Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 24, 1949 · Page 17
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 17

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Saturday, December 24, 1949
Page 17
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TO ONE AND ALL.. We extend our very best wishes for a MERRY CHRISTMAS and a IIAI'FY NKW YKAR >* vC: */ **t «>K Hi \ ' tK*!^ '„'> ^ Derital Health Conference Set For Jan. 14-15 £ '% '^•Xs i " w *"**l. ro * •ijMt'^^M.z^'. Naugatuck Dairy 34 North Main Street A denial briillili i!orifi'i'om;fi, thn ilijpc-l of which lo to rnno pm-rnun- 'tilly tlir Hliitcwlili. Invol or hitallh, van aiiiioiincpd today by Dr. Ira >nw H.pribp of P.rld'K ( 'pi>rt, vlco ir<-«lduiil. of tin; Ooiuiuctlciit Mtuly Ipnlnl A.'iMiK'liillon und chairman if MM Council on Denial Health. 'nii<- «M>nr<'i-(tnci>, which will lie i'-ld nl tilin Hold I'.nnd In Hiu'l- ord on January J'l and Jfi, will bci illnntlptl 1iy n <lt.legate from each :n'iil di'iilnl -uiclply in Connpcllcut, ml Mi.- MII.IIIK will bp "ICxinnnmn >f Di-ntiil Oiirr! In All Groups." '.Ptloi 1 dontul tiei-vJcc for low In- :OIHP croiipH will lii) one of thn ili-;i on HIP -ii-i'ii-iji-iiiiii Tor Mm two Iny'u dlMfMinHlon. The. n.t(undnnro of all i will IIP rofjulriKl nt, oaoh , „.,„., Dr. Hncliii !Ki|,|, and im«h one pruti- •nl will hn iixpmtlird lo return ioni ; . In Instruct his colleu-ffues In IIP tlpntnl profODHlon, ro that the nl'l-Kloniil bunn-fllH of kmxwlitdtfa mil. ••xperlutifiM may bn i.'.l lo oil of tlm tbroufrh- Natliinnlly funioiiM iLiilhorlllnn on duntal and hualLli prob-liMim will nddrimn the conference ancj discussion lendfM-B nele<;te<l from 'ilnilK Ilin dpnlnl profnmloTi i.rf vi; (lln(!ii»nlon of ijnwh Bulijiict 'I'hp wpeitkprB will Include Dr. llnlirnirl X.niidpr of (ho faculty of HIP rii.niiii Hpjiooi Hi. TnrtH Coiiiiif"' Dr. Allen C, Unipihbul, Clilc»Ko' Ri-crntjiry of (.he Council nn Dnrtln] H"iillh of Hut Annu-l.-ni, Diniliil Ar.-iiocln.llon; Dr. Oh<ir|<>» c, Wll- 'lon of HIP fiiciilly of y (l | 0 Hi'ho-ol; und Dr. Frederick "I hi '••"I l W. , l>,, n n,, ehiilfmdn ,,M Ddiiliil 'l'r, K |B ,r(i,lory Hnlnl lo (ln ,,f |.)in Ajiici-li'ii.n Dcntiil A*iHO(!lal.|on. Beautiful Christmas Display Installed At Saint Francis' One of lhi< moot beautiful mna dlsployB In thn borough hnR bi'i'ii ,,n tint roof (if HI H'rinicl,)' Cdiirch nicloi-y Cluiit'li Way Liquids Flow Through Wood Is Research Subject N<rw Hnvon What caitfWN ruin of flow of u Iliiuld through nut. wood to defcrmw with time? Wnllo Die fact that. thld phenomenon tloim orcm' hn,« bnr'n known for many yuiuw, ivu mi,U«fa<!loi'y an- HW<ir to tihe qmmllon IIUH y«t bnon found. A current project rtt the Connecticut. Aiirrlrultiiral IBxporlmunl Station, under tint direction of John ,P. Krler of the Forestry De- parlmfmt, In aimed at dlnfxivnrln*; thw Itoy lii lira mwrot., Hunh, liaidn UnowlodtfO would ho extremely useful in the fleldn of wood preservation, flrnprooflnff and cborno- th«, till of which utlltan Impregnation of wood or plant yitnn* to ucco-mplleOi their purpone. After a year ot lnt<yn»lvo research, Mr. Krlor IIILH dlwtovnnvd uotifo Important fnx)t», althouKh ho hM not yot found the final answer. Mont hn]>ortfl.nt, pernnipta, in hln 1iH-,uI!/ii,ilun of whut ho ciiltfi lh« "zone of flow rewtrlotlon." H» hftw provwd that the pt'lmury whteh civUBft flow Ktoppatfo miie iifTootlvo within a millimeter or 1m> of tho out and. Cut this HDC- tlon off and flow rate Immediately rltrnn again. Ainu, hii him gil town ulrniiily nti>i>i>itK» IH <!inm«il liy a oomblnik~ lion of fnctoi's, Including swelling of th« ciit Bllislt hoyond HB noiinal, Ki'non condition, tfaotorl'al nMrnf formation, ftiritfitl rwitlon whkih <!.T.UBO« a mcchanleiil anil nxtr'iiiii'OHH Innitratnd r.limoi'fi nuch an naw linrf arid H^miOvw nil of UHI«« fn,«toi« Uiougfh, and Btotpiptug'o Btlll occur* Kf,AliM OV«F mow Kovornmont biillillnnw htivn to I riipliKiiiil uvory nix wookn IwuiuiHa <> ox<;<tNHlvB w»ur HUff'ired fi'om wind und rain, Havana flrnt convnrHittlan h: di«i|» Una nu1»lii look plaow In 102 over a 115 mllo routo from Key WoHt ,iriorldn, to Havana, Cuba. N/MKJATIJOK H.'ONN.), HA'l'liltnAV, in-;* 1 . *«, From all of us at Bedford to all of you A Merry ChistrmiB A. Happy New Year 92 T-Jank Stroot Wiiturbury dlst.Viv Added to HIP ll MH,.<| innl yp,i r i,, „ IICCM.I, covnrlna n portion of l.h'o vi.rrnidii roof, Hrllllnillly IlKlilod rU nlnht. I IIP scpiif. iitlrnctH coiiFtldrr- nhhi nttiMillon from piinnofH-hy. I.ii"l .yen,- ihu miUvlly ni-un,, w ui) l'lm:p(l nn Ihn lawn of l.h.> rnc'lory w-hi.To only UICIHC walking , mf!t nl)],. | { , hiivf- « nlijiir view :>t ~fkere '// fa A hristmas A T A Joyous Tin 1 Vuldidc Sciisdti is licri>. lls rlchcsl fill I'i Ilincnl. IH ln-sl jich icvi'd in llu* cu/.y \\'Ji nn I li itl' <IIU''H o\vn )MHIH I . Ijiiiirrl, liolly, mist li'tdc . . . nol'1. colored ]i|j;)ilH ii-l.winkln <IM ii li'i'c . . . | lie hrriit lilcss, lirij^lit-cyi'd oxiircltiMi'y »( Ilir i-liildri'ii . . . lln' lilji/ini' ynli- lo^j on Ilic lii'jirlli . . . till' t'lii'dlH \vi' hiivr always loved. M'liis is Irnr |>c!H'.i' uliil li;i|i|)iiii'ss, . . . 'Phis is Chris! mas ICvr ill hoino. Our iiidsl cherished plenum 1 !' in In join, you, in spiril, in your own. home, at. this happy lime 1o exlend our lies!; \vishes I'm 1 "A .Inyoiis llolidny Sea.son ". \Ve know (hill. yon will appreciate Ihe sincerity of our (jrcclin^ in .tlm ion of the part, yon liavc jilaycd in helptny; us f.o rri'iili 1 (his nl ntunplicri: of svnniilli and hospilidity ill llioiiHiillilH of liouies. C H. TOMLINSON NEARY BUILDING NAUOATUOK, CONN. HE bells of Christmas are ringing again all over the world .... sounding their message of peace on earth good will to men, thoroughly infusing everyone with Yuletide spirit. SEASON'S GREETINGS.... We.hope that in aomo wuy we have made this Christmas a more happy, joyous occasion for you and yours. Our goal has ever been to serve you in everything we can, and we now wish to extend you our best wishes for a MERRY, MERRY CHRISTMAS! BANK.

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