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May 8, 1951

Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 8

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MAY 8, rough Man man, identified b/ ski, ,30, in Wa- --„-._ on Vaterbury and He' was ; by Detective •• vice squad .-.Michael J ...- -3. 'Bochicchio. 'W~""-w y^TU McCarthy ;said that baseball .ppoftacKeta. were t bund in «ie pocket .of the defendant. ; 1 ,, .. - The Hollywood Oscar award re- .?nains-:^The, second ) man ever to ;Wn - it .*,, gone, Vete'ran nim star Warner ., Baxter — who won the -Academy award in ; 1929 for his Cisco Kid. movie role-^died in his «leep )aat v , night The 58-year-old actor succumbed to bronchial pneu- Wonia in his. Beverly Hills, Calif. .•home following a long illness. -;; CORDEU. ilVIJL, ILL ./ .Former Secretary of State Cor- Oell Hullis deEcrtbed as being in .precarious condition" at Bethesda Maryland, Naval hospital. Doctors say the 79-year-old -statesman suffers from an acute respiratory in- tection -complicated' by a cardiac condition. .Hull was cHtically ill once before. He suffered a stroke te 1946 shortly after entering the ijfaval Mcdicaa.Cunter'ifor-'a check^> and rest. f' CARD OB THANKS >-' We .wfsh to express our sincore jnd heartfelt thanks to the many mends; relatives and neighbors ^ho by; their many acts of kind- •ncss, .floral tributes. .and expressions of syinpatli'y:'.did so much to make lighter the burden of grief yt our recent bereavement. j; .'"'.' The Borne Family. VENETIAN BUNDS Loboo VcncMon Blind '. "•.niilotrutmj Corp - 'f--2KO NORTH MAIN ST ' PHONE 3-722! BfcACKSTONK AUTOMATIC WASHERS 'I Immediate Delivery ^:; limited Quantity ' .. .;,">>' iEASy/.TEBMS - , 70 RIVERSIDE DRIVE NABGATCCK, CONN. Open fcvery ^Ight rrnq] .9 •• ' Day Mondays " Tel. 2818 All Republicans Win Bethany Off ices |f Two Democrats were voted into office along: with a full /slate, of Republicans in Bethany town elections yesterday. Two hundred and sixty-eight votes were cast, representing 39 per cent of the registered voters. ' "..'"> Elected to office wede: First Selectman, Wallace S. ;V.Saxtonr; second selectman, Ralph B.'j>owns; third selectman, Edward JH. Hin- maii; town clerk, Sidney .Svirsky; collector of taxes, Barbara Schikf; constajble, . George E.'' Howard; registrars of - voters, Stapley H. Downs and Robert H. Halpin. Halpin and Hiiunah are Dernocrate, the rest, Republicans. • - - • *< ] There were 1 .1- straight .Republican votes'cast, 33 straight-Democratic, the rest were split. .- : • . ' •* OVEHHEATED CHIMNEY ,t Firemen this morning; •'at 9;5Q o'clock extinguished a;;biaze;scaused by an overheated chimney on property owned by Marjoile Harden and Hazel Harting on New Haven road. The oil stove in the home of a man who lived alone over heated the chimney and caused slight damage to the walls of the 'structure. One truck answered the call and no injurit'i; were reported. « ; - -'. STIFF PENALTIES . '•;. New, Haven, May S—-(UP) : —Four men and one woman were given jail sentences.in Superior court to^ day after they pleaded) guilty tb pool selling charges. Judge Samuel Mellitz gave stiff sentences and fines to all five, who were arrested in a series of state arid local police raids. ; "' liEGlON MEETING "~, : A meeting of the American L-t gion.., Second District post and auxiliary wilr be hnld tomorroV evening at 8:30 o'clock in th'o Hamden Leg-ion post rooms at the corner of Dixwpil and Whitney avenues, Harnden. lAWLOR RFSIGNS' Waterbury, May 3 —(UP) -The internal .Revenue bureau's ."\Vater- niry'division chief is resigning af- .er four years. John R. tawjpr says IB plans to go into private business. Michael J. Ryle is acting as deputy collector.. '','. GARDEN TOOLS VALLEY GRAIN ;& -> : - SUPPLY'; /';J./ ..." .Water St. ; ... : . Opposite Freigh^ Station Tel. S687 Good Drivers Drive Safe Cars We will check the vital parts of your car; free. 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V '' - ' •• V " UNDERWEAR Crepes and Nylons By Seamprufe, Kayser Barbizon Slips ; 1.98 to 5.98 Gowns 2.98 to 12.98 Pajamas . 3.98 to 9.98 Cotton Gowns and Pajamas'. . . 2.98 up GLOVES Kayser and Wear Rite Nylons and Fabrics t to 2- 98 PURSES Plastic, Leather and Straws—including New Slimmer Whites . ,"- .... . 2.00 to 6:00 Wallets, Whites, Pastels $1 to $5 HANDKERCHIEFS 29c tO 1.50 Plain and Novelty Prints SILK SCARFS 1 tO 2.98 ' Gorgeous New Colorings CQSTUME JEWELRY by "Kara" New Summer Creations in Paris. Barrings, Necklaces, etc. 1 to $5.00 NYLON HOSIERY By Gotham Gold Stripe, Kayser Plain and Fancy Heels GIFT BOXES IF, YOU WISH UMBRELLAS 2.98 to 8.98 Including Popular Long • Handles- Folding Umbrellas up 191-199 CHURCH ST. ...STORE OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT UNTIL 8:45 NAUGATUCK, CONN.

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