Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 20, 1949 · Page 4
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 4

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, October 20, 1949
Page 4
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PAGE 4—NACGATTTCK NEWS (CONN.), THTJRSDAT, OCT. 30, 194D The Warm Weather Made This LOW PRICE Possible GABARDINE TOPCOATS $3750 With All Wool Zip-In Lining OTHERS $19.50 TO $69.50 SUITS $42 50 The Largest Chpice of Patterns and Models In Size 34 to 52 Long Stout In All Fabrics — All Styles — All Models Waterbury's Largest *' Exclusive »„_>.. «!*„,.,> GflRSTOnS 99 BANK ST. Waterbury LAST 3 DAYS —of our— SHIRK DRESS and SPORT Regular $3.95 to $6.95 Value £MBMfcM«M^^KK'>f l >WMMMaMLrd...«:^t- > W.U»"l_'»^IM ; '•-•? UC^-t -• • ^U4_^l f-_, • SPECIAL There's still plenty of sport, dress and work shirts for you to s buy them by the dozen. NOW WAY BELOW COST DRESS SHlRf SIZES 14 to 17 3 f ° r $6 5 ° $ 229 SPORT SHIRT SIZES Small, Medium, Large for $1200 ...and Nationally Known NECKWEAR We Wish We Could Tell You The Name — But We Are Not Permitted Regular $1.50 to $1.95 NOW 3 te $2-00 6 for +++*++++* BUY NOW ... SPECIALS END THIS SATURDAY ? OPEN THURSDAY EVE. TILL 8:45 YOCR CREDIT IS GOOD AT GARSTON'S Choose' the plan that suits you at no additional cost. • Fay Weekly • Pay Twice a Month • Pay Monthly 0 Or 30 Day Charge GflRSTorrs 99 BANK STREET, WATERBURY Painting at 65 Education Board Mandamus Action In Supreme Court Atty. J. Warren Upson, of Waterbury, announced Tuesday that he has appealed the case of William J. Donahue against the Board of Education of the city of Torrington to the State Supreme Court of Errors. Mr. Donhue, in a Superior Court mandamus action, sought access as an elector of Torrington to the minutes of the board meetings. Judge Edward Quinlan, in September, granted a motion of the board's attorney to quash the action. Mr. Donahuu is assistant city editor of The Waterbury Republican and former correspondent of the newspaper in Torrington. Purchasing Agents YMCA Industrial To Hear Professor Council To Elect Officers Tuesday The Purchasing Agents' Association of Connecticut will hold their monthly dinner meeting on Tuesday. Oct. 25, at the Indian Hill Country Club, Newington. Dinner will be served at 0:30 p. m. The guest speaker will be Hudson B. Hastings, Professor of Economics and chairman of the Department of Industrial Administration of Yale University. Professor Hastings' to^ic will be "The Kffect of Devaluation of the British Pound on Our Economy." "AGE Is no barrier when there'a work to be done" is the sage comment of Mrs. Carrie Osoal Scho-. field (above), 65, janitor of an apartment house in Roxbury, Mass. Shown preparing to paint a house, the gray-haired lady has held a license lor 39 years to operate high pressure boilers. {International) 1 Stokes, Klimaszewski Head Committee For Eagles Xmas Party The 32nd annual children's Christmas Party of the Naugatuck Aerie of Eagles will be helrl Dec. 18 in Odd Fellowis, Hall it was announced today by co-chairmen William J. Stokes and Theodore Klimaszewski. The affair will start at 2 p. m. and continue through the afternoon. After the children's party, members of the aerie will go to Meadowbrook home to- entertain and present gifts to residents there. Assisting' Mr. Stokes with arrangements are James I*awlor and' Eugene Garland. Mr. KUmaszewski will be assisted on the ticket committee by Edward Lord and John Sheldon. Columbian Squires Visit Bethany State Poke Barracks About 40 members o£ the Msgr. Flannpgan Circle, Columbian Squires, visited the Bethany State Police' Barracks last night. The tour was arranged by Edward Delaney, chairman of the civic committee and Councillor Coleman Deegan. Sgt. Louis D. Marchese and Trooper Edward J. Booling, Meadow street, conducted the boys on a tour of the barracks. After the tour, the two officers conducted a question and answer period. Transpdrtation for the Squires was furnished by Raymond Deegan, John Joyce, John Murphy, Al Benz, Ralph Hoy, Coleman Deegan and Clarence H. Green. The Squires' have extended an. Invitation to girls of St. Francis CYO to attend next week's meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the Knights of Columbus rooms. The program is under the direction of Robert Zehnder and Donald Williams of the social committee. Gormley Issues Warning Against Halloween Pranks Police Chief John J. Gormley today warned that extra police will toe assigned to duty during the coming Halloween season in an effort to control vandalism in the borough He said that damage to property during the season will not be tolerated and that police will be exceptionally vigilant during night Ipiatrols. Those apprehended damaging property -will be .prosecuted. the chief warned. Cost Accountants Meeting Tonight The Waterbury chapter of the National Association of Cost Accountants will hold its third meeting of the discussion forum tonight at the Hotel Elton, Waterbury A dinner will be served at 6:15 o'clock prior to the regular meeting which begins at 7:30 o'clock. Discusison leader will be Harry E. Leonard, CPA and partner in the firm of Child, Lawson and Leonard. The topic will be, A Case Study of a Standard,Cost Plan. ASKS DEEPER PROBE Washington.—A Marine war hero says the congressional hearing on the unification -feud has only touched the surface of what he calls the real disease. Major General Morrltt Edson says Investigators should Inquire Into what he calls the growth of the general staff concept of military planning. And look Into what he termed "extra-legal activities" of the joint defense chiefs. SUPPORT DECISION Lake Success — Authoritative sources say the United States will not back down in its decision to support Yugoslavia in her fight for a seat in the Security Council. In Ixmdon, a foreign office spokesman says Great Britain will support Czechoslovakia Tor the contested seat in the UN Security Council. Officers for the coding year will be elected at a mjfetini; of the Naugatutk YMCA>Jnrfu«trial Coun- i cil next Tuesd^j^'rf'oon In the Y cafeteria. H was announced today by Herbert E. Brown, general secretary. President Thomas J. Dillon heads'a slate of officers who A-cre nominated at the ias'j meeting of the Council. Other officers nominated were: Otto H. Jensen, vicr- president; Harold McDermott. secretary; and William Swanson. treaitirer. 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