Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 19, 1949 · Page 6
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*> A( ~.E B—NArr.ATrcK NKVVS Naugatuck Building (Continued Fron#Pngc One) MONDAY, nrcc, in, 300; May, seven houses, $39,250, five garages $4,600. six alteration.^ S4.650; June, two houses, $17,000, four gnrages, $3,250, eight alterations, $6.850. r July, three houses, $24,500, two gaj-asres, Sl.Gof?, fix alterations $3,100; August, six houses, $46.000. six garages. 50.YOO, six alterations. SS.OOO; September, 38 houses, $137.200, 14 jKragcs $10.000. foul- alterations $3;fco. October, nine houx,- , $01.000. live; RnrnjicH. $3,500. one alteration, $300: November six house.'), $43,500, sH Kamges, $3,450, two nltcrn- tionH. $6.2M>. ComparlwiiiN A month by month comparison of permits issued and their value In the fir.Kt 11 months of 3047. 1948. and 1949 tho number of permits issued in each of tho months is ns follo-wa: January. lf»49, seven nermit.s, J34.600 value; 1948, no permit*, no value: 1947 three permit.s, 54.500. 'February. 1049, 10 permits. S31.8CO; 1948. three, permits. *.0.2. r >0; 1947. four permits. $21,200. March. 1949. nine permits. $51,550 v.-ilue: 1948. 11 permits, §27.900; 1947, five permits, .518.850. A-pril. 1949, 18 permits, 689.8M value: 11HX, 25 11)17, 2-1 permits. May, liM.l. 21 ••Mlllr; 1IMK, ,!K permits, $53,3^)5; $87,40S. permits. $-18,750 li'ei-iTiitH, $121,9.')0; 1017. 21 permitH, $47,B!H). June, 1943, 13 permits. $38,950 "(ilue; 10-18, 36 pcrmlla, $163,950; 1!)47. 21 pcrmltK, $113.825. July, 1949, 13 permits, $79^850 value: 19-18, 21 permits, $44,150; 1917, 30 permits. $04.170. August 1949, 22 permits, .$60,000 value; 1948, 2(1 permits, $70,150; 1947, TO permits, $86,770. September 1!M9, 50 permits, $198,950 value; 1948, 48 permits. $150,550; 1947, 44 permits, $151,890. October. 1949, 19 permits. $71.195 vnlue: 1948. 22 pcrnills, $5(>,r>00; 19-17, •ifl permits, SnU.niU). November lfl-H>, 15 permits, $53,200 ••nine; 1948, 15 permits, $35,950; 1047, >'.1 permits, $W>.3!iO. Not Ueroidcd Tho eon.st ,-uction, whlcih in not. '-eco:-de(l. is the tax exempt Nauga- w.-im Village, which is n moderate rental houniiij; project, financed 'vilh state Ku.'irimtci'il bunds. The •Vaunatuek Housing Authority will D.-iy 10 per rent t>f the annual ren- •al fees in lieu of taxes. The proj- ':<•! is vjilued nl $-138,00(1. The three new elementary schools beini,' r-on.slrtirted here aliwj arc* Uix r ri e, The co:<t of the schoolo It; $750,000. Weekend Santa Brings Good Tidings •.Cuntimu'd from 1'ap.o Due) AT;TO The U. S. has car dealers. about 40,000 ne.w Install Anywhere Upstairs or Down > No Bolting ' Vibrationless > Safe > Quiet > Saves Time > Saves Labor Small Down Payment COMPLETELY MECHANICAL NO FLOAT VAIA'KS. HI.KCTHK'AL DEVICKK, SOLKXOIDS OH OTlIEii' (" TO GET OUT OF OKUKR. TIM INC Product of America's Oldest Washer Manufacturer CARLSON'S 175 CHURCH ST. NAUGATUCK Open Tuesday Through Friday Kvcnlnc» Thin Wwk lean War Veterans ot Cristopher Colombo Mall yesterday a.fternoon. iSfint;i arrivi'd \\-)th a buf; f nil of-^ifi s for the children and refreshments were served. Members of the Naugatuck Aerie of Eagles went to Tvl eadowbrook Home late yesterday afternoon to distribute gifts to residents there. News Staff T.m.t night -10 members of the NI.OWH staff arid .llielr families at- tcrifled a Christmas party nt An- n<>nberj., r 's Park Plriee rti'Kti-iurrint. Hnn'a ('latin attended find |*r''jn*iil etl a gift to host Rudolph M. Mennick, NKWS publisher, on behalf of 'he employes. A buffet supper WIKI .served nt 7:.'iO o'clock. St. I'lUlI'M Alcmbers of 8L. Paul's Lutheran rhureh yesterday afternoon enjoyed a music festival at the church, soloist, and Miss Dorothy Sargent, Hartford, orj-anisl. featured In the pi-oi;i'nm. After the recital member;; nnJoyrT a Christmas party at the church hall. Mi-thixllsl Oitirc.h A Christmas play was staged at the Methodist Church yesterday nf- 'e.rncujn, followed by a party in the church hall. Many parishioners and their families attended and refreshments were served at the party. Polish National At the Polish National Church yesterday nfternoon a play was i presented by children of the parish. Later supper was served and Santa Clans visited to distribute iril'ts to the youngsters. The affair was held in thn church hall. Party Tonight Tonight at 8 o'clock the Union City Community Club will meei. in Pollsh-Arnerie.'in Club, to be followed by a Christmas Party at 9 o'clock. All members of the club are invited to attend. The annual Chri«tmas party and p.'igeant of the upper grades of the Conjrrcjv.'il lonnl , Church Kundny School will be held thin evcninj; ut 7 o'clock in Ihts • parish house. Ouc.sts at the party will include parents of the children. This afternoon the Oirl Scout Brownies will hold their annual party in St Michael's Parish house. The party is scheduled for 3 o'clock. Kellowcraft Elmer Edler, president of the Nauiratuck Fellowcraft Association announces the annual Chrliitma'i party of the association will be held tonight at 8 o'clock in Muson- Ic Temple. DurinR a short business meeting, plans will be discussed for a New Year's Eve celebration, Pond Hill The children's Christmas parly of (he Pond Hill Community Club will be held thin evening nt tha club home. Adults a-ttendlni; urn asked to bring 2C-cerit gifts ft,r VFVV Auxiliary I The auxiliary of Crusader Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will .itago Its annual Christmns pnrry | for children tonight nt X o'clock m the post home. Members of the post, and auxiliary lire Invited Id bring their children. The Altai'! Society of St. Mary s Church will have its annufil party for children this afternoon at 3.C'/! o'clock In this church hall. There will be Rifts »nd rnfreHments fur the youngsters. ReHldeuta of the Southbury ,Lutheran Home will be entertained at a party in the home thin evening by members of Immaniu;! Ijiitheran Church. Cars will ieu-'e thu churcd nt 1 o'clock and those needing transportation are nske'l t.'» call 3'193. Those plannini*; to attend are caked to bring gifts' Beacon Falls (Continued from One) "i Heard the Bells on ChriHlrn.is Dny," -.Robert Carlson; ''Shni i-i^ ChrlBlmnn." Mnrlhn Ri-ltwr; ir.vl 'Like the Candle,," Shuri-Ann Va- lols. Presentations of Mrs. MilLon Smith's cliiDn: "The Feel of Chi-lfi- rna»." Lorettit Perkins; "M, r Stocking," Beatrice Woostcr; "A Little Child," Nancy Simpson; • '.My •Jin." DorlH Wood; ''The Creche' Donald Sullivan; "Murk the HnrnM Angels," whole class. WnU«r Carlson K"ve the ntorj of thn euro), "O Ultli! Town Of Bnthlohfim." Ml*d Mildred Slmpnon'8 cln*M Pike; Carol Ruth lKtmin TV/ i prenenf flt ions included: Mthts I he Heart." Juan •AVIint Chri.stmaM Mcanqi" Siirnbnrshi; "The, Doorwny," Murii- Oeinrkr; 'The Chrl {••(.It-it. •'Marilyn SimpsoU; Stars." Judy Eklund; "The Chrint- inuH Wish," Dorothy ForKUHon tu.d Eileen Tonhiick; and "Chrlntm •> Prophecy." Marilyn Carlson. Thn Angel Chorus included ti, embers of Miss Margaret Clark'c ?:lua«; Mary. Joun Tucker; Jo»<:pM, Norman Miller; Angels. Joan lia- chinaky, Barbara Dumschott, Mari- etln Griffith. Mary Jane Oemd.**-. Marjorle wooHier, Harriet C»mp- bcll Linda Eklund. Jan Jeopard. I'hyllln Bnmbrirnkl. The utory i.f "Hllent Nlj;l)t" wiui (five" by Jai.k'," i<«pler, and of 'Joy To the. WonJ" l»y David Ouffle. Santa Clans Is .shown us he spoke to the more than ,!,!',00 who Haw him land In his heillcoptfr In Nauffatuck taut week. Suntii Bpoki** through a PA ttyntttin ln»fa!l -d by Rny Currier. In thn truck with Santa IH ,lo»«ph I'. Oeriahue, manuRlng; editor of Tim News, sponsors of Hi« landing. Salem School (Continued from Page One) Str.-lce.'t. KrnnrpH Ma.rlun», Simle Toihei-t, (Miiry Ann Nolan, Knron CnrlMon, Judy Drjej^nn, Ai-lfne Nel- F.on, I>uis Swiinwm, Oayle Anderson, Vtildnc. Jones, Pynthla Ki-am.r.etz, C:;rnl AnUerscn n.ntl Jnnot Davicr Alinc Ifanson, Jrnn , Nolson, sn- pranns. j KlerulM Hurpett, Patricln A.ruler- I son, Mrircln M':t-ll«:ncyer, Carol rtuMtafson. C'aroJcann ,Iiy, Lois Mamm, Rlli-n Pnii'terlc, Ann Clill- ("ideM. truth '.;!«. «r. firocc F.-ilr- ihlld, .l-.-fin C<i'!, K'alnr' Lundin, Dunn Murnnn, Tricia Hale, Jonr.a Snnil'."r«, Shirlev l-fupprlch, Tjinda Ttoemer, Ann Mattiliett. Gail Mo Viear, C-irolc Jones and Phyllis Hermomi.t. Altos. Hoffr Anderson Mnnunl Ollv- olra, Ei-uce Rrtckson, Frederic Pct- M-snn, Russell Johnson. I^onnart Peterson, Donald Triano, DoiiKlas Olon. Alan irer-monrit, Tommy bee, Uolicrt Manloy, Julln Hen-ri- qucs, Jiitimle Anderson, Richard Glendennintr, Donald Kadwlch, for thn home's pantry shower and refreshments. Wednesday evening nt 7 o'nlfjf;k I In; adull and High School clio'rs and the Pllgt-lm Fellowship of the grewitional Church will meet at the church nnd will then tour the borough to sinj; Christ rriu.i Carols a I. the homes of »liut-!n [.arishionRrs. Thni-KdMy nftertioon al" 1:15 o'clock a ClirlstmitH play of ilf) pupils ot St. Francis' School will i-e presented for all pupils of th,! .'K-hrjnl and their parents. After trie |;iay, San In will dlatrlhtito Klfl.H to tin: children. Troop 22 Troop 22, r;irl Rfoiii.s. reeeni.ly held a party at the CunKntKiitlo parish house, wilh members of Troop 34 (in KtieHis. Htjuare dani-imc was conducted by Mrs. PhlliiJ Hice rinrl refrcshmenlH we.-'! served. Howtesaes were Frances Viclrn. Judy Foluy, Katherlne K'-> sano and Grace Talbot. The party ended with a pood nl|?hl circle. The l.v.'o troops were nmong tho Gi'l Scout. troo])M tuklti[( part In a re-cent Yule \ji% hunt at Camp Wo- i.uapauset. 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IBric 3waf>| Do:iald McCiinn, William Buran- ausktisi,, Walter Andrews, EWxsrt JoneH and Peter Normand, 'imsen Thu eiholr wan ln«trueliMl by Mins Hury Foley and Mlna Helen Soko- tosk'l, nevojith and ciirhth ijr'ade toachera of music. The presentation will be under the direction of Jesnc F. Davis, supervisor of mu»ic in pviblic swhoolK, Art I'niK'lx The ,irt panels deiplelinf,' the Na- llvity were de.flKned and -f>:i\n(cd by (ii.s'lit Ri-ade Htudent.M, i/uper- viued by Mrs. Edwin C. ^Miller, rll- j-ector of art In the elementary unwleH, and will form t'hc background for the choir. All classrooms may be viaited, Misa Moroney said, so that Christmas work prepared by the Htud«nt« under the m'ldancc of their teaches r.s may be viewed. A social hour will follow the formal program* and refrnrfhrni-nlH will be served by the ulrls of the home ecpnomlca claHses, aupov- viaed by Misa Eleanor Broadrick. Beacon Falls .TvidRu nnd MI-PI., Kdwurd Bna cn- tei-tainod ut two birthday parties ovor the -wcok-und. Saturday afternoon tho gunnt of honor was their daughter! Pi'lscilln, who was eight years old. Linda whoHe llth birthday was yesterday, •vas honored at the second party. Guests at both parties included •he gtitiHtif of honor, their parents, Mr. and MTB. Ralph Cl'ilrltroe; Ronald, Robert and Chester Oeida. '-Inila's godmother, Miss Mary Hencomnn, nil of Beacon Falls. 4l8.-> Carol Kolakowitkl, Robert. Carol and Matty Kurbowlcz, and Mr. ttnd Mrs, Matty Kurbowlcz, of Naugatuck. i Decorations were In the holiday theme, and tho entertainment in- eluded carol singing. GOITER TREATMENT Chicago—An extract for treating goiter IB oblulnod from tho thyroid glands of.animals shiUBhtared for meat. CHRISTMAS IDEM ^Dome&tic SEWMACH.INE FREE BOOK •101 Way i to Save on You r Sewing Machin*". Stop in, 0«t your copy today. Easy terms—low down payment on this beautiful gift! 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