Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 3, 1949 · Page 5
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DIVORCE GRANTED In a Superior Court decision filed yesterday by Judge William J. Shea, Sergei Pordlozny, Naugatuck, also known as Harry Laskey, was grant- ed a divorce from Mrs. Mary Pord- lozny. Judge Shea granted the decree on grounds of cruelty on recommendation of Judge John W. BankH, Superior Court referee wh6 conducted hearings on the case earlier this term. The couple was married Oct. 21, 1926 in Ansonla, and are the parents of two children. AN "Woterbury's Friendly Deportment Store" KERENS A LOT OF HAPPINESS FOR SOME LITTLE GIRL AT A PRICE TO PLEASE MOTHER Folding Doll Carriages $io°° Your little girl will be a very proud doll mother when she ..owns this beautiful carriage. Smart looking- sturdily constructed. Body of plastic coated fabric with 25" x 13" apron, 5 bow hood piped with visor, close folding link gear, plated tubular handle, 2 wheel ^foot brake and rubber tired wire wheels 8 x %". Choice of Grey or Blue covering. Folds Easily for storing. TOYLAND LOWER FLOOR ADAM HOSIERY - TIES ADAM JACKETS ADAM HATS ADAM HATS New colors ... New styles at Adams' low . . . low , $500 $600 and $750 ADAM SHIRTS // $265 2, or $500 Cellophane wrapped Finest broadcloths Regular and Spread "Collars "White and Colors Buy Kow for Xmas ADAM HOSIERY 39c Pine quality yarns Reinforced Heel and Toe Novelty Rayons and' Cottons. ADAM TIES $100 Bold look jmterns expertly tailored. Resilient construction. Finest fabrics. Rayon lined. ADAM JACKETS Be sure to see this outstanding Sun-Coat of finest satin tackle-twill — monton collar and heavy quilted lining. Guaranteed 5 pairs 6 months wear or 5 pairs replaced free. Special $1495 SHOP AND SAVE AT ROSENBLATT'S 85 Maple Street Naugatuck's Largest Dept. Store Waterbury, Bids On Sewage Disposal Platot To Be Opened Dec. 8 The Board of Public Works will open sealed bids for the city's sewage disposal plant Dec. ^8, according io a vote taken at last night's meeting. A public hearing on Lannon street sewers will b« held Nov. IB. Permission to use a clty-ownsd grader, traxcavator nnd four frocks In construction work at the Little League Sadlum, was granted upon request of Mayor Raymond K. Snyder. Volunteer city workers will operate the machinery without pay. Reservoir Pumps Julius Nido, water superintendent reported to the Board of Public Works at last night's meeting that two pumps, capable of pumjv ;ng 2,000 gallons of water a minute, each, have been set up at Shepaug Reservoir. The pumps will move water from the reservoir to help ease tlie city's water emergency. He also_ reported to the board :hat workers are still making repairs at a break in the high serv- ce main on Washington avenue. He said no homes suffered a lack of water in the break because the main is a connection feeder. AMERICA'S FIRST CHOICE ADAM" HATS - - - now feature ADAM SHIRTS Support Referendum Giving their support to the ap- >eal of Waterbury firemen for a 56-hour work week are 34 Waterbury clergymen, representing till denominations. The issue will be settled in a referendum pote at the Nov. 8 election In Waterbury. Firemen in Naugatuck nre watching the reaction of Waterbury voters, and providing (he vot<5 is favorable, it Is expected they will circulate a petition asking for a •eferendum on the matter. A state statute provides that any municipality may by ordinance or resolution,' adopt an average work week of 56 hours for permanent paid firemen. The present wrirk week of Naugatuck firemen is 72 hours. Citizenship American citizenship was granted to 14 persons yesterday in Waterbury Superior Court. They were sworn in at a naturalization session before Judge Willim J. Shea. They are, Giuseppe Giannattasio, granted a change of name to Joseph Paul Janatiss, Francois C. Dube, Anastasia Teach, Brua De- Zinno, Zulmira Figueredo, Armand A. Vanasse, Maria C. Carnuzzi, Se- bastico Pinho, Myrtle G. Smith, Helen Illes, Mary R. Paiva, Gertrude K. Bartholomew, Adolf Plo tioski and Frank D. Manzelk. Repatriation to American citizenship was granted to Antonette Lii- ^apio and Grace M. Bray. No Developments The TJ. S. Time Corp. has received a number of responses tc recent advertisements announcing that the company's Middlebury plant is up for sale, but there are as yet no developments, according- to Lester Brooks, company., treasurer. Mr. Brooks said that the firm finds the plant too large for its) operations and after selling, plan's (x> lease a portion of the premises. He discounted reports that the firm •nay combine its Middlebury operations with those in its plants in Arkansas or Texas. j XAUGATPCK NEWS (CONN.). THURSDAY. NOV. S, l»48-rAGE B Early American Decoration Course Starts Next Week A course In "Early American Decoration" will be offered under the Naugatuck Evening School :;'rogram starting next Wednesday, Nov. 9, it was announced today t>y Mrs. Gertrude M. Madinan, director of adult education. The class will meet at 7 o'clock in room 21 at Naugatuck High school. Mrs. Madfgan said that the comprehensive and fascinating course will include authentic methods of stenciling, painting- and reflnishing trayo, chairs, bellows, boxes', chests and original pieces. It covers "Country Tin." Chi-ppindale. Penn. Dutch, Gold Leafing, Lace Edge and other types of decoration used in the early American manner. The student, when finished with the course, should be able to reflnish, decorate and complete articles ready for use, she said. Mrs. Elaine Bedient, of Mllford whose mother; Mrs. Prescott of Wethersfleld, is ar. outstanding authority in the craft, owning the largest collection of early American decoration patterns In Connecticut, will instruct. Mrs. Bedient is a graduate of the Hartford Junior College and Hartford Set* inary Foundation. She has given several ^very successful courses throughout the state. At present, she has three evening classes at the Milford High schoo.l. The local group will'meet one mgrht a week. Interested (person" should register at next week's initial session, as the number of students will be limited according to Mrs. Madigan. Beacon Falls (Continued from Page One) Recovering Mrs. P. E. Whiffen is recovering from a fractured hip sustained over the Labor Day weekend. She resides with her son-in-law and 'laughter, Mr. and Mrs. George j. Vought, Maple avenue. She was treated at St. Mary's hospital, Wa terbury. Recuperating Mrs. T. A. Flynn, who resides at 'he home of her son-in-law and "laughter, Mr. and Mrs. John 3 Hill, Wolfe avenue, is reCuperat- ! ng at her home, following surgery it Waterbury hospital. FIRM BOUGHT Shelter., Nov. 3—(UP)_A Shelton firm has been bought by the Williams and Hussey Machine Company of Wilton, N. H. It was innounced, however, that the Shelton concern—the O. K. Tool company—will continue operations with the same personnel and man- ageme.it. Dedication, Memorial Service To Honor Sgt. George Schiller A memorial service and dedica- :ion of a new outdoor church bul- etin board at Coen street for the Emmanuel Lutheran church will be held Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock at the church. The board is presented by the Schiller family in memory of Staff Sergt. George Schiller, a member of the Immanuel Lutheran church, who died in battle at Florfdorf, Germany, Dec. 2, 1944. Born Nov. 7. .016, his grave is at the U. S. Mili- ary cemetery at Margraten, Holand. Ail veterans of the parish are equested to appear in uniform to >articipate in the dedication ceremony at the place of the memorial. The Rev. Theodore A. Schrader, pastor of the church, and Sergt. William P. Gerber and the Military guard of honor will officiate. A salute by riflemen and the sounding of taps will take place at the dedication. The memorial sermon will be based on the text, St. John 15:13, "Greater love hath no man *han this, that a man lay down his life for his friends." The new stainless steel steeple cross, which was installed during the summer, will be blessed in honor of the members of the parish, who served in World War II. The public is invited to attend the service. (ret TIRE TRACTIONIZING Here's what It does: lor " < " te • B*duc»i iUpplng and .kidding In «v«ry diractlonl ,h '*^*>^~"^^CSX _jV there when you need Itl r ««uon B it never hod FOR ALL 4 TIRES! See us for Tractionizing NOW! 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