Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 6, 1949 · Page 9
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 9

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, October 6, 1949
Page 9
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Ann Sheedy Elected President Of NHS Better Business Club 237 Members In Group This Year; Council Named Ann Sheedy, a senior was elect- a senior, •was elected vice-presi- High school Better Business Club at a meeting of the B. B. C. Council Tuesday afternoon, it was announced today by Betty Hartwell, secretary* . Other officers elected for the 19*9-50 year are: Barbara Stein, ca. Pauline Brozait, Dorothy Far- dent; Catherine Kloc, a junior, was elected treasurer; and Miss Hartwell. a senior, was named secretary. Chairman in charge of the B. B. C. metnbershtp cards is Barbara • Stein with Janice Grele aiding her. Chairman in charge of the October 20 assembly ia Robert Hutt. Barving on his committee are Ann Zmeyewski and Catherine Kloc. The B. B. C. Council consists of: Miss- Sheedy, (Miss Stein, Miss Kloc, Miss Hartwell, Miss Grele, Miss Zmeyewski, Mr. Hutt, and JcMcykine Nelson, Alan, Happy Hafcih Crosby, Roberta Campbell, Barbara Kelsey, Joan Lengyel, Lorraine Woodside, Joseph Mollica, Pauline Brozait, Dorothy Farrar.. and Lois Cotiick. Alternates FIAKO PIE CRUST MIX No fins. No bother. Precision. mixed ingredients for sure re- Kite at every baking. Quality no other pk crust mix has been able to equal. Proven by millions of bomewivet for 27 years. That's iFUcou are Joel Fox, Ray Hanley, Doris Mitchell, Regina Brecelnik, Barbara Borbas ,and Joan Long. This year the Better Business Club has a total of 237 members. There are 50 freshmen, 93 sophomores, 45 juniors, and 49 seniors. 28 New Members \ Of Junior Police Will Be Inducted The names of 28 boys who will be sworn-in as new members of the Naugatuck Junior Police Corps •were announced today by Chairman of Commissioners Theodore Klimaszewski. The boys will be administered the oath by Police Chief John J. Gormley at a meeting this evening at 7:30 o'clock in the Tuttle Music Shed. In addition to receiving new members, the corps will also promote several b«ys to higher rank. It is planned to name a captain for each school,-with the selections to be based on recommendations of the various school principals. New members appointed to the various schools are as follows: Oak street—Joel Nelson, Jon Nelson, Jerry Gendron and Donald Glendenning; St. Hedwig's school—Ray- roo/id Sobierajski, Thaddeus V^svski, Charles Pilkiewicz, Francis Maton, Edward Pogorzelski and William Haas. - Also, Hop Brook school—James Keane, Kenneth Hanks, Leonard Jackowbowski, Richard Bulkovitch, Edward Dupleski and Edwin Zimmer; Salem school—William Brewer, Robert Wilmot, Walter Andrew George Stevens, Albert Jones and William Baranauskas; Prospecl street school—Leroy Morine, Anthony Burns, Robert Finsell, Leon Moraski, Richard Smolkis and Robert Vandettio. »0t MOnCTION OUTSIDE . . . FOR INJOYMINT INSWI T0 IN fHE! k these MMER SPOTS PROTECT YOUR HOME NOW! with SHfJtWfff-WirilMMS HOUSE PAINT —~ • • »» <^orv *Mom ww PW SWP MOM BEAUTY. . . 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FREE DELIVERY ... ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY 30 South Main St. Naugatuck "* ~"^^eiephone 6162 Expect Funds For State Flood Work Washington, Oct. 6—(UP)—Tho Senate and House are expected; to grant speedy approval to a compromise appropriation for flood control and rivertei and harboJ's work. Nearly J760,000 is earmarked for projects in Connecticut. Norwich is listed for $29,000 and Hartford $70,000 for flood" control construction. Rivera and ihanbors construction include the fttianus river in Greenwich and Stamford, $79,500; New Haven harbor, $250,000 and Pawcatuck river, $68.500;: The total approbation' for projects throughout the country IB more than $664,000,000. There were 13 per cent fewer forest fires in the U. S. in 1948. Set Public Inquest In Mercy Killing Bridgeport, Oct. 8— (UP)— Tho county coroner will hold a pub- Jlc Inquest next Tuesday into the "mercy slaying" of Stamford Police Sergeant Carl Palght. His-daughter, Carol Palght, who Is charged with killing her father after learning He was suffering from incurable cancer, will attend the hearing in the county court- bouse. She is now In Jail. Decision to hold the inquest in public was reached during a conference between Coroner Theodore E. Steiber and State's Attorney Lorln W. Willis. It is expected to be brief, with only two or three witnesses belnj; called, * Carol Paight may testify, • although she cannot be compelled to. JNTATJCATUCK NEWS (CONN.). THimspAY. QCT.Jt. 1040—PAGK !» Finance Committee Earmarks $209,000 Hartford, Oct. ft—fUP)—The State Finance dvisory Committee has earmarked $209,000 for the State Soldiers', Sailors,' Marines' Fund. Finance Commissioner James B. Lowell said that originally $8,000 a week had been allocated to bold needy veterans through th« fund. He said payments now average $80,000 a week. The commission also allocated $121,000 to the State Houring Authority and $62.000 to the University of Connecticut for a pharmacy school.. A&P, TOO, TAKES OFF ITS HAT » * , . ,' TO MR. C. WHIT BLOUNT OF WAYNESBORO, GEORGIA -AND TO ALL OUR OTHER GOOD COMPETITORS WHO HAVE TAKEN A SIMILAR STAND An Editorial From The Atlanta Journal. Thursday, Sept. 29, 1949 Tl Jf Competitor Denounces Suit Against A&P THE BOLD three-column advertisement in the current issue of the Waynesboro True Citizen catches the reader's eye. We quote it in full. To our notion that advertisement by C. Whit Blount states the economic and governmental aspects of the case against A&P with a clarity and forcefulness that most of the editorial comment has lacked. Also it strikes us as a fine example of sportsmanship in business. Incidentally, it is about as effective an advertisement as could have I written for Mr. Blount's "Groceteria". Makes you sort of wish you were in Waynesboro to trade with him, doesn't it? THE GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA COMPANY

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