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To Seek Pay Raise Seymour Auto P r fP ar » n K to submit and oth- *r to-: the nVj.:'. M?Iikowski a ii «laims a ma- more than 500 members and' seek bargainin S agent. V m B^y refuse to the unlon as theheih- a agrent - an ' eiec - year,', .ervjtiera ?2«> monthly; •Ion plan, guaranteed annua , ;v an$ an Insfflan^e^and^ medical plan. Leigh Named Trustee .Harry A: Leigh, treasurer of the Seymour 1 - Manufacturing company, was elected as a member of the Doard of truntees of the Seymour rruBt company, to succeed LeRoy P. Bennett. _ : _;Mrf ^eimett resigned Irom the board ; as" 'he is leaving Seymour to make his home in Ly- donvllle, Vt. .-Cjarance G. Hummel president of the bank, made the announcement yesterday Wilkinson Death ' t Alfred James Wilkinson, Derby;, father of Mrs, Louise Strummeild and Mrs Jeanette Anderson of Seymour, and brother of Albert Wilkinson and. Mrs. Nellie Kuss; also Seymour died Sundaj night at his home A native of England, he resided in Derby for -it years, and was well known as a former baker. •"•• Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock' Wednesday afternoon at- the Colwell funeral home, Derby, with interment in the family plot m Oak Cliff cemetery, Derby. Friends may call at the funeral home today from~2 to 5 and 7 to' 9 o'clock. Family Night Program A Family Night supper and pro'- gra'ro will be held in the Seymour^ Methodist church parish hall Wednesday evening at 6:15 o'clock, under the sponsorship of the Parent- Teacher association of the- church school and their committee. The theme of National Family Week is, "Children Deserve >a Christian Home." • .. All families and friends of the parish are invited, and each family is asked to furnish a covered' dish of food for the supper. The committee will provide the dessert and beverage. •,. Wild horses and burros still roam unrestricted in some remote southwestern sections ' of the United States.- -•'••.'•;. EXTRA HOURS EttCHIEK THOIt AUTOMAGIC Watht* cfoffi** automathally at a fUck of th* twitth It gives you the world'* finest washing action and rinsing—all operations are controlled Ky a flick of the switch. Se» this are azing time garer today! , FREE DELIVERY INSTALLATION NO BOLTING DOWN ^ NO PLUMBING NEW CLUB PLAN CREDIT TERMS Siore 61 WEST MAIM Galled NORMAN JAMES BOVAY, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman E. Bovay, 176 Park avenue, reported this morning to the Brooklyn Navy Yard, upon being recalled to. active duty with the .IT. S. Navy. He attended the university of Connecticut and the tJ. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md., and is a graduate of the Naugatuck. -High school. . •.'.'Vacation Schedule In Footwear Plant Announced Today ~W. E. Bittle, factory manager in the Footwear Plant, announced today that vacations this year will begin June 29 "and will run to July 17. In the announcement, Mr. Bittle said: "As has been pur practice for many years, and as contractec with our. union, we will plan to close down all operations in, the plant for our annual summer vacation period as follows: "All regular making operations will close at the end of their shifts on Friday, 1 ' June. 29. .Packing and •miscfillariedus cleanup operations will be scheduled to be complete* on STonday," July 2. • "All regular making operations will be resumed at the regular shif' timqs .on ^Tuesday, .July 17. "As ha's been our • practice, ,clos ing; and "op'ening will take place on a staggered^ basis-in 'the. preparatory and, finishing, departments in order to conform with bur regular scheduling practices.-.„ • .. ( ; "Plant superintendents will clear the detailed ; closing and /opening schedules.. "i;he aforementioned schedule is issued oh the basis that '.'no appreciable-change will take'place in the meantime 'in regard'to world conditions, and world e'yehts. .'A'seri- ous change --in'' world conditions could^k)! cout>iie, imake it jiecessary for _us:.to .change our summer holi day .plans, "./ ' : ' 4 : • ..'•• • '. "'We arc most hopeful that all of us ; may plan for an enjoyable summer' ^holiday, so that we may re- fresht-ourselves to. better '-continue our efforts to 1 produce the best quality footwe&r in; the world: CAKE Gay., and •\simpiy delicious'.', .this two-layer cake is filled and' iced all over r with:a new real cocbariut cfeme icing- and covered with snowy- white cocoanut. Jt's topped off wi tli a golden inscription .. . "^I Clothing Drive In Borough Started In Local Schools A ' Save-the-Children "Burfdle Day^' drive to collect serviceable, used clothing will take place in Naugatuck public schoo.ls, this week Scnool Superintendent H. E. Chittenden announced today. The drive, which is part, of t the Ninth National Children's Clothing Crusade conducted under the auspices of a national committee of school superintendents, will be for five days. Clothing obtained will be distributed by the Save the Children Federation in its program- of assistance Lo children in'isolat- ed rural areas of the,United States and. in seven European..countries. Two million. pound's>of ( wearable clothing has been set as the national goal. I."st year in.' the Eighth National Children's Clothing Crusade, nearly three million pupils took part in 813 bundle days in some 40 states and raised a total of 1,300,009 pounds. " Clothirig collected by .the Federation is distributed abroad for^ the relief of needy children in Austria, Finland, Greece, Germany, and Italy. . -, In America clothing is distributed in low-income rural areas .-;• of eight Southern and vMid-western States and on the Navajo Indian, Reservation, in which the Federation operates its sponsored school program. Superintendent H. ..-.Ev^.C.hittqri'- den said that weiraBlc ciptnTiitJ' of. all types, in both babies', children's and adult sizes; bianketsi sheets, and other bedding and 1 pairs of outgrown shoe.3 arc needed. World's largest refractor telescope is in the Yerkes Observatory, Williams Bay, Wise. CLICKS — J u n k o Haruyama, 18-year-old Tokyo office girl, is Japan's "Miss Camera of .'51." Choice of the Japan Photographer's Association for their first postwar queen, she poses after, her coronation. For Scout Activity July 1; Advancement Drops The thirteenth season of Boy Scout activitiy at Camp Mattatuck will open on July 1 with eight weeks of camping scheduled. According to "Smoke'Signals," Scout publication of. : the 1 Mattatuck Council, the programs at the camp are, based on a two-week period and the season itself ;has been extended two extra weeks this year. Explorer crews with their own leader will be provided with a trailer and four 'canoes for one week or week-end trips. Scout advancement in the first, three months of this year has fallen behind the mark set last year. The following advancements in the Naugatuck District were reported to the council: Second Class, 7; -First class, 6; merit badges, 36; Star, 5;-Life, 2; and Eagle 1.-"'"-*' In the Cub Pack "units, the following ,were' reported: Wolf, 5; Bear,;.5;. and Arrow, 15. Rev. Alva Cox To Leave Waterville Re v. Alva I. Cox, pastor of Grace Methodist Church, Waterville, announced last night that he will terminate his services, at the church June 15. Mr. Cox told' the church board that he will not be reappointed tp the church by the New York East Annual Conference which meets this week because he is not a member of thes conference. Mr. Gox, a' member of the North- East Ohio Annual'Conference, .will be appointed-' 1 by that group when it meets in late'June. I NAUGATUCB.NEWS (CONN.), TUESPAV, MAY 8, 1951-PAGE 5 EVelJOgg Funeral TO S-.?*™*;.. •'•at;-, Stalin's; Episcopal • : ;. -.;•, .-'• ' Church,;; Watj|rbui-y. jp'riends may Rp ftn WAllnOCrloV Ca " at t>10 ^ ldorso " ^eral home. "**.«: V" .ft CUlICOUa J 70 Central avenue. Waterbiiry, to- Funeral services for,Thomas P. *"£* **°™ | tO .|:°' bl ° Ck; -,S Kellogg, 44, Crest road, Middle- Hc dlcd in Watorbwjr hospital bury, vice-president and assistant early yesterday morning, Dr. Ed- secretary of Apothecaries Hall Co., ward H. KirschbaumV^Sn'edical ex- will be held tomorrow afternoon at amincri said, of a heart" attack. r fu^ 7I/RF8W16CR This complete grasi food feeds grass to richer color and thicker growth. Economical—use only 1 Ib per 100 sq ft. Feed 2500 «<j it-tl.50. Feed 10,000 sq rt-$7.85 For a lawn of distinction try the famous Scot&. beauty treatment. . . Turf Bui/der to bring out colpr and health . . . Scott* Seed to provide a carpet of thick grau. 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In these two days they subjected America's latest-model cars to all altitude ranges, weather and driving conditions the average motorist experiences in a full year. The contestants used either Mobilgas or Mobilgas Special—stopped regularly at Mobilgas dealers for service check-ups-obeyed all traffic rules. The result: The amazing average of 23.923 miles per gallon! Here's proof beyond question that you can get greater mileage from your own car, if you will:—use one of America's favorite gasolines—Mobilgas or Mobilgas Special, keep your car in shape with regular Mobil- Care, drive carefully! IV % ^fneirica*$^ - : 1 i-gest-Selling , ^i .-"" ^* s ' •" ^* Gasoline Brand See Your Mobilgas Dealer for this Helpful Booklet! Mobilgas ^ SOCONY-VACUUM ^ SOCONY-VACUUM OIL CO., INC.