Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on April 10, 1951 · Page 5
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 5

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Tuesday, April 10, 1951
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Kocesan Institute *-••'»» " UCWCK in i «u2", W ? W^^-tre.t. •Oueat apoajcer ,TriH $»,*• George Finn, --—..'-sS'i! 1 -- >. •^ttjr. -SEE us FOR YOUR ORC Prepares For Summer Training Plans are being matured Tor summer training by those reserve units that regularly meet in tVa- terbury, Capt. Harry Wilson of;the Organized Reserve Corps announced today from Headquarters, 574 East Maiij Street,- Waterbury. Members of the local unit we Pfc Frarfk, Errico, 13 Hotchkiis street, Pvt Angelo V Perrone, ad dress hot listed, and WAC Ct> Katherine K Connell, 471 Noft Main street, Union City. LocM units will be at Pine Camp, N Y Mass GARDENING SUPPLIES FERTILIZER LIME LIME Men who sign up now will go tt camp wirh their unit and the train ing will include work in the shob of the posts In casi of the seryiee units, on the job training will tak< place, while all units will fire basl, weapons. Some- of, the army's iat est weapons, tactics, and vehicles will be demonstrated bv cickwr teams. • t> "-^ !a , In harmony with the increased | military p ace of the nation, Cohi , BMHeut will have an increase 'of •In the number of individuals Mmpk. St — Tel 8S07 Vacancies for both officers' and enlisted men for summer training exist in most units being ordered to summer training. ;..;'- ', ; *.^S" aadt .it n '? ;o PP° r t«nities 'for Service -^ith units, a call has been iesued for individual officers to augment the station personnel at Pine Camp, All ranks front Lt. to Lt Col.f and/from chaplains to pilots' °" e1 rIi B S de< ' : Tours °f duty from 85 ;.1W days are available to officers who are.interested. : Caipt. ;Wilson: said: anyone be»- tween the ages of lg-ana 35 carf joined the QRC. The outfit meets once every two weeks in Waterbury and spends two weeks training in summer camp; Pay is "commensurate ;w|th r rati4g, and' W<?r)d War II vets will: receive the nighl . ««* rating '. in ,,„the ORC that they" F v held in the-service. . ' - , Ousted New Haven RR Executive Has "No Regrets" In Leaving New Haven, April 10—(UF)-^r Frank Doolan, former executive vlce-fcresident of the New Haven Railroad, says he has "no regrets" despite hid Involuntary letirement by the railroad after 46 years of service Doolan's forced ouster touched off protests from three railroad unions a few weeks ago. In a talk before the New Haven Advertising club ^y*sterday he, niade no reference "to his involuntary severance with the line. The former New. Haven executive was vice-president in charge of operations and maintenance when he *as retired by -Frederic C. Du- malhe.j j The aged president of the railroad had taken: similar action with.-a- dozen top officials of the line tn : the jiast.tifa years, Constable Held For Assault With Weapon &. ^aterfprd- .constable accused *', f . i rl«?B two shots at, a" sailor antf ! •girl -he; said trespassed on his ropeHjy.:'is bound over to Superior purt- .gn a' charge o.f assault' wi'th dangerous weapon.' > Henry Gardiner.-Iir .of Millstone 'oiijt was released 'in custody of is- counsel .when arraigned in Wa- prfiMrH .rrviwU cp'iirt •- - WitH Rangers ... ..• ::-,snB<p' HEARING April 26 has b'cjen set as the date or a 1 -hew hearing by the Legis- at jve .Liqupr. Committee 'on the Ul- to permjt' taverns ;t p -sell liquor; Vep. Fied peL>on, (D-Waterbury) as announced, .'.'.- '.'..:. A, hearing yras' held, last month 1*. PP'y .opponents spoke; Petitions u'jiporting the bill hfi've been cir- fo|p{l' ! .''t^r(>ug i hQui the slate and is said that more than 1,000 signatures: have bee'n -obtained. Carol P. Walker Presents Recital At St Margaret's Caitol P. Walker, (daughter of *• *?? Mra - E. Philip Walker o Millville avenue, and a student a ihe New England Conservatory o Music, Boston, Mass., presented piano recital Sunday afternoon a St. Margaret.^ .school, Waterbury „„ i £ pr °ersm,.included: Prelud and Fugue in B.flat'itflnoiS (Bach) Le Coucou, <Dudui$*: Sonata i ft™* 3 * 1 --:- °P U ? ^ 2 °.. Allegro: moder « ' ^ ohuber »-'IntBrmeiio,-'Opu iis, No.,-1 .and ' Noi " 2,-and Can ^cio,,Opus:,116, Tslo: 3,' (Brahms) Impromptu,: in^F. sharp; majoi Nocturne ih«F; ; major'-and S6herz n B Iminor, ;(Chbpin-):- ~ „ „• . son of Mr - a "d Mrs. Stan- —Wray Selden— • a • New Wing When a plant starts putting up a n*w , 'nS, th«f$ good news for the commun- r * iry: Means more jobs . . . more purchasing power . . . more money to be spent in tie r 8t « r «i ««d «lt markers.,. " ' \ _ $$' t * » 1 _ New wings cost money ... not just for the buildings themselves, but for the expen- «•*• .tools and machines that iriiisf go jn- side. And o good part of this money mutt f come from profits. r '< " That's one of the reasons why ore good news. ' .•^ When a company earns a profit, that means it will have the money thaf s coft- stantfy needed for expansion and ira'prove- .mtnf. !t means that worn out tool* and- machines will be replaced. If meons thet ' • conom y will not stand still/ bUf will So on supplying more goods, more 4S*° r * jobs. j> i * * i Wmri the building blocks 0f 4 oa* mfc enterprise system. .INDUSTRIES The NAUGATUCK VALLEY «TWCO-«at e^O f. M. Old IHD. WtOB-Sat 1HB F. U. CM 080 James A. Tocher, Succumbs; Was Stricken Sunday Seyinour A retired office manager and secretary of the James Swan company, JaWs Albert Tocher, 75, died yesterday, at Griffin hospital. He was .stricken Sunday night: A native of Canada, he came to Seymour several years agp and was the Swan firm until his retirement last July H[e was a member of Seymour Methodist church and a past secretary of Trinity Cemetery association, and a member of Seymour Chamber of Commerce Morning- Star Lodge Evening Star Lodge and New Haven Commandery, Knights Templar Survivors are a brother, Charles E Tocher, Santa Monica, Cal two nieces Miss Margaret Tocher and Mis? Elizabeth Tocher, both, of Seymour a nephew, Dr., Robert J Tocher, Seymour and a grandnephew, David Huntley Tocher Reception foi Minister A farewell reception honoring the ,.ev and, Mrs PLObert C 1 -McMillan and family is planned for tomor- low evening at 8 o clock, m the S,eymour Methodist church- parish hall John Radovicl) lay leader and Mrs Percy D Chamberlm, program chaiiman of the Woman's So ciety of Christian Service of the church are arranging the reception Members of the Clergy club of :he Lower Naugatuck Valley and :nends of the McMillans and members of the Parish are invited to attend Mr McMillan has served •he church since July, 1950, and ias teen recalled to extended active duty as a Navy chaplain, to report to Newport, R I, April 19 Two Hearings Today House bill 1113 which would provide salary increases for court of- icials in Seymour, will receive a aublic hearing by the judiciary ommittee of the General Assem- >ly this afternoon at 2 'o'clock m he State Capitol building, Hart ord Present salary of the judge and prosecutor of the town court •B ?600 Under the proposed bill he officials would have their salary boosted to $1,000 The deputy udge and assistaftt prosecutor now eceive $300 each, and would have heir salary raised to $500 The public utilities committee will ir the controversial House bill 892 us afternoon, concerning the pow- r of eminent domain to the Bridge ort Hydraulic company over the aters and watersheds of the Eight ttile and Six Mile brook and their Ibutaries, for the purpose bf con ructmg a dam and reservoir The Town of Seymour has gone on rec ord as opposing this bill Junior'Proni The annual promenade of the junior class at Seymour High school will be held Friday, May 25, at Clark Memorial auditorium Greg Phelan and his orchestra of Naugatuck will provide music for dancing Tickets will soon be available Louis Bevacqua and Mrs Lillian Kyle faculty class advisors are being assisted with arrangements by Jack Barbera, Shirley Brickett Loren Burton June Catlin, Rosemary Dube, Eleanor Poley, Mary Foley, Florence Folger, Joan GesT chiiusky, Janice Haines, Eug-ene Hibbard Janet Krajnik, Irene Lamorski, Louis Menillo, Ramon Morals Thomas Muchisky, Barbara Paige, Margaret Pudim, Marilyn Quinn, Diane Sader Claire Sem- plenski,- Louise Senger, Eileen Sheahan, Carol Stpddard Marion Sullivan ana Lucille Waskewicz Hafersat Bites At 2 o clock this afternoon, funeral services for August Hafersat, 64 of Swan avenne, ~who > .died~Sat- irday at Griffin hospital« will be held from the James F. SBayt,fii- neral horn to Seymour"iinmanuel Lutheran church at 2 30 o'clock. Born m Germany, he came to Jiis country over 40 years ago, and *ras employed as a shipper by ftt Kente company for a number of. years He is survived ^by his widow, Mrs Nellie Semmfer Safec- sat, two sons, Otto of "Manchester and Raymond., of Seymour- two daughters, Miss 'Lydia and Miss Helen Hafersat, both of Seymour- three sisters,- Mrs. Emilia Rosnoch Bridgeport, Mrs. Anna Krause, Seymour, and Mrs, Lena Miller, New Britain. Burial will be iri Trinity cemetery. • \ • : Births Mr, and Mrs. LeRoy A. Hibbard, Bungay road,, announce the birth of a, son, Gary David, April 9 in Griffin hospital. Mr and Mrs Franklin J Sker- lick 55 Harvaid avenue, Shelton announce the birth of a daughter, Karen Ann April 2 in Griffin hos- SL ta l, , The . infant ls the granddaughter of Mr and Mrs •=chiek, Grand street Hem y (By United .Press) New Britain Mayor John L Sulivan has skimmed his'hat into'the --ice _ for the Democratic nomination for governor in 1954. In the presence of about 20 Hartford and state political leaders both Democratic and'Republican at Hartford yesterday, Sullivan revealed he is an .active candidate for the nomination: /The present state party leadership is reported to favor former Governor Chester Bowles if he -wanted to run again. High School Juniors Get "Brains Bonus" Thn (v?y United Press) Hartford school- system' is . . —•»« o^tiuui- system is offering a "brains bonus" to top- ranking high school juniors, but ad: raits that few of the nation's colleges are going overboard on the plan. Hartford high schools are willing to. send some of their good scholars on to college after their junior year. Then, providing the col- ege accepts the student and he completes his freshman year satisfactorily, he gets his high school diploma. You arc almost three times as ikely to be killed in an automobile' accident between 7 and 8 in the Naugatuck Resident Prospective Juror One Naugratuck resident is on the list of veniremen for the April .criminal and spring civil session of Waterbury Common Pleas court. Among prospective jurors are Anne Granger, Naugatuck; George Hettingcr and Ernest L. Bengston Jr Southbury; Jennie Cota and Sadie Oleson, Oxford; Alexander 4. Blondin and Fred W. Jones, Prospect. / . ' ' ,r United Aircraft EPIDEMIC OVEB (By United Press) Connecticut's influenza epidemic •ook a sharp downward dip for the week ended April 7 whe n .-.ases Jropped more than 90 per cent. The State Health department re- orts that cases fell from 515 to ..ihe Health Department says the epidemic is "just about over." United.. Aircraft. Corporation -has filed application with the 'Wa« Stabilization board at Washington' requesting' a .cost-o'f-Hvirig 'aflow- ange-plan, for its salaried employes^ M- Hornari U^C .president* says .the plan would ^similar to that now in effect, for hourly-rated, employes . ofVjhe. corporation * and, its divisions;,^ i' .r^r- ;-lr- vV«'->: rft i: Cuirier Elpctri 26 Church St Wl. il«i Household: - Commercial ? IndustTiul Wiring and :! •-""-'' - - Repairs:, v" ^-' : ~i. Wcs|inghousci, Norge n^d 3 International Harvester, if •" ;i: : Kefrigeratore . : f: : -s WANTED additional Help Men jWomen To Fill New on Second Shift WAR PRODUCTION AND CIVILIAN W$IO£ • HIGH WAGE SCALE • CLEAN AND SAP*} WORK • NO EXPERIENCED NECESSARY Apply Now " United Stales Rubber Co. 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A huge Landscape windshield . . . a deeper wider rear "picture windenv'^ give you the priceless safety of 'Vatthtowtr'' visibility from wherever you sit. ; N»w Driving Eai* You gel exciting performance, with true economy, from the big high-compression "Get- Away ingme as^it squeezes extra miles from evoytankfu! of gas And Gyro-lWjtic, lowest pnced automatic transmission, alon s with"" 87rol Fluid Drive nwkes all your drtvuur easier and smoother still ,„ •-' T Yes, Dodge is the car you want today ,>.' a smart looking, comfortable, dependable tax for the years ahead Let us give you the "' plete story of Dodge value? Come in 3 ' "f, •* *~~*t • ~" ^f^Tf+wrmrr^ DODGE Drive II For Five Minvtot And Yovll H Fe!r GREAT STAES IN GREAT SHOWS ON "SHOWTIME '. . U/s! A.--ABC-TV NETWORK ;^a „».=•• HOTCHKISS STBEET John L. Mazilauskas, Prop. "wet Garage J 0 — — •- v-v ^^m~ -^r • ".*}:-• , : - •':.''.'. . u NAUGAtUCK, CONN.

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