Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on April 24, 1951 · Page 2
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PAGE a—XAUGATPCK KEWS (CONN.), TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 1951 Legislators To Meet Tomorrow With State Employes Association Hartford .April 24— (UP)—Legislative leaders will meet with mem- mers of the Connecticut State Em- ployes association on Capitol Hill tomorrow to discuss bills sponsored by the CSEA. The meeting- will '-be attended by delegates from 50 chapters of the Hartford area. One CSEA-sponsbred bill -would provide a 40-hour maximum work week for state-employes. Others provide for a io per cent across-the-board pay hike and stabilization of the retirement fund.-A similar meeting, is planned for state employes of the New Haven area on May 8 at New Haven State Teachers college. Rhode Island Han Named Ambassador Washington, April 24 — (U P) — President Truman-.has.. named a Pawtucket, R. I.,. man . as ambassador to Cuba. Willard Beaulac now is American ambassador to Colomr bia. : The veteran dipjomai;, has lived through revolutions in both Colombia and Honduras and an earthquake in Nicaragua. AVIATION HONOR The founder of Pratt and Whitley. Aircraft has been given the :ross of officer of the Legion of Honor by the French government. Frederick B. Rentschler was honored for taking an active.part in :he progress of aviation. The award was made at New York. Says Proposals Might Bring Atom Bomb On US Cities Democratic- 1 * Senator, Brien. M Mahon says ^General MacArthur proposals fo^Jhitting,: Communis China might set off a world war which would bring., atomic bomb on American, cities.'-'. •:.'•;• ; The senator from \Connecticu who is chairman of the :Gongres sional atomic: committee, saya th United States,-' is.- not prepared fo all-out warK except in • -the field o atomic energy^ He also said Rus sia-is able -to -drop atomic bomb on American cities., rig-ht no\v. In a speech prepared for-deliverj ;o the Senate, McMahon listed thos ;wo points as. among the fundamen tal facts which, as he said, "pas sion may obscure but which we wil .ignore at our peril." .. : . let>& i & n f £>(/•• • \/ I KNOW WHERE I CAN FINANCE A CAR WITHIN OUR MEANS •••'; New-car buyers head our way because they pay LOWEST TOTAL FINANCING COST, with no commissions or extras. They deal locally . . .insure with their own agent with premium included in loan ... get their own life insured for unpaid balance of loan at no extra cost. It will pay YOU to finance your car at NAUGATUCK'S The NAUGATUCK NATIONAL BANK MEMBKB FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION • FEDERAL BBS EBV1. SYSTEM. Anti-Red Movie star John Garfield told the House TJn-Amerlcaii Activities Committee that he has never been a member of the Communist Party. He said he has always hated Communism and believes it to be a tyranny which threatens our country and the peace of the world. . . gnacy Kulas Dies At Home Following .engthy Illness Seymour Ignacy Kulas, Rimon street, died esterday at his home, following a ong illness. A native of Poland, he came to his country in 1919'and had resid- d in Seymour for more than 25 'ears. Until his retirement a year go, he was employed by the Sey- -nour Manufacturing Co. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. atherine (Taradyria) Kulas; two aughters, Mrs. Mary Blum, Seyour, and Mrs. Albert La Casse, Villiamsburg, Mass.; seven sons teve, Benjamin, Chester, Joseph nd Victor Kulas, all of Seymour, nd Stephen and Frank Kulas, tfaine; three brothers, Joseph and r alenty, Haydenville, Mass;, and tanley Kulas; Poland, and ID randchildren. ^Funeral services will be held 'hursday morning from the James Shay Funeral Home, Seymour. o St. Michael's church, East Dery. Burial will be in St. Michael's emetery. Friends may ' call at. the uneral home this afternoon and vening and tomorrow ' afternoon nd evening. IXOWER IMODJRII --,:.?:'-..; Mrs. Edward Little," "69 Chestnut reet, is holding open house this' fternoon for garden enthusiasts* nterested in her collection of daf- •mils and African violets. .Notes •••-' '.,,'v.. A special meeting of WiYdey En- ampment, Odd Fellows,, will be eld tonight at. 8 o'clock in Odd ellows hall, Main street. • -, A rehearsal of the Veterans of 'oreign Wars band ' will be held onight at 7:30 o'clock. at Fountain -lose Co., headquarters. '.'".;' A meeting of Emil Senger post merican Legion, will be held to^ ank^- 8 °' Clook in th . e ,Po, s t : room.s; The Seymour Democratic town ommittee will meet tonight at 8-15 'clock in the council room of the Seymour town hall, according to Chairman Joseph O'Rourke 1 . ' Greatest Value Ever in a Super Quality TV Console PHILCO ree -•2 WAY DECORATOR LAMP With Every Purchase Of ANY HWLCft TV SET •'- ' See 'This . • ••- • Wonderfully New Pfailco .In pur Home-Like Display Rooms ^ . SMALL WEEKLY PAYMENTS FOR ENTERTAINMENT & EDUCATION FOB THE WHOLE . • 65 WEEKS TO PAY » NEW STORE HOURS Starting April 16th . Mondays thru Saturdays , ' '. 8 A. M. to- 6 P. M. Thursday and Friday Evenings Until 9 P.M. • ' : -* -: By training — through practical C E B If I >» B experie3ce> we are Qualified to 9 E K V I W E ren<Ier the. Wnd/ of service re:' ":.• ^' -quired in the field of television we would like you to bear this in mind when you are ready to buy television. PHONES Wat. 4-0181 Wat. 4-0182 STRAITS TURNPIKE, MTODLEBURY Bridgeport Brass Sales Show Hike Of 64 Per Cent Bridgeport, April . 24 —(UP).— Bridgeport Brass sales for 1950 '•were 64 per cent higher than for 1949. According to the annual report, the company had a net income of nearly 14,000,000 in 1950. In "1949; Bridgeport. Brass had a net loss of about $1,000,000 This year; has tstarted out even better than 1950, According to President Herman K. Steinkraus. RENEW LICENSBS Hartford, April 24, (UP) — The State Motor Vehicles Department is •worried because drivers aren't in anyhurry to renew their licenses The deadline, midnight on April 30, is rapidly approaching. Department officials say they expect, a last minute mass rush just before the deadline State JewelfrsAt PriceClmic Hartford, April 24'—-(UP)—Some 250 Connecticut jewelers attended an OPS price clinic last night. It was .sponsored, by the -Connecticut State Jewelers V association, the State Education Department and the local Chamber of Commerce. Two resolutions.'were; adopted; by the jewelers. One sought an; extension at one month from the April 30 deadline'for filing: of., financial statements wiih the OPS. In the other, jewelers opposed any cut in funds allocated for distributive education. NURSES EOKUM New Haven, April 24, (UP)—Yale University School of Nursing will hold a three day forum for nurses beginning May 23 General topic of the meetings will be "emotional problems in patient care" The meetings, are open to the first 75 registered nurses who apply Neighbors Send Dog To Idaho (Avon, April 24—(UP)—Neighbors have raised money to send an Avon dog to Idaho. , The dog was "left behind when Mrs. Beverly Young went to visit her parents. In IHe absence'of his mistress, the dog refused to eat. Fo* Ail OccMl>a> FLOWERS TELEGRAITMCD EVERYWHERE) MELBOURNE'S FLOWER SHOP ISO RUBBER AVBNUB Tel, 62» Worried neighbors banded together .and shipped the. dog to Idaho. There's a TIME LIMIT ON G. I. Training. Register for.June 26 Term.,-..: ,,. POST JUNIOR; COLLEGE 34 Central Ave. Wfbrji-. •*to: ! Tl., ,. Jewelry IC.H.TomlinsQni NMM7 : iSOUTH MAIN ST. THRU TO BANK For years of this area Mothers . and Mothers-to-be have relied on ENGELMAN'S for nationally- known brands in which they have complete confidences v , tf FAMOUS BABY BRANDS , .- • .• : ' KLEINERT'S NITEY KITE GHATHAM NORTH STAR TRIMBLE ,BABY-ALL DR. POSNER SANI-SHEET PLAYTEX McKEM GURITY CHIX JOHNSON'S HANDI-PANTI BABY WEEK 45 pc. LAYETTE REGULARLY $26.60 $1 Q.9& 24 DIAPERS, purity or Chix 3 Carter's Shirts , 2 Knit Gfpwns 2 Knit Kimonps ' 3 Piece Towel Set 2 Wrapping Blankets , 2 Quilted Pads 1 Blanket, 36^ x 50 1 Kleinert's Sheet 1 Hand Made, Dress . 1 Hand Made Slip 3 Piece Set (Sweater, Bonnet, Bootees) OCR COMPETENT STAFF . ; . headed for over 20 years by Mrs. Flora Norton, a "Mothercraft. Graduate," has been aiding mothers of this area in making their: layette selection! They will be pleased to help you! NATIONALLY KNOWN BRANDS * CARTER'S EVENFLO ' MENNEN'S PYREX ' . ARNOLD KNIT ESMOND MRS. 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