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f AOE 4—JfAPGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), SATURDAY, OCT. 29 1940 BViry JUVMIB* Sunday) by NATJOATCrCK NKWS CORP. NAOQATUCJC. CONN. M M>ooBd elrna* matter at tbo pea* otflc* to Uaupituek. Oann RATES 1 Month ...WJO '1 Tw Pub. A«**n OMA. N«wi|w]Mr PubHrtisrs SATUHPA*. OCT. J9. 1948 , Christinas Lights .-.-_- Xh« appearance of colorful reel streets of Na.uga.tuck presages and -white standards on ibe the Vpprbach of anoiher attractive display of Christmas lights —more of the same that gave us something the past two seasons that was at least a little better than the boasts of other valley communities. It's a feather in the cap of the Chamber of Commerce Retail Pi- vision, principal 'sponsors of the Christmas street lighting endeavor. The appearance of the borough streets, brilliantly lighted and festooned with appropriate Yule embellishments, was a major talking point in 1947, and IMS. We're glad the program is being repeated in 1949. Representatives of many other communities came to Naugatuck last year for the purpose of observing and learning the full details of Naugatuck's holiday grandeur. In all probability, replicas will adorn the streets of other cities and towns this year. But Naugatuck, we're confident, will be just that much ahead again, with an even more bril- I llant spectacle than before. It's a major effort that's required to provide the grand holiday effects, but the end Justifies the means. Congratulations to the sponsors of a fine community endeavor. Wtf hope they'll have all the assistance and cooperation essential, to the installation of a lighting layout'that again will focus wide area attention right here in Naugatuck. Named U.S. Judge MBS. BUBNITA S. MATTHEWS Leaving a hospital IH Mrs. Burnltu 8.: Matthews of Washington, o. C., who was nominated by President Truman to one of three new posts on the United States District' Court of Columbia'. Mrs. Matthews fractured her wrist in a fall Inside St. Patrick's Cathedral In Washington. (International Soundphoto) Do You Remember? One Year Ago Naugatuck edged Now Haven Commercial, 7-0, for their first football win since Oct., 1945. Tariff Uncertainty President Truman has proclaimed a reduction of tariffs oh approximately 250 items of merchandise imported into this country. Congress has empowered him to slash tariffs as much as 50 per cent. Later other items will be added to the lis\,. the freedom of y>e American market' being extended to the. whole •world and not to certain favored nations. At the nejrt session ; of Congress it is proposed to ask for authority for the President to slash tariffs another 50 per cent, bringing total reduction from 1945 rates to 70 per" cent. There is much to be said for a program, which encourages Imports 'am a result America may export more..But It will not work out that -way. . Nations With -which America has negotiated: on tariff redaction give lip'service to reciprocity, but they resort to all sorts' of tricks -to keep' American goods out. The two; most common are Import quo-tag and licensing. The other nations' have agreed to some tariff reductions on American goods but these are largely meaningless. American tariff policy makers are looking 1 forward to the time when the world settles down and the principle; of. free world trade is generally practiced. That gpal in a mirage. It will soon be oeen how this country fares under a policy. of letting^ goods of otHer nations in .at low tariffs white AmtricwB, goods are all but.frozen out..iff other markets. Q.. Is it necessary to apologize for. a gift because it isn't expensive? A. No; in fact, it is bad form to make any mention of price when giving a grift. Q. Is it considered proper to name an adopted boy "Junior" A; This is perfectly all right. Oo*r Of Strikes 'SeyeoM .d&ys ago it was an- nounceil'that strikers in the coal, •teel "And aluminum industries w«r« losing mote than *68.0«O.OPO % i^|ek' in wkf«sl 'To date the miner* alone hav* ,lo»t more than |2c6rfX*,OC»' in wagc» during the striice which 'started less than tiro months ago. :T6 th«ae enormous sum* must b» added the" millions lost by the nation's economy in the value of production so badly needed. The total of wages' and production U at least\ *2,QOO,000,000 at the present time. This, of coursffi Is dead losa •which cannot be replaced. Months. years, will be required to restore .the financial 'situation of the strikers and their families, regardless of what they may gate through strikes. As 'for the national Economy, it is luffering a setback which will be felt for a long time. All thi-3 at a time .when the. country was headed tor a period of continued prosperity. Under a form of government in which all the people are supposed • to have equal rights, industry Is j unable to operate, largely for the I reason government itself lacks I the willingness to mediate the differences fairly and without bias, It has become a war of class against class In which' the whole . nation suffers. Mrs. Thomas A. Broder, president of the second district, American Legion Auxiliary, was honored at a testimonial by the Auxiliary of Naugatuck Post, No. ]7. 20 Years Ago Passeri by Emmet Carroll set the stage for eight touchdowns as Naugatuck High routed Greenwich, 48-0. It was the sixth straight win for the Greyhounds, who had not been scored upon. Thomas Ki'ernan. of New York City, was visiting with his mother, Mrs. Nellie Kicrnan, of Gorman street. MODERN ETIQUETTE Q. Don't you think there is a tendency to "overdo" bridal s"howcrs? A. Yes, when persons who hardly "know the bride-to-be are invited. If one has no intention of attending, she is not obligated to send, a gift, unless, of course, she is an intimate friend. i . -™~^^™i^ If you have the habit of parking your car on the wrong side of the street you better niuki; a change before you find a parking ticket. affixed to your windshield wiper... the practice of wrong-side parking on Oak street is being halted in a police drive there... overtime parking tags are still being written. 'Pat Sheridan has several new trees planted around his Locust street home... his neighbor, Ray Donnelly, is building a new garage and workshop. . .wonder how Megin Co. workers manage to drive their cars over the muddy road to the Western Elementary school location... the new, wide roadway is not yet surfaced. Add Norm Wood to the list of avid Naugy High supporters... Ho ha.4 Ko«m thorn play all their games to date and plans to take in all those remaining. . .Anyone want to know who is going to win what football game Saturday...Ask Phil Harris at the .YMCA...We hear that he is seldom wrong. There's still nothing being done about the double-parking on Water street at 11 p. m Drove along the street Tuesday evening and found that, if anything, the .situation is becoming worse rather than better. . .Not only were cars double-parked, hut so was a bus...Also noticed n number Rf earn double-parked on Maple street. . .Guess the rain must have kept the patrolmen off the streets. Mrs. Charles Kohn Is up and around again after thVce wwks .abed because of a touch of pneumonia. . .Fred takn uncl Ralph l j usho are hunting deer in M»!n R ...The first issue of Gar- wnt Glimpses for file new NlfS y«ar will l« i n T |,,, N«WN on Monday... * To cl«ur the air regarding the dat« of the Chamber of Commerce annual iner-ting and banquet. ..it will be Thursday Nov. 3 in the Elks rooms and oil no other date, according to executive vice - president Mel Engelstad. Beacon Falls hopes to go over the lop In its ambulance fund drive which starts this weekend. . . .a number of people there contributed to our last drive here In the borough, but most are willing to give again for their own vehicle.. . the steering committal; hopes to raise at least $1,000 in the next week. Frances Hanson did a fine job introducing the two film* at (he Social Studies Assembly of N-ui- Katuck High School juniors Tuesday... The Misses Mary Kmerwon, Colette Daly, Virginia SmlUi mid Florence.. ' Anilernnn, high school teachers, were iri New York to-attend the Herald- Tribune forum at the Waldorf Astoria Monday evening—not the UN dedication as previously reported. .'They heard Gen. Dwight D, Eisenhower deliver the prin- ( ipal ndilrcsH, on "What Kind of Government Lies Ahead". Talk of the evening at a recent meeting o£ the Prospect street school Parent-Teacher association wus the excellent job done by pu- pIlH of the. .school in singing two numbern on a broadcast thin week over radio station WATR . . . the children desei've a big round, of applause. A crow from the company orectinjr poles for Christmas street lighting removed one from ilireetly in front of the lowii hall hnlldhi;; in order that Old Glory could be flown properly . . . wires from the pnle caused tho flag to be snarled up during the past week, ami In order to fly it at all, it hud to. be flown at half- staff . . . the situation him been eorn-ctixl much to the nlriisure of ininiy rPNluYiHs and town officials. Louis Russo, activities chairman of Ojeda Council, K. of C., has announced the appointment of Ralph Hoy as committee chairman for the annual Thanksgiving dance to be held in the Council rooms... Firemen -were starting fires on North Hoadtoy street Wednesday afternoon In an urea when; housewives reported having seen a. number of rats..Oil and kerosene were poured over the open area and burned with a ferocity sufficient to drive out any rat . . .But firemen said they saw no rodents... No pink eTephanta, either... Wonder what ever became of the Beacon Falls plan to. name new streets and some old, unnamed streets after war dead of the town. . .thought it was a good idea. Birthday greetings were in order yesterday for L,ois Fox. . . Our beat Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Henry KarbowicK. who will be celebrating their .second wod- din'K anniversary. Allan Sylvia, Lewis street, stationed with a Ground Control Approach unit at. Yort I^yautey, French Morocco, hu.s written M-Sgt. Spencer A. Brown of the Waterbury Air Force and Army Recruiting office seeking information relative to enlisting in the Army . . . the sailor writes that he has throe of his buddies interested in serving & hitch in, the Army . . . Allan reports [hat he know of Sgrt. Brown through stories appearing in the NEWS, which ho receives there. Most borough veterans checked ilielr NS1.I dividend application cards returned by the VA to acknowledge receipt of the appll- cntlons, to learn when they might expect tliHr checks . . . ciards marked AO1 will have their checks mailed the first week In January, AO2 the second week, <MI<! so on ... numbers run from 01 to 15 und all others are special rases to be mailed later. TOMORROW'S BUSINESS OUTLOOK Of Church Activities Week Of gutufait, Oct. 30th Sorrowful Mission Mark Girl Scout Sunday In Two Local Churches Girl Scout Sunday will be observed tomorrow by Naugatuck troop members. Girl Scouts of the Protestant faith will attend the IV, oclock morning service at the Hillside Congregational dhurch. The Rev. Harry J. Efeatam will deliver the sermon on the subject, Our Homes. Those Girl Scouts of. Catholic faith will attend the 8 o'clock Mass tomorrow morning at St. Francis' church. Eighty scouts will attend the Hillside service, and 68 will hear the Rev Paul F. Keating, pastor of St. Francis' church say a few worda on Girl Scout prinicipals, after they receive Holy Communion in a body, Mrs. Philip B. Rice, chairman nf the Naugatuck District committee, says, "The National Council of Girl Scouts respects the right of every girl to practice her own religion, and through the Girl Scout program, encourages each girl to active participation in her church." She continues, "The program of Girls Scouta, whose membership includes girls of all races and religions, is an ideal medium through which girls can work and play together, learning the skills of harmonious living regardless of differences in cultural and rollgioua backgrounds. Many Girl Scout groups have been organized under Catholic, Protestant and Jewish sponsorship, and we hope that many mor,e groups will be formed In the very near future." Protestant girls are asked to meet at the third floor high school entrance at 10:45 o'clock and proceed to the church in a body. Catholic girls will meet 15 minutes before Mass In the church basement. CONGREGATIONAL Itev. WUlard B. Soper The primary, Junior and senior departments of the church school will meat at 9:45 a. m. The beginner and kindergarten departmonts will monf at 11 o'clock. The film to be shown la "My Name Is Hahii." Morning Worship will be held at 11 o'clock. We cordially welcome to our pulpit Dr. Wilkxid P. Soper pastor of the Huguenot Memorial church, Pelham Manor, N. Y. Dr Soper will preach on "Meeting Difficult Situations." Mr. Sopor will assist his father in the Bervico. This is Girl Scout Sunday. Members of our three troops are .going to attend service at the Hillside church in observance of this day. Children's story will bo "What Are You Getting Back?" Music: Introductory voluntary, "Adagio in A Minor," Bach; "First Movement from Organ Sonata," Borowski; anthem, "There Is A Balm in Gilead," Dawson with Mrs. Clarence I. McCall, soprano soloist; offertory, "O Rmiae,.The Lord of Heaven," Ar- ensk'y;. concluding voluntary, "Third Movement from Organ Sonata/ 1 Borowski. Mrs. Charles D, McCleary is minister of music. The Pilgrim Fellowship will meet at 4:30 o'clock. Monday, there will be no junior or high school choir rehearsals, because of Hallowe'en. Tuesday, children's choir rehearsal, 3:30 o'clock. This is the last re- hearaal for this group before they sing in church next Sunday, Nov. 6.,, Adult choir rehearsal, 7:45 p. m. Wednesday, the Aid Society will hold its regular meeting. There will be sewing, beginning at 10 a. m. A covered-dish luncheon will be served at 1 o'clock. There will be a business meeting at 2 o'clock. Mrs. W. Glenn Kirby will be in charge of devotions, the theme to be "Evangelism Through Worship." The guest speaker will be Fred Ensminger. president emeritus, Southern Union college, who will speak on "Young People in the Deep South." The Aid Society announces-there will be a meeting of all those' interested in forming an evening division of the Aid Society, at 8 p. m., in the parish house. Thursday, the Week-Day School of Religion, 2:30 o'clock. The Boy Scouta, Troop No. 2, 7:30 p. m. Friday, the Girl Scouts, Troop No. 4, 3:80 o'clock. The Girl Scouts, Troop No. 22, 3:30 o'clock. The Brow.nies. Troop No. 57, 3:30 o'clock. The Cub Scouts, Pack No. 2, will hold ah important meetjng at 7 p. m. All boys between the ages of eight and . 11 years w,ho are in- •teres,ted in joining the Cub Scouts are invited to attend with at least one parent. Next-Sunday, the Naugatuck Valley Association fall meeting will be held : at the Wolcott church. Delegates ; and those interested in attending are requested to contact Mr. Soper at once, so that supper reservations may be made. The first rehearsal of the combined choirs of the Naugatuck Protestant churches will be held from 3 to 4:30 in preparation for a program of Christmas Music, to be presented on Dec. 11 in our church.- There will be only four rehearsals this year. METHODIST CHURCH Ravi Matthew H. Gates Church school, 9:45. Classes from nursery through high school. Morning worship. 11. Sermon by the minister, "Protestant Christianity." Music by the choir under the direction of Charles Street. Youth Fellowship, 7. All young people of high school age are cordially invited. Tuesday, 7. The members of the Youth Fellowship will meet at the church to make candy for the Fair under the direction of Mrs. William Booth. Wednesday,. .4:30. Junior choir practice. 8, Senior choir practice. Thursday, 2, The 1950 Version of "The Country Fair" will open. 2, Food sale. 5-7, Turkey supper Tick-: ets may be purchased at the door. 8, Variety Show. Friday, 2, Dessert-bridge. 7:30, Millionaire's Carnival. ST. FRANCIS ' (Roman Catholic) Rev. Paul F. Keating at 7, 8, », 30 and • 11. Children's Mass, 9 a. m., downstairs. ST. MICHAEL'S (Roman Catholic) Beacon Falls Rev. Jerome T. Cook Masses at 8, 9:15 and 11 • HOLY SAVIOUR (Polish National Catholic) Rev. Frank P. Niumleo, Masses celebrated at 8 and 10:30. ST. MARY'S (Roman Catholic) Rev. Thomas M, Griffin Masses at 7:80, 9:30 and 11. ST. HEDWIQ'S (Roman Catholic) "lev. William "j. Topor Masses at 6:30, 8, 9:30 and 11. ST. ANTHONY'S (Roman Catholic) Prospact, Conn. Rev. Thonuu J. O'Connell Masses at 7:30, 9 and 10:30. SALEM LUTHERAN (Auguatana Synod) Rev. Donald L. Kent Donald L. Kent, pastor, 20 Salem street, telephone 2692. Sunday school and Bible class at 9:45 a. m., Divine worship at J0:45 a. m. A nursery is maintained during the Sunday morning worship service for the convenience of parents of small children. Sunday, Oct. 30, Reformation Sunday, 20th Sunday after Trinity. Guest preacher will be the Rev. Sigurd Hanson of Middletown. Ushers, Dean Berry and Edmund Olson. Music, prelude, Moderate," Herzog; anthem, "Grant, We Beseech Thee, Merciful Lord," Roberts, church choir; offertory an:hem, "The Love of God," Llllenas, Luther choir; postlude, . "Allegro," Stern. 4:30 p. m.. Reformation Youth Rally at the Erounuol Luth- aran church, Hartford. 8 p. m. Reformation Rally. Tho speaker will be Dr. George; Hall of the Gustavus Adolphus college of St. Peter, Minn. . , • Tuesday, Nov. 1, -,B p. m., Con- iordia society will meet at the church; 8 p. m., Executive commit- ee of the Naugatuck Council of Churches will meet at the Hillside Jongregutional church. Wednesday, Nov. 2, 6:30 p. m. Luther choir rehearsal; 7:30 p: m., Evangelino Circle rehearsal. Thursday, Nov. S, 2:40 p. m. .Weekday School of Religion; 7:40, Senior choir rehearsal. • r . , • . Friday, Nov. 4, 4 p. m., Senior Confirmation class. Saturday, Nov. 6, 0:30 a. m.. Sunday school choir rehearsal. HZIiLBtDE CONGREGATIONAL Rev. Harry J. Ekstam Sunday, Oct. 30: Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. with worship services and classes for all ages; Morning worship at 11 a. m. 'The church choir will sing and the pastor will preach the sermon using as his topic, 'Our Homes.'" The rite of Holy Baptism shall be observed as two small children shall be baptized. At :hta service also the Girl Scouts of Naugatuck will be the special guests of the day. Sunday is the beginning of the observance of Girl Scout Week and we do well to honor 'such a group, of girls who strive !or better citizenship and better human relationships. Evening worship at 7 p. m. Special music with the pastor speaking on the theme, 'Life's Choices." . Tuesday, Nov. 1, Executive committee of the Naugatuck Council of Churches will meet at Hillside church at 8 p. m. Wednesday, Nov. 2, 8 p. m.. the church will hold its regular prayer service. . Thursday, Confirmation class will meet, 2:30 p. m. Bridjay, Choir rehearsal at 7:45 p. m. The 'Connecticut. Covenant annual conference meets in Woodstock Nov. 5 and 6. Services: Sunday at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 10:45 a. m. Wednesday at 8:00 p. m. "Everlasting Punishment" will be ,he subject of the Lesson-Sermon for Sunday, Oct. 23, 1949. The Golden Text is from Proverbs 15:29. "The Lord is far from the wicked: but he heareth the prayer of the righteous." Selections from the Bible include he following: "He that covereth his sins shall not prosper: but who so confesseth and forsaketh them shall have mercy." (Prov. 28:13). Correlative passages from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy, nclude the following (pp: 447,95): 'Ignorance, sublety or false charity Joes not forever conceal error; Svil will in time disclose and pun- sh itself... Error of any kind cannot hide from the law of God." IMMANUEL LUTHERAN P. I* C. A. Bey. Theodore A Schroder The Rev. Theodore A/Schrader, pastor, 587 High street, telephone 3493. Sunday, Oct. 30, Reformation ,Sunday. .Church school, 9:30 a. m Worship service 10:30 a. m. Sermon topic: "Tho Just Shall Live by Faith." Text from Romans 1:17. 2:30 p. m. The first meeting of the Adult Membership class at the church. All persons interested in uniting with the church should attend this group meeting. Tuesday. 8 p. m., the executive committee of the Naugatuck Council of Churches, will meet at the Hillside Congregational church. Thursday, 2:30 p. m. Weekday School of Religion. Friday, the Ladies' Aid rummage sale at Raytkwich garage on South Main street, Friday, 6:15 p. m., Junior choir rehearsal; 7;15 p. m., choir rehearsal. Roy Beron, organist and director. Saturday, 10 a. m. Confjrma- tion class. ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN Mtasouri Synod Bov. O. H. Bertram, FMtor Sunday school and Bible class, 9:30. Public worship, 10:30. Theme: "The Blessings of the Reformation." The Lutheran Hour, WWCO. 12:30; WATR, 3:30. Choir rehearsal, Wednesday, 7:30; Adult membership class, Wednesday, 7:30. Ladles'Aid meeting, Thursday, 8; Children's Confirmation Instructions, Thursday, 2:45. Sunday the 432nd Reformation anniversary will be observed at St. Paul's. .It was on Oct. 31, 1517 that :he 'Rev. Dr. Martin Luther nailed the 95 Theses or sentences on the door of the Castle church in Wittenberg in which he declared that the church should observe and teach only those doctrines which were contained in the Bible. Maintaining that salvation is found alone in_ Christ Jesus and not by any merits of our own. Luther established a re-discovered doctrine of which many people were ignorant. One of his passages of the reinstated doctrine of justification :iy grace through faith, was, "By race are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves; it is the gift of God, not of works, lest any man should boast." (Ephesians 2,8). The Bible was Luther's sole guide in the Reformation, and remains the only guide of the Lutheran church in teaching and prac- ,ice. CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST i HIS WIFE and two children killed in the crash of a chartered plane in Cape Cod Bay off Provincetown, Mass., Harold Kcppel (above), of Now York arrives in Boston to claim the body of his wife. The youngsters, Paul, 2, and Bruce, 1, were not found. Mrs. Keppel and the boys were en route to Provincetown. (International Soundphoto) Household Scrapbook Cocktail Partly frozen tomato juice will make a delicious and different cocktail for the opening course of luncheon or dinner. For variety, add a few slices of pimento-stuffed olives to the ,juice before freezing it. Book Binding* Leather-bound book* should be wiped occasionally with a slightly Oiled cloth to restore some of the oil which has dried out. Sweater Pocket* The pockets of sweaters will not stretch and sharp articles will not noke through if the pockets arc lined with sateen. ST. MICHAEL'S (Episcopal) Her. Wlnfred B. Langhont The services for Sunday, Oct. 30, 20th Sunday after Trinity and for f .he week following are: Sunday, Oct. 30—7:30 a. m., Holy Communion; 9:30 a. m. Church school, 10:45 a. m Nursery school, 11:00 a. m. Confirmation service, the Rt. Rev. Frederick Budlong, D. D.; ushers, Frederick Nawrath, Seabury Hungerford, James Garfield, Victor Garfield; acolytes, Donald Towler, Lee Yeaton, Ronald Grele. T:30 p. m. Young People's Fcllow- »hip, Halloween party. Monday, Oct. 31—No guild meet- ng; 81 p. m. Naugatuck Community String Orchestra. Tuesday, Nov. 1—9 a . m. Holy Communion, All Saints Day; 7:30 o. m. Playmaker's rehearsal. Wednesday, Nov. 2—3:30 p. m. Brownies; 8 p. m. Teaching mission, the Rev. Julien Gunn. Thursday, Nov. 3—9 a. m. Holy Communion; 3:30 p. m. Grammar school girls choir rehearsal; 2:30 D. m. Weekday School of Religion; S p. m. Teaching mission. Friday, Nov. 4—9 a. m. Holy Communion; 3:30 p. m. Girl Scout 'a-oop; f:30 p. m. Playmaker's rehearsal; T p. m. Boy's choir rehearsal; 8 p. tn. Teaching mission. Saturday, Nov. 5—8 p. m. Square dancing in Lewis Memorial hall. Look And Learn 1. What famous En^linh courtier of the time of Elizabeth paved the way for the settlement of America? 2. When a person is commanded to appear at a certain place on a certain dav as witness, what does he receive? 23, What in rowing parlance is meant by "catching a crab"? •!. What arc tabloids? S. What character of Shakespeare has the greatest number of lines to speak? Answers 1. Sir Walter Raleigh. 2. A subpoena. 3. When an oarsman fails to raise the oar clear of the water on recovery. 4. A newspaper of small format. 5. Hamlet, whose lines number NEW ENGLAND'S LARGfSI PETROUUH STOBAGF TERM. BUNKER "0" Fuel Oil **TobC per gallon F. O. B. Our Terminal Bridgeport, Conn. Phone 8-S641 ^~*t. BUCKLEY ^ SETTER SERVICE LOWER FUEL COSTS ONLY 2 MORE DAYS TO C1T YOUR FR£E SAFETY CHECK AND INTRY BLANK The NAUGATUCK FUEL Co. 87 Church St. , Tel. 5236

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