Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 2, 1949 · Page 6
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PAGE S— NAUGATTJCK XTCWS (CONX.), Ftm>AY, . Z. CKASIM.A.VDS Bat a via, .lava—Dutch Hourcog **y a CalaUna ny..-,j; boat owned by the Rnyal Dutch Sh«-ll Oil company bus crash-landed near Bunka Inland, off Java. IV H friirrd there an> wveral casualties. HIGH MAJfl'OWKK \VuMhrnKl nn — Tin- National <;imnl NH.V.S Hs manpower IIUN reached im ail-time high sifter a t.wii-rnonlh recruiting campaign. The- <;<mr<l now lias more UiHn 801,000 officers and men. «r YOU KNOW SHE'LL LIKE GOTHAM GOLD STRIPE Beautiful Nylon Stockings Fashionable shades in fine shcerg for daytime or evening. 1.19 to 1.95 WATKRBURY C. Harry Granger Announces Plans To Retire Jan. 1 Waterbury ' Tlnn.i to re-tire Jim, 1 were an- j nciniu'cil yestorrlny by C, Harry ! fii'.-injrer, vice-president nnd general i miin:iner of Wnlni but-y Too'l Dlvi- j sion n( VIcl-erH. Inc., and nlwu prc.si- i 'it-lit nnd I'l-ni'rnl muntiKer of j WhiMrlcr Innulmed Wire Co., Inc. : To will he sur.cue.'dfld a( Wiiterbiiry | Tool by KntnU Foster, Detroit, vice- iii-c'Mit.lcnt of Vickers. N'o successor •V.-IH dcHl^mited lit Wheeler Wire. I -Mr. Grander entered Wiiterhury IndiiMtry in 3003. A former president tif thel Wnlcrhury Clock Co., predecessor of U. P. Time Corp., Air. Griinffei- jointed the Spcrry Corp, of which the two Waterbury concerns were mibsidirirics, i\n head of the tool division in 19'M. Hiindlmok A handbook Is to be prepared to help Connecticut. nnHcHiiorH do their Job. A six-member committee hn.s been named by the Connecticut Association of Assessing Officers to work with the state tax commissioner and the University of Connecticut in writing- the book. On the committee are Chairman Herbert Shay of Fall-field; Louis Abl of New Haven, William F Connelly, Bridgeport, Evert EnKstrom •>f Slonlnjfton. .John Bui dick of Weatbrook and Arthur S. Brophy of Wutcrbury. Acquit ISurlcndp.r .Tamos Comber 31-year-old Phil- udelph^ajbai-tender wan acquitted \ig ,r |j Christmas Gifts for the Homc$ | Water Heaters | I Kitchen Sinks II How About Your POWDER ROOM? „ Geo. Wigglesworth Jl & Son, Inc. Maple St. Tel. 5263 K 24 Hour Service « Now at (L I N C 0 L N )Newl95O Model And Up to Two You™ to i'liy Revolutionary ft etc* Super-Powered Chassis Exclusive Roto-Scope... the Only Built-in Antenna That's Directional/ Mothlng Else to Buy Easy as Radio to Tune TrV Picture* Clear as Movies if Free Home Trial ADMIRAL PRESENTS..."STOP THE MUSIC The wonder Irlc-vision rcccivf-r you have hren Wiiilinu' for'. Oulpci'lVoins ;my set, Anywhere, .my time: Pictures clearer -Jiaii the movies! They're in with ;i click when switeli stations . . . timing is so simple! Superpo-.vered for outstanding perforiii!iii(!« even in the outlyiiig ;u-eas when- ordinary sets f;iil. The full-six.', one-pieee console of glorious in:ili4)rr ai ,y ,, 0 loi- is a iuirncK> n(' e.'ibinet niiikin . . . .ABC-TV NETWORK. THURSDAYS, • f.M, HT, READY TO USE WITH BUILT-IN AERIAL O'oinplp <• with special iinti'ima. AxHim-H out- Htunclli K performance In immt. lur.utlonH. Saves expensive in«talliil,lon r.hurRes. No liiiidlnr - N permission required. Easy to move from r om to room. Noiv you can i;njoy :i rliigHld Ki-at to inlllloiiH of dollars worth <»f ciitcrtuinnienl. DOUBLE GUARANTEE liy Lincoln Store, Wutortmry'N LurKiwt Television Dcnlnrs and Adinlrul, ixMHiire you of timxlmum i-njoviiicnt from your 'I'clnvlnlo tost night on a charge of murdering Huber E. Madden, 55, Waterbury niitlvn nnd wealthy motor coach sales executive and confidante of. Philadelphia mayors and political heads. Mr. Madden, who went to Philadelphia in the middle '20'o, was kicked and beaten to death at) he \uy on n sidewalk last March after u night-long drinking bout with companions at a night cl^ib. The jury was reduced to tears by the 1udgo for permitting "such a miscarriage of justice." One woman fainted under the tongue-lashing. Novel Oporittlton A novel operation performed Sept. 23 at. St. Mary's hospital IB credited with saving an Infant's life. The child, Christine Margaret Shaw, now more than two months old, was operated upon for a hernia by Dr. Charles H. Audet, one hour after birth. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Shaw, 21 Circular uvenue. Thu novel opcratlqtn was disclosed yesterday after tho Associated Press reported a similar operation on an infant in Pierre, S. D., where the surgeon was quoted as saying he had never before heard of a child undergoing surgery HO B;..<n after birth. Amend Bill Waterbury's trade school bond bill was amended by the General Assembly yesterday to permit the proc*cds t.o be used for the acquisition and development of a achool sitct. The amendment permits the city to Bell bonds to acquire and develop the land on which the state will build a trade achool. The city is required to provide the land. The staXe already has appropriated $1,500,000 to construct and equip a trade school In Waterbury to serve the Waterbury area. Mini rial Declared Judge Philip J. Sullivan yesterday declared a mistrial In a Common Pleas court breach of pence action against Jnmos Galullo and LiuulH Buterworth, AFL Waterbury Watchworliers Union officials. Judge Sullivan in abruptly ending the case yesterday stated that a motion by counsel for the two officials to quash the bench warrants on which their arrest was based placed him "In the unenviable poHition of having to rule on tny own actions." Galullo and Butterworth wcro presented In Common Pleas court in October, charged with breach of peace and assault as a result of a picket line disturbance at the U. S. Time Corp. Mldcllebury plant last summer. Mrs. Sheldon Heads Organization Of Eagles Auxiliary Mrs. John Sheldon, 022 North Church, ntrvet, hn.s been elected Lady OVfffinlzcr of the Ladies' Auxiliary of I he Nngntuck. Acrlc of Efiff- k'.s which is now belnjr formed, It was nnn-.iunccd today by William .7. Sfokew. She wn» olo-Hod by mem- bfci-.H of the Aerlc. Mrs. ^heldon will lalte all appll- | cuitlona for memibershlp :n the p,ro- I posed unit, Mr. -Stokes said. Women interested in jciinlrfj the utff.i- liary arc requested to call Mrs. Sheldon at 2883. Nearly enough np- olicanti haven now been received «) that the ;tiii-lc! may apply for a charter from national headquarters. All women who contact Mrs. Sheldon will be listed" us charter members A meeting- ofr the committee will be held sometime next week, Mr. Stokes said. Monday evening, the Edward Honyotrticl cla;<s will be Initiated Into memborHhip In the Acrio, .Mr. Stokes reported. Twelve candidate* have now siffned up and their may be one or two more by Monday, he wild. The initiation will start at 3 o'clock. A district meeting of Eagles from Merlden, Waterbui-y, Wulllnjrford and Naiiirn.tiick will be held in the Acrhs rooms Sunday afternoon. Dec. 11 startlnjf at 2 o'clock. Card and bowling tvtuna from the local Aerie will compete with the teams from visiting club,.!. Raymond Decker Is captain of the card team and IMr. Honyotnkl leads the bowl- ln«- team. Bowling- will be held In the R and M Alleys. Winners in the card nnd Txiwl- Inp mulches will compete for wlate championship honors with win ner.t of the New Haven, Bridgeport. Stamford and other Eavjlea districts. Foll<ywin s the matches, an entertainment with refreshments will be held In the Aerie rooms. Hawley Hardware '• 120 Church Street Christinas Suggestions as ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES TOASTERS, MIXERS, Etc. also SLEDS — TOYS SHOE SKATES PYREXWARE, Etc. S Phone 4086 We Deliver NEW 1!MO PHILCO ItKFllIGKIlATO-R r $199.50 ^ Cn. Ft. — 5 Year Wa yarrnnty $20 IJown . . . $2 Wcoldy 413 NO. MAIN ST. UNION CITY I'hono 0491 IS CllltltCIf ST. TKI,. IfiDO Opon Friday Till 8 P. M. Reverend Bertram Establishes New Church At Madison The Mndlaon Lutheran church has been established by the Rev. O. H. Bertram, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran church and will hold Its first Sunday school siiHalon Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Madison ConKi-L'Katlonal church. AH the result of a petition submitted by several Lutherans In the Madison-Clinton area, a survey was made last summer by the Rev. Bertram and three assistants In order to determine the advisability of establishing a parish in that area. At the first service 03 people were present. SurvlcoH are now beinjj conducted regularly at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoons In the Congregational chapel on the Post road. Due to -the cnapeVs use this Sunday, services will be conducted in the ConKr«K'iliomil- church. Beacon Falls Christmas 1'ariy Members of the Lo,ynl Daughters are linked to brlnf; u ten-cent gilt for the Krab bag at the annual Christmas Party Monday night In United Church hall following the business session. Mrs. Ruth Choskey IM chairman of iirranBcmentH for the party. A highlight will be motion picture tilides depicting the birth of Chrlsv, shown by Mra. L,. A, Harper, Jr. Refreshments will bt nerved by Mrs. Cheslcey, Mrs.' Ruth Clark, I.Irs Walter Dlnkoakl, Mrs. Johr. 1'erguHon and Mrs. Joseph E*Uhi;r. Mrs. James Rellly, president, will preside. JSAftLY MINI5 HI KK/UJ , The bureau of mines In the U. S. department of iriterior v.-a.s set up in 1010. 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 50 Ways Finer A1 Used Cars Many Bargains The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 87 Church St. Phone 5236 SUNBEAM SHAVEMASTER ( 24 An n»w, completely r«d« >)gn»d for quick comfort- obi. thovM. AC or DC. $1.00 A WEEK REMINGTON CONTOUR-SIX •23 50 6 tuning hnrfi for tmoothcr tHovin0. Kurvc AC or DC. $1.00 A WEIK SCHICK SUPER 50 Fa mo u i for quality, famous for clow shav«t. Runi on AC or DC. $1.00 A WEEK • OPEN EVERY MONDAY TILL CHRISTMAS ERS NK STREET WATKRBUIIY SALE GOING OUT OF BUSINESS MUST VACATE BY DEC. 24 EVERYTHING MUST GO — REGARDLESS OF PRICE BUY FOR YOURSELF—FOR CHRISTMAS Final Clearance! Men's All Wool Worsted SUITS REGULAR $47.50, $55, $58.50 ALL SIZES REGULARS, SHORTS, LONGS BUY NOW! Fiatal Clearance! Men's AH Wool 2 In 1 O'COATS REGULAR $39.95 With Zip-In Lining. BUYNOW! &^^ *^9 .50 ALL WOOL SPORT COATS $11.95 VALUES TO $25.00 BUY NOW! WHITE & FANCY DRESS SHIRTS Sizes 14 to 17V 2 . Value to $3.95 SPORT SHIRTS Values tot $5.95 NOW SOCKS, 6x3 rib, plaid & assorted weaves. Values to $1.00 NOW $249 5O% OFF OUR ENTIRE STOCK MEN'S PANTS BOYS' PAJAMAS Values to $3.95 NOW BOYS' SWEATERS Exceptional Value at BOYS' ALL WOOL SUITS Sizes 10-18. Values to $22.95. NOW . BOYS' ALL W,OOL i-ANTS Sizes 10-18 BOYS' FANCY SOX 5 for $1.00 Sizes 7 to"9, a Wonder Value BOYS' WOOL SPORT COATS Sizes 12-16. Values to $9.95. NOW $149 $195 $1295 $395 21c $395 OPEN THURSDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 8:45 HILTON'S CORNER BANK AND GRAND STS. — WATERftYTRY OPEN THURSDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 8:45 I

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