Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 25, 1949 · Page 10
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 10

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Tuesday, October 25, 1949
Page 10
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PACE 1ft—NAUOATUCK. NEWS (CONN'.), TUESDAY, OCT. 25, 1949 Former Mayor Charges Democrats "Archaic, Outdated" (By Unted Press) The former mayor of New Britain charges that the Democratic party of Connecticut is "outmoded. archaic and outdated.' George J. Coyle. a Democrat, •ays his party could stand an overhauling. Speaking before the New Britain Federation of Democratic Women, former Mayor Coyle presented a (plan which would have Connecticut's 169 town chairmen as the foundation. Coyle said the chairmen would — as he put it—"serve as a fortress "Against the infiltration of influences which would destroy" the Democratic party. Pardons Board Cuts Four Sentences (By Untcd Press) The St.'ite Board of Pardons htu reduced the .sentences of four prisoners after hearing 3J3 petitions. Among the petitions denied in a rcvon-hour session, was that of Rudolph Kovacs of Norwalk, who is serving two to four years for aggravated assault and carrying a weapon in an automobile Kovacs is the brother of Albert Kovacs, thp' sailor who was shot in self- defense by Imogene Stevens of New Canaan in 1945. FILM STAR'S BABY MEETS FATHER CUT EXPENSES London—Prime Minister Clement AUlee of Britain says the Labor government has decided to cut expenses by 784-million dollars a year. Attlee told the House of Commons that 84-million dollars alone will be cut off defense spending. FLORENCE COMBINATION RANGES ALL MODELS ON HAND FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW SWING DOOR BROILER? • EASY TERMS • T1IE BEST 1N -U-fiOi J. AJiHTiO TRADE-IN VALUES * OPEN WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY EVENINGS « CONN. FUEL-GAS CORP. WATEBBURY BOAD. WATERTOWN, PHONE 275 ^^*^^*** iM ™^ MI " l ™* l *™ M ™™**" !M ™ <>MI ** 1 "^^™^^** 1 LINCOLN STORE THE SAFEST PLACE TO BUY YOUR NEW 1950 MODEL TELEVISION * WATERBURY'S LARGEST DEALERS CHOOSE FROM THESE FINE SETS • ADMIRAL • PHILCO • CAPEHART • RCA VICTOR • EMERSON • STROMBERG• GENERAL ELECTRIC . TE^ETC^E • MOTOROLA « ZENITH BEST SERVICE — EASIEST TERMS Lincoln (0 Siore :>i WEST MAIM MOVIE ACTRESS Olivia De Haviland is shown In Good Samaritan-Hog- pital, Hollywood, Calif., with Benjamin Briggs Goodrich, born on Sept. 27, and her proud husband, Marcus A. Goodrich, a writer. The child weighed 8 pounds, 12 ounces at birth. 'international S'oundphoto) TOP SHRINER VISITS HEADQUARTERS IMPERIAL POTfNTATC ol the Shriners, Harold Llnyd, Is pictured 03 he visited the organization's new headquarters in ChicaRO. Shown (1. to r.) are: Arthur Gulllckson, chairman of the Chicago Shriners Hospital's board of governors, holding Herman, 5; Lloyd holding 22-mnnth-old Larry, and Sue, 14. The youngsters are hospital Inmates. (International* m. f reedman co. — men's shop STOCK REDUCTION SALE OF Men's Suits THIS WEEK ONLY $ 29 LiAl VALUES TO $45 We arc anxious to rodncn our stock of suits, I'or this w«uk only, we offer a group of 82 fine suits (ini'.lvuling fa m 0.1 is brands) nt. savings up to $15. Here is your chance to pick up ;i fine suit at. the impossible price of $29. 191-199 CHURCH STREET NAUGATUCK Store Open Daily Monday thru Saturday, 9:30 to 5:45 . . . also Friday Nights Scouts Make Report On Night Spent At Southford Falls The nnwly formed "Explora Patrol" left Saturday noon, destination unspecified, and loaders Frank Ashford and Pnte Petcrnon, with ISngle Scout Weaton Boyd all crowded into one car and aimed southwest. Two o'clock found them pitching camp in one of Connecticut's beauty spots, Southford Falls. With fast running Eight- Mile Brook but a few feet away, the boyg pitched their tent and built a fire place against 'a huge stone that offered a wind break for the whole campsite. Supper was delicious following the construction of two bridges, and a water coole.d ice box. Later that night "we ventured out to study the stars that shined aw they never do In Naugy. Mr. Boyd pointed out several constellations and some Interesting facts about the heavens. Our fireplace was set in front of the tent and offered good light and reflected heat away into the night. The morning was cool but a good bowl of hot oatmeal, toast and coffee straightened us out. After cleaning ur> we packed and set our lequjipment against the V-ar while we made .further venture, into the old match company ruins, ending up building a huge dam and pond. It was difficult to think of leaving, but we didn't plan for Sunday noon and so off we went, heading for home and a good overnight behind us. Submitted by PATROL HISTORIAN. Other boys in the patrol included: Jay Fowler,, John Campbell, Cub Lyon, Harris Ludge- waite, Carl Bovay, "Spike" Stiber. QUIT KWEILIN Hong Kong—Reports say that (be Chinese Nationalists have abandoned the city of Kweilin to the Reds and are preparing: to withdraw from the co-capital of Chungking. Kweilln was one of the most important Nationalist bases left in. Southwest China. Quits Hearings J AFTER ACCUSING chairman Cari Vinson (D-Ga.) of "dictatopial methods". Rep. John R. Walsh (above). Democrat of Indiana, •walked out of the Armed Service! Committee hearings in Washington. Walsh denied calling Vinson a "Navy stooge" as stated in the paper he holds. Walsh said Vinson and "some of the committee members are not interested in obtaining the true facts." (International) Well-Child Clinic Planned Tomorrow A Well-Child Conference will be held by the Borough Public Health Nurses at the Red Cross Chapter House, 259 Church Street, tomorrow from 2:30 to 3:30 p. m. Dr. David Bluestone will be the attending physician. Mothers are invited to bring their infants and pro-school age children to discuss health problems. • California's production of gold and mercury leads the 48 states. General Assembly May Consider Act For Parking Problem (By United Press) The parking problem may be on the agenda of a .special session of the legislature which Governor Bowles says he will call soon. A general enabling act giving cities and towrvi the rrght. to establish parking facilities was lost in the closing day of the regular session last June. However, officials cf the city of Hartford are reportedly anxious to revive the jsou'e a,t the; special session. Republican leaders in the Spnate and House are reported to be in favor of parking measures as .in emergency at the session. The governor says the special session will be called rcirulorly u> act on istatc-afd for school building but that other matters might br- considered. Bowles Reiterates School Bond Plan (C.v Niiil'-d I'n-xO Governor Bowles k :ivs ih.'jt the st::l<f should imu»- S^VJOO/KKj worth of !>0!"J:< !. help '..-:;• ;,,;• i h<- f,, n - The ^ovfrnor rcit^rn'.i t\ in n rr-.dii) 1:ilk th;it tht- buJMinj: pro- fci-am should b* lln:ir,ci«l only l>y iKKiiin^ bond:;, H<- •saifj :-u--h a pl:i:i would not make it nT<-ss:iiy to rai^p tulips. Bov/If**.- sairl th;it if the towns :K----(.ri their bonds they would probaMy h;:v<> To in- crpas.-! their truces to pny The:» (j.T. SEK TIIK NEW UNIVERSAL WASHER at Gerald's Appliance — New Low 1'rlr.i-q — 107 SPRING ST. UNION- CITY TKr.El'HOVK 1651 Accommodation* ASSURID At Th» Center Of Activity JULES B. 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