Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 11, 1949 · Page 7
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Early Decision Sewage Plant No decision has been made by the State Water Commission as yet on a request by Warden Harry I*. Carter to chanfre the dates when construction should be started and completed on a proposed sewag-e treatment plant for the borough, but it is understood that there is a possibility the commission will make some change in the original dates. Richard C. .Martin, director of the commission, says that due to a I'S SERVICE STATION • mnd GARAGE I •• Rubber Are. Tel. 6467 — Front End Work - BANGE BURNERS STOVE and FURNACE PIPES PITTSBURGH PAINTS GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE 178 MAPLE STREET DeUTery Telephone E044 Predicted In Building Date court case in Hartford, in which the commission Ls participating", the group hns been unable to study the Naugatuck river pollution matter and orders for construction of sewage disposal plants in cities and towns along the river. However, Mr. ifcirtin states that a decision on Naugatuck's time request will be "reached .shortly." and that results oC studies will be made known vrior to the forwarding of a formal order to the borough for construction of a plant. Mr Martin at a public hearing held last month in Ansonia recommended that the commission order the borough to advertise for bids on the project by Feb. 1, 1D50: Ivtart construction April l, 19SO and complete and place in operation a sewage treatment plant on or before April 1, 1951. Mr. Carter i:s seeking to have the dates delayed for about two years to enable the borough to receive authorization for the floating of additional bond issues for the project. TRUMAN GETS ARMY RESERVE CARD NEW YORK PRESIDENT TRUMAN, a colonel in the Field Artillery Reserve, displays his No. 1 card in the Organized Army Reserve Corps after receiving it at a special ceremony at the White House. In background is Defense Secretary Louis Johnson, a lieutenant colonel in the Infantry reserve who was given the second of more than 500,000 new identification cards which Will be issued to officers and men of the organization. (International) Kadlec Named Branch Footwear Sales Manager Charles P. Kadlec has been appointed branch footwear sales manager of United States Rubber Company, according to an announcement today by Gregg T. Ward, general merchandise sales manager of the company's footwear and general products division. The appointment is effective immediately. In his new position Mr. Kadlec will guide the nation-wide branch sales organization which is responsible for sales of Keds, Ked- ettes, and waterproof footwear. Mr. Kadlec has had over 22 years in .footwear sales experience with United States Rubber Company. Barroom Chaplain To Show Tipplers Errors Of Their Ways Wakefield, R. I., Nov. 11—(UP)— A Frqteslant minister has staked out a brand new missionary field ...The taprooms and their tipplers. Ministers in South Kingstown and Narragansctl, R. I., were fretting over what they said was disorder, rioting and immorality in a tavern area. Rev. Ronald Whitney suggested, n minis! er make the rounds of the tavern area each night...a kind of roving barroom chaplain wholl show tipplers the errors of their ways. POPULAR BEVERAGE Coffee is the most widely cultivated beverage plant. Applications Mailed For State Home Loan Ownership Program Applications for elipflbility certificates for the new Home Ownership Program are being mailed to 2130 persons by the State Housing Authority. James Thomas Sullivan, director of the State Housing Authority's Diviuion of Home Ownerahlp, said Thursday that, since an- nounceiment of the Program two weeks ago, a flood of requests for replication forms has come into the office from 818 telephone calls and 1512 letters. The application form must be filled in with details of present family housing, incomes of all earners in the family, total cash assets ,and other information. The forms must be signed by employers and toy a notary nublic, Mr. Sullivan said. A leaflet on how to qualify to buy a hcrae under the Connecticut Home Ownership Program is being mailed with the application forms, Mr. Sullivan said. The leaflet explains eligibility rulings. Family income and present housing are 'the t^o most important requirements, he said. Toq qualify for home ownership program bone!Hi.», the familys total gross income should not exceed $2500, plus 5600 for each dependent, and the faimily should he inadequately housed at present. Applications will be processed as quickly as possible, Mr. Sullivan said. He urged that all persons Interested in finding out details of the Home Ownership Program and its benefits send Immediately for application forma to the State Housing Authority, BOO Catpitol, Hartford 6, Conn. Application forms and information leaflets will be made available in quantity to organizations requesting them for distribution, Mr. Sullivan added. A meeting of public interest groups has been scheduled for Thursday, November 17. (Rep. Adam Mengaccl also has a supply of applications and will make them available on request.) TRI-STATE BOCK Atlanta, Ga.—At Ellicott's rock on the border of North Carolina it is possible for a person to rest hla nand so that it touches North Carolina; South Carolina, and Georgia at the same time. Longer, Heavier, with Wider Tread the big car in the low-price field, with all the advantages of more riding-comfort, road-steadiness and safety. Fisher Body Styling and Luxury with smooth, graceful curves, new interior richness and such extra luxuries as Push-Button Door Handles. I Center-Point Steering with control centered between the front wheels for maximum driving-ease, with minimum driver fatigue. Only one low- priced car brings you all these EXTRA VALUES Armistice Day More Important Today, Says VFW Commander Armistice Day, November 11, is moro Important in 19-19 than It was originally in 1918 That was the statement made _ today by Thomas J. Nelson, commander o the Veterans of foreign Wars In Connecticut. "We celebrated the end of World War I thirty-one years after." Nel ?on said, "as a reminder that history is relpteatinff itself and that we must avoid repeating some olc mistakes. "We won the first World War but lost the peace and were plunpcd into World War II because we were more idealistically trustful than realistic. "The pattern of present day Communist aggression la identical to those created by Kaiser Wilhelm and Adolph Hitler when they prepared their drives against democracy and for world domination. The only difference is that the Sovieta are putting on a much better act and have already gained more ground than cither the Kaiser or Hitler. "Our cut today is strong- nation al defense and alertness until worldwide cooperation for peace is assured." Square Dancers Plan Program November 19 Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Phelps Case will conduct the next program of the Square Dancers at Lewis Memorial hall in St. Michael's parish house Saturday evening, Nov 19 at 8 o'clock. Anyone interested m this popular pastime or who would like to learn to square dancp are invited to attend. There is no admission charge and the group meets every other Saturday. From Maine to California intci-- est in the old country dance, a corruption of contra dance, has swept the nation. It has even been Introduced with great success into Japan and city folks enjoy it as much as Grange members. Grandparents perform with as much pleasure as the youngsters. George Washington's favorite was the Sir Roger de Coverley, known as ths Virginia Reel, a "contra dance" or formation -In which partners stand opposite each other. The square dancers Is a part of the program of the Playmakers, a non-denominational organization. At most of the dances recordings with calls by well known callers are used. Polio Cases Drop Sharply Fisher Unisteel Body Construction with steel welded to steel above, below and all around you for the highest degree of solidity, quietness and safety. Poll6myclltis cases' dropped sharply within the state during the past week, according- to the summary of reportable diseases' issued each Monday by the state department of health. Cases of poliomyelitis declined from 34 to 15 during the seven-day period just ended. Mumps caaes dropped from 34 to 19 during the past week, while chlckonpox cases declined from 34 :o 28, syphilis cases from 19 to 17, gonorrhea cases from 31 to 15, scarlet fever cases from 13 to eigi.it, neaales cases from 23 to five, and hose of meningococcal meningitis "rom two to 1. At the same time, whooping- cough cases increased from 61 to ( 72, broncho pneumonia from 19 to 23 cases, ringworm of the scalp from two to eight cases, and German measles from two to seven cases. There were six lobar pneumonia cases this week in contrast to four for the previous period, and three cases of streptococcal sore throat as compared with one for the week earlier. Diphtheria cases remained at nothing for the second consecutive week, while typhoid fever cases remained at one. World's Champion Valve-in-Head Engine the extra efficient power plant wkh the valve-in-head design that's setting the trend for the automotive industry. CHEVROLET ... and it's the LOWEST PRICED LINE IN ITS FIELD! 5-Inch Wide-Base Rims, plus Low-Pressure Tires the widest rims in the low-price field—plus extra low-pressure tires—for greater stability and riding-comfort. Curved Windshield with Panoramic Visibility supplying 'all that extra vision which means extra safety in driving with a fuller, freer view all about you. Extra Economical to Own and Operate and traditionally worth more when you trade; for Chevrolet is America's most wanted motor car—new or used! Certl-Safo Hydraulic Brakes more outstanding than ever before with new Dubl-Life Rivet- less brake linings that last «p to twice as long. FREE MOTORS, Inc. M f\f\ ~*.T J~\.~r*rr%-r-r -m. JT M -w*. •*• .»_»•_-.«._-. * RADIUM LOSES POWER A piece of radium will lose only half Us radiating- power in 1,600 years. OLD NEVADA MINT Gold and silver were coined at the former U. S. mint at Carson, Nevada, until 1893. Now & Reconditioned Motors FORD & MERCURY Budget Plan Available The NAUOATTTCK FUEL CO DEAXEH ?t<u>e 8831 NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.). FKHMV. NOV. II. 1!|.;<>—r,u;K 7 JUDY AND RUSSIAN GO TO TRIAL COMBINATION ALUMINUM STORM WINDOWS & DOORS NEW ENGLAND SALES CO ALSCO 882 Bank St., Waterbury Phone 4-9219 ' EXPERT BODY WORK Complete Painting Facilities Wrecker and Towing Service Estimates Furnished Budget Plan Available The Naugatuck Fuel Co. FORD DEALER Phone r "36 Elmer Wheeler Course l ln {TESTED SALESMANSHIP Starts Mon. Nov. 14th POST JUNIOR COLLEGE Central Ave. Phone 4-8772 Waterbury 492 NORTH MAIN STREET Enjoy A DELICIOUS SANDWICH at ROOKY'S WAYSIDE KITCHEN Waterbury Road at Platts Mills Op-m DaUy 12 Noon to 12 Midnight Sundays 3 P. M. to 1Z Midnight Valentin A. Gubitchev Judith Coplen OUTSIDE FEDERAL COURT in New York, sad-faced Judith Coplon (right) goes to a preliminary hearing on her trial, while her co-defendant Russian engineer Valentin A. Gubitchev (left) walks down courthouse steps. They are charged with espionage and conspiracy. 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