Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 22, 1949 · Page 4
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PAGE 4—NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), TlJtFKSDAY, DEC. 22, 11MB King Retires As Power Co. Operating Vice-President II. H. Knnwlton. prcHidont r>f The Cunnuctlcul l,l«))l anil Power Com- puny. announced loduy that the following organization chnn);p.i in thr power company were approved at a meeting of the Board of Directors hold ytmterduy. The Hoard accepted \vit)i reluctance the deci- Klon of J. K. KltiK. operating vlcn prrnldfnl of the Company, lo re- tiro. Sherman R. Knni)p. formerly assistant to (ho president, was elected executive vice president and Calvin T. Hughes, formerly Knneral superintendent. WUH elected operating vice president to succeed Mr. Kins. Walter W. Forman. formerly assistant general .superintendent, will .succeed Mr. Huj;hoH as general superintendent. In commenting on Mr. Kinc'n retirement Mr. Knowlton wold that hlM decision wan accepted with greatest rcluclunoe. "Mr. King's! services have been of groat value to our Company and tin prcdccc.t- »orn durlnir an association which has extended over more than -II years." Mr. Knowlton stated. "His engineering and executive nlillltlcn have liiul a vital Int'liienc.n ou lh<; Ki-Dwlh of the Company and the development of the Indunl ry. I lumw J Hpenk for our C!,*l' employed when I nay that he will be K<'iial- ly missed and we are grateful that he will he available to UH from time lit lime Tor ndvlce arid counsel." Mr. Klntf, an outnlandlnK electrical engineer for many years, holds several patents affecting the production and transmission of electricity. Ho began his utility career with the Citizens Ll^lit and Power Company of Fulton, New York, a.nd subsequently accepted a poHltlon with a lui-Kor neighboring utility, the Syracuse Llghtlim Company. In 1019 he joined CI,&P ns distribution engineer arid wan large,- ly renpomdbli' for tlio planrilnjr and growth of the Company's widespread electric .system. In 11)28 Mr. fClnj; WUH appointed operating su- lierlntendenl und In ;1!I,'I7 j,'«ricral superintendent. Ho wan elected operating vice president in 1030, Ho and Mm. Kim; malm their •^^^•"••"•"•^^^•w^** Open Every Night Until 9 ... Sat. Until 6 2098 SOUTH MAIN ST., WATERBURY Nationally Advertised Quality Meats Wholesale Prices All Sales Itemized Buy Branded Quality Moats Only for Protection NORTHWESTERN FRESH DRESSED—12 lb Avg TURKEYS Ih 35 SXTRA LEAN Rib Roast Pork ib 25 3XTRA LEAN BOSTON BUTTS »2 9 LARGE ROASTING CHICKENS >b I.I). Av. 39 EXTRA LEAN Fresh SHOULDERS SWIFT '8 BRANDED WEST. BBEP RIB ROAST 11,35 LEAN Sliced BACON i b 29 SNOW WHITE Legs of Veal >b 18 EXTRA LEAN BOILED HAM y 2 , b 32 BONELESS COTTAGE—NO Waste HAMS SANTOS GENERAL REPAIRS Rii<llntnr<. Knttcrltm WMhlng Miirhlnno, llaliy Carrlugnt ninyclM, Solderliif LAWN MOWERS BHARPZNKD 480 Hnhtxtr AT*. I'himn B.177 COMMISKCUAL and nOMKSTIO HICFUKJKHATION WALTER'S REFRIGERATION Mnln St., Holf'dii full* Tol. 74K KirmrKniioy «H!| homo nt Lake Zoar In Oxford. Mr. Jimipp Mr. Knnpp, Hur Cniii|»iri.y'a nnw- ly ulootfd iixm.'iiUvu vicii iininldntit., la mi unKliK'ui'ln^ |;i'Hilunto (if <.,'or- ncill University uiul Joined thu !.!»iii|iiiiiy In ISI2U iiiiiDiiilliitoly MT- tor i;niUiiiiLliin. J-lu war, Hin:i:imHlvi;- ly office uiiKlncur and iwalulmiL on^lnnor in thi< i;nnnnil opcrnLinK cli'liiii-linniit nl WiihTlHiry anil frmti IIW2 linll! lltllY wmi iiimlKlnnl. I ri l.ti« IridiiKtrlal powiu' <^i|:lniii'r In Jinn ford. His WIIH niadi! Ni;w Mllfori illHlrli;). inunii|.:rr In )H.'17 mill li^li •llm |j(»/illlui) until 1IM1 wtujii h WIIH llppciillll'll ILHHlHllinl til InUHIlll! vicn president In WaLerbury. In Ma> Jil'IK Mr. Knnpp wmi nppiilritod nlMlfitiL In Ihii prwiltliuil. Mr. und Mrn. Knap|> urn r«ml UcnlH of Hlmnbiiry and uro thu pur cntM of thruo children. Mr. Huffhca, the newly clcctc( operating; vice president, has heci with I ho Company 81 ycar.s. He I a graduate olnclrical nnKlneer fron tin- Unlvoi-Hlly of Oklahoma, und i Win-id War I veteran. He joined th Company in 1918 an cadet on^inee iirtil held niif!i:iinidvnly I. ho ponlllon of UHHlHtant, olnul.rl™! uiul K»niira Klnour. In 1U3U Mr. HutfhoB win uppointpil Kcnertil oiipnrlntnndnnt, III) unit MI-H. iJliflnw rcnlc'lr! ll Wi!Hl. Clxuihlre and (ire UK; piu-cnl.i of ono Hon. Mlddli-liury Kcsldcnt Mr. Forninn, who miccrcrlH Mr iKhim an KiinKrnl Hiijiiirlntnndunt IH a Ki'adiuiln of Hl.uvimM .liiMtltut.i of TochnoUiKV und entered the pub He iillllly field In 11(23 wllh thi Adirondack Power and LI K hl. Com. puny, later becoming UKHoclatm with W. A. Slioudy, New York utll Ity coriHtriiclion en^lnnci-H. Hr Joined ihn Unit nd fiaii Tinprnvn muni Company In 11)27 and In 11)21 came to CL&P na general engineer at G A R S T O N S FOR LAST MINUTE GIFT ITEMS! There's Still A Complete Stock of Men's Wear at WATERBURY 's LARGEST EXCLUSIVE MEN'S STORE GARSTON'S 99 BANK ST Open Tonight and Tomorrow Eve. Retiring, New CLP Officials T. in <;iii':s Operating V. I'. THE O'DWYERS DINE ABOARD YACHT . INJOYINO THEIR FIRST DINNER togother Itlncfl th«!r murrloBo nt Stuart, Fin., the linncyiiujoninK Willltim O'Dwycrs nro nil smiles as the cauioru- incTfi take tiletui'cu of tlifiin fit B'oi't T^iudccdriic. The brltlo confensctt that the dinner wan cooked for them by a local yacht club. (International) JEWELERS Try Naugatuck News Want Ads Her 108th Birthday IRONING t, shirt f or her urundwn In Mrn. N.-incy Mun-lninn, who II.-IH just colcbnilntj hor lonth birthday in her Chir:ii;t. hnnic. Sin- luitl nr. necj'i.'t fiiriniiln to |in»» mi to rnllt-i nnxloiiH Id imiiM thu century iiuirk. MI-B. Moi-rlman wu» twenty yonrs old whiMi Abniluun T.inciiln VVIIM elncl.oc.1 I'lviiidcnL llnli-rimllima.lt BLONDE Mni-lon Brdwn, 10, n PnKn- dc-nu, Calif., City .(.lollop student, Is P'clniTd wf(ii-lti«li'.'rcovuli.!dcniwn lifter Blio w;m chrvicn from nbont 2,000 I'u-ddii on thu CJIIMMI of tin' tncnt of Jtnsud.Shc will tlio r'antidcnn Festival •Which rlhniixrs tin; imriuul HOHO cluwilc. FREEDMAN'S NAUGATUCK'S BIG GIFT CENTER Open Tonight and Friday Night (STORE OPEN SATURDAY TILL 5:45) LAST DAYS TO DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING AND GET THE LUCKY COUPONS ON THE 5)51800 FORD. COUPONS WITH EACH $1 CASH, OR CHARGE PURCHASES AND PAYMENTS. Useful $1 Gift Suggestions Nylon HOHC Toy Animals Karti Jewelry Silk-Wool Scarfs Vanity Kits, with /ipper Kiddie Purses Howdy Doody Gloves Little Lady Cosmetics 191-199 Church Street Naugatuck FKI',1-; IHJSKK iriCOM HKACON TAI.J.H H> NAHf;ATI <-K KVKIIV NKIIIT H'I'Oltl'IH AI1IC OI'KN IIKHK UNTIL

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