Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 18, 1949 · Page 5
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 5

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Tuesday, October 18, 1949
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Rep. Patterson Attacks Federal "Interference" Connecticut residents arc stip- porting with taxes, programs which are injurious to the country's economy, according to Representative James T. Patterson, who spoke Sunday evening before the Connecticut 1 Master Barbers Protective association convention in Torrington. He said, ''Xocai and state governments, in recent years have increased the amounts collected to defray necessary expenses. It seems incredible thAl this should be true as greater demands than ever are being made'on our national Income for purposes which have always been functions of the states and communities." Mr. Patterson pointed out that : last year Connecticut citizens paid more than half a/billion dollars in federal taxes.-He said, "1 would like to point out the seriousness of increasing federal interference with our daily lives. It is unfair interference which penalizes success." He continued. "Connecticut cannot long afford the luxury of a wasteful federal government, which rewards the lazy and incompetent at the expense of the industrious." The congressman stated, "Money siphoned from Torrington, New London, New Haven or Hartford for the support of programs of special benefit to Biloxi, Miss., or New ' Orleans. La., is money which will never benefit citisens of Connecticut .Redemption of a share of responsibility will mean increased freedom for the individual." CONTRACTOR HELD IN WIFE SLAYING n AFTER CONFESSING to police in Rockland County, N. Y., that he had shot his wife because he "had reason to believe she was going with another man, Louis Kramer, 43, points to open fire place in rear of his home where he burned his wife's clothes. Reported mismng since September 25, Ihe body of Mrs. Maude Jones Kramer (inset), 28, was found trussed with wire and wraoced in a herisoread near Soarkhill. N. Y. (International) Lady Ambassador ON Find Trucks Reduce Vehicular Traffic Montpelier, • Vfc—(UP)^Ejtasper- ated autoists knew it all along, but the Vermont Highway Board has found, officially; that big trucks "seriously reduce" the volume of traffic a highway is designed to carry. "One truck equals from two to five passenger cars, depending on the terrain," the study pointed out. The Vermont report agrees with findings in Pennsylvania that in hilly country big trucks "reduce the normal flow of highway traffic by half." I :! The wife of an artist and the mother of two children, Mrs. Eugenie Anderson (above), Red Wing, Minn., was nominated by President Truman as Ambassador to Denmark. She Is the first woman In American history to be offered sunn a diplomatic rank. This country's other woman diplomat, Mrs. Perle Mesta, U. S. representative In Luxembourg, is a Minister. (Int.) The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 87 CHURCH STREET Te!. 5236 SEE THE NEW UNIVERSAL WASHER Gerald's Appliance — New -Low Priced — 107 SPRING ST. UNION CITY TELEPHONE mUT A CUTAWAY FOB THAT _ ntPOKTAJCT ETEXTi W« Can Fit XMC TOO B* IMBIMBO'S Tk» All »» Flln» gt» Wtbi or SM«O F»o»> «-8«8» COMMERCIAL and DOMESTIC REFRIGERATION WALTER'S REFRIGERATION Main St, Beacon Falls Tel. 7«» Emergency C-U1 6557 Realty Transactions The following papers have been filed for record in the office of Town Clerk Raymond J. St. John: Warranty Deeds < ' Clyde Osco Fisher to George Onisko. property on Rubber avenue and Scott street. Frank D., and Jennie M. Patten to Charles W., and Evelyn G. Eengt- son, property on Scott street. Daniel Arbusto to Raymond M. Arbusto, property on Cross street. Quit Claim Deeds Naugatuck Savings Bank to Dan- I iel Arbusto, property on Cross ' street. Marshall McCann to Mary Sullivan McCann, property on Rubber avenue. Certificate of Distribution , Estate of Creslo T. Sierakowski 1 to Victoria Sierakowski, property on School street. Mortgage Deed Charles W. and Evelyn G. Bengtson to Naugatuck Building and Loan association, property on Scott street. Mortgage Releases Herman Liebreich to Clvde Osco Fisher. Naugatuck Building and Loan association to Frank D., and Jennie M. Patten. FUR PRICES DROPPED" TO A NVW LOW. Compare Price and Quality Established 1X59 fl« NO. MAfV «T. FLUSHING NOTICE The water mains of the Low Service System wUl be flushed beginning: at 11:09 P. M. on Thursday, October 13, 1949, and the operation will end at 3:00 A. M. on Friday, October 14 1949. The water will be entirely off for most of this period in the higher section of the system. Flushing of hydrants will be continued on Friday, October 14; Tuesday, October 18; and Wednesday, October 19, 1949. The Hushing operation will discolor the water and It would be advisable to draw sufficient water for drinking purposes before the flushing operation begins. The part of the town serviced by this system comprises all the streets below Johnson Street on the east side of the town. On the west side, it will affect HiUside*Avenue and all of the streets east of that thoroughfare, also all streets south of Highland Avenue, except Galpin and Hoadlev streets. J THE NAUGATUCK WATER CO. AIR 5:30— WATH NAUGATUCK NEWS: WTIC— Just Plain Bill WWCO— Cant. MidniBht 5 :45— WBKY— Curl Massey WTIC— Front Page Farrell 6:00— All Stations— News 6:15— WATR— Sports of the Day 6:15— \VATU— Al Vestro— Sports of the Day WWCO— Sportscope WTIC— Strictly Sports WBUY— Clifford D. Cooper 6 :30— WATR— Von Tobe! . WWCO— Who's TalkiriK WBRY— John A. Cluney, Sports WTIC— Wripjhtvllic Folks 6:45— WATR— Summy Kayo WBRY— Lowell Thomas WTIC— 3 Star Kxtra 7:00— WBP.Y— Nauga\uck Valley Industries WTIC— Light Up Time WWCO— Fulton Lewis 7 :05— WATR— Headline Kdition WBUY— 3 Suns 7:15— WATR— Shore & Sinatra Show WTIC— News WWCO— Parade of Bands WBRY— Obv. Bowles 7 :30— WATR— David Harding WTIC— Hollywood Theater WBRY— Club 15 WWCO— Gabriel Heatter 7:45— WBRY— Edward R. Murrow WWCO— I Love A Mystery S :00— WATR— Carnegie Hall WTIC— Cavalvudo WBRY— Mystery Theater WWCO— Talent 'Quest i :30— WATR— Town Meeting WTIC— Allan Young WBRY— Mr. and Mr.s. North WWCO— Oflicial Detective 9 :00— WBKY— We The People .WTIC— Bob Hope WWCO— .John Steel .9:30— WATR— Erwin D. Canliam. CPT1C— Fibber McGee WBRY— Life With Luigi • WWCO— Mysterious Traveler 9:4r>— WATR— We Care 10:00— WBRY— Hit the Jackpot WWCO— News Commentator WATIl— Carl Bunting WTIC— Big Town 10:1 5— WWCO— Newsrocl 10:30— WBUV— Community Chest Pgm. WTIC— People Are Funny WWCO— Music. You Want WATR— As We See It 10:45— WATR— It's Your Business 1 / :00— AH Stations— News 1 1 : 1 5— WATR— .Toe Hasel, Sports WBKY— Night Shift WTIC— News WWCO— UN Todav 11:30— WATR— Dance drch. WTIC— Polish Orch. 12:00— All Stations— News TELEVISION WNHC-TV Channel 8 5 :00— Teletuneu 5 : 4 5— Howdy Doddy B :00— Newsreel G: 30— Lucky Pup fi:<iri— F.asy Dues It 7 :0tl— Kuk'a, Fran and Ollie 7 ::iO— Morton Downey 7 :45 — Newsreel 8:00— Milton Berlo 3:00— The O'Neills 9 :30— Suspense 10:00— Amateur Hour 11:00— Late News WC US Channol 2 3:30 — Music Program Preview 3:45— ClaKMlllcd Column •1 :00— Homemakers Exulianso 4:30— Vanity Fair 5 :00— Ted Stock- 5:30— The Clnu-k Wagon 6: SO— Lucky Pun (IMS— Bob Howard Show 7:00— Sports Special 7 :30— CBS— Television News ~ 'A~* — Sonny Kendis 7:5n— Ruthie on the Telephone. S: 00— Film Theater 1:00— We, The People 9 :30— Suspense 10:00— Week In Sports 10:15 — P.lues By Barffy 10:.'iO— Pantomine Quiz' 1 1:00— Newsreel WJTHT Channel 4 5:15 — Judy Splinters 5:30— Howdy Doody 6 tOO— Gobo's Circus K :30— Easy Does It 0:55— Weather 7 :00— Kukla. Fran and Ollle 7 :30— Showroom 7:45— News Caravan S :00— Milton Berle n:OC -Fireside Theater »:30— Ufc ol nllcy 1 0 :00— Amateur Hour NAMED FOR PRESIDENT state Washington named after £ is the only president. Geo. Wiggles worth & Son, Inr PLUMBING, HEATING and AIR, CONDITIONING MAPLE STREET 24 Hour Oil Burner Service TEL, E2GS RAMOS IRON WORKS 4M BFBBEB ATEKT/B Expert Welcllnp ol Al) T/pea—Forfln* Sheet Mela) 4 Ornamental Steel Wort. — Portable WeliiluR Equipment — TELEPHONE «»77 FRED'S HI-WAY GRILLE 501 Soufh Main St. Regular Daily Dinner 50o np CATERING FOR WEDDlNGf! SHOWERS, STAG PARTIES, EU Banquet Room, Cocktail Lounge Full Liquor ILlrenne Red Cross Motor o • in*.i • Service Within Month Proposed Mra. Wlllnrd B. Sopor, chairman of the Naugatuck Red Cross volunteer drivers corps, .announced today that the borough will have a regular Red Cross Motor Service within a month. Special training programs arc to start immediately, she said. A refresher course in first aid will be given by Frank Ficco, first aid instructor Oct. 27 at 9 a. m. at the Congregational Parish house. Lectures and mpvies of motoring will be in charge of Henry Murphy of the state AAA. Mrs. Mary Mathieu Named National Soloist For SWV Mrs. Mary Mathieu, of 318 Church street, was appointed to the national staff of the Spanish War Veterans as national soloist, at the national convention of the group, held recently in Tampa, Fla. Mrs. Mathieu is the sister of the Rev. Paul F. Keating, pastor of St. Francis' church. Atty. Henry H. Hurd, of Hartford, was elected Commander-in- Chief of the group and Mrs. Lillian Curtis, of Meriden, was elected national assistant guard. Plans Complete For Rotary Club Program Tomorrow Arrangements have been completed for the Ladies' Night of the Naugatuck Rotary club to be held Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock in the Congregational parish house. Guest speaker will be Professor Andre Schenker, outstanding radio news commentator of Hartford. His subject will be, "The United Nations." ONE ACTOR ELECTED New York — Edwin Booth, 18331893, is the only actor who has ever been elected to the Hall of Fame for Great Americans. He's Just Her Type SCREEN star Robert Montgomery takes a quick look at what Val Jane Shalom, 3, is writing about him as they meet at LaGuardia Field, N. Y. Both were awaiting incoming plane from London. (International) Columbian Squires To Visit Bethany Police Barracks Members of the Msgr. Plannn- gan Circle, Columbian Squires, 'Will inspect the State Police Barracks at Bethany tomorrow evening during their regular weekly meeting, it wo:-/ announced today by Edward Delaney, chairman of the civic com'mittee, in ehargo of the program State Trocteer Edward .T. Dooli/:g, Meadow street, will guide the boys on the tour. Members will meet at 7:30 o'clock at the Knights of Columbus rooms, Neary building. I J^AUOATUCK NEWS (CONN.). TI1KKIIAV. OCT. Id. 1019—I'ACK Valley Teachers To Name Officers Officers for the cowing year will be elected and installed at a meeting of the Naugatuck Valley Teachers Association thii? evening at 7:30 o'clock in the Naugatuck High school auditorium. The meeting is the first of the new school year for the association William Flaherty, deputy commissioner of the State Department of Education, will be the guest .•ipeakcr. A short business session will be followed by a social hour, •with refreshments, in the gymnasium. An ftulotnntlc t)o(flp-r"n''in(T mnt. :hlix) was Invented Jn 1903. Ammtlng N»w CFMM* Re-Colors Hair In 22 Minutes two-Tint tadcjr. lt'« m n*w htlr color In* th»t r«-eolon hilr rt home u It •h»fnpoo«. T*k*ft only 32 tnlntttn. NoWatUBfffor raid It*. lt*» AM? tO B*« — BO rawr nttinr, C*utton: UM onl7 M dtr*<**d. Won't WM! •ff reboot. Won't hum twrma- 1 HONEY BACK Goaf (•to*. G*t roar ehotM of eotor Uckt B CARROLL CUT BATE STORES 156 Church St 21 So. Main 8t RETAIL, DIVISION Christmas promotion will be discussed tonight at a dinner-meeting of the retail division of the Naugatuck Chamber of Commerce at 6:15 o'clock at Annenberg's Park Place restaurant. William Schpero. chairman, will be in charge. AT CONFERENCE The Rev. O. H. Bertram, pastor of St. Paal'is Lutheran church, left yesterday for Plymouth, Mass., where he is attending the New England Pastoral Conference of the Missouri Lutheran Synod. TOP SOIL WEIGHTS An inch of topsoil in an acre weighs, on the average, 150 tons. BUT^US \tlantic Service Station Fern and Chestnut St». NOW OPEN! ! Atlantic Top Grade Oil Second-to-none 30c-S5c DON'T Buy any washing machine until you have seen THIS NEWEST — FINEST — GREATEST 1950 MODEL APEX THIS YEAR'S GREATEST BARGAIN — IT HAS EVERY NEWEST IMPROVEMElfT COME IN - SEE IT ITS PRICE ONLY $10995 PAY ONLY $995 DOWN PAY AS LITTLE AS $1.35 A WEEK F Blgg-est Trade-In Allowance On Your Old Washer CLOSED MONDAY ' Lincoln (€) Store WEST SO DID A STRANGER MILES AWAY ... IT HELPED PAY HIS ELECTRIC BILL! I JYiiles away from Connecticut, government electric power projects actually sell electricity for LESS than it costs them to produce it! The federal treasury, which your taxes support, makes up the difference. And that's where your theater tickets come in. Thanks to the federal taxes you pay on theater and movie tickets, light bulbs, furs, watches and other jewelry, baseball, football, basketball and prizefight tickets, matches, tires, cosmetics, phonograph records, musical instruments,, luggage, automobiles, radios and many other items, some stranger is furnished electricity at a lower cost than you pay. Government-in-business, exempt from federal taxes and adequate payments of interest on investment which business-managed companies such as ours must pay, is expanding. As it continues, your pocketbook will reflect its progress, be- ' cause more and more money in federal taxes will be required to support it. The Connecticut Light and Power Company , A Business-Managed, Tax-Paying Company

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