Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 20, 1949 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

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State Poke Offered Frefe Bowling, Air Bob Pasho Aided By Trooper, Makes Generous Offer The current issue of V6x Cop, published by the Connecticut State Police Department, carries a letter written to Commissioner Edward J. Hickey by Robert E. Pasho, Fairchild street. Mr. Pasho tetter is as follows: September 27, 1918 Gentlemen: — i Sunday afternoon at approximately 4 o'clock I was returning from LaGuardift Field on the Merritt Parkway. My Somewhat anti- q^ualtd automobile started missing, backfiring, and generally malfunctioning. After parking my disabled car on a. grassy area. I proceeded to lift the hood and make ineffectual efforts to discover what was wrong. .Shortly, a patrol car operated by Officer Donald Hurst drove up also on a grassy, area and the officer proceeded to render assistance. Believe me, after pushing- an RANGE BURNERS, STOVE and FURNACE PIPES • PITTSBURGH PAINTS GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE 178 MAPtE STREET Free Delivery Telephone 8044 airplane for two and a half days from Sweden I was extremely disgruntled at my situation. But in one minute by the clock, Officer Hurst, by. an unbelievable command of the English language, flawless bearing, created ,an atmosphere in contrast to the usual cartoon impression of the slpeed cop with his foot on the running board. Within 20 minutes a mechanic was on his way — a total elapsed time of one hour saw me on ray way again, I travel extensively as as pilot for American Overseas Airlines as well as being in business. Being in daily contact with the public I can readily and sincerely ari^reciate, and stand in awe, when . I am treated as courteously and effectively ais by Officer Hurst. I wish to extend an invitation to your entire unit to come to Naugatuck when it can toe arranged and bowl on the house. Or, if any of you need travel assistance to Europe, give me a call. Respectfully, R. E. Pasho. PATENT ISSUED The U. S. Rubber Co., New York, is assignor for a. patent issued John S. Rumbold, Woodbridge, for the treatment of synthetic rubber latices, according to a list of recent patents compiled by the office of Harold G, Manning, Waterbury. Here's Good News For Naugy Students The Garnet and Grey COAT SWEATERS That you have been waiting for have arrived at Rubin's Warm 100% Pure Wool Button Front Style— Sizes 34—42 FREE NAUGATUCK LETTER WITH EACH SWEATER CHURCH ST. NAUGATUCK After Navy Finished Its Case Chief of Naval Operations Adni. ILouis Uenfeld xean -, friendly handshake with former Commandant of (ho Marliif. Corps 0-en. A. A. Vandegrift, after the Navy had finished its case before ihc House Armed Services Committee hearings in Washington. Standing between then, (1. to r.) are Adm. W. II. P. Blandy, Atlantic Fleet com-' mamler, and Gen. Clinton Catcs, U. S. Marine Corps commandant (Int ) Water Company To Flush High Service Tomorrow, Saturday Water mains on the high service system on the. each side of tho Naugatuck river will be flushed tomorrow and Saturday, according to the Haugatuck Water Co. The flushing operation will bt conducted between 3 and 5 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, and the \vv ter pressure for the entire system will be low beginning at 11 o'clock tomorrow night and ending at 2 o'clock Saturday morning. Thc .pressure also- will be intermittently low between 9 and 11 o'clock Saturday morning". The work will affect residents on -Johnson and May streets, and all streets above John.?on street. On the west side, the service af fected will be .ill houses nort! of Highland avenue, includim ! Highland avenue, and west of Hillside avenue, but not including Hillside avenue. Galpin ar.d Tlcmd- Icy street; also will be affected. j The operation discolors the wa- ) ter, and consumers are reo.uestctl to draw sufficient water for drinking purposes before tho flushing operation begins. Invaded 'Curtain' THE CHINA INN 11 Harrison Ave. Waterbury 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 NATIONALLY ADVERTISED QUALITY MEATS AT WHOLESALE PRICES 2098 SOUTH MAIN ST., WATERBURY AL'S ONE OF THE arrivals on the S.S Nca Hcllis at Hoboken, N. J., Sidney Schwartz, of Brooklyn N Y is shown with the bike on which he invaded the territory behind the 'Iron Curtain." During the course of a 3,400-mile bicycle tour of Europe, young Schwartz cycled through Soviet-held territory to Vienna. The American youth reported that he hadn't been bothered ^y tho Reds. (Intrr-nntinnnl) I Americans eat ten limes as much shrimp as lobster. I* Enthusiasm Meets Promised Delivery Of Natural Gas R. H.J Tho Con Co., mn.t tciflny tt of nutur viewed company thc sup] "During Knowlto have spc data req oral gaj that pro New Knj Knowlton, president of cctkut Light an<} Power ; clear In Ua interview t the promised delivery I BUS to New England is with enthusiasm by his since it is represented by 'lers as a menns of re- as manufacturing costs, the last 18 months," Mr. said, "our engineers it many hours furnishing ested by them to' the sev- transmisaion companies ose piping natural 'gas to and and have spent many more hotjrs trying to determine the most ec al gas based u two of lic can sary ste to it th fair sha may be "It sh c lomical way.to. use natur- en it becomes available, in the tentative proposals em have made. The pub- st assured that all neces- are being taken to see Connecticut will get its of such natural gas a)} rought to New Gangland. uld be pointed out," Mr. Knowltc continued, . "that there Is no e; ly prospect of delivery of natural ;as to New England since the mo t optimiastic estimate of receipt is sometime in 1951. It hould also be realized that.no natural gas transmission company desiring, to bring the fuel to New Engianfl can begin construction of the maHy miles of necessary trans- missiorf pipe until it has been authorize! to do so by the Federal Powers Commission. That agency will ejbo determine the price at which Spew England gas companies will b> permitted to purchase natural las. "The price of natural gas already authoHzed by the Federal Power Commission and paid by local gas distributing companies is said to be lower in Washington than in Phil- adelpha, and lower in Philadelphia than in New York. It is logical. therefore," Mr. Knowlton stated, "to expect that the price will bo higher in New England than in any of the locations mentioned. Until the price for New England is determined, the extent of the savings thatnwill result from the receipt of natural gas in this area obviously cannot be determined." Mr. Knowlton concluded by. saying that the use of natural gas will entail ;i large investment on the part of CL&P, but that whatever real saving it enables the company to make will be passed on to its gas customers. Clare Boothe Luce Arrives In Rome ' • (By United Press) tjlfire Boothe Luce, former Amer- icpn congresswoman, arrived in Rome this morning. Mrs. LUCR !H 3 a convert to the Roman Catho- li^ faith. She's exv>ected to receive an audience with Pope Plus the l^th tomorrow. She'll also visit wjth Italian government leaders during o 10-day stay in Rome. Later f:hc'!l tour Northern Italy ami then £o to Paris. t NICKEL OR COPPER? Thc standard American five cent pfcce contains more copper than tile standard penny. INSIST ON QUALITY • ALL SALES ITEMIZED^ FRESH GROUND HAMBURG SLICED LEAN SUGAR CURED BACON PROVOLONE CHEESE"" SMOKED HAMS SHANK HALF Tender Young Baby BEEF Tjf VER SWIFTS WESTERN BEEF CHUCK ROAST ANY CUT Lean SMOKED SHOULDERS Fresh Killed BROILERS T SWIFT'S BRANDED STEER BEEF STEAKS—Snort, Sirloin, Club, Minute 1»49 CROP Genuine Spring LEG OF LAMB LOIN LAMB CHOPS ~~ i •^••••••••••••••••K First time Ever! lb Ib Extra Lean FRESH SHOULDERS MEATY SHOULDER VEAL CHOPS Shoulder LAMB ROAST lb ,-RICH OLEO LAMB STEW 2 Ibs. for Country Style Squares BACON PORK FEET i 3 Ibs, for lb RIB CORNED BEEF PURE LARD VEAL POCKET ROAST TURKEYS • CAPONS always on hand AT LOW PRICES FOR QUALITY lb 25 ••i .. • 15 . AIL SIZES 78 RPM $ SO EASY TO BUY JUST PAY ONLY $4.95 DOWN and $1.25 A Week OR $5 A MONTH IT'S A SUPER 1JADIO—IT'S, AUTOMATIC RECORD CHANG 7 ING 3 .: SPEED PHONOGRAPH Plays 7-^-10—or 12 Inch; Records at 33 l-3:i— 45 or 78 RPM Speeds. Changes Records Ojukkly and Silentl^J Automatically. NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.),TH1L'RSI>AY, OCT. 20. 194i»—PAGE FREE PARKING AND TIRE MOUNTING IN REAR OF OTfcR STORE Lincoln m Si re 61 WEST MAIM ST Abandned Vessel Burns At Sea "• ^^^^^^^^^^ MH * M * RI ^v^*w^«MHBHBuHHHHMIIHHIH£afll|H^^^^^^liB Blazing furiously, the Panamanian lumber schooner Sallna. Cruz lie* abandoned In the Pacific Ocean, 170 miles off Grays Harbor, Wash. ihe 17 members of the vessel's crew escaped in two whafeboats when thc blaze »Pread throughout the ship. (International Soundnhoto) Vet Information Queries, Answers Q—May I go to school under th» Gl Bill while I am taking on-the- job,training under the same law? A—Yes, you can go to school under the Servicemen's Readjustment Act (GI Bill) while you are taking on-the-job training if the school course is determined to be related to the on r the-job coursed The government then will pay your tuition. Q—Will the government pay for tools, special clothing needed and other equipment while I am taking on-the-job training under the GI Bill? A—The government will pay for tools, special clothing or other equipment needed for successful pursuit and completion of the course of training, but VA will provide no more than the shop requires for its non-veteran em- ployes. Q—I served in the Canadian Army as an American citizen during World War II. Now I would like to purchase a home under the loan provisions of the GI Bill. I am told I must have a certificate of eligibility. When is such a certificate needed by any veteran? ' A—A certificate of eligibility is necessary when the veteran is unable to furnish the lender with his honorable discharge, or when his neriod of service was less than 90 days, or when he is eligible by virtue of bis services in the armed forces of one-of-our allies during World War II. * Q-— Is it true that if I take a position, VA will more than likely change the amount of disability compensation I am now receiving? •A-—Disabled veterans are encouraged to do such .work as their disability permits.. This does not affect the amount of compensation as this benefit is based on the degree of disability as determined by VA's rating schedule. .Veterans and their dependents who desire information concerning their benefits and entitlements are invited to send inquiries to this newspaper. Their questions and the answers will be published in this column. FOR CVP CAKES CRISP AM TENIER CUPIETS CUP CAKE MIX Even when you serve them plain. Cuplets cup cakes have the delicate, home-made flavor you like. Also makes one nine inch layer. Just add an egg and milk, and bake. FuJI Line of Fresh Bakeries Every Sunrise CANDIED APPLES BKEAKFAST BUNS TEA COOKIES BIRTHDAY CAKES CITY BAKERY MAPLE ST. TEL. S67H Open Dally 0;30 A. M. to 6 P. M. Mrs. Donald Wood In Radio Interview Mrs. Donald C. Wood, administrator of the Naugatuck Service for Veterans office, was heard tbi» morning on Ihc Radio Home Journal program, broadcast from 0:30 to 10 o'clock over WBRY. Mrs. Wood, interviewed by Mrs.* Maybcllc Ofiborne, conductor of the daily program, discussed activities of the service office. Mm. Osborne is a former Naugatuck resident. Buy Now For The Holidays Don't be a last minute shopper and be disappointed. OUR SELECTION IS LARGE STEINWAY CHICKERING IVERS and POND FISCHER GULBRANSEN WINTER and CO. Grands and Spinet Pianoi Up to 24 Months on Credit Terms — Allowance on old Piano— 158 GRAND STREET Waterbury, Conn. On Expert •itt U Back to Wcric fat T«! *• ••••AMTU •ATUMCtlMI SCHPERO'S SAM'S SERVICE STATION and OARAGE >. C3 Bobber Ave. TeL Md — Front End Work — SHOP AT ROSENBLATT'S AND 100% All Wool Covert Topcoats with All Wool "Zip-Out" Linings An ideal year-aroimd coat — tailored by master craff.sineii. Reg. $39.95 SALE $29.50 Men's Sweaters Slipover and ,Coat Styles . Our largest selection ever in Argyles — novelty and conservative styles by "Campus" Specially Priced $2-95 to $6-95 Men's Jackets All types in the season's outstanding styles. $3.95 to $16.95 Bowling Shoes Special $4.95 Boys' Western Style Shirts By "Fruit-of-the-Loom" Tubfast — Novelty Styles Special $1.98 , 1009?! All Wool PEA COATS Extra Heavy Weight with Colorful, Warm Linings Special $7.95 SNOW SUITS For boys at new low prices 100% all wools—or fine poplins with. Alpaca or sheep iinings. $7.95 to $14.95 Coat and Legging Sets $9.95 to $18.95 Many styles with matching . 100%. All Wool Fabrics SHOP AND SAVE AT ROSENBLATT'S 85 Maple Street Namn»tiic.kv> Lar KPSt n^pt, store Telephone 3742

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