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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Saturday, November 19, 1949
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Social-Personal Fraternal IRAN'S RULER FETED IN WASHINGTON /. Lieberman Weds Tomorrow In Wajterbury L'ncUT a canopy trimmed with greens and pomponti und flanked by palms, the wedding of Eleanor Fay* Sherman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Sherman. Wa- ! terbury. and Irving Lieberman. son of Mrs. Dora Ljeborman, 34 Ward street, will be performed tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Hotel Elton. Waterbury. As the bride is presented In marriage by her parents. Rabbi Seymour Gewirtz will perform the ceremony. Miss - Carolyn Griner will nerve as maid of honor, and Leo Lieberman will be Ms brother's best man. The bride will wear an ivory satin guwn with collar and pcplum trimmed with seed pearls, fitted bodice, long sleeves coming to points over the wrists and full skirt terminating in a train: 'Her. French illusion veil will be attached to a crown of orange blossoms, nnd she will carry a. white prayer book marked with white orchids and' stephanotls. Her maid of honor's Aquamarine French faille gown will be trimmed •with velvet and designed with an off the shouldor neckline and bouffant skirt She will carry a cascade of briarcliff roses. A reception for 100 will' be held in the Assembly room of the hotel. with the bride's mother receiving to a gray dress with rhinestone trimming, black accessories and orchid corsage. .The bridegroom's mother will receive in a turquoise dress with color bending, black accessories and orchid corsage. Out- of-town guests will be from New York, Xew Haven, Seymour, Philadelphia and Boston. The couple wlil f spend their noneytn'oon in the south, the bride traveling in a taupe ensemble with leopard accessories, and upon their return they will reside at 34 Ward etreeU A graduate of Crosby High school Waterbury, Miss Sherman attended the University of Connecticut and is a member of Phi Sigma Sigma •orority. Mr. Lieberman graduated from Naujratuck High school, attended the Teachers college of Connecticut, New Britain, and the University of Connecticut. He rervcd three years in the Army Air Force and at present is engaged in the contracting business. " Friday Afternoon Tournament Scores High scores tallied in the third round of the Friday afternoon Salem club bridge- lournument played yesterday afternoon are ns follows: North and south, Mrs. I .mm Jxwn- joy and Mm. Vivian Kernnn, fid; Mrs. Wlllnrd Bittle and Mrs, Seymour Squires. 82; Mrs. Arvid Anderson and Mrs. Marshall LonKr 51 1-2. East and west, Mrs. C, L. Slglcr irul Mrs. Theodore Kaufman, 15 S 1-2; Mrs. Carl Pcpperman and Mrs, Donald Klrby, 55; Mrs. Anthony "Jtien and Mrs. James Klssanc iO 1-2. Official standings: Mrs. Anderson ind Mrs. Long, 166 1-2; Mrs. Bittle ind Mrs. Squires, 163 1-2; Mrs. Lovejoy and Mrs, Kcrnnn, 1-17 1-2. Birthday Party Guest Of Honor A party was held recently in hon- of the eighth birthday of Antoinette Pavao nt the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Pavao, 26 Chrlstensen street. Among those attending were: Dolores Pavao, Barbara Guclakls. Lynn Sabeth. Carol Marian, Mury- ann and Shirley Vinrrin, Diane and Joan Sabla, Nancy. Dorothy, Janet and Lorraine Carrevlo, Judy Cubc- ceiras, Delores and Karen Verra, Suzanne Greenwood, Raymond Pavao. Mr. and Mr». Joseph Alves, Mrs. Erwina Vierria. Immanuel Women Plan Shower, Party Members, of the Ladies' Aid society of Immanuel Lutheran dhurch will visit the -Soulhbury Lutheran Horn* for the .Aged, Monday night, Eec. 19. to- hold a pantry shower and Christmas party for the elderly people. Those making the trip are asked to meet at the Naugatuck Glass Co, at 7 o'clock. Transportation will be furnished, and those who need it are asked to telephone Mrs Charles Vagt. 5898. Personal- Miss Virginia Rosa, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rosa, 526 South Main street, was awarded a secretary diploma at the 85th commencement exercises of Stone col- lege.last nfeht in the Calvary Baptist churcb. New Hfa'ven. " Miss Foster^ Shop Ne\v Shipment df ALL SILK SCARFS and ALL LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS Free, Easy Parking 17 CARROLL. COURT Tel. 4291 AOH Auxiliary Installation Mrs. Edward Noldc -will be installed as president of the Ladles' auxiliary, Ancient Order of Hiber- nians, tomorrow afternoon, when three divisions of the AOH auxiliary will be installed by the county president, Mrs. Ruth Galvln, Merl- Jen, at ceremonies to be held at 165 North Main street, Waterbury. Mrs. Noldc also will assist in the installation ceremonies. Other officers of the local nuxil- 'ary to be installed arc: Mrs. David 3t. John, vice-president; Mrs. .Tohn J. Joyce, recording secretary; Miss Julia Curtln, finance secretary; Miss Margaret Nolan, treasurer; Mrs. William Schmidt, chairman of standing committee; Mrs. Mortimer 3uirke. chairman of Irish history; Mrs. Edwin Curlln, niiKlress-at- .irms. Anne E. Byrne/ Becomes Bride. Of R. Scha/efer, Marriage VOW.M wen- exrhangi'fl tliijt morning in HI. J'Yiinrln' rbtirrh nt 0 o'l.'loi.-h by Minn Anui 1 JOilMabelli Byrne, daughter of Mi-, an'l JVlrri. Edward J. Hyrni-, 172 Mllivllle avenue, ami Richard Wiiiium Schms ler, won of Mr. /mil Mm. Illcluml VV. Schaefer, M J-SuiTlU. I'lare. The ceremony was performed by ihi- Rev. Albert Taylor ns tin; bride was presented in marriage by her father. Mrs. Francis Smith served ;\s her lister's matron of honor, and Francis George Schaefer, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. "Ushering the guests were Frank McCoy, Fin-list Hills, N. Y., and Frederick Ratio-litre. The bride was attired in a gold salin gown designed with cap ileeves, fitted bodice and long full skirt with hoop effect. She wore i coronet of gold nuiline und carried a prayer book marked with whito orchid and strearnors. Her matron of honor worn a gray-green satin gown, matching headpiece, ami carried a bouquet of red roses. A weding breakfast for members of the immediate families was lifild ut '..he CurtiSH Mcaise. Woodhury. The couple plan a wedidng trip to Bermuda and upon their return will reKide at Ridgowood Heights, Mnspcth, Long .inland, N. Y. Tho bride will travel in a brown worsted suit with velvet trim, matching velvet half hat and brown sic- cessories. Funerals Raymond McNuinara The funeral of Raymond McNamara. 40, of 363 Millville avenue, who died Thursday at Metropolitan hbspltal, New York city after a brief illness, was htld this morninif from the C. II. Green Funeral Home, 6fi Terrace avenue. A requiem high Mass was celebrated at 8 o'clock in St. Francis' Church, with burial in St. James' cemetery. The ilnss was celebrated by the HPV. George Vilciauskas, The musical service was in charge of Mr.s Albcrtine O'Donncll, orgunlut niul Included Abide With Me, Pie Jesi, and One Sweetly Solemn Thought. Mrs. Mary Matthle-i and Mr*. James Farrar worn vocalists. Bearers were Francis McKennn, John Coffey, Gaslon LaFontaine. John Chasson, Frank Mnlesky rind Wilfrod Dnvis. Prayers at (he prnv? were reed by Father Vil- ciausknn. Ilobert E. Mooney Funeral services for Robert E. Mooney, 59, of East Waterbury road. who died suddenly yesterday of a heart attack, will ho held Monday morning nt 8:30 o'clock from the Buckmiller Funeral Home, 22 Park place. A solemn high Mass of requiem will be celebrated at 9 o'clock in St. Mary's Church, with burial in St. James' Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home this evening from 7 to 10 o'clock and tomorrow afternoon and evening from 2 to 5 and from 7 to 10 o'clock. Store Schedule Week Nov. 21 to Nov. 26 Open Monday 9:30 to 5:45 Open Tuesday 9:30 to 5:45 Open Wednesday 9:30 to 5:45 Closed Thursday, Thanksgiving Open Friday 9:30 to 8:45 Open Saturday 9:30 to 5:45 191-199 CHURCH STREET NAUGATUCK Parish Players Hold Radio Show Fifty members and friends of the Parish Players last n'mht attended a me«tinK in tho Con«rc- Kation.ul parhih The pro-" Kritni Included u mock radio Khow, "A Day in Radio", with Robert Brown as announcer, and Charles McClcary, engineer. The .show included sluts, quiz shows with audience particlpiillim, news broadcasts, singing commercials. Refreshments were nervnc'i and held, Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Klllol were co-chairmen of the program committee, aHslstod by Roger fjood- cve, Miklrcd Ileilly. Mr. and Mr.s. I.x;onard Bon;. Mr. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. McCli.-ary, Mr. and Mrs. Philander Norton. Martha Beck Sura Emery. Local Women Train As Scout Leaders leadership c-ortifiriites will bn presented Naugatuck women when ihey complete :1 criurse in basic Girl Scout and Brownie leadership Dec. 1. under the sponsorship of tho Waterbury urea council Olrl Scouts. Brownie leaders enrolled from the borough are Mrs. Donald V. Davis, Mrs. Wallace Johnson and Mrs. Robert I'rllt; Intermediate leaders, Mrs. Anthony SwIUerski, Mr.s. Paul Eason, MTU, George SchlosHcr, Mi-s. Donald Fowler a n d Mrs. Charles Bosskly. Housewarming Honors Couple A. surprise housewnrrninfr was held last night in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Benpt-son sit their home, 320 Scott n(rret. Th<! couple was presented a |;id and refreshments were served. Among attending were: Mr. and Mrs. William Vinlng and son, William, of Prospect; Mr. nmi Mrs. .losepli P. Donahue, Dorothy M. Bean, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Jensen, Daisy CJreen, Charle.s liengt- son, Jr. Show Opens Today THE SHAH OF IRAN, Mohammed Reza Pahlavi, the guest of honor at i State dinner given in Washington, D. C., is greeted by Dean Acheson (right), Secretary of State, the host. (International Sound-photo) ON THE AIR NAPGATtlCK NEWS (CONN.), SATURDAY, NOV. Ifl, IMn—PAGE 3 Mrs. Thomas Broder YMCA Clubs Open Campaign To Buy Television Set (Continued From Page One) LKNA IIOKNK. Hollywood's exotic mid t'tielmntiiig Hinging star. Is appearing IN I'F.KSON with her own trroat stauo nyi'iio at tht- Slata Thnah-r, Hartford, <«(luy, Saturday and Sunday. Lena Home, nhrw lovely volc.i; and iiiugiietic perHOnullty' liavi-1 drilled inililous on Htagf and scrri-n, (Htirifw direct from liollyivood, to Iho Stilts Theater Htagc, slntfiiiK the N0iign which brought her International fame, as well ns many of the mif.imi'H <np luiK's, in her own Inlniitfihlo style, Appruring »vlth I.cna llorni- In a largo company <if variety (intnrfniiirrH, In- rludlnic Hil Mitlson with Ills al- inoNt human monliey "llnnnnn"; llartln Jt l''lof<:i\'f, prrncntlii^ llollywmid Stum on it String"; Mary liuyo & Nuldi, "SnplilHti- cutcN of the l)ane<-"; nick and Dot Uciny lit "Tons of J-'iui," and a host of othera. dlMtrlot unit. In HMO-41, when the. quoin WIIK exceeded by 20 member;;. The locnl resident wan child welfare chairman in the department for three years. More than 1,(K)0 children are rnmembe.rc.rl at Cnristmas in state Institutions. Mrs. Broder Ifiolnts out thnt thi. NaiiKatuo-k unit Is the ficcond lari;- fst in the district, and described some of (he occupations of the American Legion :ind auxiliary in which It. )iai-ti<Mp:iti!H. Lust yea)' 400,000 popples wur/i made by 75 patients in vcternnf in the .st.,-ile, and tho local Kroiiip. ;i«.sl>ili!d In selling 3.'iS.- (100 of the total number. Proccetln «o Into the roh.'ibllitiillon anrl child welfare work of thr. LcRion. Mrs. J-iroflei' n.'ij<i (the i« Intensely intcn.'Mtod in the national tie curity prot,'r;im, cdticalion of WrD-UI VV.'.a- orph.ins and the. Am- r'J'ic.-ini -:fn iiiYjj^r;tm. A/I or July .'II thin year ther- were (Mi4,18(i auxiliary members In Ih" rountoo nncl«ady (tj'ie mi.'m.bfi-Hhlp rvimpalRn IIUH started for 1950. with the quota being 1,000,000. She outlined the programs at Easier, coupon collecting, re habilitation and other phases of Lej/ion work. More than ever during the pun* year Mr.-. Broder v/ns working foi the American Legion auxiliary when noai'ly every uri y ;i nc i f , vc . niiiiij: she duvoterl to traveling throutfliout the dinlrict, or nltend- in-fj departmer.t or local sessions. Mr. Brorlor is an ever alert woman, whose rnerf?y and vitality are overwhelming. Her onthutiiasm and ersnipl.'te .sincorlty in her work are Kratifyin-R, and «li ( > asks nolliiiiK exi-ciit tho Krowlh oi' ji worthy ornuni'/ation. This American Lcplon rtuxlllnry woman deserves much crerlit for li"r per.-ustenco In ever looking nhead to n(!W KOU|..I, arirl thnt I" why You Should Know Mrs. Thomas Kroder. Plans for a campaign to raise funds for the ipiirchaie of a television set were discussed at a meeting of representatives of the Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y Clubs of the Naugatuck YMCA at a meeting Thursday night, according to Westley Cady, Y program .secretary. The purchase of the set, for which the groups (plan to raise $000 ig their project for the year. Mr. Cady said that It Is loll n television set Is needed to add to the over-expanding YMCA program. If is realized that the time when everyone may have a television set In his own home Is still in the distant future and until (hnt time, it Is the Intention of the YiMOA to furnish a pleasant, wholesome atmosphere In which boys and girls can enjoy TV without going to a tavern, or standing on the r.-treet outslrle a radio store window, he continued. Although the pin-chum! of a television s-et has bntm considered for some time, the boys' work budget this item, Mr. Cady Iptointed out. could not be expanded to include suggestions wore put for- Severn] ward in to ways thnt funds might lie ralBod. The Beta Tri-HI-Y club opened I he drive by contributing $10. Other volunteer contributions may be marie with Mr. Cady at the Y, or with members of the clubs. Robert Knapp, advisor to the Alpha Hi-Y club, heads the committee which will seek to raise funds. WBRY—-SUi-H Over Hollywood WTIC—Mows WWCO—News WATR—American Jazz Concert WLCR—Cnnann News 1:15--WTIC—Farm A Homo Hour WWOOr- Melody Matinee WLCli (JuoMl; Slur WATH-T13A 1:30-WBRY—Give and Take WATR—Old, New, Borrowed, Blue WLCR—Plnllor Parade 1 :<I5 WTIC-- Ynlo-Hnrvnrd WATR-Michigan-Ohio State 2^00—WBRY—County Fair WATR—101 Ranch Boys WWCO—Football Game WLCR—News 2:30—WBRY—Football Roundup WLCR—Just For You 3:00—WLCR—News; 990 Club •1:00—WLCR—News; Your Serenade •1:15—WLCR—Your Serenade WATR—Ten and Crumpets 1:30—WWCO—Melody Matinee WATR—TBA 5:00—WLCR—Music; News 5:15- -WLCR—Birthday Club 5:30—WBRY—Stardust In the Afternoon WWOO—Matinee Quiz WTIC—Music for Today WATR—Frankto Maulers 5:15—WTIC—Confidential Close- ups 8:00—All Station*—New* 6:15—WBRY—John A. Cluney WATR—Sporta; Music WTIC—Strictly Sportn WWCO—Sportscopo WLCR—Sports 8:30—WWCO—Naug. Indusl.; Lithuanian Memories WTIC—Symphony Orch. WBRY—Football Roundup WATR—Local and World Newa WLCR—Supper Serenade 8:45—WATR—The Hurmonaircs 7:00—Remember WBRY—Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar WLCR—News; Just Por You 7:15—WATR—Bert Andrews 7:30—WATR-Football Scores WWCO—Quick As tt Flash WtiRY—Vaughn Monroe WTIC—Richard Diamond 7:45—WATR—Saddle Rocking Rhy thm 8:00-WBRY—Gene Autry WATR—Chandu the Magician WVVCO—20 Questions WTIC—Star Theater 8;30—WBRY—Philip Marlowe WTIC—Truth or Consequences WATR—Super Man WWCO—Take a Number 3:00—WTIC—Your Hit Parade WATR—Singin' Bill WWCO—Meet Your Match WBRY—Gangbustera ARMORY llnrftord may Rot a $330,000 armory. Several sites In t.ho greater Hartford urea are being considered by the Army for one of two armo- '•IO.H planned for New England, The building would be uxed ' hy Army reserve units. Headqqiiarters these units is in Hartford. for Win Connecticut 4-H State Championships POUR Connecticut 4-H State winners in the 1949 Dross Revue, Farm «. bulety, Food Preparation anrl Tractor Maintenance programs each reculveil an ixll-oxpouHO trip to tho 28th National <1-H Club ConcrcHH in Chicago. Brief outlines ot their records follow: Virginia Easton, 17, of Torrlng- ton, was Judged Stiilu winner In tho 19<Ifl -I-H DrcHR Hovuo. Her costumo, a parly dross, was o[ light liluo plnln anrl ombroldorod ot-Kjiinly. Jielug rather tall, Vir- filnla found it nocasaary to change bor piittorn, inoortliiK a bias Ktrlp of plain organdy botwoon two pieces of embroidered. Tho total cost of her dross was $1C>.0'), tho ai'd'Himrlim, $4.US, malting a total coHl. for the cosliitua of ?2G.07. A club member tor seven years, Virginia has sptint tho lust four years on clothing projects. In rocoKiiltfon of her ae.hluvonioiU, Virginia was awarded an oduca- tlonal trip to tho National 4-H Club Congress), Chicago, provldud by Simplicity Patlorn Co., Inc. For doing an outstanding: job in making his homo, farm and community a safer place In which to live and work, Donald Kelly, 1C, o£ Milford, was named 1949 state- brought slate Donors to Gall Crawl'ord. IB, of Bnat Hampton, in the 19-1!) National 4-H Food Preparation program, flixll became an (ixiitirt meal planner, luivlnn cuokc-d uiir] sorvod more than COO moals for her family. In addition »ho prepared 70 separate (li»he», and lian progrcssoil stoadlly to the point of taking over the planning, proparljiK- and nerving of family monlH. Otill wnw ni:l.lvo In her local club, serving as pruHlderit, vlco prcHldont ami Becretnry; junior counselor at Hartlord County and t'.o-supcirintoiirlent at tho 1949 county fall-. AH n reward for her flno record, Gail was awarded an educational trip to the National MI Club CongresM, Chicago, provider! by Servel Home Economics Dept. Learning proper care and operation of tractors not only paid off la fuel saving for Stuart OadbolH, 1G, of Colchester, but brought him Virginia Eoiton champion In t.lio Donald Kolly National 4-H Farm Kul'oly program. J)omih]'H In- Iliionco in his community towards eliminating hazards, bus boon o.\-- ciillruit. lln and uiiotlim- momber ilnmollKliud throe old shucks which were flro.und accident hazards. In his home he built containers for all Hharp-eilgnrl tools, removed uailM from looso hoards, helped itclglilmrH llx poorly lighted stairways, removed wunta paper from collara, rhockod and ellmlnutod ha/ardoim f-luefrlcul einiipmrttit, »iv! niiiilo 11 prize winning safety rU'.rnoriHtration at tho University of Connecticut. During his sovon yoars In '1-IT, llonald followed the rnlfii for farm safety in carrying out other projects. Ho also served tho local club nn president, secretary and trnnmirnr. Tlomild wan iiwanlml tin I'lliiraUoiial trip to Ilii! N» -l-l I dull CoiigruNH in fililciigo provided by tionoral Right yearn In 4-H Olub work ,.,.„,,„..., All of tlKjHo activities ut-o conducted under tho directloV'ot'tlin Exttm- •Ion Service, of tho State A B ricuUural ColloKo and USDA eoouoratinjj! Goil Crawford Stuart Gadboit tho iMsUne.llon of bolng p.lumea 194S Sl.utu c:lianiplon In tlio National 4-H Tractor Mnintannnce program. Hy putting into practice what lie lourtmd, Stuart kept the family tractor In yuar-ruiiml work- Ing order. Sturtlng his project on a 20-year old tractor, be now has a now one and both are operating at maximum power with minimum funl. At 7.oro Urn true:- tor was ready to clear HIIOW from ilrivnways on tho home farm us well as t.lio neighboring ones. Active In Club affairs, Stuart In- striK'terl ft tractor maintenance group at 4-H camp anrl was also Judge for a tractor operation con- Lost, at a 4-H ftilr. H!H lutr>r»Ht in the tractor project was In liiHplni- llon to others, and was largely rosponniblo tor making the project a success In Ills club. As a reward Stuart recelvm! an nil uxpmiso Ir'p to the National 4-11 Club Cou- gresa In Chicago, provided by American Oil 9:30—WBRY—Jazz Band Ball WATR—Hollywood Byline WTIC—Dnnnla Day WWCO—Lombardoland 10:00—WATR—Barn Dance WTIC—Judy Canova WBRY--Sing It Again WWCO-Chicago Theater 10:30—WTIC—Grand Ole Opry )1:OCK-A1I Stations—News 11:15—WBRY—NHe Shift WTIC—Dance Time WATB—Tops In Sports WWCO—Danco Ork. 11:30—WTIC—Surf Club Orch WATR—Dance Ork WWCO—Dance Ork. 12:00-^-A)l Stations—News TELEVISION IMH. WCB8—Channel 2 1:80—Music, Pgm. Provlow, Weath er 1:50—Columbia vs. Brown 6:15—Music; Program Review; Wouthor Report 6:30—Red Barber'a Clubhouse 6:45—Lucky Pup 7:15—Film Shorts 7:30—Qulncy Howe 7:45—Blues by Bargy 7:55-^Hcrb Shrlner Show 8:00—Winner Take All 8: HO-Comedy Film 8:50—-Premier Playhouse P.M. WNHC-TV—Channel 6 1:00—Tclctuncs & Sports News 1:35—Sports Film 1:45—Pre-Game Color 2:00—Yale-Harvard 5:00—Football Scoreboard 6:30—Red Barber's Clubhouse 6:46—Lucky Pup Resume 7:00—Lone Ranger 7:30—Hollywood Screen Test 8:00—Spin the Picture 9:00—Who Said That 9:30—Film Shorts; Wrestling WNBT—Channel * P.M. 1:30—Yale-Harvard 5:30—Children's Sketch Book 7:30—The Nature of Things 7:45—Leon Pearson 8:00—Cowboy Cavalcade 9:00—Who Said That 9:30—Meet the Press 10:00—Film Featurn Miss Johnson Attends Boston Convention IMlsa Martha Johnson, chairman of tho business department of Naugatuok. High school, IH IP. Boston today where she Is attending: the 47th annual convention of the New England School Commercial Teachers association. She Is to take part In a meeting which concerns, "Successful! Classroom Practices in Shorthand, Typewriting and Transcription." Chairman of tho Meeting'la Professor DoniOd G. Slather, of tho department of secretarial studies of Boston university. RESCUED A Derby, Conn, pilot who landed lila llg'W plane In tho water off St.iten Island, Now York ha-i been rescued. Police said AJexandcr F. TrnWia ran out of iras and was forced to land on the water. He was picked up 'by an oil tug and treated at a hospital for submersion. Tratoka was en route from Washington to Bridgeport. How To Play CANASTA WILLIAM E, McKENNEY America's Card Authority ARTICLK NO 32 11KUK ARK TIPS FOB CANAHTA TVHOS HINTS to the beginner at Canasta. Wttt-ch out for those r<^d treys; Remember that you mu.-.t lake another card front the stock pile for rnch red trey that you put on tho table. MnId! mint thiil y»u undorsinnd tho condition* ftpplylnif to Unfrozen puck. Black treys, while opiparBnlly nuisance cards, arc valuable to prevent your opponent from taking tho pack, OHpecl.'tlly when thr pack becomes bltr. Don't waste ttyne trylnif for natural Canastas. You may lo«j 300 attempting to gain an additional 200. Don't waste much time on con- coaled handrJ. Thcjf only earn an additional 100 points. Don't be too anxious to (put your cards on the table. Always try to be in a position to tkae (he pads. Remember that one additional -anasta Is worth 300 points. The cards in your hand may represent a loan of only 50 or 100 points. DON'T get down to too few cards. The fewer cards y o u have in your hand, the lesa flexible the hand is. It pays lo get your first minimum meld down as soon as possible. Don't hold up your Canantaa New School Proposals Expected Tuesday In General Assembly (By United Pres«) The special scssio not the General Assembly Is in I-CCCBS for the weekend but the lawmakers arc busy on the school aid issue. GOP State Chairman Clarence F. Baldwin reports that ho,* party Is writing a new school hulldlng aid bill which will be ready next Tuesday when the lawmakers return to Hartford.r It is expected that the measure will call for a $10 a pupil state grant to towns. The Republicans believe they could finance their new 'program from budget funds which have been frozen under the claaBlflca- tlon of "appropriations carried over." Meanwhile, Governor Bowles intimated that tho Democrats will he ready Tuesday with several alternate proposals to the state aid to .school building problem. The governor called the apodal session specifically t» act on school aid, but after two weeks of meeting, the two parties are as far apart as over on nn agreement. Men's Brotherhood Annual Meeting Set For December 16 The annual meeting and banquet of the Salem Lutheran church Men's Brotherhood will be held Friday evening, Dec. 16 in the church hall, according to plans discussed at ft meeting of tho organization last night. A turkoy dinner will be served by members of the Evan- gellne Circle of the church. Lust night's program included the showing of motion pictures .depict- <ng the poultry business at Tran- nillity Farm. Mlddlebury. Clarence H.. Jones showed the pictures, af- .er which refreshments were served by Robert Anderson, Alfred Krcutz- mann and George Nelson. They count 300 or 5OG (.-joints on the table. Your partner may have a rcood melding hand and need your Cnnostn to meld out. Don't In- too anxious lo ink.. t)ir- pack- If It contains only n f«-w cauls, especially if you have pretty Koorl control of the p;u-k. You cannot have more tJian lhre« wild onrd.s in any meld, ex- c«-| t that after ft. Canajrtn. IK completed, yr-u rruiy «<Jd to it. and Ihi-rc lo m. Ihnll j,j tho number of wild riiriJn Ih.'it you miiy mid to it. If you -ifld ,-i wr.!d card to :i n.' Can.'i«t/i. wm i-<<<luco j(. ( value from MXI to .TOO points. You cannot pick up a black trny. oven though you two bl^.>-k treys in your hand. However, in order to meld out, molds mny b«- made with black trey« the same an any other meld. WHEN the pack is small, you can discard your singletons or rloubletons. but when the pack K«ts larcf, be careful. If you have not a black thr«! or even a wilrl card to prevent your opj-onc-nt from taking- the pack. It inljrhl even you you to dlsoird frorr. ons of your lonjr iiits, hopinjr that he will not have a match for it. When the other side ha* oon- Irol of the (pack, try to go out as rjuickly as possible to prevent them from running up n score. If the opponents have a lot of cards on the table and a number of nearly completed Cana«>t:w*. it may well pay you to go out instead of playing for another Canasta in order lo prevent them from completing, several others. CANASTA • Playing: Cards • • Score Pads • • Deluxe Kits • SWEENEY'S ART and STATIONERY STORE Hamilton Park Company of 17 ADM. 60c DancJnt at 8:15 FREE PACKING INDICTKD A New London grand jury has returned a first degree murder Indictment against a Pawcatueli man. ThJrty-year-old M .1,3- v t n Dortch Is charged xvith the fatal stabbing of his landlady. Mrs Dorothy Sebastian was killed at her homo on Scptmober 3. STEREO STOKIfS Illuitrotxf with full c i*i«feoi«w IN THREE DIMENSIONS • FAHTY TAU «tdS • WJU STOHY KilS • HOIY UNO KH.J 35t, 3fo/»1.00 SWEENEY'S Art uinl KUttUmr ry HTOR»! 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