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September 29, 1944

Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 5

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T FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20. 1044 NAUOATUCK -DAILY- NEWS Dramatic Fall Hats . . to Wear With - - - • That New Coat $2-98 ,\ll M.vh flt'il OTHERS $1.49 to $5.98 I In- ."M-imoir* l -s unil color*. • m> to -••• M' .vi'iiri from the xt iiml wwt iti'loc-Hoii In town, -,*:'* ^,-,49 CENTER ST. Open TliurM. to 0;(XI II'. M. Adams Nominated For Senator From The 25th District Bridgeport, Sept. 20—(UP)—"Information' Please" expert and New York columnist Franklin P. Adams has been nominated by the Democrats us state senatorial candidate from the 20th district. -' • Adams saya ho will pattern h|s campaign "after the man who preceded me In cilice, Cnlvln CoolldKC. I will campaign," he predicts, "by. kccplnp my trap shut." . He told the nominating convon- Lion that "my nomination, which has been predicted in the press- for the past three woeka, is a giant surprise to me. Beacon Falls CorrcHpomleiit's Phone 4324 JIEKTING TODAY Hartford, Sept. 20—(UP)—A special committee of Norwich State -.•jispitnl trustee!) IB meeting: nt the :ite cnpltol to dclermlno whether hero is nny laxity in the atimln stmtion of the hospital. Their in Destination la one of several start d. after two patients in the crlm nal insane ward escaped. One of hem Htill is at large. Michigan has 43 communities ol 10,000 or more population. Everyone Welcome To Attend the THREE STAR PROGRAM Sunday, Oct. 1st-2.30 P. M. In Front of Plant on Maple Street Complete Program CONCERT — STARTING AT 2:15 P. M. BRADLEY FIELD ARMY AIR FORCE BAND Opening- by Master of Ceremonies ' ROBERT E. LOWELL "~ \ ~~ Industrial Relations Manager, U. S. Rubber Company Prayer Rev. Edward R. Hance, Congregational Church Entire Audience America Adress of Welcome Address Address Warden Leo J. Brophy George T. Froehlich, President, Local No. 45, U. R. W. A. C. I. 0. Harry L. Carter, factory manager, U. S. Rubber Company UNVEILING OF HONOR ROLL , HARRY L. CARTER and GEORGE T. FROEHLICH Dedication Rev. John Wanat, St. Hedwig's Church Gold Star Names A moment of meditation Medley of Service Songs Band AWARD OF STAR FOR ARMY-NAVY E FLAG ROBERT E, LOWELL Display of Star Award Harold Barrett, production Banner Introduction National War Fund Address Songs Star Spangled Banner- Close ' superintendent, U. S. Rubber. George T. Froehlich John J. Wrinn, Genevieve Pajeski, Steve Knapik Donald A. Clarke, assistant director, Connecticut War Fund - T-Sgt. Herman Sachnoff Polyna Stoska Entire Audience Robert E. Lowell United States Rubber Co Naiigatuck Footwear Plant Candidates Listed For Election Next Monday The election of town officials will be held Monday, October 2; with polls at the town hall open 'from lia. m. to 6 p. jn. Republican candidates 'are:!.''Assessor, William D. Gallagher; board of tax review for three years," Sherman D. Stacker; selectmen, Ralph E, Upright, Christian Helss; grand jurors, Wilfred Swan, John Sulima, John A. Ferguson, Sr.; constables, John J. Quinn, Vcrnon E. Stockcr, L.OOM Campbell, Tcolll Mis; rcgis- trar of voters, Hulh M. Carroll; board of education, Clayton Tucker; and board of finance, John B. Mill, Democratic candidates arc: As- ; sicsaor, 'Arthur I-Iackctt; board of Lax review for three years, Robert. Spencer; selectmen, Conlclh E. Kiernan, Edward Ecu; grand jurors, Joseph Chlebowski, I^eo Holloway, and Anthony Bai'Chln.ski, Jr.; constables, Walter Muro/T John Transit! and Joseph Mennillo; i-ogislrar ot voters, Helen C. Don- Ian; board of education, George Lofferly; and board of finance, Harry Classcy. Silllor On "Qiiincy" •Following is a dispatch received I'rom the commandant or the Third Naval District in New York; "After playing an important role in Ihc naval operations on the Normandy and Southern French coasts during the invasions of June and August, th<-' heavy cruiser Quincy has returned to its home port, Boston, and hundreds of its ship's company arc now on leave. "The Quir.cy's eight-inch guns and other armament, poured hundreds of tons of high explosives on Nazi-hold positions on both ID- Days, June G and August 10, and in other actions including the memorable naval assault against Cherbourg. "Dui'inft the entire period, however, she received no ' battle damage and returned .without suffering any casualties. ' . "Among those now enjoying liber-; Ly is Seaman 1-c Michael N. Mennillo of North circle, Beacon Falls, who served aboard the Quincy." Thu News carried a story-on Sailor Mennillo several days ago. Campaign To Wipe Out Gambling In Hartford Under Way Hartford, Sept. 29—(UP)—Deputy Police Chief Michael J, God- ,i!rcy has been' named h.eud of a c:nnpu.iijn to'.wipc out gambling in Hai-U'ord. • . . • He will act "as coordinator of the drive to close 'horse betting establishment*, gaming places, and to '.cruck down on bingo, slot machines and a the,!* games or chance. The campaign was started by Mayor William H. Mortcnsen after he heard complaints that gaming laws were being- flagrantly viola'.ed in the city. Items From The Political Front (By United On the political front, the president of- the C-I-O United Auto Workers, R. J. Thomas, says his union members cor.trol enough votes to give President Rooscvcl a winning majority in three states he lost in 19-10—Indiana, Michigan and Ohio. And Vice-President Wallace has urged a. Pennsylvania audience Lux.erne county to re-elect President Roosevelt to—in his words "hold open the door to an age "of abundance and fall employment." The G-O-P presidential candidate, Governor Dewey, is mapping olans for a second round in his battle to oust the New Deal from Washington, And his campaign manage]', 7-Icrbcrt Bl'owncll, Jr., is enthusiastic about Dewey's recent -2-state swing through the West and Pacific coast. He claims Dcw- cy's speeches have swung hundreds of thousands of votes into the Republican camp. Rock Rimmon grange held a booster night Tuesday evening at the Grange hall. The affair was attended by the members and their friends. A program consisting of readings, music and games was presented. Readings were by Mrs, Wallace Travcr, Hazel B. Wilcox, Dorothy R. Simpson, Mildred T. Wilcox, 5-nd Hazel Passccki Mrs. Theodore B:-(inn played several violin selections, accompanied by her daughter Mary Louise at the piano. Refreshments followed the program. Mrs, Ralph Tucker, master of Rock Rimon grange, announced that a special meeting will take place Tuesday night October 3, Consideration or applications of New members u-ilJ be the purpose . of the meeting. All members arc urged to attend. Mildred T. Wilcox is lecturer of the group. A turkey supper was enjoyed last night at St. Michael's church basement by those who helped to make the annual cm-nival a success la^t summer. Dancing followed the dinner. About CS people attended. GALVANIZED ASH CANS 3.6O 6.OO NAUGATUCK HARDWARE NEAftY BUILDING Tel. 5212 OPEN EVERY THURSDAY EVENING TILL 9 ...at the METROPOLITAN CONCENTRATE „ v>"ay. Kqnip your den or study room Avilh one of those diai/mijig- ?nap!e defies. They're conducive to concentration 'bociui.sc they're comfortable to sit al;. Plenty of .side drawers for 'all your papers- and paraphernalia. This style in only one of t:)io many in onr fcsirji.i'rf' coJlccti.o.11. Conic and. see thorn all today. . You'll lit; surprised ;':!; (.'heir exoeediiiyly \o\v prices ^QQ50 As ln\\- as t/t/ U p METRO POL I TAN C • P A M V INC. 27 CENTER STREET Wotcrbury'x Oldest Furniture Store "WoUrbury't Friendly D«porfrm«nt S»or«" Be "Suited" with a Dress of Botany Wool Flannel Beautifully simple . . . smooth as cream ... A soft two piecer all wool botany flannel dress that doubles as a suit. Bodice features the new easy shoulders, cord seam detailing, long sleeves, and self covered buttons. Matching skirt has three front box pleats. In new Autumn shades of paprika, green . ind blue. Sizes 14 to 20. SECOND FLOOR Pretty-Please Prints by »5 .98 There's room in every well- dressed woman's wardrobe for one of these Nan Carson Pretty-Please Rayon Prints. They're so gay, so cheerful that they'll keep you happy during the vigorous Fall days that lie ahead. Washable Eayon Coat-Dress. Five sets of buttons march from neck to hem. Buttons on shoulders, pleated skirt and <% length sleeves. Sizes IS 1 /-} to 24^, in green, blue and luggage. THE BUDGET DRESS SHOP SECOND FLOOR To wear on the night shift Flannelette Pajamas and Sleepy time togs that will make .•old nights seem unimportant. These kitten soft snuggle downs are warm, cosy, and practical. A man tailored style w i t h long sleeves, hanky pocket, with or without a collar. Choose horn, stripe or prints. 'Sizes 12 to 18. Flannelette Gowns Full cut gown with vee neckline, long sleeves and buttons up the front. Neat floral prints on white backgrounds. In regular and extra sizes, SECOND FLOOR

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