Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 14, 1949 · Page 4
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, October 14, 1949
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TAPGATPCK 4, 1949 Sports Holds Four-Game Lead In NEWS Collegiate Grid PoD j ••'••.. -. ", *^ - t \ r Experts Agree I On Efeht Of 20 Games. The NEWS weekly collegiate grid poll enters'its fifth weekend with the Sports Department holding a falrlp comforable. four-game lead ov«r the Composing Room, Its nearest rival. .. , Sports took over the top spot last week when the Composing Room suffered Its worst week in three years, naming only nine winners in 20 games. All the experts had a bed week for that matter. Sports turned in the best record, 14 winners In 20 games. Editorial and Advertising both picked up ground on the Composing Room, but both lost ground to the leader, turning in 12 winners. Last-place Circulation sank almost out of sight in the cellar with only 10 wins. The Clrculationmenf are now H games out of first place and are already considered oat of the race. This week finds »11 the experts agreeing on eight of the games picked. At least one of the five •contenders disagree with his follow experts in all of the other games. < (Selections At Bottom of Page) INEEIGIBIE Atlanta, Oct. 14__(UP)—Alabama's football captain; Doug Lockridge; and Georgia Tech's star Uckle, Clay Matthews, have teen declared ineligible. This makes a riot*] of seven Southeastern Conference players that Commissioner Bernie Moore has ruled off the field .this season. Charles Favored In Heavyweight Title Bout Tonight (By United l»ress) Promoters of tonight's N-B-A heavyweight title fight in San Francisco predict a crowd of 15,000, even though champion Ezzard Charles is ah odds-on favorite (at 1-5) to keep his crown. Promoter Bill Kyne says he expects a gatB of $176,000 for the 15-rounder. If the gate goes that 'high; challenger Pat Valentino will be' the)reason, Pitt's .record Indicates he's shor on ability. But ftie Italian body puncher makes up for that with his "gate-appeal." Valentino is known as the "bru net Georgeous George." His dark curly hair falls shoulder length And there are two reasons for this rather unmanly hair style. I gives him ring "color." And Valentino is superstitious. He thinks that a long mop of hair gives him strength. ' • Manager Jake Mintz says his champion is in the pink, all set to add another curl on Valentino's hair. But boxing reporters on the West coast say Charles has looked sluggish in practice sessions. However, he usually does, and the consensus is that Valentino is in for a busy evening when they start trading punches in San Francisco's cow palace. ANNOUNCING THE 'OF ?THE ATTRACTIVE "Old Fashion Club" at PHIL and TOM'S 384 WEST MAIN ST. Waterbury (Formerly) PATSY BROWN'S SILVER CHALET Tonight - October 14th OFFERING YOU DANCING KANE and LEARY'S MODERN MELODIES ENTERTAINMENT That Will Plears 'the Most Fastidious DELICIOUS FOODS Served Appetizingly - PREPARED AND COOKED BY EXPERT CHEFS ; »-»*s»^N»^^,»^s»-»^»^^s»^JSI NO COVER CHARGE •*^»^»»H»^«»^s»^.»^^ s »^0s^ Plenty of Private Free Parking t Phone Waterbury 4-9943—4-9796 for Reservations ** FAMOUS IN NEW ENGLAND FOR 8O YEARSI .CO^ WtUIMANSCTT, MASS. Smoothies Sweep Matches In Girls' Bowling League Helen Gozdlk won' 1 Individual high single with a 124 Rnm« In the U. S. Rubber Co. Girls' Interde- partment Bowling League and her teammate, Agnes Ryan, rrtled a S20 set to give the Smoothies a 3^0 win over the Charmers as the fourth week of action endell, Blanche Dorais' Pow Wows h<ld a council of war and then proceeded to extinguish Clara Stinson's Fireflies, Z-1. Millie HMler of the losers was high bowler for the match. Mary Lawley and Ann Yvasaiis- kas rolled scores of 336 and 330 respectively to lead the Boot Tqp- pers to a 3-0 win over the Hlfeh Spots. The Toppers won both team highs with scores of 537 and 1,586. Mary Giancarli starred for the losers. : Rufine Peteree led her High Steppers to a 2-1 win from Mary Sigetti's Racers by piling up a 311 set. Sadie Cook was top bowler for the Racers. In the final match of the evening, Georgiana Marcinka bowled a 310 score to lead the Cubs to- a 3-0 win from Edith Urgitis' Invaders. Adeline Marsden featured for the losers. Bazzano-Ciarlo 10-Rounder Set Waterbury, Oct. 14—Tommy Bazzano and Tommy Ciarlo square off Wednesday night in a 10-rounder at Mara's Arena, the winner to take on Vic Cardell, Hartford, in a state welterweight championship bout later in the month. Promoter Rocco Mara made the match yesterday after the rival managers battled several days over the number of rounds for the fight. Bazzano's pilot held out for eight heats while Tony Paoli, manager of Ciarlo, wanted 10. It was agraed that the scrap would be at 10 heats and at 150 pounds ringside. Ciarlo, Waterbury welter who has been boxing close to 10 years, expects to put on another good showing here Wednesday night. He stopped Irish Tommy Mack, Springfield, in four rounds two weeks ago in a comeback bout. Providence Downs Ramblers, 7-5 New Haven, Oct. 14—(UP)—Revenge was sweet last night for the Providence Reds. They spoiled the New Haven Ramblers' season's debut at the Elm City by edging them, 7-5. The night before, the Ramblers pulled the same stunt at Providence, by the same score. Some 3,200 fans were on hand to watch the launching of the- American Hockey league season at New Haven. They found much to cheer about at first as the locals grabbed a 3-0 lead. T All-Stars Rout Torrington, 9-4 Birdie Tebbetts Major League All-Stars routed the Torrington Braves. 9-4, last night at Fuessenich Park, Torrington. before a crowd of some 1,000 persons. "Spec" Shea was not In the lineup as had been expected. Art Houtteman and Joe Coleman shared the pitching duties for the All-Stars. News Selections Alabama 7 Tennessee o Arkansas 13 Texas 21 Boston Col 14 Mississippi 7 California 14 So. Ca! 7 Cincinnati ...... o Miss. State 28 Dartmouth 20 Colgate 7 Georgia 7 'L.S.U 12 Harvard 0 Army 35 Illinois 14 Missouri 21 S' • > S •3 *• *o S a B < t- 21 7 21 14 27 14 18 7 19 21 14 6 6 14 19 7 20 0 7 13 12 21 14 20 7 14 35 0 14 21 21 7 6070 19 14 16 13 21 28 21 20 6 14 12 6 12 14 13 13 36 7 41 14 14 7 0 7 40 32 28 35 26 14 21 14 20 6 33 21 Iowa 20 37 21 14- 27 Indiana 6 17 7 13 14 Iowa State 14 6 14 20 7 Kansas State .. .13 20 13 14 6 Maine Connecticut ..13 19 14 12 6 ....28 0 '21 13 27 Mich. State 20 14 28 48 0 Wm. & Mary ... 7 6 7 7 14 No. Carolina ....14 24 21 33' 27 Wake Forest ....12 14 14 14 6 Notre Dame ....20 37 28 14 14 Tulane 14 6 7 20 7 Northwestern ... 7 7 7 12 7 Michigan 28.14 28 36 27 Ohio State 13 12 14 7 13 Minnesota 19 19 21 13 20 Penn ;27 14 21 18 26 Columbia 7 6 7 13 7 Penn State Nebraska . .21 19 14 0 14 .14 6 T 14 0 Yale ' 7 14 14 14 13 Cornell .28 21 21 21 27 Coaches AI Simmons And Earl Brucker Dropped By Athletics There was'plenty of baseball activity today as the major league teams trlnd to square away for next season. The Philadelphia A's dropped two coaches and picked up an outfielder and pitcher. The New York Yankees added an outfielder and jeeond baseman. News from the A's was most unexpected. Conches Al Simmons and Enrle Brucker were the ones cut loose by Connie Mack. Directors of the Philadelphia club voted unanimously on the dismissals. Manager Connie Mack admits' that Simmons was "greatly disappointed" by the action. Simmons was a former batting star at Philadelphia and often considered a possible successor to Ma<vk. Bruck'ner caught for the A's from 1837 to 19*1. In the player ""end of the deal, the A's bought outfielder Hubert Betz from Youngstown of the Middle Atlantic League. They al- 50 picked up pitcher Angelo Nardella from Portsmouth of the Piedmont circuit. Betz is a 23-year-old righthander who led the (Middle Atlantic League in hatting with a mark of .347. He hails from, Buffalo. Nardella won 20 and lost only seven with Portsmouth. Both will report for spring training in March. The World Champion New York Yanks have bought outfielder,, Jackie Jensen, the former All-America fullback at California, and second baseman Billy Martin from the Oakland Oaks. Jensen, *rho will marry Zoe Anne Olsen, the national diving champ ,on SUin- day, had a good year at Oakland. He drove in 78 runs in 12,'i games. Scouts from 14 major league tlubs were after him. Martin, 'who will serve ns shortstop insurance, hit .284 over /the Pacific Coast League season. He's 21-year-old and hits with authority, having driven in 91 runs.- Huskies In Yankee Conference Debut Tomorrow At Orono Stbrr.B-^-Oct. 14—A Connecticut j football squad that refuses to lose heart will make its Yankee Conference debut by tackling Maine at Orono, Saturday. Connecticut defeated Maine a. year ago by a 34-6 score, but all hands are aware that this is a lot tougher and' more determined team than It was in 1948. This is a Maine squad with a goal, the Yankee Conference title which beckons' enticingly following their victories over Rhode Island and defending champion New Hampshire. The Connecticut camp has been heartened somewhat by the return of George Bleuher, the veteran Wihsted guard who was forced to sit out the Springfield debacle because of a bad cold. With Bleuher back, Connecticut morale is definitely bolstered. The UConns went back to work this' week with a will, even though it has been one of the toughest practice sessions of the campaign, with emphasis on what every foot- ball''player abhors the most—fundamentals. Tackling, blocking, bail handling, agility exercises—all took up a large portion of the drills in the summer-like heat. The UConns were left panting more than once aa; the coaching staff ''cracked the whip", but all hands «n-'-td : with more pep than ha; been seen here all fall. In addition to the work on 1 fundamentals, which the UConns needed sorely, a few new plays have been tossed in, , in an effort to strengthen the offensive for Sat urday. The UConn passers, esp pecially Henry Zaleski, the Meriden substitute back, who was connected with payoff passes to End Frank DeZenzo in the last two games, have been among the hardest workers all week. A 40-man Connecticut contingent entrained for Orono this morning. SAT. 8 P. M, JALOPY RACES! SUNDAY 2:30 P.M. STOCK CAR RACES! SPECIAL 50 LAP EVENT $1.50 tax fncl. ADULTS CHILDREN ....; 60c tax FIIEE PARKING Plainville Stadium : "i ''•'' '•' : Plainville,'Conn. ; Route 72 ST. FRANCIS CARNIVAL OCT. 20j 21, 22, 24 ST. FRANCIS SCHOOL HALL We Give Away A 1949 MERCURY rotp-KOOR SEDAtf Purchased From Hubbell Service Station ONE INDOOR TELEVISION SET Purchased From Sullivan Electric Enterprises DOOR PRIZE EACH NIGHT OJEDA COUNCIL, K. OF C. ' Presents Their COLUMBUS DAY DANCE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1949 \ Falcon Hall School Street GREG PHELAN and HIS BAND ' Cubarfit Style 9 to 1 Semi-Formal DONATION: $2.50 COUPLE TICKETS FROM MEMBERS OR AT DOOR Clearance Sale .; -' . .. ' Jv :..-'• Our loss is your Gain!! 1—Firestone Electric Ironer ... $99.50 2—Reo Power Mowers . $94.50 ea. 1—Reo Trimalawn with Snow Plow .$169.50 2— Coldwell Power Mowers . . .$149.50 ea. The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 87 QHURCH STREET DANCE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15 . at : White Eagle Ballroom MAIN ST., DERBY Music by Palania Polka-tcers DANCING 8-12 Coming Saturday, Oct. 22 "DANA"ORCH. TODAY and SATURDAY 2—SMASH HITS "RACE STREET" with George Raft William Bendix Marilyn Maxwell also "The Dude Goes West" with Eddie Albert Gail Storm James Gleason [ 'Marion Marshall • Randy Stuart •2nd BIT- 'MY BROTHER JONATHAN' HORROR SHOW MA-OJTO BOUVM-TATO^JULIA Tickets Now On SALE at Box Office for Our GALA KIDDIE CARTOON and STAGE SHOW. TOMORROW MORNING, AT 9:00 A. M. ALCAZAR NOW" PX,ATTNO Jeanne Crain — Madeleine Carroll George Saunders in "THE FAN" and Charlie Trippt — Sid Luckman Other Football Stars In "TRIPLE THREAT" IT'S COMING BACK 8 BIG VODVIL ACTS EVERT FRI. & SAT. Starting Friday, Oct. 21st ric MARCH Florence ELDRIDGE CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS TECHNICOLOR Francis SULLIVAN STRANGE GAMBU .•Bww itfd • mlM Khy MIDNIGHT KISS- Tnlinltflor fit, -"iiomw CHRYSLER aiatt PLYMOUTH 0. M. C. TRUCES J. C. Raytkwich, ACCESSORIES Repairing 1M SOUTH BIAIN ST. Telephone 4006 Classified Ads Start Here For Sale Howe* for Sale PROSPECT NOW VACANT JTJST COMPLETELY HEXOVATED— Spick & span. Ready to move into Is this S room house. Good huiHInc system, modern kitchen & bath with built in tub and shower. Situated on it lot 100x300, on good road legs than 3 miles Irom center ol Naugatuck. l^ow taxes. N-O-T-E—This home can be used, an a 1 family house or 2 family house containing 2 nice 4 room apart- inontH. A dandy buy at (10,900 M5STER *iS. YOUNG, INC. REALTORS — 1NSUHANCE 20 Ka-st Main St. Tel. 5-11 F,7—3..] or,: or, 3-2359 Your Property lor Quick Bole. The A. R. Mnrtlno Co. ... RooJ EsUte And Apj»ralu»l» 208 E. Main 8t Phon> i-3286 WOW. FOK SALE—On Staaits Turnpike Mld- dlwbury. 6 room house, gnrage and approx. 1 acre of land, shade and Irult trees, artesian well, 10 minute drive from Naugatuck. Call owner, 4-42B8 Wtby. MODERN 4-ROOM bungalow in A-l condition T.->^»o ) eve) lot pr | ce on)y PBOBFECT—Just two miles from Union City. 5-room house, all modern ^"i'^X"™ 611 * 8 ' 3% acrc s of land, pond. BEACO.f FALLS — Pinesbridge, vacant, brand-new modern 5-room home, large level lot, priced reasonable. Call .A. SHEPLEY, 2433 or 5144. PROBATE NOTICE District of .Naugaluck, S n. Court, Oct. 13, 1H49. Estate of Mlnnl? Kraune <>! Nauita- tuck, within said District (Incapable person). WhureaH. Application haa been made to this Court for permission to well certain real estate belonging to NalcJ estate, an application on (He more fully appears, it |« Ordered, That the forcRolnB application be heard and determined at the Probate Office In Naugatuck on the 2(W> day ol October, ms. at 2 o'clock in the afternoon and the Court directs Raid Conservatrlx to clve notice to all persons Interested in said extxte to appear, if they see caiise, ant be heard thereon, by publishing this order l time in a newspaper having a. circulation In said district, also by I'-aylniC with or by mailing in letters, pontage .prepaid, from Naugatuck, a copy ol this order to all parties interested and residing wkhfiut the Probate Dintrlct of ?.au(fntuck, all on or before the 14th day of October. A.D., 1949. and return make to the Court of notice given Attest. ANN N. UNDKRHJL.I, . Clerk. PROBATE JfOTICE District ol N'auKatuck, «K.. Probito Court, Oct. 13. A.D., 194S w E 2il te , !; ' ( , Mmnle T - J ohn»on, late of Naugatuck, in said District, deceased. Upon application of Herbert Johnson praying -that an Instrument in writing purporting to be the last win and testament of said deceased mav bo proved approved, allowed and admitted to B ro- F. .». BRAZICK1 — Item] 42stat« 174 PROSPECT ST. PHONB 64*6 PATSY LABBIOLA Real Ettat* Phone Sang. SUg or Wtfcy &.J8I* FOK SALE—1 uunQr, 4-5-6-7 room WALTER A. NORWASH. Agy. INSURANCE REALTOR 209 Church St Phone 4784 N-wj. FOB SAX,E—New 6 room up to date home, 2 rooms unfinished, all improvements, garage. Good home tor G.I. ALSO—8 room 1 family house, 15 years old. Sun parlor and Bleeping porch. Nice home for a large family. PATSY LABHIOI/A Real Estate Phone Naug. 3458 or Wtby. 5-2Z49 .„ BYBOlI.YTs MEAL ESTATE 4S bpring St. Tel. 3-2881 Waterbury, Conn. FOR SALE—4 family house on Orchard Terrace, in excellent condition. Very good investment Prleet: for quick 83.16. F. A, BRAZICKI Real Estate Phone 6425 .-Bo* or Sen a Business. JOSEPH HALPEltra, Broker Insurance, i; 0 t«. R»| Estate R. Mala St. Tel. «.68S3 wtb». barn!to.o a o C o rCS ' hay ta " 4 brook . MADOHNO REALTY 0xJord - Tel. 2681, f.ymour James —Real EKtate— Pbone 35C8 Inc - niu 174 Grand SL Phon. 4-31W in 111 fr., F " CARROLL 111 Grand St. Waterburv TeK 3-7754, Res. 4-1531 J Wanted to Buy Z Jamny house, 5 or f On e ^ c>1 n °° r Preferred. I hav, fisting.' customer wai «n« 'or such, HENRY M. MURPHY Real Estate and Appraisals Telephone 3-40S2 Waterbury lor Sale F ** al bulldlne lots ol Haven IOL Reasonable. Clt' < ! St. lot at 354 s rank Nitowskl. Phone 2006 •' For Rent 7a Wanted To Bent 1ra ' 1 - wi(e & child. Drastically in need o! 3, 4 or 5 untarnished rooms. Call'541-1- alter 5 p m \V'A>"TEB—Middle-aged working couple desires 4 or 5 unlurnlshed rooms Call 2632. 7b Stores For Kent FOB BEST - Oflices lor professional man In Naugatuck. Tel. 3-9865, Wtby. FOB BEST—Store and livini; quarters (2 rooms) inquire at 19S Meadow St. or phone 7153. SCHPERO'S l ™ th 17* .^augatuck, in said District on the 17th day of October, A-D. l*4« at 2 o clock in the afternoon and that notice be given of the nendencv of n^" 5 "WBcMWn. and the Place of hearing thereon, bv cow/ thereof" on '.fte- p^,^ s days before said day assigned ANN N. UNDERBILL Estate of Edmund J. O'Neill late ,>f .Naugatuck. in sa id District, dectlse^ ^ Court for" ail """" Sa ' d CKU lion for an on^r"' o^di^f said estate, it is •HH MB Attest. M. UNDERBILL. Clerk. ASSESSOR'S VOTICE ~ 8? : 1 • $$• | »• ™-5 p- ». for the purpose of receiving'llsts ot^'nf r rsonaj "SvS'ti taw " °' the State * tn 1 fii? >y . p r, op « rt y owner shall neglect to file a list on or before Vov l 1949. same shall be filed by theAssr.-' sors and a penalty of 10 per cent kddld to^tne assessed value as required by JOHN* I. BROADRICK. ROCCO MARIANO. R? te o.2 l /"" aUBatuck - Conn., Asse!>horB this gth day of October, 1949. ZIQUOB PERMIT " „?*" A'Pt'CATIOX ° P*? n ° 0ce that I- Joseph • ' of 13C Elm street. Winsted, have filed an application dated J3 - I94 , 9 ' "^ th Liqaor Control ion lor a Tavern for the sale or alcoholic liquor ' on the premise!.. 4;> South Slain street, Naugatuck The business ip owned by Joseph E' An- .n v, 0 13 f Elm street. Winsted, and will be conducted by Joseph E. Aneteu of 136 Elm street, Winsted, as perndt- JOSEPH E. ANSTETT. Dated 13, October. 1945. C.H.Tomlinsoii ONLY 5 FIRES with a loss of less than $100 is our 1949 record. Management intends to continue its policy of providng the best type of equipment in order to prevent and control fires. Our excellent record during the past 9 months shows that our employes are cooperating to the fullest extent. United States Rubber Company » Naugatuck Footwear Plant

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