Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 10, 1949 · Page 5
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Be Careful--the, child you save may le your own! TW« child's mother will never forgive herself for the moment of thoughtlessness that may •car her child for life. Teach your child not to play near the stove and keep boiling liquids out of reach of little hands. It's the least you can do for your child's aafety. Hundreds of babi« tuffocottd in 1948 because their parents didn't know how to prevent it. If there is a baby in your home, ask your family doctor how to guard against this danger. Uttl* boys lik« guns. It's up to you to see to it that firearms are kept out of their reach. Accidents with firearms kill hundreds and wound thousands every year. An ofFlciol public soryico mes- tago prepared by The Advertising Council In cooperation with The Notional Safety Council. THE NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS 156 CHURCH VHflTIL/ 21 SOUT H MAIN STREET ^tSS—^S^ STREET STORE OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT UNTIL 8:45 REGULAR $5.00 REX Compacts SACCHARIN TABLETS V 4 Grain Bottle of 1,000 HERE IS A SUPER SPECIAL! A Regular $3.50 Value! A Piece FOUNTAIN PEN, BALLPOINT PEN AND PENCIL SET ALL 3 FOR ONLY Complete in a beautiful .jewelers' case . . . written guarantee wilh each set . . . choice of five color combination*. for Reducing Am.oljn Powder DEODO*4MT Military HERE'S THE SORE THROAT AND COLDS 35c VALUE! GLYCERINE SUPPOSITORIES Infant or Adult PLAYING CARDS LARGEST HZS BOTTLt STRAIGHT OR PINOCHLE BY U. 5. PLAYING CARD CO. THEATRICAL COLD CREAM 49c Full Pound Jar — Only CREAM OIL HAIR TONIC 59c Regular $1.00 Bottle for FULLY GUARANTEED HOT WATER BOTTLE 2 Quart Capacity 49 Rubbing Alcohol pt. 12c 100 Aspirin 5 gr lie 50 Book Matches 12c 25c Citrate Magnesia .... 13c lOc Hair Nets Nylon 3 for 19c 5 Ib. Epsome Salts 27c Flashlight Batteries 3 for 19c Mineral Oil Pint 19c Pocket Comb & Case 3c 50 Double Edge Blades ... 39c AMERICAN *•"**• "•"•"»•' » Monrfo/. No,.mb*r f Th> Worth of th« Individual iducotionol Opportunity ONLY AT CARROLL'S DO YOU GET SUCH VALUES Chatter ;!.V KUNNY CLVMUK Senior Projects Chairman Pat Rny, has announced that the Seu- inr AfitlvllifH Cunimlttuit hn« i-iturl.. cd l.iiIsIni; nrdni-H for tli« .I'nn-l'unnll :.C'!H, \. liu'h thi'y h.'ivu bui'n plllil- nins,- to sell for tho fiawt two wuukt!. '1 he :u't has n regular fountain p«n, ii )>a!l point pen, and pencil, »".)!• $L.a. r i. A $5.00 value. The NuiiK.-itiirk Clnipttir of thi- l)i nullity wli.l hold a clft-inc, Htrjct- ly liiroriiiul, Sitturduy iive-nlnR at UK; Miisoiiic: TiMiiplu. It will, lit- oi/i;n t« all lil^h wliool students and the Ri-nuritl piihllv. The adniis- .!<)!! Ih t«'I!:ity-/ivi1 <'('lllH. Hero arc the winners in tho senior draniiitUiH clasHPs last Friday niornliii;: l:'.«slnci.a—Roberta Camp bull and Tom Fog-crty, Gen- oral A—Barbara Stlen and Wally .UunionakiJ, General B—.Cecille Sikorski and Bob Hutt, College A —Domlnlck Natalizzlo, College B —Marg-retta Deegan, and Bob KngolHtad. Wn'ri) sory to dear that Tom Sx>:xi:|>kfi\vHkl, a Junior, has been confined to bed with a case .of piu.'iimunia. No Day! school tomorrow. Armistice Members of the French clubs are preparing for the November meeting. Tom Riluy, a stucJent- eachcr from the U. of C., will give -i talk about. Canada, where he traveled during the summer. Tlie Nuugaliick High School basketball team will open their season Dec. S, by opposing Trinity I'arlsh Uoys' Cliib of New Haven. Their second game will he against Um Junior Itcpnhlic of Ulchfiold Uec. JO. The locals will open their/valley >ajfiie and games that count for the State Tourney schedule, against Wilby at tho Armory »ec 17 Jt will be Wilby's home game. Nineteen students have entered he "I Speak for Democracy" contest, which will be held' in the High School auditorium, this evening at 7:30 o'clock. Joan Phillips, claw of '50, has (lone a painting of the high Hchool, ivhlch has brought praise from all. We wish to go along with the others In congratulating her on Ulis work of art. The swimming team will be 'locked out In new red swimming suits for the coming season. The waHon will open curly In January after the Christmas vacation Miss Mary Emerson, head of the ooclal Studies Department of our .'•c.iool, has announced that four student! will lake part in the College Geography Club, High School and College Conference, lions at ithe New Haven Teachers College Thursday, Margaret Decgan, a senior, will take part, in tho Australia and New Keulam] discussions, /inn Klise Erlclcscm, a Junior, will ills cu::a India, Nancy Anderson a junior, on the Union of Soulh Africa, and Isalas Sardo, a senior, will give his views on Canada. Tuvlday, Novomhor 0 RcipontlbU Ciliionihlp - Nov»mb«r 9 Health and Safvty V Making DEMOCRAC fhwidoy, Nov«fnb*r 10 Hom« and Community Obligation! Sfr frlsloy, Mov.mbor 11 Saturday, Nov.mb.r IJ Our Freedom and Socurlty Naxl D«cad» In Education f.clmol (c:HIM HH well as mtult, industrial, churchj and community groups. The con.sta.rtt use of I lie. Symi'-ishirn does "not include hiuh school varsity pr Jv basketlNUI teumx. This condition IN further proof, that additional basketball fiiclliiles are needed In the borough, Seniors urn sorry that, they IIM.VI- missed so many dramatics clusjcn thus far this year, due to the f.v.ct there has been no school on 1.1 number of Fridays. The senior and junior boys, of the Nuiigatuck High School Clu/'r. under the direction of Jesse Davis, mimic director hiive started In organize, a Barber Shop Chorus. . . Members of the Naugntuck Jli-Y ,:lub arc planning to take in tin; 'Vow Haven Ramblers-Cincinnati Hockey game nt the New Haven arena this evening. Tho Naiiguttick High School football squad will travel to French Field In Rnymour, thin Saturday to face Seymour High attempting to break Into the win column for the first time this season. Oiume time Is 2 p. m. Spirit Is high, and th« locals hope «o mnl«; up for their poor showhig that they made against Louven- worth lust .Saturday. Wg need our schools... OUR SCHOOLS HEED US! Join locul groups working in behalf of better Mclioola — nnd for. infomintioii on wlmt ritixon» In ninny > (•ninmuniliux Imvu done, write loi National Cltizcna Commission for tile Public Schools, 2 Went ifilh SSl-Sl Street. N«'«VorklO.N.Y. Beginning Monday, Nov. 7, our high school gym Is being used lo the fullest possible extent. It m in nlmost continuous use from H a. m. to 0:SO p. m. every day, hy For Larger Sizes 1862 36-62" PATTERN 1862 (36-52) This graceful frock in matron's sizes does a wonderful job of slimming the slightly larger figure. Twin scallops trim the shoulders, sleeves . nre short or three-quarter length. I Note the flattering panel skirt. | Barbara Bell Pattern No. 1S82 is I designed, for sixes 3C, JiS, 40, -12. 44, ! '10, 48, 50 ami 02. Mini' ,'i8 requires | 5 7-8 yards of UK-inch fabric. For this pattern, wend 25 cents, in coins ,your name, address, pat- torn number and size wanted to Barbara Bell, Naugatuck Daily News, P. O. Box «9, Station G, New York 19. N. Y. Ready for you now the Fall and Winter STYLIST. 64 pages of bright now ideas for every homo sower. Kri'o slipper pattern printed In- iililo -Lhn book. Sond 20 contn todny. Ilic'liNuii'tl by The Hell Syndicate. Im: J 11.A1'..:;•; ^g NAUOATPCK NEWS (CONN.), THURSDAY, NOV. HI, IBM—PACE News In Brief ATOMIC NEWS Washington — The President j told hl.5 new conference this morning that, to his knowledge, thorp have not been any morn atomic oxplonloiiH In RiiKslu since the one he announced In late September. The chief executive also ijaid he hoped that our relations with the Soviet union are improving. —"OOO—- MKICTING MIXUP Washington—John I-. Lcwla IUIH wired Federal Mediator Cy- riiH Cluing Chat hell wend representative*! to a conference In Wa»hhiBton with coal operator* on Monday. But Chlng wired back that the meeting wan to be today, not Monday, and that he and the owners wore waiting for the union chief to appenr. OOO PENSION OFFEB Pittsburgh — United States Steel company has offered the CIO Steel workers a pension plan that may jurt about .wind up the 41-day steel walkout. Attorneys for the union and the firm are studying the proposed settlement in secret. ARMS KHAfcK • Washington—Informed nourrcr •ay France and Britain will K d the mnjor nlmre of th« rnrrnn this country Hhlp* abroad under th« foreign arm* aid program. Thj nnrot will con*IM chiefly of nr- , tlllery and other heavy <~2iiin- ment for ground troop*. ON GUARD * Manila—Government forces in the Philippines have been alert- er! to be on guard against threats of attach by extremist forces protesting the presidential election. With more than half of the precincts counted 1 . President Quirino holds a 65,000 vote edjje over his closest rival. —•—oOo IMPKACHMKNT Bogota, Colombia—A ntat« of xiege l« In effect In the capital of Columbia till* morning, and thousand* of troop* armed with machine gun* are imtroling the vtreete. Martial law wa* deeJarrd by President O»rrfna after hfe , political opponnnta told him Im; Itenchment prore«<dlng» would be started agalnut him. DR. HAROLD E. DAVIDS Optometrist •"" " '" Announces Friday Evening: Office Hours 6:30 to 8:30 In Addition to Regular 9 to 5:30 Dally Hours OTHER HOURS BY APPOINTMENT—CALL 6178 EXAMINATION OF THE EYES — VISUAL TRAINING GARSTON'S! REMEMBER TO CHECK: / THE NICE FIT! 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