Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 29, 1949 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, December 29, 1949
Page 7
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NACGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), THURSDAY. DKC. 20, lf»49—PAGE V Chickenpox Most Prevalent Disease Reported In State For the third consecutive week chlckenpox remained the most prevalent disease within Connecticut. According to the summary of reportable diseases for the eight- day period ending Dec. 27, 125 cl.ickenpox cases occurred in contrast to 106 for the week earlier, declared the state department of health. Cases of pneumonia increased this much: broncho pneumonia from 25 to 28 and lobar pneumonia from 23 to 24. At the same time, syphilis cases rose from eight to 25, gonorrhea cases from one to 17 and those of German meas- tes from two to seven. During the past eight days, whooping cough cases declined from 89 to 82, mumps cases from 43 to 38, measles cases from 31 to 20 and scarlet fever cases from 16 to 15. Meningococcal meningitis cases and those of poliomyelitis held at four each this week, while cases of strepococcal sore throat remained at 5 and trichinosis at one. For the sixth consecutive week Connecticut was without a case of typhoid fever, and experienced the second week without a case of diphtheria. HO IAKING FAIUIKS WITH HANORIi CORN MUFFIN MIX Every time you make corn muffin* with Flakorn you enjoy the ••me perfect results because Fla- korn ingredients are perfectly mixed and blended. Single package makes about 12. Just add an «gg and milk, and bake. STAY BEAUTIFUL BECAUSE THEY STAY Clean Our blinds custom made with new FLEXALUM spring tempered slats . . . actually shed dust . . . wipe clean with a flick of a cloth. Won't fade. Keep their lovely newness for years and years. BLINDS from $3.45 up SAFFRAN'S BOSTON STORE TO Church St. — Phone B856 SALUTE FOR 'MISS USD HOSPITALITY' Big Demand Abroad For Conn. Products, Including Rubber Hartford, Dec. 29—Connecticut's clircct e>i:orts of manufactured goods last year "were only 3.2 per cent less than in all-time peak export year 1947" while those -of the whole Unltr.d States rk'crenMod 17.R per cent, proportionately live times that much, the State Department Commission reported today. 11<|..-<r>rtlnn the ro,suHn of It;; state-wide .survey ctf exports in its current "information letter" distributed to manufacturers and business houses, the Development Conrmiission said it estimated Connecticut's direct manufactured exports last year at $139,900,000 aigainst $144,500,000 in 1947. Commission Chairman 'Francis S.sMurphy, in commenting on the survey, believed to be the first FORT DEVENS, Mass.— Pretty Alice Lutz of Methucn, Mass., Jv? hare chose as "Miss USO Hospitality", prepares to unfurl ' »v , ur a UbO banner while a trio of Uncle Sam's trim nephews salute smartly The ceremony was part of a gay weekend when Fort Devens service men turned the tables, and played host to an "invading armv .lumor hostesses from New of USO Safety Council Makes Four New Year's Eve Suggestions (By United Press) The national safety council ha? a word of warning for New Years Eve celebrants. It predicts that 330 persons will die in traffic accidents over the weekend beginning at 6 p. m. Friday and ending Monday midnight. The council urges the following precautions: 1—Leave the car in the garago and use public transportation if at all possible—and especially if you plan to do any drinking. 2—Go on the theory that 'he "other fellow" may be woozy, and allow for it. 3—Don't ride with a drinking driver. ++++++ MUSIC For The Boy, Girl or The Family at Zembruski's Music Shop NORTH MAIN ST. UNION CITY featuring Webster Wire Recorders Webster Automatic 3-Speed Record Changers Seamer Saxophones and Clarinet; Signet Brass Instruments and Clarinets Bufet Clarinets Anstrom Flutes Kay Cellos and Bass Viols Moreschi Accordions Carl Fischer Musical Supplies French Mase Trumpet complete U70 Crombell Drum Pedal regular $37.50, only $17.50 Homer Accordion, 12 basg •— K6R Homer Accordion, 32 bass — $99 LeElanc Wood Winds York Brass Instruments nnd Saxophones Buescher Saxophones Zenith Radios of All Kinds Start Your Son or Daughter In Music at Zembruski's Music Shop 451 North Main St. Union City *+++*+++^< \ Our New FORD Service Organization and Parts Department Service Manager—Edwin H. Johnson Service Salesman—John Monroe Mechanical Supervisor—Stephen Luskay, Jr. Paint and Body Shop—Glenn Adams Ford Trained Mechanics Raymond Bell Philip Rowland Michael Capolupo Robert Bramiadorf Welder and Machine Shop Operator— Andrew Richardson Dependable NAFCO Service for 21 Years — Better Now Than Ever — Bring Your Ford Here For Service The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 87 CHURCH ST. TEL. 5236 your caution if the: 1 4—Double weather is biid. A ward of advice—along so'ne what different lines—comes from another traffic expert in Chicago, where the safety council has its' headquarters. Prof. C. C. Wiley of the Illinois University's College of Engineering, says that present speed limits on the highways are too low. .] 'u says the nation should emerge irjm what he calls the "Model "I" Days'- and increase speed limits in order to better handle growing traffic. Wiley says motorists drive faster than the speed limits anyway. UP SLIGHTLY Washington — The Labor Department says retail prices of most major commodities went up slifihtly between mid-October and mid-November. But the over-all increase in the cost of living amounts only t o about of one per cent. ify FOll HEWr— Newly <I«TOrak>(V 4-roi oil 1st ll,,or ,,„ Map!,. H i]I R,1.. ,.. orne , .Mulberry Si. Outskirts .ii Xiitig. Tel Mix your guests' drinks with Canada Dry Water. They'll recognize—and respect—that famous label. They'll get drinks that taste better, sparkle longer. Thanks to this scientific process, your drink sparkles longer. Result: you always have a fresh drink in your hand no matter how long you "nurse" it. CANADA , DRY WATER Romember— 4 /4ths of jour drink is mixer... askr-tor the best —Canada Dry Water tnlcen iby any slnt.o, pnld: "The n.i- veliipmont Commianion, havinff' operated its program to promote Connecticut^, foreign trade for the Past live yours, is cxlruniniy fji'nti- Ilii'd by thuau Hlnll.stli'.s .slunvinit continued hi«h clomnnd fur Cun- necticut-madp products abroad. It was accomplished in the face of extremely adverse world conditions Jnst year." The commission stated <ha( UK estimates of foreign, (sales were based on questionnaires returned by 051 manufacturers, of whom 552 reported exports in 1947-4S. Of the latter, 282 said they also exported in pre-war 1938, and the commis- nicm cKlltiiiilKtl Ihcl rnvi'.rfoutt y:>\cn in I h;il yi m- ML $ri. r i,:i(X),Of)0. The estimates showed that the amount of dui-ibh- good-i oxp rt- pd from Connecticut in th<! p:'.st Iwu yi-iii-K \v:i!; nearly dm timf.-i Uia.1. of non-<liira.b!fi foods. The' /jreal bulk of t.ha slate's foreign sales was in machinery (except electrical) iron ;ind steel products, electrical machinery, tran;v<)rtaU'>n equipmpnt and non-ferrous inet.-il products. Exports or these and other durable Roods were enimat- ed at $131,400,000 in 1947 and S127- 000,000 in 1948. Non-Durable Connecticut exports, topped by textile mill pro- M:\V SHIP g London—Tin- Itrilisli fintafj- \Vlllt4- Star l.ini. rr-[i>irl<-<ll.v has derided to build I In- hitni-M and fastest liniT in 1hi- world lor tin-North Atlantic luxury trudf. Shlp- lilnij rlrrli'K say the line lia* laid plans for a !,:r.!,OOO,l>(M> ship weigh- in K !H),000 t.ins, or 7 ,<*)(> tons mor<- thun the Queen Kli/.abeili. now <ln> largest and fastest iriuib-At- lantic ship. ducts, rubber prodxiots chf-;nic:-i;s. apparel and miscellar.f-'.us products, were estimated at SJ.J 'J»i.:<> r ', and $]2.900,OuO in two yen:.-: respectively. [OPEN THURS. & FRI. 8 A. M. TO 9 P. M.—SAT. TO 6 P M — PATSY'S Inc. 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