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PAGE 4—NATTGATTJCK NEWS (CONN.), TUtmSDAY, DEC. 1, J!)49 *' Guorameod by Good Hounkceplng Nofef "B^iSfe a How liL It's new! It's plastic! It's made of »Vinyli»e"! Here's the newest, most amazing floor covering you've seen! It's made of Viriyltte Brand Plastics—which means the utmost in long wear andjappearance.This new time-saving, work-saving floor covering requires just a minimum of care and it's economi- . cally priced! Bright colors go all the way through to the backing. •* "One* over lightly" cleans It •+r Smooth, non-porou* surface won't absorb dirt 4r Lovely fade-resistant patterns 4* Takes top honors for wear $2.49 r Squori Yord Ror Ever PLASTIC FLOOR COVIRINO Open Friday Night Naugatuck Furniture Co. 25 SOUTH MAIN NAUGATUCK IOPEN ALL DAY TODAY—SHOP EARLY! PATSY'S Inc Nationally Advertised Quality Meats 1589 SOUTH MAIN STREET^WATERBUR^ SWIFT'S B±tA>UKl> B.^BY S1EJ5R BEEF STEAKS TENTJEK JUICV SHOUtDEK SWIFT'S TOP GRADE LEGS of LAMB ITAIJAX DRY PEPPERONI SWIFT'S SMALL BABY RIB ENDS PORK LOINS Jjj LAND O' LAKES — FOB, FRICASSEE o fe Grade A Fowl SWrFT-S SMALL—SHORT SHANK FRESH SHOULDERS £ ^ PATSY'S MF.ATY SHOULDER fin fe VEAL CHOPS View Of Wreckage 'After Airliner Disaster Ib SWIFTS YF.ARLING LOIN LAMB CHOPS Ib 49 HY-GRADE OLEO Ib 17 CUDAHY'S PURITAN COOKED—Shank Half Only Ready-To-Eat HAMS SWIFT'S SMALL LEAN BOSTON BUTTS (Always On Hand .. . Turkeys, Fryers, Roasting Chickensl i EXPTX>SIOTf Canadian Pacific railway bridge Nelsori, B. C.—Police accuse|' n British Coumbia vast ntK'nt. The mefnbers of the Doukhobor rcli-1 Tldga was not damaged but a BCC- ~' sect of trying to blow up a U'on of the track was blown away. Wrecked scctlonw of the American .Airliner that cranhnil at Dalian, Texas, lirlitelng death to lit least 28 Persons ai-<! shown scattered on Love Flleld. The DO-« transport was en route to Mexico City from New York anil Washington and crashed Into :i building when two engine* went dead. (International Soundphoto) ON THE AIR r, :30— WATK — NAIiriATirCK NI'TWH \VTI( '—.hint J'luln Hill WWCO—Capf, MldnlKiU. 5 :4&—WATU—Allnninnii CiiDors WUHV—Curt MiiNmsy Time WTIc—I'Yiiiit I'HKO Fnrrall 6:00—All HluiioiiH—NUWH CJiri— WATIl l.ltcr-H In H:inUi WWCO —S|n, i-tNcupi.! WTIfJ-Hlrl.'.tly KpurtB 0:30—WATI5—Votl 'Tobol WTK '—WrlKhtvllli; Fulkx WIIIIV .Inlin A. Cllinuy. HportH >. WWCO --WlMi'B TallclHK? f! MT,-- WIIIIV—Ijiwull ThornaM WATIl—(ml. nl NiiUKHtilr-k WTK: -:i stur icxtnv 7 :00—WATr: I-lcnilllno Kdltlon \V!!IIV—Urn- H In Vut WTir—l.li-lil !I|) Tlinu 7: IS— WATIl- MliHinil Art WIIKV- Null.,n;il riiiai-d Shiv.v W'l'ic—N ( .WH WWi':n--i']iniilii ol llnnilH 7 :30—WATn—Puvli! Harclln K , WCtltV—fJlilli' IK wr t r— C.uv 1 .»tnl)n rili i WWCO— Dnlirli!) IKMittnr 7:45—WIIIIV —r-Mwnrd It. Murrnw \VWfH)- I [,iiv« A MynliTy S :00-WATIl—Hlnnili- W1SHY-..|.'lil In Pi-ni'n tic. War WTK.'—Aldrli'h l''.'imllv WVVfO—.ImlKi- Mnrily'H Family K :3fl—WWCO—On The Grncr WTTC—Tfiithcr Knows Best WDRY—Mr. Kp-cn WATR—n.ltc With Judy S :4fi— wwro— Snoilltf on n Star 9-.00—WATR— Oriprtrml Aitmt«ur Hour WI-mV-KiiKpcnHo WTir.—Ki-.racn Oulld TMnvors WWCfl—fiiincily I'layhniiKc 9:30—WP.HV—Maclc Moments In Opera WT1C— nulty's Tavern 0:45—WATR—Hubert MontKomory 10:00—SVBRY—Hallmark Plnyhouaa \vwcn—NftwH Coninientator WATR—Author MoctB the Cr-itlrs WTIf—Suppr-r Clul) 10:1 n—\vwro-\vwHrpci 10:30—U'lUtV-HoHyuYmd Theater W'ATTl—Somnpnc Vnu Know WWCO—Mu.sU: You Want jl .-on—AH RtaltonJ"—Tffrws ii:in—wnnr—NiBht si*t W'rrr—Morton Powney WATR—Snorts WWCO—TT. N. Tod.ly 11:30—WTTC—Appolntmimt with Music WATR—rjpms nance Orch WWCO—Dance Orch. 12:00—All Stations — Nows WNTin-TV Channnl « rt—TPI! Stenlo —TelPtimcH )!'—HdWrty T>or»tly f: :30—^ui-ky fun :4il—Kllm Shorts :00—Kukla, Fran & Ollle :30—Showroom 7:4r,—Ncwsroel S :00—Stop the Music 9:00—Mnrcy Amsft.Brdam Show i: .TO—Paul Whitoman : no—Private. Rye 3:30—IjMo NP.WM 1VCHS Channel 8 '> :flO—Tetl Rteele 1:30—The Chuck Wagon i»:30—T.iUcky Pun 5-.4K—Biih 'Howard Show 7:00—Dlone Liueas 7:30—Television News 7:4:"—^onnv Kendis Show 7;f,r,— rri-rli' Shrinor Show < :00—i-'ront Purr T:^n—Thr-nter fil Hr>mance . :00— V.t\ Wynn :sn—Film Theater :Sn— Ulups fiv Barpy ) :45—Newsreel WVTir Channel 4 -, :tr,— .Tuily Splinters . r i,:an—Hin-dv nor.riv R : r>0—Ohildren'.s Tlipator T :T.O—Kawv Dons It ; 0n—Kukla, Fran & Olllo : SO—Showroom .4^—News Oaravnn :30—\inry Kav and .Tnhrmy :0n—Kay Kyt:er's Kollege r:f>0—ATarMn Kane 1 :30—Hank McCune Bags a Big Bear (STANDING beside the Bruin that fell to his rifle In B hunt at Speculator, N. Y., Is John Hensen of Albany, New York. The black bear weighs about 610 pounds. Hensen brought It down with a 30 caliber rifle at 42 feet. It took nine men three hours to haul the giant carcass back .to tht camp. (International Sounctfhoto) Disability Cases Explained By VA The dlfCcrnncc 1 between "srvico- fncurrod" and ''uervlco-conncctoj dlnnblllty wns explained today by Arthur M. Grayson, insurance officer of the Hartford office of the Veterans Administration, wlum r'J- minding 1 vutnrans In the scrvlco- meurrad disability category fha' Uiey have ICBS than two monthu in which to reinstate or buy new or additional National Service I-.' r 'e Inxurance up to 10,000. "Jan. 1, 1DSO, IB an Important, deadline for veteran? with sorvlco- Incurcd disabilities," mild Graywon. ''Until that time, disabilities actu- r'lly Incurred In servlc»j beween Oct. 8, 1940, and Sept. 2, 1945, If less than total In degree, will >ic disregarded In determining- c]li*il.H- ity by physical examination, under National Service Life Insurance health requirements, for rclnxturi'.- inent of lapsed ix>li'cies of purchase of new policies. Veterans should rwmembcr that this applies only to thOBc whose dlsablllles were In- currnd In actual performance of a military duty. It does not apply to those with serlvcoc-onneotod disabilities, because service-connection does not necessarily require that the disability be suffered while actually performing- a military duty. "The opportunity—good for the rest of this year—for veterans with service-incurred disabilities to take full advantage of NSLI protection is valuable because after Jan. 1, 1950, many of these veterans may not be able to qualify for life insurance." The Magic Touch FORMER circus escape artist "The Great Pasha" proves that he hasn't lost his touch at the Municipal 1 Shelter In New York City as he slipt a meaty piece of Thanksgiving bird away from the bone. Most of hii fellow diners—although not circus people—also knew how to maka a bird disappear, (international) HOLD DELIVERIES Guatemala City—Some 250 Guatemalan coffee growers have voted to hold up their deliveries to the United States In order to get higher prices. The growers are trying to get more money for coffee which United States importers contracted for before the recent price STRICKEN Washington—Our ambassador to China, J. Lcighton xituart, suffered a stroke which left him partially paralyzed early today. The 73-year- old Stuart was aboard a train returning to Washington from a. speaking ..engagement in. Cincinnati when he -was stricken and taken to the naval hospital at Bcthesda. Maryland. Bring Us Your COUPONS From COLGATE-PAtMOLIVE-P AL'S QUALITY MKT. 65 So. Main St. 3433 PHIL'S POOD STOEE 294 High St. 4945 NOBI'S MKT. 1 489 So. Main St. 4910 AUOATUCK PUBLIC Mkt 120 Church St. * 4925 J. D. LEO 123 Cherry St. Naugatnck PRUB' MARKET 88 Spring St. Union City J. SZCZEPKOWSKI 84 Bridge St. Union City 4881 J. CASPAR 157 Rubber Ave. Naug-atuck B. WEISSMAN 91 Beebe St. 4952 IDEAL MEAT MKT. 2 So. Main St. 4930 THE PERCENTAGE OF WAGES PAID OUT IN DIRECT TAXES: For the American Worker — approximately 6% For the English Worker approximately 30% For the French Worker approximately 16% For the Italian Worker approximately 12% Naugatuck Chemical DIVISION OF UNITED STATES RUBBER COMPANY , "Serving Through Science" * f -NOTICE- TO THE SHOPPING PUBLIC OF NAUGATUCK and BEACON FALLS U. S. RUBBER CO. SALESROOM Due to the great demand for our products in our Water Street Salesroom, and since we feel obligated to service our employees first, it is necessary to announce the following Salesroom schedule which is now in effect and will continue until December 25th. The Salesroom will be open daily to U. S. Rubber Co. Employees Only during the hours of:— I 10:45 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The Salesroom will be open daily to both Naugatuck' residents and U. S. Rubber Co. employees during the hours of:— 9:30 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. 3:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. The Salesroom will be open on Saturday,^ December 3,1 December 10, and December 17 to both Naugatuck residents and JU..S. Rubber Co. employees during the hours of:— i 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Our Salesroom policy at all times is to sell only to employees and residents of Naugatuck and Beacon Falls. UNITED STATES RUBBER COMPANY NAUGATUCK FOOTWEAR PLANT • J ~ S '