Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 28, 1947 · Page 5
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 5

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Tuesday, January 28, 1947
Page 5
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Candlelight Service To Be Conducted By er A can'tllollght service will be held In St. Michael's Episcopal church ' Sunday evening. Feb. 2 at 8 o'clock, the Rev. -G. Ross Morrcli, rcc- of Chriat 'church. Ahsonin, pucst preacher. Born In Nova Scotia, the Rev •MorrcH'.i formal education wa tompletod nt Nlchol's prcpncatorj school, Buffalo, N: Y., Bard collepp Coitmibia university, Alfred uni verity and the Episcopal Thcologi cal school, Cambridge, Between 1934 and 1946 he servoi as rector nf Gi-noe Church, Lock port, N. Y., St. John's church, Wll son, .V. H., St. Mary's church. Go wandn. N. Y., Christ church, Gull lord, and Chris!, church, Hbrnel! >'. Y. He recently was called to the rectorship in Ansonia. He '•» a member of tho Hornei jloinry club; Hornell Lodge, F, an-j A M,; Steuben chapter, Roya Arch Masons, .nnrt DeMolay Com- mnndcry, No. 22, Merchant Marine Cadet Corps Plans Entrance Exam The Supei-vlBor, U. S. Merchant . Marine Cadet Corps, FOR YOUR FAMILY NEEDS!! NAT'S 410 North Main St. Union City TEL. fllM RUPTURE TRUSSES ArriirjMrl? Illlri) to roar r«qolrf of WoUrbury 206 Bonk St. 5-0013 Waterbury , .C., today announced that appll-- ations ivi'(! now belni: received for the entrance examination forCadct- Midshipmen to the U. S. Merchant Marine Cadot Corps to be held April I, 19'I7, The entrance examination is open to hlRh school graduates and high school seniors who arc inlercuteJ in following a seafaring career. The Cadet Corps maintaining basic schools at Pass Christian, Mississippi and San Mateo, California and the Academy at Kings Point N'cw York, affords the opportunkj to obtain a combined technica training and college education lead ing to n career at sea and, nftci sea experience, positions in the shipping industry and its allied activ- Ues. High school seniors scheduled to graduate during May or June of 1947, who will upon graduation have the necessary scholastic units and nro otherwise qualified, may take : tho examination. Successful examinees will he assigned to a Merchant Marine Cadet Basic ichool during July of 19<17, provid- np they further be acceptable to the Navy for appointment as Midshipmen, U. S- Naval Reserve. Candidates must not be less than C years and six months of ago and not yet 21 years of age on the date he application is received by the Supervisor. However, no candidate hall be ordered to report for phy- icnl examlnatln and'submit hisap- illcution for appointment as Cadet- illdshipmun, U. S. Naval Reserve, intil actually 17 years of age. No i-aivcrs for age are granted except hat nn allowance of three years overage is made to candidates otherwise qualified who have served on active duty in the armed forces or who have served in the merchant marine for a period of not less than one year and have been separated therefrom under honorable VAN AND BRIDE BACK FROM MEXICO' IDOL Of AMERICA'S BOBBY-SOXERS, Van Johnson is shown with his bride, the former Mrs. Evie Wynn, on their arrival in Los Angeles from Mexico. Johnson and the former Mrs. Wynn were married at Juarez, immediately after Evic was given a divorce from her husband, Keonnn Wynn. The Johnsons are ofl or a secret honeymoon. (International) i, S. N.iviil Reserve and Ensign, I jects common to deck and engineer- conditions. All candidates and Cadet-Midshipmen must be unmarried. While attending a basic school and the Academy, Cadet-Midshipman receive subsistence, quarters and $65.00 per month. Graduates of the U, S. Merchant Marine Cadet Corps' Academy at Kings Point are qualified for a license as cither Deck or Engineer Officer In the U, S- Merchant Marine, with commissions as Ensign, J. S. Maritime Service. The overall training plan for the lorps is broken down into three nain phases: (1) An introductory or buaic-train- ing period of one year conducted at one of the shore schools. Pass Christia,n. Miss., or at San Mateo, Calif. LEARN PHOTOGRAPHY Sixteen Week Course In Modern Photography CLASSES NOW FORMING WIUTK TODAY for INFORMATION CONCERNING CLASSES Certified Ilv The Connecticut Statu lluurd Of Kdiicntlon THE COLONIAL ACADEMY OF PHOTOGRAPHY 327 — I.ITCHFIKU). CONN. — Tel. 5<>H During-this period they are desig nated AS Fourth Classmen. (2) A year's sea-training period during which the Cadet-Midshipmen serve aboard actual merchant vessels, thus gaining first-hand ex pcrioncc and practical knowledge of tho duties they will perform ,-if•ter graduation. During the sea course the Cadet-Midshipmen are Third C|assmen. (3) An advanced .icadcmic course of instruction as Second and First Classmen at Kings Point. Two years of advanced studies at Kings Point ni-c necessary for graduation. The course covers both academic ind practical subjects. Cadet-Midshipmen (Deck) receive instruction in navigation, seamanship, communications, 'cargo stowage, and kindred subjects related to deck activities. Cadet-Midshipmen (Engineer) receive instruction in steam. clecU'ical and Diesel Engineering. machine shop practice and other subjects -.related to .marine cnfrinnoring-. All Cadet-Midshipmen receive instruction in Naval Sci- enue anil Tactics, foreign and domestic trade, Spanish, English, French, history, and science sub- inft. Each phase is of prime importance in qualifying the Cadet- Miclahipmn.n to undertake his duties as an officer in tho Merchant Marine- Practical training aboard regular merchant ships, the same ships in which they will later serve an officers, provides the Cudet-Mid- '_'ishipmcn with the experience and knowledge of shipboard operation j as well as tho confidence necea- I sary to assume officer positions j after graduation from Kings Point. j It is the objective of the United j States Merchant Marine Cadet I Corps to graduate! only those Cade : t- Midshipmen who will prove worthy of the traditions of the American Merchant Marine and its officers in the service of their country and its water-borne commerce Kings Point is the first permanent Merchant Marine Academy to be operated by the Federal Govern ment. 'On May 11, 19-14 Congress established -a Board of Visitors to the Academy placing it officially alongside Ann.-ipolis arid West Point ;i.nd the-Const Guard Academy. Al 'though Annapolis and West Point predate the new Merchant Marine Academy by many years, the American Merchant J-farino predates both the Army and the Navy, and even tho Republic itself. Full information and application forms may be secured from the Supervisor, U. S. Merchant Marine Cadet Corps, U. S. Maritime Commission. Washington 2'J, D. C- Does Business Get the Run-Around in Your Town? XARKING PROBLEMS put the squeeze on er and continued use of buses. This will transit and block the vital traffic flow. A reduce the number of cars on the streets, •serious loss of time and money is the re- relieve congestion in crowded midtown suit. You can help eliminate this grave areas and make for faster, more econom- thrcat to community business by a great- ical transit for all. C. t'L. LIMBS WorjaWarH Occupation Medal The Secretary of the Navy has established -a Navy .occupation ser- ,vlce medal to commemorate the services performed .by the personnel of _the Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast "Guard -in the occupation of certain territories of the enemies of the United States during World War II. Regulations ; govcining the award relative to areas, organizations, units : and ships, will be promulgated in,Navy Department general order* 1 at a. l:>tcr date. No «p- plicationc for this medal will be considered • and no personnel arc authorlod to wear the ribbon prior to the publication of the, general order. This will parallel the Army occupation medal previously authorized by.the War Department ,£or Army personnel. ' Polish Vice-Premier NAUOATUCK NJSWS (coyy.), TVKSDAY. JAN. », tMi— Talbot To Speak At Rotary Meeting 1 . Joseph E. Talbot, Naugatuck at .tornev, will address members of -the Rotary Club at a luncheon .'meeting tomorrow at tbc V. M, C. | A., It. was a-nnounccd today by iames F. KisSahe, president. • : Recent guests at'the Rot.iry Club 'Include: Harry Ecnham, guest of Harold Turn-bloom; Thomas Esan. guest of Rudy Hennick; James P. .Sweeney, guest of John Sutherland; Lewis-Zucn and Harold Kazanjian, quests of Herbert Billings. The—'Rotary Club recently received a letter of commendation from Wai tor Hodgkinson, past district governor. ANONYMOUS GIFT An anonymous gift of more than a quarter of d million dollars has !been presented to the building fund for the new Hartford hospital. The money will cover the cost of almost-the entire second floor. FIRE RULES TIGHTENED Minneapolis —(UP)— Under an ordinance being prepared by F<re Chief George S. Lockhort, city hotels and rooming houses win be required to have automatic fire alarm and sprinkler systems in halls, stairways and service rooms, ar.d fire-i-esi:-tant carpelfe. Vice-premier of Poland Staniti- law MikolHjczyk itNNcrted Unit til"; government bloc had rohhcd hf» Polish Peasant Party (PSD of victory in the recent election. Ho. told correspondents that if tl><! iinpenl to the country's Supreme Court fulls, the I'SI.'w executive committee will consider H boycott of tho new parliament hy tiic 2« Polish Poiisant Party meinherN. (International) Estate Interest Taken Over The Department uf Justice has announced vesting of thu following amount for Connecticut pro- tj.ite fees in connection with the :aking over of interests in estates of persons in enemy countries or fnemy-occupied territory Estate of Jacob Lukaszyk, in Naugatuck Probate Court, Dora Pavelene Hamaranik, Pobnd, $35. |MARRIAGE VOW: Make him promise to let you send the laundry to us! You'll both like the quality of our work and he'll like our moderate charges and prompt service. AMERICAN LPUNDRYCD. PMONE ^-4106-GO COTTAGE PL Chickenpox Still Leading Disease In Connecticut Chickcnpox, with 337 cases rc- maiDCd the most prevalent disease within Connecticut this week, according- to tht summary of disease published each Monday by the Connecticut Siaie Department ' of J-Icallii. There had been 2G. r > cases of chickenpox the previous week. " The pneumonia, the venereal<>s and meningitis all in-' crcasud thi.s wcelt. Ciiscs of broncho pneuinoniu. jumped from 22 to 42, those of lobir .pncumbnm from 30- to 32, cases of gonorrhea from 25 to 2G, and ca'ses of .syphilis fram 32 to 33. During the same scvc7i-da.y period meningitis increased from two to four cases. Most ot the common communicable diseases were on Ihe decline this week. Measles dropped from 210 lo 20-1 cases, mumps from 154 to 304 c-.scs, scarlet fever from 59 (o '12 ciisos, whooping cough cases from 09 lo 42, and cases of German measles from 30 to seven. There we>c five cases of streptococcus sore throat reported thi.s week «us against seven for the previous period, and no cases of typhoid fever for the past seven days, in | contrast to a. .single case reported from Waterhury during the week earlier. Influenza cases remained at two again this week, while for the second consecutive week, no cases ol poliomyelitis occurred within Connecticut. Locajite Gets - —*: Nolle In Court | Russell C. Adams. 33. of 167 Cliff streets-was granted a nolle upon payment ot $12 when he appeared before Judge Charles. R. Summa in Wrttcrbury^city court today. ' \ Mr. Adams was arraigned on nh'nrges growl ni? out of an .accident Jan. 12 a-1 South Main and Washington streets, 'Wfctcrbury, .when .fee struck n pedestrian, Joseph Sehin- anda, GO, of 1082 South Main atrcefc, Watcrbui'y. 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