Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 13, 1949 · Page 1
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Tuesday, December 13, 1949
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Today's Chuckle Bachelor (dreamily)—"Sometimes 1 yearn for the peace and comfort of married life." Married Friend (wlwtfully) — "I alway* do." —The He-Saw. •Nmujaturk Hatly TIIK WICATHKK Light rain ending this afternoon, and becoming colder. Clearing and colder tonight. Fair and colder tomorrow. 'Dedicated To Community Public Service" TKMPEnATL'RE KKPORT Midnight, 58; 3 a .m., 58; 6 a. m., 59; 9 a. m., -18; noon, 46. VOL. LXIV, NO. 292 ESTABLISHED 1835 Connecticut's Largest Generator Thin rervht photograph fchowa workmen ccMinel-tlliK I hi.' Konoralor mid turbine MhufU of a nmv 0(1,000 kilowatt turbogenerator wlilr.h will undergo Inlllul opi-riitlon today ut Tim Conner! lent M K ht mill I'owrr Company 1 !* Devon steam power plant near Mllfonl. Th« now (.-i-nnnitor IH the mimt powerful In i,'on- nwtlout, among Hw most iiowerful In N'«iw Wiigluri'l, and mukcH th<- Devon '.tut Ion r'oiiiiei't.lciit'H turtfi'Ht. MarineUo Heads Union; Lynch Resigns F'.ovo Murlnr-llo will be Inm/i'Md :i.« president of Local 218, United Rubber Workers of America, CiO. at ceremonies tonight at Union headquarterH. It Is expected thaf he will be Installed by William Fernandez, Jr.. a former president of the local, recently appointed international field representative !''f District Two. Mr MarineUo succeeds Frank Lynch who recently renijfned. Mr Lynch him accepted a supervisory post with the firm, Other officers of the local to !?e Installed t only lit are Paul Caslmc.-, South Main street, secretary-treasurer and George Batkus, She'ton. vice-president' The executive board of the local will meet at 7 o'clock. •with the regular meeting of the local and the Installation to follow at 7:30 o'clock. During the business meeting, d«-l<-KaU-H will be elected to th-j annual state CIO convention to be held In New Haven Jan. 14 and 15 Mr MarineUo said. Postmaster Lee Announces P. 0. Xmas Schedule Beacon Falls Postmaster John Lee today an- r.ounn-d the holiday schedule for th( Bencon Falls Post Office. The (.Illro will be open Saturday until b p. m.. and from Monday. DPI 19. to Friday, Dec. 23, the offl't.- wlii be open until 8 p. m. i-ueb »v*nlnK. Saturday Dec. 24. the office will be open unlll 3 p. m. The post office lobby will l>e open Sunday, Dec. 18, from 13 a. m. to 2 i<. m. and on Sunday. Dec. 2S. from 10 a. m. until no'in. Monday. Dec 26. the lobby will b,- open from 0 u. m. to 10 u. m. PoitmaMter Lee urges local residents to mail Christmas cards and packages as early as possible. A large attendance Is expected tomorrow evening at the lect'irc- demonst ration. Menu Magic, presented by Mary Lane widely known ni-mc economist under the sponsorship ..f the HLxayol Daughters of Unite,! Church. The affair will ho at the United Church, with Miv. Ralph Upright, program chairman, in charge of arrangements. Kdi<ctman III First Selectman Frank Semplcn- ski. Burton road, is confined to hii< home with a severe cold. BULLETINS (By I in I ted I'rcHK) II1CKIKH U.N. Tel Avlv-.Iuffu, Isriii-l—iHrnol has proclaimed ilcriisatani to be It.H national cupltjU In dofluncc of thn decision by tho United Nation* to Internationalize lh.' holy city. oOo- — CO1J) WAVK Chicago-•-The spreading cold wave hus reached south almost to Ihe Mexican border and IB point, ing eastward toward Ihe Atlantic A tnn.HM of frigid air tumbled the meicury to Miib-/.ero from Ihe Grout. LukCK westward lo Ihe. Pacific und south u» fur UN Arl- y.onu. oOo 1NCOMK DttOFH Washington —- Thu Commerce IKipurtnuint reports that personal Income dropped $2,000,000,000 during October to the lowest l<w«l of the your. The report blames the coul and *t<wl strikes for the decline. oOo -FIFTH COLUMN Paris- French Interior Minis lor Jules Modi says (hut b<- ex [jelled Polish citizens from France to break • up u projects! Communist Fifth Column. He xpokc du,rlng debute in the National AMHembly today on the French-Polish diplomatic siiuiib- ble. which was touched off by the arrest of a French diplomat oOo CONIJKMNED Sofia. litilgurla—IShe defense lawyer for Traleho Kostov liiriiiiii Hguinst him lit his purge irinl in- day and said thut all i-hiirgeK tgulnst his client, have been proven, lie condemiif'.d Kostov and culled on him to repi'nt Ills no- called "crimp." Kostov and ten ollicTH are on trial on charges i>f Ircunon and spying. oOo ItKFITOKKS Cork, Jiolund A band of Bul- Uc refugees, who arrived in Ireland from Sweden in u leaky landing craft huve decided to .icll 't to get pa.'iKugc money to Cunu- cla. Thirty of the 882 anil-Commu- nist refugees already huve i;om> there, and the rest arc in the process of getting Canadian visas. -- cOo TOO KARLV , Washington—Civil AercmuutlcN Investigators report. It's fur too ••nrly (o determine (hi- cause of thn crash of n Capital D-C-S airliner Into the 1'otornnc rlvi-r near National Airport In Washington last night. Hut they're si-arching through the wreckage of the plane '.vhlch carried four persons to (heir deaths and left seven of the 10 Injured survivors In rrltlrnl condition. Out- Is not exported to live. Letter From Santa Claus The North Pole Dear Children Now thut our little Swlnj Elf whom we -Jail. "Alpine." ts settled happily in the toy shop making inmic boxes, the toy shop is ajfaln the center of busy activity. Already, we are beginning to pack som>- -of the toys in the huge, red toy sack. Th" -lack Is so huge thut the elves reach the top by mean;! of ladders placed all around the side« Many of them are wrapip«l first with bright paper and tied with Christmas ribbons. These pifts are wrapped at a long table near the toy suck. Then the porter elvej carry them up trie tall ladders and drop them into Ihe sack. Since my sled must always look —Thf ititt l«r th*" n*-rnim who Im* »M-rjllilmt. <'a|l "Hill" Oii|aki>w>kl :it lti<- I llj I'arluiEo sturr. TH. 4H»S—Xilr. brand new, the painter elves give it a new rout of puint. each year just before Christmas. So now the painter elves have pulled the sled out. to the center of the room und ure busy making It. a new. Kblny red. Love, SANTA CLAUS. P. S. A nice letter from Howe- mury Wargo a kindergarten' student, at St. Francis' school, tells U H she is being a (rood girl and helj>- Ing mother ns often an s*he can For ChrlLt'tmas, Rosemary wants a medium size piano, ice skates, a nurse set, a set of dishes and a bride doll. . Roaemury wants skates so she can go skuting with her mother. We have thut Hat all in^our big notebook. Rosemary. — Ki'i-|) your (hlMic-n In.,,lih,. KITH. llii-iii <iri-iu link KiirniK fu»liii.|-!i!,-,l milk. Cull ill III .l.'llvcij.— Hirst Named Rural Schools Superintendent F.ric, H!rnt. elementary supervisor with he!i(l()ua>'t eivt In Wllllmuntlt! him been appointed on a temporary buslH to succeed ChurloM P. Rltch, Jr.. of Frederick street, us runt! mjperlntenden t of schools in the Watorbury urea. The Connecticut school building '•ornmlH.ilon yesterday announced the appointment of Mr. Hitch u>< director nf the school building aid program. He will begin his new duties Friday. Mr. Hirst officially will takeover .he duties uu superintendent of ;chools in Beacon Falls, Harwln- •on, Mlddlnfleld, Now Hartford, Oxford, Prospect, und Wolcott Jan, 1, ncccording to an announcement today by Ernest C. Nybakken, head of the rurul supervisory services of Ihe State Department of Kducu- '.lon, Hartford. Mr. Nybakken said the dopart- nenl has Hindi; no committments iiiyoml the current fiscal year, al- tliough It Is hoped thut Mr. Hirst •.vlll be available for permanent ippolntment to the Watiirbiiry area position. Mr. Hirst, who hun been in the italo service for the past three or four yefu'M^ in 7)r«'Hent.Iy t.ruvnl- ing with Mr. ititch throughout the iM-ritory. He Is studying for hlu doctor's degree at Touchers college, Columbia university, und ban traveled i.-xteriHJ vely in this country und itjroud. The Nnugiittick rosident., who has been u.HHocinted with the State Do- .mrUrient of l!iducutlon an superln- endi-nl of iiciiools in the seven rurul towns .slnr.r: ,lnn. 1. 59-18, will A'ork c:loH(Uy wit h t he govei'rior und t'ubllc School Building Commission. The cornmlHtdon IH heiulud by John Lyniun, und Includes Dr. KlllH Muxey ami Dorothy IhiLton. As lirrclor of t.he utd proj;runi, Mr. Itltcb will riu^eivc und procenH up- plleutions frorti cltie.s untl towns requesting Mlute aid. His work will entail the check- Ing of plun.s und .spoclflcutlons for buildings; determining of the •imount of rncmey to be ullocaled; (•becking wlt.h boards of education, ichool Iniildirig fioiniuitteujt, boards of flnunce und town and city offl- -:iulH In gennrnl. Mr. Hitch will huvo headquarters in Hartford, and as soon as possible will move with hi.s family to he Ilui-lford area. c ;iiCAi/ru TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1949 Leaned Wire Service of the United Prun 10 PAGES A well-child conference., t'P'in- x-jri-d by the Jriorough Public Hi-iilth Nurses, will be held tomorrow afternoon from 2:30 to 3:30 D'clock at. the Red Cross Chapter '•louse. Church street. Dr. Duvld Blucstorie will be tho attending .physlcliin. Mothers may bring Ihnlr Infants and ]>re-Hchool children for dlifuusHlons of health problems. Births BAKER Wulerbury Honpital IV—. 12. H Him and first child to Mr. and Mrs. Edward] D. linker, Woodbury. Mrs. Baker IH tho former Shirley Streuman. daughter of Mr. und ^Mrs. Ooori;i- Rt.rcumun, Beacon Valley ron.l Puternul grundparentu nre Mr. and Mr.M. Leslie Baker, Wnter- MiMOlNK -- St. Mary's Hospital Dec. 12, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Victor Demolne, ,'!11 North Main street. Mrs. Lcmoinc Is the former Eleanor Horb of Naugatuck. MoDONALD -Wattirhury HoBpUni. Dec. 7, a first child, Florence Mary, to Mr. and Mrs. Alien McDonald. Rubber avenue. Mrs McDnmilil is Ihe former Lorttttii Smudnky. Committee OK's Santa's Landing Area Christmas Lights To Go On Early; Plane Due Thurs. (JhrlHtmiix lights on Church Mil-net will be turned on at 2 ?(! o'clock Thursday) afternoon, the iliiy Hiintn. Claun will Innd hero in liln hitllcoplnr nftnr 11 flight from the North Pule. Banta will land nl tlii! Church utreet parking lot "f the U. B. .Rubber Co. and'will vlHlt with Nauguttick's children :-.l l.h« N1SWB office aH noon us !\a lundn. Yeslnrduy Pollen Chief John .1. Connloy, Klro Chief John J. Slrjr- Irtun, Wlllliim Urmky and .IiiniuM Potlit of tbc a. S. nubhnr Co. protection force und Jomipli P. Uonntiuu, managing-editor if th« NICWB inspected Santa's land- Ing field. Tlio Jolly Hunt from tho North I'ole will land at uxnctly 3:111 o'clock. Santa wll bring with him enough gifts for nil children of and Beacon Kails, Ho will ulao lui In NuuKtituck Saturday morning lor Ihc annual Ncws-Kalem Thua- Icr parly In tho theater. Truffle I'liiu A Hpnclul traffic detail will bo unsigned for the Santa LundhiR program by Chief Gormley. Plnj- miin will also be assigned to traffic work, In the rear of The Newn office, by Chiof Sheridan. No movement of earn out of tho Rubber Co. lot will ,bc permitted after 2;46 p, tn. Only a few OHM will b« In th« lot, and no cars will be permitted to enter. Traffic In and out of the A A P parking lot In the roar of The News will be halted at 2:30. Chlof Oormley him Htated that every traffic precaution will be tiiltun. PRICE FIVE CENTS Baldwin Resigns As Senator; Takes Court Oath Next Saturday Hartford, Dec. 13—(UP)—With a 40-word note. United Stales Senator Ruymond 15. Baldwin today ended u long and varied public career In elective offices. The noto, addressed to Governor Bowles.'wan Baldwin's resignation, effective this Saturday when he will be sworn In as a justice of the state -uiprnme court. The Intentions of the Stratford mun had been known for some time bul It wasn't until today that he formally resigned. Baldwin Hiild that he will be sworn In at thu Stutc Supromo court building In Hartford Saturday morn- Ing by Chief Justice William Malt- Me. Three times before, Baldwin has taken the oath from Maltble, when he started his throe terms as governor. Baldwin will deliver a valedictory In the people of Connecticut In a radio address Friday night. Meanwhile, his rocontly-uppolntod uccoHMor, William Benton of Southport, IH preparing to take nviir In Washington. Hu Is endeavoring 4.0 line up his stuff, which reportedly will Include I'unn Klmball of Now Britain, a former aide of Governor Bowles. DeMolay Rifle Team To Be Coached By Leon Campbell The nnwly organized rifle tonm of the Arthur F. Lewis Chapter. Older of DcMoluy, will meet for Ihe first, lime tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock In Masonic Templo II wan announced today by Thomas Johnson, teiiin captain. Leon Campbell, Beucon FalU hunter und sportsmnn, has burn named bead couch of Iho teutn. tie will spunk ul the. meeting on thu care und bundling of rifles and giving an explanation of range rules. All present nnd prospective members of tho tctim arc Invi'nd t» attend. First range practice will ho held Dec. 2.1 from C to 7 o'clor.k In the evening. Carl E. Bovay. rnaslor councilor of the chapter: announces that the officers und preceptors of tin chapter will rohearso the Initiatory degree tomorrow night al 8 o'clock In Musonlc Temple. The rchcars.-il will be under the direction of Wur- ren K. Wlnlerhulder, ritual advisor for the chapter. VROHVKCT HT. 1>.TA. A moellng of the executive 'board of the 1'ro.spect street school Parent-Teacher association will be held tonight at 8 o'clock at the hrwnt. of Mrs. Julius Orls, 25 Stan- Icy street. Approve Gem For Use As Gymnasium Safety Measures Recommended By Insurance Firm Two recomimondntlonB, relative to Bttfoty precautions, were rcmdo by Insurance Inspectors, when they approved u»« jf tho former Oem thuati'i- by small groups of grammar school children, according to u report lust night by Superintendent J. Rudolph Anderson ut a mooting of the board of public welfare In tho town hall. Tho Inspector* recommended tho stage be blocked off and the door loading to tho town hall clock tower be lockod, before permitting the youn«Htei-M to uao tho auditorium on the ftccond floor of tho building. Mr. Anderson reported that (ditchers and catchers of tho Peter J. Folcy Little League will use the hall for practice Hos»lon» In tho near Cuturo. Screens have b«on obtained from, tho U. 8. Rubber Co. footwear plant, to cover the windows on th« Inside. Two man from Meudowbrook Farm huve swept and cleaned the auditorium, and member* «f the Little League board of directors are obtaining the use of a machine to sand the floors Another mamlbur, who Is an ulectrtcian, will renovate the lighting system. The superintendent mild that he has Informed Raymond K. Foley, Nuugotuck High school principal, that the auditorium may be used by (grammar school buwkotbuli teams for practice ne»slonB. The board voted to penult Emmott Mooney to store two trucks and a bulldozer in an open uhcd at tho Meadow/brook Farm, at a monthly rental of $10 on a. "month to month tousls." Carter Says Welfare Dept. Expenses Less Than Three Per Cent Beyond Estimate Christmas Cheer In Triplicate Fog Slows Traffic, Rain Removes Snow; No Accidents Here ^otf, which covered most of Western Connecticut last night, shrouded moat of Naugatuck but pollen said today that no acoldontu have been reported. Traffic In Nuugutuck wu» light last night., and those on the roadn ixorclscd caution in their driving. Despite the fog, most bus linos •vero only a few minutes off sched- '»le and trains woro not affected '>y thu woalhur, Nearly all snow accumulated during, the past wook has disappeared as tbroe-mourths of an Inch of -aln fell and temperatures climbed l.o a high of 51) degree at four •i clock, this morning. In tho 24-hours up to 10-30 o'clock .his morning, .72 Inches of rain fell 'n Nttiiuatuck, with the total ruin- fall In the storm which started 3unduy measured at .97 Inches. This coupled to tho .70 Inchos In unow- allx this month brings tho total oreclpltatlon to 1.07 inches for tho •nonth. This total in tho first 13 Juy» of December Is .00 more than '.he 1B8 Inches total for ui a f u |[ month of November. It Is reported that sevural wolls ind springs In outlying suctions of '.hu borough am again providing •vater after having gone dry last month. Sllifht Accident Bud weather conditions last uvu- |ilnK causufl an itcwldunt In Wntor- oury, near the Naugatuck town line. Three cars were damaged at 5:25 '•'clock lust evening in a collision at South Main street, Watorbury ind Platts Mills road. No one was Injured and no arrest was made. A. car driven by Jatnca Nardcllo 57, of Sl-l South Main street, Nuu- <atuck, passed the Platts Mills road entrance, and while backing ip on South Main Btreut, wan struck by a cur driven by Oiiorge V. Klccul, Sr,, Nichols. The Rlccul :»r wu.') then struck by a cur operated by Elmer 8. Wood, Jr., of Straltsvllle rood, Prospeot Wood wld, he fulled to HBO the Rtccol cur through the heavy fog. Motor Patrolman Anthony CIc- ihlello Investigated tho accident. at •—< lirlNliuiiH trill Hhi>|i|tliiK |H IMI«V llilillf-j'H In IVliti-i-hiii-y. lluv IIIIIIHIIH ilium- U|I|I||IIIII-I'H mill liiiinn fiiriiUliliiKH Iriini u i-iinipliitv iiKHiirlinciil.—Adv. Grange Drama Club Christmas Supper The annual Christmas supper of the drama club of the Beacon Va'.- lev Grunge will be held tonight at 1:30 o'clock ut tho Orange hull. Hurry Steelo IB chairman of tliu supper committee. Entertainment will be provided and glfls will be distributed from a grab bug. Tomorrow evening mcmborn of the Grange will neighbor ;ii Plymouth, with Alanson Bennon in chut-frc of the program. Mrs. Noble Fassett, newly appointed assistant lecturer, requests members attending Friday nlght't, meeting furnish new or used ornaments, lights or other Christmas tree decorations, which will bo uncd to decorate a tree for the chlldrnnii Christmas party to beheld next week. HlMitfi flir.en u tough prnhlcm UN he ilrrlvi-H ut a party Riven by" -hi- Triplet Mothers AHMOI latlon (u Ni-w York. I'uei-d by thirty :<I-|N of irlp- l«tM, NOiiio of whom are. nhown ubovi-, I|.'H no eauy Job to figure out who'H who hut It's three times »x much fun says Santa ChtUH. (Int.) Portrait Of Father Wanat To Be Unveiled By Knights Glenridge Plans Yule Contest A ChrlnniiiH lighting and dociir- u'tion contcHt for Ulenrldgi) uveu rioorwayo will bo sponsored by the West Side Community Club th!« year, It was announced today by Mrs. George Kahun, publicity chairman, , Two $10 prl/.es; two £5 and four $2,50 prlzen will bo awarded Tho contest IH being nrrangod by Pros, Malcolm H. Wilson und Wai ter (Lysklowlci!, who will bo Installed UH president In January. Daughter Of Film Firm President Shot By Darien Policeman Durlim, Due. 1!) • HJI') - Tlici duiightor of tho preNldiint of 'iOlh Century Fox Ifllm Corp. was »r- reH'.od toiluy aftor leading pol'i.o of "three conmitinltleH on a Ifi m!lo automobile chuso. Twonty-thrnn-ycur-old Dlonywia SkouruH brought her car to a halt, ncur thn Norwulk line uflor o . WUH shot In thu hand by. a policeman. She was charged with rnrkless driving. Officer 'C'bnuncfty Dance Huld b« Ured three shots. One bullet ntruck her hand), another punctured a rear tire and the third went wild She was treated at Darien pollr-e ho«<l(|iiiu-t«i-n by Dr. Alien Kuth who eommlUad her to Hullbrooke Sunllorlum In WuBlporl. Miss Hkonraw WUM flrnt nlopptjd i Stamford by Oi-ennwlch Ofl'U'.in- CicruUl Allen after u slxmlle chani) 'at u very high Hpeed." Allen nald after bo approached her cur, H^e Huddunly opened the door anil drove off, dragging him ubout 20 feet. Ho wan not. mirlously Injured und ladloed to hi>n,di|Uui-tarH for help. 7n • Darien, M!HH Skouras' car collided with a police cruliinr which was trying to force her to the Hide of the road, No one wns InJuroJ. Shu then drove off toward No.-walk. Aflur firing thu tbreo shots, Danci) look her Into custody. H(s said she appeared "upset" and thai she gave no reuiton for her actions. Gold Star Post Takes New Quarters New quarters on Anderson street have been obtained bv Gold Star Post, Catholic War Veteranu, It wasjinnouneed today by Commander Frank Zdrowski. The grout will move Into tho lower floor of tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ewan- klewicz, parents of Matty Ewan- klowlc-/. third vlce-commandor of the post. Thn post will begin moving to Its now quarters Saturday. Father Nalewajk To Officiate At Memorial Program The foi-m-al unveiling and blessing of the portrait of the late Rev. John Wanat will take .place In the Knlg-hts of Columbus club rooms In the Neory Building, this evening during the regular meeting of the order, according to C. J. Woixkowlcx, Grnnd Knight. Short but impressive ci>rc^nonle« will honor the memory of the lie- loved priest, and members of tho council who hove died during the past year. The portrnlt will bo blessed by Rev. S. F. Nalewajk, a member of the local council, now residing In Morlden, under whoso pastorale Hev. John Wunut spent most of hli* prlGHlly life at St. Hodwig's chui'ch, before hlw untlmoly death In an accident last July. The un- volllug will bu done by u brother, Honry Wanat, also of Morlden. Also on tho agenda for the mcol- Ing tonight will be the election of u deputy grand knight to r.>p);iee Francis Cuulllold, who resigned the ollico two weeks ago, nnd u warden to nil the office vacated by Ihn roMlxnnllon of Albert .Jiillnnn The former hn»> now established roMldcnco In Torrln{fton, and the lutter'H nchediile of work makes It Impossible now lo 111) his duties. Olhor matters to come before the group will be reporU of the Communion breakfast, held Sunday nl. H,t, Mury'it Church, und one on I hi; .Initiation • o'f the Kathor Wanat, class of candidates also held on Sunday. The committee working on the toy.t collection Is also expected lo make a report Ihls cvt'nln);. All members arc asked to attend the meoUnx which will net under way at S o'clock. Chamber Elects Four Directors Roelectcd as directors of the Nuugriltick Chamber of Commerce Iniil night were; Wlllnnl 1C. Kllt!<- and Wllllnm J. Noble, Jr., with Waller Anderson and William Chlttendent elected us new directors, uecordlng to un unnounce- mont t»)day toy Mclvln P. Kngel- Htud, executive vice-president.. The directors will serve three year to nn H, Other directors continuing In ofllce are: Harold P. Baldwin, William G. Bolnsv C. Frl'dolf Carlson Lewis A Dibble. Harold f, Kiimn- Jlun, Donald G. MncVlcur, Phillip K. Rice und Joseph E. Talbot. At the- annual election of officers HchcdulRd Monday evi^nlng, .7un n. the Vi directors will appoint four more directors. President Tuilbot has appointed the following nominating committee lo present a slate of officers: Mr. DH>blc, Mr. Blttlc and Andrew M. Culver. Hospital Bulletins Mrs. Chnrlon Foelsch, 25 Ooldcn Hill Hlrnot, Is a medical patient at Ht. Mary'a Houpllal. Over-Expenditure Of Budget Not To Be Heavy; State Credits Provide Needed Cushion With $7,1^2 In Htule credits anticipated for July, August and Sep- li-inb' 1 !-, tin- public welfare ijepnrt- ment Is operating le»x thun thro« per cent over its budget, according i.o Warden Harry L. Curler, who •Ibii-iiKiii-d tin- financial nltuntlon of Ibi^ di-];urtinenl lunt night «l thn iiinntbly nn-ellng of the public welfare board In Ihe town hull. Thit wurdnn pointed out tbiit al- Uiinigh Ibii llnitiu-lul report of thn department shows only .^2.427.24 re,- maining In the $4r).(J02.!tO appropriation for the rest of the fiscal yi-iir, "II liui't an bntl nn it lookn." ISxpenmrs for lust month totaled $3,9UG.C5. which wen- J170.!»3 more 'ban NovemboE 1948, nnd $1,424.12 more than November 1U47. Two years ago the monthly rir- tiorl of November xbowed i-xjx-nspii •it $2,r>72..'J3 with $l-t,24«r>H remaining In Uir- $3il.llW).IO iipjiro»rlutl»n. U-iHl year the report for November showed expenses ut J3.82S.72 with $12,70893 re.muininjf in the J.'lH.tlHH.UM appropriation. Actuully with the nioru than *7.()00 state credit nntlrlpatod the (Jepiirtment has JO.549.24 remaining- to opi-ruti- for tbo next four months. Jt lu expected the budget will be overexpended, but not In as «rcat amount us at first believed. Som.-whut B«itt4-r Superintendent of I'ubllc Welfare J. Kudolph Anderson last night reported that the welfare picture 'H brlKhtcnlnK soim-whnt, with food bltli< for November being WOO in comparison with $7K1 for October. Rent bills In November were S469 14 -.oinpare.l w lo, J W 7 for October The flnanchil n-purt of thn department IH as follows: Outside poor, *15.<>73.94; hospital., $9.829.52- childron in homi-n. »-1.272.28; Mnod- owbrook Hiu»«, $0,82707; admlnln- Irutlon, $7,572.27. The report of Kathcrlnc M Brcn- nan Hociul worker, is aa follows: Office visit,,. SO; home visits <2- t"* 7 s0 ''; two; ^opened caseii two, closed cases, six; new applications, aid dependent children O.M-; aid dependent rhlldi.-n rn.r^ «-n hand, 13 ; aid b.lnd cases „" hand two; new uppi; C atlons Old Age A-.HlKUnce. four; Old Ave A»i sta.,,-1. , ;U(1 ,. n „„ ,,, in(J &B .*.. at end of month, 100. To Establish Tolls On Cross Parkway Within Next Year (Hy rnll«> I>r.-»«) Motorists using Ihe Wilbur Cross Pnrkway probably win be paying lolln within the next yenr. •Slate Hlghwny ConmilnKlonrr C. Albert Hill belliwitH that lolln will be established soon on tho parkway. He told the roi.'lonnl planning nuthorlly of noutli Centrnl Connnctl- nul nl u meeilnjr In New Haven thnl he IH discussing the possibility if toll iiinitonn nn the purkwny with the attorney general's office. But mil says he Is opposed to tolls because they nre socially discriminating. Howevi>r h c ndmiU Dial he IH In it )( , minority. Tolls arc colluded at two point* in Connecticut on the Mcrrltt parkway which run« from the Hounn- tonlc river to (he New York border at Greenwich. Given Prison Term In Theft Charge New Haven, Der 13 (UP-)--The former general manager of a holm- ing di'velopnif-nt corporation went '.<) prison today to serve seven<o-30 year term for embezzlement and theft. Richard H. Clarke hnd pleaded Innocent after being accused of 'aklng more than SM.OOO from the Ticardsley-Creat Corporation from Mrirch to December, 19-18 Superior Court Judge Sumu.-i Mellltz. however, found him Rutlty <ind pronounced sentence. CH SHOPPING DAYS TILL a « riftmai In, WillI moli. a boy'i h»arl glad. IBuf if you wont le M. real l ^Ju»P »t>ol o alone* ot Dnrfi —Knmv tlri>N. rliiiitiK, li(Ul«-rl€'M J.iur mi- i,.,u|, i,,,. v«|lil,.r. llrlTr I'.l-li-kMin MiMfim, IStl lli,l,l,i r Ailv.

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