Daily News from New York, New York on May 3, 1964 · 801
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Daily News from New York, New York · 801

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Sunday, May 3, 1964
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ar'onwunity ervice, th paael wilt feature DrV Robert "Dickea, professor of psychiatry at the Downtown Medical Center and director of clinical services and education at Kings County Hos-I'ital Center, as program moderator. Questions to be answered will be those most frequently asked by Brooklyn residents using tb.9 service. Employe representatives at the U.S. Naval Shipyard, Brooklyn, have sent a wire to President Johnson protesting the Defense Department's "unfair distribution of contracts." They urged him to investigate the department's p r o c urement procedures. ' The telegram from the Brooklyn Metal Trades Council said the employes were shocked to learn that the CVA67 a For-restal class super carrier was to be built at a private shipyard in Newport News, Ya. "It i3 unbelieveable," the -wire said "that the Brooklyn Navy Yard was given no consideration, despite the fact that we built the three best CVA-typa carriers afloat," The reference was to the giant aircraft carriers Saratoga, Independence and Constellation. "Wa contend," the telegram stated, "there is an unfair distribution of defense contracts and the Brooklyn Navy Yard has been grossly discriminated against. We contend also that the capabilities of the nation'3 defense system are being seriously impaired by the under-utilization and neglect of the Brooklyn Navy Yard." The wire was signed by James J. Dolan, president of the council. Psycho Types What are the different types of psychiatric treatment? What is the relationship between psychiatrist and patient? Who needs psychoanalysis? These and other questions asked most frequently by the public will be answered by a panel of noted psychiatrists at an open meeting at 8 P. M. Wednesday at the Hotel Granada. Sponsored by the Brooklyn Association for Mental Health as C3 Accordion Concert An accordion concert, featuring Bill King's Squeeze Club, will be given Friday evening in the Polish Hall, Falcon - Ave., Patchogue. Proceeds go to tha Cancer Crusade. YXRD UNfON WIRES LBJTaKrSNCJB Docs to Define P M C o o o in 9 HEM ' 1 n ARE OUR BUSINESS . OUR ONLY BUSINESS uiua'. our ooncy of p'SS 3"a patterns is ro on d.spls. As 3 the tlnest in Ciotn- d Shoes a' resl:trc rices will Mr E HONOR UNI-CASD CHARGE ACCOUNTS .-.3. H Jiis'y si HE-MAM 318 Livingston St. (Comer Nevus! Brooklyn TR 5-0348 OPEN THURSDAY to 9 Huntington !0pposite Kg.1 strauss) 161 Route 110 HA 1-2275 Open MON. & FRi. to 9:30 Free Parking at all locations. Also at Newark, N. J. MAY 5? XJSsaJrw' ONLY vJ!W(?v0 2598 U II I ISr Aj f Set includes: (A) 4 Qt. S L Double Boiler (C) 1 Qt ""nJ Pan (D) 1 Qt. Sauce Pa REVERE WARE COPPER CLAD STAINLESS STEEL 6-PIECE Heritage Set Wevtrje J REG. 34.98 auca Pot (8) 1", Qt. . Open Combination n (E) Qt. Extra Deep Sauce Pan (F) 10 inch Skillet ! , Ifi POTS "N PANS SHOP TOrTUriOTT 5 545 LIVONIA AVE., B'KLYN OPEN EVERY DAY 10) A.M. to f 33 P.M. Saf. to OPEN FRI. MAY S FOR SUNDAY INFORMATION: HY 4-4501 triiiifri,'riignnii)ni -ii v&k ninrn iiiiTin'i 1 1 nri iirrrTi-ri r a " ' itfi liwl'ii ri'-iir r rfir'fwgi brt-ni rty y- nrtfiaTririfr--'-JWrt ,iaa-iait ;ya ,ac i 8 Ay B f'LLED WITH 100 4NAk!5V;5' 1 I 'I mJI washable WCR0,!f r Our Buyers planned this May White VJUx 1 8 jP hTH v Sale for 6 months! These superb 0 JtGfyW? PCStJTi f's lf B i CVl I fS-rO X" comforters are covered with .-SK C-' ESt1 & fThXi 1 8 I vT" (on ,he fine$t decorotor fabrics d2-' V-ti. 1 llT? l prints-custom ma-i ' Vxi SSoId Reg. from is ' B 11.98 to 29.98 iiL s ,,M",C,,, X j E Pj f' QUALITY COLLECTION! j FDHTUKSFF'S LIVONIA AVE., BROOKLYN (Sar Pennsylvania Ave. -Our Only Location) FOR SUNDAY INFORMATION HY 6-4500 ust ti ieach rr CM: rH. nit sk uttfWt rim ir subwaT: HI Not Utt M. I rttwrtfMM n.-IMI Cwaru Sit. U Limu to. HOURS: MM.ttnan.1M M PA. Sit to P M.-DPtN FIIMf, MAT I 7 DAYS 'uT lick ' tUUANT( Comine Soon' FortunofTt at VestSury

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