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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

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T : MONPAY, SEPTEMBER 20. 1944 NAUGATTJCK DAILY NEWS Page Seven Call 2228 To Place Ari A! With A Real Result Getter d Put 00] Illy sty tho >mt e«. to y's wo til. 3-2 to ho (1 cl ' 1V "-nycine. other •T,, ISM-I. i-v:o F .UOBEUTS. VOICI-' Co.,; U'au'i'lniry KrK'OlvI) MA UK of your pur booths. Mecca Aluslc r>nnk Mll ' act ' Tcl - 'l-l'l" j, ( .| ( |iT tlm<> again, Wi- muko t ,. 0;( h i-very ilny, Also do CUM' ' " ulkin ^- P. Employment lli-lp \Vimteil-Mnlo I-'OUH family avenue- fiir'sulc Q p. in. „„ ji||M,| ( .Dial' 273.1 'after i r.vMu.v n ,•„„,„ i,,,.,.,,,,, ;,_,,.„. K'u-iijro, extra lotu. GO Johnson gt -i U-.mlly house, Main St. Bra-' con -.'an:;, a r. lln i| y hcnlaO| nj h _ l.-uul Avo. JuhnHoaly. Dlul M3:l. IX .liOOM IIOII.HI- for .salr Ml improvements, about 15 years old • C.oocl co.uliUoii, garage. '.Lot C5 x -JO, Price reasonable. Also vi cunt 8 room i family l-.ouso. Cen -rally located. Price $7,500 Sheploy. £>ial 2-133. CKNTRALl.Y located room to rim for 2 plrl«. If interested cal 3S18, Ida Guru go For limit GAUACiK to rent on Cliurch street near Y. M, C. A. Dial 3011. Announcements Wauled To <XVK. Two and three family house wanted. Also farms and lots wiuitoil, P»rt linic, Apply "R." «iiv "f The Nows. .Box jlKVRUAI. iui'!i M'lvnli'd to handle * ccfll •""' u ' 001 ' 20 hours per week. 7ho Naupituck Fuel Co., 87 Church strive. «'IO 1IAY.K 1JUYKKS for 1-2-: lamity houses. Jos. V. Kosko 3 Union St. Tel. -lO^S-2052. Land Ko r U'lintvil — Fniniilc JtV\>TKI)— Sulcs girls for iiflrr ,<chuOl iiiul (Saturdays. Must be It; visit's of age. Also Sales taiiios Wanted tti to t>, r > yeurs of m-f. full u: 1 part time. Also stock boy v.';ir.:od for after school, must bo'lt! years of ago. C. C. Murphy Co., Church street. I1UU.U1NG lots for sale, lit) x 1.10 Andrew avenue. 75.x 110, Manners avenue. J-Ians JSissen, Manners iivonue. Dial 0'035. IVAMTKD — Oirl or woiinin for yei'ii'i'id olilci 1 work. Excellent working conditions, wnfres ittKl Kuan. Address Box "C" In cure f! News Otticc. BKTJIA.NY— Clinic,.- lioni.-sltrs. Oiie or more acres. State Hifth way opposite .T'ublic Library. 15 mi mi tea Lo Xaupatuck. Liberal terms. For Rent \Vantocl To Kent TlIKKK .Kooms wanttsl <o rent, Suitable for a couple. Dial 33-12. HAIKIMtKSSKH wa.nl 0<I. Gootl wa^cs. Apply Ruby's Beauty <hop. 1M> Church St. Tel. 2U?1. 1VOMA.N' wimti'tl. Iron, light work hy day o: 1 live in. 151 Muv street. Apply For Sale For Sale MOVK right In; first floor vacant. C-rooni, 2-fiimity house; 2 lots, .1 b;tr:i antl ;i frurnfre, Xlce location. A hiii'snln lit SD.IOO. Patsy I.,-xbr:oln, realtor, 172 High St. Dial 3-l.w or 533-t. \VANTKD—Uon', of r. or more rooms or single house or part of duplex house by American family of four. Toluphono 03S-, FOL'lt or five room ri.'iit immeclltuely. Dial C020 any time. Edn-ard Suvoslti. TU.KKK or -I room rent tvaiit<xl Legal NotlooH NOTICE District of NiuiKutuck, ss. Probate Court, .Sept. 20, 19'H, Estate of J, Frances Lewis, late of Naugatuck, In said District, deceased. The Court of Pi-jbiUe for the District of Naug-atuck hath limit- oil find allowed six mon-ths< from date hereof for the creditors of said estate to exhibit their claims for settlement. Those who neglect to present their accounts, properly attested, within said time, will be debarred a recovery. All persons indebted IM said Estate are requested to make immediate payment to ETHEL BORDEN LEWIS Box 33C Naugatuck, Conn. Executrix. Per Order of Court. Attest: Stephen J. Sweeney. Judge, 1,!M2 National house trailer. IS ft. : On Seymour-Southbury highway.! Oxford, corner Hogsback road. Auto 1'urtM DODGE — PLYMOUTH. AUTHORIZED • \ Sales Service Parts, Accessories ' J\;!';ilcolm AY. S.taiT Coip, -18.S Watcrlown Ave. Dial 5-lld6 UABV unto ljc<l«, $.'),!>»; b;il>y Jiii seals,"My'sl:is'ta.!Iiinjr boards, $1.70 up. Also large selection of toys. THE RADIO SHOP ISO Grand St. " " " "• Watcrbury ' ' IJKATIl TO ROACHKS Will rid your ho_me at Voaches and ants, or-irioncy" refunded, ?1.25. Adams' Pharmacy, or Union City Pharmacy. Contractors J'uiiit.lnj;' PAl'JEK 1IANGINO' nn(I Fainting. W. -F. Cota, 17 Cedar Street. Tel. a.1f>6, i Combination stovo .for salt!. Good condition. Heats water. '59 South Main St:, Naiif, r atuck. No. Apart. 3. "after 3 p. m. Fainting PAINTING—DIAK «GO Anor.r .j. KUDZMA NI':w MAVE.V JiO.-VD Merchandise Feed And "Fuel OllDEIt Now—For limited supply of seasoned wood, for sLo"c, fire- plni;e and furnace. Also field stones, sand, gravel, one coal range, cue paji ranye, one .water liuater, also cedar fence and clo'thcslir.e polus, and numerous other items. Lifrnt trucking and moving;. Dial 2302 after •( p. m. 'G. Salinordi, 53S So. Main street. FOK SAX IS—Black kitchen .combination- oil and fas. Price ,$10.00. Telephone 2781 after C- p. m. daily. 1 ' I1AIJY CarriuKn "ror'salo. Metal springs. Good condition. ?1C. Apply 230 Wlter st.-eet. mjKl£JCAN15 aplHes, All kinds, GOc :t • buslicl. 3rinp- contiiinei', pick them u]>. R,. Vurden, Hillcrest Farm, Burton Road, Boa- con-Falls. Diul -1GS8. CJ-IILBIUSN'S—Tiihlo. & Chair Sets, High Chairs, Rocking. Chairs, Porch , Gates, and Play Pens, , Large .selection of toys. Lowest prices in town. BEACON KIDDIE 'CENTEP. 73 GRAND ST. Wtby. NATIONAL ciish register for sale. Serviced for gas station. Real • buy. Di,-jl 4-5550, Wtby. ' I Aero bate Ballroom ] Tap, Toe Private or Class Eaton Twirling-, ' , Regina Leonard, 73 12. Main. 5-0015 I-KAJIN .Scientific Mjuisajff, pood field. Masseurs needed. Evening classes. Write for free booltlol. College Massage, 77 .Plaza, Bridgeport. -JOHN'S MUSIC SHOP Vc Imy, Nell, exchange, inn] repair all kinds of instruments, Lowest prices in the city. 380-382 So. Mam St., Watby. Conn. Education 31 Local And Private Instructor* DINA SCHOOL OF MUSIC STUDIOS— WATBY. 1-5028 -. r ;3 South Main— 11 Wilson Strcel Piano — Voice — Mandolin Children, AduHs, Advanced. 33esrin- nora. llapid Piano Course lor Adults • Services.- Service* .Rendered CUSTOM KICUrnorAtTKIllNG — Special 2-picce Suite .. .'•.-?..' '.439 GRIFFIN UPHOLSTErtlNG CO. Naugatnck •..' "^ *690 3!) Wnnl«d To RciKter ficrvlo**. ELKCTfllCAti RcimMitf ServiM Appliances a Bpcci.oHy. R»y Decker, 402 N. Main St. Tel. 400ft J'AUL'S UMHKELLA SlIOl? . Umbrellas & luggage wold and re- paircual-). Brook SI., Watcrbury. 38 - Jt'rofes.slonnf Services • ICXCIiLLENT JJEUI'.«Of,S'i'ER- INCr and slip covers. Amazingly low prices. Allen's Upholstering Studio. Mastercraft Artisl^s. 1 Grand St. Waterbury. Dial 4-OC-55 COMPI.KTK Hue of Kyanlw; paint-; and Varnishes. Also, Dutch Boy "-cad. About. J!H.OOO persons die of can- 1JUV WAItUONDS AND STAMPS ccr in the U. S. each year. OIL BCTINKIIS cleaned and paired, Al) work Kin ran teed. 3025, Harry Churchill. - ... cl. ATTENTION: orjcn« t«knn for new Electrolux cleaners. Al«o parts and repairs. I. NU««n. Bonded repairman. 3 Teresa'ave. Dial -1822. And Dyeing. Firm, offers KIEVMAN'S Great Dry Cleaning its firtt class dry cleaning not only in f»mlly (garments, but blankets, rugs and other specialties in this field. KIEVMAN'S Tti Church Street BUZ SAVVVEK By KOV CRAN* 11 Lost A.u<l Found Articles CHILD'S Glasses found liwt Sun- i COMPI.KTJS home clay on the Green. Own or may have .same by calling at News Office and paying for advertisement. boufrln for cash. Highest prices paid for electric refrigerators, washers, and stoves, regardiuss of condition. JANK Hook hvst Saturday morning in center of town. Name Nolle Renzoni, -IG Woodland street, in it and a $10 bill. Howard, Dial 5.1S2. immediately. One child, school 12 Uiwliicss Announcements tijit. Dial 302.1, after G p. m. Kooms To Kent MO room snitiihli; for ^ men. Twin bods, .laS Hillside Avo. Dial OfiO-l. After -I p, m. •I KOOM fiirni>.lircl :ip:trtnirnt for rent. For particulars Dial 3S25. MO.VUME.VTS Specldl prices on All Memorials V. RICHARDS 2<iO So. Main St. Automotive 14 Autos For Sale Buy War Bonds For Victory "A safe place to buy and sell" 1037 PACKARD 'SEDAN' P;iels;i,[-<l-W;Uerbi!rv, Inc. •1S2 VSutcrlown Avenue Dial -I-C309 Fr..'ii)cis Fumitnrc; Co, 4-19 NORTH MAIN STRKET Telephone 3000 '-'J Wantoil ro Buy DIAMONDS And Old Gold Untight. Wnloh repairing our .specialty. GRAND JJ-:WJJ:LUY 112 (Ji-and Street Dinl !;-OOS2 U.ANIt safe ili>;)o,slt I.'O.VUR minted. Highest- cash prices paid. Wire collect, write or phone what, you have to offer. J. E. Murphey, Republic 60S-), 810 Yeatman Ave., Webster Groves IS. Mo. WANT to liny postage stamps and accumlationti.. Write J. A. G/.iu- thior, ail Stilhvell Dr., Pluinvillc. GI's Get Pros And Cons On Wives' 'Place' Home From Pacific liy MA1WOWK COLL1KU United J'rfas Staff Correspondent i Washington (UP) — "Do you want, your wlfq to work after the war?" --number one poser for lota of CJI's—has been answered by the i\;n\y in one cany lesson, A war department pamphlet, one c.' a .series Issued by tho morale MI-VICM division to stimulate discussion in Army groups, plunges i right into th'e heart of the problem: 'The two sexes do not see eye to : tyc In regard to woman's 'propr* 1 i placi 1 ' .some women'prefer ovor- ! alls to aprons." One 01 to Another from there it's a furious cllscus- s:on between two GI's. One of them wants tho little woman to be Jirlcciy domestic: "Don't forget i>"at nutn.'nobllos aren't the only 'iimi;s that need producing," he |dls the other CT. "If women doh 1 : "Me kids. p."otty soon there won't "« «ny automobiles nor anybody to "<b m thuni." The oth(.-r c,1 might have rc- P'lrd, "So what?" but this lime he ^mnnci a snappy comeback: "How f J° U J'' ^' CJU 'ike to stay home all ''">'' . .A woman Is more inter- C3 'ir>i,' if she has a job, ton." P"-' '\rmy figures that thcso |_i">i:s can't be discussed intelll- '-' f My unions GI has the facts I 1 - "and. The booklets give them i e h! >ckgrounel and the discussion 'Mt-M-s let thr- feathers fly. GI roundtablcx won't have to 'om'.nc their debates to purely rto- ""tic issues. Tho Army would lllto Jo hnvo the soldlcr-H express thcm- ,,,!). rs r ' n international topics— . , {lt - sh '' 11 ' 'JP done with the war Puhli y ' ! " " W1 " tho French Ko- ISiickgrniiiul of Franco v , ° booklet on Prance gives tho wnsround of the nation's history »inc,.. world War T: "Over 1,300,••' frenchmen were killed in tho «™ , U ' ar " n<1 ""other 4,000,000 ™ ntl <--rl: women outnumbered ,' en HO to 100; from 1830 to 1300 It,i PW-'Mon oC Germany and tiouhipri while that of France only one-third, Fire Jumbo Shots To Crank Plane Motors New Haven, Conn .(UP)—A jum- !.•;> shotshell, considerably larjrci- thnn that used by a rnhbit hunter, is now boin^ used instead of slor- aKe batteries to start airplane mo tors durinp testing, nccordint; Thomas I, S. Eoak, works man- ;i™er of the Winchester Ecpoa-tinp Arms Co., which is manufacturing shotshells of this type. A storage battery provides a continuous row of energy whereas the shotshell delivers a sir.glc powerful impulse to start the motor, Mr. Boak said. Tho starter cartridge is longer, but similar in appearance to a standard shoisliell. Placed in the starter mechanism, tho cartridge I is fired electrically. ' the Cf thinks tho Army , , •• to push too many factsi ;' ,II.H face, he can road the book- T 5'"'' (1 "What Is Propaganda?" )„ "" A rmy admits that It deals •' ^""npnganda by disseminating ,1, '"Cation-hut good propagan- tnioti C ''' n h ° concoriloc ' 01 ' "pen, rc,t« "•' °'' containing appeals to ••".I 01- n nnrvihinnH^^ •• hut the that rival have tho right to - in the open. The "Lone Kagle," C'lmrlo, .-\, Lindbergh, is shown leaving Pennsylvnnia station, Xew York, after serving for several months In the I'iiciric with thu U. S. Air Force. Tho flyer received citations for .successful experiments in .stratosphere flying. (International) Poker Game Called As Cobra Kibitzes P.ockford, 111. (UP)— How "kibitzing cobra" broke up poker game in Jndia was told here by Cpl. Challis A. (Bud) Crawford, jusi home from the Chinn-Burma-Indla theater. Challis, who spent a 30-day JMI,',, ° r 'Ifnocrncy pol 'Hs of view S CO.OPKflATB an,' S ntl " 0 a ' fl) --Ponton Harbor eenti Jof!c l> h > Mch,, which rc- '; " ott!tl to provide ont, sewage h P ' ant : ° Mi; '- vc hol - h cltloi1 ' he i i Vp v " lfti (<1 co-operate in J " int ott-nci. or - <L ' '' r ' ° ' nnd operation announced the Municipal Awociotlon. , leave here recently, said after he stared for a startled moment at tho flvo arid one-half foot snake gaxing into his poker hand, "things really broke loose." AH I he players, he said, dropped their cards, grabbed leaves out of hut table and went after the snake. After killing the reptile, they spent the night looking for its mate, since cobras, Challis said, always travel' In pairs, but were unsuccessful. Challis has spent 27 months in "tho , China-Burma-IiKlia theater, whore he supervised maintenance of machines used in building the Lodo road. Marshes and 'monsoons which wash -out roads arc the greatest obstacles encountered, but "American engineers keep it poing, said. ...... AND I WON'T ll5TEM TO Ml,'. STAND KM YOU SAWVCR/ YOU DON'T 6E ABSURO, SAWYPW. AS FOR VOW, MISS MASON. RETURN TO VOOR QUARTERS/ NOW, IOOK, ANSEL— YOU'RE BEING UNFAIR. I EXPLAINED THAT SHE'S JUST A GIRL C KNEW IN COUEGE. VOU rHREW VOURSEIF INTO HER ARMS AFTER KISSING ME GOODNIGHT! AS I IIVE AND 6Rt ATM E,'SULTRY—• '.0-J'REJ EAIOV5/ TEUINfiMEWHO NEED CAS. TM I WOK 1 ! fTANP fOK nf r CAN ASSOCIATE ON MALMAKERA WHO CAN «T Bv PAUL nOBINSON IJUSTCAME PAST (LETS GO TOR i WALliV'THEGE'S DOCTOR. MAS MOVED IW.'fig IMASIN'E HER GOING FOR. A WALK,.* 1-Man Task Force SECKET AGENT X9 By ROBERT STUB*, ARE. FAR FROM DES ROAD -I MAKE A UTTLE PIPE! IT'6 eETTINS.DARK, WOLP6ANS! IF WE GO OM 7GNISMT, WE MIGHT WALK ON A SNAKE CR INTO AN ALLIfiATOR'5 /MOUTH /11ANV C ENEMY DID KILL* UEHRER VOULD MALL USE UR BONES i BAIiN£Y GOOGLE AXD SNt'l-TY SMITH By njLLV DK BKOK HERE'S ONE SOURE NOT ftFRWO VOU'lL CRftCK UP. GENERAL--WERE' J4026 MORE SOLUTIONS i Or- SNUFFM'S CODED Credited with sinking or damaging sl.vty-.six Jap .ships, Coindr. Nnrmitn Jllllor, vVinslon-Saloni, X. C., Inus just been awarded two new gold stars hy >"«vy Sec- ri-lary Forruslul. Miller now 1ms nine nied:ils and two citation* to his credit for excr/Kinlniary iiehieveniiTiTts in aviation in the 1'aeific. U. S. Navy photo, (Interim tional) TUT-TUT GOOGLE, General property taxes have been discontinued by eight states. PRIVATE BUCK BRICK ^BRADFORD [ • BRKK STANDS j INTWE.GURE OP THE MIRROR By WILLIAM RITT and CLARENCE GRAl LOOK! ON THE TOWER! ITI5BREKK.' •.IN A.N.lN5TAvNT. THE GREW THRONG BELOW IS IN W1LQ TUMULT - TUE1R LEGENDARY HERO HAS RETURNED ^ MCGGS AND SKEETER GOlr4<i TO TA>K£ UP RA.OIO YOU SAY VoiJ MA^VEM'T WAITING IIIKS TAXPAYER Lawrence, Mass. (U P)—Iratn taxpayer Alexander Bernard was arrested on a disturbing the peace charge after he went to tho Internal Revenue office here and threatened to remain indefinitely until his income-tax rebate' was paid because he "couldn't wait any longer." you lend mo that mike a minute? I can't seem to rail* my operator on the other• «uifH"_.-.--.r :

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