Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 5, 1949 · Page 5
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Long Election Count May Gain Oxford Voting Machines A definite possibility exists that voting machines will be purchased for the town of Oxford, because of the difficulty of counting paper ballots when a large number of tickets are .split, according to Frederick R. Rice, Jr., newly elected Oxford first selectman. Final count in the town's election Monday was not available until 4:30 o'clock Tuesday morning. The polls closed Monday night at 6 o'clock. • Sir. Bice. Republican, defeated Justice Booth, Democrat, by B vote of 375 to 235. Charles "P. Pope, former Democratic selectman, received 92 writft-in votes. The total vote exceeded that of the year preview? by nearly 200 votes. 19i9 total vote 646, Democratic 118, Republican 236, vsplit 292, rejected 23. Assessor: Edward Prokcl> (D) 354; xWillis . Bartow (R) 428; xRavmond Godshal (R) 446. Board of Tax Review: George Sohoellcr, Jr., (D) 352; xRobert Hawkins (R) 411; Nicholas Madorno (D) 355; xRlchard Jacobs (R) 403. Selectmen: xjustus Booth (D) 353; xFred Bice Jr., (R) 375; Thomals Flannery (D) 307; xGer- aid Boudreau (R). 319; Charles Boyse (R) 92: Treasurer: Qtto Karcher (D) 288; xRichard Nybergr (R) 428. Clerk: Adele Dytko (D) 276; xArthur Hoyt (R) 445. Tax Collector: Harold Cassidy (D) 293; xCyrus Shelton (R) 420. Grand jurors: xEdward Oczkowski (D) 275; xHorace Tomlinson <R> 440; xEdward Vaivoda (D) 290; xRichard Jacobs (R) 425; xStanley Seccombe (R) 435. Constables: xDemetro Dytko, (D) 332; xEugene Du Paul (R) 399; xJoseph Prokpp (D) 313 xOscar Olsen (R) 400; xJoseph Rekus (D) 288; xTcomas Engle (R) 396; Frank Prokop (D1 287; xJohn Sears. (R) 408. Registrar of Voters: xViola Madorno <D) 302; xEarle Oleison (R) 408. School Board: xFrances Schoenberg (D) 322; xFranklyn Sanford (R.) 389; xHeTen Prokop (D) 298 xLouis Tomlinson (R) 408. Agent Deposit Fund: xJustus Booth (D) 314; xWilliam R. Curtiss (R) 417; xThpmas Flannery (D) 297; xEdward" P. Rowland (R) 415; Joseph Prokop (D) 294 xj. Mabel L,um (R) 4OO. Finance Board: xCarl Kaschcl (D) 324: xNicholas Potepanko (R) 381; xJohn Begley, Jr., (D) 283 xAlexander Mitmlich (R) 446; xClark Pope (D) 317; xHoward Smith (R) 397; xJohn Magda CD) 295; xDavid Schreiber (R) 407 xMyrtle Flannery, 1 year (D) 282 xWilliam R. Curtiss, 1 year (R) 417. . Zoning, .Board of Appeals: xAt- water Treat (D) 299; xLouis Tom- Hnson (R) 408; xEdward Prokop (D) 282; xRobert Moselle (R) 418 FOURTEEN FELLED IN GARAGE BLAST 50 Building TtJNXEt OPENING The twin tunnels of West Rock will be open to the public and for traffic Nov. 1. Two hundred members of the Conn. Society of Civil Engineers will be the first group of guests to pass through the tunnels on Thursday. STEEL KECOKD SET American steel production in 1948 was 88,533,729 tons, a peacetime record. Full Line of Fresh Bakeries Every Sunrise . BIRTHDAY CAKES CHOCOLATE ECLAIRS SWISS PASTRY PARTY BOLLS CITY BAKERY MAPLE ST. . TEL. 3678 Opea Dally 6:30 A. M. to 6 P. M. FIRST AID ADMINISTERED TO VICTIM OF GARAGE EXPLOSION SUFFERING FROM severe burns, his clothing blasted from his body, Morns Augntman, 31 (top), is given first aid on street outside a midtown New York garage which was wrecked by a gasoline explosion. Be- Jow smashed automobiles jut from the side of the shattered building while others he in.the debris-filled street, after being blown from the structure cy the force of the blast. Fourteen persons were injured and 100 cars destroyed. The shock was felt over a wide area. (International) Espotahs 'Not Satisfied' Announcing the Opening .Thursday, Oct. 6,1349 of the Naugatuck Package Store 153 SOUTH MAlfr STREET TEL. 5139 Owned and Managed by Anthony M, Pesanelli Featuring a Full Line of Nationally Known WHISKEYS, BEERS, WINES, RUMS, GINS, CORDIALS and Other Liquor Specialties AT LOWEST PRICES Free, Prompt, Courteous Delivery Service to All Parts of Naugatuck Senator Homer Ferguson (R- Mich.), a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, is shown as he told reporters in Washington that he is "not satisfied" with his committee's approval of Judge Sherman Million's nomination as Associate Justice of the Surireme Court. Minton is a Circuit Court Judg-p in Indiana. (International) Subversive Slav Wins Bond Cut New Havon, Oct. 5—fUPi—The iXRCiitivc-sficrelriry of the American Slav ConfrrcKs hns; -won a round in his legal fight aga.lnst the federal government but he still faces deportation. The bail of Georue Pirinsky hao been cut from $25,000 to $5,000. The reduction was ordered by a Ihree- iudge panel of the United States Court of Appeals which agreed M'ith him that the bail was unreasonably high. The American Slav Congress is iisted by the Department of Justice as subversive. (Continued From Page One) Benedict Pranulis, Clark road, demolish garage; Harry MtfLean, Auburn street, four rooms, $8,000; Ale* Rimkua, Jones road, shed, SHOO; Joseph Quinn, Quinn street, four rooms, ,$7,500; Mr. and,Mrs. Albert Meyers, 18 Carroll street, demolish garage; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyers, 18 Carroll street, three rooms, $4,000. Christine Gabriel, 171 May street, trailer shelter, $125; J. E. Titlev, 267 Cherry street. garage ; $1,200; Mr. and Mrs. William Balchunas, 362 North Hoadley street, garage $750; Katherine and Helen Nettleton. Allerton road, coop addition S200; Arthur Anderson, : 70 New' street, garage, $1,000; Mrs. Adele Scholan, Hazel street, five rooms, $3,000; Austin Curette. Beacon Valley road, dormer, $200. Mr. and Mrs. Evert Swenson. Field street, four rooma, $7,000; Norris Fitzgerald, 168 Gorman street, garage, $750; Christine Hulstrunk, 44 Meybourne court, demolish garage; Christine: Hulstrunk, 44 Meybourne court, de$1,200; Manuel Tavares, 16 Ward street, five car garage, $3,000; Marie Sandblom, Millville avenue, j iiasn. $1,000; Abraham Stornberg, M iplc Hill road, coop, $2,500. Evelyn Birch, Mulberry Hill, three room cottage, $1,200; Victor Anderson, Jr., Field street, cellar, $750; C. P. Rodenbach, 56 Terrace avenue, demolish barn; Eastern Malleable Iron Co., Bridge street, demolish barn; Eastern Malleable Iron Co., School street, demolish house; Joseph Forrest, Field street, five rooms. $8,000;' Mary and John Halasik, 18 Dunn avenue, garage. $750; Vincent Sirella, 126 City Hill street, four rooma, $7,500. Danbury Resident Held In Stabbing Danbury, Oct. 5—(UP)—A 52- year-old Danbury man is held under $5,000 bond in connection with the stabbing of a neighbor. Habib Beshara is charged with assault with a dangerous weapon. Police said he stabbed.. Said Beeb Deeb with a potato knife during an argument. A Spokesman for Danbury Hospital said Deeb is in critical condition. IT'S ALL OVER BUT THE &RIES WEARIED BY THE TUMULT and the strain ol the pennant race, Burt Shotton. manager oi the Brooklyn Dodgers, stretches out (or a bit of overdue rest. With his. National League champs getting ready for the World Scries, he doesn't expect to relax swain for some days. (International) Retired Middletown Chief Is Honored Middletown, Oct. 5—(UP)—Ro- tired Middletown Police Chief Charles A. Anderson has been honored by the Chiefs of Police Association of Connecticut. Anderson is a past president of the organization and served as head of the Middletown police department for more than 25 years. At a meeting in Middletown, Anderson was given several gifts and a framed resolution drafted by the association. • Taint 'So, Says Albie Booth In Answer To Reports Of His Death New Haven, Oct. 5—(UP)—Yale's former football star, Albie .'Sooth, wants everyone to know that he's very much alive. Booth is being; kept busy deny- ! ng that he died. The rumor started when a man identified as Alfred B. Booth was found dead in an alley. The former football star's first name is Albert, not Alfred, and we repeat, he's very much alive. Truck Snaps Pole, Driver Uninjured Cheshire, Oct. 5—CUP)—A large truck plunged off a road, snapped a utility pole an.d overturned, The driver—Aaron P. Goldberg of Brooklyn, N. Y., climbed out of the cab without help. He hag only minor injuries. Goldberg says the accident happened when the steering mechanism failed. . Shannon Counsel For Accused Slayer Bridgeport, Oct. 5—(UP)—Former Governor James C. Shannon has been appointed as counsel for one of the two men indicted for the slaying of a Greenwich night watchman last July. ' Shannon will represent Frank C Smith of Darien. He was appointed o.s Smith's attorney by Superior Court Judge Edward J. Quinlan. Smith and George F. Lowderi of SI amford will be put to plea tomorrow to first degree murder indictments. They are accused of killing 68-year-old Grover S. Hart during a holdup attempt at the Indian Harbor Yacht Club. Lowden is being defended by Public Defender Charles R. Coveft. APPLES , Hartford.—Uncle Sam is going to start buying Connecticut apples. An official of the United States Department of Agriculture says that the buying .will get under way next week. A decision to, buy was reached becau.se the state has an apple surplus this year. APPOINTED Hartford, Oct. 5— (UP)— A new city and police court judge fpr Hartford has been appointed by Governor Bowles. He is Vincent ,W. Dennis, former corporation counsel. Dennis succeeds former Judge John P. Cotter who became prosecutor of the new criminal division of the common pleas court. NAPGATPCK NEWS (CONN.), WEDNESDAY. OCT. 5. IMS-PAGE b TAKB » \»>\ VSSSNX ' 'S S S S S S S S s r sssssss/s\<;\ «<«« NX \/ NX NX \/ \/ NX \/ NX \x \/ \x NX \x NX NX NX NX XN XN XN xv XN /v XN xv xv /v xv xv xv xv xv xv xv xv A V^ "AAy Mommy's Got A 'Lectric Trigerator" Even the youngsters are excited over the transformation of their homes that Nun-atuck National Appliance Loan., have brought about. « How-about your home? Do you want ll equipped with the latest electrical appliances _ refrigerator, washing machine,' ironcr, deep freeze, 'and so on ? Then make your selections at one or more stores and get a .single loan to cover all purchases. You will imd low rates, liberal tcniw and a friendly desire to serve. The NAUGATUCK NATIONAL BANK MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION . FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM \>N>\\NXNXXx L xy/y>y^> « ty NX NX NX NX NX NX NX NX NX NX NX NX NX NX NX NX [y >v xv xv XV xv vv xv xv XV /v xv xv /v xv « /\ /v A YMCA Has Modern Brazil Buildings, Y's Men Informed Advances in YMCA work in South America, were described by Harry Lichtward, national Y- secretary for South America at a meeting of the Y's Men's Club last night in the YMCA cafeteria. Mr. Lichtward spoke on the inadequacy of school facilities in the continent to the south. YMCA's in South America, particularly in Brazil, are aiding the school program by conducting schools and colleges in the Y buildings, many of which are more modern than those in the United States, he said. ' An active YMCA worker for more than 80:years, Mr. Lichtward has held his present position since 1929. Next week's meeting of the club will be a business meeting, according to president Bradford Smith. No speaker is scheduled. Monday evening at 7 o'clock, there will be a meeting of the club's board of directors. The site of the meeting will be announced. Education Agency Survey Scheduled Hartford. Oct. 5—(UP)—The appointment of two experts who will survey Connecticut's educational agencies was announced today by the commission which is studying ways of streamlining the state government. The commission named Clifford R. Bragdon of Smith college as project director and Alexander Pur[don of the Quincy, Mass., Chamber of Commerce as his associate. They will survey the state board of education, the University of Con- .necticut. State Teachers' college!) and other state educational agencies. Convict Given Extra Sentence For Escape Effort . Hartford, Oct. 5—(UP)—A convict who escaped from the state j orison farm in Enfield last. May has been given an additional one «.o 10 year Sentence* Harold M. Miekel,- formerly of Norwalk, Ohio, told a superior court judge that he ••an away because he was upset by news from home that his wife was •starting a divorce suit. , He was captured shortly after his escape near the Charter Oak bridge, almost in sight of the main prison j in Wethersfield. Miekel was originally sentenced last January for one to three years for armed robbery . Statistics compiled for 1948 show only two unmistakeable cases of lynching. Toowumt PRIZES The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 87 CHURCH STREET Tel. 5236 yx'XxV/x'xVWV^V^Q^^^C HOWLAND HUGHES "Waterbury's Friendly Department Store" QUALITY FABRICS, DEEP LACE TRIMS FINE SEAMS, AND DETAILING MAKE THEM EXCEPTIONAL VALUES LACE TRIMMED MULTI-FILAMENT RAYON CREPE SLIPS Irregulars of $2.98 Quality si 99 each Slips of quality, tailoring and fine fit. Made- to sell for ranch more, but due to slight oil .spots or heavy threads they're labeled irregulars . . . ticketed with a tiny price tag. It's your opportunity to stoek--.lip p.n beautiful slips at penny pinching: prjee.s. Fashioned' of multifilament rayon crepe with -deep' lace trim on bodice top and hem. Colors of White Pink Blue and Black. Sizes 32 to 40. SECOND FLOOR

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