PAGE S—NACGAT17CK NEWS (CONN.), MONDAY, NOV. 7, 1949 Elections In Eight Conn. Communities Snyder Opposed By Shea In * Waterbury Vote Five of the state's largest cities are among eight communities to bold elections tomorrow. Mayors will be elected in Republican controlled Waterbury and New Haven, and Socialist controlled Bridgeport and Norwalk. Hartford also will | name a mayor, although it is inci-1 dental as the state's capital turned to non-partisan elections two years ago with the adoption of the council-manager type of government. First selectmen will be named in Greenwich, New Canaan and Westport. Republicans are in control COMMERCIAL Mid DOMESTIC REFRIGERATION WALTER'S REFRIGERATION Main St, Beacon Falls TeL 7431 Emergency CHII 6567 LEWIS CARROLL T»» Dealer o» tke Spur* CKKTEB SQTJAHE - COHNEH PBOSPKCT * trSIOJK STREETS Bkrclu Ttle Boar* Chrome Trtn D*or trtmtt Wtedow Bank * Frame* PalM* Floor 8e«drr» tor Ke« TELEPHOSK 1484 in the two former towns and the Democrats in the latter. Approximately one-third of the state's voting population is eligible to go to the polls. Jasper McLevy of Bridgeport, 71-year-old incumbent, is campaigning for the mayoralty for the 18th time. He will have i'our rivals. Incumbent mayors seeking reelection in the other three cities holding partisan elections are: Raymond E. Snyder of Waterbury, Republican; William C. Celentano, New Haven, Republican; Irving C. Feese. Norwalk, Socialist. Incumbent mayor of Hartford is Cyril Ooleman, one of 18 candidates seeking the nine city council seats. Op posing Snyder in Waterbury is Patrick Shea (D). Best wishes to two Democratic candidates in tomorrow's New York elections were expressed 10- day by Governor Bowies. The chief executive sent telegrams to New York city Mayor William O'Dwyer and senatorial candidate Herbert Lehman, stating that he hopes the two are victorious at the polls tomorrow. Firemen's Ball Committee Meets The ball committee of the Nau- sratuck Hose. Hook and Ladder Co. will meet this evening at 7:30 o'clock in the firehouse to :nake further plans for the annual ball to be held Thanksgiving Eve in Odd Fellows Hall. Tickets for the semi-formal affair are available now, according to Secretary Nordhill Nauges. He said that members of the company hope for the cooperartion of borough residents in the sale of tickets, as this is -the only affair sponsored by the company to raise funds. 3 F Goodrich FIRST IN RUBBER TIRES LOWEST PRICES PAY ONLY ALL SIZES DOWN $1 FREE PARKING AND TIRE MOUNTING IN BEAR OF OUR 8TORE A WEEK Lincoln (0 Store [61 WEST MAIN . Psychiatrist To Address Hop Brook School PTA Dr. Katherine Hawley, psychiatrist of the Child Guidance office of the Mental Hygiene Society of Waterbury, will discuss the "Emotional Needs of Children" at Wednesday night's meeting of the Hop Brook school Parent-Teacher association. Mrs. Mortimer Quirke, first grade teacher, will give a recitation. Mrs. Malcolm., Wilson, president, will conduct the business meeting, during which tne budget will be discussed; plans for the Christmas party, Founders' .Day observance, and plans for a p*blic card party to be held Tuesday night, Nov. 15. Mrs. Harry McGinnis is chairman of the card party. Union City Club Meeting Tonight Final plans for the public card oarty of the Union City Community Club, to be held next Monday evening, in the Polish National Church Hall, will be discussed at*tonight's meeting of the club at 8 o'clock in the Cheplick Studio, 24 Myrtle avenue. % Proceeds of party will be used to help defray expenses of the club's first annual children's Christmas party to be held next month, according to President Richard Kelley. ' Beacon Falls Grange Elections The annual election of officers will be held at a meeting of Rock Rimmon Grange tomorrow night at 8 o'clock in the United Church Hall. Mrs. Ralph Tucker, worthy master, will preside. Legion Meets Schaefer-Fisher post 25, American Legion, will meet tomorrow at 8 o'clock In the Legion Home, Main street. Commander Ernest Trzaski will preside. Plans for the 'annual Armistice Day dance, to be held Saturday night in the Community Club Hall, will be completed. The committee in charge in- I eludes Robert Koerber, general chairman, Ernest Weyerman cochairman; James Reilly, tickets- Walter Okoski, lighting; Mike Krenesky and Roland LaBella, refreshments; Charles Gapdarillas, and Peter Korzonz, mink and chinchilla: Joseph Natowich, decorations. The dance will be informal cabaret style. Y COMMITTEES The boys' work committee of the Naugatuck YMCA will meet this evening at 5 o'clock at the Y, with chairman Robert N. Whittemore presiding. At 6:45 o'clock Edward Muller will preside over a meeting of the men's program committee. Two Naugatuck Drivers Notified Two Naugatuck motorists are among 18 area drivers summoned to appear at a motor vehicle hearing tomorrow morning at 10:30 o'clock in Waterbury City Court. Drivers have cither had their licenses suspended or are in danger of having them suspended for some infraction of the motor vehicle laws. The Naugatuck men are Albert Stevenson, 64. Pairchild street, accumulated record and Alfred Laone, 58 Hotchkiss street, speeding-, Sept! 13, 1947. Musicians Union Meeting Tuesday Local 445, American Federation of Musicians, will meet tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock in the Borough Court room to authorize projects making use of the balance of funds due the local for free public music in Naugatuck. President Ray Hotchklau .will preside. Triduum Opens At Saint Francis' Between 500 and 600 persons attended opening service of a Trid- uum last night in St. Francis' church, it was announced today by the Rev. Paul F. Keating, pastor. The Rev. John J. Galvin, a Jesuit Priest from Boston, preached .ton the Sacred Heart of Jesus, Father Keating said. Hymns were sung by the congregation: The Triduum W||l continue tonight and Tuesday. H -— ' — Singers Entertain At Prison Farm Tickets for the first annual concert and "parade of quartets" pf the Naugatuck Chapter for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barbar 'Shop Singing in America, are available from members, starting today, it was announced by Secretary Nordhill Nauges. The concert and parade will be staged the evening of I^ov. 26 in the high school auditorium. Yesterday afternoon the Saiem Village Four and J the Naugatones quartet, both of the borough chapter, entertained at, the State's Prison farm, Enfield. President Arthur Swan said io- day that tickets for the concert are also available at Swan's Electric Shop, Cedar street. RECKLESS DRIVING Leon Beland, 55, of 26 Riverside drive, was arrested in Waterbury yesterday on a charge of reckless driving by Motor Patrolmen Thomas Fiore and Paul Salvato^e. CANASTA — with the advice of an expert WILLIAM E. McKENNEY, America's Card Authority, has prepared a series of columns on CANASTA. The NEA card expert reveals tricks of hig-her scores, solves puzzling plays, explains fine points of the game and tells readers how to have more fun with CANASTA. Follow McKenney PLAY CANASTA This interesting new feature starts Today in THE NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS An even dozen well-written columns on CANASTA by the same expert who has won thousands of followers as an advisor on Bridge . . . You've read McKenney On Bridge .... Beginning Today you can follow McKenney on CANASTA In The Daily Bids On Current Highway Projects To Be Opened Soon Hartford. Nov. 7—State Highway Commissioner G. Albert Hill todav announced that bids on current projects would be opened on tw successive dates, Monday, Nov. 21, and Monday, Nov. 28. The purpose of the additional week Is to allow prospective bidders more time to prepare bids on a combina- ntlon of four projects on the Shelton-Ansonia-Derby Expressway in Derby. The N<Vv. 21 bid opening also lists work on the expressway. This project is an 8<t-foot single-snan, welded-girder bridge to carrv Proa- oect street over the new highway. The re-grading of Prospect street In connection with the new structure will require about 500 feet of rolled bank gravel surface. This opening also includes 1 a job of repairs to piers No. 3 and No. 4 on the southwest ^iaduet on the Charter Oak Bridee in Hartford. This Is a Bridge Commission project. State aid funds "re being used In Stratford, on the third lob In the list, to resurface Warner Hill road and Peter's Lane with rolled bank gravel for a total length of 3877 feet. The Nov. 21 onenlng concludes with town and lobs in fmir towns. In Lebanon about 6.961 feet of traffic bound gravel will be applied to Bosr Lane and Gates road. East Hartford has two projects, one to install about 2,471 feet of storm sewer on Governor and Thomas streets, the second to extend Pewter Pot Bridge and widen its approaches on Brewer street. In Hebron, plans call for installing approximately 1,270 feet of wire pope railing and resetting 172 feet on Jones street. The four projects on the Shclton- Derby-Ansonia Expressway In Derby, for which bds are to be opened on Nov. 28, are combined in one proposal form for biddlnf nurposes and the combination wil! be awarded as a separate contract. The unit prices for one or more items on any one of the four projects are required to be identical for the same items on the remaining three jobs. The jobs, all federal aid, are U) about 1,047 of grading and drainage from the Housatonic river to Main street; (2) the construction of six piers for the Main street viaduct; 3) a rolled beam bridge over the Maybrook line tracks of the N.Y.N.H. & H.RR; (4) a rolled beam bridge to carry Main street over the Naugatuck branch railroad tracks and about 635 feet of reinforced concrete approach paving on Main street (Conn. 34). The plans on these projects may b<j examined in the project engineer's office, corner Hull and Wharf streets, Shelton. Snow Reported At Westport, Norwalk (By United Press) Connecticut this week-end ha? had a foretaste of winter. - Snow flurries 'were reported las' riipht at Westport, but the whit' atuff melted as fast as it hit the ground. Elarller,, snow was also reported it Norfolk which didn't disappear quite as fast. POSTPONE TALKS Detroit-General Motors has postpone*:, from today until Thursday tjhe opening of pension talks with Its electrical workers. The company-wants to study the ouster of the!;. United Electrkul Workers Unidi. from the CIO and determine Which officials to talk with, the lefuwingers or the right-wing leadeA of the new CIO. SURRENDBBS . .Wellington— A forrfer Polish prime minister says tw6 Warsaw government has surrendered command of the Polish army to Russia. Former Premier gtanls- law Mikolajczyk who fled Poland In 1947, says the appointment of Soviet Marshal Rokossovskyl to be Polish defense minister is 'Ian admission that the Russians In control." CELLULOSE FROM PINE Portland, Ore.—An acre of pine trees can produce three times more cellulose than one acre of cotton. Father Johns V Medici™ To Outline New Home Ownership Program To Builders Hartford, Nov. 7—(UP)—State Housing Administrator Bernard E. Loshbough today called a meeting for Thursday to outline Connecticut's new $30,000,000 home ownership program to contractors. Loshbough says that cooperation o£ builders Is vital for the success of the whole program. He adds that, "we want all builderaa, whether they plan to build one moderate- cost houset or hundreds, to understand how they can benefit from state construction and permanent mortgage tloans." The new homes are for families having a total gross 'income of not more than'$2,500 a year, plus $600 for eac hdependent. The mortgage interest rate wil Ibe 1 1-2 per cent which Loshbough says is the "key to the program." MEN'S CHORDS » The Naugvtuck Men's Chorus will hold an Important meeting tonight at 7:45 o'clock in the YMCA. Plans will be made for participation In a concert Saturday night in Wa- .terbury! and all members are urged to attend. Driver Fined $20 In Borough Court James Palmer, 567 North Riverside street, Waterbury, charged with operating a commercial vi_>- hicle with defective equipment, was fned $20 when he appeared before Judge Martin L. Caine in Borough Court today. He was arrested by State Trooper Carl Carlson of Bethany Barracks. Palmer was charged with operating a vehicle with defective headlights, brakes, horn and signal :ights. William O. Yacker, 261 Athelm street, New Haven, charged with passing a red light, forfeited a »5 bond when he failed to appear in court. Marines Conduct Paper Collection Robert F. Miller, Commandant of the Naugatuck Valley Detachment, Marine Corps League, today issued a statement thanking residents of the borough who cooperated with the detachment in its paper drive yesterday. He aaked • any residents having I paper which was not picked up, call 5721 or 7527. Education Week Noted In Schools American Education Week In being observed in the borough's public schools this week, according to Superintendent of Schools Harold E. Chittenden. ' Mr. Chittenden said that he hopes parents of school children and other residents will tak« advantage of the week to visit the local schools. One or two specini programs in connection with the week may be arranged, the superintendent said. MEET TOMORROW The Naugatuck YMCA Industrial Council's semi-monthly luncheon- meeting will be held tomorrow «t noon in the Y cafeteria, according to Herbert E. Brown, general retary. CLOTHES FROM NEW YORK Half the manufacturers of men'* and boy's clothing are in New York. 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Hartford Tel. 5-0151 ; OUR NAUGATUCK REPRESENTATIVE IS MR. G. HORACE BALDWIN PLEASE PHONE WA1ERBURY 5-0238 (Reverse Charges) ,,#-/>• •^ *'
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