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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

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, SEPTEMBER 2, 1944 NAuoATUOK DAILY; NEWS; Results In The News Classified AdgA^e Sure As Death And Announcements Inexpensive! Tluil (It'srriiVs a tliroo |i a y, 'I'iuvo Li in-, Clas- <it'ii-il Ail :it tlio Prepaid K'-'it*-' " L '' Employment l(pl|i l — Mrilo KOV WAXTKD It; Year.; or Over for Part cir [-'nil Time 1'I.UASANT WORK With - l Definite Future Apply Ni'w.i Office Today Ih-lp Wimtea—Female ' K' r ' or H ' onl "" .-cluiol graduate with typ- Inr,' ( -x|»'rionoo. Permanent position. Very pleasant office work. Apply News Office. AN wiinted for general housework iind to care for child. Live in. Own room. Excellent wages. Telephone T>130 before C p. m- daily. SAf.W'AOV »vi»ntotl. Exi-olli.-nt V 'sn!;a-y und commission. Splendid opportunities. Musi . havo some experience. Stabilization conditions only. Apply Princess Shop. OMAN for KOnrral housework In Muldlcbury. Week days only. Part or full time. Good wages. Cull Wtby. -1-2171. Mrs. Munger. J'AKT time ollk-e junitnr. Apply Hox "A" In care of Naugatuck News. For Sale For Je'ti\i SAI.K—- family IIOIDW of 8 ronms. Extr-u large lot located southwest side. Patsy I-iht-ioln, realtor. 172 High St. I'hone Ci-l'jS or OS3-1, JilGH'r rnoin, a-finuily house. All Improvi-monts, In good condition. 2-cur gai-iigc :ind lur-Re lot. Price S5.7CD. Also 12-room 2-family house, garage find extra, build- in?: lot. Price $0,300. A. Sheploy, Tel. 2-133. S/X room, onr-fiimlly ImUMO, rill Improvement.--. Johnson St. Two family house on Scott St. John Jlenly. Tel. 5031. NOTICE A hearing -upon the application oC Gordon Ranslow to conduct 'ix gnrolinc station and Auto Itcpalr gariigc, to be known ns K & N Uepair ;-.n-.l Service, at 13G Rubber Avenue, will bo held in the Borough Clerk's office, room No. 3, Town Hall, lit 11:00 a.- m. on Wednesday, September C, 19-1-1. LJSO J.. EROP.HY, ' Warden. 8-31; 9-1, 2. NOTICE The Republican Electors of the Town of Naugatuck lire hereby notified that there will be caucuses of .talc! Electors on the sixth day of September, 194-1, at eight o'clock P. M. as follows: For the First Ward In the Town Hull Building. For the Second Ward in the J. C. Rnytkwlch. Jr., ottlco, 106 South Main- street. For the Third Ward in the Polish American Club building, !199 Bridge street, For the following purposes: Each Ward to elect seven dele- Kates to the Town Convention to he held at S:30 the. same evening, said convention to elect four dele- Kates 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 be- I'orc such convention CHARLES P. RODENBACH, Chairman. Republican Town Committee OC Naugatuck. PATER HANGING uml W, F.'. ,Cota, 17 Ccdur Street, Tel. 543!i! " G—PIAL 1200 .i. KUDZMA NEW HAVEN KOAD Merchandise Feud Anil Fuel OKDEK Now—For limited supply of seasoned wood, for stove, fireplace and furnace. Also field stones, sa'ri'd, ' gravel', one coal range, one gas range, one water heater,, also cedar tcivcc antl clothesline points, aTid' n'um'ovous other items. -.Light trucking and moving. Dial 2302 a'fter" 4 p. m. G. Sallnardl, 03S t So, Main street. Machinery, Electric LATHES — Several usod Atliiit— South Bend and Logan. Also drill Presses. Table and Band saws, wood turning lathes and other machine tools. Lincoln Stores, 61 W. Main slrcet,, Wa- tcrbury. Phone L-0177. Mr. Andrews. LADIES' & GENTLEMEN'S SUIT Tailor made, $28.75. New Fall an Winter Styles. .JOHN MAGONE 397 N. Main 'S SIZE T'l. l>oy'« suit' Worn' ONL TWICE. Blue tweed doubl breasted. Call 2109! ...' . COMPLETE Iioiri'O bought for cash. Highest price paid for electric .refrigerators washers, and' stovca, regardles of condition. " • . Francis Furniture Co. 449 NORTH MAIN Telephone 3000 AMERICA-NT' Walnut cllnlnjc bible 6 chair. Also 2 'trunks. Phone 3102 28 Household Articles BLACK kitchen range for H Call after 6 p, m. 22 Carroll St. 2nd floor. 2!) \Viiiited' To Buy. San* Francisco is the second' largest port of entry in the U. S. r A S H r ° r v ° ur INSTRUMENTS. Mecca Music Co. 203 Barilt. 4'-1422 W \ N 'P I' 1 H • BOY'S PR-E-WAR. U * S -^- L . TRICYCLE Dial .Waterbury 3-2550 NOTICE The Republican Probate Convention for the District of Naugatuck and Beacon Falls will be held in the Town Hall Building in Beacon Fails, on Sept. 9, 10-1-1. at S o'clock P. M., '.'or the purpose of -nominating ft 1 candidate for the ofllce of Judge of Probate, and the transaction of. such other business as may properly come before said convention. ANTHONY TANCREDI, Chairman, Republican Probate Convention. 11 Lo.st And Found iniCNTIl-'lCATIOX bracelet lost. Mnrlcecl "Marcia Goodwin." Fir.d- er please call Naugatuck 35 ; 10 or return to 53 Xottlcton avenue and receive reward. .«[) LOST In vicinity of Tuttlc house. Finder call Waterbudy 3-0217. 12 DuslnesH Announcements R KOOM Jlou>o for sulr. I5<.-M- drncc of late George C. Hum, .ISO Cliff street. All modern Improvements. Apply Trust Dcpt., NauKatuck National Bank. I MONUMENTS Special prices on All Memorials IV. RICHARDS 200 So. Main St Naugatuck TIIHKI-; family house and two-ear gnrnge on Hill street; annual income from rents, 51,032. Sale price ?7,800. Sec Joseph V. Rosko. .'i Union St. Tel. -1923 or 29, r >2. Wanlod To Uuy C.NK, Two and tlirt-u family house's wanted. Also farms and lots. Tel. T.031. WT, IIAVK IIUVEKS l«r 1-1 fniiiily houses. Jos. V. Fwosko, Union St. Tel. •1528-2002. Wanted To JJent AMKKICAN couple, no children. desire -I i-jom i-cnt. Apply bos "B," Can; of The News. Automotive 1-1 Autos For Sale l!>;)7 UUICK SPECIAL—Convertible Coupe, efiuippcd with radio and hc;iter. Needs now top, otherwise In very good condition. If interested phono Waterbury '1-3017 "A safe place to buy and sell" 10-10 PACKARD SUPER S SEDAN I ';u'k;u'< l-AVat.C'rbu ry. Inc. •132 Water-town Avenue bia'. -1-6109 1939 Ford deluxe -I door. Radio and heater. Excellent tires. J1OTCIIKISS STREET GAKAGE Auto .Parts IIOI'SK for rent on Gorxlyi.'iir live- run;. Cull '1212 'on or after Tuesday. JtoimiH To Jtent T'.VO riKiins for rent, (iirls or fonplc (mly. .120 City Hill St. Cull fiftcr 2 p. m, As nf September 30, 19-13, n total or 2s.lril.01, 1 ! men were registered I" the (J. S. un«lf»r provisions of the service system. • — PLYMOUTH AUTHOKTZl-ID Sales Service Parts, Accessories Malcolm AVY Stun. 1 Corp. •ISS Watirtown Ave. Dial D-11'16 Five U S. cities h;ive populations of more than one million, according tn the 39-10 census. They .'ire New York. Chicago. Philndclphiu. Detroit and Los Angeles. OFFICE OF 1'RTCIJ: ADMINISTRATION Uopnrtmcnt of Information . .' RATION NEWS For Week of August 27-S«-'I>t«ml)or 2. MK.-VTS * FATS GOOD INDEFINITELY —Keel stamps AS through ZS and A5 to D5 in Book Four worth 10 points each. Ked tokens, worth one point each, used ns change. Householders arc reminded that red' stamps now become valid every four weeks In- stcnd of every 2 weeks. Thus the number of points is reduced to 15 for every 2 weeks instead of 30. . _SKT> F0011S GOOD INDEFINITELY — Blue Stnmps AS through ZS and A5 t-o F5 in Book Four, worth 10 points each. Blue tokens worth one point each, used as change. Blue Stamps G. r ). HO, JO, KG and Lf> become good for 10 points on Sept. 1 and remain good indellnitely. SUGAR GOOD INDEFINITELY- Stamps'30. 31 and 31 in Book each good for five pounds. Stamp 33 in Book Four be j;ood for live pounds on Sept 1 and remains good inclofl Stamps 30. 31 and 3'- in Book good for live pounds for, home can ning tlirough Feb. 28, 19-l.V Consumers may be granted up to 20 pounds per person • for home can- ninK by making application 'on Form R-322 at local OPA Boards. New England is.now in the second period for such allotments (August 1 through'October 3D." ' SHOES GOOD INDEFINITELY '— Airplane Stamps No. 1 and No. -' in War Book Thrce'good for 0:10 pair of shoes' each. GASOLINE NOVEMBER S— Last day for A-ll coupons good for three gallons. B3, B-l, C3 and C-l coupons good for live gallons each. •Sugar- Four.' Sugar icorncs .omber initcly. Four. . . SEPTEMBER 30 — Last day for period" four- and period five coupons. All coupons worih 10 gallon's n unit. Now 19-H-15 fuel oil coupons will become good for; If) gallons upon their receipt by the consumer from local OPA Boards, On The Air Today 1:00 p. in. \VTIC-Ncws: Market WEAF—Toby Tyler \VOK-— Eillic Rogers Orch. WABC—Grand Central Station I" PRIVATE BUCK ' "Buck's a bit upset! Th« cannibal natives around her* have nick-named him 'hors d'oeuvres'l" 1:15 p. in. WTIC—Market Report \VATR—Transatlantic Quiz 1:30 ji. in. WAEC—Counlry Journal WTIC—Indiana Indigo WJZ—Swing Shift Frolic WEAF—Carolyn" Gilbert WATR-WO R—Lopez Orch. PMfl p. in. WATR—Cam i val WTIC-WEAF-WATR—News 2:(IO p. ni. WOR—Mclnlirc Orch. WATR—Red Sox vs. A's. WJZ—News; Women in Blue WTIC-WEAF—Musicnna WABC^Men and BookK;' Science a:80 p. in. WOn—News; Cy Wallers WABC—Calling Pan-America WJZ—Sox You! WTIC-WEAF—Sport Stories 3:00 p. ill, WOR—This is Halloran WJZ—News; 21 Stars WEAF-WTIC—Minstrel Melodies WABC—Victory F. O. B. WEAF—Yanlc Anniversary •J;:m p. in. WOR—Bob Strong Orch. WTIC-WEAF—Music on Displny WJZ—Jazz Concert WABC—Visiting Hour 4:00 p. in. WOR—Show Shop -WJZ—News; Heidt Orch. WEAF-WTIC—News WATR—Afternoon Revue •J:15' p. m. WEAF—Barbara and Boys • 4: HO p. in. WAEC—Tpd Husing; Nc.ws WEAF-WOR—Saratoga Races 4:45 p. ni ! . WEAF—Rhylhm' Workshop ' WOR—Airlanc Trio 5:00 p. m. •WTIC-WEAF—Your America WJZ— : Ncws;' Corrcert Orch. WOR—Uncle Don WATR—Concert WABC—Corliss -Archer 5:15 p. in. WOR—Rollini Orch. 5:.'tO p. m. 'WEAF—D'Arcy Quartet WABC—Mother and Dad WOR-^-Gl'ider Hunt WTIC—Caesar Searchsingor 0:00 p. m. ALL Stations—News G:15 p. m. WEAF—Hollywood Thontor WATR-WJZ—Sports . WOR—Nowsrecl; Entre Nous WABC—Peoples' Pla'tform WTIC—History in Headlines '- G:M p.- hi.' WOR^Nows; Stan Lomnx WTIC—Stri'cll'y Sports WJZ—Green .Hornet WATR—Sports; Hits and Bits 6:45 p. m. WEAF—Art of Living WTIC—London Column 7:00 p. in. WABC—It's Maritime -WTIC-WEAF—They Call Me Joe WOR—Guess Who 7:15 p. rn. WJZ-WATR-WEAF—News 7:30 p, m. WABC—Mrs. Miniver WATR—Sez You WEAF-WTIC—Ellcry Queen WOR—Arthur Hale WJZ—R. C. A. Show 7:45 p. m. WOR—'Answer Man 8:00 p. m. - ' WARC—Kenny Baker Show WEAF-WTJC—Abie's Irish Rose WATR-WJSS—American Dance Music WOR—News 8:15 p. ni'. -•' WOR—For Remembrance WJZ—To be announced WEAF-WTIC—Playhouse 8:30 ji. in.' WOR—Cisco Kid WABC—Inner Sanctum WATR—Music Fcstivn! WTJC-WEAF—Men at Sea WJZ—Josef Stopak Orch. ' !):00 p. ni. WABC—Hit Parade WOR—Talk; Festival WTIC-WEAF—Barn Dance !):15 p. m'. WOR—Theater of Air J WABC—School of the Air !):.'iO p. in. WATR-WJZ—Spotlight Band WEAF-WTIC—Can You Top'This? 11:45 p. mi WABC-—Saturday Serenade • WJZ—Dance OrcH,; Quick Quiz 10:00 p. m. WEAF-WTIC—Wood-Kelly Show WOR—News WATR-WJZ—Lombardo Orch. 10:15 p. ni. WATR—Belgian Music WABC—Correction Please WOR—Shady Valley Danco 10:30 p. m. WATR-WJZ—Army Service Forces WTIC-WEAF—Grand Olc Opry ' 10:45 p; nt.. WABC—Talks WOR—Bob Strong Orch, HjOO p. m. • ' '_ ALL Stations—News . ". 11:15 p. m. WATR—George Stcfney Orch. WTIC-WEAF—News' . ;' ' . ' WABC—Shep Fields Orch.'"'" : WJZ—Dramatic Skelch WOR—News; Weather ' ; <: 11:30 p. m. WJZ—Hoosior Hop ' : WATR-WOR—Strong, Lopcx Or- ; chestras .'.''. • : WTIC—Sustain the'Wings' •• -; WABC—Dean Hudson Orch. ', : 12:00 Midnl'glit- ;'\ . : WEAF—News; Prize Play- '• WJZ—News; Fields Orch, BANK 1 Hiifo' tfcjioslt boxes wuntcd. Highest cash prices paid. Wire collect,- write or phone what you .have;.to.offer. J,!'E. .Muvphey, Kc- public (108-J, 81ff Yc'atman Avc., Webster Groves. 19, M6- UABY auto Iwu.s, SS.'M; Ir.tdy auto scats.-also l--n;gc, selection of. toys. THE RADJ.O SHOP 180 Grand St. Watortoury jf>Ur,r,]EXS and Miiscliovy for salo. Mrs. Kenishcu.,, Pond Hill. 301) DIA^TONUS And Old-'Gblcl Houglit. Watch repairing our .specialty. ' . '•'- • GKANt) 'JEWELRY 112 Grand Street Eial 0-0082 TRFCYCLK wauled' to' buy. .VNauga'tuck 3003.' , • ' Dial 2'flu Articles For Sale ••UKATIT TO -Jt'OACH'ISS" will i id your h'om'o ot roaches and' unts, or money retund'qd. ,fl'.2D. Adams Pharmacy or Union City Pharmacy. Miscellaneous — Youth Bods,' Carriages, 1 high .chairs. Play. Pens, buthi- ncttcs, largo selection of toys "Lowest prices'in town.. BEACON KIDDIE CENTRE , " : '73 GRANrJ.vST::wtby. JOHN'S MUSIC SIIOV Wo buy, sell, ox-change, and rcpi»lr all kind's of instruments. Low-' , cst prices in the city. 380-382 So. Main St., Watby, Conn. Education 3.1 Local And Private Instructor* D1NA SCHOOL OF MUSIC STUDIOS—WATBY. 4-M2S 553 South Main— 11 Wilsoii Street Piano — Voice — Mandolin Children, Adults, Advanced, Bc-gi'n- ncrs; Rapid Piano Course for Adults Instructions l.l-:.-\RN Sc-iiMitific Massaifi!, good field. Masseurs needed. Evening c^issec. Write for free booklet. CoJ.Jejrc M a. s s a g o, 77 -Plaxa, -Bridgcpoj'l.. Services I'rofcKhJonuf Scrvlcex ING and slip covci's. Amazingly low prices; Allen's Upholalerlng ; -S"tudio/ M.-istorci-uft Artists, 3 Grand St. Waterbury. Dial -1-00-J5 RKD top Inmilatlnir wool. All t>-pe». Installed if desired. T. J. Mon- tambault, MO No. Main St. Union City. Tel. 2fi83. CUSTOM REUI'l-IOtSTEUING — Special 2-picce Suite 559 GRIFFIN UPHOLSTERING CO. Naugatuck ' ' 4COO WAR BONDS IS VOUK PIANO In Mp-top nhmpf> for your coming fall and winter pleasure? Call Mcl.ro Music Marl. 88 Church St., for expert service. Dial 5287. ., 3!» Wanted To KcnCcr Service* ; ELECTRICAL Jtcp»lrlnff Servlc* Appliances «. specialty. Raj Decker, 402 N. Main St. Tel. 4000, OIL BURNERS da-mod and repaired. All work-guaranteed. Tel. 3025. Harry Churchill. ATTENTION: Order* lalccn tor new BIcctrolux cleaners. Al'so parts and , repairs. I. Ninsen. Bonded repairman. 3 Teresa Avc. Dial -1822. Cleaning And Dyelnff KIEVMAN'S Waugaluck's Great Dry Cleaning Firm, offers its first class dry cleaning not only In family gar- moms, but blankets, rugs a-nu other specialties in Iliis field. . KIEVMAN'S 7C Church Street Bt?Z SAWYER By ROV CRANK DANK YOU, MYNMKR. NOV*~ YOO WIlT PLEA*'TO OSLIGK *V TAKINS SIX STt** BACKWARD. AMD RA1SIN6TME HANDt. PIEASE, MYNHEER. If YOU CON TEMPLATE REFUSING TO PI AC* GROUND YOUR GUN AND SWORD. I WOULD NOT ADVISE. THREE RIFIES. ARE POINTED At YOU, MEESTER SAWYER. YOU HAFT JUST COME FROM •' BRIGHT SUNLIGHT—YOUR EYES ARE NOT YET ACCUSTOMED- TO DARKNESS. . DID YA SEETHE LOOlCf FACES \ME.'U_ GETALOrJS VMlTH-1 | C5ONMA MISS M TO PICK. UP SAM, AND SECRET-AGENT X9 A&O PICK OUT A SAFE NAZI' 8'.KTMPL«E K>R VOL 1 , A RANK IN TKElR /RAW /(ND — CORRlSAN , FOR Tr4E NEXT WEEK I >. VOU TO CRAM OH ALL THINGS 1 ! WE'U Give YOU A BRU5H-UP / COUR&E INSERMAN.,,. J. BAUNEV GOOGLE AXU SXUFFV SSHTH IAUNT LOVK)\2\E.U t W\VSTOFtR GOOGLE DOUJN . INTrtE VADLLGR'BOUT IHOUR fiGO PftRROlN' !UNU By BU-LY DE BECK ^^ WHERE TU' Y&N=- VJJE-UNS GOT TO KE.TCW \OJ\T. «l IS TtAftT \^^Z SftlLOR SUIT ftUUT\£ , ftFORE WE GITS o- MINE \\'.7j^=/?;m + (Y\\STOOK. SNUFFV At^ 1 TARRED AN 1 F£C\TU£RED By \VIT.r,IAM RITT and CtARENCE GRAf BRICK BRADFORD -AND.A LONG LEAP TAKES A LONG CHANCE By WAIXY BISHOP MUGGS AND SKEETER •'-—•&£ MINE AN(P PCKMIT ME My APOEATION ON YOU' SUNCWV. AT l-AST B1LU - - IT WAS BEAUTIFUL THS WAV HE SPOKE--'1 CAN' LIVE WITHOUT SOU--A FLAME OF LOV/E BURNS " SATUEPAV. .BILL TOOK ME TO THE" ST-RAWBEEHV FESTIVAL -TO- IN HIS BU66Y. WE HELP....' HANPS MUST HAVE BEEN THE . NEW-MOON THAT MAPE ME SO „ ^ ^ , VA/l/-Wtrr3_ _ - •» I LOOK .WHAT. I FOLJNP, MUSG&/ THE PIAEV . GBANPMA KEPT WHEN - SRANPPA WAS COURTIN' HEB. FORTY YEARS •-1 ACCERTEP HIM WHAT SIRL. WOU1-P N'T HE'£ SO .HANP SOME KNOW.VWO 6ONMA 'GET SOME HINT* FPOM BEFORE I PROPOS6.' 6OLLY/ LET'S SEE IT/ L-»t- i_UVt C>LJfMN^ ) WITHIN ME'---",/ r STOP IT, ML'GSS. --I'M BUJSHIMS/. IT SETS INTERESTING

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