(jarttet Chatter By KEXN'Y CLYMER A Pep dance will be held this Saturday evening at the local high school gym, following the Cros- by-Naugy Football game. The dance is scheduled to start at 7:30 p. m. It is hoped that there will be as good a. turnout this week as there was at the last one. Seniors started Dramatics last Friday. The best students, picked by fellow members in each class are as follows: Business, Roberta Campbell and Augustine AgKrizzio; General A. Lois Jennings and Bob Selinske; General B, Jennette OT»on- nell and BobRabtoy; College A. L.U- cUle Zuccarelli and Bob White, and College B, Marilyn Carlson and Don Fowler. The Junior Chamber of Commerce "I Speak for Democracy" contest has been opened to all students during the past week. Last year the contest was won by Jerry Labriola, who is now attending Yale University. Presenting new officers was the order of the day at the BBC assembly this morning. Ann Sheedy was the chairman in charge of the activities. The X-Ray program, held last Tuesday, went along smoothly. Nearly 100 per cent of all Freshman and Juniors were examined. Pictures of all members of the senior class were taken last Thursday. Each home-room and its teacher posed on the second floor steps. - The annual Fall meeting of the Connecticut High School Swimming Association will be held at the Y.W.C.A. Cafeteria in New Ha ven on Friday, Nov. 4, at 6 p. m It is expected that Alex '^Gimbo' Sulli\-an, swimming coach, and Alex Krayeske, member of the high school faculty will attend the meeting. The chief business will be the ar rangement of the swimming sched unles for the coming year. Th3 speaker of the evening will be ;ohn Squires, coach of the Uni versity of Connecticut. Speaking of swimming r _ practice will begin shortly and it Is hnprd that as many boys as possible will turn out. The season vill open early in January. Have you noticed the United Nations displays about the school? They have been made in accordance with National United Na tions Week. Teachers in many other classes . have lined up their programs to go along with the occasion. Miss Burns' Biology classes saw a film on the "Horsefly—Carrier of Germs," Tuesday. It goes right along with what they are studying in classes. v If you saw Miss Virginia Smith, member of the local faculty and Naugy High Cheerleaders advisor, in the Shelton side at the football game last Saturday evening, it wasn't that she was disloyal. Her sister. Miss Eleanor Smith, a member of the Shelton High faculty, is the advisor for the Shelton Cheer- MURRAY ADDRESSES STEEL STRIKERS '"' ~~~°~"*' * ? ' | '? f * v' L^-^/ ^4-"% 4 ^ V M . *& , rf it f l ! H 1 ' u fff )//<' ^'i s. If I.U.. H |j CHESTER'S OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT Look At These Values I BOYS' PANTS GABARDINE $4.50 CORDUROY $3.50 TWEEDS ..$2.75 Choice of All Sizes and Colors Boys'Jackets B-15 TYPE Oxford Shell, Alpaca Wned with wide Mouton collar and Heavy Zipper. Sizes from 6 up — $7.50 CHESTER'S ARMY & NAVY SURPLUS STORE .••"• 24 SOUTH MAIN STREET Naugatuck Phono 6919 OPEN' DATLY 9—6 — FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 9 P. M. PRESIDENT OF THE CIO Steelworkers Union, Philip Murray (second from left) waves his hand in greeting as he arrives to address a group of pickets in Bethlehem, Pa. The number of strikers was swelled by more than 16,000 when nine aluminum plants were struck and the workers, members of the Steelworkers Union, walked out. (International) leaders. The Shelton Miss Smith spent some time on the Naugatuck side also. Members of tho Garnet Glimpses staff are working hard to meet the deadline for the publication of the high school paper. The sheet will appear in the Oct. 31st issue of the Naugatuck Duily News. Members of the Senior class will elect an Activities Committee next week. A Senior Project Chairman will also tan appointed sometime within the. week. The choir, under the direction of Jesse Davis, has started practicing the School hymn. Members of the choir received copies of the song Tuesday. The Senior class sale of Christmas cards was a great financial success. The local Hi-Y club will hold an initiation next Thursday. It will be the first formal initiation the organization has ever held. Crowning a Queen Senior Treasurer Bob Rabtoy will be around collecting back dues next week. It is hoped that these difficulties will be cleared up as soon as possible. There will be a joint meeting of the Tri-Hi-Y and Hi-Y clubs this evening. A guest speaker will deliver a talk on World Peace. Sanatoria To Hold TB Institutes For Connecticut Nurses The 'second and third in a series of three tuberculosis institutes for nurses will be held October 18 at Uncas-on-Thamcs Sanatorium. N'orwich, and October 19 at Laurel Heights Sanatorium, Shclton, according to an announcement made today by the Connecticut Tuberculosis Association. The meetings are boin.rr held in cooperation with Lhe State Tuberculosis Commis- iion. State Health Department, and the Connecticut State Nurses Association, and will start at 1:00 p. ra. The program is 'based on present iy need and problems related to iberculo.siH control .and Misa 'lon H. Douigln.s, Commissioner, late Tuberculosis Commission, nd Director, Hartford Visiting urso Association, will serve as hairman, Miss Fannie Eshel- lan, Nursing Supervisor, Henry •nipps Institute, Philadelphia., 'ill lead a -discussion on "The sycholog-K-al and Sociological As- ccts of Tuberculosis." Participants will includet Dr. rnest Gruenberg, Department ol 'sychintry, Yajo University; Miss Idith M. Hettema, Mantal Hygiene Cursing Consultant, United States 'ublic Health Service; and Miss lary Bozernan, Social Work Con- itltant, National Tuberculous As- .ociation. This wiill be followed y a talk, on "Trends in Medical nd Surgical Treatment" by Dr Soorge C. Wilson, Superintendent at Uhcas-bn-Thamcs Sanatorium, nd by Dr. Kirby S. Howlctt, Pi'ps:dent, American Trudoau Society, and Assistant Supcrinten- lo.nt at Lcuirel Heights Sana- orhim. IN KANSAS CITY, Mo., Janice Milrae Bryan, 20, of Lawrence, Kansas, is- crowned queen o£ the 51st American Royal Live Stock and Horse Show. Harry Darby does the crown- inj;. (International Soundpftoto) SETTING THE SCENE FOR HOLIDAY HOSPITALITY With the return of cool weather and approaching- holidays, your dining room once ag-ain becomes the focal point of festive entertaining. Right now you can choose your new dining room suite from the grandest selection we have had in years. You will see traditional mahogany, mellow feudal oak, charming Colonial in cherry or maple plus sleek new transitional and modern designs. Best of all, you will find usual Hampson-Mintie-Abbott fine quality in a price range wide enough to embrace all budgets. 18th Century Dining Room Suite In Rich Mahogany A $439.00 Value Handsome deep-toned iiifilioffiiriy vc- IHHTS in f-Tiieious period styling wil.li bead, moldings on drawer aurl cupboard fronts. The fi'2" crcdenza buffet and 4.")" hrealvEi'out china cabinet Niipply ample storage space for your HTICTIS, silver, glassware and china. 42"xo''J" double pedestal extension lri|), (able opens lo 74". 2 .'inn and -V side chairs in shield bac.k dfr •iiu'ii itre included. Kxaelly as illus- I rated at let'l. Enjoy Living At Home ... October Is Home Fashion Time In Waterbury You Can Piin-liii.se Your Xew nininjr Room On A t'lub Plan Account Liberal Weekly Or Monthly Hud<ret Terms Arranged TTa. * INCORPORATED !H-!)D WEST MAIN STREET WATEBKURY Realty Transactions The following' documents have •>een filed for record in the office f To%vn Clerk Raymond J.. St ohn: Mortgage T»eed Katherine S. Schiller to Nauj,'a uclt Savings Bank, property on North Hoadley street Mortjrajre Release Naugatuck Savings Bank to W-il iam D. Crosby. Vets Reemployment Rights Not Affected By Halt In Draft Although no pensions are Ipresent- y being drafted into the military ervices through the Selective Ser- r ice System, this has no effect on he rocnuployment rights of en- iateos or reservists who enter upon active duty in the armed forces ir on those leaving the armed 'orces, according to a statement by Mrs. Donald C. Wood, volunter 'ommittceman of the Bureau of Veterans' Reennpilfoymont Rights, U. S. Department of Labor. Mrs. Wood stated that numerous questions were being raised on this point. "Apparently Isome individuals have been under the hnpression h:il unlc.'is thev aru drafted. the ielccUvo Service Act of 1948 docs not offer them any pi-otec- :ion with respect to reemployment •ights." Mrs. Wood said. "Those enlisting for the first time after June 24, 1948 and for not more lhan three (3) years have reem- nloymont rights under certain conditions and reservists performing ictivn duty, as distinguished from short periods of duty solely for training, are likewise covered by the statutes." Mrs. Wood pointed out that it is :iot -legally- necessary for employes to notify their employers "when they le.TA-e jobs to enter the armed, forces, but it will avoid misunder- standingo and expedite rec'm'p-loy- mo.nt ,if they do so. She said that the Bureau had arranged for the distribution of a leaflet to all servicemen entering the armed forces through recruiting stations of the Notional Military Establishment or the Selective Service System .suggesting that employes in the military service keep their employers informed as" to their intentions. Mrs. Wood also cautioned these now being discharged from the military Service to make application for reinstatement to their jobs within ninety (90) days after they leave the service!. Clara Bula to Anna G-. Ashak ckagc store at 168 Prospec street, for three years beginninf Oat. 1 at snual rental of $300. NAUOATIJCK NEWS (CONN.), THl'RSnAY, OCT. 10, lulfl—PACK !» KISS SEALS ALL-AMERICAN WEDDING C. S. DIVING QUEEN Zoe Ann Olsen, 18. and Jackie Jensen, All-American football star and newly-signed New York Yankee baseball player, kiss Ifter they were married in Oakland. Calif. (International Smmdvhotnl FBED'S HI-WAY GR1IXE 501 Sou»h Mi«ln St. , Rriculiir T>ally T>inner 50o up CATERING FOR WKniil/JOC SHOWERS, STAG PARTIES, Etr Banquet Room, Cocktail Lonnge Full Llqunr TJeense FLUSHING NOTICE Thii water mains on the High Service System will he Hushed on Friday, October 21, 1!)40, and on Saturday, October 22, 1949. The flushing ope.ratioji on the east side of the Naugatuck River will be on Friday, Oct. 21, between 8:00 and 5:00 P. M, The water pressure for the entire High. Service System will be low beginning at 11:00 o'clock Friday night and ending it 2:00 on Saturday morning. The pressure will also l>e intermittently low between 9:09 and 11:00 a. m. on October 22. This work will affect residents on. Johnson and May streets and all streets above Johnson Street on. the east side of the Borough. On the west side, the service affected will be all houses north of Highland Avenue, including Highland Avenue, and west of Hillside Avenue hut not including Hillside Avenue. Galpin and Koadley Streets will also be affected. The flushing operation will discolor the »'«ter and it would be wise for consumers to draw sufficient water for drinking purposes before the flushing operation begins. THE NAUGATTJCK WATER COMPANY SHOPATKAYJEWELERS,THURSDAYNIGHTT1LL8:45! CREATES! JEWELRY WENT! $738 416 WORTH of SAVINCS* "f o£ T"^ c n fom -^ "»'/o/ „• *°«ien/ D, " 1 °"« Sl r i \"?i"i.'::V'?"°"As : 'X?^"
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