Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 9, 1949 · Page 5
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Fish, Game Club Election Delayed Election of officers of the Nnu- gntuck Fish & Gamo Club. Inc., scheduled for Wednesday evening, will be postponed until the January meeting of the club, Dr. Joseph J. SItar. president, said today, due to •he small attendance at the mpnt- Ing. Dr. Sitar also said that only u nmaJl number of the phtasant leg hnnd-f were returned at the meeting and urged that hunters return leg bands to the club and permits for hunting on state-regulated areas to the state so that a record of the number of birds bagged in this a^oa during the season may be obtalnec.. Following the meeting, motion pictures were shown. CONCRETE DAM Grand Coulee on the Columbia river is the world's largest concrete dam. Returns From Poland, Visits Relatives Here Jost|ih Sobas, brother-in-law of C. J. Waskowicz, Walnut utrect, visited here yesterday and the day before, after arriving in this country from Poland where he had made hia home since 1934. A citizen of the United States, Mr. Sobaa was in F.urope at the out-break of World War II in 1939 and from that time until now was unable to return to this cojn- try. As he repartee! from Poland, Mr. Soba.a was compelled to leave all his money. Mr. Sobas left late yesterday for New Castle, Del., where he will make his home. Mrs. Sobas is still in Poland, and Mrs. Sobas has hope,; of Bringing her lo this country soon. NAVAL AND AIR ESCORT FOR NEW NORWEGIAN SHIP * > > | 720 HOME FIBES 1 About 720 fires break out in homes in the U. S. each day. Pays to Shop at CHESTER'S SAVE UP TO 30% ON CHRISTMAS GIFTS The Season's Outstanding Seller!SATIN TACKLE TWILL JACKET Featuring • Mouton Collar • Quilted Lining • Water Repellent • Knitted Wristlets In GRAY or TAN Reg. $13.95 You SAVE $3.00 BOYS Gabardine Flying-Type JACKETS $12.05 Valun only $8.95 ?s ARMY & NAVY SURPLUS STORE 24 SOUTH MAIN STREET Naugatuck OPEN TONIGHT Phone 6919 STEAMING INTO NiW YORK harbor to climax her maiden voyage from Oslo, Norway, the $6,000 000 S 5 Ojlof- 3 t« 7 ln S P Vei J * r °Y Sm ! welcome b y tootin e tu e s ^d » low-flying U. S. Navy blimp. The new 16.500-ton streamlined vessel made the rough Atlantic crossing in eight days despite Kal«S (I On Well List Again SMILING, Mayor William O'Dwyei parries questions of a reporter in New York as he prepares to enter chapel In Bcllevue Hospital to attend mass. Making his first public appearance since his recent illness, O'Dwyer refused to talk nbout hlc reported romance with fashion stylist Sloan Simpson. (International) Struck New Britain Plant Closing Tool And Die Department (By United Prnim) The Tool and Die department at (ho strike-bound North and Judd MfK. Co. ut New Britain Is closing down. A company spokesman says the firm Intends to Hub-contract all work in the Tool and Die division. His action -wan branded by an official of the International Association of Machinists as, and wo use his words, "just another effort on the part of tho company to break unions." Mnmiwhllo, some 90 skilled workers have unanimously voted to continue tho seven-week-old strike. They want a 10 per cent pay Increase. But. management wants wanes to remain the same. Several unsuceoH.sful attempts Hnve boon made to settle the deadlock. New * Reconditioned Motors Fonn * MERCURY Hm!ir»t: Pltin AvallnMo The NAUGATUCK FUEL CO. FOmi DEALER Phone 5281 CANS, Inc. Is Naugatuck's GIFT and TOY Center FOR CHRISTMAS TREE ORNAMENTS ALL SIZES IN TRICYCLES LIONEL AND GILBERT TRAINS Roller Skates, Shoe Skates, Skiis, Ski Poles, Sleds, Boxing Gloves, Basketballs, Etc. Htorlc nt DOLL CARRIAGES $5.95 to $24.95 LARGE ASSORTMENT DOLLS All Types .CHILDREN'S TABLE and CHAIR SETS, Collapsible, Upholstered in Green and Red Leather Keystone * Fire Engines Fire Department § and $4.95 I Automobiles Zenith Radios * Waffle Irons, Toasters, and 5 Irons, Percolators, Etc. Portables 8 Universal Coffee Maker CANS, Inc. MAPLE STREET NAUGATUCK Free Buses Tonight From Beacon Falls To Naugatuck STORE OPEN TONIGHT UNTIL 8:45 EAGLES MEET Officers of the Eagles will meet tonight for the distribution of tickets for the Christmas party. STABCH FROM CORN Corn contains about 70 per cent starch, and la used widely in the starch Industry. Realty Transactions The following documents have been filed in the office of Town Clerk Raymond J. St. John: Warranty Deed* , Alien Sladc to Duncan E. Sladc, property on New Haven road. Fridolin J. Sutor, Jr., to Lauron- tlno J., and Alice M. Terra, property on Johnson street. Bernardino DlNunzlo to George L., and Yolan Porlsh, property on Melbourne Btrcot, Bernardino DlNunzlo to Stephen <ind Mary E. Waauln, property on Melbourne »treet. Stephen and Mary E, Wasula to George L., and Yolan Forl»h, property on Melbourne street, Mortgage f>Md» Alice 8., and Duncan E. Slade to Naugatuck Savings Bank, property on Now Haven road. George E. McNamara to Naugatuck Savings Bank, property on Mlllville avenue. , Laurentlno J., and Alice M. Terra to Naugatuck Savings Bank, property on Johnson street. Mortgage Releases Naugatuck Savings Bank to Fridolin J. Sutor, Jr. Naugatuck Savings Bank to George E. McNamara. Gas Ranges Ordered For "Naugawam" An order for 40 gas ranges for the Naugawam Housing project has been placed with the Carlson Furniture Co. by the Naugautck Housing Authority, Chairman T. Rex Behrman announced today. Coat estimates were requqestcd from local ouppller* and the Carl-1 son figure was lowest, Mr. Bohr-j man reported. NAUGATCCK NEWS (CONN.), FRIDAY. DEC. 9, 1049—PAGE S MIRACULOUSLY RECOVERING from burns covering 70 percent of hU body Miko Rector, 4, takes hia first steps with the aid of • »w«lk«*"ta Casualty Hospital, Washington, D. C., encouraged along by Nune Mary Gueydan. One year ago the youngster was brought to the hospital in a iritical condition when his cowboy suit caught ftrc. (International) «*C««*«tCtti^^ GARSTON'S For GIFTS titan!" Early Arrival ol Gabardine SUITS J SINGLE — DOUBLE BREASTED I $49.50 SHORTS * I.ONOH! 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