Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 25, 1949 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

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MiUville Children Halloween Party Guests Monday Night The annual Halloween party for , children of Millvil'e district" will ' be held next Monday evening at 7 o'clock in the MiUville Library,' it was announce.-! today by Mrs." Albert Mai. president of the Library Association. The affai-r will feature a costume contest with prises to be'awarded the winners. Tudges are to be named Monday evening. Mrs. Mei £6id there will be candy for all children taking part and refreshments will be served. For Unification HiW ENGLAND'S [ARGEST J^MIEUM STORAGE TERMINAL BUNKER "C" Fuel Oil 4—c per sail on F. O. B. Our Terminal Bridgeport, Conn. Phone 6-3541 NHS Students To Participate In All-State Music Festival ARMY GROUND Force Commando: Gen. Mark W. Clark testifies before the House Armed Services Committee in Washington. He asserted that officers who oppose unification should be "ruthlessly eliminated" from the military establishment. Clark added that the United States could lose the next war if "we don't settle this unified command business." (International Soundvhoto) SMART — RACY — STREAMLINED NEWEST 1950 MODEL GENUINE COLUMBIA BICYCLES BEST LOOKING BIKES IN TOWN FOR BOYS AND GIRLS OF ALL AGES — ALL SIZES SELECT EARLY — FOR BEST CHOICE USE OUR XMAS CLUB LAY-AWAY PLAN PAY AS LITTLE AS SI A WEEK Lincoln ! m Store WEST MAIN The Connecticut Music- Edu cators Association is sponsoring its fourth annual All-State Festival I L-j be held in Hartford on October I 23 and 27. As part of this Festival j the All-State High School Orches- I Ira, the All Scale High School j Band, and the All-State High I School Chorus will meet in Hartford, beginning rehearsals Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock. On 'Ihtirsd.-iy evening at 8:00 p. m. these throe All-State High School groups will give a concert at the Bu.hpcji Memorial. Selection Lo membership in the All-State Chorus is based on the choice of crich local supei-visor. Selection to me nbership in the All-State Band and Orchestra is by audition. Over sixty cities and towns of this state will participate, includng Naugatuck. The purpose of this Festival is to give outstanding high school student performers an opportunity to play under the leadership of na| liona-lly known conductors. This year's conductors are the following: ;Miys Mavy MXildowney, in charge of choral activities at the intlian;t i'tate Teachers Cblltfge. .Indiana, 'Pennsylvania, will con- duel the AllState Chorin; L. Bruce Jones, Director of Bund.--, and Chaii':n:in of tlie Department of Music at the Louisiana State Uni| veriiity, will conduct the All-State Band; and Richard Karp, 'formerly Musical Dir«f:tor of Radio Station KD'KA and now Director of the Pittsburgh Opera, will conduct the All-State Orchestra. A total of over 500 high school students will participate in the combined three organizations. Tickets for the Thursday evening Bushnell performance may be iptu-chased at the participating schools and at the Bushnell Box Olllce. The program to be presented by the.se three Al-State Hgh School music groups is the following: Connecticut All-State High High/ School Orchestra American Salute Gould Procession of the Master- sinc.er.3 ^ Wagner CnniiKRlictit All-Stute High School Chorus Adoremus Te Palestrina Lullaby on Christmas Eve Christiansen O Let the Nations Be Glad (Psalm C7) Gessler Younger Generation Copland Cindy (Mounta'in Dance Song) arr. Wilson Ain'a That Good News arr. Dawson Hallelujah Chorus "Messiah" Handel Connecticut All-State High I School Band Thoiidara—Overture Maurice C. Whitney Folk Sony Suite for Military Band • • • • ; R. Vaughn Williams The Vanished Army—Poetic March Kenneth J. Alford Headlines—A Modern Rhapsody Carleton Colby Scored for'' band by Fred K. Huffer ily Hero, "The Chocolate Soldier" Paraphrased and scored by Harry L. Alford Hands Across) the Sea . . -. John Philip Sousu Egmond Overture .... Beethoven Fugue in G Minor (The I-ittle) Bach Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2. . Liszt Amazing N»w Cram* Re -Colors Hair In 22 Minutes If you want to change itre»ked. gray. iireyin ilnbhalrtoanewlijatr I youthful-looking colo : try Tintz Creme Sham poo -Tint today. It'a new hair coloring th re-colors huir at home _ It shampoos. Takes only 22 minute*. No waiting for r Bmts. It B easy to use — messy mixing. Caution: Us onlyaa directed. Won't was or rob out. Won't harm permanents. MONEY HACK Guur- antce. Get your choice of color today l.t Blaeh, Black, Dark Brown. Modlim W.rm Brown, M.dlum A»h Brawn, Uihl Brown, Auburn (HoniM), Blond. CARROLL CUT RATE STORES 156 Church St. 21 So. Main St. Slight Decline In Poliomyelitis Cases, Reported In State 'Poliomyelitis cases continued to decline in Connecticut this past week, according to the summary of rpportable disna.~€s issued each Monday by the state department of health. Cases of this disease dropped from 19 to 17 during the even-day period just ended. During- the past week, whooping cough cases declined from 61 tc •JO, but this disease was still th« most prevalent common reportable disease within the state. At the sa.mc time, cases of broncho pneumonia declined from 27 to 25, mu.Ti'ps cases from 32 to 14, scarlet fever cases from nine to three, and those of lobar pneumonia from five to three. Diphtheria cases remained at one again this week, while etudes of streptococcal sore (hioat stiiped at three and those of menintrococcal meningitis at one. For the six consecutive week, there warn no tytpihoid- fever'Cases recorded with in the state. Chickenpox cases increased sharply during: the past week, and rose from seven to 38. Syphilis cases increased from 13 -to 25, gonorrhea cases from 13 to 20, measles cases from 12 to 13, and cases of German measles from two to three. CORONET 4-Door Sedan BIG A DODGE GIVES YOU MORE FOR YOUR MONEY! MORE room inside! 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The People 9 :30—Suspense 10:00—Weeik In Sports 10;IE)—Blues By-Bar^y 10:30—Pantomine Quiz 11:00—New.sreel WTTBT Channel 4 5:15—Judy Splinters B :30—Howdy rjoody (5:00—Gobo's Circus r. :30—Easy Does It (Ufiri—Weather 7 :00—Kukla, Fran and Ollfe 7:30—Showroom 7:45—New-s Caravan S :00—Milton Berle 9 :OC-Fireside Theater 9:30—Tale ol Uiley 10:00—Amateur Hour _XAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.). TUESDAY. OCT. 25, 1949—fAGE 7 ANCIENT SCROLLS GO ON DISPLAY Lynn Electrical Workers Vote To Oust Union Head Lynn, Mass., Oct. 25— (UP)—The membership of Lynn Local 201 of the CIO United Electrical Workers has voted to oust International Union President Albert Fitzgerald. In an uproarious meetnfr, the local union members voted to expell both Fitzgerald and three of his followers. Earlier, the same four men were "tried" by the local's executive board for "conduct detrimental to the good and welfare of the union." They reportedly voted for leftwing: candidates at the union's national convention instead of dele- Sates selected by the local membership. Expelled from the local besides Fitzgerald were Joseph Turkowski Jerome Flynn and Leo Corcoran. NEW 1MB PHILCO RKFRIGEBATOE $232.50 7 Cu. Ft. With Freecer Locker 125 Down — $2.23 W«ek Held in Shooting Mrs. Yvette Madsen ARCHBISHOP AND METROPOLITAN o( Jerusalem and Trans-Jordan, the Kev. Athanasius Yeshue Samuel is shown In Washington with one of three ancient Hebrew scrolls believed to be more tha- 2,000 years old. Found in a cave south of Jericho in 1947. the writings are or. display in the Library of Congress in Washington. (International Soundphoto) DEGREE CONFERRED The Perfect Craftsman degree was conferred upon a class of candidates last night at a meeting of the Naugatuck Fellowcraft association in Masonic Temple, Church street. Prior to the degree work a roast beef supper was served. KAUiO — U.C.A. — Admiral Television Sales and Service SWAN'S Electrical Contractors Since 1925 25 CEDAR ST. TEL. 837* 113 NO. MAIN ST. UNION CIT1 Phone 6491 15 Church St. TeL 6490 Open iTrlday Till 8 P. M. Mezzio's Offers:— Complete Brake Service, Wn»*l AOlm- meut and Wheel Balancing, Fro*. En* SV-9%lrlng. Itadbtor Heverte FlitklBC. Bride BaMtvfe-*. An>ftr-»f Tlr**. i MEZZIO'S M8 BITEHS1DE DEITE. TEI, *SJi Pawns in tragedy BEING HEID in Frankfurt, Germany, in connection with the fatal shooting of her husband. Lit. Andrew E. Madsen, veteran U.S. airlift flier, is Mrs. Yvette Madsen, 22, of Brooklyn, N.Y. Below, four-year-old Dana Madsen is shown with his sister, Nancy, 11 months old, completely unaware of the tragedy in their home. (International Radlouhatot . . . I'm a stockholder]" That's John Q. Anybody, a nice sort of guy. Works in one of the factories. He's been saving up, managed to get a little ahead. And he decided to invest his money in industry . . . buy a little stock in one of the manufacturing companies. Why'd he do it? Well, like most of us, John's not exactly rich ... has to keep his eyes open for ways to turn a buck. He could have put the money in the bank, but h« figured that he might get more of a return if he invested in stock. And he might. But then again, he might not. John's risking his money. If the corporation has a good year, it will pay him dividends . . . interest on his investment. But those dividends will have to come out of profit. No profit, and ... It's because of John and all the other stockholders (teachers, bankers, lawyers, mechanics, postmen, doctors, housewives) that industry has to do its darnedest to show a profit at the end of the year. That's the only way to attract new stockholders. And without the money these stockholders put up, there could be no industry, no jobs. INDUSTRIES The NAUGATUCK VALLEY UKE IN WBRY—Tue.. 7:00 P.M. 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