Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 14, 1949 · Page 5
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Education Board (Continued -From Page One) and third grades. The matter was left to the discretion of the superintendent. Mr. Chtttenden reported that a patrolman has been assigned to duty at Carroll street, near Central Avenue School, in the morning and at noon. Last year a patrolman •was assigned to the Rubber avenue sector, Mr. Chittenden said, but no patrolmen have been assigned there this year. He stated that he planned to .ask that a patrolman be provided in that area. Permission was granted to Mr. Chittenden to attend meetings of the New England Superintendents' Association, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, Jn Swampscott, Mass. On- FCKLS V. S. FARMS Tulsa — Petroleum supplies the fuel and lubricants for more than 3.150.000 farm tractors and 15,000,000 farm implements. Beacon Fails (Continued From Pago One) United Church will hold a special meeting Monday night at T?an- quility Farm, Middiebury. The group will meet at the church at 5:45 p. m. and leave at 6. Dinner will be served between 6:30 and 7. Mrs, James Reilly, president, will preside at a business meeting which will follow. Transportation will be fvirnished, from the church. ~~ i'S SERVICE STATION and GARAGE t M Bobber AT*. Tel M«7 — Front End Work — N. Y. Tripp Plans for an excursion trip to New York city, Sunday, Oct. 23, and a tour of Radio City. St. Patrick's Cathedral and other potnTs of interest were made at a meet" ing of the White Eagle Society r Auxiliary Wednesday night. Mrs. Adam Swierczewski, president, announced today. About 25 members- have niiade reservations. Other members and their friends who wish to go are asked to notify Mrs. Swierczewski before Sunday Oct. 16. If Iff Aa/thlnr rmr Tour Floor Call ARRAY f LOOK COVEKINGS W Diamond at. TeL MIS SPUDS ARE POPULAR Potatoes, one of America's principal crops, are grown in every state in the Union. Too Late To Classify WAITED-Cook manager lor Center Schoo , school lunch program, approximately no meals served flally. One mil time helper and one part time helper available. Approximate hours 9 a. m. to 2 p. m. Salary $1,000 per school year. Apply Mrs. Harold Ek- 1 « nd ' Box 267. Beacon Falls, or phone 6576, Naugatuck I THE AIR TO WTlC-Just Plain Bill WWCO—Tom Mix :«-WBRY-Curt Massey WTIC—Front Pa'ge Parrell :00-A1I Stations-News i:15—WATR—Sports ol the Day WWCO—Sportscope ' WBRY-You & The Modern Man WTIC-Strictly Bports 1:30 ~JV A T?- Von Tobel ; SportB WBRY—John A. 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