Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 9, 1949 · Page 7
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What's Doing In Naugatuck A Calendar of Events Today, Tomorrow and Every Day Wednesday, ?fov. 9 Salem school PTA meeting, school auditorium, 8 p. m~ Regular meeting. Hop Brook school Parent-Teacher association, school auditorium, 8 p. m. Naugatuck District Girl Scout committee meets at home of Mrs Philip E. Rice, Park avenue, 8 p. d. Red Cross Home Nursing course Tuttle school, 8 p. m. Testimonial dlncer flor O. F. Rodenbach. 6 p. m., Salem Lutheran parish hall. Regular meeting, St. Mary's Altar society .church hall, 8 p. m, Thursday, Nov. 10 Father-and-son night Centra] avenue school PTA, at the school 8 p. m. 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 Fcnn 8 p. m. Card party, sponsored by Ladies' auxiliary of Naugatuck American Leg-ion, Nb. 17, Legion Plome, Cedar street, 8 p. m. Thursday, Nov. 10 Meeting of Fidelity Bible Class Methodist Church hall, 7:30 p. m. ' Friday, >«r. H Church Helpers annual fall fair, St. Michael's parish house. Saturday. Nov. 12 Ladies" Marchigian society, public card party, Pastime hall, 8 p. m. Monday, Nov. 14 Monthly meeting of public welfare board, Town Hall, 8 p. m. Union City Community Club card PJrty at 8 p. m., Polish National Church hall. OIO — R.C.A. — Admiral Television Bates and Service SWAN'S Electrical Contractors Since J925 JS CEDAR ST. TET^ 8374 Naugatuck Junior Woman's club meeting, American Legion Home, 8 p. m. Naugatuck Woman's cl-.b Junior- ettes meeting, Amerk-an Legion Home, 7:30 p. m. Tuesday Nov. 15 Card party sponsored by Hop Brook school Parent-Teacher association, school auditorium, 8 p. m. 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 Annual meeting and election of directors of ihe Naugatuck Chapter, American Red Cross, Tuttle Music Shed, 8 p. m. Annual fair, sponsored by Evangeline Circle, Salem Lutheran Church hall, starts at noon; fried chicken dinner, 5 p. m. 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. 1-riday, Nov. 18 Food sale, sponsored by Nau- cratuek branch, Connecticut Council of Catholic Women, Brennan's "store, Church street, 10 a. m. Monday, Nov. 21 Naugatuck YMCA annual meeting and banquet, at YMCA, 6:45 p. m. Naugatuck Woman's club meeting, American Legion Home, 3 p. m. Wednesday, Nov. 23 Annual firemen's ball. Saturday, Nov. 26 First annual parade of quartets, sponsored by Naugatuck chapter of barbership singers, high school auditorium, 8 p. m. Monday Nov. 28 Naugatuck Woman's club Junior- ettcs meeting, Legion Home, 7:30 p. m. Naugatuck Junior Woman's club pot-luck supper, meeting, Methodist church hall. Tuesday, Nov. 29 , Meeting of Naugatuck Council I of Catholic Women, St. Francis' I church hall, 8 p. m. Committee Plans Reunion Of NHS ' 1936 Classmates Plans for a reunion of the Nau- gatuok High School class of t936 were outlined last night at a meeting of I he arrangements comrr.it- tee held in the high school. The event will take place at a date in January. John Crosby is chairman of the committee, assisted by William Saunders, Gregory Madden, Joseph -Adsmski, Beryl Mocckel, Eleanor Schieber, Edward Leary, Audrey Dowling Lottie Burrows, Vincent Oldakowski. Domenic Barbiero, Francis Creddo, Edward Ungen- hcld and Clayton Skelly. All members of I he 1936 class are requested to send names and addresses to Mr. Skelly, 245 Cherry street. Those in contact with classmates residing out-of-town, are asked to forward their addresses to Mr. Skelly. Borough Residents Honor Students At Sacred Heart High Sixteen residents of Naugatuck are among 102 Sacred Heart High school students on the honor roll for the first marking period of the current school year. They are: seniors, Richard Shan- a.hon, 89'.5; and Maureen Leary, 85.4. Juniors, 'Lucille Talbot. 91.8; "William O'Donnell, 90.5; Thomas Madden, 90; Patricia Sanders, 90; George O'Kee'ie, 90; Mary Lou Shea, 88.8. Freshmen, Alicia Leary, 93.4; Julia Wood, 91.2; Mary Beardsley, 90.2; Margaret Froehlich, 89.-1; Wilma Weaving, 88.6; George Hulstrunk, 87.8; Nancy Klukis, 87; and Robert Roditis 85.2. SOUTH HAS PARKS Richmond, Va. — Of the 11 national military parks in the U. S., Gettysburg is the only one north of the old Mason-Dixon line 1 . DON'T Buy any washing- machine until you have seen THIS NEWEST — FINEST — GREATEST 1950 MODEL APEX THIS YEAR'S GREATEST BARGAIN —• IT HAS EVERY NEWEST IMPROVEMENT COME IN-SEE IT ITS PRICE ONLY $10995 PAY ONLY $995 I'AY AS LITTLE AS $1.25 A WEEK Biggest Trade-In Allowance On Your Old Washer CLOSED MONDAY Lincoln ( f ) Store 61 WEST MflllU ST OF EVENTS See Truman Intervening I While House May Acl Eventually in Strikes | When layoffs Threaten Special to Central Press TPTASHINGTON— Both labor and management in the steel and W coal industries are completely convinced that President Truman plans to intervene forcefully in their economy-crippling strikes. However, they are just as convinced that any such intervention is still a long way off. The question of timing concerns public support of the course of action the president will take to end the walkouts. The President himself has said he would use the Taft-Hartley act, if necessary, but not yet. It is pointed out that when Mr. Truman does act he will require the general support of the public. To date, this support is lacking F - - — because the general economy has not felt the pinch of a steel or coal shortage. When the strikes started, coal and steel in« ventories were high. Consequently, although the strikes have heen lengthy, mills and factories are still operating by eating into inventories, Observers believe the White House will act when these inventories are exhausted and layoffs come. At that time, the present public apathy over the strikes will have been supplanted by demands for action. * * * » • NAVY ^UFPORT— Key naval officers are convinced that they have a good chance of regaining Preiident Truman some of the prestige they feel'the sea service lost under unification. They point to powerful Navy supporters on Capitol Hill. Among these are Senator Joseph R. McCarthy (R), Wisconsin, a Marine Corps captain in World War II, and Senator Alexander Wiley (R), Wisconsin, as well as Rep. Dewey Short (R), Missouri. ranking minority member of the House armed services committee. All of these men have made known their support for the Navy and McCarthy has even offered to appear as a counsel for Capt. John G. Crommelin if Crommelin is court-martialed for unauthorized disclosure of "confidential" material which touched off the congressional inquiry. Navy men also aren't forgetting that Chairman Carl Vinson (D), Georgia, of the House armed services committee, once was known on Capitol Hill as "Mr. Navy." They believe that 'when the defense investigation is resumed in January, VJnson will align himself with the congressional bloc demanding "equal rights" for the Navy. * * « * • ARCTIC SURVIVAL— The armed services have made two more dramatic advances aimed at survival of United States troops fighting in polar weather. Designed particularly for Arctic use, the food packet is packed in a rectangular metal can and weighs, one and one-quarter pounds. It contains cereal, sweetmeats, fruit, almond chocolate, sweet chocolate, starch jelly in bars, soluble coffee and tea. bouillon, chewing gum and sugar tablets. After two years of research, Army engineers also have come up with a portable, pre-fabricated troop shelter made of aluminum- faced panels measuring eight by four feet each. The shelter is said to be capable of withstanding Arctic winds of 125 miles an hour and temperatures down to minus 65 degrees. * * * * • RECOGNITION" FOR -RED .CHINA— Notwithstanding the United States, it appears .likely that both France and Britain shortly will grant dc facto recognition to the Communist regime in China Observers point out that England in the past has always accorded diplomatic recognition to govern- mcnts coming into power— regardless of the manner employed in gaining: that power. It is believed that even though Britain may not approve of the Chinese Communist regime, it will nevertheless grant recognition for commercial reasons Britain always has played a large role in China's waterborne commerce France 1S expected to follow whatever policy is decided upon by D^n-f , h Te r r > a VT may Come along Iater «' ith similar action: Despite the United States opposition to the Chinese Rids, this coun try may be forced to rccogmz^them.if most of the other rnaTcr \\or!'j powers decided upon such a ston. . • Bririih Policy Unchanged? COMPENSATION George Bailey, Jr., Union City, will receive payments of $26.40 v/eekly beginning Oct. 5 for a back strain sustained in the employ of the Peter Paul Inc., according to an agreement approved yesterday by Workman's Compensation Compensation Commissioner Harry Krasow. 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J*. 1049. at 2 o'clock in the afternoon and that notice be Kiven ol the p«?n- dcnc-y fi Kaid application, and the time and place of hearing thereon, by publishing the same I time in sarrif* newspaper havine a circulation in Raid District, and }>y ix..«tmK a co»v thereof on the public siKn-po^t in the t -v;n of NauKatuck, in said District, and l;y sending. postaKo prepaid, a like iv-iic. to each of the known liPirs rosidins outside this District at least 3 days before said day assiKned. Attest. ANN N. UNDERIUI-T,. Cl'-rk. THE CHINA INN 11 Harrison Ave. Waterbury Closed All Day Monday* Tuesday thru Friday Open 10 A. M. to 10 PI M. Saturday 11 A. M. to 12 Midnight Sunday 12 Noon to 12 Midnight PRIME MINISTER Ben Gurion ol Israel is shown as he addressed a gathering of distinguished men and women at the dedication of the Weizmann Institute in Rehowoth, Israel. The project was started in 1944 to honot President Chaim Weizmann as a veteran scientist and statesman. 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