Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on February 1, 1947 · Page 1
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0HPZRATVRE REPORT j a. m. • « it, m. . JO », in. 34 30 2(1 38 "A Progressive Newspaper For a Progressive Community THXW1ATR1R MtiMachuMtU, Connecticut Mid Rhode Island—Flair and coldsr today. Increasing: cloudtnasB tonight followed by occasional mow or rain tonight or Sunday. . • • Eaatport to Block Island—Moderate, westerly wind* becoming gentle variable. Vol. LXXI, No. 27 ESTABLISHED 1885 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1947 Leased Wire Service of the United Prew Price Four Oenti P U C Orders Operation Of Four Local Bus Routes .. LATE . . I (By United 1'rc.i.i) CUT ROt'T£8 ,* pHjilnjr, Chlmi— llellulile military reports suiy communlxt troop* n.'ivu cut the V. S. Marine evacuation route nlonjr the rntU roud Irom Felplng to TiontHln, for The second time In three Uitys. — ooo — COAL SiTlMKK 0);icc Bay, Nova Scotia — This United Mine Workers. union, In. .Nova Scotia says u. full-jcalo coal strike is under way, Thtr- tcon thousand mcmbui-s of thu union nrc salt! to have walked out if tiir pits it n hour ancud o! schedule last night. The walkout Is over a demand (or wn«o Increases. - OOO -.SIGNS BILL WMtiilncton — President Tru- nuin hn» sljjnncl thu lljmt hill by the new JU.'[)ublJfy»n Town Meeting Off Pending Word On Highway Program The )iund» Imnu'dlutv dischur..i;oH to clerk* of defeated MjiuUor.H ami to om- ployr» of ConxruMxIunul cotnniH- Ire.i I'lli'ilniitrU In thu rcorifimlzu- tlon not, —ooo — CM.L OFF STIUKK Tokyo— Leaciff.'i or 100,000 .Iii]> ancjo express workers culled off a sclK'dulcc; midnight strike f.<>. day in the second capitulation 'o Con, Dougln.t MucAi'thui''.s oi'doi'i within two day*. -- OOO -- fld|;r!i(lr. Yugoslavia — II) !• Y'u- (uiluv government aiinouiicwi It tins Mi-nt two noto* io thu vntl- i-nii protecting alleged aid glvnn wnr crimlniilK In reaching South Amprlt'ii. The government also snj-* It IIIIH dcmumkil tin; return of live No-Milled "notorluiiN Ynj{o- kluv war criminal*" Miiid (n bo In Vntlcnn territory --- OOO -- GRAOL'ATI-; CUTS •Washington — Republican Si;nun- tor Robert T.if.r. of Ohio sayu tlic Republican tax reduction pr«(from culls foi' graduated cuts ot 10, 15 »nd 20 per cent. Ho says flatly that t'.in-c will br no nut of 20 per cent for everybody. ---- 000 - TIIIM UUIJOKT WitxhliiKtiHi — Hc|ilibUr;iiu JC(:|H * wntnthc Jolui TU»HII< of Notv Voi-k I uiciw* with Tuft I. lilt, I'rinldtmt Trunwn'.t hmlgot cstlmutu can Iw trimmed h,v ,<i,'(,5«(>,«fi[i,«(iri, Tn- Iwr «i,y«. the WH.V tf> t |o till* I.H to Ilru I.OW.WW gnvrriummt cm. Proposes $2,400 Basic Salary For Teachers Hull-ford, Feb. 1 (tjl't- A batik- •J2-IOO n year .salary for fill school Icnohois l.s proposed in n bill Introduced In the tcgl.sifitiirc. Author of the bill l;i Representative Edna liMgerlon of Stamford, who IH chairman or the cducn- tlon cominlttoc. The JlMfid >!iil;iry i.s I he minimum recently doclnrnd ncccMHni-y by tho Cunncc.ticuL State Tonuherii usao- clntlon. Fined $25 On Theft Charge txnils DeCiirolls, 18 0 C 700 North Main struct, Watcrliury. charged with theft, was fined ?2S by Judfi-e Alcrtln U Caino In borciu^h court this morninK. It w«» iillesccl that the youth, on or about Jnn. 13, *t»lc n battery find !i heater from ^wo cars parked in a | ot on South Thp- companion ca.suw'of Anthony Residents Disturbed By Report Construction May Be Delayed Until 1948 Bocnusc of uncertainty over plans of the State Highway Department Cor completion of the Beacon Falls highway project, a town meeting scheduled for Thursday night has heon postponed indefinitely, First ^Selectman Frank Scmplcnski announced today. The NEWS yesterday reported, after interviewing an official of the Highway Department, that 'the Beacon Fnlla project might be delayed until 19'18. Mr. Somplcnskl said he immediately contacted an official of the Ken Rapief f To Serve As Auctioneer Veteran Announcer Volunteers For NEWS March Of Dimes Program Kenneth Rapieff,. >Taugatuck native and veteran radio announcer, , , will servo as auctioneer at the department and was told he would | NaUCTtuck Nows March of Dimes have a Melinite and official 1 an- *„„»,„„ T,, BO ,T»« ni^hf *f r.hf, Asks Dismissal Of Portal Case Mwor concerning the matter by : ihc first, part of next week. Tho tou-n meeting was called for the purpose of taking action cm the building of a new town hall 01- moving the present building, rtiklng action on a 'trunk sewer line to be put through the new main highway, and to transact any other business properly coming before the meeting. A number of projects have been planned, all depending upon final completion this year of the high way work. Mr. SemplensUi said '.he en-tire town was greatly con- earned over the report that the work might be delayed until 1918. The first selectman said further nlans for the town meeting would be announced when further word WHS heard from the highway department. M|u>clul Survlui* Marilyn Ferguson, Doris Mitchell, Bovoi-ly Wile-ox, .Roger lilvuns, and Henry Ford, members of the United Fellowship of the United church will participate in the special service scheduled for Sunday morning at 10:113 p'clock at the church. Rev. Bartlctt, the pa.'itor will officiate ut the morning Hour nf Worship .service, ut 10MO o'clock. Klirnc Mr-i. Patrick Owens, and her infant son, have returned from the St. Mary's hospital, and are now at their home on Burton road. Dunce A public dance will be held this pvoning in the Beacon Falls Rr.c- rnfillnn club. Dancing will bet from n tr, I, Music will be furnished by tlio "Lamplighter:;" from Water- bui-y. M|SM Biirtifira MrGeevcr in cn- .loylnR- hrr mid-Mcmc.stnr vacation, HI. her home on Pclapar avenue. Sho i« a Htudcnt at the New School of Design, In New York city. I.i'k'lmi Mootin;; There will he a meeting of the American Lr~ir>n. Schaefcr-Fisher I'out 2.'i, on '1'unsday evening at 7:30 o'clock, In tho White Eagle hall. Auction Tuesday night at the Salem Playhouse. Several hundred dollars worth of merchandise, contributed by Naufi-atuck merchants, will be of- Ten-Cent Fare, Transfer System Provided; Service To Start In Fifteen Days Chief iisslstunt to U. S. Attorney, .John F, Sonnctt (left) talks to August School, president of the Michigan CIO council, between session of hearings in Detroit on the celebrated Mt. Clemens Pottery portal CUHO. Tho government attorney asked for the dismissal of the which estjihlisliod the precedent for the ClO't* mimy portiil-to- C. H. Green Buys Lewis Home For Funeral Parlor Former Residence Of Rubber Industry Pioneer, Once Showplace Of Society, To Be Completely Renovated Tho 21-room George Ai Lewis homo fit GS Ten-ace avenue, once a. center of New England social activities, lias been purchased by Clarence H. Green for use as a Iiortal CIIKCS which tvre now wultiiiB to he hoard nil over the country. (International) Assessment On Synthetic Plant Set At $3,767,835 Fixed Equipment And Machinery Of RFC Leased By United State Rubber Company funeral home, it was learned : to- Purchase was made from the owners, Mrs. Harriet Rossi tor Lewis, of Claremont N. H., widow of the rubber industry pioneer and late millionaire, and George A. Lewis of Cambridge Mass., son of the late Tracy S. Lewis, for approximately 520,000. The sale was handled by Walter Norwash, local realtor, as agent for the owners. I Mr. Green who now conducts a mortuary business here at 62 Oak street, and in Torrinffton at 59 Wilson avenue, said the new funeral home would be occupied as soon as extensive renovations were completed. The house has been vacant I7ic past several years. Mr. Green, brother of Postman- lei- Frank T. Green, plans to occupy the second floor of the building as livinpc quarters, with his wife, the former Catherine Talbot of Naupatuck. and their daughter. Au- Or- KENNETH HAl'lKFIT fcrcc! -Cur -sale at auction, the funds derived from the bidding to K° to the March of Dimes. Fixed equipment and machinery of the Synthetic Rubber Plant, leased from the Reconstruction Finance Corporation by the United States Rubber Company, has been assessed for $3,767,835. Assessors Louis Comiskcy and John „.!.._ fich i-ToyqaJed -today. •-..-•- fi£urcs""bas been. in. question since the start of negotiations between the assessors and representatives of the rubber company and the RFC, following a ruling that the properties, once deferred from local taxation, can- now be included on- the tax lists, 'vi This is in addition to the assessment of $600,000 on buildings. Unless the RFC contests the assessment successfully, the $3,767,- S3-1 will be added to the fri-sind list by the board of tax review which starts holding sessions today. The Mr. Rfipicff, a former employe of i addition of thi; RFC property .-* .1., funrl sir New <'d . nnrl Floyd Trupkuuskiis, 175 Miln street. Ansonla. char K with violations of the rules of tnp road, were nollcd without pnv- mcnt. The two drivers were Involved In a slight accident on Rlv- ernido drive, J un . 20. M«d rid -Official quarters say ncWs P«P<"' dispatch adrid, reporting thtfi Gonio Fmnctaco Franco had been slightly wounded by an m-my I'lfmcr in an apparent attempt at Is "ahsolulcly f.ils ,"' COU.KCTIOH « rubbish colloc- There will be Ion In the V«rdcn Lcn Brophy has week, un- RubbUh will ho eollectea on tho Ijftat aide on Monday nnd oh the Wc»t «ldc on Wcdncid«y No Immediate Plans To Move, Local 45 Officials Report Officials of T.,cnal 45. United Rubber. Cork, Linoleum nml Plastic Workers of America. CIO, said late yesterday that the Local has no definite plans for moving from their present quarters on South Main street. It was said, however, that the Local set up a building i-onimittcc some time ago which has been studying the feasibility of changing quarters. The NOWH carried u story yesterday to the effect that Uic I-ocril wns contemplating moving '.o n new location on Water street. the rVaugatuck News yesterday agreed In undertake the job sis auctioneer, one that he will handle with understanding and (inessc. He has been alliliatcd with Radio Station WJCC, Bridgeport, for tho past ten years. IHorr Contributions More merchants contributed additional gifu to the auction today. 'Among thorn were: Two pairs of silk hose, valued .•it 5:!>0, from the G. C. Murphy Co. A hand painted table cloth, retail price $5.01). the Kennedy Store. Rain coat, vulued at $1S,95. from Rubins, Two toilet sets, vuluc, JKi.OO, Car- i-jll Cut Kate. Lady'.s robe, -value. $11,00, Raphael's. . Tho nuction will Klart promptly at 7:30. Falcon Bakery Reported Sold A well known Naugatuck bakery l« now under new management, having bren sold last week to a Wtiterbury resident. The F a 1 c ;i n Bakery, School Htreot, was .sold Saturday, Jan. 25, by John Zcmbroski. Naugatuck, to Edward VV, Eazarsky, 96 Wood .•itreet, Watcrbury. —All Niiillnlili'k In tnlklnn nliout Ihf 1041 Hludebiikrr. the maul bniullful cnr la III (Irld. Set U »t N»ut»tucli Oatliry * Autt ••rriot.— Air, West Side Club Completes Plans For Feb. 8 Dance Mrs. i-rerlo Hyde Js chairman of the arrargenlL-nt-s committee for «i risince to be conducted by the West Sldr Community -Club February S at the Falcon Blue Ball -Room. John Heavens and his orchestra will provide music. _• Assisting Mrs. Hyde rjn the committee are Mrs. Oswald Tower. Mrs. Honry Racki. Mrs. Charles l-fiint-jr. Mrs. John O'Donnell, Ed ward Migone. .Pai-ker Matthews. Mrs. Edward Lyons, Mrs. Trcorgc l-fi3ci-t and Kenneth Ralphs. brings the local grand list, close to the 29 million dollar mark. Autlioriziition . Following is the letter written by Attorney General William L. Hfiddcn to Tax Commissioner Walter W. Walsh, holding that exemptions formerly enjoyed by the RFC on such properties have been removed: Hon. Wallet- W. Walsh, State Tax Commissioner, St;Ue OlTlce Building, Hartford, Connecticut. Dc-ir, Commissioner Walsh: This is to acknowledge receipt of your inquiry together with the Corporation v.' County of Beaver, Pennsylvania, U. S, Supreme Court Case No. -10, October Term, 1945, Decided May 13, 1946), It has long been the established practice ia .Connecticut .to assess, machinery' 1 'with-arid'as part of the realty ....when—it-is- permanently attached to (.he land or building and intended'to be used as a fixture in connection with them. Sp'rague v. Town of Lisbon, 30 Conn. 18, .1861. Stamford • Gas vino 1 Electric Co. v. Stamford, (i Conn. Supp. COD, 1938. No rule of universal application has been laid down to determine when machinery annexed to realty becomes a fixture, and thus part of the realty, hut, as skated by our Supreme Court, "—one perhaps that • come.3 ivearsr to it than any other SpncloulN Ground* The transaction Includes the house and garage and spacious grounds facing on Terrace, Mill- /ille and Hillside avenues. In years home with Mr. and Mrs. Green and will return to Naugatuck with them when the building is ready for occupancy. Mr. Green has been conducting his mortuary here for nbout one year, having' taken over the businesses of the la-te Henry McCarthy and the late Michael Honan. He first, came to Naugatuck following his graduation from St. Bonavcntu-.-e's College in 1926, in association with his brother Frank in the gasoline and auto accessories business. He was captain of V I lit ClliU iilllfi *..».«.•— ,.—*•*.-*- — -. ,- --- — J- J U I* » >u past it was a showplace and focal |-lhe college football team point of society. The • Lewis en- T " 1Q " h " »"">"'" 1 1 tourage once listed a 'fuli staff of household servants including a Japanese butler, plus a stable of. 16 horses and a complete array of tuck Water Co,- building .was once used as the family, stable. In 3932 he entered tho McAllister School oC Embalming. After graduation he became associated with Walter B. Cooko Fu- ntjral Homes. _Hc returned to his native Tov- rlnt'on in 1912 and established his own 'business. . . • •...•...,.. March Of Dimes Campaign Totals $1,600 Today A total of $1,000 has been collected for the March of Dimes campaign whic!) ended officially yesterday, Postmaster Frank T. is, that it is essential to constitute | Gl . ccni cnail . man O f the drive, an- 11 fixture that an article should not only be annexed Lo the freehold, hut U);it it should clearly appear from an inspection of the property itself, taking into consideration lire character of the annexation, the nature and adoption of the article annexed to the uses and purposes to which that part of the building w.-i.s appropriated at MID time the annexation was mafic, and the relation of the party nounced today. Postmaster Green emphasized that final accounting •will not be complete until about Thursday of next week, and urged ali those who have not n:ade returns to do so during the weekend. Postmaster Green said that a total of $93.40 has been returned from schools In addition ! lo a m o (i n t s previously announced. making it to the property in qtics- 1 prospect Street school contribution, that a permanent accession to tho frcch-old was intended to be made by Uic annexation of the article." (Cy)en Peckham, letter from Aldro Jenks, Tax As- Conn. SB, !M). This question i.s one Three Newspapers Suspend Operations (By United Press) " There arc three less newspapers on .sale today in Philadelphia ami Camclcn, New Jersey. The Philadelphia Record and '.he Post and tho Courier in Cam- clrn have suspended publication. following the announcement Publisher J. David Stern thu-! by he will .sell tho throe papers, and radio station WCAU, to the Evening Bulletin in Philadelphia. Stern says the papers are bning sold because ho has found it impossible to obtain a fair settlement of a threc-months-old strike by the American Newspaper Guild at the three publications. sessor, City of Watcrbury. You request our opinion as to whether or not machinery owned by the Reconstruction Finance Corporation and attached to its buildings in Watcrbury is assessable as "ro'al estate." Congress provided in the Reconstruction Finance Corporation Act, ns amended, that "any real property", of this governmental agency or its subsidiaries "-shall be subject (.0 the same extent according to its value «.s other real property is taxed." (Se'o Section CIO, Title 15, U. S. Code. 1.0-JO Ed), Our Connecticut Statutes now permit local taxation of property of the United States to the extent authorized by Congress (see Section 270h, 1945 Supp!c-ment|to the <Teneral Statues). In a recent decision o£ the United State.-; Supreme Court, sustaining tho imposition of a tax on; certain machinery .of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation in Pennsylvania which had becom''o-"an integrated part of Uic manufactory" of Fact in each appear instance and necessarily for local determination. It is, therefore, our opinion Lhut machinery of the reconstruction Finance Corporation assessable in Connecticut only when annexed lo the realty as a fixture. Very truly yours, WILLIAM L.- HADDEN, Attorney General. By FRANK W. FLOOD, Ass'i. Attorney General. Blessing Of Throats Planned Monday In Catholic Churches Naugatuck Catholic churches will observe the Fcfist of St. Blaise Monday with . tho blessing of throats. On Sunday, the Feast of the Purification, can.dlcs w j|] be and . thus under • the laws of that blessed. -itTlo a part of the realty, the Court j BJen-singof throats will take place said in part: "-we think the Con-,; ; n g t . Francis' church Monday gi-ossional purpose can best be »c- j morning after, t-hc 7:30 Mass.. at ed .$82,70 of this total and St. Hcd- wig's school returned $10.00. All returns from thu March of Dimes basketball doubleheadcr were not in this morning. Post- mnstcr Green said, in announcing a total of $150 in partial collections. He expressed himself as "deeply gratified" with the results, was "extremely grateful" Lo Felix Zembruski and his orchestra who furnished music, the officials. Edward Mariano, Robert Ruccio, Russell Weaving, and Edward Fox FritK Klambt. ticket taker: Frank Shea, doorman; the managers and players of the four teams paKici paling, and Herbert E. Brown who donated use of the Y facilities. An auction at the Salom Playhouse Tuesday evening starting at 7:30 o'clock will wind up -tho March of Dimes drive locally Disaster Relief Work Of Red Cross Reviewed By Perry Harold R. Perry, chairman of the Lionel LeClair thorized And dered To Conduct 90 Days Trial PerU od Run Of Four Routes A climax was reached today in the nearly two year old discussion and study of the bus transportation situation in the borough, when the l^ublic Utilities' Commission! announced authorization and order of four routes to be operated by Lionel LeClair, local bus 1'ranchiae holder, to begin within 15 d-iys. The order also provided 1 Tor a transfer system. For-~90 days Mr. LeClair will on- as pro PUC on of ±>otil the Naugatuck Bus Transportation Committee routes and those- recommended by Mr. LeClair and hi» osur.scl, Ally. Th-omas Neary. in Cent Faro A maximum rate of fare for the four routes will be 10 cents a pcr- ,son for transportation from any point on any given route to' any ot'hcr point -on the route, and through the i.>su.ince of transfers, r.n extra charge will bn made to any point on anw of the routes. Granted a temporary certificate for the 90 days trial period over the four i-outes, the certificate held by Mr. LeClair for two other bus operations will not be affected by the present grant of authority. Mr. LoClair is directed to discontinue the operation of service over tour other .routesBuilder -another'certifi- cate for the duration of the_.trial period. " , ' I'iirklDK Question In connection with Route Two the method of operation on Meadow slrec-t is dependent upon action of the borough to eliminate parking on the west and north side of the street, When the Bus Transportation Committee approved, the proposals of Mr. Willard some, weeks ago. Warden Leo J. Brophy parking could be eliminated , Naugatuck Red Cross Disaster) on^Uio^sti-cc^by^direction^of Police Preparedness and Relief Commit- 1 "" " ~~" '"" T "~ ~ *~"~ tec today stated National tragedies aren't looked forward to by anyone, but they do happen, and the American Red Cross has been and is prepared to utilize its resources, on a moment's notico, to help those I directly or indirectly affected the circumstances. During the 1944-15 fiscal year, for Chief John J. Gorhnlcy for a temporary period, with the board of warden and burgesses to approve permanent discontinuance. It is expected the borough board at its meeting- Tuesday evening ill act on the matter, by) Text of the PUC finding i s as follows: Based upcn the evidence present- instance, the Red Cross, took part in 20fi disaster operations through the United State.? alone. This num- iier included seven major disasters: the Hartford circus fire which will be remembered locally for o !ong long time, the North Atlantic hurricane, the Ohio Valley flood complished by application of set- 3 in the afternoon and again at tied state rules as to what constitutes "real property" so long as It is plain, as it state rules do crimination against the government,-". (Reconstruction Financfc is hero, that the not effect a dls- FLY BODY Copenhagen—The body of singer Grace Moore will be flown to Paris this morning in a Dutch Airlines Skymaster, The plane will continue to Madrid with the body if a Spaniard killed in the same plane crash, in which Miss Moore died last Sunday. —For mmllty Urjuom, Wlnc*. lletiri. etc., 8HOF FIRST at the Cltr rack- • «*e Store. 00 Brldia itreet. Prompt Uvuy, snywhtr* In town. Til. :30 p. m. Throats will be blessed before and after the 7:30 a. m. Mass in Si. Mary's church and after the novc- na devotions at 7:30 p. m. Candles will be blessed be-fore the 11 a. m. Mass Sunday-in St. Hedwig's church and throats blessed Monday at (.he 8 a. m. Muss and in •the evening at 7:30, FAY.BOOST Stafford Springs .— Workers Brass Workers Vote Secession From International A predicted revolt by bruss workers unions has taken place. The locals in Watcrbury, Torrington, Bridgeport and Bristol have voted to sever their ties with the Internationa.l Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers of the CIO. The secession vote was taken in protest to charges that the international president—Reid Robinson— followed the communist line. The cession vote had to be postponed for a week in- Ansonia, however. There police had to be called to restore order at a meeting of more than 700 employes of the Anat i sonia branch of the American c vcn. --...Stafford" Springs •plants';. -arc' going- to grot textile I Brass Company. No arrests were a pay boost. It IB announced that Monday they will receive a voluntary, general "wage increase of 15 cents ah hour. ... • made. — fircnl Oak Form milk li prntfumi nnd nnxtetirlird on the firm- tier* In Naow tuek under roo«t roolm and condition*. Id. 504* tu d»Uv«JT.— Ad»- of 19-15, the- Alabama-Mississippi-1'Ji 01 '.^ 0 ™ 160 ; Louisian.1 floods, the Illinois-Mis- « —•- ioui-j floods and tornadoes, and the Arkansas-Texas floods and tornadoes. Funds to pay for these services come for the most part from those raised by chapters in the drives rach year in each community. Since local chapters could not appropriate enough money for a local disaster, if it should come, national headquarters of the American Red Cross .swings into action whenever called upon. Floods and tornadoes arc HS much a sign of spring in some parts of the country as daffodils are in another. In those areas, through repeated flood experiences, a pattern has been set for helping those affected. However, in the case of, whose Course cannot be foretold, fires, train wrecks, explosions and so on. the Red Cross be ready with equipment, money and material without notice. The fact that the Red Cross is Jiblc to assist many thousands 01* persons with its experience and resources is a. credit to the American people who contributed (.lie funds so that they could be used for just such emergencies. ftl at- !hc hearing and the investigation of the several routes by the Commis.sion's Engineer and Ma report thereon, as above referred lo, the Commission finds that public convenience and necessity require the operation by tho applicant of a m-otoi- bus common car- his present Buell Heads USD Campaign Here Sherman R, Bnell, 275 Church street, has been named chairman of the local U. S. O. drive to raise $4,400. Mr. Buell is now forming a. committee to aid him in the campaign which is; scheduled to start Monday, Feb. 10, Announcements relative to the drive will .be mado n the near future. •—KverybtHly In Iftlklnit Hbnut JmiUHk-s- 'Clearance •( the -V«ur«luck Furniture 'Co.. South Mnln itmt. It's • R«l inouej- Mvlaif mot.—div. CcrlillOiito No. 126. over the following routes in the Borough and iq\vn nf Naugatuck: ROUTE 1 SUirlliiK at the terminal ut Uic corner of Maple ana Water Ktrpnlx, tlicnrc westerly on Maple street . to Church street, thence .southerly on Church street to Rubber avenue, thence wcit«trly on Riibhcr avenue to Cherry street, tlkcncc southerly on Cherry Ktrcct to Spencer wtrect, thence westerly on Sprnceo ntreet . lo tjonimn Ktrcct, thence northerly on Gorman street .to Soott street, thence westerly on Soott street Co Melbourne street (specified on .some maps a» Melbourne Hill), tiicnce northerly on Mel- honrne htreet to Rubber avenue thence easterly on Rubber avenue to Church street, thence north- crl.v on Church, street to Maple trtiwt, thence easterly on -Maple ntreet to Uic terminal. Also, on Sunday* only iu c'.m- ncction with church Norvlcos, from the terminal at Water and Maple streets, along Maple Kir-eel, Chnrch street, Division street, northerly on Mcndow ntreet to Meadow court, cairtorl.v on Meadow court to Church street and southerly on Church street to junction with authorized route ut Mnplc street. KOUTBt Assuming the BorouKh will eliminate parking on the west • mid north side of Meadow street between I>lvision street and Fairview avenue: Starting- at the terminal at tho corner of Maple and Water streets, thence westerly on Maple street to Church street, thence northerly on Church street ta» Division street, thence westerly on. Division street- to Meadow Ktrcct, .thence southerly on Meadow street to Fall-view avenue, thence northerly • on I-alrvtew avenue to CfoorfB stlWBt, HljalPg (Conttnuod On FH* tt J

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