Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on September 30, 1944 · Page 5
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 5

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Saturday, September 30, 1944
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aEPTHMBER 80. NAtfGATUOK-DAILY-NEWS ftl'O sort rxi>. ton :t| 0 :ltvl Jno ck- tlo «c ins oil. hJt COIN' TQ FLORIDA TrllS WINTtR? REN* M&tii ROOM THROUGH THE NEWS ADS Fcrsonnls XOTICK To whom It niny concern: I win not he rrsponslble for any bills contracted by nnjvnc other thun niysi'lf. T..OUT3 T.RIANO. Jiopt. 2P. '"•!•'• 0-29-U2. For Sale For Snlo -1-licht rn; firrt floor viicunt 0-i-oom. 2-Tumily house; '2 lotu u barn and u R urngro.- Nice loc;i- Uon, A bargain at JS.200. Pats} H.IVI-; A HKCORD M,M»: of your voice ftt oui 1 booths. Mecca ihialc Co., CO."! Bunk street. To!. 4-MSS IVuterliury Employment Help Wnnteil—Mule HOYS wur.totl by Aiiiu>ulu.>rjr Alloys, Church street. Y in room IIOIIMC, Si-cur K'.vni K c, extra loU. 69 Johnaon St. - family, Main St Bon- con Fulls. 2 fnmtly house, 'Highland Avc. JohnHcnly. Dial 503a, TWO Fnmll.v house on Cliff st ncni- Walnut St. for sale. Excellent location. Priced reasonably. H, M. Shua. Dial 327T or 21-13 ' ini'ii wimtrd tn conl'flnil wood 20 hours -per week. Tho N'aiipitiick Fuel Co., 87 Church street. MAN AVANTKI) TO DO WOOD Suwlnjr, potato plowing and all general farm worts. Arthur Simpson, Bethany, Uiinl Xnugntuck i|50t3, ; Help Wnntt'il—l r ertmle family IIOUHO on avenue for sale. Dial 27{jl after 0 p. m. 'Jin Wanted To IJuy Announcements a l.ont And Found LOST—Bnnls Bo(rtt No. -41,331 -o Naut'iUuck Savings Bank ha boon lout. Any person havin, claims on said book is called uj: •on to present the same to th 'bank within two months or 'th same book will be declared can culled nnd extlngulHhed, ani a new one issued in llou. thereof. Dated at Naugatuck, Conn. Sept. 2, .194-1. .. . Scpl, 1C & 30 Samuel N. Andrew • — Business Consultant — Income Tax — 'Real Estate Mortgages 29 Leavcnworth St. Watcrbury, Conn, Tel -l-illOO ONK, Two nnd three family IIOUHC wanted, Also farms and lot Tel. 5031. »VK HAVE BUYERS for 1-2 family houses. Jos. V. Roskd Union St. Tel. 4!)2S-2932. Lund For Sale jAl.l-:^ (Hrl Wiinli-il. Full or |>i»rt sinio. Kxperit-ncc not essential. Apply Can-oil Cut Rnto, 10B Church St. WOMAN wanti-il. Iron, llicht lioiwc- work by day or live In, Apply 151 -May street. For Sale Jlmisr-t For Sulo jil.V I4OOM (U>II,«M> for wile. All ini;>:'ovt>mpnts,- about IS years old. Good condition, garage. Lot 55 x I3i>. Price ren.ionnble. Also vacant S room 1 family house. Ccn- trnlly located. Price ?7,300, A. Shcplcy. Dial 2-133. IDEAL (M ucrc dwelling, barn, Dial -1505. farm atoclt for and. NHlc tool For Rent 7n Wuntcd To Rent THHlCK Jtoonm \vi\ntp<l to r«nt Suitable for a couple. Dial 33-12.. or five room rent tvnntc< immediately. Dial C020 any time Edwai'd Suvoskt. To Ilont r.VIO.v CITY—7 ruoin 1 funilly hou.xe. nil Improvements. Includ- inp hriiss plumhinj:. hot water ,h«t: and oil burner; 2 car jrar- nw. Price $7,300. Also S room 1 family house in good condition, J7.000. A. Shopley, dial 2-133. O.VK l-'.-\,>I!LY IIOIIKC. 7 rooni.i, for mlo. All Improvements. Lnncl- scaretl lot 110 j; 100. Near May Avc, and Millville Ave. Priced I'lVvsoiiahly. Immediate occupancy. K. M. Shea. Dial 3277 or 2H3. TWO furnished ruoniK for housekeeping to rent. Apply 161 Rubber avenue. Announcements Notlcci ^IX i-fiom lioii-H' for «»!<•.. All conveniences. Hot water heat; extra lot. Pines Bridge, four miles from town; about four years old, WI1- ll/im Chltlonden, ISO Church St. Din! 2-1-10. NOTICE - The Bonrd of Assessot-s of the Town of Beacon Falls will be in session in the Town Hail from 10:00 o'clock A, M. until 5:00 o'clock P. M. every Saturday during the month of October, the dates being October 7, 1-t. 21, 2S . 19-14 and Wednesday, November l", 19-1-1, for the purpose of receiving lists for assessment of property In the Town of Beacon Falls. Board of Assessors: MILTON CARRINGTON CHRISTIAN HEISS WILLIAM D. GALLAGHER Buy War Bonds For Victory MONUMENTS Special prices on All Memorials H. RICHARDS 260 So. M»Jn Bt, Naugatuck Automotive THE BEST SELISCTIOIN OF LATE MODEL USED CABS IN TOWX 19-12 PLYMOUTH Deluxe Sedan- Beautiful mnroon finish, clean Inside and out.'Good tires. Radio and heater. 19-11 Packard "Clipper" Sedan- Low mileage, one owner car. Radio, heater and slip covers. An exceptional offering. 10-11 Plymouth Station Wagon- Brand new body by Cantrell. In perfect condition. Better sec it bfifore it's sold. 19-11 Chevrolet Town Sedan—Radio and heater, owner moved to Cali- fornin and had to sell. Good tires, Ts'ew car appearance and condition. -9-11 Plymouth Coach—Black finish, good tires. A-l mechanical condition. Kadio and heater. Exceptional condition. Automotive IS Auto FartH DODGE — PLYMOUTH AUTHORIZED <3alcs- Service Pnrtii, Accessories Malcolm W. Starr Corp. •188 Watertown Ave. Dial 5-11-16 Contractors .Merchandise 21) Wanted To Buy FA11LOK Hi:»tor with oil burner wanted. Dial 0-15-1. . , Articles For Sale Fainting. PAINTtNG—DIAL 4284) ADOLF.,T. KUDZMA NEW HAVEN HO AD 1'APEB Hiuiglng -uul palntlne, paint and wall paper for,.sale; Also paper removing- machine to rent. Wm. P, Cola, 17 Codar St Dial !5'155. ' ' ' •TO Y S DO \'ovn XM:VS SHOPPING NOW—Use our lay away plan. 'THE RADIO SHOP ISO Grand St. 1 'Wtttcrbury DEATH TO HO ACHES Will rid your home of voaches and ants, or money refunded. $1.23. Adams' Pharmacy, :or ynion City Pharmacy. Merchandise WICKER Iwliy ciirrliig-o first class condition. 257 Cherry St. for mile, Inquire Merchandise 30 Animals Cattle. And Swine 12 FOOT Kayak for siilo. Excellent condition, Rcason.iWe. Dial •1000. Bay Decker, 402 North Main St. Musical JOHN'S MUSIC SHOP R buy, HC||, exchange, nnd repair <t!I 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 353 South Main—11 Wilson Street Piiino — Voice — Mandolin 'hildrcn, Adults, Advanced, Beginners, Rapid Piano Course for Adults 42CG. Jersey Cow for wile. Poultry, E HJiAVy If nil CroHK Jjtyintf Pullctx for sale. Reasonable. Edward Baummcr, Field St: Tel. 31301. Services 37 IIiiKlncHH Services Rendered 1'AUL'S UMBRELLA SHOP CJmhrclliLN & ItigK'XTc Hold and rc- paircu;it4 Brook St., Waterbury. rrofcittloniif Service* Feed And Fuel OBDEH Now—For limited supply of seasoned wood, for stove, fireplace and furnace. Also field stones, sand, gravel, one coal range, cne gras ranj.;o, one water, heater, also cedar fence and clothesline poles, and numerous other items. Lignt trucking- and moving-. Dial 2302 after 4 p. m. G.'Salinardi, CSS So, Main street. EXCKLLENT /I EDPMO JESTER- ING and slip- covers. Amazingly low prices. Allen'* Uphol«tcring Studio. Ma.sCerci-3.rt Artists, !• Grand St. Watcrbury. Dial 4-OC-I5 COMPLETE line of Kyanlxcpuinta nnd Varnishes. Also, Dutch Boy Lead. Services 3!t W*r.tcA.To Renter 0crvt<M CUSTOM HEVPUOUSTKKltlG —• Special 2-picc<r Suite $6» GRIFFIN UPHOLSTERINO CO. Naugatuck. 4490 ELECTRICAL Repairing BervhM Appliances a apcclaJty. Rty Decker, 402 N. Main St. Tel.' 4000, OIL BURNERS cleaned and repaired, All work guaranteed. Tel. 2025, Harry Churchill. ATTENTION! Ord-irn taken for new Elccirolux -cleaners. Alw> parts and repairs. I. NiM*n. Bonded repairman. 3 Teresa «.v«. Djal 4822. 40 And D.v«lng Great Dry Cl««nln< otters it« fimt clas« dry not only in family g»r- •ncnts, but b'ankcts, ruga «.nd other specialties in this field. Articles \11 cars cany a new car guarantee. :FHFJ<; •1092 XO. MAIN , INC. ST, 2211 Anton Sulo 1 WashinK Machine 0-Tube Zunith Full Wave Radio Table Model Rnclio 1 Vacuum Cloanor Combination Stove Florence Oil Heater Electric Roaster Brnncis Furniture Co. •149 NORTH MAIN STRKET , Tolephor.c 3000 COUPLE leaving. to\vn offer for sale lai-ffe white Quality pas range,' fully insula.ted, white painted enamel drop-lent kitchen, table and two chairs, also small pras heater. Call Sunday 11 a. m., to 4 p. m. at 20 Phoenix Ave. Gr.EXWOOD range, combination oil and gus, also g;i s stove, Dial 5110. Wanted To Buy "A safe place to buy and sell" 1937 PACKARD SEDAN PackM,rd-\Vatcrl)nry, Inc. S2 Watertown Avenue Dial '1-6109 Mnnchcstcr ship canal in .Enjr- ind is 3D miles long and twice as ido as the Suez. It was com- ctocl in 1S9-! at an estimated cost ' about S75 million. BANK safe Joposlt !>oxes wunU'd. Highest cash pi-Ices paid. Wire collect, write or phone what you have to offer. J. E. Murphoy, Re- ,pub'.ic 0084, 815 Yeatman Ave,, Webster Groves IS, Mo. BABY' wikshcr wnntcd. Must Ix; In reasonably {rood condition, toia.1 •129G. DIAMONDS Ana Old Gold Boutin. ropairing our specialty.' GRAND JEWELRY 112 Grand Street Dial 5-0082 On The Air Today 1:00 p. m. n-This is Halloran V/JZ—Transatlantic Quiz WABC—Grand Central Station WATR--News; Melody Time \VTrC--News WEAF—Adventure Ahead 1:15 p. m. W'TrC--Market Report WABC—Grand Central News WATft—Billlu Rogers Orch. 1:30 p. in. WABC—Report to the Nation WJZ—Jim-/. Concert U'TrC-rndlann. Indigo WATFt-WOR—Lope/. Orch. WEAK—The Baxters 1:15 p. m. WOK—Football; Notre Dame vs. Pitt WEAF—News WATR,—Carnival WTIC—Football aiOfl p. m. WATR—News WJZ—Horace Hcidt WEAF—To be announced WABC—Victory F. O. E. 2:15 p. m. \VATR—Football; Holy Cross vs. Dartmouth 2:.'iO •;,. m. WABC-WEAF—Football: Army vs. North 'Carolina FOR SALE! Brand New House With 6 Large Rooms Tile ISatli Ah Conditioned .Moduru Kitclion witli buitt-iii cabinets .(•lard Wood O»k l^'loors (lara.u'u witli ovcrliead doors Fully liiiidscapod lot oi 1 '}') by 110 -1'co't. Sidewalks Conic r lot lotr'ntion in jK'iyliliorliood. only i!:-<5 p. in. WJZ—Football: Illinois vs. Great Lakes 4:XO p. m. WOR—-Gold Cup Race; Trio WATR—Horse Race; Van Orch. 5:0(1 p.' in, WTIC-WEAF—Your America WJZ—News; Concert Music won—Rollini Oi'ch. 5:30 p. rn. WEAF-WTIC—Rupert Hughes WJZ—In the Groove WOR—Uncle Don 5:4"> p. ni. \VEAF-WTJC~-Ctjrt JJnsscy WATR-WJ5!—jHello Sweetheart WOR—Gold Cup Race B:00 j). m. ALL Stations—News f>:li> p. m. WEAF—Hollywood Theater WATR-W.T2—Spar-ts won—Ncwsrocl: Entro Nous WABC—Peoples' Platform WTIC—Studio Program (>;3(> |>, in. WOR—News WAEC—Platform WTIC—Strictly Sports WJZ—News WATR—Hits and Bits; News fJ.-'lft 'p. 111. WABC—World Today WEAF—!Art of Living WOR—SUin Lomax WTIC—London Column WJZ—House Party 7:00 p. m. WABC—Mayor- of the Town WEAF—They Call Me Joe WOn—Guess Who? WATR—Blue Correspondents WTIC—They Call Me Joe 7:15 p. m. WJZ-WATR-WEAF—News 7:30 p. in. WABC—America Tn The Air WATR—On Stage Everybody WEAF-WTIC—Ellciy Queen WOR—Confidentially Yours WJ2—RCA Program 7: ; 'I3 p. in. WOR—Answer Man 8:'00 p. m. WAEC—Kenny Baker Show WTIC-WEAF—Rudy Va'.lee Show WATR-WJZ—American Dance World War II A Year Ago September 30, 1943 j (By United I'rcss) American tanks roll into outskirts of Naples whiie forces make a fast exit northward; other Allied armored units drive to Torre Annur.ziata, above Pom- pc-ii; on Adriatic side of Italy, the entire Foggia plain (30 miles north of Foggia) is claimed by A'Kicd troops. At Malta, Gen. Dwigh'. D. Eisenhower and Marshal Pictro Badoglio conferred on British battleship Nelson to outline Italy's military status in fight against common enemy. Secretary of War Henry L .Slim- son revealed that American war casualties—killed, wounded, missing nnd prisoners — now totaled 115,000. Soviet troops capture Krichcv, important railway cento: 1 . British nnd Canadian heavy bombers strike at the Ruhr. In the U. S., Count Sforza, former Italian foreign minister, announced that hu would 'return to Italy, where he hopes to create a "Cromwcllian" ,-i-my and establish a republic. able * Chiiir Sets, Chairs, Rocking Chairs, Gates, and Play Pens. ' Large selection ol toys. Lowest 1 prices In town. BE -ICON KIDDIE CENTER '73 GRAND. ST. Wtby, Ballroom Private or Class Baton Twirling One-fifth of the soil of Greece is suitable for farming. Regina Leonard, 73 E. Main. C-0015 By ROT CRANH BVZ SAWYKB YOU WISH t SHOULD" TAKE TORCH AND MAKE SEARCH FOR LIEUTENANT SAWYER AND GIRL, v COBRA ? SOMETIMES t THINK I CAN'T IT, BUZ. t LIE AWAKE NISKTS. THINKING, WONDERING— THE JAPS LANDED OH LUZON BUZ. IT WAS TWO DAYS BEFORE WE WERE TO BE MARRIED. TOM DASKEP OVER TO CORREGIDOR. I— I'VE NEVER SEEN SINCE NO.' r GO,MYSELF (SHE A PRISONER? IS HE DEAD ? YEAH, t KNOW, MARY. IT'S Bf EN TOUGH GOINO, WASN'T IT ? PACT, nomxaos THE D= AN GOT APT2A1O Of AN EPlDETMlC OB SOME-<" -THING --AND CAU-E?DjOrr« THE BIG DANCE \NMEN THE. GlfSLS HEAI2D WEI2E PULLINS1HAT AU. STA^"0 OUT O! SCHOOL. TCO . \NELL- CANT ^ 8LAMH •""*'•' ME ALL PJNNV LIKE I'M GETTING ROBKBT STOKK SKCKJiT AOKNT \0 DO YOU THINK IT \z TIME TO TELL e wueue we ARE GOIN&? 5OOW VCU KNCiV..,FOf? C£R PRESENT IT COTJ WE CANNOT uONG REMAIN GOOGLK AND SNl'FFY SMITH By BILLY Dfc BECK few in in 11 tc-.s from canter of town. Telephone 3865 For Appointment TUNE IN WNAB 1450 oh your Jllul > SUNDAY 10 to 10:30 n. m. tor Polka Time ;. 'featuring : Edward Kro-likowski nnd hl.s Recording- Columbia Orchestra Sponsored by the Aluminum Co. of Aiuerlcu Music WOR—News »:1,1 p. in. WOR—Music for- RomcTnbranco WJ5S—To be announced 8:30 p. ni. WOR—Cisco Kiel WAT3C—Inner 'Sanctum; Ncwa WATR—Music Festival WTIC-WEAF—Truth or Consequence WJZ—Political Talk !»:00 p. m. WABC—Hit Parade; JT. -Sinnti-.-i WTlC-WEAF—Barn Dance !l:15 p. m. WOR—Thoatcr of t)ic Ah- WABC.—School of thu Air .0:30 p. m. WATR-WJZ—Spotlight Band WABC-WTIC—Prcs, Roosevelt n :+5 p. 111. WABC—Saturday Serenade WJZ—Dance Orch.; Quick Quiz 10:00 p. ni. WEAF-WTIC—Wood-Kelly Show VOR—Rollini Orch. WATR-WJZ—Lpmbardo Orch. 10:15 p. ill. tVABC—Correction Please VOR—Shady Valley Dance io:;io p. m. iVATR—Man C n "cd "X" iVTIC-WEAF— Grand Ole 'Opry 10:45 -p. ni. VABC—Johnny Long Orch. .11:00 p! in. \.L,L Stations—News 11:15 p. m. VATR—George Sterney Orch. VTIC-WEAF—News VABC—Ahc Lyman Orch. /JZ —Dramatic Sketch VOR—News; Weather -WET oe NOSt (Y\UUE OUER A. LEETIE CLOSER, GOT ftCOOEO <Y1£SS&Ge HERE R?OIV\ SNUFFV CAN VOU ftN' JU&UWD COtV\& TO \JOWSWNGTON RV&VAT ROOM «Gf\o rr FOR os ? - OT'S PLANt VU. VWVRE i.LftUOSV (Y\E -- Hft'.NT GOT A OftS O 1 FPiC£-UJW\T£M\N' ON !! BKICK 1JBADFORD 6URGE5 TO' WARD TME GREAT DOOR By \V1LLT.\M RITT »nd CLARENCE GRAY • THE ELDERS OF'SAMAfc FALL BACK IN AWEb SILENCE, AS BRICK IS CAW51ED \N TCllUMPH TOWARD THE jWmCH BEARS THE THRONE Uy WO'NDER. IP > 7 I THEV WIUL/[ <3<L1£SS ' HAVE A -^-Or NO IV &l<i -FIEB S^£)//~^ .r\ BISHOP NN'HV NOT? AUU i- STORES HAVE FIRE SALES AFTER, FIRE!/ f I Pi

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