Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 28, 1949 · Page 2
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I»ACE 2— NAKGATPCK NEWS (CONN.), FB1DAY. OCT. 28, 1940 DREW PEARSON ON The WASHINGTON MERRY-GO-ROUND Drew Pearson Says: U. S. Diplomats Convinced That Stalin Plans Showdown With Tito; Mayor O'Dwyer And Miss Simpson; Furore In The Caribbean Adds To Navy's Headaches. Washington — U. S. diplomats I from the Iron- Curtain countries meeting in London this week hac before them conclusive evidence that Stalin now plans a showdown with Tito. The showdown will be undertaken, as far as possible with out leading to war, but if -war is necessary the Kremlin apparently has decided to risk it. Here are the factors which led American clusion: diplomats to this con- 1. Tito's nose-thumbing at the Kremlin has become contagious Other satellite countries are figuring that if Yugoslavia can get away with it, they can too. Tito, once trained as an NKVD agent, has sent his'own agents out to work against Moscow in Hungary Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria, Rouma- Dia. 2. The end of the Grek civil war was not because the guerrillas were defeated, but to rest them for an attack on Tito. Seven thousand Greek guerrillas already have been transferred to Bulgaria and Czechoslovakia to get re-«quipped. 3. A brigade of the east German people's police has been sent from Berlin to Bulgaria. They were previously trained in Yugoslavia during the German occupation, know tow to fight Tito. 4. One attack on Tito has already taken place, though no news was published in the Yugoslav papers The U. S. embassy reported that Russian guerrillas crossed from Hungary, fired a few shots and then retreated. Tito hushed it up to keep from alarming his people. Will USA Fight? What the Kremlin is banking on is the belief that the United.States is not ready to risk war, will not intervene to help Tito. This is based partly on U. S. isolationism, partly from Moscow's plan to disguise the Tito attack as an internal revolt. Thus the main problem confronting American diplomats has become: how to head off war by telling the Kremlin we would fight— though the final decision actually lies with Congress. History shows that Hitler never would have invaded the) Ruhr if ne thought the French would have fought. He guessed right. France wouldn't fight at that time. Again Hitler figured that the western allies would not fight if he invaded Austria, then Czechoslovakia. Again he guessed right. They didn't fight. By that time Hitler was getting brash and bloodthirsty. Perhaps he might not have invaded Poland if he had thought the-British would fight. In any event, he guessed wrong, and World War n began. The situation may be the same regarding Yugoslavia. Its invasion may be a steppingstone to Greece Turkey. Suez, Africa, India. We may not fight at first, but eventually we will. So the State Department figures it is better to be firm at first and let the Kremlin know exactly where we stand. That is what <Vm- *rican diplomats faced this week in London. Another Famous Simpson Mayor William O'Dwyer born in Ireland, who rose to be mayor of the world s greatest city after starting as a lowly Brooklyn cop. is from f ^ S ° me subtle knifi "S from his fellow Irish. Ir !'^ e ~— '.'."say the New York second Duke of Windsor " m ^y. sref er to the fact' that the Simpson, fashion consultant 8 whose marriage was annulled by the Pot,. But what the mayor's polfucai hp P h?= ei L tS maliciou sly infer is that he has become a playboy, is marry . me a woman who received an an Develops New 'Eye first set foot in this country forty More Navy Headaches poSfcaT*^ M *, 0t itself into «»« the Wut ? * Wat "~ this time in SCULLY, Florist '•EO T. SCtnir Fran. PHONE WAT 5-7280* FLOWERS for All Occarioo. FLOWEB8 TJXEGRATHEP MELBOURNE'S FLOWER SHOP U» BtTBBJSB AVENUB BUCKMILLER Funeral Home 22 PARK PLACE Telephone 4334 David S. Grey OPTICS EXPERT David S. Grey demonstrates his newly-developed microscope at the annual meeting of the American Cancer Society in New York. It uses ultra violet light to permit cancerous tissue to be seen and photographed with in. creased clarity. The new microscope will be a big help to cancer research workers. (.International) that he has decided, to ask the recall of Adm. Dan Barbey, commander of the Caribbean sea frontier. What happened was that the U. S. A., while preaching democracy for France, Italy and the North Atlantic pact countries, let the Navy play footsie with one of the bloodiest dictators .in all Latin America— President Trujillo of the Dominican Republic. Just as Adm. Richard Conolly got some U. S. diplomats sore by making a special courtesy cruise to visit dictator Franco in Spain, so Admiral Barbey made a special courtesy call on Trujillo. Furthermore, he did so after Governor Munoz Marin had strongly advised against it. Combined Choirs Plan Rehearsals For Yule Program The combined choirs of Protestant churches in the borough will hold their first rehearsal in preparation for a program of Christmas music to be presented Dec. 11 in the Congregational church, Sunday afternoon, Nov. 6 from 3 to 4:30 o'clock in the parish house. oBot dttEi uem T D ms pm tt9( Other rehearsals will be held Nov. 13, 27 and Dec. 4. The program will include Christmas anthems and three choruses from Handel's The Messiah. Carols will be sung by the entire congregation. The combined choirs will be under the'direction of Jesse P'. Davis. Mrs. Charles D. McCleary will be organist. An inter-church activity, the program is "sponsored by the Naugatuck Council of Churches. Hartford Police Hunt Thieves In Store Burglary (By United Press) Thieves who bored a hole in the roof of a ,department store and stole $5,000 worth of merchandise, are being- sought by Hartford police. The break occurred at Wachtel's department store. The burglars were said to have worked with professional precision and were careful not to disturb any alarms. They used a make-shift ladder to reach the roof and to remove the merchandise. Boy Scouts Bob For Apples At Party A Halloween party featured Wed- lesday night's meeting of Troop 9, 3oy Scouts at Beacon Valley Grange. A skit was presented by Fred Trestrail, Edward Smith, Roger Andersen and Charles Smith. Robert Holdsworth, assistant Scoutmaster, and guest James Reynolds of Troop 15 presented monologue readings. Steal the bacon was played and later Scouts bobbed for apples. Cider and other refreshments were served. McArthur Office Sold As Dwelling A house, used by the Warren McArthur Corp., as nh office building in Bantam, was sold two weeks' ago to James A. D'Amato of Bantam for $6.500, according to papers filed with the Litchfield town clerk. The building, formerly a two-family private dwelling will be reconverted into a two-family residence, using a part of the structure for office space which would be rented. Sale of the building is the first real estate deal completed by the Reconstruction Finance Corp., since it took over the Bantam factory last April 9 through foreclosure. The property was offered for sale in its entirety, but now the RFC has decided to sell it piecemeal. An estimated 250 persons were laid off last Dec. 17 when the McArthur firm ceased operations. The company formerly manufactured airplane seats. U. S. Rubber Co. Raises Tire Price A three and a half per cent price boost in passenger car, truck, farm and industrial tires and tubes was announced yesterday by the U. S. Rubber Co. The company's extra quality Royal Master tire price remains unchanged. The action followed similar price boosts made by Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co., and Firestone Tire and Rubber Co. * EXCLUSIVE SCOOP! 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Harvest Sale, sponsored by Ladies' auxiliary of Hillside Congregational church in church hall. 7 to & p.. m. Friday, Oct. 28 St. Mary's Altar society's children's Halloween party. Board of Assessors, 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. Bakery sale, Girl Scout troop No. 34, St. Michael's parish house, 11 a. m. to 3 p. m. Local Eagles Awic will play Torrington Aerie in setback matches. Harvest Sale, sponsored by Ladies' auxiliary of Hillside Congregational church in church hall, 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. Saturday, Oct. 29 Board of Assessors, 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. Halloween Danw for adults and young- people,- Pond Hill Community Center, 8 p. m. Sunday, Oct. 30 St. Mary's Altar society receives Communion in body at 7:30 a. m. Mass. Monday, Oct. 81 Red Cross Home Nursing course, Tuttle s"hool, 8 p. m. Bdard of Assessors, 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. Tuesday, Nov. 1 Kennedy Circle, Daughters of Isabella, Installation of Officers and Banquet, 6 p. m., at Hotel Elton, Waterbury. Executive Committee, Naugatuck Council of Churches meets at 8 p. . Hillside Congregational m. in Church. Regular monthly meeting, Board of Warden and Burgesses, Town Hall, 8 p. m. Public card party, at Central Avenue school, sponsored by PTA, 8 «p. m V, ' _ fj&i-u^n. .uiaiiun, ^onnecucut tjoun- Board of Assessors, 10 a. m. tocil of Catholic Women, Brennan's 8 p - m ' store, Church street, 10 a. m. Wednesday, Nov. 2 Monthly meeting of Aid Society In Congregational parish house. St. Mary's Altar society annual Halloween party, 8 p. m. Tied Cross Home Nursing course, Tuttle school, 8-p. m. Thursday, Kov. 3 Annual banquet, Naugatuck Chamber of Commerce, Elks' r<>oms, 7 p. m. Annual Methodist Church Fair, 1 p. m. Turkey dinner from 5 to 7 p. m. , Friday, Nov. 4 'Rummage sale, sponsored by Ladies' Aid society of Immanuel Lutheran church, in Raytkwich garage. Annual luncheon, Sarah Rogers chapter, DAR, Salem Lutheran Church hall, l:30%,p. m. First concert in Woman's Study Club concert-lecture series, Congregational Church, 8:15 p. m. Christmas Fair, sponsored by Ladies' Aid Society of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 7 p. m. Annual Methodist Church Fair, 1 p. m. Dessert-bridge 2 p. m. Movies shown both days, at 4 p m for children. : Monday, Nov. 7 Red Cross Home Nursing course. Tuttle School, 8 p. m. Meeting- of com'mittee arranging for Montanari-Rado post auxiliary, Harvest Hop, in Cristoforo Columbo hall, 8 p. m. Tuesday, Nov. 8 Junior Chamber of Commerc- supper-meeting, 6:15 o'clock, Annenberg's Restaurant. Wednesday, Nov. 0 Naugatuck District Girl Scout committee meets at home of Mrs. Philip E. Rice, Park avenue, 8 p. m. Red Cross Home Nursing course, Tuttle school, 8 p. m. Testimonial dinner flor Q. P. Rodenbach, 6 p. m., Salem Lutheran parish hall. Regular meeting, St. Mary's Altar society .church hall, 8 p. m. 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