Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 22, 1949 · Page 8
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 8

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Tuesday, November 22, 1949
Page 8
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son of he lato Joseph and Frances (Karr) Prtilt. He Imd been n mcmliur ul the Wiilorbury police department for nearly 20 yoarw, and was vice-president In the Connecticut Stute Police a«)ociatirjn and a member of its legislative committee. Ho resided at 80 Muri- den road. Surviving a>» his wife, Mrs. Anna (O'llourkc) Pettit; three nons, Jonoph, a 'utudont at SI. Thomas' seminary; Ruymond a student at Buoknell university, and James; a brother, Edward of Flushing-, N. Y.; one sister, Mrs. John Cavnnaug-Ji and several nrr.-hews and nieces. Funeral services win be held Thursday morning .it. 8:30 o'clock from the Berlin Kim«r«l Home, to SS. Peter and Paul's church, quiem will be colabruted at 9 o'clock. Friends may call nt the funeral home after 7 o'clock to- nlKhl, and tomorrow afternoon und evening.. Mias America noltaves thatNew 12 n K 1 a n d hospitality surpasses Southern hospitality. When she visited Watrobui-y, 18 -year -old Jiu:quo Mercer of Phoenix, Arizona wan ihowci-ud with gifts. This never happened to me before, she told newsmen. She said her only disappointment while visiting Connecticut was that no .snow fell. She confessed that she has never seen a snow storm. MI.-M iliu.1, WmdlnuHkna, oncre- Lai-y to Mayor Raymond E. Sny- READY FOR CHRISTMAS with more jjifts for n merrier Christmas C'omu with your family and friends . . . enjoy the thrill and adventure of a visit to Naugatuck'H Christinas Store in its "full dress" for this .sparkling holiday season . . . For once n^aiti tin; gleam ul' (JhrJHtmiiH KhincH through NaugatucU and into M. Freed man do. whoru (tvorythitiK in in rciuli- IH'SK for "Christinns Shopping" . . . you're sure to find gifts for the. entire family in gift-filled M. Freedman Co. . . . we're ready for a rcnl Nangaluck Christinas . . . are YOU-? Charge or Budget Accounts Invited STOKE OPEN DAILY MONDAY TF1KU HA'l'URDAY !MiO — •-,-4<5 FRIDAY NKilITS TILL 8:45 — m. freedman co. Dress Up For Holidays JUST RECEIVED!! New Selection of HOLIDAY DRESSES Whit™ ,— Pastels $8.98 „ $24.98 Hixcs !) In 241/. HOLIDAYloATS Untrimmed or Fur Trimmed Si/.-..s !) to 45 9.50 » $99.50 HOLIDAY BLOUSES Including Nylons $2.98 ,„ $7.98 HOLIDAY SUITS Special $19.95 up HOLIDAY HATS Whites iin(I Pastels $1.98 * $10.98 BUDGET ACCOUNTS INVITED 191-199 CHURCH STREET Store Open Dally Monday thru Saturdo.. . ulxo Friday NAUGATUCK , 9:30 to f>:45 cent P. Mntaeavuffo of Mlddlirbury. Mayor £?r.ycler';< only comment yes tcrday, when Mltm WanllauskB«' was Hhnwlnir her rjlmnond rlnff wiia. "she can have the day off" tu get married. PACE S-NAPCATT7CK NEWS (CONN.). TUESDAY. NOV. 22. 1M9_ whcrB a flolcmn hlBh Mtta(I of r ._ dor , ,„ ensraged to we<1 AUy y , n . U. Joseph Pettit, Waterbury Bureau Head, Dies Suddenly Waterbury Lieut. Joseph Henry Pet til, 00, hood of the bureau of accident investigation and prevention of the Watcrbury- Police department since 1945, died suddenly this tnorninR at 1:45 o'clock in St. Mary's hospital, Waterbury, where he had been a :p.-xtient since'Sun- day, after he suffered ,a heart attack. Bom In Wntcrbury, no was the Tax Hike Watcrbury's tax rate is expected to increase one and threo- quartcr mills over tho present rate of 30.25, mills next year. Thf hike l» ;t2 mlllH In brought about. l>y the ln9r«(L8cd of ifonslons and Increased cost of relief. Youth Granted Continuance In Automobile Case Thomas Moynlhan, 17, of 439 Qulnn Htrcot, charged with the theft of an automobile, was given a con- Unuunce to Doc. (1 when ho ap- . pearcd in Watcrbury City Court today. , Tlic youth wnn arrested Nov. 1] I after he was felled by a Watcrbury policeman after a. two-mile chase In a police cruiser at speeds up to 80 miles an hour. He was shot as he abandoned the stolen cnr and attempted to floe Into woods off Baldwin street. Motor Patrolmen Paul Salvatoro and Thomas Floro, who made thn nrrest. nald that Moynlhan stole the car In New Haven Nov. 11 and Inter that dny changed markers i in Naugat,uck[ He was released from St. Mary's Hospital yesterday after treatment for the bullet wound in tho groin. What's Doing In Naugatuck John E Caskey (Continued from Page One) CI-K of war and displaced pei'sonn. "Germany Is the heart of JSu- i-n c," r>r. David said. "If Germany ROCS Communistic, there Is no hope of .savin),' the rest of Kuropo, despite what anyone mlg-ht do." For centuries Germany domlnat- I ed most of Eastern and Western I Europe, Dr. Davis said. The re«t. of Europe defended on Germany as most of the world depends upon the United States today and' l'h.e war P0 u pBO |. the balance br ' trade, that .»|| ,,f JBuropn hu« boon, i Itirown (ril.o chnoit, Can He Mean Me? TOID by Britain's Minister of State Hector McNeil during a U.N. debate to go back to Russia and tell Stalin to lift the Iron Curtain, Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Vishinsky registers a "who, me?" expression as ho replies to McNell'g speech. The action took place during peace proposal debate before the U.N. Political Committee. (International} A Calendar of Events Today, Tomorrow and Every Day Wednesday, Nov. 28 Annual Military Ball. Gold Star Font, CWV, Falcon Hall. Annual firemen's ball. Saturday, Nov. 28 Harvest Hop, •ponnored by Ladles' auxiliary of Montariarl-Rado post, Crlstoforo Colombo hall, South Main street. Fh u i annual parade of quartets, sponsored by Naugatuck chapter of barbershop singers, high school auditorium,, H p. m. Monitor Nov. 28 Naugatuck Woman's club Junior- ottcs meeting, Legion Home, 7:30 'p. m. Nnuffutuok Junior Woman's club pot-luck supper, meeting, Mothod- jst church hall. Tneftdny, Nov. 29 Meetlnfr of Naugatuck Council of Catholic Women, St. Francis' church hall, 8 p. m. Wednesday, Nov. SO Regular meeting, Prospect street school Parent-Teacher association, 8 p. m. Friday, Doc. 2 Food Sale, Brennan'H Store, 10 a. m., Sponsored by Olendalo Manor Community Club. Square dancing, open to tho public, Lowls Memorial hull, St. Michael's parish house, 8 p. m. Sunday, Dec. 4 St. Francia' Holy Name Society Forum, Rev. Benjamin Masse, S. J., speaker, 8 p. m., St. Francis' School hall. Vesper norvlcc of Evergreen chapter, Order of ICnnlern Star, Methodist church, 4 p. m. Thursday, Dec. 8 Christmas bazaar and public supper, Evergreen, chapter, Order of Eastern Star, Masonic Temple, bazaar opens 1 p .m.,, supper, 5 to 7 p. m. Currier Electric Co. Residential — Commercial Industrial VVIHIKG and RKI'AIIIS WefttlnichoiiHn Appliance* Tel. Nuug. 4 KM COMMEKCIAI, mid DOMESTIC KKFKIGEKATION WALTER'S REFRIGERATION Main St., Doncon FulN Tel. 7491 Emergency Oill 6fi67 For Your Convenience OUR TYDOL GASOLINE STATION On Church Street Is NOW OPEN From 7 A. M. to 10:30 P. M. Monday Through Saturday and from 8 A. M. to 1 P. M. on Sunday Ford for "SO 50 Ways Finer A1 Used Cars Many Bargains The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 87 Church St. Phone 5236 "The situation In Germany today' Is Impossible," Dr. Davis said "and cannot but lead to war Unless'some' way is found to feed the Htarvlhg masBos." He, pointed out that after the war 24.1 per cent of the land 1 area of Germany was put under Polish and Chechoslovakian control. That control amounts to virtual annexation now, he sold. . Ha pointed out that some 18,000000 peopH, from the annoxed territory were sent back to tho Eastern and Western zones of Germany The area which was annexed provided most of Germany's rye land potatoes, the German's staple diet, and with that supply cut off, the problem of feeding the additional millions crowded into tho reduced German territory Is bceom- ins more acute every day "Germany today is a ground for conflict of ideoloRles between the luist and the," Dr Davis said. "That Hide will win which shall : succeed In rendering the greatest, •orvce to the common man," he continued. Dr Davis reviewed Germany's : position in relation to the rest of Europe from the time of the Roman conquerors until the present 'me. Mo pointed out thai Germany has ul ways boon a powerful nation and blames the loaders for "go- intf wrong." B The people made th(J mistako of cttinrc .someone else do their think- IK. he .said. One of the main prob- h 1 " 1 /"I,"," "" t0d " y ls l «"^hln B them to think for theniHclvoH in the nejmmratk; PI-OCOHH. H o Htaled that iMCA work hue been and will continue to be a M K factor In so doing J.Jr. Davis also discussed at length the work done by the YMCA in prisoner <,f war camps and in displaced persons camps In Germany. He also pointed out that tho German YMCA now has a membership of Home 2,tO,000. The Gorman Y is building on a Htronjf up) ritual foundation for resisting' the materialistic culture of communism, ho said. I n conclud- [nff,. he ankcd that the YMCA. in the United States do everything' possible to aid the displaced pcr- son/t comlnp to this country to make a new life. What Is The Magic Word FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS! NYLON ••ffVfffff+ff** NYLON SHIRTS - $8*95 k NYLON GLOVES $ 3 .50 NYLON TIES.. ..$1.50-42.00 NYLON SOCKS 75c to $1.10 NYLON JACKETS , $22.50 NYLON SLEEVELESS SWEATERS $6.95 NYLON SHORTS $2.45 NYLON UNDERSHIRTS $2.45 NYLON MEANS JUST THIS—Washable, No Pressing Required; Wrinkles Vanish Overnight; Will Not Pray or Fuzz. FREE BUSES FROM BEACON FALLS TO NAUGATUCK FRIDAY NIOHT 191-199 CHURCH ST. ...MEN'S SHOP... STORE OPEN DAILY MONDAY THRU SATIJUliAY, »:80 TO 5:40 ' NAUGATUCK ALSO FRIDAY NIGHTS UNTIL ft:4B

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