Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 1, 1949 · Page 8
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 8

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, December 1, 1949
Page 8
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:K NKWS Fire Dept. :;.), THURSDAY. IlEC. 1, U (Continued From Pago One) company draws off at a nitr; rf •bout 5.000.000 gallon.'-, dally from under thr Nau>:utuck river and Beacon Valley brook The water < is turned back into the river. As I the situation is genera! concern- ! ing dry wells, the water firm says I the chemical concern's consump- | tion has no affect on wells in the 1 ! Beacon Valley arr-u. j Although there hns been :io ron- 1 firmatlr.n. it i.s reporter) that u ! truck carrying a water body has been coming from the general direction of Waterbury into tho borough and rilling up with water by open- ing a hydrant on Woodbine Hi reel. Water company official Hay t.hal (hiH practice in dangerous as Home trouble ban ruxultod with the hydrant, because of Its improper opon- 'rifj and cloning. Thry maintain Unit it. In di'iilraljlc that tho truck come to the company office and make arrangcmnts for drawing off water from the hydrant in front of the Meadow stropt establishment. Adequate Supj,Ty Reservoirs of the local company 'ire dropping in content, but, »n; not an low nn in some previous years. Tlie company haw .•ideqmito storage faullltlcH, and local Industry's consumption is not too heavy. tn Waiiirbury, water rates were. increased 25 per cent by the board of public works last night over tlir< proLi'iit of two nommlnfllonern who rlalmml tln>y did not have enough time to study I he mutter. Final approval must be given by the board of aldermen. Thanks Gov. Bowles Hartford, Dec. 1- (UP) .-A l.le- nublicun leader thinks Democratic Governor Chester Bowles had a big part in the recent GOP elec- 'ion victory in Waterbury. Waterbury Republican Town '..'hnlrmun Klnhfirci Bnnscn nald nnd these are hi» words - "It is slg- nirtrnrit thai Kowlt's Bent thousands of lettei-H Into Watcrbury suporllng the Demonral'le cii.mll- 'lalcN. I really hcllcva we owe. him <i vote of thanks for our Iremen- lous vlclory." ". .. an open liouu" for family and frleaJi . .." BELLS. RING.. . . ,houti of "Merry Chriltma," and •Happy New Year" warm the crisp air. Your home w filled Kith laughter ... on "open house" for family an d jriends. ..people you love in a way that knowi no scaion... Let Gorham* Sterling add the touch of elegance to your holiday cclchralioiin, bringing its note of gracious beauty to every entertainment occasion. Each Gorham pattern is created and foslrioncd by master craflflmen. | to meet your dittcriimnaling taste . . . each one an authentic design of lasting beauty that grows lovelier with the years ... taking on a soft, mellowing patina a* it is used every day at every meal. Plan to choose your* from our showing of Gorham patterns today. You may purchase Corhnm Sterling in unit« of six-pieca place-Ben Ings' ciich costing about $26.00 (FeJ. Tnx Incl.) depending on which pattern you select. •»>„! «,,„,. ONLY AT SCHPERO'S CAN YOU WIN $1000 IN CASH AND A NEW $1800 FORD CAR!! 162 CHURCH ST. JNAUGATUCK IN ADDITION TO SCHl'KKO'S OWN $1000 CASH J'UI/RS AWARD WITH COUPONS WITH KACH -,l.;><» SALE; CASH, CHARGE OB LAY-AWAY — WK AKE ALSO GIVING OOUl'ONH FREE WITH THK SAME PURCHASE, CHARGE, CASH OR PAYMENTS ON ACCOUNTS OPENED PREVIOUS TO DECEMBER 1ST COUPONS ON THE BltANI> NEW $181)0 FORD CAR TO HE GIVEN AWAY DEC'EMIIER '.MTil BY NAUGATUCK MEKCIIANTH. SKK OUR WINDOWS FOR flOOO CASH PRIZES AND NA MES OF WINNERS. SHOP HERE FOR COUPONS ON FORD SEDAN TARNOWSKFS MARKET MEATS GROCERIES Steaks SHORT PORTERHOUSE SIRLOIN ROUND CUBE 89 FRESH HAMBURG Ib. 49c TENDER JUICY _ BONELESS POT ROAST Ib. 79c Fresh Land O' Lakes Fowl Ib. 39c Fresh Shoulders Ib. 35c Roast Pork (Rib End) Ib. 45c S & B Daisy Hams . .. Ib. 69c Sunsweet Prunes 2 Ib. pkg. 39c Shurfine Evap. Milk 3 cans 35c Snuffine Shortening 3 Ib. can 79c Starkist Orated Tune 35c Shurfine Golden Bantam Corn 2 cans 29c Shurfine Cut Wax Beans 2 cans 39c Shurfine Orocn Lima Beans 29c Spry (with Coupon) 3 Ib. can 68c Elmdale Tomatoes 2 cans 25c Campbell Chicken Soup 2 cans 31c Scott Tissue 2 rolls 23c We Carry a Full Line of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables and a Complete Assortment of Frozen Foods FREE DELIVERY 19 CHERRY STREET TELEPHONE 2217 Another Slight Delay In Passage Of School Aid Bill Hartford, Dec. I— ( UP1>— Adop- 'ion of the state aid for school building bill has hit another snag. Final action by the House and Sen- nte has been delayed until it is dcciclod what other business 'will be ttiken up at tho apoclul BCBsion of thu General Assembly. But there nppnurct) no doubt that (.he HChool bill would bo enacted during the day. Both housco rc- -OHiiud shortly after noon for two hours, The bill lui now In. final form, but the original appropriation I'o $1,200,000 for this biennlum hiia been increased to $1,450,000. The increase will niako It possible for so«called 'prior" tov/nii to take advantage of 1 he program to stimulate conutruc- 'ion or school buildings. There are •ibout six of these townB, Their dobt limits cither have been exhausted or are In danger of being HO. House Speaker John R. Thlm of Hamdon said he believed the special session would end late In the day. Representative Lucy Conniff of Oanbury sent a note to Thim saying she was married 49 years ago •ind would like to DUO whnt her husband looku like. ''Let's wind up this affair today," she unkod. Borough Not To Be Represented At Development Clinic Members of tho Naugatuck Planning Commlsion and other borough officials will bo unable to attend the fourth annual Connecticut Community Development Clinic which convenes tomorrow at the Hotel Bond, Hartford. The clinic is open to all Interested Connecticut citizens. A unique diagnostic agenda is planned whereby individually interested persons may obtain advice and informa- ma- tion on their particular community problems from various federal, state and town agency representa- ives. Registration will bo held in tho otel lobby In *ho morning at 0 'clock with clinical interviews ommencing from 10 o'clock. Roundtable discussions are planned In tho iifternoon from 2 to 8 o'clock and a formal address will be given at the dinner meeting. Dr.W.F.Tuley In Europe For Naugatuck Chemical Dr. W. P. Tuley, Naugatuck, as- Hlstant development manager of the Nnugntuck. Chemical arrived in London, England, today by piano, it Is announced by company officials. Dr. Tulcy IH abroad to study Eu- roptmn conditions related to business of the borough chemical plant. He. left New York by piano yesterday, and is oxcpccted to return horn before Christmas. Fairf ield Democrats Support Wm. Benton (By United Prom) The forthcoming appointment of Willlnm Benton of Southport lo Ilio United States Senate by Gov- nrnor Bowles haa 1hc support of Foil-field Democrats. 7n a Ifiltar to tho governor, Dom- t.oraUo Town Chairman David W. lUiHsell Hays a great majority of the Democrats In the town favor the appointment. Benton is regls- erod as nn Indopondenl voter. Yesterday, It was announced that Democratic legislators in the General Assembly will back tho governor 100 per cont in his appointment of Benton or anyone else. THBEATENS STRIKK Long Beach, Call, — Tho wife of nvy filer William Smith «nys her husband would have been released by tho Chinese Communists by now, If our Navy had remained In China. Mr* Ruby Smith of Long Heach Call., sny.M she will rotate a sit-down strike at the State Dei' ;irtmcnt unless our government forf-MH iLKLlim to free her huhhand after IS months Improsonmont. BOOTH INSTALLED A telephone booth for public usage was Installed by the Southern New England Telephone Co., today at the cast end of the Whittemore Memorial Bridge near the water fountain. Women Could Vote Wn.-jhlngton—By 1930, when the V. S. con.Hitutlon was amended tp give womun the right to vote, they had already been so enfranchised by 30 Btate governments. Hawley Hardware 120 Church Street Christmas Suggestions as ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES TOASTERS, MIXERS, Etc. also SLEDS — TOYS SHOE SKATES PYBEXWAEE, Etc. Phone 4086 We Deliver Salem Village Four To Entertain At Christmas Bazaar A highlight of the Friendship Circle ChrlatmaB bazaar, Friday night in the Immanucl Lutheran Church Hall, will be a program of song by the Salem Village Four, a Barbershop quartet, Mrs, A. Peck, president, announced totlny. Members of tho quartet, < Ke.nry Bagloy, John Rlncardl, Thomas ChlHwull and Jack Curtln, Another interesting feature, always welcome to local groups, will be entertainment by Harry Davis, Peck said. Tho public In Invltnd. Tho affair opens at 7:30 in. tho church parlors, A tempting array of articles, designed to help solve Christmas shopping problems, will bo ."ivnil- ablc at tho various booths. There will be refreshments too, Mrs. Emigh President Of P. A. Assn. Eugene D. Emigh, Jr., New Haven, was named president of the Purchasing Agents' Association of Connecticut at a meeting held last week, when a national director, officers and directors wera elected j for tho coming year, I Other officers nro: Raymond iBIngJmm,' Morklen, national direc- itor; William E, Stratford, Bridgeport, first vice-prcsldon; Herbert H. Carder, Waterbury, second vice- president; Fred A. Harvey, Anso- nla, Hocretary; Roy E. Sargent, Windsor Locks, treasurer. Directors: Edwin E. Mlrholann. IBranfortl; Rldgway M. TTnll, Wa- Itervlllc; F. W. Stolzonborg, Shol- 'ton; 12. O. Voyok, Bridgeport; H. :A. Neff, Hartford; Richnril Hulbert, New Britain; David W. Kimball, Montvillc; D. N. Williams. Wallintrford. ' Earl Benson, Falrflcld was chair- •mun of the nominating commit ten. The annual Christmas parly of tho 'association will bt> hold Hrilurdny, Due, 10 in the Hotel Tnfl ballroom, New Havon. HAYES' CASE The Forfeited Rights commission will conduct a hearing Dec. 9 at tih<? State Capital on the re;|ti('st of former Wuterbury Mayor Frank Hayes for restoration, of his forfeited rights. The hearing will not bo open to the public 1>vt tho pr««« will bo admitted. Hayes served a prison term after being convicted on a charge of conBplrncy to defraud tho City of Wutevhury. Peat Bog* H(4» Vast peat toogg helped move the Po vallt-y In Italy one of the muni fertile s-poU on oarth. Youths Charged With Theft Unconcerned Yonld'ifi. !)ur J HJl'l Kflur liMiii-iiceni wuo won' armMed at UeOinny. Conn.. yratnrdny (ippas- '•ntly nre unconcerned about th* 1 charges against them. The four—who were picked up by a Connecticut state policeman only 25 minutes after the alarm wag Koiimlcd are being held without hall, pending further Investigation '>f n $35 grocery store holdup. The rlefomJnntK nre two girls and two boy.'i. all from Mamuirhum-tU. Bay Slate authorities nay th» ulrls escaped two wc«k« ago from ' -i reformatory and met the youth* >n Springfield. 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