Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 14, 1949 · Page 8
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Monday, November 14, 1949
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PAGE S—NACGATITCK NEWS (CONN.), MONDAY, NOV. 14, 1949 Fears For Husband DETROIT police were informed by Mrs. Ann Mooney (above) of three mysterious phone calls, in one of which the life of her husband, Jos- 2ph, a United Auto Workers representative, was threatened. When the told the caller that Mooney was not at home, a voice said: "You'll never see him again." Officials were jeekine to link the threats with an attempt to burn down the home of George Scopas, president of a UAW local. (International) 300 Parents Attend Central Avenue School Program More than 300 parents, many of whom were fathers, attended visiting day at Central Avenue School last week. The theme of the day was "Making Democracy Work." Grade eight presented a play, "The First Thanksgiving." A creative play, "The First American Library" was presented by Grade seven. Two health plays. "The Vitamin Alphabet" and "The No 10-o'clock Slump" were given by grade six. Grade five gave a choral reading. A frieze, a 15-foot panel of the new Central Aveneu School made by the pupils of the fourth grade attracted the interest of visitors. The children have been much inter- ected in the progress made by the men and machines in building the new school, and decided to make an illustration of activities in connection with it. "The completion of this piece of work is an indication of the way in which the activities cf the community cnn become a part of our modern school pro- Kram." Miss Elizabeth Meegan, principal and members of her staff point out. Grade three gave a dramatization of the landing of the Pilgrims, while Grade two, gave an original play, "Oor. Book Friends." Grade one gave stories and dramatizations. while the kindergarten entertained with -dramatizations and creative dancing. DOUBLE ACTION MAOOT COLDS! WE TO UCK OF VITAMIN A AND COUGHS DUE TO COLDS Butltl, up body r»- VMCanec tehan vi. tJfmin A im lou>. Soothet couth* 2 and Ihrwtt irritation due to cold*. Btaute ic dot* thcie rwothingj.manypeople call for Father John's Medicine at the firit •ign of a cold due to a l*ck of viumtn A. Profit from their experience. Get the two- fay action of Father John's Medicine—and get Tttutti. NOW USED OVER 90 YE/VHS FITHER JOHN'S MtOICIK Waterbury Family Driven From Fanning St Home By Fire Damage estimated by fire officials at $2,500 was caused yesterday afternoon by a fire which swept the first floor of a house at 150 Fanning street, driving five persons from their home. The fire was discovered by Mrs. "Richard P. Kreidel, who was in the kitchen at the time with her three children, Christine, Richard, Jr.. and Joyce. The blaze originated in a closet in a spare room on the first floor of the dwelling. Mr. Sreiled was asleep in another room when the fire occurred. Critically III George. 'Hike" Noonan, 67, of -15 State street, is critically ill in St. Mary's hospital, where his name is on the danger list. The former lifeguard at Lakewood park is reported to be in "poor" .-rendition at the institution, where he is a medical patient. Driver Fined $10 In Accident Case Howard S. Johnson, 62 Hoadlav screet, charged with violating 'the rules of the road, was fined $10 when he appeared before Judge Martin L. Caine in Borough Court Saturday morning". In a (companion case, Joseph Rodiris, 11 Surrey drive, was found innocent of a similar charge. Tho two were notified Friday by Patrull man Harris Burke after their cars were involved in a slight accidunt at Hoadley and Aetna streets. Both cars were slightly damaged, ur.d no one was injured, the officer rt- ported. To Remove Stumps From Pond Bottom Thirty members of the Naugatuck Exchange Club met yesterday afternoon to inspect the New Dam, site of the public swimming beach proposed by the club, according to President Peter Wislockl. He said grading is progressing OP the swimming beach and that arrangemenls are now being maOo for the draining of the pond !n 'irder to dredge the Jbotjtom of "tumps, mud and other debri.i. Laler the bottom will be filled with lock and beach sand. It is hoped the pond will be ready for uje early next summer. Tot Breathes Again IT WAS JUST TOO BIG FOR YOUNGSTERS AT ST. VINCENT'S Orphanage In Chicago don't quite know where to begin when It comes to whittling down the giant apple pie thai has been placed before them. The massive paltry, Bv« feet across and ten inches thick, was given to the institution, one of 195 community fund "Red Feather" agencies, by the Apple Growers Association. With ten gallons of ice cream we could suggest pie-a-la-mode. (International) Legislative (Continued From Pago One) .10000,000 less nexl year, ThN would wipe out a small surplus and put Connecticut into the red. Bowles argues that this threatened deficit proves that state v.i3 tn rnunicipylit'ies for school building- should not be paid oul of cuv- lent income, as Republican legislators are proposing. Bowles wants tn finance the program with a 525,000,000 bond issue. The governor's announcement in effect rejects n compromise offer made last we*ekend by one of hi:t own political lieurcnnnta. HniiHc Democratic l/cmlor John C, Cotler of Hartford proponed ihat munio.ipnliUeN imiue their own bonds for schools, after which the stale would help pay them off. Cotter's plan, which would be financed fro.:n current revenue, was designed to end the legislative stalemale on the school building issue which will be aired at a public hearing tomorrow in the slate Capitol. Education (Continued From One) Retired Episcopal Bishop Seriously III One of the nation's most prominent. Episcopal churchmen in at •Spain's door. Retired Bishop William Mannine of Now York, is In critical condition al St. Luke's Hospital. His physicians say he is not responding to treatment. However, £- lale bulletin this morning SPVS ho spent a quiet night. He' is K. ye'irs old. The exact, nnture of Bishop-Manning's illness bus not beon disclosed. 'SUFFERING from acute tonsilitis, 22- months - old Lorraine Charley is prepared for a trip to New York's Bellevue Hospital by an ambulance attendant. Tot's mother, Mrs. Helen Charley, finding her gasping for breath and turning blue, called police. It took an emergency crew more than 15 minutes to revive the stricken youngster. (International) THE NEW OFFERS YOU THE FINEST IN KYE AND I'UMI'KIINICKEL • DJSIJCIOUS I'ASTIUES • FANCY KOM,S • CAKES FOK Sl'ECIAL OCCiARlONS 122 School Street Union City Dial 3985 SEE DUE LARGE DISPLAY OF Plush Toy Animals FOR CHRISTMAS USE OUR LAY AWAY PLAN VIC'S SMOKE SHOP CHURCH STREET — NAUGATUCK FORFEITS BONT> vank K. Birch, 18. of Pond H:il road, forfeited a $5 bond whim f.'iilod t.o nppon? 1 bofore Judiro Vim-tin L.. Cuinc In Boroujth Court today. He wns notified Saturdny niuhl by Motor Patrolman Michan.l Sharon for passing a stop .sign. LOCAL 45 Only routine mnltters wore dinciiK-od nl yu.iterdny u.f- tornoon'x nu'Ctlni; of I-.or.vil 45, United Rubber Workni-.s of America., <".:iO, footwear, at union i hfud'uiarleri!, accordiiiK to .MlH.s I Ritn 'Hin-lolomiir.Rl. t.roa,surur. Meet- I insa of the loc:il will be held on j Sunday afternoons through the winter months, nihc said. Stirs School Furor Connecticut, and at the same lime the father of the mascot of the last-place Dodgers in the Little League. Young Ray Foley Is mascot of the Dodgers. Motion 'Pictures Prior tn the presentation of team •-nd individual prizes, motion pictures of the Little League opening day ceremonies, and of other 'engue activities were shown, as taken by Tom Scally, Jot Fair- tmnk nnd Fred Wcosler. A pair of young "boogie-woogie" speclal- •Hts from Hartford held the audience in a spell of mufiic magic from drum nnd piano for half an hour. And The Brocketts, a team of magicians wound up the entertainment. Mr. Shea, introduced by Mr. PViley, as "enjoying his last Saturday night out—he will be married Nov. 19," presented a big league, bat to Dannv Lambrides of Iho Yankees, the, leading hitter of' thn league. "Balm" Ruth Ball The best prize of the night, :\ ba.-pball autographed two years afro in Cloirwnter. Fla., for "Spec" by the late 'Babe" Ruth, was nwardfi.-l by drawing lots, to Howard Thurston. Members of the Red Sox, league champions, worn presented wrlat wntfihe.M by Frank Hunt, of Hunt Bulck, and their respective conches, Ziggy Baranoski and Josepn Mnrinnllo bv William Schpero of Schpero's Jewelry Store. The Alumni Prns. Buekmiller presented o'ach player a. Little League pin. Alumni pin.i wero presented by Vlce-Prcs. Ralph Stotz to boys leaving the league because they have reached the age limitation. They include: Ted Knr.kownlcl. Dick Tuckey, Jncltlc Hull, Edd'c Gesscck, Dan LnmbrldcH Don Triano, Ed Zemler, Bud Gabrlelson, Lou Farrar, Roger Quint Alec Zonas, Jim Pcttlt, Rr>y Miillnne, Crrls Shecdy, Charter Glick Tony Russatte, Ed Pavao, Larry Torrn, Jr., Julio Henrlques, Warren Mercer and Bob Packer. A radio for the league club house WHB presented by Gerald's Electrical Appliances and a large plaque, containing the names of all the Red Sox was presented to Coach Bnranowsltl 'by Mr. Weaving, Ed Zmycwskl received a Little League jacket and glove for hitting t<ne, home run at the .sLadiuitii, a gift of Mr. Scfilly. A jueltet and glove were presented homo run, a gift of James Thurs- A!cc ZnnriH toe hlttlnig the second ton and presented by Mrs. Thurston. Radios were presented by the Lcngue to Chris Shcody as the rmmt lm| roved player L<m Farriu', mos!. valuable player, Danny Lam- hrldc«, lleujfue twitting cham,plon anil Dick Schwartz, best sports- m:m. Mr. Weaving puid high tribute to the latter in making the present atlon. League Secretary Albert H .Benz announced today that any boy who to obtain a ticket and program as a souvenir of the banquet •njsiy do so by calling fit Russ Woavlng's Sport Shop Funeral Services Held Today For George W. Zwick George W. Zwick, Hartford, a machinist in the composing room of the Hartford Courant. died Friday morning while at work. A native of New Britain, he was the husband of Mrs. Anna (McCarthy) Zwick, formerly of Naugatuck. A veteran of World War I, he was a member of the Odd Fellows and the New Britain Aerie of Eagles, He had been an employe of the Courant since 1923. Mr. Zwick was the brother-in-law of Mrs. Florence McCarthy Bontcm- po. Mrs. Minnie McCarthy Baxter; Edward McCarthy and Mrr. Agnes McCarthy Burke. He is also survived by four sisters, and a brother, all of New Britain and a'niece and nephew. , Well known as an active sportsman, he played baseball with the New Britain Pioneers and New Bri'taln Corbins. He was alao a charter member and past president of the Charter Oak Skating Club. Funeral services were held this afternoon at |the Ahcrn Funeral Home, Hartford. Burial was in St. James' Cemetery, Naugatuck. Funeral Joseph T. Holmes Funeral services for Joseph T. Holmes. 81, of 86 Melbourne court, a retired employe of the U. S. Rubber Co., who died suddenly Saturday morning: at his home. were held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Alderson 'Funeral Hooi«, 201 Meadow street. The Rev Winfred B. Lareghoirst, rector of St. Michael's Episcopal church officiated, with burial in Grove cemetery. Last night a delcfation from Shepherd Lodge, Masons called at the funeral home in a body to pay respects to Mr. Holmes, a pmst master and member for more than 50 years Bearers were: Harold Perry Cecil .Grant, George Kills, Thomas Wlninger, Robert Winingcr and Edward Larson. Last night, members of Shepherd Lodge, Masons, conducted n special service at the funeral home. Frcemont Hoadley was worpshlt)- ful master and B. Leete Keefcr was chaplain. Cost Accountants Meeting Tonight Naugatuck residents, members of theWatcrbury chapter of the Na- Monal Association of Cost Accountants, will attend a meeting of the chapter tonight in the Hotel Elton, Waterbury. A dinner will be served at 6 o'clock and the technical ses- •»)6n will follow at 7:30 o'clock. Guest speaker will bo Edmund H. Plant of the Eastman Kodak Co., Roches- 'er. N. Y. His subject will be Mak- 'ng Cost Information More Useful to Management. Those planning to attend from Naugatuck are; Harold Baldwin ind Harold Turnblom, Risdon Manufacturing Co.; F. Leslie How- ird, Russell C. Adams and Henry A. Dean, Eastern Malleable Iron Co.; Henry Laskas, John J. Wrinn ind Paul S. O'Brien, U. S. Rubber Co, FEWER FOOD WORKERS Boston—One adult in five today is engaged In producing, processing and distributing food; 160 years ago, nine out of ten were employed in this field. New Hearing* Device Has No Receiver Button In Ear Chicago III—Deafened peopln arc hailing a now device that gives them clear hearing without making them wear a receiver button in the ear. They now enjoy songs sermons friendly companionship and business success with no Belt-conscious feeling that people are looking at any button hanging on their ear. With the new Invisible Phnn- tomold you may free yourself not only from deafnOHs but from oven thei appearance of deafness. The makcrw of Beltone Dept. 40 1450 W. tflth St., Chicago 8, III., aro so proud of their achievement they will gladly send you their free brochure (In plain wrapper) and explain how you can test thin amazing Invisible device In the privacy of your own homo without, risking a penny. Write Beltone today.—Adv. EVERYTHING Is back to normal again nt the Hickory High School, Sharon, Pa., after the temporary furor created when Walter MacDonald, a teacher, paddled 17-year-old Betty Ann Colapletro (above). Although the tutor pleaded that the spanking was "in line of discipline," he was KU.spcndcd. After a protest strike by the school's tcnehcrs, the Hickory County School Bcmi'd lifted the lusoenslon. ( International) For LOWER Auto Rates See FARM BUREAU . . . SAVE $ $ $ $ AND ENJOY SOUND WORHY-WH PROTECTION WITH ONE OF AMERICA'S LARGEST MUTUAL INSURERS OF AUTOS. • BECAUSE Farm Bureau It a mutual company owned by It. policyholdert . . . (All pollcta non-aMMMbl«) and • BECAUSE Farm Bureau polkta or* written on a lix month automatic renewal baib . . . and • BECAUSE Form Bureau li a select risk company Insuring only careful driver* . . . GOOD DRIVERS MAY MAKE KIAl SAVINGS I £et ** five pate <& P. H. DeTULLIO 3 South Main St. Naugatuck, Conn. Tel. 3489 or (6285 evenings) Representing i FARM BUREAU MUTUAL AUTO INSURANCE CO. HOME OFFICI CCHUMBUI, OHIO Church Notes St. Francis' This evoning: at 7 o'clock there •will be a meeting ot the CYO in the chapel. -At 8 o'clock the Holy Name Society will meet in St. Cecelia's hall. Wednesday morning at 7:30 o'clock there will be a fifth anniversary requiem high Mass for Christopher Lalloway. At 8 o'clock there will be a month's mind Mass for James DeCarlo. In the evening, the Junior Choir will rehearse at 6:45 o'clock and the senior choir at 8 o'clock. Friday morning at 7:30 o'clock there will be an anniversary requiem high Mass for Marco Longello. The Council of Catholic Women will sponsor a food sale, starting a' 10 o'clock in Brennan's food store, on Church street. Saturday morning at 8:30 o'clock there will be a requiem high Mass for the deceased members of the Daughters of Isabella. The Sodality of the Blessed Virgin Mary will sponsor a Thanksgiving Dance, Wednesday evening Nov. 23, in the St. Francis' school hall. The annual card party and Christmas Sale of the Altar Society will be held Monday, Dec. S in the school hall. • St. Mary's A requiem high Mass for th" late Howai-d Rice, of Manchester *as held this morning at 7 30 o'clock. ' This evening at,7:30 o'clock there will be Novcna Devotions in honor of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal. After devotions, the CYO will meet. Tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock the dance committees of the Altr-r Society and the Holy Name Society will meet. Wednesday evening a card party will be held in the church basement starting at 8 o'clock, under the sponsorship of the Altar Society. Admission will be 60 cents. Table and door prizes (will be awarded and a cake booth prepared. The party is open to the ycneral public. The regular weekly parish entertainment will bo held Thursday evening: at 7:30 o'clock in the church basement. St. Hedwig's This evening at 7 o'clock thera will be a meeting of the CYO. At 8 o'clock, the Children of Mary Sodality will meet. TiUMBEBING IMPORTANT The forest industry is the second largest primary -industry in Canada. t'UU Line o< Fresh Bakeries Every 1 Sunrise ». SWISS PASTBy BANANA FILI,KU 'COFFEE CAKES. ' BKAN BIRTHDAY CAKES CITY BAKERY MAPLE ST. TEL. 3B78 Open Dally 6:80 A. M. to B P. M. THE AIR TODAY! 5 ;30— WATK— NA UG ATUCK NEWS WTTC— Just Plain Bill WW'CO— Tom Mix 5 •«— WBRY— Ourt Mousey Time WTIC— Front Pago Farrell 0 :00— All Stations— News 0:15— WAT1J— Uem. Town Comm WWCO— Sportscope WTIC— Strictly Sports WBRY— Stay Tuned lor Music «:30— WATK— Von Tobel; Music WTlC-Wrlghtville Folks WBRY— John A. Cluney. 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