Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 14, 1947 · Page 3
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uiiimim RESCUE SIDEWALK CAVE-IN VICTIM i..it aid tions 1 Suggested For School Teachers A minimum salary of $2.400 for n ;i Connecticut teachers with a ! bachelor's degree nnd a bill grant- »i.|.uOO.Mw annually for state for education will be recom- by the Semite Investigat- ins committee, according to Information disclosed during 'the wet ,|<.eiid. it wns reported annual Inspec- nil Connecticut public ill bo ursed. . of the state nitl program to provide tax roller for 101 of the state's 169 communities, to meet clurnniids for lusher -teachers' salaries and t (1 establish a provrrnm which would provide «i minimum expenditure of $KO a year for each uupll, a spokeuman eniel. .Many of the state's sclioolu, the spokesman said, are in "deptor- ab'e" condition and unolllclal sourc- ,.3 'estimate It wouli! cost at leant SSOCGO.OOO to put all Connecticut i'ch'ool huildinpi "in {rood a hapc." The (iutcrioration i;i said to have i-esultcd Ilot only ''rum wartime shoitusi'." but from prior neglect stemming from insutllcient inaiii- tcr.iince appropriations. Young Republicans To Seat Donovan Everett Donsvan will be installed president of the Nautfatuck }'{yunv Republican club at a clin- ner-meo'Jnff scheduled for Jan. 21 ,jt Strntton'a restaurant. Park Place. Other oflleors of the club will take officer at that time. Retiring president, William Ploskl and Howard Sajrendorf • are In charf,"-' of arrangements. A HOPS TIED ABOUT HIS WAIST, Charles Solino, 55, waits for rescue workers to haul him'to safety after being trapped beneath the surface by earth and concrete when part of a mid-town New York sidewalk and roadway collapsed. Three others buried with Solino at the time, were quickly freed by a police emergency rescue squad. (International) MERMAIDS MEET The Y. M. C. A. Mermaids will ,v<xo for captain nt n meeting this evening fit tin' Y pool. AH members nrc ref|UBMtcd to nttnncl. Jean Ravnscroft was elected munager at a recent meeting. Peter Paul, Inc. NAUGATUCK, CONN. Manufacturers of Nation's Largest Selling CANDIES AND CHEWING GUMS TKAIA' FOU BUSINKSS I».\V UK .KVKNINIi—M'JU' CI.A.SS JAN. ~','J AMJ KKB. :i JtLViOR COLLEGE Ofilrul AVI-. YVuturhury IMionc 4-S772 POST House Flier; Given Formal Execution Detroit (U P) — Seven common house flies were executed formally in Detroit and seemed to like it, at the start. The flies—there were 10 of them but three got away—were flown in from Cliicago, anil spen-c the night in a downtown hotel. After a last bre n kfost of" warm milk thoy wore ready for the death chamber — aj little paint-coated box. The paint was impregnated with DDT and this u-aj its official : icst It worked. For nearly 30 minutes the flies frickcd about, but nt the end or an hour they were flat on their backs, feebly kicking 1 theii leg.-;. The new paint is designed primarily 'for creamery and dairy barn use, Colorful Dish Towels Central Siberia IIUK the coldest recorded weather in the world. Mean temperature for January is ,"jG below KCI-O. Maximum cold has been reported as 93 dogroc.i below zero. " GLIDE-O-MATIC ELECTRIC IRON Automatic Control $995 CCHNEER C **CREDIT JEWELERS^ Main $» — 4 2704 Just .Received A Shipninnt Of Modern Radiators Enough for 10 Seven Room Houses Firse Come - First Served Tho Waterburj' Heating 1 Co. In Home Ilu.itlii? 3-1-3U Spring St. Phono 4-0478 Wuterhury Furnaces Cleaned anil Hrpiilred . . . Chimneys Cluuncd REED STROLLERS UlXil l.,\H Sll.DH $9.98 SPECIAL .JliVKMI.K FL'ItMTURK BEACON KIDDIE CKNTKU 73 GRAND STREET \Vtit<Tlnlry M. Barry Keegan CANDID WKDDINGS 'OS Bunk St. Willrrhnry 'oni-s Morgan Illilc. Tel, .1-5384 JANUARY PUR SALE UNDER WAY fclakeiletA 09 N. MAIX STREET Waterbury Tel. »-2737 Venetian Blinds In Mloi'k. I U»» fH-r»li» LEUON'S »7i1 No. Milln Ht. Trt. .1-7-131 REMINGTON and SCKICK ELECTRIC SHAVERS SCHICK SHAVKKSETS G. 10. Tiihlo Model Radios I'ortahli' Klf-ctrlc Record Tlu.vers G. E. Electric Kitchen and Mantle Clncks HAWLEY HARDWARE 102 CHURCH ST. cooli - HEV ENTS formation '"SCAUorRUSI • Sl«Y«JWV>lC°> 532 NORTH MAIN ST. Union City - Tel. ««88 OLLIES RADIATOR SHOP 18 PROSPECT ST. TEL. 5541 Union City AUTO RADIATORS REPAIRED, CLEANED and Re-Cored Work Called For and Delivered ALL WORK GUARANTEED OLLIK LEDUC. Prop. I'ATTERN NO. H1585 A touch of color speeds your daily choies. Embroider these six lovely towels for your kitchen, and make nr.othcr act to keep for a shower gift. Crisp, fresh linen is nn ever- welcome addition to the home. Pattern envelope contains hot- iron transfers for six designs, each about ti'' x 6". color chart, stitch illustrations'-and full directions. Just Out! Our new CO-page muKi- cclorcd "Book of'Nocdle Arts" containing .five free patterns, and many other .suggestions for dressing 'up vour home and yourself, is jus ; t off the press. Send your request for this book to the r.ddress listed below, enclosing twenty cents (20c.) in coins to cover the cost and mailing charges. Send 15 cents (coin) for Pattern No. R15S5 to PcKgy Roberts, Naugatuck Daily News, P. O. Box 100, otation G, Now York 10, N. Y. Please • include your postal zone number. (Released by The Bell Syndicate, Inc.) GOING AWAY? GET YOUR LUGGUGE At FISHER'S 111 South Main St., Waterbury L WomerVs Activities-Personaland Soiial Miss Helen Named Head Of Junior Clubf : Miss Helen Mai was"' elected president of the - newly • formed Naugatuck Junior Woman's, club at a meeting held last night in the American Legion Memorial Home, 21 Cedar street. ' Other officers elected are: Miss Phyllis Morris, vice-president; Miss Jane Garrich, secretary,- •,. Miss Eleanor Book, treasurer; Miss Arietta Durr, registrar. . ' The club is affiliated -with the Naugatuok Woman's club, and was organized for young women between the ages of 18 and 35 who are unable to attend afternoon meetings of the general club.. The nominating committee - Included: Mrs. J. E. Larkin, chairman; Miss Sarah Emery,. Miss Caroline Bentzen, Miss Eleanor Oemcke and Mrs. Edward Lowe. Members of the general club in attendance were: Mr 1 ). Clifford A. Teeple, Mrs. George W. Carroll, president; Mrs. Frederick Zonino and Mrs. William Noble. Installation of officers will be held Jan. 27. Tellers for the election were Florence Cassidy, Alice Holtberg and Betty Brennah, Fifty-Three At Club Meeting Fifty-three members of the Nau- gatu^k Woman's club Juniorettes attended a mee-ting held last night in the American Lgeion Memorial Home, 21 Codar street Mrs. Marion (Davis) Shlmer addressed the group and demonstrated the latest hair styles. A final report was presented on the December dance. The business meeting was conducted by Audrey Kerner, president. • / ! A party/w«». held'-recVn.triCihvhbn or of the .eighth birth 'annlverBiiry of . Dolores Pavao' at the 'home .• ol her' parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'Manue" Pavao, 26 .Chrlstenson '•tre'et. : ' •• Among those attending were: Judith Andradc, William •pernandes Edward, Raymond 'and : Antoinetti Pavaoi" Anthony, John," 'Maryaiin Joseph and Shirley Vlcrra, Russell Savar.d, Alice, .and-' Maryann Wasi kowlbz, Elaine Malato. ' • " ' . Barbara -Guelakia, Mary and Sil- verlo. Bai'roquetro,.. Anthony Ran- dlerp, Richard and.Naiicy Carriij^j, Dolores Vera; Patricia,' Jenny and John .Burnett, Kathleen and 'Mary- nnnp Slaly, Carol-and. PhylliB Samborski.' ; ' '•• ' ' Mrs. Schmitz In Waterbury Hospital Mrs. Elmer Schmitz of Moore avenue is a patient at the Waterbury hospital. STRISIK'S 10 Center St. WntsrnuHV Conn, GLASSWARE THE EYEGLASS SHOP C.H.Tonilinson Neary BuJldlaf Naugatuck. Conn. WHITE JERSEY' ; COTTON DIAPERS $3.39 dozen Wally's ESS. 14 SPltlNG STBEBT ' FKOZEN EBEAJ) and PIE DOUGH FOB SALE PATTY SHELLS TO ORDER CITY BAKERY B. P. STOPPANI, Prop. Mnplo Street Telephone • 8OT8 j Notes Bring Story Of Flier's Death Fort Wayne, Ind., (U P)—Notes tucked in clothing donated to war sufferers in ' Europe brought the family of Arno Riedel the story of his death in combat after official sources had failed, Arno, a gunner in heavy bombers of the Eighth Air Force, based in England, died over Hanau, Germany, on his .eighth mission on Dec. 12, 1944, when flay riddled his piano. The War Department was unable to offer further information. Mr. and Mrs. Christ Riedel, Arno's parents, wondered where he was buried. Last November, almost a year later, they contributed to a clothing shipment for Europe conducted by Lutheran churches here, Wishfuly they tuclted notes into the pockets of four garments, re- qucstion information ahou t thu burial of Staff Sgt, Riedel and his ouddies. On Dec. 12, 3940, exactly two years after Arno's death, . a letter came from Oswald Siebert, a director of relief clothing distribution at -Lanyendiebach, n o a r Hnnau. He wrote he had plucked one of the notes from an qrercoat pocket and pone to Hanau to consult the town's clergy. Siebera related he had been diroctecl to a plot at the edge of the town where nine American fliers shot down Dec. 12, 19-J-l, had been interred in com-' mon grave. American graves registration forces since had removed the bodie's for reburial in n military cemetery in France. Siebert was very grateful for the phonograph records ca bo heard The letter came to Arno's sister, Miss Bertha Riedel The' parents died this year. ' - Guest Of Honor On 8th Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Harold X. Free, Jr., of Dunn avenue, recently entertained their daughter, Robin, on the occasion of her eighth birth anniversary'. . • Games were played, prizes awarded and refreshmentss served. Re- ceiving'prizes were Bettina Grant and Ru : th' Abramson.. ' • Among those attending were: Ruby Andrews, Charlene and Thelma Andrews, Beverly Bristol,,'Jean Coe, Patricia I^nng, Patricia Henderson, Bettino. Grant, Jane and Ann Chittenden, Ruth Abramson, John Free, the guest of honor and her parents. Legion Pot-Luck Slipper Postponed The pot-luck supper scheduled to be served tomorrow evning at 6:30 o'clock by the Ladies' auxiliary, Naugatuck American Legion post, No. 17, has ben postponed to Feb. 0. A regular session of the auxiliary will be Ijeld at 8:CO o'clock tomorrow. Music Department Meets Thursday A meeting of the Music department of the Naugatuck Woman's club will be held Thurs'day eve' ning, Jan. 16, at the home of Mrs. Martin T. Lynn, 27 Walnut street, instead of at the residence of Mrs. Andrew Watson as previously scheduled. Mrs. Charles I. Fellowes will be in charge of the program, "Songs We Love to Sing," A large attendance Is expected as the meeting is the first of the- season. Medical Patient In Waterbury Minnie Clifford, 62 Cherry street, is a medical patient at St. Mary's hospital, Waterbury. Patient At St. Mary's John Currier, 190 Meadow street, is a medical patient at St. Mary's hospital, Waterbury. I Swedish League I To Meet Tonight The January meeting of the Waterbury-Naugatuck Swedish Junior League will be held tonight nt 8 o'clock in the Business and Professional Women'.? club, Wa-. lei-Bury. CHANGE NAME The Connecticut State Teachers association 'soon will be called the Connecticut Education association. The name'change is part of a reorganization plan which will be presented to the association's delegate assembly in May. Guild Bakery Sale Postponed A bakery planned by St. Michael's Guild to be conducted Friday, Jan. 17, has been postponed to Jan. 31, it was announced today. FOR YOUR FAMILY NEEDS!! NAT'S 410 North Main St. Colon City TEL. 8130 •A BARGAIN DAY A1 HERCULES & SON ' War Surplus & Used Clothing 251 South Main Street — Waterbury New NAVY Sheepskin Lined Aviation Jackets High Grade Calfskin Zipper $19,95 Front Aty . Worth S50.00 Just Arrived Big Stock . Eisenhower Jackets In All Sizes ... REASONABLY PRICED New Jungle Herringbone Trousers All Sizes $950 Worth More ... tP 4"*"" Best Grade All Wool Slightly Used 0. D. Trousers O. D. Shirts Also Many More .Values Oil Repellent' Elec, Heated Zipper' Jacket & Coverall Flying Suits Worth Many $J..5Q Dollars More... ^ SET . WATER REPELLENT Heavy Flannel Lined, zipper worth $18.00 $10-00 New Jungle Herringbone Shirts All Sizes $9.00 Worth More ... *•* USED MEN'S $Q.95 SUITS u -, : Used Men's All Wool Pants $l.oo .. $3.00 ' . ••- T.ft ^^ Si. Michael's Group To Hold Annual Meeting The annual meeting of St. Ml chad's branch of the Womah'i auxiliary will be helfl tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock In-the'par Ish house.... Ten will be served a the close of the business session with Mrs. A. E. rtubahd, chair man, and Mrs., William Lutz, hos pitaUty committee. Reports will be submitted by the following olflcers: Ml»«' Emily Sophie Brown, president; Miss Jane Twitchell, secretary; Mrs. Clarence E. Pennlman, educational secretary; Mrs. George' Barwlck, whita envelope and parish fund treasurer; Mrs: William J. Noble, United Thank offering treasurer. Mrs. F. W. Stahl, Advent Memorial fund treasurer; Mrs. George Currier, church periodical club secretary; Mrs. J. W. Brings, chairman of supply committee; Mrs: Mildred Hair, publications secretary; Mrs. Norris M. Follett, head of evening group. Mrs. Brlggs and Mrs. William S. Blakeman will icport for the nominating committee. The Rev. Winfrcd, B. Langhorst t •ector, will.conduct Ih'e service at the opening of the session, and Mrs. Lyman Lamphere will be In iharge of music. Fellowship Flans Dance A dance will be held by the Congregational church Youth Fellow- hip Friday evening-, Jan. 24, at 8 ('clock in the parish house. Nov- Ity dances are planned and refreshments will be served. OES Regular Meeting Thursday A regular business meeting of Evergreen chapter, Order of East- £rn Star, will .be held Thursday evening in Masonic Temple on Church street at 8 o'clock. Neighbors Nijfht, originally scheduled for this meeting, has been postponed to Feb. 20. Refreshments will be served at the close of t'ne business session. Girl Scout Troops Invited To Lecture All Girl Scout troops meeting Friday afternoon arc invited to attend a lecture at St. Michael's Episcopal church parish house at 3:30 o'clock. Mrs. Franklin HubBell. R., N., and program consultant, will speak on the subject of home nursing, first aid and care of the sick in general, as it pertains to work on home nursing badges. The U. S. bureau of grazing has jurisdiction over 142 million acres of range lands. NAUOATDCK NEWS (CO1W.), TUESDAY. JAN. 14. IM7—PAOK S fells How To Make 'ainily Budget Do Cambridge, Maas. (U P)—Wives ho have to toe the budget line ave been given the following; rules y Mrs. Elsie Stapleton. a budget ounselor to young- married cou- les for 11 years: 1. Be optimistic and businesslike —not rebellious — as you approach our budget-making. 2. Figure on minimum income and axinrum outgo. 3. Decide what you want most out of life. 4. Live on your own budget, not the Joneics. 5. Call the entire family in on budget diBCUision*. 6. Expect no immediate miracles. Your budget won't be accurate on the first draft. Roughly speaking. Mrs. Stapleton says that one-third of a family's income should go tor housing, one-third 'for food, IS per cent for clothes and cleaning, 10 per cent for savings and 10 per cent for fun. Asia produce*, about 96 per ccn-t of the world's lupply of rice. "RED TAG" CLEARANCE R U LOOKING FOR BARGAINS? COME IN — WE'VE GOT *EM Glassware — Waste Baskets — Bed Lamps Novelties — Pottery Each Item on Sale Has a "Red Tag" DON'T WAIT — THEY'RE GOING PAST THE CARD and GIFT.SfiOP. , SWEENEY'S ART and STATIONERY STORE FREE COOKING SCHOOL IN THE DEMONSTRATION AUDITORIUM OF THE CONNECTICUT LIGHT & POWER CO. FRIDAY/JANUARY 17th 2:15 P. M. MARTHA LOGAN Home Economist, Swift & Co., Chicago, well- known food consultant, will present her interesting and helpful program "Tested Table Treats" —a variety of appetizing, nutritious and satisfying dishes. . '•• MARTHA; LOGAN ". DON'T MISS THIS EVENT! Apricot Upside-Down Cake, Celery Crescents, Coconut Butterscotch Pie, and n delicious, tempting Swedish Meat Ring will be prepared. Correct deep fat fry ing- techniques will he. demonstrated by the preparation of Pecan Tea Doughnuts. Easy to prepare, these foods are so attractive that they may,be used for party faro. . "In this period of varying shortages, the homemaJcer has many problems which call for the use of imagination and ingenuity in planning, preparing and serving- those three, good meais a day," Martha Logan says. "We are trying particularly to help with the problem'of shortages of sugar and of shortening/' The-prepared foods will be distributed as prizes and there will be recipe booklets for all. • • Come, And Bring Your Friends! TH E CONNECTICU IGHT& POWER Co. A Business-Managed, Tax-Paying. Company

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