Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 6, 1949 · Page 1
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Santa Claus Coming To Naugatuck In Airplane December 15th Today's Chuckle Fioridian (picking up a melon): "Is IhJs the largest apple you can ITTOW in your State?" California/I: "Stop fingering that " —The Outlook. Dedicated To Community Public Service' VOL. LXTV, NO. 285 Lyskiewicz Heads West Side Club Of fioers Elected Last Night To Be • Seated In January Walter Lyskiewicz was elected president of the West Side Community Club, at the annual meeting last night in Hop Brook School auditorium. Lysklcwlcv. Huceccds Malcolm H. Wilson. Kenneth Johnson was elected vice-president; Edward Migono, treasurer, nnd Mrs. Hnrry McGln- nla, Bccret-ary. New directors include retiring President Wilson. Osslc Tower, Ant h o n y Mariano. Mrs. KlngHley French and Charles Smith. The new officers will assume their duties following installation in January. Plan« for n community curol sing for children of the Glcnridge area were made. Under direction of Mrs. George HIscrt. it will he held nt •! o'clock .Sunday nfternoon, Dec. 18, and ail children of the »rea are Invited to participate. Mrs. Hisert :uiid she had invited Santa Claus to include tho even*, in his pro-holidays rounds if It la possible. ESTABLISHED 1885 W B A T H E B Mostly fair, rather windy with a few scattered snow flurries this nfternoon. Fair and continued cold tonight, the low between 10 und 15. Tormorrow. increasing cloudiness and continued cold followed by «now hi-glnnlng In the afternoon TKMI'EIIATLHK HKI'OKT Midnight. HO; 3 a. m., 27; u u. m.. 2(1; !) a m., 32 no«n. 32. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1949 Leased Wire Service of the United Prem 10 PAGES PEICE FIVE CENTS Peter Hall, 91, Former Burgess, Taken By Death Peter Mali. 91. of 55 City Hill street, a former borough burgess. died early today at his home after a long Illness. A native of Kent, Conn., Mr. Hall was born March 27. 1858, me •on of the late Curtlss and I.x>i« (Barton) Hall. He was employe:! at the U. S. Rubber Co. until his retirement in 1930 at the age of 72. Mr. Hall waa an honorary trustee of the Naugatuck Methodist Church, having served as a tru:i- t«e several years ago. Ho was aUo a former member of the Knlgh!:i of Pythias, and was active for many years In affairs of the Methodist Church. As a burgCBs. Mr. Hall serve,1 from 1916 to 1921 under Wardens Howard B. Tuftlc. John J. Car loll and John McDonough. Mr. Hall Is survived by a Kon, George L.. Hall, NaugatuBk; thro? granddaughters. Mrs. Dorothy Hol- lls and Mrs. Arthur Nauges, bo'h of Naugntuck, and Mrs. Edw.xrd MhcConnle. Seymour; and sir. grcat-grundchildren. Funeral services •will be hod Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock ;U the Alder-son Funeral Homo. 201 Meadow strcot, with Iho Rrv/. Matthew Gates, minister of the Methodist Church olJficiati'iK. Burial will be in Grove Cemetery. Friends may call at the fun-u-nl home tomorow afternoon and evening from 3 to 5 and from 7 to t» o'clock. Escapes Serious Injury When Struck Eight-year-old Sandra Bonvicini, New Harwlnton road. Torrington, escaped serious Injury yesterday afternoon when struck by a car whose driver is identified,' by police as Justine O'Donnell, 32 Frederick street. Naugatuck. The girl sustained a slightly bruised right knee •when police said, she darted into Main street and was struck. VS MEN The Y's Men's Club will hold n regular dinner meeting this e—>- ning at 6:30 o'clock in the YMCA cnfeteria. President Bradford E. Smith will preside at the buslncua »e»slon. State Trooper Edward Dooling of Naugatuck. attached to tho Bethany Barracks, will be the guest speaker. * Boy From Ireland Finds A Home Sharing their Joy, Michael Lelolu (left), 3, and hid coiiHlii by adoption, Jimmy (Tony) Murkoy. ,">, aro shown In tin- l.clola home In Newark, N. J. The Markoy boy who liiul Just arrived from air orphanage In >nv lund, wa» brought lo tills country for adoption by Mr. mid Mr». W. King 1'rlor of iefformin City, Mo. Tin- I'rlorH heard about Tony, :'rom u iirlRiibor's adopted son who bad lived with thus boy in ibe i.rphunaKC and c-ncli night prayed that (hey miuht be together .igalii. (Intd) National Guard Given Deed For Land At Meadowbrook Bids To Be Asked For Construction Of $50,000 Garage A warranty deed convoying ll/lfi acres of property on Rubber avenue, owned by the borough, to the State of Connecticut, was record'-vl yci'lerdoy afternoon in the otfi'jf of Town .Clerk Raymond ,1. K'. John. Tht land, located on tho rioulh- 'veat corner of Meadowbrook Farm property, will be the site for the projocled National Guard ( gara^n, and future armory. Officials representing Brig. Uen. Joseph P. Nolan of tho CNG, -ATMO in Naugntuck ye.Htordiiy after-noon lo I'ncord tiro triuiruicllnn, wblc'j showed final approval of the liinrl by the state. Army engineers will bo eont-ir'- cd nguln by the CNG, find adver- llHing for bkln will Hlart Immo II- utely. Bidders aro given thr—- weeks In whltih to mrbmlt for the $50.000 garagi!, and about two weeks Is required to study Lnc b:dt>. Although n deadline of Dec. :il has been set as tho date when tho pi'ojocl nhould be under cunti'uct, uon. Nolan already-has received permission for a llmo extension If necessary. The deed shows the following measurements of tho property: ISQ (net southerly on Rubber nvonui!; 3(J5 foot moro or- IOHH westerly ur t of Raymond E. Bird; 700 f. et northerly on borough Hind; ",75 feet more or loss easterly on borough land; 3(iO ft-ol more or IUSH op land of Walter Slwanowic/-. 1'racy Noblo, Walter and Bornadine Nolson; 89 foot easterly on Nelson property. Order Of DeMoIay To Meet Wednesday Carl IS. Bovay. master councilor if tho Arthur F. Lewis Chapter. Order of DeMolay, announced to- 'Jay that n regular meeting of tho :haptvt- will !><• held Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock in Masonic Temple. Following the mooting there will bv a rchcnrsul of tho inltin- Uiry degree und-jr tho direction of Warren Winterhalder, ritual ad•Isor. All officers and preceptors arc asked to bo present. Letter From Santa Claus The North Pole Dear Children. As the wind howled around Santa Claus Lodge here at the North Pole IP.SI night. Mother Claus and I made plans for the elvos' Christmas. Every year we givp them pre-s«nt» early Christmas morning after I have put nli tho reindeer back in tho "barn for 1 a good long rest. The lilvi-s and Mother Claus are alwav— waiting for mo to find out about my Christmas Evo visits to all of you children all over the world. Then they look around, and sure enough, there along tho mantle ri'-<:e 1« a row of tiny colored stockings. And they are just bulking with Christmas surprises. That is Mothor Claus' job. Each year she nils the elves' stockings while they arc fast asleep. Then when I get home, we arc ready —Pr>p»r<- now lor lh« kollilur party »ra»n«. I'nil "Hill OMak-n-xki r» |i-|. Ctty PackBie Wort. T«l. <8»J-A(lT. Tor the KK-es ChrUt.m/iH party. Last year wo gave each oni' a golden thimble to use as a drinking cmp. I think mnyho Ibis year we'll give each one IL new trundle bod, piling thorn under 1hc trui-. But their stockings will bo filled with i'lf x'm<d goodlos, nnd a. toy horn ;ipli-fo. I)o y,,,, Uiink they will like that? Love, SANTA CL,AT:S P. S. — Here's tho word you've been waiting for. I've just. ' made, arrangements with tho Nrnigninek NCWK lo land my helicopter In NaugaLu'Kk the afternoon of Thursday. Doc. 15. Watch The News for complete details. Love, SANTA CLAUS. Boys'Basketball League Formation To Be Discussed Further plans for n boys' basketball league will bo disouusod at a mooting tonight under tho sponsorship of the Naugatuf.'k Y'H Men's Club, to which 12 fraternal, service and voter anu organ Izutlonu ha%'e boon invited. The mooting will bu hold at 8:15 oVloc:k In the YMCA. The basketball league, n.s proposed by tho Y's Men's Club, will j bo open lo boys from 10 to 13 yearn of nge. The IciifrU" would of iiliilit litaniH arid would j.rovlde orgunl/od and supervised ifnitipetlllon for tho yountf.ilera. All boyji, \vlH'(ln;r YMCA. members or not, v/otilil bn ollgibln to com,Ksto. All i/aimon would b (! played (jn the Y court. Org-inixalions Invltod to semi •opre.Hontntivos to the .nieetlrig arc: the Hearun Valley Grange, Odd Follows. Eagles, Naugatuck Valley Detachment, Marino Corp« League, Hhuplicrd I.xjdge, Masonu, Klk.i, Exolmngc Clul), Uutnry Club, American Legion, Juniin- Chamber of Commerce, Salem Lodge, find tho Knights, of Columbus. Bradford E. Smith, probldcnl of the Y's Men's Club, will preside at tho meeting. Clayton Fellows Suffers Frost-Bite, Monoxide Poisoning Clayton Fellows, 40, oil !>OI North Main Hlrvrt wan admitted to SI. Mnry'H Horwilnl early this morn- Ing for treatment of frostbite of tho foot nnd a mild case of i:ar- bon-rr.onoxlde poisoning. He wan .'irlmltled shortly -arte.r 4 o'clock, nccirding to hospital atithoritl':.-',. Attaches at tho hospital re/port that Mr. Fellows wa.H found seated in bin car- with tho motor and hcntor running. They suicl ho ro- ported being nold ami stopped hl« rr>i- n.nd -turned on the lioat.u-. H<was takon to the hon|jll;i| i n » Wiiterbury tuxl affor being found in the Ciir- on Mnriden road, lios- Snow Flurries Snow .started falling jit 11 :.'>0 o'clock this morning as tho tnm pornture dropped from n rnM- mnrnlng high of 37 dogreas down l.o a freezing 32 rlegrooH. Although enough .inow fell to rnvrr I he ground where !<:<, IHII! formed after Friday's Know slo.-m, l!i(' fiirrlos ended at noon. Overcast Hklos Indicated that other flurries might follow during Hie nf;. Births HICf, Watei'bury Hospilnl, Nov. 211, u won and first child, to Mr, and Mrn. Frodorlck Dren- Hcl, .lowelry ritroot. Walerbury. MrM. DroHscl is tho formor I 3 aul- Ino Yarosh. Maternal grandparents lire Mr. and MI-H. Michael Yai'osh, Diamond .street. —CJrowlriK ••hllilrrn n, n| H .,| (),-,.,,( ..".. *»"» l»'»«""l'l!!"ll IHllH. OUll N.IU,.. •Oil lor ilollvory—Ailv. 1-ISHER - SI. Mary's Hosp'tat. Dec. C, a son to Mr. nnd Mrs. Bruro Fisher, S2 Svoa Mm. Fisher IH the former l£ lyn Sweet. Buckmaster Dismisses McKenzie Four members of the Canadian staff of the United Rubber Workers of America. CIO, have been fllHinlnsod by General Prenldanl L. .-i. BuelcmiiHtcr. Tho action is believed by union officials In Toronto <> bo a reprisal move by Buck- nriHter. Last week P. J, Galluccl, 47 Arch itroet, was dlsmiHseii by Buckmas- r as Hold representative for Dlti- i-lrl Two. Joseph McKunzto, Canadian dlr- ielor, and three members of his tuff, Alfred MuMtln, field repre- enlntlvo; William England, fldd eprcHcnlative and Allen Porter, ro- oarch director, were fired In yos- nrday'M action. lioth Mo.Keny.lo and Mr. Gallucci, H mombora of tho general oxocu- ivc board, last spring voted to suspend BunkmaHlor. Ho was roinHtat- •<l at the annual convention In Toronto in September. McKenzle stated, "Wo have bcon lIxmlMxod . . , with no apparent re- ;nrd for the seniority protection 'or staff members contained In our lonKtitution." He said that he was .mahle to accept Buckmaster's itatcrnent that his services and those if his staff were unsatisfactory bo- :aune no previous complaint had wen made by the president. Community Club Plans Open House Beacon Falls (Corn-NpomlenfN I'hone 6743) A variety show, of local talent, ping-pong exhibitions by members of the Waterbury Boys' Club and refreshments, will be among tho fea- luros of .the Opon House party of the Beacon Falls Community Club tomorrow night at the club, Presl- Jent Wilfred Swan announced today. Among recreational facilities In the club at this time aro a pool 'nblo, billiard tiibln, four ping-pong Lublon and a shuffle-board. Arrangements aru being mada by tho club to havn the home np«n afternoons for school children, with Raymond Jones and other adult volunteers to be in charge. Tho sports equipment was obtained by tho club from tin; U.S. Rubber Co., Mr. Swan Halt). It Is planned In the nenr future to have candy, soda nnd other rc- fi-RHhmunlH availably to children and other club members. At proii- i-nl. the <;lub has weekly Friday night dances and Tuesday night bingo parties, and several out-of- town groups have engaged the club for parties. Members of the club cater for the parties. All residents of the town, and all thoHf- working In town but living olmiwhore, nr u invltod to join, Mr. Hwun said. A nominal membership foe is charged to cover membership of the; entire family. The club is seeking both children and adults as members. More than 100 persons now belong to the community club Mr. Swan said, and it is hoped to double that figure soon. Improving Harry Lobdell, Maple uvonuo. who recently underwent surgery at W.a- torbury Hospital, Is reported improving. Mr. Lobdell Is superintendent of tho Sunday school of Unlt- od Church. Return Homo Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mis have returned from a wedding trip to the South and aro now occupying their now home on Feldspar Avenue. Bo- I'oro tier recent marriage In St. Jo- toi'h'H Church, Ansonla, Mrs. Ml« was Helen Louise Kuczynakl. ChrlNlmiiH I'nrty Plans for tho annual Christmas Party, to be held Dec. 17. with members of the Schaefcr-Fishor Post as ;ucKt.-:, will be completed at a meeting of the auxiliary, Wednesday night, at 8 o'clock in the Legion Hail, Mrs. Mary Trzaski Is general chairman of arrangements. Mcm- bin-H of her committee will be an- .louncod. Democrats Win In Willimantic, Putnam In biennial eloctlonw hold ycs- leriliiy In Wllllmfintlc and Putnam, Democrats retained control In both places. Tho mai^ln In Wl- llmanlie wits about 50O, and in Put mini It ran abovo (MX). Florlmond .7. Bergeron, (D), defeated his Republican opponent, Robert A. Hannn, to become mayor of Willimantic. Tho mayor also IM a representative, to tho Legislature from tho town of Wlndham. John N. Dcmnsoy, Democrat, was ro-clppfed mayor of Putnum by rofoatlng EdKnr J. Labonto, Republican. Little League Defends Two Directors McGrath, Dillon Commended, Asked To Retain Offices The Board of DlrcctoH of 'ho Peler J. Folcy Little League, by urmnlmouH action, has commended Thomas J. Dillon and Edward T. KcGrnth for tholr acllvltlo.H In be- hair of the loagvio, und have ut'ksoj thorn to conllnue an mombcrH ijf tne Board of Directors. Mr. Dillon and McGrath had sti'>- mltted tholr resignation!) aw directors at n meeting last week, after Second Ward BurgoHH WMIU.m J. llado had crltlel/.trd tho fact, that out-of-town residents were serving on tho board. Tho board vo'.nd mianirnnuHly to rojoct tho roslgmi- TJolh employeH of tho U. B. Rubber Co., they are residents of Wn- lerbury. They have beeni sent, a letter '.ly the league's board of directors, in- fotmlng them of the decision arid urging them to continue In their pi caont capacities. Txrttcr Of Support The letter Ir, an follows: "The directors of the Peter 'Foloy Little League, by unanimous action, wlnh to Infom you that r«. gordloH.'i of Hlatemnnts sublocUiij,' you lo QinbarrnHMmont by Wllllui/i J. Kudo, the league bollevcH that the charges are unfair and untrue. It In bellovod by tho league that you both havo worked for tho youth of Naugatuck as directors— ab well as any and bettor than many. "Thee has been no manifestation of prejudice and sclfUhnoBH In any of your contacts with the League, regardloaa of public statements to the contrary by Mr. Rado. Wo fuel tuat these statements aro unjmiti- flublo reflections upon you both personally, an well a»sa reflncticn upon on organization which ban attempted to obtain it» directors tho best men poBslblo in admlnls- tatlve ability. open-mlndedno-w, fair play and Interest in the youfli of Nuugatuck. "We hope, in view of our personal knowledge of your contribution to tho miccoNH of tho Pot or ,T. Foloy Llttlo League In Its fir/:! your of operation, that you viM not permit ridiculous statements involving personalities and tho Llt- llo League to doter or discourage you from further support and participation as dlrector-B. ''The above statemcntu represent the unanimous sontlmontH of tho officers and directors of tho Fetor J. Foley Llttlo League." Naval Reservist Local Rotary Club Speaker Tomorrow Commander Charles R. Crouch, United States Naval Reserve, who Is connected with the Equity Paper Co., Bridgeport, will be guost speaker tomorrow noon at the weekly luncheon meeting of the Naugatuck notary cVub at 12:10 o'clock In the Y. M. C. A. HlB subject, will be, Tho Fleet That. Came to Stay, and ho will show the official Navy film of tho battle of Okinawa. Tho program will bo presented on Dec. 7, the anniversary of the Japanese sneak attack on Pearl Harbor. The joint meeting of tho Rotary club and Naugatuck Exchange club will be hold Thursday evening Dec. IB at 6:30 o'clock In St. Michael's parish house, Leo Golden of West Hartford, former director of Rotary International, will bo a guest speaker. Odd Fellows Get 50-Year Jewels Four members of Lodge. No. 100, IOOF, were presented 50-year Jewels last night .'it u meeting of tho lodge In Odd F( 1- lows hall. Those receiving tho pins woro William T. Tltloy, Ooorg-) !,. I'acker, Charles W. Houseknechl and Goorgo Hotchklss. Tho annual I-jidies 1 Night program was hold last night. Durlnir i- brief business mooting first nomination of officers was hold. A pi ogram of mimic and dancing c >ri- cmdi.-d tho evening's activlllaa. Evening Knitting Class Postponed Mrs, Gertrude M. Madlgan, adiiW education director, announced today that tho evening school knit- tin gr cl:iss, scheduled for this evening In the Tuttle School. hu,a been cancelled duo to lUncua of tho Instructor Tho clas.i will bo hold next woolc as schodulod, Mr». Madlgan said. Retracts Red Stand Pastor of tho Vormin, Mich., Con- K •I'JClitlonal Church, i.lm Hev. Al- Ix'trt Kunffinan (above) IIUN d«- elured he would upologlze 1'rom the pulpit for it letter In which he allegedly xympathlzed with Soviet ItilHHla. Members of. the American I-cglon and other patriotic organizations hod objected to thn statement* In :t letter he wrote, to a magazine. (International Soundphoto) Union City Parents Asked To Obtain Xmas Party Tickets Richard Kolloy, president of tho Union City Community Club an- aounccd today that some tickets for the Christmas party for Union City children, to be held Due. 18 In St. Mary's Church hall, are still available. They may be obtained evo- nlngs from 7 to 8 o'clock lit the Corner Canteen and at Frunli'a Confectionary, until Thursday evening. Parents mudt call for tho tick- ots. Mr. Kclley said. None will bo given to children. Final plans for tho party were made at a mooting of the club last night In tho Polish-American Club, riio party will i>t«rt at 2 o'clock .hu afternoon of Heo. 18. Stxnta ClaiiH has Informed the club that lie will bo present -to distribute gifts to the children. Tho nlto committiia for tho new Union City Llttlo League reported on po.iMlhlo sites for tho league stadium. League Chairman Thomas Ratklowlch reported that the committee would meet Thursday night nt 8 o'clock with memboru of St. Gi!orj.;e'n Lithuanian Society to dlB- 'UIHH thu poMMlblllUoM of obtaining a portion of Linden Park for the stadium. Local Resident's Daughter Dies In New Haven Mrs. George C. Seymour, daughter of Mrs. W. S. Blakninan rmrl l.ho late Mr. Blakomnn, 108 C'.'ff -troot. died suddenly yuntordny at Imr homo, <IO Wall Ktroet, New Irli.) Von. BosltloH her mother nho Is survived by her husband, a daughter, Mrs. John J. Clark. El Paso, Texas; two sons. Harrison V. Hurl- mn-t, Kl Paso, and John H, Hurl- burl, Manhatlon, Kuns., and n sia- tf.r, Mrs. Samuel L. Plorce, Nauga- tnck. Private funeral services will be :ield tomorrow nflnrnoon at 2 o'clock at (tho £5ox, Sinjlth ar.d Cilmmln Funeral Home, 1287 Chapel streot, Now Haven, Tim ftov. Wlnfrud B. l.juighornt, roulor uf St. MIchaol'H Episcopal Clniroli, Nuugatuck. will officiate and buri- .11 will bo In Now Haven. Friondu aro ualcod to peauo omit flowoi'M. Woodmen Of World Elect Thursday New officers of Cam)) 81, Woodmen of tho World, will be elected •it tho annual meeting Thursday night at 8 o'clock In Odd Follows Hull, it was announced today by William Knitter. PVOHH correspondent. Francis Moss Is present com- inandnr of tho camp. After tho ulnctlori, plruiH will bo cllscuBHed for the annual ClirJnlma» party to bo held Sundfiy afternoon In tho hull. Commander Moss asks 'ill members to attend Thursday's meeting. Hospital Bulletins Stophon Martin, 1)4 Svea avonu-; :ias bonn discharged from St Mary's Hospital. Mrs. Dominic Torsicllo, 59 Spring street, is a medical patient at St Mary's Hospital. NEWS Completes Arrangements For Helicopter Trip Around The World In Brief (By United RADAR TO RUSSIA Now Yorlt Oeorgo Raccy Jor oan wild ho removed secret American radar equipment from four transports bound for Russia In 1(M3. Tho former Air Fovco major says a fifth plane containing the equipment eluded him and flow to Moscow. ------- oOo ---BAD FAITH Washington — Tho CIO com- rnunicutionN workers union b;i« ncntiiMM) thn American Tnlitphom? und T<-lr(fni|)h Co. und 18 Bell KUlmldlnrlKH formally of Iwul fuilli in bargaining. Tim union com- platniMl to the Niitlonul Ijibnr Kiihitioim Bourd tlutt thn company vIoluiUxl thn Taft^Ilurtlcy Law by ralNlng pennionit without Uin union. - ..... oOo ---- ]V«w Hltitnr HID iim« m r«»<l.v your llrlvi. In )„ n irTtiK. rvi. In )„ K r | f Motors, 1181) llulitiur Ayo.— Ail». Key Wo«t, Florida — Prcwldent Truman han diM'Idixl to wait mill) Congnwrn nk«»U again In .Ian- nary hcfore naming a new chairman of thn Atomic Energy Com- mlNHlon. An announcomont from thn prnNldontlal vacation ttpot «x- pluliiH that tho resigning David I.HIcnthiU how agreed to »t«y on tho Jnb br-yond January, If n«<v — — oOo -- COAI, DISPUTE New York — Two coal operators, one Northern and one Southern — have mot Bocrotly to map ways for ending the soft coal dispute. The owners wore brought togeth- <ir In Now York by railroad oxo- diiUvi) Robert Young, who w/intN to get hlH-coul carriers back Into full operation. No union representatives attended thin meeting but John L. I/owls was meeting at tho same tinio with hard coal operators. * -- oOo ---- TXWKK TAXKS Wellington, N.-w Xcolund — Thn Inromlng coiiMervatlvn prime minister of N<!W Z<:alarul. Sidney Holland, MtyM ho will order lower taxtw and it noonl In |>eimloiiN when ho take* office next week. Holland'* Nationalist purty de- fvateil thn 11-year-old Labor ifov- ununont a w<*;k ago. - oOo FINED Washington — Sovon Marshall Plan nations, Including Britain and tho low countries, huvo been fined $30,000,000 for falling to ship tho required amount of cargo In United States shops. Under tho Recovery Act, Marshall Plan countries have to ship half the recovery goods to and from this country In our ships. ------ oOo ------- WOMKN OF VKAR Cambridge, MOHK. — The Haty Pudding Club of Harvard fnlvorxlty hu* named Siiunimn DoiiglaR, daughter of the Amor- lean Ambim-iiulor to Knglund, IM "Woman of thn Yisar." Tho Club «ay* — by elvlng- young- mid titled BiiRllHhincn a charming example of tho American way of lif«, Miss IXxigloM haw dom- more for Intornutlonol good-will than many a diplomat fully equipped with portfolio and »trl- I«'d imnlH." ----- oOo -------- ST/U^WCD Now Yorw — Russia has stalled MoKotlations on tho nciirly- compl«tad Auxtrlan Peace treaty pending the settlement of talks between hoi and Auntrln on n- nancla] Is-aues. Negotiations will coirtlnuo In N«w York today, .though delegates sec little hope of getting anywhere. ...... — oOo--- ..... ATOM 8TRIKK NaHhvlllc, 'it-ua — A »trlk« of building worker* at thn Oak Rldgn atomic plant hai* npriuul in the national liU>oratory iuid to lioiiHlnK projocU undnr eonnlnie- tlon. Tim original walkout by nomn 2BI) Hti<amflt«4>rH. triirk drlv- «r« a n d, prot^Hl^d agalriNt non-union labor on another Oak HldKO job. Santa To Arrive In Footwear Parking Lot Next Week Santa Clau« is going to do it again! The Naugnluck News today completed arrungi-rnvnlH f«r 1b« inorry old Christmas figure to land hlr helicopter in Naugatuck. JUH: as he did for thn firm, time In the borough's history last yenr. Th« big hpllcopter will drop int«. tne U. S. Rubber Co. parking lot in Church ntrr-nt at exactly S IT, I', m. Tluirnduy, Doc. IS. And when husky, hearty San'ii Ctaus climbs out of the piano he'K 00 onrryinK a bug of gifts for Naugutuck yoiingstors. More tlmn 2 500 children rind adults crowded hurch street for the landing !.i.«t >enr. At leant that many, and n.uiy more, arc expected to bi- present for the Doc. 15 visit. Thursday Is religious instruction day for the school children of Naugatuck. But through the coop.- T.- tion of the clergy In charge of the Instructions in all denominations, find tho nchool department, all -M;. ilion will be rolcawed from Instructions and from school in time lo 3oc Santa Claus land. Permission to land the helicopter i the parking lot IHIM been grnntej by tho U. S. Rubber Co Sant-i Claus, in his dally Jeltor to 'i b- News, nttld today that he defln<to:y would make the trip from I lie North Polo. Ho will also appear nt The Ncws-Salem Playhouse thoato- rty two days later. Dec. IT. Warden Hurry I,. Carter ha» agreed to serve on tho reccntlon c:ommlttec for the helicopter land«. Several other outntandlng bor- oughlten will be on hand to extend official welcome to Snnta when ; \e stf:i>s from his plane, grinning ar.J beaming as u«ual, after bin IH-, (rom tho North Pole. It's going to bo a great doy for tho kids, and for adults as well. Check that calendar today — don't rnako any other daten. Santa wantn you to meet him Thurwday «lternoon, Deo. 15, on Church street. Woodbury High School "Worst In Connecticut" Woodbury. Dec. 6—(UP) — Tho Woodbury High school is the "wornt in the Connecticut." according to tho State Education department. This evaluation is made In a department report which recommends that the frame structure be demolished as soon as possible, not later than tho summor of 1952. A department official says a patch-up job will not bo enough to remove what ho describes as serious fire and sanitary hazards. The official adds, however, that Woodbury High has done a good job educating Its students, despite the handicap of inadequate facilities. Deaths r, 91, of 50 City Hill stroot Naugatuck. in this borough, Doc. 6, 3848. Funeral Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at tho Alderson Funeral Home. 201 Meadow street. Burial in Grove Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral homo tomorrow afternoon and evening from 3 to 5 and from 7 to 9 o'clock. Tlio Yount; Ciirpcnlcr SHOPPING DAYS TILL CHRISTMAS , Hurry up and do ill 16 dayi lo buy. Aunt Malltda'i p*rfum«— _ Unc|e Eflboft'i llol AH n youth. JTHUK "waxod Ktrong In Hplrlt . . . nnd In- cruiiMUd In wisdom and stature." * * Our ChrlMimtK l r .'nlnn- ''The Story of the Savior" In one for .-very rncrnbiT of thn family . . . thn utory of th« flrxt (;brlHtm»«. Now Running Today on Page 8. —Itemnnrber jour home thin Chrlvtauui. Shop nt H»<1l»}'i. In WHl<<it>urr l"r gllln. I'lck Inmi luMiltiir.', »|iriil»nr<.«. ana utlivr boUKohola lurnlBliliiKu—A*».

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