Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 2, 1949 · Page 8
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 8

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PAGE S- Beacon Falls (Continued from Page One> tions are being solicited vhis week throughout the town. Gormley Makes (Continued From Paep One) High Mass A requiem high Mass will be said Saturday morning at 8 o'clock In St. Michael's church, Beacon Falls, for the repose of the soul of Private Pasquale F. Desiderio. son of Mrs. Josephine Gaetano, 1 High- Sand avenue. GOP Club ..The. Beacon. Fall*. Republican Club will meet Thursday night at 8 o'clock in the Community Club hall. President Charles Mitchell will preside. All members are asked to be present as several important matters are to be considered. Birth Announced Mr. and Mrs. James S. Lombardo. Feldspar avenue, announce the birth of a son, James Douglas, Oct. 28 in St. Mary's Hospital, Waterbury. Mrs. Lombardo is the former Nellie .Tasinski. Hospital Patient . Mrs. Elizabeth Schofield, Arlington Hotel, Ansonia, formerly of Pinesbridge, is a medical patient at Griffin Hospital, Derby. COMPENSATION Irene Barbiero, 181 High street, will receive payments of J21.10 for 16 and 4-5 weeks for disfigurement and deformity of the right index finger sustained in the employ of the Lewis Engineering Co., according to an agreement approved today-by Workman's Compensation Commissioner Harry Krasow. Why Thousands of Doctor? proscribe ploasant tasting. (CMISIP BY COLDS) ruiuaaur acts at once. It not only relieves such coughing but alao loosens up phlegm and makes it easier to ralae. FEBTDSSIK la •afet Mighty effective for old •ad young! Pleasant tasttnai small triangular piece of property on the south side of Pond street adjacent to Indian Rock property for $100 to Nelson S., and Clarence G. Wood. The Naugatuck Water Co. was granted permission to install w.ater mains as follows: Hackett street, 465. feet; Homestead avenue. 108 feet: Pearl road extension, 230 feet; road to went Hide school, 1,200 feet; Washington street, extend main 55 feet; Millville avenue from Conrad street west 350 feet. Phone .Booth Approval was grunted the Southern New England Telephone Co. to install a telephone booth on the east end of the Whittemore bridge near the drinking fountain under the supervision of the street superintendent. The borough assumes no responsibility for the booth or activities in or around it. The borough wil! receive a monthly commission of 15 per cent of receipts from the booth, which will be installed within the ne:-:t two weeks. Voting Machines '"he lenrHne of nin» Voting machines to the city of Waterbury to be placed in reserve during the city's election next Tuesday was approved by the board. The resignation of Thomas Feeley as a supernumerary patrolman effective Or*. 26 was accepted. Mr. Feeley was appointed a regular paid fireman at last month's board meeting. Warden Carter reported the installation of fire hydrants "is running close to the budget," but recommended the installation of hydrants at the west side and Cross street schools, two at Naugawam Vilage, and one each on Spring street 380 feet south of Mill street and on Hillside avenue. The hydrants will be installed under the supervision of the fire chief. Xmas Light* The board approved payment of $200 appropriation to the Naugatuck Chamber of Commerce for Christmas street lighting. Upon recommendation of the tax collector a refund of property taxes totallin" $13.33 was granted Theodore and Rebecca Hinckley of Cross street, who were taxed in the first district in error. Sanitary sewer assesments were levied as follows: John Hoey, Francis street, $150^ Edward Lord, Chris- NAUO.ATtCK NEWS (CONN.), WKHNKSDAY, NOV. 2. IMP fcnsen Hired. ,$420; H.iymond 10. 1 Bird, Rubber avonuc. .$125, the latter assessment being transferred fvnm the deferred Hat to the active list. Privilege assesmcnt.s of $30 for each piece of property have been levied on Carl Anderson, Hillside avenue; Arthur Swan. Cedar street; gasoline station on Chestnut street; John Malfjari, Lewis street; Frank Green, HillsitlR avenue; Matty Karbowicz. Picture lane; Gerald Sileo, Church street; Joseph T. Quinn, Quinn street; Thomas Lagownik, Curtis street, three pieces of property; John Miilgari, Mnlgarl court, three plnccn of properly. Thi* a.sHcHH- ments are payable Nov. 22, after which time property owners have 60 days in which to pay hills. The tax collector recommended personal property taxcH In the amount of $67.23 be transferred to the suspense book as uncollected and uncollectable taxes. Claim Settled An opinion from Borough Alty. Joseph E. Talbot was read and approved in the matter of settling an injury claim of Margaret Logust, who claims she fell Aug. 5 on a defective sidewalk in front of 35 Hotchkiss street. She received injuries to a hand and two fingers. The borough will pay I he resident $75 and a similar amount will be paid by the Fidelity Casualty :lnd Insurance Co. of New York. A communication was read from | George E. and Mary A. MnNnmara, who dewlre the borough to accept land owned by them al the Inter- I suction of Aetna and Edward street consisting of 2,000 square feet In exchange for borough prop- I arty on Dunn avenue 40 by 80 feet at no cost to either party. The matter was referred to the street committee, borough engineer and borough attorney. A request for a street light on Linden street was referred to the street light committeo\ William Mageneau and associate, who plan to build a garage on May avenue, request permission to lay a 10 inch pipe In the Knlter on th« street. The matter WIIB referred to the warden and borough engineer. Dr. Shea Heads Polio Committee Street Siren Set Up Near Town Hall Street sirens will be placed at the corner of Church and Maple streets, and Main and Maple streets by the fire ,department in an effort to protect pedestrians and assist in clearing traffic for the department's apparatus when on call to fire scenes. Fire Chief John J. Sheridan today reported that the fire alarm box at the corner of Maple and Church HtreetH wan removed this morning in order that the siren mechanism may be attached. At some future date similar sirens will bo placed at the interijcc- tion of Bridge and North Main streets and Church street and Rubber avenue. You Be the Judge . . . Why don't you sit down and figure out what you pay for electric service a year. Then think about how much money you have that is paying you little or nothing. That money might be enough to buy suf- ficient stock of THE CONNECTICUT LIGHT & POWER CO. to have the divi- dends pay afl (or part) of your electric bills. Judge for yourself whether this is a worth- while idea. My yearly electric bill U about £ I would like to know how many shares of stock THE CONNECTICUT LIGHT flc POWER CO. I would have to own to have the dividends pay it, , Name Street and Number City or Town ___ PUTNAM & CQ 6 Central Row Hartford Tel. 5-0151 DUE NAUGATUCK REPRESENTATIVE IS MR. G. HORACE BALDWIN TELEPHONE WATERBURY 5-0238 (Reverse Charges) Dr, Vincent Shea, of Waterbury, has been named chairman of the Waterbury Chapter of the National Infantile Paralysis Foundation, it was announced today by Postmaster Frank T. Green. Dr. Shea succeeds the late Dr. Edward J. God- frev. Naugatuck and other surrounding towns are members of the Waterbury Chapter, Mr. Green, who is chairman of the borough's annual March of Dimes drive, said. CONTINUANCE * Lee Gucciardi, 24, of 79 Woodbine street, chanted with speeding, was granted a third continuance to Nov 15 when he appeared before Judge John A. Membrino in Waterbury City Court yesterday. 600 MI*,E WINDS A tornado Is a wind storm whirling at speeds up to 500 miles an hour. Jones Recuperating From Crash In juries Frank Jones, Cemetery street, a retired borough letter-carrier, was slightly Injured Oct. 25 when the car In which he was riding to Florida crashed 1 on the highway outside of Jersey City, N. J., it was learned today . Mr. Jones has returned to his home here and is recuperating' from bruises and the shake-up nuatnlnfld In the accident, according to hlu son, Frank Jones, Jr. Operator of the car, a resident of Farmington, continued his trip to Florida. Funeral John Bloniqulat Funeral services for John Blomquist, 85, a retired employe of the Naugatuck Chemical Co., who died Monday in Stamford, will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Alderson Funeral Home, r>01 Meadow street. The nev. Winfred B. Langhorst, rector of St. -Michael's Episcopal church, will officiate, with burial in Grove cemetery. Friends may call at the fu- I neral honrje this afternoon and ave- rning from 3 to 5 and from 7 to 9 o'clock. LAST CALL 100-WATT FREE LIGHT BULB OFFER EXPIRES SATURDAY NOV. 5 THE HANDY LAMP KIT IT'S FREE FOR THE BEST BUY IN TOWN!! CHEVROLET Li u LJ i» a packaged assortment of six ix>pu]/ir-size household light bulbs — four 60-watt, one 100-watt, one 150- watt and one 100- wan free — seven bulbs in all FOR ONLY 95* (tax Included) FILL EMPTY SOCKETS NOW ! Empty light sockets ate useless sockets and wrong size bulbs mean poor light- .ng and eyestrain. Make it athabit to «eep all sockets filled with the right size bulbs. Always have a supply of assorted fresh bulbs on hand to replace "burn-outs" when they occur. Check over the lighting in your home tonight. Look especially for old blackened bulbs that cheat you out of light and money. Look for empty sockets that have long since needed the right size bulbs. And while this sale is on, stock up with fresh new bulbs at worth-while savings. USE THIS COUPON FOR YOUR FREE BULB Prirt your nam* and addreii, cut out coupon al dotted linn and take it to any cooperating dealer located in the area> lerved by The Connecticut Light and Po*er Company or to any of our COUPON * FOR ONE EXTRA 100-WATT ELECTRIC LIGHT BULB This Coupon, properly filled in with the customer's name and addret*, It redeemable under the terms stated herewith for one ICC -van? electric light bulb upon the purchase of one "Handy Lamp Kit" — • packaged assertment of six popular household bulbs. Only residential electric customer* of The Connecticut Light and Power Company are eligible and purchases must be made in the stores of regular light bulb dealers located in die areas served by The Connecticut Light and Power Company or in the stores of The Connecticut Light and Power Company. This offer is in effect during the period beginning October 3, 1949 and ending November 5, 1949. THE EXTRA 100- WATT BULB IS PACKED IN THE HANDY IAMI* KIT Customer's Nome , I <Ple*M Prim > .City or Town, Eyesight is Priceless — Good Lighting is Cheap I THECONNECTICU IGHT & POWER Co. A Business-Managed, Tax-Paying Company YOU CAN BUY A NEW 1949 CHEVROLET SEDAN FOR DELIVERED *State Sales Tax Additional FREE MOTORS INC. CHEVROLET SALES & SERVICE 492 North Main St. Tel. 22111

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