Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on April 4, 1951 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, April 4, 1951
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College Students Of fared One Chance In Draft Defer Test ' Washingtph, v April 3 —(UP)— | Draft-age college students will have j only one chance to pass the new test for determent froin military service. , ••>.-., . If they; fail .to inake qualifying scores, they are likely to find themselves leaving the. classroom and headed for the iriduption center. *This was revealed in an information bulletin being sent'to state draft directors by Selective Service Director . Lewis B.. .Hershey. The bulletin- contains;.-general.; information on the examination which was announced last week, plus new detailed procedure on,, how students may apply, .to," take'the test. The bulletin also lists the 1,000 places where, the educational testing service •• will .give the. examinations, and contains 30 sample questions that students are likely to encounter. Hershey's bulletin said "the test presupposes no schooling beyond the ordinary high school preparation for. college." However, it contains questions involving algebra ;and geometry and requires a working vocabulary .including such words as "esoteric," "immolate," and "machinate." The student will have' a choice of five answers for, each question. The Selective Service- information bulletin, gave one helpful hint to NEW DRWER^TESTING {hose who are not sure of the right one: guess. The educational testing service will give the test on May 26, June 16 and June 30. Under present plans, only draft registrants who already have started college may take the examination. Hershey's bulletin said anyone who wants to try for a scholastic deferment must apply to his local draft board—the sooner the better. He will be "required to fill out dual Selectice Service form numbers 106 and 107 stating, among other things, where he would like to take the examination and on which of the three specified dates. Half of the application form will be returned to the registrant telling him when and where to appear for the test. He must present the card when appearing to take the examination. Realty Transactions The following papers have been led . for record in the office of own Clerk' Raymond J. St. John: Warranty Deed James T. and Raphael H. Patteron to Wallace T. and Margaret F. axton, and 'Patsy L. and Aurelia D. Spino, property on North Main treet. Mortgage Deeds Wallace T. and Margaret P. Saxon, and Patsy L. and Aurelia D. ipino, to Naugatuck Savings Bank, iroperty on North Main street. Warren T. Doolittle to Nauga- uck Savings Bank, .property on ew Haven road. Antoinette Watkins to Naugatuck Savings Bank, property on John- ion street. • Mortgage Release Naugatuck Building and Loan association to Irene S. Kline. SEE US FOR YOUR GARDENING SUPPLIES FERTILIZER LIME SEED LIME The Aetna Bolometer, which was unveiled Tuesday by the, AetnaCasualty_and Surety Compan, 2 Elderly Sister* :*" • Found In Rubbish .oaded Apartment ] (By United Press). '.,•"•-, , Horrified authorities reveal'. that wo elderly sisters have been liv- ng in a trash-littered, vermin-infested three room apartment at Hartford > for seven years. During hat time, officials say, the two sis- ers kept their apartment at Dutch D oint Colony barricaded from visi- ors and neighbors. The situation was brought to ight when a doctor' was called to treat one of the. sisters for a fractured and badly-infected leg which she. had broken two weeks earlier. The two sisters are identified as 64-year-old Miss Frances Shaw and Mrs. Katherine Elevens, about 70 Both were taken to McCook hospital. ','..*. Miss Shaw was .undergoing treat ment for a leg condition that doc tors said was gangrenous. Her sis ter undergo a mental ex amination. Officials ;aald..that. about 15 cats added to the squalid living condi tions found in the apartment. Th sisters were charges of the Ol< Age Assistance division of the Stat Welfare department. Patterson Writes PIU>BATE NOTICE Djbti ict 01 tNaugatucki bs. J?rrob«ite !ourt, March- 38" .1951. „ , _ Estate of Arthur Dunn." late ol Nau- aluck. In said District deceased. _Thn Court • ol-Prtobale- tor the Dis- rict ol Naugatuck hath, limited and slowed six months trom-date-.hereof lor he creditors ol said estate to cx- Ibit their claims lor settlement. Those vho neglect to pres'ent their'accounts, properly attested,' within said time, will be debarred a recovery. All per- ons indebted,.to3said Estate are re- mesied to make iminediate payment to PEARL, DUNN 37 Dunn Ave. , Naugatuck. Conn. " -•• ' Administratrix. NArrOATBCK NEWS'(CONN.); WEDNESDAY, Ark 4, I9S1—PAGE 7 > ORDER i At a Court ol Probate held at Naugatuck, In and' lor the District ol Nau- eatuek on the 3rd day ol April, 1951. Present: Raymond M. Shea, Judge. Estate ol Edward P. Baummer. late ui Naugatuck, in said District, deceased. Edward F. Baummer. Jr., Ao- mlnlstralor. on said Estate, having mde written application to this Court for the appointment pi Commissioners as by said; application on file more lully appears ; U is " , OKDEREIX That said application be lieai-d and determined at a Court ol Probate to be held at Naugatuck, in tlie Town oi Naugatucli, in said District, on the 13th day sol April. 19B1 at 3 o'clock In tne afternoon; and that public notice 01 the pendency ol said application, and the time and place ol heariing thereon, be given by publishing this or-der three- times in some newspaper Waving a' circulation in said Distict, at least five days belore said y' assigned. . .v '•;!' ANN R. UNDERBILL,. •;.. .. -\- '...-. ' Clerk. DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS The Democratic Electors of the First.Ward of the Borough of Naugatuck are requested to-meet In Caucus In the Naugatuck High school auditorium. The Democratic Electors of the Second Ward are requested-to meet in Caucus at Charlie's Restaurant, formerly Tano's Restaurant, South Main street. The Democratic Electors of the Third Ward are requested to meet in Caucus in White-Eagle Reataur-? ant, Bridge street, Union City. All three caucuses will be held on Wednesday, April 4. 1951, at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of electing a ward commltteeman and notni- |nating- a candidate for burgess in each ward, also to elect seven delegates and two' alternates to a convention to be held in the Borough Court Room,' Thursday, April 5, 1951, at 8 o'clock, to nominate candidates for the off ices of Warden, Town Clerk/Tax Collector, Treasurer, Registrar of Voting, Board of Education, Selectmen and Bailiffs to be voted upon at the Borough Election on Monday, May 7,' 1951, and any other business proper to come before said convention. J, FRANCIS CULUBN, . Chairman, . Democratic Town Committee. INC, Maple St. — Tel. 8507 of"the"c^nnefe«out Highway Safety Commission; and Stanley E. Withe, manager of the Aetna's public education department. •- . Democrats Take New Hold On Chicago In VictoryOf Kennelly (By United Press) -The Democrats, who have controlled .the nation's No. Vctty for 20 years, have a new lease on Chicago. . . : Mayor Martin Kennelly came out on top in yesterday's race *ith Republican Robert Hunter.' When most of ballots were tallied in' the Windy City's ,4300 precincts,.,Hunter conceded the electron. At the time,.-Kennelly held an-, edge over, •Hunter by "ainTOSe-Iot^WEPvotes: Indications were that only about Merchant Mariners Seek Vet Benefits From State Govt. Hartford, April " 4— (UP)—Members of the Merchant ..Marine who served in World War II think they are entitled to benefits i which the slate bestows upon former members of the armed., services. The Mariners.turned out in force at a legislative hearing yesterday afternoon to-' demand that they be given a state bonus job preference, a thousand-dollar tax exemption and'other benefits. One'" speaker—Julian " Eerg at Bristol—said the Merchant Marine Capitol'this.; afternoon. They think the. governor should be required to include a marine on his staff. VICTIM IS HOUSE (By United-Press) A house was the victim of a. hit- run motoristtat Meriden last night. The car raced up an embankment on-Broad street, slammed into the front porch of a dwelling, rolled back on the highway and sped away. ' , Amazed* eyewitnesses failed to get the registration number. Price Rollbacks Representative James T. Fatter-: son has written 1 a letter to Economic Stabilizer Eric A. Johnston,! concerning the .recently isstled; regulation by the- Economic- Stabilization Agency,. -which rolled back the price of manufactured products to June 25, 1950,'with partial cost adjustments. • •" •• v The representative says that there is a sincere desire on the part of officials in,:the federal government to halt-the-rising tide of inflation, and that the task of determining a feasible-' '-method- of rolling back prices (J a grave one. He says, "Belated ^action always results in . individual hardship to a greater degree than would have been the case had sincere' stabilization efforts been made, earlier.' 'Old at 40,50,60?' — Man, You're Forget your agel Thousands are peppy At 70. Trj "pepping up" with Ostrex, CoutiUnu tonic for weak, runaown feeling due. solely to body's luck ot trot which many men and women call "old." Try Ostrt) Tonic Tablets tor pep, vkn, vigor, youn this very .day. 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