Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on September 6, 1944 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, September 6, 1944
Page 7
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WEDNBBDAY, SEPTEMBER 6. 1944 NAUGATUOK DAILY NEWS Page Seven War Bond Money Can Be Had Easily By 5ellingf Used Articles through News Want Ads LOOK WHAT YOU GKT FOR Cl 1'lu assified Will l^rin hVsulls un lit- NV\vs Ad ny You Call 2228 TODAY! i i Announcements lM»t And Found IDENTIFICATION Imic.-lct lost. Murltcc! "Mai-cm Goodwin," li'iml- or cull NuuKUUicIt 30-10. or return to 53 Ts'ettleton uvenue :uul receive reward, DOJ,' lost. Small, black, .shabby, ;in- -Mwern to "Butch." N'eur St. Frun- cij' church. Tel. -1910. in I'urts WIIITi: gold Cruen wrist, wuteli with chromium bund, kist in Beu- ccn Fulls. Pleusu cull SS2U, Bca- con Fulls. — riA'MOUTH AUTLIQBTZP]!) S.ilux Service Paris, Accessories M;ilc»lm "\V. Slarr Corp. j •ISS Wutorlown Avo. Dial 5-11-10 Contractors 12 Employment Help yOI'M; Iliirli School K ruil uu ti< wunti-il for interi'sitlnjf work in locul uffiot'. Di>!'inIn. 1 future, ilusl luivr tyi>l"K i'X|>i'rU'im<'. G o o d MiiTiuindiiiK* and clean atmos- plu'i'i 1 . Address b'ox ".V.-O." cure of thr NiuiKutuck News. IV'O.M.AN wanted for jfKiicriil hiMW- wurlt iirul to cure Cor child, Live In. Own room. ISxcellent wn>;eM. 'Mi-phone 513!> before ti p. m. daily. \VOM.A.V fur ifi-iirriil iHiii.vH-ork In Mldilli'bury. \VVek days only I'urt "i 1 full time. Good Cull Wtby. -t-'JlTl. Mrs. AiiiimiriR<.-mcnt* MONUMENTS Special prices on All Memorial! iv. RICHARDS zeo ao. Main st. Naugatuek Automotive M Autos Salo 23 JMliillilK J'AI'EH HANGING mill Pi W. F. Cotu, 17 Cedar Tel. • 5.151. kiittuif, Street ADOLF ,1. KUDZMA JVKW I1AVKN IIO.-VU Merchandise r,ATIIKS —Several used Atlut SouLh Bend ' and Logan, Also drill Presses'. Table and Bund saws, wood turninR lathes and o t h e r machine tools. Lincoln Stores, 01 W. Main street., Wu- terbury. Phone ff-0177-i-; Mr. Andrews, . ! Household Articles COMPLETE home furnixhlii h 'N bought for cash. Hiffh'pBJ. .'prices paid for electric 'refrigerators, washers, and stuvesf^re'k'ardless of condition. '>i'i-''V ''"' HANK >ufo itclVoNit boxes- wiinled. Highest cash prices paid. Wire collect, write or phono what you have to offer. J, E. Murphey, Republic 60S-),' 815. Yeatirwn. Avc., Webster : Grove8>10, Mo. ,]"•, •• ' DIAMONDS And Old Gold U.,uj;tit. Watcli' repairing our specialty, • GRAND JEWELRY .1X2 Grand Struct Dial 0-OC82 KILL KKimuGS and (.licit- o;f(~: With Special Tnsccli'cidc. 75 cents quart bottle. Adams I-'Jiarm.-jc.v .10 MfscefT.-i neoliN TKICVCRIi wanted 'Mia. to buy. Dlid f>::7 ISUlCK srlCCIAI,—Convi»rtil»« Coupe, equipped with radio and hunter. Needs new top. in very >;ood condition. If Interested phone Wiuorbury -1-8017. Feed And Fuel I'AHT I'M" BuX "A" • ullli-i- in euro juiillur. ot' A|>(ily For Sale House* .For Sule KIGHT rixiiii, --fumily luuisi'. All impruvi'iui'Ht.i, in ),'ood condition. 2-au >:u!'aK>' ""<' liiW' l"t. Pl'lcu $:,,7U'). Also 1'J-room 2-fumlly house, traruK't' uiul extra litilkl- Inx lot. Prici' $0,300. A. Shepley. "A sjifu place to buy and sell" J9-IO PACKARD SUPER 8 SEDAN •IS2 Water-town Avenue Dial -I-G109' OJtJ>.l'Ji: Now—For liitiitcil supply of seasoned wood, for stove, I'ire- plare and furnncc. Also field stones, sand, gravel, one coal ranges, one jfas rangre, one water heater, also ccclar fcivco and eloitiosline polntK. and numovous other items. Lignt trucUin.[{ and moving. Dial 2302 after -I "p. m. G. Saliimrdi, 53^ So. ilain strent. ' Fr.'tiicii.s Funirtu-r'G'C<D. 4-i9 NORTH .MAIN: Telephone 3000 I- SSu & GENTI.,EM'EN'S'SUITS Tailor made, $38.713. New'Fall and Winter Styles. ! ' .1OI-1N MAGONE 397 -N. Main St, C A S H f°i r -^our MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Mecca Music Co. 203 Bank -J-1J22 WAA'TIOD: BOY'S PRE-WAtt TRICYCLE Dial Walcrbury 2-2550 HA BY mi to |jc<K .W t !W;. haliy anlo .seats, Mystis talking bonrds, 5J.7D up. Also largo selection of toys. TOE RADIO SHOP 180 Grand St. Watorbury j . i CHILDJtKN'S—T-.iliIe .t Chair Sets, J-lJK'.'i Chairs, Rocldinc Cliaire, Easincl.les and Play. Pens. Larjfo .selection of toys. Lowest prices in town. HACON KJD3DJE CENTER 73 GRAND ST. Wtby. DJNA SCHOOL Oi<" MtJSIC . STUDIOS—WATBY. 4*M2& Ztt Soutll Main—31 Wilson Street Piano — Voice — Mandolin Children, Adults. Advanced, Beg'ln- nnrs. Rapid Piano Course for Adults Services I'rofcsslonar Gl'tK'JSX, cream, cnmbiiuil io.-i nil, . gas range with Florence burner; hot water coil. Reasonable. Tel. 2157. ' . J!la " Articles For S"l« EI.ECTKIC Ki'l'rigi-rator fur sale. Reasonable,' Inquire 100 Oak St. JOHN'S MUSIC SHOP e buy, sell, oxchiuigu, and repair all kinds of. instruments. f>ow- cst pi-lues in the city. :iSO-232 So. Main St., Walby, Conn. UPRIGHT PIANO CALL 287-1. KXCKM.ICN'T JNG anrl .slip covers. low prices. Allen's Uj3hol.<lorin{» Studio. MaatO'ci'oft Arl!st.i. Grand St. W.-ucrbury. Di.i! JtKn tn;> Insulating wool. All (,vi»r«. Jn.stalled if desired. T. J. Mon- tambaiilt, SSO No. Main St. Union City. Tel. 2G83. CUSTOM RICIJPHOr.STEK.r.VG — Special 2-pioce Suite $39 GRIFFIN UPHOLSTERING CO. Naufjatnok 4G90 Florida. NV\\- Mexico, California, Nevada und Idaho Jed the .statos in population increases in the period from 1030 lo 10-10. IS YOUK j'JA.VO In tip-top for your coniinj? fall and wlnte 1 * jj)c;lsuje? C:ill Metro Music Mnri., HR Church St., for expert service. Di.a! r>2&7. 39 W;inl«l To Tir. Si>rvlce» KI.liCTItlCAL .InpaJrliic S«rvic« Appliances n. spec'ialty. Ray Becker, -102 N. Main St, Tel. 400C. OH, liUJt.NTJllS ol,-an.-<l and repaired, All work nuar-intccd. Tel. 3025. Harry ChurcJiilJ; ATTJiNTIONJ OrJ.-r* taken for ncv.- Eleclrolux cleaners. Also pjj.i'US and repairs. J.. Ninsf-n. Bonded repairman. 3 Teresa uve. Dial -)822. 40 Cleaning And I>y<-lnit KIKVMAX'S Dry Cleaning irm, offers its first class dry cleaning not only in family 'sar- •nents, but blankeLs, nigs olli- spcc'olties in this field. KTEVMAN'S. 7G Church Strci-t WAR BONDS -O Ti.-l. 2-I3P.. SIX riioin, oiii'-fitinU.v house, ull iriipriivomonU', Johnson St. Two liiniily house on Seott St, John lli-wly, Tel. 0031. ^X A home and invt'.stnu-nt. Thri'i 1 funiily, 1-1-room house. Hot. water hfu; [wo floors, 3-ear j;arft(ic, faily occupancy on second floor. CVntrully locatcxl. Yearly income $13W). i'rice S13.500. 0-yoars nioci-, 2-fumlly house.SlS.OOO Also 12-room. 2-1'umily house, CBntnilly located, $5,500. Putsy Uibriola. reultor. 172 Hif,'h St. 1'hont: 1 3-1S8 or 583-1. I World War | A Year Ago I September 6,1943 t>—-~——— . — . —^~,— „ —- _- . (Uy United Press) American parachute troops drop from New Guinea .ikies behind the Jur-unes.; and complete encirclement of 20,000 enemy troojw in the Saluiriaua-Tjae area; at same time, houvy sqiuulrnn of medium bombers drop 90 tons ot' 1,000 pound bombs and demolish the main Japanese fortified bastion at Heath's Plantation. U. S. planes fly COO miles into southwest Germany to bomb Stutt- trart. In southern Italy, Allied troops pUbh toward San Slefano, northeast of Rujjtrio Calabria. Russian troops capture nearly 300 additional villages and advance to just a few miles from Stalino in the Donets Bnsin: to ihe north, other Soviet units seine Konutop. U. S. and British planes sink 7 U-boats in the Bay of Biscay. Home Made Flag 1 Welcomes Yanks g » "~*w —• ^- - - *- SlX-niiiin house unit curlier, jnHt Ilnishrd on Nixon avenue. Open .'o,' inspection. Tel. 3521. TflltKK fumily hou-.e nrul two-car KiiruRu on Hill street; annual income from runts, $1.032. Sale price S7.SIOO. Sue Joseph V. Rosier), 3 Union St. Tel. -192S or 2932. Death Rate In Connecticut Is Showing Increase Su \Vuntod To Uuy ONK. Two and three family houvn wanted. Alao farms and Jots, Tel. 5031. U : K HAVi; Hl/VI'JKS ~r 1-^3 family houses. Jos. V. Roslso, Union St. Tel, -1923-2952. Wanted To Kent AMKKICAN couple, no elilldn-n, desire -I room rent. Apply box "H." Care of The -N'ews. HOL'SK for rent on Goodyear nve- nii>-. Cull '1212 on or after Tuesday. Announcements And I'otind i LOST—Hunk IJimk No. .1*1370 on Niuitfiituck Saving's Bank has U>i-n lOMt. Any person having claims of said book is called upon ;o present the same to the t'tLnk wiihin Uvo months or the »unu- book will h« declared cancelled and extinguished, and a of. Dated at Naugatuck, Conn., .S.-fit, <;, 19-I-I. Sept. P, l'J-1'1; Oct. -I, 19-1-1 The t'enei-ni death r.ito in Connecticut increased, according lo !he State Department; of Health, to 11.2 in !19-I3. While ihis is the highest rate to appear in the last five years, it does not mean that 30-13 was tin unhealthy year. For one thinfr, the estimaled population of 1,"12,502 based on the in- creiise in population between 1930 and 19-tO censuses is undoubtedly underestimated which will account in part for the increase. The hiprh- osit estimate for Ihc state's population in 19-13 was 1,779,S5'1 made by the United States Bureau of the Census. .In either case, the state's population in 19-13 was greater than in 1942, and Ihc war workers coming to Connecticut were largely older than those residents induct- j ed into the armed services. Thus i tens of thousands of persons :'n older ago groups, who have a higher mortality, replaced those inducted. This would account for. some of Ihc increase In the death rate. It «•:«.«! Ilir nearest; thing- to tlio (iiiulil 1 fashion In a hurry, hut tin- liciirl-wariniiigl.v from a window Vunks niiiruhi-il into Furge-lMiilliH!, IJelgium. This pietun-s of Vuuk flug of tin; USA that this Jielgian roil and white striped luwel waved br.sidc tin- Ui:l K hui flag whi-n the one of the first u-clcniiii- in Belgium, (Intiirnatiniial Suuiul|)hu(o) national) Corps Uadiophoto "GREENWICH VILLAGE" DRAWS CROWDS TO STRAND Avcraffc population per occupied dwelling- unit in urban areas oC the L." S. In 19-10 was smaller than in rural rtrous—3.G persons us compared with -1.0 persons. PRIVATE BUCK '* the silliest war casualty I'vv had to attend y«V That elusive 'tune you've been sing-ing or humming, perhaps for years, there may be a fortune in it! Thorc was in Johnny Schonberj,'.- cr's. It's still paying off after more than 20 years of hit-tune performance Johnny SchonberjLrer carried his tune around like that for so many years he can't remember just when lie started liummiiifr it He took up the violin, however, and be^-an making money with that instrument in and about Los Angeles. And one day fellow bandsmen heard Johnny fiddling the tune he'd been humming all these years They began improvising (this svas in the hoy-day of jazz) and what resulted they thought the customers would like. They were, to put it mildly, right. Today we know that spontaneous hit tune a.s "Whispering." One of the all-time wonders of music business, it has sold over three and one half million copies and has been the top favorite of every name band for twenty years. Countless lovers have wooed to its strains— .still do—and it has a potent effect on every or.e 30 years old or over. Now, after 23 years of popularity without parallel, "Whispering" just attained another milestone. It has become the theme song 'of one of Hollywood's most lavish musical productions. And that production Is "Greenwich Village," filmed in gorgeous Technicolor and now the attraction at the Strand, It stars Carmen Miranda, Don Ameche, William Bendix and starts to stardom that charming miss. Vivian Blanc, "The Cherry Blonde." In the picture "Whispering" is used many times. It is given a symphonic arrangement ,it ar, unusual three-piece rendition by as many concert artists. "Whispering" is destined to remain in the hit-tune status for another 20 years! The companion feature on the j present Strand bill is "Three Little SisUjrs," featuring Ruth Terry and Mary Lee. "SEVENTH CROSS'"IS GREATEST FILM IN TRACY'S CAREER A groat star, in a great , hased on a great novel! That's the new Spencer Trac> film, "The Seventh Cross." adapted from Anna Seghcrs 1 celebrated book and brought to the Louw Poll theater by Metro-Galdwyn-Mayor to a thrilled audience. "The Seventh Cross," story of j seven who escaped n Nnzi conccn- traiion camp, and particularly of George Huisler (p'.ayed by- Mr.' Tracy), is one of the most- dramatic offerings in many, many months. Directed with acumen am understanding by Fred • Zinncr- mann and produced by Pandro S. German, it features a superb cnst including Signe Hasa.i, Hume Cronyn. Jussica Tandy. Felix Frcs- sni-t and many other outstanding performers. Tracy has surpassed his triumphs in "A Guy Named Joe" und other of his recent hits, and Miss Hasso is not only lovely to look at but turns in an exciting portrayal as Tone, who shelters Heisler from the Na/.is. "The Seventh Cross" tells of the successful of one of seven fugitives from a concentration camp in the fall of 3flSG when, although war had not yet begun, such ' were fast filling with German citixens who rejected the Max.! creed. Goorge Heisler, in the beginning an embittered man, learns the trui: meaning of life nnd humanity as he makes his way slowly, pain- uilly but surely to freedom—and to repay the debt he owes Ihus'u who healed him. The fi:m will keep you : spellbound at all times. It is. one of those rare pictures which at once contribute magnificently to the stature of I he screen and arc com- pletqly entertaining at> the . same time. Be sure to see ' "The Sev- L'nth Cross." The co-hit on his Eig Program is "Goodnight Sweetheart" with Ruth Terry. Substitution of glass containers Jor metal cans "in the paint industry will reduce its consumption nf steel from 73,000 tons to an esti- naled G,700 tons. NAMED DIRECTOR Boston, Sept. 6—-(UP)— A -'former head football coach, at Eoyton 'college has been named director of the physical education doparlmerit in the Boston ach-.iol system. He is Joseph McKenney, formciiiy assistant director of the' same de-' ]jartincnt. ' • •' • ' ' ' HAVEN T YOU BEEN HUNTING FOR THE COBRA, LT. SAWVER 9 WELL, ANGEL. THAT'S CERTAINLY A SURPRISE TOME. YOU, AGIRU'A- IF YOU'RE TMtNKttkl OF GRABBING THAT GUN, SAWYER, I WOULDN'T, ISNT ICAOtD. SULTRY/ BUT WHAT ON EARTH-ARE YOU DOING HERE? IME OUT TILL WE FIND THE ~Z) GlPLS.?' IN THE HOPE/ H AVENTSEENJ LETS CHECK: THE SODA FOUMDRT FIRST. -- BUT WE CANT S?AGE A DANCE WITHOUT 'EM.' -ANDTHEY PROMISED TO CO ME.' VMM AT2E WERE ARE PHOTOGRAPHS OP •me PROMINENT WNCMARKS IN TOWM... /MEMORIZE 5EE TUAT NGMe OF C7WE3 oaiSO.MERS •YOU WILL BE A 6E&/MAN WWO. SPENT PIFTEEK VE**S IN cu RETURNS;} TO THE FATHERLAND AT THE OUTBREAK OP WAR.., WHEN TAKEN PRISONER, YOU WERE A IN ORDNANCE —AN ON TANK eEt>A\ft< '/~ FOR PURPOSES [ OF Qua PLAN, VOy WERE 3OSN IN ?lATZSeRG,A BAKNEY C.OOGI.T-: BIt.r,Y DE BECK FLftPS-OOUM — WIGHT LEFT RUDDER-THROTTLE - OOPS By mMi-FAM KFTT and Cr.AKKXCE GRAt TMESEV WE HAVE THE GUKRD5 SECURE —* WHAT'S NEXT, BRICK? MEANWHILE, THE TYRONE- ROOM BELOW, HATRED FOR DRATDA wuo BETRAYED HIM, AS WELL AS THE PEOPLE OF 6AMAR, .DRIVES MANTU INTO MURDER- OU6 FURY- THE OLD DOUBLE-CROSS! AH.' THE KNIFE UPMYSLEEVE'- BUTHOLD.' I MUST SUBTLE FELLOW ELDERS AND CHIEFS OF SAMAR MAY I, MANTU, HIS OLD FRIEND , FIRST CONGRATULATE THE NEW PROTECTOR.' DO NOT LIKE THIS.' MANTU MUST'kNOW I HAVE BETRAYED HIM. 1 MUGGS AND SKEETEU WALLV BISHOP rAOMEV ALVUAVS KMOWJ MEAMS QOM'T WOM'T

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