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\ JPAOB 4—NAUOATPCK NEWS (CONN.), SATURDAY. OCT. 8. 1949 __ I-HB NATTOATOCK N»W» CORP. NAOQATOCK. CONN. Claa* n»att*r «t tbe pc*. oftte* to Kauyatwdt. Coon. •OB8CWPT10W RATB» Payable la Advaao* $UO lY«*r . Newspaper PUb. AMt> Newspaper *>«*. N*w»pap«r Publishers "SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 19*9 Throw The Beggars Out When it comes to coining phrases, Winston Churchill la no slouch. His latest battle cry against socialism in his country is "throw the beggak-s out". '".'There's a h«ap of sarcasm in those four words. Labor Party leaders in England have become the biggest beggars in the entire history of that nation. They are continually at the sjoor of the United States seeking more loans -which, as .it lias worked out in the past, will b« outright gifts. British socialists, Churchill cbargM, have brought the country to the verge of national and international bankruptcy. The pound, once the basis of world axchange, now has been devaluated in its competition •with the American dollar, and enjoys no more prestige than the French' franc or the Italian lire. Financially, England is a second-rate nation, a state that is attributable almost entirely to the failure of the Labor government to meet postwar conditions at home and abroad. The Labor • government, with its multitude of welfare-state reforms, its attempts to order the > lives of Oie people from the 'cradle to the grave, has overspent the national Income to such an extent that England la practically bankrupt. ;, -It has put into practice v regulations which have all .but stymied enterprise. Churchill's remedy of throwing the beggars out Is "the only cure. Zneom* Is Relative - -President Truman says the nation's income must be brought to $300,8o6;«»,00ff IT yefi' 'so that every family can have an annual income of at least $4,000. ; ' The national" Income, approximately *200,000,000,000. should be at least $250,000.000.000 to provide the -revenue th» government needs to finance . its' present (pending program. High government spending will cause a deficit of several billion dollars this fiscal -year. Taxes are about- as high as they can be boosted, so the only source from which riiore money can come is a greater national income. It is doubtful if an the spending which President Truman has in mind could; be paid for out of a $300,000,000,000 national income. . . Whether such an income would be better than the $100.000,000,000 which the United States achieved in • tenner periods ol prosperity Is a matter for debate. There Is a terrific amount of inflation in the Income now and there would. be" more at the higher levels. And .the more money people take in, the more they pay out ? In ' . Part' of their tax .money is lit the nature of fees for government services. But it is generally realized that such services are wastefully administered by . the bureaus. The citizen doesn't receive dollar value for his tax dollar. ; • : ." :' '. '-. A national income. Is relative. Its basic value is what it will buy in goods and services. If a largs percentage of it is frittered away in an inflationary, high tax structure, so that most of the people are unable to save anything for ' emergency needs, then where's the advantage in a high national income? .- '- . ;.- ' ' '. "fbe Chinese, today have a national income in astronomical figures. .But they are the poorest people on earth. Old ruhioned Always on the- alert for suspicious character* : the police,- of Washington, '"ID,- C., recently clo»«d iV -on a' nan; who -*BS reported" tcting strangely.* Tney hauled him .to headquarters, but try as they imight coitfd find • no charge on which to book him.." .AH they 'knew ; was that he h»d been-* discovered away moeejN-a total o? $15,30O—to strangers.. especially poor -ones. After much head scratching, *h'e pofice finally decided this wasn't aga^st the law. / -' _ : .- •> Modero • society has become: so Atjrftxwnd a Ifellow-with a bankroll in M» pocket and.' his heart in the right'place cannot plky Robin Hood unassisted without raWng eyebrows, people are th« vktim's of a passion for organ- izati&B. '• '" -'"~ ' ' ' ' '•'• The bulk of man's activities kx* cast'oh » grandiose scale, with -boards of directors, executive vt»« yrs«id»atJ, general-m*n- t al The average >lliien bardly lifts a finger that'the act doesn't fall within the province of seme functionary down the line. The simple, benevolent urge to help 'one's fellow man has graduated Into the realm of a mass undertaking. Most philanthropic organizations today operate over a Wide field, with experts to raise funds and others to determine scientifically how they should be disbursed. Intricate programming: it Is contended, gets the most out of the charity dollar, and more of them. But some persons are old fashioned enough to want to see a person get'out and lend a helping hand because he likes somebody's looks and his story. The football season has already reached the point where coaches are announcing they are build- Ing a team for next year. Do You Remember? Out) Year Ago Mrs. Margaret E. Carroll and Joseph W. Nygren were nominated as the Republican party's cap- didates for State Representatives from Naugatuck. Richard Roland was elected president of the newly organized Naugatuck High school Better Business Club. 20 Yean Ago Peter Brennan, .who had been confined to his home by illness, returned to his duties at the Post Office. Henry Schlldgen, Jr., and son, of East Waterbury road, returned from a hunting trip to Canada. MODERN ETIQUETTE Q. If a woman is introducing herself socially, should she say, "I am Miss Brown," or. "I am Martha Brown"? A. The correct form is "I am Martha Brown." Q. Should one Insist on a friend aking a drink if one knows that be doesin't drink anything with alcohol in it? A. No; nor, should any comments be made. Q. Should a man ever sound his horn, when picking up a friend at his home? A. No; he should go to the door and ring the bell. Household Scrapbook Vegetables Try cooking the vegetables by steaming. This will .reduce the loss of minerals and vitamins and is also economical, as several different vegetables may be cooked at the same time. Gra Stains Dip the grass stains into molasses, and then wash out in clear water. Alcohol applied to the spots will also remove them. Floor Wax Do not use too much wax on the floors, as this not only makes the floors 'too sjippery and therefore dangerous, but causes dust to collect much more readily. Spotted Dick Payne .buying a birthday card for his wife yesterday.'.. Don't know the exact date of the big day, but congratulations anyway, Mrs. Payne. Veterans at Rocky Hill will be among the many listeners when Cliff (Doollttle) Warren appears on Arthur Godfrey's "Talent Scout" show next Monday evening. ..Cliff sang for the vets on an entertainment program sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary of the local Marine Corps League Detachment Wednesday evening and all but stole the show... Emcee Bob Miller told the audience that Cliff was going to be on the show and the response they gave the announcement indicated that they would all be listening—and rooting for him. „ Dr. Joe Sltar had a capacity audience when he presided at the meeting of the Fish and Game Club Wednesday nighO In tho court room Must be close to hunting time.... Legion Commander Charlie Clark expects to see at least one of the series games... .Local merchants are getting ready for the Christmas trade... .Wonder If Santa Claus will land here by helicopter again this year as he did last Elmer Carroll and Ed Poust, a couple of loyal Exchange Clubbers, were greatly Impressed with the turnout for the block dunce hut Tuesday night.... Local Democrats are receiving "invitations" to attend a $7.50 outing sponsored by the State Central Committee to .raise party funds.... . Monday will he a big day for Ellse Lmdqutst, 185 Walnut street. ...It's her birthday... Otto Me- Cann and Roy Behlman saw the first two games of the series, but missed the third.. .Otto also took in the Toscannlnnl concert at Ridgefleld... Roy has an appointment in Went-chester County next Tuesday... Raymond Moley, ex-Roosevelt braintruster and speechwrlter, is a registered Republican at Bridgewater, Conn., where he makes his home at "The Hedge.".. .There's not a hedge in sight... Moley proved an interesting speaker at the annual meeting of the Naugatuck Valley Industrial Council Thursday... He also proved his GOP leanings... The Bob Schelbers lost and found their little dog all in one day "Sonny" Gnlazdowski is working as a substitute' driver for the fire department.. .Speak- of lost and founds, Cornwall Is looking for 50 concrete cannon O4 Ckufch '-'• ':" ' . ' ! . ' -'.'t Week Oct. 9*k •*.: ^ ••• ' ~ ''• * ' Congregational erence At Church ; T-h* Connecticut' Conference of Congregational Christian Church- es'will hold Its Annual Meeting at Norwich, Conn., Tuesday and Wednesday, October 11 and 12. Among- the speakers will be Moderator Helen Kenyon, The Honorable Francis B. Sayre and Ur: David McKeith, Jr., Delegates interested in attend^ Ing the conference are requested to*jecmtact Rev. Wlllard B. Soiper at the'Naugatuok Congregational church at once. John Zbikowski, who Joined the balls stolen from the Gen. Sed- -T-l^i"" 5 \" "" "I"!.*! " c ' l "1 "J™ 1 ' mon,, mB nt. 2?h.eYepninj concluding voluntary. CONGREGATIONAL Bev. Wfflard B. Scper The,'church school -will meet at 9:43 d. m. for the primary, junior and senior departments. The beginner and kindergarten 1 departments will meet at' 11 o'clock. The Film .to be shown Is "God's Wonders In Our Own Back Yard." Morning worship will be held at 11 o'clock, -with Mr. Soper preaching on "Portrait of a Second Chance." Children's story will fee "Getting Even." Music: Introductory voluntary. "Cavantina, 1 ' Raff; "Marche Romalne," Gounod; processional hymn No. 94, "For the Beauty of the Earth"; Introit, "Like Aa'The Hart," McCleary; junior anthem Two 'Spirituals, '•Lord, I Want To Be A Christian," and "I've Got.A Joy;" offerTory. "Praise Ye the Name of the Lord," Benedicts today, was guest of honor at a stag party at Hogan's Restaurant last Thursday night. ... A member of the local clergy will go all-out in an attack on gambling when he take's to his pulpit tomorrow... Police headquarters was the scene of a happy reunion yesterday morning when Fenton Herman, a borough native dropped in to visit Chief John J. Gormley and' Captain Anthony A. Malone. ...Mr. H. has made his home in Colorado for the past 15 years and hadn't seen the Chief and Captain for nearly 20 years... his car, sporting an antler for a radiator ornament, caused considerable interest among passing school-boys. Boy Scouts are looking: forward to the Tale-Brown game scheduled Nov. 5 at the Bowl.. .admission cost for Scouts is 20-cents, which Is the federal tax. ..ticket orders for Scouts go to W. E. Perkins, Business Manager, Yale A. A., New Haven, .the price Is the same for Cubs, Scouts and) Explorers.' For those who would like to know how our .government ticks the Government Printing- Office, Diviaion of Public Documents, will send (for $1), a copy of .the U. S. Constitution, with its text, an index and chronology; the Declaration of Independence; rules and customs on the display of the flag; 284 questions and answers about the government; comparisons of Americanism, Fascism, Communism and ether items of Interest. wick monument... Pat O'Donnell and Justine Brophy seen sipping King's Kitchen coffee after taking in a show in Waterbury..; Ed Ginty and son, Jackie spent a day at the Danbury Fair this week.. .Ed was on vacation and took advantage of his free time to .show Jackie what the big show really it... Ed la : quite familiar with the Danbury Fair, having lived in that city for several years. Olympic Bartelli has his car running again...the car ran all right, but for a while tie was unable to stop' it... no brakes... everything Is fine and dandy now. It's happy birthday to date to '. Fred Perlstein, of our advertising department.... Understand. that Fred received a tie from a--;J young lady admirer that would ' knock your eye out... Tomorrow' 5 congratulations will be in order to Flo Niewlnski, who adds an-other candle to her birthday";; cake. ; Ed Hanley, a clerk, Charlie LaChance, a carrier, and John Halaslk, a substitute carrier, have been on vacation from the Naugatuck Post Office for the past week.;.They return to their duties, Monday. • Dot Bean of our editorial staff managed- to shake a bad cold just in time ' to have her tonsils out yesterday.. .Dot tried just about everything to lose the cold before entering Waterbury ' Hospital Thursday afternoon.... hospital officials say she is "doing well." "Soitie Tqtecata," Dubols. Mary G McCleary'ls Minister of Music. "~ The Pilgrim Fellowship will hold its openirtg- session thte Sunday afternoon ai5*,4:30 o'clock. The "eat ecutive committee is in charge of the^ program. ' Monday — The Junior Choir rehearsal; 3:30 o'clock, grades 3 to 8. Aid society bridge- tournament fifth session, 7:45 p. m. Tuesday — Children's Choir rehearsal, 3:30 o'clock, kindergarten, grades 1 and 2. The Adult Choii- rehearsal,. 7: 46 p. m. The teachers and officers of the Church school will hold a supper meeting starting- at' 6 and ending at 8. .Wednesday — The Aid society will hold Its Fall Dessert Bridge at ^1:30 o'clock. All those malting up tables please remember to bring cards. There will be • door prizes .and a (prize, for each table. Mrs..Chester J. Randall is chair• • " iPhursday— The Week-Day School of- Religion 2:30 o'clock. The Boy jScouts'. Troop No.'2, 7:30 p. m. j., J? ; rlday— The Girl Scouts, Troop 'NB,> 4> "3:30 o'clock. This is a new Trqpp ! -of'23 girls just formed. The readers' are IMrs. William J. Dickinson- and Mrs. Frank Schlier. The Girl Scouts, "Troop No. 22, "3:30 o'clock. The Brownies, Troop No. 57;-,'3:30 o'clock. Saturday— The Aid society will hold 'an auction of household furnishings at 10 a. m. IMMANUEL LUTHERAN tr. I* c. A. Theodore A Schrader DOUBLE BARRELED! The Eev,'Theodore A. Schrader, pastor,, 06t High street, telephone 3493. 'v : Sunday—Harvest Home Service. Church school, 9:30 a. m. Worship service, 10:30. a.m. Sermon topic: "The lx>rd of the Harvest." Donations will be accepted for the Lutheran Home for the Aged at Southbury. 7:30 p. m. Executive Committee meeting of the Luther League at the parsonage. Tuesday, 7:30 p. m. Officers and teachers meeting of the Sunday school at the • church hall. /Wednesday, 8 p .m. Ladies' Aid Society meeting. ' -Thursday, 2:40 p. m. Weekday School of Religion. Friday, 8:15 p. m. Junior Choir rehearsal, 7:15 p. m. Senior Choir rehearsal. fRoy W. Beron, organist and director. • • vStNext Sunday is Brotherhood Sunday. The -sound motion picture, "Like A Mighty Army," will be ehoWn at the' church at" 7:30 p! m. Ml members and friends are invited. The program will be in charge of the Brotherhood. (Refreshments •will foHoH» it a social gathering .in the hall after", the picture. titan oHtTROH or CHRIST ,-.;, r SCIBNTIST . a ''Services: Sunday at 10:45 a, m. and.. 7:30 p. m. Sunday-: school at. 10:45 a. m. Wednesday ar»:00 Ip. mi. '"Are -Sin, Disease, and Death -Real?" wljl'be the subject of the Lesson-Sermon for Sunday, October 9, 1940. ..The Golden Text is from Psalms 6ttl,2. "Gtpd be/merciful unto us, and bless us; and cause his 'face to«;shlrie upon us; that thy way maf' be kihown upon earth, thy sttvfngjheaith among all nations." Selections from the Bible include the\^ following: "Arid he sliewed ine a pure river of water bf life, clear as crystal; proceeding out of the throne of God and of the Lanrib." j(Rev. 22:1). .Correlative passages from the Christian Science textbook. "Science and. health with Key to the Scriptures, by (Mary"Baker Eddy; include the' following <p.496): "The Brble contains the recipe for all healing Sin .and sickness, are J»th -healed by the same Principle....^ will \submit to Christian Science when ,in (place of modes ,a*§l forms, the power of-GoS is ' undetsitood and demonstrated in the healini? of mortals, both mind and body." •.,-.•'. . • • '. .. . . ^ 'bd ' ST. MICHAEL'S -,. . Rev. Wlnfred B. tanghorst ' &<• '&f': ' •* • -,'j V The 'services for Sunday', October 8th, 17th Sunday after Trinity, and foT the Week following are- Sunday, Oct. Wli, 7:30 a. m: Holy Communion. 9:80 a. m, Church school. 10:46 a. m. Nursery school, Mrs, Bower in charge. 11:00 a,, TO. Morning ' prayer and sermon Ushers: Ja'ck Conway, Raymond Hanks, Francis- Clark. David Painter. 7:30 p. m. Young People's Fellowship, , ; Monday, October 10th, 4:00 p. m., Building committee meeting. 6:30 IP. m. St. MichaeVM Guild pot lucn stipper. 8:00 p: in. Naugatuck String orchestra. Tuesday, October llth, '0:00 p. m., Vestry meeting. 7:30 p. m., Every Member Canvass committee. 7:30 p. m., Playmakers rehearsal. Wednesday, October 12th,' 1:00 p .m.. Church Helpers meeting (business meeting at 1:00 p. m.). 3:30 (pi m., Children 'is Confirmation class. 3:30 'p. m., Brownes. 8:00 p. m. Adult Confirmation class. Thursday, October 13th, 2:30 p. m.. Weekday School of Religion. 3:30 p. m., Grammar School Girls Oholr rehearsal. 7:00 p. m.. Choir rehearsal. 7:30 p; m., Boy Scouts. Frtdayv 'October 14th: 3:30 p. 'm., Girl Scouts. 7:00 p. m., Boys' Choir rehearsal. 7:30 «pj m. Flaymakera rehearsal. , ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN Missouri Bynod B«v. O. H. Bertram, Pastor Sunday school and Bible class, 9:30. Public worship,,, 10:30. Text: Matthew 27, 35-36, Theme: "Don't Gamble Your Soul Away!" The Lutheran Hour is heard every Sunday over WWCO at 12:80, and over WATR at 3:30 o'clock. The Lutheran Hour now employs both the Mutual and tne American Broadcasting, Companies. . The • new Adult Membership Class will be formed on Wednesday evening. It will include those who wish to join the church, and those who desire to know what the Lutheran church teaches'and confesses: The first meeting will be held at the parsonage. 115 Grove street with a supper at 6:30. . Sunday school teachers' meeting, Thursday evening; 7:30. Release- time schooJ,iTh.urBda,y, r '2:45. "Moments of Comfort" every Saturday morning at 7:45 over WATR. "Don't gamble: The soul is alwavts the stake!" ST. FRANCIS' (Roman Catholic) Rev. Paul P. Keating at 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11. Children's Mass, 8 a. m., down- stair!*. ST. MICHAEL'S ' (Roman Catholic) Beacon Falls B*v. Jerome T. Cook Masses at 8, 9:13 and U- HOLY SAVIOUR (Polish National Catholic) Rev. Frank P. Nlemlec Masses celebrated at 8 and 10:30. ST. HABY'8 (Roman Catholic) Rev. Thomas M. Griffin . Masses at 7 .-SO, 9:30 and 11. ST. HEDWIG'S (Roman Catholic) lev. William J. Topor Masses at 6:30, 8, 9:30 and 11. ST. ANTHONY'S (BomsA Catholic) Prospect, Conn. Rev. Thonuw J. O'OonneU Masses at 7:30, 9 and 10:80. BOSTHOOIBT CHTTRCH Rev. Matthew H. Gates Church school, 9:45. Classen from nursery through High school. Mrs. •Bruce Fisher. superintendent. Morning Wo'nihlp, 11:00. Sermon by the minister, "Toward a Personal Faith." A nursery is conducted during the worship hour for the convenience of parents. Youth Fellowship, 7:00. All young people of high school age are invited. Monday, 8:00, the Official Board swill meet in the church parlor. Tuesday, 7:30, the Committee on Membership and Evangelism will win- meet in the church jparlor. Wednesday, 4:30, Junior Choir practice. Rehearsals are just beginning for the fall season. 8:00, Senior Choir practice. Thursday, 8:00, the Fidelity Bible clars will meet in the church hall. Friday, 8:00. the Twenty Plus Club will meet in the church hall. JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES Victory Over Death will be the subject of an address by J. Haywood, Jr., tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at a meeting of Jehovah's Witnesses in Kingdom Hall, 3 So. Main street. America's schools need $10,000,000,000 for buildings, it is alleged. That's a far cry from the old idea of Mark Hopkins on one end of a log and the/ pupil on the other. SALEM LUTHKRAN (Aunutana Synod) Rev. DflMld L. Kent Donald L. Kent, pastor, 20 Salem street, telephone 2692. Sunday school and Bible class, 9:45 a. m.; divine worship at 10:45 a. m. A nursery is maintained during the Sunday morning worship service for the convenience of parents of small children. Sunday, Oct. 9, Children's Day— Seventeenth Sunday after Trinity; ushers, Allan Johnson and Alan Gabrielson. Music, the prelude, "My Jesus, I Love Thee", Porter; anthem, "Savior Like A Shepherd Lead Uu", Bradbury, Sunday school choir; offertory anthem, "Lead Me. Lord", Wesley, senior choir; the postlude, "Sunday School March in G", Schriner. Sermon topic. "When Loyalty Takes Root". 4:00 p. m. Hartford District Sunday School Teachers meeting a| Cromwell, Conn. Tues.. Oct. 11, 6:30 p. m. Evangeline Circle meeting at the Tran- quillty Farm, Middlebury. Supper will be served at 6:30 p. m. followed by a demonstration of various processes at the farm and a business meeting. Wed., Oct. 12, 6:30 p. m. Luther choir rehearsal. Those having articles to contribute for the rummage sale to be held Thursday and Friday. Oct. 13 and 14, are asked to bring them to the church hall anytime during the day. Thurs., Oct. 13, 2:40 p. m. The Weekday School of Religion, 7 p: m. to 9 p. m.; rummage sale at the church hall, sponsored by the Ladies' Aid Society. 7:45 p. m. senior choir rehearsal. Fr!., Oct, 14, 9 a. m. to 12 noon, rummage sale will be continued. 2:30 p. m., Ladles' Aid Society will meet at the home of Mrs Adolph Nelson, 56 Quinn street. Hostesses will be Mrs. Adolph Nelson and Mrs. Olaf Nelson. 4 p. m., senior confirmation class. Sat., Oct. 15, 9:30 a. m., Sunday school choir rehearsal. HILLSIDE CONGREGATIONAL Sunday, October 9, 3:45 a. m., Sunday school. 11:00 a. m., Morn- Ing worship .Sermon topic: "Kfy to Happiness." 7:30 p. m., evening service. Meditation: "Two Foundations." Wednesday. 8 p. -nx. Our midweek service will be in charge of our Churcii Deacons. Come end receive spiritual inspiration .for your soul. Friday, 2:30 j>- m.. Girl Scout Troop No. 88. 7:30 p. m.. Boy Scout Troop No. 6. 7:45 "p. in.. Church Oholr rehearsal. Look And Learn 1; What machine was invented by Elias Howe? ?. Which is the largest inlet on a U. S. coast? 3. Which is considered by most critics as the greatest play ever written? 4. How marty lugs' has a lobster? Answer* 1. The -sewing machine. 2. Chesapeake Bay. , : 3. Shakespeare's "Hamlet." 4. Eight A Message To Readers Of The NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS The Want-Ad columns of this newspaper carry definite, specific meuaees to the reader They are A^,L news an-i therefore are the most carefully read part ofthe paper. Every day, they Jjear NEW messages of every conceivable sort to thousand, of readers of evgry, type and class. It is this daily changing, in these columns of public wants and needs that creates tremendous reader interest in the other fellows' problems and so through the reader brings results to the advertiser. * «M«» »nu »o THE COST IS SMALL THE SERVICE SATISFACTORY THE RESULTS PROFITABLE Word your ad just as though you were talking to those you wish to inlerest. To insure mclcs * ^d" 108 * satisfactory results, your want-ad must truthfully and fully t*H • »i, words ** save a few P ennic ». f or you wiH »ve both time and money m the end by using enough lines to permit intelligent description. Tor seven days is the proper order to give your want-ad to insure the best result* and receive, the lowest raltes. REMEMBER that when you get results before the seven times are up you can stop your, ad by mail or telephone if you wish, and yon will ft charged only for the actual number of times the ad appeared in tfie uaner This is a »ervice arrangement for the benefit of our advertisers. * USE WANT ADS —to recover lost articles . • ' ' —to sell or buy an automobile — to tell of business or professional services you offer —to secure the right kind of help —to get a job or a better one "'- " —to sell merchandise, poultry, vehicles or livestock • —to rent your rooms or find one — to make any laaxSi of an exchange ? THE ADVERTISING DEADLINE IS 3 P. M. THE DAY BEPOEE INSERTION. —to sell your house or farm or bUy one . ' . Ask for Classified Advertising Dept Waterbury Readers Call 5-2132 • A 3-Line Ad for Three Day Costs Cfcily Sic

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