Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 15, 1949 · Page 7
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Hold New Haven Man In Connection With Guard Stabbing New Haven, Dec. 15—(UP)---Police are holdlnsr a 23-yeur-old New Haven man la Connection with Ibo Btabving of a pi-toon ffuard. Ralph Espoelto is charged with MAKE THIS THE BEST CHRISTMAS EVER... with a assault with intent to kill. He la und.tr bonds of J25.000. Esposlto IB accuirad of stabbing Salvatorc Migliaro, a guard at the New Haven County Jail, lust Saturday on a Ktroet. MigUoro IB In a fair condition at a honpltul. Now Haven yx>llc« jtrre.rtod KB- po»lto ait he roporUd to probation omcIalM fos an eaulio- orfenw). Police b«liev« that E«t>o«lto held a grudge against the guard but he refuses to talk. Xim is thr t(if[ to dream of. .. a Cbickcrinjf piano, world renowned for id beauty, iu eonc, in i cs(xjmiv» touch. Let ui ibow you our wonderfui Chri»im«» telcction of Cliickeringa I America's Oldest and Btst Loved Piano 158 GRAND ST. Waterbury, Conn. BUTKD8 Vtlantic Service Station Fern and Che»tnu< 8t». NOW OPEN! ! Atlantic Top Grad0 OU SVcond-to-nono SOc-IBc Farmer Awarded Damages Of $600 For Deaths Of Cows Bridgeport, Dec. 1!5 - CU P)— A Norwalk farmer who clalmH hU cows were poisoned, has been awarded damu«OH of $COO In Common Pleas court. Eugene J. Dovine said that the Barllctt Tree Export company of Stamford UBed a pol- HonouH solution In »prayint{ trecfl. According to Devlne, the Holutlon droppod from broncheM Into ft water trough used by hlH cattlo. Ho wild two COWK dltid an a romill of polaonlng. Must Pay Tax On Cigarettes Purchased Out-Of-State (Hy Friwn) Purchasers of clg-nretle« from out-of-stato f IrmH art) known to the Connecticut tax commlwulonpr. Bc- cauHo of it new federal law, cigarette shipping companies are required to furnldh a Hut of purchim- r« to tax comml««lonerB. In Hartford, Tax CommlsHloner DennlH P. O'Connor «ald he ban received the first ll«t of pei-Honw who bought tax-free cl|;areUen In olhur stated. O'Connor remlmlM tho Connecticut r<:»i(l«mlH thai, they mimt pay a tax of thrni; cantn nn ovury package of olKurolten over Unco brought Into the state. NOT JUSTUTIKD Washington •— Senator Joseph O'Mo.honey charges the stol In- dUHlry IH not juntlflod In raUIni; priced. Th« Wyoming Democrat warns the planned price boost, may mil off a chain roactiu ) bringing on Inflation. BATTLE BLAZE IN TULSA REFINERY from norwash (W) tor someone very special Now satchel and boxy stylo« that nro so smart, no convenient to narry. Especially orpated for Christmas choosing in clogBnt uoft and fln«, «mooth leathers. »2.B»—(10.08* •Plus tax Store Open Thursday, Friday and Saturday Nights Norwash S II OK S T O TC K 208 CHUHCH ST. — JVJSAIIY BLI>O. ~ NAUUATtfCK ' W j9 .*»ii»»>»fc»»»»»»M^ii ( »,»^^ |0pen Thurs. & Fri. 8 A, M. To 9 P. M.—Sat. to 6 P. PI _.__. PATSY'S Inc. Nationally Advertised Quality Meats 1589 SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATERBURY TURKEYS NOW ON HAND — AT THE LOWEST PRICES! i SJ ea E cc O C/J A large selection of GRADE A LAND-0-LAKES or FRESH DRESSED NATIVE TURKEYS from a NEARBY FARM in the WATERBURY AREA ... We will be open every day next week! SO SHOP EARLY FOA BEST SELECTIONS BONELESS — NO WASTE Smoked HAMS Ib MEATY YEARLING LEGS •'LAMB Ib 49 35 2 M OJ a FEOM SWIFT'S BRANDED BABY STEER BEEF STEAKS TENDER JUICY SHOULDER Ib 37 03 O W SMALL BABY RIB ENDS PORK LOINS Ib 29 $100 M£ATY SHOULDER gj^ ^m LAMB CHOPS 3» $ 1 Llways On Hand ... Turkeys, Frytrs, Roasting Chickcnsl 1ft HOSPITAL Pormor Hartford City Clork John \. Gloaoon who wa« retired a week afro Is still In critical condition. Ho vvati hospitalized yesterday follow- IHK an lllno«« of four days. Oleuonn IH In bin SPECIAL PURCHASE BOYS' ALL WOOL SWEATERS ft' Bl»m>u!«NM ^ I'ullovnr • «'oat 9 Solid mid ,la,- ( ,ii,ird illTliM ft HI/.CH 4 to 12—110 to 111! $198 to $498 * l *^*** - ****«-»»**S»^^^^^^^^^ > 4 W ^ BOYS' HEAVY JACKETS llutn Major League Talks End With Trades Involving 8 Teams (Hy United I'rc-Ks) TradcH Irivolvlnj: ••l«'lil. .p'g InaffiKj IpniniM nuirltud the wind-Hip uf I In- inaji.r ICHICIIM nii-iitlnff In Now York. A •Hlx-.pluyor di'iil Ijctwwn . 11 w New York Glnnia and Bonton BrnveH rtlrrvd llir; tradln;.; rrmrkot UH Detroit, tb,. l J liilM.(lelp)ilii. A,'M Kt. J^fnilH 'Urown and CJUcaro While Sox nil Joined in. Tint fJIfinl-t iicnt. MhorlHtop Buddy KOIT, 'iiilllitlder Wlllard MIII-- shiill, tlili'd liriHiTiuin Hid Gordon and pitcher F3n.ni Webb to thu Bravi-t for Hhoi'tHtop Al I>iirl( and ,'tccond biuuunnn 'ICdd'lo Blunky. Detroit niive tin- Hi'ownn pitcher Lou Kretlow mid n rKjmrlod KlOfl.- (XiO Tor Houonil lirmomnn Gurry Trlddy. And (be While Sox Hwupped pllcbt!!- rr,d Kllnmun to the A'.s for third bnscnian Hnnk MnJoHlil. f.alor In tlu- ilny, (.he HI. I^nilH Cardlniiln irol. Into the (radlntf HWint; of thln::H l»y npndliiK otit- flcld'er Rr,n Northcy and Inlle-ldnr Lou Klein to Cincinnati. Fn rn- turn, the CanllnnlM (jot oulflnlder Han-/ "The H:it" Wnlker. T! wan •i slnilL'ht plnyor deal with tin ca.ih lnvcdv«Ml. UKHOUTICII / rii'liulnr pii.UMenf;er trnlnu have lieon re roil I... 11 through fTdw Lriii- ilon bni.'iiuni.' of a dernllmnnt. Throo on.™ of a I2fi car freight train wont off the IriicliH anil blocked (he main lini'. Ni> line wan Injured, I'IIKWH- (,'er t.rnlnil iweil a yard trnr.lt whllu' rrewn clcnred tho main line. SIIN'H ItHUaiTNLiiSH The wurfitco brlKhlnenH of tho BUn H 3,000,000 candlepower per dijudra inch. Labor Groups Hit Chamber's Stand On Jobless Benefits Watorbury, DOR. 15—(UP)--Op- poflltlon or Iho Crmncctlcut St-ilu niuimbor of Commorco to proponed hbrrnlly.at.lun of unomploymo-it coinpcnfiutlon WUH alltUiUod. today by Connecticut drgnnlzod labor. Karl le r UI!H w««)i, thu Chambor MM Id thnro IH no omorgoncy to v/a\'runt calling a Hpnelnl IcfflHlatlvo Hffslon to extend the 26-week maximum fiprlod for paying joblean bimi'fll.ii, IIH labor leitdnrn havr> Ixuin urging. The, Chamber addiKl that Htich a movo would bo what ft, called a "raid" on tho cornpnn- Hiitlon fund. Today tho Connecticut. Fodevii- tmn of Labor and tho Hlitlo <.T1(1 Council Innued a Joint Btatnmnnt, . ucciiHlng tin: Chamber of what. It ' described an "the moat BoltlKh and Irrowpon.slblo kind of thinking.' The statement says the Chamber 1.1 itttflrnpllng to, and again wo ifiiotn, "Hrnnar a pronoHal to rcllevn tho MUffnrlng" of more than 50,'iDO Connuctlout workera whoau ui jjloynnent bunefltn have been hau.stod. Yale Cagers Whip UConns, 62-44 FOB CIIItlHTMAB! OIKKH' Rayon Nightgowns Love trimmed, Jtint )lk« Mom'Ml In pliik, mnlzo~Slz<!H t to 11 $1.98 yACGATUCK NEWS (CONN.). THUnSDAV, DEC. IS 10(9—PAGE ? IIKIlt FOUND A mlsnlng heir who will Inherit a large portion of a $30,000 estate „.. „ _.„.,_ -,.„_ Inrrlln . w_« ,„ h M bo.1. looated In Greenwich. WiUlam H. 1 "«nn of W^tV) JamcK F. Loj;an wn» nou|:hl for past six week* to Bhnrc In bin broth- tiitK. Thn fo vrnm Isft by ,„ $1298 Coats Mtt<;kliiawM 0 NlirroiUj. With Khlrrnd buvltn • Brown, Kr<wri, blue, tan 1 tn IH BOYS' Gift Suggestions MufflorH 0 Qlovm Belt* 0 TI<-» W«Hh Bultn Hole Shirts 0 (ilovo and Mufflnr Flannel Shirts In A»«ii>rtnd fatterim It Colorn SIZBH e TO ie NOW $1.39 REO. (1.98 BOYS' COATS 0 Twcmlii ^ 'Iruun • JS'utunU 0 Hlu... H|».CN 8 to 18. Covi-rt« with Zip-Out IJnlnjpi COTTON and RAYON BLOUSES .rlmnind, nmbroldnrm In nil the, hilcot iinnltllnxN /i'd and pnmhruiik liroad<;loth . . . white and ))u«- U'l ubadt-H. $1.00 to $2.98 GIRLS' SKIRTS Wo«il«, <-<>l-dliroy«,, tarfntan, H'lvtitH 111 HollltH ttlld plMldN. HI/,I>H » to III. I're-txMMiM mid c.lilibbliui deluded. $1.00 u, $2.98 100% AU. WOOL Sweaters and nJIp.onw, Keif and ombroldered. hl/,e* 3 to 0. $1.98 to $2.98 Special Purchase! BOXKI) RAYON PANTIES $1.49 3 IN BOX Trlmmrd, 'A l»f- furinit ShiMlcH. KlxcN 4 to 14. GIRLS' DIPT SUGGESTION Hondo MlttVlIK & CIIOVCH RalnrxiatH HcarfM Undorwear - Hie KIlH \vhlptvnd tho UnlvitrHlly Connecticut, 02-M. Connoctlc.'it iinvi'.r won In tin; hull Karnn, rnult- nj; only otic out of every six Hhot'j from the floor, f nev Two good reasons for insisting on Ciiiiiulii Dry Ginger Ale and Cunuda Dry Club Sexla: long-lasting liveliness . .. world-famous label. For perfect mixers, fot perfect refreshers . . . enjoy the «,op quality of Canada Dry. GINGER ALE and WATER first-ferity of 8&&&6S OSE SHO 8780. MAIN, WATERBURY CIIKNIU.K ROBES : With Funcy Ilordor Trim. All N«w 1'wiUil Sizes S Jo OK. 2.98 Htafl* 7 u» J4 3.49 Pre-Xmas Ladies COAT SALE All Untrimmed Coats in the Season's Best Styles and Quality Cloths. Valued up to $30 and $35 NEW CHRISTMAS DRESSES All brand new, in the highest of style and best of quality. You can afford 2 at these aricei. $5 95 ROSE SHOP 87 SOUTH MAIN ST. WATERBURY

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