Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 22, 1949 · Page 5
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BE Goodrich CHIISTMAS GIFT IDIAS GIVE HER THIS NEWEST—~ FINEST -^ GREATEST MODEL WASHING MACHINE Amazing Low Price COME — SEE IT SOON SO EASY TO BUY USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN ' OR OUR EASY CREDIT PLAN Pay 31.25 a Week or $5 a Month Lincoln © Siare WEST Walter Winchell (Continued from Page Four) Dreyfus ... As a few more, the Naval Digest, upon which Admiral Sherman relics,, isn't even Naval Law. It is a mere reference book and states so on its very first page.... It is the opinion of abl-o counsel that the authorities cited by Admiral Sherman arc nullified by United States Code of 1935, Further, in order to bar Capt. Crommelin without trial, it was necessary, according to legal experts, to hold that his superiors mid sweeping rights over his conscience . .Apparently Admiral Sherman has forgotten that we hanged the Nazi generals tor blindly obeying- Hitler's orders. trovcrslnl .subjects" he would be free to speak in Montgomery, Ala. (Kreo tn «'H>iik!) Crommelin refused. lie was hit .-fiiui-tly llicTctulec with a reprimand .What happened to the Bill of Right.:;? Doesn't Admiral She! man know the Constitution of Ihe United Slates ;,j specifically made a pnrl of Naval Laws?'. . .The trees over Tncmaa 'Jefferson's grave at Monticello must be weeping 1 . Saturday's headlines were misleading-. They stated "the Navy was through with the Crommfilin Case"...The Navy may be, but the CrommoHn Case is not throug-h with Admiral Sherman, nor is the Concress of the United States Unlike Capt. Oommelln, who got no open trial, Admiral Sherman will have full qpportunity to explain to the Senate just how the Navy's flnrt airman sot the illegal rc|.-rimand in his record, which under ordinary circumstances would forever stop his promotion.. .And he will be asked if, as the AP stated on Nov. 8, he called Crommelin before him, without counsel, and told him if he would avoid "con- As the historic ry.sn of Cnpttiln John Crommclin movo.s to the floor'' of the U S. Scnnte and the L7. ££ Supreme Court, issues oven greater than freedom of .siceech are presented... The Congress o[ the U. S. h;is been dc-fied. acjord- ini? t". leading Senators and Con- •rre.-3fr.en, in its efforts to obtain information ,ro that it can perform its Constitutional duties. Members of Congress have charged Naval officers are beins railroaded to Naval Sibcrias for daring- to answer the lawful questions of Congress. To his defense have already come U. S. Senators of. both parties. They are prepared, I am informed, to act not only as hi.s counsel but to take the stand to testify to his public service for the very aid for which he has been condemned. High ranking: officers of the Navy will testify that he is, contrary to Admiral Sherman's censure, entitled to hold .posit-^ns of highest trust and honor. (T?he enemy Japs—and his two- brothers Check the Fine Car Features at your Ford Dealer's Today! D New r»fcber seals and molding on windshield ond bock window add inugness. D !••• W« has been added everywhere to the engine, frame, and body. Thai's Ford qualify! * Q Aim-rest doer cleser now provides a finger-fit grip to close doors easier. D Parking lights are now repositioned ond re-styled— another touch of beauty you'll like! n Mmr stmmllee lils in good taste bring new beauty to the "Fashion Car." D Hew bwnper e*ardl and new bumper support orms keep you safer ... In style. D Heed eraemwrt of new design adds a touch of distinction to Ford's famous beauty. D New foWus are a decorator's dream—your choice of long-wearing oroadcfoth or mohair in rich clear colors. D "Magic Air" Healer for 1950 has higher speed motor to increase air flow 25%. D Hern ring is smart looking and of new shape to-prevent snagging of sleeves or lady's bracelet. Needs only a touch. D New piston—super .fitted and designed »o start more quietly, run more quietly. D New 3-blade fan—it's de. signed to scoop in more* air at a slower, quieter fan speed. D««w liming »eor—it's D New camshaft—its lobes made, of new '.hushed" ore specially designed for material for extra engine quieter, more efficient volve quiet. Try to hear it! operation. O New color styling in a steering wheel that's a pleasure to touch. Positive grip. D Automatic courtesy light goes on when you open either of the front doors. killed In action—arc the best testimony on that). . .Literally thousands of AmoHc.uns of very lilKh .standing in their community are clamoring to rebut Admiral t'horriKin'u public reprimand. There will he no Admiral's star on Capt. Ciommelin's uhoulder, according to Washington Insiders... But that will* mean one star has gone from the American Flag. Kew Haven Teachers Win Court Test On Pension Benefits Hartford. Nov. 22—(UP)—Twenty four retired New Haven . school teachers today won their fight for reHrement pay. The victory was awarded by the State Supreme court. The high tribunal decided a test case in favor of one of the teachers, Katherine G. James. The court ruled that the teachers may share benefits of the State Teachers' Retirement association. They had been denied those benefits because the state had claimed it wouldn't be fair for them to receive allotments from both the state and the New Haven systems. But the high court ruled that since, they had paid into both systems/ they are entitled to aid from both. Miss Saffran In State Competition Miss Margery Saffran. local win ner of the "I Speak for Democracy" contest, sponsored by the Naugatuck Junior Chamber of Commerce, will compete in the state contest this afternoon at 4 o'clock in Hartford. The program will be beard over radio station WTIC. Miss Saffran has the opportunity of winning the state competition, which would qualify her to enter the national contest in Washington, D, C., and. win the $500 award. Raymond K. Foley, principal of Naugatuck High school, Miss Louise Grainger- and Miss Mary Emerson, high school faculty members, and Jack Darby are attending the program in Hartford. Miss Saffran, daughter of Mrs. Eva Saffran of Ward street, is a Naugatuck High school senior. Oratorio Delayed Due to the illness of William Mercer, vocalist, the presentation of Mendelssohn's oratorio, The Elijah, scheduled last Sutylay, has been postponed to Jan. 22. The entire choir of the Hillside Congregational church will participate in the program to be held in the Second Congregational church, Waterbury, under the direction of Jesse F. Davis, minister of music. Norman D, Hovey will be organist. Q New front-teat springs of non-jog construction are firmly buoyant for restful posture. D New loam rubber front- seat cushions hold their shape, provide added comfort. D Touch-button latch. Yes, a touch on the button is all it takes. Sleeves can't catch. DN«w exterior handles, anchored at both ends, have the grace of fine silverware. D Style note—that's the new, rich Ford medallion on hood and rear deck—it's beautiful! D New colors—your choice of II.They're baked onto keep that "Showroom Complexion." P New rotary doer loiks as in costliest cars—doors close silently and securely. E jV". """"" •krt-W D Deck-lid lolch, too, is new. bundle forms attractive frame Luggage Compartment opens for license plots. with finger-tip ease. D Additional heavier sealer it 41 points gives greater interior quietness and protection. D Additional strengthening at 13 vital points increases safety of famous "Lifeguard" Body. D leu-type frame rails have steel of increased thickness for greater rigidity. 'Matte Air" Hoaler, Radio and whita sMew.lM/res optional al extra cost WAY: FORD for SO The one fine car in the low-price field YES, the 50-way-new '50 Ford is the one fine car of the low-price field. It's the only low-priced car designed in perfect 3-way balance . . . with (1) top fashion car styling . . . with (2) top power in the new 100 h.p. V-8 and 95 h.p. advanced Six ... and (3) top provision for roomier comfort. But your Ford Dealer is the man to see, he'll let you drive it! a New lined luggage feeler offers more baggage space than ony other car at Ford's price. a New rear bumper has rib ond new mounting orms for greater protection against impacts. D finer Six, too—95 h.p.— the most advanced Six you con buy. Gives greater economy. D Hand brake operation is easier because of zinc-based, permanent-type lubricant. D New concave instrument knobs have brilliant, new contrasting colors. O Defroster openings are 44% wider and air-flow rate is 25% higher—for wider vision. ' D Interior light iwitch now located on instrument panel, ft saves groping in the dark. D More head room results from new bows that hold top lining across full width of roof. O New interior appointments Smart ornaments. New rich treatment on door panels. D Brake pedal is well away from steering column to allow greater driving freedom. a Ntw "Magic Air" Hoater control clearly marked, lighted for easy reading, easy to operate. D Improved front suspension with new torsional stabilizer adds to Ford's roadability. Q New wider sin visors for more protection from glare— more safety when sun is low. Drive the '5O FORD Q Sealed brakes—protected against dust and water for greater safety. D Smart hardware, inside and out, has been designed to give you more than beauty. D Ixtlvsive KXMi.p. V-8 per- lormome for brilliant pick-vp, smooth response, safe control. D Now gas filler tub* and tover—new non-spill vent tube. Closed cover blends into body. D Now doubled-wolled glevo compartment door has new piano-type hinge. Looks and works bolter. D New Hoar coverings in both front and rear, are made of rich and durable materials. AT YOUR FORD DEALER'S The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 87 CHURCH ST. — NAUGATUCK JJAtiGATUCK NEWS (CONN.l. TUKSnAV. NOV. -PAGK r At SAL'S See Waterbury's Largest Selection of FRESH KILLED TURKEYS, CHICKENS, CAPONS, ETC. For Your THANKSGIVING NEEDS!! 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