Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 15, 1949 · Page 13
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 13

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, December 15, 1949
Page 13
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THE STORY OF THE SAVIOR World Into Which Christ Was Born f*Bce wot over all the world, but it was the "Pox Romgno," the peace of the mailed fist of Rome, which had then conquered everywhere. The Holy Land, a imoll country between great ancient empires, was a land of glory and tragedy, even as it is today. BY WILLIAM E. GILROY, D. D. Horod was King of Judoa by tho will of Rom*. He had givtn the people a magnificent temple, but he was a ruthless tyrant, and unspeakably cruel. New Year's Eve Bali Planned By Marine League Chairman JLoo IMnjfan will report on plann for thn fourth annual New Year's l£vc ball of the Naniuituek Valley DeUiehment. Mnrlno Corpw Loirjf'io, at a nieol- Inp; of the tltitiiclimont thl« ovon- Injf nt 8 o'clock In Odd Follows Hull, it wmi announced toflny by Cnmmiindant Rahort F, Miller. Thn hall will ton held In Odd Fel- IOWH Hull, with dancing from 10 to 3. MiiHlc will be provided by G-roK .PIxjIitn'H orchoiitru.. Only n limited numibcr of I'CMarviilionH are available, Mr. Miller said, and may now bo obtained from members. NAUOATPCK NKWS (CONN.), THURSDAY, T)KC. 15. IMO—PACK '13 InstaD New Gates For Parking Lot Work started today on construction of two Katc.s for the Church »lrcftt purltlnif lot of UK- U. H. ftiibbor Co. footwear plant It wn.s announced by compdny officials tod ay Thn Kitten, onp nt th« mirth nml of tho lot und tho other nt tho south end, will (permit one-way I'lttCIVS JII-WAY GRIL.1.K SOI Sourh Mulii rtt. Regular Daily Dinner SOn up WATERING rcm \vKtn)i.s<;<) SIIOWKHS, STAG PABTIKS, f.U Banquet Room, Cocktail Lounge Full Liquor t.r.-iffin in nnrl out of th«< Int. The present Hindi- ;,'M!O in Inn ci-ntrr of (ho lot will h» r"!nove.-],. It IK e.i'.i Trial.<-d that work wiil Iw r:um|>l<!lr!<i in two Wffk*. Kvf- nliiMH the lot In lined by borouKh residents In coopemtlon with tho rubber company and (.hi- bot-ouRh. » Christmas Gifts for the Home | Water Heaters U Kitchen Sinks S How About Your « POWDER ROOM? | Geo. Wigglesworth & Son, Inc. Maple St. Tel. 5263 24 Hour Service What a Gift... YOUR PICTURES 60 SECONDS AFTER YOU SNAP THEM SM? tb« •butter. I'ull a paper t»b. Sixty K-coiuij later, open the camera and lift out a beautiful, big, luting print ... all finished, (or all to enjoy right on the ipotl No tanks. No liquid*. Aidant can •nap rnrtii . . . tveryoni can enjoy tbein ... on ChruUnai morning and tot yean and yean to come I Today . .. while we can Mill re- aervc one for you for Chriitmai . . . come in ami sec the amazing POLAROID pictwre-in-a-minute camera CMIY '89" (on «a>y ttrmt. If ro« lik«) W1LHELM, INC. 129 W. Main St. Tel. 4-0331 Wutrrhury "On The Crccn" . Old Furniture Made Into New Furniture MATTHKSSKS KF.MADK STANLEY'S rrilOI.STKKY SKKVICK 31 Maple St., \Vatorhury I'horif 4-0279 HOTPOINT Washing Machine ELECTRIC Company Straits Turnpike Phone 3-4570 Your DODGE and PLYMOUTH Dealer DfxlKi: or iiiiikf.s tin i<lnal Xnuis Hotchkiss Street Garage John J. Mazilauskas, Prop. Phone 5727 Largest Selection TOYS at the Lowest Price I BEACON KIDDIE CENTER 73 GRAND ST. VVATKKBlIKTi' IPEAL MARKET Clioliw MKATS * OltOCIOKlKS TiirltfyH for ('hrlKttnuH 2 South Main St. Tel. 4030 AURORA Grocery Store Meats, GrocorleH, Frultn I 18 MAY ST. VIIONK 41)14 MELBOURNE FLOWER SHOP I'l.irlsls Sinn- 1IMMI Mi'inlirr of F. T. l>. UK) KiihlHT AVP. Till. 522B MAPLE LEAF Restaurant GIK.VIU.I HP.-t)S., I*rnpK. AN iniCAI, SI'OT FOR VOUR CIIKISTM.AK PARTY 172 MAPLE ST. Phone 4857 FOR CHOICE MEATS Stop at Henry's Market 10 Church St. Tel. 3496 Log's Restaurant A Good I'liir.« To Hold Your C.'hrlHliiiiiH 1'iirty Mi I'.ItII»UI') HT. I'luinn 4K97 Ray's Hardware Aiilhorlxi-d H'Mli'r 1'KATT * J.AMB'KKT PAINT XI Kithhi-r Ave. I'lloni: 72«0 CHESTER'S Army & Navy Store Glftw for Men and Boys 24 SouLh Main St. SWSATCRS $1.95 up OKld SKIRTS $3.05 up THE SMART, WARM WAY TO SAY "MERRY CHRISTMAS" Charcre It At RAPHAEL'S, INC. 108,110 CHURCH ST. ELECllCfCAL APPLIANCES For Xmaa See CLAPP, ROSE & VAUOHN, INC. 11 Lewis St., Waterbury Phone 4-2129 a HAUGATUCK For CAMERAS, PROJECTORS or PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES Speeds CAMKRA HIIOP 21 Grand St., Waterbury Bargains Roos — Lane CEDAR CHESTS RICCARDO FURNITURE CO. 467 WEST MAIN ST. Waterbury Phone 4-6292 LEYNARD'S Children's Dresses $1.98 $5.98 SIZES 1—14 170 CHURCH ST. PHONE 5990 WAYSIDE Farm Market Naugatuck-Watcrbury Rd. A Oni> Slop Market FIUHTS mill VICOKTAIJI.ICS MKATS und (JKOCKKMCS Phone 4-9632 Waterbury I Roosters Broilers Chickens Capons TURKEYS Rabbits High-Way Drive In Naugatuok- Waterbury Highway Tel. 4872 Now is the Time to Make Your Selections for Christmas of DIAMONDS, WATCHES, and GIFTS H. TOMLINSON Neary Building Maple Street Naugatuck MORRISSEY PRINTING CO. 20 CANAL ST. Waterbury Sor.lal — Iluslmvss Witilillne InvllulloiiH — 2-1 HOUR KKI MACK KKSI1I.ICK TKI,. WTBY. 8-1M? COtONIAL DISIGM CHRISTMAS GIFTS 4:i C'KNTKR STREKT OF SOLID MAPLE ^TATKIinURV, CONN. I'Ain/s I>A<;KA<;I<; KTORK ('\\ii\ct\ Hhii><i. l.llliiorn nml IIi.iHh 'Iiikr Ailiiinincii of our Kri-i' I'lirkliiK HIHICII I'ri'i. Dcllvury I«H I'riiKiirrl Kl. I rili.n cln I'.'j-nillli .. ANN AHIIAK. Tel. ««IP:i SHOP THIS NEWS GIFT GUIDE GIFTS FOR HER St!NI5K,AM MIXMAHTKR $:!».(}« 010 STKAM IKON $17..W C.K AI;TOIWATK: TOASTIRR .. .;;zi.n« HUNIIKAM IKO.V .. .!ii\2.:m OK VVAFFI.IC MAKICR r ,M.3.'5 ANDROPHY'S RADIO & Al'I'l.IANOK IS Cluirrh SI. 4IH No. Mnln Ht. XauKiitiir.k Union City jfrcc I'arkin); for CnstontrrH CHARLIE'S PACKAGE STORE Cholci? Holiday UqiiorN IHI) Hiihhcr Avn. — Tul. «II7 I «i«<tti:i<u;ic«)«ietci«tci<t(i«tci(tciiii«(ei«i Ansonia Travel Agency Vullcy For All Airline* Anil KtcaiMxhl|) Companion , Tniim, CriitanH, IloltilN ANSONIA TRAVEL AGENCY Capitol BuiMI.IK Room 102 Tol. 4S85 Conn. <iIVK A YMC A M<-lnhnrHhl|) UN u ('hrlNlriuin Gill that will (five Inti>|)lin-Hn nil thi> yoar round. The (flft Mothnr. l»iul, Sinter, Ilrothrr <<nn onjoy. It ndilx now frli-jidM, fun, and ItnaUh- ful recreation. Inqulrn Today at Tho YMCA JOE'S Dutch Front Grille 75 8prlr>R HI. I'lumo 1021) HENCO SILKS 59 South Main St. Waterbury, Conn, If II, 'H By The Yard We Have It SEW and SAVE GUS' SMOKE SHOP A Complete Line of FISHING & HUNTING. EQUIPMENT ('•liristrmi.s ToyH Oifjnr.s ('aiiijy Oiffarettes 402 NORTH MAIN ST. Union City CARS HOlfOHT A SOU) SKIPPY MAGEE MOTOR SAL.ES 25« Wtttnrtown Avn. T.-I, Wthy. 4-SDHI or Wtn. 1260 Valley Automotive Electric Carburetors Generators South Winrl Heaters Sales & Service 117 SOUTH MAIN ST. Tel. 5019 •CHINA -GLASS Greeting- Cards Lamps — Yarns Housewares ICvorythlnR for Chrlntmaa 40 CENTER ST. DIAL 3-0191 tHE PIRFtCT /J cspc-tinlly dm'xnnl to >{ivc su[>cil> qualin j reprnduction uf the scmalional Columbia LONG PLAYJNCi Kccoids —«t «ma*. ui^ly IDW COM . . . r;r.ily otiachcd (o any radio, radio-phono^iaph or television ««. THE COLUMBIA PIAYER ATTACHMENT .1 i $ 0- 9S only 7 ... Yen, we carry the complete catalogue of LP Recortbl. The MUSIC SHOP TELEVISION PIANO INSTRUMENTS — (everything MiiKicul — H8 CIlUIiCH !4T. rilONK .2)17 Sloro OjHJii Tonlpli). Friday and Saturday GIFT SUGGESTIONS from THE HARNESS SHOP Ladies' Leather Gold Stamped JEWEL OASES — $0.50 Others $1.98 up ; plus tax WALES, HONEYMOON PURSE MEN'S ALLIGATOR BELTS & BILLFOLDS 70 Grand St., Water bury Tel. 4-7383 Wat-y When You Think of BUICK Think of HUNT BUICK 80-82 SOUTH MAIN ST. TEL. 5600 BILLRADO'S SMOKE SHOP WholnNiiJi; I'rlci'H on All 8OFTBAM. KQUH'MKNT Tel. 1912 BILL PARKER NKWS STOKI-: Allison <ir<Tflni( (Urdu Individiinl nnd !>oxcd !isHnrt rnont.s. C:III;KCII STRKET V. E. GUSTAFSON Christmas Lights Toys, Cards, Dolls COUPON r.IVEK WITH EVISIIY DOLLAR PURCHASE Famous GRAB BAG 169 RUBBER AVE. Phone 4996 MERRY CHRISTMAS For The Whole Family The NAUGATUCK FUEL Co. Thermostat to Control Your Furnace COAL, COKE or OIL RADIO or HEATER For The Car AT REDWOOD 8TUDENT DESKS $12-75 M.-:p|p and Mahogany FlnUh R«-Cular, ThU WV.-UI.V Only Enxy I'liynifnl*

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