Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 21, 1949 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 5

Naugatuck, Connecticut
Issue Date:
Friday, October 21, 1949
Page 5
Start Free Trial

What's Doing In Naugatuck A Calendar of Events Today, Tomorrow and Every Day Friday, Oct. IT. Installation of officers, Amer- ( lean War Mothers, Knights of Columbus rooms, Neary building, 8 p. m. Square-doughnut dance, 8 p. m. in Congregational Parish House. Board of Assessors. 2 to 5 p. m. Saturday, Oct. 22 Board of Assessors, 10 a. m. to 1 p. m. Members of local Aerie will engage teams from Waterbury Aerie in first matches of state-wide Eagles' setback tourney. Hunting season starts. Reunion, NHS Class of 1939, Rinaldo's Restaurant, ' South Main street, Naugatuck. Social meeting. Pond Hill Community Club, 8 p. m. Monday, Oct. 24 Board of Assessors, 2 to 5 p. m. Naugatuck Junior Woman's club Neighbors Night, American Legion Home, 8 p. m. Naugatuck Woman's club Junior- ettes meeting. Naugatuck Foilfwcraft association supper-meeting. Masonic Temple, 6:30 p. m. Tuesday, Oct. 25 Board of Assessors. 2 to 5 p. m. Banquet for boys who took part in second annual Y's Men's Club Coasting Derby, at YMCA. Rumroase sale, sponsored by St Michael's Guild, St. Michael's parish house, 10 a. m. to 5 p. ra. Plastic parts used in household appliances each year total about 57 million pounds. N THE AIR TODAY! 6 :30— WAT1*.—NAUQATOCK NEWfc WTIC—Jimt Plain Bill WW17U—Tom Mix G :45—WilKY—Curt MHMSC.V WT 1C—Front Page Farrell •5:00—Al! Stations—News G: 15—WATR,—Sports ol the Day WWCO— SimrtHCOpu tt'Bli V— Stay Tuned lor Music VVT1C—Strictly Sports C :30—WATK—Von Tobul; Sports WBP.Y—John A. Cluney WWCO—Who':i Talking WTIC—WrlBhtvllle Folks 6:45—WATR—Sammy Kayo WTIC—3 Star Kxtra WBRY—Lowell Thomas 7 : oo— WATR— Headline Edition WTIC—Light Up Time WWCO—Fulton Lewis. Jr. WBHY—fluent Star 7:15—WATU— Kuth HusKey WTIC—News WBRY—Adventures ol Babe Ruth WWCO—Looking lor a Job 7 : ;io—WATTl—LlMtcn to Ann Grenler WBHY—Club IB WWCO—Oabricl Heattcr WTIC—Guest Star 7 :45—V.'ATR—Bing Cro.sby WWCO—1 Love A Mystery WBRY—Edward R. Murrow WTIC—Album ol the Week 8:09—WATU—The Fat Man WTIC—Henry Morgan Show WBRY—The Goldbergs WWCO—Runs Morgan « :30—WATR—Your FBI WBRY—My Favorite .Husband WWCO—Music of Manhattan WTIC—Martin & Lewis 9:00—WATK—Ozzle & Harriett WTIC—Life ol Kiley WBRY—Leave It To Joan WWCO—Air Force Hour 9:30—WATIt—THA WTIC—Jimmy Duninlt- WWCO—Enchanted Hour Vi'RRY— Breaklust With Burrows io-no—WTIC— WBP.Y WATU WWCO 10:15—WWCO 10:30—WTIC WATR. WBRY WWCO 10:45—WTIC ;! : f)f>—A!' Sla 11 :15—WATR. WTJO WWCO WBRY Dr. I. Q. YounK Love ;—Boxint,' Bnnts •Wm. Shire r i—Newsreel •Sports Newsreel .—Sports PaKe -Capitol Cloakroom •Music You Want •Fro and Con tions—News :—Sports News* —KN Today Nlto. ShCl THE NAUGATUCK PACKAGE STORE CORDIALLY INVITES THE PATRONAGE OF YOU, YOUR FAMILY, YOUR FRIENDS We are prepared to serve your every beverage need with the finest wines, liquors, cordials, beers, ales, rums, scdas, etc. For Prompt and Courteous Delivery Service CALL NAUGATUCK 5139 153 South Main Street, Naugatuck Anthony M. Pesanelli _ Permittee 1 :30—WATH—OoniH ; Dande WTJO—l'iinlnlH In Illivthm WWCO—Diinui nrrh. 2 :00—All Siatluns—News TEl.KVIStON YTSHC-TT Channel « DO—TelotuneH —Nownrecl & Film KhortH :i(J—lOiisy VJOOH It TCHS Hox 00—Kukla. Fran & Ollia oO—Morton Downey 45—NcwHreel 00— llaml.s (if .Miinlifr 30—Mpadllnn CliieM OO—Bonny Maids Show :HO— BiK Story 00—Boxlnfi WCT1S Ctianncl i :00—Ted Steulv :30—Tin! Chui'k Wagon :30—Luckv Pup :4r>—Boh Howard Show :00— Your Sport.s Special :ir,—Tc .1 Ktfi'le :30—CHS Tftlrvlslnn News :-in—Tli<! AmMlnK Vulsar :f,r,— lluthle on The Tcliipliono -.00—Mama :30—Mini Against Crime -.00—Theater :00—People's tTMatlorm •30—Newsreel WMIT Channel 4 :30—Howdy Doody : 00—Western Film :30—Ea^y Does It :4i>—Knkla, Fnin & Olllc •00—Kukla, Fran & Ollle ;SO—Morton TJcwnny :-ifi—News Caravan «0—HoiKilons Cassidy •On—Bonny Maitls Show .30— liullevc It Or Not :00—lloxiup ; 00—(irou-toHt FitoK? ':l"i—SpiirtH III ljllo» Middlebury Man On Probation Two Years Louis Bioski, 44, Middlebury, formerly of Naugatuck, pleaded guilty to charges of breaking and entering and theft when he appeared in Superior Court, Winsted, Wednesday. Judge Thomas J. Malloy sentenced him to a year in jail on each count, sentences to run concm'rent- On recommendation of State's Attorney H. Roger Jones, the jail sentences were suspended and the accused was placed on probation for two years. He is the father of eight children. Bioski was charged with the theft of a power mower and tools I valued between $50 and $2,000 from a building in .Woodbury. It was- pointed out in court that full restitution has been made and that Bioski has spent three months in jail awaiting trial. In the same court last Friday, Frank Elderkin. Middlebury, arrested in connection with the same case as Bioski, was placed on probation for two years with sentences of a year in jail on each count suspended. The two men were arrested by State Trooper Edward J. Pooling. Meadow street, stationed at Bethany Barracks. Martha Graham To Appear In Dance Program Martha Graham. "America'* Pioneer of the Dnnoc", will appear at the New Britain Hijrh School Auditorium Oct. 31 flt 8:30 i>. m. under tho sponsorship of the Women's Division of Physical Education nt the. Teachers College of Connecticut. Miss Graham, the outstanding dancer of our time, became widely publicized as "Miss Hush" on tho radio March of Dimes program, :i program which contributed $650,000 for Infantile Paralysis. Miss Grahnm is the first dancer to be given the GuBsenheim award, the fli'Ht dancer to brim; the spoken word into the dance. She is the first dancer to be commissioned by the Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge foundation in the Library of Congress. Scores were commissioned by three lead- Ing composers. One of these dances won the dance award of the year. In 1939 Miss Graham drew headlines as a great comedienne in her dance, ''Every Soul is a Circus". The Teachers College takes pleasure in presenting Miss Graham to this area. Tickets may be obtained at Helen Phillips Gift Shop or by writing the Women's Division of Physical Education a I the Teachers College of Connecticut. Polite, Fire Officials May Seek Kadio Apparatus Funds May Form Junior Kennedy Circle Plans for the organization of a Tunior Circle of Kennedy Circle, Daughters of Isabella, are underway, it was announced today by Mrs.' Steven Kccskes, scribe. At a recent meeting it was voted to form a Circle, which may be the first Junior Circle In the state. Plans will be completed at a meeting of Kennedy Circle. Nov. 15. Borough W*icc and fire officials arc Riving aar'jous thought to i'cek- Ing funds fatt; radio apparatus for vehicles in i- their departments when next ytf&p's budget is set up in April. | It is bellcvBii that should fund.s bo rruido aujwpab'e, the .system would serve iU%th departments as in the case ,iin Waterbury, Seymour and many other communities. Police GHief John J. Gorm- Icy and Fire 'Cfcief John J. Sheridan have expressed the hope that it will be possible to secure a radio syi-itcm hBire. An official o'ft one of thn lurprc radio nianufaojlurinK companies has informed ffihief Sheridan tlitit the Town HallUt»wer would hp an id»al spot fort (jhe radio with the transra^ter to be located in the town haHJi. This, the official pointed out, woidld afford the borough a great saving '" ' ne purchase of land Inf. the transmitter. erection of wiro«|and maintenance counts. f- Should the s>a|em be installed, it is ex.ppntcdii ijadins would bo installed in botHi, police earn, the- fire chief's oar nnd two five pump- er trucks. UnniUcial c:;.tlmati!H place the cost fiiKr the entire sys tern at about $498100. Chief ShcrldnniOhas recommended the installation -of a radio system in his department in ;his budget requests for the^past few years.. BRUSH FIRE Firemen were summoned by telephone at 4:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon to extinuish a brush fire on Scott street, on. property of the Andrews estate. Fire Chief John J. Sheridan said no damage was caused by the blaze. ROSElSHOP Continuing Our Note These Savings In Our Children's Department BOYS* ALL WOOL Sweaters to Sleeveless, coat and pullover In soil I and j»r- quard design". Sizes 4 to 12— 30 to 38. SALE OF GIRLS COATS 100% All Wool BOYS* FLANNEL SHIRTS $129 S159 All wanted and popular fall and winter colors. Sizes 'A to S. OTHERS AT Sizes 4 to 18 All the new winter shades.; Fitted, swing back and: belted models. Krimmer, ; mouton and leopard trimmed, with and with- t ? 10ods ' ' ' lined and in ~ rlined. In tweeds, coverts, fleeces and meltons. Sizes 7 to 16 including pre-teens. $12»8 „ $1998 GIRLS' 3-WAY GABARDINE RAINCOATS ij WEAR IT 3 WAYS: !; 1. Front Belted 1. Belted All Around 3. No Belt » SIZES i: 3 to 6x ; SIZES 7 TO 14 $398 No Down Payment | COTTON — RAYON DRESSES $179 ++*r-+++^*+++*++*-+++-*f ^^ i to $398 Girls' drcMHCH ihat are so inoxpcnslvc you'll love them i-.t these, low prices. Cotton**. Guaranteed fast color and pro-shrunk. Sizes. S to 10, prc-tacns included iind ('hubby. • w A * «• -f^^ - i m i » j^ 87 SOUTH MAIN ST. — WATERBURY SHQ Charge Your Purchases The police department has nover sought funds for radio equipment, but It. is believed such a request will be made in next ypar's budget. NAUOATUCK NEWS (CONN.), FRIDAY, OCT. 21, 1!M!»—TAGE 5 Realty Transactions Town Clerk Raymond J. St. John has tiled the following documents for record in his town hall office: Warranty Deeds Renato Pistarelli to Stephanie PistarcMi, property on May street. Marie Santa Vitiello to Louis Vit- icllo, property on Hill street. Ronald PolomKki to Henry E. Polomski, property on City Hill court. Quit Claim Deeds Theodore Polomski to Ronald Polomcski, property on City Hill court. Stella Wlnslow, Irene Holmes, formerly Irene Polomski, Alphonse Polomski, also known as Alfona Polomski, 'Richard Polomski and Ztg- mund Polomski to Ronald Polomski, property on City Hill court. Mortgage Deeds George B.. and Loretta I. Roh- ertn to Naucatuck SavlnRB Bank, properly on Park avenue. Renato Pistarelli to Naugatuck National Bank, property on May street. Mortffasc Release Naugatuck Savings Bank "to George E., and Loretta I. Roberts. Annual Homecoming Weekend At Bates Over 3,000 graduates, students, and friends will attend the annual homecoming weekend at Bales College, Lewiston, Me., it was an- nouncced today by Robert L. Jones, executive alumni secretary. The annual Back-to-Bates reunion lakes place this cor-.lng weekend, Oct. 21, 22 and 23. when visitors to the campus will witness the Bates vs. University of Maine state series football contest. This weekend is one time dur-j ing the academic year when both students and graduates are on th< Bates campus at the same time. Plans for Back-io-Bates this year have been arranged by a committee of alumni, faculty and Btu- dcnts. Featured highlights of the weekend program are: National Bates Night Rally in the alumni gymnasium on Friday evening. At this time Bates alumni clubH all over the Un.itcd States will be meeting and sending telegrams of best wishes to the gathered alumni and the Bobcat football team. Members of the coaching staff at Bates will say a few words and President Charles F. Phillips, as well as a representative of the Bates Alumni Association will greet, the alumni on campus. WHEN IT DEOPS AGAIN [ BE SURE YOU'RE WARM AND COZY i **>• + *Q| Too Late To Classify Automotive 14 Auto* for Sale FOK SALE—1941 Nosh Ambassador recently overhauled. Good condition. Phone 2578—Low milc- aijMMUNIST RUSSIA HAS 1 AUTOMOBILE M&R EVERY 252 PEOPLE. ENGLAND HAS 1 AUTOMOBILE p«|l EVERY 22 PEOPLE. FBJ|E AMERICA HAS 1 AUTOMOBILE FOR EVffitY 4 PEOPLE. \ Naugatuck Chemical DIVISION OFfl^NITED STATES RUBBER COMPANY 'Swerving Through Science" Right now (before jack Frost starts breathing cold shivers down your back) is tho time to make repairs and Improvements that will cause you to laugTv at the weather. Bring your heating system up to date. Insulate. Add storm doors aand 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 rerr^M n-inrithU' out of income. Drop in for a friendly chat and prompt action. Tfie JVaugatucfi --National Banfc (•bti Fttoril Dtfiill Itu CHEVROLET the one and only low-priced car I With all these EXTRA VALUES r n World's Champion Valve-ln- Head Engine the extra efficient power plant with the valve-in-head design that's setting the trend for the automotive industry. Longer, HeovMr., with Wider Tread the big car in theiiow-price field, with all the advantages of more riding-comfort, nbad-steadiness and safety. Certi-Safe Hydraulic Brakes more outstanding than ever before with new Dubl-Life Rivet- less brake linings that last up to twice as long. »ii i^ i / r* : Center-Point Steering with control centered between the front wheels for maximum driving-ease with minimum driver fatigue. Curved Windshield with Panoramic Visibility supplying all that extra vision .which means extra safety in driving with a fuller, freer view all about you. Fisher Unisteel Body Construction ', \ with steel welded to steel, above, below and all around J?ou for the highest degree of .^plidity, quietness and safety. Extra Economical to Own and Operate and traditionally, worth more when you trade; for Chevrolet is America's most wanted motor car—new or used! 5-Inch Wide-Base Rims, plus tow-Pressure Tires the widest rims in the low-price field —plus extra low-pressure tires—for greater stability and riding-comfort. These EXTRA Values are exclusively yours at lowest cost in Chevrolet! FREE MOTORS, INC. 492 NORTH MAIN STREET TELEPHONE 2211

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free