Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on September 21, 1944 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, September 21, 1944
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1044 NAUGATUCK DAILY. NEWS Page Anything To Sell? Advertise In The Nlws! Someone Is Looking For It — .-.^- ^..^ __ . . • • _ . •.-,--- . . • \^^ 'or es oo ( You're Looking for a BARGAIN it. \vheii you .Ad in t.lio Kuii!;'.'i!iit'k Daily Xews prepaid £%Qf» 3 lines rate "<•**•' 3 days CALL 2228 Today Merchandise 1-imU l' - or Salo id., r,, r H!l |,, x lln Andrew uvetuio, 7fi K no, Manners avenue. Hans Nissen, Manners avenue. Dial :,'0^5. flKTJIANV— Clmlitr lii.met<il,;s, Olio of more acres. State .Highway opposite Public library, 'IS minutes lo _ Nauftituck. l^i'burnl terms. l''oeil anil Merchandise \\K AUi; SM.U'1'ING nil kinds of Huy from Vermont, Now York state and Canada. Ask for prices. Reliable Fuel and Grain Co., 5 Church Street. Dial SOTfi. For Rent \Viinled To Runt Personals "~\vTvi-:s: l, 0 ,|u-s lifliiii viiaiiii" H1 ' niily ."•"' oi'iits In S'liu.uatui-k WANT n:i>? Tnblots pup up weak ; iron; iilso c-onlaln i-aleuuu. Trial siv-.o . At ull dru^'frlstM—• , at Allen's Cut Uato •U nruir. TllliKI-: JiooiiiN wanted to rent. Suitable for a couple. Dial 33'12. »VAA"1'I'JO—Jtunt of , i> or more rooms or single house or part of duplex house by Americtin family of four. Telephone D3S2. K-.-ul:iy i;.\KN DANCING 'i'i-n Acre::, \Vatefbury-Pros- ^li«';iy in 1'ro.spect every and Saturday ni);ht. Steve -I'X ori'lu'stra. i-'crcy Kno.x, 1'OUlt or flv« rouni rent wanted immediately. Dial 5020 any time, lidwcird Suvoski, llooms To Kent M\\-: A IJKC:(>I4I> MAIIK of ytnir vim; i- »t "Uf booths. .Mecca Music tV.. -M I'.jink sti-oct, Tel. -1-1-1-- \Vatcrlniry FUKNlSllKIl ,ii|iartiiii-nt. of three rooms, to rent, availablo Monday. Dial 3-130. DOUUI.K room sitlbtlilt! for ^ ineii. Twin beds. 1!)S Hillside Avc. Diul GCO-l. After -I p. m. .ATHKS 1 —Sevc-r.ii used AUn.s-South Bend uml ' LOKIIII, Drill Presses, Table and Band . sav/s. wood turning lathes and other machine tools. "Lincoln Store, 01 j W. Main St. Dial Wtby. 5-0177. ' Mr. Andrews, • I J/iMiscliold Ai-tlclex KT is ii o m o bought for cash. Highest prices paid for electric refrigerators, washers, and stoves, i-cgardluss of condition. Merchandise 2!) VVaiited To Buy F:r:iTi(;is Furniture Co. 4-19 NORTH MAIN STRKET Telephone 3000 I 1 '*) 11 iSiili: cheap, !l-pii;cc (lliiln room set. Call at Potters, Pros pect SI:., NfiUfffLtucli E. F. D. No,2 ) hcU riioiii'sL't for sale Cheap. Dial. <IS'1D, '••. Deweys Arriving In Seattle I (hi l-'or Kunt t:.-\|{.-\G.h' to re-tit oti Clinrcli atrect neat- Y. M. C. A. Dial 3011. I s rider time iicain. We milk firsti every day. AUo c!o cut inii cult-r :iiai;in;;. \\"ui. 1' Vliildxen, Nt-w Haven road. Employment Jlelp \Vauteil—Miilo en wanted, part titno morn " ii. ni. to 1 p. m. Applj I'aul Inc. TU'O eXficriciH'i-il tiui«--kei:i>i'r,'> •.-.-;•. mi-.I. p:irt time. Apply Bo> -II" c-ai-e of The NL-H'M. -KVKK.A1, men wunled to liandl coal and wood -0 hours per week T.'Ji. 1 NaiifamcU Fuel Co., S 1 Church streot. \Vanlr-rt—Ft-malo \\.\NTKD—Siili.-s k'lrl.s for iiftur si-lion! and Saturdays. Must ho I', ytuii-.s of atfe. Also Sales Ladles Wanted lii to (j"> yoiirti of ;i:,'f. I-'iil! oi part time. Also stock )>oy wanted for nftef school, must lie I-'- yiMi-.-t uf fivrc. G. C. Murphy CD.. I'hiit-eh street. For Sale J louses For Sulo VACANT ,S-r<iri(i!, oni? family housi- 1 fur sulo. Centrally located. Priced i-";is<>nnhlo, Also in i-oom, 2 family house. 2nd floor vacant. Price Sfi.'OO. A. She-ploy. Tel. £-132. " ^lOVK i-l^-ht in; first flour vacant, '.'•rouni, 2-famlly h-.itise; '2 lots, a I'.-irn and /i garngc, Nice lona- tinr,. A bartrnln at $9.200. Patsy Liihricila. rcnltor, J.7C High St. Dial 583-1. l-'Olv SAI.IO—Two-family IIOIIHC f,r. i!i!Ni<li- avenue. Four rooms on i-;ii.-li floor. Tele-phone 2731 after 'i [i. in. daily. Announcements a Lost And Found LOST—Hunk .Uook No. j-'Willi on rs'auKatuck Savings Bunk has been lost. Any person having claims on snid book is called upon to present the same to the bunk within two months or the same book \vill be declared cancelled and extinguished, and' a ni>\v one isued in Hew thereof. Dated at Naugnluck, Conn,' Sept, 7, 1D-I-1, Sept. 21. 10-1-1; Oct. S, 19-1 Business AniinunceinunUt MOA'UMUNTS Specinl prices on All Memorials V. RICHARDS 2GO.So. iltiin St NdUKtituck Automotive Autos For S-iilu "A safe place to buv and sell" 1P-1.1 HUDSON SEDAX Only 13.000 actual miles. l.'ackai'd-XV atorhury, .1 IH - . S2 \Vntei-tou-n Avenue bial,-1-0109 Traik-r.s . (M2 Xiitional house trailer, IS ft On Seymour-Southbury highway Oxford, corner Hojrsbuck roud. Anlo Parts J)U.DCi I-: — PLYMOUTH ales Service Parts, Accessorlca Malcolm AV, yt;u - r Corp SS Wutertown Ave. Dial 5-1M6 Contractors 27 (111.I, .ST.. ,'i fiiuiily liniixr. 1st fliKjf available for immediate oc- ciipfinry; price .S.POO. See Jo- xi'jilt v'. Rosko, 3 L'nlon St. Tel. !l 1-'A,MII,Y I-I niniii. hntiHO, 3-rar K'lritk'i:, extra lots. CO Johnson St. - '.-iiaily house, Main St., Bea f":\ Kails, 2 family house. J-Mch- t"n<! Avc. John, .Dial J5D3.1. \Vanted To Ilnv O.s'K, T-l. .Mist. mid tliri.M! funilly liousrn Also farms and lots. W'K IIAVK HL'YKKS for 1-3-X .'••imily houses. Jos. V, Kosko, 3 L'ninn St. Tel. -1028-2002. rlli'ths of no^ro babies Increased from i'-m.fcO in IP2S to 270.000 In :; " 1- "mm of I'jr/J. J'aintliif: I'Al'KR HANGING W. F. Cota, 17 Tel. 5-1 , r .b. mid Painting, Cedar Street. I'AINTING—1>IAI, -KCM ADOLF ..', KUDXMA NJiW JIAVJiN KOAD Anil Old Gold Watch repairing 1 our specialty. GRAXD JEWELKY 112' Grand' Street ' • '.' Dial. £>X)CS2 BANK wife ileiiosit L'o.v<;» wanted. Hig-hcst cash prices paid. Wire collect, write or phone.what you have to'offer. J. E. Murpbey, Republic 608-f, 810'Yeatman. Ave., Webster Groves IS, Mo. WANT to liny postage stamps and accumlniions. Write J. A. Gau- |thicr, lll'SUl.'vvc-ll .Dr., Plainvillc. Merchandise For Sale UNITJil) Fenway ftfray) r.<nnl>inii>- tion oil and gas stove. Dial -173C after 0 p. m. Education Instruction* Acrobatc Ballroom Private or Class Eaton Twirling Rcgina Leonard, 73 IS. M:iin. 5-0010 CIIIUWKN'S—Tiihlr; « Cb:iir Sets, Hiyh Chairs, Rocking ChairH, Porch Gales, ;ind PUiy Pens. I 33 JLurjje S'jloctlon ( of toys. Lowest prices in town. | BEACON KIDDIE CENTER. I 73 GRAND ST. Wlby. Animals Ctittlo And Swlric .•in:.. Articli::: for Sale BABY uuto. beds, S.'-i.iW; liuhy :tiito scats, Mystis. talking boards, SI.79 up. Also larpro selection of toys. THE KAT>IO SHOP .ISO Gru.nO St. •' Waterbury '.- . ion .stove for sale. Good condition.'-Heats -water..'!i9 South. Main St., ..NaugTituck. Uo,- Apart. 3, after 'A. p. .m. JOHN'S MUSIC SHOP We !)liy, Null, exchange, and rcpiilr all kinds of instruments. Lowest prices in the city. 3SO-382 So. Main St., Watby. Conn, Education COW for suli;. •• 1-2 .vcur* old. Apply at 210 May street. Gus Kruegcr. Services 3'rofoMwioiial Service* CUSTOM I\ Special 2-picce Suite tM GRIFFJN UPHOLSTERING CO. N.aug.-i.tncJi 4«»0 3!> Wanted To KciiCwr Scrvi<» Appliances it / specialty. Ray Decker. 402 N. Main St. Tel. 40W. Services o7 JSiiNtncNK Services uMBiti-:r.r.\ SHOP L'mlJrolIa.s & IIIKKX.KK sold ami repaired n.14 Brook St., Watcrbury. 38. I'rofcHhloimt Services 3.1 Local And Private Instructors FOB SALK—Blncli l;it-eliei: r:niK<-, combination oil and jais. Pi-ice 510.00. Telephone 1>7S1 after (i p. in. daily. 7DI.VA SCHOOL. OF MUSIC ST UDIOS—V/AT13Y. -1-5028 533 South Main—11 \Vj!son Street Piano — Voice — Mandolin Children, Adults, Advanced, Beginners. Rapid Piano Course for Adults INCr and slip covers. Amazingly low prices. Allen's Upholstering Studio. Mastercraft Artists, f Grand St. Waterbury. Dial OIL BUttNKBS- Cleaned iind '-repaired. All work guaranteed. Tel. 3025, Harry Churchill. . ATTENTION! OnJctH taken for new Elcctrolux cleaners. 'Al»o parts and repairs. I. NUsen. Bonded repairman. 3 Teresa, avc. Dial -)822. : .. '10 Cleaning And Dyeing KIEVMAN-S ^augatuck's Great Dry Cleaning Firm, offers its firxt class dry cleaning r.ot only in T.imily gar- menus, !ju! blankets, rujjs and olh> CO.Mri.KXK line of Ky:mi/.e p:iin<K | <-'r spcci'iltios in this field, and Varnishes. Also, Dutch Boy , KIEV-MAN'S - T -ead. . 70 Church Street On liii.- hack pliilffirni iif lln;Ir fr:iin, Cuv. Tlioaias K. l)i-wey aii<l iiis wifi- :in- shnwn :is Uii-y wi.-rr urn-ted hy G"V. Arthur,ijli<- :it Seattle, U'ash., :IIK! two-.vcar-iiJd l.inda 'Tay'.oi; u'ho pn.-si.-nti'il i. Dt-wey with :i Ixuiqii.-l. SjieaUini; :it UK.' Civic aiidilurimii litti-r, tin; Jti-jiiihlicaii [irrsuk'ntial noiiiliK-t 1 clt.'ir^red .I're;ii(li;nt "iMinirliiif,'" laho'r iidiiiinlstt-atiuii with full n-s|nin.silii|l.y fur war-lime .-.IriUi's, (Iiiti.-riiHtiinial) Governor Dewey Speaks Tonight In San Francisco Merchandise Feed And Fuel OIID.KK No«-—For limited supply of seasoned wood, for stove, flre- pku.'c u:id fui-nace. Also field stones, sand, pivivcl, one coal ran^-c. one K;\.S ranKe, one water lio;U'.'r, nlso coda; 1 ,f c n c c and clothesline polos, and numerous othur items. Licnt trucking; und moving. 2302 after 'I p. m. G. Siilinardl. 53S So. Main atrenl. PRIVATE BUCK (My 1/nHi'il 1'n'ss) r\ hi;,'- jiou'ijr in nulinmil oloclions — ihe state of California - is host Lodfiy to the Roptshljcan slaiuhtrd- hcaror — Governor Dewey. The; COP nominee is making a •Jid for ihc stale's 'Jn electoral .•otcs. Governor Duwey Ores a bi^r gun u the Ci'ili/'ornm campaign tonight. The XG\V York governor says lie- vill inti-ocluoo .in entirely nou- ap- irojich LO tin; relationship between he government: of the United Stritcs und its people. The address vill be broadcast at '11 :OG o'clock ifrht, KasLorn \Va:- time, J-iu'll ollo\v it up with another speech omorrow ni.ifht at Los An^'olc-s. Dowcy's runninf,' matt- •— Ohio iovornor John \V. Brickf}!'—docs is cnmpaiVninj,' tod.'iy some three housuncl ir.iies from California. Ovurnor Brickei- is in BiiHimore Tor u sorios of cotiforemjcs with GOP leaders, and a speech toniffht. Tlic Repiibiicsin candkiale for vice president and Baltimore's Mayor Theodore '!":. .McKeldin will tour the Baltimore shipyards .and con- fur v.-ith leaders of the "Demo- craLs for Dewey" clubs. Last ni;,'ht. Governor Brickei- spoke at Wilkesbarri.-, Pennsylvania before a crowd of ten thousand. He accused the Is'cv.' Deal of prc.-yervinK what he termed its entrenched political power by suppressing vital news, and by Propaganda and intimidation, In VV'jiMhir.ffton—Chairman wii- am H. Davis of the War Labor Boai-d denies the Republican ch.irue v/a.s made by Governor Deu-oy last STo.'id.-iy ni^'ht in his Seat-tlc speech. Chan-man Das-is savs instead of .stalling', the WLB has settled about 300.000 waKO World War II. A Year Ago September 21, 1943 (Uy United l.' Prime .Minister Churchill 1 louse of Commons that i.lie "second front a.'reacly exists" potentially: declared that "the bloodiest portion of ; he war I'm- Great Britain and the "United States lies ahead." In Oir.nha. Gen. Cenrpe C. Marshall di.-clai-L'd that "wi: aro ready to carry war to tho eaemy." German troops were reported burnin;; and looting Naples prior to evacuation. Mouse of ItopresciiLal ivos adopted the FuluriKht resolution puttinp Congress on record in favivr of U. S, participation in ]>ost-\var peacc c-ff'jrts. o:" sueh things as pleats on men's suit!--. Pleats and other .sartorial embellishments were removed from men's clothinjr by -Witi-time resirlctloiis. And hero's nope for the K ReiiortK say thu WPK has the-consent of the Army to allocate several tons of synthetic rubber for I'x-pi-rimenlal production of balls. MIDWAY BATTLE IS SHOWN NOW ON LOEW SCREEN From tbe out of the Klor tshint,' victories our have won in the F;.i.cilic. hearts of the sallant "Maybe if you crossed fiwt, Fatso, we'd have a better jafjiow. itrcng. i.L.«*l".— cases so far. Ho also says the WLB will clear its docket of pending voluntary cases within the next four weeUs, anrl will dispose of all dispute cases in 19 \vnol:s. On the international scene —China and the United States are reported ready to make a major stab at harnnesslnff Chinese miilLa.ry ar.d ir.dtistrifil power for tlic llnal blow against Japan. Details of the American-Chinese industrial and military plans arc not yet known In the nation's capital, mcl won'!, be until WFB Chairman Donakl M. Nelson i-oturns from China and makes his report to tho president. And Dumbarton Oaks is back in , the news. Senator Burton K. Wheeler of Montana, who atronf,'Iy opposes a world organization, says here will bu a bif,' fijflu in concrcss vhcn the Dumbarton Oaks sceur- ty plan comes up for congressional tpproval. Monnv.-hilo. the rationing- situa- ion.ioolts a little bettor in some espects. The Oillcc of Price Ad- linistra tlon says non-leather shoes vith rubber soles have been taken ff the ration list. The change ven't be s'rqat. however, since most, shops eontain somo loar.her. An<J the well dressed man may soon be dressing better. The War Production Board expects an cai-!y aiinotuiccmeat on the restoration \\-hose homo is a flat-top a nd whoso fluniins cotira^:c und ihii-inj.' exploits have thrilled the nation nomcs the lirsi drama, of ou:- carrier force in action. "Wing And A Prayer," tho thrill-packed epic of an expendable aircraft carrier, featuring Don Ameclie,, VX'ma An- ilrev,-.s, VViJliam Eythe, Charles Riekl'ort! and Sir Cntlric I-Iarrt- ivjcke, this hil. has still three days left to be sec:) by W.-aerljury's patrons at Loev.- Pol:. In the tradition of "Crash Dive," which paid iTl.irrini: LribuLo to our undorseas lighters, and "Gm-.dalcanal "Diary," *.Jie rousiji^" G^h!!e to otir ^Marines: "Winir And A Prayer — tjio S'.ory of C;irr;ei- X" celebrates the deeds OL' the men who are v.-reakinsr havoc rind vcuf,'C«ncc on the ,' from miyhty "l'lo;nin;,: ,-ur-bases." The film tells the story of tin unidentified aircraft carrier which, in the early days of slicick and eniifuaip.n i fallowing Pearl Harbor, was, sent into the .l.-JD-infestcd Pacific' and marked a? expendable. Ordc-.-Rd to si-a with onlcrs to avoid co'mb'at— ' to run away ;md not liirht back — i his bowildni-cd and frustrated force of Navy flyers are 1'orcod 1 1.0 take everyth ins' the Japs can throw at them without i-etnViatibh because they were scftinjr' a-. trap. With the strutctric trap fot- the'; Japs set, and the orders to avoid 'com- bnl rescinded, tile day of reveiiu'0 J'or Carrier X arrives. How that'i-e- venjro is won at the hisl.niic Battle 1 of Mid\\-;iy makos for the most*. l.hrinin.-,' clim.-ixca ever to ; lilaKii ,' the sorucn. The second bi;; hit on this Uiril- lin-j proprivim is "The Big Noise"' with Laurel and BUZ SAWYER By ROY CRANK / i ui KtueK ruRet I mli L CVENlNCi, ANCrEL- &OOD ~• NKJHt THIS YOUNG LADY WOULD LIKE A f— J P.MOTO OF 7HH I , MAM WHO'S TAKING, YOUR COMc iNTO MY OFFICE WELL SaYDU'125 1 A HOW IN- fi SECK1ST AGENT XO By ROBERT STOKIh, JA! GOOD AS STUPID FOR DE/V UK= /MYSE DHR F FISM AND SNUFFY SM1XJI VJJELL-PUT IN "ME UJR9U\NGTON PftPERS UtlP 6VLLS TO DECIPHER COOED LftHD O CbOSHE^4 00 D.C. ? VWELL-- I-l'ME GOT VT. GENERAL u GOO!bL£ '.1 R6URE OUT TUe 9MORU TO SECRECN. By WILLIAM RITT and Ct,AREXCE GRAf HOLD THE MIRROR 6A.N&Y- WHILE'I LOCATE THE NEXT ; 5TAIRWAY MUSCLES. KA.VAMAUSi-1 SUBE MAS THE SCHOOL &OARD - ^ ;M A WES &EEW WOCk-lW IM TUIE SUlP. YARD ALL SUMMEC AND wow'r QJIT AMD GO CsACK TO SCHOOL- SDTI4E SCHCOL toCACD QCST TEAO-IER TO TAL< TO UiM~ IF UE DIDN'T. GET AN EDUCATION) MOVJ WE WOULDN'T BE PCEPWPE TO MAKE UlS WAY IM LIFE LATE!?.' By \VAt-tiV BISHOP WCLL.TEACMEK AND MUSCLES GET TO TAUKIKJ' AM' IT O£VEL- OPS MES MAKIKI' MOCE MOWEV THAN SWE IS~NOWTEACWeOS COM-SlDEClN •<=ETTlKl' A OOB IM TVIE SUIPVARD.'

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