Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on September 20, 1944 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, September 20, 1944
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20. 1944 NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS Page Seven' Anything To Sell? Advertise In TtoNews! Someone Is Looking For It '•• • ' • ' ' • ^ Personals ''! WIVKS: WANT (.WON Tuiilf Tiitili'1.1 pop U|> Ihiilion l:u-k!ng iron; also c vitiinun SI. i-uU'ium. Trial only :>•> o'ntri Niiujraliiok In At ail at Allen's Cut I'Kt wenk sb'.i- .Kate H.VKN DANCING At Cn'i'ti Ai-res, Watcrbury-Prus- ,,0,,-t liii;li»"iy Jlt '''roapoct every Frul.-iy !ii»l Saturday night. Steve 1-YiTiKvi's orchestra. I'crcy Knos. •,1'onil'tr". JBVK A IJKCOUn MADIC vf your Vimv "I I'lU' booths, Mecca Music CD.. "C" ftink street. Tel. -1-'1-12'_ If You're Looking for a BARGAIN ll find it Avliui you plnco an j\d in the N':>H!.v;Uiu-U.J);iiiy News prepaid £1*3^, 3 lines rate VOl, 3 days CALL 2228 Today "It's 'frofiUllili!" Announcements .Noticed For Sale IT |> i-iil<-r lime niriiiii. We nililt it fn'!<a ovi'ry day. Also' do cvtu- toiii ciJci 1 makinK. Wm. !>'. Srlnlili,'!'!!. • N ' tlW itavi'ri road. Employment Help \Viint«l—.Main men «'ant<Ml, purl tluir . " "• '"• tu - 1 !'• "i. Paul t'"--. imirn- Apply Apply csii'e of llrlp Wnutfil—FcuuUo IVA.VTI'M)—Snk-s clrl.H for iiflci- si-tuii'l and Saturday*. Must be M years of n.k'e. Also Sales LHdu'.i \Vimtivl It! to (if) yeni'd of a Hi 1 , t'ull or part time. Also stock lui.v wnntvd :'or after sichool, must ho li 1 . ytvirs of uco. G. C. .Murphy Co.. I'huri'h street. n'O.M.AN wanted for KoiiiM'al housc- wo'k to can.' for child. Live jr.. Own riMni. U'n^osi $100.00 mon'.h. Oial ilOD before G p. ill. diiily. I I-at\tl For Sule HUll.niNG lots for sale, (in x no, Andrew avenue, 75 x :t'.LO, Mar.- nei'.s avenue. 1-innn Nis-scn, Manners avenue. Dial G'635. For Rent Wsnitcd To Hunt .' Tiooiiis »"intc<l to rriil. Suitable for a. couple. Dial 33-12. 'I'llKICI') or four rmmi i>partnn-nl wanted. Dial 302-1. after C p" m. I).i For llcnt OAHAGK to siti-eet near 30.1.1. rent Y, M. on C. Clnirvl A. Diai Announcements J.«.-)C:il Notices NOTICE WO.MA.V fur K 1 '"' 1 ' 1 ;'! liousi-wiirlc Jn ilicldli-bury. \Voelc clays only. I'.ii-i or full time. Good wapcu. Call U'tby, -I-2.17J. Mrs. Mun^cr. .AUT-TI.MI-; liispi-clnr \vlth first :ud tnuninir. d lo 11 p. m. Ad- lir.-s.-i Hox "X," .caro 01" The NVws. For Sale KDIIM-M For VACANT M-ri>iitu, otu- fimilly linii-a- tin' nnlr: C'cn!r:tll.v located. Pricrd ri'iisc.mM.'. Also .10 room, 2 family house-. 'Jnd floor vacant. .Price S'l'ft". A. Shi-pley. Tel. 2-133. .MO\'li rlffln in; rlrsl flimr vacant, !>-rooni. 2-family h-mse; 2 lots, a I'-irn imil a Karnire. N'ice loea- (inn. ,A hnrRiiln lit Srj.200. Patsy Lalu-iolrt, realtor, 172 ili^h St. Dial 3-tuM or "),S3-1. FOR SA1,K—Two-ramlly IKIIISI- on Hillside avenue. Four'rooms on cnch floor. Telephone 27S1 after 'i p. m. dally. " !T lilt.I. ST., ,'{ family IIOIIM-. .!>(. floor available for Immediate uc- ni[iani:y; price ..s.riOO. See Joseph V, f-:osko, 3 Union Sit, Tel. J?2» or 2Ci.'2. KA.MII.V l-t rorun, 3-c'ar K.'T.'ik'p. extra lots, (ifi Johnson St. 0 f.imily house, Main St.. T3ca- con Kails. 2 family house. Hii'h- l.-inil AVI-. John Healy. Dial 5031. M'',W six riinm housi 1 fur siili- li Bi-aron Ki^Is. All modern c-an- vonii'nces. Dial 2(J37, Seymour. District of Naiifcntuck, ss. Probate Court. September 15th A. D, 10-1-1. ESTATE OF Maria Fonsco.i. latn of Nauwauck, in said District, deceased, L/'pon (ho application of Ixidro Konsi'c.-i pruyinfr that letters of administration may be granted on said astute, as per application on die morn fully appears, it is ORDERED— That said application he heard and determined lit (ho Prob.'tio. Ollice in ?v';ai^'atuc):, in said District, on the 2(ith day of September A. D. lO-M, at two o'clock in the afternoon and thitt notice- be jjivon of the pendency uf ,-::iid applic-ation, ntid the time and place of hctirinj,' thereon, by publishing the same one time in sonic m.-wspaprr having a circuUUion in said District, and by posting a copy thereof on the public siffn-post ;n j the town of NauKiituck. in s; District, .'incl by sendijif,', postni'c prepaid, u like notice to the Guard ian ad I-iten'. and to each of the known heirs residing outside thlu District at least three days before said dny assigned. Lenore O'Connor Tampellini. Clerk, NOTICE District of Naugatuck, ss. Probate Court, Sontcm.Mer Kith A. P 19-1-1. ESTATE OF Marylou Phillips, of Naiigatuck in said District, minor. • Upon the application of John Phillips praying that'he may be au- ihori/.od to compromise and settle a doubtful and disputed claim in favor of said estate as per application on tile morn fully appears, it is OR75ISRED, That said application be heiu-d and determined at the Probate Olllcc in Nnugatuo.k in said District, on the 2Gth day of September A. D. l'J-1-l at 2:15 o'clock in the afternoon, and that notice he given of the pendency of said application, and the time nnd place of hearing thereon, by publishing this order once in some newspaper having a circulation in said District, also by leaving with 01- by mailing in registered letters, postage prepaid from Naugntuck. a copy of this order to all parties interested and'residing without tho Probate District of Naugntuck, on or before the 21st clay of September, .19-M. Attest: Lenorc O'Connor Tampcllini. : Clerk. Announcements ' I'J BliMlneuit Aiiiiounceinbiito MONUMENTS i. Special prices on All Memorial* ff. RICHARDS 260 So. Main St. Naupatuck : Automotive 14 Aulott For Salo' . . "A safe place to buy and sell" 10-11 HUDSON -SEDAN Only 13,000 actual miles.. - .Puck.'ki'd-Wutcrbiiry, Inu. '•, 1S2 'Watertown Avenno Dinl ,1-filAO Merchandise 2!) Wanted To Buy DIAMONDS And Old Gold Bought. • Watch repairing our specialty. 1 GRAND JEWELRY 112 .Grand Street Dial S-OOS2 •BANK sufc tfcposlt boxvN wanted. Highest cash prices paid. Wire . collect, write or phone what you • have to offer, J, E. Murphey,' Ro- public G084, 815 Yeatman Avc,,. Webster .Groves. 1«, Mo. WANT to-;bny postage stamps and aeeumlatfons.; Write J.. A. Gau- thfrr 111 ' Kl'illurnll • Dr T>tfM»i>,ill.i Merchandise Article?! For Salo UNITED Ffmvay (gray) combination oil and gus stove. Dial -173G after .'j p. • m. .10 «"S—Table .V Cliair Sets, High Chairs, Rocking Chairs, Porch Gates, and Piay Pens. Large selection of toys. Lowest prices in town. BEACON KIDDIE CENTER 73 GPvAND ST. Wtby. Mil Trailers !)•!;! National trailer:- 1H ft On Seymour-Southbury highwa;- Oxford, corner Hogsbitclc road. IS Alitu Part.s NOTICE District of NaiiRatuck, ss. Probate Court, Sc-plember 18th. 19.M, Estate of Adam Ko;:icki. l;itc of Naupatuck, in said District, de- Ceased. The Court of Probate for the Histi'ict of Nniitffuuelt hath limited and allowed six months from oale hereof ror the creditors o:" said estate to exhibit their clnlms for settlement. Those who neplcct to present their accounts, properly attested, within said lime, wil be debarred a recovery. All per sons Indebted to said Estate an requested 10 mnlce immediate payment to STANISL.AW KOZICKI, J-Js i-TospccL Street, Naujjatuck, Conn. Adminislralor 'er Order of Court. Attest: Stephen J. Sweeney, JudKC. DODGE — PLYMOUTH AUTHORIZED Sales Service Parts, Accessories Mfilcoliir W. Starr Corp. . •ISS Watcrtown Avc. Dial 5-li'lG Contractors : 301- Articles BAUY iiiito-).hG(l'K, .<::)_!)»; h:ihy auto seats, Mystis-lalking; boards, ?1.79 • up. Also large selection of toys. THE RADIO SHOP ISO Grand'St. Wa'tcrbury Combination ijtpvrj (<u- sale. Good condition. Heats water. 50 South Main St.,'.NauK.'ituck. No. Apart. 3, after 3 p. in. Painting ARISH HANGING un<i r W. F. Cotu, 17 Cedar- Tol. 5-lf«>. Street. Painting PAINTING—DIAL J2IWJ ADOLF .J, KUDZMA N1C\V rtAVIC.Y 11OAD Merchandise Feed And Furl FOR SAI-E-rBluclc. kitchen rang.-, combination'-oil and gas. Price fl.0',00. Telephone '2781'after .6 p. m. daily. JOHN'S MCSIC SII01» We buy, si.-ll, exchange, and repair air kinds of instruments. Lowest prices in the city. 380-382 So. Mum St., Watby, Conn. Education 31 Local And Private InstrinitorM Jiducation :;2ii Instructions Acrobatc 'DANCE Ta 'P- Toc Ballroom Private or Class Eaton Twirling Rogina Leonard, 73 E. Main. 3-0015 Services S7 ItnsinCKH Services llcnilerrxl J'AUL'S UMBttKM-A SJIO1? Unilirollus A liiirgraKc Mild :mU rc- p.-iircu at -1 Brook St., Watcrbury. US 1'rofcnxlonnt Services • •' EXCELLENT JlKDrMOfcSTEK- INO and slip covers. Amazingly low prices, Allen's. Upholutcrjng Studio. Mastercrajt Artists. 1 Grand St. Waterbury. Dial 4-06-15 Services •M 2»rorcsNlonal Service* . CUSTOM IlKCnior.STKKrNG.;— Special 2'pfoc<? Suite *59 GRIFFIN UPHOLSTERING CO. Nauf*.ittick «6«0 39 Wanted To Render Rervloec- ELECTRICAL Acimlrlnr Scrvfcw Appliances n specialty. R»y Decker, 402 N. Main St. Tel. 4000, Oil. BUKNKttS denned and' 'repaired, All work guaranteed. Tel. 3025, Harry Churchill. ATTENTION! Order* taken for nc\v Eloctrolux cleaners. Al»o parts and repairs. I. rVJ««en. Bonded repairman. 3 Teresa ave. Dial -1822. ' — . COMl'l.lSTK line of Kyani/.e p:iin(,s and Vaj-nishes. Also, Dutch-Boy ?-ead. DINA SCHOOL OF MUSIC STUDIOS—WATBY. 4-0028 5G3 South Main—11 Wilson Street Piano — Voice — Mandolin Children, Adults, Advanced. Eecin- V A/ A D D /"VKI P\ C ners. Rapid Piano Course for Adults VY /~\ I\ Q V^/ I N Lx D Cleaning And KIEVMAN'S uck'B Great Dry ClcanlnR Firm, offers its first class dry cleaning not only in family garments, but blankets, rugs and other spccinlties in this field. KIEV-MAN'S T6 Church Street BUZ SAWVKH By ROV CTIANB And Found NOTICE H'untod To liny O.VK, TU-II iind Ihrco family II wnir.ed. Also farms and To!. S'131. W'K IIAVK Hi;VKKS for 1-2-,'t family housc.s. Jos, V. Rosko, 3 L'nidti St. Tol, •1D2S-2052. For UCTIIA.NV — C)inlin- linini>>>lto.s, Onn f.r ninr'i> acrfs. Std.te Hltfh- «'.'iy opposite Ptcbllc librnry. IS mliuur-:i !o Naii V WAIi ISOM>S ANT) STAMPS District of NatiKatuck, ss. Probate Court. .September .'If'th. '10-I-I. ESTATt: OF Krank P. Kiely aka Frnricis P. Kiely, late of rs'nti tuck in said District, deceased. The Executor hnvinfr exhibited hi.s ndministration account with said estate to this Court for allowance. It is OP.DEP,ED--Thnt the 2fith day of September A, D. 19-M, at 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon at the Pro- b.-ite olllcc in iS'«uc.'atuck, be and the same Is assip-ncd for a hearing on the allowance of said Administration Account with said Estate, and this Court directs the Executor to cite all persons interested therein to appear at said time and place by publishing this order in some newspaper published in New Haven County nnd having a. circulation in suit! District, and posting a copv on the public si^rn post in (ho town of Xa Ufa tuck, where the cleconsod last dwelt, and by send- in),' .po.itafc nropuid, a like notice to nil parties Interested residing: outside this 'District at least three days hot'ore said day assigned. L/nnore O'Connor TaniDcllini, Clerk. ,OST—IJiinlj Hniik >'o. 4l,:i:il on -\ati(.:at uck Savings nunk has been lost. Any person having- claims on said book is called upon to present the same to the bank within two months or the same book will be declared cancelled and extinguished, ani a new one issued in lieu thereof. Dated ,-it Naugatuck, Conn., Sept. 2. 10-1-1. Sept. 1G & 30. Now—For limited supply of seasoned wood, for sto^o, firc- plar.e and furnace. Also field stones, sand, gravel, one coal ranfrc; one jnvs ranjre, or.o water heater, also cedar f .e me e 'ync! clothesline poles, and numerous other items. LiRht trucking and moving. Dial .1302 after -1 p. in. G, Salinardi. D3S So. Main street. \ USED TO KNOW ft BUZ SAW&R IN 1EXAS UN1- NERSITV. I WONPER IF HE'S THE SAME JMachlnery, F.lix;trlc LATMI.CS—Several used Alias-South Bend and LoR-un, Also Drill Presses, Table and Band saws, wood turniiiK lathes rind other machine tools. Lincoln Store. C.I W. Main St. Dial Wtby. C-0177. Mr. Andrews. ETTA IvETT ill IF OLD DOCTOR 1 MAY^V ! J 5EPRY IS GOING TO p: '! RETIRE - AVOUNG l^-i DOC7OQ MUSf BE GOING IDTAi^E g^«-"[TVE SIMPLY GOT m^mmK PAUL KOBIXSON IFousuTinld Articd's COMJfLKTK home bought for cash. Highest prices paid for electric refrigerators, washers, and stoves, regardless of condition. Francis Furniture Co. 4-19 NORTH MAIN STRRET Telephone 3000 LOST — Bank IJn</l< >'o, 4«3TO o» N'tiUKaluclt Saviny-s Bank has been lost. Any person having claims of said book is called upon to present the same to the bank wilhin ura months or the same book will be. declared cancelled and c.viiiiffuislicd. find ti new one issued in liew thereof. 8 PI15CK Dining Knoni Miito for sale reasonable. 1T£? Meadow St. FOll .Sail.' chca|), .'M'icci: ti room set. Call at 1'ottcrs, Pi-os- licct St., Xau^-atuck R. F. D. No.2.' PAINTKI) hi-d room Cl'.esip. Dial -ISdO. for snl of. Dated at Naugfituck, Conn., ' 2Xo Sept. U, 10-1-1. ' j — Sept. 8, 10'i-i: Oet, <i 19.;-i Toyaiba national forest vada has 2.000,000 acres. in Is'c- LADIES 1 ^ GENTLEMEN'S SUITS Tailor made. S2S.7D. New Fail and Winter Styles. JOHN MAGONE 397 N. Main St: Bible Goes Through Battles In Two Wars More thnn 20,000 fire known today. species of fish PRIVATE BUCK Camp Shanks, N. Y. (UP)—A father and son in the service of their country met recently at this camp, an installation of the -Yew York Port of embarkation. "Guess what Ive here?" the son isked as he greeted his father, Master Sgt. Galan Swank, of Confers, N. Y., foi-merly of .Minnoapo- is, Minn., and a top kiclc in the llrst AEF. With that the son Staff Sgt. Marccll Swank, produced a Bible, bloorly and swcat-slninnd which his father had cfirriod while lighting in the Argonnc Forest in the last, war. When young Swank went overseas, his father gnvc him ihb Eibln, It was with the .son during nine bloody hours at Dieppe and when wounded by shrapnel. he was pulled aboard a British destroyer. Swank recovered, and, taking the Bible along,, wont to North Africa. He was at E; Guetuir in Tunisia when his outfit received the Presidential citation. Next came Sicily and Salerno nnd then the drive through Italy. Finally, Swank nnd his battered Bible were returned homo. "WING AND A PRAYER' BRINGS THRILLS TO POLI'S AUDIENCES "But suppose we're stopped on the beaches for a few Out of tho welter of motion pictures devoted to telling the stories of our various lighting services, it remained for 20th Cer.'l.ury-Pox to bring us what is by far one of .the most thriliingly exciting and heart-warming human epics of them all. in the screen's first groat drama of our aircraft carrier force in action. The 'film. "Wing and a Prayer—-the Story of Garner X," which still has two days left to be seen at Locw Poli theater, Starring' Don Ameche. Dana Andrews, and William Eythc, tho picture is a stirring- salute to the gallant Navy men of the sky whose home is a flat-top. The screen is flooded with the rousing humor, ud- venlure and drama of life aboard an aircraft carrier. But,more than that, it reveals the amazing story behind tho strategy that paved the way for spectacular victory over the Japs at Midway. Jn the first ho,t flush, of indignation against the treacherous Jap sneak-attack •jn Pearl Harbor, and with the country asking, "Why don't- we fight back?" and "Where is our Navy':"' an unidentified aircraft currier is sent inlo the Pacific for a rendezvous with its planes. But when the planes land aboard the flat-top, the rarir.'-to-fight flyers are told that their orders are to avoid conibal with the enemy—to run away and not fight back—tind tho carrier, with its bewildered and frustrated crew, sets out on an apparently aimless course thiough Jap-infested waters. It is against this selling of suspense and drama that the saga is unfolded, reaching a smashing climax that seoi'es a new high in film entertainment. In casting the picture, producers William A. Bachcr nnd Walter ATorosco have drawn heavily on 20th Century-Fox's top line of male stars. Don Ameche as Commander Harper,, who is all Navy; Dana Andrews as the easy-going squadron commander; William Eythe as the ex-moi-ie :<tar, -and CharlCi Bickford as the carrier's skipper- All turn in rich and compelling performances that stand among their best. In the supporting, cast, Kevin O'Shea. Sir Ccdric Hardwicke, Richard Jaeckcl and Henry Morgan, cail for spncial.'men- tion. Director Henry Hathaway,'tins kept the story moving at. an excitingly brisk pace, with the dramatic action artfully peppered with brilliantly conceived humor. The [ilm owes its telling authenticity to Lieutenant Commander K. .. L. Middletoh' who .was assigned .'.by. the Navy Department to ' serve as t h e picturVs technical advi.' iJlcutynant-'Commandor R. L, Mid- dloton was one of the officers, on th'cj aircraft carrier "Lexington"., when it wer.t down. Mark "Wing' and a Prayer—.the Story of; Carrier X" as a picture that musube seen, for It 'is one of the best scrcc'n entertainments of tho. year. The second big- hit on this thrilling program is'"The Big Noise" ,-wilh Laurel and Hardy. Reducing the length of wooden •'matches by one-quarter o'f an inch will conserve about 7,000,000 board feet of. lumber. TO FIMD OUT]. THIS CALLS RDra SFISATESy.- I GOULD SAYTM A E=POI2;T3?-~» ) FOE.THE RAR5R--ANDASKFOE ' [A PHOTON - BUT I CANTi- JUST SAGGE IN AND ASK -• is our- BHSlDHS, UPM1S PEACTICE" SECRET ACEN'T X9 ROBERT STOK*. Trl£N VOU DO NOT WtWT >'OU HuAK ON TV|c AMD READ IN THE E£ PAPERS ? HOW YOU AK RIGHT ,.. BUT I Ki NOT "WINK THE CLEVER.,.i SPeNTMANV KRUPPEK, |TA.«AZ£S At£ HOW VHEU. THE YANKEE PI65 TREAT 1>5.,. CO/ilFORTAS OMETESS, fiOOD FOOD TEU. A1E. YOU 6PEAK OEK GENGRPiC S Ot^ T\AE WGUT THftCK NOW, ME'S DRlNv<AN' CORN SQUEE2\N'S ftNO L.ETTIN' PENCIL DO THE REST I'LL GET IN TWE (YNOOO JUST LIKE SNUFFVD 00 \T PiNO TRV TO FIGURE our UJVAPTV u\s THftT UOftM - - A BKICIv 1W4ADFOI1D By \VILUA3I RITr mid CLARENCE CRAf HMM - LOOKS LIKE TMEY ARE TRYINS TO BREAK INTO THE PALACE.' A BREAK 70R U5.6ANDY -IN ALL THAT TUMULT- - WE SHOULD BE ABLE SUP AWAY UNNOTICED J DOWN THERE ?^ U r L !. ^°^ MiSOJES L.KE THAT LET VA WOLD BALL AMYMO«S

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