Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 9, 1949 · Page 5
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 5

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Father Masse fittest Of St. Francis' Holy Name Forum The Rev. Benjamin Masse, 3. J.. executive director of the Catholic Mind and associate editor of America, will be the principal speaker of the St. Francis' Holy Name Forum. Sunday evening, Dec. 4 at St. Francis' School hall. Father MUH.HC will discuss I*»hor. Management and Ownership. Members of the ticket commit- Ue, headed by James Casey, include John E. Ash; Bernard Sullivan, Eugene St. John. John O'Donnell. John r>«»gan, Clarence H. Green, Joseph Bernacki, Francis Caulfield, Alfred Fratesi, Coleman Decgan, Michael Kiely, John Fitzgerald, William Ratio and William Evans. John E. Ash. president will introduce the speaker. ENGLAND HONORS HER WAR DEAD TAKE HOME Fresh Pastry and Cream Pies from [ANDY'S CAMPUS CHURCH ST. Delivered Dally from Beber Bakery, New York UJITOS OWTEBAL REPAIRS Radlstan. Batterta* WMhlac Machine*, B*by Carriage* BferdM, Soldering LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED «• Bnbber ATB. Phone «S77 WEAJINO A WRAC UNIFORM, Princess Elizabeth salutes after placing a W /?£ h ,^.V? e Cenota P h ln Whitehall, London, in honor ol England's dead of World War I and II. Standing at attention at extreme left during the ceremony is her father. King George VI at England. (International) INDUSTRIAL DIAMONDS About 30 per cent of the world dollar volume of diamond sales ar made for industrial use. Hartford Area Residents Approve Hogback Dam Project Hartford, Nov. B —(UP)— The *10,000,000 Hogback Dam on the west branch of the Farmlngton river win bo a reality in anothci rtix years. The dam will create a reserve reservoir for the greater 'Hartford area and will be located in the I owns of HarUand and Colebrook Us capacity will be 6,500,000,000 gallons and it will supplement Ihe fupply now iwallabc from the Barkhamstead reservoir. The two reservoirs will bo connected by 0. tunnel two and one-half miles long. The voters of seven communi- lies, including Hartford, approved the clam in a special election yesterday. The vote was 14,402 in favor, and 2,783 against. Thfi Hogback Dam first was proposed in 1936, as a part of (he original Barkhaimtead rcHOrvolr project. It wan not until this vmtr, however, that tho Genera) Assembly approved it. There was strong opposition lo it from Lltchflcld County communities. When completed n 195U, the dan will soar 130-feet above the bed of tho Farmington river and will be 800 feet long, It will cover 550 acres. Opens Your ACCOUNT Add to if at you can SIGN UP TODAY HELD IN PLOT TO KILL HUSBAND 21 Maple St. Tel. 2430 THE NAUGATUCK BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, INC. Veary Forms New Advertising Agency L. Ellsworth Nenry, president of I the Ncnry Advertising Agency, announced today the opening of the Davidaon-Ncary. Associates in New York City. Mr. Ndtiry and filn rormcr employer, Goorgn Davidson of New York, will have their offices at CO East 42nd strteet. Mr.' Neary will handle all printing and plates for Uieir accounts and Mr. Duvid.s-on will remain in New York as contact man, Mr. Neary said. The firm is presently handling all advertising ot the National Educational Foundation located In tho .same building. Mr. Ncnry also ,-innounccd that the Naugatuck firm, which will move to Beacon Palls during the coming month, has received the account of the Mechanical Good» Division of thn TJ. S. Rubber Co., Rockefeller Center, New York City. Brochures and catalogs /or sales promotion purposes will .be handled by the agency, he said. BOO VOLCANOES There arc about 500 volcanoes which have erupted In historic tlnioH. 13,000 SUICIDES A YEAR More than 13,000 persons in the U. .S. commit Huicide annually. OAESAK KRZYKOWSKi Fainter — Decorator 18 BBENNAN ST. TEL. S7M Free EiMmatM fall In*uranc« C«v«nMn Listen to Morton Downey N.B.C. every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Evenings and remember the familiar red cooler Is HOST TO THIRSTY MAIN STREET the country over trademarks mean the lame thing. • OTIIfO UNDEI AUTHOtllr Of THt COCA-COLA COMPANY 8V WHO STOLE THE BLARNEY STONE? and Mrs - Wi »red Piatt In a Jatl to hav H " Piatt is beine * 6ld on « ch <*ge of Rev. Ekstam Guest Of Y's Men's Club The Rev. Harry Ekstam, new pastor of the Hillside Congressional Church, was guest speaker xt the weekly dinner-meeting of the Naugatuck Y's Men's Club last light In the YMCA cafeteria. Rev. Ekstam spoke on working j with youong people. He told of his vork at the Kallman Homo for Children, Brooklyn, N. Y., where le had been for three years prior o coming to Naugatuck, deucrlb- the activities employed to help tic children become good citizens. He was introduced by Elton Abramson, who was in charge' of the program. President Bradford E. Smith has announced that next week's mooting will be a business meeting There will be no speaker. Educational Opportunity Good ichools for all children DEKD8 FH.KD According to papers filed for record In the office of Town Clerk Raymond J. St. John, a. mortgage deed haa been filed by Frank Mle- lauskas to the Naugatuck Savings Bank on Curtisa court-property. The Naugatuck Savings Bank has released a mortgage to Ella Miller Carl J., and Emma J Larson VISIT rout scffboc OV«IN« NAUOATUCKSEWSICONN.), WEDNESDAY, NOV. 9. United Church Every Member Canvass Sunday All Protestant churches ot Nau- gatuek will take part in the Unit- id Church "Every Member" Can- vans Sunday, it was announced today by Samuel Lyons or the Naugatuck Council of Churches. The home of each Protestant family in the borough will be visited 'Sunday by one of the canvassers. Details of the canvass are being completed this week by the individual parishes, and arc io be announced later. Banks To Observe Holiday Friday Naugatuck banks will obMrve Friday, Armistice Day, as a holiday, and will conduct buglnem tomorrow as they usually do on Fridays. The Naugatuck Saving* Bank will open in the morning at 9 o'clock and close at 5 o'clock In the afternoon. The Naugatuck National Bank will open at 9 o'clock and close from 3 to 3:45 o'clock and remain open until C o'clock. CONNECTIONS NEEDED Lightning rods protect building! only when the connections to the ground are good. makes a wonderful Christmas gift for parents an d grandparents .,. (and one thai will be appreciated in your own home, too). May we show you examples of our work? If you huve it done before Nov. 24th, you R«-l thlw bargain! 3 CABINET PORTRAITS In Attractive Mounts $5.00 ANY SIZE GROUP 7%/Wanr NEARY BUILDING ^^^••••••••^^^^^^^ • iftnfrff' uaners Wh X bu y that used car from "just anybody" " when your Friendly Ford Dealer has so many good, common sense reasons for seeing that you get the best deal in town. First — we're in business to stay. As new car dealers we have a real stake in the future ... we want yon to keep on doing business with us so that some day you'U come to us for that new Ford in your future. And our complete service facilities . . . our expert mechanics . . . our special equipment i —everything is available for the proper conditioning of used cars before delivery as well as handling your , service needs promptly and economically afterward. When it comes to used cars, come to the right place to be treated right— that's your Friendly Ford Dealer! . ,« Our Reputation Rides "with Every Car We Sell' c, YOU'U LIKE OUR EASY- PAYMENT PLAN O 1947, Th> Coca-Cola Conpon The Naugatuck Fuel Co, ,87 t CHURCH ST.-NAUGATUCK

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