Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 18, 1949 · Page 9
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Richdale Reelected Council President Boston. Nov. 17- -J.imes C. Richdale of Ifelrose Mass.. v.-as ro- elected president of the New England Council by Council directors meeting here today in conjunction with the opening of the 25th New England Conference. The reelection of Mr. Richdale, •who is New England manager of Esso Standard Oil Company. Bos- ton, was announced to the six Now England governors and some 1,000 New England • business lenders as- HcmlAuil in the John Hancock Hall for th(! opening session of "the town meeting of New 12nglamt tmsinc'HS." The Conference is convened annually by the New England Council in cooperation with the governors. Also reelected were: H. Ijadd Smith, director of research, Vermont Marble Co., Proctor, Vt., as Council secretary; and Dudley Harmon, Wellesley, Mass., as executive vice-president. EXCLUSIVE DEALER IN WESTERN CONNECTICUT NEW DITTO D/IO DIRECT PROCESS (LIQUID) DUPLICATO! HERE'S WHAT IT DOES MAKES 140 BBTTE COPIES PER MINUTE OF ANYTHING TYPED. WEITTEN OR DRAWN ... IN ONE TO FOUR COLORS AT ONCE ON ANY WEIGHT OF PAPER. WITH THE \\\> I/// COPY CONTROL TOP CAPACITY—COMPACTLY STYLED FOR TODAY TOP QUALITY — PRICED FOR TODAY ONLY $14950 Come In—See What D.10 Can Do For You TERMS ARRANGED FREE DEMONSTRATION Plus Tax Tel. 4-0133 150 Grand St., Waterbury OPEN MONDAY APPEAUNG PICTURE AT DOG SHOW V/EARING A RED RAINCOAT with hood and red waterproof boots of real leather, a boxer at the New York fashion show for dogs casts a "you- appeal-to-me" glance at the frail young thing in the white angora sweater. The tiny pinscher, sporting a diamond collar, gives the big fellow one of those canine coquetish glances in return. (International) Becker Goes To Advanced Pilot Training School (Special To The News) Aviation Cadet William C. Becker, son of Mrs. E. Crampton Becker, 226 Meadow street. Nau^atuck, has successfully completed the seven month basic phase of Air Force Pilot Training at Goodfellow Air Force BjT;e, San Ar.gelo, Texad, and h?.s boon transferred to the advanced Pilot Training School at Lubboek Air Force Base, Lubbock. Texas. He will receive an additional six months of pilot training in the (r.ultl-englne "Mitchell" B-25 together with advanced militray and academic training- v.-hich will qualify him as a Second lieutenant Pilot Officer in the United States Air Force. During the .'i>even months of training at Goodfellow, Cadi>t Becker received instructions in instrument flying', night flying-, acrobatics, .and cross-country. He .'Use completed extensive training in military and technical aviation subjects. Cadet Becker was employed as a student at the Academy of Areo- nautics, Now York, before coming- to Goodfellow to beg-in his pilot training in the United States Air •Force. For Veteran Q—T am taking a course in luti- Trmbile mechanics under Ihe GI Bill, but I am afraid I'm not cut out to bo a mechanic:. What mu*t, I do to change to a different field? A—Affer Nov. 1, 1949, you will have to undergo advisement and q-uidance from VA before you will bft allowed to chantjc to a different field of training. Your ncarent VA office c'-in make necessary arrangements for advisement and c^uid- Q—T rparl somewhere thai WorUl V/ar IT veterans will get their NSLT dividend checks before Christmas. Can you tell me whe.n I 'will get my NSLI divide7i.l check ? A—There is no possibility that I any NSLT dividend checks will be I mailed before January, 1950. About \ the middle of January, the checks ! will be froins out at the rate of 200,000 a day. R.C.A. VICTOR Is Happy to Announce That Besides Victor Records, THE MUSIC SHOP in Naugatuck Is Hereby Francnised to Sell and Service R.C.A. Victor Radio and Television Receivers. — ORDER THEM NOW _ THE MUSIC SHOP ^- "Everything Musical" — 88 CHURCH STREET TEL. 5287 RCA Victor 8X541 in deep maroon plastic A ne\v low price for an RCA Victor with the famous "Golden Throat,'' tone system! It's ahead in stylo . . . powerful in performance. Lustrous plastic case adds color and excitement to any room. Circular cltinl revolves at the touch of your finjjcr. Clever . . . easy to use. It's a delight to own, an exceptional "buy." HCAVtdartm tn dark maroon vfottte. • If you'd like more ^£™*" pleasure from a radio ... finer performance, more power and better tone . . . then see this new RCA Victor AM-FM Instrument. J~H.ll rorile today RCA Vicfor 9T246 Here's RCA Victor's sensational, brand new Special Anniversary Model Helling at the lowest price ever for Eye Witm-ss Television. You get brilliant, locked in tune pictures on the new, wider, 61-squarc-inch screen. You get all the famous RCA Victor features that have made Eye Witness Television America's favorite. The handsome new cabinet is something beautiful ... its graceful lines, attractive grille cloth and deep maroon color make it an object of simple beauty; Ask us for a demonstration today. AC operation; S19995 TIME PAYMENTS ARRANGED Q-—T have a guaranteed loan on my home nnd T have Buddeiny "ome into money. May I pay off the balance of my loan at once" 5 A—Yea, you may pay off Ihe loan before it comes due nnd without "ny unearned interest ior other penalty. Q—-T am drawing- retirement pay rind now plan to bepin school in February under Ihe GI Bill. May T also receive subsistence while al- tondin^ school. A—Yes. - Q—Can a WorJd War T veteran who has lost the use of his lops because of (service-connected injuries get a Rrant for a "whesi- chair" home under recent law:-, A—Yes, if he cannot get about without the use of canes, crutches or a wheelchair and if he is otherwise qualified. Inquire at your nearest VA office for details ibout the new law. Velerans and their dependents who desire information concerning- their benefits and entitlements arc invited to send inquiries to this newspaper. Their questions and the answers will be published in this column. NMU Strife Victim^ VKWS (CQTm.>, rntnAv. NOV. m. mitt— CLAIMING that he was badly beaten by a group o£ left-wingers who had seized control ot the National Maritime Union (CIO) headquarters in New York City, Joseph Moutol, right-wing union patrolman, is comforted by fellow workers. The riot, quickly put down by the police, grew out of the recent ouster of M union officials. (InternationoB SHOP.A tP FOR FESTIVE FOODS a ATTRACTIVE PRICES.' At AiSP you'll find everything you need lor a grand Thanksgiving least . . . templing appetizers, plump poultry,, larm-iresh fruits and vegetables, high-quality dairy products, luscious bakery treats and other good things galore. CLOSED ALL DAY THANKSGIVING DAY, THUHS.. NOV. 24th . . . USUAL CLOSING HOURS WEDNESDAY. HIS MOST IMPORTANT DAY: Thanksgiving Day-his most important day- the turkey s we mean! Too bad he can't enjoy it ... but you can enjoy Ihe di- licious, satisfying taste of ... ' Hhcuid, — plump — young. TIIDIfCVO'"" 0 en * M ov» . n lUKIxtlw BBS 59* asms 49c POUND "NW'-'K. ^-*>-s-- DRAWN UP TO 14H LBS.— LB 75'' . DRESSED POUND OVEN-READY TURKEYS ^™^^'^*^^^ 1 ^^~ Sl ^^*^-'^«-^^^-™^x^W^^ 1 V-^v fcrf ^»^^*^x^,^«^_^- v _ _ Regardless of which kind you prefer to buy you receive me same venue, since uie difference in price represents only the waste in cleaning and drawing a round dressed bird. B ^iH*« E _«,.__ SUNNYFIELD.SUGAR CURED BONELESS CHUCK ROAST , 59 C SMOKED BUTTS 69' DinUiro"^ 0 ' on HEAVY STEER JENDER AND FLAVORFUL PICNIUS 6 TO 8 POUNDS u>39 C STEAKS PORTERHOUSE Corner Why will food prices go up H the anti-trust lawyers win their suit to put ASP out of business? Here is just one oi a number of reasons: We manufacture many oi the quality foods we sell fn our stores, such as Bokar, Red Circle and Eight O'clock col- fees, Ann Page foods, White Houss milk, and many others. Because this saves us money we ore able to pass along thesa savings to our customers in the form of lower prices. The anti-trust lawyers - have asked the court to order us to get rid of our manufacturing facilities which would put an end to all these savings. Maka no mistake about It. If the- anti-trust lawyers succeed in putting ASP out of business you will find your food bill is higher. For Festive Tables If you lite fruits that are sweet and juicy, vegetables that are young and tender, and price* that help teep your food bills down . . . head lor the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Department of your A&P today. There's the pick o[ the harvest to grac« your table! U. S. NO^ J SIZE A-WINTER KEEPING-REGALO BRAND 43 LB m BAG •• FLORIDA DOZ WHITE EXTRA LARGE JUICY UNIFORM BAKING SIZE BUTTERNUT OR HUBBARD YELLOW-TASTY 6 3 Choice Dried Fruits and Nuts! Uf Minute DIAMOND LB ..C nainUTS BRAND CELLO 45 Mixed Nuts NEW CROP BL AG 39 C Chestnuts LARGE SIZE LB A&P Seedless Raisins ^ Fresh Dates 2 Glaced Mixed Fruit Fancy Stuffed Dates Pecan Nut Meats Almond Nut Meats A&P Seeded Raisins Sun Maid Currants Pulled Figs String Figs Popcorn Pistachio Nuts Cashew Nuts SOPHIE MAE IB PKG eoz 16 02 CTN LB PKG 19° 29 e 39 C 49 C 23 e \f 21 e MAINE POTATOES ORANGES SWEETJUICY MUSHROOMS SNOW BOSC PEARS YAMS SQUASH TURNIPS Candy Treats PEANUT BRITTLE PECAN DELIGHTS CARAMEL 80Z THIN MINTS Values Galore , CRANBERRY ocSAY 2 PLUM PUDDING R&R A&P SQUASH A&P MINCE MEAT DEWCBA/^EC YUKON ASS'T 4 DCVCKA17C9 CONTENTS 3 5ALTINES SWIFT'NING CHED-0-BIT S£5^i 2 THANKSGIVING HINTS! Poulfry Seasoning SELL-: Ground Sage M fr" E WARWICK PKG LB WARWICK PKG 35 C 39° 29 C 39 C 14 C PARKER Fruit Cahe Rich, moist marvelous Jane Parker Fruit Cake has a reputation for being luscious—and lives up to it in every pecan-packed, fruit-filled bite. What a delectable addition to holiday meal* and parties. I'/alB f VQ 3LB CAKE *-•*.& CAKE s IB a CAKl *• BAG 601 BAG 15 OZ PKG 11 01 PKG 80Z PKG tB A O C CELLO £1 18 17* FRESH EGGS CAN NO 2'/2 CAN 9oz DEC PKG 13 LARGE BOTS IB PKG Marvel PARTY RYE BREAD Jane Parker FRENCH BREAD Jane Parker nAUIITC CHOCOLATE UUnll I 9 COVERED lane Parker - 8" size DEVIL'S FOOD lane Parker - 5 oz 25c POTATO CHIPS LOAF t5> LOAF 1*" SZ If «49 e CELLO ORANGE Fla. or C< ORANGE BLEU CHEESE Beech-Nut Baby Foods strainad4jARs39 e chopped! JARS29° VANILLA EXTRACT Baker's Pure APPLE JUICE Winter Hill Evap. Milk dexo WHITE O TALL HOUSE GREEN GIANT PEAS Great Big Tender Sweet NIBLETS Whole Kernel Corn PARD DOG FOOD CRISCO For Light Cakes P&G NAPTHA SOAP Keeps Clothes White DREFT Dishes Shine Without Wiping Balanced Nutrition TIDE Tide's In —Dirt's Outl BLU-WHITE FLAKES LAVA SOAP Cleans Dirty Hands Betterl DUZ Does Everything Blues While You Wash SPIC 'N SPAN No Binning—No Wiping IVORY SOAP IVORY SNOW PERSONAL IVORY It Floats Makoa Rich Suds Without Eflori Quick Suds for-Dishes All orlce. ,«bi.cl to mark.t chan,.. Md effective

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