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PAGE 6—NACGATUCK NKWS (CONN.), FRIDAY. NOV. 4, IMfl Protestant Youth Rally Planned Here November 20 Plans for participation in several coming events were made by the Luther League of Salem Lutheran Church at a recent meeting, it was announced today by the Rev. Donald L. Kent, minister. The borough group will be one of three Luther Leagues taking part in a fall round-up at the Lutheran Church, Stamford, Sunday, Nov. 13 at 3:30 o'clock Other groups taking part will be the Stamford Luther League and that of St. Mark's Church, Black Rock, Bridgeport. A youth rally for young people of all Naugatuck Protestant churches will be staged by the league Nov. 20 at 7 o'clock in the church hall. Speaker will be Dr. Evald B. Lawiion. president of Upsala College, East Orange, N. J. The league will take part in the program to be presented. Preliminary plans for the annual Christmas Candlelight service were also discussed. The service is to be held early next month, with further arrangements to be announced. The league will have a business meeting Sunday evening at 6 o'clock In the church hall. HIGHEST STATE Colorado has the highest average elevation of any state in the U. S., average 6,800 feet. [7S PRICES DROPPED" TO A ITFW LOW. Compare Price mnd Quality CctaMlshed I8S9 . MAIN 8T. WATF/RBTTRY TONY'S Poultry Market 100 JOHN STREET Tel. 2691 Finest Live Poultry, Fresh Killed and Dreiwed to Your Order. BROILERS, FRVEKS, BAKEBS, ETC. In All Size*. FRESH EGGS at AIX TIMES Welfare Program To Be Continued, Truman Promises (By United Press) No one need speculate any more about the Democratic platform for the 1950 camfpaign... .the leader of the party—Harry S. Truman- had made that clear. The chief executive says he will keep plugging for his legislative program... .for welfare legislation. And he predicts that the voters will show they are for that program in the 1950 elections^ That was the essence of Mr. Truman's remarks in a nationwide radio address from St. Paul last night. Some 12,000 persons who heard the speech in St. Paul liked what iMr. Truman had to say in the address he called non-political. But Republican National Chairman Guy Gabrielson didn't like it at all. He wired the Columbia Broadcasting system—which carried the broadcast—that Mr. Truman's \vordii were political . and he demanded radio time for a GOP reply. C-B-S says it will check the text of the address and let the Republican party know its decision. A GOP leader Senator Robert Taft of Ohio, warns tthat a defeat for conservatives in the 1950 elections, means the nation will go Socialist., on the lines of the British labor government. Taft told the Ohio Chamber of Commerce yesterday that the President's welfare program would add 20-billion dollars to the national budget. 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TEL. 2211 Meets Naval Operations Chief Navy Secretary Francis Matthews (left) congratulates Vice Admiral Forrest P. Sherman in Washington after he was named Chief of Naval Operations by President Truman. Sherman, who succeeds ousted Admiral Louis E. I»enfeld. told newsmen that he wants "a fighting Navy at sea instead of a fighting Navy on land." (International Soundphoto) Ground-Breaking Ceremonies Planned For New Building New Haven—Albert N. JorRen- sen. president of the University of Connecticut, will deliver the principal address at ground-breaking ceremonies for the new $150,000 B'nai B'rith Hillel building which will be erected at Storrs for Jewish students of the university. The ceremony will take place on Sunday afternoon, November 6. at 1:30 p. m. and will be attended by distinguished state, civic and religious leadens, it wns announced today by Lester L. Hershman, of New H^ven, Connecticut, president of the Connecticut Stato Council of B'nai B'rith. Prea'de-nfc 'JcVlenscn will turn the first spadeful of earth in the ground-breaking ceremony for the building—a project which culminates ten years of planning., Mrs. J'jliin Schnellor, of Essex, widow of the late Julius Schnoller who laid the groundwork for the structure iprior to his death,, will also turn a spadeful of earth. The event will open -with an Invocation by Rab'bi Alexander Feinsilver, Director of Hillel at the University of Connecticut. Moses A. Savin L of New London, chairman of the Connecticut State Hille) Commission and driving force in making the building possible, will deliver a brief address. BODY FOUND Easton, Nov. 4—(UP)—The body of a 62-year-old man has been j found hanging from an apple tree Record Catch A RECORD catch on light tackle if this 53^pound, 3-ounce king salmon proudly displayed by fisherman Erne St. Claire of Portland, Ore. After the strike, the angler waded in and played his catch for some distance downstream in the Ne- halera River before maneuvering it into the shallow water. There he beached the biR boy.(/?:!eT7taticniflP in his back yard. A medical exani- ineij said the death of William File—a caretaker—was a suicide. Evergreen Needles Dropping Call For Watering, Mulch Countless tree owners are worried this Fall by the appearance of their evergreens. The needles are browning and dropping off. It to not the usual dropping-of three-year-old needles, reports Dr. Rush P. Marshall, director of the Bartlett Tree Research Laboratory. But two-year- old needles are falling-" as well, making: an alarmingly large carlptet of dead needles beneath the trees and shrubs. White pines look bald, almost like "picked chickens," with only this year's growth of needles /•enaaining 1 . Hemlock, flrs end spruces have been equally hard hit. Many arborvitae have taken .on a brownish cast, with only the tip?, of the fan-like spray of leaves remaining green. The trees are dropping the needles, Dr. Marshall says, to reduce their leaf surface and thus protect tremselves from the effects of the long Summer drought. With less moisture available than normally to the roots, these trees by some 'mysterious signals of their own shed their leaves to cut down transpiration losses. What can tree owners do? Water their trees well before the ground .freezes. Evergreens need water in the winter for there is transpiration - loss or moisture constantly. But avoid over-watering- which may cause roots to rot. If your soil has a hardpan bottom, there is a tendency for wafer to stand giving a tree "wet feet." Hemlocks like a moist soil, for example, but they cannot stand as much water as a white r^ln^ Most evergreens prefer moist but well- drained soil. After watering, apply a mulch of oak leaf compost. This will prevent deep freezing of the ground and help retain moisture. Evergreens tha't have been transplanted this Pall are in ipar, ticular need of water and mulch'!' Water daily until the plant has been well established. There should be a slight depression rather than a mound at the base of the tree so the water will be held in. For newly transplanted evergreens,- an extra heavy mulch is recommended, tout this .should be partially remo\*d next Spring. Return To Work At Bethlehem Promotions Announced In Naval Reserve Harry Raap. 400 Wooster street, has been promoted from fireman apprentice to flreman, Lieut. Com- m.ander John Doran, commanding ofT:?er of Organized Surface Division 3-14 of the Waterbury Naval Reserve announced today. Raap is one of nine men pro| motcd. AJ| have completed one 1 year's instruction in the firemen training program and have taken their two week.? annual cruise. PLENTY OF NICKELS More than two billion nickels were minted in the first 75 years j of their use. / Their strike ended,, workers at the Bethlehem Steel Plant In Bethlehem, Pa., put blowpipes back In place to connect the blast furnaces with the blowing engines. CIO President Philip Murray urged the entire steel industry to come to terms with the union and join Bethlehem In settlement of the nationwide steel strike. (Int. Soundphoto) Jesuit Priest To Conduct Triduum In Saint Francis' A triduircni in honor of the Sacred Heart of Jesus will open Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock in St. Francis' church, the Rev. Paul F. Keating, |pastor, announced today. The devotions will be conducted by the Rev. John J. Galvin, SJ of Boston. Father Keating said in announcing the three days' prayer that its purpose is to renew ''in our parish devotion to the Sacred Heart." He sa.id that the Most Rev. Henry J. O'Brien, Bishop of Hartford, wishes this devotion renewed throughout the diocese. 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