Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 8, 1949 · Page 2
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 2

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, December 8, 1949
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fAC.F. s—NA1K:ATUCK NEWS ICONN.I. THURSDAY, DIDC. B, loin DREW PEARSON ON WASHINGTON MERRY-GO-ROUND Drew Pearson Says: Junketing Senators Create Bad Impression; Senator Thomas's Subcommittee Does Christmas Shopping In Paris; Bolivia Ducks Washington Air Collision Blame. Washington—Wher. Sen. Elmer Thomas of Oklahoma -wrote a letter to Secretary of Defense Louia Johnson last fall wanting a special Air Force plane to carry a Senate appropriations subcommittee through Europe, someone in Jo*i'i- son's office at first questioned the expenditure. This caused the senator from Oklahoma to challenge the use rf government airplanes by Secretary Johnson. VivcuPresident Barkley and other brass hats, with the result that Johnson pulled in his horns, and Senator Thomas y.o'. tht plane- -plus six crew member**. Now that Senator Thomas and co'.irnuues have toured Europ"— supposedly on official buslnem -'t appear* that Secretary Johnson's first impulse was right. He should r.ave stuck to his pnns. For the chief result* of the Thomas junket are an overdose of Losjiltnllty In Spain, an underdose of hospitality in Sweden—thereby brintfinK bitter complaints from Senator Thomas—and the general impression left upon Europe thai U. S. senators are Ignoramuses. To Illustrate why European:) f.:o\ this impression, here is an interview published by the highly reliable- Paris edition of the New York Herald Tribune: "We saw the French defense minister today," Senator Thomas told the press, to illustrate the fart that his committee was in Europ'j to see how the American taxpayers' money wan being spent. "He ::how»d us (he rooms Najvoleon'a mother Jived in. Think of that! Man's name was Bidault or rorm- thinc. You can find out who ho Is--tall, slim fellow." I" other words, the chairman of the Senate committee did not know the mime of the French defense minister, who is not Gcor/res Bidnult, but Kene Pleven. M. Bl- cault is the premier, 1'iirlH Night Clulw—"Good!" Thomas went on to tell the pri'fis nhoiit the Paris night clubs and theaters hi.s committee had visited and named with approval tho l.:do. Bal Tabarln and Folles BIT- KTC. "Good shown." he comrnenl- f rl 'I'm chairman of the corn.vil- tco." he explained when newsnvT iidmired his suite at the Kltz "I always »;,.[. the beat rooma." Thomas went on to Hay that !u« C'.mmittee liked Paris. "We've fat- ten all our Christmas done," he explained. Contrast 1—Unlike the senators v,'ho toured Europe at government expense, Sen. Hubert Humphrey of Minnesota and wife took off for Europe by slow boat las: month, paying their own way "When my father-in-law died," he explained to e. friend, "he left Mi>:. Humphrey a $500 bond. He ?aid I had never had time to travel-that I worked too hard. And he wanted us to take a honeymoon. .So we're using this bond to help pay ouf expenses. It's the first time I have been to Europe." Contrast 2|—Unlike certain bibulous senators who guMVil Franco's wine in Spain and ihi-n recommended that he get a ?1W),- 000,000 loan, Senators Brewster of Maine and Ferguson of Michigan took a quiet, hard-working tour nf the world's touble-spots- completely sober. Bolivia I)ii<>l<H Bolivia Is ducking till responsibility for the Tragic P-3fi collision that cost 55 lives over the ington Airport. The Bolivian government now refuses to pay the balance of $«',500 due on the plane, though before the crash It had ln<iun-d the P-38 with JJoyds of London. Bolivia has even stopped $10 OW) payment on another plane, a P-17, even though it was already d"liv- nred In La Pax. Yet the dn-iloi- here, Paul Aubln. can't sue Bolivia unless it waives diplomatic Immunity. Furthermore, the 7'cila- nv«B of tho pasHtngers killed in ihc Bolivian crash cannot sue • without the Bolivian government's consent. Ilttlp For Franco? The American charge d'affaires in Madrid, Paul Culbertson, has cabled thn State Department. Hint ciop conditions are extremely bid and a Spanish revolution may iturt anytime. Culbortson rep,.r!~n that the only way to prevent tlm cvorthrow of Franco In an American loan. Therefore, with Vlce-Presldor,l l-iarkley's son-in-law. Mnx Trultt, on Dictator Frnm-o's payroll a new drive for u loan to Spall' in certain. Barkley, Incidentally, usually disagrees with the policies ol hlH K«n-ln-lnw, never helps him. What's Doing In Naugatuck A Calendar of Events Today, Tomorrow and Every Day Mystery Man Here Tonight SCULLY, Florist flown fnr Kvtry Occacloo 480 IJAI.DWIN ST. LEO T. SCt M.Y, Prop. PHONE WAT. 5-7280 FLOWERS For All Oooaclon* FtOWKKS MELBOURNE'S FLOWER SHOP UO BUBBEK AVKXCB Tai 5KU Education Board Meeting Today The school aid bill, progress on ihe construct Ion of tho three ne« schools, transportation of pupils and several other matters will b< dlscutwed oy the Board of Kduca- tion ut H,. regular monthly m« Ing (his afternoon at 4 o'clock In the TutDc school. Superintendent of Schools Harald B. Chlttenden said that he wll report on the severance of m-hoo department's connection with borough :i>arl(«. J. Nelson Judy, ohalr- — tin of the board will prerldn SAM'S SEE VICE STATION and OARAGE * n Rubber Ave. Tel. G467 — Front End Work - BUCKMILLER Funeral Home 22 PARK PLACE Telephone 4334 For The Best In Jewelry .H.Tomlinson TED'S AUTO BODY WORKS 57 IIOTCHKIMS ST. TKI.. B1AD — CoUlnlon Sr*<;lalliit« — fendera — Dodlen — Auto Painting Towlnur Service ORDER NOW If You Want a MUSICAL INSTRUMENT for CHRISTMAS Everything From a Piccolo to a Sousaphone 7EMBRUSKI JlDHlC HIlllJI NOBTII MAIN ST. TEL 8807 Open Thura. and Frt. Till 8 \MAS AND ;\:,—- SAVE 45.95 ON THIS HANDSOME 3 PIICE PROCTOR MAID TRAY SET PROCTOR Automatic Pop,-Up ... /om/«r/ar VAIUE $9.95 VALUE Pop-Up ^[^^ A *23.90 VALUt TOASTER VAIUI $is.9S i BOTH for $ 19.95 . . . YOU SAVE $5.95 . . . CARLSON'S FRIDAY SPECIAL!! Thursday, IJccflmbcr 8 Monthly card party of Indies' auxiliary, American I-cgion post. pglon Home, 8 p. m, Chri.'itmas party and meeting "f Central Avenue School Parent- Teacher Asaoctalion, at school, 8 p. m. Christmas bazaar and public supper, Evcrgreon chapter, Order of Eastern Star, Masonic Tcmp'o, bazaar opens 1 p. m., supper, D to 7 p. m. Friday, December !) Junior Chamber of Commerce usince, Odd Fellows hall, from a p. m. to 1 a. m. Sunday, December 11 Third Degree Initiation, Ojcda tounell, KinghU c/f Columbus hall. I Annual Christmas party f o r children, Polish Falcons and Ulan society Falcon hall, 3 p. m. Children's Christmas party, Emblem club, Nau/ratuclc T,odf.',o of Elks, Nenry building, 3 p. rn. Monday, Drawinhcr 12 Union City Community club bingo party, Polish National church hull, 8 p. m. Annual Christmas party. Senior club night, Naugatuck Junior Woman'?' club, Congregational parish house, K p. m. Tuesday,, December 13 School Nigsht meeting, Hop Brook HChool Parent-Teacher association, school auditorium, 8 p. m, Card party, Pond Hill Community club, 8 p. m. Regular dinner-meeting of the .Junior Chamber of Commerce, An- nenbcrg's restaurant, Park Place 0:ir, p. m. Sunday, Ikx^milM^r 13 Tea for parents and IcacherH, Central Avenue School, 3 to 5 p. jn. Wednesday, December II Meeting of Salem nchixil P.arent- Teacher association, 8 p. ni. Thursday, Dec. 15 .; of I hi- Nnugatuclt Nu- mliimittlc Assochitlon, town hall, 7 : ;',G p. m. f.'hristmas concert, Natigaiuclc IiCh school A Cnuinll-i choir .school auditorium, 8:l, r ) p. rn. .Social mcollng, enterUilnnumt, Pond 7-ril] Community club 8 \> in. ' Saturday, DiM'f-mlx'r 17 NEWS-Sulom Playhouse Christmas Party for Youngsters Salon) B n. in. ''It Junior WVmian'H club rulflllde dance, Hotel JCIIon W-i- li'rbiiry, tl T >. m . )„ j „ „-, Tlmndny, Ilcci-mbi-i- 22 Community Carol King, shoc on The Groen, 8:,'iO p. m. Sb-lghrlde Ball, N.augauck Woman's club Junloroltes Ohildn.n'H Christmas party, Pond Hill Community club, 7 p. m. mm MAN HEBH Th« MYSTEiiy MAN, viHltor of down-town stores who gives riwav $5 cash prl/es to the luclcy people he taps, will be at work tonight In 15 Naiigatuch stores, according to William Sehpcro, chairman of I retail dlv| H lon r.f Mm Naugatuck Chamber of Comnmmt. Tin- My H tcrv Man will BO Into action at fi o'clock and will. l>« on the Job until ,itnn>H cloHc ut 8:45 ..clock. Diirln K Ibis time h,, will Up a p,..,.»on In ,,ach of llif in i;tf)r4?H, \Vith a $5 uwiird f(ir ctu-h tap Ktt>r*iH vlriit«Hl \>\ th MyHli-ry Man will bo Indicated by it banner displayed In tin, xtore WlltdoWK. . New Year's li; V o party, j> 0 ml Illli Coinmiilly dub, 8 p. Airs Atomic News Koriniir Air Force officer, MaJ. <i«orjf« llaccy Jordan (ubovn) ohar^i'd in a WiiHhlneloii rudln Interview (hat KiiHHla llud oti- talned IllllldrcdH of poluidH of uranium and atom bomb BecrelN (!iroii(,'h orders of thn latv Harry lloiikliiN. .Ionian diTlarr<l that ho HIIW itrmeil Soviet (,'iinnlH |ilu< (; "HiilteiiHc loadH" of Hiwrnt Apiorl- <'.an doe.iiirinclH ahoiiril Itlmwlaii- botind li'iid-li'HMC plain's In I IMS and 11)11. (lnl)>rniitloiiul) WOOD1WKN KIJOCJT NaiiHatuck Camp HI, Woodmen uf the World, will elect officers at tlm annual mrntlni; tonight ut 8 rclock In Odd Fellowa Hall, Wil- Iliirn Kaiser, press correspondent reports. Camp Commander Francla Moss will preside. Plans will also dlHciiKiieil for I ho annual C' miiH jiarty to bo held Sunday. Lawler To Lead Discussion Tonight TUchurcl P. trawler of l.ho U. . Rubber Co., will load a dlscuHslon on the topic, Accounting Hnpovtii and Their Part In Cost 'Control, at the eighth and (Nnal discussion forum of the Waterbury chapter of National Association of Cost Accountants, tonight In ho University Club room at the Hotel Elton, Waterbury. Gnnrffo DowlinK of Naugatuok will attend the session, which will upon with a dinner at 0:15 o'clock. The forum will be held at 7:30 o'clock. Tho llth dlri!Ct..irn' mec'dnK of thu yoar will bo held a( r> o'clock. MKTEOB BOMBAItD It Is estimated 20 million meteors enter the almouphoru of the earth daily. Hand Painted Trays und Waste Baskets Open 10 to 10 Always Easy Parking Miss Fosters Shop 17 Carroll Court COMBINATION 8TOBM WINDOWS & IIOOIIS NEW ENGLAND SALES CO ALSCO 282 Bank Ht.. Watnrhury Phono 4-0819 Open Thurs. & Fri. 8 A,, M. To 9 P, M PATSY'S Inc. Nationally Advertised Quality Meats 1589 SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATERRTIRY BWIl'T'S iHtAMHJII I1AIIV STI'JIOIC klK STEAKS TKJVDKIC ,IUICV KIIOIJI.DKU ITALIAN DRY PEPPERONI SMALL ISAISV — Kilt KNI)S M & cq PORK LOINS SWIFT'S LEGS of LAMB CimAIIY'S 1-UKITAN — HIIANK KNI> ON1,Y Ready-To-Eat HAMS FJIICSII CUT LAMB STEW H — 'ATSY'S MII.K LEGS of VEAL AKMOUK'S STAK — SMAM. il.lCAN Fresh SHOULDERS AM. I'OI'IJI.AK UHANIIS PURE LARD IK ME » BEEF SALAMI SPORTSMEN ATTENTION CLAYTON H. DETHLEFSEN Takes Pleasure In Announcing The Opening Of CLAY'S SPORT SHOP 98 WATER ST., NAUGATUCK HANDLING A COMPLETE LINE OF QUALITY SPORTING AND ATHLETIC GOODS TO SATISFY BOTH THE INDOOR AND OUTDOOR SPORTSMAN, YOUNG OR OLD. Guns Ammunition Hunting Supplies Fishing Tackle Athletic Goods Skis & Supplies Sleds Ice & Roller Skates Basketball Football Golf Badminton Ping Pong Boxing Gloves and Bowling Equipment Games Dog Supplies Etc. HUNTERS — FISHERMEN — ATHLETES COME IN AND MAKE A PERSONAL INSPECTION LADIES, MAKE "HIS" A MERRY XMAS BUY HIM SPORTING GOODS FROM NOW ON MAKE CLAY'S SPORT SHOT' YOUR SPORTING GOODS HEADQUARTERS 98 WATER ST. PHONE 3687 OPKN KVKNING8 BEGINNING DEC. IB I>KC. 24 ruBtBin CHRISTMAS I OPEN TONIGHT A inttf, UI*^** l * lD V " KlblMAS ' AND FRIDAY A IUNW ^ # EVENING FREE COUPONS ON THE AUTOMOBILE! FKOM 'SWIFT'S SKI,KC!TIOl»'sTKKk~WICKK — BIUSKTCT ll.VHI) I.O IN LAMB CHOPS FltOM SWIFT'S HRANDEI) BAI1Y STKKK HKKV— UONFMS8H POT ROAST [Always On Hand ., . Turkeys, Fryers, Roasting Chickens! Flounced Boudoir Chair Colorful combination of bold floral chintz und c.)ii- trttHtlng n o 1 1 d color. $26.90 Leaf Table Round and Hqiiaro xhapuu. Plttsllc covers In coin. pluto range of colorti. Kx- cululor and cotton filled $4.75 5-Pc. Bridge Sets Well-braced, sturdy table and four chairs. Fold compactly, easily. Mclttl framoB, plastic table top and seatB. $18.75 Sewing Cabinet Commode Traditionally styled with i 'revolving apopl and aew- ' ing accessories compartment. Mahogany. $24.95 j IIRKO with irintnl cluw f»ot. Convenient drnwom. 18th Coniury «tylc. 48x30 wh«n open?i). MuhoKiiny. $49.50 Platform Rocker Tastefully covered In floral tapestry. Sping - Hoat and buck. Maple framu. Open Book Case 24" wide. 40" high. of Chorry Wood, flnlahud In Maple or Mahogany. Part of .sectional gjiocp, other Hlzcs available. $21.05 Decorator Style- Lamps Impressive ceramic lurr.pu In exquisite, original designs. A complete selection! Fr ° m $7.95 Chintz Chaise Longuc To add a real combination of charm and comfort to her boudoir 50" long. Spring-filled. $69.50 »»ll*l»l»,lM,Jrt l » l>lMlB , M , fc>|fcfcw « lfcl| ^, hl|>ll|>|]||>|>|Jia . l|J(i|J|i(Mil|i| FHKE IJUH1C8-HKACO* FALLS TO NAUGATWK FKIDAY NIGIH CARLSON'S 175 CHURCH ST. OPEN MONDAYS UNTIL XMAS

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