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TUBgDAY, 8EPTEMBER 19, 1944 i- NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS Page Seven ADS If You're Looking For RESULTS - - - Advertise In The NEWS Jf You're Looking for a BARGAIN it \vlk'ii you Ail in thu Satiijiiliick l>aily Xcws prepaid ftQ/» 3 lines rate Ut>1 ' 3 days CALL 2228 Today "Ifft I'ruflliihlc" For Kent Wanted To TIIKKIi: Uoonis u-iinliMl to Suitable for ;i couple. Dial 3 ri>nt. TURKIC nr four room iipKH.moiit wanted. Dial :!02.|. after G p. t\\. 11111 GiiruKo Vur Unit ~~~ Automotive Auto .Turin <i.\UAC,J'j to alrcct near •Mil. rent on Y. M. C. Church A. Dial DODGE — PLYMOUTH AUTHO.R1ZKD Snlcs Service Pm-le. Accessories Malcolm W. SliHT Corp. ISR Watertown Avc. .Dial S-ll-IG Announcements Personals H.AVI-: A KKC'OKP MAPI-; of your voice :it our booths. Mecca Co., 20" Hank street. Tel. WutcrlHiry IT > i-lilcr (lini- :i>tuin. Wo miiko it fro."h every duy. Also do custom ddrr making. VVm, K. iSfluldgi 1 !'.. ^''•"' v -Haven road. WIVES! WANT 1'KI' Ontrcx Tonir Tablets pep up weak liooU'K laoiiing iron; also contain, vitamin ''•'• calcium. Trial si-/, only y'< ci'nts. At all druggists— In .Viiiifraruck, (it Allen's Cut, Kate nml N:iui:a!u(_-k Drug. Pro- r\. £>. Employment IIrip Wimtocl—Male FIN cl l>y Church street. TWO men wantrd, pnrt time morn- i.'iKS, 7 a. in. to .1 p. m. Apply PoliT Paul Inc. TWO rX|«Tll'tH-r<l tlllI»>k«'l>pfr.H wuiitod. Apply Box "R" cai-c of The Xcws. 2 Help Wnntcfl—Fvnmlo M'OM.AN wiintod for general hniisi- v.-ovk and to care for child. Live in. Own room, Wages SJ.00.00 month. Dial 5130 before G p, m. daily. IVO.M.\.V fnr ifpnornl lioii*fwork In .Viddlebury. Weelc days onl> I'art or full time. Good wages Call \Vtby. -I-2I7. 1 . Mrs. Mungor. NOTICE District Of Naugatuck, ss. bate Court, September ISLh 19-H. ESTATE OF Harry H. Shelley aka H. Howard Shelley, late of Natigatuck, in stiid District, deceased. Upon the application of Ttoy Smuland praying that an instrument in writing purporting to be the last will and testament of said deceased may be proved, approved, allowed and admitted to probate, as per application on flic more fully appears, it is ORDERED—That said npplica. tlon be heard and determined at the Probate OKlce in Naugatuck, in said District, on the 30th day of September A, D. 19-H, at 11:00 o'clock in the forenoon and that notice be given of the pendency of snld application, and the time and place of hearing thereon, by publishing the snmo once in some newspaper having a circulation in said District, and by posting a copy thereof on the public sign-post in the town of Naugacuck, in said District, and by sending, postage prepaid, a like notice to each of the known heirs residing outside '.his District at least five days before said assigned. STEPHEN J, SWEENEY, . Judge. Contractors Merchandise and W.K ARK SIII! J I'IVG nil kinds liny J'i'oin Vcnr.'jnl. New Yor state mid 'Cannda, Ask for pric C.M. Reliable Fuel and Grain,Co C Church Street. Dial B070.-, Machinery, Xlloctrlc. •• PAPER IIANG1NO VV, IT. Cola, 1? Tel. 5-1 , r ,b. and PaiiitlilK, Cedar Street. ADOI.F ,1, >'E\V HAVEN HOAD Merchandise Feed And Fuel OKD.I5H Now—For limited supply of Moasoneci wood, for stove, 1'iro- plru:c and furnace. Also- field stones, sand, g-iiavel, one coal range, cne gas range, one water heater, also collar fence clothesline [joles, and LAXHES—Suvcriil iinml AMim-SmiM Bend and Logan, Also. Drll Pi'es.se.s, Table and Band saws wood turning lathes and 'othoi machine tools. Lincoln Store. -Cl W. Main St. .Dial Wlby. 5-0177 Mi-. Andrews. HniiNclioId Articles •'''•' COM-PI-KTK ho mo furnishing* bought for cash. Highest rrices paid for electric refrigerators, washers, and stoves, regardless of condition. Fivmcis Fi.imi.turc Co. 4-19 NORTH MAIN STRKKT Telephone 3000 sale reasonable. ITS' Meadow fur St. Merchandise Cl<i til LADIES' & GENTLEMEN'S SUITS Tailor made, S2S.75. New Fall and Winter Styles, JOHN MAGONE S97 N, Main St. Wan ted To Buy DIAMONDS And Old Gold Bought. Watch repairing our'specialty. GKAND JEWELRY JJ2 Grand Street Dial 5-OOS2 BANK unto ac.potilt IIOXVH u anted. Highest -'.cash- prices paid'. Wire collect; -write or phone what you have to offer.-J. E. Murphcy, Republic GOS^, 8.15 Yeatman Ave.. Webster'Groves IB, Mo. Merchandise 2M.-1 Arb'cfen For ONITEIl FMIWII.V (,Tra.v) comhina- tion oil and' gas stove. Dial -173C after 5.p, m. 'VANT to I>H,V. postage tttiinip 1 " 1 ami accumlations: Write J, A. Gau- thlur. 111 StiHwcl) Dr., Plainville. Articles For Sale and "numerous other items. Lignt trucking- and moving. Dial 2SU2 arie:- 4 p. m. G. Salinardi, 53S So. Main street. FOB Sjiln cliwip, O-jiieoo illnl/i^- room set. Call at Putters, Prospect St., Naug-aluclc R. F, D. No.2. Philippine women were granted the rifrht to vote in 3933. Surrender Flag Greets Yanks NOTICE For Sale J louses J-'or Stile VACANT .x-rimn:, one family housi fur Siilo. Centrally located. Priced r«vmi>n.'i!>!e. Al.so 10 room, 2 fam- \\y house. 2r.d floor vacant. Price fSSOO. A. Shcploy. Tel. 2-133. •iT MILL ST.. S futility h.iiisp, 1st fluor available for Immediate occupancy: price .8.300. See Joseph V, KosUo. 3 Union St. Tel. -ini'S or 20S2. 3 KAMILY M n«i:n lioiim: ,'{-rar S.'irfijir, extra lots. tiEl Johnson St. 2 family house, .vtain St., Befi- con Kails. 2 family house. Highland Ave. John Healy. Dial 5031, .MOVK rich I In; first floor of n .0- mom house: 2 lots, a barn find it Kariifjo. Xlce location. A bar- Kain at ."S'l^OO. Patsy Labi'lola. n-iiltor. 172 High St. Dial 3-138 or ,'^3-t. >'f-!\\' si.\ room house for sJ»U- in Rnacon Falls. All modern con- vriiii-ncr-M. Dial 2U37. Seymour. >V:mtcd To Buy O.VK. Two and three fmnlly IIOII.HCH wanted. Also farms and lots T*'I. r,031. M'K HAVK BfYISKS for 1-2-H family housCH. Jos. V, Rosko, 3 L'nion St. Tel, '1028-2902. fjiml For 5alc liUII.DI.Nd lolM for sain, (II) x I III, Andrew avenue, 75 x 2.10, Miin- noi'H avenue. T-tann Nisscn, Mannil's avi-nun. Olal 0'633. BKTJ/A.VV— cii»i«;i. iionnvsin-s. Ono or miirr- acres. State Hlfth- way opposite I'ublic library. Ifi minutc-M lo IS'tiiiKiituck. Liberal District of NnugfitucU, ss. Probate Court, September ISth, 39-1-I. Estate of Winfrcd G. Booth, late of Naupatuck, within said District deceased. • \VHEREAS, Application has boon mncle to this Court for permission to sell certain real estate belonjr- ln« to said estate, as application on file more fully appears, it is OP.DERED, That the rorcpoinft application be heard and determined at the Probate Office in Naupatuck on the 23rd day of September 19-14. at 11 o'clock in the forenoon and the Court directs said Administrator to prive notic to all persons interuslcd in said estate to appear, if they see cause, anc; be heard thereon, by pub'.i.sh- inp this order once in a neu-s- paper having a circulation in said dis'riet. alt'J by leaving \^'ith or iling in registered letters, posl- o prepaid, from .VaujtaiucU, n copy of this order to :ill parlies interested and residing without the Probate District of Xauf,*alucl<. ind to the Guardian ad Litem, all on or before -ne 10th day of September, A. D. 10-1-1, and return lake to the Court -jf notice jtriven. Attest, STEPHEN J, SWEENEY, Judfje. Hu.slness Announcetnents 5A1JV auto hods, ,$:;_!»»; baliy :iii<" seats, Myalls talking boards, $1.70 up. Also larsre selection of toys. 'HE RAJ3IO SHOP ISO Grand St. W.-iterbuiy [1 S—Tiililo .V Chair Sets, High Chairs, Rocking Chairs, Porch Gates, and Play Pens. Large selection of toys. Lowest prices in town. BEACON KIDDIE CENTER | 73 GRAND ST. Wtby, JOHN'S .MUSIC SHOP \Vo buy, well, exchange, and rnp:ilr nil kinds of instruments. Lavr- est prices in the city, 380-382 So. MM in St., Watby, Conn. Education 31 I,ocal An<5 Private Instructors JL^UUl.U.llUIL It'iu. Instruction* . Acrobatc .JJj^QfcJ 'Tap, Toe Ballroom Private or Cla-SH Eaton Twirling" Rcijina Leonard, 73 E.' Main. !3-001, r Animals :ili Caltic And Swine .IKKSKY COW — milking M quiiTls. . 32 Ho.-idJcy street. Dial Nauga.- tuck 2179. Services 37 Business Services Itemlercd I'AUK'S UMBRELLA SHOP Unihrollas Ai Iiicrguge sold nncl Tn- paireuat-1 Brook' St.. Walerbury. 38 K'rofojtNlonaf Services EXCELLKXT JKEUI'HOLJSTEK- cervices :(8 3'rorcNKionnl Service* CUSTOM nEUJmOLSTElUNG — Special 2-picco Suite *5» GRIFFIN UPHOLSTEPais'O' CO. Naugntnck ' . 4690 S!» Wonted To Rcnocr ffcrvlceB KLEC'ritrC/tb Ac(iafrlnir Servlo* Appliances PL specialty. Ray Decker, 402 N. Main St. Tel. 400P. OIL BUHNERS cleaned and ro- p.'xircd. All 1 -work j^usranlced.' Tel 3025, Harry Churchill. ATTIiMION! Order* token for new Elcctrolux cleaners. AI»o parts and repairs. I. Ni»scn. J2ooc.'cd repairman. 3 Teresa »vc. Dial -J822. •10 Cleaning And Dyclnc ' KJEVMAX-S . * BUI' WAIt BONDS. A.NJ} STAMPS DIN A SCHOOL OF MUSIC STUDIOS—W,\TBY. -1-0028 003 South Main—11 Wilson Street Piano — Voice — Mandolin Children, Adults, Advanced, Beginners. Hapid Piano Course for Adults low prices, Allen's Upholstering Studio. Maslei-craft Artists. 1 Grand St. Watorbury. Dial •J-06-1.'; •COMPM5TK line of Kyani/.c paints and Varnishes. Also, Dutch Eov Load. Kaugatuck's Great Dry Cleinlnn Firm, offers its first clsuss^. dry cleaning not only in fjunl!y''Rnr- nients, iui blankets, rups and other specialties in Jhls field. Church Street BUT; SAVVVEB ROY CRANK NOW YOU'RE ON THE 6EAM, AN&EL ETTA K:ETT l' - IiiUtTiiiK from the uppi'i- window „! a German hoin.-, | n a vill-iRu nut far from tilt- hordi-r town of Aacliftn, (His ^vliitc ri;i K of surrender ffrcutod a.lvancin^' Yank tr u o r is. Although the German |,eopl Ix-.jn tinkTrd hy Hitler to fi^'lit to the oiiil, tlies« t.iwnsp,-opl- ilrchled that tlsoy have had onoujrh. U .S. .i;i (liilrnntional) have have Corps Kndiopholu. /^WI.DAD/SAW OLD DOCTOR MAY^ 1 - BEI?f?y-HE A'ASTAKING DOWN HIS IE.*/ PAUL ROBIXiSON Jottings By A Reporter On Pacific Front MONUMENTS Special prices on All Memorials <V. RICHARDS 2GO So. Main St i Kautratuck By ritANClS McCAIlTI-IY Unilocl f'n.'.ss \Var C'ori'i'spdiidc.-iit Advanced Allied Headquarters, Xcw Guinea (UP) — Men; and there the Southwest Pacific area in the cou:-iie of IL stx-\vnek tour ot the world's second largest island (if Australia is considered to be a continentj: Automotive M Autos For Sale "A safe place lo buy and sell" 1M.L HUDSON SEDAN Only 13,000 actual miles. Pack.-i.nl-Wuierl.Miry, Inc. >132 Wtitortown Avenue Dial -1-G109 Mil Trnilcrs JIM:.' Nutlonal house traili-'r. :i» ft. -On Sovmour-Southbury highway. Oxford, cornrr Hogsback road. PRIVATE BUCK First U. S. Army nurses have arrived in district f-Iolland.'ii for duty. We ran across, a group of them the other day at the -13rd Field Hospital, of which the commanding officer is ilaj. John Gtierin of Chicago, 111. Maj. Guerin, overseas f-Ji- the past 30 months, had his internship at St. Anthony Hospital, Chicago, Seventeen nurses ai-0 under his jurisdiction, most of them from Wisconsin and Michigan. Thirty-one other nurses have, however, been assigned to him for duty, while another 31 nurses ni-e quartered in the stimc general area. Adjutant to the major is 2nd Lt. A, H. Olson, also of Chicago, who serves as special service officer. Lt. Olson, a lawyer in civilian life, has been in the service for 2S months,'the last six of which have- been spent overseas. Chief of Surgery at the '13rd Field, situated, by tho way, on the side or 13. hill, is Maj. John W. Ashworth of Coeburn, V;u, who interned in Baltimore, Md. We found Maj. Ashworth and his assistant, Capt. Clarence T. Kristiansen I to be veterans of 30 months of foreign duty—all of them attached 10 the 1-th Station Hospital commanded by .Maj. J. P. Grior of iiv.inston. J11.—namely, Mary A. Marietta of Boston. -Mass,, the only New Eiijjlandcr in the group; Mary C. Kin of Forest, O.. who trained in Toledo ond at Detroit, Mich,, and F, lili/.abcth Jay of Danville. 111. The girls were talking tn one of tho "juniors" of ihc group, Gladys .M. Hovland of Ta- conin, Wash., who turned out to be a. close friend of an in-luw of ours. The girls' "i-cc hall." "tin-root'ea, as we said before, had a cement Clooi-, walls of burlap and a few stray scatter ri.'gs, and battered "lounge" chairs. A tiny "bar" at the end of the hall, however, furnished the required "States-side" uch; at least to a certain extent, Seme of the "llgures of yesterday" we ran into On the Wcwalt- Aitape front included Lt. Col. "Monk" Myers, of West Point and All-Amcricar. football fame; Gro~ ver Whalcn, Jr., of the New York World's Fair Whalens, a private in the Air Corps, and Pt-maa "Mike" Moran. tho Third, Now-York tuy- lioater.s hy that name. HE 5 BEEN ' HERE FIFTY V2AR5.' THATS A LOT OF ^ PILLS-" mi f 6UFWHAT Asourms PATIENTS? I MEAN HE CANT JUST UP AND QUIT.." I OH, HE'LL GET SOME YOUNGl ' jCOCTOPTOCOME IN r WHATi SECRET AGENT X9 91-s DER FUEWRcf? vOULD BE A5UAMSO TO KNOW POT ONLY VM AMONG YOU I LCVAL ENOUC-H TO 6!LfNCE D\S FLASSy By ROBERT STOBlK ' JA* VOu UNO I, VE "^ rzi> RAllKEY GOOGL.K AND SNUFFY SMITH UJE GOT C\ COOED U. S. Cares For Children Of War- Working Mothers New York, (UP;—Uncle Sam is helping to take care of an inci-ea.s- ing number of children in riroas where labo: 1 is scarce and mothers are employed in war work, the magazine .Business Week reports. Since the program started in August. 10-12. tho government has expended S3(\023.271 for muj'iHe- nanco and operation of the centers of i and ?2,'[-J7,-14l for new construc- opcrntlnjr on n Japanese I ;jon. dispatch rider, captured in the The number, of children cared general vicinity of Mnnokwari ' for has increased from -.13,000 last when one of our PT's sank the i September to 120.3fi8. GEN£RftL IS LOCKED \N T'.iERE, TUV1N' TO 6CT IN VMLL BILLS ' SPIRIT By BILLY DE BECK V, GOOGLE\! UJH-UJUKT TVlftT S\CK£NltvlG TUUO "Who> are you doing? Those aren't the drums I said to fill with oil!" barge in which he was u passenger. Walking up tho hill to get a look at the Nurses' Quarters enclosed hy barbed wire and guarded by husky MJ?'s we ran into Capt. Norma M. Miller of Onckama, Mich,, who is chief, nurse at the- <l3rd, and some of her girls, including Georgia M, I van of £ of Chicago, Elaine N. Ntccros of Grand Rapids, Mich., and Helen A, Chrzan of Milwaukee, Wis. Under the 1 careful supervision of L,t. Olson we continued our inspection of the nurses' "bivouac area," encountering, in a tin-roofed "roc hall," a second group of "eyefuls," including Viola I... Jnnes of Belleville, Kan.: Georgia L. Walker of Barbdrton, O.. arid Margaret Matvy of Portage, Pa., which is near Johnstown, llargai-et, prior to coming overseas, lived for four years with relatives in St. Louis, Mo. All of the aforegoing had beer, overseas approximately 113 months. But the girls who were really "sweating- out rotation" turned out - Tbo number- of children cared for hns increased from '13,000 last September to 129.358. In Detroit, -IT nurseries each month care for an average of 1.175 youngsters from two to five, yours old, and 30 canteens keep l.OOO teen-age boys and girls out of .mischief. Kansas City operates 10 nursery centers and 2-1 school-age centers. Now Orleans has 14- centers and Richmond,- Cal., has 27. COMING HOME Fort Dcvcns, Mass.. Sept. 19 — CUP)—It's "Home. Sweet Homo" for 100 Now England combat veterans, of the European and Pacific battle-fronts. The group is starting a 21 - day rotation furlough, after arriving at Fort Dov- cns. Included ar.e army fliers, and roguinr army troops who have served two cntlistmenls. AFTER! DROP TO THE BM.CONY WAND DOWN'THE' MIRROR.' By WILLIAM RITX nnd CLARENCE GRA1 SKKKTEll QUIET, YOU GOON- DO YOU WANT US A closed sea.'.'in on deer in Massachusetts in ICO-! was believed to have been the first game low' os- lablished in the -United States. D1SHOV IN SCRIMMAGE: &Y TWAT, CANNON 'BALL HEAD OF HERS - I GAVE WER TMAT ^ TO SOFTEN THE BUD* WIT '/^- —s-^\^n" ^ 3

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