Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 14, 1949 · Page 6
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 6

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, October 14, 1949
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PAGE WMl^^HMMBHW^^M^^^^M^^^MI^a^H^^HMll^MiB Dr. Baker Commends Glendale Group In X-Ray Program In a statement issued today, Di^. Walter I. Baker, Health Officer TONY'S Poultry Market 100 JOHN STREET Tel. 2691 Finest Live Paltry, Fresh Killed and Dressed to Your Order. BROILERS, FRYERS, BAKERS, ETC. In All Sizes. FRESH EGGS at ALL TIMES commended the Glendale Manor Community Club for their promotion of a chest X-ray sslrvey on Tuesday, October" 18. "It is an encouraging sign for better cc'.mnunity health," said £>r. Baker, "when such a- group appreciates the need for a routine chest X-ray as part, of an individual's health i;/rogram. While surveys in other towns indicate we j may expect to find no more than [ one case <of Tuberculosis for every hundred people X-rayed, it is worth while to fino* that one case in an eariy stage of the disease when treatment is more effective, and the f.tmily may be protected from further exposure. These films may also indicate 'any other abnormal chest conditions which may be present." The cost of the X-ray will be borne partly by the individual and partly toy . the Tuberculosis League of Waterbury. For further infor- ' mation call 5452 or 5D96. -NEW YORK "CITY OF TIMES SQUARED Everybody'* Ho*n*T*> ASSURED At Th* Cantor Of Activity JULIS B. ZEIP «>••»« !•> DJncfw «• ran • Mt uns 'M IMin • UltYUIOI ••tot frwn $3.50 daily MODERN • FIREPROOF A/ft-CONDiriONID '. DININO ROOMS and 5» COCKTAIt LOUNOC \ , MUJU I ENTEIUINMEn j 120WEST44THSTJ A BLOCK FROM BROADWAY • A BLOCK FROM 5TH AVE. A STEP FROM ROCKEFELLER CENTER OPEN TONIGHT UNTIL ft. 8:45! 191-199 CHURCH STREET NAUGATUCK Store Open Daily Monday thru Saturday, 9:30 to 3:45 . . . also Friday Nights Thinking Ahead is the job of our research people. Their work pays off in better products, better public service. Naugatuck Chemical DIVISION OF UNITED STATES RUBBER COMPANY "Serving Through Science" WHEN IT DROPS AGAIN BE SURE YOU'RE WARM AND COZY Right now (before Jack Frost starts breathing cold shivers down your back) is the time to make repairs and improvements that will cause you to laugh at the weather. Bring your heating system up to date Insulate. Add storm doors and windows. Caulk up cracks. And generally make your home snug and comfortable. These and other improvements can be financed with us through a Modernization Loan that requires no down payment or mortgage, costs little, and can be repaid monthly out of income. Drop in for a friendly ^hat and prompt action. TTie JVaugatuefe JVatlonal Banfc •»k« Ftitul Dtpui! huriEct Cuforitiw-. Ftdiril lU.mi JT«UB What's Doing In Naugatuck A Calendar of Events Today, Tomorrow and Every Day Friday, Oct. 14 Rummage sale by St. Mary's Altar society, church basement, 9:30 a, m. to 4 p. m. Fnod sale, Pond Hill Community c'.ub, Brennan's store, 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. Rummage sale. Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Israel, vacant store next to Alcazar theater, 9:30 a. m. to 5 p. m. Rummage sale, sponsored by Ladies' Aid society of Salem Lutheran church, church hall, 0 a. m. to 12 noon. Saturday, Oct. 15 Dedication, New Quarters, Polish American Club. K of C dance at Falcon Hall at 8 p. m. Dedication Cristoforo Colombo home, semi-formal dinner dance and banquet for members and guests, 8 p. m. Square dance, St. Michael's Parish House, 8 p. m. Auction, Congregational Church parish house at 10 a. m. Sponsored by Ladies' Aid Society. Monday, Oct. 17 Woman's Club meeting at 3 p. m. at American Legion Home on Cedar street. Tuesday, Oct. 18 Monthly meeting. Retail Division, Chamber of Commerce, Annenberg's Restaurant, 6:15 p. m. Thursday, Oct. 20 Parents' Night at Naugatuck High School. Food sale sponi?ored by St. Michael's Guild St. Michael's parish house, 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. Rummage O ale, Beacon Valley Grange, in vacant store, next to Alcazar on Main street, 9 to 4 p. m. Friday, Oct. 21 Members of local Aerie will engage teams from Waterbury Aerie in first matches of state-wide Eagles' setback tourney. Social meeting. Pond Hill Community Club, 8 p. m. , Saturday, Oct. 22 Reunion, NHS Class of 1939, Rinaldo's Restaurant, South Main street, Naugatuck. Tuesday, Oct. 25 Banquet for boys who took part in second annual Y's Men's Club Coasting Derby, at YMCA. Rummage sale, sponsored by St. Michael's Guild, St. Michael's parish house, 10 a. m. to 5 p. in. Wednesday, Oct. 26 Hunting season starts. Halloween Party, Prospect St. PTA, in School. Thursday, Oct. 27 Harvest S a l,e, sponsored by Ladies' auxiliary of Hillside Congregational church in church hall. 7 to 9 p.. m. Friday, Oct. 28 Local Eagles Aerie will play Torrington Aerie in setback matches. Harvest Sale, sponsored by Ladies' auxiliary of Hillside Congregational church in church hall, 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. Saturday, Oct. 2it Halloween Dance for adults and young people,- Pond Hill Community Center, 8 |p, m. Friday, Oct. 21 Square-doughnut dance, 8 p. m. in Congregational Parish House. Thursday, Nov. 3 Annual B.-inquct, Chamber of Commerce, in Elks' Lodge Rooms. Wednesday, Nov. 9 Testimonial dinner ^r (J. P. Rodenbach, 6 p. m., Salem Lutheran parish hall. Saturday Nov. 12 First annual Little League banquet at the YMCA, Let's talk about your i i kitchen floor • If you're like most women, you spend over 1600 hours in your kilchen every year! What better reason to treat yourself to the best linoleum money can buy - Nairn Inlaid Linoleum! For Nairn gives you the restful resilience, the enduring beauty you demand in fine linoleum ... plus the patented duplex felt backing. This exclusive backing ends your worries about the buckling, cracking, bulging or blistering that, of ten mar ordinary linoleum when wood floors underneath expand and contract — as they normally do. Yes, when you choose Nairn, you re choosing the linoleum of a lifetime! And the time to make your choice is right now. Never before has Nairn offered such a complete "rainbow-range" of colors such a variety of stunning combinations! See your favorite floor covering dealer today. And while you're there, don't forge, to ask for your free =opy of Nairn's wonderful new decorating book: "Answers to the. Most Frequently Asked Questions on Home Decorating." Congoleum- Nairn Inc., Kearny, N. J. * "*' "Noirn" /« a regitlend Iradtmart CONGO-WALL CONGOLEUM NAIRN INLAID SOLD BY CARLSON'S NATJGATDCK Pastor Bertram Announces Speaker For Laymen's Festival The Rev. O. H. Bertram, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran church, announced today that the Rev. Dr. O. P. Kretzmann, president of the Valparaiso Lutheran University, Valparaiso, Indiana, will be guest speaker at the annual Reformation Festival conducted by the Lutheran Laymen's League of Conn. Sunday at St. John's Lutheran Church, Meriden. All of the Lutheran Churches- Missouri Synod in the state of Connecticut will participate. Naugatuck Singers To Aid In Waterbury Oratorio Program A large number of Naugatuck residents will participate in the ipiroduction of Mendelssohn's famed oratorio "Elijah," when it is given on Sunday afternoon, Nov. 20, at 4 o'clock in the Second Congregational Church in Waterbury. Jesse F. Davis, minister of music at the Second church, and director of the presentation which is being sponsored by the Sanctua.ry C,hoir, has announced that any-, one wishing to sing is welcome. regardless of whether or not he is affiliated with any particular', choir. Invitations to participate have been issued to c h o i r s throughout the Watfrbury area, and the response has beery enthusiastic, Mr. Davis i=aid. He reports that the entire senior choir of the Hillside- Congregational Church, directed .by Roy M'. Johnson, plans to take part, as well as a number of members from each o£ the other local churches. A i?|fecial rehearsad v< r y week, one hour in length, for Naugatuck singers will be held Friday ave- ninjrs (with the exception of Nov. 4) .at 9 p. m. at Hillside Church. Rehearsals aue also held every Thursday evening at 8:30 on the second floor of the Second Congregational Church in Waterbury. Norman D. Hovey, organist, and Mrs. Alice Canaday, pianist, will accompany the chorus. Soloists are to be announced at "a later date. THE WORKS New Haven police have good reason tc suspect that two separate robberies in an apartment house w«re .the job of the same mon. From a first floor apartment, a $200 cocktail set was stolen. And from th» floor jvhova. tw o bottler of scotch were taken.. Mahoney Estimates 1,500 To Take Part In Democratic Outing Charles E. Mahoney, General Chairman of the statewide Democratic Outing- and Field Day held at Rosewood Picnic Grove, Simsbury, Sunday, October 16, announced today that, from returns received to date approximately ]500 Democrats frdm all parts of the state are expected to attend. The day's ipirogram of eats, eni tcrtainment and' sports activities will start at 10:00 a. m. and will be in full swing until after sun- clown. Senator Brien McMahon, Governor Chester Bowles, Lt. Governor Willi.-im Carroll, state Comptroller Raymond S. Thatcher, Secretary of the State Winifred Mc- Dov.ld, State Chairman John M. Bailey, National Committeewoman Mary Zlynn and other prominent party leader? throughout the state have- been assigned as captains of teams in the various sports gaimes scheduled for the day. Prizes will be awarded to the winning teams. Mr. Mahoney stated that Mrs. Anne S. Keliey at West Hartford, Chairman of the Ticket Committee, will be on deck Sunday morning to accept returns and to take care of those wishing to purchase tickets at the gate. Baldwin Asks Talbot Aid As "Possible" State Candidate Farmer Congressman Joseph E. Tnlbot is one of 14 prominent Republicans whose aid in the direction of party policies has bcrn requested by Republican S,tate Chairman Clarence Baldwin'. But ho ;.nM last r.iifht that he has "triven no thouerht whatever to rurjiing- for. office next year." A candidate for the ffubernator- ri.i! nomination in 1940, Mr. Talbot bns been mentioned prominently ag :i possible nominee for that post in 1950, or for U S. Senator. The 14 prominent Republicans whose' aid is sought by Chairman Baldwin were referred to as potential candidates for office. Mr. Talbot s&id he would lend a "helping hand" to the party in its noxt carr|:aijrn, oven though he has not considered a place on the state ticket. Scouts To Honor Charbonneaus At Farewell Party Mr. and Mrs. Arol Charbonneau wil! be honored'this evening at a farewell party by Mattatuck Council Scout leaders at 7:45 p. m. at the Waterbury YMCA. Mr. Charbonneau was Held executive for the Mattatuck Boy Scout Council. Mrg. Charbonneau is the former Eileen Callahah of Qulnn street Her husband has recently assumed duties as field executive for the Scout Council in New Ham-pshire, •serving thp eastern area :it Portsmouth. J. Milton Burrall, Jr., Council Commissioner is cbairmnn of arrangements, and 'more than 75 leaders and guests are c.^-pectod to attend the banquet. Realty Transactions Papers in the following transactions have been recorded in the office of Town Clerk Raymond J. St. John: Warranty Deeds William J. and Emma- Edmondson to Mary S. PawlowB'ki, house and lot on Meadow street. Grace B. Hubbell to Albert P. and Josephine Manzo -property on Waterbury road. Arthur F. Dann to Robert J. and Ruth E. Curran, property on proposed highway to be known as Pearl road. Mortgage Deeds Peter A. and Georgia P. Langis to the Naugatuck Savings Bank, house and lot on Rubber avenue. Mary S. Pawlowski to the Naugatuck Building; and Loan Association, house and lot on Meadow street. ..','.''•.'••' ' • Burton A. Culver to Peter A. and Georgia P., Dangis, -house and lot on Rubber avenue. Release of Mortgage William J. and Emima Edmondson, frofm. 'the Naugatuok Building and Loan Association, hou'.'e anci lot OR Meadov/ street. Certificate of Attachment By Peter J. Bolletti, operating as Peter J. Belletti and Sons, against Robert and Helen Karasinski, claiming damages of $800 for non-payment of a $758 loan. Attachment against house and projp- erty -on North Main street in. the amount of $1,000, returnable to the Court of Common Pleas, Waterbury, Nov. 1. DOCTORS NEEDED Columbus—It has been estimated that at any given time one in every four Americans, needs some kind of medical attention. NOW OPEN SUNDAYS FULL COURSE TURKEY DINNER $1.50 Lobsters — Steaks — Chops ANNENBERG'S RESTAURANT PARK PLACE — NAUGATUCK for Mother and ," • • ''*',' /.»*' : '-*:; •'•/ -''•. -''*», \ 1—3x10 KASHMIR PORTRAIT 1 DOZ. PORTRAIT GREETING CARDS $3.95 Reg. $8.00 Value HURRY! GET IN THE FAMILY PLAN on Sittings Taken Before Nov. 1st 1 Doz. Portrait Greeting Cards with every Portrait order. These cards are finished from your choice negative we take at this sitting. A selection of 4 Greeting Card styles. 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'Jl take a lot of pride and care in its making. But the time is drawing short. So phone today for an appointment. We Also Do Portraits In Your Home NEARY BUILDING TEL. 2342 FKED'S HI-WAY GHIU.E 501 South Main St. Regular Daily Dinner 50c up CATERING FOR WKDDINGC SHOWERS, STAG PARTIES, El* Banquet Room, Cocktail Lounge Full. 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The perfect team for any company—like THE CONNECTICUT LIGHT & POWER COMPANY—is stockholder and customer working together for the interests of the company. This teamwork can be most effective when the CUSTOMER u a STOCKHOLDER. Why not get into this profitable game?—you pay the company bills —the company pays you dividends. Own enough stock to pay your electric bills. , Stock of the Company is Available at a Price to Give You a Return of 5.52% on Your Money Based on Dividends of #3.25 a Share the Indicated Rate for 1949. PUTNAM Marten of A* N.w York fcocfc 6 Central Row, Hartford Tel. 5-0151' Our Naugatuck Representative is MR. G. HORACE BALDWIN TELEPHONE WATERBURY 5-0238

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