Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on September 21, 1944 · Page 8
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 8

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, September 21, 1944
Page 8
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Page Eight U. S. Rubber Co. Badminton Play To Start October 2nd . ^U. S. Rubber Co. Badminton leagues will Rot under way Oct. -. Badminton htm been n. populnt uport with U. S. Kubher men foi irmny years, providing lively in- clnor competition from the ending" •of polf l-jurnaments to the open- Ing of the links In the spring, .With most ot yenr's players on deck, the Heimon promises ; pair of leagues packed with strong compctltion. to* You Fat without Worry? ':. ' If fowl you nrc fond of seem* to canw * KM liyllMcmlon nnd iiwct momacli, IV( quick, happy relief tiv tnfcfriK <Mklou. touting Stuart TubliU. Th*y contain Ingredients often used by uoctof* 10 relieve «ymp- '• lorn* w KiwxInrM nncf ncfd i • lotion. You'll fevl belter nnd (top brittr. No mUlnii— • ' no bmU<—<n(>y to take. t«et (rcnii/n* ref/nblc. lime(ruled fluirl TtbUU nt . yotir tiriiKMUl todny. Only «*. of 11.20 umlor mnkrr • Entries In the "A" League In elude last Benson's chumps, Welch and \V. Plivlt. H. Anderaoi K ^onlno, C. Toolhakor, H, Ciest Icwakl, H. Freeman, S, Glover, It Gcisc, S. Mather,, R. Dolron, an R. Hanson will be shooting for Ih honors this season. Last season's "B" Lcaguc.chumps F. Walker and H. Mocckcl won holly ' contested decision over D Stwott. and D. Mlnlcuccl. Entric this season include F. Walker, R Swctt, L. Nolan, F. Hall, E. Hani Ii. Whipkey, and some newcomers G. Tolclicrt. E. Lynn, G, Schwonk E. Drnb, J. Mace, A. Wurm, J Brenan, and E, Owens who is i past champ of the Open Tournu ment. •Kuports have It thnt some play oi-s of the "A" League have Jumped the pun nnd arc already pctlln; the eye adjusted to the flight 01 ttic- fickle bird. A schedule o Katiies In the first letf will be cir dilated to all entries this week says leapuc nianafjer E. Whipkey FATAL KI.KCTHIC SHOCK Greenwich, Sept. 21—(U P)—The death toll In last week's hurricane now stands nt eight. William Lancing Jennings, the latest victim, was electrocuted at Greenwich when he grasped a live wire dangling from a Irec. m >.fyi f*-}.* i **?,* i 0 J<*;,. i m ' » fcl! v'.b m m - S.fe S,?;'; State Police Capture Escaped Inmate Of Hospital Colchester, Conn., Sept. 21—(UP) —An escaped inmate oC Howard State hospital In Rhode Island has been captured by Connecticut state police during their search for a paticnl who broke out of the Norwich State hospital Sunday. The Rhode Island fugitive i.s Harry Brent, who also escaped Sunday. Meanwhile, nearly 50 slate policemen continued their search for Edward Dgcidcix of Unionviile. who fled the Norwich hospital with Carl Wilson, another patient. Wilson is buck in custody. Mulligan Drops Two Positions BRITISH LOUNGE MODEL President Frank A. Lcury of the Diamond Ginger Ale, .Inc., of Wa- tcrbury, has been elected treasurer of the company, and Harry A. Hannigan, office manager, h a s >ecn elected secretary, succeeding John J. Mulligan, 71 Engluwjocl tvunue, Watcrbury, who has resigned as secretary-treasurer and t director of the company. Ho remains as an employe but declined o discuss the reasons for resign- ng his former position. Mr. Lcary was chosen president f the organization curly this yc;ir oil-owing the resignation of Jo- nph E. Dougherty. f> Kenyan Si., Watcrbxiry, the laltei 1 . a former Nauxatuc-k resident. . j The concern owns one of the ! largest beverage bottling works in Connecticut. NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS Survivors On Wings After Rescue THURSDAY, SEPTlMBMt 2t A mimlHM- of the 19 I'xhiUistcd m:rvlvors of (lie Coast. Gmird culler •MacksiiH", which sank off Cape Jlatteras nl tin; recent hurricane, uro shown sprawled on the wings of a. rij.sciii; pliinu after spending 5» hours nn llferafts. U'liiin tin- pli'ito wus iiiiKlv, they were uiviiitlng transfor to u ship soim^viii-'re at swi. L 1 . S. Coast Guard photo. (International) <?<*'. ',' The U.S. forest service has planl- o<l 23 million trees in 'Nebraska shelterbelts since 1035. and it is estimated ithat about 70 pei 1 cent of them have survived. Plowed-Under Wallet Turns Up Next Year JSlylhcvillo, Ark. (UP)— Ch.irlcs Brooks was farminf,- near here last yi:ii:' when ho lost his wallet con- laininK' $100, Upon di.scoverin^ his , loss. Brooks searched the field, but ' \\'iLh no success. The cotton "which I ho was planting yruw, matvircd anu 1 u'as picked. This year he u^'ain went to the Held to plow—and on a turnrow round his wallet. Most of the money was in Rood condition, but. the more damaged bills were taken to a local bank to be sent to the U. S. Treasury in Washington, where they were exchanged for new bills. NO MORE WHITE HELMETS Boston, Sept. 21—(UP)—Ts'o more bright while helmets for Boston policemen. Commissioner Thomas F. Sullivan •ordered the helmets, used for air raid drills and riot duly, painted a light robin's c^g blue. He bused his decision on observations m.'irle .-U the Philadelphia transit strike by Boston officials. Vice-President Henry Wallace Speaks Tonight (By United I'reim) Vice PreBldent Wallace delivers hit) first addrcHH advocating the reelection of President Roosevelt for u. fourth term tonife'ht at New York's MiuTison Square Gurdcn. Wallacc'a speech will be broadcast nationally (over the Blue Network)' at 10:15 p. m. 1CWT. Singe and screen actor Frederic March will preside at the m*ling. Other apcnkers will include Orson Welles, Sinclair Lewis,, conductor Sertre Koussevitxky and «culptor Jo Davidson. East Side Old Timers Event Sunday An attendance of 250 is expected at the annual outing and outdoor bake Of the East Side Old Timers club scheduled for next Sunday it Linden park. AM entertainment program has Jecn arranged and horseshoe-pitch- ng and curd games arc planned, j The affair will start at 31 a. ni. <- intl refreshments will be served. The committee in chnrge in- :Iudcs George Sengst/icken, . Edvard Jackson and Frank Sabia. Warden Leo J. Brophy will be a ;ucst speaker. DON'T GET INTO THE HABIT Ws NEGLECTING YOUR APPEARANCE? OR YOUR CLOTHES. You can get by — or you can go right along — in the fast tempo of this airplane age — first impressions and appearance count —the picture of a well groomed applicant for a better position is retained after the fellow who looked like the last rose of summer is forgotten. Our label is a small thing to look f or _ a big thing to find in your clothes. MONEY RECOVERED H.iverhill, Mass., Sept. 21—(UP) —Police have recovered virtually of the $3.025 rcjXJitcd stolen rom .1 woman while she prayed, uthoritica said that, two children, no four years old ;i/xl -the other inc. .-Admitted Inking the inonuy •om n synuROKUC pew occupied by drs. Samuel Milden. The younger;; said that they scattered the oncy around their fjrnndmoth- •'s home. FREEDMAN'S' In Our Children's Dept. NOW IS THE TIME TO SELECT YOUR ATHLETIC APPEARANCE ...without athletics/ If take) no long hourt at tho gym, no forluous stoam baths, to give you an athletic appearance. Wo con do il for you, in about fivo minutes, with a British Loungo Model. Th'u famous model will make you appear fuller-chested, broader-shouldered, slimmer- hipped, and taller — simply through design. And it does all this in a perfectly natural and gentlemanly manner. Which is why so many business men prefer if to any other suit. CLIPPER CRAFT SUITS $30.00 — $35.00 KNIT-TEX TOPCOATS •.$37.50" ' Gabardine, Cavalry Twill and Covert Cloth Topcoats $25.75 to $45.00 ALLIGATOR GABARDINE TOPCOATS .$25.75 M. Freedman Co. Neary Building- Naugatuck, Conn. CHILD S SNOW SUIT COAT OR LEGGIN SET SNOW SUITS Sixus 1 to o Si/.cs 4 to 16 $4.9S to $12.98 $5.98 to $19.98 "\Vonls ;incl Zulnn — All Colors — SOFT-TKX • FINK KNIT POLISHING CLOTH For Friday, Saturday Sunday ,TOi: liOCK and IU» KOCK and RVE BOYS In rolka.-, and Modern Duct Music Sunday Dancing 3 to 9 P. I Simonizing Cars Polishing & Waxing Dusting Furniture White Eagh Restaurant TEMPLETON'S BRIDGE STREET Member of Connectiout. Restaurant Association A SMALL DEPOSIT WILL HOLD YOUR SELECTION COAT and LEGGIN SETS yi/.t'.s - to fe $8.98 to $19.98 DOUBLE DUTY SETS COAT Miul SKI PANTS' Six.cs 7 to 12 $12.98 to $19.98 'COATS Si/a'* 7 u> 16 BUYING A NEW HOME? Your Savings Bank Can Help You NAUGATUCK SAVINGS BANK All Deposits Guaranteed •$10.98 to $24.98 BOYS' SNOW SUITS and COAT and LEGGIN SETS Sixes 1 to S $5.98 to $19.98 BOYS' REVERSIBLE COATS Navy Pea Coats and Sheep Lined .'Sixes t> to .1.2 $8.98 to $16.98 Visit Our Special Displays FR.EHDMAN'S — FO'K .HF-JTTEK. SKUOCTIONS .-•.''.... AND BETTER VALUES' M. FREEDMAN CO. NEARY BUILDING NAUGATUCK, CONN. QUALITY RUBBER FOOTWEAR Made In Naugatuck Is Serving: AH Over The World UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. Naugatuck Naugatuck Footwear Plant Conn. Help! Help! Sovcril men ar- in-odt-d to work 3o hours :, week handling c«;U nnd wood. D,i C to roMricUons of the War Manpower Commission we cannot hire m or«j full time holp than w* now have. The iloiiuuul for coal from now until next !-|iriiifr cannot. ' he siittafiiNl unless we do have more workers. Tli.-rofor.- p : ,il; time help is the only way «« accomplish the job that Jaecs us. Please see Victor Anderson, Foreman in our ccal yard. The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 87 Church St. phone 5236 I ^

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