Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 5, 1949 · Page 10
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 10

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, October 5, 1949
Page 10
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COURSE OF THE TEXAS HURRICANE SWEEPING IN FROM the Gulf ot Mexico, a hurricane carrying winds of 100 miles an hour hit the Texas coast in area indicated by arrow, and moving just west of Houston, headed northward. Ninety-mile gales •truck at Houston, but no casualties were reported. (Central Press) PACE 10—NAUGATPCK NEWS (CONN.), WEDNESDAY, OCT. 5, TOlfl What's Doing In Naugatuck A Calendar of Events Today, Tomorrow and Every Day Wednesday, Oct. 5. Dessert-bridge, Emblem club of 'Naugatuck Lodge of Elks, Elks rooms, Neary building, ,8 p. m. Rummage sale, Church Helpers, St. Michael's parish house, 9 a. m. Thursday, Oct. 6 Board of Directors, Little League Meeting at K. of C. Rooms, Neary Bldg. Rummage sale, Church Helpers, St Michael's parish house, 9 a. m. Friday, Oct. 7 Birthday festival sponsored by Ladies' Aid society, Salem Lutheran church hall, 8 p. m. Rummage sale, Ladles Auxiliary of Naugatuck American Legion Port. Sunday, Oct. 9 Ojeda Council Communion Breakfast, St. Michael's Church, Beacon Fall*. Monday, Oct. 10 Monthly meeting, board of public welfare, town hall, 8 p. m. Garden department, ''Naugatuck Woman's club, tour' of Bristol Nurseries. Juniorettes of Naugatuck Woman's club, opening tea. Tuesday, Oct. 11 General meeting, Congregation Beth Israel, synagogue, 448 Fairview avenue, 8:30 p. m. Girl Scout leaders meeting at home of Mrs, John McGroary,, 64 Park avenue, 8 p. m. * Evangeline Circle of Salem Lutheran church meeting at the Tranquility Farm, Middlebury, supper, 6:30 p. m. • Thursday, Oct. IS Rummage sale, Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Israel, vacant •tore next to Alcazar theater, 9:30 a. m. .to 5 p. m. Rummage sale, sponsored by Ladies' Aid society of Salem Lutheran church, church hall 7 to 9 p. m. Friday, Oct. 14 Rummage sale by St. Mary's Al- tar'society, church basement, 9:30 a. m. to 4 p. m. Food aale, Pond Hill Community club, Brennan's store, 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. Rummage sale. Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Israel, vacant store next to Alcazar theater, 9:30 a. m. to 5 p. m. Rummage sale, sponsored by Ladies' Aid society of Salem Lutheran church, church hall, 9 a. m. to 12 noon. Thursday, Oct. 20 Rummage Sale, Beacon Valley Grange, in vacant store, next to Alcazar on Main street, 9 to 4 p. m. Saturday, Oct. 23 Reunion. NHS Class of 1S39, Concordia Hall, Seymour. Wednesday, Oct. 20 Halloween ' Party, Prospect St. PTA, in School. Corkball Player Pitches Good Ball St. Louis (UP)—A pitches with two artificial legls is throwing a better screwball here than the major leagues ever will see.- He is Clarence "Bud" Voellinger of East St. Louis who hasn't lost a game this year, and hasn't 'been scored upon. Voellinger (patches in the 'cork ball league, which ite somewhat unknown throughout the country. A corkball is " about the size of a plum, the bat the player uses is a half size bigger than a broom stick. Theball is made of ^cork with a horsehido cover. The curves a man can pitch with it and the skill required to hit are beyond any standard's used in baseball. But Voellingcr, 23, who had -his legs torn off by a German land mine when he was In the infantry, becoming the best corkball pitcher in the area. Corkball is a great aid to handicapped players. It requires no running. Teammates of Voellinger say that if he were in the majons and could throw curves with a baseball as ho does with a corkball, Joe DIMappio (ind Stan MiiKiul could not. even set a wife bunt. GRF.ATKST CAN IIY NATION The U. S. was the greatest candy producing country in the world in 19-18. Seeks Annulment PICTURED in New York's Supreim Court, Nancy Oakes De Marigny testifies at her trial for annulment before Justice. Aaron Steuer. Daughter of the mysteriously murdered Sir Harry Oakes of Nassau, Nancy charges that her husband, Count Alfred De Mnrigny wed her blRnmously. Several years ago the Count v/as acquitted of a charge of Maying her father. (International) I'On IJUIChrtlJ KKSULTS — THY NEWS WANT ADS A Pause To Refresh Is Part Of The Game Ask for it either way ... both trade-marks mean the same thing. tOTTUD UNDEt AUTHORITY Ofc THE COCA-COIA COBPANY BY COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OP WATERBURY, INC. Industrial Council Budget Committee To Meet Tonight Chairman William Swanson v/ill preside at a meeting of ',he budget committee of the Haugatuck YMCA Industrial Council, this evening at 7 o'clock at the Y, according to Herbert E. Brown, Y general secretary. Other members of the committee are: Council President Thomas J. Dillon, Lewis A. Dibble, Jr., Harold McDermott, Charles Ludolph, Otto H. Jeensen and Mr. Brown. At 8:15 o'clock, the Y dormitory committee will meet, with Chairman Arthur Anderson presiding. Prescription Starts Trade Winooski, Vt. (UP)—A doctor's prescription helped make Armand Roy Vermont's only manufacturer of braces for the physically handicapped. The 3O-year-S>ld (veteran of World War H was maintenance man in 11 saw mdll when a doctor prescribed corrective foot supports for his young son. To avoid the sSx weeks' delay customary in obtaining the su;p- Iports from Boston, Roy decided to make them himself wfth the skill and knowledge he gained working in the brace shop of an Army general hospital during the war. The supports turned out so well that Roy decided to manufacture braces commercially. The ftrist week he made braces at night after working days at the sawmill. By the second mill, he was 'making braces all day and working at the sawmill nights. Soon he quit the mill altogether to devote full time to the business which expanded to the point where Roy needed three employes. JUSTICE DOUGLAS SERIOUSLY HURT Dr. Kinsey Works On Women's Report HoQlywood (U1P>—Persons who are anxious to know what Dr. Kinsey, author of the famed "Kinsey Report," thinkB about Hollywood women will just have to wait until his next otaus. "Sexual Behavior in the Human Female," somes out. Dr. Alfred Kinsey, University pt Indiana zoologist, set up offices in a local hotel and began probing j the intimate secrets of Hollywood women als- his staff of interrogators popped a series of questions at willing volunteers lor the survey. But the doctor had no comment to make on , whether Hollywood fDITORS—Sent for your use In connection with newt dsvelopmentt art thu* recent pictures of Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas taken during trips into mountainous regions. Justice Douglas was seriously hurt •«hen thrown from his horte near the summit of Chinook Pass, Wash. Ke Is in a Yakima hospital. At right he is shown while traveling last August in the mountains of Greece. At left, he works in hie Lostine. Ore., cabin. C.P. Louiis Prima Show Coming to State, Hartford Louis Prima, "The Man Who Plays Pretty for the. People," his torrid trumpet, and his famous Orchestra, will headline the stage show playing Priday.Saturday and Sunday at the State theater, Hartford. Louis Prima features all his celebrated stage and radio personalities, including "Keely" Smith, "Southland's Newest Songbird"; Jimmy Vincent, "Brilliant Drummer Boy"; The Goofers, Pasquale, CarmeJla,'Cerise, Mike Cotton, and Prank Nichols. Prima will sing and play many of his neweat recording hits, . as well as such favorites as "Civilization," "Angelina," Robin Hood", "Baciagaloop," and others. Prima will also conduct, at all performances, his novelty sensation, "Sing an' Spell," with loads o£ laughs and valuable prizes given to participants. Hawley Hardware 102 Church Street Hotpoint Refrigerators Tile Board . Tools House Paint Lighting Fixtures . Hand and Power Mowers 1 Phone 4086 We Deliver was expected to be any differcn from, the scores of other rities al ready probed. "We will make extensive search," he said \\-ith scientific d tachment, "and as yet, of course we cannot teil what we will find CORDUROY SPORT COATS All Colors — Sizes 3C to 44 $17.50 CORDUROY PANTS Sizes 2 to 42 — $2.95 up EMBRUSKI NORTH MAIN ST. TEL. 3807 Open Fri. Till 9 You May-Win A Hotpoint DISHWASHER FREE! The lucky person has not as yet been found—therefore we are extending . . . MAGIC KEY WEEK FROM Oct. 1 to Oct. 8 . Your chance to win increases as each day passes! REMEMBER—SOMEONE MUST WIN THIS DISHWASHER AND IT MIGHT BE YOU! Nothing to Buy! No Strings Attached! ONLY ONE WEEK TO GO e-F= OCT. 1 TO OCT. 8 ."^ CONN. FUEL-GAS CORP. WATEKBUKT ROAD. WATEBTOWN, PHONE 275 Open All Week Mon. Thru Sat—Open Wed. and Thurs. Evenings Until 9 o'Clock Whatever tite Price 1 I T'S part of every street scene—something you see every day. Car owners in three different price classes—all happy about the same thing, One of them drives a new Buick SPECIAL, which you see poking forth its new, bold-look forefront at the left of our picture. Another will tell you there's nothing like the SUPER'S "happy medium" of size and comfort, power and easy handling, style and standing. And if you're looking for prestige, where is your money, going to buy so much as in that handsome 18-footer, the ROADMASTER, with its 150-hp performance and really royal bearing? But all these good folks get together on this: There's no ride quite so soft and cushiony as the Buick ride, whatever the size and series. There's no power quite so satisfyingly lively as Buick's high<ompression, high-pressure Fireball power. Above all, there's no "buy" like a Buick — no car that gives you such a rich dollar's worth of smartness, handling, comfort and liveliness for every dollar you pay. So why not look the whole line over? Your Buick dealer has these grand travel-mates in a baker's dozen of different body types and sizes. Start your shopping in his showroom—and you'll find that even on delivery he has exactly what you want. BUICK clone hat all these feature* Silfc.«mooMi OYNAnOW DRIVE * . FlUUVIEW VISION from .Gorged 8 I OJ . ona . SWIHG-IASY DOORS end «»y o««i . "LIVING SMCt" INTERIORS with Deep-CVodfe ciuhions . Buoyant-riding QVADHUfifX COIL SPRINGING • lively F/RBAU SJRAIGHT.HGHT POWER with SElf-SETTfNG VMVt UFTZXS (DynoBow Modtl:) p/u, HI-POISED ENGINE MOlWTWeS • tow-pre«urt hr« on SAFETY-RIDE RIMS . Oo u bl.-Dufy VBfTIPORTS • DURBC BEARINGS, mom ond «M.n.d*i 8 ""fa • BOOr BY FISHER ^Standard on BOAMMS7E*, optoia/ al exlro cost or. SUPCK and SfECItJ. mxllu SEE and HEAR OM.SE1V and JUH»SOX*S FIKKBAI.L FW-FOH-.+Ll e«ry TT^d.,. „„ TW^i-hm When better automobiles are built fiUMCK mill buiM them Tun. InHENRV J. TAW.OR, ABC N.hrorl, .nry Monday • Youe Key TO (Gl GfEAIER VA1UE HUNT BUICK INC. © 194V, The Coca-Cola Company 80-82 SOUTH MAIN ST. NAUGATUCK, CONN.

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