Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 18, 1949 · Page 10
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PACK lO-NAPf.ATrCK NKWS (CONN.), FRIDAY, NOV. IK, I (Ml) Hearing On Gambling Laws Attracts Record Attendance A capacity crowd attended the legislative hearing Wednesday in Hartford on the issue of whether the state should relax its anti-gambling laws for the benefit of nonprofit organizations. The Rev. O. H. Bertram, pastor of St. Paul's Luheran church, was among a group of Protestant clergymen and spokesmen for Protestant church organizations, making •jp the anti-gambling forces. The debate centered around two bills introduced in the present special session of the General Assembly. One measure would permit certain non-profit organizations, chiefly volunter fire companies, to con- duct raffles and other games of chance at bazaars and carnivals, and the other would repeal a law, enacted several years ago, which permits ch,urches and other nonprofit groups to have bingo parties. The first bill drew most of the rl|ilr of "tioiiu'lhlnn fur nolhliiK." Thi:y cuncudcd llinl thu jiropoHdd relaxation of the law wan relatively trivial, but expressed the 1'ear it would lead to more serious forms of KiimbllnK suc |, aH horuo mco betting. THE 'VEEP' IS MAN OF THE HOUR j attention, with the second serving i to divide the audience into groups [who are again all gambling and those who wanted a limited amount jof "gambling" for "worthy causes." i Spokesmen for volunter fire companies spearheaded the drive for relaxation of the gambling laws. The church spokesmen maintained that gambling is "wrong" because it operates on the prin- NOTE THESE FEATURES: • 4 Point Feed Guides your stitching straight and true, with just gentle guiding op to the needle. • Fingertip Pressure Release lets you darn and mend without using any special attachment. • Built-in Sewlight puts illumination on your sewing right at the needlepoint where it is needed most. • Hinged Presser Foot enables you to sew right over basting pins thus eliminating hand basting. • Automatic Bobbin Winder properly fills bobbin and automatically releases it when completely filled. • Dial Stitch Length Regulator. You can set the control and be assured of the right stitch, for each gcwment. PRICES BEGIN AT $13995 Gov. Bowles To Open New Hall At State Hospital Tuesday The opening of the 300-bed Dutch- er'Hall by Governor Bowles at Connecticut State Hospital, Middletown, scheduled for Tuesday, will mark the first public program in Connecticut devoted to a complete presentation of the situation of the mentally iil in Connecticut as it exists today. Dr. Edgar C. Verbury, hospital superintendent, explained that "This occasion represents more than the opening of another building. It represents also a step forward in Connecticut's conception of the care of mental illness." The major problem facing the three institutions at the present time, other than adequate personnel, is the presence of some .3.000 resident patients over 60 years of ag-c. This number represents 40 per cent of the census of 8400 men- tallj'ill patients in the three institutions. Reliable figures from hospital authorities show that of the 3,000 mildly confused old people, some 600 to 800 need only custodial care and little if any psychiatric treatment. of the novels, Strand TERMS at LOW at $1.75 WEEK TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE FOR OLD MACHINES CARLSON'S OPEN FRIDAY EVENING — CLOSED MONDAYS "That Forsyte Woman" Held Over At Loew Strand As Erroll Flynn's vibrant young wife, Greer Garson has a tailor- made role in "That Forsyte Woman," , M-OMVs handsome Technicolor fllmization of one world's most widely-read which has moved to the for three more days. Cast as a woman lov^d by three men — Flynn, Walter Pidgeon, Robeit Young — Miss Garson fills one of the most demanding roles other carer as Irene Forsyte, the sensitive girl who marries into the snobbish and money-conscious Forsyte family only to find herself considered by her hu -band as just another of his properties." The narrative stems from Book One of, John Garlworthy's '-Tho i Forsyte Saga.' The plot follows Sonmes Forsyte's - (Erral Flynn. 1 curity and her ultimate acceptance ardent courtship of Irene, her reluctant decision to marry for se- by the family who had at nrs-t rejected her, led by the patriarch, old Jolyon Forsyte (Harry Davenport) and his grandmother, June (Janet Leig-h). * Walt Disneys "Seal Island," is the companion feature. U. S. ISSUES PATENTS More than 2,000.000 patents have been issued by the U. S. patent office since its opening. JULIUS CAESAR WAS AN EMPEROR OF ROME? PERSIANS DEVELOPED THE*PONY EXPRESS*/ 3 1. Fiction. Caesar was consul five times, dictator four times but never Emperor. The Roman Empire was not founded until 27 B.C. or 17 years after his death. 2. Fact. King Xerxes of Persia stationed men and horses, one day apart, to carry victorious messages quickly from the battlefronts to his homeland. Today the quickest way to send good news is, by a long distance telephone call. It's so inexpensive, too. Just glance at the low rates listed on the inside back cover of your telephone book and you'll be convinced. Remember: long dfstance is the shortest distance between two friends! ITS A FACT. LOWEST LONG DISTANCE RATES ARE IN EFFECT AFTER G P.M. AND ANYTIME ON SUNDAYS THJSOUTHERN NEW EfJGLA N D TELEPHONE COMPANY Three Women, Six Men Join Waterbury Naval Reserve I)iy, Cmdr, John F. Doran, commanding officer of Naval Reserve Dlv. 3-14. announced today the enlistment of nine new members in the Waterbury Naval Reserve. Included in this list arc two Watertown and one Southington girls who will assist the Naval Reserve in their clerical work as volunteer Waves. Enlistees are: John S. Osborne, SR (W), 306 Woodbury Rd., Watertown; Katherine O. Lewis, SR (W), 72 Bowers St., Watertown; Marguerite C. Perugim, SR (W), 19 Ohio Ave., Waterbury; William H. Carder, SR, 103 Euclid Ave., Waterbury; Joseph P. O'Brien, SR, 1128 W. Main St., Waterbury; Nicholas A. Landing, 50 Berkley Court, Southing-ton; Charies E. Gagne, SR, 412 Piedmont St., Waterbury; Donald V. Olson, ETI, Peck Lane, West Cheshire; Austin T. Ford, SN, Bethany Road, Beacon Falls. ARRIVING IN ST. IOUIS, MO., to attend the week' President Alben Barkley, are Mrs. Douglas u.'r.r and their daughter, Laura. Below, the popular ••; togton congratulating pretty Shirley Jr.'ne Mo i •tier shehad bra aimed"Miw Trailer Co^i-i •• I of her father, Vica • '•••r I'. I: r iuisl.-und, ' ' ' .' .'.;''. in V/,-!';h« •' .••>•-;. Mi, • Sel to Fight Reds Dr. Tingfu Tsiang CHINA'S representative to the United Nations, Dr. Tingfu Tsiang, is shown after he addressed member nations at Lake Success, New York. He served notice that he will fight any attempts by the Chinese Communist government to oust him Crorh his post. (.international) KADIO — TKJ.KVISIOIS B.C.A. —- Admiral Television Sales and Service SWAN'S Electrical Contractors Since 3925 23 CEDAR ST. 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(UP)—Tho Red Cross hated to turn down the •woman who wanted $30 to get her son home, But explained the Home Service program ,it had no provision for furnishing- bond. He was in jail. Attend Convention Of State Council Attending a convention of the Connecticut State Council of Churches yesterday in the Prospect Methodist church, Bristol, were thn Rev. Theodore A. Schrader, pastor of the Immanuel Lutheran church and president of the Naugatuck Council of Churches; the Rev. Winfred Langhomt, rector of St. Michael's Episcopal church, and Samuel I. Lyons. The business session was held in the afternoon and a dinner was served at 6 o'clock, with guest speaker, the Rev. Dr. Robbins W. iBarstowi representative of the Church World Service, who discussed the situation in displaced persons cam|ps in Europe. An ecumenical service w as he!d at 7.30 o'clock with the Rev. Dr. Rockwell Harmon Potter, who recently celebrated his 75th birthday and ft president of the state council, speaking on the subject, "Fifty years of Ecumenical Spirit in Connecticut." RAMOS IRON WORKS «»• RUBBER AVBMTTJ! Expert WeltllDK ol AD Types—Fortfift Hheet M«lnl * Orninnontttl Steel Wor*. — Portable Welding Kqotpmeni _. TEIBFHOSE ««77 TED'S AUTO BODY WORKS 57 HOTCHKISS ST. TEI,. 6189 — Collision Specialist* — fendera — Bodies — Auto Painting Towing Service BAUJPK FINKI1 Montoroy, Cn.1. were two Bailiffs (U I') •Thiir« in court when Judge Monty He'ilum arrived so hf i dant. fin^d ono of them $50. The onft he fliicil v.'i\ft Richard I. Bailiff, rh;iri,'o<1 with nmoklnic in h«S. The othor was the usual court altta- Dancing Tonight 9 'TIL ONE in the COPSPER ROOM Featuring BOB HALPRIN and His Society Orchestra SATURDAY EVENINGS Dinner Dancing 6:30 to 8:30 •Supper Dancing- 9 to One Hotel Elton "ON THE GREEN" A-l USED CARS 1948 — FORD STATION WAGON 1948 — FORD CONVERTIBLE 1947 — MERCURY FORDOR SEDAN 1947 — KAISER SEDAN MAKE US AN OFFER ON THESE CARS NO. 492 — 1937 FORD TUDOR NO. 498 — 1937 FORD FORDOR NO. 502 — 1939 FORD CONVERTIBLE NO. 506 — 1936 PLYMOUTH FORDOR NO. 508 _ 1935 CHEVROLET COUPE Watch For Ford For '50 The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 87 Church St. Naugatuck % BILLION DOLLARS ($502,832,000) f NEW AND IMPROVED ELECTRIC FACILITIES Since 1945 yoMCMtilili^coNkpOMtMi; how put $352,426,800 Into more «•« tetter electric service for New England." Tnl* big/ 'catch-up" fob after the war bos placed the systems in apple-pie order and has added enormous blocks of brand-new electric generating opacity. But that's not alt. During the coming 3 years an estimated (1150,405,200 more will go into further 'Improvements and new capacity. There's a total of HALF A BILLION DOLLARS ($502,832,000.00) or an average of more than $196,000 EVERY DAY FOR SEVEN YEARS being put to work by your electric companies to guarantee electricity in abundance for every New Cngland need. electric light and power companies Of NEW ENGLAND ( J ' • '* _^_V-X (Including The Connecticut Light & Power Co.)

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