Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 7, 1949 · Page 5
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 5

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, December 7, 1949
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Nov. Construction (Continued From Page One) sistance, S36 in taxes and $12 penalty. The November report indicates $6514.12 collected in property taxes, itemized as follows: Taxes, S5.- 790.24;' interest, $330.88; liens, $93. Mr. Ferris reported 21 full liens released and 19 partial liens released. Street Department Total payroH of the street department last month was $5,259.87 ! as reported hy Street Supe'rlntcn- ' dent J-,eo J. Brophy. The itemized report is: Street repair. $565.34; street cleaning $1.0-16.47; rubbish, $20.16; Rradlnj; streets $30.64; grading Webb'road, S164.12; snow removal, $344.23; street repair (Water Co. recoverable), $351.93; store sand for snow S112.ll. Deliver sand to homes, $182.85; deliver sand lo churches and..schools. $39.06; sanitary sewer construction, Cherry street extension (no assistance), $65; sanitary sewer construo- nnco), $05; sunilury Hewer con- er construction, Hondlcy street, (no assistance), $1,157.98; mmitary sewer construction, Hoadley street, (n UHsiHlancc), $41.04. Sanitary sewer maintenance, $152.-19; storm sewer maintenance, $151.50• fence repairs, $45.36; traffic signs, $25.06; parking meters, $76.36;. bridge repairs, $57.54; rn.ll- inp.H repair, $53.62; truck repair $300.20; equipment repair. $113.19; repair curb, $28.!)8; borough yard, $26..')U; vncutionH, $72.80; remove troe, $:)G.45. Flro Marnhal Fire Marshal JCdward J. Weaving SPORTSMEN ATTENTION CLAYTON H. DETHLEFSEN Takes Pleasure In Announcing The Opening Of CLAY'S SPORT SHOP 98 WATER ST., NAUGATUCK HANDLING A COMPLETE LINE OF QUALITY ^PORTING AND ATHLETIC GOODS TO SATISFY BOTH THE INDOOR AND OUTDOOR SPORTSMAN, YOUNG OR OLD. Guns Ammunition Hunting Supplies Fishing Tackle Athletic Goods Skis & Supplies Sleds Ice & Roller Skates Basketball Football Golf Badminton Ping Pong Boxing Gloves Bowling Equipment Games Dog Supplies Etc. HUNTERS — FISHERMEN — ATHLETES COME IN AND MAKE A PERSONAL INSPECTION LADIES, MAKE "HIS" A MERRY XMAS BUY HIM SPORTING GOODS FROM NOW ON MAKE CLAY'S SPORT SHOP YOUR SPORTING GOODS HEADQUARTERS 98 WATER ST. PHONE 387 OPKN BVKNINGS BKGINMNd !>?;C. 15 X)F,C. '.'A s LICENSED BY B.C.A. VICTOR «—"^^i^^~ Tele-tone...qualify television at price everyone can afford! TELE-TONE'S OVERSIZE 10" PICTURE TUBE — Sensational perform- once . . . Sensationally priced. Here is the big picture TV let that you have been waiting for. Enjoy clear pictures. Norse-free FM sound circuit. Super-sensitive tuner. Picture- rock. Beautifully designed cabinet. Only $16995 Nowr NO EXPENSIVE OUTDOOR INSTALLATION In 9 Out of 10 Favorable Locations Lincoln f) Xiore WESTLMAIN ST reported one house fire In November resulting from a defective gas line leading from a gas tank into a Ktove, with damage at $550. Several other fires were reported causing no damage. Three burning permits were issued and five dynamite permits. Three places of assembly inspected; four relnspeclctd; one restaurant and one convalescent home injected; two firo hazard complaints received. Attended stale fire marshal's meeting in Manchester with fire chief. Pollen The report of Police Chief John J. Gormloy showed 42 arrests in November, -14 cased, Involving 40 mem nnd two women. The report is as follows; Assault, onn; breach of peace, nine; fraudulent. Issue of checks, three; Intoxication, 10; non-Hupport, two; violation of motor vehicle' laws, II); violation of parking motors. 278. I Disposition: Bound over to Superior court, tv.'o; bonds called, 10; meters, 278; committed to county Jail, one; continued, five; discharged by chief, one; nolled, six; paid fines, eight; sentence suspended, five; turned over to state police, one; turned over to Norwulk police, one; turned over to Waterbury police, one; turned over to Ansonla police, one. Three days were lost by members of the regular force, and 412 hours of special duty were performed. Twenty-one stores and of- flcoH were found open, 45 lodgers accommodated, and the ambulance made 28 trips. Gala Christmas (Continued Prom Page One) Chamber To Name Four Directors Preliminary balloting has reduced the number of candidates for posts as directors of the Ndu tcatuck Cluimber of Commerce to Right, it WUH announced today by Mclvln P. PJngelstad, executive vice-]>reHldent. Candidate!! arc: Walter D Anderson. Wlllard E. Blttlo, William M. Chlttcnden, Andrew M. Culver Hudnlph M. Honnlck, William J Noble. Jr., Walter A. Norwich nnd William M. Schpero. Four of the eight candidates win he elected to office, Mr. EngelstDvl said. Ballots wore put in the mMl to members of the Chamber today and urn to bo returned to tho Chamber no later than 7 o'clock Monday evening Dec. 12. Mr. EnpolKtad ulno reported thut William II. Moody, Sr.. and Hlldtti,? N. Olson, two of the preHent dl- rectorH, were high In tho preliminary balloting, but both have declined tho nominations. They have been directors for a number of yoai-H and have stated they would like to utlre, Mr. Engclstad dale! .™»™™« n &&F™ rrotml , IO.STATIO u'| .i(,)iiN 8. WAN AT. lulu '•Rfl('l" ! ' U " l:k ' wllh ' u Httld District i| 0 . WII1CKKAH, apiillwulnn hiiH been i»i"! In thin Court lor nunnlH-dim 10 H.-ll cMirliiln real uHtulu l)(jlon«lni( to BIlIU UHlntl!, IIM application (111 ill,, lili^f ully niiiwar-H, It l» OH.DKU15D, thut I MI lori'i;olnK apiillcallon \ Hi . hnard and •'••liiriiilimil ul Ilio I'l-olmto Oflliij In .iiKiitiuik on thii lath day ol J)(ii.-«in,' '"'J' 1 " () '' ! l'»'l< I" lliii iiliurni)..ti "ml tin. Court directs HH |,| ,,xocutnr to j-ivo iidllcn tci nil unrHnnn Inirro-iiMil III Hlllll IIMlllln til ll|l|M!lir. II tllny' Hint • imi, iiiiil IHI li.mril ih.-riniH, l, y ' i,,,),. IIIIIK nun orilur I llrno In u n'>wx- l»|l»-r IjnvliiB u ,.|n.|,l,,[|on In Ha | d ,„.,.. iVilt^i'-H |i',,HuiK, < !" V , ll .' )l f W '"' '"' m ' llll "»« "' luck, IL ,.,,|,y ol''iliiJ,"o'",V',i'- tiV'iUI nl l rU«M!Ht«.l itn,] 1-onKliriK without tlu, in''' Irn'ori ''''' "' N "- u KftUn:k, nil ,,n A.U.. MM!I, and ri-iiirn mnllo to ti-.o Court ol 111,11,.,, K |v<iii. AllMMt, ANN N. r no HAT KOTICK HHTATIC <il MIc'llAICl, 1'. HIINUAH iikn MIKI.; HANDA ukli M1KIO I'. SANDA. Into ol Nalltrallu-k f,, wil.l UlHIrlct. (llXtUIIKCfl. Tho ndniliilstrulor. InivliiK oxhlliitfid « ucnount wllh tuild oHtiiln lo tli'H Coill-l lor nllowiiiK'.d, ami iimdii ii|i|iil(.,,- Iliin lor an ordur ol dlHtrilnlUon ,,l Hiilrt OHtiitii, It IH OIlDlfillKD, Unit Illn Mill (lay nl I./(!comlier, AIL, Illlii, nt I :'.((> d'nldi'k, In 111,! iilloniouii, Hhi'idanl Ilini-, at tho (.'rulmli; Olllno In NniiKit- u'k. In- and th,i nnnio IH. aHMiirncd : a hcni'lnn on tln> allowanr,,' ol .mild •'-oiint, ami aniillratloi) and tli« Oourl n-ctn tlin nilinlnlHtriitor to Klvo no!•(! thorpol, li;- inilillNliInK thlo (inlur In Mdiim ncwH|i|i,T liavlnu a ,>ln>.nlit- tlon in Hnl,I tJlHlrlrt, and liy louvlm: with, or malllilK In Ictterx aildr..»mvl lo each ol tin, |),,rnon.H Ininnmt-oil, and roslilliiK wlthdut the I'l-otiato DlHU-lct ol NaiiKalurk. a <'o|iy ol thl,i nrrta". all at hMiHt. .'! (lnyn hi'ldi-i, wald day ol ImarlriK nnd rrlurit to thin court, AltiiMt, ANN N. HNDIOIUII 1,1,. THIS XMAS GIVE A NEW MIX/MASTER WE ALSO OFFER HAlrtlLTON-BKACH GKNEBAI, KL.ECTRIC UNIVERSAL IIOKMKYEB BUY KARLY US 1C OUlt CONVKNIPNT LAY-AWAY 1'I.AN I'AY $1 A WEKK LINCOLN STORE 61 WEST MAIN ST. PHONE 5-2268 Kcsko, Ida Stakum, Virginia fMm- browich. Dec. 17: Waterproof Fabric Cut- tinp Dcpt., Polish American Club. Bridge St., Union City. Chairman Evorett Donovan. Helen lawlor, Helen Bulnanakns. Fred Bend!ur. Doc. 17: Boot Making & Fitting D«pt., Hecroatlon Hall, Bornon Pulls. Chairman Joe Trlano, John Lauor, John Presto, Joe Kcnlahen, Olga Butler, Ann Siuiki\.s. rohn Ucogan, Mary Boradl. Mary Ain- Ijroflo. Josephine Poleclvlch, Ror^o Mnrlnno, John Doback, Elolao W.u- 1-iorl, John Zuccnrnlll. Hnr!, 17: Protlunt, Dovolopmrnt Oept,, Hop Brook Club. Chnlrm H n N'oi-mnn E; Bovay, Botty Heulcy, RiiSBcll Mollica, Ed Bontempo, Connie Rohfl. Dec. 18: Sponge Depta., Beacon l"'nllH Recreation Club. Chairman Walter Schultz, Jane Sullivan, T..I1- flan Fatnk. Joseph DoCarlo, ilun Fatok, M. Brocloua, JeJan Hnl- Joek, Ed Dovlno, T. Costa, L. Id-d- nurlB, Ij. Vitlollo. Doc. 21: Beacon Falls Office & Warehouse, Beacon Falls Community Recreation Club. Chairman •I. S. Fisher, E. Wllcox, T. R1| b , <.'.. Fatnk. Doc. 22: Production Control Dept., Paradise Inn. Chairman WYnnk Nolllgan, Walter Domhok Qcnuvlovo Buraczowskl, Holo.i Dunn. Mrs. Sarah Barrett Succumbs At 104 Mrs. Sarah (Dent) Barrett, sis- tor of Mrs. Robert Niuvrath, Nau- ualuck, died yesterday at her homo in New Haven in her 104lh year. Born In England 1 , Mrs. Barrett came to this country on a young- RlH. She Is,survived by o. son, a daughter, a brother, three Brand- children and three great-grandchildren. Funeral arrangements are Incomplete at thia time. NOT ONLY B£JJMS BUT 'LOOSENS UP' (CAUSED BY COLDS) rnTtraanr has been prescribed by thouwsncto of Doctors. It not only • r iSjjT v ? BUch cpuKWnK but also loosena up phlegm' and makes it easier to raise. MBHTOUHII IB «afe and mlphty effective for «p young. Pleasant COLD WAVE NACGATUCK N15WS (COTVN.), WEDNESDAY, DKC 7 IMt-PAflK 5 Chicago—A cold wave hasswept ' ! _______ into the Midwest, plunging tern- the Pacific Northwest was hit <iKOR<i!A 1 FAOK pcraturos below zero. Snowstorms by the first of a series of storms More nut's are produced in Oeor have hit the upper Great Lakes raging across the Pacific ocean gla than in any other state Ala. and the cast coast areas. And from North America to Japan.. bama ranks second CHRISTMAS are Gift Dream that come true with precious Prillig Furs Come in Now . . . cluxwc ii gorgeous (Vir cont . . I'ur jacket . . fur cape or u fur Hcfii'f from our wicflu collection. •Scarfs from $695 •Jackets from They Look Like Mink per nkin 'Coats from ALL PRICES INCLUDE TAX $125 COATS • SMALL CAPES & COLLARS For Your Cloth Coat Starting At $4.95 Prillig & Sons Furriers Since 1909 109 South Main St., Waterbury Naugatuck Christmas Shopping Schedule!! Stores Open Thursday and Friday Nights This Week Until 8:45 Mil ' ..a.,; . . % Week off Dec. 12 to Dec. 17th • STORES OPEN THURSDAY NIGHT, DECEMBER 15 UNTIL 8:45 STORES OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT, DECEMBER 16 UNTIL 8:45 STORES OPEN SATURDAY NIGHT, DECEMBER 17 UNTIL 8:45 Week of Dec. 19 to Dec. 24th STORES OPEN TUESDAY NIGHT, DECEMBER 20 UNTIL 8:4. r STORES OPEN WEDNESDAY NIGHT, DECEMBER 21 UNTDL 8:45 ••••i-! •'< . •' ' * STORES OPEN THURSDAY NIGHT, DECEMBER 22 UNTIL 8:45 ; ! .. 0 STORES OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT, DECEMBER 23 UNTIL 8:45 STORES WILL CLOSE DECEMBER 24, CHRISTMAS EVE AT 5:45 ... —a : All Stores Open Usual Day Hours Mondays Thru Saturdays Each Week In Addition To Evening Hours Listed Above RETAIL DIVISION OF NAUGATUCK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE WATCH FOR THE MYSTERY MAN THURSDAY NIGHT. HE WILL VISIT NAU «ATUCK STORES. A $5.00 CASH AWARD IN EACH ^tt&tttt**^^^^

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