Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 23, 1949 · Page 6
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 6

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, November 23, 1949
Page 6
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Peter Paul Sales Representatives Schedule Meeting A ''get together" of Eastern «iilcs representatives; of the Peter Paul, Inc., will be held at the Hoi-2l Elton. Waterbury, Monday and Tuesday. Nov. 28 and 29. Approximately 20 sales brokers will meet to discuss sales promotion of the products manufactured by the candy company. COMPENSATION Jerry Jenkins. 59 Pearl street, Waterbury, -will receive weekly payments of $26.27 for three and three- quarter weeks for a five per cent loss of use of the left thumb sustained in the employ of the W. J. Megin, Inc.. Naugatuck, according- to an agreement approved yesterday by Workman^ Compensation Commissioner Harry Krasow. In another agreement approved, Albert KotUnann, Seymour, will receive $22.71 beginning Nov. 9 for an injury to the right hand sustained in the employ of the Homer D. Bronson Co., Beacon Falls. Bristol, R. I., Fire Damages School Minutes after returning to class from recess, 264 pupils of St. Mary's Parochial school in Bristol, R. I,, filed outside when fire in an unused third floor room was discovered. Public school children, play- Ing nearby, saw the fire and shouted the alarm. Nuns hurried through the building throwing children's clothing out windows. Pour fire companies brought the fire under control but water damage was heavy. Personal- Members of the Naugatuck. Assembly of Rainbow for Girls will hold a hayrlde Saturday evening, Nov. 26, and are requested to meet at the Masonic Temple on Church street at 7 o'clock. The TKADE MARK Brockway Co., Naugatuck, is listed as a trade mark registrant for pipe fittings in a listing of recently registered trade marks with the U. S. Patent Office, compiled by the office of Harold G. Manning-. Waterbury. INDIAN INDEPENDENCE India will proclaim herself a sovereign independent republic January 26, 1950. Park Commissioners Make Field Trip Members* of the board of park commissioners yesterday visited Superintendent of Waterbury Parks James Curtin to obtain information pertaining to types of equipment and machinery desirable for park use. John H. Breen, chairman of the local board, said the inspection tour was "very profitable," and indicated decision on the purchase of a tractor will be made at the December session of ,the board. The Mattatuck A. Cappella choir. under the direction of Jesse Davis, will present a program af a meeting of the Mattatuck Musical Art society Dec. 19 in the Waterbury Women's club. . Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hunt, 370 Rubber avenue, will observe their 15th wedding anniversary tomorrow. Mr. Hunt also will observe nis birthday tomorrow. Members of the grammar school girls choir of St. Michael's Episcopal church are requested to assemble promptly at 9:45 o'clock tomorrow morning to sing at the 10 o'clock service. Housing Survey Report To Be Made At Legion Meeting Reacon Falls A housing survey report will be made by Chairman John McGeever, Jr., at tonight's meeting of Post 25, Beacon Falls American Legion at 8 o'clock in the Legion home. The post committee. for the past three weeks has conducted a uur- vey in the town in an effort to determine the needs of rental or home-ownership housing projects. The State Housing Authority has 'nformed the post that the town is eligible for housing despite the fact that the population is less than 5,000. All residents in need of housing and interested in housing development in the town are asked to contact Mr. McGeever. Miss Fredericka Brown arrives Friday from Wellesley college, Welleslcy, Mass., to spend the weekend with her parental Mr, and Mrs. Harold W. Brown, North Church street. C. S. SUPPLIES ORANGES The V. S. produces more than 28 per cent of the world's orange sup- TAKE HOME Fresh Pastry and Cream Pies from I ANDY'S CAMPUS CHURCH ST. Delivered Daily from B^bei Bakery, New York Funeral Mrs. Jennie Moraski Miss Jennie Moraski, 48, of 322 Bank street, Waterbury a native of Naugatuck, died Monday at St. Mary's Hospital after a brief illness. Born in Naugatuck, May 9, 1901 she was the daughter of the late Alexander and Clementine (Pajes- ki) Moraski. She lived in Waterbury for 25 years and was a member of St. John's Episcopal Church. She is survived by three sisters Mrs. John Broadrick and Mrs! Annao Alexinski, both of Naugatuck and Mrs. Mary Krulikoski of Middletown; two brothers, Prank of Brooklyn, N. Y., and Raymond of New Haven and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held this morning at 11 o'clock at the Clark Funeral Home, Waterbury with Rev. Robert M. Hatch, rector of St. John's church, officating. Burial was in Pine Grove Cemetery, Waterbury. Norris M. Follctt, Jr., a student at the University of Maine, will spend Thanksgiving with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norris Follett 49 Grove street. Thomas St. John, 3rd, a student at Williston academy will spend of his parents, Mr. and Mrs the holiday weekend at the home Thomas St., John, Jr., 20 Fairchild street. Mr and Mrs. Walter K. Elder thl e "v ?°, k aj - artme »'-s. wi" spend the holiday with Mrs. Elder's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Williams in Scranton, Pa. Janice Elder, a student at Buckne!] uni- v^rsity, will join her parents in ~"" Seniors Win Cheering Contest A! Members of the senior class won a cheering contest at a large pep rally of Naugatuck High school students today in the school gym. The rally was held in preparation for tomorrow's annual classic with Ansonia. Ann Rathburn, captain of thq High school cheerleaders, presented the cup to J. Roger Currier, president of the senior class. The cheering championship was won last year by the 1949 graduating class. Judges were Miss Virginia Smith, Mrs. Freida Stegerwald and Walter Driscoll of the high school faculty. South Lancaster, Mass., former ""-tuck residents, are visiting Marie "H-'II Edw 'J rd Hayward of Maple Hill road, and daughter Mrs . Byron Noble, New Haven re 0 , a a d tiveY hiIet >, V " 1UB « '"»^S * ie ar 6a for two weeks they are staying at the home of another daughter, Mrs.' Thomas Judd in Mi'ddlebury ^omas Watch For Further Announcements About HOLLY AND KRIS BREEN'S SPORT SHOP Mrs. Louis Zeun, worthy matron of Evergreen chapter,, Order of Eastern Star , 3e rved as conduct* at Visiting- Matrons and Patrons night held this week at the Ansonia chapter. Sandra Monski, a student Housing Authority To Meet Friday The Naugatuck Housing Authority will meet Friday evening at 8 I o'clock in the Town Hall to consider applications for units at the Naugawam project. The group will also discuss possible sites for the new $385,000 project. The money has already been appropriated but will i revert back to the state unless a i site is chosen by Dec. 1. The board met last night to interview 14 applicants for the first 14 Naugawam units to be ready between January 15 and February 1. No committments have been made to date on assignments of rents. The question will be given further study Friday. spending the aedemv are their JEWISH POPULATION Approximately 2.000,000 Jews live in New York City, more than there are in Palestine. Cartons Of Coke For Thanksgiving Menus •OTTIED UNDEI AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY ONI ''AHflHHSIlVM 3O ANVJWOD ONTUIOH V-IOO'VOOO O 194?, Th. Cocc-Colo Company Realty Transactions The following papers have been filed for record In the office of Town Clerk Raymond J. St. John: Lease W. J. Megin, Inc., to State of Connecticut, frame building in rear of 51 Elm street for storing equipment, two year lease at annual rental of $2,820. Notice to Sell Michael Teach to Samuel Teach, bar and grill on North Main street. Mortgage Release Judgment Agnes Hanzeleit to Andrew Macaitis. Conservatrix Deed Eldora W. Swanson, Conservatrix of the estate of Minnie Krause to Percy G., and Bertha H. Vincent, property on Rubber avenue. Mortgage De«ds Chester T. Dunbar to Naugatuck Building and Loan association, property on Osborntown road Perby G., and Bertha H. Vincent to Eldora W. Swanson, conserva- trlx of the estate of Minnie Krause, property on Rubber avenue. Mortgage Releases Lucy B. Butler to Chester T. Dunbar. f • Naugatuck Building aiid Lean association to Chester T.'Dunbar. Frank Czaplicki to Henry Sar- bieski. ON THE AIR r, :.10-WATH— NA UUATUCK NIBWH WT1C—Jimt 1'liiln 1JII1 WWCO—Tom Mix 5:45—WBRY—Curt MUBBOV Time WT1C—Frpjit p u!se Farrcll WATK-ArternoOn Caoero 6:00—WBRY—E. 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WWC—Dr. KIWare 8:30—WBRY—Dr. Christian WTIC—Great Gllderaleeve WATR—Sherlock Holmes WWCO—On the Green 8 :4C.—WWCO—Suotlikht 9 :00—WBRY—Oroucho Marx WTTO-Break the Bank WATTS—Boris Karloll WWCO—Mr. Leathers 9:30—WBRY—Bine Crosby WTIP— District Attorney WATR—Buzz AdlajTi Playroom WWCO—Family Theater 10:00—WBRY—Burns and Alien WTIC—BlK Story WATR—Shore and Sinatra Sliow WWCO—News Commentator I n :1 R— WWCO—-Neijirnreel 10:30—WBRY—Tom O'Brien's Dixieland Band WTTO—Curtain. Time WATRr-On Trial WWCO—MarveK Miller JO :4!;—WWCO^-MuBlc Yon Want 1t:flO— A!! Station»^-News 11:15—wrmv—Nlte Shift WTTC—News WWfO—TJN Today W A TH—Snorts II :3Q—WTTC—Dance Orch. WATH—Gems Dance Orch WWCO—Dntice Orch 12:00—All Stations—News What's Doing In Naugatuck Tpday, Tomorrow and Every Day Wednesday, NOV. !3 Annual" Military Ball, Gold Star Post, CWV, Falcon Hall. Annual firemen's ball. Saturday, Nov. 26 Harvest Hop, (sponsored by La- afies' auxiliary, of Montanari-Rado post, Criatoforo Colombo hall. South Main street. Fiv=c annual parade of quarters, sponsored by Naugatuck chapter of tmrboi'Hhoj) Ringers, high school auditorium, 8 p. m. Monday Nov. 28 Nnugatuok Woman's club Junior- ettqs meeting, Legion Home, 7:30 p. m. Naugatuck Junior Woman's club pot-luck supper, meeting, Methodist church hall. Tuesday, Nov. 29 : Meeting of Naugatuck Council of Catholic Women, St. Francis' church hall, 8 p. m. Wednesday, Nov. 30 Regular meeting, Prosp«ct street school Parent-Teacher association, 8 p. m. Friday, Dec. 2 .Pood Sale, Brennan's Store, 10 a. m.. Sponsored by Glendale Manor Community Club. Square dancing, open to the public, Lewis Memorial hall, St. Michael's parish house, 8 p. m. .). WEDNESDAY. NOV. 23. IMfr-CAGE B Ktmdny, Dec. 4 St. Francis' Holy Name Society Foi-um, Rev. Benjamin VMM, B. J.. np<;alccr, 8 p. m., St. School hail. Vesper service of Ey«. chapter, Order of BaitMH Methodist churoh, 4 p. m. Thursday, D«C. • Christmas - bazaar and supper, Evergreen chapter. Order of Eastern Star. Masonic Temple, bazaar opens 1 p .nv.,, cupper, S to 7 p. TO. SANTOS GENERAL REPAIRS Radiators, Bttterice Machines, Bftby CantafM Bicycles, Solderlat LAWN MOWERS 8HABPSKZ3) ISO Rnbber Ave, Pho»e OTT A. M. TELEVISION WNHV-TV Channel « Fast Service Frequent Service "' Through Service 6:00— Tea Stfcele 0:30— Teletunea 5:45 — Howdy Doody 6:09— Film Shorts' 7:00— Kukla. Fran and Ollle 7 : 30— Showroom 7:4.1— Newsroel fci'.Ol) — Arthur Godfrey H:00— DunnlnKer Show 9:30— Inside U.S.A. 10:00— BgxinK 11 :00— Wrestllne T. M. 1VCI1S Channel S 5:00 — Ted Sleele Show 5:30— The Chuck Wagon «:30— Tjjckv PUD • 6:45— Bob Howard Show 7 :00— Strictly For L,auBhs 7:ir>— Paul Arnold Show 7:30— CBS TV News 7:45— At Home Show 8:00— Arthur Godfrey and His Friends :00— DunnlnKer Show :30-r-Boxina Bouts :00— Telefinds of '49 :30— Newsreel ' 3 r- T , t ,^ fl "' T Channel 4 :i K— .Tndy Kpinters :30 — Howdy Doody :00— Children a Theater :30— Kasy Does It ' ........ 7 :00— Kukla. Fran & Ollle 7:30 — Morton Downey 7 :4!> — Nnws Caravan S: no— Crisis S : 3ft— Thfi Clock 0 :00— Television Theater in.nrt_n re ,,!< the Bank 10:30— Top Views in Sports SPECIAL-IXTR A Longines Symphonette THI ENLISTS IN NAVY Carl A. Magnuson, 312 Park avenue, is one of six area men who enl.stcd in the U. S. Navy during Ostober, according to officials of the Waterbury Naval Recruiting station. Post Office Building CAESAR KRZYKOWSK1 Fainter — Decorator 18 BBENNAN ST. TTJT,; SUB Free Estimate. Full Insurance Coverage Wittnauer Choraliers And Outstanding Soloiijt WBRY 5 to 6 P. M. 100K U5TIN AfOTfj The new Longine. and Wittnawr wofehes Colored on .". P^ram for the Chrlitmai giving will be on display In our store from November 25. See Our Window for. $1.000 CASH PRIZES William Schpero Jewelers CHURCH ST. - NAUGATUCK AUTHORIZED AGENCY fOR > lONOINES-WITTNAWR WATCHEf ( For Your Convenience OUR TYBOL GASOLINE STATION On Church Street Is NOW OPEN From 7 A. M. to 10:30 P. M. 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