Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on April 24, 1951 · Page 10
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 10

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PAGE 10—NArOATCCK NEWS (CONN.), TUESDAY, APBIL 24,' 1951 U.S. Air Force Accept Qualified Applicants Now The United States Air Force has lifted its ceiling on voluntary enlistments and is now accepting all qualified volunteers. This announcement was made today by SFC .Robert L. Duley, Station Commander of the USA&USAF Recruiting Station, 140 Grand •street, Waterbury. Until recently, tne*Air Force has limited the number .-of men accepted on a volunteer basis' due to inadequate training facilities. A large .number of qualified, applicants had to be placed; on. waiting lists, or volunteer for other ^branches of service. _.r •' • During recent , : jnonths, the Air Force has increased its training facilities and has now;,>eached a point where It can now absorb all qualified-applicants. Sgt. Duley is on duty at the USA&USAF Recruiting Station, 140 Grand street, Waterbury) 8 a. m. to 9 p. m., Monday" through Friday, and from 8 a. in. tr'5 p. m., on Saturdays •'• "!. Camera Club To Hold First Studio Night ; The first practical photography experience will be offered Photography club . members, during, Studio Night at a. meeting, tomorrow night at the YMCA at 7:45 o'clock. Members should bring any type of camera they have, and models, props, lights and instruction by John Thibodeau, local photographer, will be furnished by the local club. ; The advance schedule of th'e club was announced :by Milton Woodin, president. On Wednesday, May 2, the first annual .meeting, and election of officers will be held, A nominating committee has; selected a slate of candidates iind| club members .will, receive, the list in the mail. Sunday, May 6, the first field trip is planned. The; Photography club will meet at the. YMCA at 1 o'clock where private cars will 'transport them to Roaring Brook. A social period with refreshments will follow the meeting tomorrow night. Interested persons are invited to attend any of it'he club functions, Mr. Woodin said. Now At Salem Scene froirf tbn Bob Hope new starring, film "The Lemon Drop Kid" on the same bill with "Great Man Hunt." '.'., Reclamation Project Rapped By Engineers Introduced :in the last Congress was a. bill (Senate Bill 75) authorizing the Central Arizona Project, a. so-called reclamation project, to take Colorado River water to land in the central part of Arizona, near Phoenix. The main reason offered by proponents in support of the project is that it will provide a ".rescue" supply of Colorado River water to 226,000 acres of war-boom land in Arizona. According to the Rochester section of the American Society of Civil Engineers, "its main r construction features are (1) Bridge Canyon dam and power plant on the Colorado river, 120 miles above Hoover dam; C2) Parker pump lift, to take irrigation water from the Colorado river- near Parker' dam and lift it tcr'a total height 6f*985 feet; and (3) a SOOymile system of, canals and pipe lirfes to deliver water to Arizona lands for raising ordinary field crops, such as al'-! falfa, hay, and cotton. "Estimates 'at the cost of the project amount to a total of $2,075,729,000, 'which is based upon the "Bureau of Reclamation's own' eqnstruction^cost estimate, a 2 1-2 per cent interest rate; an-eight- year .construction''period, and a 75- year , finahcHrig period. The cost per acre for the irrigation features alone! is!$1,838. It should be noted that the^Bureau's construction estimates Tare, often understated and that' there have been increase's in .-.construction materials and lagor since the estimate was' made iiTfiffS, so that-the two billion dollar cost of the project would be a minimum. "Were the project to be authorized, sizable benefits would be bestowed upon the owners of the land to be irrigated. More than one- half of this land is owned by 420 individuals who would receive an average benefit, at the expense of the American taxpayers, of $550,000 for each one of the 420. "The land to be irrigated will be used exclusively for the benefit of the present owners. No public land will be!""opened for entry to war veterans or other citizens for homesteading-purposes under provisions "of the project." These bathing- suite prove the versatility of rayon. Tubular elasticized jersey suit (left) is one you can make" yourself from a length'of the fabric. Add tights in matching color. Fake fur in leopard design (center inset) makes suit with elasticized back. Two-piece bathing suit (right) is fake calf with elasticized rayon at sides and back. ^ 7 Senator Says Russia Doesn't Dare Attack (By United Tress) Maine's Republican senior senator says that Russia does not dare at- :ack the United States because :he Kremlin is not prepared against an atomic attack. ' ','"',. < Senator Owen Brewster spoke at NAME OF JUNGS Stockholm—-Before 1001. Swedish rulers were-known as kings of Upsala, ajjneeting .,,of .the Yale Political Union at New Haven last night. He said that Russia fears 'that the United States is better equipped to destroy her cities in a short time. MIXED IN FALL A 52-year-old Hamden man was killed yesterday when he fell from the roof of his two-story home. Pierre Barera was repairing a television^ antenna when he fell. He suffered a skull fracture. DISCOVER PALACE Yale authorities tell of the discovery of the largest ancient palace know^i In Palestine. And they aie excited at the possibility it. is where Herod the Great may have lived with' his 10 wives 2,000 years ago The find was made at Jericho by the American School of Oriental Research, which has its headquarters at 'Yale. "Target Area-Towns Hold CD Mass Meeting (By United Press) Forty-four communities in the Hartford "target 'area 1 ' were represented at their first mass civilian defense' meeting at Hartford last night. They got an up-to-the-minute ,rGi>ort';,cm Civil defense activities iii; Connecticut. Plans - iarV rapidly being cement-,, ed onvsfat'e7,:-]3Urea and local levels for al)phasesTof, civil defense in the slate, they were told. "" State CD Director:William Hesketh .and his ai'des'outlined dozens. of civil "defense- steps currently being disseminated throughout the state. because it's * ne of Perennial 9««««- Wt0 Spells doom to dandelions, • ptantafn,. buckhorn, most broad- leaved weeds. Easy to use weed control—apply dry just as it comes t.om package. 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