Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 13, 1949 · Page 12
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 12

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, October 13, 1949
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PAGE EWS JCONg.). THURSDAY, OCT. 13, 1949 V t:»«—WAX»-NAtIOATUCK NEWS WTIC-^Just Plain Bill WLCR—Something Old, Something New WWCO-Capt. Midnight 6:45—WATR—Afternoon Casers WBRY—Curt Mass-ey Timp . «» WTIC—Front Page Farrell * :00—All Stations—New« 6:15—WATR—Sports ol the Day WWCO—Spprtscope WBRY—You & the Lodern Man WTIC—Strictly Sports WL.CR—Sports THE AIR TODAY! G:30—WATR—Von Tobel WTIC—Wrlghtvllle Polks WBRY—John A. Cluney. Sports WI..CR—Supper Serenade WWCO—Who's Talking? 6:45—WRR.Y—-Low-oil Thomns WATR—In. of Naugatuck WTIC—3 Star ISxtra 7 :00—WATR—Headline Edition li'l .rr»—.Vi.v-ii—lijs! [or You WBRY—Lieuerkrawl Male Chorus, Thomaston W\vcu—i- ulton jjewi.s WTIC—Light Up Time 7 :13— WATR—Nat. Ouarcl Show l*r Mother and Dad 1—SxlO KASHMIR PORTRAIT 1 DOZ. PORTRAIT GREETING CARDS r*«**********A $3.95 "•~**»M***»<J HURRY! GET IN THE FAMILY PLAN on Sitting's Taken Before Nov. 1st 1 Dot Portrait Greeting Cards with every Portrait order. ' These cards are finished •from your choice negative we take at this Hitting. A selection of 4 Greeting Card ntylc*. . We MHO Do T Your parents mean a lot to you. They're the best Mother and Dad anyone ever had. So they're deserving of the best gift, too... your family portrait. We'll take a lot of pride and care in its making. But the time is drawing short. So phone today for an appointment. 'ortriilU In Your Home WBRY—Joe Comes Home WTIC—News WWCO—Earlier Shop Quartet 7:30—WATK—David Harding, Counterspy WBRY—Club 15 WTIC—("iuy Lombardo WWCO—Gabriel Hwutf-r 7:43—WBliy—Erlward R. Murrow WWCO—1 L,ove A MyHtery S :00-\VATR— Biomlp : WBP.Y—FBI In Peace & War WTIC—Alilrich Family WWCO—California Caravan 8 :30—WWCO—FlHhlns and Hunting WT1<;—Kullicr Known WHI1V—Mr. Knell WATU—Dnli! With Judy 9:00—WATR—Original Amateur Hour WBRY—Suspense WTIC—Screen Guild Players WWCO—Comedy 'Playhouse 9:30—WBRY—Magic Moments In Opera WTrC— Duffy's .Tavern i :4n—WATK—MuHlu by Guy T^om- linrflo :00-WI!KV-HjLllnmrk I'layhnuxo WATll-CSKS .-.PWS WTIC—Supper Club WWCO—William Shiri-r WWCO—N'owsrcol :SO—WBIIY— ^—luor WT If—Til A WATI!—.S'oiii"0fir. \- WWCO—MtiHle You :00—AM Station* TTcw.s :ir>—wnuv—.vinht Shut WTIC'—Morion l')owney WATK—Sports WH'CO-U. .V. 'Cortay :30—WTIC— Appointment w i(li J WATK—OeiliM l)n.]li-e On-li WWCO—Uanc-e Orch. :00—All Stations —News TEI^KTISIOS Ollie . . 5 :00—Teletunes S: 4 5—Howdy Doody B:00—TBA 6:80—1^0116 Ranger 7:00—Kukla. Fran & 7:30—Morton Downey 7 :'ir>—New.sreel 8:00—stop the Music 9:00—Moroy Am.sterdain Show P: MO—Crusade In Europe 0 :5fi—News 10:ftO—Private "Bye 10:30—Late News WCHS Channel 2 4 :SO—Music, I'atn. Review Wr-nl •! :4T>—Classified Column ,-, :0fj— Vanity Pair S:30—The Chuck Wagon ti:30-— Ijucky Pup •4r.—B'lij Howard Show :00—Dloni- jMcity, : SO—Television NI-WH 7 :4fi—The Sonny Keiulln Hliow 7:Sr,—Ruthiu on the Telephone S-00—Front i'agc K'30—Inside C.H A n.-on—led Wynn !) :30—Film 'shorts !i :•!"'— Blues Hy Biirny H/.-liw—Ki-e. eilom f/ujMe AwarilM WMIT Channel « r, :.'10—Howrly Dondy (I :00—Wi-sli;rn Fllm.s 1:30—ICnsy DoeK H fi :.).-,—Judy .Splinters 7:00—JCiikln. Fran & Ollle 7 ::ut—Morton I )(»wney 7:<1fi—Xews Cm-avail S:00—Veiled 1-rophetH P.all S:::0—Mar.v, Kay K. Johnny !l :0«—Fii-ehall 10:00—Martin Kune 10:30—Weatherman in :r!n_%vw« 10:4"i—Trotting Races ALWAYS BAKES JUST RIGHT CUPLETS CUP CAKE MIX Cuplets' precision blend of finest ingredients gives light and tender cup cakes or one nine inch layer at every baking. Easy, too. Just add an egg and milk, and bake. Get The Message . *. Be Refreshed Librarians Invited To Attend Three feirigs Ifcxt Week Librarians and " 'chairmen of library boards have been invited to participate In a series of three neighborhood library meetings sponsored by the Bureau of Libraries of the Connecticut State Department of Education. In announcing the program, Miss Katharine H. Wead, acting head of the bureau, pointed out that the meetings have been planned especially to give practical help to small libraries. , At each of the meetings 'the chief speaker . wil be Miss Ridgeway, Public Library Specialist for the American Library Association. After close study of libraries in Rhode Island and New York, Miss Ridgeway now Works with large and small lihiaries throughout the country. The first meeting will be held at the Torrlngton Library on Wednesday, Oct. 19, 1949, at 10 a. m. The second meeting will be held at Russell Library, Middletown, on Thursday at the same hour. Rockville Library will be the scene of the final meeting on Friday. . " Discussion by the members of the audience will follow after the main address. There will be a display of bulletins and pamphlets on many subjects of interest to adults, and a display of new children's books. Miss Dorothy Cramer, librarian, will welcome those attending the Torrington meeting, with Judge James M. Kejly, president of the board giving the greeting at Middletown. Mr. Howard Wood, President of the Board of trustees, will open the meeting at Rockville. Arrangements for luncheon will be made for each group. Company-Financed Pension Plan Only Steel Strike Solution Pittsburgh, Oct. 13—(UP)-CIO President Philip Murray says the great steel strike will continue until the industry agrees to steelworkers' demands for company-financed pensions. Speaking over a nation-wide hookup (ABC), Murray repeated charges that the steel Industry forced the strike upon the union und: the people. Murray covered the history of the negotiations since they began June 15. He said a review of the fuel Ending board'B printed pro-,; ceedlngs would settle any doubt ais lo who is responsible for. the present strike. Murray said his union decided to follow the board's recommendation for a company financed six-cent pension and fourr cent insurance plan. Murray quoted the board as saying the companies could afford the pensions and still reduce steel prices* The steelworkers' head said'19 leading steel companies made more than $600,000,000 in 1948 and that profits this year are even higher. And then he pointed to the Ford Motor Co. settlement as an example that other Industries do not oppose the non-contributory pension plans. • OTTISB UNDER AUTHORITY Of THE COC-»-COtA COMPANY BY COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF WATERBURY, INC. Butternut Squash Gains In Popularity Storres, Oct. 14—Have you wondered what that tan - colored. smooth-skinned vegetable is that ooks like part of a dumb-bell?..It's i butternut squash, a newcotilier to the vegetable counter. Ten years ago a butternut squash was practically unknown, according to Mildred B. Smith, consumer education specialist with 'the Agricultural Extension Service, University of Connecticut. Even as recently as four years ago butternut squash was not included in the wholesale price lists issued by the Connecticut Department of Farms and Markets. It is rapidly gaining in favor now, and with good reason. This squash is a versatile vegetable; it can be served with the main course as a vegetable, or for dessert in a pie. Its small size and solid flesh, as well as its flavor, makes butternut squash popular with homemakers, The butternut squash crop is large this year and prices are_ reasonable. Now is a good time to can or freeze some for pies next winter. WilJiston Academy To Induct Stevens lEasthamtpton, Majss.—PhipJips Stevens, former industrialist, civic and church leader of New Haven, Connecticut, win be formally inducted as the iin.ih headmaster of .Williston Academy here Saturday October 29. Principal speaker at the exercises to mark IMr. Stevens' induction as one of the youngest headmasters of a major preparatory school will be the dean of Am'erj- can headmasters. Dr. Lewis Perry, .principal emeritus of The Philips Exeter Acade.-nv. ' ©1949, The Coco-Colo Company Teacher To Describe Recent French Tour The Naugatuck High SchtfSl French Club will meet rieixt \Vi8- nesday evening at the high school it was announce^ today by Kaymond K. Foley, acting principal/ "v Miss Mary Burke, ieacher ol French at the school, who tou^d France during the summer, wijl apeak on her experiences. Mis? Colette Daly is club advisor. Chattel' ' The first Parents Night of the school year has been scheduled for Thursday evening, Oct. 20, from 7 to 9 p. m. They were a big success last year, .and the office is hoping for a good turnout this year. =iid criticizereferees^it., will be necessary to exclude them from all school gatherings. The JuniorettoH held their open- In K Tea Monday afternoon. It wag open to all girls of the high school. Students, who are absent from school for more than one week, i,. e ee „ i K <5 e IS? ti0 " Week •* >»« ln 6|must now visit our school nurse celebrated this week. .Folders on Miss Brooks. how to prevent ,flre» were given out, and fire drill* were held. We wish to congratulate the Senior Cheerleaders, Ann Rathburn, Marilyn Carlson, 'Wanda Klimas- leaki, and Margretta Deegan, for their splendid job in. making the Pep dance two weeks ago such a success. ''..,... It appears without a doubt it was .the,.finest ever held both socially and financially. The next two Pep Dances will be held : <m Oct. 22 following the Crosby game, and Nov. 5 follow- Ing the Leavenworth game. The Senior class sale of Christmas Cards is going fairly well, but it is hoped that the orders will start coming in stronger in the next two weeks. Glenn Dansby, Freshman, who was Injured in a JV Football game last week will. be home from the hospital soon. We're glad to see such a rapid recovery. The students of our school, who are being taught in all classes the highest type of sportsmanship, are .quickly recognizing, at school affairs and athletic contests, the presence '. of a few non-students, who are conducting themselves, so as to bring some small discredit to our school. If this small group continues to ridicule our opponents A .change has been made in the Naugatuck High school's basketball schedule this year, with. Naugatuck playing a "home and home" series with Wilbur Cross, and Hillhouse High schools of New Haven. French and Frethman Engll teacher, -will give on recent trip to France, at the ing of the French Club ayxt Members of the Senior filled out cards. Indicating college* they plan, pr wlmh to In the past the locals have played I tend, but one game with each team, and that being In the Waterbury Armory. The officers of the Senior class have the honor of being the first members of the newly formed Student Council. By the end of th'e year all four classes will be represented In the Council. Teacher's. Convention Day will be held Friday, Oct. 28. There will be no school that day. Also we will have Armistice Day, , Nov. 11, and Thanksgiving Week-1 end,' starting Nov. 24, off. I The Senior Issue of Garnet Glimpses, the Naugatuck High school newspaper, under the supervision of Miss Louise Grainger, Is coming along fine, and will be out the latter part of the month. "Backstage in Radio and Television" was the subject of the Senior assembly yesterday morning. As the assembly was held on a Wednesday, a longer period :day, the schedule had to be changed to seven short periods. Many of the students In Mrs. MatzkinVU. g. History class** are preparing "Term Papers," which Coach "Gimbo" Sullivan huaU» ed training . his Garnet and Gra, swimmers at the local Y pool du| ing the past week. Any boyi wh wish to try out tor the team ai requested to see "Gimbo" at tl T. SHOOTS COW A 21-year-old Lakeville man fac a Superior Court trial on a char,,, of malicious killing of cattle. Pollcl said Howard Dennis shot a neig - „, . r> -— «"••". •»«m=ii BU.IU nowaru uennis snot a n will be due the end of the month. I bor's cow and cut off the Miss Mary Burke, Sophomore steaks. Teachers had programs scheduled yesterday for the celebration of Columbus Day. The Naugatuck High School Football squad, still striving to win their first game of the season, will play host to Shelton High under the lights at the local Recreation Field, this Saturday evening. Last Saturday night's game ! saw Naugatuck fall before a strong <Torrington squad, 19-7. 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