Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 21, 1949 · Page 2
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Monday, November 21, 1949
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I'AGE 3—NALT-ATt'CK NEWS (CONN.!, MONDAY,. NOV. 21, IIMI) DREW PEARSON ON The WASHINGTON MERRY-GO-ROUND Drew Pearson Says: European Officialdom Kowtows To Junketing Senators After Solon's Row With Swedes; Letter From One Senator's Wife Describes Round-World Vacation At Taxpayers' Expense; Eisenhower^oses Plush Quarters In Pentagon. WRECKAGE AND CRASH SURVIVORS Washington — When the Swedes failed to roll out the royal carpet for a party of junketing senators, •wo of the snubbed solons— Elmer Thomas, tho Oklahoma speculator, und John McClellan, the Arkansas Dixiecrat -actually threatened to cut off Marshall ;;.Ian aid to Sweden. This served as a none too subtle hint to other countries that the best way to stay on the Marshall ^•ravy train was to butter up thp wandering senators. As a result, the senators and their wives arc now having the vacations of their lives. This has been revealed in a personal letter from a feminine member of the troupe — McClcllan's •.*']feV>~orm;v. Though the senators are supposed to be studying how to save the taxpayers' money, Mrs. McClellan v.-ritcs: "John is truly relaxing and having the time of his life, and he and I are having a long delayed honeymoon." To help the McClellans enjoy their second honeymoon and Ihe oth^r senators to take a round-the- world vacation, the taxpayers are furnishing an air force .plane and crew plus five Army and State Department official. There is even a special doctor along. The senator's wife also gives an idea of how other European countries. anxious for Marshall Plan dollars, are bowing and srcraping Iw-fore the junketing senators. "Thesf people over here stand In awe of us." writes Mrs.' McClel- Uin breathtakingly. "Each country that wp visit seems tobe tryinp to outdo the one we have just left in ••ntertaining- us. Nothing that oari be dene Is left undone. "Just as an example . .When we arrived in Norway, we were met at the plane by our ambassador and many of his top officials, and the king-'s top officials, army, navy- etc ---- A spectacular air show was planned as a greeting to I-'.-;, and then a luncheon by the minister of defense. Every minute of the afternoon was filled with interesting and exciting things to <lo "That evening," continued the wife of the senator from Arkansas, "The prime minister of Norway opened one of tho oldest castles in Europe and gave a state dinner in our honor .Our way to the castle after entering tho "gate.. •was lighted iby flaming torches liko those used in undent times nnd sontri&s stationed every few fr-et. I wore a silver satin dinner gown with train ..(But) it brok^ my heart to get my train so dirty on those stone floors. "When w e loft our hotel to enter the limousine that took u s to the castle." Mrs. Mcdellan continued, "The police had to kc&p tho crowds back that had gathered to see us. . .Part of Norway bord- <-rs Russia, and we have to be wt-U gunrded over here. "I have to pinch myself to bc- ipve all this could be happening to little ole me'." All at the taxpayers' expense. "Ike" Lcwo* Priority General Elsenhower, who onca had the best view out of tho crowded out of his P l ush o ,, lcc overlooking- the Potomac As a five-star general, he is entitled to a permanent office in the Pentagon. But 'the exciuaive out- Flower* for Every Occasion «0 BALDWIN ST. or ring of oflices—reserved for big shots only—is so crowded with brass hats that Elsenhower has been squeezed out. An attempt was m:\de the other day to lind a room for Elsenhower, bin Lieut. Gen. Willis ORUm- boiwr, a working general, got lli'.st priority. General Marshall ntlll has his Pcntacron office, but ISIsanhow- er is out in the cold. Ix-wlti Don't Defy Law Again It's an odds-on bet that John L. Lewis will not again defy the law, as he dirt In the 1948 strike, by continuing the coal strike in opposition to the Taft-Hartley Act. Those close to him say that Big John te certain to keep the mine workers on the job when the three- week strike "truce" expires December 1. There are several good reasons: One is that his union members wotild't stand for another fine, such as the $1,420,000 contcm(p,t-of- court levy slapped on him for refusing to obey a back-to-work injunction last year. There has been considerable ronk-and-fllc grumbling among the destitute miners, who haven't received a full pay check since June 30-and no pay checks at all in almost two months. They sny .they could have used some of that $1,420,000 to feed their families: Furthermore, several UMW locals already had returned to work before Lewis declared the current "truce," while other defiant locals were /preparing to do so on the Very day he ordered them back. Finally, the aolid front presented by all the operators has dashed Lewis' efforts to make a separate contract v/ith one group to be used as a lever on the others; IP. past coal strikes, it was the operator.': who usually were divided, while Lewis's union was strongly united behind him. Daniel Sweeney, Gertrude Ulinskas In Joint Concert Presented by John Bellucci in a joint recital next Sunday evening at 8:15 o'clock In the Waterbury Women's club will be Gertrude Ul- inskas, Wttterbury lyric soprano, and Daniel Sweeney, tenor of Naugatuck. The singers are pupils of Madame Henrietta Wnkefleld.. Miss Ulln- skati is employed In the CbnJfe BraHH & Copper Co. office, and her voice has been compared with that of the late Alma Gluck. Mr. Sweeney has a fine dramatic tenor voice and is aiming for grand opera. Both vocalists are said to have outstanding talent by Mr. Bellucci, who was munlcal HCC- relary to Giullo Gattl-C'asazza, bend of tho Metropolitan Opera Co. for 22 years. Accompanist will be Frederick W. SmithHon, wcll-known"as an organist, composer and teacher. LEO T. SCtTLLY, p,op. PHONE WAT. 5-7280 FLOWERS For All Oocwfoiu FtOWEBS TKT.iORAPHED EVEBYWHEBE MELBOURNE'S FLOWER SHOP 1M BUBBEB AVKNVK IW. stU BUCKMILLER Funeral Home 22 PARK PLACE Telephone 4334 For The Best In Jewelry C.H.Tomlinso Neary Building N»or»tuck, Conn. Limit Catholic Pilgrims To Holy Land Next Year (By United I'reB») The government of Israel has announced restrictions on the number of Catholic pilgrims who may visit the Holy Land during the holy year of S950. The Israeli announcement says only 2,000 a week will be permitted, due to lack of accommodations. It says a survey shows only 1,000 hotel beds available in Jerusalem and another 1,000 in Haifa. The situation in Nazareth is described as "not favorable," because Arab refugees occupy the hotel facilities there. The Israelis say Catholic authorities turned down an offer to have the Arabs evicted. Israeli officials say they will provide special trains for the pilgrims. Also, extra rations will be issued in Jerusalem and Haifa. "We, THE MUSIC SHOP— 7 ' When Dave Brown was starting the ever-expanding: Naugatuck String Orchestra some two month* ago, he gave us a list of potential players. We were to contact these instrumentalists and arrange a first meeting 1 . One of the names was a B. Henry A phone call to Mr. B. Henry enlightened us that the "B." stood for Barbara. Mrs. Henry was tho violinist; she was "much too busy with housework to join the orchcHtra.' Last week Mrs. Henry came into THE MtJSIC SHOP. She hod stud- led violin for 12 yearn, owned an expensive Instrument and hud not touched It for the past 5 years. . . What a terrible waste of so many hours of inteiisft study! ... Then we- remembered: Hadn't we put aside our instrument for 10 years! The spark of the joy In musical self-expression never dies. Mrs. Henry, we know, will some day play again. . AD y I* It'« Anything tor Your Fitter Cull ARRAY FLOOR OOVEKINOS *0 Diamond St. Tel. 8818 SMOUIDIRINO WRECKAGE of one of the two B-2Bs which collided over Stockton, Calif., lies hall buried in mud following tragic accident In which 18 Air Force crewmen lost their lives. Below, the three sole survivors of the crash cross their fingers at the Falrflcld-Suisun Air Force base hospital, Fairfleld, Calif., where they are recuperating from their ordeal. The men <1. to r.): S/Sgt. Robert S. Kluge, Spokane, Wash • T/Sgt. Frank D. Schmidt, Negley, Ohio, and Pvt. Keith R. Burns, Boise, Idaho, managed to parachute to safety. (International Soundphoto) What's Doing In Naugatuck A Calendar of Events Today, Tomorrow and Every Day Monday, Nov. 21 Public cord party, Prospect street school Parent-Teacher association, kindergarten room, 8 p. m. Regular meeting, Hmokcr, Naugc tuck Fellowcraft association, Masonic Temple, 8 p. m. Naugatuck YMCA annual meeting and banquet, at YMCA, 6:<JB p. m. Naugatuck Woman's club meeting, American Legion Home, 3 p. m. Wednesday, Nov. 23 Annual Military Bixll, Gold Stur Post, CWV, Falcon Hail. Annual firemen's bull. Saturday, Nov. 2B Harveh't Mop, sponsored by I,;i- diCH' auxiliary of Mtinttmari-Rado post, Crlstoforo Colombo hall, South Main street. Fh,,c annual parnde of quartets, sponsored by Naugatuck chapter of barbershop singers, high school auditorium, 8 p. m. Monday TVov. 2H NnugatucJt Wormin'.'i club Junior- ctt(« meeting, Legion Home, 7:30 p. m. Nnuuntuck Junior Woman's club pot-luck auppor, meeting, Methodist church hull. Tuesday. Nov. 29 Meeting of Nuugatuek Council of Catholic Women, St. Francis' church hull, 8 p. m. Wednesday, Nov. 30 Regular meeting, Prosipcct street school Parent-Teacher association, 8 p. m. Friday, I)nc. Z Food Sale. Brennan's Store, 10 a. m., Sponsored by Glendale Manor Community Club. Square dancing, open to the public, Lewis Memorial hall, St. Michael's parish house, 8 p. m. Sunday, Dec. 4 Vesper service of Evergreen chapter, Order of Eastern Star, Methodist church, 4 p. m. Thuraday, Dec. 8 Chi'latmas bazaar and public supper, Evergreen chapter, Order of Eastern Star, Masonic Temple, haxaar olpcns 1 p jnu,, supper, 5 to 7 p. m. Union City Old Timers Entertain Fifty At Banquet More than 50 Union City real- dent.i attended the banquet for old timer.i of that section of the borough Saturday night in the Polish- American Club, Brldi/o street. A turkey Huppcr wan HCrved by Martin Llnskoy, cntcrer. Arrangements for the affair were in charge of David Dillon, George Fellows, Creslo Kllmasizcwskl, Cus- Imcr PoKila and Edward Francis. Thin same group will arrange for another Old Timers' banquet to be hold in February, with a npcaker to be selected from among Ihe men of Union City who attained prominence in their work. William Triano Guest Of Honor At Testimonial A tcHtfmoninl was held recently In honor of William Triano, 46 Carroll • street, who will bo married Thanksgiving Day to Elizabeth Dl- Lco of Waterbury. The event won held at Fred's Hi- Way Grill, with Pasqitale Maatro* pletro as master of ceremonies. The honored guest was presented a purae. Amqng thoao attending were: Louis Triano, Angcllo Triano, Boc- 30 Triano, Joseph Triano, Louis Triano, Jr., Frame Aurora, William Till, Jr., Leroy Schlctho, Alfred Hurt, JoHOph Cuzzlo, Dr. John Mar- 'iino, LoulH Nnrdullo, Axe( John- win, Adam Mon^ned, TSufriine Gnr- lund. Gerald Rosa. Buck Rossi, CharluH Nobln, Jr., Earl Cooper, Ru- tjnlph Szezesutl, Jo«oph Henry, John Simmons. Wllllum Burke, Dudley Sandell, Jay Hoyt, James McCann, Ernest Srickaon, John Hoey, Anthony San- i.orc. James PlHtarelll. Nicholas Mlnuto, John Urgitcs, John Farrar, Frank Hayden, Kmmett Clark, James Mezzio, Rocco Snbia, Michael Volpe, Richard Morrissey, William Hill, Mario Schiaroli. Arthur Schiaroli,, Joseph Schiaroli, Anthony Marinello, Frank Washes, Mlchncyl DIArorso, CharlcB 151- Marla, Albert Clnnl, Mlchaol Com- Iniske. John Minlcuccl, Pasquale Do Tullio, Andrew Kaeplcr, Charles Schaucnsen, Henry Click, Louis Santore, John Celello, Joseph Ruccio, Charles Aquavia, George Vincent, William DeCarlo, Josph DeCarlo, Petur DlLoo, Fasquale DeCarlo, Joseph DILoo, John DILeo, Anjfcllo DILeo, Fred DeLeo, An- ucllo DlLoo, Jr.,'Louis DILeo, William Schlethe, Fred Ciynotti, Altred Cignottl, William Mariano, Charles Errlco, Blsco Marinello, William Fernandes, Anthony Morelli. Donienlc Barblero, Daniel Del- Monti, Paul Roan, George Bosworth, Carrotto Rossi, Orlando Ger- tilUt, George Froehllch, Paul Cas- mler, Edio Forchlello, Paul Rossini, Edward Heppc, Joseph Spadola. Edward Rossi. John Schal- pher, Enio Forchielio, Joseph An- gellllo, Leonard Allero. Louis Forchlelli, Joseph Pach- Innl, Anthony Mariano, Rocco Mariano, Raymond Mengaccl, William Rado, George Chiswell, Michael Plsani, Raymond DcAngcIIo, John Sabla, Charles Vest, Stanley Baker, Joseph Surg-eant, Doc Aquavia, Joseph Celeilo, Thomas Jackson, Stanley Kloc, Walter Kloc, Norman Bulakltes, Edward Bulakltos, Rocco Rado, Thomas Mulcahy, William Obanottl, Nathan Janus, Fred Montanari, Nicholas Jacovlno, John Montanarl, Archie Riccio, Joseph Triano, Joseph Sum ma, Michael Stabile, Stanley Hasen, Frank Mariano,. William Mariano. Anthony Mariano, Felix Caricllo, John CariellO, Emll Martlno, Emil Martlno, Jr., Frank "Spec" Shea, John Presto, Roy Ranslow, Phil Lamparella, Frank Creddo, Nicholas Mnnglnl, Earl Ranslow, Benjamin Cusiinski, Charles Triano, Charles Fredericks, Michael Rtz- •/.uto, Vincent Summa, John Summa. Frank Summa, Joseph Plculo, William Tooker, Domenic Triano, William Cappello, Dominic Galiette. OntOIN OF WALLPAPKB Wallpaper Is believed to have been developed in Italy oarly In the 16th century. OFFERS YOU THE FINEST IN BYE AND • DKLICIOU8 PASTRIES • FANCY BOLLS • CAKES FOB SPECIAL OCCASIONS 122 School Street Union City Dial 3985 .NORMAN'S BEAUTY SALON* An Individual Hair Styl by- Style Cut . . . $1.25 "Wondering what, the )u:w, shorter look in hair styles will do for you? st (•on.suHiition with our hair nt.ylist, you will realize the uhortor i-jin ) H . nioHt, i'eiiiiniw! dud fMti.'ring 1 when nt.y\<-d just for you. Consultation with Mr. Norman without charge Open Mon. Thru Sat. 9 A. M. to C P. M. Friday Nites Till !) P. M. PHONE 5522 NORMAN'S BEAUTY SALON 87 MAPLE ST. TRUMAN WELCOMES SHAH OF IRAN ON HIS AMIVAl In Washington, the Shah of Iran Is welcomed by President Truman. The 30-year-old Iranian ruler pledged thnt his country rich In oil and bordering Russia, will "work with the U. S. in the maintenance ot peace in Ihe Middle East." President Truman said that U. S Iranian friendship, cemented "in th« itruggle against fascism" will become closer in the years ahead." {International Souniphoto) Choir Participates In Singing Oratorio The entire choir of the Hillside Congregational church participated In the presentation of Mendelssohn's oratorio, Elijah, yesterday afternoon in the Second Congregational church, Waterbury. Several singers from other Naugatuck Protestant churches also took part. JeHHo F. Davis,, minister ot music at the Waterbury church, directed the Hlngcrn. Norman D. Hovey was organist. WKE FUKV PIES QUICKLY WITH FLAKO PIE CRUST MIX Just pour contents of Flako package into a bowl, add water -and there's your pie crust ready to roll and bake. So easy to use. So delicious to eat. And pre- cisJon-mixed for sure rwults. TAKE HOME Fresh Pastry and Cream Pies from I ANDY'S CAMPUS CHURCH ST. Delivered Dally from Heber Bakery, New York Joseph Stalin's real name is Jo- ait Vissarionovitch Dzugashvill. FOItFKITS $6 Albert Anoerson. 27. of 35 Falr- cnild street, forfeited a $5 bond when he failed to appear before Judge John A. Membrlno In Waterbury City Court Saturday mori- mi on a charge of Illegal park'ng. MKKT TONIGHT The Naugatuck Fellowcraft Ait- Koniatlon meets tonight at 8 o'clock in Masonic Temple with a Bltioker to follow the regular monthly foml- ness meeting, according to Pre^l- rient Elmer Edler. All Perfect Craftsmen and Master Masons ure Invited to attend. HKKS CONSUME HONEY Bees connume about ten pound* of honey to make one pound of wax. 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EASY PAYMENTS INVITED: In addition to the customary 30-day chorgi account, MICHAELS invites divided payments in small weekly or monthly accounts. Michaels makes available, at no added cost, the lowest terms offered by fine jewelers anyvyhere. JEWELERS - :. SILVERSMITHS SINCE 1900 STREET, WATERBURY

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