Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 30, 1949 · Page 6
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 6

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, November 30, 1949
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, 1M9 PAGE B— NACGATTCK NEWS (CONX.), WKDNESnAY, NOV. String Orchestra Requires Support Of Local Musicians The support of all Naugatuck | community musical projects. He string- instrument players in main- ! says that string instrument players taining the Xaugatuck String Or- j will be contacted in the near future chestra is essential LO its eontin- j by one of the orchestra managers, in an effort to ascertain among other things, the best day for rehearsal. The Naugatuck String Orchestra is supported by the Philharmonics of Naugatuck, local music organization. DAVID W. BROWN Conductor uance. according to David W. Brown, conductor of the orchestra. Mr. Brown in an appeal to string musicians says, "It has been shown in the past few months that we can have a string orchestra in Naugatuck. However, if this group is to flourish and be maintained, we must have the support of all Naugatuck players'.' The local musician states that those who teach or play an instrument have a responsibility to all Cab Company Sued By Passenger j In a Waterbury Superior court I suit filed yesterday against Robert L. Lynch, Naugatuck, doing busi- "e«=s as the Independent Cab Co., Betty Lou Rixford, Naugatuck. and ner father, Wallace Rixford. Newport, Vt., are asking damages of S7.500. Miss Rixford in asking damages of $6.500, claims she suffered severe injuries Dec. 9, 1948, when the cab in which she was a passenger swung sharply around a corner, causing her to fall through an unlocked door of the vehicle. Her father seeks SI,000 for Miss Rixfbrd's medical expenses. World Federation Inevitable, Y's Men's Club Told The leaning of the nations of the v.-orld towards world federation was emphasized last night by Dr. Gerhardt Behr, guest speaker at the •weekly dinner-meeting of the Y's Men's Club, held in the YMCA cafeteria. Dr. Behr, a native of Czechoslovakia where he was a prisoner of the Nazis during the war, is now an assistant professor and a student at Yale University. He said that it is his belief that world federation is inevitable. It will not come about all at once he continued, but in stages, with groups of states joining together and later, various groups joining until the entire world is united. Complete federation is impossible at this time because of the different ideologies of various countries, he asserted. International control of atomic energy would be a mighty step tow- I ard the federation of the world, he 'said. Herbert E. Brown, YMCA general secretary, said today that next week's meeting will be a guest night. George Zonas is in charge of the program. A speaker from the State Police will be present. Saturday evening at 8 o'clock, the first of the Y's Men's monthly bowling parties for members, wives and their guests will be held on the Y alleys. Check Bodies Of Texas Air Crasli Victims TREASON Sofia, Bulgaria—The Bulgarian Communist government announces that former Vice Premier Kostov will be tried on charges of treason, treachery and spying, along with ten others. It's alleged that Kostov worked with a British intelligence officer and with Yugoslav spies. SPECIAL Pre-Christmas Sale ONLY 21 NEW Smith-Corona 1949 PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS Save As Much As $2O°° FROM REGULAR PRICE PAY ONLY DOWN $150 PER WEEK 150 GRAND ST. WATERBURY YOU CAN'T MISS WHEN YOU GIVE RADIOS RADIO-PHONOGRAPHS PORTABLES TOURNAMENT (Beautiful clear, true .tone. Flexo-Grip handle. Consoltone*. In Walnut plastic. '271 s PACIMAKER Rich, powerful tone- Sharp positive tuning. Consoltone*. Long Distance. Wavemagnet*. In Ebony plastic New FM-AM Table Model With "Cut-away" Dial Clear, high-fidelity tone. Built in wavemagnet. Cabinet in swirl walnut. $49,95 BUY v3N EASY TERMS WIN A NEW $1800 FORD CAR. COUPONS FREE WITH EACH DOLLAR CASH PURCHASE RADIOS ^APPLIANCES 15 CHURCH ST. 413 NO. MAIN ST. Naugatuck Phone 6490—6491 Union City FREE OFF STREET PARKING Waterbury Brothers Fined, Jailed In Policeman Assault Waterbury, Nov. 30—(UP)—Two brothers have been fined and given jail sentences in connection with the assaulting of a policeman. Domenic and Michael Lombard! were found guilty by a City Court judge. They were convicted of striking Patrolman Harold Hurley after he tagged their automobiles. Domenic was fined $50 and given 30 days in jail. Michael receivtd the same fine, but only 15 days in jail. Two Compensation Claims Approved The following agreements for weekly payments during disability were approved yesterday by Workmen's Compensation Commissioner Harry Krasow: Leo Kisielewski, Naugatuck, and American Brass Co. Metal Hose branch, $24.95, beginning Nov. 25, injury to hand. William Montini, Bridgeport, and the Eastern Malleable Iron Co., Naugatuck, $32 beginning Oct. 20, burns on right ankle and heel. Two policemen nre shown checking on the blanket-covered bodies ot some of the 28 victims, of the American Airliner crash at Love Field, Dallas, Texas. Many of the bodies were not immediately identified. The big transport crashed into a building while trying ;» land with two engines conked out. (Int. Soundphoto) Turmel with Miss Dunlap before her body was found. They also told the court that they heard indications of a dispute in her apart- iiient the night of the slaying. for COUGHS DUE TO COLDS I Take >oothes Throat Irritation No Dangerous Drugs SAFFRAN'S BOSTON STORE a. Wins 4-H Award In Soil Conservation Burton Joyce, 18, of Wallingford, New Haven County, has been selected as the state top winner in the 1949 National 4-H Club Soil Conservation Contest. His award is a $50.00 Savings Bond presented by the Firestone Tire and Rubber Co. The program is directed by the Cooperative Extension Service. Young Joyce was led into soil saving as a direct result of a completed 4-H project in dairy. He had to have more and better land for pasture. He set about to improve the land on his father's 87-acre farm by blueberries, birch and brush that had overun most of the farm land. The cleared land was plowed and fitted with ladino clover. The next area to be cleared was an ancient apple orchard. This work was done through the winter and the plot was seeded in the spring. That summer they managed to keep the weeds down by systematic clipping. This plot is now expected .o produce hay next summer to help with the feed bill. A new pond was dug in a planned area to provide water for the cows and prevent erosion of the land. A general rule has been adopted by the father-son combine to sow cover crops to protect the land each winter. Five hundred trees have been ordered from an approved nursery in Maine and these will be plant. ed around the rim of the pond. The [Joyces have only begun to do their job of soil saving but the progress hag already paid off. In five years of club work, Burton Joyce, Jr., has completed 18 4-H major projects. Eagles To Honor Past Presidents At Saturday Party A group from the Wa terbu: y Aerie of Eagles will present a P'.'J- gram of entertainment at the Past I residents'a party to be held by the Naugatuck Aerie Saturday evening, Dec. 17, it was announced ioday by William Stokes. Honored guest at the party will be Raymond Decker, a past president. Mr. Stokes also announced that plans for the annual childen's party are nearly complete. The affair will be held Sunday, Dec. 18, in Odd Fellows hall. Tickets will be distributed to members of the Aerie next Monday, Dec. 5, and Friday, Dec. 9, at the Aerie rooms. An entertainment program is being arranged. John J. Burns, Aerie president, will be master of ceremonies. Several donations for the party have been received from local goups and individuals, Mr. Stokes said. Charter members of the Aerie's newly fomed Ladies' Auxiliary will be announced within the next twn weeks. Pleads Innocent To Murder Charge I Houlton, Me., Nov. 30—(UP) -/\ I Hartford laborer pleaded innocnrt ] to a murder charge when he was I presented in Houlton Superior Court. Twenty-six-year-old Emil J. lurmel is accused of killing waitress Annie Dunlap in her apartment Sept. 3. I Witnesses testified that they saw NOLLE Lee Gucciardi, 24, of 79 Woodbine street, was granted a nolle on payment of $9, when he appeared in Waterbury city court yesterday on a charge of violation of the rules of the load. Men's Chorus (Continued From Page One) The appearance of Miss Dorothy Hunniford as the artist hnrf aroused considerable interest in the concert this week. Those -who have heard her arc high in heir praise of her pleasing voice and charming oersonality, and the demand for tickets vouches for her appeal to lovers of good music. Seats will not be reserved for the concert, according to Paul Anderson, and a small block of ticket 1 * will be held for sale at the door that evening. Members of the chorus still have a few tickets for sale as has the music shop on Church street or they may be procured by phoning Mr. Anderson at his home on Dunn avenue. DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING HERE For All The Family and Win A Beautiful New $1800 FORD CAR. Coupons Free with Every $1.00 Purchase; Cash, Charge or Paid on Account. NAUGATUCK HARDWARE Co. 189 Church St. Naugatuck OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT UNTIL 8:45 O'CLOCK I Chinese Ceramic Figurines . . pr. $4.50 V Ting: and Ling- with. 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BABY'S TOYS Various stvleK and shapes $1.00 y WIN $1800 FORD SEDAN Free Coupons With Every 51 Cash, Charge or Payment Sponsored By Naupatuck Merchants 'Jureau BOSTON STORE CHURCH ST. _ NAUGATUCK TEA DOWN New York. — The financial reporting firm of Dun and Bradstroet says a sharp drop in lea prices has cut its index of wholesale food prices. This is the fourUi wide change of the past month in the index which is total of price per found of 31 basic foods. INCREASE Washington — Tne sugar beet industry wants Agriculture Secretary Brannan to force an increas* in sugar prices next year. A industry spokesman told a department hearing this morning that sugar is now the cheapest food on the market . . below the iprice during OPA. PLATFORM Washington — Tttie Republican Natioal chairman is calling on rank-and-file GOP workers for help in deciding on a platform for the 1950 congressioul elections. Chairman Guy GabrieVson has written party officials throughout the nation for advice on what hLs party's platform should contain. CHRISTMAS GIFTS That Don't Wear Out. . Did you know that you can give up to $3,000 to any one person per year without having to declare it and without having to pay a gift tax. Many grandparents, aunts, uncles, mothers and fathers give securities as Christmas gifts. You may like to give a relative or friend enough stock of THE CONNECTICUT LIGHT AND POWER CO. to let the dividend income pay that relative's or friend's electric bill. TO QUESTION FBI New York — Federal Judge Sylvester Ryan has ordered the government to produce all FBI agents who investigated its consipiracy case against Judith Coplon at a court hearing on Monday. Miss Coplon's lawyer wants the agents to answer defense charges that illegal wire tapping- was used in Eretting evidence against her. PROMISE RETURN Washington—Russia has agreed to return one of three American lend-lease icebreakers to the United States immediately. But the Soviet embassy in Washington says there will be a delay on the other two because they are frozen tight in the Arctic ice. j , Please purchase for me shares of THE CONNECTICUT LIGHT AND POWER CO. Make the certificate out in the name of (NN) HOW MUCH IS 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 $ 595.00 714.00 892,50 1,190.00 1,487.50 1,785.00 2,082.50 $2.70 3.25 4.06 5.42 6.77 8.12 9.48 Name Street Why Not Buy Enough Shares of THE CONNECTICUT LIGHT AN'D POWER CO. to Have The Dividends Pay YOUR Electric Bill? Town or City Bill me: Name Street Town or City PUTNAM & CO, 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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