Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 8, 1949 · Page 5
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 5

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Tuesday, November 8, 1949
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Footwear Fifty Year Club To Enroll 11 New Members The United States Rubber Company Footwear Plant will play host to members of us Fifty-Year Club at their fifth annual banquet tomorrow night at the Waterbury Club. Eleven new members will be enrolled in the club, bringing the total living membership up to 36, which is the largest group of 50-year service people in the entire Company. The new members who. will be presented with diamond studded 50- y e a r service pins at tomorrow night's affair include Margaret Sugrue. 65 Rubber avenue, who is C"r- rently working in the Waterproof Parking Deprunent, and Frank Dullard. 24 Fuller street, a watchman. Both Miss Sugrue and Mr. Dullard reached their 50 year anniversaries this year. The other nine members are all now retired and reached their 50 year service anniversaries in previous years. They include Edward Beebe, R. F. D. No. 3, Waterbury; Emily Bell, R. F. D. No. 1, Millville; Mary E. Fitzpatrick, 17 Hillside avenue; Joseph T. Holmes, 86 Melbourne Court; Rudolph Lenners, 55 Cherry street; Fred Melbourne, 277 Cherry street; Richard Robinson, 136 Cherry street; William H. Robinson, R. F. D. No. 3, Mount Carmel; and Catherine Sugrue, 65 Rubber avenue. Over 70 people, members of the Fifty-Year Club and members of management, are expected to attend the Club's fifth annual banquet. T. R. Behrman, industrial relations manager, will serve as toastmaster. W. E. Bittlc, factory manager, will jpeak to the group and will present a service pin to each of the new members. In charge of arrangements for the banquet are E. T. McGrath, chairman, Elizabeth Wilson, Stella M. McCann, and Henry Bulka. Banks Announce Holiday Program Banks in Naugatuck observing Armistice Day as a holiday Friday will operate Thursday at the same hours as they usually do - on Fridays. The Naugatuck National Bank will be open Thursday from 9:30 o'clock in the morning to 3 o'clock :n the afternoon, and from 3:45 to 5 o'clock. The Naugatuck Savings Bank will be open from 9:30 o'clock in the morning to 5 o'clock in the afternoon that day. Both banks will close Thursday afternoon until Monday morning. FIR TREE NAMED San Francisco—The Douglas fir is named in honor of David Douglas, a Scottish botanist who introduced the tree into Europe, about 1827. BE Goodrich * ., CHIISTMAS GIFT IDIAS GIVE HER THIS NEWEST- FINEST — GREATEST MODEL WASHING MACHINE Amazing Low Price COME — SEE IT SOON SO EASY TO BUY USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN OR OUR EASY CREDIT PLAN Pay $1.25 a Week or $5 a Month Lincoln (') MAIN WINNERS OF 1949 NOBEL AWARDS Voiture 328 Plans Christmas Party For Southbury Children SHORTLY AFTER he had been awarded the 1949 Nobel Prize in chemistry. Dr. William Francis Giaugue is shown in his laboratory at the University of California, Berkeley. Below, General Dwight D. Eisenhower, president "of Columbia University, New York, congratulates Dr. Hideki Yukawa, 42, visiting Japanese professor of physics at the college after the latter had been awarded 1949 Nobel Prize in physics. (International) IRON WORKS CENTER Youngstown, Ohio—Although this city did not have a steel plant until 1802, it has been an iron working- center from its founding in 1797. CANASTA • Playing Cards • • Score Pads • • Deluxe Kits « SWEENEY'S ART and STATIONERY STORE Dr. Delaney Guest Of Junior Chamber Dr. Edward Delaney, local dc-nr list, will be guest speaker tonight ol the monthly dinner meeting of the Naugatuck Junior Chamber of Commerce at 6:15 o'clock in Annenberg's Park Place restaurant. He will discuss the operation of 'he local dental clinic, sponsored by (he Jaycees, and tell of the genera.! background and how to operate such a project efficiently. Shcrmrin Brown, president, will conduct the session to which all local dentists have been invited. General projects of the organization will be discussed, and a. report presented by Mario Schiaroli, I dance chairman. lay — with the advice of an expert WILLIAM E. McKENNEY, America's Card Authority, has prepared a series of columns on CANASTA. The NEA card expert reveals tricks of higher scores, solves puzzling- plays, explains fine points of the game and tells readers how to.have more fun with CANASTA. « « « Follow McKenney* .* « PLAY CANASTA This interesting new feature appears daily in THE NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS An even dozen well-written columns on CANASTA by the same expert who has won thousands of followers as an advisor on Bridge . . . You've read McKenney On Bridge Now every day you can follow McKenney on CANASTA In The 39aiUj Edward Wilcox, Post 17, Naugatuck American Legion, a member of the Child Welfare Committee of Voiture 328 of the 40-8, New Haven County, announced today that the annual Christmas party for children of the Southbury Training School, will be held Dec. 18. He stated that the 40-8 is seeking outdoor wirier eauinment for children of the school, such as rileds, skates and skiis. Residents having old equipment, are asked to leave it at the Legion home uny i veningr •jr during the day on Saturdays and Sundays. Those having articles 10 be picked up may call Mr. Wilcox at 3403. Items collected wil be repaired and painted by members of the post in coperation with the 40-8, he said. All equipment will be in first class condition when '..alien to *.he school. Members of the 40-8 will present a stage show at the school ;>.t '!:30 "'clock Dec. 18. After the show, Kifts will be presented to the youngsters. Gerard Chairman Of West Side Club Nominating Group William Gerard was appointed chairman of the nominating committee at last night's meeting of the West Side Community Club, to present a slate of officers at the December meeting-. Members of his committee are Mrs. William Spear- rin, Robert Stockus, John Bulger, Robert C6mstoek r Donald Kirby and Lawrence Monroe. There was discussion of the desirability of bi-monthly regular meetings for the ofifcers. The matter was tabled until the next meeting, Mrs. George Hisert was appointed chairman of a committee to suggest a social program, including ideas for a Christmas party or celebration. Assisting her are Harry McGinnis, Mrs. Charles Brenker, Mrs. Robert Comstock, Anthony Mariano, Matthew Houston and Joseph Migliozzi. A welfare committee included Anthony Mariano, Mrs. Charles Brenker, Malcolm Wilson, Robert Comstock. This committee will report in health and welfare needs of the .levelopment at the next meeting. President Malcolm Wilson presided. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Hisert and Mrs. Harry Streeter. Stabbing Victim * CHINESE CLERK at the United Na- .ions. Wei Huan Kuo (above), 28, vas found stabbed to death with a lunting knile in a New Ynrk hotel. The body of a woman identified as Urs. Mushana Zolyak. 3» a trans- ator for the Voice of America >roadcasts. was found beside that >f Kuo Police have listed the case murder-suicide < International^ New A Reconditioned Motor* FORD & MERCURY Budget Plan Available The NAUGATUCK FUEL 00 FORD DEALER ?tW 633) FRED'S HI-WAY GRILLE 601 Soufh Main St. Regular Dally Dinner SOf np CATERING FOR WEDD1NOC SHOWERS, STAG PARTIES, Etc Banquet Room, Cocktail Loungr Full Liquor Ijrnniw- IS'ACGATUCK NEWS (CONN.). TUESDAY. NOV. R, 194»—PAGE 5 Adult Education Program Urged In Lutheran Church At a circuit meeting of Lutheran churches of Southern Connecticut held last night in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Dr. Carl Zovn, ( district secretary of Christian Edu- j cation said, "Because we are the ! fastest growing church we receive- i into our parishes more people \viih I little Bible knowledge. "Hence more adult education must be done if we are to remain a thoroughly indoctrinated Bible church." Also speaking 'at the meeting of Circuit A was the Rev. Herman Rippe, Long, Island, president of the Atlantic district, who reviewed general conditions and problems facing the Lutheran Church at the -irtsent time. The Rev. WaUher A. Eissfcldt, Wallingford. circuit public relations representative, discussed public relations and said the system is an integrated one ranging from central offices in New York and Washington to parish public relations representatives. Appointed as public relations representatives for St. Paul's Church were Clarence Lundstrom end Mrs. Ernest Voland. Delegations were present from Lutheran churches in Meriden, Wallingford, Southington. Naugatuck, Waterbury and Danbury. LEWIS CARROLL T«i« Dealer Of Ike 8<jur> CENTER RQtTABE — CORXKM PROSPECT * mriojr STBEBTR Barclay Tile Board ChroM Trtm Door Frame* Wtadow Baik * Trmmrm Palnti Floor Nuderi tor U»tt TELEPHONE t«« "Crying Statue" Interview Heard By Fourth Degree A recorded interview concerning the recent phenomenon of the crying statue was heard with great interest last night by members of the Fourth Degree Assembly, Knights of Columbus, Worthy Xav- igator Joseph Suchenski announced today. At the request of the Rev.. Stanley Hastillo, members of the Fourth Degree will serve as honor guard Sunday night at the closing- of the Forty Hours Devotions in St. Hcd- •vig-'s church. The third degree assembly will meet tonight at 8 o'clock in the council rooms, Grand Knight C. .T. Waskowicz announced. Motion pictures of special interest to local hunters will be shov/n following, the Business meeting. New SEC Chairman A MEMBER of the Securities Exchange Commission since 1947, Harry A. McDonald (above), 55, Detroit. Mich., has been named chairman ol the Commission. He succeeds Edmond M. Hanrahan, who resitmert. IJnternnt tonal 1 H IVs Anything for Your Floor Call ARRAY FLOOR COVERINGS SO Diamond St. Tel. 6919 THE CHINA INN 11 Harrison Ave. Waterbury Closed All Day Mondays Tuesday thru Friday Open 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. Saturday 11 A. M. to 12 Midnight Sunday 12 Noon to 12 Midnight Accommodation* ASSURED AtThoContor Of Activity JULES B. ZEIP no noon • m um MI Unas • mtmioi ttlnlnm $3.50 daily MOOttN • mtntoor Alft-COMMTfONIB Spreading It Around Maybe your system isn't quite so elaborate, but it's a cinch you've got some way of budgeting your money. You've got to be sure you'll have the money for the rent, the insurance premiums, and maybe a new suit or dress. There's only so much in the pay check, and it's got to cover everything. Industry's "pay check" is the money it receives from its customers . . . and this money has to be budgeted, too. Last year, 50 Naugatuck Valley companies took in a total of $471,037,397. After all wages and manufacturing expenses had been paid, they were left with a profit of only four per cent out . of each sales dollar. And last year was a good year. A company has to show a profit if it's to stay in business and continue to provide jobs. Raise wages now, or increase other costs, and that four per cent will disappear. Increasing costs when you can't afford it is dangerous business. The budget can't take it. INDUSTRIES The NAUGATUCK VALLEY •TOOT W WBBY-Iuo». 7:00 P.M. Dial 1590 WAT* Thunv 6:45 PM. Ola! 1320 WTOH—W«d 5:55 P. M. Djai I486 WWCO—Sal. 6:30 PM. DioJ 1240 W1CB—Sun. 1:55 P.M. Dial 990

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