Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 29, 1949 · Page 6
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 6

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, December 29, 1949
Page 6
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r.AGK S-XArf.ATVCK NKWS (CONN.), THUHSDAY, I>KC. 2!t, tnin lr .. lhl( , Ir n rn ,. . ' ' ip.'iriK' Iron Co., ;irncmlin£ to nn COMPKNSATION Iweo1<ly bocrinninjr Doc. 8 for an •' l *-'"-eemciU approved yesterday by Joseph ViliiRi. 179 Spring street, { injury to the left knnc su;it:iinocl Workman's Compensnt ion Com- Will receive [payments of $17.06 I in the employ of the Eastern Mai- ' missionor Harry Krasow. \/ \/ \/ \/ \/ \s \/ \/ \/ \/ \/ \/ \/ \/ \/ \/ /v /v /\ /\ /\ /s /v /v /v /v /v /v /v /v "V \/ \/ \/ \/ \/ V V \/ \/ \/ \/ \/ \/ Why I Bank At Naugatuck National I like their friendly service for one thing. They arc prompt, considerate and pleasant. To be called by name and greeted with a smile goes far with women. I carry a pay-as-you-go Autochek account for household expenses, while our main account is in my husband's name. Our cancelled checks—returned periodically—bear po^i tive proof that we paid the bills. And it is such a joy to mail a check instead of toting cash all over town. Then, too, \when friends ask me where JL carry my account, I'm proud to say, "That's MY bank!" Why not make us "your bank" today? The NAUGATUCK NATIONAL BANK MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION . FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM /\ GETS NEWS OF INDONESIAN FREEDOM /v /v UNITED NATIONS Secretary General Trygve Lie (left) shakes hands with Dr. H. Riemeros at Lake Success, N. Y., after the Netherlands representative had presented to the TJ.N. a note confirming his country's .action in transferring sovereignty to the newly-formed United States of; Indonesia. The vast and rich chain of islands, stretchjng nearly 3 000 miles, had been under Dutch rule for 347 years. (International) What Our Readers Think! "Thankful Mother'^ Hopes Santa Will Make His Helicopter Trip To Naugatuck "Again and Again" Naugatuck, Conn. Dec. 27, 1949. To the Kditor, Naugatuck Nows: Now that the hustle and bustle of tho holiday rush is over, I sincerely wish to thank Mr. Hennick, thn News staff, police and fire departments (of course we must remember the most important oer- person) Santa Claus and his helpers for the grand exhibition. Being a mother of two small girls, who just this year know the meaning of Santa Claus, it was a frreat thrill to see Santa coming out of thn sky. Each child was under the impression that Santa was just wavinp to him. In this world of xigsets everyone st"ps for just a little while, just like Ions ago in the little town of Bethlehem, a baby was born. He tried to teach men to .help one another .and we celebrate his birthday every year to help us remember the things He tried to teach. So asjain. thanks all, for making- Christmas a thing- to remember, and may Santa come rsain and atrain in years to come to gladden the hearts of the dear little innocent children. SPECIAL MEETING A social meeting- was held last ni^ht 'by the Men's Brotherhood of the Immunue! Lutheran church in the church hall. Motion pictures were shown depict.ins tho activities of the Boll Telephone Co., ant? also its radio program. Railroad Cancels New Year's Eve N. Y, Excursion Cancellation of the New Year's Eve Times Square excursion train which it had planned to run to New York from Winstnd, Torrins- ton, Water'ntry, Naugaliick and other Naugatuck Valley points wa.» announced last night by the New Haven Railroad. l.nrk f,f interest, nj; cvidoncnd by a dearth of atlvnnce ticket sales, was ascribed by the mil- road, as. the reason for cancellation of the M'ecial train. Not more than a half a dozen persons throughout the entire Valley have purchased tickets, it w&s ]"»r"vtnd. In other years by this d-ite hundreds of tickets had he^n sold. Therefore officials decided to call the excursion off. UGHTNING HITS 2,000 New York—About 2,000 .people in the U. S. are struck by lightning each year. About 500 are killed. Spiritual Lack Great Peril In Homes, Schook Dallas, Texas, Dec. 29—(UP) — The president of the Southern Baptist oonvention warns that the greatest peri) to the nation is lack of spiriuality in home and school. Opening a four-day Baptist Sunday school conference. Dr. Koht-rt G. Lee said, "The pallbearers which carried off previous Krcat nations will do the same to America unless iViis nation returns to spirituality." Some 6.000 Baptist Sunday school leaders from 22 states, are expected to register before the four-day sssion ends at Dallas. •.vin .>e honored nf r) rflnnor nn d.-ncr- F.-b. 2; at tho Holel Eltr-n, Wntcitmry, under the sponsorship of tho postal employi-s of the dis- U'ict. R4. r<j;«r»t.^;.ivf-at-La.ri;e Antonf Sadlak of Uockville, Senator Brien 'M?Mahim of South Norwalk and former Senator Raymond E. Baid- v.-in of Stratford also have been invited. The legislators will be honored for h.-ivir? worked for "Icfrisla- tion" bonedcm! to postal employes during the first session c.f the 81st N laSlfRcoklelivfihclv .. Conjrress. Postal Employes To Honor Legislators Congrersman James T. Patterson is among representatives from the Fifth Congressional District, who THE KOFFEE KOTTAGE ROUTE 10 ON THE COLLEGE HIGHWAY Invites You To Your NEW YEAR'Si PARTY • Pull Course Dinner • Door Prizes • Hats, Novelties • Dancing 10 P. M. to 3 A. For Reservations PHONE CHESHIRE 538 Plus Tax Records for New Year's Parties Our stoi-k is large and complete with Standard and Long Playing Records. RCA VICTOR COLUMBIA D E C C A CAPITOL See us for values in Radio-Combinations 158 GRAND STREET Waterbury, Conn. AT FREEDMAN'S LADIES' COATS 1-5 TO 1-3 OFF On Sale For $28 to $68 values to $89.50 Sizes 9 to; 20 We Have A Good Selection Of WOMEN S COATS Sizes 331-v. to 4514 All Colors Boxy and Fitted Styles SPECIAL GROUP OF COATS TO GO AT $25 Shorty Coats With Alpaca and Tapin Fur Lined SALE $28 up V 4 OFF ON LADIES' SUITS Sale $24 to $59, Values to $79.50 Sizes 9 to 20 — Good Selection LADIES' DRESSES !4 to .i/ 2 OFF Special Groups at $4, $8, $12 Values to $19.95 — Sizes 9 to 24>/o BOYS' AND GIRLS' COATS AND SNOWSUITS Coats On Sale for $9.99 to $22.99 Values to $29.50 Snow Suits On Sale $6.99 to $14.99 Values to $19.95 INFANTS' COAT SETS AND SNOWSUITS On Sale For $4.99 up ALL SALES FINAL! 191-199 Church Street STORE OPEN FRIDAY EVENING Naugatuck nn en's clothing FROM OUR REGULAR STOCK 1st GROUP MEN'S SUITS and OVERCOATS VALUES TO $55. oo 2nd GROUP MEN'S SUITS and OVERCOATS VALUES TO $65 $49°° ONE GROUP OF MEN'S SPORT COATS $15.00 MEN'S ZIPPER - LINED GABARDINE COATS $28.00 Values To $40 191-199 Church Street Nauira*iick STORE OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT UNTIL 8:45 i>aUgaalCK

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