Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 18, 1947 · Page 3
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Saturday, January 18, 1947
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Rasche Attends New Haven School Survey Committee Meeting Ralph Rasche. office manager o UIL- United States Rubber Company Footwear Plant. tiUencluci i mretinj; of the New Haven Schoo Survey Committee held yestcrdav afternoon In the New Haven Chamber of Commerce Building. Mr. P.asclie, In his capacity as Kducittion Committee chairman of Ihe Connecticut Division ot the Niii.irnml Office Management As- Knci:ition. wns invited to sit in at lit"- noynifin of Dr. Lloyd H. Jut-ohs. who is in chat-Re of the commcr- ci.-il part of the survey. ' Probate Notice District of NuuKutuck, •>-•>. Pro bate Court. January 16, '10-17. Instate of Charles S. Myers, lat uf Xaii;;;ituck. in said District, dt r,-.-i;-.r>d. The Court of Probate for the Di.s trift of Nnusrntuck hath Iliuiie .-mil ji Mowed six months from dat heiedf For the creditors of «aid e:- i:iti- to exhibit their claims for ae* ilcni'Mit. Those \vho neglect to pro sent, their accounts, properly attest I'd. «'ithin .said time, will be dc Ijiirird a recovery. All persona in di'biecl to said Estate are i-equc.-iU-c to fnnkc- immediate payment to The NaiiKatuelc National Bank Administrator C. T. A 11. M. JOHNSON, Assistant Trust Officer JUNIOR WONT BE KEPT WEIGHTING' Probate Notice Diiti-icl of Naujr-iluck. ss. Pro- oiit" Court. January 17, A. D. 194. [-.'STATE OF Rose Dolan, late of N-iu»:!i:uek, in sriicl District, de- Pl-;iMl!(l ("pon the application of Roy Poni:i:-i.- pr-jyini,' tnat an instrument in writing purporting,- to be the last will and testament of said Rose I'ol.-iii. deceased. muy be proved, appruVMl. allowed and admitted to pi-uhvi'.c. ;us per application on (lie num.- fully appeal-,-!, it Is OUDIuRED—That said application lie heard and determined :vt (hi- I'mh;i;i! Ollict.' in is'atitfaluck, in wild Distiict. on the 22nd cUy of A. D. I'M", at U o'clock in !h» r'i'ri.-n'iori <incl that notice be j.-ivcn of the pendency of said application, :md the time and place nf hi-arini; thereon, by publishing ihi- sinu- nne time In some nows- jn,ii-r hnvin^ fi circulation in said i>is!ik-t. and by posting a copy Hi"i,-i.f on the public sljrn-post in il'i: t-jti-n nt .VKUK'ttiiok. in said Diytriet. ;md by s»ndinj,-, postage pn-f.aid, a like notice to ouch of the knnu-n tK'ii-s residing outside this Oi.-f:rici nt Ic.-i.-u tht-ou day.i befo s.'u-l (.1 iy assigned, KAY MONO M. SHEA, Jiulft s Women's Activities-Personal and Social NAPCATUCK NEWS fCO.VN.), ™nv >hV f ° r u his we 'K llin S in- preparatory for a night to many with his mother, J.ttle William B. Becklund, Jr., keeps a co B«kl? ri C , SC£ f £ h ; 1C his m ° thcr stands besido "Im. Shortly after? li e Becklunds took off from New York's LaGuardia Field bound for Frank- lurt. and daddy who is stationed at Eschborn, Germany. <IntcrL,o" a i) Weeds Winning Out I Postman's Helper :n War With Man, Messes Things Up ixpert Reports Ollies Radiator Shop i« rnosi'Kcr ST. TICL. ,-,-u Union City i\nln J{j«ll,it,irM Kcfmircd, f'lciiiii-il and Rc-Corccl U'm-U Culled For u m | Delivered Al.l. WOKK GUARANTEED Ollle Lc line, Prop. THE EYEGLASS SHOP C.H.Tomlinson Nemrjr Building -VixiKatiick. Cono, Washington (UP)—Weeds are preading faster than they are be- ig destroyed, according to Wilam H. (Bill) Mercer of Amsm'Ho. ex., the u-ortcl'^ largest weed seed ollector, .Mercer has been studying weeds nee the early 1900's and in the tervening years has collected ore than 1,300 kinds of weed seed 'rom the worst patches in thi.s •ountry and abroad. Mercer outlined his reason for iclieving weeds are beating manV -fni- apainst thorn in the current .-wiio of "Era." the monthly publi- sition of the Bureau of Recluma- ion. He snicl that, few farmers test heir crop seed prior to piantin -• farmers who are careless; with th :eed they plant may reap a h'u-ve 'f weeds over ;i period of ye.-i: nstuad of u marketable crop, h vnrned, To ilitiKtrate, Alei-coi- confound >nlooker.M by mixing together .cro ind weed seeds and then sepanx ing .them. It is a difficult task be causu the seeds look alike. It take- expert know-how to distlnaruis them. Most Carmera don't havu i know-how und don't try to acquir it. Mercer said. He estimated that the annua loss caused by weeds on some re lamntion projects amounts to more than the farmer pays for operation ind maintenance charges and cor. itruction costs combined. Many people ui-o fill too carelcs' ibout v.-c.-ed control, he said. He .-erallecl n farin woman u-ho pkint- yl a few seeds of burdock which ihe wanted to use in brewing ;i lome tonic of bitters. Within a few. .•oars, the whole countryside sur- -ounding her farm was infested with burdock burrs—an enemy to both crops and livestock. Pond Hill Club Plans Several! Future Events Several activities were planned last night at a special meeting of .ho Pond Hill Community club •inducted by Mahlon Sears, president. ( A binp;o party will be held Friday evening, Jan. 24 and a card ..-I-- i-'riday evening, Jan. 31', with Iio v.'uys and means comml-ttoe In h-'i-iro of arrangements. The committee includes: Mrs. 'Edgar 'B. 'i-ecn, chairman; Mrs. Fremont loiidley, Mrs. Fred Randolph, Mrs. Joscpl'i Adamski, Mrs. Peter Kin•ley, Mrs, Athelm Peck, Mrs. Arthur Stauffer, Mrs. Mahlon Sear's all's. Charles Kirk, Mrs. Manuel Alberta, Mrs. Anthony Johnson and Miss Mnrgaret Lantlerl. A joint meeting at the teen-agers and adult members of the club will 4e held In February at a date to be anonunced. Twenty card tables have been purchased by the organization, and authorization 'was given for the purchase of six pairs of shin guards .'or the hockey team. Funds real- veil fi-om paper drives will be used for the purchase. The club will participate in the March of Dimes campaign. Following the business session, humorous entertainment was presented by Arthur Carreiro, followed by card playing und thcserv- iny of refreshments. Engaged WillouKhb.v, Ohio fUP)—Three- ycar-nld Frank Petne only wanted to help the letter carrier, but his efforts caused cnr.sidcrable con.fu- viion. XoLicint; a large bundle of ncws- tiapor.«, mtigaxiiHw and mail :eft daily at a bouse on his street [•-rank decided to go to work. He loaded the bundle on his tricycle and distributed, the mail among residents of t>« block, but rather indiscriminately. Postmen wc,e kept busy ro-col- iecting the mail and sorting it for finnl distribution. ' New Farm Bureau Group To Meet The newly organized Pond Hill Farm Bureau will hold its first , mooting Wednesday afternoon, Jan. j 29. at 1:30 o'clock in the Pond Hill Community club announcer! today Scars, president. Closets find accessories will be discussed by Mrs. Alvin Woostor and Mrs. Charles Price. Miss Pauline Tlicrlault, whoso eneiifrcment to Joseph C. TH- uno, son of Mr und Mrs. Dominie Trjniui, 25 Baldwin xtrnot, lias been announced by hfir mother. Mrs. Morton Willhim* of Wnterbiiry. No date hus been set for the wedding. The couple is employed ,,t the V. S. Rubber Co., nnd Sir. Tri.ino IK n vvlerun of tl^» urnjed forces. Marine Women Entertain 75 At Card Party Nearly 70 members and guests o he Women's auxiliary, Naugatucl i Valley Detachment, Marine Corp? League, a'ttonded a card and bingo party held last night in Odd FcJ Jows hall. . . Door prizes were' awarded Mrs John Clark and Mrs. Ollie Ixirson with a mystery prize presented Frank Anderson. A coi-dc handbap was awarded Cyrus Wilcox of Cherry street, who is requested i<> contact Mrs. John .Grant, 27 Cliff street, telephone 5078. Prior l.o the party a brief business session was conducted by Mrs. Prank Clark, president, at which lime. Mrs. Jean Gorman was elect ed to fl|l the uncxpircd term of treasurer, lea vacant by the resignation of Mrs. Rose Benson. A gavel was presented in memory of Marine Robert O'Donovan ind Miohucl Stakum of 'the Army, oth who lost their lives in service,' with Mrs. rjncwcber of Oxford j making the presen'tation. The next meeting of the auxjj-1 iaiy will be held Friday evening, Feb. 7. WINS SKATING CONTEST Boston, Jan. J8—<U P)—A 21- .war-old Boston Rlrl had -Won the ^^^r^SSSSlS of the Hillside Congregational ! ;hui-ch. officiating. will be i n Grove cemetery. Bcarera will ] be: Robert I. Kclscy. William Bot-' omley, Peter Kennedy, loy, diaries P. Rodcnb.-ich, Man-, •ice Gushing-. . ; SEE word one Woman's Club Dessert-Bridge, Dine In Style Love's Reward Medical Patient In Waterbury Mrs. Josephine Cripps of South Newspaper circulation in the U. •S bus -a 120 per cent coverage, bfiesrl upnn an estimate of the total' number of homes. Main street. Beacon Falls, a medical patient at the Waterbury hospital is reported to be in "fair" condition today by hospkal authorities. Church Guild Meets Monday A regular meeting of St Michael's Guild -will be conducted Monday evening in -tho parish house of the church. Reservations arc steadily being received by tho membership committee of tho Naugatuck Woman's nlub for the annual membership dessert-bridge of the organization t° be held Monday afternoon, 'Jan building, it was 120 at 2 o'clock in the Naugatuck by Mrs. Mahlon American Lefi-ian Memorial Home 21 Cedar street. New members of the club will be honored al the bridge. Other members ot the committee, with whom reservations may be made are: Mrs. Verne E. Grisamer. Mrs. John F. Deegan. Mrs WilJis D. Men-ill, Mrs. F. S. Con- I over, Mrs. Victor Anderson, Mrs. GREAT SHOW AT STATE, HARTFORD One of the greatest of all "In J-crsun" stage shows ever to come out of Hollywood will be presented "t the State thea-ied, Hartford, today and Sunday. Headlining the , P.irndo of starst will be Kath| i-yn Gray.-io.-i, "The Darling of Holl lywood," whose beauty, lovely i voice and mujjuetlc personality has thi-iJled you in many outstanding Me-tro-Goldwyn-Maycr musical hits including "Anchors Aweigh," "Zice•fold Follies," "Two Sisters From , Boston," "Till the Clouds Roll By" j and many other hits. Now you Robert W. Fcnn. Mrs. Glen'n F. Noble, Mrs. Donald G. Kirby. Those planning to attend are requested to furnish their own cards. Auxiliary Plans Valentine Dance A Valentine dance win be sponsored by. the Ladies' auxiliary of the Montanari-Rado post, Italian- American veterans, Saturdav evening. Fob. S, in St, Gcorgc r s hall, Linden Park. Jirti Corti and his orchestra will furnish music .for dancing. Tickets are now available from any member of the auxiliary. HAL McINTYRE PLAYS SUNDAY AT RITZ, BRIDGEPORT When the late great Glenn „,.- ler died, his music didn't perish along with him. Several disciples are carrying- on >and one of the most noted is Hal Mclntyre, who brings his orchestra to the Ritz Ballroom Ad Brings Results In Really Big Way Minrcnpolis (U P)—The 'locomotive" is taboo in \finneapoiis household. A toy engine on n. youthful ;' amily member's train was broker '•• eyond repair. It w/us impossible ; o replace it so the family inserted : want ;id asltin? for :i 'Vitarxiajvi auge locomotive, a.ny condition." ] Among othe>- nnswci-s to the ad • was one from '«. Wisconsin man i who had a 60-ton locomotive. i Others included two Mnkcd' train engines . ;ll >d two "small 3,000-pourid locomotives FULL-COLOR SCENIC PICTURES ^ An average -of n.OOO doctors o- medicine .ire graduated each yea., from the nation'.-, 77 accredited me ;iical schools, 2288 J'ATTERN >- 0 , R2288 Mil- i •-.» v-'n,-i iiiLi>. ixow you \vil| jfci >-<' J^uuruoni in i have the opportunity to see and en- I Sunday, Jan. 19th. joy this beautiful and talented Hollywood star in her first Eastern stage appearance. Appearing on.the bill with Kathryn Grnyson is Johnny Johnston, romantic singing- star of radio, recordings, and screen, Iii addition, an all-star Hollywood Hcvuc will bo presented featuring Jan Murray, one of the nation's Bridgeport or About seven years ago, H:il wa? the first man Miller hired when he formed I be band that was to become the most famous in the country. Mac, a talented alto saxophonist and clarinetist," sparked the reed This lovely set assures the suc- -ess of your parties or makes an roc-CMsion of family meals. Gay but- I tcrfliw and flowers are embroidered ;n stitches, simple enough for ii beginner. Pattern envelope JS'L. f;;m$ C on- tains hot-iron -transfers for ., designs, color chart, stitch illustrations and directions. Our new 60 - page multi-colored "Book of Needle Arts" containing five free patterns, and many other suggestions for dressing: up your | homo and yourself, 'is a homcmak- er's treasure. Send your request for this book to the address listed below, enclosing twenty cents- (20c> in coin to cover the cost and mailing charg-es. To obtain this pattern, send Our Diamonds ;.J f or , 0 J 9ff fiJ« quality v your •(•UTUI j» of ••ticfactioa WILLIAM SCHPERO 180 CHURCH ST. Naugatuck, Conn. WITH THC VIEW-MASTCR STEREOSCOPC fy Sec Hawaii, the Grand Canyon. Famous Cities. Animals and hundreds of other world-famous sccnicat- tractions "cornc to life" in the amazing realism of stereoscopic, natural-color View. Master pictures. They're en- renaming and educational for adults and children alike. See for yourself! View-Mas, tcr stereoscopes and over 2SO different, ^"ntcrchangcable. seven-scene stereoscopic reels arc now available for, your selection. «x V/f MHMSKft YOtR KODAK DKAI.KR SWEENEY'S ART und STATIONEBY STORE 2l:i Church St. I t.-++^4*++++4 FILLED COFFEE CAKES 'HARD CRISPY ROLLS I'ASTRY OF ALL KINDS CITY BAKERY B. P. STOPPANI, Prop. M»p)o Street Telephone Mfl that was a.lways the out-l ccnts in COINS, giving your name. foremost Company, 'I'feO , -...x. *•' MH l_tl I IHJS, ' J^OC'Ll'V In Motion," and a host of others. humorists; Pat Hill & offering "A Holiday on The Fontaines, SMILING SEDATELY, Mile. Jacqueline Morot, 20, is shown on her arrival j in London from Paris, en route to California, where she has an appointment to get married. She said King Brown Kcrmit, 20, had given lip his post as U.S. vice-consul in Vigo, Spain, so they could wed, for the State Department does not allow its personnel to marry foreigners, unless they become U. S. citizens. (Internationa! Soundphoto) Showing on screen will be Kay Francis in her newest releaac "Wife Wanted." TRIpp SIGNS Chicago, Jan. ig — Cu P) — standing- chi.rKotcri-itic of the Miller men. Appearing wit.h Hal and tbe"{>- chestra are Frankic -Lester. Johnny Turnbull. and Nancy Reed lovely vocalist. Wednesday Frank WojnarowsUi and his singing orchestra will play Polwh and modern music; Friday the Irv Hintz Farmers p]ay f0 ,, | _,, •- -." i«muai:K — IH '° S0ts ' " -altzcs n-nd modern i Charlie Trippl—has signed a four- " ancin K: *nd on Saturday night' Rpnny Rommel directs the Casa address .and zone number -to Peggy Roberts. Naugatuck Daily News. P. O. Box 100. Station G, New York 19. N. Y. (Released by The Bell Syndicate Inc.) Georgia s trip)e-fhi-ea( halfback — I Charlie Trippl—has slgn< - - ' year contract with the Cardinals of the National sional Football League. Trlppi's contract, said to call for "upwards of S100.000," is one of the •highest salaries ever offered to the play-for-pay ranks. freshman Presenting 1 OUR NEW CHEF Perfection I" what Chef C'ortii-ll strives for In the |>r<>|»irnUi>i! of i-vrry dish our menu offers you. Knt with us for '•'».i».vriii-nt: KoKllliir dinners;, (iOc; al In ciirtc nil-nil for rvi'iiin s <|ii,,. rH um | ftuinhvlche.i aviilluhlo ut miy hour, AM. I'ASTBY IS HOMI-: MA DR. W<: ciitci- to jmrtleM, iinnivorsnrles. uondlngs, etc. • OPKX SUNDAYS FULL LIQUOR PRIVILEGES DIAMOND STREET and RESTAl BAR •lOSEI'H K. SODLOSKY, Prop. DIAMOND ST. (Tel. 4960) UNION CITY DODGE Hotcfakiss St. Garage •17 JIOTCHKIS3 STREBT Tijl. 5727 -I. L. MA/ILAUSKAS, Prop. SALES — SERVICE WE'RE ALTERING OUK STORE W:itch Us Growi CORNER CANTEEN «02 No. Mill n Street "Horn" Tcllcrlco, Prop, •FEWELS STOLEN Hertford pofce are invesLi p nunc the theft of a collection of raw and unfinished jewels from the chemistry building at Trinity college rne collection includes diamonds rubies, topaxos, aquamarines, nets; rock crystals, quartzs onvx agates and opals Six Bristol youths have been Riven varying terms in the state - . formatory. They pleaded PU i'tv o a series of breaks in Bristol, P|, Un - vllle and Southln^ton. The Junior College of Commerce Mils Koom for You In IJM7 Plan a Program* of Study in Liberal Arts or Business Subjects White — 'Phone — Come In 38!» WHITNEY AVK. 8-TnflS NEW HAVEN 11, CONN.— PEEE DEMONSTRATION OF DEVOLITE DAYLIGHT Printing- Papers Prints made In daylight from rcmiJiir nceativcN ill our window . TODAY STAKTING AT For r. M. Your Photo Ncrits It's Average capacity of -i tank car is 10,000 'gallons. railway 21 GRAND ST. NEAR SOUTH MAIN ST. Wnterbury SKCKKTAKI.M, KKI'OKTlMi l)<-vr)i>|tmrn( In Crrrc Shorflmnri in I6O K»-<-n(nir'» «|. C I*. M. THE PERRY SCHOOL •-OI-KICI.M, UKKtiCi ^CIKIOI." Rm«-u Itldr. ; GOING AWAY? GET YOUR LUGGRGE At FISHER'S 111 South Main St., W«U>rbury If You Want to Buy or Sell REAL ESTATE See "Tony" Farrar Tel. 4233 DYE WORK EMBRUSKI >FOR A CAB TEL. 5285 DAY or NIGHT Independent Cab Co. 10<i South, Main St. GLIDE-0-MATIC ELECTRIC IRON Automatic Control $995 >' I ro mo Ins, Element SCHNEERC *JCREDIT JEWELERS^ Just Received . A Shipment Of Modern Radiators Enough for 10 Seven Room Houses Firse Come - First Served The Waterbury Heating Co. Leaders In Home Hcutlng i<l-S« Sprlni; St. Phono 4-0478 Watcrhury Furnaces Cleaned and Repaired Chimneys Cleaned RADIO EXPERTS Since 1925 • SWAN'S 15 Church St. — Tol. 2574 Specializing- ONLY In FOUNDATIONS • Corsets 0 Girdle's • Corselntte • Uplift Bra • Abdominal Supports Trained Corxetleres Fit Von 'Properly FEATURING TIIKSK NATION A u. v KNOWN COBSPJTS * BRASSIERES I Camp and Airway Sur^lciil t Practical .Front t Lady Austin I Unsx) • Glrdlecraft } FlRiire-Biillder I Hollywood-Maxxvell Bra Biillt-Up .Shotildcr Bni In All Sizes PUMPS ONE MOVING PART 1947 Marks Our 104th Year of Successful Rubber Footwear Manufacturing With This Record of Achievement Behind Us We Look Forward to Future Security and Prosperity For Our Company, Our Employees and the Community UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. ThroiiK-li Science." Naugatuck Footwear Plant Naiiffatuck Conn, Main St. — 4-2204 Hctidquurters for Snrfi-lcal Foundations * Miiternlty Supports tn Fill Doctors' PrcscrlptloiLS TRAIN FOR BUSINESS I>AV OK EVKMNCi— X>;w CI-AJJSKS JAN. 33 AND FEB. S JUNIOR COLLEGE 54 Central Ave. Waterbury Phone 4-8772 Pol new lif« in your w«Ur tyrtem by rcpl«elng your old pump with a BURKS Suptr Turbine PUMP. Only one moving p«rt—notrilnj Co ! wt«r out—gtv«* you mof* w«t«r •! lower coil. Come in «nd <«« the BURKS Super Turbine Pump. CORSET SHOPPE I 29 W. MAIN ST., WATERBURY Opj>. Green • Phone 4-4687 632 NORTH MAIN ST. Union City - Tel. t«8S ATTENTION SMALL TRUCK OWNERS We Have These HARD-TO-GET TIRES All SDii.-id Casing* — BUY NOW — Limited Quantity !)(M1 x 20 10 I'ly New 7of> x jo 10 I'ly Practically New T.lfl x 2(1 8 I'ly Nrw Rcc«ps T:5(> .v 20 X Ply Used T5» x 20 K Piy Pr:ictlcally New -'« x l> Ni:w Ri-capH TOO x 15 New Recap Knobby (!00 x Ifi NRIV Rcc4«i> Knobby '* Regular C.<.o.l,vcj» Trent 550 x IB New Recap Good.vcnr Tread WE DO ALL SIZE RECAPPING — MO x IB Thru 1100 x % ADVANCE TIRE SERVICE 494 MERIDEN ROAP. WATERBCRY PHONE 4-J816

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