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•h* ,NEWS (CONN.), FRIDAY. MAY 11. 1951 lifts.- Rodenbach Elected tpcal AAUW President Several Attend . .Charles P. Rodenbach was fl president of the Nauga- turk, chapter, American Association ?feynfv«frBlty Women, at a meeting f£' : .tl>e?asaoclatlon last evening in tne'.galem school. Her associate of «*yr»; elected include: Mrs. John HMk«rt,,who had served as tempor- S5&* > - airman> vice President ; Mrs. Wtlliauv Pohl; recording secretary; lira. - Thomas R. Ward, corres- pw^o^S secretary; and Miss Mary Majgrftret. Donovan, 'treasurer. i$b*y ferganizatkm ..will hold regular lincetings the. Second Thursday <#r"».imonth,. with the next ses- won 'planned. fpr.pctobcr 11. There wyi**^no summer meetings. . "W^BodMJbaeh briefly addressed ••j}*iF° up ' ' Bnd .the guest speaker oT-the. evenJngN-vwas. Mrs. Albert Barker, Ridgeifleld, wife reported °f .4**°,' r «cent - national convention ofcihe, AAUW,; hel^:ih:Atlantic City, «*£ -Jersey, the' week "of April 9 13. Mrs. Parker, > th * Housatonic 9 a mem- branch, i > ranc, •, f °rmerty maintained a law- yMa; practice In New York city. Funeral Mrs. Louis Wcrzlnger Funeral services for Mrs! Elizabeth (Darnider) Werzinger, 62, wife of Louis J. Werzinger, 14 North Hoadley street, were held this morning from the Buckmiller Funeral Home, 22 Park jilace, to St. Francis' church, where a solemn high Mass of requiem Was celebrated by the Rev. Albert Taylor, assisted by the Rev. Francis Monahan, : deacon, and the Rev. George Dunri, sub-deacon. Mrs. Al- faertine O'Donnell, organist, was in charge of the musical service which included the Funeral March, Pie Jesu and Lead Kindly Light., .Mrs. James Farrar was soloist. Prayers at the grave in St. James' cemetery were read by Father Taylor. Bearers were George, Anthony, and William Froehlich, Joseph Doran, , , James Schaffer and George Ziegler. Of American Legion Several members of Naugatuck American Legion post, No. IT.i'and its Ladies'-, auxiliary attended a meeting of the Second District Amercan Legion and auxiliary., this week in Hamden. .: ; • Representatives were Mr. 'and Mrs. Edward Wilcox, Mr. and Mrs. John Desmond, Mr. and Mrs.- Raymond Ericson, Mrs. Thomas Broder, Miss Dorothy M. Broder, Mrij. and Mrs. Burton Nobls, Miss •' Mary Leary and Mrs. Florence Farrow. Those planning to attend the annual Gold Star Mothers banquet Saturday evening, May 19 at Sul- valivan's Inn ire requested to contact Mrs. John Clark, 39 " West street, Gold Star Mother chairman. HEW YORK v ...Reduced fivui WOUND TBIP ; FROM Naugatuck $2 Children under, 12— % Fare—Children under 5—Free .60 Inc. Tax °* time for fun in New York. Take the whole family. Go to a . big ieafruo ball game or take in the many sights. Travel in. safety and comfort away from highway hazards . . . go NEW HAVEN!"' TRAIN .'. ' GOING Read Down Ly. 8:09 AM 4r.lO;00 AM ' "-' '-' " ' ' SUNDAY EXCURSION BETDRN Bead XJp NAUGATUCK Ar.9:40 PM NEW YORK (GOT) Lv. 7:30 PM - '-. DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME ._.,>. .»,„„. Haven-New York Excursion Train Leaves New Haven ,Bi*O.AM Evary Sunday. 1 TICKETS IN ADVANCE - TRAIN. CAPACITY LIMITED NEW HAVEN GO BY TRAIN fan injured In Fall In Good Condition The condition of .Thomas La Gasse, 29 Second /avenue,. Water bury, is reported to be good bj St. Mary's hospital authorities'thi morning. He injured his back in a fall yesterday afternoon. LaGasse, who is employed'by," v. W. J. Megin Co..,7-was working on a screen-window'""at the hpme o] Mr. and Mrs. Gotfred Hoffman Paul Ney road, Cheshire. . - ;.-.; He was ordered to the hospita by. Dr. Edward W- Oxnard. who was called to treat the injured, man. Men's Chorus, Mello-Dears In Sixth Annual Concert Tonight >' . .',.''' ' '" ' * • •** ' '..'" - •••''" '• - '." ..'" •' . ^J Seymour H. S. Senior Going To Service; Misses Glass Trip Two Suits Based On Bus Crash Withdrawn Two suits based on a 'bus collision in Naugatuck Aug.' 10, : 1949 were withdrawn from Waterbury Superior 'court yesterday. '; Patrick Burke, administrator for the estate of the late Nora A Burke, had dasked. damages of $26,000, in a suit against Lionel'Le- Clair and Henry Towkowicz, ..both of Naugatuck, John J. Pajewsk: and Otto E. Brauer, Terryville, and the Whittall Battery and .Electric Co., Waterbury. . •• •'", Anna S. Donovan, Naugatuck naming the sanie parties as defend ants, had asked -damages of $10500. •••: " -' .• .••- • ' Mrs. Burke, .-who died of injuries sustained, in -the accident, arid-Mrs. Donovan were passengers- in aj bus operated by,Towkowicz when'it was involved in a collision with, a; yehicle operated! by Pajewski in the" employ of Brauer and the Whittall''do..; •The' cnirichona tree is'.the':principal .source of quinine. "'.,;,";•', DUPONT HOUSE PAINT Stouts Wt/te-Sfoys White! That's because Du Pont -k Durobi., "40" contains ari abundance of titanium dioxide ... the whitest of all point pigments. Give your house a "fireshly painted" look ... for years! th« wkH*tl white "A" Prot»ett o0alnft rtltl and rol if Exc.ll.nl cov.roa*, •xt.ptlonal hiding if Popular )ad.-r»i>l- anlllnli, loo DUPONT "biiLux" ** ^I 1 !; PAINT . Ut* their color for years. * Ex««l|« nt hiding $2.50 rim £• lutter „"AiNT _ laugh at wear and we atbet. _ $1.76 Dil PONT "DULUX" METAL PROTECTIVE FINISH Keepa metal surfaces from rusting! Exceptionally resistant to fading, and cracking—gives long- lasting protection ..,''.-'. ' to all metal sur- 'e| AR 'faces. >I.T3 WEISS Ben Franklin Store 152 CHURCH ST. STORE OPEN TONIGHT UNTIL 8:45 Save the surface and you save all f '~^."T T v. "V NAUGATUCK, CONN. Seymour High school senior Donald Snarron waved goodbye yesterday as 105 of his schoolmates, left £or a four-day visit to historic Boston'. : > ' '• . . "'' Donald couldn't make the trip. because Uncle Sam had scheduled. a more lengthy one' for him. As Donald got ready for the Boston jaunt,' his.oders ,'came notifying him to join his fed eralized National Guard unit at a Georgia Army camp. ••'-.- ;, • ,. He is a, member- of a fjational' Guard unit" in New Havcri which is being federalized and will leave Tuesday. He was required to report to the company over the weekend: and hence couldn't make the trip.; Three .buses .carried the 105 students to Boston where they will visit many of the historic spots. Blood Donors Seymour' residents may donate blood when .the Red Cross bloodmobile visits Ahsonia on Friday, May 18. Headquarters will 'be located at the First Congregational church, w.here. volunteers may give blood from 10 until 3 o'clock. All donated blood will bo distributed among the armed force and at the Griffin hospital at no cost. Seymour and Oxford residents who wish to .register may contact Earl B. Boies at the Seymour Trust company. Weekly Menus Mr.=. Harriette Warnock, dietitian, has listed the lunches to be served at Center-Annex and Maple street schools next week: Monday—Frankfurts and. rolls, vegetable .soup/: pears, -cookies, milk. . . Tuesday— Shepherd's pic, . buttered green beans, bread and .butter, prunes and apricots, milk. Wednesday ,—Welsh rarebit on toast, tossed green .salad, buttered beets* tapioca" cream pudding, milk Thursday—Smoked ,s,h o u 1 d e r, cranberry sauce, mashe'd potatoes, whole kernel corn* bread *aiid -butter, gelatine dessert,- milk. Friday. — Oranges.,'juice'**' potato lalad, deviled eggs, ,buterea. peas hot'.biscuits, brownies,, milk.- Miss Thurston Succumbs \ Miss r Naomi > Ruth 'Thurston Jackson street, An'sonia, and sister of two Seymour residents, : died Wednesday,, evening after ! a long illness.'. Funer.al . services will be held Saturday Vat 2 o'clock ."rom the-William E. Stapleton funeral hpme with interment in Pine Grove cemetery. •-.; . . .•' ., ,. - ;. ... Survivors- include her parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. Floyd C. Thurston; four sisters,; Mrs.-. Florence Finkle of Seymour, Mrs. James Moore •Mrs. Etta Markette, and,Mrs. Pearl Fichura,.all of Ansonia; two brothers/ Alfred Thurston' o f Seymour and Daniel Thurstbn of Ansonia.' Former Resident Dies Mrs. Roseanna^ Qauyin Rasicot, 37 Cartridge avenue,-Devon, widow of Charles ; Rasicot, ; died Wednesday at the Hppewell Convalescent Home, Devon. - She-made her home in .Seymour for 45 .years, moving several years ago to Devon. She is survived by a-son, Arthur ->t Seymouc; two daughters, Mrs. James Hearns, Devon, and Mrs. Joseph Varen, Milford;, two brothers, Joseph and Arthur Rasicot:, both of Seymour, seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 9:15 o'clock from the Shay funeral ' home to • St. Augustine's church. Burial will be in the family plot in St. Augustine's cemetery. Friendg may call at the funeral home from 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 today. . •• : . Sister Of Borough Resident Succumbs Mrs. Cohcetta Maria Gerardi, 34, wife of Vincent Gerard! of Water- >ury, and sister of Nicholas Santa Barbara of Naugatuck, died yesterday afternoon in St. Mary's hospital, following a brief illness. Funeral services will be held Monday morning from the Maiorano Funeral Home, Waterbury, to Sacred Heart church ,'that city Bural will be in Calvary cemetery, Waterbury, and friends may call at the funeral home tomorrow and Sunday. . • • .' ,, '. Tree Climber Ends Career Upside Down (By United Press) Tree-climbing isn't all that 't's cracked up to be,,a seven-year-old New Britain youngster ruefully concludes today. Little Mark Rowinski hung 'rom tree by the foot fdr 20 uncom- ortable minutes yesterday before a. neighbor and a policeman were able to free him. The boy slipped while scrambling down the tree arid lis foot became wedged between .wo branches. . $1.50 Dividend By US Robber Declared U. S. Rubber Company directors New York yesterday declared a dividend of $1.50 on the common stock, payable June 11 to holders >f record May 21: '• : • On March 9 the company paid $1 an'd last year paid 75 cents in each quarter plus extras of 25 cents "fir September and S1.75 in December. GM JBarbershop 'Qukrtet Known Throughout Area •: The Naugatuck Men's Chorus tonight 'jjresents the sixth annual spring concert at the Naugatuck High ,'school auditorium at 8:15 o'clock. Guests artists will be the MelOrTDears, girl barbershop quartet,. Waterbury. Officers of the chorus are: Richard Reynolds, president; Herbert Bohlin, vice-president; Walter Eibensteiner, secretary; William Pawlowskij treasurer; Clarence Carlson, financial secretary; Mr, Carlson, Arthur Hoyt and Paul Anderson, board ot directors. ' Chorus singers are: First tenors, David -Anderson', Edward White, Mr v Pawlowski, Robert Stahl, Cliff Swansori, Jack -.Lenners, Harold Zosa, Robert Hendricks; Second tenors; I. V. Olson, Herbert Bohlin, Richard Skibinski, Mr. Eitoenstein- s er, Mr. Reynolds, Sol Aordkian, Walter Davis; First bases, Edward Wyatt, - James Heavens; Bryant Kirkendal!, Leonard McGrath, Charles Brady, Seabury Hungerford; Second bases, Mr. Anderson, H. M. Johnquest, Stanley Zarnow-: ski, Chester Burtnett, fcarl Weyh, Clarence Carlson, Arthor Hoyt and Leon Smith. Th6 Melo-Dears includes 'Marga Ph'elan, tenor; Helene Cambigue, lead; Aldona Marks, baritone, and Charlotte Dodson, bass. The program includes the following: -..'..• I Hallelujah Amen, Thanks Be To Thee, p Salutaris, Visions—By The Chorus. "-•'-''• ' : • • • • • II Keep America iSingiag, I Love You Best Of All, Shine, Aura Lee— By The Melo-Dears III Deep River, Swing Low Sweet Chariot, Were You There, Do Gospel -Train—By The Chorus. IV Eight Bells, Away To Rio, Old Man Noah, Lift Thine Eyes—By The 1 Chorus. ' ..''••'•••:. v '• Moonlight Bay, I'm Afraid, Dreaming, Beautiful Isle—By The Melc-Dears. "•-'"' ''; -VI- . . Brother Will, Brother John, All Day on The Prairie, Home Oh The Range, This Is My Country—By The Chorus.- '..'.-. OK THE AIR TODAY 6 :30—WATR—Big John ana Sparky WTIC—Just Plain Bill WWCO—Adventures; "ot Clyd* Beatty ' ' WBRY—HI School' Hlllte* .WLCR—Best on Wax 6:46—WBB. Y^-curt Massey Tint* WTIC—Front Page Farrell 6:00-*AL,L Stations—News. . WBRY—E. Christy Brk fi:15^WATR—NAUG. NEWS .WWCO—Spprts Roundup ;WBRY—Penthouse Serenade ;WTJC^Strictly Sports WLCR—Supper Serenade 6:30—WATR—Von ToDel; Song *t ••• '• Day • ' . WBRY—John A. Cluney WWCO—Dinner Revue WTIC—Emile Cote Glee dub 6:4b—WATR—Al Vestro's Sports Show:; Plckett Int. WTIC~i3iStar Extra .. •' WBRY— Lowell Thomnj 7:00—WATR—News ; Headline Edi• tlon . • ' WBRY—The Looking Glass WTIC—Guest Star WWCO—Fu'.ton Lewis 7:15—WATR—Phons Your Ans *er WTIC—Album of the Week WBRY—Jack Smith Show : WWCO—Spotlight on a SUr 1:30— WATR—Lone Ranger WTIC^Kews WBRY^-Ciut) 15 WWCO—Gabriel Hw»ft»r Tr<5^WBRY—Edward R. Murrow WTIC—One Alan's Family WWCO—Newsreel : 8 :00—WATR^-Riciiard DlamonS, Prlv. - Det , ••• .-• . WTIC—Nero Wolle WBRY—Play Radio WWCO-^Baseball Tonlte 8:30—WATR—This Is You.- PBT. WWCO—Braves vs. Dodgers WTIC—Sam Spade 9:00—WATR—Ozzle & Harriet WBRY—Hear It Now WTIC—Magnificent Montague 9:30—WTIC—Duffy's Tavern WATR—The Sheriff 10:00—WTIC—Life ot Rlley WATR—Boxing: Cartier vs. Hairston WBRY—Songs for Sale 10:30—WTIC—Sports New*r««-l WATR—American Sporta Page WWCO—Music You Want 10 :45—WTIO-After the Atom Bomb 11:00—ALL Stations—News' WBRY—Russell Sumph »nd the News 11:15—WTIO-T.B.A. ~ WWCO—UN Today WATR—Dance Band Ge/ns WBRY—Radio Nlte Club 11:30—WATR—Dance Band—Gems , WTIC—Marine Corps Show 18:00—All Stations—N«WK TEUBV*SION WNIIC-TT CHANNEL « 5:00—Lucky Pup 5:15—Time for Beany 5 :30—Howdy Doody G :00—Date' at G 6:30—Faye Emerson 6:45—Sport Spotlight 7 :00—Kukla, Fran and Oille 7:30—Roberta Quintan 7:45:—Newsreel 8 :00—Mama 8 :30—We. the People 9:00—Big Story. 0:30—Henry Morgan 10:00—Cavalcade of Sports 10 :45—Greatest Fights • 11:00—Broadway Open House 11:15—News ••••• WCB8 CHANNEt S 6:00—The : Real McKay . 6 :30--The Early.'Show 7 :30--CBS Television News- ' 7 :45—Perry Como 8 :00—Mama- 8:30—Man Against Crime i): 00—Live Like ; a Millionaire 10:00—Star ol the Family 10:30—We Take Your Word 11:00—\Ni'ws of the Nlsm 11:10—Film Theater WSBT cnmitei 4 G:30—Tex and Jinx 6:55—Weather by Wetherbce 7 :00—Kukla. Fran ana Ollle 7:3U—Koberia uulnlan 7:45—News Caravan 8:00—Quiz Kids ' 8 :30—We, tht People 9:00—Big Story 9 :30—Henry Morgan • 10:00—Cavalca'dc of Sports 11:00—Broadway Open 12:00—News Widow Withdraws Insurance Suit I . A $6,000 suit flled 'by Betty Ash, Naugatuck, against the John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co.: Boston, was withdrawn yesterday from Waterbury Superior court: Mrs. Ash, widow of Harold J. Ash. Jr., who was killed in the crash of a small rented plane in Naugatuck July 13, 1949, claimed 'the insurance firm failed to pay benefits under a premium f "sued to her husband Sept. 1, 1948. « 41 MacArthur Declines Request (By United Press) General .Douglas MacArthur has declined an invitation from Bridee- port Mayor Jaspcr'&cLcvy to attend the, 1951 Barnum festival In that city. ; " . The hero-soldier said he regret- ,ted that; due to uncertainties affecting- -his : future plans he would 'be unable; to 'accept immediately an jnvitatioh to visit the city The Barnum festival was tentatively set for July 4. BIACKSTONK AUTOMATIC WASHERS immediate Delivery Limited Quantity •'.-. ' ' EASY TKKMS FURNITURE CENTER TO RIVERSIDE DRIVE NAUGATUCK, CONN. Open Every'rffglit unm B 9 All pay Mondays ; . Tel. f MO F^CTS NO AMERICAN SHOULD EVER FORGET Average number of minutes of working ,":'>.-••••• time required to purchase: ' ., V,u ". «- -''-•- ' : ' IN U; S.:-A. IN RUSSIA" lib. of flour 4.2 53.5 1 Jb. of ba«on 27.8 465.8 1 W. of tea 55.9 1,505.7 Naugatuck Chemical Division Of United States Rubber Company Serving Through Science CASUAL JACKETS Guaranteed Water Rcpellant $$.75 MEN'S DRESS SLACKS $7.95 up ENDICOTT JOHNSON LOAFERS, $5.98"" CHESTER'S OPEN TONIGUT . 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