Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 12, 1949 · Page 8
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 8

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, October 12, 1949
Page 8
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PAGE g—NAUCATT7CK NEWS (CONN.), WEDNESDAY. OCT. 12, 1M9 Waterbury Two Construction Workers Die As Sewer Tunnel Collapses Waterbury, Oct. 12 — Two construction •workers lost their lives yesterday when the walls of a tunnel in which they were working collapsed. Police identified the men as 43-year-old Jerry Caipolupo and 37-year-old Salvatore Carpen- tiri, both of Waterbury. The men vtere working on a now sewer system for Wate'rhury at the Scovill Mfg. Co. According to police, they were tunneling under a small canal when the walls caved in and the excavation filled with water. When the cave in occurred, the two workers were about eight feet from completing the job.' Fellow workers reached the cave in after completing: the tunnel from the opposite end. They removed the two bodies. Medical Examiner Edward A. Kirschbaum said the men drowned. New Voters Two City Hall records were broken yesterday when the Board of Selectmen met to register new voters for the municipal election Nov. n. Town Clerk Mrs. Carolyn S. Rowland announced that 231 new voters were enrolled. Of the total, 106 were Republican, and 66 expressed Democratic primary preference. Excepting presidential election years, the total number of new voters Is greater than for any other first Tuesday of the final week of registration during the past 10 years. Figures prior to that date arc not available. Selectmen will meet today *o swear in new voters and will also meet daily except Sunday through October 18. Shedd To Preside At Salem School PTA Meeting Tonight All parents and teachers of Salem school are Invited to attond the opening session oj the Parent- Teacher association tonight at 8 o'clock. Following the presentation of incoming president Earl Shedd and associate officers by retiring president, Richard Spann, a short business meeting will be held, with President Shedd presiding. Tonight has been designated by the officers as "Get-Acquainted Night" for parents and teachers. Cider and donuts will be served under the chairmanship of Mrs. Ralph Kulton, during a social hour. Your October birthday bouquet 49c A fresh and lovely field of fiowers for »b* October born ... in bright and beautiful array lo add o pretty new note to your early (all costumes. ROWERS-OF-THE-MONTH f b 191-199 CHURCH ST. NAUOATUCK Store Open Daily Monday thru Saturday, 9:30 to 5:45 . . . also Friday Nights combed broadcloth blouse Vtry wonderful... the tailoring of thii beauty on a budget! Convertible collar, action-back pleats, and «»»ro long toili that let you reach and bend. P«orl buttons. Sanforized, colorfast, washable! White, maize, aqua, blue, pink, grey, lilac. Sizes 32 to 40. Famous SHIP 'n SHORE quality as seen in LIFE MADEMOISELLE and SEVENTEEN — — —MAIL AND PHONI OHDIRS fUlfD —— __ Pteate send me these SHIP 'n SHORE blouses *2 9 ' • och SIZE COLO* Ind CHOICI Name .................. , Address City ...................... Zone. . . .State ....... D Check G Charge Q C.O.D. 191-199 CHURCH ST. NAUGATUCK Store Open Daily Monday thru Saturday, 9:30 to 5:45 . . . also Friday If Head Of Norwalk Housing Authority Named To State Post Hartford, Oct. 12—(UP)—The executive director of the Norwalk Housing Authority ha» been given a $7,500-a-year job. The appointment of Sylvester C. Shaughnessy was announced today by State Housing Administrator Bernard Loshbough. will act a.s liaison man between the State Housing Administrator's ofllce and the locnl Housing Authorities of 39 Connecticut municipalities. Mysterious Chemical Mist Brings Protests In Cincinnati, 0. Cincinnati, Oct. 12—- (UP)—Ar: thoritios are investigating a mysterious chemical mist-that rolled throujrh suburban Roselawn and Bond Hill. It damaged inaint on several homes and reportedly discolored washings hung out to dry. Obscrvere said several small children had their hair tinted ;. Grnenish yellow by the vapors. Some 50-house-holders (whose property allegedly suffered from the vapors assembled in an indignation 'nvc-tingr and demanded tha* citv officials take action. Councilman John M. Mol!oy said he would rnk council to make a thorough investigation and to determine whether the srnnlo- abatement ordinance should be invoked. Church Group Plans First Fall Bazaar Beacon Falls Loyal Daughters, United Church Sets Nov. 5 Date Plans for its annual fall bazaar and supper to be held Nov. D, were initiated, at last nights meeting of the Loyal Daughters of the United Church, with Mrs. James Rcilly ^resident, presiding. Mrs. John Ferguson is general Chairman of the supper. Mrs. Shetler and Mrs. Frederick Smith cochairmen of the bazaar. They will appoint their own committees. The affair will be held in the church hall from 5:30 to 7:30. Members and friends will contribute sewing, foods and other items for the booths. The business meeting was followed by n Halloween party. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Milton Smith r or the funniest costume find to Mrs. Harold Eklund for the original. Mrs. Florence Carlson was awarded a carving set as a door prize. The next meeting will be held Nov. 14. Hostesses will be Mrs. Raymond Sullivan, Mrs. Harry Ferguson, Mrs. James Reilly, Mrs. Albert Eggleton, Mrs. !_,. Harris souTiratmY DERBY The Sheridan Council, Knights of Columbus, are sponsoring a coast- Ing debry, an annual Columbus Day event, at the Southbury Training School this afternoon. Twenty entries will compete over a 500-yard course for the prizes. Judges are Victor T. Harper, William Sharp and Martin Lindsley. ViHltora are welcome. Boise, Idaho—The chief non-table uses of potatoes are exports, starch •"id alcohol manufacture, and cattle feed. Pencil Sellers Told To Hit The Road Two vagrants were given terms in the New Haven ^County Jail suspended for one year on the condition that they leave the borough and not return, in borough court this morning. Henry Waite, 43, of Morris, Conn., was sentenced to five days i in the county jail, suspended for a ycnr, nffer ho wns nrrcKlot! on n vagrancy chargi- by Patrolman John Mikalchus for Helling pencils yesterday in Union City. Edward Procter, 48, of Rochester, N. Y., was given a 30-day sentence, suspended for a year, when arrested on a vagrancy charge by Patrolman Henry Racki, for selling pencils yesterday on Church street. TIMBER DEFINITION Seattle—To be properly called a timber, a piece of lumber must be five or more inches thick and five or more inches wide. SPEEDING Kranris A. Dy.iPnKielnw.iki. 23. of 42 Goodyear avenue, wa.s arrctitetj last night >n .Waterfoury on a charge of speeding. Enjoy A DELICIOUS SANDWICH at ROOKY'S WAYS1DK KITCHEN Waterbury Road at Hatta MI1U I Open DaUy 12 Noon to 12 Midnight I Sundays 3 P. M. to 12 Midnight Details Unavailable In Goodyear Parley Puffalo, N. Y.. Oct. 12-—(UP) — 0-fficials of the Goodyear Tire .ind Rubber Company and'the CIO United Rubber Workers of America are completing- two full weeks of rieso- tiations fcr a new wage contract. Both groups refuse to discuss what progress is being made but admit that negotiations will continue until some agreement is reached. The meetings nr c being held in a downtown hotel in Buffalo. Involved are employes from ten plants of the Goodyear Corporation. NOIXES Stanley Ruszcyk, 18, of Mulberry street, Naugatuck, was granted a nolle on a charge of speeding in Waterbury City court yesterday. Also granted a nolle was Robert Kra.kowslci. 21, of Burton road, Beacon Falls, on a rules of the roa3 violation charge. THE CHINA INN 11 Ilnrrlson Avc. Wnterhurj Closed All Day Mondays Tuesday thru Friday Open 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. Saturday 11 A. M. to 12 Midnight Sunday 12 Noon to 12 Midnight RADIO — TE1,EV1SIOJ> R.C.A. — Admiral . 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