Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 21, 1949 · Page 4
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 4

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, December 21, 1949
Page 4
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r/\(;r, i—XAUOATKCK KKWS (CONN.), WKDNKSTIAY, I>KC. 31, JIM Attempt To Blow Up United Auto Workers Headquarters Fails The International htwdquartnvs building of the CIO United A-ito Worker* Union itllll Hlitndu in l><-- trolt today. But only biiwiuxi; ,,f n mysterious phonr; rail rind i dy- nnmUp. fviw thnl fiilli-d. 1'ollrc nrr InvrMtltt'it IrtK« fit tempt last ni(;ht to blow up (he thri-iVBtoi-y building with nn i'X- ploKlvc ChrlnlmiiN imrkiiw, 'I'lii-y brll«'V« this Hfi'mc- man or mtin v/l.-i Hhot nnd Injured Uiu two Hi'iiiii.T brothers In two attacks in thn year or HO arc bohlnd HIP new • Inl MKfUnul the UAVV. Tlilx tlrno thn union lemiwM wr-rc not near the accno of danger. On',y a f'-w nlfranln^: women nnd wntrh- men. They owe their liven to Ih-: fact that a dynamite Time tll'-k- crod out an eighth of an iilcti fion rhe deadly end. Snid one ileti-ctlvo — *'ivi\ f-.liihUi of tin Inch limn- nitd ai! hell would have broken liiojv." The explosives were panked in n (jnlly-wrnpped Oii-liitnruiH |iaek;:.:e found rjn a bimernent fttiilrwnA,:. A Detroit newnpaper received an anonymous phone tip that the building would bo blown up last njfjht. But police Hearched tne place and found nothing clous. Ijiter. however, two union maintenance men found the oxp» rl- ly-wrnpped bomb. A .Dotrnlt pollen official, Jo«np'i Krun. Is convinced the bomb ;il«t was carried out by the Haute i-n- emiea who tried to miHUHHln;i'e Gets Blind Award VISHINSKY INSPECTS EAST BERLIN POLICE AT AIRFIELD Hartford Area Milk Dealers Announce One-Cent Price Cut Hartford, DUG. 21 -(UP) -Thro.! of tlu> liii'Ki'St. milk dealers In the Krfiilrr Hertford iirnii iinnriiiri'in] u 1'cnliicl.lciii todiiy In lh« prle. 1 '; of milk. JSturllriK Ihu find of January all /criulfM tit milk will hi« (ino tioin. n Thin ruduuUon In bulnfi mnila by HIP A. C, Puti'i-Mon, Ihu Bryant imil Chiipmun and It. G. Mlllcv dull-inn. Olhot-fi Uil'Oli|{l]nlil l.lin nlnt,i) a-u rxjioctnd to follow null within l!io flrHl, fow dnyw, Tim t'mjuol.loil imHBoii nlonn In I'oiiHimuirM n nnii'Cimt. pm 1 i|iia,t drop In thi) prlcn of milk whirl) rn will pivy thii fin-morn (xflor Jniiuiiry fli'Ht. Vic Vet toys ?,. .gentR &POM YOUR WEW ADOCKS IMMEWATTELY TO TME VA OFFICE HANOLING YOUB CECOPPS SOVOU'LL eecc-ive VOUR V-A CHECK OC NSLI PREMIUM NOTlce ON TIME i Central Ave. School | Children Entertain MeadowbrookFolk | I'uijils r,f tin- Ni-vnnlh aid i-lKhlh : .-/i.-!'](?; ol C'fnlr.'tl iivrn «• school j vlsltpfl Mi-ndowbrnnk M >m«> Shin I mm Mini; lo .i1ii|;f » C/iiin null |ilny I I" rri":idfiilii of tho hoi i«v Tbr ' phiy wim prniimU-d In thn inrjfo dinlni; room of the l,>»m<v KHz.-i.lir'Hi •Yln.'Kt.M. (.tin.! jfil, Mid Mm. Mrn !T"O«Tlf <• \'\\y. inourlf". Ic-irhcr, were in chnrco ; nf t!u- |>i i-K-i-nt.-n.ion. All n-«ii<l<Tit'i i i.l tin- tiorii" wi-f" Invli'M in •*•!! | in'i>:i llio \).lny i.v Witlltii,. Hupi-t | Inli'iiilrnt J. litidolph And«-r;i'i ' :ind Mm. M/irt)yi Siiiitti. miprrln- t'-iidcul .,r I),.. rtnulhcr Toy HAW Pr«H. Waltei LI? brother. Victor. Police Comsr. Hnrry thn profrflj*ionnl job of chiirK' 1 makeM him think Horn" miners mlKht be involved In plot. Wnltor Keuther foii|;ht terly with what Toy culla "miner'H faction" for contr She UAW when John Jj. Len-i ; dominated the auto workers. Seven delec;tiven, ail veteran:: (.f he InvcHtlc'itlon Into the Heitther hnotings. have been UHMlnnod l<> 'ie dynamite cawe. They are rh v '.--fcjf: ^11 rf^r«?nt. jiurchaHeii <jf exn'u- .ve« In the urea. ol of Tho white rnnn'n burden Juiit. ; ow IH ChrlntmnK, JtidijInK by the i umber of whoppers HlaKKei'lnj,' 1 lontr with their pnr4tni:«n. BUND since birth, Boy Scout Johnny Rosa, 12, of Minneapolis, Minn., is shown on his arrival in Chicago with bin dofj. "Major Von Lunnllu!" Johnny, believed to be the youngest person In the U. S. to have n guide dog, will receive n certificate of achievement from Bishop nerimnl J. Shell, president of the Mmitor Eye Foundation. (International^ Student Choirs To Entertain At PTA Party Tonight Tin 1 Mi-vrnl h cholrH Mild th •vlJI prnvldn th (lio l-niHin'Cl HI I'lriichri' AH.'JII pnrty lonUiht i mihonl. Re'fi-p MCI-VIT! hy tin- and olKhlh }.;ri Mllli'i- IH uliiilri und rlKbth Hc-hool orchosi;-a cntcrtalnntcnt at i-l Hi-hool I'lu-ntii littion (Jhrl'<l IHMH . K o'i:li>cli In 1)1- imcntt will b,> lothiM-ii of HMVcnlh l<: puplln. Kfjhci't nil of the noinmll- foo. Prior to thp pnrty, ut ? so fi'rlorlt. n IniMlncMit ini-rtiiiK will In IN ROUTi TO MOSCOW followlni! U,N. iinwilnnn In Now York, Soviet Foreign Mlnlfiter Anilrol Vlwhinoky ><loft) inspects Knnt Zone police nt ScilincnL-fclc.! Airfield, southcnot of Berlin. Beside VIshlnsky it Olto I Nuric-hko, Deputy.-Promlur (if the. Kiint /.ono lluiiidillc. 'i'ho forclun Minister lit reported to hnve recently authorized the crcullun of a ltuiuiliui-(>i|ulppL-d Knot German oollcc nrmy numborlna 400,000. (IiUcrnuHonal) Realty Transactions The following documontH httvc boon filod for record In thn oft'r.c of Town Clm'k Ruynnmd J. Bt, .lolin; S ? B n ER r* 1 " t1 , Mlllt [ ll -- n ' Cl >^> A 'W"" Ward (left) l« mot by nr iv t v , ' r"- D °" l!l " !! W««cArll.ur'« dlplomuUo chief, on til. ni i Ival ut Yokohnnm, Jnpan, nbourtl the S..V, Lakeland Victory. Word wa» eccompnnicd by his wife and consular B lafT of 10. Before ho loaves for the U b. aboarrl tho I'r.-r.idcnt, Wilsm,. Ward will Klvc CJcri. MncArl.hnr n revert on co.uhUon.-i in Cominunlut China. (Inturnationnl Rariln»/i»l») "If It's ElectricaL.WE HAVE IT" Watts Electric (Jo. Straits Turnpike • Middlcbury Plenty Off-Tho-Hig-hway Parking Space Lig--ht-O-Lier Fixtures Soo our wide iifiiiortuiont of those beautiful Light-O-Lior fixtures ... wo carry thorn for those who want tho b«Ht in dooiRn in rmi- terittl—in 1'ualiion . . . Tlioro'd a Light-O-Lior fixture for every home . . . modern or tradi- tioTial . . , and, Icwt, yon forget - wo an; old hantln at wiriii"; IIOIIIOH — at it for over a quarter century, ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Bearing ouch funions namou aw Thor Hot, Point , . G. E. , , UniverHal . . Maytag . . Apex . . You will find a beautiful iiliow- ing- of toatrtcrn, irons, ningcH, waahcrH ironers, refregeratorti, all, of course, clec- trical , . . they make lasting gifts. We will Christinas wrap your purchiiHo—mnall or large — and deliver it in time. I'. S. POIIMKN Come in — or simply Phone 3-4570 — any of us at Watla Electric will help you select a gift for your lady's home . . We'll Xnmo wrap and send it to her — just phone 3-4570 Waterbury. Admiral Television Zenith And Philco Radios SEE all these things, and so many other items . . . electrical... in our jinst completed New and Enlarged Show Rooms WATTS FJ MGHTS •TH CHRISTMAS Straits Turnpike, Middlcbury • Phone 3-4570 •' Plenty Off Vrht'-llitfhway-Purkintf Space • Doi-ln O., unil Donnlil V. In Wutiirbiiry HuvliiRH Hnnlc. iir'jp- •ii'ty on May uvuniK!, tj«rt>y Schcltlic lo Tllo UuoflnB Co., Inc., propert.y In Cotton i-to',- I'lVV, Ci'rllrlcJll.i of I»Nt.rl)>nMi)ii HlHlnli) of Goorgo W, Trowlii'ldj4i! '.o Kleanor W, TrowbrltlBc. propoi'- i.y on Trowhrlflx" plnnn. (Jitrl.lllritt<« of llcvlfU- lilHlnlo of Ijtinii W. Nluliobi to n<irwood O. NlcholH, proporty on conii-r uf li'lnld nnd North Ch'uri'ii nll'i^iilri. Murtgugti II<-|MINC Watorbury S".vln);H Bnnh fo Hoi-lit <).. Mild Doniild V. OlMon. I'nwor of Atliirni'v l-m-oy mill Dili In |fi. H<:ii H |t!m lo THo HoofliiK GD.I Fnc.. An A-homl) 1,000 tlirinn rnoro powerful than the HlroHhlmu t.vpn In rumored. Jf l.ruo. It cor- l«ilnl.v will h,t 1.11« OI-I!«H|IIII IW ,t blowout. TKV NKWS WANT AI)H Had ley's Has the Biggest Selection of Lamps in New England SEALTEST CHRISTMAS SPECIALS!! ICE CREAM DEPT. ICE CREAM CAKES (Serves 10) Beautifully Decorated With Whipped Cream $1.65 STRAWBERRY TARTS Christmas Decorated In Whipped Cream BOX OP 4 60' SEALTEST ICE CREAM Half Hal 1,05 FROZEN PUDDING ICE CREAM 75c Slices 8 To A Quart Generously PLACE YOUR CHRISTMAS ORDER EARLY WITH YOUR SEALTEST DEALER. NO RETAIL DELIVERIES MADE FROM THE PLANT. MILK DEPT. puart For Holiday Hospitality Here's AH Itt:m We Don't Dare Drop Down The Chimney!! IT'S THAT TASTY SKALTKST E(J(I NO(i AGAIN HACK FOR CHRISTMAS and NRW YKAR'S!! AT SEALTBST STORES EVERYWHERE General Ice Cream Corp. Tel. 3-5144 «,-..*...., „ ~ Waterlniry, Conn. ammMMMMM^^

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