Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 12, 1949 · Page 8
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 8

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Monday, December 12, 1949
Page 8
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PAGE 8— VAL'G \TICK NKWS (CONN.). MONDAY, DKC. 12, 1!M!) Atom Bomb (Continued From Pn^e radio-activity and enting b<.v;:iiTi'.' a major problem. Asked what he thought of the present atomic arm,-- rare rejmrc- t-dly Invnlviiijt the United State. and Russia. Fnher (Viurps sadl> shook hi? hrnrl. He said the nn'y thing that will prevent an alomio war i« for (he leaders of all court. tries to bend every effort towaii understanding the others. He said nc is confident the people of no F'THERjOHNI Medicine Gives QOKKmifF by its soothing s/fec? on the throat Wo Dangerous Drugs country wont wnr, especially at, I'omle War. Ho raid tho only wny one can have IL (nil- conception of wha! n atomic bomb bliiHl la like, IM I:- 'ive through one. Back To .In | Hin When he returns to Japan nrxt summer. Father Ijiuren hopes TO itnrt. work on a new parish. JI1< "bnrrh sit present In located in :in >Jd slornpe shed of the Mitsubishi aircraft plant. "It will be n diffl- '•ult task. Thi' people have nnlh- 'nir. but they want n church." He siild Catholics in Hlroshlrrin ••r.diirccl the.blast and Its after ••ffect.s much heller than did the people of oilier religions. Chris '. innity is the way to peace and freedom, not only in Japan, hut •n every country of the world, he •ddi'd. He said that fjenprnl DOIJI,'- Ui.s MncArthur lias helped the )>eo pie of Japan tremendously, and loinled out that the general ap- iiroflslcs work living clone, there 'iy I lie churcli. Father Lauros, spared In the li:i- ria! atomic bombing, f;ays he con- •itnntly prays that, the world wl'! never ngnln have to .suffer the ef- :i.et3 of tmother atomic blast. MT.TAL A »l IN DA NT Denver-All lioutrh titanlutn 1« re. irarder) ,'i.s a rnrn metal, it. j« more Abundant in I he earth';; crust. tWn kiad. cof»jter or xlnc. A PERFECT CHRISTMAS GIFT!! RADIO RADIOS RADIO-PHONOGRAPHS PORTABLES TOURNAMENT Beautiful clear, true Itonc. Flexo-Grip han- |clle. Consc4tone*. In Walnut plastic. 27?! .SF^ik^ ^r _ PACEMAKER Rich, powerful tone- Sharp positive tuning. Consoltone*. Long Distance. Wavemagnet*. la Ebony plastic New- FM-AM Table Model With "Cut-away" Dliil CInur.-lilKh-fldiiMy tone, ij In wave.umjrnet. ( i-.blnel, in sulrl walnut. ICASV TJOHMS WIN A NEW $1800 FORD OAR. COUPONS FREE WITH EACH DOLLAR CASH PURCHASE, CHARGE OR PAYMENTS ON ACCOUNT!! $1995 §23995 OItI>KK NOW FOR CHRISTMAS OKMVICUY Beacon Falls (Cnnl Inlicd from 1'n.K'i One) c:m I.i'Kion. inentri tomorrow nltfht •it H o'cloclv in the; piicst. home, Adjutant JoHepli Nrttowieh nnnoiinced today. Koutino bu.siness wlil bo (Conducted, he said. Meets Tonight The adjourned meeting of th«] Conimnniiy Clulj will he held tu- nij;ht at H o'clock, President Wilfred Hwan announce.4. Xmas Party The annual ChriHtma.M pa.rty of the Auxiliary of Srhat-fer-FlHlirr Post W, Amei-lcun Legion, will be held Saturday niylit. D(^n. 17 in the I.c^lon Hall, wllh inemhei-H of the I'otil. and their lndln< us gue.MtN. A baked ham supiicr' v.'lll be served at 7:?,n. There win he a Tree, and IhoKi, nil ending are a'«ked to hrlnj; a.. SO-cent girl for ex- Mra. Mru-y Trxaskl l.s chairman of arranirement.^. Memheni of her ( ommKtee are: Mr.". 1 . Jc.a,n t/r'rfsht, Mrs. Mnrgiirtt Donahue. Miss Ca- Hierlno rHilron and Mrs. Ruth The local Auxiliary will ho host to a meeting of the Second I)l»- tricl. Auxiliary, the frecond Wednesday in January, In the Community Club Hull. (irniiKi. limtnlls New officers (if Rock i"irani;e will he innlalled remonle.s with offlciM-s rau>; Clause. Hoiilhbury, In Civ Snullihiiry Community Hall. to. morrow nlj;ht at K o'clock. ThoH/. at lending arc asked to meet a.t United Church a 7 o'clock. Tram- portation will he. provided for I nose who need It. A pot luck ullpper will he Mcrvci) lollov/iri); the ;!n:ilallallon, those who have been u»kcd to br'n,; Mindwiches, are Instead asked !•* urlng a covered di.-ih. liock Rimnion offlcerM are: ftay .Sullivan, master; James O'Garii, ovei-seer; Jackie HlmpHon, gu'e- ((••eper; Wilbur Wheeler, Hli-wiird; 'Jcorgc /.afferty, Jr., ji H »lHlunt xlewurd Edee Lou Hhetler, chaplain; Clara Hawkins, lecturer; Vinci-Ann Sdbla. assistant lecturer; Catherine Coiron, Pomonn ; Kathleen O'Rourkn, Flora; Nancv Archnmbraull, Ceres; Ruth C:..toll, .secrtuiry; Mrs, Ralph Tucker, treasurer; I.lvlu Sabla. lady H.M3ls".- urit Htewarcl; and Mrs. Tucker, pl- aniat. ChrlHlniiiH 1'urty The Woman's Bcnoflt AKMOC|-.I- Uon will hold its annual Clirlatmaa party tonight at. the home of M;'3. Stanley Wisntewski, Cooke Lane. Miynhers are asked to bring a TiO- cenl gift for the grab-bag. Rimmoa In .|.«lni of I'OMJ- Top Sheep Shearer IN ACTION at the International Livestock Exposition's 4-H sheep- shearing contest in ChictiRo is Clint Reese, IB, of Reese, N. C., a town founded by his grandfather. Clln( won the event by .•ihcorin« the animal In four minutes arid two ficc- onds. (International Souridpliotn) NICVV P H I L C O II 1C I-' K I (i K HA T O It 7f . S199.50 7 CJii. Ft. — 5 Yiinr Wnrrnnty $20 Down ... $2 Weekly WA3TOS t APPUAN<~I <- IIS NO. MAIN ST. UNION CITV Phone B4D1 15 CIIIUKnil ST. TKI,. 4000 Oprni Frliliiy Till H 1'. M. CANS INC. MAPLE ST. TEL. 3507 STORE OPEN THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY NIGHTS UNTIL 8:45 MYSTERY MAN HERE TONIGHT Don't Miss Him FRKK BUSKS—HKACO.V FAI.I.S TO NAUGATUOK FKIIIAY NIOIIT j FRESHLY CUT BALSAM XMAS TREES Of Hig-h Quality Go On Sale TOMORROW | At The Y. M. C. A. GET YOURS EARLY A Volunteer Community Service Project of the Y's Men's Club MOM'S VISIT CHEERS THE A POLIO PATIENT comlljcd to an Iron lung tor the past year. Mrs. PhylU Potmcsil brings unbounded joy to her husband, Robert, and their two sons, Mickey (left) and^obby, as ahe returns to her home in Oakland Calif., for • brief visit wltjh the family. (International Soundphoto) 1'OHTrONKII All.hough a few bundles of\want.e pnper .worn collected yestcrdaj I hfl members ot .planned by the URatuck American Leplon ftpst, IT. was postponed until afjer holidays, because of the Inclehv wiiulhur conditions yesterday. \ CAK KI'XJOVEHKI) An nutomoblln stolen from a Nau- ffntuck man ha« been recovered near tho Ansonla reservoir In Seymour. Joseph Marcelonls, 47 Ward street, hnd roported to Ansonia police that H!M c'ar wa.M taken from an Ansonla pnrklng lot. Union City Little League Accepts Site For Stadium The Union City Little IUIH nccoptod n three ncro lot <>••> Curt.lHB Btroct from St. Pa.ul'n Lutheran Church tar vise fts a Little Leatfuo Htadlum, It was announced today by ThomaB Rntk'n- wlnh, lunguo prcBidont. Tho Bite, between Curtlss st.rc'.t and the Nnugatuck river, In to r>» louxnd by the lenprun for $1 a No>nr. f[^agnl work on the lntnnf«r of l.hc !nnd will be In chnrgo of Ally. M. Leonard Calno who hag flo- imtod hln Horvlcen to the leuRitn. N<;frotltttlonn for this elta havn beun carried on for several woeka between the Bite committee and l.ho Rev. O. H. Bertram, panto.- c.f the St. Puul'B Churr.h. The committee hud alBO noijoLlatod tor a tract of land at Linden Park owned by St. George's Lithuanian Society, but decided In favor of i.ho church property. The Union City Community Club and tho Natigatuck Exchange Clulj an; cooperating to aporiHor tho new li'DKiio. Tho Exchangn'CJub upon- Horocl tho Petor J. Poloy Llttlo League which operated horo tnl.i pafit season. WEI,FAKE BOARD • Tho monthly meeting of the board of pvibllc welfare will hn hold tonight at 8 oV.lock In tho town hall. Superintendent J. Rudolph Anderson will present a report from Insurance Imnectorn relative to reopening tho former 'Gem theater )n the town hall building. Warden Harry L. Carter says tho remainder of tho meeting will discuss routine matter*. * Falcon Xmas Party Attended By 200 Approximately 200 mcmberii c,f the Polish Falcons find tJlnn society and their children attended a Christmas party yesterday ; noon In Falcon hull, under the BponoorBhlp of the FaJconotti's. Gifts were dUlrlbutnd tr> the children by Simla Onus and tin. group sang CbrlHtnios caro)n. A hot luncheon wns served. Benton Offers Post To Kimball Nfrw Britain, Doc. 12 <t;p) A former aido of Governor Howies dlHdOMPH that he ho« Ix-cn ofrorcd a position'on tho staff of United Sliiten Krnator-doiriifnat? William Bonton. Prnn Kitnhitl! sayH. howrvfr. that ho has not mado up his mind whothiT t< accept Ihc Job. He would become either the administrative, aSHiKtont or the executive MALE APPLICATIONS Accepted for nigbt crew to work 3 nights weekly from 6 p. m. to 12 p. m. Apply Tuesday, December 13th between 2 and 6 p. m. A&P SUPER MARKET 175 CHURCH ST. NAUGATUCK They will continue to spread Christmas cheer...year after year after year! THEY ARE APPRECIATED! i That special gift for mother,'wife or sister — that gift that will \ * mean a whale of a lot of thoughtfulness for the comfort and i convenience of another — thdt gift of gifts that you want to be sure will be appreciated — yjou will find in the store of your ELECTRICAL DEALER. MANY GOOD THINGS FROM WHICH TO CHOOSE Perhaps $he needs a modern refrigerator or a new vacuum cleaner. Perhaps she is wishing for one of those amazing automatic washing machines like thousands of women really are. Maybe she will dance with glee when She finds a mixer-beater under the tree on Christmas morning. And oh brother, what if it happens to be a clothes dryer — or a deep-freeze cabinet! / Electric Blankets make wonderful gilts! AMPLE SUPPLIES • CERTAIN DELIVERY Your dealer has good stocks now — a wide range of models and types. This is the time to make your selections and arrange for delivery. Don't wait for the last minute rush. Now is the time to look around and make your best decisions. SHC ARIY - BUY ELECTRICAL THECONNECTICU IGHT & POWER Co A Butintss-Managed, Tax-Paying Company

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