Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on May 4, 1951 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, May 4, 1951
Page 7
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First Holy Communion Class Sunday In Saint Hedwig's In Radar Training 28 Children WillReceive The Sacrament Twenty-eight children will receive their first Holy Communion Sunday morning in St. Hedwig's church at the 8 o'clock Mass, according to the Rev. William J. Topor, pastor. The children to receive are: David Fedcrowicz, Dennis Lokis, James Rykowski, Eugene Skowronski, Joseph Kaczkowski, John './Lezzo, Walter Przybylbwski, Patrick Ranuado, Henry Rynecki. Robert Witkowski, James Szcze- siul, George .Miller, Richard Golasz, Raymond Pawlowicz, Joseph Rosikowski, Linda Krulikowski, Gloria Rabetski/' Anna DeCarlo, Carol Nan Larrivee. June Lompcrt, Veronica Kolakowski, Joanne Przybylowski, Sharon Smigielski, Beverly Yurksaitis, Carol Karasinski, Carol Novosiel- Bki, Renee Rek, Dianne Retkowski. The first communion class in St. Francis' church will receive at the 8 o'clock Mass Saturday morning, May 12, the Rev. Paul F. Keating, pastor, announces. Following the Mass a communion breakfast will be' served the communicants by OJcda Council, Knights of Columbus. • At St. Mary's church, a class will receive its first .communion Saturday, June 2,'according to the Rev. George Vilciauskas, assistant pan- tor. Naval Reservists To Return May 5 From Great Lakes • Fly.e Naugatuck men are undergoing - a two-week reserve training course "at the U. S. Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, 111. •The men, all seaman recruit:;, USNR, are: William W. Davison, 'Jr.", 'son ..of Mr. and Mrs. William Davison of 49 Neagle street; Eel- ward S. McElroy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward McElroy of 77 Beebe street; Dale E. Sweet, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Sweet of Bea- eon Valley road; Emi! M. Martino, son of Mr..and Mrs. Emil Martino of :11, Phoenix avenue, and Arthur R. -Benson, son . of Mr., and Mrs. Raymond Benson of .Beacon Valley road. '.-' " , . All the " men .entered - the Naval Reserve in January, 1951. They will return to their homes at the end of "the course May 5. Korea's Highest Award Presented Marine General President Syngman Rhee of the Republic of Korea today presented his nation's highest award to Major General Oliver P. Smith, former commanding general of the First Marine Division, who is en- route home on rotation. The blue-ribboned Order of Mili- *ary Merit with Silver Star, awarded only a few times in the history of the Republic, was pinned on General Smith at a Marine Corps Air base in Korea during Jormal ceremonies. The citation accompanying the award praised General Smith for his "courage, determination and outstanding leadership indicative of the gallant actions of the entire First Marine Division." President Rhee, in Korean and n English, said the general had gained "the gratitude of the people of Korea" and that the medal conveyed "in a small way the appreciation of the military service performed by you, your officers, and men." General Smith directed the First Vlarine Division amphibious assault at Inchon last Sept. 15 and after the capture of Seoul directed the Division's campaign from Won- san into northeast Korea to the ihosin reservoir. It was here, when hordes of Chinese Communists surrounded the Marines that er.eral Smith reassured hisi men in the breakout: "Retreat, hell! We're just attacking in a different direction." General Smith was succeeded in :he division command by Major "" eneral Gerald C. Thomas, USMC, who was chief of staff of the First Marine Division at Guadalcanal when it launched the first U. S. attack of World War II, in August, 1942. Negligence Ruled In (By United Press) - Co'roner Louis W. Schaefer^ rules that the automobile death "of a Pi'antsville pedestrian 'April 7 was caused by the criminal negligence of a 30-year-old South'ingtom man. James F. Manware was driver of the car that struck : arid killed 48-year-old John M. Gaynor, the coroner said. Under statute, Manware faces a penalty 'of not more than a $1,000 fine and not more than 10 years in prison, or both. Newington Woman Head Of State Federation (By United Press) The 54th .annual convention of e Connecticut" State Federation of Women's Club,s_ ended at Hartford yesterday with.Mrs. Douglas A. Johnson'of Newington installed as the- group's president. The association is comprised of 89 member-, clubs and .represents -more:!' than;-. -12^000 ; .women. Mrs.. Johnston succeeds Mrs. Wilrner 'L. Shultz of Canaan. RE-ELECT FOR -.-•WARDEN HARRY L. CARTER A man who has given Naugatuck a Progressive Administration. VOTE REPUBLICAN SEE" US FOR YOUR GARDENING SUPPLIES FERTILIZER LIME SEED LIME Maple St. — TeL 5507 Woman Picked Up In Greenwich Deported Hartford, May 4—(UP)—A 23- year-old Mexican woman who entered this country illegally is on b— wav hp".k to Mexico. - Immigration officials at Hart- dc said tnat Miss Dolores H>uet- irrez waded across the Rio Grande near Brownsville, Tex. She was picked up at Greenwich during a routine check of trucks on the Boston Post road. A truck driver had picked her up in Texas and driven her across the country. PFC. WILLIAM J. MANCINI, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mancini, 7 Carroll court, is 'attending radar school at Keesler Air' Force base, Miss. He entered the Army in January and was formerly employed by the G. W. Wigglesworth. Co. .-•'.• Reduced Fire Dept. Work Week Would Cost $lO,OOti Three Or Four Additional Men Would Be Needed The proposed budget of $1,164,296, which will require a mill and a half increase -in the present tax rate to cover, will be increased, by between $10,000 and '$12,000 providing Naugatuck voters approve the proposed reduction of hours for paid firemen from 72 to 56. The firemen's question will be on voting machines in Monday's biennial election, with electors requested" to v.ote "yes" or" "no". The question will appear in the/upper left hand corner of the machine. Reduction of the hours of 1 paid firemen ' will require, appointment of three or: four additional firemen. As regular privates: would receive $3,200 annually. .under the new .budget, it would .be • increased by $9,600 for three additional .firemen and-$12,800'for four more,men. .Revenue from half. a; mill-equals $15,715.62, which js .slightly/ more than" ; the" •'n'eoes'sa'i^tS-fuffds' ft> provide- four 'additional '• firemen. .• The 1951-52 fiscal, year budget will be adopted at the annual free- 'cien's meeting, scheduled .Monday night at. 8 o'clock, in the Naugatuck High school auditorium. When the budget is adopted, ihe tax rate' is^ immediately set. There is a possibility with Monday being election day, the annual meet- ;ng will be adjourned'for a week. APPOINTED Hartford, May 4 — (UP) — A West Hartford man Ivas been named to succeed Albert C. Demers as head, of the rental division of the State Housing Authority. William Staley is the new rental head. Demers today became Deputy Commissioner of Public Works for Housing. SMALL PRODUCT .. .' Oak Ridge, Tenn.—The radioisotope plant at Oak . Ridge. national laboratory in 1949 produced isotopes weighing -less,-:'than. 1/10,000 of an ounce. State's First Parley On Chronic Disease Scheduled In Hartford 'Hartford—Dr. Ira V; Hiscock, nationally Jen own authority in the field of public health, will be a featured speaker at Connecticut's first Conference on Chronic Disease to be held May 8 at the Hotel Bond here. Dr. Hiscocu, who will discuss "Community Planning 1 ' as it affects the care of the chronically ill and the' prevention of chronic disease, is the Anna M. R. L'auder Professor of Public Health at the Yale University School of Medicine. A past president of the Con- Uecticut Tuberculosis Association ; ahd. former president of the National Health Council, Dr. Hiscock has also serve^ as special consultant to the _ Bureau of State Ser-ices of -the- United States Public Health Service. The Conference, to begin at 2 p. '=n : , will be held under the joint auspices of the Connecticut Commission on the "Care and Treatment' of the Chronically ill, Aged and Infirm and the State Department of Health. Dr. Stanley H. Osborn, Connecticut Commissioner of Health, will preside- at the afternoon session. Dr. John C, Leonard, Chairman of the Commission of the' Chronically ill, Aged and'Infirm, will preside at the evening session. •.'Governor;.John. Davis Lodge will give a message' of welcome to the Conference, first of this type ever held in Connecticut. Expected to attend the meetin- are physicians, nurses, social workers and town officials interested in the prevention 'and treatment of chronic 'disease from throughout the state.' ' REALTY TRANSACTIONS The following papers have been filed for record in the office of Town- Clerk Raymond J. St. John: Mortgage Deed Donald W. and Agnes M. Fellows to John H. Evron, property on Wooster street. <ru in NEW YORK ROUND TRIP FROM Naugatuck 'Children under 12—% Fare—Children under 5 —Free Only Tax Plenty of time for fun In New York, Take, the whole family. Go to a big league ball game 01 take in the many sights. Travel" in safety and comfort away from; highway hazards ... go NEW HAVEN! SUNDAY EXCURSION TRAIN GOING Rea<l Down Lv. 8:09 AM IT. 10:00 AM BETCBN Bead Up NAUGATUCK Ar.9:40PM NEW YORK (GOT) Lv. 7:30 PM DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME "- «•" '' ' •' ' • '' '-'.'•. " '" Also New Haven-New York Excursion Train Leaves New Haven 8:20 AM Every Sunday; ...-.,. t .... BUY TICKETS IN ADVANCE - TRAIN CAPACITY LIMITED NEW HAVEN BO SAFELY GO BY TRAIN Have Coke in your home! > « «"«resin welcome, for <Cokl«;€aw«ys a BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY »V COCA - COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF WATERBURY, CONN. " 'I ' . i . 61951. Th« Coco-Cola Company _NAUCATUCK NEWS (CONN.),-FRIDAY, »IAY 4, 1951—PAGE 7 ANDROPHY'S PROUDLY ANNOUNCE THAT MISS MADELINE LINEHAN FAMED HOME ECONOMICS EXPERT SELECTED THE PHILCO AS THE REFRIGERATOR FOR THE NAUGATUCE DAILY NEWS COOKING SCHOOL. Brand New Kind of 2-DOOR REFRIGERATOR Automatic Defrost AT THE lowest Wee EVER OFFERED! Phllcb 2-Door Duplex-12, 10 and 8 cu, ft. from $384.95 up Here from-Philco at far less cost:than ever before is'the convenience of separate doors for the built-in Freezer and s the main Food Compartment. And, in addition, Automatic Defrost of the •-complete-r -^efirigerator. - - No, defrosting anywhere! And for the'first time in any 2r Door refrigerator —wall sweating and flooding are -gone forever—eliminated by the, new Philco Duplex design. Yes, the most wanted features—at a real saving in • -cosfr/Seeit and comparenow.- Payments to auit your needs. Never before withfa many dollars of its new low price could you get any 2-<Dcor Refrigerator- Freezer of 10 cu. ft.... and never at any price with full, Automatic Detroit. II NEW 1951 PHILCO MODELS FROM... $21495 up EASY TERMS XTB8,brand-newfrom Philco 1 for 1951... here at the price of other smaller refrig- era tors. As much as 2 cu. ft. of additional storage capacity) .= and, in addition—advanced full-length design and full modern equipment! That's what Philco gives you to offset rising costs—more by far in size, convenience and value; .Come see it now and judge for yourself. PAY AS LOW AS $2.90 Free Parking For Customers RADIOS £ APPLIANCES. STORE OPEN FBIDAY NIGHT UNTIL 8:45 15 Church St. ' , Naugatuck (Tel. 6490)

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