Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 28, 1949 · Page 6
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 6

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, October 28, 1949
Page 6
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PAOK 6—NAUr.ATTJCK NEWS (CONN.). FRIDAY. OCT. 28, IMfl Summer Home Owners Urged To List Property With S. P. Summer home owners who are closing or have closed their cottages for the winter have been urged by State Police Lt. George H Remer, commanding officer of the Bethany Barracks, to list their property with the State Police, to obtain benefit from a regular -protective patrol check. Police patrols are maintained in summer home areas, dny and night, and cooperation of citizens, is requested in reporting promptly to the nearest barracks any suspicious persons, av.tomobMes. or trucks observed near posted pr^em- ises. L,t. Remer has offered the following susgestings to summer home owners. 1. Make absolutely 'certain all doors and windows are lor.kod or bolted securely. If home i.= equipped with outside shutters,. make sure these too are closed and fastened. This also applies to garages, sheds, etc. 2. Pull down inside blinds so that prowlers cannot view the interior of the cottage. 3. When weather i? favorable. make a trip <to your cottago nnd check it over. If a break is discovered. <:all the barracks at once: dor't touch anything.' 4. Don't leave jpwelry, cameras, sporting equipment, guns or other valuable articles In cottages. However, if you have reason to do so. note the identifying mark and write down serial nurr.bers of guns, ameras, etc. Police are engaged in posting notices at lake, -mountain and EXPERT BODY WORK Complete Painting Facilities Wrecker and Tow-Ing Service Estimates Furnished Budget Plan Available The Naugatuck Fuel Co. FORD DEALER Phone 5236 shore resorts at this time. Lt. Remer said that a phone call, letter or card to the Bethany Barracks would initiate posting of an owner's 'cottage. Hartford Man Hauls Chiefs Into Court Hartford, Oct. 28—(UP)—A lawyer has been retained by Frank Ida to go to bat for him against the Hartford Chiefs baseball club. Ida lives outside the left field fence at Bulkeley Stadium, and that's the rub. He says he's fed up with the "nuisance" of home runs which he reports makes his home a No-Man's Land. "It's positively dangerous," he says. He adds that he's further upset because hordes of youngsters camp in his yard, waiting to snatch one of the prized pellets. Ida says he hasn't decided what legal action to take, if any. He suggests that the ball club heighten its fence, build a screen—or move the Stadium. Thanks Pal For Airborne Rescue • FRENCH GOVERNMENT •Paris—France has a new government-about like the one that resigned 23 days agro. Premier Georges Bidault is putting 17 veteran coalition ministers into his new cabinet after winning a vote of confidence in the national assembly last night. GM BREAKS RECORD New York — General Motors Corp. has broken all previous records Lo become top-money earner in the nation. It reports a net income of more than half- a-billion-dollars in the- first nine months of this year, passing its record 1948 earnings. Dancing Tonight 9 'TIL ONE In the COPPER ROOM Featuring BOB HALPRIN and His Society Orchestra SATURDAY EVENINGS Dinner Dancing 6:30 to 8:SO -Supper Dancing P to One Hotel Elton "ON THE GREEN" ' -—~~~ . +*. , „,»—««^»s««,«»» JK— ^m j.^K^tei^m^»i..^imgfimfmfam teaved from certain death during an airborne show at Elgin Field Fla. Private Charles J. Dye (bottom, left), Akron, Ohio, thanks his buddy Sgt. Marvin O. Smith, Huntsville, Ala., for "pulling him through." At top, left, Dye falls on top of the 'chute of Smith. At top right, Smith holds fast to Dye after grabbing the latter's chute shrouds as he plunged past. The two, men landed safely, aided by Dye's own partially inflated: 'chute which helped to soften the fall. (Int. Soundphotot) School Cafeteria Supervisors At W. Hartford Conference Six women of che Irnugatuck public school cafeteria system and Miss Mary Brazis of the superintendent's office are attending a state school lunch conference today at Webster Hill School, West Hartford. They are Mrs. Lillian Millward and Mrs. Harry Kreidler of Hop Brook; Mrs. Catherine Sweeney and Mrs. Louise Greidcr of Central Avenue and Mrs. Agnes Grant and Mrs. Teresa Brennan of Salem. The affair opened at 10 o'clock this morning, arid closes this afternoon. Greetings from Governor Chester A. Bowles were given' by Miss Jean Joyce', his executive assistant and an address was given by N. S. Light, chief of the bureau of school and community -services of the State Board of Education. School lunch plans for the coming year were discussed by Mrs. Edith M. Cushman, s^ate supervisor of school lunches and James Butler, distrib- puting agent of the purchases department. Other speakers were Mrs. Arra Button Mixter of the Hartford Gas Co., Mrs. Martha S. Fry of the state nutrition council; Mrs. Katherine Wisley of the U. S. Department of Agriculture; Miss Alice Johnson of Webtser school. The principal address was delivered by Dr. Mary de Garmo Bryan, professor of institution management of the Columbia University teachers college. Her subject was "The Importance of School Lunch." CAUTIOUS OPTIMISM New York—Federal mediators show a certain cautious optimism today over efforts to settle the steel strike. But they say the basic disagreement is continuing the deadlock. Shop At Freedman's Tonight Till 8:45 ON OUR ENTIRE STOCK 500 LADIES DRESSES (INCLUDING FAMOUS BRANDS) 1O% to 2O% OFF (Sizes 9 to 241/2) ' SPECIAL GROUP OF $12.95 DRESSES ON SALE FOR $6.OO First Come—First Served ACT QUICKLY ALL SALES FINAL -199 CHURCH STREET Store Open Daily Monday Thru Saturday, 9:30 to 5:45 Investigate Possible "Fix" In Felton, Kid Gavilan Fight Detroit, Oct. 29—(UP)—A J?dou- ble-barreled investigation of the Les Felton-Kid Gavilan fight last Friday night is under way in Detroit. Detroit Police Commissioner Harry Toy says he's checking reports that "heavy money"-was bet on the fight. It was won by the underdog Felton on what generally is agreed was a "home-town" decision. The Michigan Boxing commission, which already has revoked the licenses of two officials who worked the fight, also is investigating. Earljer, the commission lifted the licenses of Referee Morris Sherman and Judge Sam Pearlstein, whose votes gave Felton the split decision, because of what the commission called "laxity in their duties." Peorlstein Insists he • called the fight as he saw H and says: "I have no ajS|logies to make to anybody." Referee Sherman takes a similar stand. "The only reason I let the dull fight go on," he says, "was in fairness to the crowd. You have to land punches to win. And Gavilan wasn't landing them." Ringsiders charge that Gavilan didn't land any because Felton, an unknown fighter before that night, ran all through the 10 rounds. BULLETINS KATY TRAIN CRASH Temple, Texas—A Missouri-Kansas-Texas freight jumped the tracks south of Temple, Texas, today. And police say at least one man was killed, and at least two Injured. The line, commonly called the Katy, has not yet determined the cause of the accident. oOo FEAR CONVICTS Wilmington, Del.-Jpolice fear that six escaped convicts may break into private homes around Wilmington, Del., for food and warmth. The men. who are heavr- lly armed, escaped from a jail near Wilmington. Two were captured, after an 85-mile-an-hour chase. • , ATTENDS MEETING . :Mrs. Charles Anderse'n, executive secretary of the Naugatuck Red Cross Chapter, attended an all-day meeting of executive secretaries of 12 Connecticut Chapters Wednesday in Bridgeport. John Halloran, director of the Red Cross blood bank, program in Connecticut, was the principal speaker. ' • oOo—- SWORN IN Washington—The first woman ever to become n :"ull-ranking American ambassador will be sworn into office today. Mrs. Eu- srenie Anderson of Red Wing, Minn., becomes ambassador to'. Denmark just five years after she first got into politics by campaigning for local Democratic candidates) in her home toiam. Also Friday Nights Until 8: 3ANTOS GENERAL REPAIRS Radiators, Batteries <Vash:jiur Machines, Baby Carriage* Bicycles, Soldering LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED W» Rnhher AT». Phone 8S77 The Perfect Gilt!! 8x10 KASHMIR PORTRAIT and 12 Portraits on CRESTING CARDS All for only — $3.95 THIBODEAU STUDIO Npary Building Tel. 2348 | PRIVATE SHOWING Elmer Wheeler Sales Training Elton Hotel—MOII. Eve. Oct. Slsl Call.'write or phone for ticket. POST JUNIOR COLLEGE J4 Central Ave. Phone 4-8772 Waterbury TONY'S Poultry Market 100 JOHN STREET Tel. 2691 Finest Live Poultry, Fresh Killed and Dressed to 'Your Order. BROILERS, FRYERS, BAKERS, ETC. In All Sizes. FRESH EGGS at AM, TIMES f BAMOS IRON WORKS tie RUBBER AVENUE Expert Weldlnp ol All Types—Forging. Sliest Metal * Orimmental Bt««) Wort. — Portable Welillng Eqnlpmett — TELEPHONE «I77 The MUSIC SHOP . . . records for children make wonderful year-round gifts . . . 88 Church St. Phone 5287 Enjoy A DELICIOUS SANDWICH at ROOKY'S WAYSIDE KITCHEN Waterbury Road at Platte Hills .Optn Dally 12 Noon to 12 Midnight Sundays 3 P. M. to 12 Midnight COMBINATION ALUMINUM STORM WINDOWS * DOORS NEW ENGLAND SALES CO ALSCO 188 Bank St., Waterimry Phone 4-9219 Allerton Chapter Welcomes Excellent Companion Tonight Excellent Companion Gerald D. Hunenber?*, 33rd Degree, of the Grand Chapter of Royal ' Arch Masons of Connecticut, will pay .an official visit to Allerton Ohap- ter, Royal Arch Masons this evening at 7:30 o'clock in Masonic Temple, Church street, it was announced today try K. J. Knudsen, high priest. " The most cxcelle'nt masters degree will be> exemplified under the direction of Excellent Companion! Ernest Lorcntzsen, assisted > by Excellent Companions Fred Monti-cue, Oscar Sandell and William Layton and regular officers All Royal Arch Masons ara. urged to attend: Refreshments will be served at the close of the ceremonies. • Beacon Falls Scout Meeting Plans for attendance at the Yale- Brown football game in New Haven will be made at a meeting of Boy Scout, Troop 1, tonight in the basement of the Community Club at 7:30. Scoutmaster Raymond Jones announced today. All Scouts who wish to see the game are asked to attend tonight's" meeting. The Rev. L. A. Harper, Jr., and George Vought will be there to help with arrangements. FAIL RAE.I.Y A fall rally for giria wiH be held this evening starting at 7 o'clock at the YMCA under the direction of the YMCA Ladles. Auxiliary. An entertainment program will be presented, followed by the serving of refreshments. Mrs. Harold Daume will present a puppet show as the highlight of the entertainment. Also on the program are motion pictures, group singing and a gymnastic exhibition. SEE PERSONAL APPEAL Washington—Government labor experts think President Truman may use his prestige an chief executive in a personal appeal to both sides in the steel industry before using the Taft- Hartlcy Law In the steel strike They think he may sound out ooth sides in the coal dispute on whether they'd co-operate with a fact-finding board, but not one created under the Taft-Hartley law. GIRL SCOUTS OF THE U.S.A. KRESEL * WOLF'S FUR COAT SALE TODAY & SATURDAY ONLY ' DEPOSIT WILL RESERVE YOUR COAT — BUDGET TO SUIT YOU! TOP ALLOWANCE FOR YOUR OLD FUR COAT! OPEN THURSDAY NITE TILL 9 P. M, OUTSTANDING PURCHASE LUXURIOUS FUR COATS • You'll recognize them as brand-new the minute you see them! • You'll know their quality the minute you run your fingers over the furs! --• You'll find it difficult to believe the low prices! • Come early to get the coat of your choice . . . quantities are limited! $ 165 YOU SAVE $70 TO $330 DURING THE SALE THINK OF IT, A $495 GREY BOMBAY LAMB •• NOW ONLY THINK OP IT, A $395 LET OUT DYED MARMOT NOW ONLY * THINK OP IT, A $425 BABY LEOPARD CAT ', NOW ONLY THINK OF IT, A $325 DYED MUTATION MUSKRAT NOW ONLY > i THINK OF IT, A $300 HOLLANDER DY.EIX MUSKRAT NOW ONLY '165 165 '165 $ 165 THINK OF IT, A $250 SILVER PLATINA FOX JACKET NOW ONLY 165 THINK OF IT, A $235 Grey or Black Dyed PERSIAN PAW .... NOW ONLY THINK OF IT, A $300 Dyed Russian Squirrel STOLE CAPE .... NOW ONL ! Y '165 '165 SEE OUR FINE COLLECTION OF BLACK AND GREY PERSIAN LAMBS... SHEARED BEAVERS • . . ALASKA SEAL, ETC. AT DRASTIC REDUCTIONS. Federal Excise Tax at the prevailing rale at the time of payment an«T delivery ' KRESEL & WOLF 32 North Main St., Waterbury Opp. the Green Tel. 4-4118 STORES IN NEW HAVEN AND BRIDGEPORT

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