Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 5, 1949 · Page 6
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 6

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Monday, December 5, 1949
Page 6
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THE STORY OF THE SAVIOR The Christ of the Ages BY WILLIAM E. GILROY, D. D. The.Christmas Story begins far bock in Fail* and Vision. Christ's coming was foretold many generations before hii birth. Abraham, a remote ancestor, prophesied it. Jesus said, "Abraham rejoiced to see my day." (John 8:56.) Ruth, who "gleaned in the field after the reapers," was the great-grandmother of King David and a Gentile ancestor of Jesus. David. d. Hie shepherd boy who became king, wo$ 27 generations before Christ, who was sometimes called "Prince of the House of David." Prophets spoke of a greater David who was to come. ..._. (Matthew 1.) ,1^ Mass. Opens Campaign To Lure $230,000,000 To Fall River Area (By Associated Press) The Massachusetts Governor has evened a determined campaign to lure $230,000,000 steel mill to the southeastern bay state city of Fall River. The Governor pledged his efforts ! to induce an .unidentified major I steel company to build the proposed' plant on a 12,000 acre site. He^selected the site as the best in the state. Massachusetts is competing 1 with other New England states for | the proposed steel mill, which busi- I ness leaders have suggested as a i boost to the rejyion',3 economy. Governor Dcvel- says he made-his choice on the basis of n. survey which showed the site hod everything required for a steel plant. H<; say.s a major steel company "has an active interest in the location of a plant in Massachusatts." The mill would use newly-discovered ore from Labrador. TiAVGATVCK NKWS (CONN.). MONDAY, |JJC<:..-., 191B— PAfii; r, High School Joins Clothing Collection Collection of clothing for ""Bavo the Children" was started at Naii- satuck High School Friday. Prin. Raymond K. Foley announced that the collection will carry through today. .Students and facut.y are par'ici- pcting in the collection, he sail'-. The collcclfon committee is heitlrd by Miss Madeleine Caine, assists by a group of students. Mr. FoJey said that any residents who wish to contribute clothing nnd do :<o1 have students in the family may leave clothing at the school or notify the school and the student committee will pick up the items. Dooling To Speak To Ys Men's Club State Trooper Edward DooHng, of Naugatuck, attached to the Bethany Barracks, will be " the guest speaker at next Tuesday'.? meeting of the Y's Men's Club, it was announced today by George fconas, chairman in' charge of ihe program. Patrolman Dooling will speak on "Criminal Investigation." TRY NEWS WANT ADI* What a Gift... YOUR PICTURES 60 SECONDS AFTER YOU SNAP THEM Saap the shatter. Full a paper tab. Sixty seconds later, open the camera and lift out a beautiful, big, lasting print ... all finished, for all to enjoy right on the spot! No tanks. No liquids. Anyone can snap them . . . everyone can enjoy them . . . on Christmas morning and for years and years to come! Today ... while we can still reserve one for you for Christmas . . . come in and see the amazing POLAROID picture-in-a-minute camera (on e«y t«rm», if you like) WILHELM, INC. 129 W. Main St. Tel. 4-0131 Watertiury "On The Grf-en" Old Furniture Made Into New Furniture MATTRESSES RKMADB STANLEY'S UPHOLSTERY SERVICE 51 Maple St., Waterbury Phone 4-9279 I DO HOPE IT WON'T RAIN TOMORROW" 1 I'OU NEEDN'T SAV THAT AGAIN AUTOMATIC CLOTHES DRYER ELECTRIC Straits " Turnpike Phone 3-4570 Your DODGE , and PLYMOUTH Dealer A new Dodge or Plymouth makes an ideal Xmas gift. Hotchkiss Street Garage John J. Mazilauskas, Prop. Phone 5727 -"-ww- Largest Selection TOYS at the Lowest Price! BEACON KIDDIE CENTER 73 GKAN1> ST. VVATERBUKY SW6AT6RS and SKIRTS %« '$Mm THE SMART, WARM WAY Pft "Y ilV 3 TO SAY "MERRY CHRtSTMAS" WF ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES For Xmaa See OLAPP, ROBE & VAUGHN, INC. 11 Lewis St., Waterbury Phone 4-2129 ^g^? Charge It At RAPHAEL'S, INC. 108410 CHURCH ST. NAUGATUCK For CAMERAS, PROJECTORS or PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES SEE Speeds Waterbury's Largest CAMERA SHOP 21 Grand St., Waterbury IDEAL MARKET Choice MEATS &. GROCERIES Turkeys for Christmas 2 South Main St. Tel. 4930 AURORA Grocery Store Meats, Groceries, Fruits and Vegetables 18 MAY ST. PHONE 4914 Bargains Roos — Lane CEDAR CHESTS JIICCARDO FURNITURE CO. 467? WEST MAIN ST. Waterbury Phone 4-6292 MELBOURNE FLOWER SHOP Florists Since 190G Member Of F. T. D. 130 Rubber Ave. Tel. 5225 MAPLE LEAF Restaurant GIHADLI BI.-3S., Props. AN IDEAL SPOT FOB YOUR CHRISTMAS PARTY Reasonable Prices 172 MAPLE ST. Phone 4857 LEYNARD'S SNOW SUITS $9.98 To $19.98 SIZES I TO 14 USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN 170 CHURCH ST. PHONE 5990 WAYSIDE Farm Market Naugartuck-Waterbury Rd. A 'One Stop Murket FRUITS nnd VEGETABLES MICA*S nnd GROCERIES P^one 4-9632 Waterbury FOR CHOICE MEATS Stop at Henry's Market 10 Church St. Tel. 3496 ' Rosters Broilers Chickens Capons TURKEYS Rabbits High-Way Drive In Naujatuok- Waterbury Highway I Tel. 4872 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 Chrl.stniKH Party 56 BRIDGE ST. Phone 4897 MRRISSEY PRINTING CO. 4 CANAL ST. ; Waterbury Social — BiiBincss W4dclinff InvltntionH 24 HOUR SERVICE — o 3-411S MACK EKSJ1LER TEL. WTBY. 3-1M2 m ,*;-. ^,/-/ CHRISTMAS GIFTS 43 CKNTKR STREET OF SOLID MAPLE WATERBURY, CONN. Ray's Hardware Authorized Ocalor PRATT *. X.AMBKIIT PAINT I Rubber Ave. Phone 7200 I'AUIVK PACIt(\r,K STOKK Choice WJni'N. I.IIUMM-H Icreii ;\ilvuiniitf<. ul H,,,,I» I'nrkliiK l'ri!is IXillvnrj- IOH Vrimiini'l S(. liili.n (''1v I'lirlilftlui A\N ASIIAK. Ti'l, lidlM CHESTER'S Army & Navy Store Spw.lid Chrlsimns Bur^ali 24 South Main St. SHOP THIS NEWS GIFT GUIDE Maytag Makes Your Dollar Go Further! tow i*im«r Coti ;and Low Upkeep) ANDROPHY'S RADIO &, AI'I't.IANOE CO. . 1C, C'luircli St. 41S No. Mulri St. titnk Union City Tel. 11'ttlO — Mill tucU'H Only Authorized Maytag Dealer CHARLIE'S PACKAGE STORE Choice Holiday Liquors 189 Rubber Ave. — Tel. 0117 Ansonia Travel Agency Naugatuck Valley Headquarters For All Airlines And Steamship Companies Tours, Cruises, Hotels ANSONIA TRAVEL AGENCY Capitol Building , Room 102 Tel. 4585 Ansonia Conn. GIVE A ' YMCA Membership as a Christmas Gift that will give happinegg all the year round. The ffitt Mother, Dad, Sister, Brother can enjoy. It adds new friends, fun, and healthful recreation. Inquire Today at The YMCA •MfcMiWMiMiftMtraBiftMiMatiR abl* 45 rpm record* 0, of p| O y eojier ... ^^^ btMef ... COM Ira.... ond mo« 01 eoty a. a-pockel I THE MUSIC SHOP — Everything Musical — 88 Church St. Phone 5287 K.C.A. Television and Radio, Too.'.' JOE'S Dutch Front Grille 75 Spring St Fhone 4929 HENCO SILKS 59 South Main St. Waterbury, Conn, If It's By The Yard We Have It SEW and SAVE NOW ON DNSPLAY HALLIBURTON LUGGAGE Available in 15 MATCHED MODELS THE HARNESS SHOP 70 Grand St., Waterbury Tel. 4-7383 Wat-y «***w*www»«B«ww««wtiw«ti«i«^^ a^w^itwaiiiKisKicwKtt^itit^iewit^^iCij^tttewitieta,,^^,^,,*^^^,^,,.. When You Think of GUS' SMOKE SHOP A Complete Line of FISIIINU & HUNTING EQUIPMENT Christmas Toys Cigars Candy Cigarettes 402 NORTH MAIN ST. Union City BUICK Think of HUNT BUECK 8082 SOUTH MAIN ST. TEL. 5600 CARS BOUGHT & SOLD SKIPPY MAGEE MOTOR SALES 356 Watertown Ave. Tel. Wtby. 4-8981 or Wtn. 1266 BILL RADO'S SMOKE SHOP Wholesale Prices on All SOFTBALL EQUIPMENT Tel. 4912 BILL PARKER NEWS STOKE Gibson Greeting Card* Individual and boxed assortments. STBJEET Valley Automotive Electric Carburetors Generators South Wind Heaters Sales & Service 117 SOUTH MAIN ST. Tel. 5619 V. E. GUSTAFSON Christmas Lights Toys, Cards, Dolls COUPON GIVEN WITH EVERY DOLLAR PURCHASE Famous GRAB BAG 169 RUBBER AVE. Phone 4996 CHINA — GLASS Greeting- Cards Lamps — Yarns Housewares i Everything for Christmas CENTER ST. WATERBUHY Coal —Coke —Oil A Wonderful Christmas Gift THE NAUGATUCK FUEL CO. Radio, Heater or Tires for the family car Redwood's Weekly Special Folding High Chair Natural Finish This Week Only $5.65 Open An Account ruRNiiURf cowraixr

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