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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1944 NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS Page Now Is The Time, Ancl the NEWS ..Is The For Heating Equipment 'LOOK WHAT YOU GET FOR 63 I'ljissit'ii'il Ail Tluit- ^"''l Bi'i'itf Von KVsults If Tlu>y ('.'in He .Niicl. Call 222S TODAY! ! ! Announcements Lost And Found U>1,.VI'IF1CATION linio,.|ot lost.. Marked "Msircia Goodwin/' Finder please call Naugatuck 35-10 or return to E3 Nettle-ton avenue and receive reward. Automotive in AuttK I'arts HAVING J.OST my. Kan- ration bee*; A, issued to nic by th local rationing hoard, I hcreb- file application for a new one, ' STANLEY TATARYNOW.ICZ UROWX Puppy lost. White pointed mil, white, feet. Reward. Albert Vasrinnl. 123 Gorman street, Personals K A ItrlC'OKO MAIIK of your e at m:r booths. Mecca Music 103 Hunk street. Tel. •I-1-1 Employment ^V()>I•^^ n-aiiU'il (or Ki-ncriil house u-ork antl to care for child. Live in. O«'(! rcom. Wages $100.00 liumlii. ni«l "'139 before G p. ru. daily. Vor.NlV Ilitfli Si'linol K r n d U n t o wan'.od fov Intei'i-'StlnK work in IIKM! office. Definite future. Must h;ivc typing experience. Good MirroundiiiKs and clean atmosphere. Address Box "N.-O." care uf rhi- Xaupatuck News. \VOM.\N for lioncral hou-irwnrk In Middli'bury. Week clays only. I'iiri or ful! time. Ctoocl wages. Call Wtby. '1-2171.- Mrs. Mungci-. For Sale For VACANT S-roiuii. unc fiintily hntisr .'•>r .inliv Centrally '.ooatrci. Priced ri-aiumalile. Also 10 room. 2 family hi>usi>. 2nd floor vacant. Price .>t;,">i'ni. A. Shepluy. Tel. 2-133. 37 1111,1, SiT,, ,'( family house, l.s( floor available for immediate oc- i-iipiini-y: price $S.GOO, 121 .ttlll St., 3 family house and 2-car j,'iiriif,'«, annual income from i-.-.i!:-,, S1.0.-.2. Price $7.800. yoe J-'Scph V. Rosko, 3 onion St. Ti-1. -itiSS or 2fl,'L'. A Immi' :in<l Irivrstmcnt. Thrri 1 f.-iniily, 1-l-room house. Hot water heat two flooi-s. 3-ctir (,-anif,-e. early occupancy on second floor. Ontnilly located. Yearly Income $13> ri . 1'rit-c .>13,nOO. S-yciii's mocl- rrn 10-ronm. 2-ftimlly ho'usc,.f 12.000 Also I'J-room, 2-famlly house, centrally located, $ri,SOO. Patsy r.atu-|oUi, i-oaltor, .172 High St. •' I'honr- 3'1W or 08?..|. .WJIIT.E «-old Gruen wrist, wjitch with ehron\ium band, lost In Beacon Falls. Please call OS2G, Beacon Falls. 12 Announcements MONUS1ENTS Special prlcea on All Memorials V. niCHARDS 260 So. Mkln St NnuKtitucK Automotive 1-1 Autos for Salo "A safe place to buy and sell" J9-I1 HUDSON SEDAN Only 13,000 actual miles. P.-ickikrd-AVutei'bury, Inc. •IS2 \Vatertown Avenue Dial -1-6109 Monthly attendance in the USD clubs has been estimated now at more than 7 million. DODG-B — .PLYMOUTH AUTHORIZE!) Sales Service Parts, Accessories Malcolm ~\\ 7 . SUirr Corp. •1SS Wntertown Avc.," " ' Dial C-ll-lG Contractors Merchandise Machinery, Kloctrlc I,/\TIIKS — Several used , Atlus— South Bend and Logan"!;;. Also drill Presses. Table•„'and ,\Band. saws, wood turning; lathC3V-nnd other machine, tools; Lincoln Stores, 61 W. Main street., Waterbury. Phone •Ci-017.7. Mr. Andrews. 28 Household Articles Tainting W. Tel. HANGING F. Cota, 17 5-JGb. and r Cedar Street. Painting TlC Home .bought for cash. Highest prices paid for electric refrigerators; washers, and stoves, regardless of condition, • "•' PAINTING—niAl, «(H> ADOLF J. KUDZMA NJ:\V HAVEN KOA1) Frmicis'Fnmitnrc Co. -H9 NOnTI-I MAIN" STRRKT ..'. Telephone 3000 Merchandise Feed'Ami. Fuel OttDKll. Now—For limited supply of seasoned wood, for stove, Tiro- place and furnace. Also ficlil stones, snnci, gravel, one coal range, one gas range, one water heat»r, also cedar fc-n-cc and clotSiesline points, and numerous other items. Lig.it trucking and moving. Dial 2302 after <l p. m. G. Salinardi, 538 So. Main strcot. Clothing-" LADIES' & GENTLEMEN'S SUITS Tailor made, S2S.7S'. Now Fiill and Winter Styles. JOHN MAGONE 39T N. Main'St. Merchandise 2!»n Artlcles^ur Snlo ;SIHCK SupiM- doiihlu lioad .Electric ' Razor, new, $1!3;00. Evcrsharp Lifetime pen and pencil set, gold •• tip, new $]2.00. 5-tube R. C A. ( small table model- radio, perfect • condition, $25.00: Sec 1 at .103 • 'Locust'' street, Union City, after ' 4 .p. )n.- . Merchandise SO MIsco/T.Kicoim Cl-IfX.DItEjy'8— Tiible & Cliuir Set* High Chairs, Rocking Chairs Basincttcs and .Play Pens. Large selection of toys. Lowest prices in town. 13 BACON- KIDDIE CENTI2R 73 GRAND ST. Wtby. Education KILL,. BEDBUGS iuul their [ ,'witfi Special, .Insecticide, 75 cents . quart bottle. Adams. Pharmacy, j 3(ll> TWKNTV inch band *:iw for Male, with motoi 1 . Dial 386!5. InstructlniiH Acrobatc JXA.NCE Tap ' Toc Ballroom Private or Class Baton Twirling. Rogina Leonard, 73 E. Main. .1-0015 Services liusfrirsH Service* Rendered Scientific M.IMMIKR, gouil field. Masseurs needed. Evcninjj classes. Write for free booklet. College Massage, 77 Bridgeport. BABY auto licds, ,f:t.!)8; 'b:il»y auto scats,. Mystis talking:, boards, SI.79 up. Also. large selection of toys. THE RADIO, SHOP ISO Grand St. Waterbury •"BOY. Scouts—«amp<-rs, U. S. Army surplus used equipment: Pu7> tent.$2,9.'J; canteen with cover and cup, SI, 00; mcsskit S.75; pack $1.00; cartridge b'olt $.50. Complete set $3.00. Samet Sales company, High Point, N. C." Wanted To Buy HANK safe ilepoNlt ).>OXCN wanted. Highest cash prices puid. Wire collect, write or phone what you have to offei-. J. E. Murphey, Republic liOSJ,. 8:15 Yuatman-.-Jl.ve., Webster Groves-IS, Mo. ililk bottlc.s were invented by Dr. Hcrvey D. Thatcher ol' Pots- am, New York- in .1SS-J. I DIAMONDS And Old Gold Bought. Watch repairing our specialty, GRAND JEWELRY 112 Gi-and Street Dial 5-OOS2 O- World War A Year Ago September 11,1943 Yank Eg-g- Hunt In France — -. „ ^.^ "x<«»«—"°«i$? - SIX room, imi'-fumlly liciusi 1 . nil Improvement.-'. Johnson St. Two family house on Scott St, John Ke.ily. Tol, 5031. .1» Wanted Ti> Buy O.NK. Two nnd tlirn; family houses wanted, Al.io farms nnd lots. Tel. f>031. (By United Tress) ' Four battcships. 7 cruisers nnd .1 destroyers of the Italian fleet escape capture by Germans and •mil into Malta; more are expected to follow; 7 other warships arc reported at Balearic islands. British and U, S, troops of~h- Army capture Calcrno; In southern Italy, the 5th Army advances- at rate of 25 miles a day. Under terms of arrnistico. Italy nerves to turn over French Corsica immediately, to transfer all her navnl and air units to the Allies and to return safely all L/nited Nations prisoners. Gen. MticArthur reports fali of ?alamaua Imminent. Russian troops threaten Pavlo- jrrad, just 3-1 miles from Dnieper river. G-I Brushes Up On Answers To Give Wife \VK IIAVK UUVKliS for l-U-3 family houses. Jos, V. Kosko, 3 Uni.m St. Tel. .1028-2002, For Rent Houses For Kent Kiiiini. wmuli'ii building for M:I|P. f'xcellent construction, xlxc 10 fi-ct by 20 feet with windows, flticii-s, doorsi. etc. Uacd short time n.s field officee. Suitable for Kiu-.'iicp. summer place, etc. Can he moved Intact on larf,'e truck, r'.ea.innahlo, Apply Field Office :i! ffli-nhi-ook Apartments, Bridge U'antcd To Jl«nt Til It !•;)•; (;/>(,nm wjm!f<l to rent. Suit.-,hi,.. f,,i- ii couple. Dial 33*12, Calcutta, India (U P)—The patients In ward E-2 oC the U. S, Army hospital had just finished their noonday meal and were settling- back for their afternoon's nap. The ward's' nurse, 1st Lt. Anne Bui-key, wns busy charting her patients' progress when above the clatier of dishes and silverware heinjr washed in the hospital kitchen across the court, she heard the following: "Yes, dear...no, dear...all riprht, clear'. . .yes, dear." She stepped in to investigate these words coming from the room that was usua'.ly occupied by a { GI on kitchen police. | "Whom are you talking to, corporal?" she asked. Thn soldier, working away <il j his duties of scrubbing trays and | Of cities of more than 2S.OOO population in the U. S., 108 showed a decrease, in the :9.(0 census as compared wi-lh 1930. - JOHN'S MUSIC SHOP We b»yi soil, exchange, sind repair all kinds of instruments. lowest prices in the city. 3SO-382 So. Main St., Watby, Conn. Education 3.1 Local And Private Inntructom .DINA SCHOOL OF MUSIC STUDJ'OS—WATBY, 4-5023 3 South- Main—11 Wilson Street. Piano — Voice — .Mandolin I Children,,Adults; Advanced,..Beg-in- ncrs. Rapid PJano Course for AduJts Services Service* EXCELLKNT IMG and slip covers. Amazingly low price.-;. Allen's UpholstcHnc Studio. Mnslcrcraft Artists. 1 Grand St. Waterbury. Dial 4-OG15 1JJJD top. insulating wool. All typm. Installed if desired. T. J. Mon- lambauIU 530 No. Main St. Union: City. Tel. 2G83, PAUfAS UMBRIiLT^A- SHOP Umliri-ll.-is A lii)7c;'K<v wold lUiit rc- pa.ircd at 4 Brook St.. Waterbury. 3!) Wantwt To Rrti<S<:r IiI.ECTniC.Vr, «op».lrlnK Service Appliances a specialty. . Hay Decker. -102 N. Main St. Tel. •(OOP. OIL BL'HNICUS cleaned and repaired,' All' worlc-RTUsranieod. Tel. 3025, Harry Churchill. CUSTOM IlEUrjIOLSTERlXG — Special 2-pioce Suite S09i GRIFFIN UPHOLSTERING CO. Nau^atuck -IGSO- ATTKNTION: Oracrn taken for new 22loctrolux clcancra. -Al.so parts and. repairs. I. Nissen. Bonded repairman. 3 Teresa avo. Dial 4822. Cleaning- And n.volnc KlEVMAN'3 JXau;?.ituc'c's Great Gr Firm, offers its fir<t .cliss dry cleaning not. only in family garments, but blankets, rup> »nd other ispecinltics in Ihis field. KIEVMAN'S 7i5 Church Street a siffn nadini; "1-lavi you any rugs, in lunch, i.s Pvt. Maury Situiuivrs (riR-ht). Corinth, aiiss. His liuddy. .l.'vt. Alliort Frank-, ISurliiiKton. Vt;., is I'lijoylnj; the- :imused c\|ircs.siinis nn the faces (if tin: two Fri-ncli jflrls. Allliouirn the- nu-tlmil of sh»|i|)iiiK- may he a hit odd, tlie n-Milts are oveollcnt. Signal Cm-ps Kiitlioplioto. '(Inter- niitinn:il) orncn oi'- j-nici; AmiiNiS l)e|)iirtim:iit of Information RATION NEWS For Wcolc of September .10-10. -MJCAT.S AX» FATS GOOD rNDERfN'TTELY — Red Stumps A.S throufr.'i ZS and AC to Gfi in Book FO-JI- worth 10 points ench. ne<! tokens, worth o.'ie point oach, used as change. Householders are reminded that red stamps now become valid every four weeks instead of every tu-o weeks. Thus the number or points is reduced to 35 for every (.wo weeks instead of J'TKMSIIKI) hcflrnoni and Ultchni for rout fur lifht housekeeping. I'rivati- ..-nti-ance. Dial 370S. Ivrscms (!"> years old and over niirnlirri.il .x.OCiiJ.OOO in the U, S. census for I'.uo. an increase of 35 per- 30. be ber No additional red validated for use 1. stamps will before Ocio- scr - a[)in^ away food bodv. ma';im, ,T was replied, "No- just practic- ^os Angeles county, California, is larger in population than any one of different states, and has more automobiles registered than any one n:' .(I. states. PRIVATE BUCK S'lCD FOOI5S GOOD INDEFINITELY — Blue Stamps A.S through ZS and AG to LH in Book Four, \voth 10 points each, I31ue tokens \vu;-;,ti one puinl. each, used as chunfrc. No additional blue stamps will be validated Cor use before October 1. SUGAR GOOD INDEFINITELY—Siifrnr Stamps 30, 31. 3U ,%nd 33 in Eook Four each good for five pounds. SU-par Stamp 00'in Book Four, Kood foi- live pounds for home canning- thi-ous-h Fob. 28. 39-15. Consumers may be Kri-aiHed up to 20 pounds per person for home cn.nr.inj; by m;ik:j,' application on Form K-322 at local OPA Boards. New Enpland is nou- jr. the second period for such allotments (August 1 through October 31J. SHOKS GOOD INDEFIKITELY—AI.-plane S t :i m p s Nc. 1 and No. 2 in War Book Three ;;uod for one pair of shoes each. coupnns £oo B-l. C.'J ;ind live ^-:i lions GASOI.IXK R s— .Lnsi day for A-J.l d for throe Kallona B3, C'l coupons j;ood for each. FUEL OIL SEPTEMBER 30—Last day for period four nnd period live coupons. All coupons worth 10-gallons a unit. Mew l'j.l-1-ir, fuel oil coupons will become frood for JO gallons upon their 'receipt by the consumer from local OPA Boards. "SEVENTH CROSS" IS CURRENT LEAD AT THE STRAND THEATER 'Private Buck reporting an act of local sabotage, Sir. "nift I was bathing, a monkey ran oW with my uni- . forml'.' -.. If we need s;iy anything more to 'recommend. "The Seventh Cross," the exciting new Motro-Goldwyn- Mayer film now on the Strand screen than ihat Spencer Tracy is the star, and'greater even than he has ever been in such outstanding hits: "A Guy- Named Joe." "Kcep- j er of the Flame. Boy's .Town;" ,' nnd "Captains Courageous" nnd all i the rest. i Indeed, this remarkable actor ; g-ivcs another tap-notch purform- | ancc in "Thr- Seventh Cross." the | story of seven prisoners in "pro! tectivc custody," who escape .from ja German concentration camp j early one morning in 1936. I Tracy plays George Hoisler, the only one to make jrood his escape, who, aided by loyal friends, including- a lovely girl (played by Signe Hasso) makes good his escape i.s matched by the picture and with the promise to light on against the Nazi tyranny. "The Seven!h Cross" is based on the best-seller novel of the same name by Anna Seghers and has been brought to the screen under the outstanding .direction of Fred Zilnmermann. Miss Hasso appears opposite' Tracy and other leading roles are portrayed by such capable names as Huma Cronyn. Jessica Tandy, Agnes Moorhead, Ray Collins and Felix Bressart. Tracy's- memorable performance everyone and evcrylhjng connected with it. It's one of those "must see" film- events. The co-fcnturc on the. current Strand bill is "Goodnight Sweetheart," which features'Robert Liv- ir.yston and Kuth Terry." ' Scenes or the liberation 'of Paris n.-c contained in the 'Movietone News on the present Strand, program and there's a new M-U-M color cartoon, "Bear Raid Warden." ' . ,.;!'• BUY WAR BONDS AXD STAMPS BUZ SAWVKR ROV CRANK SO I WILL THINK \ NO ONE DARES OF THE GIRL WHO \TAIK TO ME IKE PACKED A GUN AND j THAT. SAWYER. INSISTED THAT I TREAT HER LIKE A MAN. LOOK AT EVERY NIGHT, MY ANSEL LISTEN, ANGEUTHATCUN BOTHERS ME. COULDN'T WE PUT IT AWAY? AND WHY «W Wl< PICTURE VDU AND VDUR SMOOtMC TALK- GCTOVT/ By FAUX PT2OM NO'N ON "iOLI CAM REFE TOME AS YOURHOMOR, CONGRATULATIONS.: n BEASE^j'OLDB /HOW DID YOUR JUNIOR ELECT/ON iTUEN our? By KOBEUT STOBSfc 5,'X... HOPE THEY'VE EEOSO OUT TO VJSL.COML- 1NVITEP TO CHIN AT THE PEPPfl? Ml PART iN THS |T/«',:AN LlEUT5.v.AKTr, Tl^fBE'5 AMOTMES fl lALL ROAD 5HCW -OF' DE(? CCEV'.; FCLI.IE5 OM THE O'CLOCK >••" *!.£*; GOOGI.K AND SNUFFY SMITH By BILLY DE BECK HE IS ^ GREftT ! SHOUJ HIM IN 1 THE (YlftTE IS FROM THE 6(G S(Y\OKIES I NEVER 6RCK NO\W UOE NEED H\LL B\LLN \ TO DECIPHER THIS ) 6LftSTED OaESSRGE J .-^- CRPTCMNS PftROON, SIR-- BKICK BRADFORD Uy WIU.TAM KITT and CLARENCE GRAff THIS IS THE GIFT HAVE FORYOU,USURPERJ THEY SEEM TO EMBRACE THEM MANTU STEPS ASIbE AND DRATD* FALLS t IJODY FOUND Hartford, Sept, U—(U P)—The tody nr Corporal John T.. Mclvin of Sclma, Alabama—crew member of a bomber that crashed at Simsbury last week—has boon round in a reservoir. State police said Melvin parachuiec! with the rest of the crew after an air collision. He was able to unbuckle his gear after landing in tl-.c water, but his heavy flying boots- and clothing prevented him from saving himself. The body was; recovered by i-appliny. MUGGS AND SKEETKR By WAXXY BISHOE Two-firths' do not serve of America's hotels meals. ' • 6oftH.' rtcw. VACATION I-'LEW 6 IT SEEMS Ll<G IT O^l^f S»T.\RT£Ol YESTESD'AY- ^MC M=PE W£/.Ct | IM SCWOOL ASA.-M ISS=EIM' AS ALL.A' kTIDS DOHT Lixr; SCMOOL SO MUCH, THEY DOMT REVERSE IT/ [ VVUKT DO YOU MEAKJ- V REVHR5E IT, EFFIE? SCHOOL AMD -4-2 WCCKC VACATION/ ,

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