Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 27, 1949 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, October 27, 1949
Page 7
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Halloween Party For Children Of St. Mary's Church A Halloween party for children of St. Mary's church will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the church hall. Nuns of St. Mary's convent will supervise the party, which is being sponsored by St. Mary's Altar society. Members of the Children of Mary are assisting the decorating committee. Those attending will wear costumes. The average depth of the ocean below sea level is 12,450 feet. Pooling To Meet With Traffic Group Stnte Trooper Edward J. Doollng, Ktadow street, will meet with the Traffic Committee of the Nauga- uck Chamber of Commerce this evening at 7:30 o'clock 1n the Chamber offices, Neary Building. The group will discuss ways and means for helping to relieve parking and traffic conditions in the borough. GOING TO DANKUBV Exalted Ruler Edward Aurisch of the IsTaugatuck Lodge of Elks will lead a delegation to Danbury tonight to attend the District Deputy Night ceremonies of the Danbury Lodge. Rubin's -CLOTHES FOR MEN AND BOYS on MEN'S TROUSERS Values to $7.95 Now Only $2-95 Here's an extra special sale ! Wonderful pants for dress or work. Pick from handsome part wool pants. Solids or tweeds. Sizes from 29 to 42 WMESARY Examine this set! You'll find it's a terrific buy. There never was a better picture, never a lower price. Here's the new,wide61-square-inch screen featuring locked in tune Eye "Witness pictures; a smartly designed cabinet; the "Golden Throat" tone system and a phono-jack for attachment of RCA Victor's 45 rpm record player. It's to celebrate a special occasion—has a lot more special features—a special low price! But why not make us a special visit and see for yourself! AC. only $199.95 Plus $1.12 Fed. Tax Installation Extra ASK ABOUT OUR FREE TRIAL PLAN •The RCA Victor Television Owner Contract, covering complete installation and guaranteed performance tot 1 • full year, is available for a reasonable fee. RADIOS ^APPLIANCES. 15 Church St. 413 No. Main St. Naugatuck (Phone 6490—6491) Union City FREE PARKING FOR CUSTOMERS HE STARTED ALASKA'S GOLD RUSH FINDING SEVERAL NUGGETS the size of pens, Clifton Carroll (left) started Alaska's latest gold rush when he struck it rich in Fishwheel. Carroll is shown at the scene ol the discovery with his father, Jim Carroll (right) and newsmen Jim Fletsher (second from le£t) and Hal Chambers. Below-zero temperature has halted activities. (International) DEATH ENDS EXPERIMENTAL FLIGHT John Clayton Reason Dartmouth Is Favored Over Yale Gridders New Haven, Oct. 27—John Clayton, 20-year-old Dartmouth quarterback who beats opponents with his arm, his foot or his head, is the big reason -why the Indians are favored to topple Yale when the teams clash on Saturday in the Bow!. This chucker from .Chelmsford, Mass., has' a phenomenal passing mark this season of 31 completions in 51 attempts and four of his passes have resulted in touchdowns. Yale hates to be reminded of Clayton. A year ago in the Bowl as Dartmouth steamrolled the Bulldogs, 41-14, he fired three scoring .shots against the Elis. That wan one of his great afternoons —15 passes, 10 completions for 145 yards. During that 1948 season, of the 32 touchdowns that the Indians acored, Clayton cither tallied or set up half of them. Even if Clayton couldn't pass he would still be one of the best quarterbacks in the land, because football coaches are amazed at the cun- nlngncss he shows in calling plays. He also is an effective punter. Bill Roberts, another Junior, is the leading ground gainer in Ivy circles. In four gamea he has chipped off 363 yards, while Lev] .fackson, Eli captain and his team's leading ground gainer, has 240 yards In the same number, of contests. In this department Roberts ia way out in front as the second man, Hillary Chollet, the Cornell runaway rocket, in five gamca, one more than Roberts has played, has ^54 yards. Another Dartmouth departmental leader Is Tom Rowc, the redheaded end who has picked off 17 passes for a total of 211 yards. The leading Ell receiver, John Set- ear, is way down the list with eight for 118 yards. Rowe comes from Oak Park, 111., and in last year's tussle with Yale he caught the three Clayton touch- clown passes. He's a center on the basketball team and tosses the javelin with the track squad. This six-foot, three-inch ace is just one of the rafter-dusting flank- men that Coach Tusa McLaughry has in the. fold. The end squad at Hanover is just about the tallest ever. There's Dave Beeman, he's six-feet, five-inches, and so is Jordan Schanck. John McDonald is six-four and in addition to Rowe .six-three men are George Bissell and Bob Koester. And as Clayton puts it, "That's the kind of ends I just love passing to.".. SITS OF WRECKAGE lie strewn about this gaping crater on a West Islip N. Y., farm, marking the spot where a Navy experimental plane crashed during a test flight. Senior test engineer William Batchelder, 41 was killed instantly and pilot. Marion Ritchie. 35. barllv hurt. (International* DEFENSE HEADS AT WHITE HOUSE Allerton Chapter Official Visitation Scheduled Tomorrow Excellent Gerald D. Huenerberg of Bridgeport will make his offi- i cial visitation to Allerton chapter, Royal Arch Masons, tomorrow evening at a regular convocation at 7:30 o'clock in Masonic Temple, Church street. Degree work will be exemplified. Following the business meeting a social hour will be held and refreshments served. All chapter members are requested to attend. .NAPGATUCK THURSDAY. OC T. 27, 1»4!»— PAGE 7 INITIAL PLASTIC Celluloid, the first plastic, was developed In 1869 on a wood pulp base. Mrs. Cote Released From Mass. Prison Pramlngham, Mas.s, Oct. 27 — <U P)—Mrs. Bertha Surprise Cote was spirited out of the Framingham Women's reformatory under cover of darkness early today, end- Ing 28 months imprisonment in the Yulctide slaying of her hlsband Rene. She was released on parole after serving the minimum required two- thirds of her manslaughter sentence. The comely Brockton widow was taken out a back door of the nris- on at 1 a. m. while newsmen at the 'ront waited her scheduled release at 10 a. m. She has returned to her childhood home at Spencer, Mass. Hotchkiss To Seat Seymour Officers Franklin H Vichkics. district deputy of the Odd Fellows, will install ncv/ officers of- the Seymour Lodge at ceromonifti Nov. 3 in Seymour. Tin* will be his flna! activity in his present office. ASKS DIVORCE MrK. Frances Murrican. Nouga- tuck, has filed :i suit for divorce, on grounds of cruelty, in Waterbury Superior Court against James Murrican, also (if N'augatuck. The j coupln married June 7, 1937, and 1 are the parents of two children, whose custody the mother seeks. VA To Deduct From Dividends (By United Press) Some veterans figuring on a big insurance dividend next year art- going to get less than they expected. The Veterans Administration plans to deduct any money veterans may owe the government on certain benefits... money such as overpayment on subsistence allowance- for veterans going to school under the GI Bill:.;.also overpayments on pensions, other VA benefits as well as defaults on loans made good by the VA. Gas utility companies In the U. S. employ about 160,000 workers. STOBM WINDOWS * DOORS NEW ENGLAND SALES CO ALSCO (82 Bank St., Waterbnry Phone 4-0219 7 DAY FREE TRIAL Try it at home for a week. If you don't agree that it is the biggest Radio Bargain ever—return it get all your money back. i SO EASY TO BUY AND ONLY PAY 95c ej-| DOWN ^ 1 A WEEK 61W. MAIM Some words fool you: P. Kalian! ine & Hong, Newark. N. J. CLEARED OF MISCONDUCT CHARGES JUBIIANT AFTER THEIR VICTORY, Mark Matthews (left), a business executive, Mrs. Winifred Fielding and attorney George Mulry leave Mineola, New York, Supreme Court. 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