Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 13, 1949 · Page 6
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r\c.K &~NAi;r:.ATtTCK NTCWS (CONN.), TUF.STIAY, nr.r. in, <n.in Aldermen Approve Budget; 32 Mills Tax Rate Included Waterbury A budf;et of Sfl.2ll,. r if)fl for the city of \V'a1efbury wan approved by the Board of Aldermen ]aM niirht. The board iiluo sc-t the tax rate at 3'J mills, as recommended by the Board of Finance. An increase of 25 per cent in water rates was :r proved by a vote of eijrht to KJX. alonjf party lines, with Demofratlc members of Uie board dissenting. Tho budget itself was adopted unanimously. History of WuU-rlmry A history of the City of Waterbury, which will be used n* a textbook in the seventh and eight grades of the city's schools, ha.s been written by Mint Anna 1'-!. J''a.);an, director' of curriculum re- Kearch and director of public relations for Waterbury rchuolH. Dr. John G, Gilmiirtin, superintendent of schools, informed the ^ioard of Education of the history at a meeting last, ni^ht. Ho said the hlstor yof the city Is the first to be written since :l()18. 1'n l$<? Found Idrl'5 Aldcnion. of 10 r > Woodside avenue, Writfirbury, will be honored at a test Imonla', dinner by Kuclld TyodfU'. Mrisnns. Thursday eveninj; at 7 o'clock in the Masonic T'Tnple. WeKt IMain street, Waterbury v in recognition of hi 1 -* recent elevation to 33rd degree Mason. Mr. Aldrrson, a Mason for the past -12 years, is a charter member of Kuclid' Lodw, which wiui founded in UI2P. Me is an n.illliate past master df the lod|;e. HOOKS AVAILAHI.K Public libraries in 94 Inr^'o [J. S. cities house more than <H million volumes. MALE APPLICATIONS Accepted for night crew to work 3 nights weekly from 6 p. m. to 12 p. m. Apply Tuesday, December 13th between 2 and 6 p. m. A&P SUPER MARKET 175 CHURCH ST. NAUGATUCK Funerals Mrs. G*'.rtrn<l» Cjarvln J''uneral nervicen for Mrs. Gcr- Irude (Reynold;!) (larvlri, OD, of Wolfe avenue, .Beacon Fails, who died Sunday in St. Mary's Hospital after a brief Illness, will be held tomorrow morning at 8:15 o'clock from the Buckmiller Funera.1 Home, 'i'i Park place to Kt. Michael's Church, Beacon Falls, where a solemn hltfh Mann of requiem will be relebrated at 0 o'clock. Burial will be in St. .lames' Cemetery. Krlemln may call at. the funeral home jhiH afternoon and evening frum 2 to 5 anil frcim 7 to 10 o'clock. Member:! ol' Hie Nauj;ahick Council of Catholic Women are requested to meet, in front of the funerul home tnnijtht at. 7:30 o'clock to go In a body to pay their respccta to Mrs. (larvin^ deceased member of the council. Mrs. Margaret ('ulli-ii The funeral of Mrs. Margaret 'Murphy* Cullen, widow of John Oullen, who died Sunday at her home, ii.Hd Cherry Ht.reet, will be held tomorrow mornlriK 'it. 9:30 o'clock from tho late home to St, Kram-ln' Oiurr.h where a Holcmn h);;h Maw* of requiem will be celebrated ul .10 o'cloclt, Burial will In' in St. .lames' Cemetery. Friends may call at the late home until time of the funeral. Arrangements are In charge of I he Buckmillor Funera] Home, 22 Park place. CARD OK THANKS We wltih In thank our rnlatlvoH, friends, Beacon Valley Road Neighbor:! and all others for their beautiful flowers and other acts of kind- nuK.s extended to us during our recent bereavement. Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Nolan fit. The Nalowlch Family. VS MEN'S CLUB nay Hum, I h f . Vale University J.10 pound crew coacn. will bo KUCHl lipealier at tonUjlifn illrinnr-moutlnK of the NnuKiituek Y's Men's Club, al «::«) o'clock In the YMfiA cafe- te.rla. ||i. will ),(; Introduced by win A, nibble, Jr., who Is In charge of tho program. President Hriiclford K. Smith will preside. llerbcrl 10. Brown, Y Konarnl secretary, announced today that the club's Chrlstnmu tree Hale began (inlay on YMCA property on Church Htri-i-l Mrs. Rose Rado Dies In Dunkirk Mrs. ROHC Rado, 9B ,a formnr Nati- c-atuck resident, died yesterday in Dunkirk, N. Y. A native of Italy, nhe had made her homo In Nnufratuck for 40ycar«, before movlnff to Dunkirk. Mrs. Rado la survived by three mn.i, Charles and Vlto of Naugatuck and Frank of New Briinn\vlek, N. J.; throe duuKhtorn. Jennie, ROHH • nd Angelina (Hado) Aqimvla, all f Buffalo, N. Y.; 42 cranrlchlldren, 12 of them ranldcntH of Naiiiialuck; 14 preat-Krandchlldren nnd neveral nieces and nephews, two of whom are priests In Buffalo and Batavla N. Y. Funeral services! and burial will 1)0 In Dunkirk, Now at L I N C 0 L N New 1950 Model WIIKLY PAYMINTf AS1OW AS DOWN And Up ;„ fwi, yi:ar* lo 1'ny Rcroluitionarf/ New Stipt;r-P»ivered Chas*U Exclusive ttotn-Scope..* the Only Built-in Antenna That's Directional; Nothing Elite to Buy lto*y an Hinllo to Tune Picture* Clear a* Movie* if Free Home Trial ADMIRAL PRESENTS..."STOP THE MUS!C"...ABC-TV NETWORK. THURSDAYS, • P.M, UT. HEADY TO USE WITH IJUILT-IN AERIAL Tin- wonder television receiver you h;ive lieen v\ iiit inir for! i )ii| pi'i-Tornis .my :;el, Hiiywlii-i-i-, .in., i inn-! Pictures clearer Uian the movieri! Tin-y'iv in with n e|j<<l< when sn-ildi st.'itmiis . . . liming is MI Kiiiipii 1 ! Snjier|i'iwereii for outstanding ]ieiToriiiiiiiei! even in ihc 'ititlyirif^ arejis when- oriliniii'-.' sets fail. The fnll-sixe, oiie-picce console fif Riorifiiis iiifihofr;iny i-olor is a iniraclr nl' .'uln'iifit iii.-ikintr . . . Ciinipli'li: with :;]>nrln| uiilcnim. Assuri'H niit- Mli-nillnK |u-rrin:imii.'n In mimt. loiMilloiiN. Suvi-M i-.\|)i'iiHlvi' liiHliillall' hnr^cH . No liuiilloril'M |ii<rnilH»l»n i'ri|nh.'<l. KnN.y '.o movi) from room to roiini, Now .vim i-jtn i<njr>.y a rlnK«li!«< «••»( In iiilllloiiK of iliilliu-H worth of DOUBLE GUARANTEE by MiH'ohi Slum, Wntcrliiiry'H l.urKcst 'r(!levl«lim f>*'iiI(;i'K and Admlnil, iiHHiirn yoii of iniixlniiiiii ciijdynicnt from your Television Set. .. f+-.> -^.v-viir,:.:.,; •£g\ t -^.-f^i'.', t ^^- J Lincoln © Store [61W. MAIN ST. THE GREI" Phones: NOM.R FOIl $:iO .TiiclKn John A. Mombrlno, In Wn- lorbury City Court ycHtcnlnv Kianted a nolle on payment of ,<30 to Jonnnlno Orohnl, 23, of -120 WOOHU.T nlroct, ohai-Rcd with roc;k.- ICHS driving tirtor her cnr WUH In- volvnd in nn nccldent on Plcrlmunt ftrect, Watflrbiiry, 8>mdny. Wednesday Night Opera Night At Loew's, Waterbury On Wednesday evening-, December 14th, one nlphi only, the I..ocw's Poll theater, Water-bury will ho fjlloil with the ffirnlll.a'f Htralna of two of tho rmi^t helovinl operas, "Cnviillerlfi. UuHllcuna" irnii "I Pn.rfi.icol," prnacnlnd by Charlei; Ij. Wn.i;n«i-'H rnniMMl' touring; ojn'rn company All star <mH'!«, plcikucl from, thn mofll tuJnntcd of the yoimjfcr Amnrlcnn arllHln, will siiiK th« liiiulInK: I-O|I:H. An oix'ho.Hlni of thirty ami a la.r|,'e clioru.s will iiup- Jiort the lending- urt.luU). IMITATION Taku Bur, China-—Two memlicn'H of the party of American diplomat An^iiH Wanl flay Iho Irlnl of t.hii rhf? oonHiilar (?roiip by tho Knils In Mukden wim n "clumHy JinllatJon" of recent Red trials In JUnstnrn HuropR. It wan tlin Mukrlitn' trlnl, thai; rBHiiltofl In the conviction anil deportation of Angus Ward nnrf hip titaff. They are net to Hall for Japan today. Kiley Chairman Of Tickets Unit Michael Klley WIIH named chairman of tho tickets committee for the Januai-y 8 forum of tho St. Francis Holy Name society at a meeting- la.'tt nlRht in the school. The I'U'v. ./ami's Knllcr. M. M., Director ol' 'Phc Chi'lHlopbei-H, will be the speaker. f'ri.-uldent .Toh n AH|I preBided. Tho ruvv. Oeoi'^e Punn, chaplain. Hpoko briefly concerning the ex- perlonces of the .Rev, P. Ijiren/- Lauren, K. J., who vlnlled hero .Sunday Father t,aureji |,i a survivor of the atomic bomlb blast :it. MiroHhlrna, Japan SKWAJJK TOTAL J->nlly HCWILKU In New York City lotala one billion f.;allonn. NAUGATUOK CHEMICAL IS A SAFE PLACE TO WOEK. Last year Naugatuck Chornical's safety record was 48% better than the chemical industry as a whole and 47% better than the rubber industry as a whole. Naugatuck Chemical DIVISION OP UNITED STATES RUBBER COMPANY "Serving Through Science" J&J Telephone Answering Service Now rtvuilu.bli! to l>i.tsiii(!Kn- mi'it, proI'L-HHionn.! men anil individiuils in Njin^iituck mil .Helicon I 4l »)l.s. An ideal service nl, low cost to |»'ot(!c.t. the. interests of persons who must, be avn.il- i.l>le (hiring iiornml. business hours or who serve (lie pubic on :i 24-honr biwis, Mrs. Jane Clark 4 Oak Street Telephone B5(l» or !>«7!l Tor full delnllH ef biiNinrMs IKIIII-H r>r 'M- 'lour telephone unMvorlitK nerv- Icij for MiOMfl without an offlnr staff or who lire aliHent fron; their huiifiieNH placeH at )>i*rlodi irllilt the 'lay. Speaking Dates Off Next Month For Patterson Representative James T. Patterson, who In being' treated for a Htom- ai:h ailment at BetheKila Naval hon- piiul, probably will lie unable to accept, Kjieiiklni; unxuKiimuntn In Connecticut or piirtlclpntu actively Iw In ("onfri'rjiFlon-il prorr-r<1|nj;n <lur- ini; January. A hoHpltal pntiont for Ihn pn«l weeks, Mr. I'ntli-rlunn In ri-- porti-d to be making «le«dy Improvement, and now c«n have vi«- itors, althouKh he may be confined for Bevenil weekH. Doctors mny al- ]ow him to »pend ChriMmas Day with his family, but a forma) dlB- chnrK'f from the honpitn) will prob- nbly not take placo until after tho first part of the new year. It Is expect i'<l Hint hlr» schedule will be somewhat curtailed. Of ftARE DISTINCTION! (living '- "'' 'l llf| lil.V ls ii iii'isl. scnsililf |jf(' Shop lins IM-CU Uiuiwn for over 40 yonr UN !i \\ttuniw shop of r!intinclion willi ;i complete Kloelt of IjiiK^iifii' nncl I'nilir'-lliiH of lh<- bettor ](itnl. Wnlk up out' flii;)it iiml snvc. UMBRELLAS FOR MEN, WOMEN, BOYS AND GIRLS WEEK-END CASES $595 OVERNIGHT CASES TWO SUITERS FISHER'S LUGGAGE SHOP 111 SOUTH MAIN ST., WATERBURY — Up One Flight WK ItK-COVKlt AND Itl 1'AIK i MUHIJ.l.AS AM) 1.V<Ui\fiK Ks the '50 FORD for Yes, you'll say the '50 Ford tops them oil for brilliant beauty— bolh outside and ml Here's true "Faihion Car" styling in every line, every detail! And a beauty to handle, too—with "Finger- Tip" Steering and 35% easier-acting King-Size Brakes. \ £f Its the one fine car m the fow/-pn'ce field ' k's the '50 FORD for More hip and shoulder room than any other car in Ford's classl And more comfort with new non-sagging front seat springs and special foam rubber seat cushion. No wonder people say tho '50 Ford is the one fine car in the low-price fleldf in your (^ ^ -future .. w/'th 3 -fvfof"& tufa h! \ '50 See... hear... feel the difference of your Ford Dealer's 50 ways new—that's Ford for '50! For example, jutt get the "feel" of the now 100 h.p. V-81 So quiet it whispers, so alive it puts you out front in any traffic situation! Get the "feel" of Ford's famous "Mid Ship" Rido in the solid "lifeguard" Body —the solid "feel" of a truly fine car. SEE FORD TV KAY KYSER, Thun., NBC-TV, 9p.m. Ford Theatre, Fri., CBS-TV, 9p.m. The NAUGATUCK FUEL CO.87 Church St., Naugatuck

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