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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 8

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Monday, November 28, 1949
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PAGE 3—NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), MONDAY.. NOV. r.8.7949 Cheshire Inmates Recaptured; Face Escape Charges Nine hours of cold and wot freedom for two Cheshire reformatory Inmates came to an end at 3 o'clock yesterday morning when the shivering youths surrendered to two West Cheshire brothers. '.A reformatory spokesman said the pair escaped from a barn -where they had been set to care for a cow which was to have a calf. A State Police alarm was broad- oast for the pair, Joseph Rlvard, 20, of Wlllimantic and Robert Houston. 18. of West Haven. Bloodhounds •were used by State Police who were directed In their search by Capt. William L. Schatzman and Lt. George Reiner, commander of the Bethany Barracks. Frank Salvatore, who conducts a service station in West Cheshire, and his brother, James, discovered the youths yesterday afternoon when they emerged from hiding In a quarry owned by the New Haven Traprock Co. The brothers had known of their escape. The pair surrendered meekly and were taken back to the warm, dry rA-flnpB of the reformatory, from where they had left shortly after 6* o'clock in the morning. There they were turned over to State Trooper Edward J. Cooling- of Naugatuck who brought them to Bethany barracks where they were charged with escaping from the reformatory. They will be arraigned in Cheshire court • tomorrow night on the charge. SCHPERO'S BANISHES DIRT! Dirt and oils stop many a fine watch. Let Sehpero 's watch repair department give your watch the thorough cleaning it needs to give you perfect time at all time. 11000 IN CASH GIFTS To Our Customer* Se« Our Windows William Sehpero 162 Church Street Funerals MRS. NORA BRADBHAW Funoral services for Mrs. Nora (Clifford) Braclnhuw, US, widow of the late Andrew Brudatmw, who died suddenly Thursday lit tho hotnp of her daughter, Mrs. Thomas Walsh, 20 George street, were held this morning at 8:30 o'clock from the Buokmlller Funeral home. 22 Park place, to St. Pran- ci:i' Church, where a solemn high Mass of requiem waa celebrated by tlie Rev. George Dunn, Ansist- ant Pastor. The Rev. Thomas Garrick, of Greenwich, was deacon and tho Rev. Leo Sutula, assistant pastor of St. Hedv/ig's church, was sub- deacon. BearerB were: Thomas Braxl- shaw, Jr., Thomas Walsh, Jr., Richard Ostrom, William Brad..haw, Hutfh McSherry and Frank Madden, Sr. Mra. Albcrtine O'Donnell was or- panist. Pi-occasional was Lead Kindly Light, sung toy Daniel Sweeney; the offertory was Pani.s Anfi-olicus, sung- by Mr*. James Farrar; Vale was sung by Mr. Sweeney. The recessional was Abide With Me. Burial w«s in St. Jamc.3 1 cemetery where prayers wore read by Father Dunn, assisted by Father Garrick. Large Crowd At Sweeney Concert Despite Weather Oespitc unpleasant weather conditions laat night, a sizeable audience heard the joint recital of Daniel Sweeney, Naugatuck tenor, and '"iertrude Ulinskas, soprano of Wn- •erbury, held In tho Waterbury Women's club. Both students of Madame Henrietta Wakefield, they were accompanied by Frederick W. Smlthson, orgaJJlat, composer and teacher. The lyric soprano and tenor were presented by John Belluccl. Mr. Sweeney was reported to have made ono of his best appearances and Improved the audience. His program included songs by Handel, Schubert, Strauss and others. He sang two duets with Miss Ulinskas. Vishinsky Takes A Walk' At U. N. New Hearing Device Has No Receiver Button In Ear Chicago, 111. — Deafened people are hailing a new device that Rives * hem clear hearing without making them wear a receiver button In ttoc ear. They now enjoy Bongs, sermons, friendly companionship and business success with no self- conscious feeling that people arc looking at any button hanging on their ear. With the new Phanto- mold you may free yourself not only from deafness, but from even the appearance of deafness. The makers of Beltonc, Dept. 40, 1450 W. 19th St., Chicago 8, III., are BO proud of their achievement they will gladly send you their free brochure Cin plain wrapper) and explain how you can test this amazing device In the privacy of your own home, without rlxklng n penny. Write Beltone today. BOROUGH BRIEFS By Authority and Subject to The Approval of the Borough Court of Naugatuck PUBLIC AUCTION in BOROUGH COURT ROOM, TOWN HALL BUILDING Naugatuck, Conn. TUESDAY, NOV. 29, 1949 at 10 A. M. One 1948 STUDEBAKER CHAMPION GREY SEDAN DOMEN1C 3CAVONE, Deputy Sheriff — Auctioneer SEE OUR LARGE DISPLAY OF Plush Toy Animals FOR CHRISTMAS '""""'"USE^OUR"''''""" LAY AWAY PLAN VIC'S SMOKE SHOP CHURCH STREET — NAUGATUCK THE NEW OFFEBS TOO THE FINEST IN BYE AND PUMPERNICKEL • DELICIOUS PASTRIES • FANCtf BOLLS • CAKES FOB SPECIAL OCCASIONS 122 School Street Union City Dial 3985 After iniiounclnc ;i boycott in this U. N. iitfaliiKl Valloiiiillst Ghlim'n ''.harjre of RiiHNlan iR<;res»lon In !;h« fur rtust fhroiiffh Chlniwc Coni- iiiiinlstN. Sovlot ForelKii JMlnlKtcr Andrei VlNliinnky s shinvn .vulkinff out on th»- I'olllicul CommlUne :no<!tlne »t Ihc Ij'iillnd Nations, t.tihf. SUC.<-.<;SH, N. Y. IIJH uctloii wu» Immediately followeil liy tli'leRiiti-H nf th« Ukriihie, Poland, Ble.lo-RiiHNfu anil C/.ri'hoHliivnUlit. Thu w'hftti- hitir<Kl Rutmlun iiiBlrncled hlH deputy Jacob MiilIU (who holds out hlx hand) tit rirtimln mid 'llHten io i,hlH noiiHi'iiHis. 1 ' (Inlernulloiml) Two Cars Damaged In Sunday Crash Involved In an accident early vestnrday mornlnK at the corner of Cherry and Olive Htreets were cars operated by ThormiH Walwh, Jr., 20 Oeorffo stcct, and John De- Ijiirin. 0(5 Gorman street. Patrolman Joseph Farren Invcn- Ui^ated the accident, which occurred at 12:30 o'clock, and arrested both men on cluirgea of violation of the motor vehicle laws. They will appear In borouuh court. Buturduy, Dcc| 3. Police snld the cars were badly damaged, but> no one was in-> jured. Tho executive bourd of Central avenue school Parent-Teacher asno- •liation will meet, tonight :it 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Frank PoiiHlue, Cross street. A meeting of the Wesleyan Service fJuIld nf the Methodist church will he held tonight at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Florence Tcslny, 27 Salem atrcct. Instead of the homti of Mrs. Clarence NelHon, Luclndu Huadlcy will bo jjmiHt speaker. '« ~' An all clay meeting of the Pond Hill Homnmuknrs club will be held tomorrow at the Fond Hill Community club houwc. The making of leather pocketbooks will be discussed, as well an plans for a Christmas party. Tho«e attending arc requested to furnish a box lunch, Coffee will be provided. ACCOUNTANTS Gcorife E. Dowling uncl Paul S. O'Brien, both of Naugatuck and membci's of the Wnterbury chap ter of the National Association of Cost ADCuuntaiits, v/jl] attend a directors meeting tomorrow ni^ht a;t the White Fence Inn, Thomaston, at 6 o'clock. Th~oman E. McLautfh- lln will iJre.slde. SATURDAY COURT The following CJIHOH \verc prenent- ed In borough court Saturday morning before Jud^e Martin L. Caine. Michuel Daly, intoxication, continued for four werk-H; Anthony Paolino, forfeited $.10 bond for JJIIHH- infj a atop sif, r n; John Francis Horan, intoxication, 10 days In jail suspended for six months; Charles I}o- mian, Warren avenue, Intoxication and breach of the peace, continued to Dec. 10. What's Doing In Naugatuck A Calendar of Events Today, Tomorrow and Every Day Monday Nov. Zi Naugatuck Woman's club Junior- nttfis meeting, Legion Home, 7:30 p, m. JVnugatuck Junior Woman's club pot-luck supper, meeting, Methodist church hull. Tut-Hduy, Nov. 28 , Meeting of Naugatuck Council of Catholic Women, St. Francis' church hall, 8 p. m. Pubic card (party, bingo, under auspices of Ladies auxiliary, Crusader pool, Veterans of Foreign Wars, VFW Home, 8 p. m. Wednesday, Nov. 30 Regular moating, Prospect street school Parent-Teacher association, 8 p. m. Friday, Hoc. 2 Food Sale. Brennun's Store, 10 a. m., Sponsored by Glendule Manor Community Club. Saturday, Doc. 3 Squnra dancing, open to the public, Lewis Memorial hall, St. Michael's parish house, 8 p. m. Sunday, Dec. 4 St. Francis' Holy Name Society Forum, Rev. Benjamin Masse, S. J., speaker, 8 p. m., St. Francis' School hall. Vesper service of Evergreen zhnptor, Ordor of Eastern Star, Methodist church, 4 p. m. Thiirmluy. Dec. 8 Chrljitmas bazaar and public Muppni-, JSvergrcon chapter, Order of IfluHtern Star, Masonic Temple, Imiuutr apcnH 1 p .m,.,, Biippor, 0 to 7 p. rn. Housing Authority Meeting Thursday Chairman T. Rex Bdhrmnn of I ho Nauigutuek Bousing- Authority announced today that the group will meet Thursday night In the Town Hall at 7:30 to* discuss further applications for the Nauga- wam- Village project. Tenants for the first 14 ihomo.t to be completed between January and February 1 have boon selected. Tho Authority also will dlscu8» Plans for tho purchase of a Bite for" a second project. Good News For Footwear Plant Workers Realty Transactions The following papers have been fllod In the office of Town Clerk Raymond J. St. John: Warranty I)«*-d Magdalen Arnotavlczius to Frun- C!B J., nnd H«len D. Messier, prop- i tiriy on 1'ond Hill. I Mori Rime lh«<l j KrnnclM J., «iul M<-lnn D. Meiuler ,lo Magdalen Arnotavlczlus. pro|>| <-rty on I'ond Hill Bills .Of Male j Magdalen Arnotavlcxlun to Frani cis J., and Helen D. Messier, mowing machine and two horses. ThoniCH Moran to Anthony Shkymbn, store equipment at 157 Quinn Btreet. A cur BtumlH partially covered with »now a-- _n eHtimated le-lnch snowfall blanket* Buffalo, N. V. All planes wer« grounded. Mont of tho Oreat UI|U-M Statim reported wintry weather. (Int. Soundphoto) Acts AT ONCE to relieve (CAUSED BY COLDS) Por years thousands of Doctors an- icrtbed pmrcssn*. It act* at once oot only to relieve coughing due to cold* but also -lootent ujf phlegm and makes it easier to riliT MBTUSSIN I* safe tat both old and ME U .C. Little League Will Be Discussed A report on possible sites for tho Union City Little League stadium will be s'ven tonight at a meeting- of the Union City Community club a I. 8 o'clock In tho Polish-American club. Piano alsq will be discussed for tho first annual Christmas party of the club to bo hisld Dec. 18 in St. Mary's church hall. TONY'S Poultry Market 100 JOHN BTREET Tel. 2691 finest Live Poultry, FroHh Killed and DroMcd to Your Order. BROILERS, FRYEKS, BAKF.H8, ETC. In All 8lnj». ' FRESH EGGS at ALX, TIMES 3 F Goodrich FIRST IN RUBBER TIRES LOWEST PRICES PAY ONLY ALL SIZES $1 DOWN $1 A WEEK FREE PARKING AND TIRE MOUNTING IN EEAR OF OUR STORE Lincoln (0 Store WEST MAIN GetourBuick 1 Y'S MKN Tomorrow niyht's Y'H Men's CJub meeting will be a Guest Night, it wus announced today by Herbert E. Brown, K«n«i'a (secretary. Members planning to take guests should notify the YMCA office by tonight, Mr. Brown said. Guest speaker (will be |Dr. Gerhardt Behr, a professor of law at Yale University, who will speak on Ihe United World Federalist Movement. Arthur Dayton Is In charge of the program and will introduce Dr. Behr. ARRKSTED I1ICRE Arrested Saturday night in the borough and turned over to Ansonia police was Charles Baukas, 42, of 57 Galpln street, charged with evading, responsibility. Sergt. Gcorgo Smith was the arresting officer. KMGIIT A flooded oil burner cauuud a blaze late Saturday evening in the home of Joseph McGuinness, 370 Rubber avenue. Chief John J. Sheridan said when the firemen reached the home, tho blaze hnH been brought under control and no damage resulted. BKRVICK FOR VKT8 Service for Veterans office reopened today after being closed during thn pawl week while Mrs. Dorothy Woot', administrator, was taking part of her annual vacation. COMBINATION AMJftHNUM STOKM WINDOWS £ DOORS NEW ENGLAND SALES CO ALSCO 182 Bank St., Wutcrbury Phone 4-D210 Currier Electric Co. Residential — Cominorrlnl Industrial WIRING and RF/I'AIRS Westln<rhouse Appliances Tel. Naug. «G4 PLASTIC TOII.KT SEATS ifetime Guarantor ANHortcd Colors WEISS FRANKLIN STORK CHURCH ST. NAUOATnCK N ow is the time to get ready—for getting the most fun, the most use out of your Buick in the months ahead. Quick-trigger starts, that is^ A lively, quiet motor—a chassis that rides you in la/y comfort, without squeaks. And remember that with the days getting shorter you'll want your lights bright and "on the beam." Roads will be wetter—so be sure your tires have good, safe treads, and your brakes are adjusted for smooth gentle stopping. Skilled in the special care of Buicks as we are, knowing your Buick and the factory-engineered methods of keeping it always at its best, we can give you all this surely and inexpensively. Drive in this week. Time's coming when we'll be crowded with rush orders—and it's easier to give you the best service in a hurry when our schedule is open. Just tell us you want our quick but thoroughgoing checkup on all the points listed below. Leave your Buick in our hands, and our special brand of Buick care will relieve you of any car-worries in the coming winter months! ENGINE preparedness checkup NOW Adjuit valve tappet clearance Clean and re-oil air cleaner Check oil filter element Adjutt carburetor for belt economy Tighten cylinder head Drain, fluih cooling lytlem Inipect all hoiei, tighten jolnti Determine antifreeze requirement* MMTlON-ElECTftfCAI. Clean, adjutt dUrribuior point. Time Ignition for peak performance Clean and roiet iperk plugs Cheek battery—refill—clean off corroilon, coal terminati Check generator bruthet, charging rat* Check headlight alignment and brightneii BOW-CHASSIS Fill ttecring gear homing with lubricant lmp«t and pock front wh»«l bearing! Impact front brakn Check car heoltr for winUr ui« Check steering alignment Bumper-fo-bumper lUIKICA*!, Inducting trouble-preventing inspection Buick care HUNT BUICK INC. 80-82 SOUTH MAIN ST. NAUGATUCK, CONN.

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