Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 17, 1949 · Page 13
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 13

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, November 17, 1949
Page 13
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CHRISTMAS COOKIE SAI.E f or immcdi.-itc or future delivery. The Ladles 1 Aid Society of Irn- I Th( 'y ma y b< - ulaced with Mrs. nuel Lu«hcran church is upon-j Theodore Schradcr in- Mrs. Charlea Coring- a Christmas rookie I v "Kt- Proceeds from the sale go Cookie-, are baked bv members on i ! nto the ' .treasury of the society to order, and orders will be accepted bo used in its work. ANNOUNCEMENT Tke Takes pleasure in inviting your inspection of its newly enlarged store at 88 Church Street tomorrow, Friday, November 18th. To show its appreciation to you, whose valued patronage has made this growth possible, THE MUSIC SHOP will offer an orchid — while ihey last — to every lady who enters the business home of "everything musical" this Friday. Has the further pleasure of formally announcing that Mr. Bocco Labriola, the foremost television expert in the Naugatuck area, will head its radio and television department. (Advertisement: For THE MUSIC SHOP) dependable radio repair: Naugatuck Woman's Car Damaged In Waterbury Crash Mrs. Grace Ballard. 32. Mulberry Hill road, sustained minor injuries when her car was in collision with an auto operated by Gilbert A. Blomber;,', 23, of Ojjrisco, Wis., according to Waterbury police. Mrs. Sarah Flood, C<1, of 7G Whitman street, West Hartford, a passenger in Mrs. Eallard's car, is in fair condition at St. Mary's Hospital, where she is being- treated for injuries of the spine and pelvis. Blomberg was arrested on a charge of violating the rules of the road by Waterbury Patrolman John Walsh. He said the crash -occurred yesterday morning at 10:10 o'clock at Pearl and Bronson streets. Columbian Squires Discuss Communism "Opposing Communism" was the theme of a discussion at a cultural meeting of the Msgr. Plannagan Circle, Columbian Squires last night in the high school gymnasium. Robert Phillips, chairman of the cultural committee, led the discussion and Chief Squire Thomas Owens I presided. •.- \ Basketball practice followed the business session. Next week the | program will be in charge of Edward Delaney, chairman of the civic committee. Two Dogs Blamed In Sheep Slayings (By United Pr?s«) Authorities hope they have RMt nn end to an • outbreak of sheep killing- in Stonington. 'A black German (police dog- suspected of killing sheep IICLS been impounded: And :it tne same time, it was reported that a collie which is believed to have killed «hecp was shot. DOR Warden Stephen R. Brown said that if the state proves the dogs killed the shno-p, the owners would have to pay damages, estimated at $1,000. • NAUOATUCK NEWS (CONN.), THURSDAY. NOV. 17. UM9—PAGE ) Nine Millions Sought In Suit (By United Press) The G-lasfloss Corporation of Stratford has filed a $9,000,000 anti-trust suit in New York FeJ oral court against a Toledo, Ohio corporation. The Connecticut firm claims that the Owens-Corning Figerglas corporation used a war-i Lime government job to damage their company. Glasfloss also charges the Ohio firm with monopoly, atterrTted' monopoly, international cartel combination, conspiracy and restraint of trade. . AVERAGE MEMORY SPAN Most adults cannot remember things that happened before they were four or five. -SAVING SPECIALS JELLO OR JELLO PUDDING 2 for IS* Rose Dale PUMPKIN 2 large cans Premier CRANBERRY SAUCE 2 cans 35 Shurfine Applesauce 2 cans for RITZ CRACKERS large size fine FRUITS VEGETABLES u. s. NO. i MAINE POTATOES Peck 49c 50 ibs. $1.49 Firm, Ripe TOMATOES 2 Pkgs. 29c Large, Red Large EMPEROR GRAPES PASCAL CETERY 2 Ibs. for 29c buncl1 APPLES Mclntosh, Baldwin, Delicious, Greening- 39c basket Large California 25c dozen 2 doz. 49c We Have A Very Choice Selection of Fresh Fowl, Chickens, Capons and TURKEYS Morrell Pride Lean, Sliced BACON Fresh Home-Made ITALIAN SAUSAGE 59 c Ib. Fresh Made All Pork SAUSAGE MEAT Fresh Killed FOWL or CHICKEN 45 c Ib. Lean, Rib End ROAST PORK Small, Lean PORK BUTTS 43 c Ib. FOR YOUR THANKSGIVING NEEDS ORDER NOW WATER BURY i ^v n p^^ E: v~r V PLfcTTS KAiLLS ' TEL, WATERBURY 4-95 32. PJeanty af Parks/it/Space Christmas %/••• T^ Chrome-steel lifetime-edge RINSO Size Giant Size With SOLIUM 28 55 LIFEBUOY Gets skin cleaner LUX FLAKES Faster, richer, sudsier Bath 2 for 2 ft R g 3for22c L, 28c Re *2for23c SILVER MIST SPRY with Cake-Improver SWAN Lasts longer—more economical 3Lb. Can lib Can 87 32 * 2for27« Reg. LUX TOILET SOAP Hollywood's beauty care Bath Re E 3for23c LARGE SIZE with fine Cannon Face Cloth GIANT SIZE with Big Cannon Dish Towel 57 GET THESE SPECIALS AT YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD STORE NAUGATUCK IDEAL MEAT MARKET 2 So, Main, Street PHIL'S POOD STORE 294 High Street WHITE MARKET 157 Rubber Avenue WEISSMAN'S MARKET 91 Beebe I3treet ' HIGHLAND GROCERY 90 Highland Avenue TARNOWSKI'S MARKET 19 Cherry Street • JOE'S MARKET 123 Cherry Street THOMAS LEE 94 Gorman Street H. E. GAWlTT 93 Highland Avenue FULTON MARKET South Main Street FRANK AURORA "18 May Street W. F. BRENNAN 176 Church Street C. F, DAVIS 128 Church Street NAUGATUCK PUBLIC MARKET 120 Church Street A and P SUPER MARKET Church Street AL'S QUALITY MARKET S51 So. Main Street NORI'S MARKET 489 So. Main Street UNION CITY EDDIE'S MARKET 447 Main Street J. SZCZEPKOWSKI 84 Bridge Street SALGENE'S FOOD STORE 49 Anderson Street McDERMOTT'S 445 North Main Street FULTPN MARKET North Main Street BEACON FALLS CHICOSKI'S MARKET 7 So. Main Street I 1 and M MARKET 23 Main Street PROSPECT , PROSPECT MARKET Union City Road WATERTOWN GEORGE'S MARKET 686 Main Street WATERBURY BIG DOLLAR MARKET 1200 So. Main Street BUDGET SUPER MARKET 300 North Main Street EVERYBODY'S MARKET East Main Street

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