Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 28, 1947 · Page 8
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 8

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FAOE »—JfAUOATUCK NEW9 (CONN.), TUESDAY, JAN. 88, 1M7 Junior Class Plans Dance The Junior class of the high school will sponsor a "Junior Acciimint- nnrr" df\ncc fit the Mlfrh schoul auditorium Friday evening. Danc- Inj? will be from 8 to 11 o'clock Members of the committee In ohnrgre are the da.™ officers: Plrvti- dent, William Scranton; vice-pre.sl- dont, Howard Burke; treasurer, Union McCarthy, and secretary. Ce- cllc Tracy; and Joby Ann Chris- linn, Joseph Brodlc, Joanne HacU- ctt, Donald House, John Quint, .Top.nnc Sutherland, Kenneth Zerbo. Elizabeth Ryrccki, Patricia Kcvic t.iui mukcnu Miiriott;. STilijV IN HEI..VTIVITY PKitti'vIlh', Wi.-i.,--lUP)--• Rohoi-t Millnrd, six months', is going -to have a lot of r.ames to remember whan he gut* older. With 13 grandparents, including- u' great- great-gra-nclmothci', CC great-aunts and uncles, ,'JO groat-gre.it aunts •and uncles and nine great-grnat- grout-nun ts and uncles. Bobby'? parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Millard, figure their little boy must have 1.000 or more relatives living. Morgenthau Asked ; To Return Papers (By. United JTrna) OlTlrlnli-. of. HIP Ti-pn.sury department hnvr revealed that the government will insist that former __ u ^ ....... .- ^ccretary Henry Morgenthau, Jr-; that he"favors continuation of ex-i return the official documents which Excise Tax On Luxuries Favored By Patterson Congi^ssman James T. Pallor- son siiid laJt night in Washington cise taxes on ruxury Items. Tho issue will go before the House tomorrow. Mr. Patterson added that after •8* Ptpti-C'ola Company. Long Island City, N. Y. Franchiser] Bottler: Pepsi-Cola Bottling 1 Co., Bristol. Conn. federal government, 1C. It Is pos- jlble to reduce or abolish such excise taxes ho will be In accord with such action. "With the proposed federal budget, requiring many billions of dollars to carry on necessary government functions, particularly those of national defense and veterans' benefits, I fe^l a choice must bo made Dotween reductions of individual _incomc taxes,and abolition of excise' taxes." Patterson said. ' Admitting lie had at one tim'C favored dropping excise taxes as ot. July 1. ho >»aid: "When faced with such a choice, I favor aiding those of the low In- conii- m-oiJp wh<? would -benefit to a. greater degree Ihrouph this action. "When action Is taken on Wccl- ni«sd-.iy concerning retention or abolition of excise taxes, I shall favor t.heir continuation." Arizona's first settlement was at Tucson and was-established in 1770. Since 18S9 the elate capital has l.i<fun at Phoenix. he took from the Treasury files when he left the cabinet. TranV scripts of official conversations and cither Treasury papers were includ^ ed in a 900-vblume 'diary, which Bulletins (Continued From Pasre One) a complete survey of .needs anri Mol . gcnthau lg preparing for pub- conicmplated expenditures i> the " - - - lication, and Secretary of the Treasury Snydcr has requested that the material be returned. Morgenthau has turned the moitter over to his lawyers. : -. Cocoanut Grove Owner Dies Boston, J:in. 2S—(U.P)—A man whose night club burned with a lof.s of '191 lives, is dead of heart seizure. Funeral services will be held today for Barm-tt Welanalcy who only two months ago was released from prison where he was serving a manslaughter sentence in connection with Cocoanut Grove fire. •' j Welansky, a Boston newsboy who achieved w.eatth- and' prominence us a criminal Jawycr before he be- •ctime owner of the nightclub, col- lapmid and died while dining- with his family last night. The heart ailment that kept '• Weluimky at home the night his club burned was bliimod by doctors for his death. Proudly Announces Its Exclusive Representation in Naugatuck for the Famous Line! The Big-Top Four Featuring "CARDIGAN THE WONDER" Ever see a group of suits that do such a waist disappearing- act? Well, neither did we. Especially "Cardigan The Wonder "—so beautifully styled by Jaunty Junior with a new saddle-stitched effect, tailored tab details! In Mirro-Sheen pure worsted by Miron. All four suits in sizes 9 to 15. $55. EXCLUSIVE WITH US STAR PERFORMER $55 191-199 Church Street BECOBO BROKEN , Washington—A-spokesman for . thp public roads administration .says Americans broke aji records for motor travel last year .by covering a. total of 170,000,000,000 miles. —oOo I ACCEPTS POST Washington — Authoritative sources HU.V that John McCloy, assistant, nocrotiiry of \vur during World Wur II, has af reed to accept the president of tho World Bank. -oOo ALLIANCE London—A Tass Agency dispatch broadcast from Moscow Bays that the Anglo-American relations have assumed the character af a military alliance, The Soviet news agency says it has evidence that the two countries have formed a bloc against Russia. ——oOo— RKIJUCK FOKCES Friuikfirrt—Army official* nay that U. S. army ground force* In Kuropi; will In; reduced by nearly 27,«W» diirlnc the first dlx month* of the year. Thi/i will leave about l]7,(lll<) ground troups doing occupation duty. oOo MKMORIAL RITES Albuquerque, N. M.—Memorial services are scheduled today for 11 Army airmen who were killed when their B-29 crashed yesterday at Kirtland Field. The lone survivor is given a , r >0-50 chance to live. Lucille Mennillo Entertained On Ninth Birthday Beacon Falls Miss Lucille Mennillo daughter of Mir. and Mrs. Albert Mennillo, of Avenue . B. was feted at a party recently in honor of her ninth birthday. The /basement playroom was "decorated In pink and blue, •and a buffet luncheon was served. The guest of 'honor was the rcccpi- lent of many lovely gifts. Those who attended included: Mary Jane and Joseph Loriffo, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Longo, Mr. andj Mrs. Michael Longo, from Water-) bury; Misses Beverly Linewebcr, Barbara Holloway, Barbara Chcu- navich, Sandra Swan, Joan Tucker, Putty Sulima, Carol Reparki, Curolyn Mis, Donna Ardry and Canila and Lucille Mennillo. Teachers May Strike In R. I. Warwick, R. I., Jan. 28—(UP) — There may be n school teachers' strike in Warwick. R. I. The ci-ly's I'M teachers say they will strike if the city council approves the mayor's budget which calls for a $C-a- week increase effective only until July 1st- Tin: teachers wunt the increase for a fujl year. And they also want all __sUHe .funds given, the city and not earmarked for other purposes to be given for salary increases. Teachers' Pay Boosts Continue (By United Pros) Requests for teachers' pay boosts continue to make; news in Connecticut. At Branford, the townspeople ! have voted to grant a bonus total- I Ing more than $11,000. And at Westport. a flat salary Increase of $700 has boon recommended by the town board of finance. This would raise the minimum salaries for teachers to $2,400. Naugatuck, Conn. YOU CAN'T HAVE SOAPS, WOOLENS, IRONS, ETC., WITHOUT^ FATS AND OILS. THERE'S STILL A WORLP- WIDE SHORTAGE OF FATS. They're needed today, more than ever before! i Victor* St. Michael's Bulldogs chalked up another victory last evening in the church lyceum, by defeating the strong Esquire five of Water- buryj by a score of 50 to 49. The locals now ha,ve -an impressive record of five victories and one defeat. Last night's game wa-s" closely i contested with the lead changing, hands 13 times. With four minutes remaining in the game, the score was deadlocked ot 45 ill When pluy was resumed following tb<; four minute rule rest period Casaly who is a brilliant player, pumped in a quick basket !o give the Esquires a two point advantage. But the Bulldogs come back witli basket* by Enumait and Mitchell, putting them in front, •19-17. A pair of charity throws by Rawlins, Waterbui-y forward, knotted the count once again, but Marty Rail's foul conversion decided the game with but 32 seconds remaining. Rau and Wisniew.sk! were the big- gunn tor the victors with 15 and 12 points respectively. However, Casaly of Waterbury won scoring honors for the evening by garnering' 18 points. The Esquires were leading 28 lo 26 at half time. VTAMJtHa* lift," FOR THE MAN WHO WANTS TO BP SURE OF HIS SOCIAL SECURITY AND WHO KNOWS THE ART OF PERFECT GROOMING. Men's pine and balsam scent bath and shower soaps designed for men specially shaped to fit a man's hand and add to his comfort and well being — 2 cakes to box, $1.50. r. Soothing after shave lotions that give your skin at natural glow and softness that's irresistable, talc, lotion and cologne sets, $2.50 to $15. Surgical Patient Mrs .Herbert Mclntyre of North Circle, U a surgical patient at St. Mary's hospital, Waterbury. Horses and mules, disappearing in the U. S. the past 20 years, took wit); them the capacity to consume the food from 70 million acres of farm land. Legal Notices l.uhricalj" Your Car Kvery I,«HXI Miles for Most Kfficicnt Operation, POUST'S SKRVICE STATION 144 Rubber Avc| . Tel. 4933 For A Snack, a Sandwich or a Full Meal, Try DUFFY'S Restaurant ; WATER STREET FDIJ- I-IQLOR * NOT RESPONSIBLE NOTICE On and after this date I will no be responsible for any bills con tracted other than by myself. Signed: ADOLPH G, HASENBEIN Hunter's Mountain Naupatuck. Conn. Dated at Naufratuck this 27th day of Jan,, 1947. Probate Notice District of Naugatuclt, BS. Probate Court. January 27th, 1947. Estate of Harry B. Olson, late of Naugatuck. within said District, deceased- Whereas, application has been made to this Court for permission to sell certain real estate belonging to said estate, ais application on file more fully appears, it is ORDERED, That the foregroinft application be heard and determined at the Probate Office- in Nnupatuck on the 31st day of January 1947, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon and the Court directs said Trustee to give notice to all persons interested in said estate to appear, if they see cause, and be heard thereon, by publishing this order one time in a newspaper having: a circulation in said district, also by leaving with or by mailing in letters, postage prepaid, from Naugatuck, a copy of this order to all parties interested and residing without, the Probate District of Naugaluck, all on or before the 29th day of January A. D-, 1947, and return make to the Court of notice given, Attest, RAYMOND M. SHEA, Zfi'l?' 1 - Judge. | REMINGTON and SCII1CK KLECTRIC SHAVERS SCIIICK SHAVERSETS C. E). Table Model Radio!) Portable Electric Record Players G. E. Electric Mantle Clocks Electric Irons HAWLEY HARDWARE 102 CHURCH STREET Established 1870 DeponlU Fully Guaranteed ARE YOUR SAVINGS INSURED? YES. All deposits in this l>:ink arc guaranteed In full by the. Savings Bunks' Deposit Guaranty Fund of Connecticut, Incorporated. GUS SMOKE SHOP: 402 North Main- St. Union City Gus Klimaszewski, Prop. . MODEL AIRPLANES HALF PRICE Highland Package Store 93 Highland Ave. — Tol. 3!)83 Anthony Farrar, Prop. FREE DELIVERY All Parts of Naugatuclc j 1 i^»»^»^»^*^.»^^»«*«^».*»»**»^»»^«t WHITE FISH MARKET JOSEPH CAERAL, Prop 8 South Main St, Tel. 5004 SALT and FRESH' WATER FISH of ALL KINDS FOR SALE Ten room bouie, 5 roomi fin floor, 5 room* iccond floor, I bath-room*, hot air furnMK electricity, 2 car (arace. Formerly 3 tenement howl and owner will re-convert to 1 tenements and tive ImnwdUl* occupancy to first floor. Located east Hide of town Ml may be Inspected In afternoon. F.W.EATON Room 9 Neary Building Church Street TRY CLASSIFIED ADS IT'S AUTOMATIC MAT- for o cleaner, more comfortable home! WE HAVE READY FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY A LIMITED NUMBER OF FURNACE OIL BURNERS (Fully guaranteed and covered by Underwriters' warrants) • (Distributor of EHHO HeatinK Fuels) F. & S. OIL CO. South Leonard St. Waterbury, Conn. Tel. 3-2147 (Distributor of Esso Heating Fuel*) Good-bye to furntce drudgery! With • Fdirbank»-Morie Automatic Stoker on the job . . . fivqucnt (hoveling of coll •nd »vh« it « thing of the put. Your home it more comfortable, too . . . for « nokcr givct you cle«n, evenly regulated licet. And the coil? ti'» actually lea th*n the toil of handfirlnf . . . because a Fairbankt-Moric Stoker not only burnt lets coal but UH» the more economical >ize* of coal. Drop in today — and Icarn why a Fairbanks-Mone Automatic Stoker can icrve you better and more economically than any other type of heating. FAIRBANKS-MORSE STOKERS for c/»<». tmiform, *cf- nrni*/ Ar«lf ^rprnf ON or* Ao**r 3 Years to Pay Through F. H. A. .. The Naugatuck Fuel ft. 87 CHURCH STREET TEL. 5236

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