Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on April 4, 1951 · Page 5
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 5

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, April 4, 1951
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Board Favors (Continued From Page 1) South Main i; street-l . the auditoriumV of-the Central ave- • '''''' • ' - : '' - nue • school. ., ' • . -- • - • Argument* ; pro and con flashed ^ across the ^ table, and aftei , the motion was 'passed to authorize the warden to ee0k permission to use the- schools, ;Mr. .Cullen's finaJ remark, on the subject to 'the Republican side of the .'.board was, "You'll lose votes." : : H«nley Keappointed The board . Hanlcy a& dog warden, for a one- year term, and also granted-Rocco Labriola permission to hang a sign at 176 North' Mai a street, under the supervision of the street superintendent. .Madden Appointed George M. Johnaon, > 23 New street, was granted permission to connect a .cellar drain to.the storm sewer; : in the street. '.':'_ •'• ' • The warden was authorized to issue, a call for the , May 7, biennial election and annual freemen's meting A'.hat ntjrht, and Frank Madden was appointed voting machine custodian. "" Ten lots In Union City. Heights •were ,-sqld to ;Greorge McNamara, 163 Hoadley street, when his bid of $226 was accepted by the board. Mr. Klimaszewski objected to. open- Ing the one bid received as the Tesult b£ aavcctising .the lots for rale. Borough Clerk Charles F. Daly pointed, put that another bid had been received ,aftcr the March 21 deadline for:receipt of bids. : A request by 'George Kogut, former policeman, that . his disability pension be increase from its present $86 a. mdnth \yas referred to the p'olire committee and borough attorney. '''"." \ An 'application for renewal .of a Junk dealer's license by Abraham Click, 158 Day street, New Haven, was referred to the police chief, and an application for appointment as a supernumerary policeman from Robert E..Henricks, 170 Scott street, was accepted and placed on file. Upon recommendation of the tax collector, an" abatement of $17.43 in taxes .'was granted Stanley;, Kair- wicz; who went •into bankruptcy. It was. votedrtb install, .a' stop sign at the entrance of the Risdon Manufacturing Co., parking lot ou Arch street. . - Traffic Booth A communication was read from the, Union City Community club concerning the installation of a traffic booth in Union City.- Warden Carter reminded board members that plans had been,made for its establishment, but until objections have been cleared among residents and merchants in the area the plan has -been delayed. The borough clerk was authorized to send a letter to Mrs: George Bronson requesting that the sidewalk injjtront of Matthew's Market on Rubber avenue be corrected from it present hazardous condition. Union Postpones Regular Meeting The Executive Board announces that Local 45,. ,URW, will hold a regular meeting on Friday, April 13 at 8 o'clock in Union Headquarters, Water street. The meeting was originally slated for Sunday, April 8, but has been postponed until the 13th.. At this time, election of delegates t.o the district .council, to be held May 19 and 20 in New Haven will The Beacon. 'Falls'. Community club will meet tonight in the club house at 8 o'clock. ;•. ',..'• • Receives Promotion Frank. W. .Semplenski, Jr., r son of First Selectman and Mrs. Frank Semplenski, Burton road, has been advanced , to the rank of private first class. Young Semplenski is with the aviation maintenance battalion, stationed Vat Camp Leonard Wood, Missouri. He is expected home on .furlough Saturday. , "'•_.._ ,' : \. be named BESCUE GIKIr McAlcster, Okla.—A posse has rescued a 16-year-old high school girt kidnapped Uist Sifnd-.v. T>«e posse found Jackie Parrls Jiud- dled by a campfire with her al- teged kidnaper, Robert PhilUps. Police have jailed Phillips, who is an ex-convict. NEW DRIVJi t {By United Press) To6yo—A. second American division sent -a task force four miles into North, Korea today, on the right flank of a 15-mile- wiile bridgehead set up across the 38th parallel yesterday. An eighth Army communique says the new drive ran into, heavy enemy fire which faded out as the task force continued its advance. It is headed \ip a road northeast of Seoul toward the big enemy base of Kuimvlia, which is the rallying point for an estimated half- u-millioii Reds. Beacon Falls (Continued Srorn Paga i) Meetings -Tonight ••-'• The Sewer Authority Will imeet this -evening ' at 8 'o'clock , in . the town hall. <:"' v' • •• At 7:30 o'clock this evening, the Board of Selectmen will be in session in the town hall. Democrats Face (Continued From Page 1) the- Millville \district registered -to the police department but not in the fire house. Police notified tJ?e' firemen who responded at 9:^5 o'clock to . the home of Joseph Monahan, 2i3 Millville avenue, where a short circuit m a ligfit socket caused slight damage Three trucks went to the scene ( Captain Phillips said that tne fife' alarm system is still in working order and alarms will register in the fire house. The work of Mr. Durkin is expected to be finished this afternoon. alternates as Frank Zdrodowski and Thomas Connelly. / ' The slate of delegates to be en- :ered in the "hird ward contest by Mr. Staskiewicz'includes .himself, John Dillon, Walter Kosloski, Edward Nolan, Thomas. Lompart, Joseph Thomas, Robert Kosloslty, with alternates being Joseph Ka'ckowski and Peter White.' ' ; . ,'.;., Mr. Rado has announced his slate as including himself, William Fernandes, George T. Froehlsch, Adam Mengacci, Michael Nolan, Rocco Mnriano and Ruth Hare, with alternates Antoinette Zuearelli and John Gluss. ' '• The two slates in the first ward will be: Cullen 'sJlate,''*Mr. ' Cullen, Joseph L. Dinneny, Daniel J. Callahan, Francis.'.' V. Curtin, -Francis Burns, Peter F. Meegan, 'John. E. Ash, with alternates Cyril Tuohy and Raymond De'egan; Jankowski slate, Mr. Jankowski,. Pefer, Klukis, James Fernandez, George Hansleit, John Bickcrdike, 'Jake Marian^, Rayrmond Mengacci, with- Joseph Paplauskas and Edward Urashka as alternates. - In 1950, 9,400 pedestrians killed in the United. States. Fire Alarm System Disrupted; Sounded ,v H '•'• .'"-. " *• -1 Only In Police Dept Fire Captain John Phillips reported 'this morning that Joseph Durkin, superintendent ' of fire alarms in Naugatuck, is repairing the borough fire alarm system According to the captain, the recent rainfall apparently caused a disruption of some Circuits. Last night a box alarm from Lions Club Meets Tomorrow flight A regular meeting of the tuck Lions'Club will: be held,.Thursday night at 6:15 o'clock in Hail's Restaurant, President Mariq. Sch)a- roli announced today. '" Meetings G>f the new club have been well attended: Plans are being made for chrater night this month. Labor Institute Clasps Postponed The woekly meeting ,of the Labor Institute, slated held this evening in Union Headquarters, Water street, has been postponed until next Wednesday night, the Rev. Stanley Hastillo of St. Hedwig's church, has announced. The session has been postponed due to the Democratic caucus meetings. Androphy's Has EMERSON 17-INCH RECTANGULAR CONSOLE TELEVISION MODEL 687 Value that challenges all comparison! Unequalled performance in ill reception treat with exclusive EOKISOQ Long-Distance Circuit ... Built'Ifl Anceooa.., MiracV Picture Lock ...Simplimatic Tuning... FulTScreen Foou .. ."Black Magic" Contrast All of these ity fearufes and more, combined in 'a custom mahogany veneer cabinet with matching doors to complement the beauty o( any room setting. THE WORLD' CLEAREST TV FIGURES! TN£tt IXCLUStVC IMtRSON flAWUM Budget Requests (Continued From Page 1) n general expense, $400 for advertising. Taxation- $150 decrease in tax maps; JSO increase in property tax rate book; $100 increase in, miscellaneous. Although no proposed 'figures are shown foi vital statistics, the total recommended appropriation shows an increase of $170 over that of last year. Additional Police . Public safety, police. $6,389.84 -increase \n regular police to provide for two additional patrolmen, $1,000 increase for supernumerary police; $150 increase for special-private duty, $250 decrease in repairs and maintenance to signal system, $100 increase in firearms, badges, etc ; $100 increase in clothing-uniforms. ,/Ffre Radio ' ' Public safety, fire: $10 increase in electricity and gas, $1 increase in liability and fire insurance', $200 increase in fire -hose; $500 increase in repairs and maintenance of building; $1,800 for oil burner-boiler for firehouse; $50-'' increase in laundry; $50 increase in uniforms; $50 increase for miscellaneous; $100 decrease f or; w dorniitpVy furniture; $25 increase'^ for postage" aiyl printing; $50 increase. for: telephones; $50 increase lor medicil;' $500 '-•• crease for substitute firemen: $23 increase for ' $2,825 for four more hydrants; $95 for one two-way radio unit. .. : ' School -, The school department 'budge besides the $48,117 increase in sa: 'ary items, also calls .for $50 in crease in superintendent's expense $50 decrease in enumeration; $5 increase in other expenses of gen eral control; $2,000 decrease in sta Uonery and supplies used in in structioa; $500 decrease in water light, power, ancl gas; $500 increas in fuel; $500 increase, in jariitoro supplies, phone, cartage, .etc.; $9,5« increase in repairs to school plant J3.500 increase in insurance; $2,OCK increase in replacement of, equip ment and new equipment; $500 de crease in school libraries; $6,20 increase in transportation of pu pils; $45 increase in auxiliary; mis cellaneous, including assistance athletic programs: Public Health nursing unde health and sanitation budget; $10 increase in -salary of clerk-; $10 increase in supplies; $2,250'increas in automobiles item; $140 for mis cellaneous,' -• '- • Under health budget, $100 in crease in garbage collection, and $100 for dead animal burials Public welfare: $51 increase in fuel at Meadowbrook Home, anc $772.20 for -insurance,at the home Public, works: $50 decrease in light, heat and - water at yard Uuilding; $500 increase for equip ment repairs;: $250 .decrease in re placement of-.'tools';.. $800 decreasi m capital outlay for autos and trucks; $200 increase in railings materials; $200 increase in jay line painting; $100 increase in traffic signs installation; $900 increase in storm sewers construction payrolls 5BOO increase in storm sewer ma- tenals; $400 decrease in storm sewer equipment rental a.nd labor- $200 increase in maintenance of sewers materials; $2#iHrIncrease in off or power •MIMON 17.INCH MCMNOUlAft CONSO1I KIE. 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Other -pension items are- George* Kogut, $1,032; Walter Lys- So CZ ' T$ " 88; ^ ma » Lamphara, M.,duu, John ; Reaving, $1,20324- James Grant, $1,340.16; John Ste' venson, $720;. Agnes Hoadley, SriOWEB Mrs. Walter, Anderson,;,Mrs. Idris R. Alderson, and Mrs. Gerald Fleming, were, among .the guests attending: a recent dinner and shower given in honor of Miss A. Julie Or-' smi, Waterbury, who. will be married to John ,J. Finley, Waterbury on April 14. The dinner was held in the Waterbury Business and Professional Women's club, with Miss Ofca Hanson ,and Mrs. William H, Root, Jh ; hostesses. ' See' Our New (DoHiplete SPRING STOCK 5345.95 . . LOW DOWN PAYMENTS . AS LOW AS $3.00 WEEKLY . Aoteona;.;Minrf. Ka&rMxk.V.SinpUmiiJC Tuning. u 1i,« jrKtful cum<l«>p cabiaa of «fcocd pin miift $299.95 - ... 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