Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 1, 1949 · Page 12
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 12

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, December 1, 1949
Page 12
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\ PAGE«—XAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), THURSDAY, DEC, 1, lIMfl More Than 60,000 Join Blue Cross In Recent Enrollment Mor» than 60.000 persons joined Connecticut Blue Cross during the recent state-wide direct enrollment, the non-proflt hospital plan reported today. This response :s *,000 higher than returns for last year'* individual membership offer and jumps total Blue Cross enrollment to a new high of around 990,000. Over 27,000 separate applications w«re accepted, Robert Parnall. Blue Cro«a general manager, •fated, with an average of moie than two persons covered on each application. Exact figures will not be known, he said, unll all upp'l- cutlons which were returned for correction are counted a.nd a final tabulation made. Hospital service benefits will begin for the n«w members on Jan. 1. During the two-week direct enrollment period, Blue Cross opened membership to persons under age 65 who were not eligible to join though 'payroll groups. Applications appeared In dally newspapers thoughout the state. There was no personal solicitation cr canvassing. Parnall atrlbuted the wlJ'?- sprcad response to "Increased pub- He acceptance if the voluntary non-profit plan as the best answer to the problem of financing hospital care." On the basis of past experience, he said, Blue Croas IB confident that dlroctly-onrollou members will maintain themselves ,on Blue Cross rolls without risk lo the general operation of tho plan. Jobless Claims Hit Lowest Point In '49 the !ow«.it point In IB'10, the number of jobleHs claimants for unomploymnnt benefit* In dropped to 3rt,78H for the woelc ended Nov. 20 fom 43,102 for the previous week. This was 78 per cont higher than the 22,341 who filed during the corresponding week a your ago. A large purl of the drop was due to the Thiuikv Ktvlng holldny. Exhau8tlon» for the week numbered 950 malciiiK tho tcLii! 48000 .since Jan. 1. Initial clulma for the week do- However, this new segment of niflmberHhlp will be cimsfuUy Hiudlnd, lie atldncl, rind direct enrollment will not be offered npnln until the experience pattern lias been studied over a period of clmort lo 4,808 from G.844 for Uic previouH week. All ofllccH showed decline !n th« number of clnlmn cxceiit Thompsonville where there was a rise of four per cent. Bridgeport led the state In the number of jobless with 7,000 followed by New Havi-n M31, Hnrtfocd 5,041, Watorbucy 3,821, Now Britain 3,110, Stamford 1,925, New London 1,541, Merldi>n 1,347, Danbury 1,33?, Mlddletovvn 1,315, Bristol 1,247, Anaonia . 118 and Thompsonvllle 1,113. The other six offices wore each undor 1,000. Luck of work IriyoffH were reported In the following InclUHtvliw, Woolcna 440 by one firm until ;oof. 5, garment 21!!, ucnrfu 100, tjol« 100, auto parts 100. ordnance 70, razors 60, fur fnlt 50 furnlturu 40 small office equipment 40, electrical eqtiipmcnt 35, building supplies 25, vacuum cUiancrH 25 anil r«bbi>v |{oodn 20. The following rohlroa were noted: Chains 100, nilvorwaro 40, clocks 20 and heat treating: 15. Whooping Cough Most Prevalent Disease In State Whooping cough cases declined slightly during the week just ended, but this disease remained the itjoat prevalent within the stare. According to the tKimmary of rfi- imrlublo dlseii.Mes Issued each Monday by the Connecticut State Department of Health, whoop;n(/r cough cases dropped from 11<! to 110. With the exception of syphlllB cages which rose from 18 to 20, the commonest roportablo dlHoasna cither Mhowod 11 fewor number of CUHUH or remained unchanged from thoso of the weak earlier. Gonorrhea crises stayed at, 16 and Oor- mun measles cases at three thin past week, while for the fifth consecutive week, there were no ctuos of dlphthoria within the state. This was also the second week that Connecticut was without a typb,oisl lever case, During the week just ended, chlckenpox canon declined from 54 lo 50, mumps CBSOB frojm 48 to 24, broncho pneumonia COUCH from 28 to 23, and poliomyelitis leases from 1!) to 14; At the same tlipe, measles cases decreased slightly from 11 to 1.0, scarlet fever casps from 33 to 11, lobar pneumonia cases from eight to six, manlngococcal rnonln- gltlH ciutes Irom one to none and cases of ntroptococcal sore throat from four to none. B U T K U 0 \tlantic Service Station Fern and Clmntnut fcitn. NOW OPJffiN! I Atlantic 'top Grade Oil 8ccond-to-nono Advertisers! \ i In order to insure publication of your advertising on the day desired, all copy must be in this office not later than 3 p. m. day before publication. NAJUGATUCK DAILY NEWS What a Gift... YOUR PICTURES 60 SECONDS AFTER YOU SNAP THEM _ . i UM shutter. Pull a paper tab. Sixty seconds later, open the camera and lift out a beautiful, bif, lasting.print... all finished, for all to enjoy right on the spot! No tanks. No liquids. Anjmu can snap them . . . rixrjont can enjoy tbexn . . . on Christmas morning and fie* yean and year* to come! ... while we can still re- one for you for Christmas ... cxjsue in and see the amazing POLAROID pktur*-in-a-minu»« camera ONUT 13975 (en If yo«UU) WILHELM, INC. 129 W. Main St. Tel. 4-0131 Waterbury ... "Oa The Green" Bargains Roos — Lane CEDAR CHESTS RICCARDO FURNITURE CO. 467 WEST MAIN ST. Waterbury Phone 4-6292 WAYSIDE Farm Market Nau^atuck-Waterbury Bd. A One Stop Mitrket FRUITS and VKGKTABLBS MEATS itnd GROCERIES Phone 4-9632 Waterbury TARNOWSKI'S MARKET Quality Meats and Groceries ORDERS TAKEN FOR CHRISTMAS TURKEYS NOW. ' KBEB 19 Cherry Street Phone 2217 ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES For Xmas See CLAPP, ROSE & VAUGHN, INC. 11 Lewis St., Waterbury Phone 4-2129 '^V BEACON KIDDIE TOYLAND NOW OPEN Completely Set Up With the Largest Selection in Town. BEACON KIDDJE CENTER 73 GRAND ST. WATERBDHY DODGE and PLYMOUTH Dealer A new Dor'lge or Plymouth rrmkcH an ideal XmnH gift. Hotchkiss Street Garage John J. Mozilauskas, Prop. Phone 5727 CHARLIE'S PACKAGE STORE Cholco Holiday tlqunra 189 Rubber Avc. — Tel. 0117 IDEAL MARKET Choice MEATS & GROCERIES Turkeys for ChrlHtmuH 2 South Main St. Tel. 4930 Fill her CHRISTMAS STOCKING Charge It At RAPHAEL'S, INC. f1££d$J 108-110 CHURCH ST. NAUGATUCK For CAMERAS, PROJECTORS or PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES BEE Speeds Wtttorhnry'g Largest CAMERA SHOP 21 Grand St., Waterbury AURORA Grocery Store Meats, Groceries, Frulto and VoK«tal»Ie» 18 MAY ST. PHONE 4914 MELBOURNE FLOWER SHOP Florists Since 1900 Member of F. T. I). 130 Rubber Avo. Te!. £225 MAPLE LEAF Restaurant OIRADLI BROS., Props. AN IDEAL SPOT FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS PARTY Reasonable Prices 172 MAPLE ST. Phone 4857 FOR CHOICE MEATS Stop at Henry's Market 10 Church St. Tel. 3496 APEX WATTS ELECTRIC WASHING MACHINE For Christmas Straits Turnpike , Phone 3-4670 LEYNARD'S SNOW SUITS $9.98 To $19.98 SIZES t TO 14 USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN 170 CHURCH ST. PHONE 5990 Now is the Time to Make-Your Selections for Christmas " of DIAMONDS, WATCHES, and GIFTS C. H. TOMLINSON Neary Building: Maple Street Naugatuck Log's Restaurant A Good Place To Hold Your ChriMtma* Party 58 BRIDGE ST. Phono 4897 Roosters Broilers Chickens Capons TURKEYS Rabbits High-Way Drive In Naugatuck-Waterbury Highway Tel. 4872 Ray's Hardware Authorized 'Dealer PRATT & LAMBERT PAINT 81 Rubber Avc. Phone 7200 CHESTER'S Army & Navy Store Special Christmas Bargains 24 South Main St. MORRISSEY PRINTING CO. 26 CANAL ST. Waterbury Social — HusliiOHH Wedding: Invitations — 24 HOUR SERVICE — Telephone 3-4118 'COLONIAL* •«•«< »f CHRISTMAS GIFTS 43 CENTER STREET OF SOLID MAPLE WATERBURY, CONN. Old Furniture Made Into New Furniture MATTRESSES REMADE STANLEY'S TJFHOI-STERY SERVICE 51 Maple St., Waterbury Phone 4-9279 PAUL'S PACKAGE STORE CHolr» «'ini,H. Mtmeru nurt ll Tnfcn A<lviuimn« ,,1 <l,, r i'rrv 1'arkliiK Sunce I'ri.n Dcllvory 168 J'riiBpool HI. Union A8IIAK. Tel. Maytag Makes Your Dollar Go Further! land Low Upk**pl -, ANDROPHY'S RADIO & APPLIANCE CO; 15 Church St. 41S No. Main St. Nuugatuck Union City Tel. 84!X> — 04!»1 e.k's Only Authorized Maytag Dealer I «"€>e««!«tt!«ct<ct«!«ttt«t«i€i«i«tct«ieiei«<«u Ansonia Travel Agency Valley lioadquartorH For All Airlines And Stoanrmhlp Cornpaiilo* Tours, CrulNim, HotalH ANSONIA TRAVEL AGENCY Capitol Building Room 102 Tel. 4CH5 Conn. il»Bl»Mtft:M»iat»»»»k»»tM»:»l»»)ft* I GIVE A YMCA Momberiihlp an a ChrlHtma* Gift that will fflvn happlneHH all the year round. The gift Mother, Dad, Sister, Brother can enjoy. It oddn new friend*, fun, and healthful recreation. Inquire Today at Tho YMCA on COLUMBIA RECORDS I i «• * _ f-> . ... Favorite Stories, Games, Music ... For every child on your Christmas list. Available on sensational Columbia LONG PLAYING Records or conventional 78 RPM records. THE SHOP — Everything Musical — 88 Church St. Phone 5287 (TELEVISION a PIANOS 0 REPAIRS) JOE'S Dutch Front Grille 75 Spring -St. Phone 4920 HENCO SILKS 59 South Main St. Waterbury, Conn. If It's By The Ynrd "W& Have It SEW and SAVE THE HARNESS SHOP •Tonh J. Conmilc, Prop. The oldest leather-goods store in Waterbury offer* you the finest in leather billfolds, briefcases, gloves, and belts. GENUINE LEATHER and AIRPLANE LUGGAGE 70 GRAND ST. TEL. 4-7383 WATERBURY GUS' SMOKE SHOP A Complete Line of FISHING & HUNTING EQUIPMENT Christmas Toys Cigiir.s Candy Cigarettes 402 NORTH MAIN ST. Union City When You Think of BUICK Think of HUNT BUICK 80-82 SOUTH MAIN ST. TEL. SKIPPY MAGEE MOTOR SALES ZW' Watertown Ave. Tel. Wtby. 4-8981 or Win. 1264 BILL RADO'S SMOKE SHOP Price* on Alt 80FTBAI.I, EQUIPMENT Tel. 41*12 BILL PARKER VEWS STORP: Olbnoii GrccUnic C aril* Individual un<l Uor.«d aHdortmentis. CHURCH KTRKI:T Valley Automotive Electric ' Carburetors Generators South Wind Henters Sales & Service 117 SOUTH MAIN ST. Tel. 5619 V. E. GUSTAFSON Pen & Pencil Sols — Toys XMAS CANDY Evening In Paris Sets Patent Medicines 169 RUBBER AVE. Phone 4996 LANE eiDA » «•*•" CHINA — GLASS Greeting- Cards Lamps — Yarns Housewares Everything for Christmas STRISIK'S The Naugatuck Fuel Co. ELECTRIC IRONER Special Christinas Price $99-50 REO POWER LAW MOWERS At Bargain Price* The Perfect Gift... for iwcethcart, wife, dcugbter, mother. Has all of the LANG exclusive features. Giuraoncd moth protection. Only $ 1 down UHl-SUAHHTHf

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