Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 3, 1949 · Page 10
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 10

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PAGE 10—NACGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), TIIUBSTIAY, NOV. 3, 1IMO Overseas Relief Clothing Drive Arranged By Church A clothing drive for overseas re- ,lief will b« conducted hy the Salem i Lutheran Church during .Thanksgiving Week, Nov. 20 to 26, It w»» announced today by the ,R«v. Ronald L. Kent, minister. MHO participating In the drive will ho the Immanuel Lutheran Church. Both parishes arc members of U>e National Lutheran Council, ..sponsors of the drive. It is asked . th*t.' members of both parishes, •and other*, save all old clothing, especially winter clothing, for col- lectldn In the drive. Further de- t tails are to be announced. GOOD CONDUCTOR •••• Silver is the best conductor of electricity, with copper next. Marine Women Meet Tomorrow Evening A regular meeting- of the Ladles' auxiliary of the Naugatuck Valley Detachment, Marine Corpa League, will be held tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock in Odd Fel- lowfi hall, it WB.S announced today by Mr«. Vora •'Mn.K'ui, i>r<*K« curm spondont. Sovonil Inifiurtanl btinl ness matters lire to bo discussed, she said. Mrs. Raymond C. Wooster, president, reported that members of the unit recently attended the installation of officers of the Valley unit, of Anaemia. They were: Mrs. Wooster, Miss Charlotte Leuchars, Mrs. Bertha Harper and Mrs. Alex Urena. Mrs. Wooster and Miss Leuchars also attended the installation of officers of the Blodgett- Roy unit of New Britain, Sunday. This is a HOME not just a house . . . A two family dwelling in the host section of NaugatuRk. Pour rooin.s on (;»c.h floor, oil heal, automatic hot water, excellent eomlhion. An' extra lot of land makes this setting ideal. The price is just right. For appointment to see this home rail Naucntuek 6736. Webster Insurance Service "Where Cost Is l*ss and Service Greater" 111 WEST MAIN ST., WATERBURY TEL 3-0431 YOU SAVE AT CHESTER'S ON BOMBER JACKETS Wafer Rcpellant Shell Alpaca Lined Throughout Mens $9.75 up All Wool — 4 Pocket JACK SHIRT $5.95 up BOYS JACK SHIRTS ;->5.50 lip Guaranteed Savings or $8.50 on Each Pair of Trousers. ; Choice of Wool, Gabardine, Sharkskin, Tweed. CHESTER'S ARMY & NAVY SURPLUS STORE 24 SOUTH MAIN STREET Naugatnck Phone 6919 J>PEN DAHJT9—« — FRIDAY NIGHT TFLL 9 P. M. PLANE IN WHICH 55 PERSONS LOST THEIR LIVES Some Good Buys In Second Hand Refrigerators & Kitchen Ranges Visit Our Bargain Department which includes new DUO-THERM SPACE HEATERS in all sizes. Also Launderall Automatic Washers and Thor Automatic Washers at greatly reduced prices. • EASY TERMS • *£ -- - JjUES 6 OPEN WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY EVENINGS • CONN. FUEL-GAS CORP. ROAD. WATEBTOWN. PHONE 275 TH* FUSELAGE Of AN EASTERN AIRLINES PLANE which collided with a P-38 fighter plane over the Washing, ton Airport is lifted by a huge crane as it lays on its back on the shore of the Potomac River. Fifty-flve persons were killed in this disaster, the worst in U. S. civil aviation history. The P-38 pilot, Eric Ribs Bridoux. « Bolivian, whs the only survivor. He suffered a broken back and internal Injuries. (International) Catholic War Vets omplete Plans For Military Ball Reservations for the annual milllnry ball of Onld Star Post. Catholic War Veteran;!, to be hold Thanksgiving Eve at Falcon hall, a.rc being received) iby 'membem f the committee. Final arrangement-) for the nttnlr were made a meeting of the post Tuesday night. Tickets are available from mom:>•» and those planning to attend ire risked to -make! reservations .rly, with John Kirdzlk, Staney Oldakowskl nnd Jo.'-'eph Kac- cowski. Hall decorations will be 'n charge of Stanley Mnzansk], Stanley SohrieHkl, C'nnlmnr PoHlla IK! Mr. Kackowakl. Felix Zumbrutikl and hlrs orches- ra will furnish music for danc- ng-. Refreshments will h 0 served ind iirlzR.t urn to be awarded. Annual Ball Plans To Be Completed Jy Marine League Final plans for ton fourth ni-.- TUal ball of tho Nauf^atuck Valley >etachTn(!nt, Marino Corps Lfaj^uo, n observance of the 174th anni- •crsni-y of the founding of the U. S. Marine Corps, will bo discussed at a meeting tonight in Q'ld Fol- ows hall. Commandant Robert F. Wilier said today that tickets for the ball are available from members of the detachment. Highlight of the anniversary observance will be tho cutting of a huge birthday cake by Commandant Miller and Mrs. Raymond C. Wooster, president of the Ladies' auxiliary. The ball will be held Saturday evening Nov. 12, in Odd Follows Hall. VENETIAN BLINDS STAY BEAUTIFUL BECAUSE THEY STAY Clean Our blinds custom made with new FLEXALUM spring tempered slats and vinyl plastic tape . . . actually shed dust. .. wipe-clean with a flick of a cloth. Won't fade: Keep their lovely newness for years and years. See them in the latest decorator colors}, SAFFRAN'S BOSTON STORE 70 Church St. — Phone 5856 OLD NUMBER JPOIIMS Eleven and twelve were TII1RD CATTLE STATE is the third Inrtfoat cut- ly written onet.<;en w.nd twotcen. . lie-producing state. MARKING END Or BETHLEHEM STRIKE PRESIDENT of the United Stcelworkers of America, Philip Murray (right) and Joseph Lnrkin, vice president of Bethlehem Steel, arc shown in Cleveland as they signed agreement ending the 31-day walkout of 80,000 steel workers. Contract provides noncontrltautory pensions of $100 a month for employees reaching; the Etfe of 65. (International Soundvhoto) Trial Date Set Itefused rt three weeks delay, Al- Ror Hiss Icnvi'H the New York Federal Court: Building after November 17 had been sot by Federal Judge Bontly as the date for his trial. A jury failed to agree when the former U. S. 8fii<<> Department, employe first wan tried on charges of perjury. (Int.) KOAD MII.ICAOK The U. S. has 1,400,000 miles of improved roads. SMAIXKST WHAMC The pigmy whale of New Zealand > only 20 feet long. FOB FUMY CRUST, TOP end BOTTOM, USE FLAKO PIE CRUST MIX Never tough or soggy but light, flaky and golden. They're the kind of crusts you make with Flako—and at every baking, bq- cause the quality ingredients are precision-mixed. 7 DAY FREE TRIAL Try it at home for a week. If you don't agree that it is the biggest Radio Bargain ever—return it—get all your money back. -..-,. , •, SO EASY TO BUY AND ONLY $1 PAY 95C DOWN A WEEK f- ^^^ f^ \ ..." • -^» ' "' ' '•'j^toL " ''' ' "'• i " —''" •<••"•' Lincoln © fiore l61W.MfiIMST. ^•^•^••••••••HiMMMHliMMl OPPOSITI THI CREIH Phones: Mrs. Masone, Sons Return From BW1 Mra. Potcr Masonc and her two sons, Peter, Jr., 6 and RoRer, 3, have returned to Naugatuck after spending the past year in Kingston, Jamalcn, Brlllsh West Indies, where Mr. MiiHonn, a Staff Sci'Ke'>nt In the Army Air Force Is Htatloned. • Mrs. Masone and her children flew from Kingston to Mobile. Aln., In it mllttiiry pliinc mid then continued thnlr trip from Mohllo lo Now York city by (ruin, .arriving there yesterday. They came to Naugatuck by car, having been met there by relativea. They arc making their home with Mrs. Masone's parents, Mr. and Mra. James Nardello, 514 South Main street. Sgt. Masone expects to leave Jamaica next month for a furlough before being assigned to a new base in this country. His wife and children will remain here for the holidays and plan to rejoin him at his. new station early next year. Problem Of DJVs Discussed At Beth Israel Meeting The problem of DP's and possible solutions wore dlncUHsed TUCK, night nt a meeting of the Congregation Both Jitrnol in the community center. 148 ]'-;.-.irvlcw avenue. Speakers were Mrs. Joseph Kuskln nnd Mrt. William Kosor^ky. both of Wnter- hii ry. A forltif l>uslnenB meeting wn» hcM. rerrt'Rlimi'nln nerved and a nodal hour held. ATTEND DINNER Mr. and Mrs. John Cheplick, 24 Myrtle avenue, were among the area residents attending the annual dinner of the Connecticut Professional Photographers Association, Sunday at the Hotel Barnum, Bridgeport. Certificates of merit were presented to Mies June Cahlen. Hans Stockman and Arrnand Besancon, all of Watcrhury. NOTICE Our Ford Sales Room if is open evenings until 9 o'clock Monday Through Friday r The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 87 CHURCH ST. _ NAUGATUCK All the HOT WATER you wanf at low cost! — when you have a ' / AUTOMATIC GAS WATER HEATER ONLY 1O DOWN INSTALLS ONE IN YOUR HOME NOW 24 MONTHS TO PAY BALANCE See Our Representative or Your Master Plunder THE CONNECTICUT^^JlGHT & POWER Co. A Butiaess-Mtaaged, Tax-Paying Company

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