Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 21, 1949 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, December 21, 1949
Page 7
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il&BIBWBtiWB&B^^ SHOPP Waterbury Phlladelphian Appointed Public Health Officer NAUGATUCK STORES ARE OPEN TONIGHT THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS UNTIL 8:45 IN ADDITION TO USUAL DAILY HOURS STORES CLOSE SATURDAY, CHRISTMAS EVE AT 545 There is still time to do your Christmas Shopping in tuck and win that $1800 Ford Car. Shop where you see the official car signs. There you will receive coupons with every $1.00 purchase, cash, charge or paid on account. RETAIL DIVISION OF NAUGATUCK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Free Buses from Beacon Falls to Naugatuck, Tonight, Thursday and Friday Nights •Read the Classified Ads Daily- Most Damage To Spring: St. Home; 195 Phone Alarms Tho board of public health last nl|.;ht unnnlmously appointed Dr. l>oui;lan II. I''ryor ,of Philadelphia in city health officer to iiuecnod !ho late Or. lOdward J. Godfrey. Hr. Fryer la'now employed aH a health officer In Columbia coun- y, New York, und Informed tho >oard after tho meeting that he would accept or reject tho appointment today. Only one other doctor wim con- iklcred by the board when the fln- il vole waM taken. He IH Dr. Henry Mlmon,, aMHlHlant to tho health officer of Newark, N. J, Dr. Edward H. Klrnchbaum, pro lent of the board and actinic health nfflcor, Hald that no applications! were received from Walorbury physlclnn.i, and only one from doctor Iri Connecticut, and 'the lat:or did not hold tho nouoanary qualifications Dr. Fryer Is a graduate of tho Unlvernlly of Wostern Ontario and waned In private practice In Toronto, Canada, after hid graduation Ho holdM the noce»Hary public health degree, which requirement limited the number of applicant* to two, Me In now a citizen of th( United Btaten. The doctor ban organized health departments In communlthm In Ala- luima arid North Carolina, worko< with tho Michigan Health department, and wan attached to tho dlvl nlon of DInoopioM of th« Chofit a 1 .InP.'iraon hOHpltal, Philadelphia. RfltlrlnK Robert V. Bronnon. SM Willow Htrool, city neater of' wol(fhtn nnc meaHUroH, yesterday announced tha ho IH rnt.lrlitK from tho position a the end of the year /i.nd In Kolnp Into bimlmiHn for hlnmolf. Aiiiilvnrnnrttt* Four rnernherH of the Wntcrbur; police department obnervcd tho 28l,h annlvoraary of their appolntmen Monday. They are: Patrolmen Den nln (,loe) Norton, John McWonney JoMoph Hiilllvan and Jo«cph Loval lo. Counter Offern Counter proponnlti will bo mad Pleads Not Guilty THE PERFECT HOLIDAY DESSERT FOR YOUR XMAS DINNER!! t p,-Vf Naugatuck Dairy's Famous YULE LOO EXACTLY AS ILLUSTRATED (CENTER ABOVE) SOLID ICE CREAM BEAUTIFULLY DECORATED WITH CHOCOLATE-FLAVORED WHIPPED CREAM BARK, AND GREEN WHIPPED CREAM HOLLY LEAVES 12 TO 11 GENEROUS PORTIONS IN EACH YULE LOG $2.25 ICE CREAM SANTA CLAUS, | »EVERGRKEN TREES, TURKEYS, ETC.J \ $;}.00 Do/. | * H EGG NOG, pint Spumoni Flavored ICE CREAM, pint PLEASE ORDER BY FRIDAY . .. All Orders Delivered C'old Packed To Stay In ... . . . Perfect Condition For 2>\ Hours ... ORDER TODAY FROM YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD NAUGATUCK DAIRY DEALER OR FROM THE NAUGATUCK DAIRY ICE CREAM CO. NORTH MAIN ST. TEL. 5289 NAUOATUCK NBWS (CONN.), WKDNEBDAV, PKC. Z1. IM»—r.%OE 7 'luUiorlUon of thn Btutc I^U|iicir Control CommlBHlon. Stuto nnd city oftlclula are Interostcd in the logiilll.y of the operation of these ihH which rent, locker «pac<> to mambarH for tho ntorugu of llrpior and BCll mixing beverages, Ice and foot! without, fluporvlxlnn. Accord- InK to Pollen Hu|)i'i'tn<i'H<t<'nt Wll- iliim J. Roach, at lonat. thrno Btich clubn iiro o|>ai'nl)on in Wittnrbury, Month Vai'.Hlloim Cut vacation H filly Public IIi:aUh nurnv* h»v» b<!<*n cut to IWO-WCP|<«. Aldnrmnn Pet«r J. Word told th« Board of Public Health. 7Carll«r thl« year the Board of Aldermen volod to give the nurxon a monlh'ii vacation. The Board of Finance vacation nch«d- uln Kav<- nil city employed, bonldpn ttcliuol Icuchern, *mly two *w«t;kii viic-atlonH. THY NKWS WANT AI>VH FOB FOH QUICK KKMUl-TN DESPITI hnnclcuffd, Robert Bc«lna- sek, 24, puffs on a clgnrctto utter bo- Ing arraigned in an Iowa City, lo., court on a firnt degree murder chnr<{a In U>e strangulation ulnylnii of co-cd Margiirot Ann Jncksoa Tho psychology »ludcnt pleaded not culltv. (International) In the near future on a pension IHHUO, It. WIIH Indlr.atod yi'.Mlerday In conlnict notfollutlonit of both tho ChoMo Bi'itHH *, Coppur CM, unil Scovlll MnnufucturlnK Co. with tho C-I-O ProxrotfMlvc MolulworkcrH r'tuincll. ' Tho union IH weolilnif comimny finance retirement nnd welfare funda dl. both flrmw, with KM propomilH lllnK for company i:ontrlhullon« of 10 contB an hovu- per omployo Mr*. Mury WniJe Wlilto, 101 Prospect Htroot, nnil Brnultnock Hill Mlddliibiiry, left an cutnt.e of $04«, 7'M, aeiioi-illiiK to an Inventory flloi ytititorUay In WaUirbury J''robat.< court. Stooks Include 200 nharoH o Eu«t«rn Malloablo Iron Co., corn inon, toual ^viiHi liojuct Hldw The J'ourd ol' ICducallon lan ( night rejected nil bids for rocon dllloning of the Oronoko School Tt WO.B first estimated the schoo could be rehabilitated for $7,00( but bidx nicuivud wore In thu n«lKh borbood of $1«,000 to $17,(K)0 ,wltl '.ho eventual cost for readying the bulldlnK for UBC to bo about $20,000 Of the 52 (jiipllH who would .'it l.ond the two-room nehool If It worn reconditioned, parents of 23 chll 'Irun tiald thoy would nond thul children elnewbei'i 1 , Pnrent.H ol' th other 29 Maid thoy would aond thol children to Oronoke, but the nchoo will only handle 23. Other ochool coulil a':comii)odat.e thene, iichjiii ot'flclalu Maid. Tho-Bonrrt of Public Jloalth IIIH night rooommondwd to tho Bonn ol' Aldermen that all rimtnurunt 'irul "(IrlnklnK pldeett" be llc.»mHi>r by lh« city to Innuru a clone choc 'it catlnK plucciH with regard t imbllr, health. The board voted t recumrriend Hii'-h llctiMnknK at $ a. y«itr will] h.ojillh offlcor 1, be Klven thti power l.o revoko fi niiNpend the llcnriHe In CII.KCM ti falliiro l.o comply wllh cll.y or ntal. llDllltl) I'ljIOM. Clulm r.ioitltnr club* oparnl.liiK In Wn.t;i< bury may noon bo lnvntil:l^(ii,to<l b In India Dispute . M, A. Gurmanl ARRIVING In New Voi'M by plnn» M, A, Gunnntil (uboye), AnibBfiSU' dor-At-t/arge for PiikiBtun. will at slM In prosontlriB Ihu PnltlBlB vlcwpolul In the cllupute with Irxlli over Knnhmlr, The problems wll bo presented to the U.N. Sscurlt; Council. Dec. 17, (/ritcrrmHonalJ SHARI ROBINSON Gay Party TAFFETAS FOR BIO AND LITTLE SISTERS Twentieth Cmhiry-Fox player SHARI ROBINSON Inspiration of Clndwlta Holiday frocks The rus+ly whisper «f royon taffVJa mark* the beginning o( Hdiday excitement f»r ttie young »M! AwxJ Cinderella's "Magic Touch" odds adorable styling, ins^ked by Hollywood's Shorl Robinson, and vrtoderful quality throvigh- out. PLAIDS, SOtlOS and COMBINATIONS SIZES 3 to 6* $3.98 SIZES 7 to 14 4.98 ~i Tvnrnim ift on eorth! "DRESS 'n CLOWN" completely gift-box«dl ADVERTISED IN OOOD HOUHKIIUHO . , , a clreul-M! of fun (and faihlon!) for any HtH« girl you giv« !l lol lov«l!eil combination* of carnival- pait.U for rh« fin* Sanforlnd broodtloth dr«u, and ditto for lh« ploy-full, louflhing elownl All ready •— i*t in a pretty box — lo yiv« lo a lucky litlle fllnl Sliei 1 lo 3, complete, $398 Open Ivenlngi Till 1:45 Boo-Tbe* / < Pinwo'e cwdjroj: sKppm with su«d« leather sctes. Adjustable for length and width by the mere snap of o Scovill gripper fastener. Ideal for *llppir»o 01 *i y«v.r nltoy-niles, and pajamas With feet. In r»d, cspen blue, pink and light blu«.

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