Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 21, 1949 · Page 8
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*AGE a—NATjG \TT7CK NKWS (COVN.). MONDAY, NOV. 21, IMfl Old Gunntown Monument Pictures Message Of The Christmas Seal To the west of Naugatuck rest- Ing peacefully amid thr woods und rolling hills of Connecticut lies Gunntown Cemetery, a beautifully weathered memorial to t ho men and women, the boys and s?irb) who lived In this section long, long ago. Today a protective wnll of stone •urrounds the fragile looking grave•tones ,somc of which for over ICO years have survived the ice and •news of winter, the whipping winds of early spring, the mellow warmth of summer and the frolic- Ing leaves of autumn. The delicate carving on the grey- ing titones has likewise endured and the fading inscriptions are invitn- tions for remembering the people of the past and the stories of their lives. One inscription in particular has a rtory to tell. Jl appears on the jrravestone of a young man who died In 1817 at the age of 35. The dimming inscription reads "Consumption, though slow is sure." How clearly was expressed the tragedy of tuberculosis 132 years ago. Doomed to the tomb was the unfortunate victim of the dreaded, "wasting disease" of yesteryear; destined first to perhaps yeari of helpless suffering without hop* — tragic, but true, in those bygone days. Thua Gunntown Cemetery, where the past and the present meet, vividly pictures the message of the Christmas Seal. Its rncuHfiKC in one of hop* for victims of tuberculosis and one of security for everyone. Through advances in medical sci- •nce tuberculosis is both curable and preventable. When your Christmas Seal letter arrives, welcome it, because vince 1907, when the Christma* Seal first reached the United otntes from Denmark, it has been .he means by which the gi-eat voluntary movement for Iho control of tuberculosis hn« been supported. For the 35 year old tuberculosis victim in Gunntown in 1817 this was almost 100 years too late. Today, "TubcrouloniH is preventable," replaces "Consumption, though slow is sure." Eagles Grand Aerie Official To Visit Naugatuck Lodge . .WlllUm A. C.IHC, Saginaw, Mich., a representative of the Grand Aerie of Eagles will be ffUieJs;t speaker at tonights meeting of the Naugatuck Aerie at 8 .o'clock in thft aerie rooms, it was announced today by President John Burns. Plans will be discussed for the district c."rd and bowling tourney to be held horc Dec. 11 nt 2 p. m. Taking ipeirt In the tourneys will be aeries from Waterbury. Merl- den, Wallingford and Nnugatuck. Yesterday teams of the local aerie took part in tourney play in Meriden. Finn] plans for tho orKoniKjillon of a ladles auxiliary will bo made tonight. Chairman Theodore Klim- auzcwski of the children's Christmas p;u-ty said today that tickets for the affair, to be held Dec. 18 in Odd Fellow;) hall, will be avail- a.hle at the ucrle rooms next Monday night. NTIS A8REMHT.Y M!KS Man Cccllo Dodgy, of the nomnilllrn on mlmliiHlmiN at AI- brrt.iiN M.'tgmin Collngc, New Mavi-n, •vlll npoiik brtfort) an imm-mbly of lunlor and senior K'l'lw tomorrow morning at Naugatuck High school, It was announced today by Mlsa Florence A. Anderson, guidance supervisor. Her subject will be "College Opportunities nt Albertus Magnus." THE LITTLE LADY TAKES A BOW^f Wafei-Bury Census Director No Applications KINAI, The final rehearsal of the Naiu<(i- luck Bnrbol'shop qunrtctsf before th« firm annual parade of quartets Saturday night In the high school auditorium, will be held tomorrow "voning nt 7:45 o'clock in the Tut- tl<! MiiHlr shed. The rehearsal hi scheduled tomorrow evening in- '-•tejid of Wednesday evening as is the usual practice. SANITY TESTS Plalnvlllc, Mass.—Sanity tnsls were ordered today for Patrick Prrknr—the young student wrn allegedly hold up a store as ,->art of n nintanUc w:hem<; to avenfo his falhcr's doath. The boy 10- pulc-dly planned to go to Quebec and kill the jeweler whose limp- bomb blew up a plane causing a crash In which the boy's father was killed. , BODY FOUND C.ofihen, N. II.—The body of u missing Harvard frc8liiu.'in W»H found this morning In u wreclt<;il nnd burned plane near Goohen. John Mo»«» of BiUtlmore WBN flying back to clutwcM aflor attnnil- ing the Harvard-Yale, gamo. Illo plane Nmushod Into the side of Hlild Mountain. KOSTC HOWI, Chicago Commissioner Kenneth A. Wilson announces that the Ohio Slate football team ht«s been named to reprnxcnt the Big 10 in the January 2 Rowe Bowl g ame In Pasadena, Calif. Wilson told ncwmnen in Chicago that the Big 10 vole for Ohio Slale was unanimous. MO *? B .G EHOOGH* As long as we live, we cannot express in full our debt to our teachers. The knowledge they pass on to us — their influence on our thinking — actually become factors in determining what our lives turn out to be. For the past few years, our teachers have worked valiantly in the face of many odds—crowded classrooms, long hours, shortages of textbooks and supplies. Today progress is being made to correct these conditions — to make teaching continually more attractive to the specially gifted men and women who belong in this highly honored profession. Lef s all help to keep our school standards worthy of the type of men and women we want to guide our children's future. Remember, better schools mean better communities and a better life for all For information on how citizens in many communities have joined or formed committees to work in behalf of their schools, write to: National Citizens Commission for the Public Schools, 2 West 45th St., New York 19, N. Y. Do this right away! Like other American business firms, we believe that business has a responsibility to contribute to the public welfare. This advertisement is therefore sponsored by The Naugatuck Daily NEWS EDUCATION MOLDS OUR FUTURE WEARING ABROAD SMILE, Queen Elizabeth accept* • bouquet ot flower* In London from six-year-old Victoria Hutchlnson who follow* up th» presentation with a curtsey of her own design. The scene took place dur- ln« • "Command Performance" at • London theatre. (International) Arraign Child Killer THI CONFESSED slayer ol Linda Joyce Glucoft, 7, his granddaughter's playmate, Fred Stroble, 66, is pictured in the Los Angeles Municipal Court where he was arraigned for the torture-murder of the little girl. (International) .. . . AIRLINER MISSING . . Oslo, Norway—Searchers in the dense forests near Oslo have, found a signal parachute believed from a Dutch airliner raisa- ins with 35 persons aboard—including 29 Jewish refugee chil- dren. Rescue™ returned earlier from another region of. the woods after tracking down a column of amoke and finding it was not from the plane. Buy Christmas Seal* Help Stamp Out TB With thousand* out of work in , this area, there in a job paying | "about $100 a week" that apparently han no applicants. A director f» needed for the 1BBO conaua In the Fifth Congrnsrlonul District, and leading Waterbury Democrats, whose party will havo I the say In naming the director, report they know of no one Interested In the post, Tho work will take about six months, which means Lhe job will most likely be handled !>y ft professional man or one who Is able to secure a leave of absence from his regular work. About 327 workers were engaged in registering the 1840 census, according to W. Harry Byrnes, Oak- vilie, who directed that census, Ho said that he la ,not Interested In the post again. Foundry No change )»' reported In the strike situation at the Manufacturer's Foundry. Work stopped at *he plant July 26 and all efforts to reach settlement to date have failed.. , Yesterday Commissioned Charles Realty Transactions Town Clerk. Raymond J. St. John has recorded th« following paporn in his Town Hall office: Warranty Deed John T., and Lillian R. Stlen to Roue Gounela, property on Bradley street. Quit Claim Deed* Dorothy Latka lo Arthur F. Dunn, property on Pearl road. Arthur F. Dunn to John Latka, property on Pearl road. Raydner Realty Co. to Louis Dinardi, property, In Bristol Ter- tace. Mortgage Deeds John Latka to Naugatuck Building and Loan Asuoclalon, property on Pearl road. Joseph Madden to Naugatuck Building and Loan Association, property on Clark road. Frank T. Oreen to Naugatuok Building and 'Loan Association, property on Hillside avenue. • Louis Dinnrdl to Max R., and Louis Traurlg, property in Brl«*-4 Torrace. Oortlflonte Of Distribution Ratale of Franklin J. Leary to Mary F, Deegah, et al, property on Pluasnnt avenue. Judgment XJrni Walter Boruslawloz to Ain.n Zwoliniiky. 177.50 on Sheffield Lane property. ; ,, . Mortgage Behwses Alfred J. Booker to Joseph Madden. • - • Naugatuck Savings Bank to Howard B. Hpadley. SEE OUR LARGE DISPLAY OF Plush Toy Animals FOR CHRISTMAS <r+++fr+*fr++f+r++ff+tftt*f+ff+rf USE OUR LAY AWAY PLAN VIC'S SMOKE SHOP CHURCH STRKET — NAUGATCCK To Be Hired; Reported Ray, U. S. conciliator und members of the State Board of Mediation and arbitration, along with xpokes- m«n of the company und Ix>cal 215, ProgresBlve Metalworkers Council, CIO, took part In talks at n parley at the Hotel Elton. The dispute resulted from n 12-cenl-an-hour waire cut put Into effect by the firm. No further meeting was scheduled at yesterday's ncssion. the Tlev. Samuel Budde Burial will !><• nt the cnnvcnlrnrr of (hn family und friends arc naked to plon (unit flowers. J. Darrry Funeral services for Michael J. Darccy, 65. president of the Darcey Transportation Co, who diod nud- denly Saturday in Long Bench. Calif., will be held from the Bergin Funeral Home, time arffc other arrangements to be announced. Mr. Durrey made bin home at 47 'Suclld iivonuc. nnd won vldlUnjf his daughter In Long Bench when stricken. Funeral Tomorrow The funeral of Mrs. Ruth fChandler) Shepardson, 52, headmistress of St. Margaret's school, who was killed Friday in an auto crash, will be held tomorrow morn- Ing at 11 o'clock at St. John's Episcopal Church. The Rev. Robert Hatch will officiate asssitcd by CITY BAKERY MAPI,K ST. TKL. M7» OlHm Uully fl:so A. M. lo « p. M. Mince and Pumpkin Pies Marzpan Fruits Birthday Cakes ' TURKEYS BAKElS Check Trouble Before You're Checked! Are You Ready For That Fall Trip? Let us change that oil to a lighter grade-; check grease in transmission and rear and, drain and flush radiator and take care of other needs in preparation for Fall motoring. CHUCK'S Union City _ Tel. 4955 531 NORTH MAIN STREET 3 F Goodrich FIRST IN RUBBER TIRES LOWEST PRICES PAY ONLY ALL SIZES $1 DOWN $1 A WEEK FEEE PARKING AND TIRE MOUNTING IN REAR OF OUR STORE Lincoln (0 Store WEST 'BETTBt SCHOOLS MAKK) . KTTBt CQMMIMTJB / £ agree, I would like to buy . shares of common stock of The Connecticut Light and Power Co. to let the dividend income pay my electric bill of $; a month. This is an order. & Name Street. City or Town ; • In the case of married women investors, please give tnaici»n first name. (NN)I A Bird of An Arrangement This is our young artist's idea of your dividends coming regularly from The Connecticut Light and Power Co. to pay your electric bills. Dividends of this company are payable every three months on the first days of January, April, July, October. HOW MUCH IS YOUR MONTHLY BILL * BUY COSTING TO PAY A _^^ ABOUT, MONTHLY BILL OF 10 Shares $ 590.00 $2.70 12 Shares 708.00 3.25 15 Shares 885.00 4.06 20 Shares 1,18000 5.42 25 Shares 1,475.00 6.77 30 Shares 1,770.00 8.12 35 Shares 2,065.00 9.48 PUTNAM & CQ 6 Central Row, Hartford Tel. 5-0151 OUR NAUGATUCK REPRESENTATIVE IS MR. G. HORACE BALDWIN Please Call Waterbury 5-0238 (Reverse Charges)

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