Police Department Issues 274 Parking Tags In Oct. 'DEATH SHIP' TOWED TO WRECKERS Borough Board Receives Reports Of Dept Heads Indicative of the campaign against parking meter viofcxtors being conducted by the local police department, is the 274 violations listed by Chief John J. Gormley in his October report approved last night by the Board of Warden and Burgesses in session at the Town Hall court room. No parking meter bonds were reported as having been forfeited. The chief listed 39 arrests last month. 41 cases, involving 38 males and one woman. The itemized report is as follows: Breach of peace, seven; contempt of court, one; intoxication eight; resistance to officer, one- vagrancy, one: violation of motor vehicle laws, 24; violation parking meters, 274. Bonds called, seven continued, nine: discharged, one; not guilty two; nolled. four; paid fines, 14; sentence suspended, five. Five days were lost by regular patrolmen, and 458 hours recorded in special duty. Eighteen stores and offices were found open; 40 lodgers accommodated, and the ambulance made 22 trips. Fire Marshal The reoort of Fire Marshal Edward Weaving showed damage from two reported fires in October totalled $100. Schools and factories were inspected during Fire Prevention Week by committees working with the Chamber of Commerce: fire drills were conducted and speeches made at schools. Seven places of public assembly were inspected; one dynamite and two burning permits issued; six places inspected in regard to renewing liquor licenses; four inspections made >f convalescent homes. Treasurer The six month report of Treasurer Norman H. Wood showed re ceipts totaling $967,659.65 and disbursements at S692.316,16. The itemized report is as follows: Cash on hand April 1 in Naugatuck National Bank, $11,192.16. Receipts, tax collector, $686,824.92; borough clerk. $82,159.32; • public welfare $17,174.62; borough court, $1,987.65; schools, $26,279.14; building inspector. $1,055; parking meters $2,179; notes payable, $150,000. Disbursements, accounts payable $540.427.16; court -payroll, $1,890; temporary loans, $150,000; surplus (prior year check canceled), $1. Cash on hand at end of six month period, $286,535.65. including $106,535.65 at Naugatuck National TED'S AUTO BODY WORKS 57 BOTCHKISS 8T. TEL. 8158 — Collision Specialists — render* — Bodl«« — Anto Palntln Towtng Service Bank and $180,000 in Colonial Trust Co., Waterbury. Street Department Superintendent of Streets Leo J. Brophy reported a total payroll for October as 55,164.64, and itemized the payroll as follows: Street repairs, S168.61; street cleaning, $768.09; grading, $305.70; collecting rubbish, $976.24; parking meters, $20.52; grading Clark road, town aid, $690.98; sanitary sewer maintenance, $270.11; storm sewer maintenance, $115.03. Traffic signs. $20.16; street signs, ^12.68; fence repair, $19.53;. sanitary sewer construction, Locust street, no assistance, $74.09; sani- ary sewer construction, Gorman •street, no assistance, $213.48; sani- ary sewer construction, Hoadley •street, no assistance, $130.51; sanitary sewer construction, Christen- icn street, no assistance, $331.27; onitary sewer construction, Fran•is street, no assistance, $211.18. Equipment repair, $343.05; truck •cpair, $222.72; jay lines, $28.98; •"•iron«*h yard, $80.08; vacations, $160.12. Tax Collector Collection of property taxes .dur- ng September totaled $5,631.71, ac- :ording to Tax Collector John U. ''erris. Taxes collected were $5,'80.80; interest, $190.91; liens, $60. Building Inspector Nineteen permits for construction valued at $71.195 were issued during the past month by Building Inspector Paul Rosa. Nine one-fam- ly houses are und-er construction 'alued at $64,000: five garages, $3,"•00; one house alteration, $300; barn '.emolished: one cellar, $750; one brick building, S2.045; bath house, $600. me itemized report is as follows: Walter Mizyiewski, 106 Woodbine street, demolish barn; Abner An- lerson, 58 Fairchild street, garage 5750; Louis Kosko, Wooster street, 'our rooms, $7,000; Helen E. Donnelly, 18 Hillside avenue, replace lorch, $300. Joseph Janus, Hackett road, five •ooms, $9.000; Robert Curran, Pearl oad, four rooms, $6,500; William Woermer, Jr., Warren avenue, gar- ige, $750; Raymond Arbusto, Cross road, four rooms, $6,000; Mrs. llmma C. Lundin, 160 Park avenue, Tarage, $550. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kawalchik, "•berry street, cellar, $750; Leonard and Dorothy Baker, Pond Hill road, six rooms, $9,000; Harry Smith- msler, New Haven road, bath house 600; Thomas Lagownick, Linden street, two four room houses, $6,"00 each; Alfred Solberg, Jr., Can- iee road, five rooms, $5,000. Edward Schrull, 231 Quinn street ijarage, $750; Naugatuck Chemical Riverside drive, brick building, $2,!5; Arthur Pudem, Alma street jarage, $700; Raymond Arnold Horton Hill road, four rooms $6 WO. MOKE INSURANCE Eight times as many people have life insurance today as in 1900. All THAT REMAINS of the fire-gutted Canadian cruise ship Noronic i& towed from a Toronto pier where it burned, bringing death and injury to scores of people. It is being taken to wreckers' vards. (International) Cub Scout Pack 2 In Reorganization Cub Scout Pack 2 will meet Friday evening, at 7 o'clock in the Congregational Church Parish House with F. B. Molen, Cub- master. The' age limit for Cub Scouts has been changed this year by Na Scouts of America Tho new limit tional Headquarters of the Boy is eight to 11 years of age. Any eight-year-old boy or any other boy eligible and interested ir joining Pack 2 is invited to attend the meeting Friday evening with his parents. Since the ps.ck has automatical' ly lost its eleven-year-old members who are now eligible for Boy Scout Troops, the meeting will bt one of reorganization. It is the hope of Idris R Alderson, chair man of the pack committee, that new "dens" can be formed and new "den Mothers" selected for the coming year at then Friday meeting. The Pack will attend thfi Yale- Brown football game Saturday. All new boys joining Friday evening will be invited. Home sewers bought'$50 million worth of patterns in 1948. The official language in Panama is Spanish. U It's Anything for Your Floor Call ARRAY FLOOR COVEKINGS '.0 Diamond St. Tel. 6918 \/ \/ V \X NX NX NX NX NX NX NX NX NX One Car Driver Tells Another About Our Low-Cost Financing Plan /NT /N /V /N /N /N XV XV XV XV XV XV TELLS HIM about our low- rate. HE TELLS HIM about our efficient service — convenient : and prompt. HE TELLS HIM about the cordial relationship that develops between him and the bank. HE TELLS HIM how smart it is to finance locally where he fan build up a valuable credit record. TIB TELLS HIM that he can place the insurance with any agent he pleases. HE TELLS HIM. that the insurance premium may be included as part of the loan. HE TELLS HIM that the life of the borrower is insured for the unpaid! balance of the loan without extra cost. WE INVITE YOIT to investigate and use our ear-financing plan and friendly service. The NAUGATUCK NATIONAL BANK MBMBKR FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION . FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM NX NX NX NX NX NX NX NX NX NX NX NX NX NX NX NX NX iNX XV XV XV XV XV XV XV XV XV XV XV XV XV /\ /\ XV Two Fire Hydrants Opened In "Prank" Police Chief John J. Gormley today confirmed a report that two fire hydrants were found open by police in the Millville District Monday night. The prank was the work of boys celebrating Halloween. It is also reported that pranksters tipped over an auto on Rubber avenue Halloween night. Chief Gormley said the incident had not been reported to police. Polio Cases Double During Past Week; 34 Were Siricken New canes of poliomyelitis increased during the past week throughout the state, according to tho summary of roporLable diseases issued each Monday by the state department of health. Thirty-four onsen were reported, compared to 17 for the previous seven-day period. Other diseases which showed an increase were gonorrhea, measles, mumps, scarlet fever, and whooping coug-h. Gonorrhea increased from 20 to 31 cases, measles from 13 to 23, mumps from 14 to 34 cases, scarlet fever from three to 13, and whooping cough from 40 to 61 new cases. There \verc two cases of meningococcal meningitis compared to one for the previous week, and one case of typhoid fever was reported from New London County. This is the first case of" typhoid fever reported in six weeks. Chickenjiox cases declined from 38 to 34, broncho pneumonia cases dropped from 25 to 19, syphilis cases from 25 to 19, strepococcal sore throat from three to on"., and tuberculosis from 60 to 24. There were no cases of diphtheria compared to one for the previous week. Card Party Planned By Community Club Further arrangements for the public card party Nov. 34 of the Union City Community Club were made at a meeting last night in tho Cheplick Studio, Myrtle avenue. The party will be held at the Polish National Church l;all for the benefit of the club's first annual children's Christmas (party. Reservations 'm.ay be mrulo with Mrs. Harry Dcthlcfsen, chairman. NAITGATTTCK NEWS (CONN.), WEnNFSnAV, NOV. 2. 11H«—PAC.TC 5 Those planning to attend aro nuked to bring their own cards. Prizes will be awarded. The clulb will meet nnxt Monday evening at 8 o'clock in tho studio. MUSSOLINI Rquie — The family of Italy's former dictator has demanded that the government reveal Mussolini's burial place. Their lawyer says Mussolini's family wants la hold what he calls "a proper fu- 1 neral." BIGUKST TKKKSCOI'K The Ml. Pnlomar telescope extends man's ranj,'e of vision by 500 million light yc.-*»;. Mezzio's Offers: — Complete Brake HerTlct, «The*i A tin- men t and nheitl HalaneUK, Front K«« if>9iUrUia, Badtetor R<sTer*« Ft»blu, Exloe to«t*«sV*, Arm^trom Tlr*«- , MEZZICT3 MS IUTKR8IT)F. DRIYB. TEI. •>*• SECURITY Does your Insurance give adequate protection today? DO YOU HAVE rr? See NAUGATUCK INSURANCE AGENCY INC. Building costs aro steadily Increasing PHONE 2080 F. W. EATON, Mg'r. DON'T Buy any washing machine until you have seen THIS NEWEST — FINEST— GREATEST 1950 MODEL APEX THIS YEAR'S GREATEST BARGAIN _ IT HAS EVERY NEWEST IMPROVEMENT COME IN - SEE IT ITS PRICE ONLY $10995 PAY ONLY $995 DOWN PAY AS LITTLE AS $1.25 A WEEK Biggest Trade-In Allowance On Your Old Washer CLOSED MONDAY Lincoln ® Siore (61WEST MAIN ST. E3?) . The Power that made Buick Famous I F you want to know what's "the newest thing" in automobile engines, look at the Buick engine pictured here, and you'll see the words "valve-in- head." But it happens that this isn't new with Buick. As a matter of fact, the valve-in- head engine was invented back in 1902 -U. S. Patent No. 771095-and immediately, Buick adopted the principle, which became the first in a long string of "Buick firsts." Not everyone went for the idea—then. In spite of the fact that this engine "breathes" more freely—gets fuel iij and exhaust gases out more easily— others hung onto their pet ideas. Then came the airplane, with its need for maximum power from every drop of fuel—and every maker of internal combustion airplane engines adopted the valve-in-head principle. And more recently—with the hope that higher-octane fuels will become available for motor cars—a lot of automotive engine designers are taking a new look at the valve-in-head idea. Out just for the record, we'd like to point out that Buick got there first. And ever since, Buick has gone steadily ahead, building up a name as "valve-in- headquarters." Buick engineers reshaped pistons to put Fireball wallop in these engines. They stepped up com- pression ratios as fast as better fuels came along. So perhaps you'll want to remember, when you hear the term "valve-in- head," that this is the type of power that made Buick'jamous. If others want to climb on the bandwagon, we say "more power to them" —and no pun is intended. But Buick has been doing more with valve-in-head right from the start. And-we might add-it stands to reason that Buick is not through making this type of engine better and better. MOR£ GUAKLY THAN When better antnmnhUem are built, BVMCK Kill build them GCMC* Tune In HENRV 1. TAYLOR, ABC Nelworl. every Mondox •wnlnjj. . HUNT BUICK INC. 80-82 SOUTH MAIN ST. NAUGATUCK, CONN.
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