Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 8, 1949 · Page 8
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 8

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, December 8, 1949
Page 8
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E-XAUOATTJCK NEWS (CONN.), THURSDAY, DEC. 8, 1849 Ll General Groves Interested In Senate Post From Conn. (By t;nltc<l l'r«-*H) ' The Army Genvrcul who directed the wartime atomic bomb program has indicated that he is Interested in running for the United Slates Str.atc in Connecticut. XJeut. General Leslie Groves of I>arien said he is a registered Republican but that he wouldn't «ny anything definite because he hasn't b**n asked tc run. He did nut . say he would turn clown tho bid • If he worn nrkrd. Grown In in VVaiihlngl.iin wlinro he l»<!illlli-(l liKfuro I III' MOIIHII lln- Amnrlciin AiMlvllk'H Committee In >:iiniii:(.'tlon with l<!Hlui>;e of atomic bomb secrets to Jiufwia. Senator-Designate Benton In Capital («y United I'rttMK) Connecticut's Senator-designate William Bunton Is In Washington 'hl.s morning to discuss committee assignments for the session which open.-) January 3. Benton Hnys he •will difcuss the matter with the •^.TreUiry of the Senate. GOP Legislative Leaders To Probe Conn. Unemployment (lly Unlti-d 1'r.iNN) Tli<> uniimployment Kit nation In ronrinrllrut IH KOliiK to bn Inventl- Kiilf'd hy ltc'|)ubllcnn InKlMlntlvo lenders. GOP House leader George O, Cnnwny of Oullford HayH u wludy uf tin', situation will be undertaken before any confederation ia given to 11 special session of the General Assembly. Conway sayjj he has received an outline of the unemployment situation from Governor Bowles In which he says more than 4!>,000 per- Mystery Man Will Be At Rosenblatt's Thursday Night! \ GET YOUR FREE COUPONS HERE On The NEW $1800 FORD Gift Neckwear by "Adam" in the season's Smartest Paterns^^f 0 $1.00 Use Our Friendly CHARGE SERVICE You can't K<> wrimif with nur i,ol«ir» Uoi) Of Htylo-<M>IIHuloUH, blldWt^WlHO mim'K wi'iir for that man <n your life. Whfthcr hv's a coiiHitrvutlvc ilrctwur or ROHM for u dash r >t :-.lp mid cx-lor In hlK appnri;!, you'll find oxarlly what hit \\hi-n at KONOII- llllltt'H. U1VIC HIM SI1IUTS hy "Adam" — "Wlnifn" — "Campti!*" DRESS SHIRTS . .from $2.66 SPORT SHIRTS . . .from $2.95 IIOSIKKY hy ADAM COTTON AROYI.KH and ItAYONS from 39c PAJAMAS by "Nitekraf t" Broadcloths and Flannels from $2.49 Rayons — $3.95 Initialed Handkerchiefs Per box of three — $1.00 Gift Slippers Fine Leathers from $3.95 Shiw|> Unnd from $3.95 Knits from $1.49 Wool Glove & Scarf Sets Boxed — $2.98 GIFT GLOVES Fur I.lnod from $495 Flll<! I Give Him An ADAM HAT to WoolM from GIFT JACKETS Wools — In a vast Hrrny of styles ' $8.95 to $16.95 SHOP AND SAVE AT NAUGATUCK'S XMAS STORE ROSENBLATT'S 83 MAPLE STREET NAUCtATUCK sons have exhausted their Jobleng benefits, He reports that Governor Buwlcii anhn thai unemployment c.onipciisatlon benefits b« ox I end- nil. 'I'hn ll<i|j\il)l|i;iin limddi- Htnyu ))« will dlMi'unit Uie nmtlor with liibor mid niitniiKflmfint luadiirti Ixifuni nullliiK Ihc QOf irianibnrithlji In 'ho loglulatura. Conwny Hiiyw u i:h«ok with the ulnto unomploymont Mui'vleu Hhowu thnt only 11,000k por- uorm uro looking Tor work through ( .h« ntntfl uKiincy. Monnwhlln, It IB r««ull«d tho labor l«ndort< hnvo been \lrginK Governor BowluH to cull a Hpcclul H slon to act on labor legislation. If tho lawmakerH are called to Hartford, It would be the fourth special •"iHulon of the 1949 General A»sem bly. M'iddletown Man Named Asst. Atty. General Of Conn. Mlddliitown, Doc. 8—(UP) -A younjj Mlddlvtown nltorriny hut been appointed a» an ntittlijtiinl attorney gonera] for the state. The United Press learned today that tho pcmltlon IH golnir to Ernest. Kuliited, who posstd his bar examination only a year ago. Halstod succeeds the late Harry M. French ot Southln^ton, who (Hud Nov. 6 aftnr u brief lllnvHB. The work of the new anHlntnr.t. attorney jjonoral will be ooncnrnecl chiefly with the State Welfare Do- purtmont. Girls' Gym (Continued Prom Page One) n Llnnky, Aria Lovlno, Beryl Lun- clln Klalnn Lundln, Martha Lun- dln[ Mary Lynch. Patricia McKee, rirace McNamen, Junct MacDonald, Helena Mnffan, Klalne Malato. J, Manglnl, Bertha Marie Manin, Donna Marnon, Rhodu'Marnon, Judy Ann Melefjalnles, Sunan Mercer, Wllmn Mercer Marna MertolmRyer, Justine Mlkalchug, Sandra Mlkle- tonls, Ruth Miller, Elaine Murphy, Mnry Ann Murphy, Judy Murtha, Mnry Murtha. Kllcen Nenl, Arllne Nolson, Karen, Nelson. Jane Nolan,' Slyvla Obot. Re>?lna Oldakowskl, Barbara Oliver,' Deborah Opdykc, BeUy Paraonn, Mary Beth O'Toole, Ellen Ponseck, Sandy Panacck, Dorothy Ann Peak- nr. Cynthia Jean Pcanlee, Carla Pcppcrman. Diane Pctcrelk, Bar- »ara Petroskl, Karen Pettit, Mlchcle Phclan, Christine Pllaclnski Janet Prltchard, Linda Prltchard, Pa- trlcl Ann Qulnn, Jane Quint, Frances Rcbello, Kathleen Regan, Eliza- leth Reich. Joan Sandra Rellly. Patricia Ann Rosa I, Margaret Ryan, Patricia Rykowskl. Diane Sabla, Joan Shirley Sabla, Mary Anne Sakalovchaa, Diane Sal- nardl, LJsa Scnlly. Jean Schlldpon Kathlucn Schrader, Carol Scullln, Barbara Seldel, Murthu Seltzer, Eleanor Sdvemon, Donna Seltzer Marha Severson. Margo Shanor, Patricia Shopla, Loda Shumak, Mar,ha Bmlfrclskl, Barbara Ann Smith, Nancy Smlth_ Rofcln Spcarrln, Cynthia Squires,'Judith Squlreg, Patrl- 8lokon, Mory Summit Joanna Sundber^, Patricia Swlck, Grace Talbot, Patricia Thibodeau Nancy Ann Titlcy. Elizabeth TrUno, Sandra Tucker, Deanna Urban, Elona ValantiejuH, Thelma Valentine, Lola Vlellette Gloria Van Delft Judy Walsh, Rosemary Wargo, Patricia Weaving PhylllB Webgter, Claire Loulso WD.COX, Judith White, Ann Marie Witkowaki Theodora Wit- koskl, Julie Wo«'rm«h and DorU Wood. Mary Ann Wooster, Knlherlne Za\i, Joan iZoimbruskl, and Virginia Zona». MT Year Hell Bo Home On Time! Somehow, on Christmas Eve. ho alwuyi manages to wander homo late . . . iho klddlnn nro worrlml, Mothnr In cro.-m and If It-wuron'l for th« ,','cnoral .'««lln« of Good Will Toward Mnn. he'd bo in £ trouble for sum! Let's work on thl.<, family! Lot's Rlvo Pop n. Hamilton, and help him Molvc the problem. For M yenrn, Hamilton wiilchi-H huvn been helping busy people k BO ,, their appointments . . . thi-y'vc. b«oorno rnmnd for thnlr outstanding accuracy arid their steady aorv- l««. Hamilton styling, too, Is worthy r,f Hamilton quality . . . dindf/nod to ln«t! At Clayton's you may choose fro,,, one of tho mo«l complote selections of Hum- Hlon models In Waterbury, :,nd you may purchase the watch of your choice on Clayton's convcnltmt budgot terma. That's Why He Wants A ETON'S / ff/ waeMlT4t4fM>nc£/<M. 44 Bank St., Waterbury You mny charge It, or piy 5.00 Initially, 5.00 per nionlli on the b«l«nc« VISIT OUR 2nd FLOOR GIFT SHOP OI'KN MONDAY* THX CHRISTMAS M ARTIN •,»!... ; I'.,.;, .-III.,..,. ; DVC-IC.IIT-.lf...,,/?,..„../// .1 NI-IL-Al.i»jJ .-...IM ..:... 52.25 ^.,.^1-Ll .'. . . ."" 'ss'oO ll^/y."./ 11 .' . 60.50 IIAVDHN >Haa; !0;<uilH.i~,. S. ELTON • Mo.'. It-lt^l ""•"•' JelJiJ, 71.50. t°U /,,.,. Jitl .""'.'6600 Norwalk Receives $2,000,000 Housing Grant For 190 Units Hiirlfcml, Dec, 8 —I UP) Ti.n Stiiti! Hrnmlng Authority hail up- proved a $2,000.000 'uHHlnlitriiio agreement with the Norwalk HOUH- lnj{ Authority. Thin agroomont permits Norwalk ,t'a go ahead with a 100-unlt mod- erate rental housing project Tdo Korwalk authority expects to have the project rtmdy for construction bidfl hy Fob. 15. The program cwlln for ]BO »nr- Uftn-ty|H) apiutiiumu mul 40 alngli) dwelling). Norwalk ha* the right, however, to nmXo them all gnrdun- lypii apnrtmontH. Rents teniuuVRly havo boon OH- tahllHhod 'ill. $'H for three and <>*>«half room apartments; $47 fur lour and one-half room apartments and (80 for five and ono half room apatmentn. Hants will I Include hunt. AT FREEDMAN'S NAUGATUCK'S BIG CHRISTMAS STORE!! Store ppen Tonight and Friday Night!! LOVELY GIFTS FOR A IADY BEAUTY NOTES — to delight ony girl I Ten >h*«ti of "parly pink", liHle-glrl-iiztd, ruled nolepaper wifh matching envelope* together with a bottle of rote- ttented Little Lady $ Toilet Water. Gift boxed. LITTLE LADY LIP POMADE—adored by every girl who iee» itl Looki Ilk* bio sister'* lipstick but is colorless when applied. With a generous refill in o charming • gift box! iff on •arthl "DRESS 'n CLOWN" completely gift-boxed I ADVERTISED IN GOOD HOUSEKEEPINO ... a circus-full of fun (and fashion!) for any little girl you give it to I Loveliest combination* of carnival- pastels for the fine Sanforized broadcloth dress, and ditto for the play-full, laughing clown) All ready — set in a pretty bo* — to give to a lucky little giril Sizes 1 to 3, complete $3.08 WIN AN $1800 .CAR!! Shop Here — Coupons Free With Each $1.00 Purchase, Cash, Charge or Payment on Account. 191-199 CHURCH STREET NAUGATUCK Store Open Tonight and Friday Night Until 8:45 Mystery Man Here Tonight!! Drummer Boy Dies (By United l*r«*tt) Tho funurn) ot » flti-yniir-alil Civil •vur ili'iniitiKir lioy who dlnd ynntnr- '1ny will bo hold In Hnrtford Friday (iftnrnoon. Phllli* Judd <|iilt Huluiol ot Ihn «K<! of II nnd f«il- lowod hlw fnthor to wnr. Visit Our TOYLAND GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE I7H MAI-t.K HTKKKT Fr.'i' l)i<llv«ry Ti-li-ptioiin AT. FREEDMAN'S "I NALHJATUOK'S HIO rilHJ.ST.MAS STOKE. STORK OPEN TONIGHT AND FRIDAY NIGHT VS'TIL 8:45. MYSTERY MAN HERE TONHJIIT. "HE-MAN" GIFTS FOR BOYS young lad goes west hit very own toiletries Bath-inducing BUBBLE BATH PINE OIL giv»i mountoini of bubble* and hai a wonderful "ouldooriy" »m«ll. Sporti a minialur* fell cowboy hat. All in roolin* tootin' Wild W«»» packaging thai mak*t cleanup tlm* hit favorite j -| QQ time of day. On»y X »iw IM YOUNG LAD GOES WEST Hair Lotion Uimilarly gift »• packaged) Only YOUNG LAD GOES WEST Sham poo Itimilorly gift i 1 Oft packaged) Only Shop Here and Win an $1800 Ford Car. Coupons Free With Each $1.00 Purchase — Cash, Charg-e or Paid on Account. 191-199 CHURCH STREET MYSTERY MAN HERE TONIGHT!! STORE OPEN TONIGHT AND FRIDAY NIGHT FREEDMAN'S NAUGATUCKS CHRISTMAS STORE Gifts For The Kiddies VISIT OUR DOLL LAND Horseman and Sayco SKIN TEX DOLLS . $1.98 .$7.98 $3-98 HOLIDAY UNDERWEAR 3Hp», Oowna, Sets, Panties to to SS.... ....... .*1.98-$5.98 CUDDLY SHEEPSKIN SLIPPERS BOYS WESTERN N <P-| /J A Co no SHIRTS ....... . . ........... *1 .69 to &2.9S QENEAUTRYand HOWDY DOODY GLOVES &•* g\f\ ^l.UU to INFANTS NYLON- CREEPERS $1.98 up Get Your Lucky Coupons Here For The $1800 Ford Car 191-199 CHURCH ST. NAUGATUCK FnF.K BUSES—BEACON FAl.IJS.TO. NAUGATUCK FRIDAY NIGHT

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