Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 9, 1949 · Page 10
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 10

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, November 9, 1949
Page 10
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PAGE 10—NACGATUCK NEWS (COXN,), WEDNESDAY, NOV. D, 1!M3 " ~~~ NEW UNIO^TCTREPLACE THE Jobless Claims -t • Remain Almost Unchanged In Week ,' The number of -jobless claimants to T unemployment benefits remained almost unchanged at 43.536 Jtpr the week ended November 5 as compared with 43,521 for the pre- vicma week. A year ago there were 54.208 filing for the corresponding week. Initial claims, which start new periods of unemployment, declined Slightly to 5,592 for the week from B,««2 for the previous week. A year ago initials numbered 4,842. Layoffs were reported in the following industries: ladies' apparel 230, hata 140, metal products 130, woolens 95, shoes 85, chemicals 40. brake lining 40, motors 40, office equipment 30, rayon yarn 30, watches 30, footlockers 20, eye glass frames 20, plastics 20 and carpets 20. The following hlrings took place: bras sgooda 140, silverware DO, bearings 55 and timepieces 50. • Steel and aluminum shortages arp responsible for 200 initial and 600 continued claims. Bridgeport led the State In job Ima claimants with 8,666 followed by Hartford 5,371. New Haven 5,192. Waterbury 4,941 and New Britain 3,242. The other fourteen offices were each under 2,000. Largest increase in claims was In the Danbury area (27 per cent) where seasonal layoffs in the hat industry were noted. A 7.5 per cent Increase in the Manchester area wa» attributed to seasonal layoffs by a ladies' coat firm where 400 were affected during the past few weeks. Exhaustions for the week numbered an estimated 1,300 making the total 44,675 since January 1. UEW Stranger's Tip Leads To Arrest Of Young Gunman (By .United Press) Two Hartford detectives listened to a. tip from a. stranger and it paid .off. A man walked up. to Detective Sergeant George Dclaney and Detective Matthew Connors in Hart- 'ord and ixilrvtied to another man and whispered, "He's got a Kun." The man with the Run ran, jumped into a taxi but the dctec- livo.s were on his trail. Before the toxf could get started, the detectives junjped inside the vehicle and had their man. He was identified as 20-year-old James C. Durkin of Cambridge, ' Mass. Police said he had a .32 caliber automatic and eight cartridges. Official Robes PRESIDENT OF THE CIO Philip Murray (left) Is shown In Cleveland as h« presented the charter for the new International Radio and Machine Workers to James Carey, CIO secretary-treasurer who will head the new union. The labor organization has been formed to replace the recently ousted United Electrical Workers Union, (International SOundvhoto) By Area In the Bristol area, a timepiece firm rehircd 30. The Danbury office reported that four hat firms laid off u total of 140. In the Danielsfxm area, a rayon varn mill laid off 30 fur ttf'o weeks. SMART — EACY _ STREAMLINED NEWEST 1950 MODEL GENUINE COLUMBIA BICYCLES BEST LOOKING BIKES IN TOWN FOR BOYS AND GIRLS OF ALL AGES — ALL SIZES SELECT EARLY — FOR BEST CHOICE USE OUR XMAS CLUB LAY-AWAY PLAN PAY AS LITTLE AS $1 A WEEK jCincoIn © Siore [61 WEST MAIN ST. A footlocker firm laid off 20. Tho Hartford office reported the lyoff of 60 by a typewriter plant, k communications firm placed 00 n part-time schedules. An office qulpmcnt company laid off 30 because of the steel shortage. A Manchester cloak company aid off ISO because of seasonal conditions bringing the total to 400 for the pa;;t few weeks. A Mcridcn silverware company •eh i red 85. In tho Mlddlctown area, a brake ining concern laid off 40 due to i steel shortage. Jn the New Britain area, n metal products company put 65 on a ivcek-on wnek-off schedule because :>f a steel shortage. A company mak- mr optical goods laid off 20 while retooling. A bearings plant rehired about 30. A New Haven watch maker laid off 30. A Norwnlk shoe firm laid off 8G dim to a materials shortage. A hardware firm laid off 20. In the Stamford area a chemical company laid off 40 while a research concern laid off 30 on moving out of Connecticut. The Thompsonviile office reported layoffs totaling 95 by three woolens mills and the layoff of 20 by a carpet company. A plastics plant eliminated the second shift and laid off 20. In the Watcrbury area, a hraas goodH company hired'40, a fabricated brass plant 100 and a timepiece company 20. A women's apparel Wiring Consultant To Speak Tomorrow Night In Waterbury John F. BiRRB of New York < ity, who is Inohnlcal conHultnnt of the NaUonfU Adequate Wiring Bureau, will address a Kathorintf of electrical contractors at the Watcr- bury auditorium of the Connecticut Uj?ht Kr F'owor Co., tomorrow evening nt 8 o'clock. The meeting is being sponsored by the CL.&P to discuss wiring problems of mutual interest to the electricians and the company. Kloi> trical contractors of Naugatuclc jinx? vicinity arc invited to attend. Refrc.HhmcntH will bo served. Ammonia Fumes Fell Three In Hartford (By United Press) Three Hartford residents are recovering after being overcome by ammonia fumes. Scvonty-.six-year.-old Santo Pipla JUSTICE: SHERMAN MINTON AnNix'Intc- ,IIIH).|<V« of the U. S. Supreme Court, Sliornuin Mln- ton, poses In his Washington office for hlH flrnt photo in tho rolx'.n of thu<. high ixiiilUoi). HlH uiipolntmiMit hy I'rosldnnt Truman followed the recfmt death nf Justice Wiley RtitledRo. (International Soundphoto) in still in critical condition at a Hartford hospital but it IH reported that hi.s condition la Improving Antonio Carollo IH also hoHpitali/.ed hut is in fair condition. His wife Rose, was treated at a hospital for gas poisoning and discharged. Police said the ammonia fumes spread through the Hartford apartment house while workmen were dismantling an old refrigerator They aald a pipe containing tho am muniii broke, filling Iho building with fumea. Boston Antiques Exposition Slated November 14 to 19 Boston—Pair of dinner plates be- onging to Napoleon's family will ;c among the 4,000,000 relics at .he mammoth Boston Antiques FJx- (osition in Mechanics Building beginning Nov. 14-19, from 1 to 10:30 p. m. dully. Spnnunrcd by mnmboi'H of Now England Antiques AHHOclatlon on- Jer the direction of Milton Bu'i- c*ock, Iho ExpOHition will foaturo countless; fabulous articles inducing two rare plates worth $1.000. The plates carry a gold ini- ial on its face, and a gold coat o( arms on the back. One of the many interesting collections at the exposition ;« -i $6,000 group of 200 yer.r old tea potn gathered from all parts of Uie globe. Of special interest to book c"l- lectors will be a first edition'of "Moby Dick", including other rare volumes of literature, • • CAV1TIK8 COME I2ARLV Trenton, N. J.—It is estimated that more than one-third of all Lwo year old children havo oavltlcH in their teeth. PREDICT .TTJMT Washington—A group nf edu- critors, including President Dwi^ht Klsenhower of Columbia University and James of Harvard, recommend more school buildings and higher salaries for teachers. In making these suggestions, they predict that school enrollment w'll jump by some six-million students within the next 10 years. CAN CAUSB SERUM TMUBIE Beware of Pin-Worms... ugly creatures that live and grow inside tho human body. Medical expert* say that as many an one out of thret persona may bo Infected.-And not even th* moRt c»r«rul famllic* can bo suro of cacnping Lbnm nuty post*. One of the damtor nlfrni of Pin-Worms li the tormenting, embarraninK rectal Itch. And thil can bo the warning of metro sorioua troubles... cvon internal inflammation and blooding. Don't take chancnl At tho flrnt alun of Pin- Worms, got Joyn»'» P-W Vwmllug* from your druggist. P-W contains an offoctlvo, mndlcally- approvod ingredient that destroys Pin-Worms and romoven them from the body. Tho small, casy-to-tako P-W tablet* were perfected in the laboratories of tho famous Jayne Co., specialist* In'Worm remedial for over 100 yeara. Got P-W—destroy thoao Pin* Worms... relievo that itch. Just R.nwmbwi P-W ® lor Pln-Wofm.1 PRESSING NEED Columbus, Ohio—A Catholic educator says the most pressing cdu- cat'ionn.l need of youth on our farms is a school system that will moot ' present nnd future nival problems. Sinter Mary Rosilda of West Point, Iowa, made the plea for farm children before the National Catholic Rural Ufc Conf Discussion Forum Tomorrow Evening The Water-bury chapter of th» National Association of Coat Accountants will hold the sixth meeting of its discussion forum tomorrow evening in the Hotel Elton. Watcrbury. Dinner will be served at 6:15 o'clock in the University club and the meeting will follow at 7:30 o'clock. George L. DeMore. Scovill Manufacturing Co., will be the di.scusslon lender. BAKKRY BKKAD About 40,000.000 loaves of bread arc turned out daily by the 30,000 bakeries in the U. S. / DON'T LET MOTHER Skate Out To The Clothes Reel f This Winter ' She may break a leg or arm or have pneumonia. f Buy Her A Hamilton Clothes Dryer The Dryer that puts fresh air / and sunshine in your clothes. f FREE TRIAL and EASY TERMS •) OPEN WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY EVENINGS • CONN. FUEL-GAS CORP. WATKRBUKY ROAD, WATERTOWN. PHONE 175 That's what we said- company 20. A womens appare shop Inicl off 40 and a motors manufacturer 40. Hew 195O Buick Specials * We Now Offer For Immediate Delivery The Following NEW 8 Cylinder Buicks 2 DOOR MARINER BLUE FULLY EQUIPPED Except Dynafiow and Radio $2126.35 2 DOOR BLACK FULLY EQUIPPED With Dynaflow, Radio, Heater, Defroster $2451.90 4 DOOR NICKEL GREY FULLY EQUIPPED With Dynaflow, Heater, Defroster, Etc., But No Radio $2386.05 * STATE SALES TAX EXTRA Liberal Allowance For Your Trade-In "When You Think of Buick" Think Of HUNT BUICK, Inc. 80-82 80. MAIN OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 9 P. M. PRICED LIKE A SIX! \ us if we appear persistent on one point. But we still find people who look over this new Buick SPECIAL, admire its style, its room, its handy but impressive size, and say: "It's wonderful! Too bad it's too rich for my blood!" That's our point— How do you know? .Have you gone to see this car—and learn how very much there is in it? Have you got the actual delivered price figures —including the equipment you want — and matched them against others? Have you worked out down payment, trade-in, monthly installments? Have you weighed this against the longer period of years you'll be happier with this Buick — and Buick's established high level of resale values? Some surprising things show up when you do this. You find you can raise your standard of car travel—step up to Buick levels of style, comfort, handling, ride, power —more easily than you'think. You may even discover you can start enjoying the velvety luxury of Dynaflow Drive* right now instead of waiting until this revolutionary new principle spreads to others, as it's sure to do! ^Optional at extra ml. why we keep pointing out— this wonderful valve-in-head straight-eight, with all its standout looks and qualities, is priced like a six! Actually lower than many. oo do something about it, will you? Take a sharp pencil, see your Buick dealer, replace guesses with facts—and we think you'll sec the light and place that order! You » Key 10 Gee* nAmc.HANDr azf . M0 . " ""* ^? **«»» Feature* t When better automobile* are built irlfI Imltd them • HUNT BUICK INC. 80-82 SOUTH MAIN ST. NAUGATUCK, CONN.

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