Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 11, 1949 · Page 6
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PAGE 6—XAUGATVCK NEWS (CONN.), FRIDAY, NOV. 11, 1040 Waterbury Democrats Agree Reorganization Essential Agreeing that there "has got to be a reorganization" of the Democratic party in Waterbury, Atty. Frank T. Healey, a member of the Democratic State Central Committee, last night said he thought a statement made earlier in the day by former State Senator Michael V. Blansfleld wa.3 a good idea. He said. "There is no Democratic jarty <in Waterbury) at the moment. The party must b c rebuilt." Atty. Blnnsfleicl recommended the party be completely .reorganized •with "non-partisan." Democrats •who were neither in the Tungncy nor Cashin-Sullivan forces. Town Committee Chairman Mtuirlcfc F. Tangney refused to comment on the Blansfield statement, but de- TOWLE GORHAM LUNT WALLACE INTERNATIONAL WHITING Lay Away Now For Christinas Easy Terms William Schpero Jewelers 162 CHURCH STREET nicd he ever said that he would not resign as chairman of |hn Democratic party. Atty. Hcaloy says he feels >i strong town committee with a strong hoad" should be organi/.cd. but said he "wouldn't icnow" how to fro about reorganizing the party. Ho continued that the hoad of the ^town Kx>mmitt>ec Hhould .be someone who is willing to consider the component, parts of (he com- mllteo Jind who will listen to "expressions of thought" which do not necessarily coincide w 11 h liis own. The Democratic party in Waterbury hni3 become "old anil fat," he said. He also feels there Is no such thing as a "non-partisan" Democrat, as cither a party member is a supporter of the regular organization or is oppo«ed to it. Former Mayor John S. Monagar. also agreed to a reorganization of the party, and Mrs. Winifred McDonald, secretary of state, called for a delay of a week or so before making any decisions, as she claims everyone 10 "emotionally upset now." Inspect Meadowbrook (Continued From Pacrc One) The National Guard recently contended that the site was in danger of flood conditions of the Naujra- tuck river and also that there was insufficient land for drill purposes. National Guard officials have been quoted as saying they want "no more stalling from town officials," but Warden Carter says, "They'll jjive us no indication of what they want, other thtin they want land, but they won't say how much." Rep. Adam Mentraccl, who haa spearheaded the Plan to hnv c a National Guard garage, and eventually an armory built here, said today that Gen. Joseph P. Nolnn had actually drafted a letter withdrawing the local project. Ho sairl hp had withheld the letter on assurance of local authorities that a report of ipi-ogress would he given by Monday. "Unless the local authorities move immediately," said Rep. Menjraccl. "all the work done thus far will have gone for nothing." Fifty Year Club Annual Dinner Beacon Falls (Continued From Page One) Whcnler. wtnward; George L-'iffor- l.y, Jr., uHHlniiinl «t«wiird; Kdle- j»u Shctler, chaplain; Clara HttwklnH, lecturer; Vinci-Ann Sabia, assistant lecturer; Cathetrine Dolron, Pomona; Catherine O'Roukrc, l^lora; Nancy Archambault, Ceres; Ruth Carrol), secretary; Li via Sa- Dla, lady assistant steward and Mrs. Tucker, pianist. The new officers will be installed lit ceremonies planned for Dec. 13. Mrs. Rose Travers was named ".hairman of a committee to ;i>- ••ungu a card party for the bcne- I'll of the Grange building ;"und :3he will be assisted by Mrs. Fred Irdry and Mrs. Freda Jones. ?te- TcHhmcnts for the parly will be ; n charge of Clara Hawkins, Llvlu Sabia, Mr Sullivan and Mnry Ann Thlbodeau. Tt was voted to conduct future Mcmben^of the fifty-year cluh_nf the Naugatuck Footwear plant, Unitr;d States Rubber Company, who attended the club's fifth ° niiual illnner meetings on the nrrnna nnd fourth! vv<.<lncH(lnyn <,r <':i<-h month, ntnri-l «ng Doc. 2X. The 1 IK-XX meeting of lh<; Grange will be Nov. 22. I'ontona Orange New officci-M of Pomona Grange will be elected at the unnunl meeting next Wednesday night In the Community Club. ANTI-CROSBY Prague—The Czech Commun- iKt Vouth union threaten* to mid entertainment *pots In Prncne where ri«cor<lis of th*> niUMlcal Crmhy Brother*, Bin* and Boli. arc twinjj plavcd. The younu Communists arc annoyed hocaiifie. of the popularity of Mm "old KToanpr" and hU brother, | whose records are lx»lnK- piven I wild ovations by the Czechs. group represents 1,808 year* of nervlce with United States Rubber Company. Raymond Foley (Continued From Pag? One) TEST HOSE Members of the Naugatuck Fire Department tested more than 1,000 fc«t of hose this jmorning on Buckingham Btrec-t, Fire Chief John J. Sheridan reports. This Is part of the annual program to test all heavy hose in the department. be done about turning back to the borough, schools that aren't now and won't bo in u.se. He mentioned Beebe street and the Grovcslde schools which are not in use at the present time and pointed out Lhat Prospect street is developing into a speedway. "Many drivers seem to give no thought to the fact that there is a school right around vhc corner," he said. New Schools "Good progress" has been made In the construction of the three new schools, Mr. Chlttenden said. However, he added that unless the steel required for the construction 1)1 U»U/H LJJJJU UI1U injlllllm MUl L/Jtl I. i „ . by next year, Oak street rind Rub- of roofs arrives soon, there may be . - ... . . . *inmp riplnv bnr avenue schools will not be use When the present school building Drogram was started, the board Dlanned on receiving some $25,000 from the sale of Hchols which will be abandoned. Chairmfin .Judy Dointed out that the cost of the schools was estimated at $750,000 inri that the board has entered Into contracts which "are now somewlmt over $700,000." The $50,000 grant which was «'x- Dected from the stato has not been forthcoming and Chairman Judy **aid that the borough will prob- nbly need the money from the sale of the schools. No action was taken on turning the schools back to the control of the borough, but thn board WIIK nuked to conHidcr taking action on the matter within the next two or three months. Bus Korvlcn The board approved a miggcstion by Mr. ChlUonden to extend the bus service in the Glenridgc development to take care of pupils in the fourth and fifth grades. Permission wns.also granted for children living on Wtioster street to ride on the East Waterbury road bus. Mr. Chlttenden slated that he felt some delay. Th estate aid to education grant thin year will be $85,852, Mr. Chlt- tcnden said. The amount is $1,252 more than the 84,600 which had boon expected and included in the budget. Last ynar $84,827 hnd been r«cnived and the year before, $83,489.66 was granted the borough, ho said. Mr. Chiltcnden reported that the schedule at Hop Brook school gymnasium is filled with the exception of Sunday. The schedule for the high school gym has not been completed he Bald, and efforts are being made to meet with all requests. JEOPARDISED Washington—The ChlnoMo Com- rnuriiNt regime IH (relieved to have jeopardized liny chancn of gaining early American recognition by- keeping an American diplomatic official a virtual prisoner. Diplomatic observers In Washington nay the government probably will refuxe to consider recognition while thu American consul at Mukden, Angus Ward, remains In jail. KNOX PROMOTED New Milford, Nov. 11—(CTPj.— Word has been received In Now Milford of the promotion- of Charles F. Knox, Jr., in the State Department. A report from Washington says the New Milford man will go to Nclhcrlands, West Indies, as consul general. ASSESSMENT STANDS New Haven, Nov. 11—(UP)- -A $730,000 tax assessment placed against emergency housing units "Xalc still stands today. The board of tax review has turned down an appeal by the University on iho grounds that the assessment Is Inri- ,propcr| erroneous and illegal. 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