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fACE 4—NAPOATOCK NEWS (COOT*.), SATURDAY, OCT. 15, 1949 Kvery JCrenln* Sunday) by NAT7OATUCK NEWS CORP. CONN. Telephones *BS «nd : AH Department* Entered a* Mcond eteM matter at the port offloe to Naugatuck. Conn. SUBSCRIPTION RATX8 Payable In Advance 1 Month ...>1.80 1 Tear ..tlB.80 ~~ Utomfter: ' Americeji Newspaper Pub. AH*TI K. K. Dafly New«p»pe* Pub. Awfn Conn. Newspaper Publisher* Aai'n "SATtTBDAT, OCTOBER 15, 1949 Embarrassing For Joe In Russia the average factory hand works half a day for a loaf of bread and a day for a pound of beef. Two months of toil are required to get the purchasing power for a suit of clothes, "half wool. • In America the man in similar lines of labor works five minutes for a loaf of bread, a half hour for a pound of beef,40 minutes for a pound of butter. A man can earn a good woolen suit in 25 hours, a woman a dress in 13 hours. These are the findings of two Norwegians who visited this country as the delegates of Norway's trade unions. This is an old story in the United States. The value of the Norwegian finding is that it Spreads the word to people right up against the iron curtain. Who -would want to work half a day for a loaf of bread under beneficient communism when he can acquire the same food in five minutes working under the cruel, warmongering capitalists Fish Gardens Back in depression times Oklahoma's colorful governor, "Alfalfa Bill" Murray, proposed that Oklahoma farmers be encouraged by public funds to construct catfish ponds as a source of food and revenue for distressed families. Time marches on. Now some Asiatic biologists in a solemn report propose to interest the United Nations in a fish farming project for Asiatics. It is said that 2,000 to 4,000 pounds of TUh can be produced each year per acre. Fish culture would play the same role in Asia as kitchen ~ardens in other parts of the world. A fish pond instead of a kitchen garden sounds inviting. It is surely more pleasant to bait a hook and loll comfortably in the shade waiting for results- than it is to invite fracture of the vertebrae in attempts to coax the vegetables along. Of course, the garden yields a varied diet, which Is more than can be said for a fish pond. CIO Schism Next two or three weeks may be crucial in the conflict between !eft and right wings within the CIO. The climax probably will Tome at the CIO convention in Cleveland Oct. 31 when, according to indications, left wing union may secede from the CIO or be expelled. The gap between the two factions has been widening ever since last fall, when the leftists defied national CIO leaders who supported Truman and came out For Henry Wallace. In recent months the CIO and Philip Murray, its president, have been the objects of much criticism by the left wingers. They have charged that Murray has permitted raiding of their unions by right wing unions. They have also contended that Murray has not been militant enough in driving for a fourth round wage increase. Last month the convention of the left wing United Electrical. Radio and Machine Workers, CIO, served demands on Murray which called for cessation of raiding and (JIO interference. The executive board of UE was authorized to withhold its per capita tax—tantamount to secession—if Murray does not accede. Spokesmen close to Murray have made it clear that the demands are "impossible". These CIO aides emphasize that the schism between right and left is fundamental and that the basic issue is the refusal of 11 dissident left v.-ing unions to carry out the decisions of" the CIO's executive board. They say the showdown will come in Cleveland. If secession or expulsion of left wing groups occurs, a new battle for the loyalty of rank-and-filers will ensue. It. will involve raiding, organizational battles and a. ruthless drive by each group to outdo the other in contract negotiations. There will then be four main groups In the American union movement, American Federation of Labor, CIO, United Mine Workers and the Left Wing. The public will have an interest in any internecine war that follows If it is true that in division there is weakness. Two To Please The No. 2 Harry of Blair House, Gen. Harry Vaughan, has a mouth big enough to put his foot into and frequently demonstrates, His latest exhibition of this ungainly knack was before a group of veterans representatives, when he unrepentantly said: "I'm considered in many circles to be very unethical and I'm sure I'll ^continue to be I've made various suggestions as to what other people can do. You can place your own interpretation on that." There is no doubt the genera! is a very ethical man—according to his own lights. And he certainly doesn't hide his lights under a bushel. "There are only two people I have to please," he told the veterans, "Mr. Truman and Mrs. Vaughan. Evidently he pleases both of them. They are sticking to him. But the American people, who are down in Vaughan's book as folks he needn't bother to please, may feel that Mr. Truman, at least, should be thinking of getting a divorce from the general. Do You Remember? One Year Ago Mrs. Florence Bontempo and Mrs. Esther P. Driscol were named to fill vacancies on the Naugatuck public school teaching staffs. Miss Anna Nolde, Miss Mary Leary, Howard Thurston and James Farren were attending the American Legion National Convention in Miami, Fla. THE CLOCI South Main street won't seem the same with our pal "Doc" Aquavia not there to root for the Red Sox next year... Our thanks to President Patsy Labriola and Anthony Nardello for the kind invite to attend the formal dedication ceremonies Saturday night at the Cristoforo Colombo Hall... Quite a number of local residents made the trip to Torrington Thursday evening for the game between Birdie Tebbetts' Major League All-Stars and the Torrington Braves... AU were expecting "Spec" Shea to pitch and were disappointed when he didn't make an appearance. Speaking of South Main street, reminds us that a few stop lines at the Maple street light are in order. . . Motorists arc often inclined to go beyond the spot they should on a red light—but they won't know If they're not told... Dr. William Hill, who has spent lots of time, effort, and more than that in the promotion of the New Haven County diabetes detection program, issues reminder that the time for taking advantage of the free test offer is nearing a close... 20 Years Ago John and Thomas Curtin, students at New York University, were visiting in the"borough. Joseph Keating, a student at Miami University of Ohio, was visiting in the borough. Household Scrapbook The Bread Board Either cold or lukewarm water should be used when cleaning the bread or pastry board, Hot water will soften the grease and cause it to spread and soak into the softened wood. Ink Stains To remove red ink stains from desks or floors, first wash with soapsuds, and follow by rinsing with vinegar diluted with water. Tortoise Shell Genuine tortoise shell should never be cleaned with water. Use alcohol for cleaning, and polish with a chamois dipped in dry borax. MODERN ETIQUETTE Q. Is there any excuse for a guest to leave before a luncheon is over? A. Only when there is some very urgent reason for doing so. Members of the Housing Authority become more convinced each day that Naugatuck needs at least 150 units to supply the demands of those in need—many of whom have not even filed applications... For a meeting that was advance labeled "strictly routine" the Thursday session of the Board of Education has resulted in mucho conversation... George Froehllch leaves tomorrow for New York to take part in the U. S. Rubber - Rubber Union talks... Ditto T. BexBehr- man and Bill Bradford. .. Marjorie Brodeur is busy collecting clothing and other items for the Beacon Valley Grange Rummage Sale, to be held in the vacant store next to the Alcazar on Main street, Thursday. Marjorie tells us she has some attractive items and expects more. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Carroll of Cherry street are pictured in the latest edition of US magazine. .. .The scene shows the couple in their favorite pastime—fish- Ing... J-. W. Clark of Nixon avenue reports that his delivery service is better than ever... Young Jim Best, 13, is being roundly congratulated for his quick thinking in the St. Francis' School fire Thursday.. .Jim is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Best. 98 Olive street... He learned to handle a fire extinguisher by watching firemen charge them not too long ago, he told Fire Marshal 'Weaving... The Knights of Columbus will be out In full strength tonight at the Falcon Hall... The occasion is their annual Columbus dance, the final In a series of events honoring Christopher Columbus. .. /Mrs. FDR Is 65 \ THK FORME?. First Lady, Mrs Franklin D. Roosevelt holds a small birthday cake as she dines in ths United Nations lunch room at Lake Success, N. Y. She observed her 85th birthday on the job as a member of U. S. delegation to the General Assembly. (International) Of dturctt Week Of £utuai OdL Htk Farewell Reception For Rev. Earl A. Pope Gets Nobel Award The Parish Players of the Congregational church will hold a square-doughnut dance Friday night, Oct. 21, in the parish house at 8 o'clock. Ray Hotchkiss will be the caller for the square dances. Members and friends are invited to attend. Dot Bean of our editorial staff is up and around and hopes to be back at her desk next week. ... Ditto BUI Leuchars, who came down with the measles... Q. Is it customary to invite a large number of people to a christening? A. No; only the immediate family and the godparents should be present. Q. Is it all right for a girl to make "repairs" to her makeup on the dance floor? A. No; if this is considered necessary, she should do so in the dressing-room. Pictures of the Naugatuck High school senior home-room classes, for the yearbook, were taken Thursday.. The football team and the cheer loaders went before the camera yesterday... Members of the class will be having individual pictures made almost dally for the next several weeks. Firemen have been kept hopping during the past week.. .Most of the calls they answered were to extinguish brush and grass fires, resulting when residents burning leaves let the blaze get out of hand... ,Did we hear somebody say something about Fire Prevention Week? Memo to grammar school kids. ...You will be admitted to tonight's Naugatuck High-Shelton game free of charge if you can talk Mom or Dad Into taking you... Only children accompanied by adults will be admitted gratis, however... And remember, the Greyhounds will play only one more home game here this season. There are a lot of good football games on tap today ,but we have heard of one that's sure to be a "smelleroo"... That's the one between San Francisco and San Jose State...It won't be the fault of the teams .though... The odor will be from DDT San Jose officials sprayed in the stadium to get rid of a weeklong invasion of mosquitoes. Thanks to Idris Alderson for inviting us to the Ladies' Night program of the Rotary Club Wednesday...Prof. Andre Schenker of the University of Conn, will be the principal speaker... Dr. Edward Lcrman and Dr. Everett T. Rogers were among the local dentists who attended the meeting of the Waterbury Dental Assistants Association recently In Waterbury. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Doran will observe another wedding anniversary next week... The local Chamber of Commerce has worked a master stroke in bringing Herman W. Steinkraus here as principal speaker for their annual banquet November 3... Mr. S. is president of the U. S. Chamber of Commerce and very much in demand... JOHN L REDUCES EXISTING STOCKPILES! GO O*tA WEEKF/POMP. A/0 WEEK FROM} ' I ZX/ST/AJG 79CKP/I BEING A farewell reception will be held Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clock at the Hillside Congregational church parlors for Rev. Earl A. Pope. The public has been invited to attend and a social hour will be held and refreshments served. Rev. Pope, a graduate student at Yale University, has been temporary pastor at the Hillside Congregational Church filling the post left by the Rev Paul W. Peterson last March. The Rev. Harry J. "Ekstam of Brooklyn. New York has accepted s. call to the local church and will arrive in the borough with his family within the rtcxt few days He will deliver his first sermon on Sunday, October 23. 'PICK UP REGULAR CHURCH SCHEDULE. .- CONGREGATIONAL Rev. Wlilard B. Soper METHODIST CHURCH Rev. Matthew H. Gates Matthew H. Gates, minister. Church school, 9:45. Classes from nursery through high school. Morning worship, 11:00. Sermon^by the minister, "The World Viewpoint of Our Faith." Music by the choir under the direction of Charles Street. A nursery is conducted during the worship hour for the convenience of parents. Youth Fellowship, 7:00. All young people of high school age are cordially invited to share in this program. Monday, 7:00, the Board of Education will meet in the church parlor. 8:00 p. m. The monthly meeting' of the teachers and officers of the church school will be held in the church hall. Miss Helen Moroney, principal of Salem school, will be the speaker. Wednesday, 4:30 p. m. Junior choir practice. 8:00 p. m. Senior choir practice. Thursday, 7:30 p. m. The committee on membership and evangelism will meet in the home of Harold Werner oft No. Hoadley St. Friday—All Day Mass Meeting of Methodist in New York. Morning and afternoon sessions at Christ church. Evening meeting at Carnegie Hall. This rally marks the opening of the Advance Program of the Methodist Church. lord Boyd Orr A'CRUSADER for,world government;, Lord'Boyd Orr (above) of Britain, the former Sir John Boyd Orr, has been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for 1949, it was announced by the Nobel committee of the Norwegian Parliament. The 69-year- old nutrition expert was the group's unanimous choice, fInternational) Look And Learn 1. How many bones are there in the human foot? 2. What popular garden flower is named after the goddess of the rainbow? 3. From what literary masterpiece comes the line: "The paths of glory lead but to the grave"? 4,. What is meant by "The Fourth Estate"? 5. What does "mahatma" mean? Answers 1. Twenty-six. 2. The iris. 3. "Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard," by Thomas Gray. 4. The press. 5. It is a Sanskrit word meaning "great soul." SOBERING MOMENT Minneapolis (U P)—The case of a tipsy driver who struck a tipsy pedestrian ended soberly with a $110 payoff. A $100 fine for drunken driving was levied on Edwin Severtson. A $10-fine was paid bv pedet'rlan Dennis Curran, ;who was not injured to any extent. ST. FRANCIS' (Roman Catholic) Rev. Paul F. Keating Ifoases at'7. 8, 9. 10 and 11. Children's Mass, 9 a. m., downstairs. ST. MICHAEL'S (Roman Catholic) Beacon Falls Rev. Jerome T. Cook JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES Palestine In Prclphecy will ' be the subject, of an aduress by J. Haywood, ST., tomorrow afternoon at 3 olclpck at a meeting of Jehovah's""-Witnesses in Kingdom all, 3 South Main street. Released by Reds The primary, junior and senior departments of the church school will meet at 9:45 a. m. The beginner and kindergarten departments will meet at 11 o'clock. The film to be shown is entitled "Ruth". Morning worship will be held at 11 o'clock, with Mr. Soper preaching on "Short Bed, Narrow Sheet". Children's talk will be "Bennie Jones and Mrs. Robin". Music: Introductory voluntary, "Intermezzo", Rheinberger; "Andante", Stainer; "Pilgrim's Chorus", Wagner; anthem, ''Laudamus", Owen-Protheroe; offertory, "Sing Unto God", Marks; concluding voluntary, ''Fantasia", Stainer. Mary G. McCleary is minister of music. The Pilgrim Fellowship will meet at 4:30 o'clock. Monday—The junior choir rehearsal, 3:30 oclock, grades 3 to 8. The high school choir rehearsal, 6:45 p. m. The Aid Society bridge tournament, final session, 7:45 p. m. Tuesday—The children's choir rehearsal, 3:30 o'clock, kindergarten and grades 1 and 2. The adult choir rehearsal, 7:45 p. m. Wednesday—Circles A,' B and C will not meet, but the members are requested to leave aprons, kitchen articles, gifts and parcel post packages for the Harvest Bazaar at the parish house on or before Tuesday, Oct. 25. Thursday—The Week-Day School of Religion, 2:40 o'clock. The fall rally of the Litchfield District Fellowship of Congregational Women will take place at the Watertown Congregational Church. Morning session at 10:45 o'clock. There will be seminars conducted by state and district committee chairmen in their respective fields of women's work. The Rev. Mr. Eldon H. Mills of West Hartford will give the afternoon address. His subject will be "Service In Palestine". The offering will benefit Southern Union College, Wadley, Ala. Luncheon at the church for $1. Reservations should be made with Mrs. Olive McKellar, telephone 915, Watertown. The Boy Scouts, Troop No. 2, 7:30 p. m. Friday—The Girl Scouts, Troop No. 4, 3:30 o'clock. The Girl Scouts, Troop No. 22, 3:30 o'clock. The Brownies, Troop No: 57, 3:30 o'clock. Saturday—The Parish Players will.hpld a ''Square-Donut" Dance at 8 p.«m. All members and their friends are cordially invited to attend in sport attire. Ray Hotchkiss will be the caller for the sets for this "Cider Jig". Vaise* at S, 9:15 and 11- HOLY 8AVIOUB (Polish, National; Catholic) R«v. Frank t. Ntamlec Masae* celebrated at 8 and 10:30 ST. MARY'S (Roman Catholic) Her.-Thomas M. Griffin Masses at 7:iO, *:30 and 11. REPORTING to the American Embassy in Prague, Savel Ktiachko (above), 26, of Palo Alto,-Calif., charged he was arrested as a suspected spy by the Communists and kept in solitary confinement for five days. Kliachko is in Czechoslovakia on a scholarship as guest of thw Czech government (International} DEFENSE SECRETARY AT AFL PARLEY ST. HEDWIG'S (Bomai Catholic) lev. Wflllam J. Tnpor Masse* at «:SO, 8, 9:SO and 11. ST. ANTHOlfY 8 (BonvM Catholic) Prompnct, Conn. Her. Thomas J. O*Conn«ll Masses at 7:30, 9 and 10:30. SALEM LUTHERAN (Augustan* Synod) Rev. Donald L. Kent EMMANUEL LUTHERAN U. L. C. A. Eev. Theodore A Schroder 'The Rev. Theodore A. Schrader, pastor, 567 High street, telephone 3493; Sunday, l$th Sunday after Trinity. Brotherhood Sunday. Church school, 9:30 a. m. Worship Service. 10:30 a. m. Sermon topic: "As I My Brother's Keeper?" 'Brotherhood' service, 7:30 p. m. The latest film. "Like A Mighty Army," will be shown. All imein_- hers and friends are invited. Social hour and refreshments will follow the picture in the hall. Tuesday, 7:30 p. m. Friendship Circle meeting at the hall. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. The Lay- EvangeliJEtic institutes for the Naugatuck Valley area will DP held at the Salem Lutheran Church. The Rev. Paul Lorimer of Dorchester, Mass., will be on the territory for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday to assist lay-visitors in this work. All appointed lay- visitors should attend this meeting Wednesday evening. William R. Pohl, Jr., is chairman of the Evangelistic Committee for the Immanuei church Thursday, 2:40 p. m. Weekday School of Religion. Fridey, 6:15 p. m. Junior Choir rehearsal; 7:15 p. m. Senior Choir- rehearsal. Roy W. Beron, organist 1 and director. Saturday. 10 a. m. Confirmation class will meet. The Luther League will hold a Halloween parfy at the church hall en Friday, Oct. 28th, at 8:30 p. m. All young people are cordially invited. HILLSIDE CONGREGATIONAL Donald L. Kent .pastor, 20 Salem street, telephone 2692. Sunday school and Bible Class at 9:45 a. m. Divine Worship at 10:45 a. m. A nursery is maintained during the Sunday morning worship service for the convenience of parents of small children. Sunday, Oct. 16 — Brotherhood Sunday — Eighteenth Sunday after Trinity. Ushers, Donald Olson and Fridolf Nelson. Music, the prelude, "Andante," Wesley; the anthem. "Ye, Brethren of the Holy Son." Johnston, Brotherhood Chorus; the offertory anthem. "The Sign of the Cross and the Heart," Hershey, Brotherhood Chorus; the postlude, "Grand Choeur," Claussmann. Sermon topic. "The Spirit of Brotherhood." 4:30 p.m. Brotherhood Rally of the Hartford District to be held at the Center Church on the Green in New Haven. The speaker will be Mr. Lloyd A. Schwiebert, prominent layman of the Augus- tana Lutheran Church. His topic will be "The Next Step." Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2:00 p.m. Service at Fairfield State Hospital. 8:00 p. m. Board of Trustees will meet at the home of L V. Olson, 162 New street. Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2:00 p. m. Hartford District Meeting at Newington. 6:30 p. m. Luther choir rehearsal. 7:30 p. m. Evangellne Circle Choir rehearsal. 8:00 p. m. Parish Evangelism, meeting of all Lutheran Churches af the National Lutheran Council, in Southern Connecticut. Thursday, Oct. 20. 2:40 p. m. Weekday School of Religion. 7:46 p. m. Senior choir rehearsal. Friday,. Oct. 21. 4:00 p. m. Senior Confirmation class. 8:00 p. m. Brotherhood meeting at the church. Hosts: J. Louis Johnson, Arthur Nelson, John R. Anderson. Saturday, Oct. 22, 9:30 a. m. Sunday School Choir rehearsal. AMERICAN FEDERATION OF tABOR President William Green (right) Is shown as he introduced U. S. Defense Secretary Louis Johnson to the delegates at the organization's annual convention In St. Paul, Minn, 'Johnson praised the "progress of unification" and said this country still held a "decisive" lead in war weaoons. (International Soundvhoto) ' Rev. Earl A. Pope, minister. Services for Sunday, Oct. 16, and the week following: Sunday, 9:45 a. m. Sunday Bible school. 11:00 a. m. Morning worship,. The sermon topic: "What is Christianity?" 5:00 p. m. Farewell reception for Rev. Earl A. Pope, followed by a social hour and refreshments in the church parlors. The public is invited. Tuesday, 8:00 p. m. Men's Fellowship meeting. Mr. Carl Anderson and Mr. Joseph W. Nygren will be hosts. Thursday, 8:00 p. m. Ladies' Aid Society's regular monthly meeting. Final plans for the Harvest Sale' will be arranged. Miss Pearl Ad' kins will speak on her work at the Southbury Training School. Mrs. Harry McLean and Mrs. Carlton Nelson will be hostesses. Thursday, 8:00 p. m. Mutual Benefit Society. Friday, 3:30 p. m. Girl Scout Troop No. 88; 7:30 p. m., Boy Scout Troop No. 6; 7:45 p. m, Church choir rehearsala. Saturday, 10:30 a. m. Children's Choir rehearsal. ST» MICHAEL'S (Episcopal) Her. Wtnfred B. Lanfhont The services for Sunday, Oct. 16, 18th Sunday cfter Trinity, and for the ^-eek following are: Sunday, Oct. 16: 7:30 a. m. Holy Communion. Servers, Roy Skerik and Franklin Hotchkiss. 9:30 a. m. No church school. 11:00 a. m. Litany and Prayer Book Pageant, "The Book Briovedi" 4 Ushers: Carl Anderson, Rudolph Anderson, Elmer Edler, Herbert Churchill. Acolytes: Roy Hanks, Ronald Griele. 7:30 p. m. Young People's Fellowship. Lucinda Hoadley will talk on the American Indian. Monday, Oct. 17: 7:30 p. m. Every Member Canvass committee meeting. 7:45 p.m. St. ;Michael'3 Guild. 8:00 p. m. Naugmtuck Community String Orchestra. Tuesday, Oct. 18: 9:00 a..m.' Holy Communion, .St..-Luke's. 7:30 p. m. Playhiaker's jchearsal. Wednesday, Oct. 19: 1:00 p. m. Woman's Auxiliary pot luck luncheon. 3:30 p. m. Children's Confirmation class. 3:30 p. m. Grammar School Girls choir rehearsal. 7:30 p. m. Cub ScouU. 8:00 p. m. Adult Confirmation class. Thursday, Oct. 20: 10:00 a. m. to 3:00 p. m. Guild Food Sale. 2:30 p. m. Weekday School of Religion. 3:30 p. m. Grammar School girls choir rehearsal. 7:30 p. m. Boy Scouts. 7:30 p. m. Choir rehearsal. Friday, Oct. 20: 3:30 p. m. Girl Scouts. 7:00 p. m. Boys Choir rehearsal. 7:30 p. m. Play-makers' rehearsal. ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN Missouri Synod Rev, O. H. Bvtrtwn, Paetoi Sunday school and Bible class, S:30. Publio worship. 10:30. Text: I Corinthians 1. 4 to 8. Theme: 'Thankful for Christians in the Church." Sunday: The Lutheran Hour, Mutual System (WWCO). 12:30: American Broadcasting System (WATR), 3:30. Walther League sponsored Bible Vespers with a potluck supper, in the Church parlors, 5:30 o'clock. Wednesday: Adult Membership Class, 8 p. m. Thursday: Walther League meeting, 7:30 p. m. Confirmation instructions. 2:45. Saturday, "Moments of Comfort," WATR, 7:45 a. m.