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•'nil. Personal—Social IN SPOTLIGHT AT POULTRY SHOW ln . st. Hedwig's nv " Group Elects .[,-s Mjiry Zupatka was re- ^cM^ent^^tho^ary^ for 'ft«r. frotn 'Dr, tt dety St ' Hedwi «' l! church at the annual mcotln}; held ycster- "lav afternoon in the church hall. her oillcers elected were: Mrs, Grantcn, vice-president: Mr*. jliry Stella PluROkcckn. secretary: Mrs. Hlpolke CsMipllcUl, treasurer: Mrs. * ws n Mis. ar J and Mis. Mary Kick visiting com- next muuUnft will bo hold f>b 2, with the Hpoakoi 1 to bo announced. Belmont, Mass. Rector Speaker Thursday Night Thi> Rev. Cuthbort Fowlor, rector of St. Andrew's church. Belmont, Masj., will spouk on the subject, "The Stories of the Carols" at the monthly meeting; of the evening group of St. Michael's Woman's auxiliary Thursday evening, Jan. y at 7:45 o'clock. An organist nnd choir director, tho Rev. Fowler Is ono of the leading authorities on ecclesiastical music In the diocese of Massachusetts, SlnglnK of carols by those present will be Interspersed with brief sketches about the well- loved examples of church folk music. The Row. Fowler is' the brother of Mrs, Norris Foliclt, head'of the evening ffroup, who will preside at [ ll at 7:3(> o'clock, the HOssi.-m. Used ftreetinp cards and postage; stamps may be brought to tha Mary Lima Engaged To Wed Mr, an 11 - VIrl) ' lr '' an! < Lima, 32 po'nj' street, announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary, to Ceo'rtfo Budrinowskl. son of Mrs, idum Burtnlnowski of Waterbury, %•„ date has bo«n set for the wed- mooting or left at the parish hous ' (marked "Auxiliary." The greetin Vis, Umn attended the Naufja- (cards will bo. sent to missions ii tuck .school* and is an employe of the mountains of Virginia ihe f. S- Rubber Co. Mr. Budr.in- owskl Is employed at the Scovlll ifanu'acturinjr Co. Marine Women Plan Card Party Plans for a public card party to be held Jan. .17 in Odd Fellows hall were formulated at a recent meeting of the Women's auxiliary of the Afarlne Corps League. A corde handbag will be awarded .at the party, Mrs. Harry Kreidler and Mrs. Joy Schlesinger have been- named co-chairmen. During the business meeting conducted, by Mrs. Frank Clark, president, a report of the rules committee was presented. Mrs! Samuer Harper was named captain of the guard, and tho following ways and means committee, was appointed: Mrs. ' Kroldler,. chairman; Mrs. Softies; neei-, Mrs. Harold Ash and Jean .Gorman. A brief business session will be held prior to the card, party Jan. Entertains At Holiday Party A New Years party was held at the home ot: Mrs. W. H. Paul, BB Oak, street. Games were played, carols sung and a grab batr presented- .Refreshments were served. Among ..those '•': attending-. were: Jacqueline. Stinson, Hartney Free- •m'a;n, Lonriea.' Ostrom; Charlotte Ployd, Audry .Gabriel, Barbara Trmrston, Shirley Johnson, -Mary Stokes, Helen Presto.. Shirley v Qog- jln, Reta Staviffer, Constance Stauffer, Joan Long, Klleen Moore Clarice Moore, Rosalee Farrar,' Lee featon, Eugene. Doughty, Edward Vhlte, Leonard Krullkoskl, David teed,. James Buckley, .Joseph "hanloy. An nv«roi?e state governor In about 31 years old. Entertains At Party fets AT ONCE to relieve DUE TO COLDS >MM*k*d ky thousand* of Doctors! la Ktenttflcally prepared Mr.f, Harold W, Brown, president of the Waterbury Wellcsley college club entertained at a party Friday afternoon. Violin selections wore presented by her son. David Brown, accompanied by Barry Taxman. , Members and guests present from Cliu borough wei-e: Mrs. Willis F. Ciiddlnff.'i, Mrs. W.llliam G. Boles, Miss Emily Sophie Brown, Miss }-etxy Brown, Mias Margaret Baldwin and Miss Fredcrlcka Brown. Kennedy Circle TO J to Mt at once —not only to roltovt gut) coutfhlQK but also to louuon i i miiko tt easier to | Hold Open Meeting SB/* tind mighty effective for An open meeting of Kennedy bfttoM ftnd yoong. Pleasant tasting! BASKKTUAI-I, KNKK J*AI)S und UMFOHM BAGS NAUQATUCK SPORT & AUTO SUPPLY "BUSS" WEAVING, Prop. Wlnslow Court T«L 3SM Circle, Daughters of Isabella will be held tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock in the Knights of Columbus rooms In the Neary building. i'All members and their friends are invited to attend. Refreshments will be served. M, Barry Keegan FAMILY •fHOTOGHAfJIER IW Hunk St. Wutvrhiiry I Jooe» Morgan Ulilg, Tel. 4-58*1 JANUARY FUR SALE UNDER WAY 99 N. MAIN STKEKT Waterbury Tel. 8-2727 Ladies' Aid Meeting Postponed The monthly meeting of the La file's Aid society of the Salem Lu theran church, scheduled for Thurs day afternoon, ian. 9 at 2;3po'clock at the homo of Mrs, Matthew Brick son, 310 Hillside avenue, "has been postponed until next • month, Mrs Victor Olson, precident, announced today. ' " Local Boy Leaves For U. Of Michigan George L, Wigplesworth, Jr., son of Mr, and Mrs. .G. L. \ViSEles- worth, 68 Oak street, left by plane Saturday for the University of Michigan, where he will major in engineering. Another son, Donald, las resumed his studies at Trinity college, Hartford. Returns To Junior College " •:'- - 1 -Miss Patricia O'Donnell has resumed, her studies at Green Mountain .Junior college, Poultney, Vt, after spending' tha holiday recess with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward O'Donnell, 15 Maple terrace. Miss O'Donnoll rocently , was awarded her second scholarship by ;he school. JANUARY 15 TAX QUIZ By FRANK W. KRAEMER Collector of Internal Revenue NO J OF A SERIE8 THISf SWANS are one. ol the main feature attraction at thq annual poultry'8how being held in Madison Square Garden, New York City. They wtr« hatched in a soecial incubator. (International) Beacon Falls Couple Engaged •Mr, and Mrs, Walter Dobosz of Railroad avenue, Beacon Falls, arW nounce the, engagement ot their :aujjhtor, Waridu, to Stanley Lod- <:iato, son of .Mrs. Stella Lodzlato.of Railroad avoue. l-Jo date has been ct for the wedding. •Miss Dobosz is a graduate ot •Jaugatuck High school and Mr. ..odziato graduated from Boys High school, Brooklyn, N. Y, Survey Shows Call For College Men Evaoston, 111,'—(UP)— A prcat post-war demand is developing to;- B29's Tab Weather On 2,400-Mile Ron Fall-field, Cal. (UP)—"Operations Stork"—the AAF's way of desig- cngineeM, chemists, salesmen and natingr the 59th (very long range) Resumes Studies At Academy Donuld G. MncVicar, Jr., has re- urned to Deerfield academy, Deer- ield. Mass., after spending the holi- ays with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. D. G, MacVicar, North Church trect. Rubber Co. Girls' Club Meets Tonight The January supper-meeting of the U. S. Rubber Co. Girls' club will be held tonight, with supper to be served at Hall's restaurant at G o'clock. W Kverrtt Moll, dirccttor of the Watcrbry Civic theater, will be ost speaker.at the mooting: .scheduled for C:CO o'clock in the club rooms In the central oflice. Spent Holidays On Long Island Miss Helen Mai of Millyllle spent thi> New Year's noiiaays in Forest Hills, Long Island, N. Y. It was erroneously reported she attended a holiday house party in Cotton Hollow. , the "Reborn Prance" Next Avery Lecture "Reborn France" will be subect of the next lecture to be given by Miss Eunice Harriet Avery Monday afternoon, Jan. 27 at 3:45 o'clock in the Congregational parish house. Miss Avery's tuiks ure sponsored by the Women's Study club. Naugatuck Final Teen-Age Committee Meeting Final meeting of. the teen-age New Year's dance committee will no held tonight at 7:30 o'clock in St. Cecelia's hall. All members arc (.'quested to attend and make final returns. Resumes Studies In Indiana Miss Irene Kuraitis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Kuraitis of Rubber avenue has returned to her studies at Valparaiso university, Vaparaiso, Ind.,. after spending the holidays with her parents. Millville Library Group To Meet A business meeting of the Mlll- ville Library association will be held tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock j at the home of Mrs. Raymond Erickson, it. was announced today by Mrs. Albert Brewer, president. All officers arc requested to attend, and residents of the section invited. *0« Kft\T 13V THE DAY FLOOR SANDING MACfllNJO ----- o ----- KI.OOK WAXKU - --- 0 -- RvHMomihli! JCiitr.i Union City Hardware 3M N. MAIN ST. Union City M, Itutlclrwldi, Prop. W. .1. Stokes. Hospital Patient In New Haven Carl Weyh, 131 Scott street, is n patient in St. Raphael's hospital, New Haver., Just Arrived!! |Auto Pulse Electric Oil Range Pump For |)iini|iiii x oil direct f rom Mllttr lu runi;c or hfiitcr wltli out the HMO of Jug* or contaln- »M. 1'unips are rntlri'ly uiito- lm»tli\ xlmjiiu and clt.-un and cun Inatullinl quickly und neatly inxteUi.^1 <,u!ckly and nwitly-. »l pump from any sl*u cellar ,, oil t»nk or drum, o,, hi 3 hours In uvci- home. Punui now on hand: I*™ f*tinmti>N. ianny Giraldi <"Ih St. Ti-1. VISIT Ol/'R NEW GIFT SHOP For Wedding Anniversary nnd Shower Glfta . . , Silver, Oiina, luimps Vuxc.s, Etc, $1 William Schpero .TKWEI,K« 180 Church Street Venetian Blinds In Slock. I IIBV Mcrrlf* LEBON'S 170 No. Mnl» HI. Tfl. a-7!i$l Wuttrbury >******•**• »****»*»* SK.vriXU Baummer's Field St. Rink Telephone 3501 :n.s ,i n n. 3, 1947 COURSES F01S Comp- Operator i Accountant THE PEREY SCHOOL * »'"«• W.urbuw Shirts That Gleam in the Li#ht! They look well by day as well as niifht. ThiT(> Is nothing to do justice to an Impeccably tailored evening suit on a faultlessly laundered evening shirt! Arid wn know jiittt how to do them for best results! AMERICAN *^* /. t / \ II l! ) .• ^ Waterbury $850 STREAMLINED AUTOMATIC IRON LIGHT WEIGHT Pay 50c Week CCHNEERC %^CR»DIT JEWELERS^? Reading 100 Books To Be Basic Rule Of New College Pittsfield, Mans. (UP)—A daring educational innovation based on "the ICO best books of ancient and modern thought" will spread from Maryland to Pittsfield by September, 1947, when 300 students will attend a new college operated by "Liberal Arts. Inc." The new institution, to be established on a 700-acre estate fronting for nearly a mile on Stockbridge Lake, will be headed by Dr. Stringfellow Earr, who largely is credited with this new approach to liberal education. It was Dr. Bsrr who introduced the organized reading of 300 volumes of the best from Homer to :hc present day at St. John's College in Annapolis, Md., in 1937. He rms resigned as president of that r-Etitution to found the offshoot here,' Endowed wih $,(,C,'00,000 by Paul V. Mellon, son of he late secretary of the treasury Andrew W. Mellon, the new Liberal Ai-ts College will be situated on the old Dan R. Hanr.a estate, about a mile and a half from Tanglewood, thu home of Serge Koussevitzky's Berkshire Festival, The property already includes about 30 buildings including I- inn und dormitories, where the law John E. Parsons, a New York la%y- yer, maintained a home for fresh air children. Announce Birth Of Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Harding of Scranton, Pa., announce the birth of a daughter, Margery, Jan, •J. Mrs, Harding is the former Msrgery Squires, daughter of Mrs, I Frank A. Squires, 31 Park avenue. Girl Scout Leaders To Meet Tonight A Girl Scout Leaders meeting will be held tonight at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Henry Ackerman, 1-10 Walnut street. Duotoned Warmth .men viitK- general. business training, according to a survey conducted' by the bureau of placement of Northwestern' University. Frank- S. Endicott, director, released results of the survey, which indicated a 51 per cent increase over 1940 in the number of Inexperienced college and university graduates who would be employed by business ar.d industry next year. 'Endicott said the survey was based on information from 110 companies and indicated that 90 firms estimated their needs for inexperienced college graduates during 1947 at 4,287, an 'average of 54 per company. The firms Included manufacturers and distributors, department stores, banks, insurance companies, oil and rubber firms, public accounting firms, chemical concerns, airlines ar.d public utilities. , The greatest need in 1947 will be for engineers, according to the survey, with 2,315 of them needed by the 90 companies in the follow ing order: chemical, mechanical electrical, civil and aeronautical. Second only to 'the need for en gineers will be that for men with general business training rcccivec in schools of commerce or of liberal arts. Chemists and salesmen place third and fourth, spec-lively. An oversupply in certain fields was predicted by -18 pel- cent of those Who answered the questionnaire. Continued shortages in other fields were predicted by 47 per cent. Fields in which an oversupply Was forecast included personnel work, business administration, accounting, • industrial engineering and advertising. Shortages were predicted in engineering, chemistry, physics and secretarial work. Now At Strand IA/ SoulS Main St — 4 2204 PLAY POOL and Bowl at the R & M ALLEYS ISO MAPLE 8TKEET Jeanne Crain (above)', Lynn Barl nnd Glenn Lankan provide the In Twentieth Century -'. Technicolor comcdy^Iraina "Margie," now at the Strand theater. Wuterbury. Tito companion feature Is "Dangerous Millions," featuring Kent Taylor and Dona Drake, '.. PATTERN NO. R2493 Tic the scarf at a rakish angle and add the gay mlttons. You will be as warm as toast wearing: this crocheted set, yet it' is smart enough, -to compliment your best coat. Try daring colors — black trimmed with fuchsia, perhaps. It Is wonderful spice for your wardrobe. Pattern envelope contains stitch illustrations and 'comple-te, easy-to- follow directions -for the above. Just Out! Our new 60-page multicolored "Book of'Needle Arts" containing five free patterns, and many other suggestions for dressing up your home and yourself, is just off the press. Send' your request for this bock to the address listed below, enclosing twenty cents (20c.) iu coins to cover the cost and mailing charges. Send 15 cents (coin) for Pattern gatuck Daily News, P. O. Box 100, Station G, New York '19, N, Y, Please include your postal zone number. (Released by The Bell Syndicate,' Inc.) That Elk Meat Offer Was Just In Fun Evanston, Wyo. (UP)—Mrs. E. F. Hendrlckson of Evanston didn't expect the response she got from her offer to swap 350 pounds of Wyoming elk meat for sugar. It was during the critical daj-u of the meat shortage. Sv.-ap offers, she says, came in, (from Vermont, New Orleans, San ! Antonio and Kentucky after tlie United Press spread her proposition around the country. After all this, Mrs, Hcndvickson said she was just kidding. Swapping Wyoming game is against the law. Reconnaissance Squadron's Job of storm hunting—is hard and dangerous work. Every day one of the squadron'! B-29's . polices a 2,400-mile beat from the Fairfield-Suisun army air base to Anchorage, Alaska. For 1,260 of the miles, the weat coast's only active air weather recording- team flies just 500 feet above the Pacific. The plane leaves the JTairfield base at 3 n, m. every other day and takes about 12 hours to. make run. After about six hours of r the ocean surface it to 10,000 feet, taking weather readings as it passes each 1,000 foot mark. The trip is completed at this altitude while crew''mcmbers study cloud coverage, approaching storm fronts, icing conditions, high altitude wind direction, velocity end turbulence. Every hour, temperature, dew point and humidity findings are radioed to weather stations in this country and Alaska. The following morning a second plane with a frcch crow takes off from Anchorage on the reverse run. Observations on this leg- are taken at exactly the game spots as 1. Q. Is January. IS a Fedeto. tax date? A, Yes, for about one out o every five income taxpayer*. 2. Q, Which taxpayer* mil* (lie and pay by January 15? A. Three groups as follows a. Farmers—required to cslimat their 1946 tax and pay in ful b. Business and proftssional peo plo, inventors, landlords, etc.- required to pay faatence ot e« tlmated tax, if any, due on i previously-filed estimate; if n previous estimate was filed foi 1940, one should be filed now to avoid penalty; if previously filed estimate was short of correct Ux by more than 20 per. cent, an amended estimate should .be filed now to avoid penalty.. c. Xyage-earncrs — most wage- earners are not affected by January 15. They are affected only if (1) they "had over 1100 income from sources outside their wages, or (2) if their wages were not subject to withholding- (Such 03, domestic' servants, farin laborers); "or (3), their wages exceeded $5,00 plu* (500 for each the day before, leaving no growing storm to its own resources for long. Crew members included on these grueling flights are a pilot, co-pilot, navigator, weather forecaster, radar observer radio operator,' left and right scanners and a crew chief. Emergency equipment carried by each crew member includes a life jackt, survival suit, artic jackt, a parachute and a one man exemption except their own (for ! example, $6,000 in the case of a man with a wife, and o,ne dependent child). If affected by January 15, a wage-earner is required to do the same thimj listed for businessmen in the preceding: paragraph, 3. Q. Wh*t is the connection between this January 15 filing and the usual March 15 filing? A. The January 15 filing- date Is for 1946 ''Declarations of Estimated Tax" on Form 1040-ES and applies to about onc-H/th of the taxpayers. March 15 is the deadline for filing 1946 final income tax returns on Form 1040 or W-2 and applies to all taxpayers. 4.. Q, Can I avoid filing January 15 and again on March 15? A. Ves, if you file your final return and pay your tax by January 15, it will serve both as 3 declaration and a return. Tomorrow: How to Ale new or amended estimate. AlONO the Ntnking Road In Shan*, baj, China, • hungry, poorly clothed^ Chlneit youngster find* r«»pit« from hit misery In the d<xirw«y of a houl. H«. WM left thm by hie mother while cbi begged coins from llnt*nalional\ MI>1>-CHANGING EXPENSIVE Chicago -—(UP)— It coat Steve Horoiinski $15 to change hi* mind about who robbed him of $210, At a detective line-up identified a sus- ect ' as the man who took the money. When he appeared before udge Charles S. Dougherty he ra.sn't so sure. The case was dismissed and Horoziniki was fined $15 for wasting the court'* time. About 10,000 pernons die in fires' each year In the U. S. •13' Ithough the 59th was only activated a year ago, it has already proved itself of tremendous value in accurate, scientific wcathcr'prog- nostication. LEAVES 194 DESCENDANTS .Erookville, Ind. —(UP)— Mrs Harriet Marcum died at 7C, leaving 194 descendants. She was survived by five children, 64 grandchildren 113. great-grandchildren and 1] great-great-grandchildren. The Mississippi river has about 40 navigable 'tributaries. Gives Royal Views SHOWN at an Interview in h«r New York hotel mite, Princess Irene ojl Greece telU reporters that'what hei country bce'ds most to settle iti present difllcultie* is "less political Interference and more bread." Th« Princess i* the wife of Prince Peter •rid first cousin, by marriage to the CrceJcUng. - Hawk-Pheasant Brawl Puts Meat On Table Lakin, Kan. (UP)—Mrs. Margaret •lurst might not be a Tight fan but she came out the winner when sh turned a spat between two hawks and a pheasant into a free- for-all. The farm wife spotted two hawks wrangled with a cock pheasant in the Hurst field. She got into the fight, beat off the hawks «nd chased the harried pheasant into a haystack. Result: Pheasant for the family. ATTENTION SALVADOR DAW North Bend,. Ore,—(UP)—Paint- I ins* displayed by Mrs. Edward Fourier, artist-housewife, revealed an unusual .technique. Using meat-wrapping paper 'as a canvas, her finfrers as;a brush, and a solution of cornstarch, water and cal- somine, Mrs. Fourier demonstrated the creation of some "modern istlc impressions." "IS" JINX HITS AGAIN Indianapolis —(UP)— The jinx has done it again. A few hours after Herbert P. Kenn'ey was informed his 1947 automobile license number would be'"Star 13," he received, a ticket for disobeying a traffic signal. It was his first traffic violation in more than 30 years of driving. TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES Paper — Ribbons Carbon — Erasers Type Cleaner Any Make of Typewriters Cleaned or Repaired OFFICE SUPPLIES Your Stationer SWEENEY'S ART and STATIONER!' STORE 13 Church St. S//CP •COLONIAL DI 43 Center Waterbury • Phone 3-1542 • Gracious Charm in Maple For gracious living,, for comfort — smartness . . . American home-makers love Maple . . . and they know WILBAR as a famous, dependable name foi- fine maple. Shop at Waterbury's only exclusive maple shop, where you will find a complete line of bedroom, dining room, dinette and kitchen furniture in. solid maple. Our Bes^ Wishes For A Happy Mew Year Opon Ev'n» By Appointment Budget PUn Your Purchase Peter Paul : Inc. NAUGATUCK, CONN. Manufacturers of Nation's Largest Selling CANDIES AND CHEWING GUMS REGISTER NOW New 'Term Starts Mon., Feb. 3 CALL, WRITE or PHONE FOR DETAILS COLLEGE 24 Central Ave. Waterbury Phono 4-8772 v ELECTRICAL NEEDS Electric Appliance Op. 1244 Baldwin St Wat. — Tel. 4-4242 FILLED COFFEE CAKES TASTY CRISPY ROLLS CITY BAKERY B. P. STOPFANI, Prop. Maple Street Telephone S97J GERALD'S 107 SPRING ST. Can Furnish Immediate Delivery on: ADMIRAL and CRO3LEY CONSOLE COMBINATION RADIOS TEL. 2651 ADMIRAL, SONORA and OLYMPIC TABLE MODEL RADIO COMBINATIONS ZENITH, EMERSON, STEWART-WARNER CROSLEY and WESTINOHOUSE TABLE MODEL RADIOS PROCTOR NEVER LIFT and SAMPSON ELECTRIC IRONS — ELECTRIC IRONS $7.50 up HOOVER, MCALLISTER, PREMIER and MAGIC AIRE VACUUM CLEANERS

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