Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on September 26, 1944 · Page 7
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1944 NAUGATUOK DAILY NEWS Seven THE MAGIC 'PHONE NUMBER FOR RESULT GETTING WANT ADS IS 2228 Personals NOTICK For Sale | IVIM bills " 1 '"•' t»r n."y oflu-r Si;p Tor •Mi'lt'il hy anyono •If iifu-r :his iliito l'.i-1-l. I.KO »•'. UOBKRTS. MADK of your H>*»ths. Mecca iluslc i street. Tol. -1-.M2J IT Ii: f tuni j.ldi-r time :s!i ovi'i-y I'uU'i 1 '" ii^itln. ^Vi- miiUt' day. Also i!o cun- sikiiiK. \Vni. !•'. .[invon I'oacl, ONK .FAMILY limiNn, -, rimms, for sale. All ltni>rovurnent.M. .Landscaped lot !ilO x .100. Corner May Avo. rind Mlllville Ave. Prlceil rcasouuLly. .Immediate occu- p:mcy. U. M. Shea. Dial 3-'77 or 2'1-I3. Employment Wanted— Miilo I'"'" ""'"''"'I- P !lrt i. ~ a. ni. iv .1 p. ,-v 1'aul tno, lnii' in. Apply \var.ti-il. I"" 1 ! <'""'• Al'l' »K," care nf The News. l- iiu'M \v;nitrtl t<» hancllr coul »ni! wood 20 hours per week. TV Naii^'atiieU Fuel Co., i>7 l-'OtMi family housr mi IlilNid.- avenuu for sale. Dial 27S.I ul'lcr ti p. in. ," .FAMILY 14 room liou.so, 3-rar K-'vrujre, extra lots. GO Johnson St. - family house. Main St., Beacon Falls. I 1 family house. Hijrh- lantl Avo. JohnHoaly, Dial 5031. For Rent ItooniH To Kent; CENTJtALLY locateil room to rent for 2 Rii'ls. If interested call 3S1S. I Ou For Kent GAJl.'VGiE to rent on Church struct near Y. M. C. A. Dial Announcements .MOVE rltfhl in; fir-it floor vacant, 9-rooni. i!-fa:r.i[y h-juse; 2 lots, a barn and a sai-ape. Nice location. A bnrfruin nt .?5,200. Patsy Lubriola, realtor. 172 High St. Dial 3-ir.li or CiS3-l. . NotleeH NOTICE TWO Family house on Cliff St. near Walnut St. for sale. Excellent locution. Priced reasonably. K. M. Shea. Dial 3277 or 23..I3." Wiintril—Female tt'A.N'TKD—:Sal"'> irirN fur nfli-r ichou! anil Saturdays. Musi be li! years of a.w. Also Snles LtdiVs Wanted lt'> to 0"> yours of ,i£t'. Knil "•' part time. Also stock liov wa.'id'd for at'toi' school, must (H-'l'i yi'-.n-s "t 1 IIKO. O. C, Murphy Ct>. Church street. -I' — (: ' r ' tir woii ! uflK-'i 1 work. .I .- eoaditions, wu AiMrrss Hox "C" in for an<l care Waiiti-d To Uuv O>'E, Tivn and three family hoii.ses wanted. Also farms and lots. • Tel. 503.1. WE J1AVK IlliYEKS for 1-3-S family houses. Jos. V. Kosko, ii Union St. Tel. -I92S-2052. I-nul For Sale ItlilLDI.VC. lots for salr. (ill x III), Andrew avenue, 70 x 110, Manners avenue. Hans Nissen, Manners avenue.' Dial 0033. For Rent Wanted To Kent H.MKDUKSSKIl wuiitcd. Good jU'i 1 .-'. Apply Ruby's Beauty hop. l.MH'hiirch St. Tel. 2US1. TllliEE Koi'iin.s wanlfd to rent. Suitable for a couple. Dial 33-12. \VO.M.\N uantcd. I run, •;•!( hy ilay or livi I May strent. For Sale For Sale • IX KOCI.M liotiNc for stile. All Irr.piwemi'nts, about lOyeatsold. Cmicl condition, jfixrajrc. L-;>t 5i) x 25*1. I'nc-L' reasontible. Also va- cr.nt s room t family house. Cun- trnlly located. Price $7,000. A. Shcpli-y. Dial 2-133. FOL'll or flvt- room rent wanted immediately. Dial 0020 any lime. Edwurd Suvoski. 'rillvKK or -1 room rent wanted immediately. One child, schooi £if,'e. Dltil 30'--!, after 6. p. in. The Selectmen and Town Clerk of the Town ot Beacon Falls, Connecticut, will be in session, in the Town Hall In said Town'from ONE O'CLOCK P. M. UNTIL THREE O'CLOCK P. M,, SATURDAY September 30, 19-M, for the purpose of examining and admitting to the Elector's Oath all persons found t'ltuilificcl and whose rights have matured subsequent to Snpicmbci 1U. 19-M. Attest: CHRISTIAN HEISS. RALPH E. UPRIGHT CONLETH I-QERNAN Selectmen. FRED C. CURTISS Town Clerk. Dated at Beacon Falls, Connecticut, this' twentieth day of September 19-1-1. Automotive Auto Parts DODGE — PLYMOUTH AUTHORIZE!) ,. f ••& Sales Service Parts, Accessrlei Malcolm W. .Starr- 488 Watcrtown Avc. .D'lal Contractors 1'alntlnir PAPEB HANGING iwid 1? W. F. Cota, 17 Ccdnr Tel. 5-iriti. Street. Fainting PAINTING—DIAL '1200 ADOLF .1. KUDZMA NK\V HAVEN IIOAD II Lost And Foiuid HANK Honk lust Saturdiiy niorn- ing in center of town. Name Neilo Kcnxoni, -10 Woodland street, in it ami it .$10 bill. Reward. Dial G1S2. r.M'Ell lIiuiKini; luid paint and wall paper for au-lo." Also paper romovinp machine to rent. Wm. F. Cota, 17 Cedar SI. Dial 5-I5C. Merchandise Wuncud To Buy DIAMONDS And Old Gold Bought. Watch repairing our specialty. »:-'•',- GRAND JEWELRY ,112 Griind.-Strcct , : Dial !>-0032 ,2!)u Articles For Sule • 'BABY uxito/lieilN, JH.'t.WS; buhy unto : -.scats, MystlH luJkinV boards, $1,79 .-'•up. Also larfje selection of toys. THE RADIO SHOP ' ISO-Grand St. • Wjiterbiiry ,'•* . Merchandise :to MI»cc-.liin<!OUH DEATH, XO -ROACHES Will rid your homo of, roaches and unts, or money refunded; .$1.25. Adams' Pharmacy, or Union City Pharmacy. CHILDUEN'S—Table &• Chair Set*, High Chairs, Rocking Chairs, Porch Gates, and Play Pens. LrirKC selection of 'toys, Lowest .prices in town. BE-VCON KIDDIE CENTER 73 GRAND ST. Wlby. NATIONAL cash register for s:il<!. Serviced foi' gas station. Real buy. Dial 4-5550, Wtby. Education IllNtrilCtloIlM Acrobatc DANCE Ta l>. Toc Ballroom Private or Class Eaton Twirling Regina Leonard, 73 E. Main. 5-0015 Animals Ci'.ttle And Swine I-'KESH •J2GG. Jersey Cow fur Mile. Dial Coniblnatlun stove for n:ile. Good . condition. Heats water. CO South Main St., Na.u#atuck, No.' Apart. .3, .after 3 p. m. Merchandise •25 Feed, And Fuol OllDEIl Now—For limited supply of seasoned wood, for stove, fireplace a.nd furnace. Also i'ield stones, sand, pravel, one coul rrm£c. cno f-rits r:ingre, one water lieat-or. also cod:ir f e n cc uiid clothesline i^oles, :ind numerous other items. Liftnt trucking and moving. Dial 230-' after -1 % p.. :rr. ,G. Salinnrdi, 53S So. Miiin'slr'cwt. 12 13iisiiH'SN Announcements Special pri-MM •V. rUCHAUDS aiO.VUSlENTS on All Memorials 200 So. ilnln St. Automotive ISooms To Hent DOUBLE room suitable for ~ nn-n. Twin bods, 15S Hillside Ave. Dial 550-1. After •! p. ni. •I ROOM furnished iipartnifiit for rent. For particulars Dial 332'>. Buy War Bonds For Victory i-i Autos For "A safe place to buy and sell" 1937 PACKARD SEDAN P;i(. j k;>,r<i-Waturbiiry, Inc. •IS2 Wntertown Avenue Dial .1-0100 U'E AKE SHII'I'ING all kinds of I-Tay from Vermont. New York Slate and Canada. Ask for prices.- Reliable Fuel and Grain Co,, n Church Street. Dial 307G. Household Articles FOIl- SAL12—Black kitchen combination oil and. t,'a,s. Price ?10.CO. Telephone 27S1 after (j p. 111. daily. OAHY C:irn:i.j;<: ror salr. Mutitl spring's. Good condition. $15. Apply 210 Water street. JOHN'S MUSIC SHOP We buy, Hell, exchange, and repair all kinds of. instruments. Lowest prices In the city. 3SO-382 So. Mam St., Watby, Conn. Services Services 3'rofnKKlorml Service* CO. CUSTOM Special 2-pioC': Suite .... GRIFFIN UPHOLSTERING 3!) Wanted To Render (Service* ELECTRICAL flRftfflrlnic Servlo« Appliances a , specially. Jtay Decker, 402 N. Main St. TcI-4000. Oil, BURNERS cleaned und rw paired, All work guaranteed. Tel. 3025, Harry Churchill. 37 BiiNincKN Services Rendered Education 31 Lociil And Private Instructor* DINA SCHOOL OF MUSIC STUDIOS—WATEY. -1-5028 5E3 South Main—11 Wilson Street Piano — Voice — Mandolin Children, Adults, Advanced, Beginners. Rapid Piano Course for Adults BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS .PAUL'S UMBRELLA , SHOP UnilirvlhtN & l»KK-»K'' *°M :u«d repaired at-1 Brook. St., Watcrbury. :1H I'rotcxxlonnf Services EXCELLENT ESX; and slip covers. Amazingly low prices. Allen's Upholstering Studio. Mastorcra.fi Artists. 1 Grand St. Wixterbury. Dial 4-0045. COMrLKTK line of Kyanizn paints ;ind Varnishes. Also, Dutch Boy ATTENTION! .Ord,on< token for new Elcctrolux cleaners. AUo parts and repairs. I. Ninscn. Bonded repairman. 3 Teresa *ve. Dial -1822. •10 And I>yeln» KIKVMAN'S Kavgaluck's,Great Dry Cleaning Firm, offers ils firm class dry cleaning: not only in family garments, but blankets, rugs and oih- er spec!»1 ties in this field, KIEVMAN'S T6 Church Street BUZ SAWYER By CRAN* AMERICAN FEttA VERY BAD FOR MAHARANI. YOU NO SLEEP, NO EAT. 1 \Vashih},' Machine 0-Tube Znn'th Full Wave Radio Table .Model Radio , 1 Vaeuum Cleaner-Combination Stove Florence; Oil Heater Electric Roaster ' Fivmcifi Fumitnre Co. H9 NORTH MAIN STRRET Tolcphone 3000 Wanted To Buy WAR BONDS UAXIv safe ill-posit L'OXVH \vunled. Highest cash prices paid. Wire collect, write or phone what you have to offer. J, E, Murphey, Republic COS-.l, S15 Yeatman Avc.. Webster Groves IS, Mo. I WAS THINKING OF AFTER THt WAR. THE TIN MINES. I'LL NEED A MANAGER— A MAN— SOMEONE LIKE SAWYER. : >N'T BE ABSURD/ ) CET OOTiT/ T^c^--"*Vv\ ""••-1 $-" ft E1TA KETT By PACL ROBINSON feuTWr [iHATI f- BUT WHATS HE GOT HAVE,Mr GOT: ~( THATSWHAT} I'M GOINGj J PETE/DOKTBEJSALOUS I LOVE YOU LIKE A SlSrEQ.' l-BUFTWcVSAVI-iES LOOK:IMS."AMD ;VE SIMPLY GOT i TINE DOUBLE j BILL NOW AT JLOEW THEATER U'lth Vivien Leif;h ard Robert Taylor perfectly teamed in the sttr.-ir.K roles M-G-M's "Waterloo Bridge" now ptayinjr at Loew Poll »J one of the timeliest "must see" .ms of thii year. Balancing a tcn- rand beautiful love story against powerfully dramatic war background the picture has everything' i" t!ic way of brilliant pcrform- ir.c« ,;ui iibsorbinf,' romance spec- locular st-ttinK!) excitinK action tind • niiJUal ,-ihotOf,'!'iiphy. If Miss I-,clj;h ?M\ not. alrrady displayed her ver- sitili' talent to the complete sa:ls- 'nction of all in her Academy uvnni performance of Scarlett O'H-u-n. h.-r fascinatlns portrayal Myi-a faster, the little ballet !:i.ic«!i- of tin.- Robert E. Sherwood assure her lasting i<:~f'.-n f;n!ii>. S^ho is completely bc- and Interesting In every ;tn exciting exacting role, has one of the finest his career. Ho is nt his ;i I'.ritlsh army ofllcer, IL t i-i-qultTs him to ILK° from v... K, forty-eijrht and in which '-'.c is always convinciriy. lie wears a mustache for characterization, which frizes hin: both a now maturity and dignity. The story was made vitally timely with its opening scene in the wartime London of today with its blackouts and bombproof shelters and then flickers back to events in the ilrst World War. The romantic theme is woven around the twenty-four hour whirlwind courtship of the petite dancer and the dashing olll- ccr who meet on historic Waterloo Ericljre during- an air raid. Excellent suppot-tin Kperfonnances arc contributed by Lucille Watson, Virginia Field, Maria Ousponskaya and C. Aubrey Smith. The co-hit on this thrilling hit program is "Stran^ucrs In The .Vifrht" with William Terry and Virginia Grey. World War II A Year Ago September 26, 1943 (By United Press) American Dth Army pushed relentlessly toward Naples, while other Allied units on the Adriatic cuast advanced north 23 miles. Allied aircraft struck at EolOK-1 Chiirlus Bickford and Sir ria, Bolzano und Verona, [ Hardwickc are featured. Russian troops continued to j Beside this, technicians dris-e on Kiev. U. S. Flyinj.' Fortresses raided Reims. France; penetrated SO miles east of Paris and blasted the Champagne airfield and Junkers SS repair plant. I o- | ..it Fox-20th Century's for the fllm- j nf,' of the epic of our air-minded ; Is'avy, "Wing und a Prayer — the I story of Carrier X." no\v on'' the | screen at the Strand. i In it's time, the film capital has I reproduced everything- from Egypt 1 tothc murky jungles of Guadal- j canal, but this picture boasts vhc ; llfif. flat-top in motion 1 picture : history. : The Him stars Doii Amechc, Dana I A n d r e w s and William ' Eythe. Henry m: STOHKO Boston, Sept. 26—(LT P)—Those I blue ration tokens are K°'nK" to a, Cincinnati store - house. The re-' tflonal O-P-A office announced that the tokens, which become invalid Stiturclay, would be ship.pcd for storage. But none of the officials knew if there would be any fur-. I her use for them. "THE STORY OF CARRIER X J> NOW AT THE STRAND A new "first" in Hollywood's lonjr list of technical achievements was scored when- an exact replica of a f.'iant aircraft carrier was built of wood, plastic and composition board, all. non-essential materials. con- sti-ucted a hanfrar deck on which planes were stored and a flight control tower which is the brain center of the flat-top's aerial oner- alions. Despite the metal scarcity, the reproduction of the Riant aircraft carrier is authentic in every detail. For interior scenes, studio ofTlcials simply asked the carpentry department to built n set re-creating; the below docks section of a ship. Without using any metal whatsoever. they reproduced the stanchions. 1 beams, canncls and watertight doors of wood, The companion feature on the present Strand program is Laurel and Hardy's latest mifthquakc, "The Big Noise. 1 ' FOOTSALL Fl=LD TO- I'LL COOK: UP SOME- ROBERT SXOKV. SECKET AGEXT X9 YCU r&HX Ttf£R£ r* $OM£ LEFT TO SOV.S? FOR BREAKFAST, v£ TIGHTEN UP DEi? 5ELT 15 IT NOT £ TO &O K'UNfiKV FOR ACH! AT T'lNK DOT OUS BOA13£R5 Vc ''Wt TO COVER! BARNEY ftQSOLUTELN TiAROU&W- UlftSUEO UP \JO\-m THE UJUOLE ) ^ Give up i\ BE TU\S GOOGLE .'! ' IT'S Of\ftO AND WOLOINC? UP TUG UJUOLE TO SEND-WHERE TO SEND By HltLIAM Kirr «nd CLARENCE GRAf SEE - IT is BREKK - ME THE SA.CREC> ; CONAE, LET US WELCOME T WE GREAT HERO/ MS^M PACIFIC OCEAN ^ r SOUTH AMERICA INDIAN OCEAN MUGGS AND SKJCKTKlt ressing bnxes arc on the market. But what to send and where to send !' The Army and Navy have given a list of suggestions and these arc 'Dilated numerica-ily above. Locate on the map. the area to which a- Wckagc is to be sent and then note the ofiicia! suggestions which arc' 1 'UROPEAN THEATRI —American roast cofTco and vacuum-type coffee makers; canned san'dwich-makinp materials; clothing, ui.c Ur idcrwecir. because extras are hard'to get; cameras and dim 2 MIDDLE EAST —American dollar bills, wool swimming trunks, leather travel kits, brown civilian-type shoes; no perishable items S PfRSIAN GULr-Larco-sb.cd billfolds for large Iranian money; , . leather or fabric wrist-watch straps; hair oil. mouth wash and face '°'i°n; bottle openers and can openers; tec shirts; sun classes; moisturc- pr °°f cigarcue cases; bow! or stick shaving crnnm. 4 CHINA-BURMA-INDIA—A special request from here seems to bc.for highest quality-razor blades (somelhing'to do with humidity, apparently) : sun glasses also wanted. ^ 5 SOUTH PACIFIC—Lighters, flashlights, sun glasses; highly Sca'soncd'. snack foods for beer parties; radios; watches (very scarce and highly valued) • • . . ..-;•'•. - • ' -•:• 6 PANAMA—Money; golf and tennis bails, other athletic equipment;'' playing cards of good quality; musical instruments. .-.. 7 " ALASKA AND AtEUT|ANS—Radios, pipe tobacco, hunting knives, fishing equipment, leather craft and metal working outfits. HAWAII —Money bolts, shooshinc kits, khaki tics and socks,.toilot articles, lighters, pipes and tobacco, swim.trunks, flashlights.. 'GR c ENtAND AND ICELAND — Lighters, pipes and tobacco, toilet ai-tlcles, flashlights, fountain pens, watches. 8 By XVAI.I.V KISHOP DID HE <3IVE. ME A WJ(-\IPPIM<&!.'.... ME ALL OVER- THE LOT' OME •TO MORNINGS!!

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