Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 8, 1949 · Page 14
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 14

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, December 8, 1949
Page 14
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PAGE 14—NAPGATTJCK NEWS (CONN.), THURSDAY, DEC. 8, 1049 THE STORY OF THE SAVIOR There vent out a decree from Caesar Augustus that all the world should be taxed." (Luke 2:1,3.) Everyone was ordered to return to his home city to register. The Great Homecoming "Joseph went up from Galilee unto the city of David, which is called Bethlehem ... to be taxed with Mary, his espoused wife, being great with child." (Luke 2:4, 5.) BY WIKJLJAM E. GILROY, D. D. When they arrived in Bethlehem the place was crowded with homecomers and there was no room for them in the inn. But the innkeeper put them up in the stable. Connecticut Housing Republicans Win Authority Appoints In Meriden; Dems And it was here that Christ was born. :"Andthem Bethlehem, in the land of Judo, art not the fiast among the princes of Juda: for out of thee shall cort^ a Governor, that shall rule my people Israel." (Matthew 2:6.) Three Staff Members Hartford, Dec. 8—(UP)—The Connecticut State Housing Authority announced today the appointment of three new staff members. Former State Housing Authority Commissioner Feed L. Rice of West] Hartford was retained as a consultant on moderate rental housing. Rice, a retired contractor, will receive $5,000 a year. Benjamin J. Carol, former building inspector for the New Haven Housing Authority, and Leo Fagan, a Berlin contractor, have been cm- I ployed Q.B assistant engineers of ( rental housing-. They will be paid $5,160 annually. Retain Rockville Howard E. Houston was reelected mayor of Meriden Tuesday, to lead . a Republican sweep. He defeated his Democratic opponent Joseph N. DePaola, 11,687 to 8,269." His majority, 3,418. was the third highest ever given a candidate for mayor in the city's history.^ Xn Rockville, the Democrats regained control of the Sity government. Frederick S. Berger won reelection as mayor for two years over his Republican opponent, Wilfred A. Kloter, 1,869 to 1,214. Coffee consumption in the world totals 37 million 132-pound bags a year. Local 45 To Name Fifteen Delegates To State Parley Fifteen delegates to the anmal State CIO convention in N ""•' haven Jan. 14 and 15. will >.<? elected at the monthly meetir.t; Sunday of Local 45. United Rubbi-r Workers of America. CIO, fo -t- wear plant, it was announced to- clay by Pres. George Froehlich. The meeting will open at 2.33 o'clock in Union headquarters. The state convention will be held 'it ihc Hotel Taft, with delegates attending from the various CIO locals in the state. Some ancient gold pieces have a reddish color on the surface known as gold rust. What a Gift... YOUR PICTURES 6O SECONDS AFTER YOU SNAP THEM Sup the shutter. Pull a paper tab. Sixty seconds later, open the camera and lift out a beautiful, big, lasting print ... all finished, (or ail to enjoy right on the spot! No tanks. No liquids. Aryont can map incm . . . ttayont can enjoy them . . . on Christmas morning and for years and years to come 1 T«d*y . . . while we can still re- •erve one for you for Christmas . . . come in and see the POLAROID J>icrure-in-a-minute camera (on M»y torn* if you lik*> ; WDLHELM, INC. 129 W. Main St. Tel. 4-0131 | .'»„ . Waterbury . j ,". "On .The Green" Old Furniture Made Into New Furniture MATTRESSES REMADE STANLEY'S CPHOLSTEKY SERVICK 51 Maple St.: Walerbury Fhone 4-9270 ELECTRIC Company 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 Largest Selection TOYS at the Lowest Price! BEACON KIDDIE CENTER J3 GRAND ST. WATERBURY IDEAL MARKET Choice MEATS & GROCERIES Turkeys for Christmas |2 South Main St. Tel. 4830 AURORA Grocery Store Meats, Groceries, Fruit* i and Vegetables I 18 MAY ST. PHONE 4914 I DO HOPE IT WON'T RAIN TOMORROW"! MELBOURNE FLOWER SHOP Florists Since 1000 Member of F. T. D. 330 Rubber Ave. TeL 5225 MAPLE LEAF Restaurant GIRAJDLI BI/OS., Props. AN IDEAi SPOT FOB YOUR CHRISTMAS PARTY Reasonable Prices 172 MAPLE ST. Phone 4857 FOR CHOICE MEATS Stop at Henry's Market 10 Church St. Tel. 3496 Log's Restaurant A Good Place To Hold Your Christmas Party DC BRIDGE ST. Phone 4S97 Ray's Hardware Authorized Dealer PRATT & T-AMBERT PAINT 81 Rubber Ave. Phone 7200 CHESTER'S Army & Navy Store Special Christmas Bargains 24 South Main St. «w****ww»«****«^*«we'«wiMie*MM^ ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES SW£AT£RS cuod SKIRTS THE SMART, WARM WAY TO SAY "MERRY CHRISTMAS" 't^zjz^n Charge It At RAPHAEL'S, INC. 108-110 CHURCH ST. For Xmas See CLAPP, ROBE & VAUGHN, INC. 11 Lewis St., Waterbury Phone 4-2129 KATJGATUCK For CAMERAS, PROJECTORS or PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES SEE Speeds Watcrbury's Largest CAMERA SHOP 21 Grand St., Waterbury Bargains Roos — Lane CEDAR CHESTS RICCARDO FURNITURE CO. 467 WEST MAIN ST. Waterbury Phone 4-6292 LEYNARD'S Children's TOYS 59o to $3.98 USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN 170 CHURCH ST. PHONE 5990 WAYSIDE Farm Market Naugatnck-Waterbury Rd. A One Stop Market FRUITS nnd VEGETABLES MEATS und GROCERIES Phone 4-9632 Waterbury Roosters Broilers Chickens Capons TURKEYS Rabbits High-Way Drive In Naugatuck- Waterbury Highway 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 MORRISSEY PRINTING CO. 26 CANAL ST. Waterbury Social — Business Wcddlnjf Invitations — 24 HOUR SERVICE — Telephone 3-4118 MACK EKSKLER TEL. WTBY. 3-1542 /FVBMrvkt "SffOfi CHRISTMAS GIFTS 43 CENTER STREET OF SOLID MAPLE WATEBBtJBY, CONN. PAUL'S PACKAGE STOKE Choice Wincti, Liquorx nnd Buera Tako AdvunluKe ol Our Free Parking Nimcu r'reo Delivery 1«8 Prnsnerl St. rnl.,n csiy Permittee AJTS ASHAK. Tel. &*»;) SHOP THIS NEWS GIFT GUIDE Maytag Makes Your Dollar Go Further! fltl 9/1 OK Iow minor Cost tJ>lO4.»0 , an d LOW Upkeep! ANDROPHY'S HADIO & APPLIANCE CO. 15 Church St. 413 No. Main St. Naugatnclt Unton City Tel. 0400 — G491 Naugatuck's Only Authorized Dealer CHARLIE'S PACKAGE STORE Choice Holiday Liquors 189 Rubber Ave. — Tel. 0117 J^nsonia Travel Agency Naugatuck Valley Headquarters For All Airlines And Steamship Companies Tours, Cruises, Hotels INSONIA TRAVEL \ AGENCY ! Capitol Building noom 103 Tel. 4585 Anionla -- Conn. ' GIVE A Y M C A Membership ns a Christmas Gift that will give happiness all the year round. The gift Mother, Dad, Sister, Brother,, can enjoy. It adds now friends, fun, and healthful recreation. Inquire Today at The YMCA 'Emerson MODEL 610 GIVE IT WITH PRIDE - it will be received with pleasure. Beautiful styling - advanced engineering features. Th* gleaming maroon plastic cabinet has a unique translucent barrel- dial for easy tuning . . . Superheterodyne circuit . . . operates on AC-DC. ONLY 19 95 The MUSIC SHOP — Everything Musical — 88 Church St. Phone 5287 SHOP HERE AND WIN A NEW CAR!! . . . Emerson Television and Service, Too Dutch Front Grille 75 Spring St. Phone 4030 HENCO SILKS 89 South Main St. i Waterbury, Conn. If It's By The. Yard We Have It SE)W and SAVE NOW ON DNSPLAY HALLIBURTON LUGGAGE Available in 15 MATCHED MODELS THE HARNESS SHOP 70 Grand St., Waterbury Tel. 4-7383 Wat-y GUS' SMOKE SHOP A-Complete Line of FISHING & HUNTING EQUIPMENT Christmas Toys Cigars Candy Cigarettes 402 NORTH MAIN ST. Union City When You Think of BUICK Think of HUNT BUICK 80-82 SOUTH MAIN ST. TEL. 5600 CARS BOUGHT Si SOLD SKIPPY MAGEE MOTOR SALES 258 Watertowh Ave. Tel. Wtby. 4-8981 or Wtn. 1266 BILL RADO'S SMOKE SHOP Wholesale Prices on All SOFTBALL EQUIP1WENT Tel. 4912 -Ji .- BILL PARKER NEWS STORE Gibson Greeting Card* Individual and boxed assortments. CHURCH STKEET Valley Automotive Electric • Carburetors Generators South Wind Heaters Sales & Service 117 SOUTH MAIN ST. Tel. 5619 '. j V. E. GUSTAFSON Christmas Lights Toys, Cards, Dolls COUPON GIVEN WITH EVERY DOLLAR PURCHASE Famous GRAB BAG 169 RUBBER AVE. Phone 4996 ifena CHINA — GLASS Greeting 1 Cards Lamps — Yarns Housewares Everything for Christmas 40 CENTER ST. DIAL 3-0191 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 Open An Account

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