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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, January 29, 1947
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TJMPIRATURE REPORT Midnight '32 3 a. m 31 fi ii. m : .'32 ;i n, in «f> Nnnn •»; Vo], LXXI, No. 24 THE WKHTHBR A Progressive Newspaper For a Progressive Community' Rhode Island and Connecticut- Cloudy, occasional light rain tonight and Thursday. Little change in temperature. Knstport to Block Inland—Ten to 20 milpn per hour norl.heoftt to enul windp tonight, becominK 10 to 2!i milen per hour norlhcajit to eaiit winds tonight. ESTABLISHED 1885 WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1947 Leased Wire Service of the United Praia Price Four Otntf Grand List To Reach Record High, Nearly 29 Millions Three-Alarm Fire In Waterbury Business Area Assessors File 1946 List LATE r/r (by l/nlti-d STKIKK CONTROL MII-J, VViishlnictoii—'I'hi' uhiilrnmn of Ilic floiiw lulior commuter miy.H tim icrrtllp will try to K<'t 11 strike- cm] I r»l hill td th<: HUIINK flour by -MiircTr l">. Chiilrmtin r'rcil llartlry of N«w JiTfi« % .v »«,VM the nlfusiirr in ii|i)i<>i| at hi-jiiUjig off iinv rffurt liy John I,, l.rwls to cull iiiiiitluT coil) strike April 1. oOo KNJl I'KACKMAKKR KO1.K Nunkirig--Ami'riciin Amba.ssa- clGr John Leighton Stuart ha.s called im Gumirulisslmo Chiung Kni-Shek to inform him of Aniericii's decision to end Its peacemaker role in China. The American decision to end mediation efforts in China was announced by thp State Department curly this morning. The -/,v nouncemcnt means thru Amuri- cnn Marines soon will bo leaving China. oOo—— O.VK Col n m l;Ui City. Ind.—Oiii- mnn in ii IMIH accident nnir Columbia City. Ind. A Chlcago-lHuiml bus .»kl(l<l>-<l tin im Icy hhfhw;iy nncl rncilird Into » stullod truck. oOo INVKJiTIGATION , Washington—Senator Vundcn- bprg has culled for a "frank and immediate" U. ^.-British-Russian consultation to Investigate what hi: calls "tho rigged and terror 1 i/pd" ('Ifctionsi in Poland. —-oOo— UKSCUK VAKTIHS Slinnjfhui—Ground resent" |mr- tli'M urn m rniiti: to the crush seme of tli<> Clilr>c*» airliner which cnickcil up iihotit 75-mlIi'S writ of Iliinkow. The plnno is KI> l>;iil|y wrt'cki'd Hint official* fi'iir "~ £7 uliiKird may hi' <li':ul including the .tnx-rk'iwi pilot mill II Aini'rir:m tin (I Cuimdliiu mls- oOo SKAKCII STII.I- OX Chungl<lng---Th^ search s£lll is on for anuthrr Chinese airliner, missing since Saturday with 19 [ii'i-xrin.M aboard. Thi* plane also WHS piloted by an American nncl disappeared in the Chungking ui'i-ii. oOo YIKI.H IIKMANDS Wu.slilngton—The U, S. rcprc- srntutivi- tn Ilir Unlttnl Millions Wiirri'ii Aiisllii, hns hlnli'd that IlilV country will yii'Ul in It* <!<•mil nils Hint tin- UN CHtaMlsli worlil utiiiiilc itttfrgy JMiff'tfliiinl.' lu-fnrr discussing u Ki'iicrul arm? --I'diictlun iiroKrum. oOo IIOMOEK CHASII Honolulu—Alp-sea rescue units an- s"arching for a ntwy dive- bomber whli'h Is said to Have crushed into thi; sou nour one of ihc ITuwuiiun C.Mlands, The plnm. 1 was from tho aircraft ccirriiir Tariiwii. It plunged Into the wiiirj |,>sn than a mllo off-shore. oOo TO HHTUKK 11OOY Cnpi'iihiigi'ii — Thi 1 liody of nprru singer (imcr Mmiri- ivill In' t»l(i-n In Pur)* today »r toiniir- n.if. And from then- It will fm i-rtiirii.-il tu tin- Unllt-d States by tin- slngiT's hiiNliiiiul. Valentin l'iin>rii. Miss JHi>or«- \VIIH jimuiig Iliusi- killed In a Ciipi'MlnigtMi Pliiiii> crush Mtimliiy, oOo SMASH moconn Chicago -TWA's Constcllution pw.-wngnr plane. "Slur of Africa." hii.i jimn.shud another record. It 'HIM made tho Lou Angeles to Chicago run In four hours nncl '13-iiml-H-halC-minutcN. That's more tluin two hours faster thnn tho regular scheduled time, GWOIA.V iM'jAcr; TKBMS Tin- White llou-t—I-ro-tldi-nt Truman ha* askinl Isoimti' 1're.ii- ilont Arthur Viindoiiricrg and TI-.KHS UtMnovriit Tnni Ooiiiwlly to ii!<«ls1 Socrctiiry of Stutr Murslmll In (IraflliiK tlu> German pence U'fin.i. The (iri'Nldi'nt 'him iixked tlu> I wo <.(in«ri'ssiiicM ti> nccom- P'liiy Mitrslmll to Moscow In Milflill, « ——oOo iti'iii'jcT riiorosAL London — Russia has turned ilown an American proposal 10 Kuurantoo Austrian Independence. The Soviet delegate at the Big Four foreign deputies mo«t- 'NK In London called the proposn 1 far too general. Walker Heads Naugatuck Men's Chorus Harry Johnquest Vice-President; Marshall Long, Harold Burrell Reelected K. Philip Walker w;is elected president of the Naugatuck Men's Chorus for- the ensuing year at .the recent meeting and rehearsal of thi> group at the Y.M.C.A. Harry Johnriuost was! chosen vice-president, and Marshall Long and Harold Burrull were re-elected for soc- Hardware, Ham, Electrical Appliances, Tire Donated For Polio Fund Auction trihutcd by Tarr.owski's "Market. i An automobile tire, size 6:00 by Merchandise and services of all types will he offered for bid at the Nnugvituck New.* March of Dimes auction next Tuesday night at the Salem Playhouse. Gifts are literally pouring in from merchants and businessmen to be I $ 6 each, gift of the «old to the highest bidder—with air- Franklin Store, returns going to the March of Tw ° cusos "f groceries Thirteen Companies Of Firemen Fight Blaze In Metropolitan Furniture Comp a n y Warehouse, Printer's Court Thirteen Waiterbury fire department companies today fought a three alarm bla»e in the 16, valued at $14 .Rift of ihe Nan-. house of the Metropolitan Furni- jratuclt Battery and Auto Service. Four portable rlosets, valued at Weiss Ben from The auction will last one hour— Thomti.s Norton's Grocery Store. i ' A Sifi cleaning order from the j Linbnrman Dry Cleaning Co. An electric phonc«;, value! i ,$.I2..50. from the Cans Store. j ture Company on Printer's court, Waterbury. The fire department received the first alarm at 10:47 Ihis morning and were at the scene until after I p. m. Although an ambulance was standing by no injuries to persons* Playhouse. The regular show will be interrupted for one, n ° u r : studio" through the courtesy of Ralph S.; A $ , Q CU9twn made lpolwers f ,. om Shop Thick black smoke and the nar- A $20 order from the Thibodcau r ° wness ° r ^ alley running along the warehouse hampered the efforts of the firemen under com- Pasha, I SSembruski Tailor In the order in which they were | A $22,00 credit order for services received, the following are the atest contributions to be put up "or sale nt the auction:' A travel iron, valued at $6.50; a in papering and painting a room, by William Zzinski. There will be fun and bargains galore at tho auction. Make a date hreakfasc set combination toaster' for February -}— at the Salem K. PHII-IT WALKER ond terms as treasurer and secretary respectively. C. J. Wuskowicz will again handle the publicity for the coming spring concert. JCSHC F. Davis' director of the group, was pleased with the initial rehearsal of the year, and expressed tho opinion this morning that the coming concert would be the best in tho scries. Several new members were accepted, according to Mr. Walker, and he stressed that membership is slill open, and any resident of Nau.gutuclt or lieiic.on Falls who liUii.s to sing will be welcome' nt the nc-xt rchonrsal on Monday evening. —Vat iiwilli.v Mniioro. Wln». ll«»r». <•«•.. NIMH- riKMT nl Hi* Cllr I'ai'k- • «• Nlnrr. l»ll llrldo tlml. l-rnmpl U»- U'MJ. unjwhM, )• low*. T'l. «MB- 100 Couples Plan To Attend Chemical Foremen's Dance The nnnunl semi-formal dinner rlancr sponsored hy the Foremen's Cluh of thr Naugatuck Chemical I and Synthetic Rubber Plants ap-; pears to be a sellout, according to | •in nnniiuncifmunt made today by i John Ash, general chairman for ' the affair. • j The dance which Is slated -for i the Hotel Elton ballroom Saturday, February 1st. is expected to •iltruct approximately 100 couples Friends of club members who de••ii-o to attend in ihe company of members may srcuro tickets by contacting any member of the club. Music will be provided by Fred- and heater, valued at $12.75; a ilex stove, valued- at $5.45, all contributed by Gerald's Appliance. A lounirinjr chair,'valued $49.00, given by the Naugatuck Furniture Co. A pounds, valued at about $10" con- Virginia ham, weighing 16 Playhouse. Get there early. Enjoy the picture, "I've. Always Loved You," and settle back far an hour of spirited bidding. Remember.' Bring -your wallet. Your contribution to the March of Dimes in this cuse will give you added pleasure nnd proflt. Anita Saffron To Play "Despina In Mozart's "Cosi fan Tutte" The New York Opera Comique today announced its first,, presentation of the spring- season will be Mozart's 'Cosi fan Tutte," in which the role of "Despiha" has been assigned Miss Anita Safftan, daughter of Mrs. Eva M. Saffran, ,139. Ward street, who recently was engaged by the opera company. Rehearsals are in prepress" on :he opera, which will be sung in English under the direction of Maestro Enxo Soraflni- Discussing he possible route of the Opera Comique during the season, the di- •ector has Indicated that both Wa- erbury and New Haven are being considered as possible cltlce where he opera will be performed. Miss Saffran's role is said to be veil suited to her coloratura so- iruno voice. In the opera she is a ladies maid who conspires with ne "Don Alfonso" to prove 'that e is correct in his cynical con- ention that all girls are flirts. The plot is against Desplna'stwo mistresses and the sprightly humor of the situation adils to the beauty of the music. Of $25,218,235; Synthetic To Add Over Three Million $4,500 Given Library By Naugatuck Day Nursery Librarian Reports 50 Per Cent Decline In War Books Use, Added Interest In Housing, Remodelling: Information A gift by the Naugatuclc Day Nursery of $4,500 to the Howard , T ,, „ ,. Whittemorc Memorial Library was nrnnd of Lt George Carroll, acting announced at th(! ar)rua , meeting tier marshal. The heavy smoke cloud extender into the Metiopolitan building which extends from Grand streei to Printer's Court. Cause of tho fire has not yet been determined. It is believed to have started in the cellar of the warehouse. It was also reported that the warehouse contained several thousand dollars worth of merchandise. The three alarm fire, with its bellowing black smoke, attracted a large crowd. Several families occupying apartments in the building were forced to evacuate$35 Contributed For March Of Dimes Basketball Benefit •.Preliminary returns on . ..ticket I 1 sales far the "March -of Dimes bas- |kutbo.ll benefit at the Y Friday •| amount to $35,60 Postmaster .Frank IT, Green, chairman of the drive. i announced thii morning. j Postmaster Green announced tho | following additional had purchased reserved, seats: Leo J. Brophy (one) $1.00 _Howard Thuraton (two) .... 2.00 JMilton Lent (two) <J.OC ANITA SAFFKAN die Brecliec with served nt 8 p. ni- i n nor to bti Speech Defects Checked At School The annual check up on public ichool 'pupils I'or speech defects is .inderwny :-.t the High school. Miss Grnildine Garrison, super- ,'iMOr of speech and hearing service.*, fonn. State Department of education, is conducting the work f chocking I'or defects and mnk- tig recommendations, Wurder Trial To Jury Today Jewish Sunday School Opens Here February 2 For the first time in the histor of the borough a Sunday schoo will be available to children o Nnugatuck's Jewry. Classes will open Sunday morn ing, Feb. 2, in tho Community Cen tor on Fairvicw avenue, at 10:3' o'clock, and will continue until 12 o'clock noon. Registration will bc completed at this session. Under the guidance of Mre.'Law rence Matzkin, Mrs. Leynard Eer cccr and Mrs. Abraham Rubin, chil drcn from live years of age through school ages will be instructed in Sunday school activities. Assistance in organization is being given* by A. Hillel Henkin, executive director of the Jewish Bureau of Education, New Haven and Mr. Matzkin, president of Congregation Beth Israol. Instruction will include the meaning of JewiBh Bible stories, sig- niricance of holidays, Jewish history, ceremonies and songs, and other matters pertaining to Jewish ife. Salem Teachers To Meet Parents Parents of fourth, flfth and sixth grade pupils of the Salem school The murder trial of Robert Era'l- oy ftt New Havnn goe.i to the iury - - odav. Superior Court Judge Her,- »« invited to attend a meeting oth' Wvnne has denied a motion with tca( -, hors ot thosc ? radc ? scheduled for tomorrow evening at S o'clock in the kindergarten room the school, it was announced by Miss Helen school principal. or n directed acquittal. Two local residents are members f tho jury. They are: Mrs. Rutr ehoflnld, S7 Hill street and WIJ- am Schmidt, 81 Galpln strnnt and sque P. Valois. Beacon Falls, is so on the jury. IDE.NTIFIKD The body of n 29-year-old wom- n found on the bank of the Little ver in New Haven has been c-ntined. The woman i.? said to bc Mrs. va Sunberg Degley. of Preparations Made To Move House Across Main Street Beacon Falls A two-story house, formerly owned by Mrs. Frank Erico, will soon be moved from the west side of Main street to the cast side where It will be placed in use as a post office. The old post office on Main street will bo razed. Preparations I'or moving the building are nearly complete. Yesterday telephone wires were raised to make way for tho moving- The garage on thcs property will be moved by trailer. The ground floor will bo used as a post office and the""second"story will be altered'^'into two ments of four rooms each. apart- Bulldogs Nip Esquireft The St.- Michael's Bulldogs nipped the Esquires of Watertaury jy a score of 50-49 in St. Michael's Lyceum Monday night. Kevlt ref- reed the ^basketball game. Smoker Tonight At St. Michael's Parish House Harry Bcrham will be guos speaker and will show movies o the Yale-Harvard ar.d other foot ball games at the men's smoker in St. Michael's Parish House to of the library'sxEoard of Trustees at the library on Monday evening. The sum has been added to the endowment from which the library receives i-ts support. The Nursery association voted several months ago to disband. The librarian, Miss Jessie F. DeShong, reported .1 circulation of 71, -165 books and magazines and 14,257 pictures, with gains in the use of both adults' and children's books. Among adults there was greater use of the library's informational and educational materials and services, a special interest in books on new housing, re- modelling and household carpon- try, and a decline of about 50 percent in the use of war books. According to the report many nonresidents have applied for readers' cards- The library now has 2077 adult and 1562..children registered ca borrowers.- '•"•"" The report of the Children'!-, Library noted an increase in. the njMmbcr of first grade pupils who use the. library, some upon the recommendation of their iqachers as gatuck War Council, and it has been announced that the library Is to receive the In Memoriam volume compiled by Miss Helen Mo- roncy honoring Naugatuck's war dead in World War II- The report of Treasurer of Ihe Howard Whittemorc Memorial Library for the year ending Dec. 32, 1946, follows: Receipt* From Interest, Endowment Fund S '-1,422.71 From Interest, Sinking Fund C28.2C From interest, Special Sinking Fund 870.2S From Interest Ellen Spencer Fund From Naugatuck Public- Library Trust From Librarians Cash Account From Bonds Called From Naugatuck Day Nursery From. Withholding Tax (Contra ) .......... 3C0.89 8,540.33 1,190.30 5,250.00 4,500.00 980.60 Dikburnement* For Salaries a help in learning to road. Thirty- ! For F . ucl eight story hours were held at the For Lighting Plan Dance The American Legion Women's \uxilinry will sponsor a Valentine lance Feb. 7 Hall. at the Recreation Mrs. Jessie Rinn Taken By Death Mrs. Jessie. Rinn, mother of Mrs. ,, 'rank Smith of' Bradley street. Moroncy ' nd sister of Mrs. Mary Harvey of In accordance with plans carried out last fall whereby parent- teacher relations wore clarified by Olive street, died this morning nf- ter an illness of several days' at her home, S Howltt .road, West HARRY BENIIAM ight. The smoker starts at 7:30. Other guests will be Fritz Bar- zilauskas, Waterbury, star tackle of lust year's Yale grid team, .and Earl Ziegler, Yale junior varsity coach 1 . Harold Brown will be 'toastmaster and Henry Zwick will be in charge of refreshments. Included on the arrangements library, with an attendance of 1S87 children. Progress was reported n classroom loans, where 6760 books wete circulated for home use, and in the use of the picture file, which registered a gain for he sixth consecutive year. In that period the circulation of pictures has grown from under 3000 to more han 14,000. Gifts Received The following books were among the gifts to the Children's Library during 194G: Indian Harvest, by Lucas, ape). Farm Animals, by Hogner, give'n" by the Garden Department of the Naugatuck Woman's Club; 'the D'Aulaire's Abraham Lincoln, and the Christ Child, illustrated by the Petershams, presented by friends in memory of Mrs. Jane Chittenden Elmore. Among the gifts to the Adult Library were Geoffrey Chaucer of England, by Chute, given by friends in memory of Robert Grant, Christ and -the Fine Arts, l>y Maus, given in memory of Miss Mary Spencer »by Mr. and Mrs. Milton Forde, and Northrop's Meeting of East and Wetst, given jy friends in memory of John Clayton Klein. Mrs. Edward Hance presented to the library the Scrap Book which she had prepared recording the activities of the Nau-1 Zehr.der. $26,752.38 $ 9.709.23 486.77 576.65 2,252.20 $54.25 250.00 93S.63 To Special Sinking Fund 992.16 For New Books For Repairs, etc To Endowment Fund To Sinking Fund Gain Of $641,335 Shown Over Last Year Without Revised Assessment Of RFC Property A record-breaking Grand List for 1946 will be recorded in the borough following Una) .tabulations, it was revealed today by Assessors Louis J. Com laky and John I Broadrick, when in disclosing the Grand List as $25.218,235 they plated "it. IB expected the tola! will be increased by an additional $3,500,000 from the Reconstruction Finance Corp., owners of property leased to the Synthetic division of the U. S, Rubber Co." This will carry the total to $28,718,235. Even in its present form, the 1946 Grand List is the greatest ever recorded in the borough'* history, and is an increase of $641,335 over last year's list. Net total for the inside district is set at $22,044,925, and in the ouuidc district as $3,173,310. The revised Synthetic plant assessment will be put on the books by the board of tax review. $ervlceni<;n*ii Exemption! Servicemenf; exemptions hit a new high this year being $657,030, against a total of $468,775 in the 1945 Grand List. Exemptions In the inside district are $506,030, and in the ouuidc $151,000. Due 'to extensive construction of dwelling* -and factories during the pats year,' the "greatest increase* are noted in these two item* in both districts, as well as on automobiles. Decreases are recorded. In the inside district on To Ellen Spencer Fund 214.8S To Bridgeport People's Savings Bank 5,000.00 To Collector of Int. Revenue (Withholding Tax) 980.60 Uniinvested Balance $22,252.31? 4,500.00 $26.752.38 The members of the Board of Trustees of the Library arc: Ha rri» Whittemorc, Jr., chairman. O»''ii*ie B. Tuttle, secr»tai-y-tr§»iurer, Mrs. H. D. Gibbud, rinding Olson and James P. Sv/tency. T'ljJ-iime tner.ibers staff are: Miss Jo.-isie ibi-arJan, Miss Janet assistant librarian and Children ibrarian, and Miss Concelia Bar bieri. The part-time members — Mis. Frances Burns and Mrs. Emil Gibbs. The student assistants are: Miss Joby Ann Christian, Miss Ann De laney, Miss Barbara Olson, Miss Jean Vagt, and Miss Dorothy lots, hoices, neat cattle, carriages, furniture and in the outside district on acres of land, horses, heat cattle, furniture. In the outside district increases also are seen in stores and Jots, The increased tax revenue an has been stated by the assessors is expected to come mainly from the Synthetic plant, with suggested uses for the additional revenue being to reduce taxes, increase service or liquidate tax notes now owed by the borough to banks in the estimated amount of $75,000. Gross assessors' valuations for some of the industrial plants in the borough have been listed a* follows: .U. S. Rubber Co., $2.759.570; Nnup-atuck Chemical, $1.952,320; SynUj.«t\r, $603,705 (without re; vision;; Eiit»rn Malleable Iron Co., J5SO.S90; Nau s «Jaelt Water Co., $561,610; Peter Paul, Ino, (709,895; Naug-amck Development Co. Inc., t'.ie $232,670; N'augatuclt Glass Co., To Plan Father- Son Banquet The committee for the Boy Scout ather and son banquet will meet onight at the home of Bruce Fishr, New street extension, to make nal plans for the affair. Members of the committee are: 3ruce Fisher, chairman; Francis Clark and Stanley Dibble.- The anquct will be held Fob- 13 in St. Michael's church parish house. losemary Lamanno Arrives In Germany Miss Rosemary I^manno, daugrt- Trailer Truck Catches Fire are: James Heavens, friends are invited. of Mr and Mrs. Anthony L,o- anno. 212 Scot.t strtfit, is ovei- as as d. civilian employe with the Army F.xchanjfn Rervico A trailer truck traveling north on North Main street, Union City, caught fire this morning- at 11:30. The crew of the pumper sent to the .scent- extinguished the blaze with a. 15 pound tank of carbon dioxide according to Fire Chief John J. Sheridan. Chief Sheridan said the truck's brakes had tightened causing the Ire ar.d that damage was slight. Tho truck, owned by the Standard Express Company, -J92 ^Mcridcn road, Waterbury, was driven away under its own power. jei-s of t'.ie $232,670; N'augatuclt Glass Co., $?5> F. DcShong. j 700; Naugatuck Manufacturing Co B. Merrill, | $53,175; T. F. Buttorfleld, Inc., $39.>H /~*l^4M»t.A.*> 56*1 Individual Owner* Largest individual property owner in the borough is Mrs. Marie Neary for the estate of William J. Neary, valued at approximately *126,000. Gaetano Sileo is believed to he the next greatest with about $110,000, and Ralph Pasho, third, with an estimated $105,000. Additional revenue to be obtained is received through liquor permit license*, borough court and interest on laxei and ^assessments. The board of tax review will ba in session' in. the town hall begin- nining- Feb. 1 to receive appeals from property owners on assessments. Sitting (n the afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock; the board will hear appeal* Feb. 1, 6, 19. 26 and March l. Members of the board are Chairman James Cuddy, G-corge Lambert and Arthur Stin«on. Last year the grand list w«u» in* creased by $870 by the tax review board. Of the ten appeals heard one was granted in the amount of committee chairman; William R, Moody, publicity; and : Hoechst, 'n^rmanyi Oswald Tower, projection. j Miss Lamanno arrived; overseas. All men of the church and their' Dcc . 30 , me;'at Bremerhaven, Get- many. She is a graduate or similar meetings of other grades, I Roxbury. Mass. other meetings will b c conducted I Mrs - Rinn •"• wel1 known visitor this spring. Purpose of the 1 sessions" is to provide an opportunity for parents County Republicans To Meet Friday The annual meeting of the Nev/ Haven County Young Republican clubs will be held Friday evening, Jan, 31 at Wavcrly Inn, Cheshire. Officers will be named anij in- Eighty-Seven Attend Lecture By Dr. Ames Eight seven attended the first In she s t'u d f;e d psychology. economics and to the borough, is also survived by stalled. several nieces and nephews in Nau- j Howard Sagendorf, r 11 i r 1 n y gatuck. and teachers to discuss informally I Mr. and Mrs. Smith left, today treasurer, will be named as dele- g\ate-at-large. Jt is expected several the program activities of those pu- for Boston where the funeral will j members of .the Naugatuck Younir i pila of the Intermediate grades, 'be held Saturday, IG. O. P. club will attend. .High School and attended Co!um-;a series of five lectures on the rals- bia University in .Nnw York, where! ing and development f children at the High school last night, Mrs. Gertrude M, Madigan, director of adult education announced this morning. Dr. Louise Rates Ames, assistant to Dr. Arnold Gesselt, director of Child Development, Yale University, conducted the .lecturo. Dr. Bates will give the four othrr tmk= on successive Tuesdays: Feb. 4, 11. 18 and 25. Car Stolen Here, FounrJJn Bridgeport A car stolen In-.Union City last night was recovered "in Bridgeport today by police of that city. Ray Decker, North Main street, Union City reported the theft to local police last night. Mr. Decker had parked the car and left it for" several minutes, finding it eons on his return, .police »a!d. —All Nuonlucfc U talkln* •bout. Ike 1047 Hlndrbnkrr. the mo.t bMtlUtnl cur In 111 field. Sre It M tatun * *•(» »UTU».—A4f. The 1946 Grand List as released >y the assessors today is 045 follows: Inside District 2609 1-3 dwellings, 19.595,645; 1,50 barns, sheds and 388,885; 3475 1-2 lots, ,„„„„„«, J6 stores nnd office buildings «SI 16,485; 3624 automobiles and' mo- toiies S2.439.395; 491 acres of land, $116,481: 3624 automobiles and mo- •torcyclcs, $1,100,435; machinery Sl,730,065; 2 horse*. (IM; 1 ne « cattle, $50; jewelry. $6,525; furniture, libraries and musical instruments, $172,675; farming Implements and mechanics tools, »is,290;. goods of manufacturers and merchants. $1,473,780; cable., conduits and water pipes, $778430- one sailing vessel, $1,000: aH 'taxable property not previously mentioned, $56,930; ten percent additional, $63,490. Total, $22,550,956- exomptiona. $506,030. Net toU>' $22,044,925. ' Number, of lists (includes nonresidents and ex-*crvicemen), 5,002. (Continued On Pmc* S) —Grout o*k Farm Milk to »*•*»«*« *M ni.uttri.* M HI,-tana few* to tuck Dnfer sjMt M M. MM

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