Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 13, 1949 · Page 8
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 8

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NEWSJCONX.), THURSDAY, OCT. 13, 1940 Waterbury Waterbury Policeman Shot While Chasing Prowler Waterbury police are investigating a shooting in which Patrolman Henry Doran was slightly in- lured about 8:45 ^lock last night. The patrolman was struck by a sullet fired from an auto at JNo'rth Main street and Easton avenue, while chasing a prowler. He was Tested at the office of Dr. Frank Bowes, police and fire surgeov 'or an abrasion of the skin over the right eye, caused by the bullet. Patrolman Doran was removed from duty pending further medical treatment. I According to police, a woman in the neighborhood called headquar- ! ters and reported that a man was I prowling in the rear of 740 North j Main street. Patrolman Doran was sent to the scene and after he began a search of porches in the rear of the building, he said, a man jumped from » second floor porch and ran down the alley and into the alley along aide o£ the Pickett drug store. Patrolman Doran said he gave chase and that as he ran out of the alley Into North Main street and started towards Easton avenue a shot was fired from a car and the bullet whizzed past his head, grazing his forehead. The patrolman said the auto then sped away. Police were investigating early today. SAVINGS AND QUALITY IN SHOES | WORK SHOES Composition and Leather Soles $5.95 MEN'S DRESS OXFORDS Brown, Black COMBAT BOOTS $5.95 up BOYS' DRESS OXFORDS Brown, Black $6.95 up I $4.75 up CHESTER'S ARMY & NAVY SURPLUS STORE 24 SOUTH MAIN STREET Naugatuck Phone 6919 OPEN DAILY 9—6 — FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 9 P. M. Removes Name Joseph J. Hrynlewicki, a Democratic member of the Board of Selectmen, has ordered his name removed from the Democratic primary list. A supporter of Harry IX. Cashin during the recent Democratic primary, Hrynlewicki was not rcnominated for office. He did not register with any other party. Hryniewlck! said he planned to complete his present term, which expires Jan. 1. Community Chest Rosalind Rusff'^ Waterbury's gift to Hollywood, will make a personal appearance on the Green tonight at 8. p. m. at a rally supporting the Community Chest drive. With her husband, Frederick Brisson, Miss Russell arrived in New York from Hollywood yesterday. They will visit with the star's jnother, Mrs. .James' E. Russell, Sr., 74 Country Club Rd., before leaving for a vacation in Itnly. Denies Claim William T. Jebb, manager of tha western division of the Connecticut Light and Power Co. yesterday branded "A lie" a recent report of the Rural Electrification Administration that 710 additional farms in Conn, had been- electrified by REA in the past year, leaving only 111 without electricity. Mr. Jebb said that electrification of farms in Connecticut has been only through private electrical companies, with no aid by REA. He spoke at a meeting of the Kiwanis Club in The Elton. Mr. Jebb emphasized that governmental reports of the type referred to were instrumental in influencing Americans' opinions on the government's program of nationalizing industries and professions. The speaker pointed out that of the 22,241 farms in Connecticut, a total of 14,681 have been electrified by CL&P. In the company's area, he continued, there were 79 farms without electric service last June 3Q. Twenty-nine of these farms were given service since then, leaving 50 of which 44 were offered service but refused it, he added. Mr. Jebb stated that a professional study made under sponsorship of the New England Council showed that 157,000 kilowatt hours remains to be developed in New England, outside of Maine. About 420,000 KWH may be developed if Maine is included. But a governmental report declared that 3 1-3 million KWH remain to be developed in New England, he said. This estimate is without apparent foundation, said the speaker. He asserted that many "backdoor" advances are being made in New England to create government-sponsored power, Including the setting up of a New England Power Authority! Mr. Jebb said that a recent CL&P survey showed that of the- people asked whether they wanted ele.> Jtricity from the government or private sources. 46 per cent favored private; 30 per cent, government, and 24, no opinion. The survey alsq showed that 62 per cent knew a private company served them while 38 per cent gave other answers. Of those who had heard of the Tennessee Valley Authority, 45 per cent said they approved it, 10 per cent, disapproved, and 45 per cent, no opinion. Of those who had heard of the TVA, 30 per cent approved a TVA setup in Conneeltaut,' 27 per cent, disapproved, and 43, no opinion,' the speaker said.; . Mr. Jebb de'clared that while food and other co'sts hay». gone up from 150 to 200'percent'since 1939 while the electric rate has ' gone down about six mills. Reported Set For Wedding March" Earl Shedd Appearing together publicly for the first time, New York's Mayor William O'Dwyer escorts lovely fashion stylist Sloan Simpson to a Manhattan premiere. According to reports, the couple will be married in a few weeks. The Mayor, questioned by newsmen, wouldn't say yes or no, just smiled broadly and kept on. whistling. (International) (Continued From Pasre One) chairman. Mrs. Ralph Hanson; Mrs. William Dickinson, member- jship; PIY Paul Elliott, Community service. Mrs. Zettlemoyer introduced Ralph Bavier, chairman of the Naugatuck Planning Commission, and Dr. J. Nelson Judy, chairman of the Board of Educatilon. Mrs. Zettlemoyer also gave a report on the party for the 1949 graduating class, which she said was greatly .enjoyed by the girls and boys who attended. Mrs. Lyman Hodgman reported on the food sale, and thanked those who had helped to make it a success. The treasurer's report was read by Mrs. Walter Booth, ,in the absence of her husband. Mrs. Soper read the minutes. A social hour ; was held, during v/hich refreshments were served [under the chairmanship of Mrs. Ralph Fulton. Bridgeport Democrats Nominate CFL Leader ^Bridgeport, Oct. 13—(UP)— The assistant secretary-treasurer of the GimnecUcut Federation of Labor is the Democratic candidate for n|ayor of Bridgeport. J. Lawrence O'Toole has been 3)tvcn the tough assignment of run- Ring against Socialist incumbent Mayor Jasper McLevy who is seeking his ninth term. ' jThe Republican nominee Is Alderman A. Edward Sandula. AT FRIEDMAN'S SUIT SALE FRIDAY-SATURDAY OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS INCLUDING ALL OUR FAMOUS BRAND SUITS AT ... Values to $79.50 ... — SIZES 9 TO 37y 2 — Selection Includes All Popular Colors Materials: Gabardines, Tweeds, Coverts, Herringbones, Etc. ALL 100% WOOL MATERIALS USE OUR CHARGE ACCOUNT " OR BUDGET PAYMENT CONTINUANCE '• Francis A. Dziengielew.--ki, 23, of 4? Goodyear aver.ue, was (granted a continuance until Saturday when he appeared in Waterbury City Court yesterday. He is charged with speeding;. Windows Too Clean, Injured Man Claims Winsted, Oct. 13—(UP)—Sometimes it's better to have dirty windows. Ask Joseph Rice—he knows. Rice is hospitalized after walking through an eight-by-14 foot plate glass window, which he thought was an open doorway*. He required 30 stitches. SMOKE, DRINK MORE The State Tax Department reports that Connecticut residents are 'drinking more liquor and smoking more cigarets than they did last year. Taxes from alcoholic beverages for the July to September period increased more than $35,00(j dollars compared to the same period a year ago. The cigaret tax yielded an additional $150,000. FOUND DEAD Terryville, Oct. 13—(UP)—A 50- year-old Terryville man has been found dead in his automobile. A medical examiner said Harry R. Mahoney took his own life. Police reported that a garden hose from the exhaust pipe wa» attached tc the car window. HEALEY ELECTED Bridgeport. Oct. 13*-< UP)—The new president of the Connecticut Motor Stage Association is J. T. Sinanian of Bridgeport. Rocoo Caochillo of New Britain wai elected vice-president and Frank Healey of Waterbury, secretary- treasurer. 6«or Driven Electric Sewing Machine Equipped with Floating Gib Hook — Switch Regulator — Forward and Reverse Sewing — Sewing Lamp — Floating Presser Foot — and many others. New Home «l*ctric contolt with the style, quality and ftnith of the Rnert furniture. Servci eaually well en end table or lamp rtand. ~ Cleverly Mylcd portable, wHfc eairy. ins caw oi itch brown leather, eHe. COME IN—LET US SHOW YOU THE MANY FEATURES ON NEW HOME RADIOS ^APPLIANCES, 15 Church St. 413 No. Main St. Naugatuck (Phones 6490—6491) Union City PEEK PARKING FOR CUSTOMERS SALE FOR TWO DAYS ONLY-SO ACT QUICKLY !! 191-199 Church St. Naug-atuck, Conn. STORE OPEN DAILY MONDAY THRU SATURDAY, 9:30 TO 5:45 ALSO FRIDAY NIGHTS UNTIL 8:45 FIRE PREVENTION WEEK OCT. 9 TO OCT. 15 Don't Be A 7 Day Wonder ^^ For 365 Days A Year This is FIRE PREVENTION WEEK.' But 'preventing fires i s something to think ot all the year. Learn fire-preventing' methods this week, but do your part to practice them for the remaining 51 weeks this. year. 80% of all fires are preventable Do •your part to eliminate that dangerous 80%. ' PREVENT FIRES In most cases a fire in your home is YOUR OWN- FAULT. Insurance can <-over monetary losses but nothing can replace a life lost or a sentimental possession ,le- stroyed. Prevent, fires by practicing the following: Have faulty appliances repaired. Keep basement, clear of rubbish. £ Never leave hot flat iron on iron- O Keep basement, attic and closets Put ashes in metal containers. Keep matches out of children's reach. INSURE ADEQUATELY ing board. Have de repaired. Never tl waste baskets. £» Have defective wiring in home rr Never throw lighted matches in 8 Never smoke in bed. your „ toda . losses from fire damage. Protect your home Make sure that you have adequate coverage of '-.r-- ««T r^L^Y-' 8 market val " e - And make doubly sure , & l(_>LiH/Y includes everything you want, covered Cheek to provide for F\RR PROTECTION and smoke and proportv • covcnipre during-Fire Prevention AVeek and be protected fully For Proper Fire Insurance Get The Advice Of One Of These Local Agents WALTER A. NORW ASH 209 Church St. 4784 WILLIAM M. CHITTENDEN 180 Church St. 2440 NAUGATUCK INSURANCE AGENCY Inc. 203 Church St. 2080 ROOT AND BOYD Inc. 174 Grand St., Waterbury 4-3161 Call Clayton Dethlefsen Naug. 7350 JOHN M. SUTHERLAND 203 Church St. 2176 PATRICK DETULLIO 1 South Main St. 3489 JAMES E. SWEENEY Inc. 153 Maple St. 3116 ALLIED AMERICAN MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. Call Carl Brigham 356 North Hoadley St. 6228 WEBSTER INSURANCE SERVICE "Where Costs Ace Less and 1 Service Greater" 111 W. Main St., Waterbury 3-0431 Call Mr. Webster Naug. 2389

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