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Naugatuck Daily News (Newspaper) - March 16, 1960, Naugatuck, Connecticut 1960 easter Seal Campaign opens Here tomorrow the i960 easter Seal Campaign in Naugatuck which will begin to Morrow under the sponsorship of the Naugatuck roman s club Wil be headed by mrs. Robert Scheiber general chairman. Mrs. Schoiber announces the following members will assist Hei As chairmen in planning and con ducting the annual drive in behalf of crippled children and adults. They include mrs. George Kirsch Mann general mail mrs. Arnold Carlson special events mrs. Char Les Fellowes special gifts and mrs. Robert Van amen publicity. Also assisting on the Campaign Are mrs. Paul Buckmiller mrs. Thomas Canty mrs. Ambrose Daly mrs. G. Asses Grumman mrs. Wilson b. Kirkendall mrs. John Mcgroary mrs George Mckenna mrs Dominic Minicucci mrs. Casimir j. Waskowicz and mrs. Stephen Cantor. The Campaign will be conducted March 17 through easter sunday april 37, by the Waterbury area easter Seal society one of affiliates of the National society for crippled children and adults which will simultaneously conduct campaigns for the crippled in the 50 states and puerto Rico. All letters will be mailed Tomor Row opening Day of the easter Seal Campaign. Begin Cross of peace drive chief Edward a. Galvin yesterday called up the fire department after he discovered rubbish being burned without a permit on state owned property at 7 Ward St., at a. M. The chief demolition work done at the site and the contractor h. Greenberg co., Seymour was burning Lum Ber in the cellar of the dwelling. No permit had been granted Lor t he fire the chief stated. The chief added that he called the firefighters1 out because he Felt that the Blaze was endanger ing a nearby House and a two car garage. Tamulonis Given 10 Days in jail Anthony Tamulonis about 37, Mulberry St., arrested yesterday Anil charged with bread of the by it. George Smith and patrolman Branisiaw Ezinski was found guilty by judge Leon Ard m. Caine in Borough court this morning and sentenced to to Days in new Haven county jail. Judge Caine decided that the sentence was to lie suspended afer Tamulonis served five Days. George Gershwin published his first song in 1916. The Skunk s Musk provides a component for making perfumes. Thinking about a new Home plan books and plan service top Quality materials hah Patuck lumber -7-224q 19 Bridge Street news Lioto celello Edward adjutant of Gold Star Post 708, Catholic War veterans pins a Cross of peace this morning on the Lapel of mayor Adam Mengacci. The Catholic veterans Are holding the Cross of peace drive this weekend Money from which is used entirely to Aid veterans at Home or in hospitals. The Cross of peace is a celtic Cross superimposed on a Shamrock which is the sym Bol of the holy Trinity As illustrated by St. Patrick. Each contributor will receive an Emblem from Volunteer solicitors. Nadine conned retires new York Soprano Nadine Conner made her Farewell appearance with the metropolitan opera by singing Marguerite in Faust saturday night. Miss Conner made her debut at the met in 1941. She said she was retiring to spend More time with her husband or. L. H. Heacock of complot calif., and their two children. Patterson endorsed Republican grand list from Page 1 Ike backs formation of biracial talks in Southern towns by mar klan Smith i i White House it Porier presi Dent Eisenhower today Avoca t the formation of biracial con in every Southern Community to Settle racial ten Sions loyally Rattler than depend ing on the Federal government. Eisenhower commenting on negro demonstrations in the South against being banned from pubic lunch counters said i he thought that such demonstrations if orderly and seeking to i support the right of Equality he said they should be permitted. The president reserved judg ment however on disorder resulting from such demonstrations. He told his news Confer ence he was not a lawyer and could not determine the extent to which the Federal Constitution might apply. Furthermore he said disorder was a matter for local handling. That he said was one principal reason Why he thou rat there should be biracial conferences in every Southern Community in an Effort to reduce conflict Between the races without turning to Washington for the answer. Some whiles join a Chain of sit in strikes pro testing racial discrimination at lunch counters has occurred throughout the South. Negroes Many of them College students filled lunch counter seats where in most instances they Are refused service while seated. White sympathizers have joined them in some places. And Frank and Betty june Nesteruck Beacon Manor rd., outside District another veterans exemption on a trailer was granted to William r. Ventresca Shadduck re outside District. Money collectable on cars was reduced by the granting of Veter ans exemptions to Wilfred Berg jr., Cotton hollow rd., outside Dis town committee endorsed James strict s310 Arthur Gaudette 9 t. Patterson of Naugatuck for Lewis Circle inside District s25q the Republican candidacy for the Post of u. S. Representative at a meeting held last night. Several other Republican town commit tees have already announced their endorsement of Farmer rep. Patterson Tor the Post. Joshua Pussey of Pennsylvania conceived the idea of putting matches into Book form in 1s92. John l. Illes 129 Walnut St., in Side District Daniel mar Ano ,125 Millville ave. Inside District John j. Sprague 220 Mav St., inside District s2s5 and 5100 and Charles l. Theriault 167 Meadow St., inside District people to be continued irom Page 1 Ash or Hickory Wood is used in making Tennis rackets. Oak packing co. Seymour Beacon Falls town line open Mon tubs. Wed. Sat 8 . I . Thurs. Fri. Nites till 9 colonial or Armour s Star 12-14 in avg. Canned hams 65 y Price Sale 14 Price Sale liver 8 of. Pkg. 5 for sausage save ljt.00 u. S. Choice hip Corn fed Steek beef sirloin Steak 79 in. Ike. Cut Hickory smoked sliced Bacon 89 ent of schools Raymond k. A Ley was quoted in the newspapers As saying that except for several grammar school classes we Are running close to the or. Kennedy concluded his remarks by stating his belief that few Public High schools Are so fortunately placed. At least two other departments police and fire Are slated to provide some fireworks at the Public hearing tonight. Acting on the words of Mavor Mengacci who has said that. Fair and impartial consideration will be give by the joint Borough and f Nance boards to every recommendation fire and pol ice Board commissioners will to present at the hearing in an Effort to regain funds slashed from their proposed budgets by the Board of finance. The final decision on the Bud get for the 1960-1961 will be reached at a joint adoption meet my of the Borough and finance boards scheduled for tomorrow night at 8 p. M. In the town Hall it is at this meeting tha the tax rate Jiow a recommended 31 and one half mils for the inside District and 30 and one half Mills for the outside Dis frit will be finalized. Stock Market 5 full pounds machine sliced boiled Ham 79 u. S. Choice Corn fed steer chopped beef 43 in. U. S. Choice Coin fed steer beef Boneless round roast 79 in sugar Sheet Hickory flavor smoked shoulders 29 in Leos full pounds 89 pork chops 23 in. Cd daily s italian style whole Capicollo 69 cd daily s . Italian buy the piece Genoa Salami 79 in. Boneless cutlet veal roast 59 in Armour s Star 12 of. Cello i to. Hot dogs 3 round Steak 79 u. S. Choice Corn fed ready ground new York stocks extended tuesday s late rally at the opening today but trading continued Light. Gains extended to As much As i m Points in Texas instrument to 173% on shares and Amer ican Home products to 156 4. Carter products Rose a Point to 65 Motorola gained to 158y Zenith advanced to 102, and Reynolds metals jumped 1 to 59% on shares. Goodrich coun 1 tired the general trend with a loss of a Point to Universal Oil products traded on the biggest Block shares at up i. The oils also showed Amerada up m to 66% on hares Standard Oil Indiana up to 42% on shares and Gulf off to 28% on shares. Rails on the upside the past five sessions showed fractional gains at the opening today in great Northern Erie and new York Central. In the steels . Steel opened on shares at 8-1 up Aramco at 62% up and Bethle hem shares at 47% up is. Motors were mixed. Chrysler Rose to 53% on shares and general motors gained 1 to on shares while Ford held unchanged Ai 75% on shares and american motors slipped to 23% on shares. Free Safe off the Highway 1 a Kino Fob cars Boycott cafeteria Waterbury almost the entire student body of Croft High school boycotted the school s cafe Teria yesterday. Although supt. Of schools John g. Gilmartin threat ened suspension for the ringleaders the strike May continue for lays until the Quality and prices food served to the students arc literal satisfactorily. Supt. Gilmartin warned students hat any Pupil caught attempting o prevent another from making 1 Purchase will be suspended. Currier electric co. Household commercial now at address 14 St. Tel. A 9-15276 plenty of free parking we give service alter Sale if von buy a Studebaker at Lenters Erickson motors 129 Roll blot ave. Park 9-4038 continued irom Page 1 St., Willow Grove. Penn., operating an overweight vehicle forfeited Bond. Darcy transp. Co., Providence r. I., defective signal lights Bond forfeited arresting officer Francis Conroy. Donald h. Slate 55 Cooke St., Plainville arrested february 12 by officer George Irish Ion. Speed ing. Found guilty and fined s18. Jerome w. Weir 106 main St., Ansonia speeding arrested by officer Wilbur s. Wheeler on March 5, found guilty forfeited Bond. William j. Plikaitis 9 Oriole Lane Seymour arrested february 25 by officer Francis Conroy fined for failure to drive in the established Lane. Fined Walter b. Maieski 98 Osborn re. Naugatuck. Arrested March 3 by officer George Cirishioli operating a motor vehicle while his License was under suspension fined was remitted. Axton Cross co., 113 canal St., Shelton arrested by officer Ohra Dan for operating an overweight vehicle forfeited Bond. Waterbury Auto Spring 491 Tho Maston ave., Waterbury operating a motor vehicle with a defective Muffler fined Waterbury Iron works Porter St., Waterbury arrested for opera Ting a vehicle with a defective Muffler fined complaints on dogs dog Warden Daniel Lee or. Stated yesterday that he is receiving numerous complaints from residents from All areas of the own concerning dogs wandering he streets of the town who in some cases nearly cause accidents dam age to property and Knock Down refuse receptacles. Or. Lee informs the owners of dogs that unless their dogs Are Natl Atoot of Altos Conn wednesday Mam if it Page i kept on Lluria own property they will be picked up and impounded. This pertains to licensed dogs As Well As unlicensed dogs and in or Der to secure your pet after he has been picked up by the dog War Den a fee of ?4 plus the charge of the classified want and which win appear in the paper. Or. Lee also slated that several people who have dogs failed to have them registered. A Check on unregistered dogs will also be made. Accident Case mrs. Wanda Yost 33 old turn Pike re wits summoned to Shel ton Couri on a charge of reckless driving following a four car crash in Shelton yesterday morning according to a police report. Shelton police said that mrs. Yost was travelling on Hill St., Shel ton and struck a cur operated by Alexander try tank. Oxford re. Oxford As she entered Howe Aye. Then the Yost Auto spun around and continued for about 30 feet and hit another car almost head of operated by Michael Madgic 8 cottage St., Derby. After being hit the Madgic car bounced Back. The Yost Auto spun around again and crashed into a parked car owned by mrs. Helen Ruth 41 Prospect St., Derby. Investigating the Accident Are police officers John Mills Charles Dressel Frank Pinto and sgt. Al ton Hanley. It has been estimated that a total of privately owned air planes Are registered in Thi United states. Scandinavia Northland Circle Tours a Nat fact wet Tan Ferl Friday departures May to oct e countries is prices reduced up to 20% for these person. Ally escorted popular Firtl Clou Circle Touri which include first Cluni hotels my mull i Tumms Fumm Relvas travel Agency a 9-1295 rubber ave. Naugatuck ask for brochures in other Ati cooled Circle Tours to Africa if you Piefer Irani ipe ask for Iho Holiday to tur opt Brown. To com. You should t need a string around your Finger to remind you that every payday should be in vestment Day the soundest investment is in a savings acc tint at Naugatuck savings Bank where funds Are always available when you want them and earning dividends at the current rate of 3% per cent per annul be fore paying anybody pay yourself in the form of a Sav Ings account Deposit every pay Day. Naugatuck savings Bank 351 Church Street Naugatuck Conn

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