RcdN have Infiltrated the Federal Government. (Int. Soundphoto) Glendale Manor Community Club To Construct House $44,150Value Of Building Here In July Six One-Family Houses Included In Rosa's Report Construction valued at $44,150 was listed by Building Inspector Paul Rosa in his monthly report for July- Twenty-one permits-wore Issued for the following: New construction, six one-family houses valued at $34,000; four garages, $2,900. Al- teratlons, four houses, $1,575; one barn and one garage demolished; miscellaneous, one store, $1,000; one cellar addition, JOOO; one greenhouse greenhouse WOO; one coop, $200; one tool shed, $475, • • ' Tho itemized list Is as follows: William Boise, 524.Hillside avenue, tool shed, $-175; .Mr. arid Mrs. Joshua Fairbank, 6.4 .Nixon avenue, dcrmer, $-100; • Thomas McDermott. A.uburn street, cellar addition, $500: Bernard Raap, Wooster street, garage, garage, $1,000; Mr. and Mrs. William William Folt.man, Osborne road, greenhouse, greenhouse, $500; Charles Nettleton, Allo:-ton Allo:-ton Farms road, coop; $200; Henry Henry Kavolcski, Sheffield Lane, four rooms. $5,000; Mrs. Bertha Perock. 213 Lewis street, garage, $500. Mr. and Mrs. 'Emerson Sweet, Beacon Valley road, five rooms, $6,000;. $6,000;. Adolph Kudzma,- New Haven Toad, store, $4,000; Mr. and.Mrs- Joseph Pereira, 63 Hlilcrest avenue, dormer, $900; Mr. and. .Mrs. L. N. Tomlirson, Lewis . street, six rooms $8.000; Charles Mucha, 18 Bceb > street demolish garage; Charles Mucha, IS Beebc street, garage, $500; -Mrs.-- Adelc Carnoroll, 100 High street, demolish garage. Lloyd Storms, 110 Scott street. porch addition, $150; Joseph Yackowski 500 Take Part In First Block Dance; Committee Named Members of West Side Community Community Club, Beacon Valley Grange, Pond Hill Community Club, and guests from Watci'bury, Oxford, Beacon Falls, and other nearby points, joined hands with residents of Glendale Manor last night in a gala block dance that promised to be the forerunner of other such events in the borough. • There was gaity and Jaughter and good fellowship as the cancers l.otaling nearly 500, danced "round and round" the block, to recorded music played over a loud speaker furnished through, the courtesy of Swan Electric Co. Many favorite musical numbers were played by request, and this added to the "get acquainted with your community community neighbors' 1 theme. Many of the dancers Ind spectators, spectators, were newcomers to the borough borough in recent years, thus many states i sented. The colored lights decorating the streets and adding s.n appropriate atmosphere to the whole scene, were furnished through the courtesy courtesy of the Megin Co. Robert Knapp, Mrs. Leonard James, and Robert Chase were .in charge of .the program. Several attractively decorated booths gave the finishing touch. Clubhouse Planned Definite plans for the construction construction of a 1 clubhouse in the Manoi Park are underway, according to Fremont W, Tones, publicity chairman. chairman. Because of the block dance last night, the business meeting was brief. A special meeting of the entire club has been called for Tuesday night, Aug. 10, at the home ot Jack Quinn, on Patton Drive, chairman of the Building Committee, Other members of . the committee are: George Holm, Fremont W, To'.les, James Thompson and Francis M, Noonan.