PAGE »-XAUGATCCg NEWS (CONN.), WEDNESDAY. OCT. 19 1949 57 YMCA Members To See Yale Game Fifty-seven boys have registered for the annual YMCA trip to the Yale Bowl, it was announced today by Wesley Cady. T program secretary. The trip this year will be made Nov. 5, when Yale plays Brown University. It Is expected that 70 boys will make the trip. Transportation will be provided by private cars. Persons interested in taking a group should leave their names with Mr. Cady at the Y. CATTLE POPULATION There are more than 700 million cattle in the world. Waterbury GOP Candidates May Refuse Socialist Party Support - '' • CHUCK WAGON BEANS Cost* only lOc* a Mrving thank* to Ann Pag* Witt Port <* Town IHCV VierurIM SWU « Tc tana; lens* St»l»— tot to KeUHB SKict. MM Aee Peee BMM, eey rtyl. tuli •eiiiitam iu» V« n* AM r«e* Swet Serfe. It*** n koV, tmnriw, CartiM. ligradlMrti, m** boBkfarten, In beldM dMt. Anene. fa>Unrtw ncH.M M Am. Boko In KMivoH en* ISO* F., to ekeM 10 Bl.MM. 9 •Cart boMd on pkM el AW Ann Page-Creany-Smooth Pean't Bitter A* 35* Ann Page Tomato . KetobM The state attorney, general's.'of J fice has ruled that Republican candidates for office have the right to refuse the indorsement of the Socialist Party. According to the decision, Socialist Town Chairman Anthony R. Martino will be prevented from furthering his drive to indorse the candidates despite their refusal to accept that party's support. Withdrawal of support may be obtained by any candidate upon filing a written withdrawal statement. Mr. Martino said he will not comment until he receives his copy of the ruling. Sets Record The Board of Selectmen set a new record yesterday by swearing in 539 new voters. This is the highest number given the oath In any one day on record. Some 55,000 arc expected to be eligible to vote in next month's election. Of those named yesterday, 212 registered with the Republicans, 111 with the Democrats, one with the People's Party and another as an Independent Democrat. Final meeting of the board will be held Nov. 7. Patterson Confused (Continued From Page One) of a public hearing bri the Thomaston dam and other Naugatuck valley flood control problems held last spring In the Waterbury City Hall. Thomaston citizens are pro and con on the dam project, Mr. Martin said, but the commission feels that in general they do not want to stand in the way of a protection program being developed. They tasked 'Sfl a resurvey' could be made of the entire problem." Mr. Martin said when the Army engineers asked the state for an opinion on the Thomaston dam and other aspects of the Naugatuck valley problems", members of the commission then made the formal request fon- a restudy of the valley at the same time the Housatonic watershed Is surveyed in accordance with the . Saltonstall resolution. • Foley Reports 367 Students; Adults X-Ray^d Yesterday Raymond K. Foley, Acting Principal 'of Naugatuck High school, reported today that 364 students, teachers and adults took advantage of. the free chest X-ray program offered by the Naugatuck Red Cross Chapter, yesterday in the High school gymnasium. The majority of those X-rayed, 320, -were mentbera of the freshman and junior classes. Eigttt teachers, four children under high school age and 32 adults were also X-rayed. Reports on the X-raya will be sent to the school as soon as ''all prints are checked Miss Catherine A. Brooka, school nurae, and Miss Ethelmae Kenney, director of physical for high school girls and >rra.mmar school children, were jn charge, .' > Puppet Show Planned >" • A girls' fall rally for members of the YMCA will be held Friday evening, Oct. 28, at the YMCA, It Was announced today by Herbert E Brown, general secretary. An eVrtertalBmeht -program consisting of a puppet show, motion pictures, a tumbling act and group singing will be presented and £<*• freshments served. Mrs. Brown Is chairman of the, committee in charge, assisted by Mrs. Kenneth Fredsall, Mrs. Bay-, mond Stlnson. Mrs. Fritz Klambt, Miss Olive Greenwood, Miss Helen McDonough, Miss Elizabeth Kor- ninaky and Miss Jane Bontempo. . BULLETINS Sowles Urges READY TO • Hong Konk— Financiers of the Chlneae Natloqalliit* are report: ed making Emergency prepaTOr tlons to leave the British crown ; col0ny becauHe of report**- that London will soon announce formal recognition of the new Communist regime. It Is believed that the agreement would call for British authorities to surrender all Nationalist holdings in Hong Kong. NAMED PREMIER Paris— Radical Socialist Rene Mayer has been named premier- designate of Prance. He accepted the post after holding preliminary talks for forming a new coalition cabinet. -- oOo BUSY SLATE Washington — Congress is in the-' .final throes of the current long session with few big measures between it and adjournment this evening. Both chambers .must take up the farm price support bill. Action must be taken . on a $1,620,000,000 appropriations bin. Arid there are an assortment of minor bills on tap. (Continued from Page One) subsidies to fill school construction needs for the coming two years, said, "I am quite well aware of the survey and also the fact that Naugntuck can bond itself up to an amount equal to five per cent of its grand list and another five per cent for school construction. But, we still want the $60,000 and we may get It. At least I'm hoping we will because it will save the taxpayer just that much more." Connecticut law permits a municipality to , bond indebtedness up to an amount equal to five per cent of its grand list, and allows another five, per cent for school building. Naugatuck's borrowing capacity which is five per cent of the granc list, is $1,615,997.75. Its present bond indebtedness is $83,0000; The borough could increase its bond indebtedness to $2,401.998.50, of which $1,616,99.7.86 could be for schoo: construction. Warden Carter pointed out that the borough may be ordered soon to construct ' a sewage disposal ilant at an estimated cost of be- wcen $400,000 and $450,000. His ar- niment in trying to obtain the chool grant is to keep taxes a» ow as possible. The survey showed that Bethany and Seymour are within the first Ive .per cent limit, but that Beacon Falls, Cheshire, Woodbridge and Southington are not within the first five per cent limit. COMMUNIST RUSSIA HAS 1 AUTOMOBILE FOR EVERY 252 PEOPLE. SOCIALIST ENGLAND HAS 1 AUTOMOBILE '-""»-' FOR EVERY 22 PEOPLE. FREE AMERICA HAS 1 AUTOMOBILE FOR EVERY 4 PEOPLE. Naugatuck Chemical DIVISION OF UNITED STATES RUBBER COMPANY " Serving Through Science'' Old-Fashioned Pies Turn Out Better In New-Fashioned Kitchens In an era of amazing electrical gadgets, milady s kitchen has received special attention. Electric power cooks food, mixes dough, washes dishes, irons clothes, emancipates the housewife. Equally important is the financing plan that permits their use while 'being paid for put of income. We have such a plan. Through it you can consolidate many purchases into one low-cost loan—take your time about repaying. Drop in for prompt and courteous action. JVaugatud. JVational fianfi •••kN Meul Diptl! hiuiio Cufttulm • felenl hum tmttm AC prlcM »ubj«ct to market changes and effective it all A&P Sclf-ScrVfc* -.. . Stores In tbli area. Business Club To Hear Insurance Man An assembly of members of the, Naugatuck High' School Better! Business Club will, be held tomor-' row morning in the high schodl: auditorium, it was announced to-' day by Reympnd K. Foley, acting principal. ... • i ~, ; , • ' Ann Sheedy, president" of the- BBC will preside over thei assem- 1 bly. at : whlch the new club 'officers will be introduced. Robert Sutherland, local .insurance ' agent^. will" be the guest speaker. : It's all yours for less than you think In Freeidman's Children Department Buy Now and Save on These COLD WEATHER SPECIALS $8-98 $12-98 $9.98 $12.98 $8-98 Infants* Knitted Legging Sets $5.98 $8.98 $9.98 $5.98 $1.49 Girls* Plaid Reversibles Girls' Coats and Sets 3 to 14 Girls'Snow Suits Wool, zelan "infants' Coat Sets 1 to 4. Girls and Boys, suedes and fleeces Infants' Snow Suits 1 to 4. 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