Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 20, 1949 · Page 5
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 5

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Tuesday, December 20, 1949
Page 5
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THE PATIENT IS MOST UNWILLING (Vljlk, Egg Prices Seen On Decline Throughout State (,'onnnellrut. l>cr. ill) (H I'I Hoimewlvcif who try In in/ike their .'(hopping dolh r j*trctrrh hnve M'IIIIC encournirln'B n ;wn t;hln mornlnK. II appe I-H H though the price or rnllk H i; Inj; to droii wlill f . e(TK price co llniie to Hkld. Kh'nt Ict'.M itl(e n took a'l the ni)IJ( iill.iu thi/i. A (me <:i:nt n qimrl "ut In th 7>rlce dealer* pay C.'on- ne.cllcut funnel's ban been ordered. ni>H («ITp<:tlve the Ili-Ht of 1:!iu year wl' another one rent, cut plnnncd for April Hint. Although the order nf Klnti; MIIli Adminli''trii.lor Dirinld O, II/iintrK'j'bei'K clotut not. directly affect the price consumers puy, It will undoubtedly htivc n bourinff on the ret nil miirkct. A »p<ikr.H- in for the Connecticut Milk J'ro- il ICCI-M A.wclation said It IB ex- I that doalern will PHHH the rndm'.loi) on to commie™. Biroiei'M IhroiiK.Kiut ni(i-:t of now pay 22 and one- h i.lf c«-ntH " rpnirr for fn.r>illy Hlyl« milk. Meanwhile eifi? prlctm In Connecticut coirtlnun to decline. Kpe- clul ),: r n <! e Ini-K'i eKK» n r e iii-llltiK Tor nn low MH .iTi conlii n, do-/.en nt fiL'/niii In the «lati:. Tin- Htn.le IVnjJ'. ry AH.socinJtKm hliiinei! I,he novornnicnt jirlce reduction on li mile CUR mnrknt. 'HUM for I tin ciiune the Kovnrnmont nouncttd lti« price |n Hir>(). ICii^a nr« now M 00 per cent of ypnrlly i ino«t eortujn that, tliorc -will lower price Mii|>f>ort next, yc.'ir, Iropped be- not ».n- >Kmm f<ir imported at, nd It IH ill- he It \ 11, INVKHTMKNT ! IJ, S. i-allriMidH had $12D,(NK1 lnvunt.- iid In road and equipment, per mill) nf line In IU<IH. VAHTKHT Hill!) The ilneh hawh IH rnporlnd t.o be tin; fiiHbiMt flyln); bird In the continental U. H. GOP Legislators Turn Down Request For Special Session (lly United PI-OHM) (luMiirc'tlcul. Hivpirblloim 7>i'«lnln,- lom have tinned down ruo,ueitt.H Cor it upnd'il n««Mkin of l.h'.i Gon- niul A/wismbly to expand unorn- ploynient IJOI- II C'onwmy cfno/'ffi»rKrrv I C.epuhllcn think ii ompciiHullon. une bwulor Gnoi'Ke ('if Gtillfoi'd Hiiys tin (loofi not. oxint and tlmt IllWnmUct'M (1(1 llfH jeclll) HI'HtiiOII Itt mtCOIt- i j ary. Conwity rnadi) MH party',i NAIIGATIIOK NKWH «:ON'N.>, TIIMSIIAV, nr.r. 20. nun— PACIK vltwH known In H loiter u> fiavcr- nor Bow I OH ind Domocruti- Ijrtntl- orw. Governor JSowles and labor Imul- t«r« bnvc been nixing the R«pul>- llcans to agree to a npcelal HB»- uion. It. WH.S undcrnlond thirt Governor BnwlcH would c:ill n upechil montlng If un agrocment on the IHHUI} H reached. Mei ihwli^h'/ Governor Bowlen contlr les hli< Hupport for oxlunnlon of unonvpluymonl compenHutlon. In hi weekly nullo addri-HH, he wild ( e IH rft.lll hopeful that «om<<- tlilnif c<ui bo done. 1UAMONO IHtlM.M I'.llii In illnmoml drllhi eontnln nn miiny an 2.000 illiiniondM. NKW IIMII P H I L C O K 1C K II I <; 12 U A T O H $199.50 7 Cn. VI. — n \fjtr W Down Warranty 413 NO. MAIN NT. UNION'CITY I'lmiu- Mill Iff CHIIWII ST. TKI,. fc4(K) OIM-II rrlrlnv Till H »•. M. A YOUNG GORIUA with a highly active resentment against undergoing un X-ray examination lor u tubcrculoKis; checkup, "Sinbud," a resident, ut Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo, believes the boys arc "ulrctchlnK" thini{« • bit too much. The unwilling patient is about to nip the hand oJ Dr. Chester Fisher, as Roy HofT (loft), and R. Marlin Perkins (right) try to keep the bis fellow "cool, calm end collected." {International Soundphoto) Approve Issuing 50-Millions For Housing Programs (By I.'iiUitl I'resH) Thf State IIollHinK All! hr»rity has been authorized to IHHUU $50.0(M).000 in noips for its home ownership THIS XMAS GIVE A NEW MIXMASTER W-K AI.KO OFFEK JIAM11.TON-BKAC1I CKMCRAL ET.KCTIHC 1,'NIVBKSAT- IIOK.MKYKK BUY KAJU.Y t'ST <H!n CONV15N1KNT l.AV-AWAV Tt,AN I'AY S! A WICKK LINCOLN STORE 61 WEST MAIN ST. PHONE 5-2268 ind low-rental houwln^ proj^ramu. Of the total nmounl, $lfi,000,obo will lie for liomeii for niiln, and $:t5,0(jO,- )l)0 for honi«H for rent. The authority alito reduced rentH in the hoiiKlnK project In the city uf Shell on. Two - bedroom iilriK'e homen will rent for $11 a month In- stc,-«l of .$(58; L>ii-(!c-);«(lru<ini duplex houses will rent for $37.50 a month Imitnnd of $. r i(l, nnd thrnii-bedi-oom Bln^le borneii will rent for $4B In- itead of $00 a month. An allocation to SheJton has been revised no a."; 1.0 provide more IHMIH- InK unlta ut a lower tout. The original allocution wan $5i)8,()0() for 47 units. The revlncd allocation IH $553,:>00 for ii.'J units. Four Day Old Blue Baby Undergoes Delicate Operation Hartford. Dec. 2fl (UP)- Sur- )reonn at St. FranclB hOHplta) liny that » dollcnte r>purntlon h;»H saccd the life of a I'ouv-day-oUl 1 'f N hf! Infonl IH Diivld A. K'fe.itTiu 1 of ICiiMl Hartford. "'In wan born blue. Doctors ,<inl<l Dnvld hud dllM- cully tirenthlnif b«ciiunn bin vltnl •Raim were jninfiiied nnd bin din- hra^fin waM not fully <Iev«lop<d During the one-hour operation, irtftxtTiM pi/iced the orfrutiH In ; Ihelr nonnul pOHltlonn nnd "hnlll" ! :i new dlnli'hniiian. Do.'itor. 1 ; Hiiid the baby'p chancoK of coming tjut of the oporn.llon \vern Hllrn. '/'h(->' naid 'ui'"h ciuiet-^ were rare. Uut David I.M brunlblnji comfort- Mhly now ami the boiqiltal rcportH I h<- in wtrll (in hln way to recovery. i VKTS KMFLOYKD One nut of nvnry thrno timploy<;H >f IJ. S. jilrlln<?M ans World wur J I i vcttjrnnM. FOR THE PERFECT GIFT SANTA SAYS MflCWTONC AUTOMATIC WASHER Act inn .Design Kxrlusivi- Atiitiitt'd Klnsli Diuiips ilric.s ','~>'/ r , ilricr ilinii nvrnijrr \vriiip;! 1 !' .VolKelcfi.-!, •.•!brni|<iril''N9. r.'tf", pimple, and >!ependable . . . ilonn Corporiitlon . , . Amer- ca''i ildcHt 'iVawhor '.iiiinufac- :urer. CARLSON FURNITURE Co., Inc. 175 185 CHURCH STREET NAUGATUCK, CONN. Open Thursday, Friday and Saturday Nights B.F. Good rich FIRST IN RUBBER TIRES LOWEST PRICES — ALL SIZES PAY SI Si A ONLY $1 DOWN $1 WEEK FREE PARKING AND TIRE MOUNTING IN REAR OF OUR STORE jCtncoIn © Jf ore WEST MAIN Remember Him At Christ mas LATE SHOPPERS DONT WORRY STOCKS ARE COMPLETE! At Check Our List Of Gi fts For Him BATlmOIlEH I'A.IAMAS IOVANH KMI'I'KltH WKMMIJ'JY TIKH HWAJVK JKWKI.KV— WALI.FTH—UICI.TS .KK ANII fU.OVK HKTW ItAINCOATH HI'OIIT COATS Ni/rrs .- TOPCOATH PIIKKMAN SHOKH MI.AOKH Ml IJ.ITO I,»H MEN'S HATH UONSON MOIITKHH All Purchases Gift Wrapped JACKETS Wind nnd tvi'itUinr jiirltulH for $9.95 up SWEATERS All wool Kiel :itylo In ljrl«ht t'.oloi'H. $2.95 » $7.95 BOW TIES Iteadv made arid si.OO HOSIERY In i«««O(tm«nl. nf ''Inld/i, HI ripen, Holliln. 85c SHIRTS JiomJ '4t „ »2.95 up SPORT SHIRTS Smarl -ind I'.omfortahlo with iM)nv»Tt iblf? pollmr. $3.95 „ $5.95 UNDERWEAR Hft That WuntH. 75« PAJAMAS Practical Gift That Every Mun Wants. for ooinfort. In wool or cotton. up $2.95 and $3.95 NECKWEAR ilgnu, hn M d $1.50 Ncwiml jjiuiel ddiilgnu, hand tailored. SWEATERS All wool. «2.95 V-I)HC»I, •;liinvclini« jw<«itcr«. All wool. B.V.I). Nylon SPORT SHIRTS II CHARGE ACCOUNTS INVITED ; STORE OPEN EVERY NIGHT TILL CHRISTMAS $7.95 No Ironing Font I>r.vlii(; .lust Wtuili mill Hung WIN A NEW FORD!! Free Coupons With Every $1.00 Purchase CASH — CHARGE — PAYMENT Corduroy SPORT COATS $16.95 CLOTHES FOR MEN AND BOYS -/5 5,>^s5 3 S^,i,S,5^,5 1 > i 5j>,> < >^^> i ^>,>^ l ^5i^5 1 »5 fe%»&&&&&^^

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