Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 26, 1949 · Page 8
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 8

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, October 26, 1949
Page 8
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PACE 8-XAUGATPCK NEWS (CONN.), WEDNESDAY, OCT. J6..JM9 Search For Hfi Waterbury Eight Overcome By Gas As Despondent Man Tries Suicide Police say eight persons were overcome when Anthony Endrikis tried to kin himself by inhaling illuminating gas in an apartment building today. The eight were not seriously af- ftcted by the fumes, and did not i require hospitalization. Endrikis, found unconscious in an unoccupied apartment, was removed to St. Mary's Hospital after being revived by artificial respiration. A cat in one of the other apartments died. Police say that Endrikis went into a vacant apartment and turned on four jets of the gas stove in the kitchen. An occupant of another apart- ment smelled the fumes and called police after finding Endrikis unconscious on the floor. Authorities said Endrtkis was unemployed and despondent. YOUNGSTOWN CABINET SINKS We arrange for all plumbing NO DOWN PAYMENT PAY $1 A WEEK LINCOLN STORE 61 WEST MAIN ST. Waterbury PHONE 5-2268 Transfer Planned The transfer of the wire mill nf the American Brass Co.- plant, Wu- terbury. to the company's plants ir. Tcrrington and Ansonia, as part of a long-range- plan to rearrange manufacturing operations, was announced yesterday by Clark S. Judd, chairman of the A.B.C. board of directors. The transfer is to take place within a year. Mr. Judd said that it has not been decided as yet what type of operations will be conducted in the space to be vacated by the wire mill. Hit By Car Abe Fandiller, 58, of 219 Cooke street. Wnter.burv. was injured la'' night in Waterbury when stni£l£ by a car ci «rated" by Mrs. Margaret Peluso, Union City road, Prospect, "Waterbury police report. He is at St. Mary hospital in "fair condition suffering lacerations of the scalp and contusion.3 of the right leg. Police report the accident occurred at 11:15 o'clock in front of 43 South Main street. The report states Fandiller was "brushed" by the car as he crossed from the east to we^t side. Mrs. Peluso was not booked by police. Leave Hospital Patsy Brown, former restaurateur, a patient tn St. Mary's Hos- FLORENCE COMBINATION RANGES ALL MODELS ON HAND FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW SWING DOOR BROILER? * EASY TERMS • ™ »», 1* • OPEN WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY EVENINGS • CONN. FUEL-GAS CORP. _WATERBURY_ROAp._WATERTOWN, PHO1VE 275 MRS. DOROTHY FORSTEIN Detectives have joined in the search for Mrs. Dorothy Forstcin (above), 40, wife of Philadelphia Magistrate Jules Forstein, tvho has be«>n missing about a week. According to her daughter, Marcy, 9, Mrs. Forstein was curried off l>y u man wearing a brown cap. (International) pital the past week, has been discharged. Ally. John H. Cassidy, in the same hospital since the latter part of August, has also been discharged. Heads Society The New England Conference Women's Missionary .society has a new president. Mrs, Orbcrt Heydenreich of Waterbury was elected ut the association's annual convention in Meriden. Others named to office include Mrs. John Swanson of New Britain, as vice president; Mrs. William Eberhardt of Hartford as secretary and Mrs. William Langer of Middletown as treasurer. Greacen Speaker At Quality Control Society Meeting John O. Greacen of the Bristol Co., discussed the "Lot Plot Plan" ind Frequency Distribution" at a meeting: of the Naugatuck Valley sub-section of the American Society for Quality Control last night at the Waterbury Club. Fourteen Valley industries were represented by 27 technicians and executives Grover C. Baldwin of he Scovill Mfg. Co. will be he speaker at the Nov. 29 meeting. He will discuss ''X-Bar and R-Charts." KOREAN RAILWAYS Americans built Korea's first trolley line and railroad. Father Taylor Gives Glowing Account Of Visit In Ireland , The Rev. Albert Taylor, assistant pastor of St. Francis' church and spiritual advisor of the Naugatuck Council of Catholic Women, addressed the council last evening at its October meeting tn St. Francis' hall, on his recent pilgrimage to Ireland. His informative and Interesting talk of the trip was enthusiastically received by the group. Ha was introduced by Mrs. Charles F Daly, program chairman. Father Taylor sailed from Boston to Ireland aboard the SS. Brit- tanica and was among 580 others making the pilgrimage from throughout the United States. His return trip was made aboard the Queen Mary. Also making the trip was the Rt. Rev. Richard J. Gushing, archbishop of Boston. The local priest recounted the welcome the group received upon arrival in the Harbor of Queenstown, which he described as beautiful. He related the many historic and beautiful points of interest in the many parts of Ireland he visited. The pound was devaluated during his stay. Saints and Scholars Pointing out that Ireland is called the land of saints and scholars, he said that ruins of old castles date back many centuries. He visited Dublin during his visit. Father Taylor asked that all women of the parish attend the 9 o'clock Mass Sunday morning to receive communion with the council. President Frances Cuddy welcomed new members. All Catholic women of Naugatuck have been invited to join the council. Those having cards may mail th'*m to any member of the following membership committee: Mrs. Bernard Sullivan, Mrs. Joseph Zehnder, cochairmen ; Mrs. John Thurston, Mra. John Doegan, Mrs. Frank Hroch, Mrs. Conleth Kiernan, Mrs. John Ash. Mrs. Loretta O'Neil, Mrs. Lois Hale, Miss Mary Reilly, Miss Marie Pesanelli, Mrs. John Tatigian. Food Sole Members were reminded of the food sale to be held Nov. 18 in Brcnnan's store, Church street. Chairmen gave reports. Officers are expected to represent the local council at the state meeting in Hartford Nov. 5. Miss* Mary Pace of Waterbury, a graduate of Albertus Magnus college and member of the Waterbury council, who is now studying voice -with Madame Wakefleld, presented a musical program. Accompanied at the piano by Miss Josephine Lamanno, the soprano sang, Vbi che sapete from the Marriage of Figaro (Mozart); Virgin Slumber Song, and You Are Love from Jerome Kern's Showbnat. Her -'ncore was Vissi D'Arte from Tocca cini). PRICES RISE New York—The wholesale cost of food has taken its biggest jump in 15 years. Dun and Bradstreet reports its price index rose 14 cents in the past week. At Freedman's ... ... Open Friday Night October Specials SAVE ON QUALITY MERCHANDISE THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY , GROUP OF LADIES ZIP LINED COATS FUR LINED COATS Special for 3)O»/ I \ GROUP OF LADIES KNITTED SUITS Special «i>y<,«/i/ GROUP OF LADIES SKIRTS Special $3.99 Values to $Q.9g GROUP OF GIRLS WINTER COATS !. I Special GROUP OF LADIES SUITS Sizes £»—37 $19, $29, $39 Values to $49 GROUP OF BOYS and GIRLS SNOW SUITS Special 3)«/«i/«7 GROUP OF LADIES DRESSES Gift no (g7 QQ Special tDvJ««7«x and «J.J *UU Values to S10.95 i GROUP OF BOYS COAT & LEGGING SETS Special «hX4.«/«7 Budget and Charge Accounts 1 191 . 199 church Naugatuck, Conn. STORE OPEN DAILY MONDAY THRU SATURDAY, 9:30 TO 5:45 ALSO FRIDAY NIGHTS UNTIL 8r45 GOP To Fight Bowles On Program For State Schools Aid Hartford, Oct. 26—fUP)— Indications are increasing that the next special legislative session will be a 'long and bitter one. Republican State Chairman Clarence F. Baldwin has served notice that the GOP will not give ground on the school building issue. This means that the stalemate between the two parties, which made a special, session necessary, will continue. Baldwin says the Republicans will continue to oppose the bond itsue which Governor Bowles wants in order to help municipalities finance new school construction. The governor has recommended a $25,000,000 bond issue. He maintains there Is not enough current revenue to pay for the proposed program. The GOP chieftain charges that a report on school needs by State Education Commissioner Finis E. Engleman is "greatly exaggerated". He urges that the governor economize enough to pay for whatever school building is needed. Baldwin states bluntly that the GOP will not accept Engleman's report. He adds that Republican:-, will make their own investigation of school building needs, during which they will subpoena local and ttate school .officials. Concludes Baldwin: "It will probably be a long session." Beacon Falls (Continued From Pago One) hicle ia being obtained from Norman Wood, a trustee of the Naugatuck ambulance. The vehicle is expected to be placed in service within a month and will be operated by a group of picked men. Those selected for ambulance duty will be given extensive first aid training courses in the near future, according to the committee. Bitch To Speak "Where are we going, and why 9 " will b& the subject of an address by Charles F. Ritch, Jr., Beacon Falls -school superintendent, at a meeting of the Parent-Teacher Association Nov. 8 at Center School. All parents of school children and others interested in the school system are Invited. The meeting will be held in the afternoon in conjunction with par- fints' visiting day. Teachers of the school will serve tea from 1 to 2 o'clock. Mrs. Adam Swierczewski, president, will preside at a brief business meeting. CYO Elect Raymond Jurzynski was elected president of the Catholic Youth Organization of St. Michael's Pariah, at a meeting Monday night in the lyceum. He succeeds John Peterson who served as first president of the CYO. Marianne Wrobel was elected vice-presiient; Charles Hackett, treasurer, and Mary Ann Sulima secretary. Guest speaker was Mrs. Jerry McCarthy, Derby, ,organist at St. Michael's, who discussed the work and activities of the CYO in Derby. Prior to the meeting the young people attended devotions to St. Joseph, conducted by the Rev. Jerome Cooke, pastor. Pr, Cooke announced plans for n Halloween party and dance for children of the sixth, seventh and eighth gradea Monday night at the church. , Members of the Ladies Catholic Guild will assist Fr. Cooke. Other details will be announced. Annual Bazaar ' The annual supper and bazaar of the Loyal Daughters of United Church wtll be held Saturday evening, Nov. 5, in the church hall. Mrs. John Ferguson Is supper chfilrman, assisted by Mrs. Austin Ford, Mrs. Thomas Walker, Mrs. Joseph Fisher, Mrs. Ralph Tucker, Mrs Philip Kepler and Miss Dorothy Titley. Mrs. James Shetler and Mrs. I Mrs. Frederick Smith are in charge j of the bazaar. Their assistants In- elude Mrs. Bertram Cryder, and Mrs. Sarah Malone. Mrs. Ernest Leopard is in charge of the parcel post booth. There will be fancy work and apron booths. A baked hartf supper will be served. Ticket? are now available. Wed After 20 Years HAPPY Lee Perri of Washington, D. C., kisses his bride, the former Sylvia Perraiuolo of Naples and Marseille, on their arrival in New York from France, where they were married. Lee, brought to the U. S. by his parents in 1930, had always remembered the Italian girl who was kind to him when he wai a little crippled boy. Three years ago they began corresponding and fell In love by malL On The Air G l»0—WATR—NAUGATUCK NEWS WTIC—Ju«t Plain Bill WWCO—Tom Mix 0 :45—WATR—Afternoon Capers WBRY—Curt Massey WTIC—Front Page Farrcll 6 :00—All Stations—NewH 6:1B—WATR—Al Vestro—Sports WTIC—Strictly Sports WBRY—Dem. 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