Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 5, 1949 · Page 9
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 9

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Monday, December 5, 1949
Page 9
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AtTC.ATOT!K NF.WS (CONN.), MOX1>AY. TH5C. B, 1!>4f> THE AIR TODAY 6:30—WATK—NAUOATUCK NEWS WTIC—Just Plain Bill WWCO—Turn Mix B-4B—WBIiY—dirt Manney Time WTIC—Front 1'ucc Farrcll *:flO—All Stations—News C: 15—WATIl—Sports WWCO—SpnrtKrnpe WTIC—Slrlotly Hpurlv Wr;ltY—Jjftttr.s 'I'll Santa f, -.30— WATH—Von Tobal: Music WTIC—WriKhtvlJIe Folks WBRY—John A. Cluney. Si)"rtH WWCO—Who's Talklnif <:4r,-WATIt—Civic Th.-at'-r WTIC—3 Ktnr Kxtro WHHV—I.ow,.|] Thomnn 1 .00— WATH— Namns In the News WTIC—I,l K ht Up Time WHItY—\Vhnt I>o 1-i.fiptc iJi. WWI>--I>'iilt>m Li-win 7 :UE—WATH—Ili-arlllni; lOilllton WUIlY-KivtiKH ,>1 fmr Tlni.-H T:15-WATIt-l'li.,n« Your Annwor WTIC— NPWK WWC< > • TwIliislM KiX'i'ln! WHIIY—Voici. ol ihf Army 7 :3U—WATH—SjMfllinK H.-o WTIC—Cot« C5l«-c Club, wwro—rjnbrli-l n,. n !t..r WHKY—C!uli U, 7:45—WTIC:—(Jov. ISowl.'H WHI'.Y—Kdward It. Murrow WWCO—I Ixive A MyHtvry 8.00-WATR—Shnn- the \\Viilth WTFC— Rnllrruid Hour WHRY—Innor Sancllim WWCO—StrnlKht Arrow 8::30-wnRT—Arthur Drrflrxv WATIt—I'olka Parade WWCO—On the Crcen WTIC—Bnrlow Con^ftrt I :45_WATH—Hf-nry J. Tnylor WWfO—Si>olll'i;li> On A Blur 4:!>0—WBP.Y— Tlartlo Tliontf-r WTtr—TKleohone Hour Wwro—Murder Tiv T.:x.,ert9 WATU—Kalo Bmllh Cnll» 9 :30—WTTI":—n»n'I of Atnorlc-a WWCO—Crlm.. Flrhters 10 :00—WATR— Arthur Gnoth WTIC—Mftrtin and I-PW-IH Phow WPUT—My FrlenJ Irmfl Wwro—Ncw» Commentator 10:15—WATR—Oov. Bowles WWCO—N«w*rpfil 19:30—WATn—Holler tx>rbv- WBRY—Boh Hnu-k Show WTIC—TBA WWC( I—Marvin Miller I (I—WWCO— Music You n'nnt 11:00—All KUtlonn—News 11 :ir>—WATH—Simrtn WTIC—News WWCO—UN Today WliUY—SwinK Khilt II -IO-WTIC-HnMt.,11 sympliony WAT'K—(It-inn: !.>!UI(!<; ()7'f;h. WJJRY—SwlnK Klild WWCO—Danct Orch. 12 :00— All Stations—News TKI.K VISION n'.xiir-rv cuniimui r. :00—Ted Hti)Hi. Khow r, :30--'lvliitim<>H .', ••!(, llowily IKiofly fl :OM- Kilin Khorlj* i;:30- liy I'nn -Mimic & I'roKi'iirn Nn ?:00-Kiil(la, KI 7:30— Show Itoo uiiil (lillc in 8:00 -Silver Tlii-ntiir X :3V— Ilarlnw Concert ft:0n— C •'anilld Ouni'l-n tl ::i(l-Thi. OolilliiM'iCN 10:00— Simllo <><\f 11:00— To I'-euK*'— NHWH wr us cniimiKi t 4 :SO-Vnnlty li'alr o:«0— Ti-0 Sleole 6:30— Th« ChiK-k Wuicon 6: no— I.urky I 'up «l:4r.-li<>l> Ilnwnnl Bhiiw 7:00— Knur of the Trails 7:15— Paul Arnold Show 7:30— TolcvlKiun N«-w» 7:45— Sonny KcndlH Show 7 :r,;>— Herh Khrlni-r Khow N:00— Silver Tlwatcr X:30— Godli-ny'H Talent Scouts n:0fl— Candid c"aim>rii 9:30— The OoldtiurKM 10:00— Studio Oho II :00 — l-'jiye KinerMon Hhow 1 1 : 15— nines Uy liortty WWT1T Olmnnnl 4 B^n-Jmly SpllnterH C -.30— Howdy Dor,rty (i ;00— Children's Theater 11:30— Kuwy Does It n :rir>— Wcnthvrmnn 7:00— Kiikln. Fran nnd Olllo FUNERALS — lloiiuld A. llriiniird JM-lvrite fuiifral Knrvicer for Him- nld Anthony Bcunardr throe-year-' i;ld son of Anthony and Mu:~y (Hy- ko:>ki> Bnnnard. 4S(! North' Mnln street, who died Saturday mc>rn- inj;' at his home after rin lllnesif of two days, were held this morn- inj? ivt 11 o'clock at the FiUjfer- ;ild Funeral }It-me, 2-10 North Main street. Burial was In St. James' Cr*m<itery. Bearers, all uncles of the ohild, wero .John Bf^nnard, Jr.. Patrick Stephen HykoMki lind ICd- riinlc AilamaltiH «i;rvlci'K for I/Yank A'lu.- D| W> fioldi-n Mill Mt.ri>i-t, Tluir.'idny ufl'M'tioim wrrr link! thl.s mcn-nl ng iniill In, I!!', who dii-d hl.s luirn<\ frirtii (hi: H'll!«Ki:raId Funeral lloirii;, 2.10 Ninth Main iitn-nt. A •oli'inri bleb Mimu of requiem was cclebi-ited at. i) o'clock in St. Mni-y't! Church by the. Hov. Gr.orfje Vl!r;laii.sli.-ii;. vvitli the It.;v. Stanley Muritllln nn dirt'Con am! the Rev. Thomas Griffin, pn.'itor. a;i Huli- Mrs. Knio»t R. Caro.sella, Wnli-i-bury orpin In L and sololwt, rendered, In Para DIKum nm! Schell's Funeral M:irer>. Prayers at Hie irnive In Ja.nv.iR' Ceme- [fry wrrt! read by Father VllclaUK- Itas. Bc;rirerM were Aclolph Plonk I, Fred Kwnnkleflcz, AI;:fion-< ( . Po- lomsk.1, Chnrlo.i Finite, Adam 2a- patkc. nr.d Michael Olszewskl. 7:30—siimv Kooni 7 :4f»—"Nfw* Cjiruvan" X :on—Tele-Thonter S :80—Vnlr,. „( Kirustona 11:00--Mi-htH Out »::i«—Hiirlow Cnn.MTt 19 YEARS OF PROGRESS Gustafson's Store Is Now A Modern Shopping Center 169 Rubber Avenue Telephone 4996 Verner Gustafson, Jr. manager, left and Verner Gustafson, Sr., owner and founder. Another View of thii well-stocked store. FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING WE CARRY: Cosmetics and Perfumes Shaving Sets Flashlights Westclox & Gilbert Clocks Cameras and Film Schrafft's and Apollo Chocolates Toys Military Sets Greeting Cards Fountain Pen Sets Billfolds Stationery Patent Medicines "Double Kay" Fresh Roasted Nuts Newspapers & Magazines Tobacco and Cigarettes Pipes and Cigars SODA FOUNTAIN & LUNCHEONETTE SERVICE Christmas Cards, Christmas Lights, Christmas Wrappings Many Other Items Too Numerous To Mention M|HH Klfhn Blom(|tilnt 1'rivfiLe funoral sefvicou for Mlsei Ebba Elomqulat, 130 Myrtle uve- iTuc, Bcuitun, Mass., a native of NaugRtur;h who i died Friday at Stamford Hospital after a brief, were held yesterday nt the Altlcrsoti FuniM-al Home, 201 Meadow street. The Rev. Wlnfrcd B. Lnng-hoj-»t, rector of St. Michel's Episcopal Church, officiating. Bu- rlcl was at the convenience of the family. Mix. Addis Flyiin Pi-lvulo lunernl ,;<!rvlcrj« for Mrs. Addle M. Flynn, 73, uf 1(1 Wr.lfi; avenue, HHUCOII Kullii, whu d!u<l i;/'.rly Haturdiiy iinnrnliiK nl. 'inr linnin, were liuld toclity nl tlm Al- dcrrun li'nnijntl Hcirn !, 201 Mf.n- iluw Hlruet. Tim Rev. L. A. Harper .Ir, mlniHtrr of Uiu United flhurnli, ' Hi.acon l''ail« will be nt Hie family. ofriclutiid. (.•onverilenco linrlul of tlm CAIll) OF THANKS Wo wlah to exproHM oiir alncere nnd hoartfult thanltB to tho, many fYUimlti, rnlal.ivoH, and nolghborn who. !>y their many ncta of kind- ncHH. floral trlbuloH and oxprossrtonH of sympathy did HO much to mlko lighter thu burden O f Krlef in oiit' recent bereavement. Special thankiij are extended to: The Parrel [foundry, Waterbury, and Rlsdon Manufacturing Co. Mr. & Mrs. Edward Kclnauor. Mr«. Apnea San Anjfclo CAHII OF THANKS Wo wish to cxproHH our sincere and heartfelt thnnk.i to the many, frlend.H, relatives, jind nelg-hborH who, by tholr mnny ncln of klnd- ne«B, flora! trlbutcH and expres- .HlonH of Hyrnpathy did no much to make lighter the burden of ifrlef In our recent bereavement. Special lhankx aru Mxtendud to: Plant No. 2 of the I,owi« Engineering Co. Stanley aieky.H MI'H. Helen Udalow. Hill Street Resident Fined $10 In Fight Charles Melcganich. 25, of 121 Hill Htrrct, WIIB fined $10 when ho appeared before Judge Martin L. Culno in Borough Court today, on a charge of breach of the peace. In a companion case, Thomas Boyd. 38, of 184 Maple Htrcot, arrcwted on a fllmtlar charge, was found innocent. The two men were arrcHted Saturday night as they engaged In a flflt-riKht on M.iplo otreet police ftald. ArrcHtln^ offlcci-H wore Benjamin Ezenskl and Richard Payne. »K<;AN JN ton The federal re«orv e system bognn Nov. IB. 1014. Why Thousand* of Doctor* proscribe pleasant tastinf $1,700 Given (Continued From Pu(,'o One) paying their pledge.' DcHpite ail- vorse conditions! the land was purchased. He said, "If we had cne- hulf the faith former members hud, we could accomplish even morn.' 1 Need More Room Elton Abramson, superintendent of the Sunday school, spoke of iho needs of that church department, i.nd said that If the Sunday school grows at t;ic ra:,j it has during the .past 10 yenrft thai U will bo Im- jioHMlblfl to entry, on In tlm proRrnt quarters.' Me naid, "What wo noed IH more ciiom, more connccratod teachcm, and touchers who will teach during the week as well a» on SunduyH," He said there la a need for 20 rooms, matcrlalo ntor- ufjc place, worship, music and assembly rooms, children's program, library for teachers to study r.nd a social center where girls may learn to sew and boys have a workshop. Paul Johnson presented an archi- plan for a new Sunday huhonl building, Including blueprints. Prior to the program a turkey dinner wa» served. NEW METERS Police Chief John J. Gormley reported today that new parking meters on the w«wt side of Church ittroet, north of Division street, t win be placed' in operation lotnor- ' row. Ho warms motorists to use the one-hour meters or parking Ings will be issued to illegal park- erj. Chimney Fire Fire Chief John J. Sheridan imported toddy thai no dnm»({* resulted In a chimney fire Satuici afternoon at the home of Joseph A. -Bird, Prospect iitrcet. H« «iji4 'httl a brisk wood fire In the heat- Ing plant of the one-family farm dwelling caused »oot In the chimney to Ignite and throw nparku onto the. roof. Firemen fought the h'ate from the roof with water from booster tank*. NOTICE.. (CAUSED BY COLDS) PHITDSSIN acts at once. It not only relieves such coughing but also loosens up phlegm and makes It easier to raise. PEBTUSSIN la «o/e/ Mighty effective for old ana younel Pleasant tastinal 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 sched- *; ule 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. y , 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 and U. S. Rubber Co. employees during the Jtiours 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 PUNT I JANUARY -WINTER 1 2 J 8 "5 10 15 !d I/ 22 n ?4 ?9 JO 31 APRIL • SPRING 7. 3 4 S 6 1 S 9 10 11 1? 13 14 Ib 16 17 IB n ?0 ?1 n "/ 30 24- 25 26 27 28 29 JULY . SUMMER 9 10.11 n n 11 b 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 3?4?5 26 21 n n OCTOBER . FALL 1Q50 FEBRUARY • WINTER MAY . SPRING. MARCH • WINTER 56 7 S 12 13 U 15 19 ?o 21 r> 26 77 78 79 JUNE - SPRING 25 76 77 78 : r j '«) AUGUST • SUMMER SEPTEMBER • MIMMFFl NOVEMBER . FALL | DECEMBER - FALL 5 0 / « 9 10 111 J 4 b 6 / K 9 12 13 14 IS 16 I/ 18 I 10 U U II H 15 If, n ?0 ?1 n 23 24 25 • 17 18. 19 20 n 22 n •>t. 9; - J0 >Q ^ •^/n25 26 27 28: 29 30 (Bive Christmas That Give Joy and Benefits Throughout the Years! You can give up to $(3,000 to any number of persons in any one year without paying a gift tax. You can reduce your estate by giving gifts to relatives and friends and eliminate some of your own estate taxes. Why not purchase and give enough stock as a gift to pay a relative or friend's electric bills? Please purchase for me shares of THE CONNECTICUT LIGHT AND POWER 00. Make the certificate out in the name of (NN) Name Street Town or City __ Bill me: Name Street Town or City HOW LAROE 18 THEIR MONTHLY BILL? 1 BUY * 10 Shares 12 Share* 15 Shares 20 Shares ; 25 Shares 30 Shares 35 Shares COSTING ABOUT $ 690.00 708.00 885.00 1,180.00 1,476.00 1.770.00 2,065.00 TO PAY A MONTHLY BILL $2.70 3.25 4:06 6.43 6.77 8.12 9.48 or Wty Not Buy Enough Share* of THE CONNECTICUT LIGHT and POWER CO. to Have the DlvlilcndM Pay YOUR OWN Electric 3IUT PUTNAM & CO, 6 Central Row. Hartford TcL 5-0151 OUR NAUQATUOK EEPRESENTJLTIV1! 18 MR. G. HORACE BALDWIN Pleaae Call Waterbury 5-0238 (Reverse Charge*)

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