Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on May 7, 1951 · Page 2
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 2

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Monday, May 7, 1951
Page 2
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MAY . In Naugatuck's Biennial Election Today HARRY li. CAKTEB (B) Warden JOHN Z. DAKBY (B) ; Treasurer —Thibodeau -Photo JOHN U. FEBBIS (B) Tax Collector HAROLD STINSON (B) Burgess Z.OCIS DeCARLO (B) Burgess —Thibodeau Photo GEOBGE I. FELLOWS (D) Warden., —Thibodeau Photo Election Certain COWAN (D* V Treasurer —Thlbodeau Photo JOHN 3: QTJ1NN (B) Tax Collector —Thlbodeau Photo J. FRANCIS CCLLEN.\(D), Burgess WILTJAM C. BADO (D) Burgess TOWN CLEBK RAYMOND J. ST. JOHN, who is certain -of holding his position in the town hall, when ballots are counted in today's biennial election. Mr. St. John, Democratic candidate lor reelection as town clerk, received indorsement by the Republican party. There are other candidates on the ticket whose nomination was tantamount to election. Jewelry Tomlinson Neary Building Naugatuok, Conn. Food Expert Terms As Excellent Cross St School Menus Miss Madeline Linehan, food fex- pert, who conducted the Greater Naugatuck Modern Cooking School this week, under the sponsorship of The News, has commented on menus prepared for the Cross Street school cafeteria and has termed them as "excellent." Miss Linehan has stated that Mrs. Theodore A. Schrader, dietician for the cafeteria, "is doing a fine job," and added "the menus are very well-balanced and nutritious." She said, "Parents need not worry about their children eat- in the Cross Street school cafeteria for the menus are excellent." Menus at the school cafeteria for the coming week of protective foods for children six to 12 years of age providing daily 1-3 calorie requirement, 1-2 protein, 1-3 to 1-2 vitamin and mineral requirements are as follows: Today, chicken noodle soup, ham salad sandwich, grilled American cheese sandwich on enriched white- bread, fruit cocktail dumplings,' milk. ; Tuesday, beef steak" pie with vegetables, tossed green salad bowl, French cheese dressing, apple tapioca pudding with custard sauce, milk. Wednesday, Italian spaghetti with meat sauce, Parmesan cheese, radish, cucumber, pepper and onion salad with French dressing, whole wheat bread and butter, fruit compote, milk. Thursday, orange juice, chicken and celery salad roll, potato chips, apple cranberry relish, . chocolate, pudding, milk. Friday, tomato juice cocktail, baked cod fillets, lemon buftter sauce, buttered carrots and celery, baked potato with butter patty, rye bre^d and butter, ice cream, milk. Classes Start June 25 Skilled office workers are urgently needed. Defense mobilization has created exciting opportunities in business, government, and military offices. Graduates of Post College receive $2,000 to $2,500 starting salaries in .business. Civil Service offers $2,200 to $2,875 for typists, stenographers, office machine operators, and accounting clerks. In the Armed Forces, business-trained men usually advance rapidly in rank; often become Sergeants or Petty Officers at twice the pay-of recruits. INTENSIVE COURSES—Pre-College, Pre-Induction, and Finishing Courses for high school commercial graduates. CAREERS COURSES. Secretarial, Accounting, and Business Administration. . PERSONAL TYPING, for boys and girls ages 10 to 17. Sessions mornings only, i Cool classrooms. Modern Equipment. Friendly teachers. Limited enrollment. Investigate now, even though you are not sure whether you will be interested. For free Summer School Bulletin, write, phone 4-877£ or call at our office. No obligation. JUNIOR 24 Central Avenue WATERBURY 2, CONN. Vacation Bible School Opens July 16 The Vacation Bible school, sponsored by the Naugatuck Cuuncil of Churches, will be conducted from July 16 to 26, according to Miss Ida A. Coe,- committee chairman, who •was in charge of an organization meeting of the committee recently 'in the Congregational parish house. The sessions, will be ( held, weekdays from 9 o'clock to 11:30 o'clock in the morning. There will be a small registration fee for each child for the entire session, with the fee to cover cost of materials to be used in the school. Committee Members of the committee, Miss Coe, Miss Emily Sophie Brown, representing St. Michael's Episcopal church; Mrs. Hilding Olson, Salem Lutheran church; Mrs. William Pohl, Jr., Immanuel Lutheran church; Mrs. Charles Smith, Methodist church; Mrs. James Waidelich, Congregational church, and Mrs. Malcolm Wilson, Hillside Covenant church, voted to limit the school to four departments. The departments based on school grades will be as follows: Kindar- garten; primary including grades one, two and three; junior, grades four and five; intermediate, grades six and seven. The kindergarten group will meet at the Hillside Covenant church; primary,. Congregational church, and junior and intermediate, Methodist church. Registrars Named Registrars for each church were apponted to ' accept registrations and fees and report to Miss Coe. Registration blanks will be distributed in Sunday schools May 13, and are .to be returned within two weeks. Registrars are as follows: Joseph Little, Congregational; Mrs. Wilson, Hillside Covenant; Mrs. Pohl, Immanuel; Mrs. Clarence Nelson, Methodist; Mrs. Olson, Salem; Mrs. Mildred B. Hair, St. Michael's. The 50th anniversary of the first Vacation Bible school in America is being observed this year, and the chosen curriculum for the local school is entitled, "The Church" and is planned with the anniversary in mind. 107 SPRING ST. UNION CITY TELEPHONE 2651 WESTINGHOUSE TELEVISION at Gerald's Appliance — New Low Prices — CHINA JNN 41 Harrison Ave. Waterbury, Conn __ Chow Mein To Take Out Famiiy Dinners—Tues. to FrL • 11 a. m. to 10 p. m. Sat. 11 a. m. to 12 p m. Sun. 12 a. m. to 12 p. m. noon FLOWERS For AU OccMtont FLOWERS TELEGRAF5WD EVERYWHERE MELBOURNE'S FLOWER SHOP 120 RUBBER AVENUE TeL 5228 Election Slates Republican *Harry L, Carter *John U. Ferris *Raymond J. St. John John Z. Darby *Harold Stinson *Loiiis DeCarlo Robert V. Anderson Emily S. Brown *J. Nelson Judy *Henry Zwiek *Sophia Dethlefsen *Catharine Nardello *John Kearns Harold Stauff er P. August Johnson Everett Donovan *Incumbents Candidates Warden Tax Collector Town Clerk Treasurer Burgesses Democrat George I. Fellows John J. Quinn *Raymond J. St. John Donald Cowan *J. Francis Cullen '"William C. Rado :!: Creslo Klimaszewski Board of Education Registrars Selectmen Bailiffs *Peter F. Meegan Thomas Connelly *Cyril Tuohy *Mary Galeski Nora Standbridge * Austin Phillips *Ernesl Bendler *Joseph Schultz Peter J. Miele No Report Of Man Missing In Borough No word has come in of the whereabouts of Joseph Deranch, 58, missing since April 10 from his home at 35 Hotchkiss street. State and local police have been on the lookout for him and a $25 reward for information leading to his discovery has been offered by his landlady, Mrs. Elizabeth Baukus. Searches in the river and Hunter's Mountain area have been made by Naugatuck Boy Scouts with no success. Deranch had been under a doctorls care for 1. three months before his disappearance. A friend who lived with him-' said the missing : man appeared to be despondent over his illness; Waterbury Hospital Plans Open House Waterbury~ Hospital is celebrat- in'g National Hospital Day, Saturday,' May 12,' by. declaring, open house between the hours of 2 and 5 p. m. with tours beginning on the hour. — • . ... . This appropriate occasion is be- in,K used to acquaint members of this community with the facilities and backstage departments of this hospital which .last year treated 15,434 people. " The . theme of these backstage tours will be "Know Your Hospital." . . , Visitors will be shown how a hospital functions with its staff of wejl-trained physicians, nurses and ottier health 'workers. The numerous services which the Waterbury Hpspital provides will be open for inspection. -HUGH "WaUrbury'« Friendly Department THURSDAY NIGHT IS * . .--,- "; .•.';;-• FAMILY SHOPPING MIGHT AT HO WLAND-HUGHES STORE OPEN THURSDAY NIGHT UNTIL 8:45 P.M. ROBERT V. ANDERSON (B) Burgess ,—Thibodeau Photo EMILY SOPHIE BROWN (B) Education Board J. NKLSON JTJDY (B) Education Board CBESLO KLIMASZEWSI (D) Bnrgess THOMAS CONNELLY (D) Education Board • —Thibodeau Photo PETEB F. MEEGAN (D) JSducatioii Board Service For Vets Offers Details On Student Deferments ' The local Service 'For Veterans office has received complete information relative to the examinations to be given by the Selective •Service for college students who wish deferment, Mrs. Ford Wulfeck, office administrator, announced today. The exams will be given on May 26, -June 16, and June 30. Anyone wishing complete information . may contact Mrs.^Vul- feck at the local office. PTA ANNUAL MEETING The annuar meeting and election of officers of the Salem school Parent-Teacher association will be held Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock in the school's kindergarten room. Mrs. Seymour Squires, president, ,will conduct the meeting. LEMON SMELL GRASS Providence—Ths lemon-like scent which is used frequently in soaps and cosmetics is derived from a tropical grass called cymbogon. UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. NAUGATUCK FOOTWEAR PLANT Has Openings For MEN 1 and WOMEN To Fill Positions on \Var Production Y ' and Civilian Work • 2nd SHIFT • HIGH WAGE LEVEL • FULL WORK WEEK • 'CLEAN & SAFE ' , ' WORK • NO EXPERIENCE • NECESSARY - . APPLY AT EMPLOYMENT OFFICE RUBBER AVE. & WATER ST. MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 8:00 A. M. to 10 A. M. T. P. M. to 3 P. M. UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. NAUGATUCK FOOTWEAR PLANT CYBIL TUOHY <D> Begistrar •—Thibodeau Photo HENRY ZWICK (R) Begistrar LOCAL 445 TO MEET The'May meeting of the Naugatuck Protective association, Local 445, American Federation of Musicians, will be held at Christoforo Columbo hall, New Haven, next Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. RAILROAD PROFITS Chicago—American railroads in the past 30 years -have earned a 6 per cent return, in only one year,' 1942, and 'in 13 6T those years the return lias been less .than 3 per cent. • . . ' REPEAT SALE? Only 31 Sets Fibre SEAT Ecg. Value up to $17.95 FREf PARKING V»or of Store A WIDE CHOICE OF PATTERNS AND COLORS ODD LOTS — ODD SIZES FOR ALL POPULAR CARS OTHER SEAT COVERS FROM $995'° $2195 Set Lincoln <§ Xfore WEST MAIN

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