Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 24, 1949 · Page 11
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 11

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Employment Office To Operate Three Days Next Week Th<* flistlnrt Ion of owni'nu the lilt-rb^'it produrlnK Ayrtihlr*' hnrrl li: tin? iiiiiiim, in lh«t division of l£i to 2.'> cow». enrolled In the Ayr- xhire Herd Ten! during n recent month K"f» I" filndyn N. jr.rnhlrlt, .Milford. AeroKjinK to an nnnoiincemcnt inadc by the Ayrshire Breeder's AuHDCintinn Executive Secretary C. T. Conklln of Brandon, VI., the Emblrk pure-b^da. « Hubntantlnl portion of which wore heifers, nvcr- «Ked 1091 Ibs. 4.2%. milk and .10 Ibs. btilterfat during Ihnt month. Holding both milk and fut production honors without question was Fhydock of Kimbnll Fnrm, bv Hiiwl<BwooU» Klmdock Approved thul produced 1W< Ibn. milk nnrt SIi Ibd. buitorfnt. Other high producers wore: Imp of Ray Jul Ihnt produced 1406 Ibit, milk und 01 Ihn. l.utt.-rfat. and Flllmore Nnidii that produced 1314 )b«. milk und 02 Ibn. butterfat. The Emblck purebred* compoHe on.- of Iho 30.00O Ayrshire unlfd In the UnlU-d Htntes. The tr. S. nnvy uge* 25 to 3C rilil- lion Knllonn of paint a yeur. Uncle Sam Says l<ot» of folk. niinpUIn thnt the money they draw every payday (oomt »w»y from thorn with nupar- •onlo speed. It tlmt'n happening to ran, here'* how to ntnp It automatically! Sign up for U, H. Having* Hondo regularly, under your llrm'» Payroll Having Plan, or— If Ihln method l» not available lo you — your bank'» liond-.VMonth Plan, then, »h»t part of your eu>rrilng» can't gat »way from you. In foot, every III you Invent — ID Iho safest Investment In the world— grow* up lo be 14 In ten fear*. i;. « ' .jiury Lttnf - « ^^ liding of Hope for Prosperity and Happiness >. G E R A L I) ' S Appliances Spring Street Regional Chairman Of GOP National Finance Committee Bo»ion l»nln Van N. Wanli- luirn of Newton, 'Mann,, lian linnn niiiiiiiii a riH'jrtlier of t.lio Rtcpiibll- can National Flnanon Committee IIH regional ctiulrrniin for thn New ICiiKland Htatjui, |(. wa« announced today l.y Hlnclnlr \V<'i>>CH, chiifrmnn nf the national fund'raislng organization of the Republican Party. An a member of thn riorum I line, Wmhburn wmi amonfc Miofic who approved Iho national budget of $1,1152,450 to finance the IftBO Ke- publliiM Mnnii-lorinl and coriKTeii 1 Honal <:ariipiil«nii and to maintain the Republican National Committee. New lOng-lnnd'n nhnrn of the total BOH) will be im»pr(ixlma.ti»ly $180,000, Wdahburn announced. "A» New TSnirlnnd will lie nlecl- Inir IlVd ii,!iiator« and 2f. rwpn.jinnl- at.iv(!H, It In vital to th« national lnler..»t und to New 7Cnxrlaml that the i)uoa be rained In full In all iilx Mlateu," WriAhtiurn declarnd, "pnrtlciilnrly i»1n(;i! it. In eo Important to elect th« Iclnd of Con- Bi'oss that can avert the dlflanter of a ttoclnllxod' dtate." A mi.'inbnr of |.he MjumachimottH Uiipuhllcmi Viniince Co/nniHleo since 1»44 and now a member of UH advisory board, WoHhburn haft been In bunlnniiK In Boston for 8(1 yearn. A lifelong- ro«ldont of Now- lon, ho saw service with the Army in this tlrat World War as a llou- lena.nt. In HMD Mai-vc.y Oll»«on, who war, Uieii ('ommLsBlonor for firoat Britain and Wentitrn ICunipi, fur t.ho Amerlenri Und d-imn, luilcml Mr, Wai.bburn to c.nne l/> Ifiuropo and itppolnted him Deputy Director of all Hel CronM Clulm In Oront Brlt- MIII and 'Irnland. Hhorlly after hln arrival, the wur In ICuropn end- i'd and Mr. WUtthhum tmviiUiil iMkltlMiMiMiMilidainiw Wrapped "nil sliill Ti Leather sB5Sytt&aS^&&^!zn&^^ •.«!_ ._ ^. MWWS_MI KIIMI \nvnc Known unrt lo riicni): ik iinlfNltln <>(iHtn««iiM •*«»<«%«.i .^u.. hiiif.i«i UIIIIVflU| llirmiflli C'rntii'ii ntnl (leri>in.ny In- npi-cllnjc Hod CI-OHH f!'liibn In 'thiw coiinlrlii/i. Id- ri'liirni'il to n,,. HI nl (m nhorlly nrinr l.lm .iapam-nn Hurrender. Wiuihlnirn ma)u« hln home at: MS ChoHtnut Ml rout In the Walnin .lection nf NewLon. OOAt ITKAT8 IIOMIC the I.J. H, Dornnnl.lr henllni; In iiHim nlioiil. tmn In nvnry May this season be your most successful in bringing happiness to those you cherish in your thoughts . . . and may your own Christmas spirit be enlivened by the best wishes of everyone you meet. . . Happy Holidays We send you every good wish this joyful Christmas. May all hopes and dreams come true for you and yours. THE HARNESS SHOP 70 GRAND STREET Waterbury •loltn ,1. Coiinoli-, I'rop, WAVWAHI> MOTOUIHT (My United A N<!wlrij;ion moloi-lHl ride nnd wound up n wiinl. for told polliin hi) thought hit wuti on the New Wi-ltain mi per highway. ('orinl ruction on t.hlit road, by the wny. wun'l iitarl, for at Imiat. a few NAIJOATUCH NKWM, (CONN.), SATIIUDAV. I»BC. 14, 1»4» Milford Woman Owns High Ranking Embick Ayrshires Opnrntlng for three dny« next wnek In the Tuttln houno on Church Hirnol. will bo Iho NauKnluck office 'it Inn Unnmploymnnl <:ompiiiiHn- llon (lupiirtment arid the ConnectI- cut State Employment Service. William W. DuvlBon, uxiimlner- In-i hargi', him unriounc.nd thul. I lie offlco will ho opitn Duo. 27, 28 mid 20, and all claimants filing Initial clnlms for the Chriutmas week miiHl. report to file their clnlmn on »Mhnr Tunddny or WodnnHdny. This office will resume '.ipernllng on a two day a week schedule, TuoBdny nnd Thnrndnyn from 0 (j'<:lo<'k In thn mornlnii tu 3 oVIurk In thn iiftirnoon Hturtln^ Jan. S. Thijrn rtrn riboui 80 vurlitttnn of ««l«ry (iultlvnttid In the U. H. Marines Announce Enlistment Program A n«iw onlistmcnl and rnenlliu men! program WHR announced ye-' le-rdny l>y this Mnrine Corps r.i- rriilllnu itfflfia In Walnrbury. The n«w royulntloim, rffm:(.!v«. Don. 81. mil for Applicant* with no prior military service *nl!ntln;{ lor four yrniB, At pr«*Bi<nf in'-rt \vlllioiil prevloUH mllltiiry traiiilnir may flnllnt for lhrw or four y«.»rt, Kormor M(»rlnnR >i«ve until P»«* . 8! to rnenlld! In lh« Mnrlne Cot t»«i for two, lhfi>« or four ypttr*. A'ter that dale reenlistmentB will b« for lour nnd nix years only. Nnw nnlliil.«»!M< will be »enl Vj t'uri'lM l»l»nd. H C.. fur JO w«M'k» recruit training after which IMC!I innn In grunted a 10-day leave be- furn ImlnK Hiinl l» n nrhool for »d- vnnond IrulnlnK or n*nl|c»«d a duty ntttllon In Kiln rounlry, at ait ovo.. Ki'im bftfir, or nbnard a capital i)ni> ol lln« Niivy The belli ring oui> joyfully our to you tbis Christmas. May it to the merriest, happiest, most wonderful Christmas you've ever had — may the New Year see your hopes and prayers fulfilled. GEORGE DEARBORN — Auctioneer — A HOLIDAY MESSAGE FROM THE BIGGEST LITTLE STORE IN THE COUNTRY— •TOWMKt • . The bells are ringing and we are wishing a Happy, Merry Christmas to all our friends whom we have served and who will receive pleasure from the gifts we have supplied them sia^iiisifcsifcfciifcaiiiiiiisiiiaisiiiiiititaifcfcaiafctifcKiifca^fc^iHaifcfcK^fcfcfc^^Bi^^^fcfcfca,!,^ A Joyous New Year to Our Friends and Patrons. The Kingsbury Hotel Waterbury NEARY BUILDING Naugatuck, Conn. msiraas leeonos U Joyously the Yuletide bells peal their message of happiness to all mankind. Deep resonant chimes echo a prayer for the peoples of the earth. As each mellow tone rings forth over the countryside, in every heart there is the hope that Christmas, 1949, will bring a wealth of contentment and everlasting peace to all. &24ft^»^^^

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