Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on September 13, 1944 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, September 13, 1944
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SEPTEMBER 13, J944 NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS Pag* WANT ADS —Try The NEWS For Profit--- Results At Lowest Rates! if You're Looking: I'or a BAKGA1N •|] I'iiu! it \vlicn yon Ad in llit 1 :in 63c CALL 222S Today Personals ~TvK~~\ KKCOKI* MAIIK of ymir .i'i'r I'Oi'ths. Moccti Music Rink street. Tel. -1-1.12'J Employment ~i|c!(T U'iinti'd— Mlllo .vs. Church street. rt — Female ,7n~M\N \V.\N-|'K1) TO l V r.Al'NDP.Y. DIAL II. Y 0 l-'AM- 4093. waHti'il f" r gi'nrrnl house- u-oi'K anil to cstre for child. Live ip . o«'n room, Wages S.100.00 n'oR'.h. I-~>i :l1 i" 1 " 9 before 6 p. m. H'OMAN '" r K''i"'r:il hi>u*f«-orl; in Jlirfdli'bui'.v. Week days only. jv-ii-! or ful1 timc '- f'O 0 ' 1 wages. W> \V!hy. -l-'JLTl. Mrs. Munger. \fTlVK \VIPMUIM wmiK'd fur in'ii- ' i-r,il hiiiisi-work in Catholic rec- :«rv. KxivlliTit svai,-es. \\"rito Factory, 'J- Goodwill avenue. Jlcriili'n <"' ni.'il Merlden Kt and For Sale 1'or Announcements 11. J-«.tt Ami Found -O.ST—.Ciink Hook No. -1-1,282 on the Naugatuck Savings Bank htis I'e.en lout. Any person" liaving cluirus on said book is called upon tu present tlie same to the Uink within two months or the same books will b u declared can- e.K"oJ and extinguished, ami a new one issued In lieu thereof. Dated at Naugaluck, Conn., Aug. 30, 19-|.|. Sept. 13 Jt 27. Contractors J'alnllng P/U'JLR IIAIVGJ.VG ami W. F. Coin, 17 Cedar Tel. 0-151). Street 1'AINTING—DIAL 42«0 ADOLF ,T. KCDKMA N.ICW 1IAVKN ' Merchandise lIll.lillf.SM AIOXVMI-JNTS prices on -All Memorials UICHAKD3 2tiO So. M»ln St. Nau/jatuck Automotive 1-1 Anton l r or Sulu "A safe place to buy and sell" 19-1.1 HUDSON SEDAN Only 13,000 actual miles. 'ufkikrd-'WiiU'i'lHiry, Inc. 1S2 \\'ntortown Avenue Dial -1-G109 !>H1 Kurd Unmlster fi>r sulc. Price $100. Jesse' -McLellen. Dlnl 2371. Auto rixrtn J.)U.DG.!0 — PLYAtOUTH AUT110KJZED -.ales Service Parts, Accessories Malcolm W. Stan 1 Corp. SS \Vatertown Avc. Dial 5-ll>!C Feud Ami Fuel- OllUKH Now—For limited supply of seasoned wood, for stove, fireplace and furnace. Also field stones, sand, gmvel, one coal range, une gits range, one wnler licatci 1 ; also cedar 1 feivce and clothesline points, and numrvous other items. Light trucking and moving, . pial 2302 after -I p, m. G. Siilinarcli, OSS So. Main street. M.ituhliivry, Kluctrlu LATHES — Sovcrul used Atliw-.. South Bend and Logan. Also drill Presses. Table and Band saws, wood turning lathes and other machine tool's. Lincoln Stores, fil \V. Main slrcet.,' Waterbury. Phone 0-0177. Mr. Andrews. Merchandise lloti.soliold ArticlCN COMPL13TK Ii o in « ' 1 urnlHhlng! bovight for cush. Highest prices : paid for electric refrigerators washers, and stovea, of condition. Francis Fomituro Co. 4-19 NORTH MAIN STRRKT Tiilephb'n'b 3000 '[ Clothing Ladies' Coats Shortened Sl.OO Ladles' Dresses or Skirts.$.GQ Carmen's Tailor, 1-17 So. Main 'St LADIES' & GENTLEMEN'S SUITS Tailor made, $28.75. Now Fall and Winter Styles. TOHN MAG ONE 307 N. Main St. \V«JIteU To Buy BANK wifo iTcpoxIt boxen wan led. Highest cush prices paid. Wire collect, write or phone what you hnVc to-offer. J, E. Murphey, Republic 008-1, 815 Ycatmun ' Ave., Webster Groves lli', Mo, WAR BONDS DIAMONDS And Old Gold 'Bought. Watch repairing our specialty. GRAND JEWELRY 112 Grand Street Dial 0-OOS2 Arttcrc* For ,S;ilo ANTIQUE davenport for sale. Good condition. Tel. 2623, 8 to 9 morn- Ings or S to 9 evenings. Thu rort of Brest in France is one of the best in the country and the closest to the U. S. Recovers His Missing Viol Still In Tune OFFICE or ruicic ADMINISTRATION Department of Information RATION NEWS For Week of Scptcmhcr 10-16. Merchandise Merchandise Animals Articles For Sule Mlhcc-.;:ini;oiis I SHIG'K Super (loiilili: liuad Kloctric Ru/.or, new, $15.00. Eve'rsharp Lifetime pen und pencil set,' gold tip, now $12.00.'5-lu be 'R. C. A. small table inodcl radio, perfect condition, $25.00. i See at jU3 Locust street, Union City, after 4 P. in. . TWKN'J'Y :;ie!i hand saw for with motor. JDJ.-il 38G5. • HA BY mito bcfl.s, .$:t_!)S; h:iliy unto scats, Mystis talking boards, SI.70 up. Also selection of toys. THE RADIO SHOP 3SO Grand St. Watorbury .ro«>"8 MUSIC SHOP Wo liny, Hi-ll, iixclmnjfc 1 , nnd repair all kinds of instruments. ' Lowest prices in the city. 3SO-382 So, Ma.m St., Walby, Conn. Education Call'a And Swine .IKI18EY COW— . 32 "Ho.'idlr'y s'.rccl. tuck 21.70. Dili! Nuuga- Services 3'rofcsNional Service* YOUNG WKSTKKN—JMnuIe lyp<: buy horse. Will jump gentle but not for beginners. Priced low for quick sale. Charles Moeekol, New Haven Road, Kaugntuck. •Tnl. 4385. "HOY Scouts—campers, IJ. S. Army surplus used equipment: Pup tent $2.US; canteen with cover and cup, $:.00: . messkit $.75; puck $1.00; cartridge belt 8.50. Complete set .$13.00. Samet Sales .company, High Point, N. C." 30 Miscellanea ux 'S—T-.ihl,! Jt Chair Si-is, High Chairs, Rocking Chairs, Easincltes and Play Pens. Lar|,'e selection of toys. Lowes', pi-ices in town. BEACON KIDDIE CENTER 73 GRAND ST. Wtby. 31 I*<JC:L| And ]?rlvulu Inslnictorn Services DINA SCHOOL OF MUSIC STUDIOS—WATBY. 4-6028 MM South Main—11 Wilson Street Piano — Voice — Mandolin Children, Adults, Advanced, BcKin- ncrs. Rupid Piano Course Cor Adults .Sorvlccs IleiiUered J'AUL'S U.MBKELLA SHOP IJi:ihr<-Ilas Jt 111^:1^0 sold a.nd repaired at •!' Bi-ook St., Watcrbury. Services CUSTOM I Special 2 GKWFIK Nauj/.-ttnck -plcce Suite . .' ____ UPHOLSTKRING f&9 CO. 3!) Wanted To iiKr Scrvlcae KM2CTHICA.V tic pal ring 8crvlC« Appliances B. specialty. Roy Decker, 402 N. Main St. Tel. 4OOO. OTT. BURNKRS cleaned and n> paived, All work wusraniccd. Tel, 3020, Harry Churchill. . Instructions T -' 4 )'' To ° Ballroom Private or Claws Baton Twirling- Reg.'na Lcon;ird, 73 K. Main. !5-OOin An avoi'axe of 3,000 death claims are paid every day by U. S. life insurance companies. ISXCKLI.15NT XN'G and s!ip covoi'.s. low prices. Allen's Upholstering Studio. Mastercraft Artists. 1 Grand St. W.-itcrbury. Dia] 'J-OC45 KKf> top jnsiiiadiiK' wool. All tyfww. installed if desired. T. J. Mon- i.inibault, 530 No. Main St. Ur.ion City. Tel. 2DS3. ATTK-VTIO,v: OrcI'irK token for new EIccli'Olux cleaners. Al«o ])arts ,-ind repairs. I. NiR3or>v> 33o!idcd repairman. 3 Teresa avc.' Dial -1822. Cleaning And Dyeing KIEVMAN'S TCougraluclc's Great f>ry Cleaning Firm, offers its firm class dry clea.ninpf not only in. family fiair- incjjts, but blankets, rujjs a.nd otti« er spcciuliics in Ihis field. KJEVMA^f'S 76 Church Street WHAT WE NEFD ISA SHIPLOAD OF WAVES AND. WACS. YOU MUST A SURE. BUT WHAT ARE BE JAVmRjAUYOU DELIAS DOING HERE? WELL, SAWYER, EVEN AN ARMY PLANE GETS SHOT DOWN NOW AKO THEN. DON'T THEY EVER TELL YOU NAVY GUVS ANYTHING? WE BEEN BOMBING HAL- MAHECA tOR 6 MONTH. HEY/ IS IT TBUE YOU GOT TO HOW'D YOU PATE IT? WHAT'S SHE LIKE? IS SHE REALLY THEY SAY THE SULTAXS OF MTU APARTMENT./ USED TO HIDE THEIR YOU DIDHT <5ET INSIPE SHIP AHOY; HERE COMES THE NAVY. THISPIACE IS INFESTED WITH YANKS AC'.A.VT X-niiini, nnr family house .•".•!>. C.'i'ii!r:i!!y loc.'itocl. Priced r"asnn:ih!c. Al.-i> 10 room. 2 family I' '2nd floor vacsxnt. Price $i"W. A. iihcploy. Tel. 2-133. ' 37 Mil,I, ST.. :i family hutisc, 1st (lunr ^vjiilab'.o for Immediate oo cup;mcy: prin- S8.500. 121 Hill Si., X family house jind 2-cj>r frar.'iire, annual income from i-i-iits, jl.-i.".2. P;-lce ST.SOO. Sec J->sr<|.h V. r:oMko, 3 L'nion St. 'I'l-l. •(','-> nr 'J!i."i2. A liiiini 1 iisid Invrstnu'iit. Thrci. 1 f.'iiniiy. l-i-ronm house. I-Cot water lii.«; tu-o I'lnorf. Ki"'<^c. c;ii-ly occupiirvcy on sieeond floor. Centrally located. Yearly Income $13*1. Price ?13,r>00. G-ypnrs modern 10-room. --family house,$12.000 Ai-H.: 12-room. 2-family hovisc. centr.'iliy located, $. F >.SOO. Putsy Uif'noUi. realtor. 172 Hifjh Phnnr 3-I.W or SSS'l. (UP)-Roti.i-nin K to MKATS AND FATS he orchestra platform after an in- GOOD IXDEFI-XITEI/iT — Rod terrnis.sior, at a picnic where he ! Stumps AS through 28 and A5 to v.-us playing wllh a trio, Arnold i cc in Bool < F° Llr worth 10 points Sf\ rimm, unu-fivmily liouso, al impnivomontv. Johnson St. Twc f.iniily hou-ie or. Scott St, John Hcitly. Tel. ".031. M'afitril To Buy O.S'K, Two nnd thrci- family houses wnr.t-yl. Also farms and lots Tel. 0031. WK IIAVK JJfVKKS for l-^' .'.-miilv hmispx. JD.S. V. J^osUo, Union St. Tul. .1f>2S-2952. \Vantctl To Itont TIIKKK Kni Sint;il,|(. f im.M wanted to rent. - a couple. Dial 33-12. For Rent JtOfim.s To FMi.\!SIIK[» licdriiurii add kitcln-n fnr ront Inr lifrht hoUMe.koepinf;. t'riviite entrance. Dial 3708. Wntkins couldn't find his bass viol. .Picnikers were ciuoried, trees wore searched. Even n. haystack. The sentimental value of the instrument far outweighed its monetary worth. Wiitkins said. Cor it had once been tho possession o;' his Inte son. Al'ler advertising two days. Watkins received an anonymous phone call telling him the bass viol was round along a. boulevard about thrpo miles fr*jm the picnic grounds. The instrument would be returned in two days, tho stranger promised. Meanwhile, however, the stranger called again instructing Watkins to go !o a certain doorway at Cat-neg'ur Tech. about 12 miles from the picnic grounds. Obeying Instructions. Watkins found his peripatetic fiddle reposing in the designated doorway. Arnold plucked the strings. It was still in tune. Careful Firemen Save Flour Store Toledo. Ohio (UP)—Careful Toledo t'iremen, anxiouw to cause as little damaKo iis possible when batllir.g flames, saved a loc.-ii l>ak- orv .$29,300 worth of flour recently." The smoke-eaters, cnl'.ed to extinguish a blaze in four delivery trucks set afire hy a flash from soline on the garage floor, covered 1-1 carloads of flour in a nearby storeroom with heavy tarpaulins, thus preventing damage 1'rom sprinkling waler. each. Red tokens, worth one point each, used as chance. Householders are reminded that red stamps now become valid every four weeks instead of every two weeks. Thus the number of points is reduced to 15 for every two weeks instead of 30. No additional red stamps will be validated for use before October 1, riiOCESSKD FOODS GOOD INDEFINITELY — Blue Stamps AS through ZS and Afl to L5 in Book Four, woth 10 points each. Blue tokens worth one point each, used as change. Is'o additional blue stamps will be validated for t:sc before October 3. si; GAR GOOD INDEFINITELY—Sugar Stamps 30, 31, 'J2 mid 33 in Book Four each good fo: 1 live pounds. Si.'gar Stamp -1C in Book Four, good for five pounds, for homo canning through Feb. 28, 19-15. Consumers may be granted up to 20 pounds per person for home cnmiing by makig application on Form K-322 at local OPA Boards. New Jinpland is now in the second period for such allotments (August 1 through October 31). SHOJiS GOOD INDEFINITELY—Airplane Stamps No. 1 and No. 2 In War Book Throe good for one pnir of shoes each. ETTA KETT r.vui. ROBIXSOS GASOLINE NOVEMBER 8—LJISI day for A-ll coupons good for three g;i;lons B3, E-). C3 nnd C-] coupons good for live gallons each. OIL SEPTEMBER 30—Last day for period four and period live coupons. All coupons worth 10 gallons unit.' New 19-1-l-in fvicM oil coupons will become good for 10 gal- ons upon their 'receipt by the consumer from local OPA Boards. On The Air Today Mioul SOO.OOO pounds oC raw opium are stored in the U. S. treasury vaults in Washington. PRIVATE BUCK "Mqybo it isn't strictly G.I., but I flat there lust the samd" Money From a News Want Ad to Buy Extra Bonds •1:00 p. in. \VOR—Ramblinp with Gambling- \VAEC—Service Time WATR-\VJ2—Ethel and Albert, V/KAF-WT1C—Backstage Wife •I: 15 j). m.' WEAF-WTTC—Stella Dallas ~~ WATR-WJZ— Time Out for Music \VABC-iJatince; News •t :3l( ]). m. WABC—Off the Record WATK-WJ2—News WOR—Detective Stories WEAF—Lorenzo Jones .J:.J;j p. in, WEAF-WTIC—Young Widdcr Brown WABC—Ray Scott Orch. WATR—Sustaining Muaic WJ2—Mop Hari-iffan 5:00 p. m. WABC—Fun with Dunn • W JK-W AT R—Terry and Pirates WEAF-WTIC—When a Girl Mar rios WOR—"Uncle Don 0:15 p. in. WOR—Chick Carter WATR—Melody Revue WJS5—Dick Tracy WEAF-WTIC—Love and Learn 5: HO p. m, WAEC—Three Sisters ' WOR—Tom Mix Show , WATR-WJZ—Jack Armstrong WTIC-WEAF—Just Plain Bill 5:15 p. in. WATK-WJZ—Sea Hound WOR—Superman WABC—Wilderness Road WEAK—Front Page Forrell 6:00 p. ill. WOR—Headlines; Prayer ALL Stations—News 0:111 j). m. WABC—Murray Orch.; Chorus WATR—Music, for Dining- WJ2AF—Serenade to America WJZ—Ethel and Albert «.-30 p. ill v WEAF—Serenade; Bill Stern WABC—Jeri Sullavan WATR—News; Sontfs 6:15 p. m. WOR—Stan Lomax WABC—World Today WATR—Pleasure and WEAF-WTIC—Lowell WJZ—News v 7:00 p: m. WABC—I Love a. Mystery WEAF-WTIC—Music Shop WJZ-WATR— Pages of Melody WOK—News , 7:15 p. m. WTIC—News WATR—Eundy Orch. WABC—Passing Parade WATR—Fo." '.he Girls 7:30 p. m. \VOR-Can You Top This.? Profit Thomasa WABC—Easy Aces WTIC—Glee' Club WJZ—Lone Ranger WEAF—Roth Orch.; WATR—Phone Your 7:45 p. m. WTIC—News 8:00 p. in. WATR-WJZ—Watch World WOR—News WEAF-WTIC—Mr. and Mrs. WABC—Allan Jones Show 8:15 p. -m'. WOK—PoiitiCiil l-' WABC—Dr. Christian •WJZ-WATK— Lum 'n' Abner '••'/ ••-•'••• '•'»::it> />. m. WATR—MyEesI. Girls WOR—Stop Th'at Villain 'WTIC-WEAF—Carton of Smiles " ••'••" •'' 0:00 p. m. :'WABC—Jack Cm-son Show WEAF-WTIC—AUin Young Show WOR—Gabriel HciH'.er WATR-WJZ—Dun Hinder Show 0:15 p, m. WOR—Screen Test »:,'{« p. in. WEAF—Mr. District Attorney 'WABC—Mildred Bailey Show WATR-WJZ.—SpotliRht on Prima WOR—First Nighter 10:1,., p. in. ALL Stations—News | WAEC—Great Moments 1 10:30 p. m. | WJZ-WATR—Scramby Amby WOR—Symphonettc WAEC—Political Program 10:4,) p, in. WATR—Carl Ra.Va.zxa. Orch. 11:00 p. in. ALL Stations—News 11:1,5 p, in. WJZ—Songs; Portraits WABC—Sammy Kayo Orch. WATR—News :i!:;!() p.'m, WABC—Invitation to Music : WEAF-WTIC—Arthur Hopkins WJZ—Claridge Orch.; J. Smith WATR—Brown Orch.; News WOR—Shcp Fields Oreh. 12:00 Midnight WEAF-WTIC—Hopkins; Design WABC—News; 'Chicago Program WJZ—News; Olson Orch. WOR—Hudson, Rogers Orch. TMATSAM OE I'LL SET HIM TO RX LUCKY THIS VO1/TM VM~f THS'MAVOR" IS W THE GOOD =VHNiN<3.S=AS=V" 1 K=AM'VOU!2HONO!H" 1CILLINGTKXSTS J ^_ 'r W MV =f 77 TH TICKET o/^i i—. AV 'I COULD DO M5 A FAVCe-- MY CAI? TODAY. SECKET AC EXT X9 IV? DON'T WANT AJW TROUSLf W.TH YOU M£U 1 00 AS VOUliE TCLD AtiO VOU'UL BE TREATEO DECENTLY.,, IF VOD CONT WANT TO &o SACK TO IN A CRATE, OUR GLlARS-5 AT ANZ.IO .' - YOU WV READ OUR PAPERS ANP UffTEN TO THE RAPID.,, ALL LIE£, OP CgiJigSg ! w£ HAViN'T HDEO W ITALY OS F.CAMCf AND THE PJPINS HISH., .S'JT DON'T 3E SuRPRJ*EO TUER "lKVADEi."i£RAlA!V>' NEXTi CAFMIN, THC5£ CIX TRANSFER PRISONERS JUST GO UK5 'E/V( 'JP — OKAY. I'LL BE RI6HT OUT BAKNEY COOGLT: wrr U.v BILLV »E DRE.SS.ttvl' L'.KE ft TORNADO. CHUCK ['BETTER KEEP Trie MOTOR RUNNIN' HOW bO WE KNOW, COLLEAGUES, TWAT IT 15 -k NOT YON 5L^YER WHO LIES? WILLIAM RITT luicl CLARENCE GRA1 HIGH IN THE bA'LCONY STANDS ONE UE 15 STILkSTUKMEb.BY HIS OP SUbbEN FATE--]' <J$*i: GOING HACK TO WARS Los- Angeles, Sept. 13—i.U'P) War Correspondent Royal Arch Cunnison • is g-oing back to the wars. The writer spent two years in ;i Japanese prison camp, and now he is going buck to rejoin- General Douglas MacArthur's staff in the Pacll'ic. Gunnison is a cor- respondonl for Collier's magazine und the Mutual Broadcasting" System. DO NOT JUbGE ME, ERE HAVE SEEN HEARD: UAt-UY BISHOC AULL BE OIST-1T &ACK.' AH GOT A NOTION) sis TOOK HER CLOTHES-POLES BACK AMD UML.E'SS WE FIMD SOMETUING TO USE CAMT PLAY WON'T MISS 'EM; STlCKIkl' OOTTA' MOLES ALL OVAM THE GOLF COURSE;

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