Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 30, 1949 · Page 9
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 9

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Salvation Army To Provide Christinas Tree On The Green The Christmas tree on The Green will be lighted again this year the •week before the holiday, under the sponsorship of the Salvation Army, according to Norman H. Wood, treasurer of the local branch of the organization. LiKhllng of the tree will be under the direction ol John Moroney. For many years the lighting was sponsored by the Working Girls club, under the direction of. the late Fire Marshal Michael F. Shea. This will be the second year the program has been aided by the j Salvation Army. ! Mr. Wood reported that several i baskets were sent to reedy families at Thanksgiving oy the Salvation Army, and that work IH now twins dum- on n similar program for Christmas. Surpassed By 27 I Denver—Although Pikes Peak is only 385 feet lower than Ml. Whitney, highest in Vhe U. S., it is rur- pas--<ed by 27 Colorado peaks. THEY FOUND ONLY SURVIVOR OF DP PLANE CRASH New HAMILTON Moistureproof Watches 17 Jewel Stainless Steel Case Leather Strap or Metfil Bracelet Also Many Other Styles in Yellow Clold Beautiful Assortment of Carefully Selected Fine DIAMONDS from $50.00 up GIFTS For Her STERLING SILVER TOILET SETS NECKLACE SETS COMPACTS RINGS CHOKERS BULOVA WATCHES For Him WALLETS RONSON LIGHTERS BULOVA WATCHES BEI/P Kl'CKLES BINOCUIjARS PARKER PENS (JUFF LINKS DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING HERE WIN A NEW $0800 FOR.D f!AR Coupons FREE with oncli $1.00 pnrc.liasc, iinsli payment on account. C. H. TOMLINSON NEARY BLDG. MAPLE ST. Special Cachet For Centennial Of Rail Service NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), WEDNESDAY, NOV. SO. 1049—PAGE 9 (ill EAT WATKH $ VST KIM AncUmt Rome had 1-1 tifiuedtH'tH which brought In 300 million j.;»l n of water dally. IIKIJI'M STAYS Uqril> Helium Ji* the only element tl does m>1 Hulfdtly when *ub,j« near-zero temperature's. nit to STANDING BESIDE THE TAIL SECTION ol the Dutch DC-3 which crashed in southern Norway, killing 27 Jewish refugee children, four crewmen and three nurses, are Thorolf Hagen (left) and Hilding Martinson. They found Isaac Allal, 12, the only survivor of the tragedy, in the tail end of the craft. The chartered plane was fiyine the children from Tunis. North Africa, to a Norwegian rehabilitation camo near Oslo, ( International) Ti/ie cer.lcnnial on December 1, ul' tin; opening of rnllrfnid service bi-uveon l-Iai-lfDfd nnd Wlllimnn- (Ir, \A IHMUM; vur.oKnlzed by The; New Haven Itrillroml YMCA .'•llanip Club by the 1 Iwuia.nco c)[' a i iipi-rial .Yne.liet." 'Which t* bi.'inR I iviado available to all starrhp col- Tim lino, now jiiirt of The New llavc.n Railroad, wa.s known (.hen .•iK.the Hartford. Providence and KiKi'.ikill TCnllroud, later became par), of t.hc New York nnd New ICiifilnnd It'iilfcmd, and eventually ul' 'I'lici New York, Now Haven and Hai'tford. The line was extended from Hartford to Bristol on June j I,.18,10, from Willimnniic to Providence on October 2, 1854, and from Bristol to Waterbury, July 11, IH'il. Thus by lli« latter date the company operated 122.n mile.* of i rnilri>a.cl eX'Aendinj^ from T*rovi- I deiico to Waterbury | The 1 "(ni.lc.hc.'l" enveloooM incliide I n .•-ki'leli of an old type locomotive ami tin! Stamip Club h»H made ar- i anger.ie.nts to have them Josl- msu'kcd with n. railway post office cancellation on the anniversary date. Applications for the annivursavy cachets should be addressed to Franklyn H. Julian, cachet director of he club, at 140 South Oran«re Mlvcct, New Havnn, accompanied toy ten cents to cover cost of stamp, envelope, cfir.het and .servicing'. . i i The Kennedy Store CHRISTMAS COLLECTION of GIFTS OF QUALITY that every woman wants LINENS — BLANKETS HOUSECOATS — DRESSES HOSIERY — DAINTY UNDIES Make Your Selections Early Store Open Friday Nite Attorney Schiaroli Presides As Judge In Yale Moot Court Attorney Francis P. Schiaroli, Stamford,' formerly of Naujraluck, presided recently ns j\nl^'- of a moot court trial a I the Yalr l.av/ School \imler the oii.iplc-c.H of I ho Thomas Swan Barristers Union, The Thomas Swan Barristers Union iH suix'.rvined by the Yale Law School find IH nn organization In which law studeuls act us attorneys in conduct inj.; moot trials based on actual Casey before the Courts. Tt. in caiittomary to invite a number of jiid«i-H or aUornejw curb year to iire.HkU 1 . Mr. Schlftr- oli Kniduatt'il ti'cini Yale- (.'ollc-Ke in HIM.'! and from Yale l,aw Schoo! In lOHfl. Mr. Schiaruli i;i iic.snrialcil with |c'iimmlnn<' "nil I.,or!( wnod. Me la [a member of the Connecticut Stale <Bar Counc:il. reiirf-scnt iri^ lo\vc-r KairfU'ld <.!ounty. avul also n member of the Ta.xMion f'ommitlce ol State tint. He was recently elected vice-chairman of the Bank ind Trust Company l«iw Section of ilu; State fiar Association. OICAIIKTS Connecticut residents like to smoke clarets. The state tax department, reports that during the past year more than 250,000,000 packs of r.inai'Cts were Hold. This 1st six per ecnt higher than the na- | linnal aveia;.;e and fiKiires out t" i l'<;5 |»ic'l(H a year I'm' each man, \VD-J man and I'hild in the state. VltKIVH Ill-WAV 601 SouMi Miiln tit. K>;(ruliir Dully Dinner 5IK- up OATJEKINO Foil VfKOlJIN'IO 6IIOWKKS, STAO PARTIES, Etc- Ilunquet Kooin, Cocktail iMungr ' Full IJqnnr IJcnnito Tufted Sheraton Kofa $21<nO Club r.ounge Chair $129.50 Tufted Wing Back Chair $86,50 ShulI-Jfind Tnb'e $27,50 CARLSONS It Anythlne for Your Klo— Call ARK AY FLOOR COVEKINGS KO Diamond St. Tel. Olll« '•*&! ..NOTICE.. TO THE SHOPPING PUBLIC OF NAUGATUCK and VICINITY THE FOLLOWING SCHEDULE OF STORE HOURS WILL BE OBSERVED BY NAUGATUCK'S LEADING STORES IN ORDER TO EXPEDITE CHRISTMAS SHOPPING radios' Tufl.<id Chair $89,5 Drnplc,nf Krjfa Tallies $7l)..W' All Stores Open Usual Day Hours Mondays Thru Saturdays Each Week In Addition To Evening Hours Listed Below. STORES OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT, DECEMBER 2 UNTIL 8:45 STORES OPEN THURSDAY NIGHT, DECEMBER 8 UNTIL 8:4: • STORES OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT, DECEMBER 9 UNTIL 8:45 STORES OPEN THURSDAY NIGHT, DECEMBER 15 UNTIL 8:45 • STORES OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT, DECEMBER 16 UNTIL 8:45 STORES OPEN SATURDAY NIGHT, DECEMBER 17 UNTIL 8:45 STORES OPEN TUESDAY NIGHT, DECEMBER 20 UNTIL 8:45 STORES OPEN WEDNESDAY NIGHT, DECEMBER 21 UNTIL 8:45 STORES OPEN THURSDAY NIGHT, DECEMBER 22 UNTIL 8:45 STORES OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT, DECEMBER 23 UNTIL 8:45 The giving of fine furniture at Christmastime ... or any time, ... Is the. grandest gesture of all. for you arc presenting beautiful surroundings that rrcrntn a mood of well-being, comfort, congeniality. Shop here Cor home furnishings possessing the ultimate In style, quality and lasting worth. Domestic; Sewing JUnc-hiiies $139.95 0. E. Liglitwuiffht Irons 11.96 Cblorful Hassocks *- 75 Mahogany Coi'S'ue Tallies, glass toyis 21.95 Comfortable Plntfonji' Rockers 69.50 Attractive Floor Lamps, X Way Lite 17.95 Governor Winthrop Desks in Maliogany .... $79.50 "Gossip Benches" in Xfahn^ariy 29.50 Beautiful New Dosifrn Dcslc Lumps 9-95 Lane Cedar (.'hosts in Walnut, only 49.95 Magazine Baskets, Windsor Style: 9.95 <J^f Love Seat $198.50 Loungo chair ....$129. Lamp Table ..$19.»& 3-Cushion Hof.'i $2-19. FREE — TICKETS ONE COUPON WITIf K.U'ir DOLLAR — CASH — CHABOE OB- PAID ON ACCOUNT. WIN $1800 AUTOMOBILE DEC. 1st TO DEC. 24th USE OUR EASY PAYMENT PLAN STORES WILL CLOSE DECEMBER 24, CHRISTMAS EVE AT 5:45 ' RETAIL DIVISION OF NAUGATUCK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Modern Sofa Be Sure To See Our Fine Display of ,,,.,',„,. from $9.50 up Child* Chrome BronUtaHt Sets, 2 Ch..iv.s and Table *19.95 Child* Snl«m Rocker In Bltick. Decorated $13.jO Beautiful Doll Chri-laffBH that fold hko the rccjjular Baby Curriatjca 175 CHURCH ST,'_ OPEN FRIDAY EVE.—OPEN MONDAYS UNTIL XMAS . .$12.85, n .

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