Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 25, 1949 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, November 25, 1949
Page 7
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five Waterbury Boys Captured In Stolen Auto Chase Waterbury. Nov. 25—(UP)—Five Waterbury boys who were captured In a stolen automobile at Stamford after an SO-mlle-an-hour chaae arc •aid to have admitted breaks In seven towns. The boys, whose ages ranee from 11 to 15, were captured after a hectic pursuit by police.of four communities who fired at and hit the speeding auto. The youngsters have been turned over to juvenile authorities. The breaks are said to have occurred In Stamford, Daricn, Norwalk, Milford, West Haven, Pros, pect and Wolcott. Show Now Playing DAILY FIKE COST The average daily cost of fires in the U. S. is approximately $2,000,000. TAKE HOME Fresh Pastry and Cream Pies from I ANDY'S CAMPUS CHURCH ST. Delivered Dally (ran Beber Bakery, New. York Headquarters . • st j.-'tff . -....• for E-Z UNDERWEAR for Children and OTIS UNDERWEAR " for Men Briefs -Mid-thigh — Boxers Light and Winter Weights pRKssrwe SERVICE Service While You Walt EMBROSKI POBTH MAIN ST. TEL 8897 Open Thun. and Frl. Till B SAMMY KAYE brings his internationally famous "Swing & Sway" Orchestra and brilliant revue to the stage of the State Theater, Hartford, today, Saturday and Sunday. The famed band leader presents all of his famous stage and radio personalities, including Dan Cornell, handsome baritone, Laura Leslie, charming vocalist, Tony Alamo, "New Singing Discovery," Ernie 'Cecil' Rudinill, "The Daffy Drummer," The Kayedets ,aml The Kayc Choir. In addition, Sammy Kaye features in his revue such headline acts as The Glenns, offering "New Trends in Acrobatics," and others. Sammy Kaye also presents his laugh- provoking novelty attraction "So- You Want To Lead A Band" Contest at all performances, State Rated Lowest In Accidental Deaths Connecticut is credited by the National Safety Council with the lowest accidental death rate of all states reporting for the first, eight months of 3949. The Connecticut rate for tho Ipcrlorl was 37.7 violent deaths per 3QO,000 population a» compared with the national average of 61.4 cases. Hartford was credited with the third lowest rate in cities of iln clas? reporting to the National Safety Council. Sprlng.'fcild, Mass.. was low with 23.1 cases per 100,000 portulation; Fort Wayne, Ind,, was second with 29.1 and Hartford next with 29.8 cases. Widower Offers Home In Exchange For Permanent Job Moosup, Nov. -a, 1 )—(UP)—A 60- year-old widower has offered to give awn.y his seven-room house in exchange for a permanent Job Irving Sundcrland asks, ''what good is a home when you don't even have money enough to buy food to put into it?" He says he needs a jpb in order to live. For the past year and a half, fiunderland has boon rcglsterod with employment offices In Ilnvt- ford, Wllllrrmntlc, Norwich and DanlclHon. He's had one offer, the jot of bartender, for which lie says he Is not qualified. Sunderlnnd explains that injuries received In fin automobile arci- aent many years ago do not ham- 1'cr his ability to do office work 1'or which ho was trained. Four years ago the Moosup man making $5,500 a year with the office of defense trnnsportnllon. Right yearn ago he had $30,000, another house In Rhode Island and good job. Now, he says, he can barely i:c;rape together enough to eat. New Boroughites To Arrive Today Naiigatuck'n population will be increaHcd by three lato today with llio nrrivnl frnrn Lithuania of 4E- year-old IzdnrclUH Zukauskas, a dairy farmer, his wife Ona and their 10-year-old daughter, Aldoua. Mr. Zukauskas Is a cousin of Al- fxrlcl Samoska, West Mountain. Tha three displaced persons wore •imong 1,166 DPs arriving in Now York City thin morning aboard the: U. S. Army Transport Qon. ,T. H. McRae from Bremerhavcn, Germany. Mrs. Bamonka said today that she expects the Zukauskas family here late today. Their trip to this country Is sponsored jontly. by Mr. Samoska and the National Cathc- llc Welfare Conference. Four Men Fined $400 For Larceny; Man Granted Nolle Fines amounting to $400 Were Imposed on four men and a fifth man was granted an outright nolle when they appaa.rod -before Judge Stephen Elliot in Southlngton.Town Court today on charges of laroony and receiving stolen goods. Richard Folcy, 23, of 166 Prospect street, was granted a nolle on ne count of larceny. Stewart Wilt- H!C, 51, of Southington, was filled $150 for six counts of receiving stolon goods, according to Lieut. Leslie Brooks at the BoutWnglon Police department. He said .that' Joseph Marltig,, presented ;on four counts of larceny, was fined' Slt'O and Thomas Ward, Jr., Wolcott and George Tschauder, . Waterbury, each charged .with .one ppunt of larceny, wer.e fined $50 each. The quintet waa arrested early this month by Waterbury and 8tut<j Police. LJfut. Brooks said the four men charged .with larceny stole paints and painting supplies from a Watorbury Ulrm and Bold them to WlltBic, a Southlnglon painter. Hits Friends With lammer At Wedding BrlHtol, Nov. 25—(UP) —A 31- car-old man is accused ol' hitting wo friends with a hammer after ncy had brought him homo from wedding party. Patrick J. Fitzgerald is charged vlth aggravated auuuult, breach of caco and Intoxication. Hit) two rlcnds. whose names were not repealed, managed to wrest the hammer from him. Their wounds rc- (uirod several stitches. (Bonn, Germany) — America, Britain and France have told West Germany bluntly that the njfrc-cmenl nlprncd with the Republic yesterday does not mean further Allied Concessions will be ducecl the dismantling program and gave the Bonn government granted. "Genius" Steals Old Trolley Car (By United Free*) , Hartford police are looking for someone who knows their trol ley cart). An old Connecticut cam pany trolley was stolon from Its yard and found a mile and a hal away.. . • A spokesman for ; the company says the self appointed mntnrman must have boon a genius, He ex plained that It takes five, switches and.levers, plug.a half dozen othe gadgets to get the trolley atartad> Bast Hartford l» the- only com munlty in the state where trollej cars are Mtill used. They hau freight caru to and from the New Haven railroad yards and factorlei in Bast Hartford and Glostonhury. (PABIS)— Most of the,French docks, coal mlnen and steel plants are Shut down by, ft 24• hour generiil ntrllce called by both Communist and non-Gom- munlHt unions to enforce, wa demand*. But some communico- tlonn, gaK and water works and many bonks and restaurants arn being maned -by union wqrknrs who havr. defied tbo strike order. Two Men Injured In Truck Crash Hixmdoh, Nov. 25—(UP>—A M«r- Idcn oil truck driver and hid hefp- cr have been Injured In a highway accident. Police said the empty Irtjck struck an embankment an,l crashed into a tree. Hospitalized, .but not in seripn.'j condition, were 21-year-old Charlun ?",iiKard of 181 Suringdalo road, Morldcn, and iS-ycar-old . Kolicrt Dudctt of Sbuthlhgton. Police slid Flugard was-operating the vehicle ut. the time of the accident. NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), FBIDAV. NOV. 2B, J1M9—PAGE 7 Arrest Woman In ffif-And-Run Case A 34ycpr-pld WBW Canaan woman faces two charges in Coifnec- UciH with a hit and run accident. Mrs, Kathleen Boyd is held for evading roj|.'.•mHlfolllty and rock- lc(»s driving. Police anid she wan driving an automobile which struck and injured 62-year-old Samuel Holtzman in New Cana- an. According to police the woman admitted driving in the vicinity of the nncldont, -police reported, fur- nlHtifil informiillnn which led to Mrs. Boyd'.s arrest. CAESAR KRZYKOWSQ fainter — Decorator t» DOENNAN ST. TEL. 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Photo Frames 49c to $1.89 Critam Gum-Mix Christmas Candy 29c ,H Boxed A»(wrt«l CHRISTMAS BOX CHOCOLATES 2 Ib. box 69c — 5 Ib. box $1.98 CHRISTMAS BOOKS 5c to 25c GIFT-WRAPPINGS A package is no prettier than the ribbons and papers you use to wrap it. .10c . .10c TOY TRAIN Mechanical - Model For a Young Engineer $295 and $395 White Tissue Fancy Paper Others Papers lOc to 15c pkg. Hank Ribbons .. lOc Tinsel Ribbons . .lOc Cellophane YlNN Ribbons lOc Bulk Ribbons All wjilthn PLASTIC COOA-CfoLA TRUCK Gift Boxes 5c l 25c Toy Dish or Tea, Sets 25c to 98c $1.49 SANTA HAS LOTS OF DOLLS All Are in Pretty Dresses or Coats 49c to PLASTIC ORNAMENTS ScMOc ICICLES lOc aml 25c box TINSEL & CELLOPHANE GARLAND 25c UNDER-THE-TRBE FIGURES 5c ttnd lOc UNDER-THE-TREE HOUSES . 10c a " d 25c INDOOR SETS 89c OUTDOOR SETS $1.95 Intermediate DOUBLE WIRE BETS rtt-f 4Q If bulb burnj out balance remains lighted. Christmas Candle WREATHS 59c and 69c UGHT BULBS Small, all colors ..... 2 for 15c Mod-independent . . .2 for 26c Outdoor ...... , ........... 15c Star Bulbs ............... 15c Figure Bulbs ............. lOc Bubble Lights ............ 29c SNOW-COTTON 1 Oc nd 25c ***• RELIGIOUS FIGURES 5r and lOr TINSEL-SILVER GARLAND tOc 15c 25c OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS G C MURPHY CO OPEN TONIGHT

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