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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, April 4, 1951
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PAGE lO^-NAUGATDCK XEWS (CONN.), WEDNESDAY, APR. 4, 1951 Foreign Student To Be Invited For 8 Week Stay In Town Tentative plans were made Mon. day night in the YMCA to invite to Naugatuck, a young foreign stu- •den't to give him a-first hand view of America and-the life,of a town. The- plan is sponsored by Open Road, Inc., 50 West? 45th street, New, York city, and. requires the support of local ciWc organizations. Attending the meeting Monday night were Walter-;'Anderson, preai- ,dent of the Naugatuck Exchange club; Rev. HarryJ. Ekstam, minis- ter.of the Hillside Covenant church; the Rev. Willard -B.' Soper, minister of the Congregational/church; J. Rudolph Anderson, superintendent of • public welfare, ; and Edward Muller, who presided at the meeting. - .. ' '• ..; ' : •>;- The committee .hopes to have a representative of . Naugatuck. civic bodies present at'the next meeting, which will be held a£. the Nauga- luck Y Monday evening at 7 o'clock to^participate in the, choosing of a candidate. Names were submitted by Open Road along with vital information about the young man. If the..plan is accepted by the organization, the student will come to Naugatuck foV eight weeks, receive $10. a week for spending money, and'will live in homes offered to him. Money for the,venture will be'subscribed to by the participating^ organizations, Mr. Muller said, and .the total cost for the eight weeks should not be over $200. interested organizations are requested by Mr. Muller to send a representative to the next meeting at which time, if the? idea is approved, various committees ,eaeh concerned with a specific phase of the. program, will be appointed. The deadline for choosing the student'" is April 15:-. ; GOP Clean Sweep In West Hartford West Hartford, April 4—(UP)— Republicans made a grand slam in the West Hartford town elections. They: took all seven places on the Town Council. T,he upset .was. the : almost 2-1 party victory. hv the Democratic- held.Fourth District. .. ; Wargo To Speak At Cheshire Heights 4-H Club Program The 4-H clubs of New Haven County are sponsoring:a program and rally for air young folks, interested in vegetable or flower gardening, to be held at the Cheshire Heights school on the Waterbury road, Friday. April 6, at 8 o'clock. Owen S. Trask, assistant Extension horticulturist of the University of Connecticut will be the featured speaker. Other speakers will be Albert Bishop of Guilford, national vice-president of the National Jr., Vegetable Growers convention in 1950. Says TB Patients In State Treated Wrong (By United Press) ...... A public health official charges that Connecticut's official attitude toward the tuberculosis patient, as compared with that of New York state, is extremely "grim and cold." That's the belief expressed by Robert W. Osborn, executive secretary of the New York State Committee on Tuberculosis and Public Health. He addressed the .Connecticut Tuberculosis association at Hartford yesterday. 111 Uconn Student Recovering Slowly (By United Press) University of Connecticut students are happy to learn that, a fellow student stricken with a cerebral hemorrhage while studying for exams last January is recovering. • Students, on the . campus had I raised more than $3200 for .John-R. Lacourciere of Milldale. -His .right side and power of speech were lost to him when taken ill. But attaches at a hospital in Hartford say he is gradually recovering. Rivals In Caucus MATTHEW JANKOWSKI, left, and Burgess J. FRANCIS CCI/- N, right, rivals in the first ward primary battle, tonight, are shown shaking hands at the First Ward Democratic Club Duck Dinner Sun- Hay. Caucus .to determine which will be burgess the next two years will be held tonight at 8 o'clock in the high school auditorium. CLUB MEETING A meeting- of the Naugatuck Fish and Game club will be .h,eld tonight at 8 .o'clock in: the town hall court room, ' with - D'r'. Joseph 3. Sitar, president, in charge. ' . . . ,-.. Local Students On SHS HonorList Fourth period marking honors for Naugatuck students at the Sacred Heart -High school, Water- .bur.y, haveVbeen announced by the Rev. John, W. Dial, principal. • .Senior, class, first honors: Lucille Talbot, Patricia; Sanders, William O'Donnell, Thomas Madden; second honors: Mary Lou Shea, Dolores Dolan, Donald Williams; improvement' list, Thomas Owens and Audry Valois. .. • : . Junior class,, second, honors: Maureen Mbroney. . • Sophomore .class! 'first honors: Margaret Froehlich, Florence Ry- kpsk'i, Elizabeth , Konopoczynski; second honors: .Mary Beardsley, George Hulstrunk, Wilma Weaving, 'Nancy Klukis, Norma Caspar, Robert Roditis, Shirley Errico, Robert Phillips, Elizabeth Rung, David Swanson, Alicia Leary. . , . ' Freshman, class, first honors: Grace " Talbot, Mary Mala, Alice Waskowicz; second honors: Nancy. Lysakoski, Donald Brod'eur; improvement -list, Joan Thurston 1 ... First symptoms of rabies, in-a dog rarely appear in less than two weeks after exposure. - ; WE'RE ASKING Where Else Can You Get A Value — Like This One! t YOU SAVE THURS. ONLY 9 AM TO 9 PM NEVER: NEVER!! NEVER!!!: AGAIN AT THIS PRICE! O-N-L-Y Friday Morning At 9 A. M. The Price Goes Back To $34.00 LIMIT 1 TO A CUSTOMER NONE TO DEALERS TERMS? IT'S OUR PLEASURE WE ASSURE YOU!! 3 COLORS TO CHOOSE • RED • BLUE • GREY ACTUAL PHOTO Exactly As Illuttrated LAY-A-WAY REGARDLESS OF TIME AT NO COST! A-L-B-E-R-T-S will promptly and CHEERFULLY Refund Your Money If You Can Buv For Less! Service For Vets The report of the month of March for .cases hardled. at the Service For Veterans; has been announced | by Mrs. Ford Wulfeck, office administrator, as follows: Served: World War II veterans, 73; dependents War II veterans, 27; War I veterans, 13; dependents War I veterans, three; civilians, six; servicemen,i:seven; total, 129 cases. There<:were eight new cases during the tao'rith; 158 telephone calls; 66 interviews; mail-in, I 49 and mail out 56. v ' I Soldier In Korea Thanks Red Cross For Christmas Box The following is a letter received from v ;a» serviceman in Korea, acknowledging receipt of one of the Christinas, Gift Boxes sponsored by the local chapter and the American Red Cross: Korea American'Red Cross I am not much at writing letters but I wish to thank you very much for the Christmas box you sent us 'boys.. We received the boxes on the ship on our way over here. I know all the boys appreciated them very-.•.much. We had a little party in. the mess hall to try to cheer everyone up.-1 am a marrie'd man •with two little girls and my home isliii West Virginia. I wrote and ;told<tnyiWife how much we enjoyed the$J»3ce|I. and .how much fun' we had;';vrith~the little games that were ih^fiiemf They were real nice. We traded books so we had plenty to keep us busy reading. I r am' sending the card back so if the one that packed the box I got' will know that their box reached some soldier in service. I want;to thank you again for the little-gift for I enjoyed everything in it. Thank each and everyone who had-a part in getting them ready for .-itS; boys. Cpl. Jesse Martin. .vBOTARY SPEAKER State'.', Highway Commissioner G. Albert Hill was guest speaker this npoivjat. the regular weekly luncheon. meeting of the Naugatuck Ro- tar y club ™ the Y.M.C.I. He discussed> ,, The gtate - Highway ... 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CONTRARIWISE;- if you have four.pp'/'flye' different pairs, together with a joker'or two, ;you have excellent prospects of getting and controlling the discard pile; but you have' :,only- a slim chance of melding- out .quickly. That sort of hand shoukt'toe played for a big score. . - :•• .' If you .Haver a choice, my advice is to go after: everything that isn't nailed • down. If you are lucky on the next three or four hands, you can use that luck to win the next game. Playing, with "Canasta lawyers' can be tedious. They're the smart cookies .who invent a nile when they don't know what the official one is. However, you can be the judge with Jacoby's 1951 INTERNATIONAL LAWS OF CANASTA. Send 15 cents in coin with your name and address to Naugtaiick News, P. O. Box 438, Times: Square Station, New York,.18, N. Y. ALTON tKWIS CO. 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