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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1944 NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS Pag-e Seven HsJbw is The Time, And N€WS fe Tbe Place; Jf> Advertise For Heating Equipment jf You're Looking for a BARGAIN 1 t'inil il- svliou you ;ii-i' :iu Ad in tlu- ' Xo\VS 3 lines 3 days prepaid rate CALL 2228 Today Tcrsonais |T*"vK A l{M* ; OltH -MAUI-: of your lit ui»' 1'oi'ths. Alucca MiiMlc .'0- ! L 5 'V'< !<truut. Tol, -I-1-1-Employment Announcements NollCCM NOTICE Automotive 15 All to JPurts The of tu Selectmen and. Town .Clei Town of Beacon Fall County of New Connecticut, will Havun, Stato be in Menu!on Town Hall in said Town purpose of examining fo th the tiv qualifications of all who wish t be admitted as Electors In sai Town and to admit . the "ELEC TORS' OATH all who ahall b found qualified and -to examin any APPLICATIONS OF MEM BERS OF THE ARMED FORCES OF THE UNITED STATES fo admission us Electors. These sessions will be held at the time and dates listed below: SEPTEMBER 9 A, M. until 6:00 l|«.|p Witnlrtl—Fc'mllto WO.VA.V WANTKI) TO UO FAS U.V I.AUNDKY, DIAL -1093. wiuilril for (fi'lH'i'iil IKHINI work uflil 1° c 11 '' 0 l ' 01 ' Child. Llv In. Own rcum. Wapcs S.100.C month, l.iial 513P before 0 p,.uT iluily. WOMAN f" r U''i"'''iil liiHiscworls I MKkil.-tui'.v. Week days onl, I'urt or full time. Good wages C«!l U'tby. '1-2:71. Mrs, For Sale For s<ulo VAC'AN"!' N-riuiiii,' one family lioiisi Kn- .i.ilo. Centrally located. Pi'lcoc i-t'itsonalilt!. Also 10 room. U family liou.ii', 2nd floor viicunl. Price S-i-'OO. A. Sheploy. Tel. 2433. 7 ill I,I. ST., S family houm'. l.sl .'liiDi- available for immediate occupancy: price SS.500. 12.1 Hill i:., 3 family house and 2-c*r K:H'HKO, annual income from n-nin. Sl,032. Price J7.SOO. See J-.srph V. Rosko, 3 Union St, Tel. -:y2^ or 2952. oiiu- and Invt'.Htini'Dt. '.rhri'4 fmnily. l-l-room housu. Hot water li'.-at two floors, 3-car Knrnfro, i-iii-ly occupancy on second floor. r.trally locatod. Yearly Income .^0. Prici-. .?13.riOO. 5-year.M mod- •rn 10-room. 2-fumily house.Sl2,000 MHO '12-i-oom, 2-t'nmlly house, ccntriilly located, 53,500. Patsy briola. realtor, 172 Hifrh St. oni- 3-ir,S or 5834, (SIX room, une-fiiinlly hoiiso, ull Improvements. Johnson St. Two family house on S>:ott St. John Healy. Tel. 303.1. \Vunt«il To Buy ONK, Two uiul three fiiniUy liotwiin wanted. Ai.so farms and lots. Tel, 5031. VI-: HAVt BL'YliKS for 1-* fnmllv houses. Jos. V. Hosko, Union St. Tel. -192S-2M2. Wanted To Kent THKKK lUxim.i wanUil to rent, SuiLiiblu for ft couple. Dial 3342. For Rent To Kent Kt.'K.V/SHKl) tu'droiiin an<l kitcln'i for rent for lik'ht housekeoplnK Private entrance. Dial 3708. SATURDAY, 10.|.| from 0:00 . M. SATURDAY, 19-1-1 from 0:00 P. M. ATTEST: RALPH E. SEPTEMBER 1C A. M. until 8:00 UPRIGHT CHRISTIAN HEISS CONLETH E. KIERNAN \ Selectmen FRED C, CURTISS Town Clerk. Automotive 14 For Sale PpDQK -T- PLYMOUTH AUTHORIZED ; Snles Service 'Parts, Accessorle* Mnlcohn W.' Stan- Corp. ,-)8« .Wntortowji Avo. da], 5-1140 Contractors HANGING and r W. F. Cola. 17 Cedar Tel. 5455. Street, Puliiting PAINTING—DIAL 42«0 A1JOLF ,1. KUUZM.V NJSW JIAVJiN JiOAl) Merchandise Merchandise 20 Machinery, Eloctrlc" I.ATIIliS — Several , used Atlun— South'' Bend and Lagan, Also .drill Presses, Table und Band .saws. ••. wood turning lathes and ,-o t.h or machine tools, Lincoln Stores, 61 .W. Mwin street., -Wu-, lei-bury. PJione K-0177. Mr.' Andrews. Article* Merchandise Articles For Snlo SHICK Super double ,liead .Klecl.ric Razor, ..new, ,$15.00: Evershurp Lifetime pen .and pencil set,'gold -,tip, .now..$12.00. .-0-tube':K. ,C A. .small table model" radio, perfect ••, condition, $25.00. See at 103 Locust street, Union City, lifliir •1 p. im. COMPLKTli; Ii oiiro f uriiI»hJiiK« bought for cash. .Highest-prices -paid for electric refrigerators, wa.shers, and stoves, regardless of condition. ' -Francis.Furniture;-.Co'.,' 449 NORTH MAIN'STRRKT 1 'Telephone 3000""",." Clothlnif IlABV'auto hcdN, ffH m ',)H; ' luiliy seats, Mystis talkin'g boards, SI.70 up.' Also large selection of toys. THE RADIO SHOP 180 Grand St. Waterbury Merchandise Animals 30 MlKCC-.iuricjoufi TWENTY l.-ich bund saw for with motor. Dial 3865. JOHN'S MUSIC SHOP Wo buy, sell, exchange, .and repair all kinds: of Instruments. Lowest pi-ices In .the city. 380-382 So. Mum St.,-W.atby, Conn. Education Ladies' Coats Shortened-$1.00 Ladies' Dresses or Skirls $.60 Carmen's Tailor, U7 So:- Main St. Food And Fuel "A safe place to buy und sell" 19-11 HUDSON SEDAN Only 13.000 actual miles. Pficktifil-Wjiterbiny, .Inc. 182 Watcrtown Avenue Dial -1-0309 OUDEB Now—FOP limited Hupply of seasoned wood, for .stove, fireplace und furnace. Also field stones, sand, '^riiftvcl, one coal range, one gas range, one water Meator, also cedar f'cn-co and clothesline points, and num<H-ou.s other items. Ligvit trucking-and moving. Dial S 2302 after 4 p, m. G, SuIInardf, 53S" So, Main .street, \VK arc shipping nil. kinds of liny from . Vermont, Now York state und Canada. Ask for .prlce.H. Reliable Grain and Fuel Co. 5 Church St. Tel! 3070. '" ' LADIES' & GENTLEMEN'S SUITS Tailor made, $28.75. New'Fall and Winter Styles.' "• JOHN MAGONE 397. N. Main St, 29 Wanted To Buy "BOY Scouts—campers, U, S. Arniy surplus 'Used equipment: Pup teiit $2,95; canteen with'cover and . cup, -$1.00; • mcssldt S.7I5; pack : $1.00; .cartridge belt..$.00. Coin. plete set .$5.00. 'Sum'ct 'Sales cbm- , 'pahy, High-Point, N. C." SO' Mlscu.flnnepun CJHE.DJ<iKN'S—rablu & Cliuir SnW, ,.Hiffh Chairs, RockinK Chairs, .Basinettes and Play Pens. Large selection of toys. Lowest prices In town. BEACON KIDDIE CENTER 73 GRAND ST. Wtby. 3.1.Local And .Private Instructor* DINA SCHOOL OF MUSIC .STUDIOS—WATBY. <i-:>o23 503 South Main 1 —11 .Wilson Street PJano — Voice — Mandolin Children, Adults, Advanced, Beginners. Rapid Piano Course for Adults ,'tta Instruction!! Acrobatc D^^CK- T -' J '>' To ° Ballroom Private or Class Eaton Twirlinp rter;ipa Leonard, "S^E.'Main. fi-OOllj About 1,400 million pounds of edible vegetable and compounded shortenings arc m;inufactured in the U. S. each year. O.ittlc An<l Swine COW—milking H 32 Ho.-xdley street. Phone Nau- 21S>7. Services ScM-lccn Jlorse» YOUNG WKSTKlt-V—K-irnifa >.yp<- bay horse. Will jump gentle-but not for beginners. Priced low for quick sale. Charles Mocckel, New H.'ivqn Road, X:iui;atuck, Tnl. 4380. CUSTOM RKVPHO1.STKHISG — Special 2-piece Suite ...... $59 CO. 46!« CRIFFJX UPHOLSTERING 3!» Wanted To Services Sfirv!c<:H Ji<Mid.-rrd J'AUI/S UMBKKM.A SHOP paired at-I Brook St., Waicrbury. 8 l'rofos-.lonm Services EXCEI.LKNT ING and slip covers. low prices. Allen's Studio. Mastcrcraft Artists. Grand St. Waterbury. Dial IU-;i) top insulating wool. All types. Installed if desired. T. .T. Mon- tambault, 530 No. Main St. Union City. Tel. 2CS3. KK.KCX.IUCA>. Kcpejrllir Service Appliances ' ii ' »p<;cia)ty. Rnj' Decker, ;)02 N..Maln St. Tel.*40UO. OIL nURNKRS - <iltvin.:J anj m- paired. All work Ki^rantced; Tel. :i02.'5, Harry Churchill. ATTHNTIOX: Orders 1ahi:n for new Klocu-olux cleaners. Also parts and repairs. I. Niusen. Bonded repairman. 3 Teresa avc. Dial 4822. . •10 Cleaning And Dyeing KIEV-MAN'S rc.ivjjaluck's Great--Ory Cleaning Firm, offers its fir<;t class dry elenninjj not only in family Rai> ments, but blanlcel-s, rupfs ar.<l ot.li- er *poci>illics in I Ills field. KTEVMAN'S 70 Church Street BUZ SAWYER By ROY CRANK J3AN.K safe <TcpOHlt .boxes wanted. Highest cash prices paid. Wire .collect, write or phono .what you have to.offer. J.-E. Murphey, Republic .6084, 815 Ycatman Ave., Webster Groves ls>, Mo: DIAMONDS And Old Gold Bought. Watch repairing our specialty, ' GRAND 'J-BWELRY' 112 Grand Street Dial 5-0082 DEAD, A1YNHEER. OVER A CUFI5- HE LEAPED PROM A JAPANESE TRUCK. WHAT A PITY. BUT Wf HAFF MANV AMEB1CAN REFUGEES. COMt! YOU WILL WISH TO MEET THEM KO*AEN ON THE AIR TODAY Announcements J.nst And Found HAVING T.OST my »;»* ration book A, Issued to mo by the local rutionlnK board, I hereby filt iipHicntlon for a new one. STANLEY TATARYNOWICZ. UlUnVN I'upp.v In.Mt. Whlti- |>olnt>- i'd tall, white feet. Reward. AN 'wrt VaRlnni. 125 Gorman street, Announci'motitM MONUMENTS Spocln.1 prices on All Memorial! "•'. RICHARDS aeo so. Main 3t 4:o<) p. in, WABC—Set-vice Time WOR—News: Gambling ,VEAF-WTIC—Backstage Wife 4:15 p. m. tVOP.—Rambling with Gambling WATR—C'jn Norman Show WEAF-WTIC—Stella Dallas 4:30 p. in. WEAF-WTIC—Lorenzo Jones VABC—Full Speed Ahead .VATK-WJZ—Newd •t:lj p, in. VEAF-WTIC—Younj,- Widder Brown VJ2—Hop Harrijran VATR—Music VABC—Raymond Scott Show VJZ—Sea Hound 5:00 p, m. VEAF-WTIC—When a Girl Marries ."ABC—IJun and Dunn <'OR—Uncle Don ,'JJi-WATR—Terry and the Pirates 5:15 p, m, VABC—Mother and Dad •JZ—Dick Tracy VATR—Melody Revue VOR—Chick Carter 5:30 p. in. /OR—Tom Mix Show /ABC—Three Sisters ,'EAF-WTIC—Just Plain Bill v'ATR-WJ2—Jack Armstrong 5:45 p. m. /JZ—Sea Hound /ABC—Wilderness Roaci /TIC—Front Page Fan-ell VATR-WOR—Superman U:00 ]i. in. K—News; Prayer VATR-WTIC-WEAF-WJZ—News 6:15 p. in. WABC—News WEAF—Serenade WATR—Air Force .Show WTIC—Prof, Schenker WJZ—Ethel and Albert WOR—Newsreel G:30 p. m. WOP.—News WEAF—The Mood is Music WJZ—Whoso War? Band of Week WTIC—Sports WATR—News; Serenade 6:45 p. m. WOR—Stan Lomax WABC—World Today WJZ—Henry Taylor, News WTIC-WEAF—Lowell Thomas, News 7:00 p. m. WEAF-WTIC—Music Shop WABC—I Love a Mystery .OFFICE OF .PRICK ADMINISTRATION Department at Inforitiiitloii RATION NEWS For Week of September 10-10. MEATS AND FATS GOOD INDEFINITELY — Red Stamps AS throuyh Z8 and AS to GO in Book Four worth 10 points each. Red tokens, worth one point each, used as change. Householders are reminded that red stamps now become valid every four weeks instead o!' every two weeks. Thus the number of points is reduced to 35 for every two weeks instead of 30. No additional red stamps will be validated for use before October 1. PROCESSED FOODS GOOD INDEFINITELY — Blue Stamps AS through Z8 and AD to L5 in Book Four, woth 10 points each. Blue tokens worth one point each, used as change. No additional blue stamps will be validated for use before October 1. lor five pounds for home canning through Feb. 28, 3D.-10. Consumers may be granted up to 20 pounds per .person for home canning by makig application on Form R-322 at local OPA Boards, New England is now in the second period for such allotments (August 1 through October 31). SUGAR GOOD INDEFINITELY—Sugar Stamps 30, 31, 32 and 33 in Book Four each good !'or five pounds. Sugar Stamp -10 in Book Four, good i sumer from SHOES GOOD INDEFINITELY—Airplane Stamps No. 1 and No. 2 in War Book Three good for one pair of shoes each. GASOLINE NOVEMBER 8—Last day for A-ll coupons good for,three gallons B3, B4, C3 and C-l coupons good for flve gallons each. FUEL OIL SEPTEMBER 30—Last day for period four and period live coupons. All coupons worth 10 gallons n unit. New 194-1-45 fuel oil coupons will become good for 10 gallons upon their receipt by the con- local OPA Boards. ''Hov/d I knovy it was low 1id« when I dug a fox hol» IMT* \VATR-\VJZ— Music of-Beigium WOR—Ray Hcnle; >'ews 7:13 p. m. WEAF-WTIC—News of the World \VOR--Ted Sleule WABC—Dateline WATR—Interlude: News 7:30 p. m. WOK—Confidentially Yours WEAF—Everything- for the Boys WATB—Green Hornet WTIC—Dick Haymcs WABC—American Melody Hour WJZ—Diane and Jesters 7:45 j). m. WEAF—News WOR—Answer Man .WJZ—Don't Believe It WTIC—Price .Control, Rationing 8:00 p. m. WATR -WJZ—Watch World Go By WEAF-WTIC—Johnny Presents WOR—Ncwa 8:13 j». m. WJ2-WATR—Lum and Abner WOR—Nick Carter 8:30 p. m. WTIC-WEAF—Date with Judy WABC—Theater of Romance WATR-WJZ—Nit Wit Court WuR—Kay'c Orch! 9:00 p. in. WTIC-WEAF—Mystery Theater WABC—Jack Pepper Show WOR—Gabriel Heatter; News 9:30 p. ni. WATR-WJZ—Spotlight -on Garbcr WABC—Burns-Allen Show WOR—American Forum WTIC-WEAF—Words' at War 10:00 p. m. WABC—Salute Ao ^France •W33AF-WTIC—Lottie .•Gr.cenwpod Show 10:15 p. m. WJZ—Ted Malbnc WOR—News VVAJrfC—OJancinfr Discs; News WATR—Gov. Baldwin ' 10:30'.p. m. WABC—Congress Speaks W.EAF-.WTIC—Hildcgarde Show WOR—Symphonette WJZ-WATR—Let Yourself Go 11:00 p. m. ALL Stations—News 11:113 p. .m. WEAF-WTIC—Harknoss WABC—Woody 'Merman »VJZ—Chu Martinez WOR-WAXR—iNo'ws;' :Weather " 11:30 p. m. "" WABC—Galloway Orch. WATR—Concert Orch. WOR—Sammy Kayo .Orch. - " 12:00 Mldnlkht WATR—Sign Off " •WOR—McGrane, Rollini Orchs. WJZ—-News; Olson Orch, WABC—News; : Buffalo Presents WJZ—News; Olaon-Orch. WTIC-WEAF—News; Shields' Orch, Churchill Asks For Additional Leave For Some Soldiers BUY \VAll UONQS AND STAMPS Quebec City, Sept. ,12— (UP) — Winston Churchill may be England's prime minister, but he has not forgotten how it feels to .be a soldier heading home. It's revealed that the prime minister asked President Roosevelt !o arrange for additional leave for the American servicemen v^hose return home was delayed by Churchill's trip. The prime minister sailed to Halifax on a ship carrying troops, Including- a number of Yanks who had earned lonp-awaited leaves. When the sailing- dale was put off for a few days to fit in with Mr. Churchil's schedule, it was feared that the "walling time" would be taken out of the Americans' home-leaves. But knowing how valuable every hour at home can be to the returning soldier, Mr. Churchill asked,that the leaves be extended. Mi-. Ronsovell repliivl it vi'l tic done in all cases in which military necessity permits. REI..IKF FOR ITALY Kew York, Sept. 12—(UP)—The American relief for Italy, incorporated, says its October' shipment to the liberated country will include. 2,000,000 pounds of clothing—and 50,000 pairs of shoos. The .president of the agency says, items scheduled ' t6 be shipped to Italy so iar have an estimated value of well over 3 million .dollars. SELLS IflL'SE BUSINESS Hartford, Sept. 12-—(UP)—rColt's patent .Fire Arms Manufacturing company has^sold its fuse business to the Royal -Electric Cpmpany~bf Pawtucket. 'The Pawtiicket' ' concern will produce the renewable cartridge fuse known as "Npark" made by Colt's for the past 40 ears. NURSES WANTED Boston, Sept. 12—(U P}—The Nursing Service of the First Sor- 'Icc" Command "is again ^calling for j-riiduate "rcglateve'd"nurses' to join' up. Lieutenant ' Colonel Ruth . I, Taylor, service chief at Boston, ays the women arc needed ui-jr- ntly to care for sick and ,wpund- U men returning from overseas. TUT TUT, MYNHEER. MiNK-YOU MAKE A IMPRESSION. AT LEAST, THE COBRA DID NOT BITE- MA HA/ SOMETIMES SHE DOES.JA, BITFS AND SCRATCHES. DYNAMITE, THAT WO/KAN. YOU NEFFER KNOW WHEN/ J EVEN SHE ISS GOING TO EXPLODE. / FOR60T TO ASK <S300T SMITH, THE FHLA WHO CAME TO HALMA HERA WOW.'NOW I KNOW-WHY THEV CAll HER A COBRA. £AM.*I SEE ETTA MAS A DATE WITH "HISHONOI2 'E MAYOR.' DAD/ 7 WHAT DID YOU I THINK TS CUTt HAVING YOUTH IMS AI2C-y\'D- SECRET AGENT X9 ROBERT STOKik, YEAH...VOU KNOW WKAT ? I *VI5t!T A COUPLE OP TUE/v! WOULD AUKE A 3IZEAK! OAT-/4T-AT-ATI :•-- , I usE3 T'GET 4WFUL PALCOKA5 FOR FARES. BACK IrJ FLATBa^H, BUT I PE5H SHOW-FOORINQ A IQAS OF DEB TRUCK, O4RIIYJNO 4 DETAIL OF NAZI PRISONERS, RCLL6 SWFTLV ALONG A CENTRAL FLORIDA ROAD... CAMP IN AVKHWEF; TEN ART.' BAllNEY GOOGLE PLA\N <V5 OfNUGWT- NOTE ft TOKEN VUWKT AT JUG.^D'.l \JJH(CH VWIREO IT TO UJ&RSWJ'TON. OEESTRVCK 0' COLU(Y\BV I! ' ORICK BBADFOKD ME WAS A"USURPER -AND HE HA6 BEEN DESTROYED.' WltMAM KITT and CLARENCE GBAt. bRATDA LIED TO YOU WHEN HE SAiDTARPA MADE M1M MIS HEIR. ME SLEW TARPA AND FOfcGEfc HIS FAKE By \VAt.LY B1S1IOF J ;TMREE BLACK EYES -TWO &LOO& WUAT DID You FELLOWS GOT K1IMET-TEEM •TOUCMDOWMS// MOSES-A SPRAINED ANKLE AMD ONE ToOCUDOWKI f 50,YOU OPEMEOTUE SEASOM A&A1NST "THE TIGEPS WOVA>b Vou MAKE X-^5S

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