Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 10, 1947 · Page 5
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 5

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, January 10, 1947
Page 5
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WHAT CAUSIS • PILEPSY? ^oQkltt conjoining !h» opinion} of fa* ut doeiori on Ihii inltrcslinfl lubitcl ,111 b« i«"> f i, ait' writing jj7 Kit* >«.. 10 lh« Edu<olionol Oivillon. N»w York, N. Y., Dapi Malleable Founders' Society Establishes Honorary Award On The Air Today f Chrysler and Plymouth^ 0. M. C. Truck* J. C. Raytkwich, JR. J ACCESSORIES Repairing 106 SOUTH MAIN ST. TelDpliunn 4OIMI "I"U A 1 3:43 p. in. WTIC-WNBC— Fi-oiu Page Farrell \\-fi T?--Naupntuck News WJZ—Tennessee Jed i \r ,,-lJO-l. V->< - ,'0111 MiX 6:00 p. in. ly tn the Individual rendering most 'WBRY—E. Christy hJrk, News meritc-rious service to thr malic- WATR—News nnd Sports uh!o i'.-on Industry, was announced Other her'! today in behalf of the Malle-! inarahlishmnr.t of an honorary known nx the Charles H, McOrca Modal, to be given annual- • 25% ' Reductions On LAMPS NAUGATUCK HARDWARE NKAKV ftCHLDITVG TEL, 5213 nbli Founders' Society by L. A, Diljhlo, president. The Eastern Mnlloablo Iron Company. :' The medal is presented to the 1 Society by Nation:! Mallosble an-.l fiti'd Cn.stin.q-s Company, 78-year- old fouricfr.y'.org:inlzal!on, in memory of its late president, on outstanding figure in the'industry and a director of t'np Malloable Founder.". Scciety from 1939 until his dentil in 1!MR. The recipient will be cho;en eich year >>'/ a committee fif flvr; members of the Society, u-ith I'.ic prositlent ns chairman, inn! presentation will he made at tin 1 annual meeting in June. Trio purpose, of the award ac- ("irding to the Society, Is "to en- eouiage and .stimulate Individual wToi't in the progress and development of the arts and sciences practiced in the production of malle- a!jl>> iron castings," No restriction is placed upon the field of endeavor within the industry beyond rrrnlering meritorious service. Candidate?, must he employed by a member Compjny ol' the Society or •y it.-i staff. Tim Malleable- Founders' Society is the oldest industrial association iimonu' producers cf castings. Thf- iirj,'anixation wns formed in 1S97 ] "on the basis o!' improving; the product am.1 tiyinK to m.iUc cer'.Min that every malleable casting made I'M •-.' ihe highest, quality." 'n calf WRIGHT Old-shoe comfort in one of the smartest styled shoes you've ever seen. What is the secret? E. T, Wright's 14 patented features of design and construction. SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY NEARY BUILDING NAUGATUCK, CONN. Stations—News ti:13 p. m. WERY-WCBb—Kepon from Washington WTIC—Musical Appetizers >V«'r>n—Pfre!);ir'r> !u American WATR—Music of Today , .» .^--jtitiiui unU Albert WOR—Bob Elson WWCO—Sports Time «::«) p. tn. WERY-WCES—Red Barber. Spurts WTIC—Prof. Schi'iilier WATR—Phil Von Tube! WJZ—Alien Pruscou WOR- News \V\VCO-Muaic In the Air WNDC—Bill Stern, Sport:' U:4C p. ni. WCRY-WCES—Bub Troill. Nf-w.s WT1C-WNEC—Lowell Thomas W.TZ—Lawrence & Marloy WATR—Pleasure & Profit ,v^n— : Stu,n L.Ornax 7:00 |>. m. WBRY—The Little Show WCBS—Mystery or thn Week WTIC-WNBC—Supper Club WATR-WJX—Heudlino Edition WWCO-WOR—Fulton Lowis. Jr. 7:IS p. m. WBRY—Brass City Veteran WCBS—Jack Smith Show WTIC-WNBC—World News WATR—Rhythm Adventure* WJS5—Elinor Davis WOR—Answer Mun WWCO—Zarins Orch. 7:80 -p. in. WERY-WCBS—Spiirkle Time W'f'rC—CJui/. of Two Cities WNBC—Barry Wood Show WATR-—Phone Your Answer WJK—Tho Lone Ranger WOR—Henry J, Taylor WWCO—Your Land and Mine 7:45 p. m. WNBC—Kaltenborn. News WAR-.-Show Tune Time WOR—Inside or Sports WWCO—Voicc of Prophecy 8:00 p. m. WBRY-WCBS—Baby SnoDUs WTIC-WNBC—Highways in Melody WATR-WJZ—Fat Man WWCO-WOR—Burl lye's Show 8:15 p. ni. WWCO-WOR—Vera Holly Sinprs 8:30 p. m. WER.Y-WCBS—Thin Man VVTIC-WXBC—Allan Young WATR-WJZ—Your FBI WWCO-WOR—Love Story Theater 0:00 p. in. WBRY-WCBS—Ginny Simmo WTIC-WNBC—People Are 'Funny WATR-WJZ—Break the Eanl; WOR—Gabriel Heatter WWCO—News I 9:13 p. m. WOR—Real Stoiies WWCO—Lou Master's Orch. 9:30 P. in. WERY-WCBS—Durante & Moore WTIC-WNBC—Walt/. Time WATR-WJZ—The Sheriff WOR—Bulldog Drummond 10:00 p. m. WBRY-WCBS—It Pays to be Ignorant WTIC-WNBC—Mystery Theater WATR-WJZ—Eoxinf,' Bouts WOR—Spotlight on America WWCO—Dance Orch. 10:80 p. m. WBRY-WCBS—Mni.sit! WTIC-WNBC—To be announced WATR-WJZ—Sports Pay.! WWCO—Mset the Press WOR—Symphonettc 11:00 p. ni. 1 ALL Stations—News J1.-15 p. m. WERY-WCBS—Joseph C. .Harsch WTIC-WNBC—HarkiieHS of Was,.- in(jton WOR—News; Finance Reports WWCO—Herb I^LKowshi's vjrch. 11:30 p. m. WBRY-WCBS— Blue Ban-on Orch. ! vVTIO-WNBC—World Affairs i WATK-WJZ—Gems; Beneko Orch. • WOR—Weather; Lombardo Orch. 12:00 Midnight ; ALL Stations—News Similarity In Names Confuses Ohioans Columbus, O, (UP)—The 'Ohio electorate has voted Itself Into a contusing situation. Confusing to many Ohiolans is the similarity in names of Tftonna* J. Herbert nnd Paul M. Herhevf. both winners in the recent else 1 lions, Thomas J. Herbert of Cleveland s tho povernor-elect and Paul M. Herbert, Columbus attorney, is the .lieuliinant-jrovprnoi'-cJocu They i iare not related. NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.). FRIDAY, -IAN. 10, lf»4;—I'AGK 5 Scouts Cancel Snow-oree, Plan Skating Carnival The Boy Scout Snow-orco, sched- .ulud for this week-end, has been poftponod, ii was announced today by Fr?y Pray, chairman of the committee in charge, Mr. Pray said the lack of the needed (\ve Inches ol 1 snow and the current severe cold weather wore responsible for the po.s".poninj,' of the overnight cnmpir.),' tdp, which was to Have, taken placo at Schildgen' ffrove. A skating carnival will be subsli- Lutiid for the Snow-urea, Mr. Pray •}.ikt. Thi> c.'jrr.lvr.l will be hpld at lluummer's rink Saturday after- neon at. 2'clock. Scouts in uniform ->r in formation will he admitted I'roe of charj-ifi. REGISTER NOW New T«rm Starts Mon., Ffil). 3 CAJ,L, WRITE or PHONE FOR, DETAILS JUNIOR 24 Central Avn, Wnti-rhury Phone 1-8772 SHOP MERE AND SAVK! • CttlHS IK CVRKIAfiKS • HIGH CHAIRS 9 ROCKERS • PI,AV YARDS • TAYLOR TOTS BENSON'S Waterbury's Friendly Deportment Store" JANUARY THRIFT PARADE SHOP ISO SOUTH MAIN ST. WuUirliury Ready For Saturday Customers Men s Cold Weather Specials GERALD'S APPLIANCES 107 SPRING ST. TEL. 2651 Can Furnish Immediate Delivery on: ADMIRAL and CROSLEY CONSOLE COMBINATION RADIOS ADMIRAL, SONORA and OLYMPIC TABLE MODEL RADIO COMBINATIONS ZENITH, EMERSON, STEWART-WARNER CROSLEY and WESTINGHOUSE TABLE MODEL RADIOS PROCTOR NEVER-LIFT and SAMPSON ELECTRIC IRONS — ELECTRIC IRONS $7.50 up HOOVER, MCALLISTER, PREMIER and MAGIC AIRE VACUUM CLEANERS Men's Buffalo Plaid Shirts « -, Special Regular Price $10.00 Warm, comfortable shirts nicely tailored of ]00?o wool. 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FLOOR WAXER o— — . Reasonable; Rate* Union City Hardware 38+ N. MA TV ST. Union City M. Ratklewlch, Prop. .. W. J.. Stokes, .Mgr. , : Boy's Sheeplined Coats « i ^1000 Special xv Regular Price $15.39 Miide of wenlhor resistant fflbnci? with t'nr collar, (iroon only. Sixes 10 (o 18. Boys' Bath Robes Made of 75% wool In colors of navy and wine. Sizes 7 to 14 years. Boys' Overcoats Nicely tailored of wool fabrics with colorful plaid lin- inprs, Colors of tan nnd brown. Sixes G. 7 and 1 8 only. Special $500 Boys' Sweat Shirts Groy only. Sixes 12 to 10. Special $goo Regular Price $9.86 SECOND FLOOR Regular Price £12.98 SECOND FLOOR Special Regular Price $1.29 SECOND FLOOR

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