FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1944 NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS fag* Bevm e Gall 2228 To Place An - : Ad With A Real Result Getter ]f You're Looking for a BARGAIN um'll I'iiiil iL when YOU pljHV Mil All ill tllo X:u!,n"iturk .I'lu'ly News prepaid £Q« 3 lines rate U«JC 3days CALL 2228 Today Personals WIVF.S! WANT PKI" Ost:vN Tonic Tablets pep up.weal' tt (H li<'.i LicUiticr Iron; also conlain vit.'itnin l'-l- I'ti'.cium. Trinl SIV.L only "."' i'0'its. At all dniK in Ninwutui'U. at Allen's Cut Rule :iml x'nwi'm' XKN DANCING Aores, Waterbury-rros- "iy In Prospect ovoi-y Saturday night. Stove utvhuslriL, Percy Kno.x, lAVi: A KKC'OKD .MA1IE of your voit'*' at our booths. Mecca Music Co., -uS Hank stvoct. Tel. -1-1-12'J V.VuM bury IT 1- rlili'r time !ti,':iin. We initko it f:vsl! every day. Also do custom cidor niakinj,-. Wm. P. Si-hiK!:,'i-!i. .Ve\v Hnven j-oad. Employment For Sale For Snlo MX ROOM hoiiHK f,,r HII|«. All Irnpi'ovenicnUi, about 35 ycurs old. Good' condition, pLrugo. 'l.ot 05 x — r >0. Price reasonable. Also vacant S room 1 family house. Centrally located. , Slioplcy. Dial 2- 57,000. A '"Otl SAIVF.—.Two-fiimily IIOIIHO f.;; Jlil'sidc nvenuc. Four rooms on ciich floor. Telephone 2781 al'tcr C p. m. daily. ~7 llil.r, ST., :i family house, 1st floor available for immediate occupancy; price ,S,r>00. See Joseph V. Rosko, 3 Union St. Tel •lO'Jit or 2052. Announcements Automotive 11 NOTICE .'J FAMILY 14 room hou.sr, 3-car gurafre, cixlra lots. GO Johnson St. 2 family house, Main St., Beacon' Pulls. 2 family house, Highland Avo. John l-tealy. Dial 503.1. . Wanted To Uuy ONK. OSvo and Ihrt'o Tamlly wanted. Also farms and Tel. 5031, lota WE JIAVK BUV.EKS for 1-2-3 family houses. Jos. V. Rosko, 3 Union St. Tel. -1925-2002. Births of ncccro babies increased from 2-IO.GS3 in 1P2S to 270,060 in ho count of 3039. District of Naug-aLuolt sa. Probate Court, September 20, 19M. Estate of Ellcu Brooks aka Nnl- lic Brooks, lute of Naugatuck, in :aid District, deceased.' The Court of Probate for the Dlslict of Niuigatuclc hath liini'.- ed and allowed six months from date hereof for the creditors of cl estate to exhibit their claims for settlement. Those who neglect to present their accounts, properly attested, within said time, will be debarred it recovery. All persons indebted to said Estate lire requested to make immediate payment to MARY E. MAKONEY, 350 Grand Avenue New Haven, Conn, Administratrix. Per Order of Court. Attest; Stephen J. Sweeney, Judge. AutOM l^or salo "A .safe place to buy and- sell" 10-11 HUDSQN SEDAN'' Only 13,000 actual mile's! Ptiokurd-Wutcrbury,. :.I.iic, •1S2 Wutcrlown Avenue- 1 Dlal-1-6109 M'» Trailer* !)42 National house, trailer. 18 ft. On Seym'our-Southbury highway. Oxford, corner HogabacH road. Merchandise To Buy- WANT to buy postugu stamps and . iiccumlb.tions. .Write J. A. Gau. thidr. Ill Stillwoll Dr;, Plainvillo. ,. ., Articles For Snlo to bcils, !|iS/J8;- haby auto : aeats,. : 3<rys1.is talking bonrds, 31.79 up. -Alto'/lnrgc selection of toys. THE;.B3ii}Ip SHOP ISO Grand St. • • / ,',:ji;o'Wa.tci-biJry Auto Parts •D0DGU — PLYMOUTH AUTHOEIZED ,,„;, ; Sales Service Pacts, Accessories M;ilcolm W; Starr Gorp-.,, C'oiiiltiiiiittojti stove for sale. Good . condition 1 ,'. Heats' water. 59' South • Main St'./'NauK'atuck.' Mo, 'Apart. 3; a/.'ter.-''3 p. 'm. Merchandise CHILDREN'S—T:il>l<; & Clialr Sols High Chairs, Rocking Chairs, Porch Gates, and Play Pens, r-ui'gc selection of toys. Lowest prices in town. BEACON KIDDIE CENTER 73 GRAND ST. Wtby. NATIONAL cash register for snl<;. Serviced for yas station. Real buy. Dial .1-5000, Wtby. FOK SAEE— Blii'ck kitch.'n r!iii/?<-, 1 0orhbinrttion oil and Price •18S Walcrtown- Avc. Dial 5-1140 Contractors I'ATJSn HANGING mid Fainting, NOTICE J-ancl For Sale HUH,DING IntN for sale, HO x 110, Andrew avenue, 75 x .110, Manners avenue. Han.s Nissen. Manners avenue. Dial 1633. Wiintcd—Mitlo '1 U'u nuTi wiinli'il, [uirttimo inorn- im:-:. T a. m. to 1 p. m. Apply rvsi'i' Paul Inc. JKTIIANY —. Clii.ir,.. hi>iiii-*lti>s. Ono or more acres. Stnto Hifrh- way opposite Public library. IS minutes lo NaujjatucU. Liberal terms. For Rent To Kent TWO I'XpiTiiTU-i'd tlm«ski'f|n-r!* w;ir.ti - ii. part time. Apply Box "K," I'ai'i' of The News. SKVKKAJ, nirn \vtinlcd to luuulli co:il ,'inil wood 20 hours per wook, Thi- NainTdtucU Fuel Co., S7 C'hurch street. Ilrlp \Vuntcil—Fctnuto U'A.VTKI)—Sali". 1,-lrN for uflcr schui'l and Saturdays, ilust. bo t'i yi-firs of iiKo. Also Sales Lailirs Wanted Irt to (55 years of :\Ke. full o;- part tinio. Also stock buy \v;ir,U'd for after school, munt br |i! yt-u-M of a^'C, C. C. Murphy Co., Chui'ch strec:. \VANTl-;i)— Girl or woman for Kent-nil o t!lce work. .Excellent n'Oi'kinK conditions, WUKCS and hours. Address Box "C" In care of -Vews Ofllco. For Sale llon.sc.H For Si»lo .11OVK rl^'lit In; first floor vacant, !i-room, 2-family house; 2 lots, a h.'irn and a ^aivt^e, Xico loc;i- lic.n. A bargain at SO.200. Ptitsy r-abriola, realtor. 172 HifrU St. Pi.-il 3-l"iS or 5S3-I. Til KICK KonniM wanted to rent, Suitable for a couple. Dial 33-12, VVANTKIi—lt«-nt of a or more rooms o:' single house or part of duplex house by American family of four. Telephone 53S2, District of Niiufrotuck,. SK. Probate Court, September 20, 19-1-1. Estate of Glcnl'ord Brcolts «l<a Glenl'ortl M, Brooks, late of Nau- ga'.uck, in said District, deceased. The Court of Probate for the ', District, of Naupatuck ha'-h lim- > itcd and allowed six months from date hereof for DID creditors of said estate to exhibit their claims for settlement., Those who neglect to present their nccounls, propur- ly attested, within said time, will be debarred a recovery. All persons indebted to said Estate arc requested to malte immediate payment Jo MARY E. MARONEY. 350 Grand Avenue N'ow Haven, Conn. •• Administratrix d. b. n., C. t. a. Pei- Order of Court. Attest: Stephen J. Sweeney, JudKO. W, F. Cola, Tel. 5-irib, 17 Cedar Street. Fainting $10. 00.- Telephone 2781. after C p. TIT. daily. ONIT.KD IX-iiway '(jfray) ooinhina- Uon olTand gas stove. Dial 4730 after 5 p. m. SO 1'AINTITJG—DIAX .J2fi6 ADOLF .1. KU11ZMA NEW HAVEN ttOAD Merchandise 25 Feed An<l Fuel OHDEK Now—For limited supply of seasoned wood, fo:- sto"o, fireplace and furnace. Also field stones, sand, gravel, one coal range, one pas ran pro, one water lioiite;-, also cedar fence and clothesline poles, and numerous other items. Light trucking and moving.-Dial 2302 after -1 p. m. G. Siifinardi, 53S So. Main su-cnt. HURRICANE applfs. All kinds, COc • a bushel. Bring container, pick them up. R. Varden, Hillcrest Farm, Burton Road, Beacon Falls. Dial -ICOS. JOHN'S MOS1C SHOP We buy, NO|], excliangc, jind repair a!! kinds of instruments, fewest prices in' the city. 3SO-382 So. Main St., VValby, Conn. Education Education Instruction* Acrobatc J3ANCK Ta P' Toc Ballroom Private or Class Baton Twirling Rcgino. Leonard, 73 J3. Main. 5-001.': Animals Caltlo And Swine COW for s:i!<;. 2 1-2 y<«rs old. Apply at 2-10 May street. Gua Krucjjor. Services Services 8cr\'lccn CUSTOM Special 2-picce 'Suite *5» GPvIFFJN UPHOJ-STERINO- CO. 39 Wanted To KcnOcr AcrvldM ELKCTIlICAt. ftciwlrlnir gcrvlo« Appliances a Hpccialty. "Hay Decker, 402 N. Main St- Tel. <000. OIL UtJK.\KR.S cleaned Mid TO- paired, All work ^usrantccd. Tel. 302!i, Harry Churchill. 37 BnsinesH Scrvlccw Ilcndornd J'AUK'S UMUKKM.A SHOP & liiKifXKK Kohl itnd rc- t-; Brook St., Watcrbury. 31 Local And Private Instructors J'rofc»>i!oni«f DINA SCHOOL, OF MUSIC ' STUDIOS— WATEY. 4-.0028 550 South M.iin — 11 Wilson Struct Piano — Voice — Mandolin Children, Adults, Advanced, Bcgin- nors. Rapid Piano Course for Adults ATTENTION: Order* IwJu-n for new Elcctrolux cleaners. Aioo parts and repairs. I; Nl»»en, Bonded repairman. 2 Teresa a.v«. Dial 4822. 40 Cleaning And Dyeing EXCKLT.ENT 1NO and slip covers. Amazingly j low prices. Allen's UpholBtcrirce Studio. Mastcrcraft Artists. ? Grand St, Watcrbury. Dial j-00-10 COM VI. KTE line of Kyunixc paints Varnishes. Also, Dutch Boy KIEVMAN'S . Kax,gatuck's Great Dry. Cleaning Firm, offers its first clasis dry clca.iing: not only in family K*r- monts, but blankets, rugs and ovh- or specialties In Ihis field. KIEVMAN'S 76 Church Street Uousc.liold Articles l r OUIv or five room rent wiintt-d immediately. Dial C020 any time. Edward Suvaski. liooms To Kent I-'UUNISIIKU apartment of thrt-o rooms, to rent, available Monday. Dial 3-I3G. Lte room .suitable for 2 inrn. Twin hods, liiS Hillside Ave. Dial 500-1. After -1 p. m. 0:» Garage -For Kent LIQUOR PERMIT Notice of Application This is to give notice that I. Gcnevieve Mary Osiocki of -19 City Hill street, Union City, Connecticut have Hied an application dated September ]2th, 19-M. with the Control Comniission for a COM1T-KTK Ii o m o furiilshlnK» bouphi for cash,. Highest prices paid for electric refrigerators, washers, and stoves) regardless of condition. GAHAGK to rent on Church street near Y. M, C. A. Dial SOU. Announcements u Lost And Found CHILD'S Glasses found last .Sunday on the Green. Owner may have same by callinpr rtt News Office and paying for advertisement. Package Store permit for the sale of alcoholic liquor on the premises, •IOG North Main street, Union City, Connecticut. The business is owned hy Mauliew R. Osiecki of -1!) City Hill street. Union City, Connecticut, and will be conducted by Gene- vicve Mary Osiccki ot"-19 City Hill street. Union City, Connecticut, as permittee. CE.VEVIEVE J1ARY OSIECKI, Dated September 12th, Francis Furniture Co, •M9 NORTH MAIN STRKKT Telephone 3000 I'AINTJiO lx;d room set. for sale. Cheap. DJul -IS'-I'J, Wanted fo Buy 12 Business Announcements MO-NUMENTS 1 Special prices on All Memorials IV, RICHARDS 260 3o. Main St. N'auRatuck Averjifje production of mint extract is 2G pounds per acre. DIAMONDS And Ola Gold Boilirl Watch repairing our specialty. GRAND JEWELRY. ' 112 Grand Street Dial VOOS2 UANIi safe deposit Iioxiw wanted. Highest cash prices paid. VVire collect, write or phone what, you have to offer. J. E. Murphcy, Republic COS-', SIS Ycatman Ave., Webster Groves IS, Mo. They keep fighting- You keep buying WAR BONDS Brighten up your front door! Protect /our front door against the wc;icner. nnd brighten up ffie entrance to your home at tie same time, _ Murpny Airplane Super-Spar ^arnisn ;s famous tor jts)asting qi;aii:ies—and it dries in 4 hours '° a finish thac does justice to the finest woodwork or furniture. CANS, Inc. MAPLE STREET TEL. 3507 Veteran Of World War I Is Given Prison Sentence Bridgeport. Sept. 22—(UP)—A crippled veteran of World War I, Philip 'ScaramiiKKo of Stamford, has been sentenced to prison for manslaughter in connection with the fatal stabbinjr of his wife. Scaramu'/no admitted he stabbed his wife with a butcher knife Aujr-1 ust 7th during an argument -over title to some property. He claimed he struck in self-defense when she lilt him with a broom handle. He will serve a three to nine years sentence. World War II A Year Ago September 22, 1943 Your Eyeglasses Shop C. H. Tomlinson Niiary IJuildiiiff U, Co'nii.-"''" (By United 1'ress) In Japan, Premier Hideki To.io warned that the "time of. emergency" was at hand and prepared for partial evacuation of. large cities. Gen. MucArthur landed a six- able number of Australian troops | rtix miles north of Fin'schhafcn in j New Guinea. I In an official statement to the House of Commons, Anthony Eden; British foreign secretary, said that P.udplf Hess had flown to England in 1941 to offer Britain the choice of'peace or slavery. In Italy, Allied forces pushed farther up the peninsula; British Sth Army captured Potenxa, in south-central Italy. An Amfii-ican "commando unit" Administration Of Roosevelt Is Rapped By Dewey (By United Press) Governor Thomas De\vcv winds up his four-speech Pacific coast campaign tour with nr. address :n Los Ar.gelcs toniRht. The speech will be an outline of the republican program for expansion r>f unemployment compensation, old age pensions and minimum wape Jaws. Speaking to a crowd of some 15,000 at San Fr.inoisco's civic auditorium last niffht. Dcvcy charged that the Roosevelt administration. ^ias completely failed to provide Joth political freedom and economic security, | joined the French on Corsica Allied bombers raided airdromes! near Athens. Crete and Rhodes. | w|lh tho dcroatist thco lhat Am . Red Army captured Anapa, Instj ul>ica is as , its .^ H( , ^[mcj The Republican presidential candidate repented the charge that the. Now Deal is saturated 1 German-held Black sea port in the Kuban. Furnaco Inspection SERVICE No OIlRutlon Waterbury Heating Co. ;I3 Spring St., Wtby. 4.-M78 Phone Us! • HOOKKKKI'ING • .\CCOir.VTING KVKNIXG CLASSICS tiri- ii;ill Cnrirsi', Mon, nnd K,ir(,|| now. 1-liotic 4-S773 Post Junior College Electrical Supplies Lighting Equipment HO.Mli -J.;M \\vril BOMBS Victor — Colunihlu — Doccn For JX'pfiulnblc Fire ln.surnnc<> On Your I-'nrnitiire See: Joseph V. Rosko, 3 Union Street Tel. -IQ1Z-2052 SWAN ELECTRIC CO. j_' CHUKCII ST. TKt. 307-1 . is VKKY I-OPULAK J AS A WE DOING GIl^T * \ CENTER ST. MIAL 3-27C3 • --*~+*^**++'+++ AT7TIII3 Highland Grocery 92 HIGHLAND AVE. TF.I.. -IKKII HOCC'O RAltn, 1'rnp. Smart vFull DRESSES Wools - Crepes $895 up SoUFM-MAlN •» I vouft HOME BAKERY: : past its pi that the present administration can see only two possibilities for America—ever Increasing regimentation, or reaction. DCwcy-assert- ed that this argument :s false, nnd that there is a middle road between 1 what ho called New DcoJ regimentation and a reactionary philosophy of tl op-en t-dog. The New York governor clnloied this middle road would provide postwar jobs and security without the loss of personal or political -freedom. DEAD AT ->o Lawrence, Mass., Sept. 22—(UP) —A veteran fiold superintendent for the Firestone Tire and Rubber Company—Lester- L,re .,of .. North Andovor—is dead at the age of CO. CITY BAKERY 171 Maple Street TT.r.. ,-irl7« ++***r*+f++4*-t *•*****••**• GREATOAKFARM OXFOKD ROAD Trl. a<M» ]; MILK — EGGS IJi-llvi-ry TII All I'nrls "f Ni\m::ilnclr M'ATCH * .IKWEMtY KICI'.MUKsO William Schpero 1X0 CIIUKCII ST. — 1-Tllitlil III) — LATEST MOD'Kr, sir,E.\ coir*-*:*; UUY \VA«UONUS AND ST.VMl'S By ROY CR.\N CM •YOU P01N& HERt? OLP RASCAU, IT IS Bv P.VCr, ROBINSON I'LL NEV=I2 FOI2ficT HOW TH^y '-' USHD TO F«SMr TO CARRY >OU/? 5CXDICS FPOM SCHOOL,"— , MANY A BLOODY NOSE ONLV WANT A PHOTO OF THE STILL ALLEI2GIC TO sovou-ee A las 6OYS." ALWAYS HAVE O.M TV.E PAPER . J AMD wi-o L \MHOS TAKTIK'G OV=i? MVPEACTICF^TO | SES/FWES P (3CCO-. [ LCO:<IN6 yoii CAN BLAME SECRET AGENT X9 By ROBERT STOK*. -000 8£TT£R EVEN AT TAE JA! VE HAVE USAU A COOK...EV&N DEf? r= PIS5 NOT 'JSSD TO SUCfi COOKfNG ! AND 60, APTER FiVE fE4R5 OF &OOOV , Trt HITLER HOKD£$ HAVE SE2N DRIVEN WavE TO ROOST...NO WEICOME <*'.AT ft OUT POR THEM — T^E /MAT A<AV SOON COME IN h'ANOV AS fOCO Of? CUJTHIN6J ffUl! LIES! 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