4-NAPGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), SATCUDAY, APR. Z8, 19S1 ' 3U «P«>y NEWS COHP., NAUGATUCK:,, CONN. Telephones 2228 arid 2228^-AU Departments Entered «s second class matter At the post office in __^ Nangatuck,; Conn. Month SUBSCRIPTION RATES Payable In Advance ••$130 ITear $1860 Newspaper Publishers' Ass'n ; N, E.' Dally ' Ass'n ; Conn Newspaper Publishers 1 A*e>n. -HATCBDAV, Our Young Citizens... " * «* *ffi* ..»• j '4 THE CLOCK •• *'' .J. ' "' '"" • JJrs. ChesteVtUndan of George *tw*t and ( her partner Mrs. Ger- •J*T>Bey.erly turned out to be Mffh-acorers Monday afternoon ML t#* 'Cornell Bridge club in $fat«fbtiry' with a score of tSPJ'J'-Z .the pair are now tied 1ft. ih« official standings for third floe* In the tourney .. Private Edward Galv In, Jr., •o? of Mr. and Sirs. Edward Gal- *»f TKeadow. street, called his ». froiri . Fort Devens, Tuesday night to inform them that he was .being transferred to Texan on Wedneeday. Jean Johnson of North Hoadle y; :»t«>et ho* been battling a cold the past few days. ...caught ftqni .her.;. daughter...her husband. Ken, drops into the News of f i c e occasionally, but we haven't seen him lately... ' .Stanley Webster of 253 North Main street, is a patient in St. Marys hospital, Waterbury.. .a cpeedy recovery to you..!understand, that several of his friends thought : he Vas . In Waterbury hospital, , ( and tried tc.-"visit him there:. .Dot Laguna was hostess t'other night at a beauty' deirion- •tratlop.. at her home on Bridge street..:'' '.• ' *•'';,•' pupil* at the Western elementary ' school put ,oa» puppet «how Friday ''after. :»<x>n..- Corporal John Gandolfo wo« home ore a brief visit recently... He* stationed at Camp Picket!, .Virginia... The' 1 '".(Sreat '. Books',' discussion •group, has. such enthusiasm in Us pastime that, the program ?1N. Probably continue through the". ; summer., .it meets every other Thursday evening in the Howard Whittemore Memorial ' ;:H»rb Brown of the Y1BCA became j» full-fledged model the Other night when he walked Into the Photography club meet- Ing. . .he was needed- at .the rrltic&) moment to po«c and took •omeOiie pictures. . .the first .an- ttual meeting ot the camera club to scheduled May .8. ' ,. Seniors in • Naugatuck High •ChooV; recently gave , an exhibition,; . entitled "Around the IVArld in Hats/' ; depicting the Various headgears' in current use . V .Participatinfi- : were .Cynthia Wihhpi, : Eleanor , Wilson and James. WUkfis, '. Loui»e : Gandartllas, a student in New 3|a,V«>n Teacher's college, will be home" this .weekend . . . She'll be a junior. next Septem•' '' The new address- of William Farren, formerly stationed in Quonset Point, R. I. . AN 71S8061, V. S. 801,.Naval Air Station, Norfolk,, Va. Warning about forest Ores is •jgiveu Before any burning Is done, secure a permit from the flre warden.. .Stay with your nre at all times.. .Be sure it's out before you leave, "Rusty," a brown, personable cocker spaniel, is proudly owned •by Mrs. Bill McGown. . .she'll gladly tell you of the intelligence and the exploits of her dog" who frequents her husband's place of business. ' ' Janet Brown, recent graduate of Naugatuck High school and now a freshman In Wheaton col- college, mas honored recently at the Phi Beta Kappa Initiation dinner. GEORGIANNA MEZZO, Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Mezzo, Prospect street. (Chepllck Photo). PATRICIA DROST, Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alblh Drost, Feldspar Avenue, Beacon Fails; (Cheplick Photo). BARBARA JEAN PELtETIER, G-months, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Pelletter, 11 Gorman street. (Thibodeau Photo) 0$ Church GABY BLOMBERG, is" the year« old son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blomberg, Osbornc Road. (Thibodeau Photo): Ministers From Sweden Vesper Service Guests Borough Clerk Charlie Daly tells us that the annual 'borough audit should be completed within a couple weeks toy the certified public accountants firm of Knust, Everett & Cambria. Two young : ministers from Swe den, Gunnar Chrisianson and Gote Bringirud, will be guests at the afternoon Vesper service tomorrow at 5 o'clock in the Hillside Covenant church, it is announced by the Rev. minister; Harry J. Ekstam DO YOU REMEMBER? 3ne Year Ago Two silver maple trees were planted on the Green by officials of the Homewood Forestry company. The trees 'were donted to replace the elms cut down after being destroyed by the Dutch elm disease. Mrs, Armstrong Durr was re- eSocted! New HaVen County Treasurer of the State Federation of Woman's club. Years Ago Mrs. George B. Woolson, re- Rent of Sarah Rogers chapter, DAR, reported on the Continental Congress^ Washington. D. C., that she recently attended. Mrs. Martin Malone, directed the play, "The Treasure Hunters" presented by the Loyal Daughters, -Beacon Falls. What's Right? Your, child is .taking music lessons. '-.-"" ' WRONG: Insist on hfs performing -whenever you have guests drop in, so that they can encourage him by telling him how good he is. RIGHT: Don't pjish a child into the limelight It is hard on the child and hard on the adults who have to make up the admiring audience. . •-- -. Pretty Bunny '" 1 •'- ' Answer to Previous Puzzle HOKIZONTAL • 1 Depicted - animal, the : New 2«a«nd VEBTICAL : 1 Uncommon 2.Range 3 Honey-maker .domestic 14 Click beetle JS Scottish sheepfold IKgpuage. JWonn;.;, ylohlan home sheltered side '9Symbol for, ; , tantalum ! ! 10 Follower U Waistcoat 12 Gaelic 17 Rough lava 20 Ingress 21 Sentry 23 Closer 25 Irritates 26 In addition . . 27 Ray 29Stfatagern 3.0 Winter veliiclc 39 Cudgel 40 Infant " 42 Allowance for waste 43 At this place 44 Hypothetical structural unit « Solicitude .46 West Indian shnib 4^7 Flowed 48 Shoihonean Indians 50 Substance for paying 52 Coal scuttle 54 Symbol for teJlnrium 56 Tone E (music) The guests are graduates of the Covenant Theological seminary in Sweden, and at present are studying in the Hartford School of Missions:. The ybungr men plan to go to the foreign field, in missionary service. One plans to go to Japan immediately after finishing this semester of graduate work. The :service will be in English, and the two men will sing and speak. The public, is.invited to attend. HILLSIDE COVENANT ,. .Bev. Harry .J,,Ekstani Sunday, 9:45 a. m. Sunday Bible school. 11 a. m. Morning worship, with the church choir singing, and the pastor preaching the sermon us'ing as his theme, "When the Lord Speaks" concerning the Prophet Jeremiah. There will be child baptism. At the.close of the regular worship service a representative from the Gideons will speak concerning their work. 5 p. m. Afternoon Vesper service featuring two young ministers from Sweden. Monday, fifth annual meeting of the Naugatuck Council of Churches at the St. Michael's parish house"-with'-'Rev.", Lawson Willard as guest "speaker. Business session at: 5:30' and banquet at 6:30 p.! m. Tickets may .be purchased from James Fox. Wednesday, 8 p. m. Bible study and prayer service. Friday, 7:30 P- m. Boy Scout Troop No.. 6; 7:45 p: m. Church choir refiearsal; 8 p. mi Deacons and Deaconesses meet. Saturday, 3 p. m. the ladies of the local Covenant Women's auxiliary will join with the other ladies from the fourth and fifth districts in their, annual meeting in Springfield, Mass. Miss Mildred Johnson, the Sunday school fleld missionary, who has been working in rural Maine since last September, will be the guest speaker. • > • '. ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAH Bev. O. H. Bertram Sunday school arid Bible class, 9:30; pubUc worship, 10:30; text, Acts 5, 42; theme, "My Church and My Home." The Lutheran Hour is heard every Sunday over WICC, 1:30, WIJCR, 2, WWCO, 7:30. Pastor Bertram will ' attend the New England Pastoral conference at Boston, Mass., from Monday until Wednesday. For : emergency calls, telephone' the parsonage, 5900. Ladies' Aid, • Thursday at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. George Hermonat; 8 Curtiss street. ' Con- firmatioh class' instructions, Thursday,' 2:45- p. m. 'Lutheran Vesper's, Thiirsday, 8 p. m. over radio ata- "- •"•'•-•' '' •'' SALEM LUTHERAN (Augustana) Bev. Donald L. Kent Donald L. Kent, pastor 20 Salem street, telephone,' 2692; Sunday- school and Bible class at 9:SO A. M.; divine'worship at 10:45 A. M.; a nursery is maintained during the Sunday morning worship service tor the convenience 'Of parents' of small children. Sunday, April 29, fifth Sunday after Easter; "Jesus Teaching His Disciples", (Luke 11:1-13); 'ushers,' Allan, Johnson and Alan Cabrielson; acolyte, Roger Anderson; music, preludes, "Jesus, My Trust", arK Diipre'; "Grayer", Hammerel; : anthem,' "Hear My Prayer", W. James, Salem choir; offertory solo, ^ "Thanks Be To God", Dickson, Mrs. Arthur Parson; postlude, "Our Father Who Art In Heaven", Bach;'-sermon theme, "Gods Answers Prayer". The^ annual convention to the New England Conference begins this afternoon and continues through Wednesday, at the Bethesda Lutheran church, Springfield, Mass. ;: ' Monday, April 30, S 30 p m, annual meeting of the Naugatuck Council of Churches^ 6 30 p m dinner and program, speaker, Rev. Lawson Willard, rector of Trinity Episcopal chuich. New Haven, 7:30 p. m. Sunday school teachers' meeting at the c home of Mrs George Johnson, New street. Tuesday? May 1, 8 p m Concordia Sick Benefit society. Wednesday, May 2, s 6 30 p m Lutheran choir. .Thursday, May 3, 2 30 p m Weekday School of Religion, 3 30 p. m.".Junior Confirmation class ST. MICHAEL'S (Roman Catholic) Beacon Falls - Bev. Jerome T. Cook Masses at 8, 9:15 and 1L ST. MARY'S (Roman Catholic) Bey. Thomas M. Griffui Masses at 7:30, 6:30 and 11. ST. FRANCIS' (Roman Catholic) Rer. Paul F. Keating Masses at 7, 8, 9, 10 and H. Children's Mass downstairs, 9 a. m. ST. ANTHONY'S •. .. (Roman Catholic) Prospect, Conn. • r Bev. Thomas J. O'Connell Masses at 7:30; 9 and 10:30. ST. HEDWIO'S (Roman Catholic) Bev. William J. Topor Masses at 6 15, 8, 9 30 and 11 . .. 7:45 p. m. Senior choir, 8pm Lutheran Vespers, station'WWCO. Friday, May 4, 3 30 p m Brownies Saturday, May 5, 9:15 a. - m. "Chapel Doors" Station WWCO; 9:30 a, m. Sunday school choir; 9:30 a. m. Senior Confirmation class; 1 p. m. Brotherhood paper drive. tion WWCO. 'Moments - of Comfort" every M Small island 35 Foretoken 90 Require . 97Red Croet 3fiElectr!c*l ui »Size at air rifleshot 47 Symbol for -ruthenium > Consume: ar V. M 26 Saturday .morning at 7:45 over. WATR and WLCR.' ; ,; . ' •"' Thought for' the Week: "Kind words are short to speak but their echoes are endless." *t ,'.*' NAUGATUOK METHODIST -. ... Bey. Mitthew H. Gates . Church '' school, ,* 9:45; ,: morning worship," 11.'' ' We ''worship''service will be in charge, ot: the. minister, guest preacher >will be a member of the Gideons. Music by. the choir under the direction 'of Clare "S. Smith. . A .liursiery :is conducted during the worship hour for small children. Youth Fellowship, 7." Ilo.ndayj5.-3o; annual • business meeting of the Naugatnck Council of Churches in St. Michael's-parish hall; 6:30, dinner.and speaker, the Rev. I-awsoh Willard of Trinity church, New Haven;"8, the finance committee will meet in the church hall; 8," the "Wesleyah Service Guild will meet in .the home of Miss Mildred. Brown. Mrs. Sterling Whit- lier of New Haven will present a talk and show pictures of China, Tuesday, 7:30, MFY ' play rehearsal. ' - .,.'.•'.. .Thursday, 8, choir.; practice. Saturday, 5:3O, Family Fellowship Night at ichurch, Sponsored by the family ^committee" of 7 the Board of .Education. "The supper 'is' potluck and: beverage-will De jerked fay the members^ ot' • the Fidelity Bible; cfass." All families of the church are cordially; invited to' at- CONGREGATIONAL Bev. Willard B.. Sow-j The Church school will meet at 9:45 a. m. for the primary, junior and senior departments. The nursery, beginner and kindergarten departments will meet at 11 o'clock. Morning worship will be held at 11 o'clock with the minister, conducting- the service.. We cordially welcome this Sunday morning Winston A. Wesley, of the Gideon society, who will speak on "The Gideon Story." Children's story will be "The Discontented Pendulum."^ Music: prelude, "Prelude and -Fugue in '"• E Minor," Bach; "My Jesus, I Love Thee,' v Gordon- Thompson; anthem, "Oh Lord, We. Worship Three," Bach; offertory, "Praise, My Soul, the King of Heaven," Andrews; postlude, "Sortie Festive," Boslet. Mrs. Charles D.- McCleary is minister 'of music. HOLY SAVIOUR (Polish National" Catholic) * -• Bev. Paul Kozlowskl Masses celebrated at 8 and 10:3ft FIRST CHURCH OP CHRIST , ,-. SCIENTIST Corner ot Holmes and Mltcnell Ave, CONN. Sunday services 10 45 a m and 7 3D-> p. m , Sunday school, 10 45 a m., Wednesday evening meet- mgs'iricluding testimonies of Christian Science healing, 8 o'clock •probation After Death" will be the subject of the Lesson-Sermon for Sunday, April 29, 1951. The Golden Text is from Proverbs, 21 16,21. "The man that wan- dereth out of the way of understanding shall remain in the congregation of the dead . He that followeth after righteousness and mercy fmdeth life, righteousness and honour." Selections from the Bible include the following: "The way of the just is uprightness; thou, most upright IMMANUEL LUTHERAN UX.C.A. . . Bev. Theodore A. Schrader The Rev. Theodore A. Schrader pastor, 567 High street, telephone 3493. Sunday, April 29, fifth Sun day after Easter. Church school 9:30 a. m.; adult membership class 9:30 a. m.; worship service, 10:3( a. m,. sermon topic, i'Loves Work ing Arm." A member of the Giddeon society will give a short address on their free Bible distribution in hotels and public places An offering will be made for Gideons by a free contribution in the plate in the vestibule of the church. Monday, 5:30 p. m. The fifth annual meeting of the Naugatuck Council of Churches will be held at St. Michael's parish house. 6:30 P; m. Dinner will be served by the women of St. Michael's; tickets are available with John J. Vagt. Din ner speaker will be the Rev. Lawson Willard, rector of Trinity Episcopal church, New Haven. Wednesday, 7 to 9 p. m . The first regular meeting of the newly organized Intermediate Luther League. The new society is still open to charter members. Boys and girls in the seventh, eighth and- ninth grades in public school are eligible. Miss Ruth Luschenat counsellor will be in charge of the group. Those who plan to attend the State Luther- League rally at Norwich, Sunday, May 6, .should make reservations at this meeting. Thursday, 2:30 p. m. Weekday School of Religion; 8 p. m., WWCO Lutheran radio vespers. Friday, 6:30 p. m. Junior choir rehearsal, Mrs. William Pohl director. Saturday, 9 a. m. Senior confirmation, class, 9:15 a. m., WWCO Chapel Doors; 10 a. m., junior confirmation class / . " .6, . rh inn ser vev the 10,500 congregations of the National Lutheran Council in an appeal for $3300,000. An offering + JACOBY ON BRIDGE By OSWALD JACOBY Written f o* >NEA Service Tournament Bridge Is Risky Sport The difference between proper 7-4, Hearts AJO-6, Diamonds *4, play at rubber bridge and proper I Clubs K-5^3-2. What do you do? -'— -* * • • - - A—Bid two spades. Since y*ir hand is roughly equal to an opening; bid, you'cart .afford to carty your partner's opening' bid tit' t£e S»me level. You will show heart support at your, next turn' and'al- low jour partner to choose a fame contract. . ' TODAY'S' QUESTION "? * With neither . side vulnerable your partner, deals and'bids one heart. The next player bids" "two diamonds. You hold: Spades K 2 Hearts K-Q-7i4, Diamonds 6-5-3^2, Clubs A-10-6. What do you do?' Answer Monday* '''*'•• play at tournament brige is clearly shown in today's hand, taken from Seattle's recent Northwest Regional iournament , To mMeyers, of Seattle, led the fcur of spades from the West hand, and Dan Lefebvre won with the n<e. Lefebve returned the eight of spades, declarer put in the nine, and Meyers won -with the ten. Declarer was now marked with the Song and jack of spades, so Meyers iihifted tojthe tan'of hearts. Now declarer had a problem. He could surely win nine; tricks by ]>uttingr up the ace of -. hearts and knocking out the ace of diamonds. J3ut if lie made only nine tricks arid all the other declarers made ten trickn by means of a euccess- NOKTH (D) tg A3 VAQJ3 • Q86 *AQ762 WEST EAST AQ10742 *A85 *1°7 VK9803 • A53 *942 *1053 North 1* IV 3N.T. SOUTH 4kKJ»6 1T42 • KJ107 *KJ4 N-S vul. East South Pass l> Pass .2N.T. Pass Pass Opening lead—4 4 West Pass Pass Pass ful heart finesse, his name would be mud, his score would be poor and his face would be red. At rubber bridge nothing would matter but the safety of the con- :ract. At tournament bridge, South could not -afford to give up the play for an overtick. After some painful thought .herefore, declarer finessed the queen of hearts. This lost to the 'ling of hearts, and back came an- ither spade. That was the end for poor South. He could run five clubs, one spade and two hearts—but he could,not develop nine tricks without lead- ng diamonds. The moment he led iiamonds,. of course, West could ake the diamond ace and as many pades as he still had. CARD SENSE Q—With neither Bide vulnerable our partner deals and bids one eart. The next player bids .two iamonds. You hold: Spades K-Q- r ill be taken towards our quota. 400,000 of the budget appeal will *o for the ministry by our chap- ains to the men in the Armed Forces of the United States. Questions ' • • ;.7i-- •' . ^' • .' J ,-'.;- '> ( , t and Answers Q—Do snoipflaKes' follow the same general pattern? A—One snowfiake. never 'duplicates another. A snowfiake . may assume any one of a -'number 'of possible forms running Into 'billions of billions. \ "•.. "••• Q—Why Is the term >'sleut|i" : ai- plied to a detective?. , ' ; • • A—Sleuth is a Middie^EngHsh word meaning "the footprint ttr track of an animal." ; When-idoga were first trained to track game by scent, they were known ; as sleutW- hounds. tater detective's .weiST r«- forred to humorously as sieutij- hounds. The shortened forni; sleuth evolved. ..'.-.-. ,.: ; , ; Q—How far Inland' Is the Amazon River navigable? -"•'''..' A—The Amazon Basin' mis' a" network of rivers' which are navigable for 15,814 miles. The Amazon- River . by. itself. is navigable for'1700 miles, the extent of its course in Brazilian territory. Q—Are chow meln and chop suey Chdncso> dishes? A—Chow mein is a : true Caih- tonese dish. Chop suey originated in the United States but it is made on the same principle as native Chinese dishes. Q—Why is the state of KanBM called the."navel of the nation"? A—Senator Ingalls called it "the navel of the nation" since it is th« geographical center of the U. S. • We Have Your ^y.s|T The Music Shop — «ve*rtt»lhk mod**) ~ 88 CHURCH ST. ; PHONE SttI tend. ' . The Piligrim Fellowship will meet at 7 p. .hi. - ' '•'. ' '•• Monday, the annual dinner of the .Council of Churches will be held in St. Michael's parish'' house at 6:30--o'clock. , The speaker will Be Rev. Lawson Willard of Trinity Episcopal church, New ifaveri. •"• Tuesday,' ' the" kdult choir 'rehearsal', .7:30 p, m. ! ••"..--• Wednesday,' the Aid society will hold a regular meetins. 'There will be sewing; beginning at' ip a. m A covered-dish luncheon win be served at 1 b'clbck. The business iheetmg .^rill be at '2 o'clock,."with Mrs. .J. Scott Brown, presidenV pre- Jidfrig. Mrs. ^Victor A: Anderson win- be in charge of devotions. The program "Books in Brief" wilt be under the direction'- of Mrs W Glenn Kirby. -Th'ose. giving, short book reviews will be, Mrs. irvihg. E. Gutting, "The 'Mature Mmd," Mrs. Frederick; Zonino, The Trapp Family Smgers," and''."Interrupted Melo.dy," Mrs. Ernest J. Harding "The-Thread Runs True,".and Mrs.' Albert W. : Holmberg, ''The Peabody Sisters of Salem." the Evening division will meet in the par- l ? n bouse ,at 8 p. m. Mrs. _Welsford" Clark'will display and talk on her '' coilectfon of handmade handbaigs. Refreshments will be served; '. '- : -: . 'Thursday, the Boy Sc'outs, Troop 2, 7:30 p. m. Friday, the annual dinner of the Men's club will" be' held at 6:30 o'clock, with John, Cassam, manar ger of Export ana Import Traffic department, U. S. Rubber Co.,! New York: city^ as guest speaker. Saturday, "CHapel Doors," ,WWCO, 9:15 a. in." ' '~ n Passages from the Christian Science textbook, "Science: arid Healttr'^th Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy include the following (p. 402) : "The time approaches when mortal mind will -.forsake its corporeal, structural,, c and. material basis, when immortal; Mind and its formations will be apprehended in Science, and m W:: Hiiefs will not interfere -spiritual -..facts." '••'• '/$Y.- MICHAEL'S : S;C*>'(EBlscopal) . . • " Bev. WInfred B. tangliorst WHERE ELSE? er_Easter, Ro. ajid. for ~the week ^""'.""s me:- 7:30 ; a: 'hi.' Holy Communfon, server; James 'Miller' to^b '^ I'" 3 ' " Ch . Urch Si3h ° o1 ' hymns o'rc/hestrai./'FIing- Olit' the Bautiner-' "He Who WouW '.Valiant Be" "and O Jesus Thou -Art Standing", 10-4.5 a. m. Nursery school, Mrs George Bower Jii charge; II a. m. Morning; prayef -and sermon, usH- ersr James Garfleld, 'Victor Gar- fleld, .Raymond Hanks, J. Rudolph Anderson; acolytes, crucifer, Lee v °°*""v«niaJll cross, James Falr- • - -' a €T bearer;- Roy Stins'on- candlebearers, John' Free: and Paui Freyermnth; - ; fc!5 p. • m. Young People's..Fellowship meets' at the pariBh'houae to, go to New Haven to the,Tale Museum to seea Sacred Ar *':** n Jbit featuring-medevhil and and Sacrtd; art. Monday, 3:30 p. m: Grammar school Girls choir rehearsal, 5:30 R. TH. Council of Churches busi- iiesg meeting in St. Michael's par- ieh hpuse; _6:3.o; p. m. Council of Ctnn-ches dinner and speaker the Rev. Lawson •Willard of Trmity church, New Haven. • " . Tuesday, 9 a. ra . H bly .Communion, St.. Philip and fit- James Day; 8:30 p. m. first night of Haymakers play, "Cry Havoc" ^Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Adult choir, rehearsal; 8:30 p. m. second night;, of Playnoakers play, "Cry Havoc": .•,.."; Thursday, 9 a. m. Holy Commu- nioir, Ascension Day. Friday, 7:30 p. m. Adult choir make-up vrehearsal. 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