Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 28, 1949 · Page 2
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\ TACK 2—NAl'GATl'CK NEWS (CONN.), WEDNESDAY, DEC. ?8, I!M!)| DREW PEARSON ON The WASHINGTON MERRY-GO-ROUND Drew Pearson Says: Pan American Is Handicapped By Marshall Plan; American Legion's Friendship Train Of Toys Begins To Roll; Two Boys From Denver Face Age-Old Feud. Washington—Toward the end ot the war, President Roosevelt called in Juan Trippe, apple-cheeked President of Pan American World Airways, and suggested that his airline start a chain of hotels around the world. Shc^tajre of dollars Tvrfe sure to be one of the great economic curses of the world after the war, FDR warned, and one way to spread dollars abroad was through the tourist trade. However, good hotels were- necessary for the tourists, which was why Roosevelt urged Pan American Airways to go into the hotel business As a result. Pan Am is building a chain of modern hotels—or at least trying to build them—in various parts of the world. However, their biggest handicap, believe it er not. is the Marshall Plan. In l^atin America) where the Marshall Plan does not operate, the hotel program is going well! But in Turkey, a country blessed with a lot of Mar-^all Plan money, the ECA has actually helped to stymie American enterprise. What happened was that Pan American, after lengthy negotiations, worked out an agreement with the Turkish government to build and operate a hotel for Turkey. The hotel was to be financed with an Export-Import Bank loan at 4 per cent. Just about this time, however, an ECA expert came to Turkev from Paris and recommended that the hotel be built not by American businessmen but by »hn Swiss or Belgians, f (The ECA 'ex pert once operated an American ^-.xpress company office in Switzerland wnt-re he clashed with Pan «™.«u^i.0 vmwj iur me xiomes Water Heaters I Kitchen Sinks * How About Your f POWDER ROOM? | Geo. Wigglesworth * & Son, Inc. | Maple St. Tel. 5263 * 24 Hour Service - For The Best In Jewelry rnilinsoi Neary Building Nangatnck, Conii. FLOWERS For All Occasion. fXOWEBS ITET.EGKAPHED EVEBYWHEBE MELBOURNE'S FLOWER SHOP ttO BCBBEB AVENU« TtL SXtS American Airways). Furthermore, he recommended that ECA money be advanced to the Swiss or Belgians to build the, hotel. Since ECA money would draw only 2 iper cent interest, Naturally it looked a lot better to the Turkish government than Export-Import Bank money at 4 per cent. So now the deal is up in the air. That iis the way ECA so-called experts are undercutting American business. Friendship Train of Toys The American Legions Friendship train of toys to the kids of Europe is really beginning to roll. If the veterans aren't careful, they'll get so many toys that Philadelphia's Pier 38, from which the toys are to be shipped by CARE will be swamped. Not only the legion but all '.sorts of people all over the country are remembering' that, while food is better in Europe, toys are scarce, and that its Europe's children of today who are either our friends or the soldiers of tomorrow. In Virginia, for instance, dynamic Governor William Tuck has issued a proclamation urging Virginians to get behind the train of toys. "This program," said the governor, "is designed to bring ihappuness to children, is a"[3O [planting- seeds of faith, trust, and good will in the fertile young minds of Europe's children." The ministerial Association of Richmond wrote a letter to all -Protestant preachers asking them to explain the toy program on Christmas Sundayt while the Catholic Bishop of Richmond and the Rabbils of the city have done the same. Richmond's police stations and lirehouseU are serving- I ais collection depots for toys. j Two Boys From Denver Two boys from Denver, Colo., now in the cabinet, face one of the oldest and most vigorous fends in the government. It's over who is. to control the Forest Service—the Agriculture Department or the Interior Department. All during the Roosevelt Administration, this battle was fought back and forth between Secretary of the Interior Ickes and Secretary of Agriculture 'Wallace. It was the chief reason for the bad blood bet-ween them. Ickes claimed that since his Interior r>epartment had control of the National Parks and the public lands, it should also control the forests which are on those lands. But Wallace claimed that the Forest Service, for years under Agriculture, should remain there. It did. Now Charley Brannan, Secretary of Agriculture, and Oscar Chapman, new Secretary of the Interior, face the same tug of war Both are old friends, tooth from the same town, and both helped each other up the ladder of government. Chapman helped Brannan get his first job as assistant secretary of agriculture. And later when Brannan beat Chapman into the cabinet he in turn, offered to step aside if the President had any objection tn two Denver men in his official family. Not only because of this old friendship, but because both are board-gauged men, Chapman and Brannan aren't likely to -get peeved at each other over the Forest Service. Nevertheless, the boys ar-cund them have already started making faces. ^ARRIVALS ON 'QUEEN ELIZABETH' PRESIDENT OF THE INTERNATIONAL Ladies Garment Workers Union David Dubinsky (left) and Matthew-WoU, AFL vice-president are pie- turcd on their arrival in New York aboard the Queen Elizabeth. With them is Mrs. Dubinsky. They attended the London organization meeting of the International Confederation ot Free Trade Unions. (International) BUCKMILLER Funeral Home 22 PARK PLACE Telephone 4334 SCULLY, Florist Flowers for Every Occasion 480 BALDWIN ST. WaterUary LEO T. SC1D1XY, Prop. PHONE WAT. 5-7280 • •««•»••••••««•.•»••>•••««. EXPERT BODY WOKK Complete Painting Facilities IVrecker and Towing Service Estimates Furnished Budget Flan Available The Naugatuck Fuel Co. FORD DEALER Phone 6236 NEW 1949 P H I L C Q REFRIGERATOR PAY RAISES Washington—The AF of L say? it will demand a new round of pay raises in 1950, probably at least 10 cents an hour per mar. And it says in a bulletin to member unions that this time, "wages must be raised without causing a general increase m living costs." TKS DUKE AND DUCHESS of Windsor pose aboard the Queen Elizabeth following the vessel's arrival in New York from Southampton, England The Windsors said they plan to be in New York until March or April and then go to their ranch near Calgary. Alberta. Canada. (International) Disabled Veterans Apply For NSLI Prior To Jan. 1 Disabled World War II veterans who are rated les> than totally disabled and who wish to apply fo National Service Life Insurance must do so prior to „ January 1. 1950, Thomas J. Nelson, Commander of (he- Veterans of Foreign Wars in Connecticut warned today. Service connected disabilities which occurred between October 8, 1940 and September 2. 1945, if less than total in degree, are disregarded in determining- eligibility under health requirements for NSLJ purposes, the Commander explained. "Many thousands of disabled veterans are unaware that they arc eligible for GJ insurance, and families of deceased veterans often find tihemselves -without support. I urge that all veterans eligible for government insurance act quickly to obtain policies for the protection of. themselves and thoir families.' Contractor Fails To Pay Workers (By United Press) A warrant has been issued for a sub-contractor on an East Hartford housing development \vho disappeared with ne;irly $500 in wages owed io 11 workmen. According to police, Roland Mason agreed to pay his men he- fore Christmas, hut did not keep tiis promise. When the workmen arrived at his apartment, it was vacant. DENIES RUMORS New York— Filipino opera singer Conchita GsJ-.ton, now in New York, him laughed off reports that she may marry Philippine^ President Quirino. Says the 22-year-old brunette: "Those art just gossip rumors." Reports in Manila said Quirino may wed the singer when he visits the United States for medical treatment next month. . ,, -«. • Cu. Ft. — 5 Year Warranty $50 Down . . . $2 Weekly 413 NO. MAIN ST. UNION CITS Phone 6491 15 CHURCH ST. TEL. M90 Open Friday Till 8 P. M. Our New FORD Service Organization and Parts Department Service Manager—Edwin H. Johnson Service Salesman—John Monroe Mechanical Supervisor—Stephen Luskay, Jr. Paint and Body Shop—Glenn Adams Ford Trained Mechanics Raymond Bell Philip Rowland Michael Capolupo Robert Bramisdorf Welder and Machine Shop Operator Andrew Richardson Dependable NAFCO Service for 21 Years — Better Now Than Ever — Bring Your Ford Here For Service The Naugatuck Fuel Co, 87 CHURCH ST. TEL. 5236 Girl Dragged 1,000 Feet By Automobile (By United Press) At Winsted. an 11-year-old grammar school girl escaped serious injury when she was dragged about 1,000 feet by an automobile. Police said Phyllis Lieber caught her coat in the door of a car which she had alight ed from. Motorists attracted the attention of the driver after the grirl had been dragged along the main street for about 1,000 feet. The girl was treated at a hospital and then taken home. BLACK MST Washington—jTherA. F. of L,. Political league has drawn up a black list of 107 Congressman, lawmakers the labor organiza- tion probably will oppose In next year's election. It named 26 senators and 81 representatives who it Bays voted against the interests of labor, small business and the farmer throughout the last"session. Senator Byre) of Virginia is the only Democratic senator on the list. TnOLLKY TRAVEL New York—Streetcar*, bus«a electric trolleys travelled mor« 3 billion miles in I9«8. &nd than AT FREEDMAN'S!! 20 to 35 OFF ON LADIES COATS, SUITS AND GIRLS AND BOYS COATS, LEGGEST SETS and SNOW SUITS 20% to 35% off This Also Includes Infants Snow Suits and Pram Suits ALL FINAL! 191-199 Church Street fteffly'R ... the electric penny, of course. It's a fact that house- hold electricity costs less today than in January, 1938. 14 How much? Well, perhaps the savings over January, 1938, on some typical bills printed below will give you an idea — ., Bill Per Month ""- 1949 $3.60(12? per day) 4.80 (16< per day) 5.40 (181 per day) Approximate Saving Over January, 1938 \6 pretty pennies 55 pretty pennies 75 pretty pennies Now, see what (bat Monthly saving will provide today, electrically speaking. Yoti'll discover that electricity is still one of the biggest bargains in your household budget. The Connecticut Light and Power Company A Busir*ett.M4n<tged t Tax-Paying Company A Penny's Worth of Electricity Will Operate Any One of the Following Appliances /or ... 25-watt all-night lamp ......... 1414 150-v?att lamp ................ 2V4 Germieidal lamp .............. 18'/i Infrared heat lamp ............ |i^ Sunlamp ..................... 114 Heating Pad . .......... . ...... 6M Electric Blanket ................ | # Electric Clock .................. | 85 Rqd!o •••• ............... ..... Jtt Modern Refrigerator ....;'. ..... 414 Ventilation Fan ................ 4^ Home Freezer ................. j ^ OR, One Cent Win — Vacuum clean 20 rugs Da 2/3 of a family wash Iron five shirt* Cook six waffle* Brew 20 cups of coffee Make 25 slices of toast Mix 36 layer cakes Wash 600 assorted dishes Cook 1/3 of a Sunday's dinner hrt. hr». nf , hr.. fa Hrs fa

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