Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 10, 1949 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
Issue Date:
Thursday, November 10, 1949
Page 7
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Rocky Hill Woman Claims Hnsband Held .By Korean Reds | Hertford, Nov. IO_<P)_A Connecticut congressman has gone to the assistance of a Rocky Hill •woman who claims her seaman husband fa held prisoner by the Common isu In North Korean. United States Representative Abraham A. Ribjcoff told Airs Virginia Meschter that he will do ev- erytlilng he can to seek the re lease of her husband. Mrs. Meachter said her husband Alfred, has been missing since Sept. 24 when his ship was seized in Korean waters. Meschter is a Merchant Marine academy graduate and had been serving-.aboard the ship as an ad- viaer in seamanship to the Korean crew. ATTACHMENT Pond Hill property, owned by Joseph Gargoni, has been attached for $300 by Joseph Levine, according to a certificate of attachment filed in the office of Town Clerk Raymond J. St. John. Now At Rubin '3... Nylon Shirts JUST ARRIVED B. V. D. . 100% All Nyldn SPORT SHIRTS • Long Wearing • Quick Drying • No Ironing • Plain White Every Man Will Want A Nylon Shirt for Christmas Buy his now at the Q>fj f\K. low, low price of *" I »«7t) ifl'S Open Friday Eve Until 8:45 CHURCH ST. NAUGATUCK Bethany Barracks Location Of Conn. "State Trooper" Film "State Trooper," an RKO Pathe This Is America short which fea tures the Connecticut State Polici Force, has just been finished, pro ducer Jay Bonafleld has an nounced. Focusing on one trooper. Robert Hart, the film shows- how Con necticut police are chosen and trained. The State Trooper todai must know the fundamentals o scientific as well as traditiona policemanship. Ballistics, radar and chemistry are some of th subjects he studies. In the course of his work i trooper might be called upon to do everything from rounding up a stray cow to solving a murder. An important part of his job is traffic control, today a Ibigger problen than ever due to new express highways and faster cars. Locations used in shooting the film included Bethany, Hartford and Westport. "State Trooper" was produced by Jay Bonafleld, directed and photographed by Harry W. Smith supervised by Phil Rejsman, Jr narrated by Dwight Weist, written by Sunner Lyon, edited by Gene Milford, itnusic by Herman" Fuchs and recorded by Francis Woolley. Commission Issues Six Suspensions Hartford, Nov. 10 — (UP)—The State Liquor Commision has taken action against six Connecticut establishments. The commission suspended the icense of a New Haven tavern for 20 days, and that of a. Middlefield club for 10 days. It revoked the icense of a Waterbury restaurant at 145-149 Washington street. The licenses of threo Hartford establishments also were suspended • T'-e Phalanx Inn for five days, a re='isurant for five days and another re«»iurant for 10 days. THIKD HIGHEST PEAK Seattle—Approximately 100 square miles of territory are covered by Mt. Ranier, Washington, third highest peak in the U. S. Mt. Whitney and Mt. Elbert are higher. I I Future Depend^ on America's Schools Ur» MAKt OUt SCHOOL! 1TIONO Buy Now For XMAS While Selections Are Best AMERICAN EDUCATION WEEK _ NOVEMBER 6-12 USE OUR FRIENDLY CHARGE SERVICE PREFERENCES.. FROM ROSENBLATT'S PRE-HOLIDAY SALE Women's Robes • Luscious Satins • Beautiful Chenilles • Printed Multifilaments Reg. $9.95 Value SALE You May Lay-away Your Xmas Purchases No Extra Charge For Gift Wrapping MAIDENFORM BRASSIERES from $1.25 Multifilament SILK PANTIES With Fine Lace Trim $1.95 HALF SLIPS Lovely Miiltifilaments tailored and lace trim. SALE $1.99 WOMEN'S SLIPS Tailored and trimmed with exquisite lace. All Colors. Nationally Famous Brands. All Sizes. SALE Reg. $3.95 $2-95 NYLON HOSIERY Select from our vast selections of nationally ramous. brands. Specially Priced From 79c to $1.65 SHOP AND SAVE AT ROSENBLATT'S 85 Maple Street Naugatuck-. Lar ee «t Dept. store Telephone 3742 For Veep's Bride DRESS DESIGNER Marusia (right) wears an exact duplicate of the wedding dress she says will be worn by Mrs. Carletcm S. Hadley for her marriage to Vice President Alben W. Barkley in St. Louis, Mo , on Nov. 18. Model Jane Lynn (left) wears a replica of the bride-to-be's going away dress. (International) Definite Program (Continued From Page One) Atty. Talbot presented the honored guest a pen set for his desk. Mr. Rodenbach expressed his appreciation for the testimonial and ?ift, and spoke of his endeavors to treat everyone "fair and square" during his resign as town commit- iee chairman. No mention was made throughout the event as to a (possible candidate for the chairmanship. Mns. Erk, vice-chairman, is serving as acting chairman for the present .ime. Among those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Noyaclj, P. August Johnson, Mr. Raytkwieh, Stephen Sweeney, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Fcnnimnan, M i y s Brown, Mr. and Mrs. FrankHin Hotchkiss. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel -.yens, Mr. Zwick, Mr. Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs Rodenbach, Atty. Talbot, Mr and Mrs Er'k, Con- ;res3man Patterson, Mr. Nygren, Mr. and Mrs. William Schofleld. Mrs. Valesca Downes, Mr. Painter, Harold C, Lewis, J. Rudolph Anderson, Henry Cieslewski, Otto Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Norman H. Wood, Dorothy M. Bean, Everett Donovanl William Leuchars, Carl Thompson, John Ferris, Mr. and and Mrs. Harold StinsoH, Mr. and Mrs. James Lyons, Warden Carter, Atty. Thomatj Neary, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Nawrath, Edward Danberg, Herbert Litke. Riter K-^ghes, Benjamin Lindahl. Mr Thompson in his remarks said, "I have read by the Nauga- uck Daily News that you (Mr. Rodenbach) might sell your fac- ory. I see that you haven't, but then, you acn't 'believe anything you read in the Nangatuck Daily News." VENETIAN BLINDS OF STAY BEAUTIFUL BECAUSE THEY STAY Clean Our blinds custom made with new FLEXALUM spring tempered slats and vinyl plastic tape . .. actually *hed dust... wipe<Iean with a flick of a cloth. Won't fade. Keep their lovely newness for years and years. Ste them in the latest decorator (olori.) SAFFRAN'S BOSTON STORE 70 Church St. — Phone 5866 James Vanasse On Committee For TCC Homecoming Fiesta .Tames Vanasse, of May street, a student at Teachers College of Connecticut, in New Britain, is in charge of a bonfire which will be staged tonight as part of the college's annual homecoming fiesta. The celebration begins this evening at 7:30 o'clock in the college's auditorium when a talent show, featuring competition among i'resh- man, sophomore, junior and senior classes, will be presented^ At 9 o'clock a pep rally will be held and the bonfire will be lighted in TCC's parking lot on Wells street. The night's activities end with an all- college dance In the women's gymnasium. Tomorrow at 12:30 noon a caravan of cars and class floats will leave the college in a procession to Wllliow Brook Park where TCC will play Lowell Textile in a football game at 2. In Trouble Spot George Mitchell Elected President Of HS Junior Class George Mitchell was elected president of the junior class of Nau- iratuck High school at elections today. Alan Crosswait was elected the olass' first class representative and will serve on the newly organized Student Council. Other officers elected were Kenneth Smith, vice-president; Jack Carroll, treasurer and Miss Catherine Kloc, secretary. Arrest Third Man In Alcohol Ring Bridgeport Nov. 10—(UP)—The third man said to be s. member of a statewide illicit alcohol ring has been arrested in Bridgeport. United States Attorney Adrian W. Maher said the man was 40-year-old Joseph Lota of Shelton. Also held in connection with the ring are Joseph Lapari of Trumbull and Antonio Arnone of Ansonia. The three men are charged with possessing and manufacturing alcohol on which taxes were not paid. NHS Principal To Be Appointed A prncipal for Naugatuck High school will be named at the regular monthly meeting of the Board of Education this afternoon at 4 o'clock in the -Tuttle school. Raymond K. Foley, Acting Principal since the spring of 1947, is exipect- ed to receive the appointment. Superintendent of Schools Har old E. Chittenden has reported that one or two matters pertaining to transportation will come before the board. He said that as far as he knows, the rest of the business will be routine. WELLS IN THE OCEON Some prospectors have sunk oil ivells more than 2<1 miles off land n the Gulf of Mexico. GOODBYE TO KITCHEN SINK SLAVERY! Amazing New 6-E Portable DISHWASHER Use this amazing Dishwasher in your home on a "FREE HOME TRIAL OFFER for 10 days , —no cost—no installation-—no obligation! Phone today. GENERAL |$ ELECTRIC DISHWASHER 158 GRAND STREET Waterbury, Conn. This new photo of John ,1. JWc- Cloy. U. S. High Commissioner In Germany, shows him in his Frankfurt headquarters, where he Is dealing with one of Europe's most difficult problems. In a 3-c- cent interview, MeCIoy expressed hope that the "Big Three" conferences in Paris will brine about closer cooperation between Germany and the Western allies. (International) Mengacci Has Home Loan Applications State Refpirestentative Adam Mengacci reported today that he has a supply of applications for state-financed home ownership loans. Persons desiring appiica- thctn b >' '""tact- NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), THURSDAY, NOV. l(>, 1!MD_PAGE Jaycees To Launch Education Program On Hoover Report Hartford, Nov. 10—(UP)—(UP) going to launch an education program on the Hoover rq:ort. Members of the organization will explain thn sisp-iiftcance ol the report and point out It-j. importance. Attorney Thomas DoclQ or Hartford is state chairman of the citizen's committee of tht> Hoover report. 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