I'AOK tt-XAUOATUQK NKWS (CONN.). THURSDAY, JUI.Y 25, 1M6 Calendar Ilv THOMAS jTm- 'Attention Vctfrnn.s Tonlffhl, ul b I>. m. in ttie Towr. Hull Uiu iiiiinnlritr bourd of tn» iin>-our,-h will mwc-t to dlfcutiH 01 rutliiir to take action on tho pro- nomid ineiiuidiil- (UlUltoHum, UK bjicfcml by lh« v^tci-uns 1 fTi'oiip* of Xiui^ututk. We do nut think that the n»cd of thl'i hall o:iti »;« .sli'wwi'd to liny further cUrit-u than It iilrciicly has, but we do think that » f-.-w furlors that may I »• I'l-ciuKhl H!' lo rorustull such un'nlTort ,-ih'juld he mcnttoninl, nrid, 11 ilotiM" on thin, uridui lined, Tti>' pi-lmury vuiml objfir.tlon.s to I lie (.-ruction of :iuc-h i\ bulkllntf »t the pri;Mi-ri l . thno Is th' 1 pox.ilhlllty of lliu ISoroiiKh clitulnliin' nn armory in tin- town, for Its National Oun.rd unit. If e.\\uh a thlnj,' should conn- t.u jm«s, tiuit would be vui y wi.'ll but tho qut-ntlon remain*, will It? Thu atlpulutlcimi concerning tho obtaining; <»' »" armory for tills lo- <-ul!ty state: Onu: that thu town, If thu armory bo u.|iprciv«d, uupply tho »lt«, This, MI- bollfivo, n\ay be «unlly iicooniplliihed. The second «tlptilii- tlon I si that the' local jjuurd unit bo SALEM PLAYHOUSE 'Today PAUIKTTJi GODDARD MEREDITH IIURD I1ATF1EU) FRANCIS LEDERER ANo March of Time "Tomorrow's Mexico" Friday - Saturday liU'Kfl enough to warrant n .build ln« to hnujic thum. Mmiy of you vntcmn.i have, naturally enough, ,«hown a icliictrmcc to Join the jflinrd unlt«. and personally Wfi do not" lame you. Therefore the possibilities of an armory, at least on tho present stipulation does not ap- peur 113 If It could ever he n reality. Another ursumciU that has boon (jrwHontoel by loonl residents Is that the lohoot survey ruport may con- fain n request that a now school hiilltllnB bo erected and they believe, that the construction ol' such a unit, If sucKCMted, should be coLiploil with the proposed auditorium. The report. according to a mount announcement, by education heads In Hurtford .states that It will not bo released until late September. The fever aroused now, for such ii project ILS the auditorium, may have cooled down onoufrh by September to have the Item eased i IT. Thcruforo It is the veterans job tn irn- this project which he has started bnc-1'.iru: puslKHl through, and pushed thioiiRh now. ft rnuct be remembered that the powur of th* veteran diminishes u:< the date of the wars undlnj; InpC'e.f Into lhc buckKround und the promise made while there wan a drinker of losinK opu's country nrc (illicitly /crjfottcn. The planning board meets tonight to dlso.uss your project! Mitltfi .sure .ynmetnlnx Is done. Kve.n In Ii).'t2 Sort of as an add to thu above column, an Item that appeared In thi- Naiii-'ntuck Dally New.s In February, 1932, should be brought to vnur attention- At that time, NauKatuck had a championship basketball • team, loaded with such stars us Ballnsky, I'uekuy IHK! fjonuin. They wished :u at that time to pluy a (,'ame for .'li«i relief of th(> local residents w)io wore unemployed durlnff the :Hen cltipre»nlon. Kenlizlng 'the ,'i'owd that would want to intend, ;|ii! locals were forced to take Loir Knine mid play It In the New : tuven arena, which they filled to capacity, so [;nuu was thu ui'Stc to see them. That was H years n^o, In 1932. Fatal bui'ns among children one lo four yt-iirs old are caused In fcbout eiiual numbdrs by hot liquids ami OJIP/I fiddle.-), or by hut or ex- ploiilvu objects. St. Francis-SS Peter Paul Play Scoreless Ball Game "^ - 1 -- ; ' •' ' '-'-' ---•. Baseball Standings Usakiewicz Hurls Excellent Two-Hit Ball; Neither Wins Or Loses Chet Usaklewic/. pitched two-hit ball last evening for the St. Francis CYO against the SS Peter and Paul from Waterbury and neither won nor los-t. The two teams played to a seven inning score- lens tic, with tho opposition causing the only real threat. Jerry Beochla opened up the sixth Inning with a triple, but hc-ads-up fielding on -Iho part of thu locals cut Becchla off at the plate as ho started In home on the next play. The locals garnered six hits off • if Herblc Carlone, the opposing moundsman, but did not , bunch ; •them ut any point to get any of those desired things entitled runs. Frunkle San Angclo, St. Fran- clu catcher, played bin usual excellent brand of ball. Score below: S-1 Francis 0000000—003 SS. Peter & Paul 0000000—0 2 0 Battries: Usoklcwicz, San An- j;elo; Carlone, Skelly. "NORTHWEST TRAIL" Bingo TONIGHT X O'CLOCK ST. MARY'S HALL linun CHy AiiMiih-i'M uf Altur mill Hnly Mi HIP Hui-lrlli'» UI (1A.MI'> rilbllr Invltl-d Millville Cubs Defeat Yanks, 52-13 By' KBNNY CLYMEn Don't let the above headline mislead you, for although u score such us the above one is a trifle, (svcl!. shull we use the word mislead twice In the name paragraph, v/o shall!!) misleading light In -the middle -if baueball season, actually It w.'isn't bfl«i»bnll- Peter J, Foley, in connection with his current campaign to- in- u-oduce varied sports to the youth of the community, Is now having his junior teams play basketball, and in the first game yesterday, played outdoors, at the Rcc Field, the Millville Cubs defeated the YnnkM. 02-13. The game started off slow, with only six pjint.s being garnered during the 1'irst period, the Cubs taking, u 5-1 lead. During the second period, the Cubs valiants got their shooting oyes into basket focus, and hooped M points, to six for the Yonks. Their advantage at -three-rjunr'.er time (sounds like a Guy Lombard a fox-trot) was 31-10 anil the final score listed above, Mariano and Spadola excelled for . the victors while Alegi was brilliant I'or the vanquished quintet. I The Vaults will meet St. Francis Friday morning in a postponed game. Time keeper: P. J. Folcy, Scorer: Ken Clymer. Referees: V. Healy 'and J. Curtin. Outdoor Wrestling Stadium Tomorrow .''Several''of the outstanding mat- men In the country .will appear nt. Watcrbury'8 Municipal' Stadium Friday night when Eddie Walker and Brownie Karaban, co-promoters, present the first of a series oC exhibitions. Stii Hart, ex-All American football star who is billed as the Texas Cowboy of the mut .sport, takes tho spotlight Friday 'In opposing Ivan Kiimeroli', Russian veteran, in what should pioduco a lot of action for Naugatuck Valley sport fans. "Komerofl is well known to local fans," said Walkor. today In discussing the coming wrestling match. "Ho displayed his wares at the Waterbury Armory last Spring in two feature matches, and Went over in big style. Ivan is a fine grappler arid should extend Stu Hart Friday night at Waterbury." Three other contests' arc scheduled for the initial program at the big Watertdwn Avenue field. Jean LaSalle, of France, and Joe J^urnla, Italian favorite, collide In a 30- minutc encounter while Huhu. Freeman, "Bronx bad man of tho ring, lar.gles with Phil Mfddleknk, Alabama scnsution, in another match Friday night. "We have more than 2',000 soats at thu Stadium nt 85 cents for the y.hnw Friday night," stated Karaban today. There- uro several thou- snnd reserved seats at $1.2!i and $1.75. Tickets may be secured in advance at Mulligan's Restaurant, Phoenix Ave., Waterbiiry. Vestardny's jiosul'ta Washington !• Detroit 0, Cleveland 1, Philadelphia 0. Boston 4. Chicngro 1. New York C, St. Louis 3. . ' Thp 'Stundlne W. Enston ' ' .'.....-. GG New York".'.' .......... B4 '..... .......... O Washington Cleveland St. Louis •ChleaRO .Philadelphia 43 39 3B 2C Fct .717 .593 -DBS .511 .478 .433 C2 .290 Today's OainAn Pitchers - Boston at Chlcnuo— Dobson CIO- 3) vs. Smith (5-7). Philadelphia at Cleveland — Knurr (2-11) vs. Harder (2-2). Washington at IDeU-olt— Hudson <**-7) 'vs. Hutchlnflon (C-C). (Only games scheduled.) NATIONAf, I.KAGUK CHAPPIE'S TYDOL GASOLINE SERVICE STATION ;i-; XT, TKI,, .»«» IIM.A.N MOTIIK llll.M •f+**+-r**+^+*-*+*jr**+^^*. PLAY P O O L On First Class Tables R & M ALLEYS i.K STKKKT FOR A CAB TEL. 5285 .1>,\V or NIGHT Independent Cab Co. JOl! Smith MliLli St, C'ur.s Culled F»r mill Drllvcrin! Our Complete Services Glvii You Carefree Vacation Driving! I POUST'S SERVICE STATION 144 Rubber Ave. Tel. 4935 I Tho franltjng pi-ivllujfo, rlfjlit of sonclinK uuiil fi'uu oC chui'yc, \v;is rirat Ki'antecl in tho United Status I to soidieis snrvinx in the Revolu- tionury war. Lab Defeats Waterproofers Tri a thrilling extra-Inning softball contest played last night at the Tlecrenilon Field, the Laboratory defeated the Waterprr-tf Stores. •!-!!, in an Intel-department league game. Both teams garnered throe runs aplocc early in thu fracas, bu-t it wns not until the eighth inning thnt the Lab finally put the affair on ice. The winning run was scored by George Dullard who came galloping home on Sat-n's hit. Score below: Laboratory 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 I.—4 Wtpf. Packing ... 30000000—3 Butteries: (winning team first), Pistarelli, Bull;. Chiemlelewskl, Earzinio.. Umpire; Noldc. Pet, .CM .002 .547 .-194 .-172 .-137 ,43-1 .395 Yesterday's Ke«ultn Philadelphia 2, Pittsburgh 0. ! Brooklyn 2, Chicago 1. i New York 3, St. Louis 1'. Cincinnati 2, Boston 1. The Standing W. L. Brooklyn ..'. 54 34 St Louis 53 3C Chicago 47 39 Cincinnati 42 43 Boston 42 47 New York 38-19 Philadelphia 36 47 Pittsburgh 34. C2 Today's Gunies. I'ltcherM St, Louis at New York (2)— Brazle (2-7) and Brecheen' (7-9) vs. Voiu- ellr; (7-8) and ' Schumacher (2-3). Chicago at Brooklyn—Sehmi-lz (7- C> - vs. Lombard! (10-4). 1 Cincinnati at Boston (night) — •Vandor Muor (7-5) vs. Spahn (2-1). Pil.l.s-burgh ut Philadelphia (2)— i Sewe:i (C-C) and Lanning (2-1) vs.] Judd (5-8) and Donnelly (1-2). ANOTHER POSTPONKMENT Hew York, July 25—(U P;— The Jewish New Year—which falls on September 2Cth—hua .caused another postponement of the middleweight title bout between Champion Tony Zale and Rocky Grastiano. Promoter Mike Jacobs has set Sept..27th as the new data for the light which llrst was slated for tomorrow night at Yankee Stadium, und then Sept. 2l3th. The llrst postponement was made yesterday when Zulu w.is found tc be suffering from .1 muscular in- I flammation. Boxing Commission Chairman Eddie Eagan snys that Zali? will undergo tivu.tments nt his home town of Gai-y. Indiana and report on his condition later on, > Boston-.' Jilly -25—(UP)—Superior Court may decide today or Friday whether Angclo Bertelll of Springfield will play professional football with the Boston Ynnka or the Los Angeles Dons. . -. . Because of "a crowded -Superior Court rivil docket, his case—scheduled to be -heard .yesterday—was postponed until other business with priorities is settled. The hearing is expected to de-. termlne whether the former Notre Dome stop must respect n contract he allegedly signed with, the Dons on February 2lst of this year. Clone he signed lust May 22nd with the Yanks. A temporary restraining order already has been issued barring the former All-American i)unrterbuck from playing with tho Yanks until the vnlu'ity of Ihe contracts is determined. Murphy Admits He Was In Error 'Boston; Julv 25— (UP)— It was all a mistake Director Robert Murphy of the American Baseball Guild admits he wus wrong when he said that 40 per cent of the Boston Braves' players were puid less thun $5,000 a year- Says Murphy: "At the lime I made the statement, I was thinking of (.he $7500 figure set UB 11 minimum by the Guild." And he adds: "What I meant to say was that — lo my best know!edge —-10 per cent of the Braves are making less than $7500." Murphy's original staltment had been vigorously denied by National League President Ford Frlck. He says only -jne Boston player Is under the .$S,000 m.'ii'k and that lie gets a bonus lo make up for it. EXHIBITION GAMES Boston July 25— (UP)— The Chicago Bears and the Boston Yanks of the National Football league will play an exhibiton ganift in Boston September 5-th under lights at Braves Field. The teams won't meet in Boston during the regular 194C season. Tennis Making Team Interdepartment Champs Gallagher Hurls 4-Hitter For Combine's Ninth Straight Win Tho'Tnnnls Making team of the In-tcrdcparlment Softball league cinched the league title l.asit night when they trounced the Gum Shoe team, 5-1, for tholr ninth straifrh.t victory. The Gallagher- Labrlola combination only allowed their opponents four hits, and ouuide of | the second inning when the Gum Shoe boys evened -he count at on«- ull. Gallagher hurled shutout ball. The victors marled off* the f?am« fusit, garnernlng their first run in thu first inning-. In the second -the valiant losers racked up their only j run, to tic thn score. Summa, piich- cr for the Gum Shoe, then pi'j- ceeded to hold -the league lending opposition to nil until the fiftli inning when loose playing on tin- pan of his team-mates brought in the second run for -the Tennis Making and the one that proved enough for victory. As added in- riurance, though, the Tennis Makei-s added three more runs in the next two innings. Scon: below: Tennis Making . 1000:12—501 G-uni Shoe 0 ] 0 0 0 0 0—1 -I 2 Batteries: (winning team first), ! Gallaghur, Labriola; Sunimu, Mon- ! tone. ; Umpire: Martinez. i TKNNIS KKFERKK Chestnut Hill, Mass., July 25 — living C. Wright, of I2os.-,n, one of America's lead Ing tennis authorities and two-limi; winner of the National Mixed Doubles championship, has been selected us referee for the National Doubles championships at the L,oni;wood Cricket Club AuRussl 39-2-1, according lo i-.n announcement by Ralph H. Os- toi n, chairman • >'. the Natloiml Doubles committee. Hritirih Hublocls in Tiinidad nuin* her about M0,000. LIICHEIEID DANCE Every Saturday Night 0 P. M. TO I A. M. at DUFFY'S . RESTAURANT WATER STREET Mimic By The Fumoud G. I. TWILIGHT TRIO SEPARATE ROOMS ! July 23-27 i SEATS: $1.00 .pl.DO, $2.00 plus tax CURTAIN: SMS Tel. Lilchfinld 880 Next Wi;ok: ROPE New Admiral PHONOGRAPH With Automatic Record Changer Now Available at •11,'i Nu. Main St, Union City Tel. (Mill FULL LIQUOR LICENSE Friday and Saturday Night Special 0fe (JAPK (,'OD ,f"' CLAMS OX HAM' 1 STIKLL ''* — STKAMKI) CLAMS — — CLAM BROTH — Midday Mi>nls of Hot 'M and SjnidwU-lics Survlnj; from 1.1:30 to 1:30 Also Optm Siuulny.i 12 to 0 P. M. J. RUDOLPH ANDERSON, Prop. — LA ^ RESTAURANT , *" 94, BRIDGE STREET TEL. 4967 . Little Hof Brau 4(IU NORTH MAIN ST. "AI" mid Voriv Budrls, Props. Daily Luncheons, Dinners and A La Carte Menu Full Liquor Incense • 7t(WP:O KAMHLKKS Jlerr Friday, Saturday "IRISH" SIIKKIIAN .Sjicrlii! ICntrrtalniiicnt TliurHduy un<l Sunday Open Daily Until 1. A. M. Pojiulation -of New South Wales ios estimated ut 2,700,000. GET A JEEP IMMEDIATE 7>EIJVERY Your WIM.VS-OYEltr.ANl) Dralrr LIBERTY MOTORS, Inc. •2J llarrlMin Avenue Off Ii.vi4miii:i- rliirr, Wutt-rbiirr '1'liont* .valid'.: ALCAZAR NOTICE Theater Closed Until Further Notice for Alterations BICYCLE SUPPLIES AT CUT-HATK FIUCES! C A XTVC'WT'CJ Nl-!ct '" W "'- T - OAINAHKl fe Huvlnicn Hank 20 SAVINGS ST. DHL 5-0347 All KliulH of Tr'ucltlnK—Ashes. Etc. Removeil McNamara Trucking Cc. 31 WcHt Nuucatuck Tel. .1982 JULY LIQUOR SPECIALS ! -BUY HERE AND ALWAYS SAVE— GOLDEN WEDDING WHISKEY $3.44 CARSTAIR'S WHISKEY §3.45 TIARA VERMOUTH (S\v«ot or Dry) 98c CUBAN RUMS $2.79 PARK & T1LFORD WHISKEY S3.42 P M. WHISKEY $3.45 Virginia Dare WINES (White or Hod) AMERICAN GRAIN GIN — !IO Proof — $2.89 Firemen Play This Friday I The Nauga.t.uck Firemen will | combat the Ansonla Hose on Fri-1 day of this week instead of Monday of next, as erroneously stiUcd yesterday on this pag<--. Not wishing | to incur tlie wrath of the local fire department, (our house may crjich on fire some day) we sincerely apologize for our error of yesterday. The contest will take place at Linden Park. wftll make " ^ V rour home It i» better ia every w»f— really cheaper, too—to u*« good paints like Murphy'* They are more beautiful tod they wear, aad wear, wearv Ask us about theou . SWIM AT QUASSY BEACH LAKE QUASSAPAUG r.K.&I.. llufcxi-H Unii Iilri-ol i« Bench CI.KASKST SPOT IN TIIK STATE NAUGATUCK SPORT & AUTO SUPPLY "RUSS" WEAVING, 1'rop. VVInslow Court TeL 33&4 AUTO PARTS SPORTS GOODS BASEBALL SHOES, All Si™* See Our Large Stock of LAWN and GARDEN SEEDS alKO All Kinds of Fertilizers TOOCS FOR GARDEN and LAWN SHOVELS (lone und nhort handles) GARDEN RAKES HOES — SPADES PRUNING SHEARS GRASS SHEARS CANS, Inc. Maple St. Tel. 3507 SANDY BEACH LAKE QUASSAPAUO DICK FINLEV, M(fr. Open JO A. M, to 10 V. M. Boating • Bathing « Picnics OPENING Monday, July 29th '*-• FIX UP For tho llrst time NaURntmik will have a re- pulr venter that will solve all your minor prob- loni.H, We will PAINT and REPAIR Kitchen Sets— gardon furniture—screens, windows-—doors and caul n KB—calilnetH — window Rhiss—storm wln- '» —Haws and tools sharpened nnd conditioned. Whatever tho job may be call us nt 290!) or visit our work shop ut 3-1 Ward St. .Repairs done nt your home or In our shop. The "FIX IT" SHOP Tel. 2969 34 Ward St. NOTE: We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities I J. K. STORES CUT RATE LIQUORS - WINES BEER |396 North Main St. Union City, Conn. DELIVERY ANYWHERE IN NAUGATUCK Telephone 4979 THE EYEGLASS SHOP CcH.Tomlinsun Neary Building NuUKatuclt. Conn. Dayton'Rubber Mfg. Co. V-BELTS Kvery Size of 1MO - 2MO - OMO Series in Stock! JOHNSON WlLLIAMS LUCILLE KEEN AN HfCS> AMUS-ICAL/ CECIL KEUAWAY Csrlos RAMIREZ • Ben BLUE sSsSSTi Mill SUPPLIES < Eft TOOLS 12 SAVINGS ST.. 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