Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 2, 1947 · Page 8
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 8

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, January 2, 1947
Page 8
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I*AGE a—NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.). THURSDAY. .IAN. 2. lOlfl First Fires, Accident Of New Year Reported Two Automobiles Threatened By Fire, Chief John Sheridan Reports One automobile accident wn.-i i'"- portfd in Naugutuclt ycMtprdiiy, jirat tiny of 1917. nnd u minor hln/.c in u car was th>< only flr>' report- i il i or ilu< holidiiy. The snoond blay.i: ',( the your, ocrurrlnf: today, wii.i »l;:o in nn uutomobile. Th>' first motor vehicle iiucldenl of the yetir wan ivported to the police department ut 1:20 yi-sterdny iiiorninp. An Independent C:il> Company tr.xi. driven by Herbert Fray, 23,". I'outh Main street, skidded on th- ioy road n.i it entered Rubber av- >nue from Andrew avenue, and collided with u cm 1 operated by Dan- Ifl Koonz, Luke Shore drive, Mid- dletjury. Police reported that the :,, r i(ldlrbury driver was proceeding «ist on Rubber avenue. Invusligri- tlnn was rntidv by Patrolman Frank Mariano, AM both drivers have agreed to a .settlement no arrest was made, police said. The New Year Day fire started under the d«:ih board of a car owned by John KllnowBki, Pros pi'«i Htreot, Union City. A tele phone call summoned the fire department at ,'j.Ti.l ». in. to Church street, scene of the bla'/.e. Klre Chief John Sheridan reported that the resulting damage wns slight and that the t'li-e was caused by a short circuit In wiring; under the dash panel. The second fire of IfHT occurred ut S o'clock thin morning In a car traveling on North Mnin street. Tin- ear, owned hv Harold M. Wheeler, Pfirrel road, Wuterbury, was not damaged, Fire Chief Sheridan reported. Alcohol overflowing from ihe radiator .spilled onto the hoi irngine and caused clouds of smoke ' but the fire department hud the j trouble under control before it set 1 - | ious fire could break out, Chief •<heridiin said. Church Services (Continued from Pairis Uno) in Congregational church with Ki'V. Puul W. Pnt.or.ion. pas!i-,i-, olll/llnijtinjr. A Wutc.'i Nijftw service was hi.'ld ;it 11:30 in Methodist church in eh.ii'Ki 1 uf Rev. T. Br.idlcy Long- stjiiT, It WUH preceded by a social by the Youth Fellowship which started »t 3:30. Rev. O. H. Bertram, .pastor of St. PH ill's Evangelical Lutheran church, conductfid a midnight •ivrvici) which sUirr.pd al 11:30 and was featured by a special chrtra.1 program. A Holy Communion service wax hold New Year's morning ;it 9 in St. Michael's church with Rev. Wini'.-ec! B. I,anghor?t, rector, of- Snow, Sleet (Continue- 1 , from Page One) the Street Department this afternoon. To enable the crews to clear the .snow properly police will place "no parking" signs on the motors. The weather man predicts a light freezing drixzle tonight. Friday, freezing rain changing to rair. and ending at night. SALE ON LADIES' HATS 1*4 to 1-2 OFF $1, $2, $3, «4, $5, Values to $10.00 Lawrence Duryee To Address Local Woman's Club J.awrence Duryee, -who is engaged in industrial electric power appli- j cations and developments for the Connecticut Light & Power Co., will be guest speaker Monday afternoon, Jan. 6 at the regular monthly meeting of the Naugatuck Woman's club at 3 o'cloif. in the American Legion Memorial Homo. 2j Cec.''-ir street. The program, in charge of the Literature and Drama,tic Art de.- purtment of which Mrs. Hysell Brooks is chairman, will be pro- tionted by MTH. Albert Holmberff, program chairman. Mr. Duryee, ' who graduated in electrical engineering from Stanford university, California, taught industrial electronics during 1 fine four-ye'jr war period in Yale university's engineering, science und management war training program, . • He has been addressing local organ iantions on the general subject of "One World or None," and wil! ;.-peak 10 die Woman's club on the topic, "The Atom and You." During the business session at wnich Mrs. George Carroll, president, will be in charge, a nominating committee will be appointed to select a sV-.te of three officers to lj« elected at' the first meeting in ." The offices are being va- OJtecl by Mrs. Armstrong Durc, recording secretary; Mrs. John O'Donnell, corresponding lary: Mrs. Cliester Garvin urer 'Camera-Shotgun' In Death Plot Hero'H a cloNUiip of the "camera."-*hot)fiin which floured In a unl<|iir shooting In ji Times Squims New York, subway Mullen. A chare* nl pellet* from tin- weapon seriously wounded Mrs. Olpa Kocco when it VVIIN flr«><| by I-Vnrl I-unIt who WJLS under the impression, nh« told thut slit- wns taking 11 picture of the former with a cnn«>rii. (In- loriiationul) ROGERS-PEET OR BURBERRYS CHOICE TOPCOATS, OVERCOATS OR LONDON TAILORED BRITISH* ULSTERS. secre- treas- Gormley Reports 402 Arrests Here In Past Year The annual police report for Naugatuck, mado puhlic today by Police Chief John Gormley, shows a total of -102 casas for the 12- month period. This fljnw includes only those coses t?j»l wen; taken to court. The month showing the greatest number of cases recorded by the local police department was August, with a number of 01. June and February were the nuictc.-U months of the year with Kj cases Borough Man's Auto Damaged A car owned by Eugene Johns- tonbaug 1 )!, 14 Goodyear avenue, was struck !jy another while it was parked on East Main street in Waterbury yesterday. Three other parked cars also wore hit. The driver of thfi colliding auto, E. I-T. Soucy. Eastwood avenue, Waterbury, was charged with reckless driving, police reported. At a hearing the. same day '.n the Waterbury City Court, ho was given a suspended sentence on the oh.'irge. You can't go wrong on these rugged hand tailored weather baxters that will tackle your weather troubles and battle for your comfort as none other coat ever battled before. Rogers-Peet overcoats and topcoats $6 to $95, Burbewys British ulsters world famous fleeces that are world famous $88 and $100 —other overcoats $40 to $65. CHILDREN'S HATS SAL E .................. $1.50 and $2.00 Values to $3.00 OUR ENTIRE STOCK REDUCED ALL SALES FINAL 191-199 CHURCH ST. NAUGATUCK, CONN. Post Office To Accept Regular Mail For Japan Effective today, ordinary letter and business oommunications wi be accepted at u^e local post, otlVj for mailing to Japan or Germany provided such mutter doe.s not ex coed one ounce, Postmaster Franl Green announced this morning. Business commnnications ma; not be transactional n-.<attcr, bu can contain a request for facts 01 1 an exchange of information. | .Mailing of checks, drafts, securi I ties, currency, etc., to the vw< I countries is prohibited. DEWKRY A postponement until tomorrow was announced in the delivery of merchandise in Naugatuck, anc Beacon Falls by helicopter from Hartford, scheduled for today. The craft will land at Recreation Field tomorrow at 12:44, and at Clark Farm, Beacon Falls, at 12:37. Pledge of allegiance to the flag •vas written by Francis Bellamy of Boston in J892. NOW DRESSES y 2 PRICE $5.00 3 SPECIAL GROUPS $7.00 Sizes 9 to 52 People appear to ht careless in the matter of locking up when they leave the store or olllco at the end of the business day, A total of liS doors of stores and oltlees were found open by the police during the year. July was the worst month for this wit.h 2-1 such cases i-Bporled. However, (he month following, September, (here wen: but seven such. The violation of parking meter laws reached its peak In October 1.19 tickets being written for overtime parking, This contrasts with four such cases in February. .Violation of motor vehicle laws accounted for nearly -10 perccnl o. r j the Nuufratuck I Funerals Kilmmiil I', IMIHIl Funeral services for Edmund P. Bclletti, five-months-old son of Mr ;tnd Mrs, I3dniund 13<.-lk'tti, ,"i!)fl North Main .street, who died of asphyxiation, were held Tuesday afternoon at the BuckmiUer Funeral Home, '22 Park plaee. Burial was : n St. .la in us 1 cemetery. Former Resident Dies In New Haven Funeral services for Edmond R. True, 07, formerly of Naugntuck and Waterbury, who die;;. t«f n<K// in New H.iven, were" held "this morning- from tho M. F. Walker & Sons Funeral Home, New H-.iven, to St. Mary's church. New Haven, a solemn high Mass of re- rjuiem was celebrated. Interment was in St. -Lawrence cemetery, New Haven. Born in Watorhury, he lived there and in Naufjatuck 'for 2S years prior to moving to New H.i- ven 39 years ago. A mason by .rade, 'he was formerly :i member of the Watorbury Lodj.'R of Elks. e^ is survived by two sons. Edmond J, True, and Kenneth I.. True, both of New Haven. His wife wrts the late Mary (Lyor.i-M 'rue of Nnu/,'3tuck. DOUBLE ACTION AGAINST COLDS! DUE TO LACK OF VITAMIN A AND COUGHS DUE TO COLDS HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL POUST'S SKRVICIi STATION 144 Ituhher Ave| Tel. 4!>:t5 For A Snack, & Sandwich or a Full Meal, Try DUFFY'S Restaurant WATKB STRKET ' FUI.l. MQUOlt MCKNBB : Btt'ld* up body re- J[ •iffunca ic/i«n vitamin A irnlota. Soot/iB«c<mf faanrf 2 t/»roae irritalianm due locoldt, Became ic doct tlicw call for Father John' Medicine *t the dfit lign of t cold due to « lick of vitamin A. Profit from their experience. Get the two-way - action of Father John'» Medicine — and get results. NOW USED OVER 90 YEARS FATHER JOHN'S MEOICINC $10.00 COATS Sizes 9 to 52 1-4 to 1-3 OFF no.oo $29.00 $39.00 $69.00 ONE GROUP COATS i/ 2 PRICE $15 $19.00 SUITS 1-4 to 1-3 OFF $24.00 $29.00 $39.00 CHILDREN'S COATS AND SNOW SUITS 1-4 to 1-3 OFF $7.00 $9.00 $12.00 $15.00 ONE GROUP INFANTS' SNOW SUITS $5 ALL SALES FINAL } arochial Schools iesume Classes Business was resumed today at I ocal industrial plants, banks." tho brary, pout o/lice, stores, offices j and other enterprises following the | observance of New Year's Day. Sessions nt St. Francis' and St. Hedwiy's parochial schools were resumed today, with tho public schools to open classes Monday morning. Jan. B. Mylc and spotless cleanliness arc imperative accessories (o the fastidious woman. And our modern luundry adds just that to your clothing! Our prices, too, make you realize that al) this luxury—anil economy may hand In hand. A MERICA > i ; x it if > Waterbury AM an Established 187D Folly Starting a budget for 1947? Tho best medicine for ;niy hmift'el is consistent savings. Then .^honlcl ;iny nnc'.\]DOo10(l expenses arise, yon have jivailalilo cash. Kvcn ;i small sum (It-poshed regularly soon Naugatuck Savings Bank Naugatuck, Conn. Stamped Envelopes Available Again Certain sixes of printed, stamped envelopes, which have not been for sale for "ver a year, are once again available to the public at the local post oflicc. Postmaster Frank Green announced today, Sizes again available are: seVen and nine with three cent stamps, fixes five, eig-ht and J, 1 ! with one cent precanceled stampx and size elfrht with live cent air mail stamps, All sizes must be crdered in lots of . r >00. HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL CITY BAKERY U. P. STOPPANI, Prop. Muple Street Telephone 3678 Bill's Danbury Hatter 57 SOUTH MAIN ST. Wm. Mariano, Prop. M«-n'« Hats Cleaned, Blocked; Fiictory Method* NEW HATS FOR SALi; Hiito Made to Order AUTOMOTIVE NEEDS ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY STORE SO SOCTH SIAIN ST. TEL. 6162 Naugatuck, Conn. FOR RENT BY THE I>AY FLOOR SANDING MACHINK EDGKU FLOOR WAXEU Union City Hardware 3S* X. MAIN ST. Union City M. Uatklewlch, Prop. W, J. Stokes, GUS SMOKE SHOP^ 402 North Main St. Union Oty Gut KUmkiizewiikl, Prop. MODEr. AIRPLANES HALF FOR RANGt OH FUEL OIL TEL. 5618 Bill's Fuel Oil Service »0 \VooJlnnH Slrrrt ••Hill' 1 Mi.rlu.lll. ITnp. ^ 191-199 Church Street Naugatuck, Conn. Baz Building- Sale Recorded Tho Ban building at the corner of 'Maple and South Main streets, has been sold by Ge.orge Hnddad Gaetano Silco, according to ;i warranty deed filed in the office of Town Clerk Raymond J. St. John late Tuesday afternoon. Tax tamps Indicate the sale price as approximately $.3fi.OOO, LIQUOR PERMIT Notice of Application i hiS'js tog-ive notice that I, Thomas A. Broder, of 10 Carroll Court, Naugatuck. have filed an application dated Dec. 30, 19-16, with the Liquor Control Commission for a Club Permit for the sale of alcoholic liquor on the premises, 239 Rubber avenue, Naugatuck. The business is owned by Veteran:- of Foreign Wars, Crusader Post, Xo. 19-16, of 239 Rubber Avi>.. Naiieatuck. and ' will be conducted by Thomas j A, Broder of 10 Carroll Court, Nau- ' gatuck, a.s permittee. ! THOMAS A. BRODER. Dated: Dec. 30, 1946. Jan. 2 & 9. Excellent Selection of JUVENILE FURNITURE Lowest Prices In Town! BEACON 73 TiKAND STREKT Wiiterliury WHITE FISH MARKET JOSEPH CABRAL, Prop ORDER FOR CHRISTMAS: .' LIVE and PREPARED EELS SMELTS, SHRIMPS, ANCHOVIES . . . 80o. can R&P MPT AT. 99 SO. MART STREET Expert Welding of All Forging; Shwt Metal and Ornamental Steel Work Sheet and Bar Metal Fo- Sato Telephone 6377 Highland Package Store 93 Highland Ave. — Tel. 3983 Anthony Farrar, Prop, FREE DELIVKRV All l'art» of Nuugutr.ick FOR SALE Ten room bou»e, 5 roonw flrl floor, B rooms ««cond floor, : buth-roomn, hot air furiwc* electricity, 2 car garage. Formerly 2 tenement hou« and owns'r will re-convert to I tenement* nnd give Immediate occupancy to first floor. Located cant uidc of town » mny he Inspeclod In afternoon. F.W.EATON Boom 9 Neary Building Church Street FOR A CAB TEL. 5285 DAY or NIC.HT Independent Gab Co. 100 South Main St THE EYEGLASS SHOP C.H.Tomlinson Niwr? Biilldluf Naugatuck, Conn. WE HAVE PLENTY OF ALL SIZES OF GOOD DEPENDABLE SILVERBROOK ANTHRACITE COAL IN STOCK Order Now for Immediate Delivery The Naugatuck Fuel Company 87 CHURCH STREET PHONE 5236

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