Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 7, 1949 · Page 6
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 6

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, December 7, 1949
Page 6
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PAGE 0—NAL'GATUCK NEWS (CONN.), WEDNKSDAV, DEC. 7, 1049 Juvenile Court Assigned Case Of atuck Youth Funerals Construction Thr cane of Thomas Moynlhan, 17. of 439 Qulnn street, wounded by n Watcrbury policeman Nov. 11 aft^r he was chased In a car he hn<l stolen In New Havon. was turned over to Watcrbury Juvenile court by Judge James R. Lav.-lor In Waterbury City Court yesterday. The youth was charged with the theft of the car when arrested upon his release from St. Mnry's Hospital where he was treated for a gun-*hot wound in the left upper thigh. Recommendation to turn the c&se over to the Juvenile Court was made by Prosecuting Atty. Harry F. Spcllman who said justice would be served if that court effected rehabilitation of the boy. Young Moynihan, according to police, took a car in New Haven, drove it to Naugatuck and changed license plates. Later he was observed speeding by Waterbury police who gave chase. Patrolman Paul Salvatore fired two warning shots and 'as the youth abandoned the car and attempted to fleo on foot, he was shot in the thigh by the officer. Mrs. Julia Stewart Funeral services for Mrs. Julia (Southard) Stewart, wife of Hnrrv Utpwurt, 27 Pcnch Htrnet. PliittH Mills, were held yesterday afternoon at the Yt'Hzgerald "Funornl Home, 240 North Main street, with the Her. Wllltird B. Soper, minister of the ConttreKiitlonal Church, officiating. Burial WIIB In Finn Grove Cemetery, Waterbury. Bear- em were Frederick Bake, Guxtiw Metz. James Sllvornal]. Louis Brown. Chris Schumaker a.ij Luther Tooker. iHiilx-lle E. Button The funeral of Miss Isabelle E. Button, 14S South Main street, who died Saturday at Watcrbury Hospital, was held this afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Bailey Funeral Home, 62 Ouk street. [The Rev, Mntthcw M. Galon, minister of the Methodist Church, officiated, with burial in Grove Cemetery. Bearers were George Hansen, George Hm- sen, Jr., Phil Hanson and William Salman, all of Watertown. (Continued from Page One) intersection in front of the Idenl Market. Local Naugntuck to Waterbury bunas will continue to receive passengers on the north wide of the Intersection. The board members pointed out thnt tho practice. WJIH In force n«v«nil yi-arn ago. An Invitation wn.i rncolvod hy the board from th« NuutftiUick, Hook nntl Ladder Co. to attend :i b;nii|iinl tonight lit 6:30 o'clock. Upon recommendation of the tax collector the board granted .1 refund of $11.03 In property taxes to Phyllis Tavynowlc'/,, 33 Ncnglc si reel. NMV RyNtam? Tho bonrd j;rimte<l permlsnlon to the \vnr<l<!n anil Kormigh Clerk Ch.'irlfti p'. Daly to hold an inter* vlc'w with ri'pritHftnt'itlviiH of Knunl., IGverelt. A (.,'attilirln, certified public ,'ircnunt;int. l i, and the borough's of- flnliil ac.c.cnirit itnttt, to riBi-ertivln costs and procedures In changing tho overall accounting system of the borough. The accountants for several years have recommended changes to eliminate unnecessary duplication of work and thu« expedite financial reports; provide for tho preparation of UK! budget, and related accounting records on » : -<*woaH" ixprndlt.UJ'f) bMHtfi rather than tho "not" mathoil: account for revonuuH "n a riiah biujlH and expenditure)) on ;in nccniul or commltmnnl Imnlji; expe<lH« vtu'UmH ck-rlciv.1 operations of tho treasurer, borough clerk and | sign at 445 North Main street, assessors' office, by applying ac- The board voted that street lights counting machines to certain op- ~ " erations. It was voted to extend the Hoadley street sanitary sewer into Pine street, where the now Meadowbrook nchool l» boln constructed, and that property ownom benefiting from tho extension be assessed. Fred Sutor wan granted pnrmiH- alon to connect a collar drain with ilm storm Hewor »t Moor« avenue and Lynn »«t. John McDerrnott be installed on Falrview avenue bc- tween the park steps and! Pleasant View street; May avenue at the corner of Mlllville avenue; City Hill street. Orchard street, Hillside avenue, and to relocate a light In Wlnslow court. Mention wan made of a light being out in the park halfway up In tho roar of the Salem school. Inspection of the diagonal crosswalk on Rubber avenue near Chor- grunted parmlMalon to hung n ry street will bo made to ascertain ANNOUNCEMENT MID-WINTER TERM POST JUNIOR COLLEGE t4 Central Are. Phone 4-8772 Waterbury BEGINS JAN. 30, I95O MAKK YOI7R 1'LAIHS SOW SEP. RKGIST11AU CHEESE Fill, BUNS and COFFEE CAKE CHRISTMAS COOKIES CHEESE CAKES BIKTIIIIAY CAKEg CITY BAKERY MAPLE ST. TEL. M78 Open Dally 8:30 A. M. to • P. M. Peter HiUl Funeral services for Peter Wall, flJ, of 55 City Hill street, a former second ward burgess who di'i;d early yesterday at his home after a long Illness, will be hold tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Aldcrson Funeral Home, 201 Meadow street. The tftev. Matthew Gf.tcs. minister of the Methodist 'Church, will officiate and burial will be In Grove Cemetery. Mr. IIoll wa.s an honorary trustee of the Methodist Church and nad been employed by the U. S. Rubber Co. until his retirement 20 years ago. BIRDS DISAPPEAR More than 100 kinds of birde have become wholly extinct within the last 200 years. Visit Our TOYLAND OALLAOHER.'B HARDWARE 178 MAl'LE STREET Free Delivery Telephone 6044 VERY SPECIAL AMERICAN 54" SINKS with CABINET and GARBAGE DISPOSER $179.95 A once-in-a-lifetime-buy. This offer good only while supply lasts. EASY TERMS OPEN WED. AND THUKK. EVENINGS TIIK UE.ST IN TK.AIJE-IN VALUES CONN. FUEL-GAS CORP. WATKKBimV EOAI», WATBKTOWN, 1'HONK 275 At Freedmans - - Hat Sale 2 SPECIAL GROUPS 150 HATS On Sale For $ land $2 Values to $10.95 • Jneludofl nrc nil DARK COLORKI) FELTS and VELVETS Also Special Gnmp of CORDUROY CREW HATS and FELT BERETS to go at $1 All Sales Final 391-199 CHURCH STREET NAUOATUCK Store Open Dally Monday thru Saturdy, 9:XO to 5:45 whether or not it 1s advisable to make the walk directly across the street. The warden and police chief were authorized to designate Blrcetn for sliding during the winter. Inspection -will be mode of the Carroll street sidewalk, nnd a aond waah- oul on the railroad bunk dlrnclly acrosH from the \'. 8. Hubber Co. Hulenroom on Water Btrcet. I'RNIiUN K<.«K PcnjrulnH l«y one to three KKK* In hreedlnfj Meuson. M. Freedman Co. MEN'S SHOP says For His Fireside Dreaming Don't Fail To WELDEN "First lighter" PAJAMAS $5.00 OTHER PAJAMAS $2.95 * S7.50 NYLON SHIRTS $8.95 Arrow and TruVal SHIRTS $2.25 to $4.50 NYLON TIES $1.50 and $2.00 ARROW TIES $1.00 to $2.50 JNTKRWOVION NYLON SOFTY SOCKS $1.00 OTHER 30CKS 55c ,„ $3.95 WII'ITB NYLON UNDERSHORTS $245 ARROW mill BABI10R GABARDINE ROBES With Initial Cuffs $12.95 OTHEK ROBES $8.95 to $15.00 3 WAY JACKET $27.50 OTHER JACKETS $9.95 MEYERS FUR UNEI) GLOVES $5.00 OTHER GLOVES $1.95 „ $8.95 NYLON SCARFS $2.95 SHORTS 79c to $1.25 MUN'S 15AHV MOOS SLIPPER SOCKS $2.95 (An Illustrated) SHOP FREEDMAN'S-You May Win A Brand New $1800 Ford Sedan! — Car Coupons FREE With Every $1.00 Value— CASH PURCHASES, CHARGES AND ALSO PAYMENTS CHARGES MADE PRIOR TO DECEMBER 1st. ON H JMNK SKI SWEATER $10.00 OTHER MacGREGOR SWEATERS $5.00 to $12.95 191-199 CHURCH ST. ... MEN'S SHOP . .. STORE OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS UNTIL 8:45 MYSTERY MAN HERE THURSDAY NIGHT NAUGATUCK

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