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PAGE 6—NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), SATURDAY, NOV. 12, JM9 250 Expected At Little League Banquet Tonight Buckmiller, Shea, Warden Listed As Principal Speakers Meadowbrook Prizes To Be Awarded To Teams, Individuals Between 230 and 250 persons, including 72 youngsters, are expected to -attend the first annual players' banquet of the Peter J. Folcy Little League, this evening at 6:30 o'clock in the YMCA, according to Russell Weaving, general chairman. 1-ollowmp the dinner, prizes will be presented to the winning Red Sox, individual members of the champions and runer-up Braves, and outstanding individual bcrs of the League. A program of entertainment has also been arranged. The program will open with Lhe Invocation by the Rev. Winfred B. Langhorst, rector of St. Michael's Church, Little League Chaplain. He will be introduced by toastmaster Raymond K. Foley, Naugatuck High school principal and son of the late Mr. Foley. Speakers Following the invocation, Mr, Weaving will deliver a welcome address. Three speakers will follow They arc: , Paul E. Buckmiller. league president; Frank "Spec" Shea, New York Yankees' hurler; and Warden Harry L. Carter, •i .Motion pictures taken of the opening day ceremonies at the Hopkins Park Stadium, of games during the year and of Ihe Little League All-Stars in action in the •tate tournament at Mlddlctown taken by Thomas Scally, will be shown. Special entertainment will be provided by the Brochets, magicians, and a musical act from Hartford. Prizes The presentation of awards will follow the entertainment. A radio for the Little League clubhouse will be presented to Mr. Buckmillcr by Gerald's Radio Shop. Babe Ruth watches for members of the champion Red Sox team, donated by the Hunt Buick Co., will be presented to the individual team members by Frank Hunt. Individual plaques for members 01 the Red Sox and the Braves champions and runner-up, donated by William Schpero, will be presented by Mr. Schpero. A plaque for the championship team, donated by Mr. Weaving, will be presented to the Coach, ZitfKy Baranowski by him Individual awards will be made aa follows: Little League jnckul and glove to Ed Zmyewskl fnr hitting the first liorno run in the park, donated and (..resented by Mr. Scally; Little League jarket und glove to Alec Zonas for nit- ting the second home run. donated and presented 'by James Thurston. Also: a radio to Chris Sheedy, me m Jr., as the most improved player, im of donated b >' 'he Little League and presented by Mr. Buckmlller: a radio to Lou Farrar, most valuable player, donated by the league and prsented by Mr. Buckmillcr; a radio to Danny Lamibrides, league batting champion, donated by the league and presented by Mr Buckmiller; a radio to Dick Schwartz, best sportsman, donated by the league and presented by Mr. Buckmiller. Every member of each team will also be presented a lapel pin, as will the alumni boys who will be too old to play next year. Jockey Caught Tampering With Horse At Rockingham Salem, N. H., Nov. 12 — (UP) _ A voung apprentice jockey from Brooklyn. N. Y., allegedly has been caught in the act of stimulating race horse at Rockingham Park -- — - - 8EETHENEW UNIVEBSAL WASHER at Gerald's Appliance — New Low Prlcen — 107 SPRING ST. ONION CITY TELEPHONE. »65l Oeo. Wigglegworth ft Bon. In, PLUMBING. 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Residential — Ctmmcrclal Industrial WIKIXG and KEPAIBS Westlnghonite Appliance* Tel. Naur. 41 M SCULLY, Florist Flowrrx for Evnry Occ 480 BALDWIN ST. LBO T. SCULLY. Pron. PHONE WAT. 5-7280 Peter J. Foley Little League Trophies in Salem, '.empering '.he track. N. H. It's the second case In two weeks at Nicholas Restlvo, 21-years-old, •vas seized just before he reported- seze us eore he reported- a on owes Iv placed a pill in the mouth of 31 > P lckc< i »P some quick-forming ixirs. jrvjnf uusncn n "Kinf Eric." ""•"' i«runi;c una raceu aown me tlcstivo will be arraigned in district <i ' (1( -' lln < iH for the Becond score. Sal <:ourt today on a charge of attempt- ^ a ' a bro booted the extra point. Jockeys, Owners "Strike" For ffigher Purses At Tanforan ed malicious interference with >-ace horse. He was spotted by an agent of the Thoroughbred Racing Protective association, the FBI of *he turf, in the stall of the horse which ran fourth in the third race. Track authorities say the pill never was administered. They said >t was one of the few cases in rac- 'ng- history where an alleged tam- ocrcr was caught in the act of at- 'emptlng to Influence the outcome 3f n race. Only two weeks a^o, an unemployed groom WIIH taken into custody for the alleged "sponging"- of five of nine horsc« In the seventh race at Rockingham October 24th. 'Vn alleged bookie also was arrested in California in connection with f he same attempted "fix". Elmer Wheeler Course in TESTED SALESMANSHIP HUirtH Mon. Nov 14th POST JUNIOR COLLEGE H Central Ave. Phone 4-8772 Waterhiiry Enjoy A DELICIOUS SANDWICH at ROOKY'S WAYSIDE KITCHEN Wuterbijry HouU nt 1'lattn Mills Opin Dally 12 Noon to 12 Midnight Sundays 3 P. M. to 12 Midnight N*;w 19 J 9 PHILCO R K F K I O K n A T O Jl 7r $199.50 7 Cn. Ft. — 5 Ycnr Warranty $20 Down . . . $2 Weekly «S NO. MAIN ST. UNION CITY Phone 0491 15 CHURCH ST. TEL. 4890 Open Friday Till 8 P. M. KXI'ERT BODY WOKK Complete Painting Facilities Wrecker and Towing Service KHtlmateH Furnished Budget Plan Available The Naugatuck Fuel Co. FOKD DEALER Phone 5236 SAM'S SEE.VICE and OARAGE ' IO Bobber Ave. TeL 6467 — jFront End Work — RANGE BURNERS STOVE and FURNACE PIPES PITTSBURGH PAINTS GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE 178 MAPLE STREET Free Delivery Telephone BOM New & Reconditioned Motor» FORD & MERCURY Budget Plan Available The NAUQATTTOK FUEL CO fORD DEALER ?l:t£e S2S1 'COMBINATION A STORM WINUOWS A DOORS NEW ENGLAND SALES CO ALSCO 182 Bank St., Watcrbury Phone 4-0210 Valley Riders Assn. To Sponsor "Turkey Run" Tomorrow A "Turkey Run" will he sponsored bv the Nautratuck Valley Riders Association tomorrow, with motor- '•yrlists from MixHBiichUHctls. Rhode T "'.Ttd, Vermont. Nnw Hampshire and New York as well as from Connecticut uxpoctud to t.uk« part. Th« run will start at 10 o'clock "t the association's club hou»R, on New Haven road. It will curry the rklnrn ovor back roads, through for- cstf), fields and whatever else may lie in their paths. It In expected to end at about 5 o'clock In .the afternoon back at the club house. Following the run, a turkey dinner will bo served for all compotl- Trophies which will be awarded to Peter ,J. Foley Little league players at the league'** first' annual banquet tonight at the YMCA are shim n above. A 'olaque will be awarded each member of the tied Sox, tauiruc champions, and Ihe Braves, ruiiners-up.. They were ilnnuted by William Schpero, local Jeweler. IKach 'plaque Is inscribed with—1949, Little League Champions, or r unners-up, the team's name and the boy's name. Teachers Whip Lowell POL Directors Fail Knights Seek Third MM •• M« nn i^v • • ^% iv • .v ^ — _ Textile Eleven, 13-0, At New Britain World Series Plan Tomorrow Afternoon New Britain, Nov, 12—(UP)- INCW Britain, Nov, 12—(UP)— J^os ^ngeies, JINOV. u— iu±-)— Tho Naugatuck Knights are fa- New Britain Teachers college heat Pacific Coast Base-ball league di- yored to win their third game of Lowell Textile 13-0 yesterday before 'rectors adjourned their two-day the venr tntrmrrnw. wh«n »v,«.»r jowell Textile 13-0 yesterday before tonic 7,000 homecoming fnns at Wiltowbrook park, New Britain. Halfback Ed Kusik scored the first touchdown in the opening period on a twisting 26-yard run off his left tackle. Tony Carbo'ti passes to ».nd Frank Toro had brought the ball from New Britain's 20. of the major 'topics of the meet- terbury Bulldogs In their opening ing would be a "Little World contest a month ago, came hack Series" against a club from tho tho following week to defeat Chosh- ... ....... ..._„ ^..,m... n ^.v/. American Association or the In- ire and after a week off, dropped Pinned deep in their own tcrri- ternational League. But an offl- a decision to the Watcrhury Dixies. '.ory, Lov/cll Textile was forced to kick from their end zone In the t.hird period. Halfback Bill Tagat- grabbed the ball on Lowoll'B interfcrcnce and raced down the Snn Bruno, Sallf., Nov. 12— (UP) -Life hrts been Just one bit of trouble after another for tho men who run the Tanforan track in California. First of all, the miutucl hrindlp has been off Homo $200,000 a day frr.m last year. Track officials want to cut the minimum ptinse from .$2,000 a race to $1,5OO. The horse owners protested violently, but the California racing- board wdrked out a compromise and set tho minimum at $1,700. Today, the Jockey's Guild at Tan fora n voted unanimouwly In turn down mounts for $1.700 races. In effect, the jockeys will rtrike, starting: Monday, unless the purse is at least $2,000. Arccnt Burt Thompson of the Jockey's Guild sayu 100 riders reached that decision at a meeting todny. They Include such m- lionnlly-ltnown Jocklcs as Johnny L<m;.:don and Jnckle Wcwtn ,-»> . Under thn $2,000 minimum, jockeys KC». SfiO for a w | n , $30 for a Placo and $25 f or a show if the- minimum ROCS down to $1.700 the would wet $35 and the No sooner had tho jockeys announced Weir decision when tho hoi-Ho owners aR-rcnd to the H-mo boycott nt a separate meeting John Bevei-ly, spcaklnp for th« ownei-B, Kny , they won 't enter Gonenu Manager Fred Ryan of the track say,;: unless everyone cooperates, the track will be for, ed to olose down without linlahlns Its 41-day meetings h Birthday Not So Happy For Verducci Mortttrn. Calif., Nov. 12— (UP)— Yesterday was the birthday of St Mary's football coach, Joe Vcrduc- Thursday, Vnrdtincl HOW his fullback Mike Gonfortl, carried from tho f, eld with n torn H B amcnt in , '"?• Il " rob »l'ly will knop him mil of Sunday's B amc with Santa Clra. Yesterday, 100 Santa Clara fans ?f nt V , e ^ uccl a birthday telegram. It rend "Happy birthday, Joe. Want vou to know that All-Coast end El- cry Williams will be ready to go I In the on Sunday." COI.I.KOK FOOTBALL Colby 33, Bates 21. eBa1 ' dwin -Wal!aco 27, Morris Har- 0 A & M 16 ^Colorado Mines 27, Idaho State Miami 13, South Carolina 7. UConn FroHh 31, MarlamipollH IS UpHiila 7, CCNY 0. Younjfstown 7, Muhlcnberg 7. niKSKLS IN SERVICE Chicago ..... About 41 por cent of the dltmcl- electric loconiotlvoH now owned by class I railroads in the U, S. are used in freight and paa- sonjfor road Hcrvlee and the remainder In yard service, To Decide On Little Los Angeles, Nov. 12—(UP)- thc year tomorrow, when they meeting- at I^os Anpoles today tackle a strong. OakvlTle Athleiics 1 ........ ......... • ...„ a proipo.wd "Little World Sni'lcx" hanging in the air. It had been reported that one bt nci.i..ullnl :L^«.|i,l4C. X5UL U.I1 UIII- i* UBtlOIUU LU 'LI1B VV Ut-*J 1 [JUI y UIX10S. :lal announcement made no refer- Last week they took the Litchfleld enco tl the 'mutter. And a. spokes- Cowboys Into camp, 17-0. " " Ed Jur/ynHkl, Bill nnd Gone Scranton and Tommy Cllaham are expected to bear tho brunt of tho Knights' attack. man said there will be no statement on the subject. Three stdpUi wero taken. The Pacific Const League waiver price wns boosted from $1,000 to $7,000. Hollywood offlcially wns awarded the 1949 championship. And 10d- •miund Sparks, president of Sacrjfc mcnto, was named third vice-pre-sl- dent of the circuit. It Is- believed th e proposed "Little World Series" will be discussed further at Baltimore next month •it tho annual baseball meetings. SCHOLASTIC FOOTBALL Torrington 13, Leavenworth 0. Bridgeport Central 28, West Ha- vnn 12. Fnirflcld Prep 34, Ludlowe 7. Dfirion 04, Canaan 0. Mllford Prep 13, Cheshire JV 13. Westerly 6, Stonington 0. Wind ham 25, Manchester 0. Chapman Tech 12, N. L, Bulkeley Hamdcn 34, Wilbur Cross 0. Worcester Com. 12, Norwich F A. 0. Kont JVs 19, Taft JVs 19. Bartlclt 13, Putnam 0. Kiphuth's Condition Reported Critical v (By United Press) Yale. Athletic Director Robert Rededicaticn (Continued From Page One) n*ont wan dcliveredr hy tho Rev. Winfred B. L/inghor.nt, director or St.. Michael's Eplscopn.l church. A wreath was placed on the monu- •m*:nt by Jonna Sundbnrp, n Girl .Hc<;ut, ••oscorlod oy Tiny ScoutM .Tolm W Fowlor and Jancph Roberts. Follo-winir Rev. Anderson's ad- flrer.?, William Davison of Post 17, American Legion, read the roll of residents who died in. action In the first world conflict. The Star Spunglod Banner wtts (played by the bund, undor tho direction of Milton Berkcxwlcz, aHnlHtant muiilc supervl.s-or in the public schools, whilo the flag was raised from half to full staff The firing- Bsuod, under Sgt. Robert F. Miller, commandant of ihc Marine Corps League Detachment, flrcd three volleys and taps wc.ro Bounded toy Mr. Phillips, with tho echo by Poter RuR-gerl. The benediction was delivered by thu Rev. Gcorgre Vllclauskas, assistant pastor of St. Mary's church, and Maj. Johnson, maater of ccre- monlcn k closed the solemn observance. Among the guests attending were Joseph A. 'Moaldo.y, department o<f Connecticut Amcricani'/fi- tlon chairman of the A.merican Legion; Donald F. Chad wick, American Legion second district finance officer and past commander of. the dpi. Coyle Post, of Water- buiy; and Mrs. Chadwlck, president of the dpi. Coyc Post auxiliary and Hgt-at-nrms of tho an-conil dlHtrlct Auxiliary. Color bearer was Thomns AVeav- Ini; and color guards, Michael Kiley and Chester Jankowski. Memihcr-H of the firing »quad were John EmpolHi, Joseph Raytkwich, Frank Bcrnaitls and Jack Ashmore. Churloi Illark], Oomiman.dier ,of Post 17, Aimnrican Loglon; Wlllinim (Gerber. Commander of Crusader Post, V. F W.; and Mr. Miller, Marine Corps League Commandant, handed the delog-ationa from their rc^p'octtve orfranizatlons. Veterans Council Chairman LaFavc was parado marshal. Win At Oakville l.tinm at. 2:30 o'clock on Juild Fluid, In Onkvlllc. Tho Knights bowett to tho Wa- (Continued From Pags One) lorn at the Maple Leaf Grill. Maple street. on Gene Giancarli, Tony Giancarll, Ernie Terry, Joe Rossi and Frank Patten of the local club will participate. Youth Shot fContinued Prom Page One) vatore, The Hhot missed his legs and struck his buttock because na the oficer fired the youth jumped into a pulley. Patrolman Salvatnrc continued after Moynihan while Patrolman Flore went back to the police car nnd radioed for the police ambulance. Patrolman Vincent Healy and .TumcH Foley rushed l.hn youth U) tho ho«plt/tl. The car drlvon by Moynihan wa« stolen In New Haven at 11 o'clock yesterday morning acocrding to Chief Inspector Joseph R. Bendlcr and County Detective Thomas P. Laden. They said the car IB owned by Arnold Thalberg, 95 West Prospect street, New Havon. Acordlng to tho two detectives, Moynihan drovo the car to Naugatuck and equipped it with another «ot of'license plates, placing the original plato.s !n tho car's trunk. The youth was bookctd by Wa- torbury poi'.ci. on a charge of theft of a motor vehicle. He will be arraigned in City' fcuurt after he is released from the hospital, Inspector Bendler said. This was the fifth stolen auto recovered by Motor,Patrolmen Salbatbro and Fiore in the --. - -- . past .month. J. Kiphuth, who '.suffered a heart. Captain Anthpny A. Malono of the attack while playing handball, to- Nuugntuck Police Department said main»;in critical condition at New i.hnt. aftor Moynihan's arrest, it was Haven hoE(pital. learned that the plates the car bore The hospital reported this .morn- belonged to James Lutze, Dunn av- ing, .howqver, thut'Ivrplvuth "sjiont cnuc, It was not known tho platen a fairly good night, belloi 1 than had been stolen until tho car was the night before." rocovorod. 'UK built and the Meadowbrook Home would make a suitable entrance, and that land in the rear it this possibly would be sufficient Tor the Guard's purposes. The property is not comparable with the choice tract on the southwest corner of Meadowbrook land. IH the terrain in the former area Is rough. No action wag taken by Lhc boards during the tour yesterday, but Warden Carter indicated lhal •providing one of the sites Is Ta- "orcd by the National Guard, action would be taken preparatory to Its transferral at the regular monthly meeting ; of the board of public welfare Monday evening at K o'clock in tho town hall. The, town farm land is under the jurisdiction of the public welfare hoard, and that body, in order 'nr that property to be trnn«ferrcd. must make formal recommendation 'o the board of warden and bur- g-esses, which group take final ac- lon. Warden Carter said that If 'he public welfare board made the recommendation, ho would call a special meeting of the borough board Tuesday. Besides Warden Carter and Mr Mcngaccl, others OB yesterday afternoon's inspection tour, which started/at 3 o'clock, were: Public Welfare Superintendent J. Rudolph Andcnion; Jnmcs Cuddy Eric Gn brlclson. John Vagi, nnd Henry Cieslewskl, members of the public Garnet Apparently Headed For 5th Loss Today At Seymour Tv'augatuck Higrh school's Greyhounds head down the valley this afternoon, apparently headed for their fifth defeat of the oeanon to play Seymour High at 2 o'clock nt French Field. Both, teams will bo at Almost full strength for the contest. N.iujja- tuck will be minsis the '^rvfccs of Bryant Klrkcndall. lu* second string quarterback. Two of Seymours regulars are Just recovering from injuries and may. or mny not, be In ftp fllcht Bhap- The game Is the final of the soa- roa for Soymour. They have «-«n three, tied two and lost three In eight starts and hope to finish with a win. The tilt U the eighth for Naugatuck, which has three ties and no losses. Starting lineup for the locals i< expected to be the same «m In th* past. Jack Carroll and Bill Mntoa will be at the ends, with Ken C)y- mer and Bud IM Maria at tackle Goorgre Mitchell and Jack O'Brien at guards and Don Fowler at center. Alan Crosswalt will be at quarterback. Charlie Alegl and Bob Rabtoy at halfback and Bob White at fullback. mK « ' ' - m H. Moody, Avigrustine Barblero Clarence Green and William Stokes Lifetime Guarantee Amorted Colon, $5.95 WEISS SS&S*** OT OR« CHRYSLER ana PLYMOUTH O. M. 0. TRUCKS J. C. Raytkwich, JR. AOCESSORIBt Repairing IN SOUTH MAIN BT. Otophone MM The great source of America Ystrength lie* in Our Economic System which we: call individual competitive Free Enterprise. And—that is-why each and every one of us must intensify onr individual efforts to Preserve and Defend United States Rubber Company Naugatuck Footwear Plant The planet Jupiter Is larger than all of the other planets combined. jgoLate To Classify TUIIK IB V H- -FroBh~froznn, BroiuT- Breaated Bronze Turkeys All weights. Vacuum packed in Irans- n/tront bugd. Froo delivery. Order •iarly. They take a long time Browing—but a Bhort time golriR. MAPLE HILL TURKEY FARM A. R. Comstock—F. H. Lyon Phones Watcrbury B-32I3 or -l-fiOBC Stninman Avc., Mkkllobury , PHOTO^CHARLM OIXON through Faith Where are you going, as you read this? ... Back to a job that's lost its luster? ... Back to a family now lacking love? ... Back to a room where only loneliness awaits? Or are you just... going. With no clear sight of where or why. Perhaps instead you ought to pause a quiet moment in church. And find yourscjlf again— through faith. For nothing can take the place of church in your life—in anyone's life. By turning to religion, by reaffirming their faith, new thousands every day are gathering new strength, new hope, new courage. Families, finding themselves through faith, are being brought closer... becoming real families, strong against the world, happier, more tolerant among themselves. Young folk, finding themselves through faith, are learning the true values that make them want to spurt; the false. Men and women of the workaday world are gaining a new sense of "the balance of things" ... the inner security that brings success to work as well as to life... by finding themselves through faith. Can you honestly say that things have been better for you, going it alone? Or wouldn't you rather join these neighbors... and find a happier, more successful life—through faith! Wfcren R. Austin "1 believe in the near presence of God and that if human beings try hard enough He will always lend a hand." find yourself through faith —come to church this week Contributed in behalf of the Religion in American Life Campaign by THE NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS

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