FACE S—XAlV-ATUCK NEWS (CONN.). THURSDAY, OCT. 27, 194!) MEET TRUMAN'S SQUIRREL SQUIRE In 'One More Club' INCACED IN his official duty is Richard Feeney, 5, who has been named ncicial feeder of the squirrels on the White House grounds. President Truman made the recess appointment when the boy, son of Joseph Feeney. White House liaison man in Congress, complained ti the Chief Executive that the nuthnunds on the White House lawn are leaner than those in Lafayette Park. Richard will sucply the oeanuts. (International) TRAIN FOR NEW YORK A8& GAMES President Truman holdn open a copy of "Washington Dateline" to t.ho chapter devoted to the White. House, news photographers' "One More Club," which tho Chief Kx- ecutivc heuds. The book, a trt- vcar history of Washington jruir- milism and of the National I'ress Club, was preK(>,nt«',il to Truman at a White House ceremony. <lnt.) 'Potato Queen i IN FlIGHT TRAINING for "Operations Metropolis," three Jet planes of the noyal Canadian Air Force Reserve stage trials over Ottawa, Canada. On orders from a radar defense command at White Plains, N. Y., they will take off from Mitchcl Field Air Force brse on October 22 to "protect" New York City from an "enemy," a role to be played by planes of the United States National Guard. (international SouncIphotoV SELECTED "Potato Queen" ot 1949, Hence Schorl is shown In Clilcaco studying a four-pound Riant, the largest ul 360,000,000 potatoes being shipped out of the Wisconsin area this year. The spud is large enough to be cooked and served to fourteen person*. (International) IJPEN THTJRS. & FRI. 8 A. M. TO 9 P. M SAT. TO 6 P. M | PATSY'S Inc Nationally Advertised Quality Meats 1589 SOUTH MAIN STREET, WATERBURY FROM WESTERN STEER BEEF STEAKS TENDER — JUICY — SHOULDER ON TRIAL FOR UNJUST EXECUTION CHARGED WITH HAVING unjustly condemned and shot Meir Tubiansky as a spy, former Lt. Col. Isser Beeri sits In the box of the accused as he goes on trial in an Israeli courtroom. Tubiansky, after his execution, was found to be innocent, and was given • hero's funeral. The trial was ordered by Israel's Prime Minister Ben Gurion. (international) Hit-Run Victim Found By Newsboy GlriHl.onbury, Oct. 27 (UP)—A icwMpupcr boy found the body of Cfruno Welk a few feet off the highway near the man's home today. Police say Wclk was the victim a hit-and-run accident shortly before last midnipht. Pieces of shattered glass from an automobile headlight were the only elites in tracing the car and operator. DELEGATION WftHhlriKt.o/i— A delugut.lon la scheduled to hit, WanhlniUon today to tompluln against the refusal of bail ftr 11 convicted Communist leaders. The delegation, sponsored by the Civil Rights ContfroHH, wantH to talk to officials tit the White House and Justice Department. ASKS NEGOTIATIONS 'Berlin — President W II h e, 1 m Pieek of Communist East Germany asked the Western German republic today to negotiate with his government on setting up a unified Germany. Beacon Falls (Continued From Pag? One) next Thursday nljjht at 8 o'clock in the town hall. GOP Town Committee The Republican Town Committee will meet tonight at 8 o'clock in the Town Hall, according to notices mailed to commitee members. It is expected the committee will discuss plans to name a successor to Deputy Sheriff Sher- r.ic.n Stockner who died last month. Several prominent members of the party are reported interested in the post. legion Party A lurge attendance is expected tonight at the public card party of the auxiliary of Post 25, American Legion, at the Legion home. South Main street. Refreshments will be served and there will be prir.es at each table. Mrs. Richard Zollo is l n r-liirRn of arrangements. She is rwi-ted by Mrs. James Roillv nnrt Mrs. Frank Wynne. The p.-n-ty will atari at 8 o'clock. Waterbury (Continued from Page One) v:ill be served by the election of Patrick F. Shea as mayor.' President Joseph P. Falcone said. Ho (pointed out that Mr. Shea has promised representation by labor in the city'Rovernment. "It is significant that the Republican Party has ignored labor on its ticket," Mr. Falcone snid. Spttlcmcnt /FL, Local 390 and the. Munro- Lanstroth Construction Co., builders of the overhead viaduct at Mill and Baldwin streets. Waterbury, for the State Highway Department, have reached a settlement in a dispute over wages. The company has agreed to pay laborers $1.55 an hour after Dec. 1. according to Louis Valenti, business agent for the local. The laborers have agreed to continue to receive $1/125 an hour until ihnl time, he said. The union official said the pvc- vtilllnR ratf in Watnrhiiry for laborers Wits $l.-t2.-i nn hour Hi tha time the firm signed H.s contract for the construction job. On Oct. 10 the writes for laborers wero boosted to J1.55 an hour. PITCH woo New Rork—Defenftp Secretary Louis Johnson hints the United States will try to pull RusnU'* (satellites away from the Krem-' lln. Speaking In New York. .lohn- tMiri said the country muxt kf*p he friends It h;ui. and "won nllleH away from potential rno- mie.H," AIRPORT USES GAS . Average daily consumption of gasoline at T^riGuardia. field in New | York is 175,000 (j-'i'lons. 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