck, and will be conducted by Charles Capcce of permittee. CHARLES CAPECE Dated August 22, 19-14. Dog's Barking Led To Arrest Of Man In Stamford South Portland. Maine, Scpl. 1—I Stamford, Sept. 1 — (U P)— The Lout And Found They keep lighting- Yon keep buying BONDS IIAVIXC. lost my ration lx>ok . "A" issued by tho local rationing board I hereby ,'lle application for a now one, HARRY AHIGIAN. JOK.VTiriCATION hracelet lost. Marked "Marcia Goodwin." Finder please call Naugatuck 3o.|0 or return to !J3 Nettleton avenue and receive reward. (LTD—Tlic Mountain View opart, ments—a government housing project—closes todny. F-P-H-A Resident Manager Irving Altman said that 30-1 families already have moved out of ihc project and that the remaining few families would find other homes by Monday. The government agency decided to close the $1,SS5,000 project bo- cause of excess operating costs and lack of manpower. Originally the tenants said 'they would refuse lo vacate until evicted, but they changed their minds after a series of conferences. Bolzano, the Italian gateway to the Brenner pass, was Austrian until the close of World War I, and most of its 35,000 residents still speak German. barking of a dog the arrest of a suspected arsonist. The dog's barks aroused Walter ITurrison this morning in time for him to see a man apparently trying to act firo to a corner of his home.- Karrison called police who rested Frank Winges and held nil for investigation. Police said there had been a serio of mysterious /ires in the noighboi hood during the past six weeks, JJIED SUDDENLY Somorville, Mass., Sept.' 1—(UP —A 6.3-ycnr-olcl Cambridge woman is dead at a hospilal, shortly afto attendants found J2900 hidden her clothing. Mrs. Antoinette Strox '/.i was stricken on a Samorvillt street. If You have no church-home — ST. PAUL LUTHERAN — CHURCH 12 Curtiss Street Union City "A friendly Church in the heart of a friendly community" invites you to attend their House of Worship every SUNDAY at 8:45'A. M. Have you sorrows, cares, or griefs? Remove your burden by hearing God's Word of comfort. TUNE IN! TELL OTHERS! The Lutheran Hour is heard every Sunday afternoon at 1:30. Station: WICC, Bridgeport; WTI-IT, Hartford. HIT No. 1 LOEW'SPOLI VlCtORYHITPARADE 1944's NEW * SH '' Now Loews POI.I THE STAR OF GREAT PERFORMANCES GIVES HIS GREATEST! SPENCER TRACY in MOM'S "THE SEVENTH CROSS with that fascinating new girl! 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