Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on September 15, 1944 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, September 15, 1944
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1944 NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS Page Seven WANT Lost Anything Of Valiie? Place An Ad With Us . . Call 2228 If You're Looking- for a BARGAIN wlifii you in 11K! ly Xc\\'s 3 lines prepaid rate 3 days CALL 2228 Today ••It's rrtifilsilili 1 " For Rent KODIIIM To l)(><lro(iin and kilclimi for rent for light housekeeping. Private entrance. Dial 3708. Garugo For Hunt GAKAGJJ to stroot r.ear ::on. ' runt uti Y. M. C, Church A, Dial Announcements Merchandise Article* lS homo furnishing bought for cash. Highest prices pttid for electric refrigerators, washers, and stoves, njgurdless of condition. Francis "Furniture Co. 4-J9 NORTH MAIN STRKET Telephone 3000 Notices Personals nVvT:"A KKCOK!) MAUI-: of .vinir voi.-i- iit cur booths, Mi-ccrt Music C,,., ai:; Hani; street. Tot. -1-1'1'J- V.'aK'rt'111'y •If |» riilrr linii> agui'l. tVc initku i( fivsh t'virry day. Also do cus tll i,i I'uli-r making. U'rn, '[•' •H-li'ld^'Ti. Xi-w Ilaven road. Employment \Vnntod—Miilu I'l.V ld'.»- wanted I'.v l',iiwl.m: AlU-ys. Church » I'VVO iiii-ii uanli'd. pnrtthuc iiiiirn ii^-s. 7 n. :n. to 1 p. ni. Apply [',.;.•!• !':uil Inc. '(»'.AN \VA.VTKn TO !>(> FAMILY t.Al'.VDKY. DIAL -lO'JS. '.-\n'KI''> ; S luul fiisliii-r wanted; full IT part 1:1110. Apply at Strat-.or.'s MrstMUrjint. LN I'ark I'lace. ic and :i> cart 1 for child. Live Own nxun. \Va.ures $10(1.00 '.:(;. Dial ~tl?,9 bufciru G p. m. WOIAN f'T i;oni' housework ill lliddlfbui-y. \VeoU clitys only. I I'ai't or full time. Good wages. Call Wtby. -1-2171. itra. Munser. LIQUOR PERMIT Notice of Application This is to give notice that I, Grnevievu Mary Osiecki of •!!> City Hill street, Union City, Connecticut have tiled an application dated September 12th, IIM-I. with the Liquor Control Commission for a Package Store permit for the sale of alcoholic liquor on the premise.-), •lOli North Main street.. Union City. Connecticut. The business is-owned by Matthew .R. Osiecki of -I'j City Hii: street, Union City, Connecticut, and will bi? conducted by Gem;- ; vicve Mary Osiecki of -10 c'ity Mill | street. Union Cicy, Connecticut, a.s I permittee. GKNF.VIEVK MARY OSIECKI. Dated September J2th, 19-i-l. FOR Siili- ttlusup, U-|ilt>(!t> dining room .set. Call at Potters, Prospect St., Naugatuck R, P. D. No.2. Ill.ACIv turn! range for sulo. Model Glenwood "E", complete with hot water front. Dial 5-177. Merchandise^? Clothlnif Ladles' Coats Shor!tt;ri6dt.$i.OO Ladies' Dresses nr Skills $,(JO Carmen's Tullor, 1-17 So: .Main St LADIES' & GENTLEMEN'S SUITS Tailor made, $28.75. New Fall and Winter Styles, JOHN MAGONE 397'N. Main st. 29 Wanted To Buy Paper money of 25 com dunomi- inilion was issued by the U. S. in 1SGO decade. BANK Hufc itepotilt IJOXI.'K wanted. Highest cash prices paid.!,'.Wire collect, write or phone what you have to offer. J. E. Murphey, Republic G08-I, .815 Ycatman Avc., Webster Groves llj, Mo. Merchandise 2!) Wanted Xo Uuy PUK-WAIt -Trlcycli; wanted for .'(•'year-old child, ' Dial 3519. 2!)a Articles For S"lo Merchandise 30li JiAliV unto lied»,_.f.'(_!>»; baby auto seats, Mystis talking'boards, SI.79 up. Also lai-fiX- '.'selection of toys, THE RAODIO SHOP 180 Grand St. . .\SJuterbury DIAMONDS And Old Gold Bouiflit. Watch repairing our specialty. GRAND JEWELRY ' .132 Grand Street Dial 0-OOS2 ANTIQUE duvi-nport for salo. Good condition... Tc). 2(523, 8 to 3 mornings or 8'to' 0 evenings. OFFICE OF 3'UICK ADMINISTRATION .D<!|iurti)ii!iit uf liil'orumtlui) RATION NEWS For \Vuole nt '.September Jo-lu. It J-o.nt Found SIX wri'lt* old nil black puppy lust. Name "Chide:-" on collar. Roward. Dial SOIM. MONUMENTS Special prices on All Memorials K, RICHARDS 2CO So. Main St. Naugatuck Automotive Anton Kor Sale "JJOY Scouts—uiimpcrN, U. S. Army surplus used equipment; Pup tent $2.95; canteen with cover and cup, ?.1.00; mosskil $.75; p;tck SI.00; cartridge licit $.130. Complete set $5.00. Samel Sales corn- puny, 1-ijgb Point, N. C." JOHN'S MUSIC SHOP \ We liny,. ««ll, axcltitiiKii, itnil repair all kinds ot instruments. Lowest 'prices in the city. 3SO-382 So. Mam St., Watby, Conn. Education 3.1 Local And.PrivateTiiHtmctiirs Animals J'OillJ.r.v, KKKH H w<-'r pulluis foi' sale. Dial -1307 tween -l.-.'iO a'mJ 7 p. m. be- JIors<:« DINA SCHOOL OF Ml.'SlC STUDIOS—WATEY. •)-. r )028 053 South Main—11 Wilson Street. P.'ano — Voice — Mandolin Children. Adult.s, Advaneed, Beginners. J^ap.'d Piano Course for Adults WKSTKIIJV— I'iiniflc (yno bny horse. Will jump Rcntie but. not for beginners. Priced low for quick sale. Charles Moeclccl, Xcw Haven Road, NauKutuck. Tnl. 4.-J85. Services .'17 Business Sf:rvic«:s Hrndcrcd Services 3'rofcssional'' Services CUSTOM' RK,UJ?UOr.STKlUNG — Special 2-picce Suite *. r )3 GPvTFFJN UPHOLSTERING CO. Naugati'.ck ' ' Wanted To ^« ELECTRICAL Rf.\r.Hr\nK Scrvlc* Ap)'jHancc!i n specialty. Jlay Decker. ^02 N. Main's? Tel. 4000, OFF, IJURXKIIS clcam-d :ind ro paired, All work Kusrn.nt.ecd. Tol. 3025, Harry Churchill. • • .Instructions Acrobatc J.)ANC.I.O T "P' Toc BaJ.'room Private or Class Baton Twirling i Ri:f;in«. Leonard, 73 IS. .Main. ."I-003C J-AUL'S UMUKICLLA SHOP Umlirolliis ,t I<IKIC.IK<! .sold :IIK| n>- paireu a.t-1 Brook St., Watorbui'.v. ',',% K'rofnKhlonaf Services CIIII:nitlCN'.S—Tahli: .V- Chair Si;t.K, J-litfli Choirs, HooltiiiK Chairs, Porch Gates, and Play Pens. L.'ircrc selection of toys. Luu-cst prices in town. BEACON KIDDII2 CENTER 73 ORA.N.D ST. Wtby. Anrmals Cattle And Swim; •TKItSKY COW—niilkinic M <|iiarts. 32 Hoadley strnct. Dial Kaupra- luck 2J7.0. EXCKLLKXT JiI5UJ'?lULS'J'KK- ING and slip covers. AmaxinRrly low prices. Allen's Upholstering StuOio. Mastercraft Artixts. 3 Grand St. Watcrbury. llCn (op i/isulalinjj u-oo). All Ivp.-*. Jnsi.alled if desired. T. J. M'on- Uimbault, 530 No. Main St. Union City, Tel. 2G83. ATTICN'VIOX! DrJ<TK U-ik.Tl frir no iv KIcctroluK cleaners. Also parts nnd repairs. I. Nissen. Bcndud repairman. .'J Tercs.-x .-iv;. Dial -1S22. •10 A.m K1EVMA3PS rCavgatiick's Great Ory Cleaning Firm, offers its first class dry cleaning not only in family fjar- mcnts, bui. blankets, rup.s and olti- er spccinlties in fnis flold. KIEVMAX'S VO Church Street MEATS AND FATS GOOD INDISl^JNITELY — Red Stamps AS through ZS and ,Afl to GS in Book Four worth 10 points each. Red token;:, worth one point each, used as chanyo. Householders aru reminded that reel stamps now become valid every four weeks instead of every two weeks. Thus the number of points is reduced to in Tor every twu weeks instead of 30, No additional rod -stamps will bu validated for use before October 1. for llvu pounds for home canning; through Fob. 28, J9.15. Con.sumers may bo granted up to 20 pounds per person for home Canning maltifr appliciUiarj- on Form 'Ji-322 at.local OPA Boards. New ISngl is now in the second period for .such allotments (August I 1 through October HI). ' ACTIVK wnnuiti \vuntfd fr>r u'-'"' era I iiousi'work jr. Catholic roc- lory, ["xn-llent wafces. Write Hi'ft'iry, 2'- Hoodwlll jiveniif .V.'.-ridf'.T or Hial MiM-idun G'J and ivvri-Hi! rhi 1 charges. "A safe i>lace to buy and .sell" IS-ll HUDSON SEDAN' Only 13,000 actual milos. l.';l^.•l\;l,l•ll-^\"iat l ^lll^•\^ Inc. •1S2 ^v«tfrto\vn Avenue Dial -1-13109 1081 Ford Koadst<T for sulc. I'rloi S100. Jesse McLcllen. Dial 2371. For Sale For Salo Auto .Parts Sales Service Parts, Accessories Mnlculin W. Starr Corp. •ISS \Vatertown Avc. Dial 5-11-16 1'KOCKSS.En FOODS GOOD JNDEFINt'TKLY — Blue Stamp;; AS throtif,-)] ZS and AC to in .Book Four, woth 10 points oncli.-JJltio tokens worth one point each, used as change. ?\'o addition- ill blue stamps will be validated for use before October 1. SUGAR GOOD INDEFINITELY—StiKar Stamps 30. 31. 32 and 33 in Book Four each jjood for live pounds. SuX'ar Stamp -10 in Book Four, jrood SMOlilS GOOD INDEFINITELY—Airplane S t a m p s .No. 1 and Mo. 2 in Wai- Book Three K«od for 'onu pair of shoes each. CASOIJNK NOVEMEKR S--Last day fo r coupons y;oucl for throe ;;:illoni; .B3,' B-l. CM and C-l coupons good live fe'allons each. FUEL OIL SEPTEMBER 30—Last day period four and period five pons. All coupons worth 10 Kallons a unit. New ly-M-IO fuel oil cou- pgr.s will become KOOd for 10. gallons upon their 'receipt by the consumer from local OPA Boards. VACANT X-niiiin, oni' fiimlly IIOII-M- fur s:i!..-. (>rit rally located. Priced iv.'usu.'iiiiile. Also 10 room, 2 family hdiiifi-. L'nd floor vncant. Price i'KOO. A. Sheploy. Tel. .-'.SS. ".1 1111,1. ST., X family lioiisr, 1st riucir uvail'.ihU' for immediate or> c;ip:mcy; prico $S.500. 121 Hill St.. 3 I'/imlly house and 2-c»r i^truaa. annual incortvr from :-ir:iN. flM2. Price $7,800, S.'i; ,/o«i'ph V". Rosto. 3 L-'r.iOn St. •{••:'.. -IMS or 2DS2.^ SIX niiiin. iinii-family IHIU.M-, all improvement.-*', Johnson St. T% ( /o .'.i.iiilv house on Srott St. John Itcalv. Tel. ;*031. Contractors I'alntlner J'Al'KTt HANGING uiul ralntlnfr, W. F. Cola, 17 Cedar Street. Tel. n-ina. Believed Poor, Veteran Dies Leaving $20,000 J'AI.VTI.VG—WIAI. -lii;i; ADOI.F .1, Kinr/MA >'K\V IJAVUX KOA7) Merchandise MOVK riirhl in; first flour nf ;i !l- Mi'itn hou.-.? 1 : 'J tofM, ,*L harn and :i vMrai;' 1 , Ni<:o lorrition. A bar- Win at S.VJOiX Patsy r.ahrlola. n-.-iltor. ITU llttfi St." Dial 3'l:> n>cpiM IKIIIM- for sulo In KiillH. All modern cons. Dial 2ijr;7, St'vmfittr. T"i'i:d Anil Fuel OKDKK Now—For limited supply ot' Sf-a.soncd wood, for .stove, firn- plni'e and furnace. Also field atones, sand, gravel, one coal r;inj,-c, cne gas range, one water heater, also cedar f c iv c c and clothesline poles, and numerous other items, Li^-nt trucking and moving. Dial 2302 after -I p. m. C, S,-ilinardi, .133 So.-Main street. Wuntnl To liuv O.NK. Two and llirci' family II wjintinl. Also farms and Tol. 5031. lots. W'B HAVK IH/'VKHS for l-2-.f .'nmily hnimoH, Jos. V. Rosko, 3 L'nion st. Tel. -1028-2^52. Wauli-d To Kent Tlllil';K Koiint.H u-iuititl to ri'nt. _Sii;talili; I'm- H couple. Dial 33-12. lil'.N'l' nf -1 nr ." r(Mnn,s wiintrd, Ulal '•"71 :ifti-rnoyfis lietwccn 3 and Miichlnrry, iEleclrlc r..ATJJIiS—Several iisi-d Atliis-.South Bend and T^ogan. Also Drill ProsKos, Table and Band aaws. wood turning lathes and other machine tools. Lincoln Store, (il W. Main St. Dial Wtby, 5-OJ77. Mr. Andrews. WAR BONDS PRIVATE BUCK Omaha. Kcb. (UP)—A 7S-year- old Spanish War veteran who died last October was believed by friends i.o be penniless and without kin. Douglas County Court records now show that the veteran, Tom Limb, a former county employe, left an estate totaling about $2*0,000 which was inherited by a Da- year-old son In England who never know his father. Because- of his accepted poverty Lamb was buried for $135. For several years before his death, the Omaha Shrine carried his membership without requiring payment of dues, although Lamb had not jisked for that consideration. Among his possessions was found a key to a bank safety deposit box which contained $15,000 in cash. Tn the same bank was a chocking account for $2,605.0-1. Other property brought the value ff the estate to S19,223.(M. Letters from a nephew in Canaria written to Lamb were found which led to the search- for the son in.England. Through a British lawyer. Isabella Stanley, 82, ('.led an aflidavit stating that she was present at the wedding of her sistor, Jane Salmon, and <Torr: Lamb in 18SQ, She said they had one son. Mrs. Stanley said that Lamb was a draper . before he went to America and became a stock farmer Pie returned to marry her sister. He sailed for America again when their son was six months old and did not sec his family again. Mrs. Lamb died in 1021. A brother of Mrs. Lamb, Alan Backhouse Salmon, 8-1, of England, confirmed Mrs. Stanley's affidavit. Finally, an aflidavit was filed in i England by Charles Arnold Roy- ! ston Damb, a postman, who stated | was Tom Lamb's son, Charles Lamb produced his parents' marriage certificate and his own birth certificate. Tom Lamb never told friends about his family, After claims and axes have been paid, nearly $17,)00 will go to the son he never crew. Los Angeles A Leader In Farming Too Sacramento (UP)--Los Angeles .county i.s the "movie capital" of the wurld and a ir.ajor producer of war supplies, but doesn't wu;it the ffict that it is also one of the | leading agricultural counties in the United States to be overlooked. Figures substantiating its clfilm to farming supremacy were, cited by Sen. Sheridan Downey at a U. S. Senate committee investigation of the Central Valley Project. The hearings are preliminary to framing the future policy • of the national government reciting u> irrigation of California acres from Bureau of Reclamation facilities. According to the 10-10 U, S. Census. Downey told the committee, Los Angeles county led tfie entire country in total value of farm products with a ligure of S4G.920, 780, Prices during the year covered, 15139, wore at a low point. The California Department of Agriculture, estimates Los Angelm county produced $154,000,000 worth in jfi-13. Of the "100 leading agricultural counties" studied by the Census Bureau in 10-10. 22 were "California counties. Three other California counties hold the No 2, No. 3 ant! No. -1 positions. Lancaster county, Pennsylvania, was JVo. !i. Los Angeles county was No. I in amount of cash wage.- puid—-?10, 75-1,000 — Jlrst in production of fruits and nuts, second in value oC eggs produced, sixth in vegetables, seventh in number of domestic animals on the farm. tieyre waterwings! You know what a time I had goiting ashore at Bougainville!", ._ S T o Fun Laughing Alone, Says Encyclopedia Chicago (UP)—Laughter bene- ts thp IUIIKS. and is a cure for cccntricity and unsoclability, the Encyclopaedia Eritannica a n - nounces. LaUfrhinfr is an outlet for some forms of. superfluous energy. It helps man to forget the present and holps him to face the future. / But it. is no fun to lauRh alone, accordinc to psychologists quoted by the encyclopaedia. Laughter requires thn sympathy of M group. "It is a kind of social ragging, a method of breaking in people to the forms and conventions of society." Travel Woes Drive Doctor Back To Home About Tif) per cent of all white birth's occur in hospitals. Denver (UP;—Dean Maurice H. l^ees of the Colorado university school of medicine was a victim of crowded travel conditions recently. Dr. Rocs had started to a medical meeting in California \yhen his troubles began. He slipped' "on' a peach pec! at thp Union Statjon^.ln Danvrir, injuring his knee, but 'he caught thp train. When he reached Ogdcn, Utah, the next day, Dr. Kees' knee began bothering him, so he sought treatment at a hospital. He was Informed that he would have to bo. under a doctor's care before receiving hospital room. He complied with this requirement in short order, but Upon returning to the. hos- pita!, was Informed that a room wouldn't be ready Until October. He obtained a hotel room, and a day passed without his being able to get passage to California. Then the hotel clerk informed'Dr. Roes that his room had been rented to someone else for the night; so. in desperation, he stayed at the vail- way station until he was ablo to get a ticket back homo.. tlVX KAWVEn WHAT/ YOU HAVEN'T HEARD ABOUT OUR CUTE LITTLE BLONDE REFUGEE FKOM THE £f PHILIPPINES THAT'S ENOUGH. JOE. DON'T GET HIM EXCITED. SHE'S STRICTLY G.I, AHO DOESN'T THE NAVY. PERHAPS SAWYER TO NOTICE THAT m A WOMAN. I WONDER MARY? WHO IS MABY ? INTERESTED I 5 LONG AS HAVE MARY TRYING TO PUMP SAWYER ABOUT THE COBRA GAL JIM? JJy I'.VCr. HOBINSON - } IN WITH ETTAS'OLD MAM." OV=C2-7O VxJi TOW =M=!2Y CA<2 AWAY- FCST' JJy KOBEIIT STOK>. SO FA3 , $O SOOC ... PRISON CAMP HAS ITS WONDcf? WHO FLICKS WHIP DOT MCNKEV-SHlfJE HEIL WEIL: MEH.J WEIL: BAMNEY COOGLuK AND SNUFFY III.IIMIIIIIIMIMH Bir.T.Y DE BECK 0\J£R TO R\G.HT COlON£L wo VJJ&K5 OF IN BRING Hl(Y\ O'CLOC'ki THE MOQN- VE9. • A COOED (Y\eS5ft<b£ P\G£ON - - - TO FLAT TOP'X" IN SOUTH PP\OF\C - VJJH&M By WTJLt.lA3r KITT and CLARENCE GHAt r, CMIEF MEN OF SAMAR STARE-IN STUPEFACTION I AT bRATDA ANb MANTU, IMERT BEFORE THE GOLDEN THRONE fiAMBLEDANDWCT HI6.1FE NONSENSE-' WHERE 15 TARPA? ND SKEBTER By WA1XY UlSItOf There are !>-il draft boards in the continental U. S. with less than 1,000 registrants each. PAPPY SGZ AM' GOTTA Quif ' FOOTBALL^ ITS TOO •L OAMSEEOUS' SOSM,£FFIE MAE.'WE WEEO :YOU OM TUE TEAM ~ YOU ! 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