Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on August 30, 1944 · Page 5
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 5

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, August 30, 1944
Page 5
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; . _^ ?" WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3Q. 1944 BEACON PALLS Town Forms Reemployment Committee For Servicemen f Ralph Upright ,,-Headg G^.'iJt'.—Social'' Meeting 1 Tonight Ralph I'pi'iKht was elected chair- nian "'' ""•' ''"'aeon Fulls rccin- pltiyjiK'nt ci'inniittuu for returniuj,' siM'vii-onu'ii at n meetin.u of '[he J;rini|> »e!d latently. Mit- rlu'll wns chosen for the office of secretary. T!u' committee will he ready to offer any assistance to returning- servicemen in connection with the ••c;t" Mil of rights recently pasxed hy Coiwess. 'i'ho group will also hi-lp [lit- ri-lui'nccl servicemen with any pri'hVms tha'. mi^ht confront thi'iu in the attempt to re-establish ilieni.xelve.s. The eonimilteo will meet, to. iim'ht at the town hull In n special si's.-mm startinf,' at S p. m. Those servirtK on the commit- tt'i-, in addition to the two officer.-, are: F'Jdward Boa, Frank Kronson, [U'v. Jerome Cookc, Austin Kurd. C'onleih Kiernan. Patsy Mcnnillo. Wilfred Swan, Rev. Harry Thomas, liclwju-d Jluntr. and frank Wood. Nazi Sympathizer n.IWi Ili-inoirriit.H Mi-et The Polish-American Democratic club will meet Saturday at S p; ni. at White EaKle hall" for the ch-ctU'ti of officers. Plans for the cumins; caucus ;ind the elections will alsu IK. dlseussed. All members are urirocl to attend. Anyunt! with Democratic interest is also invited to be prea- Krtiii'iiN I'riMn F.. I. I tarry \Vot-rol o:' Main street lias returned from si two week vacation, which he spent on Lout' inland. N. Y. Kafldri Ifdtird Ofii'ti Miintliiy '['hi' fcVacon Falls rnlloii bo;ird will lonutln open Monday. Labor Day, it was reported this "morning. Thi' ordinary schedule of hours wi;| he fulloweiL Mrs. Elsie Wood has returned to her posit ion in the Beacon Knll.s I'lnr.t of the U. .S. Ktibbel 1 Co, after hi'inK confined to lief home ivith illness last weels. i. _ This stony-faced woman >'a-/.i !\vni|>athiy.i'r and her German- baby are shown returning In their lintiio In ClmrtriM, Kruiiw. after her ln-acl hud been shaved by avcnjrl'ifC Fri'iic-hnicn during Die uelebratinn of the city's liberation, hy the Ameriiains. U. S. Coi'lis Hudiopliotu. (Jn- U-rimtiniciD" Forest Fires Are Raging In California Los Ant'cles, AUK. 50 —( LTD —Six major brush and forest llres are ivi^'iriK In Southern California today. More than a thousand flre-flKht- frs. including marines and sailora, ai-i' !>attlin,i.' the flames, which fot a timi' threatened to destroy homes, of movie stars In the -Mandevjlle «inyon. A auddon switch in the \vinrl turned the flames In another direction after they hatl started into the canyon. However, sonic CO to .Vi homos already have been burned, Red Cross canteens have been .""t up to take care of the home- 1-S.4. Ban On Sale Of Ammunition Has Been Lifted 150,000 In Job Training Hartford. AUK. .'in—Stain Mnn- IM.W.M- nin-ctoi' William J. Klt.-/.- ^'•ralfi of tbo \V r ai i Manpower C'un- anssifni today announced that tlicr- had been more Hum I.W.OOO ^'ni'nllrni'nts In ortr/inixocl t/'alnlnj; prn^rartis in which men and wo- iiirti wt'i-i: trained for war Jobs in Oif foiic yr ; ,f period bpjrlnnlnj,' •'lily I. l!i.|0, ;, n <l finding June 30th Hiis yar. The training was pro- virlivi |>y training a^'cnolos coopec- 'itinir with the War Manpower <>>mminsinn Biirnau of Training, it I 1 . Kit/.Lrcraid said that figures i-i'l":inci| by Washint'lon showed 'hat soriir. irj.rjOO.nOO por.sor.H en- ''"HiMl in these tralntnK programs on ii nation-wido hasii) dtirlnff the four-year period. ^CfT^ CREAM | | i AS IOV/ AS 114 a pint Alwoyi dclicioui. YOU mokoony flavor In 2 mlnutoi. Ploaio oik your grocor for Washington. D. C.. AUK. 30 ~ iUP> —The \Var Production hoard has j^ivf^n lumters the ^,'O-nliead for the fait season. The bun on the sale of ammunition is off, and soon they'll be out In tho woods af.-ain. blaxinj: away with rit'los and shoLfruns. I'ho WPE announces that ranch- t*rs and farmers rilso \vill share in the distribution r>T the available ammunition. Evory rancher, farm er, and hunter can buy up to IHO- roLinds of 22-calibo: 1 rirn-fire cai t ridges. .10 or .10 rounds of center fire rifle cartridges, and 100 shol j;un shells. It won'L he necessary to buy tin entire t|uola at once, it can bi ffiread out over several purchases But bLiyers svill have to si£?ti cer tificiiles stating- thai they are en titled to the ammunition undo \VP13 rules. Veterans Job Placement Gains Hartford, AUK. ?,0— Placement of t-iirrtin^' svar velerans in jobs in state industry continued to k'olii. Maajiower Director William J. t^'i.'i'ald of tin War Manpower Commission disclosed today in announcing- that G'J2 veterans were placed during July by offices of :he United Stales Employment Service, agencies of the War Mari- lo^eer Conmtission. Tlic July tolhl ufc'ht veteran placemcnlK to <f,- since the bcjrinninff of the vea I'. At the same lime I ho War Manpower Commission head disclosed that some.' o;-;3 physically handicapped persons were found employment in slate " industry clur- inj; tho month. This increased total placements of physically handicapped to 13,121 persons since January 1. •Education forProfit irsi's fur Sccn-liir.v, Avcoiint- !l » t. Typist, C'omptomi.'ler and MnchlncN. .Apply Kor Fan Term >'ou- THE PEP.RY SCHOOL • I""""" I'-ltiX. Witurbiiry 10-JAR CANNERS $5.98 CANVIXG JA11S and ACCESSORIES m^*~— A _, NAUGATUCK HARDWARE NKAKV KUILUING Tel. 5212 12 for Sl.OO -5 CENTER 3-3782 i! ftfffffi yotra KYKGLASSISS SHOP C. H. Tonilinson Neury IJiilldlnR Conn, STOK'K CI.OS'ICD ATJ, DAV EACH MONDAY IJUBIXO ,1VJ^Y AX» AUGUST NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS . Pag« Five ^V-bS.,^^ to*w?ft&& \ Come On—Fellow! Be one of the gang... you'll be smart to get your school clothes at Rubin's. We've been outfitting regular fellows for over 42 years. ALL WOOL "ETON' SUITS Sizes 4 to 10. Your Choice ofa Fine Selection $9-95 to $12-95 Be sure to see our snazzy , SWEATERS This fellow is wearing a RUBIN'S LONGIE SUIT We Have Sizes from 6 to 20. & Fall and Winter Favorites "WEATHER-ALL" JACKETS Button and Zippers. Sizes 4 to 20 to $.95 5 RUBIN'S JUNIOR SPORT COATS and SLACKS $2- 95 *» $ 5' 95 RUBIN'S ^ REVERSIBLE Finger-tip COATS JR .WOOL SHORTS Sl/.u's 4 (;o 8, $1.95 and $2.95 JR. LONGEES 4 to 12. $2.95 to $4.95 RUBIN Sizes to 3 BOYS' SHOES $ 3.45 I f Sizes 1 to 6 S 4.25 162 CHURCH STREET TELE. 3696

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