Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 4, 1949 · Page 10
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 10

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, November 4, 1949
Page 10
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PAGE 18—NACGATCCK NEWS (COJTN.), FRIDAY, NOV. 4, 104!) Slate Open House At Connecticut Engineering Inst. • During National Education Week, the Connecticut Engineering Institute at 364 Bellevue Street, Hartford, 1» holding Open House. The people of Connecticut are invited to visit the institute on Wednesday, Nov. 9th from 7 to 10 p. m. .to see (or themselves the educational opportunities which the State offers on the Technical Institute level. T)Uey •will also see in operation the Part - Time Extension program which is giving related training to apprentices throughout Connecticut; and the Engineering Institute evening school program, which is helping several hundred persons prepare for advancement in their Job* or for better positions. The Connecticut Engineering In- ititute has been established by the Connecticut State Department of Education to provide for high school and vocational school graduates two years of advanced technical education, tuition free; and to provide for Connecticut industry well trained technicians for employment a> draftsmen, designers, engineer- lag assistants, laboratory technicians, process specialists, safety inspectors, sales engineers and supervisors in the electrical, mechanical and tool engineering fields. •This is the first time that a general invitation has been issued to the public to visit the Institute. It Is your opportunity to learn about our program, meet our faculty, and observe our activities. • TWENTY-ONE HURT AS STREAMLINER JUMPS RAIL HITTING A BROKEN RAIl while going 60 miles an hour near Azusa, Calif., Santa Fe's crack £1 Capiton passenger train jumped the tracks and looked like this after five cars and four engine units "hit th« dirt." Twenty-one persons were hurt. One engine unit burst into flame*. (International Seundphoto) ENTERTAIN Mr. and Mrs. John Cheplick entertained members of the Waler- bury Professional "Photographers Association at a lecture meeting: Wednesday night in their studio ai 24 Myrtle avenue. Mr. and Mrs. William Gcrdes, nationally known photographers, addressed the group. RUSSIAN WATERWAYS Russia's navigable waterways total about 60,000 miles in length. This is a HOME not just a house . . . A tvro family dwelling in the host section of Naugatuek. Four rooms on each floor, oil heat, automatic hot water, excellent condition. An extra lot of land makes this setting ideal. The price is just right. For appointment Jo see this home call Naugatuek 6736, Webster Insurance Service "Where Cost Is Less and Service Greater" • 111 WEST MAIN ST., WATEEBURY TEL 3-0431 LONE SURVIVOR OF MID-AIR CRASH U NAWARE that his P-38 fighter plane had caused the world's worst civil airplane disaster, Bolivian pilot Eric Rios Bridoux, 28, the only survivor of the mid-air collision in which 55 persons died, rests in the hospital in Alexandria, Va. Suffering a broken back and internal injuries, Bridoux is watched over by Nurse Katherine Rose. The Bolivian pilot said he remembers little of the crash. (International) Have A Coke. Work Refreshed Vets Dividend Checks Subject To Deductions Special dividend checks payable to veterans on National Service Life Insurance policies will be subject to deduction for funds owed to the government by the veterans according to a statement by Clarence R. Harbert of Boston, director of the insurance service for the Veterans 'Administration in New England. "Some veterans may find all or part of their share of the forthcoming special dividend paymeni on National Service Life Insurance deducted to cover debts resulting from overpayments on subsistenc< allowances or other veterans' bcne fits, or from defaults on loans guaranteed by the VA," Mr. Harbert said. "A considerable number of vet erans are now repaying indebtedness by having deductions from their monthly checks. When the indebtedness is wiped out, as ii may be by the dividend deductions there will be no further withholding." Ask for it either way . ,. both trade-marks mean the same thing. • OTTIED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THS COCA-COIA COMPANY BY COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF WATERBURY, INC. «i- „ g> 1949, The Coca-Colo Company Dates Announced On Government Pay Governmaent payments »f tuition and subsistence allowances for veterans who enroll for schoo courses in addition to GI Bil training, which they have alreadj had, will begin on the date of filing of application or the date training commences, whichever is later. This was stated today b; Harry T. Wood, manager of the Hartford office of the Veterans Ad ministration, in explaining recent ly adopted VA regulations govern ing education under Public Law 266. "Listing of the name of the school and course in a veteran's application for a supplemental certificate of eligibility will be necessary when he has had training and seeks to take an additional course." said Wood. "The reason for this," he added, "is to comply with the law barring avocational or recreational training and bar- •ing training in schools in existence for less than one year." Hawley Hardware 102 Church Street Moore's and Devoe Paints Glidden's Spread Satin Plasti-Kote Finish Boasters Electric Appliances Hqtpoint Refrigerator and Stoves Phone 4086 We Deliver OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS FOR THE SECOND TIME ifr ITS HISTORY ... from now until November 15th.. .;•; Connecticut BJuejCrio^haspi^hcia-'thetioor_to ' those who cannot join through pay^ roll group enrollment //you are under age 65 and are self- employed . . . not employed ... or working where there are less than & persons.,. this is the time for YOU to get full membership in Connecticut's non-profit hospital plan. Direct Enrollment is Self-Enrollment. If you meet the above requirements, you can sign up for Blue_Cross_TODAY, right Jfrpm your own horneT by completing the Actual Blue Cross application printed here. Blue Cross will mail you a Membership Certificate and a bill for dues. Thafs all there is to it! You and your family will have the same broad benefits that now safeguard 890,000 Connecticut people against hospital expense. TWO WHS ONLY. Dlr,«» Enrollment closes November 15. Get your application in NOWI Numb., O f p. rion , ^ {£r4£*" Un ' mployed D "•*•"-Q / .'..•-•'•• <Nai "« «"«'*<«'«* Of Firm) „.„., M-rrf.,, , J M ^ if */h US bond! IM ,^ , . ' • • w*". .«^.,. 1 . or l " p '°y» d U Unemployed n R.ti,.«J n •W* ••€««, oh, I b •'"P'oyod bv. _ ^^^ U x«»r«d Q ^^^55^^^^—• . N :^:;te»u. *fr* Nam* _ Initial HeiB * ***»••- -•trwMIV IniHal »<il« of Birth k«hK*L. .^ Hutbond rT •"•!• Monrt, «an Son Q 1*4. SIGN HERE PATE, MAIL TO CONNECTICUT *IUE CROSS »52 Temple St. Ne " Haven, Conn. Send no money with Application. SINGLE PERSON $1.34 per month* HUSBAND & WIFE 2.67 per mcnth* FAMILY — husband, wife and All unmarried children under age 19 3.17 per month* •Poyabl* suorlerly. 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