Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 10, 1949 · Page 8
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 8

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, November 10, 1949
Page 8
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PAGE 8—NACGATTJCK NEWS (CONN.), THURSDAY. NOV. 10, 1M9 Mr., Mrs. Bruce To Observe 51st Wedding Anniversary Beacon Falls Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Bruce, Division street. Beacon Falls, will observe their 51st wedding anniversary. Nov. 15. They were married Nov. 15, 1898, in the Congregational church parsonage, with the Rev. Sherrod Soule officiating. Mrs. Bruce was Emma Stueber, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stueber of Naugatuck. Mr Bruce is a native of Colchester Until his retirement several years ago, he was employed at the Naugatuck Chemical Co. They have lived in Beacon Falls more than SO years. They are the parents of Mrs. Emily Zelonka of Ansonia. Mrs. Lena Forstman of Waterbury, Francis Bruce of Wolcott, and Raymond and Irene Bruce of Beacon Palls. They have nine grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Birthday Party Robert -Rosenthal, five-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Rosen- thai of Railroad avenue, was guest of honor on the occasion of his recent birthday. The party was in the form of a Halloween party, with guests in costume. Present were Carol, Donna. Kenneth, Beverly and Robert Rosen- thai, David, Eileen and Edith Fo- Karty and Cora Zonas, Union City; Rae-Lynn Ash of Oxford; Mr. and Mrs. Adolphus Ashe of Naugatuck, grandparents of Robert; Mrs. Mildred Erickson, Mrs. Charles Fogarty of Union City; Mr. and Mrs. John Geschinsky, Mrs. Charles Geschinsky, and Joan Geschinsky of Seymour; Mrs. John Reakewich of Seymour, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Rosenthal. Returns To Work Miss Jean Zukowski, 81 Railroad avenue, has returned to her work at the Bronson Company, after an illness of two weeks. Ill At Home Steven Juzwishen of Railroad avenue, is confined to his home with illness. Sewing Club The Home Makers Sewing Club met last night at the home of Mrs. Peter Dragalin, 6 Railroad avenue. Miss Jesse Zukowski instructed in various phases of sewing, embroidery and other fancy work. Refreshments were served. Those attending were Mrs. Steph/tn Kirdzik, Jean and Jesse Zukowski, Mrs. Laura Wotzchak, Catherine. Juzwishen, hostess, and Mrs. Paul Wislocki of Seymour. 40-Hour Work Week Bill Introduced For State Employes Hartford, Nov. 10—(UP)^A bill calling for a 40-hour work week for state employes was received in the Senate and House today. Another bill would establish a 40-hour work week for all municipal employes, providing thri system was approved at a local referendum. Sunday Excursions to NEW YORK $2*85 LOW Round Trip FARE (Tax IncL) Going Lv. Naugatuck 8:09 AM Arr. New York (OCT) 10:02 AM Return Lv. New York (GOT) 7:35 PM Arr. Naugatuck 9:36 PM Tickets Limited to Train Capacity THE NEW HAVEN R.R. Salem School PTA Supports Program Of State Assistance Various phases of the -'3hool programs were discussed by Sur.t. of Fvchools Harold K. Chittenden. at last nights meeting of the S.-ilom School Parent-Teacher Association. During the business session, Carl Toothaker resigned the chairmanship of the program committee, and was appointed chairman of the- Schools Needs Committee. Other members of his committee are Ralph Fulton and Gar-field Pritchard. Allen Trask was appointed program chairman. Mrs. Timothy Cronin was elected a delegate to district and state • PTA conventions whenever they arc held. The meeting voted to support the isitate ajd for schools program and to send a resolution favoring the programs to local representatives Adam Mengacci and M. Leonard Caine. It. was also voted to support the State Parent-Teacher Association in its stand on the State School Fund and to send a resolution to that effect. The Salem unit voted approval of the plan to hold a joint meeting of local units in February in observation of Founders Day. All local units are members of the National Congress of Parents and Teachers. President Earl Shedd presided. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Ralph Fulton. Nearly 100 attended. At Freedman's Budg-et and Charge Accounts: Governor Issues Proclamation On Armistice Day Hartford, Nov. 10—(UP)—Governor Bowles has issued a, proclamation" calling', for observance of Armistice Day—tomorrow. The chief executive said he hoped that "we will study and learn by heart the tragic consequences of our mistakes, which two world wars have left everywhere for us to see." Bowles said its marks have been left "in the faces of Aiatmed children, in Europe's mass graves, in ruined cities and in the clouds of despair and disease that follow the wake of war." "The path of peace", said the governor, "lies only in the eventual establishment of a world federation of nations equipped with the powers necessary to enforce its decisions." Possible Shake-Up Seen In Wat«rbury Democratic Ranks Waterbury, Nov. 10—CUP)—The possibility of a shake-up Is being discussed by Democratic leaders in Waterbnry In the wake of that party's worst political defeat in the Brass City's history. State Senator Martin F. Sullivan confirms reporls that a reorganization meeting may be held soon by Waterbury Democrats. Sullivan is the leader of a splinter grou\> which refused to support the De.-n- oorat!': mayoralty candidate, Patrick F. Shea. Shea was whipped by Mayor R.-iymond 'E. Snyder who piled up the bipjgest plurality ever given any candidate in Waterbury. Democratic State Chairman John M. Bailey blamed the defetit on Snyde^s personal popularity and the split in Democratic ranks. Mr. Sullivan last night said, 'it is very possible there may be sonv: kind of a reorganization meeting in the near future' as It is "only natural" such a meeting would be held in view of the results <jf Tuesday's election. The state senator, who supported Harry X. ; Cashin in his primary fight against Mr. Shea, would make no direct comment on the election Itaelf. After the SulUvc.n- Cashin forces walked out of the Democratic nominating convention Mr. Sullivan maintained a. "hands off" attitude in the election campaign, saying he was "too busy" to work towards Shea's election. ' Earlier yeslerday Democratic Town Committee Chairman Maur- •ce F. Tangney protested that h'p had not given.any thought to resigning, although rumors were prevalent in the city that he would have to quit his post in view of the party's defeat. ' CIO Council Wants Unemployment Law Benefits Doubled Hartford; Nov. 10— (UP)— The State CIO council w.ants the legislature to establish a minimum wage of seventy-flve cents an hour. After three years of employment a worker would then receive $1 an hour. ; The CIO also recommends that unemployment compensation benef nts be doubled. 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State Trooper Edward Dool- Ing of the Bethany Barracks,' arresting officer, said that the indefinite continuance was granted in Southbury last night so that all charges against the men could \>e included In one warrant for prosecution during the January term of Superior Court. A total of 30 counts of conspiracy .and furthering the conspiracy have already been placed against the pair in six towns. ; The case Is still under Investigation and a third man is being Bought. Brandt and the third man also face investigation by Federal authorities and State Police of Maryland on Albrecht's confession that cigareta were gold to a smuggler at the Canadian border. never happen to your child! You read about il every day—a child scalded to death or searred for life because of some mother's thoughtlessness. But you think Or dp they? nothing of leaving hot soup boiling on th* front burner because accidents never happen to your child! For a well qroormd THANKSGIVING FASHION MASTERPIECES... FOR MEN! 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