PAGE »—NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.). FRIDAY, FEB. 7, 1947 Signing Of Primary Lists To Terminate At Session Today . Registrars of voters nro .sitting for the last limp today to receive application for primary lists from noon to 9 o'clock tonight in the court room of the town hall, At last week's meeting no applications were received, but It .is expected at Icnst 300 Prom the third word solicited by Barges!) Creslo Klimaszwski (D) will be filed toduy. Only those whose names appear on the primary lists may participate in party caucuncs . prior to th« May elections, Judge Dismisses Indictment Hartford, Fob. 7—(UP)— A federal Judge tins dismissed an indictment against Hcndryk Valontlnr P.»s7,kn of Brooklyn, New York, who had been .found guilty by a jury or robbing two South Nor- waik bnnk messenger* eight ye.irs ago. After the Jury returned ita guilty vfcrdlct, counsel for Re.izga filed a motion to set it aside one! grant a new trial. Judge J. Jo.seph Smith went further thanthat—dinmiMHing tho cnse fntirnlv on grounds that identifying evidence wan "Spec" Shea fContlniit-cl [''rnrii Pugc Oni'> hurg, Feb. 20. "I know wliai they r.an do," Harris explained. Stars •Included on thn roster of thu at rial contingent, however, aro .such rcnownt-d .stars as Joo Di- Magglo, Charley Keller, Tomrry Henrich, Georgf Stirnwoiss, Bill .fohnson a-»id Aaron Robinson. •-Harris was optimistic over hospital reports on DIMuggio. who un- ilfrwent an operation recently for the removal of a bone spur from lib; right h**-l, The Bombers will play 1.1 «iimes in the three countries before arriving back in Florida. March 11. After a five game exhibition schedule at San Juan, Puerto Rico, there will bo six games at Caracas—the lii.xt three with the Brooklyn Dodg- prs --and three, also with th>; Dodgers, at Havana. SL'M.MKH .SCHOOL The University of Connecticut plans to have two susxions of sum- rnfr school this year, Tho first *«-sslon will opfin June Kith and will be primarily for undcrgrndu- itt^s. The second session-—which will start Juno 30th--fs for gradu- j nte and ndvnncod stuclpnt. 1 ;, i San Diego To Hold Gliding Contest Granted Continuance In Waterbury Court Misak KallnJIan, 67, 284 North 1 Main .st'roet, chirgcd with viola- Son Die-fro —(UP)— San Dicfro is tlon of the rulod of the road, had out fo regain it* lame as n soarir.fr his case continued .to Feb. 21 by center, with hope,* of having the Judge John L. Gaffnoy In Watcr- itlo of "the motoriuss flying cu.pl-. bury city court this morning. The tal of America. ' Naugatuck man wag, .notified '-' To further this objective, the junior chamber ciC commerce nnd the Associated Glider Clubs of Southern California will sponsor fol- In Water- the first midwinter west coast soaring championships here Feb. 1 and 2. | Glider tv n t nus jast3 recalled -thnt thuw rlcl's first glider flights .were made in San Diego County by John J, Montgomery in 1883, Also, In the' iwly 1930's, many world's soaring rccordi) were set hone by Hawley Bowus, J:\ck Baa-slow and Col. and Mr.s. Charles A.. Lindbergh. A for- mor San Dlesvin. John Robinson, now is MIC national'soaring oham- pian, Six events arc planned—altitude, duration, distance, spot lund i.ig, spo» landing over a 'hurdle, and bomb drop. Any records will be officially certified. Dog Plays Piano When He Wants Food Ai'dmorc, Okla. —(L'P)— The \V'oo<li'OW Andersons have a cnnine musical genius in Topper, their -cfwluil Boston bulldog. Topper has learned the best way In K" ! fed quickly is to jump onto llic piano x-tool, phifn his front (>nws on I ho keys und malcn sonic i.H* 1 -. Tin- only catch to this genius bu.sim.-s:: is thut uocusionully Top- l-cr ),'et..s hunjrry in Hie middle of lh« night, and the Andersons are awakened by a furious plink- plank-plunk. It keeps up until one of thnm gets up and feeds the liog. man lowing a slight accident bury last Wednesday. James Woodward, 00, Beacon charged with -violation of! parking laws, forfeited bond of $6. Revenue-Raising Hartford, Feb. 7— (U)P—Sever.at bills carylng out rcvpnue-ralsinR- recommenda't.lons of the governo'r's budget mesago. .'have, bpen Introduced In the legislature. One suggests raising the .tax on liquor from $1 to $1.50 a gallon. Another propoeu.s a one pci' cent increase In the corporation tux. The tax now la two'..por con*. GOVERNOR AWAY Hartford, Feb. 7—(UP)—Governor McCona'ugay Is away from Connecticut today—attending a meet- Ing of the board- of trustees of Vjissnr college. Lieutenant-Gove) 1 nor James C. Shannon' is occupying t!if> gubernatorial chair In his absence DK. REIDY At Winsted, death has taken Dr. Maurice J. Reldy, chief of the staff of the Lltchfleld County hoe-, pital. Dr. Reldy died at the 'age of 62 after a'long Illness. . Warren G. Harding was the only president to visit Alaska din-inn hli: term of office. He made ithe Journey in 1«23, shortly before his Heath. For Second Class Three .Boy Scouts of Troop 7 haVB be.en recommended for awards a» second class scouts by the ' troop board of ' review. The scouts 'honored are: Alfred Mala, John Shuniack, and 'Richard Lawrence. Members of the board of review are: Francis' Cleric, chairman, Arthur Fager and Philip Wnlke'K APPOINTED The University of Connecticut announces a new appointment. John J. Cr'onfn, dean of the School of Social Work at the University, of Louisville, has accepted a similar post at the University's social work school In Hartford. ' Stolen Car In Beacon Falls A car reported stolen In Waterbury at 1:15 a. m. today -wag found j wrecked and abandoned on the Naugatuck-Boacon Falls' road late this morning by Countable Leon Campbell of Beacon Palls, The II- cense plate* of the car had been changed. The vehicle wa.s reported owned by Frank Marchlau, 03 Bridge street, Waterbury. s~ —~~ 4 TO APPEAL A New Haven man has lost one round In his fight to avoid the electric chair. Superior Court Judge Kenneth Wynne has refused to net aside first degree murder verdict against Robert Bradley, -The case will be appealed to the State Supreme court. ' There is one unit of heavy hy- dropen in every B,000 units of the Ordinary kind. Great Salt Lake of Utah was discovered in 1824 by James Bridger, and soon after pioneer trading posts were erected upon its shoros. Penn State Achieves Record Enrollment State College, Pa. —(UP)— The prccedcntcd growth of Pennsylvania Stale College In 1940 has boosted It to the tenth largest Institution of 'higher learning in the country. The present registration of 10,528 students represents a growth of 83 percent In 15 years, college officials reported. There are 7,064 otudenlH on the main campus, 1,000 more than the previous on-campu» record enrollment. H.TIWO A GlHRtonbury «t«w«Hm,. k . survived a plan* crash ,'hi the pilot and co-pilot w»r» rciUHCa to give up flyinz Helen Frle) M yi *h« wtit to flight duty February l| turned down an offer of' duty. Mlu Frlol hat PLANS HKAKINGS WuRhlngUm—The IIouw* way* nnd means committee h»K votad to begin IwurlngM on Individual lnoom<> tax reductions oil Fch- rtiiiry lilth. ttA week* In a hoapltal recus-Li from shock and minor Injury * TRY NKWS WANT ADR LAUDISPS PASTRY SHOP One Hill Ht Cor. Jin Walerbury Specialising In Quality Baked luiiaii Pastry ft Special Order* Taken tor Wedding & Holiday Cakct Open Dally 8 A. M. to 8 P v Sundays 8 A. M. to 2 p. }|-' .. Phone WHtcrhury S-TtU ' Gas Strike Starts Oil Boom In Utah Vc-rnal, Utah "--(OP)— The oil wrfll jittpr.s- -.-i hii;h stfite of uxppc- tuncy---haa hit I ho Ulntnh T3a«in. The excitcmpnt started \vlicn a big drilling outfit struck a huge flow of gas-—5-1.000.000 cubic feet cvpi-y 2-1 hours, or enough to supply .the city of Los Angeles. Within 24 hours nftor the gas wax struck, 3G addition;!) oil men arrived in the Uintnh Basin, almost every square mile of which tins bcon charged by criiws of seismograph men during- the past 18 months. So far, all the land that can or leased by oil men and oth- >;rs hn« brn-n grabbed up — even ncn; nnd hnlf-aci-o --.racts. Ready For Subways Our Diamonds Part of the rehabilitation course for disabled veterans at the Vctcr- »nu Adnu'iiiitratioii'a New York City Regional Office includes full stale models pi' subways, turnstiles, and truffle lights. James Cohen, double amputee from Brooklyn, libro negotiates the facsimile subway exit and shortly afterward was released to renew his ;icqu;iintnnce with the real thins. for color, V 7Ouv ju»r&nt«« of Loiut iia« quaJity V y«u> mmmiu»aj» mt WILLIAM SCHPERO ixo ciimccii ST. N»UK»tl)ek. Conn. A GRAND "RECOVERY" for an Ailing Living Room GRll-'I 1 'IN Uript your siille to the Irunie nnd Completely rebuilds It like new. • OKIFKI.V i«l<N new mid flllliiK; pl<-i-<>.H rentyli-d; woodwork rrflnNlu-d. All work done by r.xpcrl crufts- incn In our xhup. IN has hard - to - get UipeHtrlpM nnd other fine qunlitv fiihrlcx. GKIl-'FIN offer-. F H K K pick-lip nnd ilcllvery. Knsy termit. 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