Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 15, 1949 · Page 8
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 8

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, December 15, 1949
Page 8
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XATG.VrrCK VEWS (CONN.), THURSDAY, BEC. iff. 194» Waterbury Three Police Lieutenants, Three Sergeants Appointed Board Also Names Eleven Regulars. To Department Barbnni .J. HfinuH In accused <>' receiving stolon woods. PoliCf sny they recovered nliniii S-" 500 worth of stolen mi'i-chand:.-o fl ,, m the woman's, npnrtmcnt SI', d The H'atcrbury Bnurrl of Poll Commissioners yo.-itcrday nrtm^J j ai;d Lym-li" Hr.r'nntier"^"^^)""! three lieutenants, three Hcrpcnnt:- i each, and 11 regular policemen. The new lieutenants are Charlc:! McWeeney. John J. McDonnell tin.] Anj,-ust Rfmildi, in the arj::r named. | Tho H"rce.fintK. In the o"*t<-' ] named are Joseph F, Oarvey. .IO'M J. UlnKlosi Donahue anil jnhn )•' UP IN SMOKIO Thousands of comic hnoks which | emphasix.c crime and sex, will j;o up All six prornnt tons in thr- Fin- L*epart,-nent which were mad,Tuesday will also become effeeti\,; tin that da to. The n-KUlar patrolmen. In Die order of their appointment, aic James McDonnell, Jr.. Henry Cm tin. Edwin Gran'. lumen SURIVIO. Joseph Shea.. John Slnuon. Jo-vi CiarU-Kllo. Nicholas A. Au-^.-'li. John J. Oillis. Peter F. Zrnibr;»u- ski and Nicholas D'Agostlno. . THEFTS SOI A'ED Police believe they hnvfl solved the disappearance of- merchandise- from the Grieve, Bl.sact and 7iol- land department Mtore. They nre holding George H. Lynch—n night watchman at tin; •rtore—on a charge of theft. And f,,,- si,'200 with the flfimes ti»nij/ht on the nf Mount f^iirmel (Jbuv':h. 'i'he linokH \vr-re collr-itted by Hoy ScniitH of (he purlHh. :it t hi- 'dl-.-r lion of thr- -iMnlML-int p.-Liitlir l!n- Ivr-v. Anlhfmy l^.irfi nrlrjln. In oi'derinj,' the books publlrlv burner!, the priest wild he lio|:fd to divert the minds of the child: e,i lo more henlthy rtuullnn. Hill Arrc-iitcd A bid of $824,281.70 by the F. H. McO'rnth Co., of Hartford, foi- I he r-on.striK-tion of a «iew^^ r o rl!.--;j>/>.s,'i! plant in Wntcrlniry, wns :\pi>t'o'\'ed by the Board of Public Works ln«t nisThi. a.nd Mnvor Ilnymond F. Snyder wri>: authorised by the hoard to sicn the contract. The Pcm/.zlni Construction Co. wns the rriparent low hidrli-r on the contract for con.HtructinK water mains to the HCWIIKC plant. The firm submitted :i certiilcj '-heck 1. Checlir. must cqunl at lens* 10 per cent, of the bid. Controller Fi ed A. Jackie reported that .?M1!U<H in bond funds is available for the yewa^e disposal plant contract. Klcven other firms in addition to the MoOr.-ith Co., submitted bids. ranKinif from $851,000 to $1.182,120. I'lckcl l.lnrs Pk:ke(. lines at the Manufacturers Foundry Co., Watnrbury, art* k'et.tink' stroiiKe)' iniitend of weaker, nceordliur to Alderman-clod Arninnd Kloi'elli, chairmnn of the CIO Progressive Metalworkers Council. /'ic-ketiriK' of the; jil.'int Is now in its 20th week "wilh no sitct'.H of a sot t lenient, in siKhl. Approximately I -Ifi i-iniPloyr.i ,'ire involved in the j dispute, which Hlurted when the I firm i-'iil. wajrc' 4 12 cents an hour July 25. The plcketers been joined l»v burl-tiff emnlnvp.M who Wave exhausted thHr joMi'Mii bene- C'enmjM Post 'lhr' 1(S 'urn men li'ive ln-"n men Honed iii candl<hiteM for the 1'iji Hir.n ''<>ns;UK enupinrat ion post for Fifth Cont;resHlonal Ulrtrlet. They are: Ally. Wnlter I!. (Mllln. of Watetbilr'y; Willhim P. Doyle of Winnted mid Trial .hritlr,. WII- ]i:im J. Ator;in, of Thornnr'on^ Ally. f',i itlln is ''een :is tiifl Ie-id! ine r-.-in^Hd'it r- for fhe rtost f Fe h.'is , been notified by the New Kni,'laml ! oil're of th.e Federal Censii" I Bureau fiat his nrime, submitted •by Stale Democratie minimum I Jnhn AT. H'l.lloy, was )>ejn:; /riven snriou ^ efjnside.rnt.lon. Mr. Doyle said that, he hns he;ir.|» iinthln^ fro mthc Census Hurraii and Mr. Moran declined to say \vliether or not he has heard from tho department. Watertown Plans A Little League Talk In January Growing Intercut In the for H. local I,l';tlo t^rntruo ha.» prompted the Watertown Fire Dc- i»aj'lmi!nt t.o schedule ;i mneiln^ in January for all or^aniyint ions, buM- riei'g firms a.nd lndlvldualn who would like to sponsor a boy's baseball team The 7}ev>artment will have Bernard O'Rourke, chairman of tlic Connecticut Little Leagues, jum a »peakcr at I his meeting. Several niee/tln^H havcv already boon held to explain the operations of the Tjittle League. Tho Department is ho\ving that the varloiiH ni'Kunl/.ibt.lnnK In town will lend active and united support. In Oils baseball program for boys bet.wui'ii the (tifoM of H imd \'l.. There imuvl, be a whole-hoa,t— ted community Inlerefil It tho project In lo be a SUCCONI. In addition to finding sponsors for the teiun.M. the Department w.'inlM a nl!i! for a Until field somewhere in town. At a recent meeting In the flro bouse, llsilph KtolK, Fred Woo- i'ler and Russell Weaving of N'tuiKixtuclt spoke about the formation of a Ijlltlc IjeaKue In that e.lly a.nd iihowrsd movies of the r.eagiieni In action., Mew N.A.M. Head BRITISH flONTHOr, Oir, About M per cent. ot the oil production from Middle Eaf»t fleldn is •jnder British operation. • Nationally Known Educator Dies In Newtown At 73 (By t/nlKxI rrcn») A nationally known loader In the education field Is dead at Newtown. Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Bonril was 78 yours old. She was the only | woman on the Federal Education ' Commission which made a study of education ,in. Philippine InlondH in 1925. Mrs. Beard won the author of oeveral hooka anj once fiei'vcd CM vlce-i>rccildenl of the National Education Association. Claud* Adam* Putnam A MACHINERY manufacturer Claude Adorns Putnam (above) of Kecno, N. H., was chosen oreal- dent of tho National Association o) Manufncturers at group's convention In Now York. (/ntcrniUtonaM APPROVK PLAN Newlnuton, Dec. 15 — (U P) — A school building program which will fost more than $1.000,000 ban bnnn approved by Ntiwlmrton volerH. I'limn call for the oroiition of a Hen- lor high HC.hool and an elementary nchool unit. DeMolay Rifle Team Given First Lesson Leon Campbell, Beacon Fa'la, coach of the rifle team of the Arthur P. Lewis Chapter, Order of DoMolay, last night Instructed the team in the handling and care of rlflen and pointed out the dunger of the small but powerful .22 caliber bulletn. In addition, Coach Campbell explained rules which apply on the. rifle range. Fourteen members of the new team were, present for the meeting. The first practice of the team will be held next \Vcdnendiy evening from 5 to 7 o'clock. V CI.UBS The Alpha Trl-Hi-Y Club, the Alpha HI—Y Club and the Frcwh- more HI-Y Out) meet this nvenliiK lit tho YIVTCA. The Tri-HI-Y group and the FYcWIrmore Club meet at 7 o'clock and the HI-Y Club at 7:.'!u o'clock. Ifl KILLD Sioux City. Iowa—Fire Chief CharlvH KuhJy of Sioux City sayf tho property damage in the PT- plOKlon of the Swift meat plan!, yesterday may run as high as one-million dollar». Sixteen ner- con» were killed and more than 150 injured In ihe blast cnuned ny escaping natural gas. Two mining pernons lire being sought. MAKES EVERY BAKING SUCCESSFUL CUPLETS CUP CAKE MIX At every baking you get the came delicious cup cakes because every package contains the same fine, precision-blended ingredients. Quality no other cup cake mix hns been able to equal. Just add an egg and milk, and bake. ^tCHpcecec^ HMM>MH^^M«HmnMMflMBMHMHM^MMMB4^MMlKIBBH^UWMdJkMAlliM CHRISTMAS ISN'T- CHRISTMAS without a GIFT from... SMOKER (IGARETTE lr CAK.TOM MEN'S RAZOR And Toilet Articles Gift Sets Large selection of all the lead- Ing nationally advertised sets. Priced from JUNIOR MISS GIFT SET Contains: COLOGNE BATH POWDER BATH BUBBLES Packaged in an ornamental metal case with hnndlos thnt cnn be used as a lunch box, etc. $1.98 FOR THE LADIES! Manicuring And Cosmetics Gift Sets We have all the loiullntf makes, priced as low as— 156 CHURCH \5iJfH • Cu^ 21 SOUTH STREET ^-^SlsSs*^ MAIN ST. STORE OPEN NIGHTS UNTIL CHRISTMAS i I J 'SCOPE The Cigarette Holder That $4 AA Tclencopeg .... I>UU Folds and fltn Into Kold-fln- ished cnrryinK cose smnllcr than » lipstick! PERFUMES We have all the popular find most wanted odors and fra- Kninccs. As Low 65c Toilet Waters & Colognes All the lending names and odor.s in all popular al/.ea, 65c Priced from ELECTRIC RAZORS . . 15.00 BATH BRUSHES All Types 98c up For the Babies on Your List! FEEDING SETS ONLY . . . $2-75 Plastic Scuffy SLIPPERS All Sizes All Colors 39 pair THERMOS UUNCMKIT CIGARETTf sue up $6.00 Value! SMOKER'S GIFT SPECIAL $3.50 GENUINE IMPORTED BRIAR PIPE $1.25 PIPE HACK (Holds 6 Pip**) CHOICE OF LB. HUMIDOR OF TOBACCO (Any Brand) ALL FOR '2.98 GIVE THE BEST! DETECTO BATH SCALES Now Only . . . . 5.95 $3.50 Value! 3-Piece FOUNTAIN PEN BALLPOINT PEN & PENCIL SETS With Attractive Jewelers' Case ALL FOR LADIES', MEN'S, CHILDREN'S BRUSH and «A COMB SETS ISMS up CAMERA - 98 wrm GUARANTEED WRIST WATCHES $6.95 SHEAFFER "FINE-LINE" BALLPOINT PENS . . . $1.50 SHEAFFER "FINE-LINE" FOUNTAIN PENS $1.50 HALF & HALF 89c EDGEWORTH ....$1.25 BOND ST ~.$r32 PRINCE ALBERT .85c All Other Brands A NEW CARROLL SERVICE FOR YOU! CHRSSTMAS GRAB-BAG Gift Items — 39c & 59c Now yovi cnn Kc[ your Chrlstmnn Ornb-nnK Glfl Il<>m,i nt C-jrroll's! All HIMIIN in both price Krmips nn: from our n:){iil:ir stock and arc sola rc-Kularly at hlxlicr prices than 3!)c and sflc! Each item is i{lft-wrappcd in Chrlsltntis pnpi-r! LIGHTER »K>TSfARK Gifts ^ Kiddies AT FREEDMAN'S — NAUGATUCK'S BIG CHRISTMAS STORE OPEN TONIGHT, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS Get Your Lucky Coupons! VISIT OUR DOLL LAND!! HORSEMAN and SAYCO SKIN-TEX IX)LLS Featuring The Famous Cry Baby Doll to SOFT DOLLS and ANIMALS to 3 Gifts For The Girls LITTLE LADY COSMETICS — Bubble Bath, Powder Mi(;tn, Toilet, WiUur, el.c. fl»-| fin Novelty S(^t,s <D J_UU to HOLIDAY UNDERWEAR KQ/. Wli|)H, Sl'lH, (ioWHK, I'lllll.inS. . . Ot/*' t tO HOLIDAY DRESSES Cind.'roMu and Mary Juno .... <£1 QC "* JL*' 0 to HOLIDAY ROBES Quiltod find Chenille HOLIDAY UMBRELLAS S298 „ $898 Gifts For The Boys HOWDY DOODY and OENE AtmiY GLOVES <L'-| AH ft J[UU "KAYNEE" WESTERN SHIRTS JERSEYS and SWEATERS . . "YOUNO LAD 30 WEST" COSMETIC PACKAGES WESTERN SUIT WITH OUN HOLIDAY and ff-gnn $100 HANDKERCHIEFS WESTERN PELT HATS WESTERN SUSPENDERS 15 C io 191-199 Church St. Nau^atuck, Conn. MYSTERY MAN HERE TONIGHT! DON'T MISS HIM!! WIN THE $5.00 CASH AWARD!! FREE BUSES FROM BEACON FALLS TO NAUOATUCK EVERY NIOHT STOKES ARE OPEN UNTIL CHRISTMAS ' •^<tt&^<^

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