Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 2, 1949 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, December 2, 1949
Page 7
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Chamber To Name j* NAVY CHOOSES A COTILLON QUEEN Seeks Senate Post Four Directors Primary balloting for four new directors of the Nauerautck Chtm- ber of Commerce con."!udc-3 Monday, with the final election of the new directors to take place Monday. Dec. 12. Melvln P. Enffdstad, executive vice-fresident, urges members to select four names from the mem- Zbershlp list and return the ballot to the Chamber of Commerce ofllc<- before 7 o'clock Monday nitrht. The four now tUrnctorH wl'.l lie chosen by tmllcrt In the fInul election Dec. 12 from the oi#ht members receiving thfc grt.atcst number of votes in the c-rimary election. Directors whose terms cxpirfi are: \ViIliird E. Bittle, Anrdew M. Culver. Rudolph M. Hcnnick. William H. Moody, William J. Noblo, Jr., Walter A. Norwash. Hildini; N. Olson. William H. Schpero. Thoye continuing in ofil-je, who •will not be voted upon are: Harold P. Baldwin, William <J. Boies, C. Fridolf. Carlson, Lewis A. Dibble, Harold G. Kazanjinn, Donald G. Mac-Vicar. Philip E. Rico and Joseph E. TaJbot. BOSTON CRKAM FIKS BANANA CRKAM J'lES CHOCOLATE JiCLAJKS ASSORTED GOFKEE CAKES CITY BAKERY MAPJ.K ST. TKU »n» Open Dully 6.-30 A. M. to 0 I'. M. For Rep. Woodhouse (By AHHOclatcd Pre«B) Third District Democratic Con- K'rcess-man John A. McOuIre of Wuilinprford favors tho appointment of Fourth District Coh- m'reasmun Chase Qolns Woodhouse to the United States Senate. McOiiire-—former State Chairman of tilie party •- ID oipipoaed to I he Governor's reported choice Of liiii fonni'r adverlioInK partner, VVIIInim BcnUm or BoUthport. McGuIro tiays thftt a reg-ijiterod I>onn(jcrat and party^ worker ^ticiulcl have the appointment to iiucRued nopubllcan Raymond' B. Hijlilwin who is resigning to ac- cci, t a State Supreme Court appointment. Bcnton Is not registered with either polltlcol party, sJ- IhoiKfh he served as Assistant .Seiirotary of Stale under tihc Washlntrton democratic adminin- l ration. ' BRIGADE COMMANDER Ames Smith crowns Ann Swobodu, 10, as first "Queen of the Brigade Cotillon" tit the inldiililpmcn'B nnntinl dimco in Philatlelplila. More than 1.500 middies attended. (International) WHAT'S BETTER FOR CHRISTMAS? Than A Clothes Washer We Have BENDIX, HOTPOINT, EASY, MAYTAG, UNIVERSAL, THOR AUTOMAGIC, and AUTOMATIC. We Have the Reindeer to Deliver Them. EASY TERMS • TIllC HKST IN TKAOK-IN VALUES OPEN WED. ANO rjlTj'It.S. BVKNINGS CONN. FUEL-GAS CORP. WATEBBUKY ROAD, WATEUTOWN, 1-ilONK 275 Extend Time For Receiving Cars Time fi>r n<ljiuiic:i.'>ion of clivlmsi r<u- riniomol-lli'M h.y Wnrlil Win- .11 titrniiK who liiKt or i'lnt the 'i«e of one 01- both lo^^ at (jr above thn atiUIc. :LK :i rosull. of Hfrvk:<! H iH'ivn exl'.'nded to ,7'jni! 30, l!». r )0, accordInf; In H'-irry T. Wood. n;in;i7, r ej' of tho Hartford office of the. Vott;fn.ns Admlnist.i'a.tion. "The VA," .said Wood, "will pay he cost of the automobile includ- :nij .special nppliancos, not to ex- ?fo.(! $HiOO in indivitlua.i r.iiK'm. An lif, r ihle V(!ternn rruiy obtnln :i nev/ or used c:ir. .trutrit, trnctor or cviml- lar Cdiivpyanrni. Dotnllod Ini'ornia- linn c^ncernlnK thin bi^nnflt, and 'ij:i.llcalion procedure, may be had :iL nny VA oflloe." New Haven Road's Net Income Down New Haven, Doc. 1—(UP)—Total net. Income of tho New Haven Rall- oiul for the month of October was nearly $217,000. This IH about ono lf the net income for October IUH! yrnr. Nel. Income for the flret :10 months f thin ycnr wua $2.744,(lpO._ i __Com- wirod'wll.h tho /i.-urio period IT year TO it ropresont.4 Ji decrease of about $1,608.000. LONE SURVIVOR OF DP PLANE CRASH NABOATUCK NEWS (CONN.), FRI1>AY, DKC. 2. IM9— PAGE 1 Service For Vets Handles 130 Cases Tho Naiitratuck Service for Vc-te- mr.H office handled a total of 130 (utHt'H during Novc>rnibor, accord- IriK to tih« monthly report of Mm. Oonnld C. Wcjtx), administrate*, rnleawfl toduy. Of tht' cnju»t handled liy the, ofltce, 10 wore new A hroakdown ol CO-IO-H ahowi* Wiat 10] World 'War II vetcranfl were snrvcd,'' HH were Id dopend- ontH of World War II veterans: H World War I veterans and one dependent of a World War I vH/- oi-an; <mc dependent of a SpanlHh- Amerlcan War veteran and three civilians Other fltfUre^L In tho report -show that 130 telephone calls wore handled during the month and 00 In- turvlewM were held nt thci office. Ineo-mir.i; mall amounted to 5i> piece.'! and outgoing tnall totalled 71 plCCUH, Low-Bidder Named For Hartford Homes (By AHHocl»t»'d I'rwts) The Amioclatcd ConHtructlon Co. of Hartford IB the apparent low bidder for 144 (rarden-type apartments to be built in New London. The compuny'H basic bid: for the moderate rental homes was one- million, 737 thousand dollars. This la only $12,000 IC8» Umn this :immmt allocated by tho State Housing Authority for tho project. Two other low bidders submitted identical bide of ono million, 748 thousand dollfiTB.- Th€>y fluro the Ames : Construction Co. of Hart- for.i and the S. D. Rich Co. of Stamford. Top Lead State Missouri leads the nation In lend ', production. '* i NOTICE.. TO THE SHOPPING PUBLIC OF NAUGATUCK and BEACON FALLS U. S. RUBBER CO. SALESROOM Due to the great demand for ou r 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:— 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, December 10, and December 17 to both Naugatuck residents arid U. S. Rubber Co. employees during the hours of:— 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. PROSPECTIVE BUYERS SHOULD HAVE MEANS OF IDENTIFICATION UNITED STATES RUBBER COMPANY NAUGATUCK FOOTWEAR PLANT THI ONtV ONI among 39 found alive In the wreckage or a Dutch DC-3 airliner which crashed in southern Norway, Isaac Allul, 12, IB nhown In H hospital at Drummcn, 20 miles Iroin Oslo, The )wy cvcupcd with minor injuries In th» tragedy that cnuacd the death ot 27 Jewish refugee children, lour crewmen and three nurses. (International Radiophoto) French Students Hold Assembly An assembly for French studenty in tho Naujfatuck High school junior claaa waa hold Thursday morning under the supervision of Miss Colette Daly, it was announced today by Mlsti ^Florence Andorwjn. Kuldiinco »U)>«>rv!wr. .lean BeauroKard, president of Iho French chom, \VJIM In Christ* of the nwientbly. 110 introduced a film, "Through the Pyren«e» to LuiirdflM." A film irtrlp Knowing Nnlro Damo cat.t'edrnl, In ParlM. woa ulsovHhown. JUTE SUPPUKB India RrowB most of the world's supply of jute. Population Of State Shows Big Increase Hartford, Dec. 1 -'UP) — Th«> population In Connecticut In< ri-as«'d about 18 per cent durUtg the ptt«t 10 ycnrs, aclordlnK to <»n j cptlmate of the U. 8. Ccncus Buieau. Th« bureau, which mndc a survey iiiBl summer, fl({Urn» that Connoc- tlriH'R rn,ptil(it ion nn of July 3 witn ulioiil X.M1I.OOO. In 1WO, Ihn <:(>un» WU.H 1.700,000. The- RHtlmitted IncruAnn In rrpurl- \ to he ri^ht p«r rent Inrjcer than nny other Nrw I£n>;iat)t1 ntntc. AVICKAOK HAT SIZK The average American man wear* a Bl/.e Haven hot. 3V 2 LB. 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