Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on February 6, 1947 · Page 8
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 8

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, February 6, 1947
Page 8
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PAGE- »—NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), THURSDAY, FEB. 6, 1M7 Minor Court Judges To Hold Office Until June 30 Hartford, Feb. 6 —(UP) —Senate Majority Leader Luke H. Stupleton, Cheshire, said today that no attempt would be made to remove th« minor court Judffo.s whoso in- PATTY SIIKI.US TO OKIIKK FOR PARTY NEEDS CITY BAKERY B. F. STOPPANI, Prop. ifapU Street Telephone 8678 PLAY POOL and Bowl at the R & M ALLEYS t« MAPI.K STKKKT ter.lm terms expire the 12th of T'Vbruary. Tln'v will romiiin in offlro until .linn' ::0 lo pDnipli'ti 1 a full two- vi-iir term. "That uppcaiM to bi> our policy,; 1 Wild Stapli-toii,. when Liuhcitl con- ci.'i'nlnK repoit.s -;hnt previous in- trntions U) repliii'e the judifu'i had born ubandoned. Another hl^ii party source naid: "Wo don't want to dump a few Democrats and open ourselves to charges of pntronaA'c-Krabbinp;, ( >s- licnially when only a few months nre Involved," Thi; JIH.IKCS wi'.ro appointed by former Governor Raymond E, Baldwin when the 1945 Legislature failed to confirm any of the court nominations. Relatively few of the direct appointments wont to Democrats. GET A JEEP Vlllir WIM.YS-OVKItl.AND Dritltr LIBERTY MOTORS, Inc 14 llnrriiHiB Avtau* Off £icb»a» I'luco. Waterbwv POST .ir.NJOK COLLKOE OF COMMERCE . nnnouncos with pleasure that PKTKR .). ATKSXOKAS hns joined the faculty of tho College Mr. Aiksnoras, -is a Kradiuuo of Mnri.inapolis College, Thompson. Conn., where he received his B. A., and of the University of Montreal where ho completed hbt M, A. in Philosophy. Following his M. A. in Psychology which he also received at tho University of Montreal, he .tpent three years at Fordham University v/h«re ho in now completing his Doctorate in Psychology. He will teach Applied r>syclioloKy rw ith relation to Salesmanship and Mnrketinff. .'-.. POST JUNIOR COLLEGE OF COMMERCE 2'l CKN'I'KAL AVKNL'R VVATEP.BURY, CONN. Board Closes Locust St Dump A .request by rtislden'ts of Locust street for the elipilnntion of a rubber refuse dump of the Null 1,'ntucl; Chemical on that atreni was gi-untud Tuesday evening at a meeting of '.the bonrd of warden find burgesses. A delegation ied by John Bonn appealed to the board for elimination of the nuisance and asked rpl 1 formal [icknowledtfomont. The spokesman said the company agreed to cover the dump, but up to that time had not done so. He said the .dump ignited Monday and creat ed a"hazard. | The board agreed no dumps should be allowed in any part, of the borough and voted to notify the Nhu- gatuck Chemical to cover the dump nnd refrain from placing any more refuse on property on Locust street. The board also voted that no dump may be created In either district of the borough without Citvit. obtaining a permit from the board. FARMER-OWNED T/ie Farmers Production Credit Association of Connecticut announces thiit it,is comple'tclv farm- er-nwned. The association wns organized thirteen years ago with n quarter of a million dollars furnished by the govewimenl.. Now the last installment of this debt has in-en paid off. Democrats Oppose Governor's Sitate Sales Tax Proposal (By United, Press) . Governor McConaughy's propose salts tax, won't find, it smooth sail ing 1 in the Legislature. Dnrnoci'atlo -leadens are violently opposed to tho. measure — whicl they .clajm hits ioo -hard at thi low WIXRO earner. The Democrat say thnt an income tax would be a fairer method or extracting the needed' extra money to Balance the budget. • ' Nor are the" Democrat!) alone with this sentiment.- -At least one Republican Is known to be planning to introduce an Income tax proposal thlo' week; '•-'. An aftermath 'of the governor's budget (messugn- is the revelation that the elate may not buy a former factory to . be turned', into n new atat'e-office building. Originally,.the state h'ad planned Lo buy a. bulldina on Flower street n Hartford but the governor is against: the.'move at this time. Comptroller Fred -R. Zeller discloses that he Is negotiating a long .crm louse on another building, Just Arrived! ! The New General Mills Tru-Heat Electric Iron Tin- Iron Betty Crocker in tulk- Injr llhont. Look at, these f(>;>- tii res: 1—Trii-Iient. Fabric- Si'lerlor 2— Tru-Flf, Hiindlu ,'t—Sufel.v Side Ri-st Bar 4 —.All Aronml SEInntcii KilfTf !i—pprncincntly Altaclipil (;onl Now Available At Report Murray Sends 7 or Reid Robinson There are .reports that C.I.O. President Philip Murray has.tusked Reid Robinson—president of the Mine, Mill and,. Smelter Workers— to confer 'with' hinr'bn'-tho threatened secession of 12 union locals in Connecticut, Pennsylvania and Maryland. The secession movement is said tit hf; led by forces opposed to Robinson's alleged loft-winf,' tendencies. While snmi! C.T.O'. national officials lire reported to' be sympathetic to i hi' union's right-wingers, they a-r opposed to the tactics of secession fed Cross Home The Red .Cross Homo Service re. .port for; the month. ,of January shows 11 cases handled during that period. -Thirty-three of the cases had been' continued from Decem- •ber, 29 .were new and nine cases were"'recurrent- Fifty-eight^ of the cases were, acted upon and 13 were riot. The report shows 31 cases were closed and 04 continued to February. Ot the cases 10 concerned active servicemen ond their dependents and 40 concerned -ex- servicemen and their dependents. Ten of the coses concerned clvll- lons. Other statistics graven by Home Service for the month of'January ore as follows: Reports' concerning servicemen, 3; Inquiries regarding servicemen, 1; assistance ' claims an'd-' benefit*, 10; family counsel- ling;, 33; referrals to other agencies, B; and. other services, 19. ': . • The nur.»inf? service report for the month of January shows a total of 330 nursing culls. New oatlcn-ts numbered 82 and patient!; dismissed totaled 81. Thirty mo- hers 1 ' well-baby conferences were lold during the month. - SECESSION DEPLORED The rebellion of Connecticut C r-O brasV worker* has brought protest from -within the" union . anks., The executive board of C-I:O' local In New Britain hn condemned v the ' 'secession move ment. ' The;- New Britain local di pi ores the 1 fact'that this gituatio arises at i" time "when the com pletc .unity of the C-I-O In Con ncctlcut Is . needed to combat re actlon,ary force* In bigr business =ongres» and' tha legislature." Additional Classified Announcements - NOTICE Aahes removed—rubbish remove from cellar. Sand and gravel. Gen ral movinff. Tel. 4292 or 4702. NOTICE ' FRANCIS DELFINO — Connect! cut's Finest Orchestras—All nixes available for dances, entertain merits and all social events V7tby. 3-4037- or 3-7361. NOTICE Funerals •!..' :'Mr». 'Julia Hurley .. Funeral services for Mrs. Julia Skehan) Hurley, will be hold tomorrow morning . from the Mul- ille Funeral Ho.-ne, Waterbury, to lie Immaculate Conception church, turlal will be in St. JamuW ceme- Iry.- 1 . • •113 No. Main Stl ' SI or Union City Open Friday .'Night Until 8 O'C.'lof.k Creonwich has Ms first, pnlicp woninn. Rl',o is Mrs. Gi'fico Nndle Ca'iil'oi'd, duUHti-ter of the late po lice chief. Mrs, Brim ford has bee a ctei'k in the detective burea since 1942 and previously wo^ town court probation officer fo two years. PASTOR RESIGNS Torrnston, Feb. 6—(UP)—Th pnstor 'of the Advent Christia church, the. Rov. Amo's D.. Page has resigned' becausu of ill health. The resignation will-become ef fective April 1, after which th pastor and his family' will live a New Milfos'd. NewHOMOGENIZED 3wtf winning new friends every day with jx amazing advantages //L. $S && ,ifi & % zg wj ^<t\ && *& r > ,•«• ^ ,w«: ss** ^^ >J «!S^ *•• 8£> 1 ^ Read on the wrapper what people say about the greatest improvement in bread making / J New Homogenized Bond J* Bread is richer, smoother, better-tasting, more di- gettible. 2 New Homogenized Bond Bread stays fresher days longer... no more bread wasted. 3 New Homogenized Bond Bread seals the flavor in ... does not dry out. ...*UAr#o New Homogenized Bond Bread gives you more tender, delicious crust. 5 New Homogenized Bond Bread keeps lunch sandwiches fresh, more delicious. j£ New Homogenized Bond 9 Bread toasts more evenly to a golden brown. COST TO you.' Mm. Mury Scott • Funeral services for Mrs. Mary . (Lines) Scott of .Worcester, .'iss.. a-native ofNaujjatuclt. w.iirc eld--yesterday *ln WorcesLer, with ::he Kev. Arnold R. Lewis, pastor of the Parl< avenue Methodist church, officiating. Burial was in Worci'ster," IVHLK DEALER wants to buy 200 quarts of milk dally in vicinity of Naugatuck. Write Box "E, 1 care of Naugatuck News. NOTICE ' Skating is good at Paulson's in Woodbrldge, It's two miles from Seymour, eight from New Haven, just off cement surfaced Route 67. Parties invited. Electric lights for night skating. Tel. Seymour 509. Employment Help XVunted—Female WANTED — Girl for local hardware store. Write Box K, in care of The News. Rubber jar rings -urii becoming popular' us bracelets in Africa! Natives in the Cape province, unable LO obtain brass wire to make metal adornments, are» buying the black and red jar rings by the thousands. MANY NEVER SUSPECT CAUSE OF BACKACHES Thl» Old Treatment Often Bring* Happy Relitf Many fufferm relieve n«eelnj bidnelic qnleUr. once th«y dlieovrrthat tho rcniewu* of-their trouble may be tired kidneyi. • Th« Wdncy»iu-*N»ture'i chief way of Ufc. Inetheexcmncidj and wutcoutofthf blood. TberbelpmoitDeoplepauaboutSpintaadwr. When disorder of kidner function permita poiionoua matter to remain In your blood, It may came najnrinn backache, rheumatic palnl, I** palu, lota of pep and tntrxy. gtt- •VngMp nlghu, r*ellln«r, puffinen under the cr", hMdaelK* and diizlnni. Frequent or acanly pataoceii vith amartinir and buminff •ometlnm abowa there ii lomcthing wrong with your kidneys or bladder, Don't wait! Aak your drugglit for Do»n'a 'l'\13t. a itlmulant diuretic, u«cd lUccciifuUr by milllona for over 50 ycari. Doan'a eiv* N«pp7 rrlirf and will help tha 16 tnUei of kidney tub» flush out poisonous\VMt« f re-p your blood. Get Doan'a Pilit, FOB RANGE OB FUEL OK. TEL. 5618 ' Bill's Fuel Oil Service 59 Woodland Street "Bill" MarlneUI, Prop. NOTICK A hearing on the application of Waltfir Eeebc to operate an au-to- repair busine.s.t at Bristol Terrace Filling station, Naugatuck-Waterbury Road (Route 3) R.F.D. No. I, will br: held at the office of the Borough Clerk, Room No. 3, Town Hail. Naugatuck, Connecticut on the 20th day of February 1947 at 11:30 A.M. LEO J. BROPHY, Feb. 6-7-8. Warden. NOTICE The Registrars of Voters of the Borough of Naugatuck will meet in the Court Room, Town Hall building, on Friday, January 31, and Friday, February 7, 1947, from 12:00 o'clock noon to 9 P. M. for the purpose of receiving applications for enrollment of the electors who are entitled to vote in any party caucus and for the purpose of. making' changes In the .enrollment'lists last perfected. All applications for party registration must be made on or before each of laid meetings. CYRIL TUOHY HENRY ZWICK Men order • your custom-tailored suits for Spring- und Easter NOW! ! New gabardines. Glen plaids, coverts, tweeds, cheviots, worsteds, etc. Also sport coatx and sport slacks. EMBRUSKI 51 No. Main St. Tel. 3807 If Yon, Want to Buy or Sell REAL ESTATE See "Tony" Farrar Tel. 4233 LIQUOR PERMIT Notice of Application This is to give notice that I, Mi chao! Mucha of 44 Ward St., Nau gatuck, have filed an apphcatio dated Jan, 28, 1947, with the Li quor Control Commission for a res taurant full liquor permit for th sale of alcoholic liquor on th premises, 417 North Main street Naugatuck. The businesses ownei by Michael Mucha and Basil Ses tar of 44 Ward street and 334 So Main stree-'t, Naugatuck,' respcc lively, and will be conducted by Michael Mucha of 44 Ward street Naugatuck, as permittee. MICHAEL MUCHA. 'AMJMMi INF GLAMOROUS LATIN ARTISTRY IN THESE FAMOUS BORSALINO HATS FOR MEN FROM SUNNY ITALY. •<' •.-' •. • These glorious examples of Italian artistry in hat craftsmanship. Famed the world over for their unusual quality, their style •' distinction, their appeal to a man's sense of real service and becomingness. . \ : Borsalino hats at $20 for men who have experienced the delight ; ^ of wearing them and proving : their thriftiness are Borsalino ','•,' minded to the end. '• • Probate Notice District of Naugatuck, BS. Probate Court, February 5th, 1947. Estate of Mary T. Caine, late of Naugatuck, in said District, deceased. The Court of Probate for the District of Naugratuck hath limited and allowed six months from date hereof for the creditors of said estate to exhibit their claims for settlement. Those who neglect to present their accounts, properly attested, within said time, will be debarred a recovery. AH persons indebted to said Estate are requested to make immediate payment to MARTIN L. CAINE, 282 North Main Street Naugatuck, Conn. Administra-tor. CALIFORNIA Dry Wine Imperial Whiskey A Blend Harry's Liquor Shop 23 SOUTH MAIN STREET TEL. 2875 Pop's Liquor Store 24"CHURCH STREET TEL. 266« It's Time For That Mid-Winter Check-Up! ! Bring Your Car Car in Today POUST'S , SERVICE STATION 144 Rubber Ave| Tel. 49M Try NEWS W*M Thug FARTS and SERVICE ON AU. MAKES OP CAB* B & M Motors, Inc. Nau(atuck r * Hudson AfCMf " General Repairlna; • 80-82 SOUTH MAI.V ST. Tel. 6441 I Established 1870 |1 DepoalU Fully Guaranteed ' You will have pence of mind and freedom fronrworry when you st;irt, a.reserve fund.- • •;' Plan now to deposit regularly in yonr sav- in trs a.econnt. ' ." • •.-'-.• }GUS SMOKE SHOP \ 403 North Main St. Union City GUI Kllmaszewskf, Prop. MODEL AIRPLANES HALF PRICE Highland Package Store OS Highland Ave. — Tel. 3983 Anthony Farrar, Prop. FREE DELIVERY All Farts of Naugatuck WHITE FISH MARKET JOSEPH CABRAL, Prop 8 South Main St. Tel. 5004 SALT and FRESH WATER FISH of ALL KINDS FOR Ten room hoiue, 5 room* floor, ff room* cecond floor,-1 bith-roomi, hot air electricity, 2 car f»r»fc. Formerly t tenement »nd owner will re-convert to 1 tenement! and five ImmedUM occupancy to ftr«t floor. Located eait side of town Mi may be Inspected In aftemowt' F.W.EAT01 Room 9 Near? Buildinf Church Street TRY CLASSIFIED ADt IT'S AUTOMATIC HEAT- for a, More comfortable aenel Good-bye to furnace drudgery) With « FairbankvMon* Automatic Scoktr M the job . . . frequent ihovtling of coal and aih*i ii a thing of th* pa«e. Your • horn* ia more comfortable, too ... fe* • itokef givee you cle«n, evenly regu- Isted hest. And the coit? It'i actually Itn lh*n tht cotl of fundfirint . . . brcauic a Fairbanln-Morfe Stoker nor only burnt leu coal but uwi th* more economical pin* ef cost. Drop in today — and learn why a Fairbanlci-Mon* Automatic Stoker can urv« you better and more economically than any **a*r type of besting. FAIRBANKS-MORSE STOKERS 3 Years to '< Pay Through F. H. A. , 1 r The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 87 CHURCH STREET TEL. 5236

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