Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on April 25, 1951 · Page 6
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 6

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fice . week, Oatis told American officials that he believed he was being followed. Two of his Czech employes were arrested recently And a third disappeared. Thus far f^ere. is no clue to the whereabouts __ |; NAIONALIZED SHEEP -f Luebeckj, Germany— German ..Irontlet police started counting s sheep for an eye opener this - morning. A shepherd arrived at .JLuebeck with a Hock of 300 and • Mold them he was fleeing the j Soviet zone ; .7 J. . - , . . , I . . Beacon Falls (Continued From Pagi-1) Religious Instructions Religious instructions for grammar school children of St. Mt chael's parish will be held Saturday morning. PAGE «— NACGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), WEDNESDAY, APB. as, 1951 US Correspondent Missing In Prague "••'. .. • ••• (By United Press) v'--H .' yAn 'American correspondent is aliasing in Prague. : ' ;?' . The American embassy .has asked .officials of the Czech Communist government v to, begin an. investigation into the disappearance of William Oatis, a 37-year-old correspondent for the Associated Press, •who was last seen Monday night. ;s?HU staff reports that Oatis said he would be at his office -late the |^. l ° wln iS BMwning 1 , Tuesday,, be-. Cj»u»e he had ah appointment with Rudolph Popper, the Foreign Press • Chief at- -th«mCzech- ministry of information. Oatis did not return to ;his hotel and his car was not in the garage where he usually keeps vT Popper »ays he thinks.Oatis itele- or visited the Foreign Press "yesterday or the day be- e>S "" Ot Sure School Vacation. The Center and Nyumph schools will close on i^i-iday for the spring,' vacation. Classes will ,be resumed Monday, May 7. Only one case was h^ard in Beacon Fails Town : Court Monday evening by Judge Edward Bea, it was. reported by Prosecutor John Sulima, Albert Vaillionus, of Bur- Ion road, was fined $9 on a violation of the rules of the road charge. . Dog Tags Town Clerk 'Francis X DoirbK reminds dog owners that they must register their dogs on or before May 1. Tags are now available at his office in the Center school. -. ... . - ' Warden Carter :«-• , (Continued »rom Pag*1) with rising.-', prices' 1 a!nd increased cost of living. f , "The present administration 'has eliminated all unnecessary expenses as far as it is possible to carry on the necessary functions of borough management, administration ant services""" '•• '.J- : '.-.."''' ' NOTICE! Register Your Dogs On Or Before May 1st and Saye" 'A! $1.00 Penalty Fee, According To Law. ..MALES ...?.;.... $2.00.. ..SPAYED FEMALES ...... $2.00. :.FEMALES $5.00\, ' GEf REGISTRATION AT OFFICE OF TOWN CLERK, R. J. ST. JOHN TOWN HALL BUILDING NAUGATU/6K- Cast Members Of Playmakers Show "Cry Havoc" DISCOVERY Auckland.—New Zealand xi^as discovered by the Maoris in the 13th century. Sing Sing prison originally was built by convict labor in 182*!. ,ACTO UGHTS , Detroit —,Incandescctn electric lamps replaced tho old carbide-jets, in the headhgrts of automobiles in- 1909. •. x " -..:;• CLARICE SWAN JP.4TBICIA HESS GEKBY WOHtKE BARBARA SQUIRES Four members of the all-woman cast of "Cry Havoc", to be presented by the Playmakers Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, May 1 and 2 hi St. Michael's parish house, under the direction of Jack Cbnway. The final production at the 1950-51 season is a story about nurses and volunteers on Bataan during World War H. f,.: .-. "' Greater Naugatuck Home Cooking School To Open Next Week Up-to-date as tomorrow's hat— interesting- as the latest best seller is the Greater Naugatuck Modern Home Cooking School's four ses sibns, May 1, 2. 3 and 4, starting :"at 2 o'clock in the convenient Naugatuck High school auditorium. '. 'With a. belief that svery homemaker is eager to learn about new foods, new cookery technique and better methods of home care, Madeline D. Linehan, nationally-known hbmemaking lecturer, has arranged her program to hold the attention of homemakers interested in the modern manner of running -a home. Four distinctly different programs packed with information surprises and what's new in foods and equipment will be featured. Nutrition will also be discussed by Miss' Unetian, whose years of training- and experience will be available to every homemaker in the community! ..Questions and answers will pop ba.ok and forth at the close, of each sesssion and Miss Linehan insists that I she gets a real thrill as she shares ' her i experiences in borne- making with the audience, whether^ its a: question on coarse grained cake, or how to persuade the family to like spinach or tips on the proper care of household equip jften't. These are just a few bl the practical:"'pointers whicl" AT FREEDMAN'SM '''.-••'-• *.,-.''. • • . ','•-" - • ' • ONI ACCOUNT OF POPULAR DEMAND LADIES SPRING COATS TOPPERS SUITS DRESSES GIRLS SPRING COATS TOPPERS SUITS BOYS SPRING COATS SUITS GROUP GIRLS and BOYS SUITS and COATS—$5 ALL SALES FINAL 191-199 Church St. Naugatuck, Conn. Store Open Friday Night Until 8:45 Where Sub Is Lost BIRMINGHAM • .-'"•; • ,'- "' ' ENGLAND M Furthers "*• ii •'' ' ^position Plans Further plans for the Naugatuck Ixchange club exposition were nade in the club's meeting last ight in the Lobster Pott, Walter D. Anderson, president, announced oday. Various comniittees were given nstructi on s and 'assignments. About 33 members v attended. The next meeting, on May S, will oncern itself with final plans for he exhibit to be held June 4 to 9 the National Guard garage, Rub- >er avenue. A' color film about ishing was shown. ,..: .". ,i, '': • : . (NEA Kewsmap) The cross on the niap shows a]>Broximately where the British isub- marine HMS-Affray" is feared lost with 75 men aboard. The vessel failedi'to surface after a test dive In 240 feet of water. th'is friendly home ecpnpmiist will pass . oh to her listeners. • Each.'session! market, -bags filled to capacity" with' groceries will be. given .away- to -members of the. audience, special gilts and awards will alsa <be an interesting part oi these four day "'"Sessions. So make your plans to attend each session Rado Charges GOP Nominees Represent Big Business Second 'vard Democratic Burgess William C. Rado tpday in a statement charged that '"the only people represented by the Republican candidates for office this year is big business find industry." The senior '.burgess continuedj "Every candidate on ! .tho Republican ticket is an bi'ficial of big bus-. iness and industry. With the revaluation eroding due this year, .the av-' e'rage hbme'pwner : will - fare out 1,000 per cent better with the Democrats in "office,i-'because. the Democratic candidates are .just ordinary working people' and will look out for the average working people in- r.tead of-just big business and large industries!" "'•' '••-''; '."' ' Mr. Rado said, "I 'would also like to. point out the fact that the bud- jet this year,was not slashed a single cent and it certainly was increased .$96,000 over .last year's budget. This ?96,GOO is equivalent to three tax mills, and I defy anyone to prove- otherwise. $32,000 is equivalent to one mill and certainly $96,000 this year's increase over last year's budget, is equivalent to three mills." "With the grand list increasing- in leaps and bounds, there was no reason for a tax increase this year," he said. Mr. Rado added, "If the school budget was slashed in the right places and the borough budget slashed just a little in the miscellaneous --items, the tax rate in Naugatuck could easily have stayed the same despite salary increases. In the past, four; years our tax rate has increased . six ^and,: one half mills in addition to the extra money we got from the grand list increasing." ••'..., The iburgess' said;' "In order to put: a stop to increasing taxes I strongly recommend the 'people of Naugatuck to vote : straight Democratic and save their homes before big industries take them ovsr The Republican administration has already got prices-and details concerning the revaluation without even.consulting .the minority side Pt the board;of- warden and burgesses." - . .;. . . ' : • Order IJachinery P .-IT vT II MUploiiear Police Grievances Hartford, April. 25—CU P)—Hartford's police chief has-been orderec by Superior court to set up machinery to hear . grievances in his department. . The court, order was obtained .by the,,..Hartford police local union American Federation of Labor. The union was protesting the repri mand of a Hartford policeman and claimed there is no machinery for hearing complaints of policemen' ir the department. NOT RESPONSIBLE, NOTICE On and after thi:j date I will not be responsible for any bills con- racted .other than 'by myself. Signed:. Walter S. Polonis. Address: 39 City Hill St., Union 3ity. - . ' ! -Dated at -Naugatuck this 25th day of April, 1951. t THREESOME* by Granat Ibe bride's lovely ensemble, and a handsome matching ting for_het Prince Charming! Fine quality, carefully selected diamond solitaire OPEN THURSDAY UNTIL 8:45 P. : PIPE MINERAL London—Meerschaum, famous as a.pipe mineral, is mined chiefly in Asia Minor. . Mow's the time for our SPRING SERVICE SPECIAL Fellowcraft Assn. Confers PC Degree The Perfect Craftsman .degree was conferred on a classVpf 17 candidates Monday evening^ at,a meeting of the -Naugatuck 'FellO'wcraft association in Masonic Temple on Church street. - .- ;: V ; -- Pribr to a brief business ^meeting, conducted by President Thomas Ramsey, a. baked ham dinner was served: 88 members by members of Evergreen chapter, Ordei of Eastern Star. The "next meeting of the association will be held" Monday evening. May 28 at the Masonic • Temple, with a roast 'beef dinner to 'be served at G:30 o'clock. APPLE, STAHT New- York—Apples- were brought to America by fearly French, Dutch and English settlers;"".""""" rtEREk VMAT WE DO 7. Lubricate chassis 2. Change engine oil 3. Check lubricant in transmission and rear axle 4. Check condition of brakes . .. steering wheel alignment . lights .... . tires . .windshield wipers , • exhaust system . glass and . rear view mirrors ... horn ROW only $4.50 1 INUUDtS INCINI Oil r THE NAUGATUCK FUEL CO. 87 CHCRCH ST. TEL. 5336 AT FREEDMAN'S MEN'S SHOP on SUITS NOW IS YOUR CHANCE TO BUY A SUIT FOR SPRING —AND ALSO FOR GRADUATION- VALUES ^-, I ^V *• TO $34.50 SIZES 32 TO 38— GABARDINE SUITS INCLUDED IN THIS GREAT SALE. COLORS TAN, GREY AND BLUE MEN'S SHOP 191-199 Church St. „ Naugatuck, Conn. StQre Open Friday Night Until 8:45

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