Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on April 24, 1951 · Page 5
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 5

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Tuesday, April 24, 1951
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High Water Coming ON THE AIR TODAY ^ ,: 00-:WW.CO— straight- Arrow WATB— Newa ;. H'rphflnts Qui: WTIC— When a Ofrl Marries WIX3R— News ; Best on Wax :15— WTIG— Just Plain Bill :30— WTIC— Portia .Faces Llle WATR— Big John & Sparky WWCO— Sky King -- WLCR— Best on Wax :4S— WBRY— Cow iWBex Tlm« WTIC-^Pront »aee Farrell :M>~A1I Statins— NO-.-H WBRY— E. Christy,', Erk :1 5— WATft— NATJG; -NEWS WWCO— Sports Roundup wrjC— eirictiy Sports WBRY — Penthouse Serenade W1X3R— Suoper Serenade :30 — Philip Von .Tobel ; Song of the •Day .-•.-' WW.CO— Dinner, Review WBRY— Joiin A; Cluney W5T1C— ErnU Cote Glee Club :4o— WATB— Al, Ves.lro. Sports WBRY— Lowell Thomaa W^JC— 3 Star. Kxtra :00— WBRY— Naug. Valley IniJ. WATR— Johnny Guarnlerl WTIC — Notes and Quotes WWCO— Fulion Lewis, Jr. :05— WBRY— 3 Suns WATR— Heaflline Edition :16— WBRY— Jack Smith Show WWCO— Spotlight on a Star WBRY— Club IS WATR— Armstrong ol the S.B.I WWCO— GabrleL Healter :45— WBltY— Edward 'R. Murrow WTJC— One Man's Family WWCO— Newsreel :00— WATR— Can- You Top This? WTIC— Cavalcade ol America WBRY— Myntery, Theater • WWCO— Family Rosary :15-WWCO-Cong. Patterlon .30— WTIC.— Baby SnookB WBRY— Mr. and Mrs. North WATR— I Fly Anything — America- s Town Mect- WTIC— Bob Mope WWCO— John Steelc WBRY— Life With — Mysterious Traveler — WATR-^Matt Musical Arts .-OO-WWCO-Wai SnSfim '••'-' %,£££ i '*~ T>au> - For Defense •••• WTIC— Big Town :15 — WWCO— I Love a Mystery :25— \VBRY— News Summiry ol- •Ctat^Boom Are Funny WWCO—Music You Want WATR—John Daly : 10:45—WATR—Cone. =-«terson li:0l»—All Stations—Hews WBRY—Buss Sumpl and the News 11:15—WATR—Sports Report WBRY—Movements in Modern Jazz WTIC— Sengs by Kitty Crawford • WWCO—UN Today 11:30—WTIC—Dance Ork WWCO—Dance Ork! WATR—Dance Ork. Gems 12 :00—All Stations—rffcws TELKVISION WXHC-TV Channel i 5:30—Howdy Doody. -. «:00—Kitdoodle Playroom 6:30—Little Show 6:45—Slflewalli Interviews 7:00—Kukla, Fran and OIHe 7:30—This Week In Sports 7:45—Newsreel 8:00—Milton Berle 9:00—Vaughn Monroe SU>w 9:30—Suspense 10:00—Amateur Hour 11:00—Holiday Hotel 11:30—Broadway Open House L2 :00—News WCHS Channel 8 5:00—Lucky Pun 5:15—Sheriff Bob Dixon G-:00—The Real McKay 6: SO—Early Sliow 1 :30—CBS—Television News 7:45—Stork Club S:00—Film Theater D :00—Vaughn Monroe Show 11:30—Suspense 10:00—Danger 10:30—Tales of-the Black Cat LI :00—News ol the Night 11:10—The Late Show WMIT Clnumne: \ 5 :30—Howdy Doody 6:00—Easy Does It . 6:25—News 6:30—Tex and Jinx 6:55—Weather by Wetherbee 7:00—Kukla. Fran & Ollie 7:30—Little Show 7:45—News Caravan S:00—Milton Eerie 9 :.00—Fireside Theater 9:30—Circle Theater ' 0:00—Amateur Hour 1:00—Broadway Open House 12:00—News ' - ' Central Ave.PTA Postpones Party A card party planned: tomorrow evening by the Central' Avenue school Parent Teacher •association has been postponed to Wednesday evening, May 9, at 8 o'clock in the school. '-....:•" ."'•"•, Proceeds from the party 'will be used toward the Good Citizenship scholarship and entertainment for the graduating class. . ' SHORT cmcmr Firemen were called out th'is afternoon at 12:35 o'clock to- Sum mitt road where the electrical system of a car belonging- to the Hotchkiss street garage short circuited. The flre was out on arrival ol the firemen, and slight damage to the wiring system was reported Mrs. Herbert M. Fairbank, 247 North Main street, Union City, celebrated her birthday on Sunday HUNGRY CROWS .Young, qrows can eat their own veight in food in a. day. reath of Summer - resijfant printed plaid voile with collarless I bow of self cording. Skirt has soft un- Combinations of blue and raspberry, flrey and rote, gold and grey. Sizes 12V4-22V4. $10.98 EVERYBODY'S TALKING about the modern home COOKING (SCHOOL REE ADMISSION Next Tues., Wed., Thurs., Fri. Sponsored By The Daily News How's the time for otir SPRING SERVICE ' : SPEOAL ' V\EREJ? "vi/Wflr V WE DO 7. Lubricate chqssis 2. Change engine. oil 3. Check lubricant in tra n s m i s sion a rid reqr axle ' ' ' "I" "• 4. Check condition of brakes . . . steering . . . wheel alignment ... lights . .- ;- tires . . . windshiefd wipers ... . exhaust system ... glass and rear view mirrors . ; . horn. - • INCLUDES ENGINE OIL Election States : Republican *H?ilTy L. r Carter *JoJin.l|,.FeiTis *Raymond J, St. John John 2.V Darby _ *Hai-qld, Stinson *Louis DeCarlo Robert V. Anderson Tax Collector Iowa Clerk Treasurer Burgesses Democrat , George I. Fellows John J. Quinn *Kaj>mond J. St. John Donald Cowan Emily S. Brown *J>. Nelson Judy *Henry Zwick *Sophia Dethlef sen Catharine Nardello * John Kearns Harotia StauflEer P. August Johnson Everett Donovan *Ineumbents Board of Education Kegiistrars Selectmen Bailiffs j. Francis Cullen *William C. Kado •"Cresto Klimaszewski '•Peter F. Meegan Thomas Connelly *CyriI Twohy *Marj Oaleski Nora Standbrjdge * Austin Phillips . * Joseph Sehultz Peter J.Miele BAMONA COUNCIL A meeting of Ramona Council; No. 43, Degree of Pocahqntai,. wfll be held tonight at 8 o'clock iivibdd Fellows hall. ••: .;/ FIRST SETTLEKS . ,' r ' V Dominica was first settled byithe French in 1832. "i FOOD SALE : : .A food sale /virill tie held Friday by the -Women.'s 'Society of Christian Service/."pj .'"the .Methodist ^church starting.;in :; .the, morning at 11 o'clock at Culver's Florist shop, • Church . street. •'-, Mabel. Atkins will be. in charge. NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), TUESDAY, Al'IUL 24, 1051—PAGE 5 Battle Red Drive ^~~~ British tankers, tiart of the UN forcesrbattling the Communist Spring offensive. moalo^J » ™* near the Imjin KiveivThe Keds in this area broke through the CN line alon|a l^mile f r ™n7?,, I dflv» th ? threatened the read to Seoul. (Photo by NEA-Acme staff photographer Bert AshwSrth) * Two Fined In Court For Trespassing Joseph Kuziak,' 81. Howard avenue, Ansonia, and'Stephen Chris- tian, 241 Wood street, Waterbury, were each fined $5 in borough court this .morning, by Judge Martin L. Cainc on a charge of trespassing on private property. They were arrested yesterday afternoon by Capt. McCarthy of the railroad police force. . . Wesley B. Curtis, 28 Carroll court, charged with violation of the rules of the road, was granted a nolle on payment of $15. VITAMIN'S JOB • Vitamin D promotes the use of calcium by the body. ; NAUGATUCK FUEL CO. 87 CHURCH ST. TEL. 5236 FREE HOME TRIAL tow DOWN PAYMENT II, (fcfltpfefe Mow* Entertainment Luxurious-television combination with Balanced Beam 17-inch rectangular picture. Plus America's greatest 3-specd automatic radio-phonograph. It's the Phi]co 1872. 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