Daily News from New York, New York on October 15, 1943 · 417
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Daily News from New York, New York · 417

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Friday, October 15, 1943
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i I : Made Own Richard W. Joyce, 21. of 1648 59th St, Brooklyn, built his own diving helmets before the war (note one above). His hobby led to job as salvage worker on the Normandie and later to an assignment in the Naval Reserve, where he is now a-shipfitter, first class. Here, he receives the Navy Cross "somewhere in Africa" for helping clear an underwater obstruction in the Sebou River during occupation of French Morocco. Cops, Firemen, FCA Elescue Battling Bog The cops, the firemen and the SPCA had one whale of a battle with Old Dog Tray yesterday before they could get him out of a blazing bungalow at 331 Cross Bay Boulevard, TTrniT-flt T?nnrl Ouppnq It seems that an oil stove in the house exploded, felling Charles Richard, 67, who lived there alone. The house was ablaze in seconds. Up came Patrolman Daniel Collins cn the double. He rushed into the house and found the dog, a cross-grained mongrel, standing over the body of his master, growling softly. Impatiently, Collins pushed the dog aside and rescued Richard. Then he went back for the animaL No soap the dog wouldn't budge. The firemen pulled up. They got the blaze out, but not the dog. Finally, they had to call the SPCA I a 1 Helmets; Navy and it took 15 minutes of netting and lassoing to rescue the dog. Richard was taken to Rockaway Beach Hospital in critical condition. The cop was treated for a burned left hand and the dog went to the SPCA shelter. Berry Ordered to Sea Washington, D. C, Oct. 14 U.PJ. Capt. Robert W. Berry today was detached as Navy deputy director of Navy public relations to take over a sea command. He will be succeeded by Comdr. W. Gordon Beecher, Jr. "OVERALL" roomy, all-topping all-wool OVERCOAT See if you can keep from swaggering when you sport those T-square shoulders! Cut for over-suit ease, the way a man's coat is, with deep, wide armholes, generous sleeves. Warmly wool interlined, and lined in lustrous rayon satin. Green, blue, red, purple, brown, or black monotones. Sizes 10 to 20. 29.95 BUDGET COATS THIRD FLOOR Diver Now 3 Soldiers Tumble Into Loop Pitfall Chicago, Oct. 14 (.-P). There are no foxholes in Chicago's Loop, but a sergeant and two privates disappeared suddenly while walking along South Dearborn St. The soldiers, en route to entrain for Camp Stewart, Ga., suffered minor injuries when a 10-foot section of sidewalk caved in, dropping them eight feet into an excavation. Kelly on State Board Albany, Oct. 14 (JP). Appointment of J. Earl Kelly of Monsey, Rockland County, as chairman of the State Civil Service Commission's classification board, was announced today. Kelly, a native of Waterviiet succeeds Charles L. Campbell, who was named administrative director of the commission Sept. 30. : .uLaa!:. Rt.i .l.-.:iat, :;:g our new 4 Draft Dodgers Each Get 3 Years Four more draft violators were handed three-year terms yesterday by Federal Judge Robert A. Inch in Brooklyn. Carlton B. Mead, 29, of the Mills Hotel, Manhattan, and Robert G. Anderson, 38, of 1424 Hope St., Brooklyn, failed to report address changes, they admitted. Sol A. Binin, 31, of 55 Osborn St., Brooklyn, pleaded guilty to making a false statement on his draft questionnaire. Sidney B. Rosenstern, 25, of 114 W. 81st St., Manhattan, conceded he skipped a physical. Trial of 2 Cops Off THI Monday The scheduled trial of two sus pended patrolmen, Anthony J. Pi- You've worn and liked Muskrat for its long service and warmth. Now you will love it for its new regal beauty. Prime Northern skins, hardiest of all, blended in new dark tones till they glistened like sables. Coats more dramatic in styling than you've seen in many a season. $229 to $399 Use One of Martin's Convenient Payment Plans FURS MARTIN'S THIRD FLOOR -MARTIN'S. FULTON AT Anyway, She Saves Rent Los Angeles, Oct. 14 (JP). Mrs. Marie Striker, who works at a war plant, says she can't find a place to live. So she goes to the home of friends occasionally to freshen up a bit, and they're keeping her 8-year-old daughter, Amelia. They don't have room for Mrs. Striker, though, so she goes to the movies every day to sleep. Iewski, 39, and Charlse Wordowski, 42, on charges of grand larceny and burglary yesterday, was ordered adjourned until Monday by Judge Franklin Taylor in County Court, Brooklyn. Judge Taylor ordered the $1,500 bail on each of the defendants revoked and remanded them to Raymond St. jail. The men, attached to the Herbert St. station, have been under suspension since they were arrested, charged with stealing two checks totaling $44.89 from a grocery at 190 Driggs Ave. BRIDGE STREET, B'KLYN (I Ito in - n H p 2

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