Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 23, 1949 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, November 23, 1949
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PAGE 8—NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), WEDNESDAY. NOV. 23, ]<MO Safety Awards (Continued From Page One) \ be free of out-of-town residents. President Wislocki said that he wanted to point out that Mr. Rado's statements were made is an individual, and did not necessarily represent the feelings of other club members or the club itself. He said today, ''Mr. Rado and any other member of this or any other club has the right to express himself on any subject. As a member of th=! Exchange Club, Mr. Rado's statement may have placed a cloud-over the club, but he was speaking for himself and not the club." Mr. Wislcckl today denied that he "criticized" Mr. Rado or h)s statement, as was reported :n an out of town paper. A new slate of officers will be presented to the club at the next CITY BAKERY MAPLE ST. TEL. 3678 Open Dally 6:30 A. M. to 6 P. M. Wedding Cakes Delivered Marzpan Fruits Birthday Cakes Closed Thanksgiving meeting by the nominating committee consisting of Chairman Clayton DeUefsen, Daniel Wnlsh, Verrier Gustafson and Leynincl Bergcr, First elections will be hold | at that time, with final elections j and installation to be held at the . following meeting. I The meeting 1 of the club sched- I ultd for Dec. 13 will be held Dcr I 15, Mr. Wislocki said. At this timu [ the Exchange Club will meet with the Naugntuck Rotary Club in St. Michael's Perish House. The meeting will start at 7 o'clock in. the evening. The club has made a request to the U. S. Rubber Co. to have its annual Christmas display located in The Green this year, rather than on Maple street. Superintendent of - Welfare J. Rudolph Anderson will be contacted oy the club to furnish names of underprivileged families in the borough who will be given Christra'as j;ifts by the club. Concert MC CAPTURE CAPITAL Hong- Kong — Authoritative sources in Chungking say Red troops have captured the capital of Kwangsi province some 375 miles southeast of the Nationalist capital. Communist forces are closing in on Chungking from three sides. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST WATERBURY Invites you to A FREE LECTURE ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE by Lecturer: ARTHUR PERROW, ('. S. of Chicago. Illinois Member of the Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts Subject: "CriLSTJAN SCIENCE THE WAY TO FREEDOM" PLace: . THE CHURCH EDIFICE Corner Holmes and Mitchell Avenues Time: FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 25th at 8:15 New Bendix Economat — with "Undertow" washing, "Floataway" draining, "Squeeze-Drying". No wringer, no bolting down. 79 95 SEEING IS BELIEVING SO WE SAY, I>ET US INSTALL (V BENDIX ECONOMAT ON FREE TRIAL IF YOU DON'T LIKE IT, YOU DON'T KEEP IT! 0 OPEN WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY EVENINGS • CONN. FUEL-GAS CORP. WATERBURY ROAD, WATERTOWN. PHONE 275 NEWEST 1950 PHILCO TELEVISION WITH BUILT-IN AERIAL GREAT VALUE FOR ONLY PHfLCO "Wide-Screen" TELEVISION HOW! get wonderful entertainment in 8 out of 10 favorable locations without outdoor aerial installation. CREDIT TERMS—TAKE UP TO 2 YEARS TO PAY Lincoln © Siore WEST MAIN Gala Program (Continued from Pago One) Inc., will be on holiday from tonight until Monday morning. Office employes in both plants, and all workers In other borough Industrial plants will resume usual schedules Friday morning. Tomorrow Will see retail stores, banks, the library and Town Hall offices closed to business. Schbols close this afternoon for the remainder of the week. The' post office will be on holiday schedule tomorrow 'with no deliveries of mail, although regular collection and dispatching of the mails will continue as usual. Churche* Observance of Thanksgiving in KENNETH KAPIEFF, well known Boston radio announcer and a former borough resident, will be master of ceremonies at the annual Parade of Quartets of the Naugatuck Chapter of the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Singing: In America, to be staged Saturday night at 8 o'clock In The high school auditorium. For several years as announcer for Station VVICC, Bridgeport, Mr. Rapleff IH now chief announcer in the tipnclnlty division of the Yankee Network. A capacity audience is expected to attend the parade and concert. Leroy M. Gibbs Dies In Waterbury; Father Of Borough Resident Leroy M. Gibbs, 500 Farmington avenue, Watertmry, father of Leroy M. Gibtas, Jr., Naugatuck, died yesterday at Waterbury Hospital after being a patient there for the past three weeks. Mr. Gibbs served as secretary of the Home Club for 26 years until Ins retirement two years ago. He v.-as an agent of the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co., Newark N. J., and first president of the Life Underwriters of Waterbury He was a member of the Secpnd Congregational Church for 30 years and was head usher. A native of Ponliac, Mich., he came to Waterbury as secretary of the Chamber of Commerce in 1U18. He was a. member of the Waterbury Rotary Club; Liberty Lodge of Masons and. was a 32nd degree Mason and member of Sphinr Temple. Besides his son, here, Mr. Gibbs Is survived by his wife, another son, two daughters, a sister and nine grandchildren. ' Funeral services will be held Friday morning at 11 o'clock at the Alderson Funeral Home, 70 Central avenue, with the Rev. Wilbur D. Canaiiay, Jr., officiating. Burial will be at the convenience of the family. Friends may call at the funeral home tomorrow evening from 7 to 9 o'clock. "Painting Party" Scheduled Friday By Crusader Post Members of Crusader Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars will stage an all-day "painting party" Friday at the 'post home, Rubber avenue, it was announced today by Commander William Gopher. He said that all members of the post are invited to attend the party, bringing their own paint brushes. Work of renovating the home .'13 expected to be completed Friday. Next Tuesday night the ladies auxiliary of the post will stage a card and bingo party at the home. Refreshments will be served, he said. An "open house" (party will be staged Dec. 6 for all members of i the post and their friends. The affair is being staged to permit new | members to bcscome aquainted with members of the post. Mr. Gcrber also reminds members that dues for the coming year are now due and urges them to obtain their new cards aa soon as possible. Grange Arranges Novelty Programs For Friday Meetings Two novelty pi oprams are being planned by members of the. Bear-on Valley Grange. The first program will be held Friday evening, when a show will be presented by an al Imnle crust, under the direction of Hjalmar Olson. The pro- ?rnm, now in rehearsal includes novelties, remedy and burlesque, bp presented by an nil woman cast An origlnn.1 nmn,toiir show will nl the Dec. 2 meeting, under the direction of Mrs. Alfred Benson Lecturer 'Mrs. Adolph Kudzma requests all active members attend and be accompanied by an Inactive member. The Grange bowling team will meet tonight at 8 o'clock nt the Y. M. C. A. TIckotH nm now available for the Christmas supper to be held Dec. 13. undor the auspiecfl of the dnimatlc club, with Harry Stfilp n.s ch.'ilrrrmn. Invitation* hfcve heft, received to attend Neighbors Night at the North Huvon Orange Dor. 6, and the Plymouth Grange Dec. 14. Naugatuck Proteatant churches] starts this evening at 8 o'clock, I when a Community Onion service j will be held In the Congregational church. The sermon, "Song of Thanksgiving." will be delivered by the Rev. Matthew H. Gates, minister of the Methodist church.. Special music will be provided by the host church choir, under the direction of Mrs. Charles. D. McCleary.. Other clergymen to participate are the Rev. Wiilard B. Soper, minister of the host church; the Rev. Wlnfred B. Langhorst, rector of St. Michael's Episcopal church; and the Rev. Frank Niemiec, pastor of the Holy Saviour Polish National Catholic church. This evening the Rev. O. H. Bertram, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran church will conduct a service at 7:30 o'clock hi that eriurch. Theme of his sermon will be "Naugatuck 3ive Thanks," with the text from :he 100th Psalm, verse four. The lunlor choir of the parish will rehearse at 6:15 o'clock. Thanksgiving Day a service will be held in the morning at 8 o'clock In the Salem Lutheran church, with: the 'Rev. Donald L. Kent, pastor, delivering the sermon. Ushers will be Allan Johnson, Dean Berry. Allan Gabrielson and Edmund Olson, and anthems will be sung by the Church, Luther and Sunday school choirs. At 9:30 o'clock the Rev. Theodore A. Schrader will preach a sermon In the Immanuel Lutheran church on the topic, The Grace of Gratitude. Holy Communion will be served In St. Michael's church at 10 o'clock by the Rev. Langhorst. Acolytes will be Richard Mortensen and Hen-, ry Gamble, and the grammar school gtrls choir will sing. In th<r evening at 7:30 o'clock a holiday service will be held In the Hillside Congregational church, with the Rev. Harry J. Ekstam, pastor, to deliver the sermon. The church choir will sing. Extra Trains The New Haven railroad will operate a total of sixty extra trains for the accommodation of Thanksgiving holiday travelers, and will add extra cars to many regular trains. Twenty-two of these extra trains will be run today, eight tomorrow, and 30 Sunday to care for returning travel. President Truman will observe Thanksgiving with a small family dinner at Blair House. Guests will nclude Mrs. Truman's mother, Mrs. David Wallace. The President'* daughter, Margaret, IB on a concert tour and-will not be present at the family gathering. Salem Lodge The Master Mason degree wa* conferred on a class of candidates of Salem lodge, A. F. 4 A. M., hut night In Masonic Temple, Church street, by the Zlndah Grotto degree team from Waterbury, head- edby Right Worshipful Thorn W. Corby. The Grotto patrol, attired in Zouave uniforms, assisted In the ceremonies, and music waa provided by a double quartet of the Grotto Glee club. (550,000 VISITORS Harrisburg, Pa. —Approximately 050.000 people visit the historic Gettysburg baHUjgrniiml in Pennsylvania every year. You Can Consider Yourself A Farmer You can consider yourself a farmer if you live outside the limits of city water. Thousands of families are leaving crowded cities each year and buying little homes in the country. . . How many would be wilting to live in the rural areas if they didn't have electricity to pump water, pump oil for the furnace, light > the house and perform innumerable chores? •• -•'•'"" - I I agree, I would like to buy . shares of common stock I of The Connecticut Light and Power Co. to let the dividend I income pay my electric bill of $ a month. 'This'! > la. an order. HOW MUCH 18 YOUR MONTHLY BILL? BUY COSTING TO PAY A ABOUT MONTHLY BILL OF 10 Shares 12 Shares 15 Shares 20 Shares 25 Shares 30 Shares 35 Shares % 596.00 714.00 892.50 1,190.00 1,487.50 1,785.00 2,082.50 12.70 3.25 4.06 6.42 6.77 8.12 9.48 Name Street. City o* Town . • In the case of married women investors, please give first name. Why Not Buy Enough Shares of THE CONNECTICUT LIGHT AND POWER CO. to Have The Dividends Pay YOUR Electric Bill? PtfTNAM & CQ 6 Central Row. Hartford Tet WJ1S1 OUR NAUOATUOK REPRESENTATIVE IS MR. G. 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