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October 13, 1949

Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 4

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PACE 4—NAUOATCCK NEWS (CONN.). THURSDAY, OCT. 13. 1M» SOCIALS—PERSONALS Celebrate At Combined Party A combined birthday celebration was held recently at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Monroe, Wooster street. The honor guests were Martin Jeznach, Mrs. Monroe's father, whose birthday was Oct. 1; Mrs. A. Posila. his daughter, Oct. 7. and Mrs. Monroe, Oct. Those attending included: Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. John Kolodziej, Mrs. Mary Rybinski, Mrs. Frances Babbett, Mrs. Rheta Monroe Lave, Miss Helen Kurylak, Robert Phillips, William McLellan, Jack Monroe, Clifford Hotchkiss, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Posila, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe, Ruth Murial Babbitt and John Kilodziej, Jr. Church Auction Sat. Morning Auctioneers for the auction Saturday morning at 10 o'clock in the Congregational Church parish house, are William Chittenden, Robert Knapp, Roger Goodeve and Donald Brubaker, it was announced today by Mrs. J. Scott, Brown, a member of the arrangements committee. The auction is being sponsored by the Ladies' Aid Society of the Church. A truck has been furnished for the use of the Aid Society tonight and Friday night to transport Items to the parish house for the sale. Those who wish their items collected are asked to call Mrs. Victor Chambers. Honored At llth Birthday Miss Frances Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Johnson of Arch street was honored on the occasion of her llth birthday recently. Games were played and the young guest received many Sifts. Attnding were Maureen White, .Handra Schwartz, Sally McCann, .Sophie Zopka, Sandra Mikletonas, Frances Boisvert, Thelma Nelson, rienise Johnson, William Allen, f'rcrdon McCann, Joseph Scullin, Joseph Bor.sc$s, Anthony Vierra, Joseph Vierra, Mrs. Earl White, Mrs. Edgar Boisvert, Mrs. Charles Johnson and George Johnson. Entertains At Luncheon Mon. Mrs.. William M. Chittenden of Fairview avenue was hostess at a luncheon Monday for the Waterbury Wheaton Club. Mrs. Chittenden, secretary-treasurer, read the reports at the annual meeting that followed. Election of officers waa the business of the meeting. Mrs. George L. Cushman of North Woodbury was elected president; Mrs. W. Craig Barber, vice-president, and Mrs. Chittenden was reelected secretary-treasurer. The next meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. Howard C. Farwell in Watertown on November 7. CEMENT MILLS There are 149 Portland cement rr.anufacturing mills in 34 U. S. Something New! Something Different! The New General-Electric PORTABLE DISHWASHER Shaped like a Washer wit Sazy rollers—attach to sin_ mtlet, plug in A. C. current! vnd in no time at all your dishes are spic and span. Come and see it now. Perms 0^*169.95 158 GRAND STREET Waterbury Auxiliary Appoints At a meeting of the 2nd District of the American Legion Auxiliary held ln»t evening In New Haven, Mrs. Edna Goughlin, president of the 2nd District appointed Miss Frances Braziel, past president of Unit 17 as District Pan American chairman. Also appointed was Mrs. Thomas A. Broder, past district president, as .Distinguished Guest Chairman of the District. Attending last night's meeting were President Dorothy Broder, Mrs. Thomas A. Broder, Miss Ann Nolde, Mrs. Florence Farrell, Miss Frances Braziel, Miss Mary Leary and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wilcox. The Auxiliary will hold a card party this evening at 7:30 p. m. at the Legion Home. Mrs. Margaret Maxwell is chairman of the affair and has requested that those who play please bring their own cards. Mrs. Fremont W. Tolles, editor of The Glendalc Manner monthly newspaper of the community club has announced that chest x-rays will be taken on October 18 from 5 to 8 p. m. in the club house. Mr. and Mrs. J. Scott Brown of Nettleton avenue have had as their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cox of St. Petersburg, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Cox also visited their son, Harry Cox, Jr., a ministerial student at Princeton University. Clark Randolph Gates, son of Rev. and Mrs. Matthew Gates has returned to his home from the Waterbury Hospital. Joint Education Action Proposed Hartford, Oct. 13—(U P>—Joint action by citizens and -educators in educational planning is advocated by the head of the State Education Department. Commissioner Finis E. Engleman said that once the general public understands the objectives and problems of the educators, better school facilities and educational programs will result. Dr. Engleman spoke at the 10th annual convocation of the State Education Department in Hartford. PROMOTED Norwich, Oct. 13—(TJP1—The clyinical director of the - Norwich State hospital has been named assistant superintendent of the institution. He is Dr. Conrad O. Ranger. He is a veteran of World War II and was engaged in private practice at Manchester, New Hampshire before coming to Norwich. "SPEC" HAS GUESTS Fran "Spec" Shea of the Yankees had as his guests in Naugatuck today Gus Niarhos, Yankee catcher, and George Sternweias, second baseman. The trio were the center of attraction when they breakfasted at Ted's Diner. They will play in Torrington tonight. There are more than 700,000 beds n U. S. mental hospitals. Clearance Sale i Our loss is your Gain!! 1—Firestone Electric Ironer ... $99.50 2—Reo Power Mowers $94.50 ea. 1—Reo Trimalawn with* Snow Plow $169.50 2—Coldwell Power Mowers .. .$149.50 ea. The NaugatuckFuel Co. 87 CHURCH STREET Coroner Reports " Miss Paight Planned Death Of Her Father Bridgeport, Oct. 13—(UP)—Coroner Theodore E. Stciber issued a finding today-, holding 20-year-old Carol Palgrit of Stamford criminally rcnpondlblo for. the<-'kllllng of heir policBmnn-fnthor. Steibcr says that, a statement by Carol that she shot her father to spare him a lingering- death from cancer is—as he put it—"apparently intended to' make out a case of so-called mercy killing". The coroner points .out that at a recent "inquest into the slaying, (t was brought- out that'Carol test- fired the murder weapon In a woods before she killed her father at Stamford Hospital. "This indicates that the killing was carefully planned and therefore was willful and deliberate," the finding says. Carol—who was hysterical for days after the murder and confined at Stamford Hospital—is now in Jail awaiting court action. A grand Jury will be called— probably in January-—to decide whether she should be indicted. POSTPONED San Francisco—The voyage of the liner "President Wilson" to the Orient has been postponed Indefinitely.. .apparently because of a dispute between two unions. The A. F. of L. Sailors union reportedly refuses to man the ship. The salloi-s and the C-I-O cooks and stewards had a fight aboard the luxury liner last August. At Father's Inquest Accused of the "mercy killing" of her cancer-ridden father, Carol Ann Paight IB shown as she appeared at the official Inquest in Bridgeport, Conn. On advice of council, she refused to testify, but Stamford Police Sgt. John Mclncrney said the girl admitted fatally shooting 1 her parent, a police sergeant, when she learned of his critical condition. (Int.) JURY CHARGED ; New York—Federal Judge Medina has charged the jury In the Communist conspiracy trial, saying it was not called upon to "pass on the merits of Communism, capitalism or any other ism." No Decision Reached On Louis' Petition To Bex In Boston Boston, , Oct. 13 — (UP) — Former world's heavyweight champion Joe Louts must wait a few days more before learning whether he la too old to don the glovcH again In The Massachusetts State Boxing Commission concluded a meeting on the matter today by referring the problem to Attorney General Francis Kelly for a ruling. The amended state boxing law clearly, states that no fighter under 18 or over 35 is eligible to engafee In boxing or sparring matches in the state. Louis was 35 last May. However, because of Joe's past record and because of vigorous protests from promoters, the boxing commission has decided to seek a special ruling before making any decision. Joe Louis is scheduled -to battle Johnny Shkor at Boston about Nov. 14 in an exhibition bout. DISASTER London—Wartime Foreign Minister Anthony Eden warned the British people today that Socialism spells disaster for a country which has known political freedom. Eden called for immediate general elections at the opening session of the Conservative party conference. Drivers Arrested After Accident On Riverside Drive Two motorists were ordered to appear in borough court 'Saturday morning, following a collision in which no one was injured yoster- tlny nftoi'noon on Rlvoivuldo drlvo. Michael Boruos, 23, of 190 Lewis street, traveling south along Riverside drive, claims his car was struck as he turned into Mezzio's service elation, by a northbound vehicle operated by James H. Mc- Cormlck, 31, of Slade avenue, Oakville. The front of McCormick's car was extensively damaged and had to be towed from the scene of the crash. The rear right side of the Borsos car was considerably damaged. Both men are charged 'with violating the motor vehicle laws. Investigating officers were Patrolmen Joseph Farren and Henry Racki. Second Sister Dies As Result Of Auto Accident Injuries (By United Press) An automobile accident at Danbury Monday has taken tho life of a Bcconcl mcmbor of iho Schulzc family. Nlnoteen-yeur-ohl Cornelia Schulze of Danbury died at a hospital while funeral services were being conducted for her 15-year-old sister, Ruth. The Schulze girls and three other teen-agers were injured when the car in which they were riding left the highway and crashed into a tree. Three other persons injured in the mishap arc still hospitalized. Australian power plants and railways use 11,000 tons of coal annually. Resident Fined For Overloading Truck Charged with overloadng his truck with stone, Carmen Cavallo, 31, of 125 South Main street, was flried $60 in .Bristol court yesterday by Judge Irving S. Joseph. Prosecutor Louis F. Hanrahan said Cavallos truck was carrying 24,415 pounds of stone, 12,665 pounds over the maximum capacity. BODY Ansonin, Oct. 13 <T.T J > An em- ploye of the American Bran,- company missing- since October first has been found in the NauKatuck river. According to a medical examiner's retort, 6>year-o!d Joseph Zanowich committed suicide. Westport Faced With Secession Threat Westport. Oct. 13—(UP)—A miniature civil war is brewing in Westport. The 50 families in the Saugatuck Shores section are up in arms be- • cause they say the town refuses to ' take care of Harbor road, the only outlet into town. Spokesman for the group is the well-known music commentator, Sigmund Spaeth. He has served notice that unless the town maintains the road the residents will ask for a referendum, paving the way for secession and annexation by Norwalk. 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