Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 11, 1949 · Page 10
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 10

Publication:
Location:
Naugatuck, Connecticut
Issue Date:
Tuesday, October 11, 1949
Page:
Page 10
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 10 article text (OCR)

PACE IQ^-NACGATPCK NEWSJCONNJ, Tt7BST>AY, OCT. 11, 1049 One Application Needed For NSLI Dividend Payment Veterans who have submitted an application for the special National Service Life Insurance dividend are urged by Harry T. Wood. manager of the Hartford Regional QWce of the Veterans Administration, not to send in another, even though the first application may have been incomplete. "If the applicants name, addresu or signature are properly shown on the form',' Manager Wood said "the VA probably will be able to fill in the voids. Mailing of a duplicate application only disrupts the production lines and results in delay/- Manager Wood said that in most instances the missing data can be obtained from other records maintained by the VA. In cases where essential information is not available, or the form otherwise is not acceptable, the individuals concerned will be notified by the VA and- requested to submit a new application. Uore than seven million applications were received in Washington in the first week after the forms became available on Aug. 28, and they were still rolling in at the rate of a million a. day. About 16-million (present and former holders of National Service Life Insurance are expected to apply for their share of the $2.8 billion dividend. Report Diphtheria Outbreak This Year In Bridgeport An outbreak of diphtheria in Bridgeport this year %vas reported by Mila E. Rindge, M. D., Epidemiologist, state department of health, in the October Health Bulletin released today. Dr. Rindge pointed out that the disease is entirely preventable through immunization, yet unfortunate incidents such as this outbreak which caused the deaths of three children still occur. She said that parents must see that their children are effectively protected nt all times from this disease. Constant vigilance on the part of physicians is also necessary. Forty-four cases of diphtheria were reported from Bridgeport in the first five months of the year. The epidemic started near one of the housing projects, and most of the cases occurred in the project and in neighboring areas. Before the peak was reached, however. cases were being reported from nearby towns and cities. Twenty- seven of the cases were male, 17 were female. The average age of those attacked was nine years. None of the children who died had ever been immunized. Of * the 41 other cases, 32 had never been immunized, 7 had been immunized in infancy but . had never received booster doses of the immunizing agent, and two were said to have been immunized in 1948, but were never Schick tested. TELEVISION EVERYONE CAN AFFORD IN A BEAUTIFUL MAHOGANY CABINET _ ONLY INCLUDES ALL TAXES PRICE OF SET $98.04 CONN. SALES TAX $1.96 NO EXPENSIVE OUTDOOR AERIAL IS NEEDED IN 9 OUT OF 19 FAVORABLE LOCATIONS $1.25 A WEEK OR $5.00 A MONTH slO ONLY CLOSED MONDAY DOWN — Lincoln (0 Store WEST 'DEAD END KID' NOW A FATHER ItJSPECTINO HIS SLEEPING son during the Infant'i debut in Hollywood. former "Dead End Kid" Huntr Hall, now a featured screen actor, teems to be trying to find some resemblance between himself and little Leslie. The mother wat an Earl Carroll beautar. I International Smtndnhato) Cerebral Palsy Orientation Meet Set For Newington An orientation institute in cerebral palsy for physical therapists and occupational therapists will be held at the Newington Home and Hospital for Crippled Children in Newington, Oct. 17-22, Contents of the -lectures and demonstrations will be: general problem, definition of cerebral palsy, facilities in Connecticut; etiology and neurological aspects in- Geo. Wigglesworth & Son, Inc PMJMBING, HEATING and AIR CONDITIONING MAPLE STKEET 24 Hour Oil Burner Service TEL. 6268 SEE THE NEW" UNIVERSAL, WASHES at Gerald's Appliance — New Low Prices — 107 SPUING ST. UNION CITY TELEPHONE £661 CAESAR KRZYKOWSK3 Painter — Decorator 19 BRENNAN ST. TEL. S785 Free Estimates Full Insurance Coverage eluding a consideration of the care of mental defectives with this condition; clacsification of cerebral palsy, description of various types; medical and surgical treatment; physical therapy; occupational therapy; speech therapy; developmental examination and psychological testing; and a round table discussion on home care, nursing, social services, workshop, home bound and rehabilitation programs and recreation. Following the lectures and demonstration, the therapists will spend 40-80 hours work- Ing with children under supervision. After these therapists return to their positions in hospitals and clinics, they will continue to receive help in the treatment of cerebral palsy patients from a consultant physical therapist or occupational therapist. Those wishing to attend should apply to the Division Of'Crippled Children, Bureau of Maternal and Child Hygiene, Connecticut State Department of Health, Hartford. A certificate will be issued to those attending the institute. The state health department, Ne%vington Home and Hospital for Crippled Children, Yale University School of Medicine, the Connecticut Society, for Crippled Children and Adults and the Cerebral Palsy Association of Connecticut are cooperating to provide the institute for Connecticut therapists. SPEEDING William Cariello, of 19 Baldwin street, Naugatuck, was granted a continuetnce until Oct. 26 when he appeared in Waterbury City Court yesterday. He is charged with speeding. /yiEETONEW OUR BEST,,, SALESMEN ''\ • Look again, mister. You'll be one of our most valuable salesmen ... from the moment you drive off in that new Ford. You see, we figure that, if your Ford treats you well you'll speak well of us. So we give you the best possible care i . . sticking to factory-proved methods *.. keeping a stock of genuine Ford Parts . . . and having a staff of Ford-trained mechanics at your service. Since our reputation rides in your Ford, we want to make sure the ride is trouble-free! YOUR FRIENDLY DEALER 26 State 4-H Club Members To Make Trip To Chicago Connecticut 4-H ahib members winning- trips to Chicago and Washington, D. C., and other prizes for outstanding 1 achievement in their work during the past year have been" announced by R, W. Whaples, state club, lender. Each year, county 4-H club agents submit nominations of outstanding 4-H boys and girlu and their records in their county for consideration for th« various trips" and prizes. The nominations are judged in" the state '4-H office by a committee of state and county 4-H workers and winners are then selected. OUjbb -members taking the trip to the National 4-H Club Congress in Chicago will leave on Nov. 2fi and i return to Connecticut th«v following Saturday, Dec'. 3. The winding.' i-Hers and their pro- jecti arty Esther Ofshay, Mart- boro, canning; Beatrice Kraus, New4ngtQiJv 'clothing; Virginia Easton, 'Harwlnton, dress revue; Gaik ^Crawford, Marlboro, food (preparation ; Gertrude P 1 a 1 1, Brookfleld 'Center, girl's record; Paul Stage), Vernon, poultry; Donald 1 Kelly, Mil ford, farm, safety; and Claude Knight, North Stonington, garden. Other -winners announced will attend the National 4-H Club Camp in Washington, D. C., next June, Chosen for their all-around 4-H club record, achievements and leadership, they include, Joan Ab- bott.i; Voluntown; June Ketsey, Mid-dletown; Ernest Stnebner Franklin ; and Alfred Vain Goshen. ' Women Republicans Plan State Meeting Aii all day conference has' been announced by the , Connecticut Couricil of Women's Republican Clubs, Inc., and will be held at the Hotel Bond, Hartford, Oct. 22, at whicfh time nationally known speakers will be present. DisHcusalon groups begin the program at 10:30. Anyone interested is Invited to make luncheon resetvations. At;, this conference prizes will be awarded for the Grass Roots contest .which closes Oct. 16.', .'t . • . ; Facet Deportation ARRESTED on a deportation warrant, Mrs. Antonia Sentner, 43, of St. Louis, Mo., is shown after being freed on $2,000 bond. Wife of American-born William Sentner, the admitted Communist union leader, she was-charged:with .belonging to an organization which advocates overthrow of the U. S. Government by loree.' She is listed as a citizen of Yugoslavia. .(international) Ansonia Firm Appeals Compensation Award A $24,000 workmen's compensation award has been appealed to Superior Court by the Farrel- Birmingham Co.. •' • Ansonia. • The award was made to Marcelino Costa, of New Haven, by Harry Krasow, workmen's compensation commissioner, Costa, formerly employed by the Ansonia tlrm .contracted sillco- tuberculosis In the course of his work. He was a chipfeer for 11 years, working hi the presence of highly concentrated silica dust, particles of which entered the lunga, 'inducing tuberculosis. The precedent-settinig compensation award covers retroactive disability payments as well as costs incurred in sanitarium treatments. Wood Urges Veterans To Make 3-Point NSLI Checks Of ten Veterans holding National Service Life Insurance are advised by Harry T. Wood, manager of the Hartford Regional Office of the Veterans Administration, to give their policies periodic three-point checks to make sure that the insur- a n c e protection meets current needs. "The first point to check, 1 ' said Manager Wood, "is the amount of insurance .carried. A veteran may decide that the full $10,000 allowed by law is more than he'needs at present, but on the other hand, if his protection is less than that and he can afford to carry the full amount, he might do well to increase his protection. His own individual circumstances determine his needs. "Point No. 2 to check is the type of insurance carried. Besides term policies, National Service Life Insurance offers six permanent plans, and the veteran may choose any one or combination of them to suit his own needs. The third point to check concerns the veteran's beneficiary—who will receive the proceeds of the policy, and in what manner. The veteran should remember that he can change his beneficiary arrangements at any time. "Also, he should remember that whenever he desires information concerning hie insurance, he may obtain it at any VA office. Two Compensation Claims Approved Roger Brennan, 15 Wolf aven-je. Beacon Falls, was awarded payments of $32 for two wc-eks from the State of Connecticut, Park and Forest department, according to a stipulation approved yester- terday by Workmen'iS Compensation Commissioner Harry Krasow. The award was made for chemical pneumonitis, which Brennan contracted while working for thp department. Albie Cross, of 179 Charter Oak street. East Haven, was awarded $32 weekly starting Sept. 9 from the W. J. Mesjin Co. for a lacerated arm. NESCO • PORTABLE BOOM HKATEB $10.85 WEISS BEN FEAKKLJN 8TOKK CHPBCH ST. NAUGATCCK If It's Anything tor You* Floor Call ARRAY FLOOR COVEKINGS SO Diamond St. Tel. VIS Enjoy A DELICIOUS SANDWICH at ROOKY'S WAYSIDE KITCHEN Waterbury Road at Plaits Mills Open Dally 12 Noon to 12 Midnight Sundays 3 P. M. to 12 Midnight CHRISTMAS GREETING CARDS With a Portrait of You! TIllnODEAC Jfearj BulMiDR STUDIO T*l. tlti The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 87 CHURCH STREET Tel. 5238 AT LIGHT BULB DEALERS OR OUR STORE-NOW/ A 100-WATT LIGHT BULB FREE! WITH EVERY HANDY LAMP KIT The Handy Lamp Kit is a packaged assortment of six popular-size household light bulb* — four 60-watt, one 100-watt, one 150-watt and one 100-watt free — seven bulbs in all FOR ONLY 95* (tax included) BRING THIS COUPON TO YOUR DEALER OR TO OUR STORE **COUPON * FOR ONE EXTRA 100-WATT ELECTRIC LIGHT BULB This Coupon, properly filled in with the customer's name and addren, is redeemable under the terms stated herewith for one 100-watt electric light bulb upon the purchase of one "Handy Lamp Kit" — a packaged assortment of six popular household bulbs. Only residential electric customers of The Connecticut Light and Power Company are eligible and purchases must be made in the stores of regular light bulb dealers located in the areas served by The Connecticut Light and Power Company or in the stores of The Connecticut Light and Power Company. This offer is in effect during the period beginning October 3, 1949 and coding November 5, 1949. THE EXTRA 100- WATT BULB IS PACKED IN THE HANDY LAMP KIT Customtr's Ntmt. AAl mt Print) City or Town. USE THIS COUPON Print your name and address, cut out coupon at dotted line and take it to any cooperating dealer located in the areas served by The Connecticut Light and Power Company or to any of our store*. ..J •-:?% '" 1 *-**S? ... . -A,^ THECONNECTICU IGHT & POWER Co.. A Business-Managed, Tax-Paying Company

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page