Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 9, 1947 · Page 8
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 8

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, January 9, 1947
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VAGF, 0—NAIIOATWCK NTIWS (CONN.). THUIlSnAY. JAN*. 0, \M1 Borough Expenses Total $392,920 For Eight Months A total of $392,920.20 has been expended during the first eight months of the borough's fiscal year lenvinj.: n balance of $290,571.83 r,f the $C{tD,-l92.0" fotnl appropriations, :ic-coi(lin'r to a summary of the borough .clerk's report ending Nov. 30, 19-IC, und submitted to the l.uurcl of warden and burgesses last . Di".:ill nf the report is «!•. .follows: OenenU Adminir.trjil.ion: Appro- l •••filed lf>.ir..'7. Si 17 3;'f! W: oxpond- fd to Nov. 30, .19-Hl. $59.<l30.ri9; im- i-xpended balance, $r/7,920.01. Public Safety; Appropriated UV|f,. •!7, S12-1,21!3.30: nKporidi-d to Nov. HO. 1,'•!!;. .tOO.777.2fi: unexpended hnl- unei.. S, r ,-l,.(r;8.C-l. i ndito.-ition: Appropriated. KMC-17. ! eslicmli-d In Nnv. ::•!. ISMti, $174.«C.'3.27; unexpiMulcd bul- nnre. $120.146.73. Health and Sanitation: Appro- nrkited, 19-Hi-<l7, ,f12.300.00; expended to Nov. 30, 19-10, $11.117.57; unexpended balance. $.1.182.43. '•NMio \V""'-->-e: A >MT'n->"!"trt(! 1930-17. $35.827.00; expended to Nov. 30, 15MG. $22,140.1:;: unexpended Ixtl- iince, $13.680.88, Public Works: Appropriated 19-16•17, $01,753.73: expended to Nov. 30, 19-16. $. r )0,013.00; unexpended balance. S-I1.7-IO.6S. Snecial Approprhxtions: Appropriated, 1946-47, $$,239.50; expended id Nnv. 30. 19-r.. Xr..?R8.34; unexpended balance, $2,451.16. 'L'or'tl A (jprowittiiony: Appropriated 19-10-17. $6S9,.|fl2.03; expended to Nov. HO, 1<J'I<;. $392.920.20; unoxpend- od balance, $296,!571.83. MAN* SOUGHT Greenwich, Jan. 9—(UP)—Police are looking for a man who led u poi<:< mun in (in automobile chnao hrn:'<;h Oo^ C')b, cracked up :i stolen, and cMC.'ipnd on foot. PLAN NEW LABOR MEASURES You Always SAVE At The J. K.! IMPERIAL WHISKEY $3.39 MOUNT VERNON WHISKEY $3.50 Borough Board Briefs A request for a junk dealer's li- The board vo.ted to accept Bea- /* . . * r n. .',-_!» _*T ILXnnAH nn(\rt flfF KAJlPf iVl V Jl 1 I(*V cense, by Robert tf. CfunUull of Woostor street was referred to the chief of police, at the board of warden and burgesses Tuesday night. A notice of Injury was received ro:n Atty. Francis B. Fccley ot Watofbury, counsel . for John M. Minicucci ot Gorman street. The •plaintiff claims on Oct. 14, 1946 at con Manor road, off Beacon Valley road. Th« road BO feet wide and about 450 feet long, owned by William N. Lounabury, now of Florida, wus deeded over to the borough. The B. & M. Motor, Inc., was granted perml«ion to erect a neon sign at 80 South Main street jn- der the supervision of the nuperln- tendent of streets. . , 11:00 o'clock !n tho morning he Apllcations to the police deparl- vvas operating an automobile on ment were accepted and placed on Park avenue when the auto struck . f|j c f r om Bronlulnw A. Ezenaki, 302 a pile 1 of dirt and' rocks causlns , High atrc-et, and John G. Lenfjyel, pewonal Injury and extensive dam age to the car. He claims there were no warning signs or police officers' on duty to direct truffle. The matter w/13 raferred to the borough attorney. Notice of a $2,000 civil action being brought by Sarah Gorman was The borough attorney in an opinion on the c;is» of Elizabeth East Waterbury road. Request for a street lighten Elmwood street between Walnut street ,-xnd Hillside avenue was referred io the street light committee. A written refjucst- from Charles F. Clark for transfer to the supernumerary list from the regular police force was granted. I CANADIAN CLUB $5.49; HIRAM WALKEPv'S STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY $4.24 RUM S1.99 SENATORS Homer Copehart (left), Republican ot Indiana, and Alexander Wiley Republican ut Wisconsin, compare notes in Washington on the labor measures thoy plan to imroducc in the G.O.P.-controlled Con- ei-css Wiley is the author of new legislation concerning the Fair Prac- tk-es Act and Copehart of an amendment to the act. (International) Charles Rodenbach To Be Honored By Masons At Banquet January 17 : "Roo'n'ey, who ci"aim's on Sept. 16 she j First Ward Burgess J Rudolph 'was injured when she full on the | Anderson (R) reported several •'complaints registered against tin; Independent Taxi Cab Co., reg-ird- inn the manner in which the cabs .are beln« operated, Mr. Ander.son requested Police Chief John J. Gormluy ta reprimand the drivers on what, he termed their spend and passing of .stop signs. It was ulso pointed out bus operator-! still nre not pulling buses into the curbs in various stopping places. Garbage Collection* A discussion was held on the collections on the West e road at Noaffle streot nnd i Albert avenue, claimed the bor- I oufe'h not liable. The opinion stated n notice of Injury according to state law must he (Hod within GO days, and thai the claimant who fjei: her injuries were sustained I IMPORTED SCOTCH WHISKEY— • Your Choice S5.75J SPANISH cr PORTUGUESE BRANDY 5-Years Old, full fifth S2.89 GINGER BRANDY, full pint ?1.49 SWEET WINE, Red or White 79c I ROCK 'N RYE— Large Bottle .... §2.19) , K. STORES! CUT RATE LIQUORS - WINES BEER |396 North Main St. Union City, Conn. I>; DKI.IVICKY ANVWUKJtK IN NAUGATUCK THeiilionn 497ft A Uiiuu'i- in honor of Charles I 3 . l';odi:r.U:ich will bo held by Khup- :-n;:-d Ludf,'-'. ""• I**' on Friday I-VP- ninjr. .'mi. i" i" tho Mnsiinic Ti'm- |ili-. 1't is also planned In present Mr. Kmk'iibach with a ji'Wdi, em- blumatic of his hifcri rani-:, lit. '.hi; dinner, Mr. (?uclonb;u'!i, pro.fifir-nt of tho Naugatucic Munufuclurini,' C o r.v jiuny. was ('li!Ctcil by tin- Suprcmu I'Viuiii.-il tD thO 3;:d Di-Kriie. Monor- ary, at tin- miit'liiig of the Supi'rnn 1 Coi:niril. Northern Ma.sonic Juris- ilii'tion. Aiiciudl Acuopn-d Rito. :"ld Ou.'.'roe, huUI in Pit-tsbLirKh lust yo.-ir. Mr. Rodcnbnch V.TIK raised :n Shepherd Lodfro or March J7, 19M, and was Master of the lodxo duriinr 1921. At tho piosent time ho is chairman of the KniRhts Tunip'a: 1 Educjitiona'. Foundation of Connecticut Sir. P.oclonbi\ch has also hold many other high offices in the Masonic fra-tornity. amonp: thorn: Thrico Illustrious Mast or. YVato.- Patterson Plans Chevrons Bill Representative James T. Patior- yon. (Ri. NiiUK'at.uck. is preparinjs to introduce a bill in the Housi> \*.'hifl'. wouicl authori:'.o chevrons Tor Xavy personnel similar t-«i those Army men won 1 . 1 to show lonsth i' f i.imc served overseas. T/tc Vutpi.'insi of Foi-eiRn Wai-s has slror.Kly ursod -the loftishition bury Council, No. 21 H. and S. M.; rjcjiiiuiancloi-, -Clark Corvmmndery, Nu. 7. KniylitN Tumplar, VVatcr- liuiy. Thric;c l J iilont"'Mast«r. Doric Ijinljve of PciTuctiun, \Vatcrbury; iToKl Wisi: .Master, Cori/il.bian Chapter. Rose Ci-oix. The commiUee in chui'Ki; of ar- rasiKi.-niL'ndt for Hie dinner uom- Ihu following;: Heni-y flwiuk, Jului U, f'uri'la, Wan-c-n 15. Abul, Floyd K. Wocster, Hiirris Whitte- uujru. Jr.. H. R. Purry. Idris R. Aldersiin, DI-. H. H, Gorton, Robert Ixt.'iU'r, Carl Hepperinan, and JJr, 10vuri.-tt 'i'. Kos'ors. Baummer Completes Hockey Rink A hoeUey i-inl\ has been spaced i'f:' ant! banked up at Bau.-ntnnr's katins rink, Manager EC'. Baum- mor announced today. The ice has i'n cleared of all snow, and larfic crowds have been enjnyins their f.ivorile sport at tho Field '.-iivpl. lecroatior contor. JANUARY SALE Jh % Naugatuck's Bargain Center All Winter Stock Must Go to 1-2 OFF DON'T WAIT SHOP EARLY 191-199 CHURCH STREET NAUGATUCK, CONN. nKFBNUS BRITISH New OrloaiiH—New York Times Publisher Arthur Sulxborgor tc- d:iy dc!fo:ids British militnry pf- fnrts .-ig-.-iinst Pnlestinu cxtrom- ists. Ho says in view of the fact that English soldiers and civilian." arc constantly assaulted and killed, the country has no other course of action. CACHE UNCOVERED .Ii:rii.s:ilriii—British police hji'-c nncovcri-d a liii'se cuclip of mlll- lary i>qtilpii)(>nf. In u raided slum section of .Icrusuloni. Brforo iliiwn today, fl.ving sqii:id.s of |>o- lici- si>iir<!licd Ihi: ari'ii occupii'd mainly liy oriental .!P\VS. Cnls!;i ndiri!,' bills .ire paid twicn ;L yc.'ij- in China, cither in January or in February, ;ind .ifi'iin six months Inter. June 2-1- did not nic within the prescribed time. A request to install 390 feet of .sanitary sewer in Locust street by Matty Karbowicz for aeven houses under construction was referred to the borough engineer. „_..._„. _ _ The Naugatuck Water Co. was side of (he borough, which have i ".r.intecl permission to Install vari- not been made properly in some ous water mains. A motion was ap- lime. It was decided not to call 'for proved for the purchase of an In- bid.v, hut to contact sligibln men for ernalionnl truek for tho street de- the job. The present garbage col- ' lector's contract expires April ]. THESE ROGERS-PEET BIGGER THAN WEATHER OVERCOATS CAN TAKE ALL THAT WINTER GIVES. Coats that are all wool to the - core, coats hand tailored to the last stitch, coats that are good to the last thread, coats that give you more comfort than you could possibly anticipate. These famous coats, by Rogers. Peet are top hanger overcoats for men who like the good things of life—.$65 to $95. pnrtmcnt. All Americans Meet Tonight Tho All American Veterans will moot in the Y. M. C. A. toniprht at 7:30, it was announced by Robert Lnw'or, commander. Plans for a forthcoming dance will be discussed and all members are urged to at•tend. Plan To Organize Discussion Club Local 1558 Meets Sunday Afternoon Loral' IMS, Unit.'d Ste«!l Worlt- ''rs of America, CIO, will mcr-i. Tuesday, Jan. 14, at « p. m. in the; Club. Bridge street. Union City. President Anthony Cheskey uigps all members to at- lond. The Andes in South Americn the woi-Jd's longest.moun- tain chain. • Atlantic Hi-Arc Gasoline for Quick Starting POUST'S SERVICE STATION IM Rubber Avc| Tel. 4!)S5 For A Snack, a Sandwich or a Full Meal, Try DUFFY'S Restaurant YVATRR KTRKfcT » FULL MQDOIl I.ICE.V8K I; GOING AWAY? GKT YOUH ! LUGGRGE Ojcda Council, Knights of Columbus, will hold a special meeting '.his evening at the club rooms in the Neary building, Anthony Chiulli. publicity chairman announced this morning. Purpose of the meeting will he j j m Sontll Ma|n g( Wut( . rbllry * io discuss the formation of u rtis-l ' ' t eussion group to be known e.n the ; \:ac(?y Club. i J At FISHER'S \ Additional Classified RUSSIAN RELIEVED Poipinp—A Mukden dispatch says that tho conimader in chief of Russian forces in North Korea has been relieved of his post and Is under surveillance. The. reason for this action is not given, but the story says the official was active in negotiating closer relations with Chinese - authorities, NAM PETITIONS Detroit—The National Association of Manufacturers has usked for permission to intoi-- VPII<> UN H frlrnd of the court in. .(:h(> Mount Clemens, Michigan port!il-to-portal pay aisi> upon which a flood ol pcirfcil suits has l>e«'M based. NOTICE Creon Valley Boys are playing; this Friday night nt Green Acres Barn in Prospec!. Music for younff and old — Round, Square, Modern Dancing. Free transportation to and from bus elon by calling: Wtby. 5-C661. 8:30 to 12 p. m. NOTICE Established 5870 Deposit* Fully Guaranteed Situation, 1 Is Veil ia Hand 1 " yes nre lony-torm lonns and sometimes fhiriny tho yo.irs o1' ;nnoniz;uioii roquiro ndvico or liolp. When scL-kinii' ;i lo;ni of this lypo. you will find iliis Bank qii;ili1'it'<l, hocanso of c'xporionco, to you in yonr Naugatuck Savings Bank Naugatuck, Coon. GOI.NG TO FLORIDA—Room for i tv.-o or three. Leaving Sunday ! in '-16 Dodge. Tel. -I9i2. JANUARY FUR SALE UNDER WAY 9!l N. MAIN STREKT Walcrhury Tel. 8-2727 SFNT TO JAII. Anthony Tamulonis, Naugatuck, was found guilty of contempt of court for failure to pny alimony for the support of hin wife tind child hy Judge William J. Shea in Waterbury Superior court yesterday and sentenced to jail until he- pays $231. now in arrears. RkaiiiiK is good nt Paulson's in Woodbridge. It'j two miles from Seymour, eight froni New Haven, just off cement surfaced Route GT. Parties invited. Electric lights for night skating. Tel. Seymour C09. I.KAKX — Contract bridge. Cornell! Bridge Club. Mrs, John Moriarty, Culberison master teacher, GO Linden St., Wtby. -)-380G. GUS SMOKE SHOP? 402 North Main St. Union City \ Gils Klinias/cwskl, Prop. i MODEL AIKI'LANES } HALF PRICK J Presenting Jay Cwwtl OUR NEW CHEF Perfection is what Chef Cornell strives for in the preparation of evL-i'y dish our menu offers you. Ent with us for enjoyment! Businessmen's lunches dally at noon; n 'la carle menu for evening diners and sandwiches available at any hour. ALL PASTKV IS HOME MADE. We eater to parties, anniversaries, weddings, etc. OPEN" SUNDAYS' — FULL LIQUOR PRIVILEGES DIAMOND STREET BAR and RESTAURANT JOSEPH E. SODLOSKY, Prop. 11 DIAMOND ST. (Tel. 4960) UNION CITY OUITAIl — Instructions for beginners and advanced pupils. Instrument loaned free. Fred Bredicc, Guitar Studio. 2-t Grand St. Tel. Wtby. -1-013G Or 3-9120. Employment Wantea—Male \VANTKD—News Carriers in nil sections of town. Inquire Mr. H. T. Dillon, News Offlce. RECENT College graduate chemist or chemical engineer for work as an nsKistant chemist in Rubber laboratory of a plant located in southwestern part of Conn. State in detail in first hand-written letter, age. education, experience If any, and remuneration expected. Write Box A, Care of NiiUEoluck Daily News. '1 Help Wanted—Female : WANTED—Woman to clean three morning's a week from 9 to 12. 1 Call G907 except between 1 and ! 3. WANTED—Experienced woman for plain cooking, light housework in Waterburj', to live in. References required. Phone Waterbury 4-525-f. I _ ! HIGH SCHOOL Student for general office work. Must he familiar with typing and grood at figures. Good opportunity for ambitious person. Reply in own handwriting to Box ,'G," cure of Nau- gntuck NCWE. LIQUOR PERMIT Notice of Application This is to g:ive notice that I. Thomas A. Eroder, of 10 Carroll Com t. Naugatuck, have filed an application dated Dec. 30, 18-16, with the Liquor Control Commission for a Club Permit for the sale of .alcoholic liquor on the premises, 239 Rubber avenue, Nnugatuck. The business is owned by Veterans of Foreign Wars, Crusader Post, No. 19-10, of 239 Rubber Avc., Naupatuck, and will be conducted by Thomas A. Droder of 10 Carroll Court, Naugatuck, as permittee. THOMAS A. ERODER. Dated: Dec, SO, IS-lfi. Jan. 2 &.O. Highland Package Store 93 Highland Avc. — Tci. Anthony Farrar, Prop. FREE DELIVERY All Parts of Naucutuck J WHITE FISH MARKET JOSEPH CABRAL. Prop 8 South Main St. Tel. 5(KM SALT und FRESH WATER FISH of AU. KIXDS FOR SALE. Ten room UOUM, 6 room* lit* floor, B rooniK second floor, 1 balh-roomi, hot air funw* electricity, 2 car g*rage. Formerly 2 tenement hoi* and own«r will re-convert Io i tenements and (five ImmedMi occupancy to first floor. Located cant side of town Mri may he Iniipected In nfternom. F.W.EATOI Room 9 Neary Buildln| Church Street ft- TIIY CLASSIFIED ADS Oldest Established Body Shop In Naugatuck EXPERT BODY REPAIRS and PAINTING— We have had many years experience repairing and ; painting automobile fenders and bodies. A complete shop equipment of hydraulic and electric tools with scientific paint mixing to match the color of your car insure satisfactory results. Work done by appointment, on predetermined contract, under the supervision of Kenneth E. Johnson. The Naugatuck Fuel Company 87 CHURCH ST. PHONE 5236 fry NEWS Want Ads—they bring r«sul»

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