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Mac Arthur On Capitol Hill On Tour Qfo&fews Plant New York^Weicomes (Continued-Prom Page 1) Arthur's aides say\ rfe won't be available .until, then.,.,,'•;• A key issue will- be. 'MacArthur's statement that he understands the Joint Chiefs; of Staff shared his .belief that we should wage a limited war against China. An official Pentagon reply: says..pnly. that the chiefs unanimously recommended MacArthur's dismissal. Their chairman. General Omar- Bradley, declined comment, ..saying "I think MacArthur's dismissal is primarily political and "rriy ; 'if6b"'ls" military." .But in Tokyo,, a radio correspondent, a former "'resident. of Waterbury, Cpimy (Richatd Rendell of ABC), .says' he'''has'"learned from highest -authoritjr. that MacArthur has documentary proof that' the chiefs agreed,, with;, his .policy; < J .Full oiarJfle'atioii-apparently will have,to await^the Congressional investigations. 1 ; .,/.-".. ^ . . . (BxJDntted Press) The Connecticut Education'^Csso- ciation's board of directors endorses a resolution which would bar; Com- rrturiista from .membership inithe C- ErA. •'.'."'/ • ' • " '*%\i, ;-'i 'Executive Secretary Lyndon U. Pratt; >aia 'the resolution will be v6ted on at the annual C E-A repre sentative assembly here at Hartford' May i Police Officer Faces Trial For Theft (By United Press) A veteran police officer fac town court arraignment .at Milfor Monday on a larceny charge (item ming from the alleged theft of $1 and a carton of glassware from store. on his official "beat." Town court prosecutor issued th warrant for the arrest of Josep Malone, who resigned from the pc lice force after Assistant Superin tendent of Police Clarence S. Doug !ass suspended him. • Douglass charged that he pe sonally caught Maione coming; ou of the Van Clove China and Glas company store on the Milford turn P'ike early in the morning of Apr 2. AWARDED PATENT Thomas H. Newby, Waterburj Sias been granted a patent for vu :anized rubber and a preservatio process, which has been assigned t the U. S. Rubber Co., acording to .1st of Connecticut patents com 'ille'd at the .offices of Wooster 'Davis, patent attorneys, in Bridge >ort. ' . - " ' ' r •.. JUNIOR DANCE . The Junior Dance will be. held to night in Naugatuck High? schoc "ymnasium from 7:30 to 10 o'clocl -Vtusic will 'be furnshed by records TOI BY NE< StKVICE. INC. T. H. PEC. U. S. PAT. Oft "But, Dad, you shouldn't mind us reading comics—you read the Washjnjjrtpn n|ws and you say it's unbelievable!" - SUPER INTERIOR and EXTERIOR ENAMEL BICYCLES • WICI^pl On* Coat will cover mot* .any turfac* -... applied Fast, drying. TERIOR FURNITURE WAILS • LADDERS .WINGS •TRUCKS CARRIAGES • IOODWORK* CABIN • GARDEN TOOLS 1UTTERS • INTERIOR. Wear-proof, high gloss fin'rih . . . Fiowt on evenly... No brush marks,.. Beautiful colors. Only $2.18 Qt. BV PATTERSON-SARGENT KES and SUPPLIES m Friday Xight TEL. 7084 STOKES. PROF. Spring Clean t Continued Prom Page 1) . South View-, Pleasant View, Pond, George and Frederick streets, Trowbridge place, Barnum court, Meadow street, Fairview avenue, Meadow court, Hillside avenue from Meadow street to High school. April 25: Highland Avenue, Hoad- iey Street, Summit Road, Dayton Road, Dunn Avenue, Walnut Teri-ace, Elmwood, Elmhurst and Sweeney Streets, Walnut Street, Park Avenue .to Chestnut Street, Terrace Avenue, Rockwell Avenue, Salem Street,- No. Water Street, Church Street from Meadow Court ^o Field Street, North Hoadley Street to Chestnut Street, May Avenue, Millville Avenue; Grove, New, Conrad' Streets, Hillside .Avenue -rom Fairview Avenue to New Street, Bradley Street, Woodlawn Avenue. . .... .April 26: Chestnut Street, North: Hoadley Street from- Chestnut Street to Field Street, Field Street from Quinn Street to Church •Street, Lynn Circle, 1 Damson Lane, Deering -Lane, : Quinn' Street from Chestnut Street to Field St., Surrey Drive/ Park Avenue from Chestnut Street to Hillside-Avenue, Hill- iide . Avenue from-NeV Street- to Field .St. ... .... . •',. East Side Rubbish. Collection \Veek Beslnning April 30 f •' April 30: South- Main,. Hotchkiss, Chrisfensen Streets,' High Street rom Oak Stieet south- to S6uth 'Wain Street Woodland Street,' Burritt Place, Hickory Street, Homestead A\enue Culver- and 'Fair- la-^ n Streets Hillcrest Avenue, Hill Street May Street to Mulberry Street, Auburn Forest, Baldwin I'ulJei,, Bingham Lincoln, Johnson! John, Alma Morris Coeh, Bradley, Oak Streets Central Avenue, Carroll Street Carroll Court, Tolles square, Maple Street and Maple x en ace and Riverside Drive. May 1 High Street north from Oak Street to City Hill 'Street, Jernetery Street, North Main- Street crom Cemetery Street- to.Hopkins Street Curtiss, Linden,: .liounsbury Streets, Lines '-Court; 'Orchard -St Orchard Terrace, City Hill to Woos- i.er. Street, Wooster Street' from City Hill Street.- to Locust Street 3rook and Locust Streets, Shef- :':eld Lane, Fairview Avenue;. Union Street, Prospect Street to Locust Street, Lines H1B Street, Woodbine, Albert, Neagle, Stanley, Acushnet, .^oldtn Hill and Hopkins Street, Myrtle Avenue, Wood Street. •May 2: Bridge, School, Green- •vood, Anderson, Washington, Diamond, Bi-ennan, Crown Streets, and Bristol Terrace. „, , -,V L ' -. ^ ll .',V TH GRADE CLASS AT THE SAIJBM SCHOOL made a tour of the Naugatuck Dally News plant Monday afternoon. Shown above after inspecting the press, are, left to right, front row^ Ri Schwait,, Erod Ort, Robert SftuatriElia, Richard GienBenlng and Gene Crotty. Second row left to r Donald 5Icv s ner, Fred Gruner, PhyUss Hern.onat, OUve Hanson, Miss Josephine Gibino, teacher, Jonna berg, Betty Fowler, Ann Matchett and Judy Deegan. Back row, left to right: Loretta^Weaver Gall Vicar, Linda Roomer, Jean- Coe and Shirley Hupprich. weaver, uaii ' " •• . - '" '• : ''.~ •'-- ""':- : .'. :" -.••'.•-. . •'V-:':. :•;•.,, . — News photo, Rosenberg — Mac Mac Driver Fined After Car Overturns Here Throe Waterbury men paid a to- al of $50 in fines this morning in Borough court following their ar- -ost last night, after the car in whch they were riding overturned on the Naug-atuck-Waterbury road, ihe car, driven by. Viricent Pal- aimo, 17 William street, overturned at Dead .Man's curve.. When gaso- me spilled out on the road firemen were called at 11:27 for fire revention. Police said the men resisted ar- est .and started a fight. Palaimo •as fined $25 for violation of the ules of the road and $5 for breach f peace by Judge Martin L. Caine he others were Henry Taylor 4 ord street, 'breach of peace, $5, nd William. Galligan, 25 Greenleaf venue, breach of peace, $15; NO )juries were .reported. ; Arresting 'officers were Patr.ol- nen; Michael. Sharon 'and Joseph • ' ' • - -' - Escapes^Death When Car Leaves Road And Sinks In f end j Edward 'Nole, 23, 233 Eastern avenue, .' Waterbury, driving' a'"'car owned by Allen y/ikl, 90 Oak street, narrowly cscaph.cl- d^athS yesterday morning at 1:30 o'clock wtien ''trie car he was driving^ plunged down an... embankment 'on Route., 67 .'in Seymour and landed^ upside down in over six feet of water atv : the bottom 'of Hoadloy's pond. He escaped; thro'ugh an 'open window and swam to shore where he was assisted by two-.passers-by/ According to Seymour police officers Francis " Flaherty and 'Edward Chatfield, who investigated Nole and Wild were at a bowling banquet at -an Oxford inn, arid Wild asked. Nole to drive the-car home. . -Wild was to return' With friends. Nole told police he was unfamiliar with the road and came upon the curve without being able to negotiate" it The car left the road and knocked down five highway fence posts and plunged into the pond Dr Edward W. Harvey, Jr recommended that the victim be 'hospitalized but he refused He went to police headquarters where he was wrapped in heavy'blankets until called for by_ friends. Nole was arrested on a dharge of violating the rules of the ro'ad and is scheduled tb appear'in fWn court on JVednesday, Apr-11^25 "~ CLASS REUNION " Ansonia, April 20—(UP) New Yoik City Mayor Vincent R Impel- itteri plans to attend his 34th anniversary class reunion The New *ork mayor is a member 1>f 'the class of 19ir at Anaonia H.-h-school The reunion will be held June 16th. State Police Crack Down On Gambling; Four Men Arrested " Hartford, April 20 —(UP)— A state-wide racket in the raffling of automobiles has been smashed as result of a raid at Willimantic, according to stajt'e police. The ringleaders" of the ring allegedly were nabbed in the raid. .State, county, and . Willimantic police swooped down on a. raffle at Willimantic and arrested two men they said were heads of a lottery ring that had duped its victims of thousands of dollars. • The pair was identified as Adam Albahese, 46, of New Britain, and Richard M. ; Downey of Wallingford. Each was pliced under $3000 bonds for appearance at Put- '. nam Superior'court. j In other crackdowns on gambling in Connecticut, a New Britain man arid a New Haven resident were also"arrested. Jack "Jay" Schaefer of New Britain was caught as he tried to burn records in his home, police said. They reported finding '$10,000." in cash in the house Schaefer was charged with pool selling. j The state police commissioner had hinted a few days ago that conditions at .New Britain ' would be given close scrutiny—and yesterday's raid was made without the knowledge of New Britain police officials. The other man arrested was Nathaniel Jacobsow' of* New Haven- Police saioT he^was the man With whom Schaefer "laid off" when he had too many bets to handle BEPiACES BROTHER (By United Press) The New Britain Herald has a new editor and publisher today I Robert C Vance replaces his broth' cr k° hnstone Vance who died last Declare Woman Can Understand Charges (By United Press) Two psychiatrists: unanimously concluded , in- New Haven Superior court here .that -a -32-year-old Derby mother;of ..two children is now capable of understanding charges of manslaughter against her. The charges/stem, from the bludgeon- killing of a three-year-old child two and a half years ago: Mrs. THeresa ; Sadlon will make her plea in Superior Court here April, 24. She was arrested in -ponnection with the death of little Kathleen Romane of Derby in 1948. - Mac's Successor Takes Over «-^ AI^^II, «-j * (MJSA rtJtlo-Tolephoto) • T *? atthew Bidgway, who succeeded Gen, Mac.Vrlluir in Japan, inspects his guard.oj honor In Tokyo for First time since" assuming command. . . t • •>. , •- .' MINUTES OF WORKING TIME REQUIRED TO BUY VARIOUS FOODS United States " USSR 6 minutes BREAD—1 Ib. 19 minutes 22 minutes EGGS*- 1 doz. 291 minutes 33 minutes COFFEE—1 Ib. .,- 694 minutes 2 minutes POTATOES—1 Jb. 11 minutes Naugatuck Chemical Division Of United States Rubber Company Serving Through Science AND Crosley PRESENT THE NEW FEATURING "CARE FREE" AUTOMATIC DEFROSTING ...EASYTiRMS... We feature the complete Crosley line including, Re- ^l*5lTfll*C (h 1 !* A fvw t\ **£• T*»1«*^»!^I --,_ inil_ A. • w» •—-^ WALTER OKOSKE —ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR— 7 Main St. (Tel. 4606) Beacon Falls Open Daily 2:30 P. M. to 8:30 P. M Easy Off Street Parking ark Commission leet Postponed The monthly meeting of the board f• .park commissioners scheduled osjcrday afternoon ..was postponed ue to .the 'lacic" of a quorum. John H.-Br'een, chairman, plans > calj a special meeting of the ^ard in the.near future, at which me action will be : taken on set- ng up a summer playground chedule and appointing supervi- ors and assistants. '• •..-••.. .'.[ • AT AMDROPHY'S- WOOD CAKVING^TALK Arthur Morgan of Riverside drive, fill speak on the "subject of wood' arving tonight at a meeting of the Hen's Brotherhood of the Salem jutheran church at 8 o'clock in the iiurch hail. David Ebersole, pres- dent, will conduct the meeting, dur- ng which plans will be made to vis- t the Bridgeport'JMen's club May and the Bethany Police Barracks Jay 18. . Ford factory reconditioned motor installed complete with new clutch m INCLUDES . • Throw Out Bearing '"• Pilot Bearing v • Lower Hoses • Clutch Disc Extra charge for blocks with visible cracks or aluminum heads. / Credit.Ienns Arranged The Naugatuck Fuel Co. Ford Dealers Since 1931 •Oil •Gaskets _ • Exchange Oil Pump • Clutch Plate BRAND NEW EMERSON MODEL 662- BIG 14-INCH RECTANGULAR SCREEN .• Full-Scre«n : Focus . . , pic- • Simplimatic Tuning... one- tares sharp and clear edge knob click-in, so easy a child to edge! can operate it. • "Black Magic" Contrast.,, • Super-Powered long-Dis- stronger,- brighter pictures tance Circuit . .. performs even in daylight* . where others fail! • Built-inAntenna. ,/ * PAY j •> Gtop in at Androphy's-—where you'll find the largest- ||-'" -' ONLY * I' display of Television in the area. When you purchase • your,.TV- at Androphy's^you are buying from Nauga- :; "'•••;- tuck's largest dealer—the dealer best equipped to service and install.your TV set. 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