Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 20, 1949 · Page 1
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Community Christmas Carol Sing Thursday Night On The Green Today's Chuckle A politician not lord an old lady •mine down front who appeared particularly Interested. Afterward* hr ukr-d for her vole. -H>U, Kir," the old lady Mid, "you're my m-cond choice." The politician nuked. "And who U your first choice?" "Oh." she rcpUed, "Jurt anybody." —Call Workman. mjatuch 'Dedicated To Community Public Service" WBATIIKR Mostly Hunny and mild today. Mild tonight with considerable fog development. The low bctwcn 30 and 35 degrees. Tomorrow, mostly mmny nrsd continued mild with the hlnh ni!i»r 50. TKMVKUATURF. KErOIlT Midnight, 3ft; 3 n. m., 33; 0 11. m., 31; 9 a. m., 34; noon, 62. VOL. LXIV, NO. 297 ESTABLISHED 1S85 TUESDAY, DEOEMBEE 20, 1949 Leaned Wire Service of the United Preti 16 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Sherry Named Dep. Sheriff By Rogers Swan Announces Appointment Of Beacon Falls Man Beacon Falls (Corrmp«ndent> Thonr 8TIS) Rumi«ll Sherry. Main »trc*t. h»« b««n appointed deputy sheriff hy New Haven County Sheriff Georfcc <Shorty> P.ocern. it was announced todny by Wilfred Swan, chairman of the Beacon Fnlls Republican Town Committee. Mr. Sherry succeeds the late Shorman Stockcr. A naUvc of Beacon Fnlln, Mr. Sh«rry'» nomlnutlon for the post wsj! Indorsed by the GOP town committee luit fall. Ho wa» elected constable In Bencon FnllH dur- ln»c the October Election this year. Mr. Sherry Is employed in the boot room of the \3. S. Rubber Co. footwear plant In Nau^atuck. To Live Long 'Accept Life As Is' Christmas Tarty The annual Christmas party for Beacon Fnlls children will be held Monday afternoon. In the Community CUlh. Activities will begin nt 2 o'clock. The bljj attract ion will bft • visit from Hun'a <"lnu« who will distribute Rifts to the children. There will be movies, refreshments and entertainment. All chil* dren are Invited to attend. As In past years, the party Is be- InE sponsored by the Schacfer-Fi.ih- tr Pont 25, American tf^'inn, the fire department and the Community Club. I'ost Office Hours Postmaster John Ixsc announced today that the post office would remain open until 8 o'clock e.-ic.h night this week through Friday. and on Saturday until 3 p. m. Sunday. Christmas Day, the lobby of the Post Office will be open from 10 a m to 12 noon, and on Monday from 6 a. m. to 10 a. m. New Haven Directors May Discuss Action On New President Bcwton, Dec. 20—(UP)—Directors of the Ne-w Haven r.iilroad meet tomorrow, and may discuss the appointment of a successor to resigned Prenl'lent Laurence Whlttemorc. ChuttliiK • with the yoiifigeptt of his deHcciiilantH, IHIIIK' \Volf Meiehil;, celelinvtlnR his KKIlh blrllidivy lit ii party lu New York, tcllH Hi-veti- month-old Zcliln (Seller, :i grrnt-gruiidrhllil, Hint, the Ki'crct of longevity Is to "Say lilllr, iK'.cept life ii« It Is." ('.oii(frnl.ulntory H'tlei-:* from I'ri-Kldent Triiiiinn anil Ken. Herbert lx'liiiiu.n «J New York praised the ceiileiinriiin for duvnlliif; Ills llfn Ixi the welfare of bin fellow men.—International. TeachersName Miss Smith President Mlm< Virginia Smith wan elected prcnldnnt »f I hi! Nmigaturk Teach- cr«' League at. a i-ccenl election ol nfflccr.M held liy the nnjaniwUlon. Othflr offlcera are: Miss Madeleine Cutnu, vice-president; MisB Mary Emerson, secrelary; Miss Mary Donahue, treasurer. Executive board mumhoi'H are ; Miss Putrlcki Roblniion. Mi'H. ilulcn XlUng, Mir,s Kathcrine O'Toole, Miss Centennial Lodge Elects S. I. Dibble Accounting System To Be Changed First Revison In Eighteen Years Authorized A revision of thn overall account- !mr system of the liiirotiKli In «x- ])nclod lo be sanctioned by tho board of warden and burKCBflos at Its January mooting, with Iho change to ho tho flrHl In tho nyntem «lnco J03I. i ICItfhtecn yoai-B aj^o major cha nn wern made In tho accounting system, which Is In UHO today, but be- raiisn of the growth of the bor- ouxh, 11. ban become more or less Warden Harry J... Carter and Bor- oti(,-h Clerk Charles F. Daly wore authorised lo dlHcutm tho matter with n. roprCHontntlvo of Knunt, Iflv- ernt and Cambria, certified public accountants, Ono conference al ready ban boon hold and It. in expected at. leant two morn will take place before tho .Tan. 8 boroutfl Chnnx"" will ho niigKHMtod t.< elltiilnnte unnecenNJiry duplication of work and expedite financial re (until. Al. jiroiionl there is eonidil enililii duplication of work, dun l< the various .hoard* havlriK to ap- jirovo, hlllH. Thin delays tho pay Inn of bills by the borough, Tho now nyHtom nlno would provide for tho preparation of tho Mullet and related accounting roc- ordu on a "Kross" expenditure ba- M!H ralhar than tho present "not" method. The system also would account, for revenues on a cash basis and expenditures on an accrual or commitment basis. The borough hoard also may bo requested to authorize the pur- chanc, of accounting machines In order to expedite various clerical operations of tho troauurer, hor- oui/h clerk and nsHonsorn' office. Gem Theater To Be Used For Little League N& The Interior of the old Gem theater, which will tic used by l'«i«r .]. Folcy IJttlo League pitchers mid culc.lmrs fur "spring; training" IH Hliinvn ulMivc. IVr mission to line the hall him Ix'cn itrantod by the Welfare Department. Little. I,i*tiKiic officials will cover windows with se.roenn and imrtltlon off tin- Mugc uftor UN- flrptl of lh« ymir. Whim that work In isoni plntnd, pltchnrN mid ratchnrn will hr nulliMl for prnn- ll< c o. Until I ho lttt« I!»2»X thn Gt-ni W»N lilted IM Ihn »!(<• of all NiMl|(iituck homo bnskotlwll KMIIUW and ns a practice court fur the high school toiuiiH. When the VMC/A. wi»» cximplnt^tl, thn Irnni moved In Uiitt m»rfii«!« untl tint hull wan rnnloil UN .1 Uinittar. It IM «x|H'Ctnd tluil It will imnln WMI mirvtan us it court. Rcvwrnl men have boon men- I Marcelbi Kiornari. Mliia tloned for the job. Amonp; the ~ " " " names are William Snow, Jr.. a director of the rond. Henry McCarthy. vic.o-ritnlilr.nt of the New Haven In ch.trRo or tmnir. and H. T>. Rarh?r. oporatlnjr vice president of the Erie rallrmvl. District Two Tax The five-mill District No. 2 Ux on the Grand List of Oct. 1. T,)i<;, l» dun for payment Dec. 31, nr- cordlnp to Tax Collector John I' Ferris. The five-mill tax rate l« Imprs.-d on property on the inside district nnd In in addition to the 23 1-2 mill tax rate, wdlch WIIK clue In both the Inside nnd outside ditttrlct.i In July. Mr. Ferris warns Ihsit if th>- tux i« unimld by Jan. 31, 19SO, inl.i- e?t will be charged at the rate "f »ix per rent per annum from Jan. 1. 3(*!SO. tn date of payment. The tux collector's office wiii ho open from Dec. 3! through Janu- '»ry. Monday throUKh Friday. in the morning nnd afternoon from 9 ).i 32 nnd 1 tr> r> o'clock, nnd Hiiturrl ly rrom 9 to 12 o'clo.-U. Gormiin, Mrw. Mnry Ponrimc, Minn Mliry Burke. Mrw. Flomncn BIIII- tompo nnd MisB C'oll.'i KeynoldH. Church Street Block Threatened By Partition Fire Firn in the crlllriK partition over !h<: kltrhon of Joff'i Reiitniirnnt. 22 Church Htrei-t.. at 10:20 o'clock limt, nlKht wiin cxIliiKnirthi'd by NHIIKH- hicli fircmn before causing :iny MerlouH dmiiHKe, T ( "ir(' f^liiff Jf)hn J. Sheridan rt-portml todny. HolIH! MIlKlkl' fnitll till! fire Heepi;i| 'nto upNtnirH apartments l>tit ntmc •>f Ihe nix fnrnllle.'i llv'mj; there wriii Hliuiley Ifl, nibble, Jr., wan fleet•,!il nnhle Ki'iirid of Centennial louce, No. inn, I. O. O. F.. laitl. nltthl fit. Ihn Herril iiiinua! election of offlcem of tho lodKo 1" Odd Fellown hall. He succeeds Robert Cranclall. who •loenmoH net Inc. past nohlo jTrand. Other offli-oro elected nre: Theo- phll Mis, vice crand; JoHhua Fairbank, recording secretary; Albert Milh-r. financial Hecriitury; Olney Trunk, tretiHuror; Cecil Matnori, Dliuil.-it; Dr. Fred W. Wullle, exam- \r\K physician. Irutlalliitlnn nf by T)l«trlct. Uepuly (Jnind Mnntcr I-corinnt I-'upu mid nlnfr In expcclcd to tnlte ))lnc(^ Monday evcnliiK, Jfm. 9. At that • Imp nppolnllvn nfficeni will hi! Marncrl nn<l hint ailed. The Dec. 2(1 ineuUiiK will be umll- <ed duo to the ChrlHtnms holiday, but the niRiilnr mentinj; will tar. held Senator Benton Appoints Kimball, Catherine Flynn Hartford, Hoc. 20 —(UP) Tho appointment of Pcnn T. Kimball of New Brltnln as executive secretary wan announced today by United HtatBH Honator William Benton of Connecticut. >\lno announced was the naming •if Mlmi Calherlno M. Flynn of Merlden an hlH cxecut.lve aHHlHtant. Kimball In a 34-year-nld former newspaperman and magazine editor. lie was a fluciil and publicity nilvliii'r for Oovornor Rowlon. IJIH! spring he nerved as a clork of tho legislature's joint appropriations ununl Jan. Births forced 11 leave the DKNIAI. I,niiNf»i>nr, Switzerland — Mn\ )•• n<Hrr*» .HI In Jlny worth told n reporter today: "I don't import l<> h»v»i u Iwby until February, mid %»hy every^MMly swum t.<» Ihlnlt It'* going l« hnpprll c-urller l>e»l*> nw-." The wife of I'riiiw Aly Khan talked with re|mrtern »•>- dny, oltllnK In n <-ur otitnlde her H|mrtmcnt houM!. ial<l, Ttli' fire Wlift illticoveretl by f hfi owner of the n-Htauranl, Jiilf i OaviM. an he wan Working in the. bv telephone. Chief Sherklan mild there wait no Merlons clamaKc. The building; IH* owned by MI.MK Ruby I'Yeernan, Chief Hherldim and Vire Mnriihal HMwnril .1. Weaving will coniluel 'in Investigation to determine Ihe ':iiilMe of the fire. W1I.1JNU \ew Vorli—I>r. I'eter l.lml- Mlrom now IH reported ready In «r»nl InKrld Heruiuuii u lUvorec If they can work out a fair property Hctdcinorit mid K | V) . him eim- lody of their Ti-year-old diiiif;U- <or. AUSTIN Wtllorbury HoHplliil, Hoc, .11! n third child urul wccond dauchler, C!arnl, t" Mr. and MTH. Nobli- Allntln, HO (ionium atrent. I,YON Wnterbury hufipllal, Dec. 17, a Hncniul aim, Kiiwnrtl rroor^e. 1<» Mr. und Mi's, Mnrtuit I.yon of Mill jilr-nr!, nnil KninilMon nf Mr, anil Airs. f!eor>;e Marlow <if Nn.UKii- luck, anil l)r. anil Mr.M, fnan I,yon fO' llcrlln. Mnt. l.yon In fnriiier ICilna Barlow, KAIM'.OWIC'/ Kt. Mary's liimpltiil, l)'-c. Ifl. a non, In Mr. and Mm. Henry Karhowlc.x, fi Tlcl.iire lane. Mrs. Karbdwlfii; Ceclle I'niillti. IB former Letter From Santa Claus The North Pole. Dear Children, Mother Claus will certainly be surprised on Christmas morning. She thinks maybe »h<: had belter not hanj; up her stocking this year as we have been too busy In the toy •hop to make presents for ourselves. But I've fooled her. Down In the reindeer barn all covered with straw Is » brand now sowing machine. And won't Mother Claua be pleased? You see, she makes most of tho elves clothes during the year so she IB extremely busy. This machine has a special attiichment for making the brown, j^rcon. yellow and red —The (lit for the |>rr«i>n who hnn »v»rjtlili>». fail "linr* OMnkimiVI al Ihr I'll; r»«kii((r Sli.ri'. '(VI. <»'Jt—Ailr, HUltn. T h n Grandmother KlvcM •nuke tholr own clothes an they know just how their wide, fuil iprons Mhould he. And fur Mother ClaiiH' .slocking we have a pile of bright, color-oil knitting yarn and a new sol of jllver knitting neodlos. Won't that, be n colorful array as the dlffer- •nt colors .spill over tho dldcH of 'he UmK. hlnck c.tocklr,K. Mother Clous just loves lo knit. Once «he knlHi'd me a Hwentor. Moiftly, Khe knIIH Kay HtocklnKH for the Klvoi lo keep them extra warm up here at the North Pole. I-.OVO-. .SANTA CLAUS —Keep j-inir rlillilren li«>»lthj-. Hi'rTp ttiem (ircnl Oiili Knrnis riiHtner}/.i<' m UK. ('nil '.Oil) I., i ilellrerr.-'AilT 3OUT1IAUI) HI. Mai-y'v. HoMpltal, IJec. HI, a I'lrnl child, John. ti> Mr. anil, Mm. Irvine 8ont hiird, loll AilbtlMi tit reel. Mn:. Hulllhard hi the former Melon Ynclim. Maternal itrand|iiii'uiilH nre Mr. anil Mm. Krnnk Youlim, Naui:aliick, nnil paternal ;.'.ri\ n<l pa i •out n arc Mr. and Mm. Clifford Southard, I'llltlll MIllH. MISB Flynn nerved an executive secretary Jnder tho lale Senator Krn.nclH M,iloncy, Senator Thomas C. Hurt, and Raymond F.. Baldwin Bcnlon'H prodecnwior who laiit Bat• irday hncdme an n«Hnclato Juatlce uf the stale supremo court, Benton Is nl III seeking a third itaff member • an aide to help loglnliitlve and comnilUen progrnmn Hospital Bulletins Mrn. AI«:1''(1 Kn/nmnknn, 17 HroL Hl.r«»i| t In n niucllral putliuit. nt. Ht Mnry'«i 1 Innpltiil. Mn.rlo H n.m OH, two-montliH-olcl non (if Mr, ad il MrM. Mnrlr> RnrnoH, 2 Ktuilt nt nn-J , IH n, m«<iU;nl jiuitnnl n HI . Mnry'n MnHpltnl. - hnnlt.h offlrrr. In Jt pntlnnl fit, Ht Mury'd I ((utjiit tvl, Mrn. Mnmlr. l' T rndnrlrkH, City HI) nt rwt , In n Hiii-fricnl pa) Inn*, nt HI. Mnry'rt HoMplLul. J'llninr Miinltntf, CftK.on Mfillow, It ;t nurj.'lful pntlrnl at, Hi,. Mury'n MOH pit.Ml. Carol Sing Organists Are Named BULLETINS Sovernl ovRnnlflU will ,i the Community CJirlstmn« Carol Sing to be. held Thursday nl«ht. nt he Horscuhoe on The Green, titart- at 8:30 o'cock, under tho iipon- hlp "f the Phllharmonlcn of ^nugaluok. The organldtM to toko part In the f>-mlnut.o organ prelude, nnd also .<> «olol«ts and the «nn- iral BinuInK Inoludu Donald Jlnr- .nonut, Edward Orlflllh ^und Mm. Albertlne O'Donnell. Vocal noliilNl.n will he William Hoyd, tenor, nnd M1«H Joyce Ann Kanehl, soprano. Mr. Boyd linn HH hlH Helccllons, O Holy by Adam, und G«mi Biimblno by Yon. Mls« Kanolil will «lng Winer Wonderland. Familiar« carols and Yulotlde. HOHKM will bn itunK by hundreds of Nfiugatuek rosldonts ox- pected to bo on hand for tho event. A. Hammond or«n.n IH helnK obtained for tho fling, and Jack Con- wily director of The Playrmikot'M, will be rn/isler of ceremonies. A public afldrwm »y»tnm !»*• belntf do- nnted by l.hii U. 8. Rubber Co, font- wear plan!., and will he operated by Hnymorid Currier of the Currier TSIectrlc Co. who a.lno will hn In hai'Ki! of ItKhtlnK- i'.ffncl,», Choirs of the vcirlouo churchno have been requested to participate In Iho Ctirol 3in«, ttnd the Naiiffa- t.uck Men's Choruii will bo prcnunl In a group. Gold Star Post Presents Gifts To III Veterans Cold Htn.r Pout, Ca.llif>llc War Vi"ti!i - an« has prior.! n tod Ohrln!miiM lf(rii to all dlriiilb'led Niilittnluck vi'terniiH In howplliilf. and ill TH>I»IO It. wnn announced 'today hy Prank JWrnW'jkl, pciat. oommnnileir. The pn.jjrarti IM carried out anmmliy hy Iho punt ho wild. Commander Zdrownkl rt.lMn rn- porled tluit work of irifivinjr the |.*o ! i't luime from MH |)fn,'tent. i|Uni - 'l~ <irrt on IMonpect nti-nnt ti> *Vl AtMtev- tton ntrenl, will hit ti'UirUul lomor- row <!vcnlnK, Mirmihoi'M r>T the prmt are aMlitnl l.o report at the home each nl>fhl Ihln weelt nt. fiillO n'clocli to heli) with rnovlnff o|iler- al-lonn. The r«»<t will meet, lifter Iho Niiw Ynrir, Ciimmiindcr Mrow- «kl mild. (By MAKBI1CI) Stuart, Mil. — Mayor William O lluyrr and fnslilon model Hliuui Ixtctvmu man nnd wife this morning and Immediately left on their honeymoon aboard a yucht. Tin- woddliiK WHN Him pie and brief, with about 000 spectators jammed Into a small Catholic church. Walla SEARCH Walla, Wash Tho H«ar«h for IK-ycar-uld elk hunter l>o!iitlil MiilKinald WIM spurrnil today l»y reitortit of shuts heard In thn treacherous Hlue, Mountain •riui of HiMithern Washington, Mor*^ tliMn 70 iiioiiiitaliie^rK urn pressing thrnuirh wulsl-devp snow to search for MnDonnld, who has htiim inlsHlnK for flvo days. ——oOo MISSING Bakersfleld, Calif. — Sheriff's deputies and ranchero arc »oarch- tn(r the rugKOd Tohachapl Mountains near Bnkersfleld for 1ft- venr-old nklor Richard Cnmp, Tho V"ut.h dlHappoarod Sunday afternoon while Biding in thn Black Cnnyon imui with four compan- lonn. oOo ACQtJI'rTKD Dodham, Maim. — A Superior court. Judico today frond a Brown unlvorslty froHhmiin who nlloK- iidly Mlagod n holdup to uvanfro hlfl woalthy fathor'ti death In a plane crash. Patrick Parker of llyn, New York, pleaded no content, to a,n armed robbery Indictment,. His father wan killed In a plane that croahed allegedly because a time bomb had boon placed In it by a Canadian jew- olor. Red Cross Blood Bank Plan Studied Five members of the Naugatuck Red Crosn Chapter were amonn 120 rcprcucntatlvas from throughout Connecticut who discussed the Ked Cros» National Blood Program at a mooting In Hartford yesterday. They worn: Mrs. Charlon Andcr- aon, executivo secretary; Charles Hpencnr, III, Chapter Blood Pro- Krnm chairman; Mrn. Bpnncor, vnl unlcer aoi'vinoH chalrnum; Barbara Stone, publicity chalrrmin; and Mrs Thoman Tncflon. An official of thn Rod Crnnn nsll- matfi(J thai 00,000 plnl» of blood arc needed each year In Connecticut, Tho Red Crows blood program will provide whole blood or blood derivatives to doctors f roc of charge A center Is being set up In Hartford and will be opened In Aprl or May, Two olood-moblloH wll travel about tho state obtaining blood for the program from vol lintODJ'B. Post Office Sets Two New High Records Receipts Much Higher; 99,889 Pieces In Day Two new records have been wet at the NnijKHt» c l< Post Office II wnn announced toddy by Postmaster Frank T. Green. One in a new high for the total number of cnncelfv- tlonn in one day and the other Is a new high Tor postal receipts for the year. Mr. Green reported that B9.IW9 plece,H of mail were canceled hy the office yesterday, the larcest single day total ever. He nnld that all the cnncelatlons were Chrlstmn* mall, cxc.luslve of parcels. Jt IK believed that last nlcht (larked the peak of (lie Chrlstrmm ush. Mr. Green nald that the vol ime of mail IH still very heavy, but dded that he doe» not believe It will attain reach yesterday's totnl 'he volume will probably decrease <radiinlly durlnc 'be next few ilnys, le riftfd. Mr. 'irenn snl<l that the force is till keeplnc abreast of the rush. with mull und pn reels bnlni; (Sell'. red HB reenlvn!]. Hn said that bn lelieves nil deliveries will be mndn infore Christmas and thnt postal workers will continue next Kntur lay until all deliveries are made RceelplM for the year now total iclween $175.000 and $I7B,fXK). Mr jfeen mild. The total is already ome $13,000 or J14.OOO over lim't yenr's total of J162.775, with more htm n week rem.«lnln»f. Mr. fjrcen ituted thrit he expects the 1'itiil 'or the year to be more than $3HO.- 000 and will probably reach $181 - KK). The Increase Is duo to the dls- contlnuonco of the use of one and one-half cent stamps. Mr. Green said. Where ono nnd one-half c«nt stamps had bucn used, two cent st nmp» are now required. There lave also beon Mn«II Increases in fnw other mnll '-lannlftrnt lonn ha High School Choir To Entertain At Rotary Meeting The A Citppolla choir of Nau^a- luck HlKh HChool will proHont n program of ChrlHt.mi.iH ininilc. tomorrow noon nt. i.hc weekly lunch- oori moolln(f of tho NmiKntuck Rotary club lit tho Y. M, C. A., nt. noon. The choir, eompoHod of 40 volcon, IM uriilor the direction of Jnrino F. DavlH, Muporvlniir of public nchool irilllilc. At. the iTientlntf Dec. 28, when membnrs Invltn their nuns, daiifth- locn, fonlnr children, MT'imlchlldron or any other children a« tholr Steplicn Chalkownkl of Wa- torhliry will prcriont a proKram of manic. iowles Continues )rive For Special Assembly Session Hartford, Dec. 20— <UP)~G>v irnor Bowles pro«noil today for n special legislative session to !lb("- illze unomployment compensation -despite newly-announcod Rcpiib- Ican opposition. The governor wrote to Ho'j'it! OOP tender fi«or(?e C. Oonwy who u few hours before nerved no- tlco that most Kopubllcnn Vnw- nake.rn feel thR.t, a special RRH^ion ihnulil not be called. Tho Republican sliind wan tuki'ii or Stiito Uibor Comnr. .Tohri J. Bignn reported that of 85,000 per unn who huvn exhauHted ihulr Job- Borough Births 9 Deaths Decline 152 Boys, 1.50 Girls Born Thus Far In 1949; Total Of 414 In 1948; William, Robert, Mary Most Popular Names This Year; 199 Deaths In 1948; 182 Thus Far This Year Nationally II lookn Ilki: unolhb,' biiiincr yenr fur habluii, but in Nnujratuck. It fipr>enr« doiib*ful whether nr nnt last ynar'n reciir'i will hi! exceeileil. Ill Iho 11 niimthH 302 r.hil- ilren have bren lior-n to NniiiT'i' lick roHldenln, which IM 112 IHHH ihi.n the 12 nil. nlli totul of The Public Health Service, in 'vVanh Injjtun in the flml ni-ie .'nonl.hii of 18-11) K»VI; the total number of blrlhit In Connecticut IIH 12.229, for a rale of 21.2 per l.itrto jiopulivt Inn, tiiul iihowliif; an ]n- creniie of 41,3 per cent ovnr the 10-10 loUilH. 15Z Hoys Of the hahleii born to horoiu:h pnrent.H, 152 were boys and 1oO MarrliiKo llconHCH have been IH- iiued 178 Naugatuck couplcfi, compared with 21(1 for tho entire yum- dl IIM8. UnlnHn 17 dnathn oc.;u.' during tho current month, the death rate in the borough will have dccreiuied this year. Th.i 11 month total In 1K2, comparnd with '.00 for all of last year. ICUjht •lodlea of veloranK killed In action iivertienn iluilni; World W".' II were rolurrind for ruburlal In Iho borough. Rccordd Hhow that !>7?. dfnc I!- ceiiHeti have been iMfiuod thlH ynnr. a dccrctiMii of 1^*1 over Ian!, .year, Marriages Although .June Is noted ati tho month fnr brides, February took the honoi'H thin your In havlriK the largOHt ntimbor of woddlnRH In fi Mingle month, the total being 24. June and July tied with 23 wo-1- *llnj?n each. The number of iri'ir- rla|?OM laklnx place oach inonUi Is as follows Janvmry. five; February Z-l-, March, ono; April, 21; May, HI; Juno, 23; July, 2.1; AUKUH.!. 10: Heptiirnbor, It); October, II; N.v vomber, 21, William And Hubert tho mrmt unuHViiil ni»m» Kivon a K»'l HI'H year IK Cryntal and for a. boy Kea.t. William ant Hohort llnd for flrnt. placfl In tht moHt. popular ntimn for boyn, v/lt,l 11 youn«8ter« «ach having tr.o name. The moot popular glrl'ti name was' Mary, seven been Klvon It. Hunan camo In HOC | ond with six having the name, and (Continued on Pago sal (I. Y To Construct New Lobby For High School Boys The construction of a lobby for boys of school atce was ap- lens bcncflt.n, than 12,OO() have upplflad to tho Connecticut «m ploymont service for- now/ positions, Bowloii niiyn that the Kuan report, which he formally reunited thin morning, fullti to pr-ovo Hint the Bltiiatlon IH not serious. Ho ae- cuiioil opponenVri of having v.'h'it tie cullii iv '"calloun dlio-ejfard lor ., clear-cut human problem." HANTA l.oiulon— The UnlU<d Nnvy will piny Huntu flans tn hittidri'ids of needy chllilreii from London to Bomliiiy. Tl:r nlilldren from slums. hnsplt»l» nnd or- phannKitN will j;.«l elfin and be I'lilcrfahx'd wiii<re4>v<-r men nntl NhlpN of lint ICiiNl^rn Athiiitlc nnd Medll«rriin«nii commitnd, under Admiral Richard C-on- ni'lly, ftni nlittlcined. proved by the board of directors of tho NaiiKatuck YMCA nt n meeting lout evening al the Y, It was announced today by Wesley Cady. program secretary. The lobby will be constructed In n section of the room now us»d as 11 coal room. The section will be partitioned off. redecorated and fiirnlfthm] exclusively for MK" school boys. Two lobbies are now Sn UHO at tho Y, ono for senior members and tho other for Juniors. Tho boys of hlRh school BKC are not permitted to use cither. Construction work will begin this week, Mr. Cady said. Conn. Man Captains Honeymoon Yacht Htunrt. Florida. Poo. 20 *T;p> A <*ri<ttnwirh, <*(>nn . mnn in rnplnln of Iho yftchl upon which Mfcyor nnd MTH, O'Dwycr nro hnnnymofminK* Raymond Moorr nnd th»* nhtp'* rintti' nirt t)in only )>«rfinnn wiUi Ihn n«wJy-wfl(l«. They nre on a w»v«n- dtty crulflo nlnnK thr Inland walcr- w.'ty Und rr>r«fltnl wntor«. Union City Club Articles Filed Articles of nllHocliit Inn have been filed by the t'nlon City Commufslty Club. Inc., In the office of Town Clerk Raymond J. Ht John. Incor- liorntoi'd nre llsleil an Klc-hnr'l J Ketley. Donald I'. Cowan, Krnnk P. Neary. Oenevleve Pajeskl. Thomas Rwtklewlch. Alice O. llurke. Waller Htnnklcwlcy.. Klnnl^y Uovanilonkl. John J. Hurke. (irnyc-n Crime. Vincent Oldakowskl. Kred Bendlcr. M. Meyers. H. Delhlefsen und John 7, Rurns. Church News For ('liriKtnms I'H^C (o 1)0 |)ul)lislif<l Ruturdfiy iniiN) In* fciicivfd no Inter HIHII ThurHrliiiy :il noon. All ik clmrf;li(;8 arc Hiihinit, Micir c(nn- pl(!hi proprriuriM lud'on- Hint time. SHOPPING DAYS TILL CHRISTMAS Th» mllhman ond lb» poitmon Stop at your hou>» each dayi Hov» • rtm»mbron<* tor ih«m- '*'« th» Merry Chrlllmai woyl — Hnaw tlrm, rhulnii, lutnnrlrii make — <'hrl«lin»« Kill »hnppl lu u «-««v •• ' / > l ' v - rnr rcwlT lor wim»r, l»rhr» In Ui Hartley'" In Winrrlmrx. Motnrn, 1C* Itnliner Am.— nurni- mifilliuirrs »4 bnn from * rnm|ili>le Kxunrtm ll»j tom.m-

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