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Violinist Opens Club Concert Series Tonight Stuart Canin To Appear In Varied Program The -works to be performed tonight by Stuart Canin, violinist, when he qpens the second season of the Women's Study club concert-lecture series, were made known today by Mrs. Jesse F. Davis, chairman. Mr. Canin, accompanied at the piano by Miss Alice Shapiro, has endeavored to suit all tastes in ar- rangHT the following program- I Sonata in a Major—Vivaldi Preludio and Capriccio Correate Giga n Sonata in G Major, Op. 30, No. 3^-Beethoven Allegro Assai Tempo di Mlnuetto Allegro Vivac* in Concerto in G Minor—Bruch Allegro Moderate Adagio Allegro Energico IntermJ*rton rv Ha van a: se—Saint-Saens V Caprice in a Minor—Wieniawski Berceuse, from The Fire•Bird* 1 —Stravinsky-Diushkin Tambourin Chinois—Kreisler Scherzo-Tarantelle —"Wieniawski Approximately 550 season tickets have been sold to date, guaranteeing a capacity audience of • tevers of flne music, -who will come from Naugatuck, Middlebury. Waterburyv Oxford, Prospect, Seymour, Woodbury, Beacon Falls and' Cheshire. The concert will take place in the auditorium of the Congregational church, on the green, at 8:15 o'clock. Since there are no reserved seats, patrons are urged to come early. Subscribers are also reminded that the committee will not be ai>le to fill ticket cancellations this year. Admission to the Friday evening concert will be by season ticket only. Hartford County Jail Plans Approved Hartford. Nov. 4—(UP)—Plans for remodeling the Hartford county jail have been approved by a national authority on prisons. The plans were approved by Austin H. McCormick of New York but no cost estimate has been made. The planned work includes a new dormitory in the okl jail ^rolldng and a new ceiling and flopr-in the dining h&ll. Sheriff James B. "Ellsworth says the renovation Is the'first step in a three point program to relieve crowded conditions at the jail. Father Vilciauskas Appointed Chaplain Of Volunteer Firemen The Rev. George Vilciauskas, assistant pastor of St. Mary's church, was elected Catholic Chaplain of the Naugatuck Hose, Hook and REV. GEORGE VIIX3IACSKAS Ladder Co. at last night's meeting in the firehouse, it was announced today by Foreman Herbert Cockcroft. He succeeds the late Rev. John Wanat of St. Hedwig's church. Father Vilciauskas will be presented his chaplain's badge oarly next month according to plans discussed at the meeting. The Rev. Winfred B. Langhorst, rector of St. Michael's Episcopal Church is Protestant Chaplain of the company. Want To Question Escaped Prisoner In Slaying Case Tolland, Conn., Nov. 4 (U P) A prisoner who escaped from the Tolland county jail Oct. 15 is wanted for questioning in connection with a robbery slaying in Portland. Vlaine. Frank Alfred Hill iyas working out a $75 fine for driving without a license when he escaped from a work party employed outside the jail. Authorities in Portland want to (question him about the death of 50- I year-old Mitchell A. Berube. The gas station attendant was robbed of more than $100 and killed. Talbot Statement (Continued from Page One) his new opinion, which represents a complete reversal of his former beliefs and attitude." "In view of iMr. Dibble's decision that neither the armory nor the garage should be built on the proposed site, I'm inclined to refer all future questions brought to me by the National Guard to the Chamber of Commerce. "I sincerely hope they'll do a much better job than they accomplished, in the original 1923 campaign and later program to dcvelcip Recreation Field. "I also would questio nthe sincerity of the Chamber in expre,» sing hope for a community building or armory to provide basketball, recreational, and assembly requirements. When the Veterans Council was soliciting support for a community auditorium the Chamber of Commerce refused to cooperate. Can the Chamber point to a single, constructive effort on its part to obtain a community auditorium for Naugatuck? I know countless residents, including myself, who would be happy to join with them in such an effort. "This sudden, ill-timed criticism of a constructive effort reminds me of the imisleading report circulated by the Chamber a little more than a year ago that Naugatuck has no housing shortage. Had that report been accepted the present development of Nauga- •wam, and another anticipated, would have been lost. No housing shortage here? Not among the Chamber officials, that's obvious" "If Mr. Dibble haa done anything- in a. voluntary way for the benefit of Naugatuck it's hardly evident. But maybe it's not too late. Maybe, in view of his new interest in the borough's beauty, haves and have-nots, he'll lead the drive for a community auditorium. "I was invited to attend the Chamber dinner last night. I'm happy, in view * of these deveop- ments, that I was unable to at- tetnd. "Finally, the Chamber displayed great interest in Nuug-atuck business in the arrangement of their banquet. It was served by a caterer from Shelton." 68 "Y" Boys To See Yale, Brown Game Sixty- eight boys will witness the Yale-Brown football game tomorrow afternoon at Yale Bowl, New Haven, as guests of the Naugatuck YMCA, it was announced today by Wesley Cady. program secretary. The boys will meet In the boys' lobby of the Y at 12 o'clock and will leave for the game at 12:30 o'clock. The boys will be transported by private car. Each driver will be assigned a group of boys and will be in charge of them at the game. , who will make the trip Those are: Robert Breault, Robert Nardello, Robert Lengyel, Ronald Lengyell Paul Williams, Thomas Hearns, Robert Packer, Richard Brodeur, Alden Greer, Brian O'Neil, William Dowling, James Petit, James Dinneny, Anthony Celello, Anthony Burns, Frederick Bendler, Geoffrey Wilson, Robert Kessen Jdhn O'Keefe, Thomas Ward, Robert Ward, Vincent Lupo, Charles Klukis, Thomas Daly, Robert Magnamo, Thomas McDermott, Donald Fellows, Charles Cam, Donald Rodwick, Rudolph Valentine, Michael Sgrlllo, Douglas Harrison, Paul Kennedy, Paul Bendler, Thomas Donnelly, Neal Huston, James Murphy, Richard Cam, Thomas Curtin, Thomas Jackewicz, Eugene Galeski, Alvin Hyde, Emmett Murtha, John O'Toole, John Packer, Wayne Cabral, John Lawonski, Robert St. John, Allen Greer, Ronald Cabral, Richard Schaeffer, Robert Ort, Richard Ort, Alan Hermonat, Richard Rodriques, Richard Olson, Douglas Olson, John Christie, Edward Garland, William DeCarlo, Frank Gillon, James Kra- veske, James DeCarlo, Michael Conway, Henry Gamble, Joseph Marrinello, Timothy MacDonald, George Zonas. Students To Hear Canadian Pianist In Recital Monday Beacon Falls (Continued From Page One) Greene, Hickey Named By National Safety Council Hartford, Nov. 4—CUP)—The appointment of two Hartford men to ,positions with the National 'Safety Council Is announced. Director William M. Greene of the Connecticut Highway Safety Commission has been named second vice-chairman of the Council's traffic section executive committee. State Police Commissioner Edward J. Hickey was appointed member - at - large o f the police ter, president, will preside. Question Recreation (Continued From Pacro One ^ -HUGHES "Woterbury's Friendly Deportment Store" Imported Irish Linen TOWELING REGULAR yd. Special 59° Yd- Pure hucn toweling that's extra absorbent and lintle.ss. Just what you need to put a sparkling gleam on your china and glassware. Full 17;" wide. White with colored borders of Red, Blue, Croon and- Yellow. 5 yards of this toweling makes 6 good size dish towels. READY MADE Imported Irish Linen tflSH TOWELS Regular 79c SPECIAL PJQ C each Made from above toweling, absorbent and lintlcss. Bach towel measures 17" wide and 30" long. Border on 4 sides. Colors of Red, Blue, Green and Yellow. Plastic HOSTESS SET $198 Set' They're new. colorful, and practical! Perfect for gift giving. Set consists of one plastic table cloth 54x54 with 24 matching designs and color paper napkins. Neatly boxed. Martex Cotton and Linen DISH or GLASS TOWELS O for 35c Each A wonderful value in branded quality Martex dish or glass towels. 16" wide and 30" long. Attractive colored borders of Red, Blue and Green. Absorbent, dries wonderfully. Dr. and Mrs. A. W. Heacock, Mis I. L. Sqquircs, Mr. and Mrs. John J Carr, Mr. and Mrs. George J, Behr endt, Mr. and Mrs. John U. Ferri Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Brown Dr. and Mrs. Paul M. Elliott, Mi and Mrs. Carlton W. Bristol, Mi and Mrs. W. G. Boies, Mr. an Mrs. Carl E. Erickson. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Swan Mise Nancy L. Anderson, Mr. an Mrs. M. P. Engelstad, Donald Mar cellus, Charles L.' Eyanson, Sher man H. Brown, Rev. Donald L Kent, Jack Conway, Mr. and Mrs Joseph P. Donahue, Mrs. Arthu Granger, William J. Papc, Mr. am Mrs. Charles E. Brust Mr. am Mrs. W. E. Bittle, Mr. and Mr' William Schpero, Clarence Freed man, Louis Freedman, C. Arthu Foger, John Z. Darby, Mr. anc Mrs. William J. Oldakowski, .Ir Mr. and Mrs. Lewis A. Dibble, ,Tr Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Ineson Mr. and Mrs. Andrew M. Culver Hubert W. Stone, F. S. MacDon aid. Mr. and Mrs. Paul V. Johnson Miss Helen L. McDonough, Miss Estellc McDonough, Mr. and Mrs John R. Thibodeau, Mr. and Mrs Elmer F. Schmitz, Mr. and Mrs Harold P. Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs Harold R. Perry, Mr. and Mrs Walter A. Norwash, Dr. and Mrs W. S. Coc, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Scally, Mr. and Mrs. H. P| Scullin, Bert Welbourne, Herman W Steinkraus. Jack Lenners, Mr. and Mrs. Verner Gustafson, Mr. and Mrs Idris R. Alderson, Dr. Harold E. Davids Mr. and Mrs. John J. Wrinn B. N Wilmot, Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Tom- Hnson. Mrs. Calvin Kazanjian Mr and Mrs. Alexander Kolakowski Mr and Mrs. C. F. Carlson, Mr and Mrs. Harry L. Carter, Mr. and Mrs Samuel I. Lyons, Mr. and Mrs H. J. Sagcndorf, Robert I. Coleman Joseph C. Raytkwich, Jr., Everett Swanson, Jere J. Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Turnblom Mr. and Mrs. Harold (3. ,-vaz; lian, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Parsons, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Sutherland Mr. and Mrs. William M Ghitten' i ' , Mr- and Mrs ' John J - Gormy ' » Mr ' and Mrs " Emil Mannweiler, Mr. and Mrs. Milton B. Lent Harold E. Chittenden, William j Noble, Jr., Edward Noble, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph M. Hcnnick Mio= Dorothy Bean, A. L. Lorentzon, mil y -D6a.n, A. L. Lorcntzon ~ IvTia fo^ £ or . e . n , tzon . Kenneth E.'Johnson, Carlisle Tuttle, Charles n Arnold^ Charles E. Spencer m ^ r - A nd , M " : W - ^ Witherwax. t to make a houne-to-house canvas Mr. Swan points out that facllltie of the club are available to all re idents of the town or' all those wh work in town but live elsewhere. Other committees named for th coming year are as follows: Fran Wood and Wilbur Archambau] financial; Frank Semplenskl an Mr. Swan, by-laws; William 'Le Sr., building Improv%ments; Ra> mond Jones, Edward Mitchell an Joseph Mennillo. house committee Albert Zollo, Peter Bachinsky an Charles Mitchell, rental commit tee; Mr. Swan, Mr. Jones and EC ward Mitchell, membership an Walter Okoskl, social club activ ties. Dies In Ansonia Paul Mulevich, Silver Hill rond Ansonia. father of Mrs. France, Skoronskl, Union-City, died yes erday at hi« home af'ler a M*, illness. A native of Lithuania, h e had been a resident of Ansonia fo? the rast 41 years, and was employed at the American Brass £., In addition to his daughter he '* survived by his .wife, a son two daughters and five grandchildren funeral services will be held to' morrow morning from the Jar/.** F. Shay Funeral Home, AnsonVa. to S.. Anthony's Church where a high Mass of requiem will be celebrated at 9 o'clock. Burial wl'J be !n St. Michael's Cemetery Der by. Friends mnv call at the funeral home this Wfjemoon and evening from 2 to 5 and from 7 to 10 o'clock. APPOINTED Hartford. Nov. •$— (UP)— A Hartford councilman has been appointed to a $4,000 a year lob with the State Housing Authority. Fuldo A Orsini will be administrative assistant to the director of the home ownership division. Orsini is not a candidate for reelection. Yale-Brown Game All Boy Scouts of Troop 1, Bea con Falls, planning to attend th Yale-Brown game in New Have tomorrow afternoon are asked b Scoutmaster Raymond Jones to a tend tonight's meeting at 7 o'cloc: in the Community Club basemeni Final plans for the trip will b made at the meeting. Mr. Jones reported today that 2 boys have already Indicated the will attend the game. The trip wi be made in -Bob Sanfcyd's schoo bus, leaving from the Conimunlt Club at 12:30 o'clock tomorrow af ternoon. i •- To Entertain Rep. Clara O'Shea, Burton road will entertain the New Haven Coun ty Federation of Democratic Wo men at her home Thursday eve ning, Nov. 17. About 50 women ar expected to attend, and Mrs. Win fred McDonald, secretary of state will preside at a brief busines session. Mrs. Flora Conroy, former 17th district committeewoman will b co-hostess with Mrs. O'Shea. t smorgasbord supper will be serve at 5 p'clock. Recuperating Mrs. Edna Waldron, Bethany road, is recuperting at her home after being injured in a fall at her home recently. Hospital Patient Mrs. Elizabeth Schofield, Bethany road, is a patient at *rlffin Hospital, Derby. Refuses GOP Demands To Discuss Matters Other Than School Ajd Hartford, Nov. -l-r(UP)—Gover nor Bowles today refused to r;'ve in to Republican demand that next week's special legislative session take up other matters besides school aid. The governor says there are seven additional subjects which he describes as of "urgent importance to the people of Connecticut." But he adds that it would be fu- :ile to take these up next week, un- ess there is an agreement beforehand between the poltlcally-op- posed houses of the legislature. , Among the matters which the governor thinks should be taken up sometime are extension of the- 26-week limit on unemployment compensation, broadening the workmen's compensation and unemployment compensation acts, es- ablishing a 75-cent minimum wage, and liberalizing old age assistance. Other items listed by Bowles tvre expanding Connecticut's rural chool supervision service, Improv- ng the lot of state and municipal mployes, and passing 15 measures which failed to become law at the ast session when time ran out. Monday afternoon, Nov. 7, at 4 o'clock In the auditorium of Nau- £atuck High school, Miss Rose Goldblatt, brilliant (pianist, will present a recital, iby invitation of Dr Felix Guenthcr, for the students of his course in music. Born in Montreal, Miss Goldblatt is regarded as one of the foremost of Canadian pianists. •Following. five years of study at the Royal College of Music in London, England', she traveled extensively in Eurctpe. The program will include a group of Chopin, in commemoration of the centennial of his death, and Brahms. Among modern composers Miss Goldfolatt will present the first performances of works of contemporary Canadians, who have dedicated their compositions to her. , Dr. Guenther invites Naugatuck music lovers V> be his guests on this occasion. Unemployed Groom Confesses To "fix" Attempt At "Rock" Salem, N. H., Nov. 4—(UP)—An unemployed groom from Arizona allegedly confessed today that he alone was responsible for recent attempts to -fix horse races at Rockingham Park. The groom 5s William Weaver of Nogales, Arizona. He was picked up last week til a restricted stables area and at the time merely was charged with Ires- passing. He allegedly has admittetd to track officials that he alaced sponges in the noses of "'seven horses in an effort to hamper their breathing—so they couldn't win .in October 24 race. But Weaver allegedly says he didn t win a cent on the race which he tried to fix. later today he'll be arraigned in Saiem municipal court on seven counts of maliciously interfering wl th a race horse. * KNAPGATPCK NEWS (CONN.), FRIDAY, NOV. 4. 1!)I9—PAGE 5 Trooper Cleared In Fatal Accident Danbury, Nov. 4—(UP)—A state trooper involved in a fatal automobile crash had his driver's license returned. Louis W. Jackman lost his license following an ac- cident March 19 in Darien. Killed in the mishap in which Jackman was injured was Car! D. T. Baker of Stamford. The state trooper has been ab- sblvcd of all blame in a coroner's reixn-t and has received $25.000 in an out of court settlement. KXTINCT VOLCANO Munt Rainor, Washington, is an extinct volcano 14.408 feet high. Cornerstone Laid ' For New Telephone Juilding In Derby The cornerstone of the new South- rn New England Telephone Co. building in Derby, built by the W T. Megin, Inc., Naugatuck, was laid •esterday afternoon in impressive eremonies. Among the speakers at he affair were Lucius S. Rowe 'ice-president and general manager >r the phone company; Mayor >ank Fitzpatrick of Ansonia and Mayor Anthony Dirienzo of Derby The new building will house dial quipment for r.he Ansonia-Derby xchan * xchange. BOROUGH COURT Mrs. Rose Krykowisikl, 59 South Main street, was given a 30-day all sentence, suspended for three « When she ^Peared before ,e Martin L. Caine in Borough ourt today. She was arrested at 1.45 o clock last night by Patrol nan Theofll P ruchnickiJ ™[ harge of intoxication. case of Joseph Babio, 26 r,t™. '« ° Street ' char eed with ntoxication; l^as continued to an.3. J950. He was arrested a" 0.30 o'clock last night by Patrol- manFrank Mariano on * Church 31 session wnen ume ran out. "« GOP leaders have served notice ' mond, hat they will attempt to discuss ubjects In addition to school aid when the lawmakers convene next reek. But they admit that there's ittle the Republican - controlled House can do if the Democratic- ominatcd Senate chooses to pack P and go home. DEED FILED A mortgage deed has the ^office of Town C St. 'John from to I for Savon Ward NEVER A CITIZEN J ° nes ' earl y American C ' tlzen One kind of a nept egg a man can always eat With savings laid by in the bank, you are all set ... Your nest egg will yield "nourishment" at any time—though we hope you needn't crack it for years. This bank welcomes new savings accounts. The program about you and for you! WNHC'TV Tonight at 8:30 P. Matching Box Spring filed Not jusl on ordinary $39.50 Mattress! Se'aly's Miracle Mesh Projector eliminates "spring feel" . . . stops shifting, sagging, lumping. It means more resilience . . . more comfort . . . longer life. And that's nol all! 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