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News Want Ads Bring Quick Results 'A Progressive Newspaper For A Progressive Community" THE WEATHER Massachusetts, "node Intend and Connecticut: Kn.m tonight followed by clearing and warmer Thursday. Strong noithcast to north winds along the coast, Eastport to Block Island: Northeast to north winds 25 to 35 miles an hour, backing to northwest portion on Thursday. Vol. LXX, No. 185 ESTABLISHED 1885 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1946 Leased Wire Service of the United Press Price Four Cents Warden Brophy, Chief Sheridan In Heated Clash Board Gives Supernumerary Policemen Pay Raise; Gormley To "Get Rid Of" Those Not Reporting For Active Duty lleimori only niun nipo Finfcii'i' thn ordlmmro vm.'i voted th* ohlnf n thing should hn donn t< tin ti\ (thn Hiipornumo Only Nino Of 17 Super- numorarios Now Available When Called Thn borough ordinance govern- Inu pay ruins of tuipnrnurnoi'ai'y pr>- Jlfriimrm wan iimnndncl hy tho bourd at v/nfdnn and hurgnminH liint night, with mipni'iitiDiorary pnllcomen to riin-lvn «,". onnt.i an hour tho flrnt ynur of duty, fid eont» tho Knconcl yciir. and fif> rrnt.i tho third your nnd thornnftni'. Anoihw ordinance tffivnrnlrij.' nil- pm'niirniM'iiry pollcnmrn'n duty wao nninnrlnil In ft way that any «ti- pprmiiTid'nry falling to report ffn 1 ixrtlvn duty whnn t'ociuu.Htncl hy thn pnlli-c chief for thn third tlm" will ho guilty of nnjflnct or clliKiliodUmrui D! orflnr and dl.'imliiHod by tlic C.'hlfrf Jtihri J. Ofifmloy told thn hoard 'if thn 1" impnrnumni'nry po- •l for diuy, inionclni'int I ild. "sniiin. i Kr.l rid nt ; •ai'ln.t who fall to io|i(jrtJ and ttui iioonor tlio ht'llnr," UliiKo A pr-rmlt to pluy Ulngo In thn horoiiKh WIIH gruntod HUl'Jrjct to Id- nil and Htntr i'ri;ul>iLlr>ii.<i. Thf WJii-- don waji nuttioi'l/iicl to pui'cliunn n I'online two diKir nmliui (tit- Dm pollen dnpartmnnt, Local 45 Meets Sunday To Name Convention Delegates Nomination and olnoklon of ctnlo- Katosi to attend tho Intornatlonal f'tinvcntlon In Kan C'randlHtro, Calif,. Kfj>t, 111 will no Inrludod In tho hiuil- noitti to h(j IranMactod Sunday nfldr- noon, Aug. It, nt a mnntlng of I^ocnl 15, United r.'uhhor Workni-n, CIO, fit 2 o'clock at filndcn Park, Piwil- dnnt (rnoi'Kn KiTiiihlicli unnouticiul I Patrolman Kogut, Injured On Duty, To Receive 50 Per Cent Pension A motion was [mssed by tho board of warden and l>ui i ; > ,M:.'si!!i la.-it night that I'ftlrrilnmn Oorn-gi: Kogut bo transferred tu the voter.in reserve and rnnolvo Tin ('.or cent compsn.sa- tlon of wagon received during tho punt ten yudi'M. Th ' motion pr'.'-icnU'd hy Jlnrpv.uh Attor'i.,'.v Mill-tin \,. C'ntn-j was as follows: "f iii'ivo tliat George Kofrut, /i rnoiTihri- 'if >>,o rrgular^ police force, bo iotln:d from active duty hortntiNc 'i( physical d,'s<ahillty Inr.tinod In tin; (ll«cli<ir;;o cif poril- OIIM rlutv: that 'i? !,.-> tiansl'on'ocl Is Iho vnlcrrm rnnirvn: thai, in ni:- corclance with tho borough charter lie hi pnlcl e. mont'n'.Y pension of not more than ono j half of the average rate of compensation for the last ton yours proceeding received by him, tmd that said pension, when propc"l,v llxoc! <;iv:l determined, be tiii-tto retroactive to July 11, IJ-IS," Patrolman Kog'Jt was first in- jurcd 'In IfJ'i in an accident which occurred behind tho Union City post office, rind in March 3944 he siippc'fl on Ice .it tho cornc: of School arcl Bridge utroeU, both accidents happening while on duty. Ho went off duly in July 19''.5. RUBBER WORKERS PLAN OUTING New Cabinet Aides Othci 1 hu.Mlnddii will conMlut (jf Ihn i>lpctlon f>f a pormancint vice- president to fill tlii' vacancy cruat- "(I hy Uii' rmiiKmvll'in of Allmi't PntrhkofMky, who now world In Hiiynumr. and thn niuiilnf,' of two niumhiirx to thd hoard of to fill VnrnnclnH, Legion Game Postponed Until Tomorrow Evening O»mmi»M<lnr flrorjfn T,<«W|.M, of Anii'rlrnii 1.4'Rlnn Tout 17, IIM- nrnint'cd ivt (>re«*tlnif> toilny, Unit tl\n !,<<i;l(>n content for tlir ntat.«' cliiitiiplnnMhlp, Hchi'diilril for |>lity »t ft p. m, this uftornnoni linfi bc«ii [Wittionod until tlm MIIIIK tlmo li>- iiiorrinv, <lnc to liiclnninnt wciith- cr cnndlMoii.s, Thi» Wlnd.sor tc/im \*li« IIH fnrmril of till' drr.lslon (Mirly till* iiftornoofi, Baldwin Reappoints Daniel 1 Mahaney Rfp. n»ninl ,f, Muhunoy, Pnmo- ci'nt, r,r Wutrrbury, was rnappnlnt- (!(l today UN a Now Hnvon County ClnmnilHfllonnr, hy Oovornoi 1 I4ay- nmnd K. nalclwln, Tho nppolnt- mnnl IM an Intnrlm OOP nnd will cxtund until tho sixth Wodnonday of tlif noxt «n.i«lon of tho gnnfiral ft.Hsonihly. Thr rrappolntmont wan nncoHNltatrd hyuciilInK of Attorney C'^nr-ral William T,, Haddtin that Miihutii-.v'M oi'lglnal appointment to "u 1 cotintv pout l/int year wan In- vnlld. Welcome Home Program To Be Announced Tonight A meeting of the Welcome Home Committee, will ho held tonight at' tho Town Hn.ll, John Brocn, chairman, announced today. The full program for the Sept. 2 celebration, will bo announced this evening, Chairman Brccn stated, The 1!MC Chrysler, which will be given away at tho celebration, will ffo on display tomorrow on the Green. Tho automobile was sup- pOHcd to bo placed on tho Green today, but, duo-to Inclement woathci iiondltlons, thn phVclnpf' was postponed until tomorrow. All committee members are urged to attend tonight's WILLIAM FKKNANDE3 Rofroshmonts A combined outinp of United Rubber Workers, CIO Including Locals 45, 180, 218 and 308, will be held Sunday, Sept, 1, at Linden Park, It was announced today by George Frochltch, president • of Local 43, and jrcnoraJ chairman of the event. Mr, Froehlich will br, assisted by GEORC- Chairman the following committee chairmen: Gaston Adams, tickets; William Fnrnandcs, 'refreshments; Peter Crowe, entertainment: Prank Wood, children's events; Jeff Witkowskl, sports; Frank Marnclli, transportation ,and Thomas Connelly, publicity. . Gifts to bo awarded during the GASTON ADAMS Tickets day will include a refrigerator, washing machine and radio. The combined outing is expected to highlight the Locals' social events of the year, An extensive program of activities is being planned, with an- nouncciDcnls to be made in thd near future. Action Sought On Truck; Tie Vote On Appointment Axtell Beats Slaughter In Missouri (By United Press) ALMA .ST. RESIDENTS IN NEW PLEA FOR FIRE BOX, LIGHTS Permits For 31 Houses, $202,000 Value, Issued By Bentley During Month Of July Monthly Reports Accepted By Board Of Warden and Burgesses Last Night Be A "Good Humor Man" Save Your Temper and Your Money. Let Classified Solve Your Advertising Problem- JUST DIAL 2228 and Ask for Classified rrcNldnnt Truniiin nominated Av xl.ntnrit S«'pr«itnry of Stiitc William I.. Clu.vtnn (top), lid, to ho Under- m-c.ri'tiiry or Sttttr for .Kconomlc Affulr.M, mill former Governor Keen .Idluisiiii (bottom), f>0, of Kentucky t» ho t'ndcrworrtary of l.ulmr. Hoth urn new postn rn>- iitvii >>y Oiijrrr.su lit tlic ri-qncut (if the State mill Milmr Sec.rr- turle.s. (liitiTiwHniml) Nine Damson Lane Houses Sold Nino houcoM "id lota on Dam- Hon lant) In .tho Glenrldgn Rutiite.i housing project have hocn sold by the Naugatuck Development Co. fnr., according to wtirranty cloods fllrd In the office of Town Clerk Raymond J. St. John, Thr prnpurty has boon Mold to the following: I'ldwnnl T., and Catherine K Wnliih: rOdwnrd W., and Dorothy M. Mlgono; 'Ralph S., and Dorln M. rici-Hon; Charlos W., and Margaret R. Smith; Philip W.. nnd nni'bnrn J. Koch; John H,, and Allf.o J. Tulbnt; Grady T.. and Muriel K. Carpentor; nohort and Loulso B. O'Blonls Richard F., and Prlscllla L. Uawler. A lot of nitbbor avenue has been purchnNed by Amhrnglo Cagno from thn Rlddon .Nranufncturlng Co,, according to another warranty deed. Army Releases F. M. Gould Pfc, Frederick M. Gould of 257 Chorry sliTot, was discharged from the Separation Center at Fort Dlx, N J recently. Tho local youth is n ' graduate of Naupatuck High Kchool, class of 10-I-I. ".ncl has boon In tho Morvlco .Mllphtly over two ycara. . . Production At West Hartford Plant Resumed West Hartford, Aup. 7—(LTP)— Production was resumed 'this morn- Ing at the NIlcK-Bcment-Pond company as tho strike of 2500 work- 01 s camo to an end, They wont back to work Immediately after voting 581 to 76 to ac- copt a company offer of pay raises ranging from 12 to 18 cents an hour, Tho strike started last March 15th over^ an acroas-thc-board demand for' an IS 1-2 cents an hour increase. The bnttls of settlement was an offer made by tho company early In June, with an added provision hy the C-I-O United Electrical union that 26 dismissed workers be ro-cmployed. Commissioners Will Be Paid By The Day Hartford, Aug. 7 — (U PI — Tho Mate's woven Htatute revision commissioners aro not going to receive a flat -salary of $7800 a yearns at first reported. The. governor Hixya that they will bo paid by the day, at n rate still to be determined. However, It is expected that the per dlom rate will bring their annual salary to about S7.500, Accident Victims Reported Better Tho condition of both Richard J. Wh'ilen, 3'1 Curtiss stroot, and Mer- cor da Sllva Cacallo, 26 South Main •ureot, Injured in accidents hero Monday was reported "good" today hy Eitwin R. Curran attending thorn nt St. Mary's hospital. Mr. Whalcn is not suffering from a fractured skull as was first believed, the doctor sn^l. CALLED SUICIDE Hartford, Aug. 7— (V P)—A giir- cldo ruling has been glvnn in the dfUh of 14-year-old George C. Adams, whose body was, found hanging In the cellar of hia home. Police say no motive for the boy'e action can bo found. Parents and neighbors report tho lad usually was cheerful and was an avid-rcad- <—Yim will iimrvrl at tlir fxlt'nMvr Mii'itiiM thnt >-nu will find ttt Jfff'M Ili'iliiiirunt. Ohnrrh f*l. In Ilirxr hot oullry tliiyni coine l» 3tH't, —Adv, Construction and alteration^ .valued at $213,330 during July were reported by Building Inspector Andrew Bcnticy In a monthly report accepted last nig'i-.t at a meeting of the boaid of warden and burgesses. Permits, for thirty-one one-family houses valued at' $202,000 were granted, with other now construction being four garages valued at $730. Five permits were granted for alterations to flvo houses valued at ,'j;7 1 350, one- garage was demolished as was one commercial building. A 'total of 45' permits wore granted and 20 Inspections made by Mr. Bcntloy. The report listed the following 15 owners of now construction on Patten drive, in the Glcndale development, kind of construction, owner's-, and inspector's values: Stephen Sturdovant, four rooms, $6,000: Robert Halcott, four rooms, $6000: E. W. Burns, four rooms, $,6000; Edward Han ley, four rooms, $G,000; Charles Durban, four rams, $7,000; Louis Quinn, four rooms $6,000; Robert Humlston, four rooms, $7000; Gcorrfo Nelson, flvo rooms, 57,000;' L. H. James, four rooms, $6,000; Albert Kevorbaln, four rooms, $7,000, t Arthur Taylor, four rooms, $6,000; DouglOK Cockroft, four rooms, $6,000; I. W. Wilson, four rooms, $6,000; Hugh Emerson, four rooms, 56.000; Charles Thompson, flvo rooms, $7,000. Five construction jobs on Dalton road, also in tho project, are as follows; Charles Schrneter, four rooms. $7.000; Fancis and Mary Is'oonan, five rooms nnd garage, S8.000; Francis Janik, four rooms, '57.000; Edmund Murray, four rooms, $6,000; John Parkinson, four rooms, $7,000; George Angrovc, four rooms and garage, $7.'000; R. W. Brodio, four rooms and garage, $8.000, Other construct.'on Included: Francis J. Hrock, Mnrjoric street, flvo rooms, $81000; Edward Lingen- hold, Jr.,' Quinn street, five rooms, $7,000; Frank Sullivan, Arch street, four rooms, $&,000; Lawrence Zwick, Gorman street, five rooms, •ROOO, Patrick Connelly, Field St., four four room houses at $5,000 each; Donald P.rubakor, Summit road, six | rooms, $9,000; Carl Gustafson, New street, four rooms $6,000; Fred Rainvillo, City Hill atrcct, garage, $350 owner's value, $400 Inspector's value; Clementine Tumbruski ilfi' North Hoadlcy street, garage, $500 owner's valuo, $600 inspector's value; James Skerlk, New Havon road, garage, $350; James Brazil, Prospect street,. garage, $2,000; Mary Moriarty, 174 Cherry street, shod, addition, $330 owner's value, $100 Inspector's value, Vito Rado, Coon street, shed, $150; Gardner Wood, Galpin street extension, storage shed, ,t300: Willis Peterson, 42 Quinn street, porch, addition. $250; Harold Howard, 260 Quinn street, porch, addition, $800; Harold _ Johnson, Sheffield lane,' porch, addition, $300 owner's value, $400 inspector's value; John Sc- gotti, 258 Scott, street, one room, addition, $2,000; John Chonko 10 Anderson strcot five rooms addition, $4,000. Lawyer Hired To Clear Youth Held On Suspicion Onset, Mass., Ai,;r- T—(IT P)—A Boston lawyer has been hired by Charles Goodale's family to clear the Ons-:'.-. y.-.urh nr suspicion in tho slayir.ir of Huth ilcO'i •':. Attorney Matthew King of Mattapan tnld nowsinon at his Onset summer homo that 'ie was leaving Immediately for Dedham to confer with District Attorney Edmund' Dewing regard ing tho case, Goodale has boon held incommunicado for more than TO hours as a suspicious person. 'He has provided an .alibi but Dewing said it had failed to stand up under intensive chocking. Tho suspect's nlibi—supplied by two friends—is thai he was in. a Buzzard's Bay caf'o with another girl on the- right of July 27th. That was tho night Ruth McGurk loft an Or.sct'djince ha!I (or hor death ride. Five days later her body was found in a cranberry bug reservoir near Goodalc's mont." Voting Procedure At Peace Parley Is Explained (By United Press) Here is an' oxplanaiicm of the vstihg procedure.at UK: Paris pe.ice treaty conference, following acjop- lion of the British propor.il. Jn the first place, any treaty recommendations adopto.'l by the full conference 'of 21-nalions will bo, essentially, only advisory. That is, the Bifr-Four still will write the final treaties. On all points of tlio treaties on which tho Bid-Four reached aprr-c- ment in their prc-conforcncc discussions, the United States will vote with the BiR-Four. From here on, there arc three possibilities ,whon these points come to a vote before the full, 22- nation conierence. First, they may bo approved. Second, by a simple majority, tho full conference may adopt an alternative proposal. In this case, tho full conference decision will bo- Ambulance Makes 31 Trips In July The Naugatuck Community ambulance was detailed on 31 trips during July, accordintr to the month ; y report of -Police Chief John J. Gormley. A total of 37 arrests were made, 38 cases handled, 3-1 males and four females. The'detailed report is as follows: Breach of peace, three; breaking and entering, one; morals, two; Intoxication, flvcf'non-support, four; theft, two; violation of borough ordinance, two; violation of motor vehicle laws, 20; violation o£ immigration 'laws, one; violation of parking meters, ]g. Disposition of the cases were: Bound over to Superior Court, one; bonds ca.lled, 13; committed to state hospital nt Middletown, one; continued, three; nolled, two; paid flincs, eight; sentence suspended flvo; turned over to Wat.crbury police, one; trued over to New York .police, one; turned over to the immigration inspector, one. Eleven days wore lost by members of tho regular force. 4SO hours of spocial duty was recorded. 24 stores and offices found open,.42 lodgers accommodated. • plnco of employ- comc nn advisory suggestion to the | Big-Four when they come to write the final treaties. However, the U. S. still remains committed to vote wilh the Big Four. Third, the full 1 conference may j udopt an alternative by a two- thirdi vote. In this event, the full conference .decision still is only advisory to the Big Four. But—and this is the essential difference—the U. S. ton reserves the right to anar.- don its Big-Four agreement when the final treaty is being- written, and to support the provision suggested by the full coitferoncc. In addition to this. . there ave some 26 points of the trcnty provisions on which the Big-Four have reached no agreement. These wcro thrown into the full 2Vnation conference for suggestions. The U. S. has rn.ido nc commitments regaling those 2(i points, rmd thus may support any recommendation of tho full conference, cither by a simple majority, or a. two-thirds vote. Representative Roger Slaughtc the man who was marked for de fe.-it by President Truman in Mi.< souri's fifth district Democrat! primary election, has been beatei by Enos Axtell. With virtually all the returns in Axtoll holds a margin of 2,000 vote. Ho led from the very beginning and he's Democratic nominee with excellent chances of being sent congress in the November elections Slaughter went down under th opposition of five President, th CIO Political Action Committee,and liberal-minded voters. The re surgent Pendorgast political ma chine delivered the votes to Axtel in their strongholds, and it was on ly in the so-called "silk-stockinsr 1 district of Kansas City that the consorvaive Slaughter received powerful support. Mr. Truman asked the voters to defeat Slaughter because of hi: <inli-aciminist.rat.ion voting record The President said that if Slaughter wore rjght, then lie—the President—was wrong on tha administration's program. Marshal Shea Files Report With Board On Fire Inspections FJS-C Marshal Michael F. Shea in lis monthly statement to the board of warden nnd bursrssos, reported Joseph Bruno, Wotctoury owner of a restaurant on South Main street, vas ordered to remove hazardous conditions existing; on property. An 'xhauso fan and cupola on roof vere covered with grease, ho reported. Theso wore ordered cleaned, ilso back yard to b cleaned of all •ubbish. Othor orders: Gene's restaurant, South Main —GrtllnK rniil.v fop Unit trip. ,.,Cull CHUCK'S Frlrndly Service nnd lmvn Mi cm irlVi* your cur u rcttl icolnic over. CnH 4055 for courteous otrvlcc,-—A<|T, Town Of Southbury Is Being Sued Waterbury, Aug.- 7—f U P\ —The town of Southbui'y is being sued for 50,000 by Ralph Dovino who claims that his property was sold two years ago for 88 cents because of an alleged delinquent tax assessment, Devino, a Watcrbury lumberman, charges that tho delinquency occurred before he bought the property in 1940 and that he was not even notified that the land was to be sold. —Ifiivv .von Hern (tit ni«w 1047 StH(l«'- Iwkor? 'If'* rnilly worth flerlnf:. Von can «f*» K by vtaltlnir thp NniiKatuck Btttter,v and! Auto Service,—Adv. Local Man Sued For $15,000 A $15,000 damages suit has boon brought against William F. Daly, Jr., also known ns Daley, Naugatuck. and John A. Warner, Pros- noct, by Ruth C. MacConnell, Wcst- horo, Mass., who claims she was permanently injured last Aug. 8 when an automobile in which she -was riding, owned and operated by her husband, Gerald, was struck by a Car owned by Daly and operated by Warner in Barns, Vt. Tho plaintiff alleges the dofcYid- ant driver failed to grant the right of way at an intersection. The action was filed in Superior court, DIVORCE ACTION A divorce action was brought in Watcrbury Superior court yesterday by Charles F. Wysocki, Naugatuck, against Mrs. Valeric (Bar- onatis) Wysocki, Watedbury. Tho plaintiff claims habitual intemperance and cruelty since Jan. 1, 1941. The couple were married Aug. 1937 in Brewgter, K. T. treet, clean back yard: Chapel Electric Co., South Main street, clean back yard; Mrs. Olsycwski, Linos Hill, install two exits for third and fourth "floors; St. Mary's nnd St.. Hcdwig's church carnivals inspected. Complaint received from Vcsidcnt of High street that neighbor had lire in incinerator and sparks wore setting fire to property. Owner to havn ca\'cr fitted for inrineraior. Bennett Weissman, Bcebo street, have incinerator repaired; Mrs. Charles Spreaman, Beacon Valley, given final notice to have blockade of piano, rubbish removed from hallway; comnlaint of a Cherry i-treo.t resident that papers and linoleum being burned in incinorato; without cover. Owner to renew in cinerator and place Jai-ge heavj wire mosli on top; many othor places inspected and advice given to remove hazardous conditions. Over~300Attend Concert, Join In Community Singing Roy Woodin. n. Salem school pupil, featured the Naugatuck Community Band Concert, hold last evening on the Groon, with his soln rendition of Fulton's "Dreams of Love." The concert, a second of a scries, was attended by a, crowd of over 300, who by thoir applause, showed appreciation of the music being presented. Community singing, under tho leadership of Conrad Rohs, was conducted, with many of those present joining in enthusiastically In rendering the several songs, old and new, which wore sungr. •—For .vonr next imlr of nhor*. coni«r In nnd w* UN. Moult? nil -Ihc fftvoritr Niulonn! miikrM tire nviillnblr. HICK'S Sbot Store, 1« IMpk St.,. Wtlij',—Adv.. FIKEMAJv" HURT Bridgeport, Aug. 7—CUP)—Fireman Daniel J Brccn is reported in fairly good condition at St. Vincent's hospital. Brccn fell 30 foot from a ladder while fighting a S75,- 000 fire Saturday. A high pressure hose snapped back and dislodged himV —Have, you • Inrn lirre lnl«l»-? Wrll. Him you'rn ' ni[h*fnK fiifclnt: ndvitntmc" of some crcnt vnlu™. TlHlt RAPIIAKT.,'8, fflshlon store, tomorrow. What began as a congenial and harmonious mooting- of the board of warden nnd burgcssos last night proceeded to a bitter battle of words octwccn Warden Leo J. Brophy and Fire Chief John J. Sheridan when the matter of replacing the present hook and ladder truck ol the flrc department with .1 now vehicle was presented the board by Republican Burgess J. Rudolph Anderson. Following Mr. Anderson's suggestion that $6,000 bo taken from the S'10,000, received :is payment of borough-owned property recently sold, and be used to Ivolp defray tho cost of the lire 'truck, Chief Shcrl don appeared before the board and askori what plo.n was boing made to replace the present machine whicn is 30 years old. He nskcd whether the 517,500 approved at the freemen's mooting for the purchase of a truck was "goinc to pass on," meaning that n now appropriation would be necessary another year. He said that ho t2ioi;/;!ii bis "was a reasonable request for infoimation and th.it he was not "demanding anything." Warden Brophy explained that ho as an individual could not determine what procedures would be taken on setting a now truck, but said the board can usk for prices. out not bids. -He said, ".Tm no ttry- mg to duck the issue of fire protection and improvement." Tho two men engaged in heated argument as to policies when Chief Sheridan wns warden and Mr. Brophy was a burgess, with the chief returning to thn major issue each time as to when something wns to jo done concerning: rrplacinfi- of ho present hook and ladder truck. Tlio alteration concluded when. VIr. Anderson termed the entire Tmlter .is "childish" and no action vas taken on tho issues. When the question of appointing a part time assessor was brought oforo the board, the minority side criucstcd more time for prcpar- lion. Warden Brophy at that time old tiic board he desired to clarify ho matter'of apponntmcnts to tho ward of public welfare nnd read rom a copy of the minutes of the orouffhs and cities hearing hold n Hartford when Senator William A. Painter presented Ms bill on appointments to borough boards. Ho road a portion in which Senator Painter was agreeable that the board of welfare be excluded from the bill, th'at board to be appointed by the warden. Senator Painter had protested the recent appointment of William Mariano to the welfare hoard claiming tho selection should have boon made from a list submitted by the minority side. v When the session convened about M minutes later than tho scheduled hour. Burgess Anderson asked that inasmuch as the last mceUnf; was not adjourned ho believed the appointment of a regular fircmnn to the local department should be mnde before nny other business came b6fore the board. The war- don requested that people in the. court room be given -the courtesy to bo heard prior to any other board business. Mr. Anderson conceded. As tho board was presented the matter of appointing a fireman a vote by secret ballot was taken, •with John Lawlor receiving three votes and Everett Donovan three votes. One ballot was blank. Residents of . Alma street Appeared before -the board for the second consecutive mooting requesting that the street be accepted by -the borough, and that a .street light and firebox be Installed. Albert. Markcy as (spokesman for the group, said there are 98 residents on the street, and that there n. had condition prevailing without street lights. He snld the people would like the street accepted and that it is not in any worse condition than other streets on the cast Bide of tho borough which, have been accepted. Another resident declared ho thought it poor jjolicy of the administration not to accept tho; street during the past 10 years, and concluded by saying that if no\ % action was taken by the board some. other action would be taken. Warden Brophy explained that the grades have never been accepted on the street and that it is another case of a developer "walk- ng; off" after selling- property. He said the borough wants to help the •esidents and he suggested the dc- eloper, Robert Koscrsky of Grand View Heights be contacted and asked to complete the road. Tho matter of lights was..referred tor he street light 'committee.

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