Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 17, 1949 · Page 8
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 8

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Monday, October 17, 1949
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PAGE g—NA1JG ATUCK XEWS (CONN._), MONDAY, OCT. 17, 1949 500 Attend (Continued From Page One) Adam Mer.gacci, Jerry Latariola •who was Youth in Government Governor earlier this year; John DePastino of Waterbury; former Congressman Joseph E. Talbot, Assessors John Broa_drick and Rocco Mariano, and £>r. A. V. Casella. Also, Joseph P. Donahue, editor of The News, and Mr. DeCarlo. The Rev. Paul F. Keating, pastor of St. Francis' Church, invoked God's blessing upon the new hall, and for the people of the society. Mr. Labriola spoke very briefly, thanking the many who had n • sisted in carrying out plans for the building project. Walter Mulinski was ohairtriu of the arrangements committee for the dedication. Ke was assisted by Anthony Narueiio, James Nardello, Richard Payne, Joseph Rusate, Dominic Angiolillo, Anthony Tangredi, Nick Mangine, Samuel Sequenzia, Gene Mariotti, Nick Santa Barbara, John Presto. Oene Gaudenzi and Michael Pesanelli. Edward Hepp prepared "the food for the banquet. Women of the Montann.ri-Rado jPost Auxiliary who assisted in the dedication were, Lillian Gargonia, Antoinette Zuccarelli, Lydia Giancarli, Josephine Kinnoch, Lucy Zuccarelli. Jay Tancredi, Lu;y Nardello, Angie Oiriello, Nancy Hudner. Grace Pandolfe. Angelina Zuccarelli, Pauline Sequenzia. Antoinette DeCsvlo, Lucille Grella, Marie Pesinelli, Evelyn Mariano, Margaret Summa, Angeline Faz- rino. Jennie T"-zzino. Orlsiine Gailucci, Carmolla Mastropietro bnd Helen Olivera. NOT.I.E Francis Dziengielewski. 22, of 42 I Goodyear avenue, wa?! granted a | nolle on payment of $24 when he I appeared before Judge James R. j Law lor in Waterbury City Court. I H« was arrested on a charge of speeding. Bailey Answers GOP Housing Blast; Over 1,000 Attend Outing (By United Pressl A Republican charge that Governor Bowles is spending too much • o administer the state housing program has been answered bv Democratic State Chairman John M Bailcv. Bnilev retor's that the Republicans made the mistake of not sp«ndin£r enouch. The OOP blast vas issued thie weekend by Republican Housp Icrdrr Genree C. Conwny who '-a'led for an investigation of the stnte housing authority payroll. He said thnt the annual pavroll no* is $254.000 a.s compared to only $25,000 during the Republican re gime. Bailey reolicd in these words "If I were him I'd be ashamed to '"'mil the Republicans onlv spent S35.000 for housing administration. When we came into power thev had built onlv 34 housing* units in two years under thn'r pr'V gram. We are now opening 50 units a week." The Bnilev stnfement wris mad* 1 "t a r.'onir in fiimsburv which wa? attended bv mo''c thnn 1,000 Connecticut De-nor.rats. The affair wh'ch cost S7.50 a person—was P ranserl to build up the Democratic '.var che?t. Also speaking; at the outing was Gove T T»->r Bowles who said th£* •br> loro c1p"ti*n v-Hl be the "most critical in the history of- Connecticut." Addn'l^ the n;ov6;-nnr: "We've ".hp' 1 pp"e(l t.he Republican machine nn its homo grounds. We will make 10 de'MF. and wn'll rout out th^ OOP rp"ehin« and return the government to the people." Polish-American (Continued From PUQTP One) ANOTHER STRIKE Plttsbur-rh — Twenty thousand C-I-O aluminum worker* \vallied of their job* toduy, shutting down .nine plants of the Aluminum Company ot America. The pen- •lon Ktrlkn will cut off our fourth of the nation's aluminum supply. STEEI, MEETING Pittsburgh—The U. S. Steel Corp. has agreed to meet wit^ Oh : e f Government Mediator Cyrus Ching on Wednesday to 'talk tivt'.i- the .steel strike. Informed sources believe the New York meting may lay the groundwork for o rnaior rrmve bv President Tmman to end the 17-day walkout. : OVER 90 YEARS' SUCCESS FOR PROMPT RELIEF OF DUE TO COUGHS '$$? COLDS! Because of its soothing effect on the throat NOW! A FAMOUS MAKE TELEVISION EVERYONE CAN AFFORD IN A BEAUTIFUL MAHOGANY CABINET — ONLY INCLUDES ALL TAXES N A BEAUTIFUL MAHC '100 PRICE OF SET $98.04 CONN. SALES TAX $1.96 NO EXPENSIVE OUTDOOR AERIAL IS NEEDED IN 9 OUT OF 19 FAVORABLE LOCATIONS $1.25 A WEEK OR DOWN — $ 5 00 A MONTH PAY ONLY CLOSED MONT>AY v ^« ^vs A *» v w ** 10 Lincoln ( r ) Jf ore WEST MAIN Check Trouble Before You're Checked! Are You Ready For That Fall Trip? Let us change that oil to a lighter grade; check grease in transmission and rear end, drain and flush radiator and take care of other needs in preparation for Fall motoring. CHUCK'S Union City — Tel. 4955 531 NORTH MAIN .STREET : cz, Mrs. Leo Kisileski, Mrs. Anastasia Galeski, Miss Mary Galeski, Stanley Chenkus, Caesar Krzykow ski, Bronislaw Radomski, Mrs. P H. Flynn, Stephen Polack, Eugene Zakrzewski, Stanley Taranovich Walter Jagello, Edmund Furs Frank Polakoskl, Joseph Kloc John Kloc, John Ku'czynski. Virtor Mrynkiewicz, Martin Jezniak, M. E Breton, Mrs. Leone Doyon, Conrad Guerin, John Klimasewski, Gus Klimasewskl, Pierce Casper, Joseph Gesseck, Stanley Jacoboski, Pete 1 Grzymala, Walter Wutkiewicz, Mrs Charles Kohn, John H. Nordby Ethel R. Grant, IviiS. Y. Uorrit Miss Lillian Objinski, Miss Mary Sodlosky. More Committees Named For Annual St. Francis Carnival Additional committees for the annual St. Francis' parish carnival which starts Thursday evening in 'he St. Francis' school hall, were ••rinniirtped today ry the Rev. Paul F. Keating', pastor. Howard Sage idorf will be in ~.har°:e of the ham and bacon booth, to be assisted by his son Robert. A committee in charge of special entertainment consists of James Casey, John Fitzgerald, Edward Ryan, Frank Hrock, John Moroney, John O'Donnell, Clarence Green. John Deegan, William Evans and Mr. Smith. Raymond Schultz is chairman of v " Inr^n booth. He will be assisted by Mrs. Schultz, Albert Juliano virR. Juliano. Mrs. Norman Smith and John Christie.. Mr. Christie, Mrs. Christie, Aldo Pistarclli and Frank Chiodo will be in charge of the animal booth. Mrs. Margaret Feeley is chairman of the cake booth. She has •equested that persons who will lonate cakes contact her to de- ermine which night their cakes will be needed.! Mrs. George Carroll is in charge of the country store. Parishioners who will make donations are asked to cull Mrs. Carroll, Tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock here will be a meeting of all committee workers to decorate booths. Pictures of the committee will be alien at that time. Charles Whittelsey Retired Hartford Industrialist Dies A retired Hartford industrialist is dead. Charles B. Whittelsey died at his home at the age of 80 after a brief '.llness. He was former president of the Did Hartford Rubber Works Co. and execntive vice-president of tho Hartford Chamber of Commerce. A. native of New Haven, Whittelsey moved to Hartford in 1891. Nine years later he joined the rubber company and remained affiliated vith it until it moved to Detroit in the late 1920's. Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon. Carter Awaits Word Of Army Engineers Army engineers were in the borough last week conferring with Borough Engineer Charles D. Curtiss regarding Riverside drive property adjacent to Recreation Field, which is the proposed site of a National Guard garage. Mr. Curtiss today said that the engineers gave no indications when they would return to survey the land. Warden Harry L. Carter said that he is in hopes the engineers will complete their work in order that the board of warden and burgesses might take a vote on the; matter of property transferral at the November meeting. The Connecticut National Guard has indicated its interest in the property to construct a $50,000 garage for equipment of Naugatuck's own Co. F, and also for the eventual building of an armory. William Iff. Fleming Testimonial Guest William M. Fleming, son of Mr. ind'Mrs. James Fleming, 66 Sheffield lane, was honored at a testimonial dinner at Harmon's Restaurant, Waterbury, last Thursday evening. He plans to be married Oct. 29 in Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, Waterbury, to Misp Mary Coppola, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Patsy Coppola, Congress avenue, Waterbury. Raymond Doncourt was master of ceremonies and during the eve ning rendered vocal selections, accompanied by James Farren, pian- 'st. Hosts for the affair were James Maxwell, James Fleming and Mr. Doncourt. More than 60 relatives and friends attended. MAY KUN Spartanburg, South Carolina— Former Secretary of State James Byrnes says he may run for governor of South Carolina next year. But Byrnes says he has not decided definitely. QUIT AMOY Hong Itong—The Chinese Nationalists gave up their big port and naval base of Amoy to the Communists today. But the nationalists clamped a sea blockade on surrendered Canton. GIVES'BIRTH, TO SON IN IRON LUNG 6 TIMES MORE LUMBER White fir lumber production has ncreased more than six times since 1940. A HOSPITAL NURSE holds Jeffery Lee Merrill aloft at the t«cs Angeles General Hospital so that his mother, Mrs. Doris Merrill, 19, may get her fi'.ft peek at her 6% pound youngster. Mrs. Merrill, a polio victim, was delivered of the baby while confined in the iron lung. (International) —Church Notes— ST. MARY'S This evening at 7*30 o'clock there vlll be Novnna Devotions in honor ii Our Lady of the Miraculous Jeda) and October devotions. Aft- ••r devotions the^CYO will meet. At I o'clock there will be a special ncuting of the Children of Mary icdnlity. Tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock here will be a special meeting o." he Holy Name Society. Thursday . evening »t 7:30 I'clock. the regular weeklv parish ^ntcrtalhment will be held 'in the .hnr'jh bnsement. Friday there.will be a rummaue sale, sponsored by 'the Altar Society, starting at 9 o'clock in the church basement. Saturday morning 'at 8 o'clock 'here will be first anniversary re- luiem high Mass for Lena Donnelly. Next Sunday morning at 8 )'clock, all Catholic Girl Scouts in Naugatuck will receive Holy Com- •n'union at the 8 o'clock Mass in 3t. Francis' Church. The parish census will cover North Main and Linden streets this veek. « The Bishop's letter on Missions •vas read at all the Mosses yestnr- •lay. A collection for Missions will be taken up at Masses next Sunday. sphool hall. Booths will be decorated at that time. The Rev. Paul F. Keating, pastor, announced that children may attend thn carnival any night, if accompanied by an adult. Wednesday evening at 0:45 o'clock the junior choir will rehearse. At 8 o'clock there will be a rehearsal of the senior choir. At 7:30 o'clock In the morning, there will be an anniversary requlenj high Mass for Anthony Longello. Friday mtorning at 7:30 o'clock there will be d month's mind Mass for William J. Hoi ton. Saturday morning at 7:30 o'clock there will bo a first anniversary requiem-high Mass for Matthew <H...Sulljyan; At 8 o'clock there will be a -recfiiiem high Muss for John Baukus, requested by the Keds cutting department of -the U. S. Rubber .Camipany Footwear Plant. •Next, Sunday ,is Mission Sunday. A collection for the Propagation 'b/{ the. Faith will ; be- taken up at till Masses. The Bishop's (letter on Missions was read at all Masses yesterday. Father Keating again requested that.: parishioners organize neighborhood Rosary groups. ST. 'HEDWIG'S This evening at 7:30 o'clock there -vill be a meeting of the CYO. Wednesday and Friday evenings it 7:30 o'clock there will be Rosary Sevotidns. ; ' . Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock, nstructtons- for the public school children, . Next Sunday after all the Masses, members of the Polish War Vet- irans of World War, I will sell poppies in front of the church, proceeds to go toward aiding wounded /eterans. '' A special confection for the propagation of special missions will be taken up at Masses next Sunday. ST. FRANCIS This evening at 7:30 o'clock the OTO will meet in the chattel. From 7 to 8 o'clock there will be a reception committee in the rectory to take returns on'"carnival tickets. Tomorrow evening 1 . at 8 o'clock there will be a meeting of the chairman of all carnival committees and their assistants in the 100 Couples Attend Ojeda Council Dance The semi-formal dance held Saturday nipht in Falcon hall by Ojeda Council, Knights of Columbus, was attended by about 100 couples. James McKenna was chairman of the arrangements committee. The dance conctuded a week-long celebration honoring: the council's patron, Christopher Columbus. HawJey Hardware 102 Church Street Moore's and Devoe Faints Glidden's Spread Satin Plasti-Kote Finish Roasters Electric Appliances Hotpoint Refrigerator and Stoves Phone 4086 We Deliver Sale Our loss is your Gain!! 1—Firestone Electric Ironer .. .$99^0 2—Reo Power Mowers ,...... $94.50 ea. 1—Reo Trimalawn with Snow Plow $169.50 2—Coldwell Power Mowef s . .$149.50 ea. The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 87 CHURCH STREET Oldakowski Reports Reservations Heavy For CWV Holiday Ball Chairman Stanley Oldakowski announced today that plans are moving forward effectively for the annual Thanksgiving Eve ball of Gold Star Post, Catholic War Veterans. Tickets have been placed on sale, and reservations already made indicate that the attendance will be even larger than last year. The dance will be held at the Falcon Hal; with music by Felix Zembruski and his orchestra. Commander Frank Zbikowski announced, that .future meetings of the Post will take place on the first Tuesday • of each month, instead of the first Monday. Shepherd Lodge To Confer Degree At a regular communication of Shepherd Lodge, A. F. & A. M., the entered apprentice degree will be conferred on a class of candidates, tomorrow evening at 7:30 3'clock in the Masonic Temple on Church street. Robert Reiter, past master of '.he lodge, will deliver the second and third sections: of the lecture 3f the degree. All Master Masons are invited to attend. CAN CAUSI StRWOS TROUBU Beware of Pln-Worra, ugly pe«U that live and grow Iniidd the human body ... and can nu»« lerioiu trouble... even Internal inflammation and bleeding. One of tho danger ilgni !• the tormenting rectal Itch. r>pn\ take chance.. Get J*yiw*i f-W VwM. '»B«. r-W'« vital Ingredient ia a medically- jpproved drur. that Bcientiflcally and eully tlMtroyv Pin-Worm* and remove, them from • he body. So If you tuapoct Pln-Worma, aak your drug;lit for r-W, the .mail, ea*y-1;o-taKe tableu iDrfeclttd by the famoua Jayne Co., tpeciallata n worm remedies for ovpr 100 yettra. 0.1 real r.ll.f: »-W ® f.r Pfn Worm I Cerebral Palsy Association Meets In New Britain Throe distinguished speakers will address a meeting of the Cerebral Palsy association of Connecticut 'oinight at 8:15 o'clock at New Britain Teachers college. Principal speaker will be J. Patrick Rooney, executive director of the United Cerebral Palsy associations, Inc. Lieut. Gov. William T. Carroll will deliver t the opening address, -nd also speaking will be Mrs. lames H. Kellilea, Jr., vice-president of the New York association. who is the parent of a child, who :ix years ago was hopelessly pal- ;ied and who today walks with "••tches, talks and has an I. Q. of 140. Naugatuck residents desiring to ittend the meeting are offered transportation either by meeting with the Watcrbury group at the Hotel Elton, Waterbury, at 7 o'clock, or they may telephone Mrs. Oliver Lorson, 5719. FIRST CONCRETE PIPE First known concrete sewer pipe in the ,U. S. was built in 1842 in New York. Fellowcraf t Assn. To Confer Degree The Perfect Craftsman degre will be conferred upon a class ofl candidates at a meeting of the! Naugatuck Fellowcraf t association! Monday evening, Oct. 24 in Ma-| sonic Temple, Church street. Prior to the initiation a roast beef supper will be served at 6:30 o'clock. New Hearing Device Has No Receiver Button In Ear Chicago 111—Deafened people art hailing a new device 'that gives 'hem clear hearing without making "hem wear a receiver button in the ear. They now enjoy songs sermons friendly companionship and business success with no self-conscious feeling that people are looW- ing at any button hanging on th«hear. With the new invisible Phan- tomold you may free yourself not only from deafness but from even the appearance of deafness. The makers of Beltone Dept. 40, 1450 W. 19th St., Chicago 8. 111., are mo proud of their achievement they will gladly send you their free- brochure fin plain wrapper) and e*- clain how you can test this air.a*- ing invisible device in the privacy of your own home without risking a penny. Write Beltone today.—Adv. PEOPLE and MONEY We reed both at Naugatuck Footwear. Together they built our company. They work side by side, every day, in our plant. Both should have their share in the rewards of our work, if our common future is to remain secure. United States Rubber Company Naugatuck Footwear Plant Wliat Every Housewife Knows . . ^ How many of you husbands know what you pay for electricity •very month? Not many. No doubt every housewife know*! * But how many housewives realize that by putting savings to work in stock of THE CONNECTICUT LIGHT £ POWER CO. enough in dividends can be received from ownership of the stock to pay her electric bill? • For an investment of about £700 sufficient dividends can be received to pay the most frequently occurring bill of about $3.20 * month. Stock of CONNECTICUT LIGHT £ POWER CO. • Available at About £58.00 a Share (Subject to Change in Price) to Give a Return on Money Inverted in it of About 5.60%—Based on the Yearly Dividend Rate of £3.23 a Shan. TELL US WHAT YOUR ELECTRIC BILL IS— WE'LL TELL YOU HOW MUCH STOCK YOU NEED TO OWN TO LET THE DIVIDENDS PAY IT. ' . . ' i PUTNAM & CQ Nn. Vock Stock 6 Central Row. Hartford Tel. 5-0131 Our Naugatuck Representative is MR. G. HORACE BALDWIN TELEPHONE WATERBURY 5-0238

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