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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, November 9, 1949
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PACK 4—WACGATCCK NEWS (CONX.), WEDNESDAY, NOV. 9, 1MD Unbeaten Notre Dame Favored To Romp Over North Carolina Tarheels'Justice Not Expected To Be At Full Strength (By United Press) Near York odds-makers, who fctudy their football very carefully, figure Notre Dame will romp river North Carolina next Saturday at Yankee Stadium, New York. The bookies have made Notre Dame a four-touchdown (27-point) favorite, and with good reason. First of all. North Carolina is a food team, but most experts says Notre Dame is great. Quarterback Bob Williams of the Irish is being hailed, as the equal of any other Notre Dame T-forma'-ion quarterback. And that includes Johnny Lujack, Angelo Bertelli, Oeorge Ratterman, Boley Dance- •wlcz and Frank Tripucka. And Williams is only a junior. Justice Injured Then there are the North Carolina injuries. All-America Tailback Charlie Justice sprained his ankle last week and probably won't be at full strength against the Iri«h. And the North Carolina ends Art Weiner and Ken Powell, still ere Ironing out Injuries. It all seems to add up to a Notre Dame victory. In the Midwest, unbeaten Oklahoma rates a two-touchdown choice over Missouri. Both team.-; tre tied for first place in the Big Seven. Michigan, fighting for its third straght Big Ten championship, is favored bv four touchdowns over Indiana. Michigan fullback Dick Kempthorn is ready for potion after suffering a head Injury. Indiana will be at full strength. Wisconsin Is i one-touchdown favorite over Iowa, although UIP Badgers will play without inlur^d fullback Lisle Blackbourn, Jr. Ohio State is favored by onr touchdown over Illinois. " Both teams are tied with Michigan for tb* Big Ten lead, so someone's Rose Bowl hopen will so up in amoke in (fie Ohio State-Illinois Jfaine. The Illinois chances hecarnp brighter when doctors said Wall Kersulis a six-foot. four-Inch end. had' recovered from a knee Injury and would be ready Saturday. . Elsewhere In the Midwest. Minnesota la favored bv two touchdowns over Pitt, Purdue bv four touchdowns over Marqucltc ond Iowa State by one touchdown ov**r Nebraska. In the Far West, unbeaten Cal- itfornia is rated two touchdowns ever a dangerous Oregon team. California'*! crack quarterback. Bob Celcrl.'-hurl his leg last wook against Washington State, and the trainers don't know yet how bnd the injury is. UCLA l.q a five-touchdown favor- He over Washington. But UCLA Coach Red Sanders is worrying cbout Washington fullback Hugh McElhcnney. "He's one of the durndest backs I ever heard of." •ays Sanders. "If he can't run around you or through you, he'll run over you." Michigan State has been made a three-touchdown favorite over Ore- Mazeika's Win Three; Stretch Winning Streak To 22 Games Mazeika's five rolled to a three- game win over the Koffee Shop last night, stretching their winning streak in Independent Bowling League matches to 22 straight. Bill Mazeika paced the winners, with strings of 134, 98 and 112 for a. 344 total. Ken Stauffer had a' 316 total and Don Miller a 315 total. For the losers, Johnny "Smiling itrishman" OMaciDonald, was hfeh man. with strings of 106, 111 and 94 for a 311 total. Second place Sam's Service also made a clean sweep, copping three games from the Naugatuck Newg team. Melbourne and Bob Painter paced the winners in their triumph, the former with 126. 94. 100 f<.r a 320 total and Painter with a two-string total of 123, 121, 244 Fred Pcrlsteln's 112 was the losers' best effort. In the final match of the evening, Co. F took the first and third game-- to win out over the Dalton Guards, 2-1. Aleo and Coffcy were high for Co. F, Aleo with 328 and Koffee with 323. Chet Pace, of the Guards, copped individual honors with a 148 single and 332 total The standings: Mazeika's . / Barn's Service Co. F. . . NEWS Guards Koffee Shop W. L. Pet. 23 18 6 32 12 10 14 .MS .750 .500 .417 6 18 .250 3 21 .125 smr MTIttlR 60DFREY'S **tm t rutfisjQM SHOWS TEL. 40* TODAY — THCBSDAY "A Date With Judy" In Technicolor with Wallace Beery, Jane Powell Carmen Miranda "Incident" with Jane Frazee Warren Douglas mgi JIUQTIIO MUT SNin Mxad POLI Paul DOUSLAS Linda DARNELL Celeste HOLM Charles COMIRN EVERYBODY DOES IT • -1»4 Wft- "DOWtf MEMORY LAKE" BID* W. C. rnoswr VJKM •HUT fill « MTl OMtMWWWUOM •-BM ACTS VOBVIL-t w«Mwc*wr son State in Ihcir Intcrscctional Same on tho coast. In the. Southwest, Wee Is a three-touchdown choice over tho: lexas Aggies, Texas two touchdowns over Texas Christian and Southern Methodist two touchdowns over Arkansas. In the South, the favorites in- r.-lude Alabama by one touchdown "ver Georgia Tech, TuJanc bv ono touchdown over Vandcrbilt, Wake Forest two touchdowns oycr Nonh Carolina State, Georgia fvo touchdowns over Auburn, Tennessee one touchdown over Mississippi and Kentucky two touchdowns over Florida. Army By Three In the East, unbeaten Army in favored by three touchdowns over Pnnn. Cornell, another unbeaten, gets the call by one touchdown over Dartmouth. Princeton is fn- vored by three touchdownts over Vale, and Coach Herman Hickmtm of the BliB agrees that Princeton U topnotch. Hlckman says Princeton Is "just about the best ter.m In the East, certainly as pood an Cornell, Dartmouth and Perm,' In other Eastern games, it's Brown the favorite over Harvard by almost two touchdowns, and Navy three touchdowns over Columbia. Unbeaten Wyoming plays host to Baylor in an Intcrsectlonal clanh at Laramte, Wyo. Athletic Director Olcnn Jacoby of Wyoming tojlc time out today to deny that the cowboys have received any bowl bids. Jacoby says Wyoming won't make any committments until after Thanksgiving, when the Cowboys play Denver In their final game. LEAFS' LEADER B y Alan », fi, f rtaaru Rece/i/£C> FROM STEWART, MfO SCORED rHE*0<3T GOAL* tti H.H.L HISTORY .' Bulldogs' Bob Layne Yin Cuddy Cuts Top Passer In Nat. Providence Court Pro Football League Squad Roster To 22 Shotton To Pilot Brooklyn Dodgers Again Next Season Now York. Nov. »—(UP)—President Branch Rickey of the Brooklyn Dodgers announced yesterday that Burt Shotton would be back as manager next year. Rickey made the announcement at a news conference. "Shotton will be back next year," he said. Then he added, "U that Is news to anybody." Shotton, a gray-haired, 65-year- old baseball veteran, became manager of the Dodgers In 1947, after Leo Durochcr had been suspended for one year by Baseball Commissioner Chandler. Shotton won the pennant that season. Durocher returned as Brooklyn manager In 1648, but Shotton was called on again when Durocher shifted to the New Tork Giants In raid-season. The Dodgoi'8 wound up third that year but won Ihc National league pennant again last season. There had been talk that Shotton wouldn't return to the Dodgers after losing the World Series to the New York Yankees In five games last month. But Rickey stood by his old friend, who had helped out the DodRor president when ho needed him most. ALCAZAR NOW PLAYING Buvt LaiKMwter - Yvonne DeCarlo "CRISSCROSS" and KODDV McDOWALL "TUNA CLIPPER" COMING WKDltESJ^AY Ingrld Bergman "JOAN OF ARC" 2 SHOW8 DAILY—2:30 and 8:00 Adin. 1'rlce* Mat: Adults 78c, Child 50c Eve: Adults $1.20, Child BOo Rfcokie Bobby I^nyno of tho New 5fork Bulldogs has taken over ns number one passer in the National Football league. Before the start of the senson, Layne figured to be the Chlcngo Bears' third-string quarterback, behind Hid Luckmun and Johnny Lujack. But the former Texas star was traded to the Bulldogs und became ;i regular. Last Sunday, he completed 23 out of 39 passes against the Giants, and that carried him to the top in passing. Sammy Baugh of Washington is second to Layne, followed by Charlie Conerly or. the Giants and Lujack of the Bears. Other leaders in the National league .are veteran Tony Cnnndeo of tho Green Bay Pnaknni In running, BUI Chlplcy. of the BullilogH in pass receiving, Bob Water-field of the Los AngelcH Rama In punting and Gene Roberts of tho. Giants in scoring. There's only one change among the leaders in the rival All-America Conference. Alyn Beals and Joe Vetrano of tho Ran Francisco 48'crs have grabbed the scoring lead from teammate Joe Perry. Strangely enough. Beals und Vetrano aren't backs. Bealw IB an end and Vetrano n plocc-klckcr. Each has 55 points, on« more than Perry. Othor leaders in the conference are Otto .Graham of the Cleveland Browna in total offense and passing, Perry in rushing, Frankie Albert of San Francisco in punting and Mac Speodic of Cleveland In pass receiving. Reynolds, Lowry To Fight Monday New Haven, Nov. 9 — Two New England champions, Bernic Reynolds of Falrflcltt and Tea Lowry of New Haven, will meet in the feature bout of 10 founds at the Arena Monday ni^ht. Nov. 14. Lowry Is liKht heavyweight champion of the .section, Reynolds holds the heavyweight crown. A bout thai, is of "star" proportions has been booked for the semifinal— an ei^rht rounder between Sal DeMartino of Hartford and Frankie Balanger of Canudn. DeMartino. former Marine who saw servjco in North Chirm, has twice beaten Vic Cardell and scored a 10th round knockout over Tommy Bazzan. Three other bouts will complete the bill. Hcnd basketball mentor James 'Vln' Cuddy of the Providence College Friars is conducting daily drills for his basketball squad, and he thinks that he has a pretty good line on what to expect In tho com- ini,' c.iimpniKn, \vhlnh IH imly n little over three weeks iiwny. Cuddy slat-ting hla first season at the helm of the Frlar.s has had the boys out for almost a month now and the squad has boon cut to about 22 candidates. The mentor plans to carry about 15 during the campaign and there is lively competition among candidates to escape tho axe In tho final cut. Scrimmage is on the cl-illy menu Tor the baskctncr.s and this has glv- Rn Cuddy a good line on his pros- pents. Th ( . Friiirii uro holding most nf tholr practice ses«lons this year on their home court, .the Mount Pleasant Gymnasium and this has been of great, advantage to tho players. Harklns Hall, where the Friars formerly conducted their •sessions is very small and the play- t-rs were handicapped when playing their games on a large court Frank Pcllegrino, Co-Captains Art Welnstock and Walt Lozoskl, Jim Schlimm, Ray .Korbuslcskl, Sam Nlssel, and Tom Orr bnvo looked irood in the early Hesslons and many of tho sophomores up from the- Frosh tuam of a year ago have been pushing the 'veterans of other campaigns for positions on the arjuad. Although Cuddy is Introducing a new system, he thinks that the players have picked It up pretty well and, though, at times rough Hpots appear, the new mentor feels that thay.will bo straightened away before the opener with Assumption on Dec. 3. LOCAL 45 Members of Local 45, United Rubber Workers of America. CIO, will meet Sunday afternoon n.t 2:30 o'clock in Union Headquarters for a regular monthly liuainess meeting, it was announced today by Rita Bartolomuccl, treasurer. She points out that thin mooting rcsumcti tho winter schedule of Sunday meetings. HO1> BROOK PTA The Hop Brook school Parent- Teacher Association will hear an address, "Emotional Needs of Children." by Dr. Kntherlnc- Hawley, psychiatrist at the Child Guidance Clinic of the Waterbury Society of Mental Hygiene, at a meeting this evening at 8 o'clock in the school. Industrial Basketball League Season To Open Wed., Nov. 30 Loop To Consist n7T~r ~r~* — Of Five Teams rOrmatlC 10. dainS Again This Year The Naugatuc.k YMCA Industrie Council Basketball League seaso will oi>en Wednesday evening-, Nov 'M, it was announced today by -Ott H. Jensen, council vice-president. Mr. Jensen, who will be i: charge of council activities durin the coming year, reported at meeting yesterday that five team are entered. They are: Naugatuc Chemical, defending champions Risdon Mfg. Co., runners-up las year; U. S. Rubber, Naugatuc Glass and Eastern Malleable Iro: Co. The teams are the same whic made- up the league last season. Feature of the opening- night wl be a "Seoul Night," Mr. Jense; mid. AH local Boy Scouts and Cub; and Girl Snouts and Brownies wh report to the YMCA in uniform 7/111 be admitted free. The progra for the evening will consist o two league games and a specia third ^rune between two Boy Scou Iroops, Troops No. 3 and No. 7 The fifth league team will drio a bye opening night and one tear will receive a bye each succeedin Wednesday evening. Mr. Jensen said that apodal pro grams will be arranged for ea<: Wednesday evening's progVam. A third game or other entertainmen will be presented in addition t ihe two regularly scheduled leagu tuts. Season's tickets may be ob tained from members of the flv league teams or from represent! lives to the Industrial Council. Russell Weaving will again b league supervisor and referee, M, Jensen staled. William E. Sim moris, NEWS sports editor, in be qjfir.lial 'timer'-ymd poorer. A schedule for the first round o lilny and rosters of the partlnl pntlhg team.H will be announcer, prior to the opening night. Charlie's Leads Merchants' League Charlie's Package Store took ovci- first place in tho Merchant's. Bowling League lust ni«ht. with SrO victory over Raclo'w Smoke Shop. J. Mlkletonas paced the winners with a 331 set. B. Fredericks had 321 and E. Martino 317. For the losers, J. Donovan had a 310 si:t, Dick's also made a clean sweep of Its matches, taking three from Genft'a. Dick Duffy was high mnn for tho winners with n 330 sot:. Wnlly Kelp Imd 321 and Ed Dutfy iil-l. For Gene's D. Douty had a 327 net. Tho Maple Luuf won . two out of three from Fn'tlVi und Murphy's won two out of three from Rlnal- do's in the final two matches. EXPRESSING gratitude for American hospitality, India's Prime Ministei Jawaharlal Nehru bids goodbye as< with his daughter, Indira Gandhi, he waves to friends befor* taking oft from New York on Presi« dential plane. They will go home by way of London. (International) IN WASHINGTON AND CHICAGO COAL STRIKE PARLEYS FEDERAL MEDIATION DIRECTOR Cyrus Ching, (seated, holding pipe) Is shown at left conferring In Washington with Joseph Moody, president ol the Southern Coal Operators, in an effort to reach a settlement in the soft coal strike. Looking on in rear are (1. to r.): Peter Seitz, Mediation Service counsel; John Gall, operators' counsel, and William H. Margolia, assistant mediation, director. At right, John U Lewis, United Mine Workers .Chlet-addresses tha UMW Pnllnv Cnmmittea in Chicaon. concernlnff asnecta of the strike. llnlfirnatianal) In Dusty Bowling League With 3-0 Fin The U. S. Rubber entry in the Naugatuck Y Industrial Counci Bowling League increased Its lead to three full games last night after eight weeks of bowling. The Keds, paced by Matt Janua who. rolled a 343 set, won both team prizes with scores of 560 and 1590, as they downed Parson's Screw Products In three straight games. Don Miller had a 330 tota 'to. aid the victors while And' Anderson was top bowler for the Parsonites. Johnny Karaban captured both Individual high prizes, but his Beacon Falls Club dropped one game to Bisdon Mfg. Co. Karaban had games of 124, 109, and 144 to rol up a 377 total. Harry Armor wlcn a 131 single and 340 set featured for the Risdon team. Walt Charest led his Formatlc Crew in a 3-0 win over W. J. Megin's to move his club to thirc place, one game out of second and only four games from the top upot Bronson's earned a 2-1 win over the Lewis Eng. Co. on the strength of the bowling of Mike Martin anc Mike Krcnesky. Both keglers had 120 games, while Warren. Downs with a 111 score, starred for th« Engineers. Standing W L U. S, Rubber 19 5 Goodyear Glove ... 16 8 Formatlc Co 15 0 Lewis Eng 13 11 Risdon Mfg 10 14 Parson's 8 16 Branson's S 16 W. J. Megln 7 17 Pet .791 066 .«25 .541 .416 .333 Wrestling Tonight At Mara's Arena Waterbury, Nov. 0—Several now- :omcrs will display their wares at Mara's Arena tonight for the second indoor mat show of the season. Gene Diibuquc, of Montreal, opposes the Italian Blimb In one of he 30-minute preliminary matches, while Don Evans, of Buffalo, and George Moquln. of Montana, ire also listed for action. The headline match tonight brings ogether George Lcnihan, Boston •ouKh and tumble artist, and Lord Cnrlton, English favorite who is considered ono of the top pcrform- irs In the game today. It will be i best-of-three fall affair. Irish Mike Clancy, Boston, and Red Klrputrlck, of New York, are cheduled for the semi-final match. Promoter Rocco Mara's wrestling :ard will start at 8:30 sharp to- iltfht. :. Lowe Paces YMCA Women Keglers E. Lowe Is leading the bowlers n the YMCA Women's Tuesday afternoon Bdwfling league 1 , with 21 game total pinfall of 2009, an rerafre. of 95.14 and Is tied for ilgh Individual single with E. Leach, each with 122, according to tatlstics released today. Other average* are as follows: X Umlauf, 85; R, Floyd, 81; F. rtowrey, 91.18; R. Yengdum 1 , 82.14; W. Rellly, 90.3; D. Benson, 82.7; E. L. Borg, 92.5; G. Gould, 80.1; G. Ucllly, 80.12; H. Crane, 81.6; H. Meyers, 89.12; L. Shanor, 87.17; M. tcs, 81.9; H. Brown, 79.13; J. c, 80.2; J. Rellly, 87.11; W. In.ppy, 85; C Nelson, 78; R. Hart- veil, 88; «. Hollls, 99; M. Smith, 8,11; K. Borjrattl, 7»J>; P. Zettlo- moycr, 90.1; E. Leach, 89.13; N. Matosian, 92.15. Most Beautiful Cat Rangers Call Up Denis From N. H. New York, Nov. 9— <UP) — The JSew York Rangtrs of the National Hockey League have brought up •ingcr Johnny Denis from tu«;ir New Haven farm club. Denis, who comes from Montreal, has been the top New Haven scor- this season. The 25-year-old right winger has been with the Ramblorg thjree seasonal Coach Lynn Patrick of the Rangers says he hopes Denis will give the Rangers the scoring punch they have lacked so far this year. NATIONAl CAT WIEK was celebrated by the Greenwich Village Humane Society in New York with • show. Here, Princess Mickey, dressed in her purr-i-tiest, i» shown after ah* won first prize u most beautiful cat (International) 3 Star Show At Hartford State 9 A gigantic 3-star "In Person" tage show will be presented at tie State Theater, Hartford, this rrlday,- Sat, & Sun. Attraction No will be BILL LAWRENCE, hand- ome Ringing star of tho Arthur Godfrey radio & television shown. Attraction No. 2 Is SARAH /AUOHAN, tho girl with the Most Talked About Volco of 1049" nd winner of the Esquire Now tar Award. Hear SARAH sing That Lucky Old Sun" and many ther popular song hits. The 8rd eadline attraction is SHKP FIELDS and his "Rippling Rhythm" Orcheatra, presenting a rilliunt musical revue, and f«a- urlng Tholma Oracen, Tommy ..ucaa, and Tho Rlpplers. Notice JIOHO AMHJNDMKNT TO SKCT/ON 23 F THM ORDINANCES OK THE JOrtOUOH Oli" NAUOATTJCIC Mo It Ordained by tho Board of •Viu-jlen anil Bar«ei!.HOH of the Borough I NniiKiiluck: Thiit thft Parking Ordlnanoa. fl« mended, be and hereby IH again montied. an follows : Article Six, Rub-Ruction 1 No vttlilolo Him)] bo uarkinl at any lm« upon (1-0) Oak Strnot—west si'lc •nm Mftuln Blreet to High Street. Arlrlo Six. Kiilj-HcTtInn • Nf> vehicle shall ho Darker) lor mor'< mn nlrt» (CO) minutes between fi a.m. ml it i).ni. upon Oak Street—oust nidi; •om Mmilo Hlrort to Hkh Street. Article six. Huh-Hi, ell on 4 nivlnlon Rtreet-No vehicle Hhall bo arkert on tho north ultlc of Division treel betwoen tho hours of G a.m. an*l a.m. ror on tho north Hide lor more linn four hours between f) n.m and p.m. 1'nnncrt, adopted nml ordered pub hi'tl ut the moetinR ol the Hoard ol Vnidnn nnd MurKCMfies held on iliu Ht day ol November, 11149. Atliml: CHARLES F. DALY, Borough ClerK. Small Businessmen Urged To Register For Exporting Small businessmen in this iBorough interested \r. exporting under the Marshall Plan were urged today to register for the exporter's directory to be published 1jy the Economic Cooperation Administration. Frank J. Madden, Jr., District Manager of the Hartford Field Office of the Department of Commerce In this area said registration had been set for the 20-iti.av period beginning November 10th at the Hartford Field Oftlce of th« Department of Cormm/crce, he said, and could also be obtained through the local Chamber of Commerce. The directory will list the names and products of American small business ajid will be distributed by ECA missions overseas to European importers and other buyers to serve as a ready reference of American source* of HUJpply. The Department of Commerce official said the directory will be printed in the languages of the countries participating in the European Recovery Program and will be paid for out of European counterpart funds. Listing in the directory will be without charge to small business enterprise.*. "The directory is another step in ECA'a flve j point iprogram to five small firms greater opportun- tles to *ghare in European recovery orders now being: placed in the Jnlted States," Mr. Madden said. 'It can bo a valuable supplement .o tho foreign sales promotion irofrram- of the small businessmen who do not have the capital to engage in an advertising campaign covering- all Western Europe. Listing in the directory will not autwmaticailly result in overseas orders he said. "It will be th e follow-up sales campaign of the in dividual manufacturer or producer, how well he has organized for export, and the price and quality of his product which will determine Ihc amount of business he will get." So that small businessmen get the maximum benefit out the d1- iroctory, he suggested that only those companies register which have analyzed their potential success in export trade and have decided to enter and stay in the Held. Inclusion of other firms would defeat the (purpose of the directory In pointing out that ECA was directed by Congress to make available to prospective overscan purchasers Information regarding products and services of small independent firms, Mr. Madden saw the directory being useful in Europe long after ECA ceased to exist in 1952. Mr. Madden also stated the application is simple to complete containing only five questions. ' 20 YEAR WAIT Oak trees do not yield acorns until they are about 20 years old. Enjoy A DELICIOUS SANDWICH *t ROOKY'S WAYSIDE KITCHEN Waterbury Bond at Flatte BIUU Op-n DalJy 12 Voon to 12 Midnight Sundays 3 f. M. to U Hldnlrht EXPERT BODY WORK Complete Painting F»«UtUai Wrecker and Towing gerrtee Estimate* FurrU»h*d Budget Plan Available The Naugatuck Fuel Co. FORD DEALER Phone Elmer Wheeler Course 11 TESTED SALESMANSHIP!! Start* JWon. Nov. 14th III POST JUKTOE COLLEGE I 24 Central Ave. Phone 4-87WJ RANGE BURNERS STOVE and FURNACE PIPES PITTSBURGH PAINTS GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE 178 MAPLE STREET Free Delivery Telephone MM4 SAM'S SERVICE STATION and GARAGE ( • Robber Ave. TeJL MCI — Front End Work- The MUSIC SHOP . . . record* for children make wonderful year-round glfte . . . 88f Church St. Phone 5287 Full M«ie of Fre»h _ Every Sunrise CANDIED APPLES ' BRAN MUFFINS , ECLAIB8 BIRTHDAY. CAKES CITY BAKERY MAPLE BT. TEI~ M78 Open Dally 6:30 A. M. to 8 P. M. TED'S AUTO BODY WORK* ' 57 HOTCHK188 ST. TEL. 61M — Collision SpecMtett — fender* — Bodies — Auto FalntlMf Towing Servlee Currier Electric Co. n<-Bldontl»l — Commercial Industrial WniING and REPAIRS \Ventlnchous,' Appliance* 1>1. Naug. 4164 PUR PRICKS DROPPED TO A NKW LOW. Compare Price and Quality VMablUhed 18M NO. MAIN ST. WATERBfTRT SEE THE NEW UNIVERSAL WASHER at Gerald's Appliance — New Ix>w Price* — 107 SPRING ST. CN1ON CITY TELEPHONE C661 BABY OPOSSUMS The opossum measures about one- half inch at birth. SHRIMP PACKING BKGINS Shrimp canning had Its start on the Gulf coast In 1867. PLASTIC TOILET SEATS Lifetime Guarantee Amorted Colon *5.9S WEISS BEIT FRANKLIN STORK CHURCH ST. JTAUOATCCK CHRYSLER and PLYMOUTH O. M. 0. TRUCKS J. C. Raytkwich, JR. ACCESSORIES Repairing Ml' BOOTH MAIN HT. in- The great source of America's strentftb Uet In *t " : Our Economic SystwdpK, •which we call individual competitive Free fSnl And — that te.why cnch and every •^e'^'W'il tensify our individual efforts to /' Preserve and Defend ,_.' United States Rubber Company Naugatuck Footwear Plant

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