Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on April 9, 1951 · Page 5
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Urges jW'Effort Against Eminent Domain, er Plan Of Bridgeport Firm Editor April d 1951 ??ewB. •• t&HSatuck does_not com- ix -—i. ?*»My,-,Jtii involvement in House Bill No, 892, , the,request of eminent domain,: by the Bridgeport Hydraulic Company, to .build a reservoir at Quaker Mantis', and to establish control over 10,240 acres of »nd in Oxford, Southbury, Middlebury ah'd'.Woodbury. This Includes - Lake Quassapaug which t» th« headquarters of ; Eight Mile Brook. ' •'.''' • ' ' •" • j The charter of the Bridgeport' Hydraulic ; Company states that if granted the right of eminent domain .they may take and'use such . lands,, springs, streams or ponds or such rights and interests therein as it may deem expedient or necessary for its corporate purposes" Last week, local newspapers car ried an advertisement paid for b the Bridgeport Hydraulic Compan : in which'they stated, that the over flow point of Lake Quassapau would be changed. What they "did .not say was that. this • would, b accomplished by pumping from th north end of the lake into a low swampy area which -, drains into Hop Brook. The natural .outlet ; 6f I the lake at its south end woul< then .be. closed of f,—the • water not being good .enough for Bridgeport but presumably good enough: for Naugatuck. ,•_ Just how much water would be MINT* BONUS „„„ HOUSE PAINT * ADDED IXTRA YEARS OF BEAUTY AND ".•:.V ; FOR YOUR HOME Byy tour Paint by Years and Square Feet...not Price per Gallon ; # toy$ to fotttie test ****** "**?* r • * lock$ Be * ter • • • l«»* W WATER ORES and SUPPLIES TEL. 7084 diverted into Hop Brook no one C'mi:' r>T A XT/^lnCJ .mows Or at least they, are not **-L'jC' WUAJNCJSS filling It is ho great tax upon —~~ " ~— he imagination- 'to visualize what he volume of water pouring out of he lake this past week would do to Hop Brook At flood level, or when the accumulation pf ice and snow is released- from the swamp area into which the overflow has been poured for an entire winter, there -are possibilities involved which Naugatuck would do well to consider. Houses and farms in the .Middlebury area stand in the way of being flooded out entirely and their disposal systems passed on to Naugatuck. It is not a pretty picture, but if H. B. 892 is passed, it could happen, contingent entirely upon how much water the Bridgeport HyIraulie: Company might. deem it accessary or expedient to its corporate purposes,to dispose of. Those in Naugatuck who know what it is .to struggle with the Nau- ;atuck River on rampage will not welcome the entire overflow of the second largest lake in the state added to their, problems of flood The towns of Oxford, Southbury xerted a tremendous and well or- anizcd effort to defeat this bill o be sure, their stake is a big one ut if they are' successful Nauga- uck will be free from a threat of injustice perpetrated by the right •of .eminent "domain in the hands of a private corporation. • At this eleventh hour theie is one contribution that the residents of Naugatuck -';<:ah make .to :the common cause. That-is'to attend the hearing of the Public- 'Utilities Committee and help fill the Hall if the House' to the same degree >f overflowing that the Bridgeport Hydraulic Company would fill Hop Brook. If victory is ours, .a decisive one may keep this bill from being presented again in the future. • _ At 2 o'clock tomorrow, April 10th, at Hartford, your presence in protest can help. .HAROLD Wi BROWN. Combined Meeting Of Two PTA Units A combined meeting of the Salem and' Central avenue schools Parent-- Teacher associations will be held Wednesday evening in the' Central avenue, school auditorium at 8 o'clock, Principal speaker will be Dr. Henry P. Talbot, state social hy- jiene chairman, .who also will ,how a film • Human Beginnings ' \H parents in the borough are in vited .to attend. By Galbraithl -I forgot to 'L1I a u. th ^JL aJrd th<) wife * ave ">e yesterday— and It «•birthday greetings tw me!" Local Church Plans Sacred Song Service A sacred song service will be presented at the Hillside -Covenant church Sunday afternoon at the 5 o'clock Vesper service by theChapel : Scho quartet, which . broadcasts Thursday nights over radio station WICC. The concert is being sponsored by the Ladies' auxiliary 'of the church for the benefit of the Covenant Women's auxiliary for missionary purposes. The public s invited to attend. 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Like the revolutionary new FirePower engine,' '' of 180 horsepower, which gives owners of ChrVstek^ Imperial and New Yorker cars the most powerful, rnoft^ " efficient, most all-around economical powerpilant in any car today! And Jike the amazing new ChrysSer Onflow^' shock *bi«ptbers;-,.which,give:.|Bvery new Clirysler £t* .riding ease.with twice the.shock-absorbtng power of *&*-& other car, at any price. And with all their newn^^'' they're built to standby youllike no car yotrcan'b^ •'" 455 North Main Church Mores St. Francis' There will .be a meeting of the Catholic .Youth ' Organization this evening .at ^..o'clock in the chapel The,:;junior?;: 'oh'oir v > will rehearse Wednesday evening at 6:45 o'clock in St. Cecelia's hall. A meeting of the mothers of eighth 'grade children in- St. Fran- pis' school with members of the Mothers club will be held tonight at. 8 o'clock in St. Cecelia's hall to make Plans fpr the annual card party' and social to- : be held April 23. •'-..., A first anniversary Mass will be celebrated Saturday morning at 7:80 o'clock for Owen Nolan. The CYO will conduct a dance Saturday evening from 8:30 to 11:30 o'clock in the school hall. St. Hedwig's A meeting of the Catholic Youth Organization will be held tonight at 7 o'clock, at which time religious instructions will be given boys and girls attending high school. A tech- nicolor flint entitled., "The Holy Sacrament of the Mass,' will be shown. Religious instructions for public school children will be held Thursday afternoon „ at 3 o'clock, and Saturday morning at 10 o'clock religious instructions will be given children preparing for their first Holy Communion. The class will be dismissed at 11 30 o'clock Tonight at ^ 30 o'clock a meeting wiir be held "by the Polish Roman Catholic Union society St. Mary's~ A requiem high Mass was celebrated this morning for Louis V Curran Tonight- at 6:45 o'clock a meeting, of the Catholic Youth Organization Study club will be held and at 7 30 o'clock novena devotions to Our Cady of the Miraculous Medal will be conducted. The^Altar society will hold a card, party Wednesday evening in'the church basement, with Mrs. Andrew McDermott as genera: chairman of the arrangements commit Funeral, Raymond Moraski The funeral of Raymond Moraski Hi of 176 York street, New Haven' Naugatuck native, was held this morning from the Fitzgerald Funeral Home, 240 North Main street, o Bt. Hedwig's church, where a ngh Mass of requiem" was cele- >rated by the'Rev. William Topor Urs. Teresa Soliwocki was organ- st and soloist. 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