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PAGE 4—NAUGATUCK NEWS (COJfN.), TUESDAY, OCT. 25, 1049 Mother Of Polio Victim Seriously ID In New Haven Reported in serious condition las night at New Haven hospital, wher she was admitted Saturday as possible polio victim is Mrs. Har .-y C. Parris. North Woodbur) mother of Caroline Parris, eigh year-old, who died Saturday in th Waterbury hospital of Infantil paralysis. Mrs. Parris' name is o the danger list. The Woodbury board of educa tion last night voted to keep Wooc bury schools open despite prevai ing fears of a polio epidemic. Th board acted on the recommenda tions of the state department o health. Five cases of polio have occurrc in Woodbury this year. Gordon Cur UM, 16-year-old grandson of Nau gatuck Borough Engineer Charlc D. Curtiss, who attended Woodbur High school also was a polio fatal •ity. As a precautionary measure th school board voted to continue th suspension of operations of th school cafeteria. Health Officer Dr H. E. Traver's advice is that chi dren be segregated from mixe crowds of adults and youngsters particularly in motion picture the at era. , Naugatuck Salute On Air Tomorrow Jack Sterling will salute Nau gatuck tomorrow morning on his popular broadcast from 6 to 7:45 o'clock over the CBS network. Information concerning the bor ough was forwarded to Mr. Sterling by the Naugatuck Chamber of Commerce. During the salute he will tell listeners about the activ itles. personalities, interests and history of Naugatuck. LAWYER DIES A retired Wall Street lawyer from Norwalk collapsed and died while hunting in Granby. Attorney Abel L. Smith was 72 years old. YOUNGSTOWN CABINET SINKS We arrange for all plumbing NO DOWN PAYMENT PAY $1 A WEEK LINCOLN STORE 61 WEST MAIN ST. Waterbury PHONE 5-2268 THE CHINA INN 11 Harrison Are. Waterbury Closed All Day Mondays Tuesday thru Friday Open 10 A. M. to 10 f. M. Saturday 11 A. M. to 12 Midnight Sunday 13 Noon to 12 Midnight 300 To Attend (Continued From Page One) lie sale, Mr. Nolde said. Accom modations for approximately 30 j.ersons arc being arranged fo the banquet, which will be hel Saturday evening, Oct. 12, staling at 6:30 o'clock in the YMCA. Raymond K. Foley, acting prin cipal of Naugatuck High schoo will T)c master of ceremonies. In vited guests will include Warde Harry L. Carter, the Rev. Alber Taylor, assistant pastor of S Francis 1 church; the Rev. Winfre B. Langhorst, rector of St. M chael's Episcopal church, Fran "Spec" Shea, Dr. Walter Reillj Bonnie O'Rourke, state Litti League president. Carl Stotz, na tional director, has been invited but is not expected to attend. $10,000 U,SJBonds Reported Stolen, Have Been Found WATERBURY A report that $10,000 in U. S. gov ernment bonds, taken from a dress er drawer in her home Sunda night have been returned, has bee made to Waterbury detectives b Mrs. George Martinkus, 42 Popla street. The bonds were reported t have been taken while the famil was away from home. Official Dies William M. Saunders, 42 Water ville street, purchasing agent fo the Lux Clock Co., for the past 1 years, died yesterday morning a St. Mary's hospital. Fjaneral services will be held tomorrow after noon at the Alderson Funera Home, Centra! avenue, with th( Rev. Wilbur Canaday, officiating Surial will be in Riverside ceme :ery and friends may call at the funeral home this afternoon and evening. Sister Succumbs Sister Ursula, a teacher at St Hary's parochial school for more han 30 years, died last night in St Mary's hospital. Born Lillian Brad- cy, she entered St. Elizabeth's consent, Convent Station, N. J., and spent her entire religious life 'n Waterbury. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. Dies At 74 ^Charles Benedict Rodman, 56 .affney place,, a member of one of vaterbury's pioneer families died esterday at the Waterbury hos- itai at the age of 74 years. -In re- ent years he was in the general mercantile and real estate business Funeral services will be held tomorrow morning at the Alderson uneral Home, Central avenue, with urial in Riverside cemetery nends may call at the funeral ome this evening. $130,000 Salt Damages totalling 5130,000 are sked in a civil suit filed yoster- ay in Waterbury Superior court y Joseph, Michael and Mary P e - ruzzi. Bethlehem, against Lcroy M. ibbs, Waterbury. The plaintiffs aim they sustained permanently sabling injuries Nov. 30, 194S, hen their car was struck by one perated by Gibbs. SANTOS GENERAL REPACKS Radiators, Batteries WMhlng Machines, Baby Carriages Bicycles, Soldering LAWN MOWERS SHARFT3TKT> 460 RnbbCT Are. Phone «STT eachers Attend UN Dedication Four Naugatuck Hijyh school teachers attended ceremonies in connection with the dedication of the permanent United Nations home last night in New York. They were: Misses Mary Emerson, Colette Daly, Virginia Smith and Florence Anderson. Marine League Detachment Installs Officers ™a dan . Ro r, W 00 STER , detachment ' % " ^ - » ^< -- -*~* SiJ^i^ss^ ^r tI r tt: ^^ S ™ MNSKAS seni - vice-commandant; ALEX TJBENA j or v - LAFAVE, retiring commandant and state senior vice-commandant. As President Speaks Ready for its ..final d.-dh-utlon tint cornerstone- of the United Nalioi.s Secretariat Building (Inf.) | H Hiinprndnd over It. eventual ,«,«•,* place is I resident Trmna,, (arrow) addresses son™ J«,«(«) p ,,rKon B -atherMl for the ceremony 1,. Now York. The Chief Kxecutive called for atomic energy control, urging the world t,, outlaw the atomic l.omh. (Int.) Henry H. Canfield Henry H. Canfield, 73, North 'oodbtu-y, died in the Waterbury o.sphal Sunday night after ;i brief 'ness. He was proprietor of the orncr drugstore, Woodhury, for 'i years and former postmaster of orth Woodbury for 37 yours. Funeral -services will bo held to- iorrow afternoon at the North ongregational Church, Woodbury, ith burial in new Noi-th Ceme- ry. that place. There will be no calling hours. Chairman HII.DING N. OLSON, president of ())<• N.iuigHliic-k Savings Htuik, lias lieen appointed elutirman of the Investment Committee of ihe Savings Banks association of Connecticut. The appnintmcn- 1 v.-as made l»y Harmon Boyd of Wiiodljury, pi-cHideiit of the stutlj, association. Commands Sub White Hidiiwall tlrt* ood whw;l dUoa optional at ultra coet America's buying it at a jet-propelled pace! Newl95O Studebaker MORE FOR YOUR MONEY! LOW, LONG? ALLURING! Higher compression Champion and Commander engines of increased horsepower • Self-stabilizing coil spring front wheel suspension • Wide-rim wheels and extra-low-pressure tires • Scjf-adjusting brakes • Oversize windows and windshield • Glare-proof "black light" instrument dials • Wear-resisting Studebaker craftsmanship. The aerodynamic 'next look"in cars! O N THE MARKET only a little more than one month —and already the fastest selling car in all Studebaker history! That's the amazing record to date of this dramatic new 1950 Studebaker. Public demand for this breath-taking automobile was so tremendous in September, Studebaker did its biggest month's business of all time! Stop in and take a close-up look at Studebaker's trim, sleek, exclusive "next look" styling. Watch how fast you decide you want a 1950 Studebaker of your own. ERICKSON MOTORS 129 RUBBER AVENUE nt.ALLY HOil ING 1 STUDEBAKER LEADS AGAIN WITH! THE "NEXT LOOK." IN CARS! COMMANDER RAYMOND F. DtJBOIS, USX; son of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. DuBnls, 120 May :itroet, who has iaken his submarine, the USS Rcmoru, into action an part of the "aggressor forces" in the joint Army-Navy training ever- clse, "MiUi", :i large-scale nniphi- hions maneuver in the Pacific. The Uemora, which he assumed command of in 1948, is his third submarine command. Pussywillows Show In Connecticut As Maine Reports Snow Washing-ton, Oct. 25—(UP)—New England's first low-land snow of the season was reported today in Maine. But pupils at a school in Washing, Conn., found the report hard to believe. This morning they brought. in some pussywillows they'd plclced in full bloom. The willows evidently think its Arril—not October. Playmakers Party, Meeting Tomorrow Baked ham will be served tomor- iow"eAnening"at the pot-luck supper to be sc'rved fit 6:30 o'clock in St. Michael's parish' house 'at a meeting of the Playmakers. Members are rcqucste'd to bring a vegetable, salad or dessert. Following a brief business meet- .ng-, to be conducted by Mrs. Seymour Squires, president, a Halloween costume party will be held, \.ith prices to be awarded those in winning costumes. Carnival Closes, Winners Announced The automobile . awarded in connection with the St. Francis' Church p;irish carnival was won by "Cu.sh- in;,'. New Haven road," it was announced today by the Rev. Paul F.'-Keatlngv pastor. The only Cush- ins residing on New Haven road, a;i listed in the Naugatuck city directory, is Maurice T. Gushing. A television set, also awarded in connection with the carnival, «-as won by V. DeRienzo, of 463 Wilson street, Waterbur.y. Bci-nard'Sullivan and Frank Caulfield were in charge of the drawings. Winners were drawn by Charles CJarfc. Father Keating, the. Rev. George Dunn and the Rev Albert Taylor, assistant pastors, also were-in attendance. The four-day carnival, conducted in Columbus hall, came to a close last.night with a very large attendance. Realty Transactions The following papers have 'boon filed for record in the office of Town Clerk Raymond J. St. John: ...s'.'.' : Wurranty needs Peter Moruska to George and Mary Waisoka, pro|r»erty on corner if Cherry and Spencer streets. Eotllda Dahlin to Germaine R. Stien, property on corner of Hillside avenue and New street. George H.;..andi Helen E. Legault to Stanley'. F., and Cecile M. Tara- sieAvicz, property on Cherry street extension. . Mortgage Deeds Germaine; R. Stien to Naugatuck Savings Bjmk, property on corner 'of Hillside .ayenue and .New street. Stanley -F., and Cecile M. Tarasiewicz to . Naug-atuck Saving-,3 Bank, property on Cherry street extension. Certificate of Devise JOstntc of Mat-y Bronson to James H. Pixley, Wroperty on corner of North Main and Curtiss .streets. • .n.., .^.ugatuck. Savings Bank to Sam C.'hnd Botilda Dahlin. Howard O .1. Olson, surviving executor, of the will of Nils A. Olson, deceased, to Sam C., and Botilda Dahlin. Nausatuck Building and Loan association to George H., and Helen E. Lcjfault. Waterbiiry, Savings Bank to Helen Wijjire. MITCHELL PBBSIDKS George Mitchell presided over a Social Studies assembly of Naugatuck High. School juniors this morning in the high school audi- tnijium, according to Acting Principal Raymond K. Foley. A film on tlie United Nations was shown. Miss Mary 'Emerson, head of the Social Studies department, was in charge of the program. C. Of C. Guest HERMAN W. STEINKRAUS, Bridgeport, president of the Chamber of Commerce of the 'United States, who will be principal speaker ut the annual banquet of the Naujratuck Chamber of Commerce Nov. 3 In the Elks Lodge Booms. West Haven Driver Held Responsible Now Haven, Oct. 25—(UP)—The coroner finds a West Haven mor- :orist criminally responsible for i:hci donth of 69-year-old Giovanni Rossetti last month. Coroner James J. Corrigan says hat Milchael Palumbo is guilty of simple negligence.' The coroner said that Palurn'bo's iccount of Jhe accident was "so vague an to ho worthless." Corri- p.n said Palumbo save him con- I'licting; stories of how Rossetti appeared in the path of his car. Hen's Brotherhood To See Nayy Film Operation Crossroads, an official rfavy film taken at Bikini, will be Jhown tomorrow evening as.a spe- nial feature of the regular monthly meeting of the Men's Brotherhood r.l the Immanuel Lutheran Church it 7:30 o'clock in the church hall. The business meeting will be conducted by William Pohn, Jr., pres- dent. ' Press Chief II. Georjre Baker, USN, first class journalist, is. in charge of all photo and press releases for "Operation Mild," the lurge«t peacetime maneuvers of the Army- Navy-Marines, Hcheduled for this month in the Pacific. He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Horace G. Baker, Platts Mills and recently returned to duty after spending a .30-day leave with his parents. EXPERT BODY WORK Complete Painting Facilities Wrecker and Towing Service Estimates Furnished Budget Plan Available The Naugatuck Fuel Co. FORD- DEALER Phone 5236 PRICES DROPPED TO A NFW LOW. Compare Price and Quality 9H^r ^^^HW^ ^^^ff^f^i^^^^^^FUj Established 1859 9!) NO. MAFV ST. WATI5RBTTBV Bristol Co. Sales Director Rotary Guest Tomorrow Frederick A. Foust, director of sales education for the Bristol Co., will be guest speaker tomorrow noon at the weekly luncheon meeting of the Naugatuck Rotary Club at 12;15 oclock at the YMCA. A member of the Waterbury Rotary Club, his topic will be, "The Bristol Company and Uses of Some oi Its Products," COMPENSATION Helen M. Jones, 49 Cherry street, will receive weekly payments of $23.08 beginning Sept. 14 for a contusion and sprain of the right ankle sustained in the employ of the Naugatuck Nursing Home, 159 Meadow street, according to an agreement approved yesterday by Workman's Compensation Commissioner Harry Krasow. 51 State Troopers : Given Transfers Hartford* Oct 25—(UP)—State Police CommUiloner Edward J. Hickey announced, today the transfers of 51 troopers—about one-sixth of the force. The transfer* are described as routine. In many cases they will enable troopers to work in * barracks closer to home. Included in ~ the transfers are | those of 16 new state policemen who graduated from training school last July, and have been working in the traffic division since then. The transfers become effective Nov. 1. IN CHINA A Waterbury priest is reported stationed in a Chinese town which is threatened by advancing Communist anmics. Rev. J. Gregory Gilmartin wrote his parents that he intends too stay in Kwoilin in KwangBi province to help those who need him. Announcements Legal Due & Payable July July July July. July July July July July July July July July July July 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 NOTICE OF PETITION OF FORECLOSURE OF TAX LIENS BY THE COLLECTOR OF NAUGATUCK Under the provisions of Section 1864 an action has been brought and is pending in the Court of Common Pleas for New Haven County at Waterbury to foreclose tax liens upon the properties described below. No personal judgment will be rendered in euch proceeding for the payment of such taxes against the owner or any person having an interest In any of such properties. All persons having or claiming an interest in any of them are hereby notified of the pendency of the action. With the exception of any properties withdrawn from said proceeding In accordance with the provisions of the act. the right, title or interest of any person in any of said properties will be foreclosed unless the amounts due upon the tax Hen or liens against the MJm», with any interest, fees and other charges thereon which have accrued since the beginning of the action, shall be paid before. the expiration of the period designated therein for the redemption of such property. PARCEL NO. 1: A. Lots numbers 142, 143, 144, 153, 154 and 155 Union City Heights. B. Arturo Amodeo, 161 Willow Street, Waterbury, Conn., (owner). C. The principal amounts of the taxes due to the Town of Naugatuck, with interest and lien fees thereon, are as follows: Property Tax Interest Lien Fees $14.35 $12.05 14.35 11.19 14.35 10.33 14.35 9.47 J3.75 14.35 8.61 . 3.75 14.35 7.75 3.75 14.35 6.09 3.T5 14.35 6.03 . 3.75 12.33 4.81 3.75 14.35 431 3.73 14.35 3.44 3.75 16.0* 2.88 8:75 16.23 1.95 3.75 18.30 • 1.11 ».75 17.74 • .. . TOTAL — $350.42 D. Record Incumbrances: Jennie Aurigemma of Waterbury, Conn. Mortgage $2,500. PARCEL NO. 2. . A. Land in Naugatuck, bounded tind described: NORTHERLY on Alma Street, 100.5 feet. EASTERLY on land formerly of John J. Horan and Morris Kosersky (known as Lot No. 48), 50.25 feet. ••'" ' ••SOUTHERLY on land formerly of John J Horan and Morris Kosersky (known as Lot No 50), 100.5 feet. WESTERLY on John Street, 50.25. feet. Known as Lot No. 49 on Map of "Grandview Heights". B. Minnie C. Biggins, 26 Peach Street, Platts Mills, Watcrbury, !onn., (owner). C. The principal amounts of the taxes due to the Town of Nauga- uck, with interest and lien fees thereon, are as follows: Property Tax Interest Lien Fees $3.13 .83 3.13 .83 3.13.83 3.14 .83 3.13 .83 3.13 .83 2.97 .03 3.13 .03 3.13 .83 3.51 .83 3.55 .83 4.04 .83 3.88 Due & Payable 1937 1937 1938 1938 1939 1939 1940 1940 1941 1941 1942 1942 1943 1943 1944 1944 1945 1945 1946 1946 1947 1947 1948 1948 1949 Interest $2.25 .57 2.07 .52 1.88 .47 1.70.42 1.50 .37 1.31 .32 1.07 .27 .84 .22 .75 .17 . .63 .13 .08. .24 .02 S3.75 8.75 3.75 3.75 3.75 3.75 3.75 3.75 3;75 3.75 3.75 3.75 3.75 3.75 3.75 3.75 3.75 3.75 3.75 3.75 July 1 Dec. 31, July 1, Dec. 31, July 1, Dec. 31, July 1, Dec. 31, July 1, Doc. 31, July 1, Dec. 31, July 1, Dec. 31, July 1, Dec. 31, July 1, Dec. 31, July 1, Dec. 31, July 1, Dec. 31, July 1, Dec. 31, July 1, TOTAL— J146.28 D. Record Incumbrances: State of Connecticut Old Age Assistance Tax Lien. Borough of Naugatuck—Sewer Assessment—Total $155.12 Borough of Naugatuck—Sewer Assessment—Total .$177.44 PARCEL NO. 3: A. Land in the Borough of Naugatuck, bounded & described: Beginning on the Westerly side of a passway In the Northeasterly corner of the within described land, the same being the Southeasterly- corner of land now or formerly of Charles H. Chatfield;- thence running Southerly 16 rods to land now or formerly of William S. and Alice W, Hill; thence running Westerly 20 rods to'land now or formerly of said Hills:_thence running Northerly 20 rods to land now or formerly of Charles H!" Chatfield, thence running Easterly 20 rods to place of beginning. , NORTHERLY on land now or formerly of Charles H. Chatfield EASTERLY on passway SOUTHERLY and WESTERLY on land now or formerly of William S. Hill andAlice W. Hill. B. Rose I. Blecher, 297 North Main Street, Waterbury Conn., (owner). C. The principal amounts of the taxes due to the Town of Naugatuck, with interest and lien fees thereon, are as follows: Property Due & Payable Tax July July Julv July July Julv July July July July July July July July 1. 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1935 1936 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 $5.89 5.89 5.89 5.89 5.89 • 5.89 5.89, 5.895.89 5.89 6.59 6.67 7.60 7.29 Interest 14.95 4.59 3.89 3.53 3.18 2.83 2.47 2.00 1.77 1.41 1.19 .80. .46. Lien Fees $3.75 3.75 3.75 3.75 3.75 3.75 3.75 3.75 3.75 3.75 3.75 TOTAL —- $161.08 D. Record Incumbrances: • .James Fleming, Thomaston, Conn. Mortgage $4000 PARCEL NO. 4: A. Property on the Easterly side of Coen Street in the Borouch of Naugatuck bounded and described: NORTHERLY on land now or formerly of Julia L. Curling, ISO fefct. SOUTHERLY on land now or formerly of Vito Capece, 130 feet E A ST ~ ERLY on land now or formerly of Julia L. Curtiss. 50 fe«t. WESTERLY on Coen Street, 50 feet. B. Joseph and Carmela Creddo. Beacon Falls, Conn., (owners) C. The principal amounts of the taxes due to the Town of tuck, with interest and lien fees thereon, are as followa: Property ••.•:>-\-:\\\.-.-Due & Payable Tax Interfest Uen F«e« July 1, 1935 $8.83 $742 Dec. 31, 1935 2.33 1.89 July 1, 1936 8.93 6.97

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