What's Doing In Naugatuck Monday. Oct. 31 Red Cross Home Nursing course, Tuttle s-hool, 8 p. m. Board of Assessors, 10 a. m to 8 p. m. Tuesday, Nov. 1 Kennedy Circle, Daughters of Isabella, Installation of Officers and Banquet, 6 p. m., at Hotel Elton, Waterbury. Executive Committee. Naugatuck Council of Churches meets at 8 p. m. In Hillside Congregational Church. Regular monthly meeting, Board of Warden and Burgesses, Town Hall, 8 p. m. Public card party, at Central Avenue school, sponsored by PTA, 8 ,p. m. Board of Assessors, 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. Wednesday, Nov. Z Monthly meeting of Aid Society in Congregational parish house. St. Mary's Altar society annual Halloween party, 8 p. m. Red Cross Home Nursing course, Tuttle school, 8 p. m. Thursday. 3+ov. 3 Annual banquet, Naugatuck Chamber of Commerce, Elks' rooms, 7 p. m. Annual Methodist Church Fair, 1 p. m. Turkey dinner from 5 to 7 p. m. , Friday, Nov. 4 Card party, bingo, Ladies' auxiliary of Crusader post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, VFW Home, Rubber avenue, 8 p. m. Rummage sale, sponsored by Ladies' Aid society of Immanuel Lutheran church in Hacke's garage. Annual luncheon, Sarah R'ogers chapter, DAR, Salem- Lutheran Church hall, 1:30 p. m. First concert in Woman's Study Club concert-lecture series, Congregational Church, 8:15 p. m. Christmas Fair, sponsored by Ladies' Aid Society of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 7 p. m. Annual Methodist Church Fair, 1 p. m. Dessert-bridge 2 p, m. Movies shown both days at 4 p. tn. for children. Monday, Nov. 7 Monthly meeting of public welfare board, town hall, 8 p. m. Naugatuck Woman's club musicale, American Legion Home, 3 p. m. Red Cross Home Nursing course, Tuttle School, 8 p. m. Meeting of committee arranging for Montanari-Rado post auxiliary, Harvest Hop, in Cristoforo Columbo hall, 8 p. m. F Goodrich FIRST IN RUBBER TIRES LOWEST PRICES — ALL SIZES $1 DOWN $1 FREE PARKING AND TIRE MOUNTING IN REAR OF OUR STORE PAY ONLY A WEEK Lincoln ( f ) Siore Airman Saved In Heroic Rescue Tuesday, Nov. 8 Junior Chamber of Commerce supper-meeting, 6:15 o'clock, Anenberg's Restaurant. Wednesday, Nov. 9 Naugatuck District Girl Scout committee meets at home of Mrs. 'hilip E. Rice, Park avenue, 8 p. m. Red Cross Home Nursing course, Puttie school, 8 p. m. Testimonial dinner flor CJ. P. Rodenbach, 6 p. m., Salem Lutheran parish hall. Regular meeting:, St. Mary's Alar society .church hall, 8 p. m. Thursday, Nov. 10 Church Helpers annual fall fair, St. Michael's parish house, dessert- bridge, 2 p. m. American Home department of Naugatuck Woman's club meeting at home of Mrs. Robert Fenn, 8 p. m. Card party, sponsored by Ladies' auxiliary of Naugatuck American Legion, No. 17, Legion Home, 'edar street, 8 p. m. Friday, Nov. 11 Church Helpers annual fall fair, St. Michael's parish house. Monday, Nov. 14 Union City Community Club card party at 8 p. m., Polish National Church hall. Naugatuck Junior Woman's club meeting, American Legion Home, A p. m. Naugatuck Woman's club Junior- ettes meeting, American Legion Home, 7:30 p. m. Tuesday Nov. 15 Playmakers present Heaven Can Wait St. Michael's parish house, 8:30 p. m. Wednesday, Nov. 16 Card party, St. Mary's Altar society. Playmakers present Heaven Can Wait, St. Michael's parish house, 8:30 p. m. Thursday, Nov. 17 Music department of Naugatuck Woman's club meet at home of Mrs. George Carroll, 8 p. m. Monthly meeting of board of park commissioners, town hall, 4 p. m. Friday, Nov. 18 Food sale, sponsored by Naugatuck branch, Connecticut Council of Catholic Women, Brennan's store, Church street, 10 a. m. Monday, Nov. 21 Naugatuck Woman's club meeting, American Legion Home, 3 p. m. Monday Nov. 28 Naugatuck Woman's club' Junior- ettes meeting, Legion Tome, 7:30 p. m. CONNECTICUT LIGHT & SERVICES RENDERED NO CHARGE THIS COULD BE ELECTRIC BILL What a boost to your budget this could be. By buying a certain number of shares of THE CONNECTICUT LIGHT & POWER CO. you can eliminate all or part of your electric bill from your budget. J Just sen3 in the coupon and get the information on this idea. My yearly electric bill is about $_ — I would like to know how many shares of stock of THE CONNECTICUT LIGHT &. POWER CO. I would have to own to have the dividends pay it. Name Street and Number City or Town PUTNAM & CO. 6 Central Row. Hartford Tel. 5-0151 OUR NAUGATUCK REPRESENTATIVE IS MR. G. HORACE BALDWIN TELEPHONE WATERBURY 5-0238 (Reverse Charges) Unmindful of the risk to his own life, a British naval airman boldly walks Into the seething Inferno of a fire-wrapped plane aboard the carrier Illustrious to pull the pilot to safety. Below, the rescued flier Is led away from the wreckage of his. plane, the fire completely out. The rescuing airman was commended for his action. (International) iVaterbury, Seymour Youths Injured In Hunting Accidents Injured in hunting accidents Saturday afternoon v/ere Seymour and Waterbury youths. Richard SitifeF, 16, -\oT Seymour, accidentally shot himself in the ight hand with a .22 calber rifte while hunting in Oxford with several friends. Taken to the office of Dr. Edward Harvey, Seymour, his hand was treated. State Trooper Clayton Gaiser of Bethany Barracks investigated the accident. In Cheshire, Manuel Ribeiro, 15. of Waterbury, was accidentally shot in the abdomen by a companion. He is reported in good condition at St, Mary's Hospital, Waterbury. State Trooper Kenneth Tripp of Bethany Barracks investigated the accident and reported the youth was hunting with Philip Coppeto, 14, of Waterbury, when bhe latter bumped into a tree and his shotgun discharged. Mrs. Matilda Carlson, 70, Injured In Fall Mrs. Matilda Ca.rlaon, about 70, of 161 Park a.vcnue, was admitted to Waterbury Hospital at 2:30 o'clock this morning after she was injured in a fall at her homo. She was taken to the hospital in the community ambulance. Hospital officials report Mrs. Carlson suffered possible fractures of both wrists. Her condition is reported to be "fair" at the hos- pita.l. Move To Change State Statutes The move is being made to chang the state statutes in connectio: with "merqy killings," The Euthanasia Society of Amer iea announces it will hold a meet ing at Stamford on Nov. 14 lo ills uss the possibility of amendin he law. The organization has in min uch killings as the one in Stam ord where Carol Paight shot he policeman father so he would no suffer from incurable cancer. WOMEN BUY TITCS About 85 per cent of the neck ties sold are bought by women. in Camera Debut NAUGATUCK NTCWS (CONN'.). MONDAY, OCT. 31. 1!HI>—1'AOK 1 N THE AIR TODAY] 5 :30—WATR—NAUGATUCK NEWS WTIC—Just Plain Bill WWCO—Tom Mix 5-.45—WBRY—Curt Massey Time WTIC—Front Page Farrell 6 :00—All Stations—News 6 :1S—WATR—Sports ol the Day WWCO—Sportscope WTIC—Strictly Sports WBRY—Rep. Town Comm. Music (1 :25—WBRY—Dem. Town Comm. ti:30—WATR—Von Tobel; Music WTIC—WriBhtvllle Folks WBRY—John A. Cluney, Sports WWCO—Who's Talking 6 :45—WATR—Sammy Kaye Showroom WTIC—II Ktiir Hxtni WBUY—Lowell Thomas ; : oo—WATR—Names In the News WTIC—Light Up Time WBRY—What Do People Do WWCO—Fulton Lewis 7:U5—WATR—Headline Edition WBRY—Songs of Our Times 7 :15—WATR—Phono Tfour Answer WTIC—News WWCO—Sunshine Special WBRY—Voice of the Army 7 :30—WATR—Civic Theater WTTC—Cote Slee Club WWCO—Gabriel Heatter WBRY—Club IB 7:45—WATR—WTIC—Oov. Bowles WBRY—I5dward R. Murrow WWCO—I Love A Mystery 8:00—WATR— Share the Wealth WTIC—Railroad Hour WBRY—Inner Sanctum WWCO—Straight Arrow S-.30—WATR—UN Day WBRY—Arthur Godfrey Talent KoolltH WATR—Polka PnrartP WWCO—On the Green WTTC—Barlow Concert S ; 4 r,—W A Til—Henry J, Taylor WWCO— Rnolllght On A Star 9:00—WBRY—R.-uliu Theater WTTC—Telephone Hour WATR—Kate Smith Calls WWCO—Murder By TCxperts D :30—WTIC—Band of America WWCO—Secret Missions 10-.00—WATR— Arthur Gaeth WTIC—Direr.tors Playhouse WBRY—My Friend Irma WWCO—News CrvmiTientator 10 :15— WATR—Kate Smith Calls WWCO—Newsreel 10 :30—WBRY—Bob Hawk Show WTIC—Dave Garroway Show WWCO—Marvin Miller )ft : .|r.— WWCO—Musin You Want 11:00—All Stations—News 11 ;ln—WATR—Snorts WTTC—News WWCO—TIN Today . WBRY—Swine Shift 11:3 0—WTI C—TB A WATR—Gems; Dance Orch. WWCO—Dance Orch. 12 :00—All Stations—Ttfpws 11:00—Late News wens Channel • I :30—Vanity Fair 5:00—Ted Steele 5:30—The .Chuck Wagon 6 :30— Lucky Pup 6:45—Bob Howard Show 7:00—Roar ol the Trails 7:15—Paul Arnold Show 7:30—Television News 7:45—Sonny Kendis 8:00—Silver Theater 8:30—Godfrey's Talent Scouts 9:00—Candid Camera 9:30—The Goldbergs 0:00—Studio One 1 :00—Diana Barrymore Show 1115—Newsreel WJTBT Channel 4 f>: 15-Judy Splinters 5:30—Howdy Doody 6:00—Kids AC 6:30—Easy Does It 6:45—Campaign Issues 7:00—Kukla, Fran and Ollle 7:30—Show Room 7:45—"News Caravan" 8 :00—Tele-Theater 8:30—Voice ot Firestone 9 :00—The Black Robe 9:30—Barlow Concert JO :00—Quiz Kids 10 :30—Weatherman :0:35—Yesterday's News Reel WSTIC-TV Channel 8 n:00—Ted Steele Show 5 :30— Teletunes B : 4 5—Howdy Doody 6 :00—News Reel 0:30—Lucky Pun 6 :4r>—Amazing Dr. Polffar 7:00—Kukla, Fran and O1H« 7:30—Show Room 7 :45—Newsreel 8:00-Sllver Theater 8:30—Barlow Concert 9:00—Candid Camera 9 :30—The Goldbergs 10:00—Studio One Four Plead Guilty To Conspiracy And Stolen Goods Charge (By United Press) Four men who pleaded guilty to charges of conspiracy and possessing stolen goods, are awaiting sentence in Federal Court at New Haven. Judge Carroll C. Hincks will im- « pose sentence Nov. 21 on Warren I. Clark. James V. Carmarro rind Ernest B. Garrity, all of Bridgeport, and Earl J. O'Brien of Stratford. Clark and O'Brien were employes of the Associated Transportation Company where the four men allegedly stole $10.000 worth of clothing from a shipment. The men were arrested in Kairfield and turned over to federal authorities. For LOWER-?Auto iRates Bee FARM BUREAU , . . SAVI $ $ $ $ AND (ENJOY SOUND WORRY-HUt PROTECTION WITH ONE OF AMERICA'S,LARGEST MUTUAL INSURERS OF AUTOS. • BECAUSE Form Bureau t» a mutual' company owned by lf» policyholdm*.... (All policl**;non-amMabl«) • BECAUSE Farm Bureau polk!** or* J written -on a six month automatic renewal batfe .'...-. • BECAUSE Form Bureau' ..' M(*C» rUk company insuring only careful driver* GOOD DRIVERS MAY^ MAKE 'UAl~ SAVINGS/ P. H. DeTULLIO 3 South Main St. Naugatuck, Conn. Tel. 3489 or (6285 evenings) Representing FARM BUREAU MUTUAL AUTO INSURANCE CO. 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