Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on September 29, 1944 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, September 29, 1944
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1044 NATJGATTJCK DAILY NEWS Page Seven THE MAGIC 'PHONE NUMBER FOR ;RESUl^G|TTINO WANT ADS IS 2228 Personals IIAVK A KKCOBU MAUK of yuur voico at our booths. Mecca Music Co., 2U3 Bunk struct, TeJ."4-J VVuturbur.v ... Sale For Sittc Employment llrl|> Wanted—Mate HOVS tvimtrtl by .\iuiriil>,Tif wling" Alleys, Church atreot. .KVKHAI- men wiinlutl to bundle ami "">' \ l 'oo'l 20 hour.i per week. Tlii> Niiujcutuclc Fuel Co., S7 Cliurch .MC root. IH.AN WA.NTKU TO I»O \vooi> s<»»'iiijr. i>i>i»ti> plowing' unil nil Kuiierul Hurni .writ. Arthur Simpson. Both any, Din! Niuwittick -iSOtj, » lli'lp Wnotuil—Vrinule MQV.K right In; flr»t floor vacant 0-room, a-fumily house; 2 lota, i barn itnd ft Kawpre. Nice loca tlon: A bargain ul »B,200. PrUsy Lubrlolu, realtor, 172 High St Dial 3-I5S or 583-1. 3 FAMILY 14 room liouxv, 3-cur K'xniKC. extra lots. 69 Johnson St - family. house, Main St., Beacon Falls. -2 family house. Highland Avc. JohnHealy. Dial 5031 Wuntcd To Uuy ONE. Two bhd three funilly IIOU.HCH •wanted. A)«o farms and lots Tel. 5031. VE HAVE UUVKRS for 1-2-3 family hou-jos, Jos. V. Rosko 3 Union St. Tel. -1828-2002. .Land Fur Snlo ,s.\|.l-,S Clrl Wiiutttl. .Full or |Mirt '.iiin'. KxpiTlence not essientlal. Apply Carroll Cut jRute, 150 Cliui'cli St. ' uuiitril. Iron, Ilifht IIOIIMI work by day or live In. Appl '.,'il May streut. For Sale 1 1 uti i For jil.X K()O.>1 IH>II«- for wile. Al iinpvuvi-ini'nts, about 15 yuai-.M okl C.'oml condition, (.'uru^e. I.ut 0 ^,'ii). I'rlci- reasonable. Also cunt A room I family house. C trully located. Price $7,500. A Shi-|ilvy. Dial 2-133. VMON CITY—7 room 1 fuinll) house, all improvements, Inclucl- >nx lirass plumbins, hot watt-i In-lit und oil burner; 2 car j:ar- ujri-. I'ricu J7.300. Also 8 room 1 Juniily house In good condition. SV.vli"!. A. Shepluy. dial 2-133. O.VK l-'AMIJ.Y house, 7 rooiiiH, for aali-. All improvements. Lj\nd- scupt-d lot 110 x 100. Near May A'.v. and Millville Ave, Priced rousoiiably, Immcdinte occupancy. R. M. Shea. Dial 327T u~ 21-13. IX I-IJIHII hoiiHo for »uli>. A1J eon- vt-nit-noes. Hot water hout; extra lo:, [-"int-s Bridgx-. four miles from town: about four years old. William ChitCi.-r.den, ISO Church St. Dial 2-1-10. TWO J-'iimlly hoiM»> on Cll/f St I11.-IU- Walnu: St. for sale. Excel- I-nt location. Priced roasonahly. K. M. Shc-a. Dial 3277 or 21-13. l-'Ot'U fuinily h»iiH<> on Hlllxldv uvcmit! for sale. Dial 27S1 after B p. m. litII.DING lots for Hiilo, (10 x Jlo, Andrew avenue, 75 x 110, Manners avenue, Huns Nlssen, Manners lu-cnue. Dial OT35. 1UIC.AL <M iicri 1 farm for MI!I>; dwelling, burn, stock and tools Dial 4505. Announcements Lout And found UBOWN puppy lout. AtiMWurx to name "Tippy* Last scon on Church street. Reward. Dial 3754. lii AntiouncumuiitH Samuel N. Andrew — Business Consultant — Income Tax — Real Estate Mortgages 29 Leavenworth St, Watorbury, Conn. Tel -1-1109 MONUAtBNTS Special priceM on All Memorial! V, RICHARDS SCO So. M»in St. Naugatuck Automotive For Rent Wiintoil To Rent TllltJJl-: ItooniM wantiHl to rt-nt, Suitable for a couple. Dial 33-12. I'OUll or live room rout wuntccl Immediately. Dial 5020 any time. ISdwurcl Suvoskl. Hooirm To Rent TWO fiiriil.slit'd rooms fur housokeeiiinK to rent. Apply Rubber avenue. 101 FURNISHED room to rent for I or - people. Very centrally located, 18 Barnum court. TJIR ."BEST SliILlOCTION OF LATI-: MODEL USED OAKS IN TOWN' 9-12 PLYMOUTH Deluxe Sedan- Beautiful maroon finish, clean inside and out. Good tires, Kadio and heater. 19-11 Packard "Clipper' 1 Sedan— Low mileage, one owner 'cur Radio, heater and siij) covers. An exceptional offering. 19-11 Plymouth Station Brand new body by Cantrcll.- In perfect condition. Ectter sue It before it's soiil. 19-11 Chevrolet Town Sedan—Radio and heater, owner moved lo California and had lo soli. Good tires. Now car appearance and condition. 19-11 Plymouth Coach—Black finish, good tiros. A-l mechanical condition. Radio and Iicuter. Exceptional condition. Contractors 1'ulntlnic 1'APKn HANGING und tulntlngr W. P. Cota, 17 Cedar : Street Tel. 22' PAINTING—DIAL 43W ADOLF .1. KUD21HA NJSW HAVEN IIOAD 1'APlEll Hunting itiul imtntini;, paint and wall paper for 'sale. Alao paper removing machine to rent. Wm. F. Cota, 17 Cedar SI. Dial 0.153. Merchandise Feed And Fuel Now—For limited supply of seasoned wood, for stO"oi flre- place and furnace. Also field stones, .sand, grovel, one' coal range, ono gas, i-ange, one water lieater, also cedar fence' 1 and. clothesline poles, and numerou other items. Lignt trucking'an moving. Dial 2302 after -1 p.' G, Sallmxrdl, 033 So. Main aLi-o Merchandise .Wanted To Buy DIAMONDS Ami. Old Gold . Wat'jh repairing: bur, specialty. GRAND JEWELRY 112 Grand'Street' ' Dial 6-OOS2 Heatur, with oil biirmir :' wanted. DiuJ 5-15-1. Articles Jfor Sulo HA BY uuto hetls, ,$3 t IHJ; bulty uuto Beats, Mystis talking boards, $1.79 up. Also .-large-selection of toys. THE RADIO SHOP '180'Grand' St. Wut;crbury DJCATH TO'ROACHES' Will rid your home of voachcs and Wit's, or- money refunded, J1.20. Adams' Pharmacy, or Union City harmacv. Merchandise .10 \i FOOT Kuyiik fur K:II,:. Excellent condition. Reason;)ble. Dial •JOOO. Ray Decker, 402 North Main St. Education Instruction* Acrobatc ])ANCE T a P- Toc Ballroom Private or Class Enton Twirling Rcfjina Leonard, 73 K. Main. 0-0035 Clllt-DKEN'S—Tahlo & Chair Sr.U High Choirs, Rocking- Chairs Porch Gates, and Play Pens Large selection of toys. Lowest prices in town. BEACON KIDDIK CENTER 73 GRAND ST. Wtby. MllKfCUl JOHN'S MCSIC siror We buy, Null, exchange, ;ind repair all kinds of instruments, fewest prices in the city, 3SO-382 So. Main St., Watby, Conn. BAliY Cim-lajji; for wilo, Metal springs. Good condition'. $15. Apply 210 Wilier street.' • 28'lioId Articli'N Announcements Notice* NOTICE The Board of Assessors of the Town of Beacon Falls will be in session iu the Town Hall from 10:00 o'clock A. M. until r>:00 o'clock P. M. every Saturday dur- n!j the month of October, the dates r.K October 7, 1-1, 21, 2S 19-M ind Wednesday, Novombor ll 10-14, or the purpose of rcoeivinijf lists or assessment of property in the 'own of Beacon Falls. Eocird of Assessors: MILTON CARRINGTON CHRISTIAN HEISS WILLIAM D. GALLAGHER All cars carry a now car guarantee. FKEfi ^IT/TORS, TNG. •1092 NO. MAIN 'ST. k 2211 1 Washing Machine 9-Tube Zenith Full Wave Radio Table Model Kadio 1-Vacuum Cleanur Combination Stove Floronco Oil Heater . Electric Roaster Fr.incis FniTiiturc Co. 4-19 NORTH MAIN STRKET Tolephone 3000 lil-ACK Gl<--iiwood niiiK tion oil and gas, for condition. Dijil 27.09. i', comhlnii- sale. Good COUPLIS Ii:avlll(f town off«r for salo larffo white Quality (fas ran fro, fu;iy insulated, white painted enamel drop-'.Oiif kitchen tablu iind tu j o chairs, lilso small heater. Call Sunday 11 a. m. to -1 p. m. at 213 Phoenix Avc. It Autos For Sale "A safe place to buy and sell" 1937 PACKARD SEDAN PJH:kivrd-A\ r nto rh i.; ry, In c. -1S2 Water-town Avenue Dial -1-0309 GLENWOOIJ raiiB oil and gas, also • 0110, comlilimtlon s stove. Dial Auto DODGI'] — PIA'.ArOUTH AUTHORIZED Sale? Service Parts, Accessories AT.'ilcolm T\ T . Stan- Coi-p. •ISS Watcrtown Ave, Dial 5-11-lfl UUY WAKBON1>S AND STAMPS Wanted To Huy BANK safe ilopoult l.'bxes wanted. HiK'hest cash prices puid. Wire collecr, write or phone what you have to offer. J. E. Murphe'y, Re- publlc COS-f, 815 Yuatman Ave., Webster Groves IS, Mo. A forest fire starts somewhere in the U. S. every 150 'seconds, it is estimated. One quarter of all forest fires are started by careless smokers. WrCKK'K hnli.v carriage first class condition. 257 Chorry St. fur sal.:, In'iuiro Education 31 r,o&il And 1'rlvutfl InslriifiUirs PINA SCHOOL OP' MUSIC 'STUDIOS—WATEY. -I-502S 3.03 South Main—H Wilson Street Piano — Voice — Alandoiin Children, Adults, Advanced, EeRin- ners. Jiupid Piano Course for Adults Animals Cultli; And Swine .-12GG. Jcrsi.-y Cow for sale. Dial Services 3!» Wnr.tctl To IUMi<ter CUSTOM RITUPHOtSTEBINO — Special 2-piec-. Suite ....... (00 GRIFFIN UPHOLSTERING CO. Naufjaluck. 4900 KLECTKICAE. ttf!|MMrlnic ftervtal Appliances It specialty. Rny Decker, 402 N. Main St. Tel. 40(10. Services OIF. RURNKKS clnunnd and rw paired, All work guaranteed. Tel. 3Q2T,, Harry Churchill. Lfllslnos.s Si:rvlccN Jic-iidi-rcd l'AL'1/S U.MBKKr.LA SHOP Umhrcllas & hi^KHKv sold and ro- p.-i.ii-ci ; at -1 Brook St., Watorbury. slonuf Services -tW.1 and slip covers. Am.-v,iHRly low prices. Allen's Upholstering Sf.idio. Mastercraft Artists. ] Grand St. Watcrbury. Dial -l-OG-15 COAII'MS'l'li line nf Ky.-iijlws jjainfj, :jnd Varnishes. Also, Dutch Key Lead. Oracr« tdken tor new Elcctrolux cleaners. Also parts and repairs. I. Ninsen. Bonded repairman. 3 Teresa av«. Dial -SS22. •10 Cleaning- Anil Ttyctng KfEVMAX'S Great Ory Clcantnf Firm, offers ilfl first class dry cleaning not only in family u«.r- mcnts, but blanlvtlK, rujfs m.nd olli« ur spccinlties in this field. KIEVMAN'S TO Church Street Appointment Of Archbishop In Boston Announced Sept. 20—(UP) — A Catholic priest from Newton, iliissuchuHL-tts, has been named urt'hbishop of Boston, succoedlnf,' thi- lute Cardinal O'Conncll. He Is the most 'Rev. Richard J. Cu.ihinf,-. paster of the Sncrocl H«art church of Newton Center. Hi* appointment by Pope Plus thy 1-th WHS announced by the Apostolic delegation in WashinK- to.i. Bishop Cushlns Is a fra'duatc of Koston college. He was ordained at St. John's seminary In Brighton, Mass., in 1021, and was consecrated an-auxiliary bishop In' 1939. Since the death of Cardinal O'Connell last April, .Bishop Cush- InK has acted as Inter-Kejrnum administrator of the Boston arch- Uiocoso. He delivered the eulogy at Cardinal O'Conneli's funeral Mass, and is widely known foi- hisoratory the puipit. CRTS 7.KAV.E OF A11SKNCE New Haven, Sept. 2»—(UP) — Yale Professor Elliott Dunlap Smith hns been granted a leave of absence for the rest of the academic year to be a visiting professor at -Carnegie Institute of Technology in 1'ittsbm-fjh, Pcnn Professor Smith, master of Saybrook college, and chairman of economics at Yale, will teach human- s'.ic and social studies at Car Tech. BUY WAJvHOND.S A>'I) STAMPS FOR SALE! Brand New House With 6 Large Rooms Tilo Ball) Air Conditioned Modem Kitelion -\vit1i built-in cahinots H.'u-fl Wood Oak Floors r!;n-n,yo with overhoad doors Fully landscaped lot ol' 55 by .110 J'oet'. Sidcwnlks Corner lot location in 'finest: residential neighborlmod, only few niinulos from ceTitcr of town. Telephone 3865 j For Appointment Thanksgiving Will Be Observed On Different Dates Most (By United Press) Americans will observe fr Day this year on | November 23rd but in a few states j they'll wait until Nov. 20th. ! Texas and Georgia will cole- > brato the holiday 'twice. i A Congressional act of Dec. 20th, j 30-I2, set Thanksgiving Day on the f-ourtli Thursday in November. Many calendar-makers therefore printed Nov. 23rd in red on year's calendars. But in Georgia and Nebraska the state legislatures have made the last Thursday of the month a holiday and this year November has five Thursdays. Tennessee also Will observe Nov. 30th under a governor's proclamation. Texas has no state law conccrn- ng Thanksgiving Day observance and while post offices, federal of- Ices and banks will observe Nov. 23rcl, Govcrnoi- Stevenson says he will proclaim the holiday for Nov. .30th to conform to coliojrc football schedules which name Lhut' d.-.itc for the Texas versus Texas A. and M. frame. Governor Arnall of GoorRia ruled that ill's .stale wiil celebrate'both the fourth Thursday designated by Congress and the fifth Thursday established by state law. Banks a n d other businesses, however, have not announced which date thuy will observe. In Illinois, Governor Green hrs not issued his Thanksftivii-.p Day proclamation but it's- expected he will dosignate Nov. 23rd. ' World War II A Year Ago September 29, 1943 Beautify your home We recommend Murphy Da-Cote Enamel for t beautiful finish of long enduring wear.. For the many indoor and outdoor opportunities lo bring the beauty of color to the home there U nothing like Da-Cow Enamel. (By United Press) American ' Fifth Army breaks through last German mountain defenses ar.d speeds for Naples o vet- plains west of Mount Vesuvius. On Russian front, victorious Red Army units seize Krcmenchug and Rtidr.ya, Allied bombers continue their attack on Japanese base at Wcwak on New Guinea. He-ports from Italian-Swiss frontier said that Italian soldiers, strengthened by Yugoslav gucr rillas, had stiffened their resist i:ice against Germans in northern Italy. On Corsica Germans tire driven nto a- strip' about 3C miles _by eight; strive desperately to cling to hills from Bastia to Folelli. CANS, Inc. MAPLE STREET TEL. 3507 Your Eyeglasses Shop C H • «»• Tomllnson HlllldiiiR- , Conn. Electrical Supplies Lighting Equipment nOMB 'EM WITH BOMBS Victor — .Columbia — Dc'cca Records SWAN ELECTRIC CO. 15 CUUIICH ST. TEL. 2574 Furnace Inspection SEBVICK 011(riltlon Phone irnone Waterbury Heating Co. 33 Spring St., Wthy. 4-fi-nS GREATOAKFARM OXFORD KOAD Tel. 504!) MILK — EGOS Di-llvi-r.v To All L'lirtM of NiltlKiitiick < ***»+?'fff?+f**~r*~*f*~f~f+~*f-' Specialists in all kinds of altering, repairing, etc. D. LIEBERMAN 2(1 CIIUKCII (JTBKKT KOV CRANK YEAH. ME WAS CABBING WITH THE LITTLE BLONDE ONLY A MOMENT SAWYER? CHI, HE WENT OUT INTO THE CAVE SOMEWHERE— HIM AMD ASARY, LIVING QUARTERS FIND THEM. A SOUSAND PARDONS, SIRS. HAVE YOU SEEN LIEUTENANT SAVVVEK ? SMES PI2ETENDNG ) S HASThlE MEASLES ABOUTTEN SlRiS HAVE PHONED DOWN W/IW ME/ISLES sen.." '_ BETO \-OE CANF LET'] HEI2 MAMS HIM HAVE I GOT AS'IDEA.. I WON3ESEO WHAT VOU WER£ SHOOTIN 1 I AT, AL! Ill WAV TRUCK- DRIVER . YOU BACK TO CAMP! O/HIWOU5- BUZZIN6. ONS OF ~ GUARDS LOOKS AROUND TOO uA~ BABNEY GOOGLE AND HEM ,-zeKet OVER «^4 TELL MIT LONG-DISTANT 15 A-CftLUt-V". NOT CRLL JUGUftVO GOOGLE, ft BODftC\OUS SUGGESTION TUEM come TO i -..-___„[ T-_—**'• ^ -• ,.~.^~ IJy \VItMAM HITT and Ct-AREN'CE GRAt LOOK, PALS RKTHER WALK. 1 INTO THE TMRONE-ROOM WITH THEW.' MUGGS AND'SKEETER NOTHIN! AT AUL-!... I'M JIST CASE t EVER. .'....WHAT'S ///' UJR.ONQ ? v— ' I' ' fl

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