Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 13, 1949 · Page 5
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 5

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, October 13, 1949
Page 5
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(OPEN THURS, & FBI. 8 A. M. TO 9 P. M SAT. TO 6 P M | PATSY'S Inc Nationally Advertised Quality Meats 1589 SOUTH MAIN STREET, WATERBLTRY FKOM WESTERN STEER BEEF Steaks TENDER — JUICY — SHOULDER SWlfrT'S GRADE A .SHEEJ' Proposes Sales Tax Increase To Finance State Aid For Schools (By United Prpus) A Republican 2-epresentative from "Union proposes a one per cent sales tax boost to finance state aid for school construction. In a letter to fellow lawmakers. William A. Ward. Sr., said he believes his plan is the only way out of the apparent stalemate over financing such I a program. | Ward's proposal would mean in- -rriisinic the sales tax to three per cent, and earmarking one per cent of the take for a school construction fund. It would remain in effect for four years. LEGS LEAN SUGAR CURED Smoked Shoulders TENDER YOUNG BABY BEEF LIVER e b DRESSED BROILERS SMALL LEAN" Fresh Shoulders FROM WESTERN STEER BEEF Chuck Pot Roast SNOW WHITE — MILK FED — SMALL" 14 Potential GOP ! Candidates Asked To I Form Party Policy '< 'By United Press) Fourteen potential G-O-P candidates for (he 1950 ticket have been asked to carry the ball for their ' In a letter to the candidates, Republican State Chairman Clarence iF. Baldwin .said it is time they I came to the fore as the developers of party policy. Up until now, Baldwin explained, legislative leaders I1 have been spokesmen for their i Among those receiving, letters i was former Congresswoman Clare , Boothe Luce of Ridgefield, who Is I mentioned for the United States i Senate. b LEGS of VEAL «. 2J- ?f CREAMERY BUTTER Sb roll AIL SIZES-LAND Q. LAKES TURKEVS-CAP UAri-KOASTINr' CHICKENS Alway Flushing Operations Scheduled Tonight Beginning tonight at 11 o'clock and continuing until 3 a. m. tomorrow, the water mains of the low service system will be flushed, the Naugatuck Water Co. has announced. Water will be entirely off for most of this period in the higher I section of the system. Sufficient water for drinking purposes should be drawn before the flushing operation starts, since the operation will discolor the water. Affected will be all streets below Johnson street, on the east side of town. On the West Side, Hilside avenue, and all of the streets south of Highland avenue, except Galpin and Koadley streets, will be affected. Flushing of hydrants will be continued Friday, Tuesday and Wednesday. More-fbr-i/our-moneif DODGE «& PRICED WITH THE LOWEST! B-2 enes NAPOATPCK NEWS (CONN.). THURSDAY. OCT. 13. Dodge "Jo6-Kcatect," Chassis Features 1. supft-rticnoN atrrcHis extra large frictional areas. "Job-Rated" for smooth action and long life. ». IU6CED 3-, 4-, ««d 5- SKID SYHCHIO-SHIFT TIAHS- MISSIONS — "Job-Rated' for the load. Carburized gears; heat-treated shafts; antifriction bearings throughout. 3. IUU HOMING IUIMUS . . Hypoid design; banjo-type housing . . . "Job^Rated" for the load. Long life . . . low upkeep cost. 4. fOWUIUl "J»i-««t«J" HAKES . . . Cyclebonded brake linings (no rivets) prolong brake life. 3. cMKS-rm STIMIHG ... Sharp turning angle- 6. SAKTY-IOCATED CAS TANKS . . . Outside the cab, NOT inside! • • • NEW STEEMHG CCH.UMH GUI- SHIFT . . . Standard equipment on YI-, Mand 1-ton models with 3-speed transmissions . provides easier handling, more unobstructed floor space, greater safety of operation. "SIGHT SPOT" HAND BRAKE under the center of the cowl, right where you want it. Standard on all Yl-M- and 1-ton models. Provides unobstructed floor space; easier passage through either cab door. They're more-for-your-money any way you look at them! Read why ... on this page. See why ... at your Dodge dealer's. New B-2 Series Dodge "Job-Rated" trucks are designed throughout to last longer . . . to save you money! Compare them—feature for feature, price for price, value for value—with any other trucks! Know what you're getting for what you pay. * . Switch to Dodge. See LIBERAL TRADE-IN your Dodge dealer now ALLOWANCE ON . . . and save money! YOUR PRESENT TRUCK Dodge Engine Features • FAMOUS DODGE L-HEAD TRUCK ENGINES . . . "Job-Rated" for your loads. Save gas, oil—cut service expense. • COMPLETELY SPLASH- AND DUST-PROOF ELECTRICAL SYSTEM . . . with high-output generator. Resistor-type spark plugs, and high-output coil, provide amazingly smooth engine operation; insure longer plug life. • EXHAUST VALVE SEAT INSERTS... resist wear, pitting. Reduce valve grinding; preserve performance. • REPLACEABLE. PREFITTED MAIN BEARINGS . . . precision, i.ont-life Quality. Reduce maintenance costs. • FULL-LENGTH CYLINDER COOLING . . . uniform cooling of cylinders, protects . . . reduces wear. • 4-RING ALUMINUM ALLOY PISTONS ... for top performance- longer bearing life; low oil consumption. ' • FULL-PRESSURE LUBRICATION . . . positive pressure to mam, connecting rod and camshaft bearings and camshaft • OIL-BATH AIR CLEANER . . . highly effective in protecting the ensme from dust and dirt. HOTCHKISS STREET GARAGE J. L. MAZILAUSKAS, Prop. 47 Hotchkiss St. Tel. 5727 It doesn't hurt to be beautiful * Some girdles leave you beautiful l^ut breathless—but this Warner's loves to make you bfeathtakingly beautiful with the easy comfort you've always wanted. ... because it's a patented Sta-Up-Top* Le Cant*, your waist will be.slimmed and comfortable. . . . because the sides stretch both ways and the bade up and down only, it won't ride up. . . . because the front is firmly boned, you'll be smooth and flat. ; ... because it fits so easily, YOU'LL LOVE IT! 'Let our trained corsetieres fit you in our Corse* Department. S12.50 Other Warner'* girdle* $3.59 to $15.00 In our collection of favorite Warner's Sta-Lp-Top girdles, we have other lengths and a variety of fabrics, too. You'll find one JUST RIGHT for you. 'And, of course, there are the oh'so-popular Warner's bras forallfiguresSlM to $5.00 (Conet Department, on the Balcony)

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