Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on September 8, 1944 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, September 8, 1944
Page 7
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1944 NAUOATUOk DAILY NEWS NEWS CLASSIFIED ADS-The Best Investment For The Best Results LOOK WHAT YOU GET FOR 63 A N'au^nluck News Cl.'i.-sit'ied Ail That Will .Briny You .h'osiilts !•' Thoy Can Be l.l.-ul. Call 2228 TODAY! ! ! For Sale For Suit;' EIGHT room. 2-fuinil,v IIOIINC, AI improvements, in fe'oocl condition 2-Ciif {Wage and large lot. Price J5.700. Also 12-room ,2-family house, piriipe nnd extra tmilcl- . <r\K Int. Price $U,300. A. Sheploy. Xcl. 2-133. Personals A RKCO11I) MADE of your voice nt our booths. Mecca Music Co.. 203 Bunk street. Tel. -J-M22 \Vuterbury Employment 2 Help il — Fcnmto WOMAN tviuUt'd for jrenpnil hou.siv - work and to care for child. Live in. Own room. Wages J100.00 TJllllCK fiiniily IIUUNO mid two-car Karnjre on Hill street; annual income from rents, SI,032. Sale price $7,SOO. See Joseph V. Ro.s- ko, 3 Union St. Tel. 492S or 2952. SIX room, onu~fanilly IIOIINC, all Improvements. .Johnson St. Two family house on Scott St, John Healy. Tel. 5031. Slk Wnnlcil To Huy Announcements Notices NOTICE The Selectmen and .Town Clerk of the Town of Beacon Full County of Now Haven, State o Connecticut, will be in session 1 Automotive IS Auto I'nrtn ONE, Two mill thrro family IIUU.MUS wanted. Also farms and lots' •Tel. C031. WE HAVE BUVJCUS for J-2-S family houses. Jos. V. Rosko, 3 Union St. Tel. '1028-2352. month, dnily. Dial 5139 before G p. m. OVNO Hljcli School K r ii <1 ti 11 t o wanted for Interesting: work in office. Definite future, Must have typins experience. Good nuiToundinps and clean utmos- pherc. Address Box "N.-O." care pf the Naufratuck News. Homes For K<jnt for gonrrul hoiiMcwork In Midcllebury. Week clays only. Part or full time. Good wages. Cull V.'tby. 4-2.171. Airs. Munper. I'.AKT time o/Ikro Jnnltnr. Box "A" In care of Nrws, TWO Koom, wooden building for sale, excellent construction,, size 10 feet by 20 feet with windows, floors, doors, etc. Used short time as field officee. Suitable for parade, summer place, etc. Can be moved intact on larpe truck. Reasonable. Apply Field Office at Glcnbrook Apartments, Bridge street. the Town Hall in said Town fo the purpose of examining 1 th qualifications of all who wish t be" admitted aa Electo-:- In soic Town and to .admit tho ELEC TORS' OATH all who shall be found qualified and to examine any APPLICATIONS OF MEM BERS OF THE ARMED FORCES OF THE UNITED STATES foi admission as Electors. These sessions will ho held at the time nnd dates listed below; SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9 19-14 from 9:00 A. M. until 0:00 P. M. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 19-H from 9:00 A. M. until S:00 P. M. ATTEST: RALPH E. UPRIGHT CHRISTIAN HEISS CONLETH E. KIERNAN Selectmen. FRED C. CURTISS Town Clerk. DODGE — PLYMOUTH AUTHORIZED' Sales Service Parts, AccessorR Malcolm W. Stair.Corp. •1SS Watertown Avc. Dial 5-11-1 Contractors 'Fainting'. PATER HANGING nnd Painting W. F. Cota, 17. Cedar Street Tel. 5-J5S. ... 1'AJNXING— ADOLF J. KUDZMA NliVV JIAVKN KO.\JU Merchandise Feed And Fuel 7a Wanted To Rent AMKUrCAN couple, no children, desire -I room rent. Apply box "B," Care of The ivows. Jl Lout And Found OKDEtt Now—For limited supply of seasoned wood, for stove, fireplace and furnace. Also field stones, sand, jyravcl, one coa! range, cnc gas range, oho water licator, also cedar fcn'ce' and clotlic?.;!inc points, and numnvou? other items. Light trucking and moving. Dial 2302 after 4. p. m. G. Sdlir.urdi, 538 So. Main street. inKNTIFICATfON hnicelet lost. Marked "Marcia Goodwin." Find- c'.- please call Naugatuck 3S-10 or return to J3 Nclllcton avenue and receive reward. For Sale For Sale A lirmv and Investment. Three family, 1-l-room house. Hot water heat '-wo floors, 3-car garage, early occupancy on second-floor. Centrally located. Yearly income $1380. Price .513.500. 5-yaars modern 10-room, 2-family house,$12,000 Also 12-room. 2-fnmily house, centrally locntcd, .55.000. Patsy Ldhrioln, realtor. 172 High St! Phone 3-U18 or 3834. WANTED—Room >v::h kilrheiu»tt4> or kitchen privileges or room and meals by single woman. Reply, giving- location and rates, to Box G, in care of The News. Rooms To Kent S>l.\-niom houni* and carafe, just Jlnishcd on Nixon avenue. Open for Inspection. Te'., 3521. I-AKGIC Private Room for rent. Well equipped. Call Grossman, •1922. " '• DOITBLK living- room, larc bedroom, kitchen, bath. Ncwl renovated. Adults. 74 Carroll St WIIIT.K ffold Griiim wrist, watch with chromium band, lost in Beacon Falls. Please call DS26, Beacon Falls. WALLET with Gov't, chock lost, also money and Social Seq. card. Please call at 17 Fair-child St. WE ARE shipping nil .kinds pi hay from Vermont, New York state and Canada. Ask for prices. Reliable Grain and Fuel Co., C Church St. Tel. 3076. Merchandise Merchandise .Wuntecl To Buy BANK Biifo deposit boxer* wanted. Highest cosh prices paid. Wire collect, write or phone what you have to offer. J. E. Murphey, Republic 0084, 815 Ye'atintin 'Ave.. Webster Grovea 19, Mo. S-wir enamel combination kitchen sinli, wanted Mrs, Dom. Triano,' lSO,'.No. Main,., Union .City. Arttctcs For S:ilc KILL MKDBUGS and .their OK with Special Insecticide. 7!j cents quart bottle, Adams Pharmacy. DIAMONDS And Old Gohl Watch repairing 6ur "upec'lalty. ' GRAND JEWELRY 112 Grand Street Dial 0-0082 'Articles For Snle •XECTKIC Hc.'frlporator for mtlc. Reasonable; Inquire JOO Oak St. BABY auto jl«;<]*, $3 t tt8; IwiJj.v auto seals, Mystis talkin'g boards, $1.79 up, Also large selection of toys. THE RADIO SHOP 180 Grand St. Watcrbury SIIICK Supor doll)>lc he:ul Electric Razor, new. $15.00. "Evei-sharn Lifetime pen and pencil set, gold tip, new S12.00. 5-tube R. C A. small table model radio, perfect condition, $25.00. See at J03 Locust street, Union City, after •1 p. m. OIILDIIKIVS—TaWe & Cliair Scls, Hi{rh Chairs, Rocldnff Chairs, Basinetles and Play Pens. J^arjje selection of toys! Lowest prices in town. BEACON KIDDIE CENTER * "~3 GRAND ST. Wtby. Education 31 Local And Private Instructors DINA SCHOOL OF MUSIC STUDIOS—WATBY. 4-1028 553 South Main—11 Wilson Street P;/ino — Voice — Mandolin Children, Adults, Advanced, Beginners. Rapid Piano Course for Adults Services Instruction* Acrobatc ])ANX)E Ta P. Toc Ballroom Private or CIasi> Baton Twirling Regina Leonard, 73 E. Main. 0-001C Services Services Sins Je«r JOH>"S MUSIC SHOP ,\V'e buy, sell, exchange, find rnpulr all kinds of instruments. Low/ est prices in the city. 3SO-3S?. So. M.-un St., Watby, Conn. Average .ape 'of mothers at .'he me of the blr'th' of 'their fi'rs't hild Is 23 years. ... UPRIGHT PIANO CALL 2S7-1. FOB SALE. EXCELLENT ING .and slip covers. Amazingly low prices. Allen's Upholstering Studio. Mastcrcraft Arlisis. 1 Grand St. Watcrbury. IlED tnp IriKiiI.iting wool. All lypi-R. Installed if desired. T. J. Mon- lambauH, 530 No. Main St. Union City. Tel. 2683. CUSTOM REOPHOLSTERING — Special 2-piece Suite $59 — •— I GRIFFIN UPHOLSTERING CO. BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS Naugatuck 4690 37 BiiKlnewi Service* Rendered PAUL'S CMBREK.U SHOP UMBRELLAS and ' liiOTW! and repaired at 4 Erobk St., W«- Icrbury. Wanted To Renter ELECTltlCAL RepuJrlnjc Servloi Applianccfl a specially. Ray Becker, 402 N. Main St. Tel. 4000. OIL BUHNERS cleaned and repaired, AJ1 work guaranteed. Tel. -3025, Harry Churchill. ATTENTION: or«cr* token for new Elcctrolux cleaners. Also parts and repairs. I. Ninseri. Bonded repairman. 3 Teresa avc. Dial 4822; 40 Cleaning And Dyeing KIEVMA>-S Great Dry Cleaning Firm, offers its first class dry cleaning- not only in family garments, bu!, blankets, rugs and oin- cr specialties in this field. KIEVMAN'S ; 76 Church Strtet 20 Machinery, Electric 12 Business Announcements AIO.\U9I£XTS Special prices on All Memorials »V. RICHARDS 2GO So. Main St. Naupatuck Automotive THREE Kooms to rent. Sultahl for a couple. Dial 3342, production in 19-12 was 60' million dozen more than in an; previous year. If Boys and Girls.., Education Is A Priceless Possession GO TO SCHOOL It doesn't pay to "hurry" life. .It m$y seem pleasant if you have a job, to be working like older folks—to have money, to feel you're on your own. There's time enough later, for the responsibilities of adulthood. The most important responsibility you can assume now—the most important to you— and your community—is completing your education. Philip Murray, President of the CIO, says our .boys and girls arc the nation's most valuable asset. • .He has sent the following message to every official, big .nnd little, in the CIO: Dear Friend : Our nation is rich in tfoid and silver, in coal, iron and all the resources, men are prone to count when they measure a nation'* wealth. But the products of mine, factory and farm are not our most valuable asset. Our boys and girls arc the foundation upon whic-h we build our hopes for a better.tomorrow. They are the true measure of our nation's strength. The well-being: of th,esc bpys and girls must not be neglected, nor the demands of today's emergency be permitted to rob tomorrow's need. We want no "lost' 1 generation when this war cuds. Rather, we will need a gen- oration of healthy, well-educated youth, believing in democracy as their way of life. To protect the future, we must see that our boys and girls carry on with their education now. So won't you. in whatever capacity you speak, write or act for the CIO, encourage the boys'and girls in your community to return to school when school opens, to attend regularly, and to study hard? v Sincerely yours, PHILIP MURRAY, President. This .Advertisement Is Sponsored By the GREATER WATERBURY INDUSTRIAL UNION COUNCIL — CIO — 11 Autos For Sale "A safe place to buy and .sell" 1EMO PACKARD SUPER 8 SEDAN I'ac.k.'krd-Waierbury, Inc. •1S2 Watertov.-n Avenue Dial -1-G1C9 LATHES —Several il.sod Atliis— South Bend and Loyan. Also drill Presses. Tablu and Band saws, wood turning lathes and other machine tools. Lincoln Stores, 61 \V. Main slreet., Wa- tcrbury. Phono ,7-0177. Mr. Andrews. 28 Household Articles COMPLETE li o in c furnishings bought for cash. Hig-hest prices paid for electric refrigerators, washers, and stoves, regardless oC conditior.. For the past 1-1 years Texas has ranked first in the lotal value of it^ agricultural crops. Francis Furniture Co. 4-19 NORTH MAIN STRKET Telephone 3000 ii • Clothing LADIES' & GENTLEMEN'S SUITS Tailor made, S23.7S. New Fa',1 and Winter Styles. JOHN MAGONE 397. N. Main St Frank Clark, Seed Merchant In Orange, Dies Sen. Taft Doesn't Think The War Debt Will Ever Be Paid New H.Mven. Sept. S— CUP)— A widely Unown seed merchant — Frank Clark Woodruff of Oi-ungc —is rfenct at tho a^t; of 77. He was president of S. D. Woocl- •uff and Sons of Ornnpe an^ or he U'ooc.'ruff Realty company in Vow York cit.y, the Cromwell \Va- er company and the Oranfjc Waer company. In 19:0, Woodruff served in the tutc Senate. Orc;it Salt, lake in Utah is. about i miles wide and has a maxi- length of 75 miles. It is from 0 to 50 feet deep. BUY \VA.R BONDS AND STAMPS Washington. Sept. S—(U P)—If you arc inclined to worry " about liLLle things like the national war doljt, here's a comforting- thought. Senator P.ohert Taft says' he doesn't think the war will over be paicl for And, moreover, he doesn't seem bothered. The Ohio congressman admits the 3DO billion dollars now outlined in rod ir.k may look a bit dismal on ihc national budpe;: sheet."Eu —ho maintains—as time KOCS o and wealth increases, the wil mean liillo to our grandchildren. "For instance," he points out— "just look at the British'They arc still paying for the war of 1S12!' COL'KSES AN.VOUNCED New Haven, Sept. S^(UP)—The Ai-my Air FTCCS announces that it v/ill conduct ,1 scries 'of courses to train representatives of private manufacturers in problems of contract termination nnd property disposal. 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