Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 14, 1949 · Page 10
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PACK Ift-NACGATTJCK NEWS (CONN.), FRIDAY. OCT. 14, 1949 Bowles Believes New England Has Great Industrial Future (By United Press) Governor Bowles believes New England has a great future if every thing possible is done to develop its huge natural potentialities. He told • Columbus Day gathering at New Haven that the area is one of the choicest spots in the nation for industrial expansion. But he said it i» up to residents of the area to supply salesmanship to give New England the boost it needs if we ar* going to have full employment.' The governor believes that if everyone works together, the area faces a bright future. But he warned to be on the alert for per- •ons who argue that we should never try to improve our society. Must Forget Politics To Solve State Aid To Education Problem (By United Press) A woman representative from Wutport believes the only way to solve the state aid for education problem is to forget politics. Re-1 publican Alice K. Leopold told a I Hartford gathering that nothing will ever get done if talk continues along the line of Democrats versus Republicans. She maintains that politics has no place in a discussion of education. But Mrs. Leopold apparently was alone In her beliefs. Other speaker* who preceded her argued along party lines. They included Mrs. Chester Bowles, wife of the governor. Democratic Senator Benjamin Leipner, of Bridgeport and Republican Representative John Alsop of Avon. NAVY 'BRASS' TESTIFIES AT ARMED SERVICES INQUIRY Walter WincheU •^Continued From Page 8) f The snaps that I took of your beautiful face, All add up to snap judgment too' late to replace! —Avery Giles. Ad in the Hollywood Reporter warning showfolks to stay away from a Robeson Riot Rally: "Give The Commies Enough Robeson and They'll Hang Themselves!" Copt. J. H. Sides NAVY WEAPONS expert Capt. J. H. Sides tells the House Armed Services Committee in Washington that Russia probably has guided mis- Biles able to find and knock down bombers above 40,000 feet. German rocket secrets, he said, have fallen Into Soviet hands. Navy charges defense chiefs with banking too heavily oo B-30S. (International) Adm. W. H. f. Blandy URGING CONGRESS to curb the powers of Defense Secretary Johnson to control Naval expenditures, Adm. W. H. P. Blandy (above), is pictured as he testified in Washington before the House Armed Services Committee. Blandy said that the Navy cuts planned "will be an unwarranted gamble with our national security." (International) Rear Adm. R. A. Ofstie DECLARING that the Navy considers the present concept of strategic air warfare "militarily unsound," Rear Adm. Ralph C. Ofstie is shown- in Washington aa he testified before the House Armed Services Committee. Ofstie told the group that strategic bombing has only limited effect and is harmful to the stability of a postwar world. (International) Item: Russia Offers to Host tTN n 1953." We hope they make a better host than guest. A group playing a new parlor jame phoned the N. Y. Times Information Bureau and inquired: 'What are the Ten Commandments?" Returned the Sweet Voice: "How would you like it? Verbatim or the gist?".. . LARGE LOBSTERS Lobsters sometimes weigh as much as 45 pounds. THE CHINA INN 11 Harrison A»e. Waterbury Oowtd All Da; Mondays TOMdaj tkro Friday Open - U A. M. to 10 P. M. Batarday 11 A. M. to 12 Midnight 1* Noon to 12 Midnight State Y's Men's Club Officials To Attend Anniversary District Governor Albert Jones, of Bridgeport, and Regional Director Robert Picheissen, of New Haven, have been invited to. attend the fourth anniversary meeting of the Naugatuck Y's Men's Club, next Tuesday evening in the YMCA cafeteria, Herbert E. Brown, Y general secretary, said today. Dinner will be served at 6:30 o'clock, Mr. Brown said, to be followed by a program of musical and other special entertainment. Edward Muller and Walter Harris are in charge of the program. The meeting will be a ladies' night and a guest night. Members planning to take guests should make reservations by Monday noon, Mr. Brown said. "I Was A Male War Bride" Is Strand Feature That slogan "Gable's back and Greer's got Him" is now extinct, becailse Cary Grant is back in a marvelous comedy now being held over at the Loew Strand theater, Waterbury and Ann Sheriden 'takes him for the wildest-<and maddest moments o£ love and laughter that have been seen since it took only the urge, to get married pronto. Skipping, leaping, jumping and falling through Germany, a WAG lieutenant (Ann Sheriden) and a caiptain in the French Economic Commission (Cary Grant) are pushed by military fortune into each others arms The second half of the fun begins when, in order to marry, they must get military consent. 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