Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on September 23, 1944 · Page 5
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Saturday, September 23, 1944
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^SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23.* 1944 NAUOATUCK DAILY NEWS Pure -J"iv« Call 2228 To Real 1'ersonnls WIVKiS! WAJVT I>K|« Ostrcs Totilc Tablets pep up weal boilii's lucking Iran; also contuii vitnniin Rl. calcium, .Trial six 0 ,,ly US Cents. At all dl-UKKitUs In Nitiu,*"tucU. at Allen's Cut. KUU nnil NaiiRiilnck Drug. . HAKX DANCING At Grron Acres, Watcrbury-Pros jioot hijjliwsiy in Prospect, every KnJiiy and. Saturday night. Steve Fori'ticvi'.i orchestra. J'ercy Knox. prompter. JIAV.K A KKCOU1J MAUK of your voice :it our booths. Mecca Music Co., 2uS Bank street. Tel. -l-l'l^i; Wuti'fbury JT 1.- riili-r tliiu- »K:I|II. Wo make it fresh every day. Also do custom oilier making. Win. F. Scluld.Tt'n, Now Haven road. Employment Help Wiintt'd—Mnlo TWO men wnnteil, piirttlino niorn- inu-s. 7 n. m. to 1 p. m. Apply Poicr Paul Inc. jiVO rxpi-rU'iu'i-J lii]K'-k<'(i|ii.T( l wanti'd. part time. Apply Box "R." c'at'o of The Nows. NOTICE TO WANT AD USERS The following is a list nf rules for the benefit of those persons .'ho u sc N, WS , Ads . na - n mo , uls ot sc)JJ f(ii . R o(i r , nd , needed or iost articles. • Acts must be in the office of publication. not later than 11 A. M. of the day I All Acts, it paid -within one week after the first insertion, are considered PREPAID, ' ' ' ' ' The ^minimum number >of payable lines is three. If the Ad Itasn I the sufficient number of words to make three linca white apace will be used tn make up the difference. The publishers reserve the right to edit all Ads and reject any that may seem undesirable. Box numbers are kept in the strictest confidence and only the advertiser may call for any reply so addressed. CALL 2228 TO PLACE AN AD WITH A REAL RESULT GETTER Automotive 14 Autos For Sale . "A-safc place to buy and sell" 1937-PACKARD SEDAN Pf i cki-ir c'l-^"atc i.'b u ty, Iii c. 482 Watcrtown Avenue Dial 1-6109 Trailers For Sale lluiutcs For Sule r HIM, ST., S family house. Is floor available for immediate oc oupancy; price .8,300. See Jo -soph V, Kosko, 3 Union St. Tc •I02S oi' 2052. SKVKUAI, turn wuuU'd t» huiulk- I'oal wood 20 ho urn per week. The Xnupatuck Fuel Co., 87 Church street, 11 rip WnnlciJ—Feninfo W.ANTKl)—Sales jrirl» fur after school and Saturdays, Must be It; yoii'.i of ape. Also Sales LiultfS \Va;uecl U> to 05 ycai's of n>;o, l-'ull or part time. Alan-stock hoy wanted for after .school. n;ust In- J'i years of a^i-'. G. C. Murphy Co.. Church street. WA.NTKl) —Girl or M-UIII:III for pTiiTa'. odlce work. Kxccller.t workinj; conditions, waRPS nnd hi>ur.-«. Address Box "C" in cai'e or News Otllce. HAllCIJKKSSKK wanted. Good wngcs. Apply Ruby's Beauty ?hop. 1?0 Church St. Tel. 2US1. FAMILY l-» room house. S-ca S-'irajjo. extra lots. GO Johnson -St 2 family house, Main St., Eca con Fails. L> family house, Hi;?h hind Ave, JohnHcaly. Dial 0031 Sit \Vm\te<l To Buy O>"K, T»vo mid tliree fuinlly wanted. Also farms and lots Tc!. 5031. \)E IIAVK BUVEJJS lor J- i'iimily houses. Jos. V. Rosko, 3 Union St. Tel. -I02S-2052. I land For lots for sale, fill x III) Andrew avenue, 75 >: 110, Manners avenue. Hans Nissen, Manners avenue, Dial d'UDy. IIKTJIA.NY— Choice luitnt-xites One or more acres. State Highway opposite Public Library. 1 minutes lo Nsiusjatuck. Liberal terms. , For Rent For Sale J loners For >IOVK riu'Mt In; first flour viicunt. 9-foo:n. li-l'aniily house: 2 lots, a h;irn and r. xnrafre. Nice location. A bargain at $5,200. Patsy Lnhnnla. realtor, 172 iliph St. Di;il 3-!,">S or 5S3-1. S/.V KOOM hoiijn- for sill.'. All improvoment.M. about 15 years old. Good condition, frarn^e. Lot S3 x 250. Price reasonable. Also vacant S room 1 family house. Centrally located. Price $7,000. A. Shcpley. Dial 2-13K. J'Olt SAr,K—Two-family lioii>e <•..: >!il!skle nvcnue. Four rooms on I'nch floor. Telephone 2781 after (', p. m. daily. Til;V WAR UO.NDS AMI STAMPS Wnnteil To Rent T1JRKK Jiooins wanted to rent. Suitable for a coupie. Dial '33-12. AVAXTKI*—Runt of 3 or mor<- rooms or single house oi 1 pan of duplex house by American family of four. Telephone 53S2. FOUR or five room rent wanted immediately. Dial C020 any time. Edward Suvoski. Rooms To Rent rooms, to day. Dial rent, available thrco lion- l!: room suitable for 'I nii'ii. Twin beds. IDS Hillside Ave. Dial uOO-l. After -I p. m. •I ROOM fiirnislii-d apiirtmi-nt for runt. For particulars Dial 3S25. For Rent 11)42 National hoiiw: trailer. 18 ft On Scymour-Southbury highway Oxford, corner Hogs'baclt road. Auto Parts BODGE — PLYMOUTH AUTHORIZED-.-' •• Sales Service Parts, Accessories , Malcolm W. Starr Corp. •tSK Watertown Avc. Dial M149 Contractors Merchandise 2!la Articles Ifor Sale Merchandise BABY, unto licclH, $S t !l»; l>iil>y'auto scats, Mystis tulle inV boards, $1.7 ! up. Also largo selection o£ toys. THE KATJIO SHOP ISO Grand St Waterbury CUU>l>IUSN'S-~Tul>l<! & Clmir S Combination stove for sale. Good condition 1 . Hauls water. 59 South Main St., Naugatuck, No. Apart, 3. after 3 p. m. l r OR SALE—Black kitchen range, combination oil and gas. Price $10.00. Telephone 2781 .after C p. 711.' daily. UNITED Fenway (gray) comMim- tion oil and gas stove. Dial '1730 after 5 p. m. lOu Garage For Kent GARAGlg to rent on Chnrcl street, near Y, M. C. A Dia SOU. Announcements Notices NOTICE District oC Naupatuck, ss. Probate Court, -September 22, 19-1-1. Kstute of Rose Mary Kennedy aka Rose M. Kennedy, late of Naugatuck, in said (District, deceased. The Administrator having exhibited his administration account with said estate to this Court for allowance, it is ORDERED—That the 2Dth day of September, A. D. 19-M, at 2 o"clock in the afternoon at the Probate office in Nnugatuck, be tnd the same is assigned for a tearing on the allowance of said Administration Account with '.said Estate, and this Court directs the Administrator to cite all persons nui'cstcd therein to appear at said imu and place by publishing- this order in some newspaper published n N'ew Haven County and having circulation in said District, and NLing n copy oa the public sifn post in the town of Naugatuck. vherc the deceased last dwelt, a'nd y sending, postage prepaid, 'a like otice to each of the known heirs esiding outside this District 'at cast three days before said day ssignod. STEPHEN J. SWEENEY, Judge PAPER HANGING ami W. F. Cotu, 17 Cedar Tel. 54tti. Street. BABY Carriage ror snlo. Metal springs. Good condition. S15. Apply 210 Water street. MIscclTnncoUft Painting PAINTING—DIAL 1266 ADOLF J. HUD7.MA ti-KW HAVEN JIOAJ> Merchandise Feed ,\nd Fuel OIIDEK Now— Far limited of seasoned wood", for stove, .firo- .-place and furnace. Also field stones, sand, gravel, one coal ranfre, one gns ronfrc, one water heater, also cedar fen-ce and clothesline poles, and numerous other Items. Llffnt trucking- and moving. Dial 2302 after 4 p. m. G. Salinardi, 53S So.'Main street. IlVKRICA>-£ apples. All kind», 50c a bushel. Bring container, pick them up. R. Vai-den, Hillcrest Farm, Burton Road, Beacon Falls, Dial -1658, High 'Chairs, Povch 'Gates, Rocking Chairs, und Play Pens. Larffc selection of toys. Lowest prices in town. BEACON KIDDIE CENTER 73 GRAND ST. Wtby. NATIONAL cash register for siili:. Serviced for gas station. Real buy. Dial 4-55:30, Wtby. Education ' Instruction* Acrdbatc '] Ballroom Private or Class Eaton Twirling Retina Leonard, 73 E. Main. 5-0015 Animals 33 Cuttle And Swine 30I> fltumem JOHN'S MUSIC SHOP We buy, ncll, •Gxchnnge, nnd repair all kinds of Instruments, fewest prices in the city. 380-382 So. Mum St., Watby, Conn. Education 3.1 iLocal And Private Instructors 1D1NA SCHOOL OF MUSIC . STUDIOS—WATBY. 4-5028 K3 South Main—11 Wilson Street Piario~— Voice — Mandolin ihiJdrcn, Adulta, Advanced, Bogin- icrs. Rapid Piano Course for Adults COW for wile. Apply at 2-10 Krueg-er, 2 J.-2 yc«rN May street. old. Gus Services 37 Business Services'Rendered J'AUL'S UMBRELLA SHOP Uinliri.-llii.s & luggage wold and repaired at-1 Broolt St., Waicrbury. 38 Services 38 2'rofcMiloniiil Service* CUSTOM REtlFHOLSTKRlIVG — Special 2-piccc Suite J59 GRIFFIN UPHOLSTERING CO. Naugntuck 4690 3d Wanted To Benoer Service* ELECTRICAL fien*Jrln( Hervto* Appliances R specialty. Ray Decker, <02 N. Main St. Tel. 4000, OH. BUHNERS cleaned- Mid repaired. All work guaranteed. Tel. 3025, Harry Churchill. ATTENTION! Ortcr» taken for new Electrolux cleaners. Al»o parts and repairs. I. Ni»sen. Bonded repairman. 3 Teresa ave. Dial 4822, • I'rofoHsIonuf Service* EXCELLENT ING and Klip covers. Amazingly low prices. Allen's Upholstering Studio. Mastercraft Artists. 1 Grand St. Watcrbury. Dia) 4-OC45 BUY \VAHBONUS AND STAMl'S COMPLETE line of Ky and Varnishes. Also, Dutch Boy Lead. 40 Cleaning And Dyeing KJEVMAXTS Watpga.tuck'B Great Dry Cleaning Firm, offers its tirtt class dry cleaning not only In. family garments, but blankets, ru£/> *r;d otfj« cr epccialties in this field. ' KIEVMAST'S 76 Church Street BUZ SAWYEK ROY CRANK WE ARE SHIPPING -all kinds of Hay from Vermont, New York State and Canada. Ask for: prices. Reliable Fuel and Grain Co., G Ch'.ii-ch Street. Dial 307G. JPou.sclioJit Articles COMPLETE h o m i: furnishings bought for cash. Highest prices paid for elec':i-ic refrigerators, washers, and stoves, regardless of condition. Francis Furniture Co. «9 NORTH MAIN STRKET Telephone 3000 Wanted la tttiy Lost And Found ;HTLJVS Classes funnel Ijist Sunday on the Green'. Owner may .'lave same by calling at News Office and paying 'for advertisement. Business Announcements Special prices on All llemorlaln V. RICHARDS 260 So. Main St. NauRatuck DIAMONDS And O1J 'Gold \Vatch repairing our specialty. GRAND JBWELRY 112 Grand Street • Dial S-OOS2 BANli Kiifo iloiroNlt boxen wanted. Highest cash prices paid. Wire collect, write or 'phone what you have to offer. J. E. Murphey, Republic 6084, 815 Yeatman Ave., Webster Groves 1'j, Mo. ETTA KETT By I'.VCL ROBINSON SO YOU WANT TO KNOW IF THE VOUNG DOCTUI2, I WHCJSTa,lclNG MY PLACE [JS GOOD il~~^ \ -HA-* WANT to buy pnsUijre slumps ancl accumlations. Write J. A, Gau- thior, 111 Stillwell Dr., PlainviKc. Legislative rotipporlionment is re- fiuii'cd by the constitutions of -12 I of the status.' LEADING STARS IN "WATERLOO BRIDGE" NOW AT LOEWS Vivien LelKh «'ind Robert Tiiylor perfectly te.-imcd in the starring roloH, M-G-M'.s "Waterloo Bridge" which will open Friday ftt r,oow I'oll Micater, at a return cncr-Tfrcment. This is one of the timeliest "must so 1 )" tllma nf the Halancinj; a tender and love story afcalnst. a powerfully (Iriiniatic wtir background, the picture has everything in the way of brilliant porfoi-Tirmccs, an rtb- foi'liin^r romance, .spectacular set- tini;;;. rxeitinfr action nnd unusual phnt,iir;-;i[ihfi. If Mian L,ei«h had not •tlri'ddy displayed versatile talent in (hi; cnmpluto satisfaction of all in her Avaelfirny Awat'cl- purformnnrr: r>r Sc;a'lott O'Harn hui 1 fns- einiitlnK portrayal ot Myra LostL-r th' 1 littl,. ballet dancer of the .P.ob- ert E. Shonvood drama, would a»- spcc her lasting screen fame. -She is completely believable anci interesting in every mood ot an exacting rolo. Taylor h;-.s one of the finest roles of his carea:'. Ht is at his bnst as 11 British army officer 1 , a part that requires him to a;ce from 25 to 48 and In which he is always •convincing. He wears a mustache for characterization which pives him both a. new maturity and dignity. The story has been made vitally timely with Its opening scene in the wartime London of today with UN hjackouts and bombproof shelters and then fliclcors bad; to events in the first World War. Tho romance theme is woven around the twenty-four hour whirlwind the clashing olllccr who meet on' courtship of thy polite dancer nntl historic Waterloo Bridge during an ni rrnld. .Excellent .supporting por- formiinccs are contributed by Lucille Watson, Vit-fcinia Field. Marie OKponsltayn. and C. Aiibrcy Smith. PRIVATE BUCK World War II A Year Ago September 23, 1943 (By United -Press) Allied troops in Italy reported advances all along: the line except: 11 round the Salerno hinpe . Acorno,; Avigliano and Ginosa were captured as the 5th and 8th -Armies moved northward. Germans scuttled 30 ships in harbor of Naples, demolishing most of th'e port inst/illnUons. SlovcT.c units of the Yugoslav Kucrriila army were reported to have entered Trieste. Ked Army crossed into White Russia; also captured Poltava in the Ukraine, along with S63 othoi places. RAF dropped 1,500 tons~"~~of bombs on -Hanover, Germany, Berlin announced -formation of GREAT STORY OF NAVY CARRIER IS AT THE STRAND Out of the welter-of motion pictures devoted .to the telling of stories of our various fighting services, it remained for 20th Century Fox to bring us what is by far one a new Italian cabinet, with Benil.o Mussolini as tjlic premier ancl Marshal Rodolfo Grnziani as minister of defense. •• Urges Workers To Stay On Jobs State Manpower Director Wil.- liam J. Fitzgerald of'the Wa-r Manpower Commission today .said "that from all indications at present the collapse of Germany is only a matter of weeks and as a tribute -to our valiant fighting forces in Europe he-urged that "V Da'y" be observed ini'oughout the entire state with workers staying on the job and putting more vigor and zest in thoir work and output of -war materials for tire final and all-out Japan," hcart-warmincr epics o'f them all, in the screen's first threat drama of our ail-craft Carrier J'orcc in action. Tho film, "Winj,' Ancl A Prayer— The Story of Carrier X" opened at the Strand yesterday. Starring,- Don Amoeho. Dana Andrews and William JSytho, the picture is a stirring salute to the gal- ant JVfivy men o!' the sky whose •home is a flat-top. The screen is flooded •with the rousing humor. the adventure and drama of life aboard an aircraft -carrier. But more than that, it reveals the amazing story behind the striitesy that paved the way for spectacular victory -over the -Japs Ht Midway. excitiiiir and li-'-^-jj-.i/^p^^^ir "Quit ij, W i|| ya/ ratso? I'll get heck for takin' »o long ,fo . land)" Livestock Bingo At 1 St. Hedwiff's Sunday A birgro party 'will be held fcy St. Hedwig's parish Sunday afternoon starting at -3:30 .p. w. rtt 'fhe church pavilion. The binfto playing will continue to 7 p. m. and will -be followed by dancing." Prizes for the -bingo winners will be livestock — chickens. ducks, geese and .pips—donated by 'farmer .pnr'ish'lor.ers. Proceeds -of the event arc for the benefit of the church. The public is invited to attend. In the first hot flush of indignation against the treacherous Jap snoak-at'tack on Pearl Harbor, and with the country asking "Why don't we fight back?' 'and "Where is our Navy?" an unidentified aircraft carrier is sent into the Pacific for a rendezvous with 'it's planes. But when the planes arrive aboard the flat-top, the -rarin'-to- llght flyers are told that thoir ov- ders arc to "avoid combat with lh" enemy — to run' away and not fight back — and the carrier, and its bewildered and frustrated crew, sols out on an apparently aimless course through Jap-i:i tested waters. It is against this setting of susfctio and drama that the sttga Is- -unfolded, reaching a smashing climax -that scores a new high in film onterwiinmcnt. MaTk "Wing And A Prayer — The Story of Carrier X" as a must see — it's one ot the top entertainments of the year. • ' The second feature on .the current: Strand bill is Laurel and Hardy's 'newest laujrb riot. "The Big Noise.'" A new Disney cartoon, "How to piny Football, "an M-G-M" Mina- tuTn and latest Movietone News complete the prog-ram - WELT.-TIM.ED HOBBY King-field, Mo. (UP)—No shoe rationing problem for the Kingsfield town clerk. Miss, -Wilma A. Woodard has collected some 300 pairs many of them glass and pood, as her holjbi'. ' : '' BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS A PHOTO ME SAVE VOUCAM MAVE IF.' (SOTTA PSBC." (IL SET OH i WILL ALL IMS By ROBERT STOKX HE <->Ri VE HAVE SEEN DRlVEW f-KOM FRANCE UNO BELCHtW UNO USD DOT CMENEKAU RATTON VILL SOON CATCH UP TO DER FUEHRER f WS.VOU TMlN< VE OU6UT HELMUT. ORANCHE5, I PLACE TO egugvg ALL -VET? By BILLY BE BECK UJWEVW«--OUT OF TvAE 647 WU.16U.UES 1'VJE TOOftM NOT O^E G&VJE ft SNUFFV'5 COOEO <V\E 6v& SrWOKE vwvmww- TWE NEXT vwvu. «VT ON THE NOSE .'! UK£ RXIN'S FER ft'TWER P'JOD\'-V TO NSE - - . TO 6W£ 600ACIOUS i.oov<-see BRICK BRAOFORO By WILLIAM RITT and CLARENCE OR AI WHAT IN THE • MIRROR - IT'S UNWRAPPED GOOD GRIEF, YOU'VE AS 6AN&Y TURNS , THE: -AND BRICK IS BATHED IN _ClOjy_5LIP5 ENTIRELY FREE- BR1GKT BLUE LIGHT OF THE MIRROR MUGGS AND SKEETEK By \\ ALLY BISHOP I CANT FIND THE ' &ALL> &UT WIU.THIS DO? TO kTNOW 'HE WANTS TD TAKE YOU TO THE MOVIES^ B(JT HE CAMT GO TIL.C i DARN HIS •SOCKS ' YOU SEEM MY DARMIMS feALL?) CANT FlMD AND I HAVE TO IMEND GOAKPS SOCKS

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