FAGK li—NAUGATUCK NKWS (CONN.), -WEnNKSHAY. NOV. :i(». IIM»i What's Doing In Naugatuck Wednesday. November SO Meeting of Wornans Society of Chrisicin Service, Methodist church hall, officers meet lit 7 p. m. rcg- ul:ir soMsinn, 8 ,j>. m. Monthly meeting of The Playmak- er.f, St. Michael's parish house, pot luck supper. 0:30 p. m., meeting, 8 p. m. Ref.-ulri7- meeting, Prorapect street school Parent-Teacher asaociation, 8 p. a. Thursday, December 1 IlcfjTiliir meeting Kvcrjfreen chap- •P'.cr, Order of Eastern Star, Ma- .scnic Temple, 8 p. m 1 . Mectin? of N.-iiigaturk W.ley TVt;iohrnent. Marine Corp.* I,CH- frue. Odd Fellown hall, 8 p. m. Friday, Dec. 2 Regular meeting, Sarah Rogers ch:iru-r. DAP.. William- ChiUemlen hi.me Fair-view avenue, 2 p. m. Men's Chorus concert. High school auditorium. 8 p. m. Meeting o f Liulios' auxiliary of X.-iugatuck Valley Detachment, Marine Corps League, Odd Fellows hall. 8 p. m. Christmas Bazaar, sponsored by Friendship Circle of Immanuei Lutheran church at the church, 7:30 p. m. Food Sale. Brennan's Store, 10 a. m.. Sponsored by Glendale Manor Community Club. Saturday, Dec. 3 Jeff KJub dance, American Brass Country club. Square dancing, open to the public. Lewis Memorial hall, St. Michael's parish house, 8 p. m. I Sunday, Dec. 4 Memorial service of Naugatuck Lodge of Klk.s, Elks' room, Nuary building, 8 p. m. St. Francis' Holy Name Society Forum, Rev. Benjamin Manse, S. J., speaker, 8 p. m., St. Fennels' School hall. Vesper service fit Evergreen chapter, Order of Eastern Star, Methodist church, •! p. m. Monday, Dccrniber 5 Meeting of West Sidu Community club, Hop Brook achool auditorium, 8 p. ir. Tuesday, DRcranlior « Card party, sponsored by the Children of Mary Sociality of St. Hcdwig'B church, Falcon hall, School street, 8 p. m. Thursday, Dec. 8 Christmas t purty nnd meeting of Central avenue school Parent- Teacher association, at .school, 8 p. m. Christmas ba/aar and public supper, Evergreen chapter. Order of Eastern Star, Masonic Tomple, bazaar opens 1 p .m,.,, supper, 5 to 7 p. m. Friday, Deceinl>cr » Junior Chtumbar of Commerce dance, Odd Fcllow.3' hall, from 0 p. m. to 1 a. m. Tuesday, December IS Regular dinner-mooting of the Junior Chamber of Commer.-.e, Annenbcrg's restaurant, Park Place, 0:15 p. m. Sunday, December 18 Tea for parents and teachers, Central avenue school, Z to 5 p. m. WHAT»S BETTER FOR CHRISTMAS? Than A Clothes Washer We Have BENDIX, HOTPOINT, EASY, MAYTAG UNIVERSAL, THOR AUTOMAGIC, and AUTOMATIC. We Have the Reindeer to Deliver Them. • EASY TERMS • -™r ,^ OPEN WED. AND TIIUBS. EVENINGS CONN. FUEL-GAS CORP. WATEHBUBY ROAD. WATEBTOWN, PHONE 275 Presidential Palace During Panama Coup -• m^mfman^m^anaxuKafimfliii,^.. •„.. ..™ ,, _ "•"•Kin* «» utfinpt by ousted I'anama ITenldent cum,,, chanln t» r,, B aln hi. office mnro I n>sldfii(.|iil (.iiuril Miami wlt.li drawn weapons r>,,< H l<lc UK- palace In Panama City. The National roll™ In <><««*'"<;. CliaiilH, replaced him with IJr. Armilft> ArhiM who wan roinovod from the FrcHld.-ncy )„ HM1 At rlicht <,)miii« Nlmkos hands with *mnu of Ills /ollowcrH prior to making an attempt to retain the I'resl- dcniiiil 1'ulnra. They »ver,, turned back by police , K ii n rir«(. One child WBB killed »nd 11 pcr»on» were wounded. (International) NEW CONTRACT FOR KAISER-FRAZER i" T."l x 1 k. 1 Navy Commander Talks To Seniors Two nsBcm'bUos were held at Naugatuck High school yesterday, onfc for Bonior fflrls and Uie othor for senior boys, according' to Principal Raymond K. Folcy. MJ-H. Lyd'la Ollddon, a fluid rcipro- .-a'ntaUvo of the Flsihor Secretarial School, of Boston, addresnod the girls, speaking- on tha advantages offered by the school. Sh e wan lo- ti'odxicod by Barbara McCarthy, Commander Thomas J. Piper, officer In charge of the Naval Rc- tmrvc Training center, Watofbury, ndttrenaod the aenlor boy«, lolling of thn advantages offered by th-3 reserve. He was Introduced by Anthony Mlelo. Mezzio's Offers:— O«mple*r Brftkc ftarvioe. tfb*0i Alltm* 5"!, 1 ?* «*"' »""•«•«. *r»*» mat B^lrlof, BudlktOT lt*Tcri» Flaihlif, CKAIRMAN OF THE BOARD of tho Knlser-Fiazer Corp., Henry J. Raise* (left) looks on at Willow Run, Mich., as Walter P. Rcuthcr, U.A.W., C.I.O; i International president, signs agreement covering workers at K-F Michigan plants nt Willow Run, Detroit, Adrian and Dowagiac. Now contract provides health benefits, lifo Insurance and an employee retirement fund •Imilnr to that adopted bv thn sir Indimtrv. (International Saundnhota) coin Jtmlor Higih school, Merlden, in connection with a program of the SUite .Department of I 7 'ducn.- ilon, it was announced today by Principal Raymond K. Foloy. Mi.,-3 Jolm.son is serving with a .sub-committee which in evaluating tlio HclHJor.s 'buHlnesa department, Mr. Foluy said. Ml VoM MEZZKTS PfclVB. TBK, <»7» Six New Diabetes Cases Detected In Recent Local Tests Six new cn.MCH of rllabctoM were discovered i n !?au,?a.tuck from tt'wtH taken during' Diabetic Dc- toction Week, Oct. 16 to 22, according- to a report Issued today by Dr. Willinm E. Hill, Now Haven county chairman. A total of 489 testa were matta in Naug-nitueh during the campaign. Of tho numlbor tested, 25 were found to bo positive, 'with 10 of thin number having been detected prior to the testing, Of the 3,874 tested in New Haven county towns, a total of 121 positive COHCS wore found, with 100 being now diabetics. 05 FOOT TKM38COPK The telescope tube of the 200 Inch Ml. Palomcr telescope la 05 feet long. MIXMASTIR WK AJ,SO OFFER HAMILTON-BKACII GKNEBAl yOLECTlUC UNIVERSAL DO1UVTKTEB BUY KABLY VSR OUB CONVBNIKNT ; LAY-AWAY WJ%N PAY !J1 A WKKK i LINCOLN STORE 61 WEST MAIN ST. PHdNB 6-2268 Better Business Club Progresses Last year thn bu*!nei?» studcnta of Naugatuck High School organized a. club called The Better Bu«l- ncBn Club, under tho direction of Miss Martha J6hnuon. Tho Council of roprc«ontatlvcs from each b'uslncs* cliujs holdfl meetings every other Tuesday to dlscuns plant! and give the club a ulrong future. A Constitution was drawn up lagt year which controls tho club very well and ipjans bi-monthly an«cm- blles for the entire club of 240 members, A newspaper Is now published every second month. "The B. B. C. Spotlight." Much, work IB put Into It although few realize that, and has now greatly Increased In nlzo and i« more SntereBtlng iu» ihc monlhw go \jy. tjtudenu Improve the new»pnpcr in more way» than one with the help of their advisers. They seem to know that trie printing of a nirvfapnper require* much skill and they try to pn»- HIIHS this. After ivartins one i»«uc mnny look forward ( 0 nnflrtK 'hf othorii, which HhoWK that they do enjoy and appreciate them Immemely. These xtudents who put their heart | t ,t 0 thin work ore <i<'«rrvlnir of much credit. Oeo. Wigglesworth ft JJon, Tno rLUMBINO, HEATING Mid AIB CONDITIONING MAPLE 8TKEET tt Hour OH Burner Herrtc* TEI> CMS For Your Convenience OUR TYDOL GASOLINE STATION On Church Street Is NOW OPEN From 7 A. M. to 10:30 P. M. Monday Through Saturday and from 8 A. M. to 1 P. M. on Sunday Ford for " 50 Ways Finer A1 Used Cars Many Bargains The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 87 Church St. Phone 5236 Miss Johnson Serves In School Study Miss Martha John.von. chalrm.nn of thp Naugatuck High school business rti'p.-irtmrnt, Is serving on n rommittfc which In evaluating Lin- Santa's loading his sack at... What Boy wouldn't like an Erector Set or dther building toy of this type. Shop here and win a new Ford Car valued at $1800 being- given away by the Naugatuck Retail Merchants Bureau. Coupons FREE with every $1.00 purchase, cash, charge or paid on account. Wouldn't the Little Lady like a Doll Carriage? She has been asking about one you know. Gans Inc. has plenty of Dolls, Teddy Bears and various toys of all kinds. For the sports minded boy, there are baseball, Softball, tennis, fishing and other equipment. Also sleus, skiis, skates, etc. Remember your first Roller Skates. We have plenty to suit every need. How about that Electric Train this Christmas? GANS, Inc. MAPLE STREET NAUGATUCK GETS A PROMPT RESPONSE Baby's crying gets answered quickly ... and so do telephones, usually. But sometimes the person you're calling is upstairs or out in the yard. She may not hear your ring right away. Please give her a reasonable length of time to answer. Then you'll save calling again and she'll thank you for giving her time to reach the telephone. How many calls today? Count your calls ... from members of your family . . . from your neighbors . . . from your friends. Surprising, isn't ir, bow they add up? Now add in the calls you made! Yes, it's true your telephone gives you great value, coming and going. Operator helps get aid to stricken girl Suppose you received this message from a far-off country: "Please send 60 grains of streptomycin to your 19-year-old niece who is deathly ill." What would you do? That message came to a New Haven man recently from Russia, He turned for help to his friend, Milton Kornman, who took the story to one of our operators. It was a week-end. The operator tried several Russian offices in New York and Washington without success, finally located a re- sponsible official of the Russian Embassy and helped persuade him to act. He told Mr. Kornman how to send the drug. Not until Mr. Kornman wrote the telephone company praising the operator—Mrs. Frances Matthews —did he discover that they were West Haven neighbors. As good neighbors, telephone operators always give "something extra" to their jobs, especially in emergencies. It's a tradition with telephone people everywhere. THE SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE ... - J "Owned and operated by and for Connecticut people since 1882."
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