Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 7, 1947 · Page 3
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Tuesday, January 7, 1947
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•I** •«•<( AIRLINER CRASH-LANDS NEAR JONES BEACH A NIW YORK to Lo» Angelei plant, buffeted by snow «nd wind, end prevented from landing at thru large airport*, groped back to New York, *nd with only • few minutes fuel supply left, crash-landed near Jones Beach, L. I., New York, Abovt !• a general view of the downed plane. A Coastguardsman (left) guards the damaged plane. Only two of the 18 persons aboard'th« plane were injured. (/n(ernatonart Women's Aitivjft and Social Birthday. Mrs. Charles Wclaq'n, ; 10* vCJro'ye street, entertained yeBtordoyiifterv noon at a birthday party /in•jhonor,. of Mrs.'C. G. Swanson, 214'-''jEferkaVr; enue. . '.-.•• '.*•-.•;?,;'.,'& .• -..;; ''' ' On The Air Today C:-I3 ('. in. I WTIC-WNEC—Supper Club WTIC-VVNPC Krone I'nge Fin-roll ! WATR-WJZ—Headline hltlitlon WATK-Natiff'ituck Nt-ws; .Mti.sic WWCO-VVOR -Tom .Mis H:W> |>. in. WBRY- K. Clinaty lii'lc WATK- Ni'w.i ;md Spurts Oilier StalU'iis—News fi:1.1 |i. m, WERY-\VCKri-• Alcohol und You WTIC—SSi-lctly S|ifirt!i ;WNnC -Sci-i-niuli 1 to Americii JZ -Ethol ami Ablert 3 -S,'inris Time |WOK-Bul) I2l!»on lil.'IO p. 111. US— Hfcl rj.'irb':r WTtC—Cote (Jlct- Club WATR-fhll Von Tobel; Stool; Ho ports WJX-Allcn friKicott WWCO--:MiKiu in the Air W.N'BC-Bill Stern (iM.j p. in. WBRY-VVCUS- Bob Trout, News well Thnnius VATK- Pli-nsuiv und Profit VJJi-r«iwn:iicp and Mnrlcy Wor.-Htan [.onmx |>. in. fVBr.Y-Tho Litll,' Shuw of tlu> Wi'Ck M. Barry Keegan FAMILY STKK.AMLINKl) AUTOMATIC IRON $850 LIGHT WEIGHT Pay 50c Week SCHNEERC *f c«nrr jfwiuRs^ Mold' Sf Li Shirts That G learn in the Light! Tlicy »» IllKlil. Tlirn 1" mitliillK to In mi liiiii(.fi::i|,|,v t«i- ori'd cvi-nlni; Null us u >• liiutiiliTiMl I'vijiiiij; shirt: And *» kniiw ,|n>i IHIW ID VETERANS and OTHERS Enrosl Now for Accounting K Day & Empl School Advancemen oyers are ' 'begging' ' daily for more trained !. offlce workers. The sala- • |y*s offered are unprece- v °t'II ni f01 ' Will 1>rost - •Mln-VKAK TERM . ,'ird COLLEGE "I COMMERCE 24 CENTRAL AVE. WWCO-WOR— Fulton Lewis, Jr. 7:15 p. in. VVERY— South of -the Border VVC BS- Jack Smith Show i WNI3C— News ' WATf<- Rhythm Adventures WJX --Elmer Dvni.s \VWCO— Kernels of Korn WOn~ Answet- Man 7:.S(> p. m. VVPRY-WCBS— M.Mociy Moiif WTIC-WNBC— Hollywood Theater WATR- -Spelling Domonstrution WJ/J--Boston Eluckic WWCO- "Music of Manhattan WOR— Arthur Hale 7:43 p. m. WOR— Inside of Sports ')i:0!) p. m. WBRY-WCES— Big Town WTIC-WNBC— Kudy Vallte ' \VATR-WJZ— Lum 'n' Abncr \V\VCO-\VOR— Michael Sluiyne S:13 |i, in. V'/ATP.— Conn. Sn.S Jobs: Music WJZC—ThiB IK John Jni'is 8:30 i>, 111. WBRY-WCES— ?.iu! Blanc Shov/; News WT£C-W.VRC— Date With Judy \VATR-WJ25-Tho O'Neills ., WVVCO-'V'/OK— The Fiilcon ' • •;>:<!(> p. m. WBRY-WCBS— Vox Pop j WTFC-V/NBC— An-.oa 'n 1 Andy I WATK-- So I'roufily We Hail WJH— Rex Maupin's Orch. WO R-WV/CO— News fl:lo p. in. \VATR — listen to Anne Gronier WWCO— -Norman Cloulior 0:S» p. in. WRRY-WCBS-- Godfrey's Talent ' Scouts ! 'A'TLC-WNBC- Fibber McGec WATP.-WJX -Bo; Symphony WWCO-WOR— Forum of tho A'U- 10:01) j>. in. W3HY-WCBb— Breakdown WTTC-WiXEC— Bob Hope 111: to p. m. WWCO— Winnie the Wave WOR— Upton Close II»:3I> p. ill. WBRY-WCES— Opon Hearing \VTIC- WNKC-Rcd Skolton \VATR~Hoo.Mler Hop , WJ?;..-I5ol) K.'aon \VWCO-Daucc Orch. U'O I i — Sy m phor.c t io HC-lil Jl.- III. V'.'ATH Trio Bihl:; WJ}i--I2iirI Godwin I!:<HI p. in. Af^r, Stations — T-fews II: in p. in. WI3r:Y-WC'BS---Jci!:oph C, Hnrsch WTIC-V/NBC— Harhnoss uf Wash- iiu;ton WATFi-VVJX— .Too Hasnl WVVCO— Lou Mn.sters Orch.'. ; WOK — News; Financi.i! Keporta Jl:;lll p. 111. V/BRY-W.CBS— Rochester Civic Orch. \VTIC-Polish National Hour WNBC— YCHU- UN WATR-WJH— Hal Mclnt.vro 'Orch. WWCO— Lasit Word In Sports WOK— Weiither; Colcmiin Orch, 1 1 : 15 p. m. WOI-;--C-iy Oliver Orch. I'^:IH> Midnight ALT. Stations— IN'ow.s'. 18 ATIBSTED I3i;;lil.onn men have boon nrrcst- ed In Windsor during a police raid en ;tn al!o;rctl dice jcrnmc. The men will he presented In Windsor town court Thursday night. J''KO/KN JUKKAD and 1'IK DOUGJI FOR SALK I'ATTV SUK1.],S TO ORDEU CITY BAKERY U. I'. STOM'AXJ, Prop. Mnpl;j Street . Talcphone 3078. JANUARY TUR SALE UNDER WAY 3D X BtM.V STREET Watcrl>:iry Tel. 3-3727 Venetian BJinds In Stock. II !>»» Siirvlw LEBON'S •:« No. Mnln 8*. TI-I. n-issi 1 Soil Erosion Loss Threat To World, Bureau Warns Washington —(UP)— The Department of Agriculture warns that much of the world's best productive land is washing into the; sp£\ in the fuce of a steady increase in population, which will require; more and more food. . It added, that oven thoujrh t'm< United Stales is "bettor off" than. any other nation when its tilla.hle land Is compared with its food need*, there stiJ! is "no reason fo'.' complacency." The department said bad farm- in ft practices which result in ero-' sion still are costing: the United States about 000.000 acres of prnod farm l«nd a year. This is a big improvement over the period bo- twer.n 1SD5 and 1030, when the loss avorafted nearly 1,000,000 acres a year, however. On a world-wide basis, there is only about 4.000,000.000 acres of arable left, althoujrh the population is more than 2,000,000,000 and climbing steadily. The department "said this is a real challenge to aii nations. • Aluch Land '.Wasted It said the prablaip becomes even more acute when it is recognized that muoh of the land that is arable is not top-wradc .producing soil. 'The United States is somewhat, better off from the standpoint of productive land than most nations," the department said, "even Yhe Rev. Paul W. Petei*on-, :ji iatcr of the Hillside.Congi«|Dui.6na church, read the, scripturejv'li^d < o fored prayer. Gifts \r'~ -••'•"-~^--ed the'BUQS-t.of honor, mc'nts. were i 8.ei-ved"-.-at...anriC*'t.trao lively decorated table, '•• writotj' ; ;Wa lightct} by candles, : -' • ..(.''•"w, 1 •• Among those present .w'ero.-''Mri Swansons 'daughter. Mrs. Raymon Roberts and son, Raymond,' Jr;," b Boston; Mass., the Rev, and Mre Peterson a.nd son, Mark, Mrs. .Do natis Anderson, Mrs. -Carl Ander son, Mrs. Pridolt 1 ' Anderson, Mrs Joseph Jcnzell, Mrs. Theodore Jbhn son, Mrs. P. August Johnson, Mrs Oscar Richardson. Mrs. Joseph Nygren, Mrs, ,Ann Woodin, Mrs. Harold Heacock,. Mrs Yngve Dahlin, the hostess and'gues of honor. " .,' • • Pocahontas Club ^ .-•'-. Meeting Tonight The Past Pocahontns club' wil meet tonight at 8 o'clock at the home of Mns. Clayton Davis on High street. Daytime Wear I&ceiyes; , : 'Mlaa Mary Jane Corliss,, daughter of Mr., an'd :Mie. Leon H. Corliss, 20 Second street;' -Stamfprd, iformer local residents, has been -presented the Ivy'-Leaf Award for outstanding . scholarship . at Aurora college, Aurora,, III', - : . ... --. . : : . , A -graduate of Naugatuck High school, Miss'Corliss is a sophomore -'at Aurora,[-whero she plans to-ma- 'jor in history. -The award for aca- •dehiic work graded -A minus :br ^above was given for work done during the 1940 summer or spring ^quarter. - 11 , . Birthday Party Held Last Night A birthday party was held last evening: at the ftome of Mr, and Mrs. Car, Edquist, 182 North Main | Seacock "and^MT'ca^ street, m honor of their daughter, deaconesses. Harriet, who celebrated her eighth iJirth anniversary. Games were played and refresh- Annual Meeting Of Local Church Elects Officers At the annual' meeting of the Hillside Congregational church held recently in itho church hall,.Fridolf Anderson was elected chairman of the church board, succeeding Paul V, Johnson, who- held- the post six years. *. . . Other officers elected were: Yngve Dahlin, vice-chairman; Phillip Peterson, secretary; Roy. M, Johnson, organist; Car] Ericltson and David Larson, deacons three years; Elton AbramHon, deacon two years; Paul V. Johnson, deacon one year; Che»- ':er Burtnett, Albert Curtiss and Edward Jcnzell, -trustees three years; Elton Abramson, Sunday, school superintendent; Miss Verna Anderson, primary department superintendent; Mrs. Charles Nelson G. Swanson, Mrs. Harold NAUGATl'CK NEWS (CONN.), TUESDAY, JAN. 7, INT—PACK * Temple U. Proposes $8,000,000 Growth Philadelphia (UP)—Temple Unl verslty is putting the final touch cs to an $8,000,000 expansion pro grunt. , Dr. Robert L. i Johnson, univcr sity president, said the projec would be started ' within the nex few months. The general plan will include n new $1,300,000 dental and pharmacy schecol, conEtructiori of a new wing: for Temple Hoapital and new classroom and dormitory buildings During Johnson's five-year tenure at Temple, the school's student body has grown from 12,000 o 20,030 and the permanent fac ulty increased from 400 to 750. served. Among- -those The report of the Rev. Paul W, Peterson, minister, showed an increase in attendance at services attending were: land Jeanettc and Carol Gaugler, Carl Ann Karslnski. Carl Edqulst, Jr., Robert Edquist,; . Hilda Edquist, Claire artd DorothyO'Dbnnell, Mrs, idward O'Donnell, the host and lostoss and gUest of. honor. in membership. He has cori- Student Returns' To College ' Miss . Patricia- Robinson has re- urned to her studies at Emerson ollcjre, EoHton, Mass., following a olidny vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Robinson, 02 tlliff street. eluded his third year at the local church. . • • . ' Fridolf Nelson, secretary of mjs- 'sions, reported the church partially has supported Miss Dorothy Ford, covenant missionary in Africa. New officers will be installed at ceremonies to be conducted during the evening service Sunday, Jan. 12 at 7 o'clock in the church. lesumes Medical Study In Cleveland Miss Estelle. McDonough, daugh- er of Common Peas 'Court Judge ohn F. McDonough of Millville av- nue, has resumed her medical stud's in Cleveland, Ohio, following ic holiday recess. Jrown University >tudents Return . Harris Whittcmore, 3d, son of "Mr, and Mrs. Harris Whittemore of Church street, and Charles F. Daly, Jr., son of Borough .Clerk and Mrs. GiJF. Daly of. Elm street, have returned to their studies at Brown university, Providence, R. I. Localites At Holiday Dance Move than 80 couples attended the semi-formal holiday dance of the undergraduates of tho'-Waterbury alumni chapter of the- College of New Rochclle held in the- Hotel Elton, Watei'bury. Several Naugatuck residents- were in attendance, with Miss Maj-y Margaret Donovan in charge of local reservations. Immanuel Lutheran Ladies To Elect Election of officers will be held tomorrow evening- by -the Ladies' Aid society of the Immanuel Lutheran church at a meeting scheduled for S o'clock In the church hall. Returns To Boston School Miss Nancy Anderson has returned to her studies at Katharine 'Gibbs Secretarial school in Boston after spendinR the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gunnord An dcrson of Walnut terrace. PATTERN 1570 A diagonal front closing distin- .-.i!d in le.-s Limo than any other nation in .history. We sitill hnvo enough procluc- thouuii we have ruined :TIOI-= K ood • fe" uishcs Ul 's charming daytime frock. Scallops make a nice finish. Pattern provides short or three' quarter length sleeves. Barbara. Bell Pattern No. 1370 is designed for sizes 12, 1-1, IB, 18, 20; 40 and 42. Size 14, short sleeves, requires 2 3-8 yards of 54-inch material. • ... For • thin pattern, ' send 2!TCierits in coins, your name, addross, 'pattern number and size wanted- to Barbara Bell, Naugatuck... 'Daily News, P. O. Box 99, S'tation-.G.rNcw ivc lar.'.! for our present standard of iiving—if T.VC take oirc of it. But vc cannot hope to maintain '.hose: tanclards if «-a lose much more." The United States presently has I bout '160,000.000 acres of crop and. BiK that, includes a.bout. 1CO,- 00,000 acres Unit should lie Iralnecl, cleared, irrigated or oth- improved. All T>ut about 70,00(),COO acres should be . guarded apainst orcsion. ' • York, 19, Y. SURVIVE CRACK-UP Don't miss the FALL; AND'-WINTER Issue of FASHION—52'.paRes Up-to-the-minutc ; 'f ' Chicago—CUP)—The automobiln) iDn patto ,. n story... styles by.:'<Xvell narrvin;,' Walter Houb, 3D, ar.d his knov ,. n designers... special •••beauty mother, -Mrs. Bertha Subotka, GO.'J a ; lc j home-making sections. ..-.v.froe struck aa electric suburban ti\iin. pattern printed inside thu. book. They no: only escaped injury, but'Price 25 cor.ts. . •'•''' In the car re-, (Released by The Bell Syndir.u.tfi, Senator-elect Will Leave Pitchers Home Harrisburg, Pa.—(UP)—Swords and daggers will accompany Pennsylvania's outgoing first family to Washington, but there won't be roan] for the pitchersi Gov, Edward Martin, United States Senator-elect and a collec-1 tor of weapons of nearly all wars, has decided to take his scimitars, stilettos, daggers and bayonet with 'him when he changes jcbs. But Mrs, Margin, who collects pitchers, will acrid her "Friendship collection" to Washinfrton, Pa. where an extra room will be built at the Martins' home to house it. Mrs. Martin has dubbed her pitchers "friendship collection" because they came from a great number -of donors. • She said 35 countries '.arc represented, .in ,hei- collection. Two Return To Ryder College Resuming studies at Ryder college, Trenton, !'. J., are Raymond Moleski, son. of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Moleski, Locust street; and Francis Wylong, son of Mr. and Mrs. Franlt Wylong:, Central avenue. OES Postpones Neighbors Night Neighbors Night scheduled to be held Jan. 16 by Evergreen chapter, Order of Eastern Star, has been nostponed to the Feb. 20 meeting. A regular business meeting will be conducted by Mrs. Howard Kani- erzel, worthy matron, Thursday evening, Jan. 16. two dozen m.iined intact. Inc.) At Loew's Poli Wednesday Inventor Claims 'Doorless Door" Chicago—(UP)—Leonard Z. Plc- banck, inventor, claims he has invented a "dqorless door." Ho said every home should have at least one ol them. "It really is quite simple,'-' Plc- banek said,. "First you cut a hole for a door.vmy, and then substitute a ijuli of air blasts for the door."* He said air currents would keep insects und dirit'out of..the,.house— ar)d keep the heat in. . • "There's, only one difficulty," lie said. "You got all mussed up walking through the door," Patterson Subject Of "Look" Story In the January 21 issue of LOOK, released nationally today, there is .an enlightening story on 'the TO cx- GI's, who are sitting in the 80th Congress. Among them is Congressman James T. Patterson of Naugatuck. His picture is carried in the nrti- vlc, which features one vptcran who is in Congress. The California sardine catch foi Uie acven-montli season amounts to about COO,000 pounds per fisher m'an. BINGO Tonight i And Every Tuesday Night B O'clock St. Michael's Church . Beacon Falls, Conn. Llndu Darnell, the' spitfire.,«ife singer .Chihuahua, W she appears in "My - f In rlhis Clijnn«ntliip". s(:i rtiiiR" .Wednesday. lit tlir toi'W-roli '•' t li<?- j liter, Wnterliury,'Coiui, J\IHO '"Crlmiiwl "Court."; - -,~ Al>POrNTED Hartford, Jan. 7—(UP)—The Ka tional Organization of Junioi Achievement has appointed ElUrcc J. McCabc of Manchester as J>Ta tibhal -Bold director. .... . At the present time McCabe is executive director, of the orpaniza- tion in Connecticut. He lias held this • position ..since the Cpnnccticm unit \ya3 eatablished in 1944. SKATINO Baummer's Field St. Rink Telephone 3501 ,..; yiSIT OUB NEW GIFT SHOP • For Wedding Anniversary 'and Shower-Gifto '. Sliver, China,. IJiinp.s, Vases, • • -'' •• William Schpero ' JJEWELEB IM Ohnrch Now Term Open* Jan. a, UM7 COURSES FOB Secretary, Typ'**. . Clerk Comp- tometer Operator- A Accountant THE PERRY SCHOOL Brnwn BIJ«. ] Henry Disston & Sons, .Inc. - • . , -,- • • j • , .Chain Saws., [ Delivery .from; Stock -\ ti «•** *4i Ala tint* Mrf,tSUMNLIIf>1 troots 7J S4VINC?. ST T[l S •}•>£.} '.FOB. KENT BY TJIE DAV FLOpB SANDING MACHINE ' ' " " FLOQB WAXEB ' : /Katcit :>••'••' Union City Hardware • . 38*-.CN.;ilAIN-.ST.''' "•'. ' tTiilon'CJly ':.•: . M. HntWewlch; Prop. • W...T; Stoke;, ..Mgt. LOTS OF TBANSPOBTATION New York (UP)—Travel on local ranait systems . in the United States during 1340 amounted to more 'than 3,300,030,000 miles, the equivalent of nearly ' 18 round trips to the sun, according to the American Transit:'Association statistics. Some' 23,500,000,000 passengers used subways, elevated trains, buses .and trolley cars during the year. At Strand Wed. ng ATTRACTIVi Mrs. Joan Bern: (above) i« reported to have witnessed the shooting ot Oscar Cou- lano by her husband. Dr. Diniel Berni in Bakcrsn«Id, Calif. She re. cently obtained • divorce from Dr. Berni, with Catalano »ctmf,a» her lawyer. Dr. and Mrs. Bern! later i-ere reconciled. international) FLIES TO HIGH SCHOOL Mobridgc, S. D.—(UP)—Robert I Bcckman thinks nothing of cam \ muting 120 miles to high school I He- got his pilot's license on his I 17th birthday and . is using the plane his rancher-father . bought him. . . - ; •"•-• Boasting a cast of 13 stars, and with 35 sons: hits, "Till the Clouds Roll By,", the life story of Jerome Kern, holds over for a second Waterbury week at the Strand. TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES Paper — Ribbons Carbon — Erasers Type Cleaner Any Make of Typewriters Cleaned or Repaired OFFIOE SUPPLIES Your Stationer SWEENEY'S ART and STATIOXEfcV STORE 313 Church St. Naugatuck "THERE'S Sr/tl. ONE PLUG LEFT OVER/" Don't overload your wiring iytt*m. Wh«n you build or mpdorniz* provld* AbtQUATt WHtlHQ. THE CONNECTICUT^^ LIGHT & POWER Co. A Busjftcss-Mauttd, Tmy-P^ying Company GERALD'S 107 SPRING ST. 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