Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 23, 1949 · Page 5
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, November 23, 1949
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PAGE 4—WAtJGATTJCK NEWS (COWN.J, WEDNESnAY, NOV. 29, 1949 Charlie Alegi Lost To Garnet For Ansonia Tilt ii j i • c*J !• cs Hand Injury oidelines Mar _i" >--"?.''i '**".• • '*. '; Halfback For Annual Classic Ansonia Now Heavy Faterltes To Record Witt The hopes ot Ifaiigatuck High Bcbool rooters and (ana (or an upset win over Ansonia in tomorrow's annual Turkey Day classic took 9 severe Jolt yesterday, when it was' learned that Charlie Alegl, the main cog In the Greyhounds' offense and defense, will probably miss the game. It was learned that Charlie suffered a possible fracture of his hand In a practice session Monday and It is very doutitfpl , that he will aee any action against, tho Lavender. X-raya of the hand have been taken, but the results are not as yet known. Ansonia had been a Blight favorite over 1 the locals before, but <tho UMS qX,AJ«Ki will mak« them heavy favorites \,i* r e <? d r d their llth straight victory In the 49-year ser- i«a. ItjU evpected that Bob .Selinske or Jimmy McCann will start In place of the injured All-State halfback candidate. ThdJ^a vender ha4 been bull(4ln B its defense , to stop, Alegi's running.'but It how'appearii that they will have llttlo trouble in halting the other Kaugatuck . backs. Bob Rabtoy, Bob WhHe, Sellnske and UcCabn. although good runners, have played hot and cold. this year and It is doubtful that they will be able to make up for Alegl's Ions Aerial Attack On the other side of the ledger, Ansonia Is expected to unfurl an aerial attack against the locals, who»« pass defense Is one of their poorest features. Leavenworth defeated the Greyhounds and Crosby and Wilbur Crosa tied them with passes and Seymour scored Its only touchdown via the aerial route. The loss of Alegi is also expected to prevent a big mental obstacle ' to the Greyhounds, who have relied, on htm ,pll season to pick up the necessary yardage needed for a first down for the tackle which has dropped numberlese runners at -Ihe line of scrimmage. With the announcement of Alegi's Injury, the hopes of Ansonia rooters soared. Word from down the valley Indicates that- Cpacri Boots Jarvis fe!t Alegl. was his only worry. If able to atop Alcgi, Ansonia was sure of victory. With Charlie out. they are contemplating a repeat of last year's 59-7 rout. Although Charlie's loss v,-llt somewhat dim the luster of the annual Thanksgiving "clash,, the b.attle la still exjfettteiT^to draw between 5,000 and 6,000 fans. Ansonia. ho* had Its, poorest season, since 1938 and the. fans will b& out in force to watch them .bring it to a successful conclusion. Th» gatne will start at 2 o'clock on Ancbpla's Nolan Field. Bands from both schools will be on hand to ' add eotor to the occasion. Tb*: probable starting lineups are as"foUoiv»: . Ansonia Jack Carroll ....... ____ Ed SJpay Left End . . Ken Clyrner ...... . j ac k Dempsey Left Tackle Jack O'Brien ...... Bob Wannagll lift Guard Xton,.Powl«c;,.y-., ........ Frank Loda -, . , ; Center George Mitchell ... Ray Granatie . Right Guard Bud DIMarfa ..... Fred Teodoslo Right Tackle Bill \Iatos ....... Tom Blackwood Right End Alan Crosswalt ........ j| m Ashe Quarterback 7 ? ....... • ---- .Bob Gcldson Left Halfback Bet Rabtoy ......... Vin baCbsta Right Halfback Bob White .... Charlfe Danlelsiuk Fullback Jackson, Jablonski Receive AIJ-American Honorable Mention (By Catted PreM) Two ConnecflcufcpUners, received honorable mention today fn'the an- nounc«ment ,t?« ,ihe..Unlied Presn JW» AIl-Amerlc&n football team. The grid grata were. «elett«d by b&UoU.froin 813 sports writers and •ports broadcasters in all sections of the nation. The Midwest dominated the list.' '"'.' '»••'• ~ •-. . . , The Nutrn«gi(era homrred were Tale'« 1M9 c*pt«1n, £evl Jackson, and an Eli., ifuard, Bob Jablonskl, No New Eh»l«iiid players' mnd» th* U-P-g All Ajtsrlcan. but 16 ethers besides- Jackson and Jab- toMki. received, honorable mention They w«re. Erfda^Rbwe artd"Bge-~ man of Dartmouth; Sullma of Bos- Ion^ University; and Cousineau of Woston autner of Boston C..1- J*g«; Heller of Boston University and -Walters of .Brown. Guards— Houston i 'of Harvard; Salrati of Boston University and Hotiuh of Brown. Centers— 8t»iey o i Dartmouth. B«ck«— AgjanHi and WTjelan of Bostbn University; .Clayton and Kttkln of Dartmouth and Mather of University^ of Ne.w, Htrnpshire. •. XMAS DANCE Arrangements for the annual Christmas dance of the Naugatuck Junior • Chamber of... Commerce were completed last evening at -a. meeting of the committee at the home of Frank Butcher, Generil Pstton drive. The affair will be held Dee. 9 in Odd Fellows Hall, «ith Mario Schiaroli in charge of the arrangements committee. Ansonia High Seeks 23rd , Victory Over Naugy Tomorrow Ansonia High, now a 'heavy favorite, will go into tomorrow's game with Naugatuck In quest of its llth victory In a row, and 15th without a defeat since 1931 in the 49th meeting of the series which began in 1900. The Lavender holds a four edge In the series, having won 22 Eight six of those to 18 for ^augatuck. have ended In ties, being scoreless ties. Naugatuck hold the edge in thd rivalry until 1944, whon AnHOnltt won «-13 to even the series at 18 wins each. Going into the 1924 game, Naugatuck led in victories, 18 at eight. That year Ansonia won 25-0. They came back with wins in 1936, I93S and 1937, but were held to a : ?7-7 tie in 1938. Tho Lavender ho« won every game wince. The results of the games nlnco 1900 are as follows: 1900— Naugatuck, 0; Ansonia B. 1901 — Naugatuck, 8; Ansonia 0. 1902— Naugatuck, 0; Ansonia, 18. 1903— Naugatuck, 22; Ansonia 0. 1904— Naugatuck, 0; AnBonia 8. 1904— Naugatuck, 0; An«onia 0. 1908— Nnugatuck, 0; AnBonlu. 8. 1905— Naugatuck, 0; Ansonla 18. 1906— Naugatuck, 0; Ansonia 0. 1907 — Naugatuck IB; Anaonla 5. 1807 — Naugatuck 5; Annonia 0. 1909— NttUgatuck, 30; Annonlci 0. 1910— Naugatuck, 0; Ansonia 0. 1912 — Naugatuck, 13, Ansonia 7. 1913— Naugatuck, 22; Ansonia 0. 1914 — Naugatuck, 26; Ansonia 14. 1916— Naugatuck, 3; Ansonia 0. 1917 — Naugatuck, 14; Ansonia 6. 1919 — Naugatuck 0; Ansonia 0. 1920— Naugatuck, 0; Anaonla 26. 1921 — Nuugatuck 0; Ansonia 0. 1922— Naugatuok, 7; Ansonla 1 2. 1923— Naugatuck, 0; Ansonia 7. 1924 — Naugatuck, 20; Ansonia 14. 1925— Naugatuck, 0; Armenia 4o. 1926— Naugatuck, 20; Ansonia 13. 1927 — Naugatuok, 42; Ansonia 7. 1928 — Naugatuck, 73; Ansonia 0. 1929— Naugaluck, 13; Ansonia 0. 1930— Naugatuck, 0; Armenia ,0. 1931-r-Naugatuck, 7; Anuonla 13. 1932^-Naugatucft 26; Ansonia 6. 1933^Naugatuck, 33; Ansonia 0. 1934 — Naugatuck, 0; Ansonia 25. 1935— Naugatuck, 0; Ansonia 13. 1936— Naugatuck, 0; Ansonia 79. 1937— Nausatuck, 6; Ansonia 38. 1938— Naugatuck, 7;. AnBonia, 7. 1939— Naugatuck, 0; Ansonia 12. 1940 — Naugatuck, 0; Ansonia 14. 1941 — Naugatuck, 0; Ansonia 39. 1942— Naugatuck, 13; Ansonia 26. 1943— Naugutuck, 0; Anaonia 27. 1944— Naugatuck, 13; An»on!a 41. 1940— Naugatuck, 0; Ansonia 51. 1946— Naugatuck 20; Ansonia 65. ' 1947— Naugatuck, 6;, Ankonla 33. 1948 — Naugatuck, 7; Anuonia 59. 1949— Naugatuck ?; Ansonia ?? FROM N. D. TO N. Y. - - By Alan Mover WOH couee/ATs. AU-AMERICA RATiNG AT WAS </OT£D OUTSTAftOlfk. Mazeika's Sweeps Independent League Match From News Mazelka'B Five, which had Its teven-wcek winning streak broken last week, swept three games from the Naugatuck News entry In the Independent Bowling League lawt night at Puxho'H Alleys. Jack P/Uotor and Don Miller paced the winners to a 577 totnl in the first game, highest single game total of , tho year. Palntnr rolled a 13B string and Miller 122. Painter added strings of 114 »r.d 34 to win : both high single and high three honors. The Newe, with an risslst from Ted Cirellp, made a match of the final game until Miller finished his string, beating the News anchor man by 15 pins. Sam's Service, second place team In the league, Won the first string and was then upset In the second by the Koffee. Shop, 522-504. The cellar dwellers then reverted to form In the final game and lost. ' Bob Painter was high for the •winners' With strings of 112, 92 und 127: Mariano turned in 114, ,111 and 97 strings' and Btan'cuso 'had 109, 108 and 101. Owens was high for ftie Koffee Shop with 77, 120 and 10$. „' . . Tn the final match of the evc- qlng, Co, F won two out ..of thioe from the Dalton Guards. Ken Woodfleld topped the winners with strings of 103, 125 and 1.96. Bill CoHev had 119, 101 and 113. For the guards. Bob Mariano bowled 101, 129 and 86. ..-' Glove Co. Trips • ( r: „ ' ^ - » John Karabarr ajidiBflrt'Mahaf- fey .paced Goodyear Glove to a 2-1 victory over the tr. S'. BJubber Co. In a Naugatuck Industrial Council Bowline League match last night. Karalpan had a 348 in0 Mahaffey i 335 as the G.lpvers moved to second place only two games from the top. , Matty Janus rolled 34B for th'e Pootwearltes, including a. 124 final game which gave his teammates a 12-point, 526-514, victory. The Glovers captured, high team three with. a 1571 totai. , Warren Downs moved the pins down for a 149 single .and 359 set to win both individual' honors as his Lewis Eng. , defeated Parsons three straight games. The Engineers rolled high team single o f 541 Sports Writers Elect Bob Zaiman As New Alliance President Connecticut Sports Wrllcrs elected n new Hlatc of officers yoatpr- day, at the fifth annual meeting of the Connecticut Sports Writers Alliance as (rucdta of the Winchester UppeaUnjr ArnOB Co., In Ncy Haven, Bob. Zaiman, of the Hartford Courant, was elected president, succeeding Lou ^laclc of the Associated Press' New Haven oflluc. John J. L«eary, of the I s fe\v Haven .Register, was named vlce-iiresl- dcnt, succeeding Zaiman and Frerl Poat, of the IMIddlctown Press, is'aw elected secretary, succeeding Lcary. Roger Dove, of the Hartford Courant, was redacted troM- urcr. A trick shootinp exhibition hy Capt. Jack Lacy and a talk by Dr. Stanislaus Jankowslti, noted football expert, highlighted ttio mteeUnt,', Another hlR-hilKht WUM the presence and a brief address by "Jackie" Mercer, Mi&T America of 1949, Ml«» Morcor wpoko briefly to the HCrlbcH and provud hiirnnir to )j' ; a Kl-aclous young 1 la<ly, truly worthy of bearing- the title of Mips America. She pointed out that ,ihe had at one time bean a sports writer of the staff of the University of Arizonas newspaper and discussed tho pointy on which n M|HH America conteatunU Ift Jutlfei-tl. Followini? th<- dinner, the fifth annual rifle match wna held, with Mr. Post winning for the third utrnlKht year. Thu li.rmrr Army Llnut. rccurdiid (i rw.-jro of 82, two polntK better than hl« neat-cut competitor, Bill Simmons of the Naugntuc-k News. Third placo went !<> Bill Newell, of Uio Hartford Courant, with a 78. L. G. Tighe Assumes Kiphuth's Duties . New Haven, 'Nov. 23—(U P)— Yale nuw has an acting .athletics director and acting- chairman of the Board of Athletic Control. The jobs are being: handled by the university treasurer, Laurence 'G. Tighe. He was appointed because of, the illnea* of Robert .7. Klphuth, who haa handled both ussiRTimohts since March 1st, 194fi. Klphuth suffered what appeared to have been a heart attack whlln Ip-Jaying- handball Nov. 10. Hig name l# still on tho danger list at Grace-New Haven Community hospital, but he Is reported to toe showing (,'radual improvement. Tljrhe Is familiar with the Jnh:i, having pcrforme(r In the sumo capacity for several months before Kiphuth was named to succeed Ogden Miller. as they moved to a tie for third place. Tony Calabrese was high bowler for the Paraonites. Walt Charest scored a spare In tho final frame to give his For- matlc quintet a one-point 530-529 win from Rlsdon Mfg. Co, and keep the Formatlc ladn In a tic for third place, nisdon won the first two games easily as Mahlon Scars and Walt Kcnney set the pace. Ed Gronman moved Bronson out of the cellar with a 2-1 win over W. J. Megln's. Joe Pillolse aided the winners and Ed Wilcox featured for Meg-in's. GIVEN NOLLK Leonce Beland, 55, of 56 Riverside drive, charged with violating the rules of the road, was granted a nolle when he appeared before Judge James R. Lawlor In Waterbury City Court yesterday. Vinny Drake, Healey Twins To Play Fith Highlanders Friday Mgr. Milt. WelHHman today announced the addition of sever il cutstandinpf basketball stars to the llncuj> of the Highlanders for Prt- doy's tilt with Uio powerful An- •lonla Nnrwoodn at the locnl YMCA. Ilendlng the Hot of stars who will appear with the locals ate the Healey twins, Vln and Joe, both' former Naugatuck High lumlnar- ICH, now juniors at Fordham 'Uni- vtrslly. Another star who will ip- pcar with the locals, athough not » NaiiKatucK product, IB well Known here. He Is Vlnny Dralco, Ansonia high's basketball, football and baseball star, now a freshman nt Fordhnm. , Kfforts alwo being made to J.ecuj'n the BervlcoH of Bob MarUo- vlc for the game. Markovic wiuc'l the Sacred Heart High School quintet to the fltatc medium uchool clnHH championship last year an1 in now studying ut Marlannpolis Peep. ''Red" Ryan, a member of the 19<l2 state and New England champions, may alno appear. OtlinrH who will appear with tho Hlghlundnrn are: Jack Quint, Bob Jomes, Hank Swlrskl, 'Carl Boet- ttgor, Sonny Gnla'zdowskl, Joo Mndden, Don Sulor, Wttlly Armon- itla and a numbor of other Naut; v- luck high ntars of years gone by. Norwood game will be tih'e toughesl. yet. faced, by the locals, who havo split In their fln:t. two games. The Armenia club h!>» won three games to nato without. :. loBa. The!'- victims Include the Brunx Colored (liimtii, l.ho Brldg'.- l-oi-l SpocdbrjyH nnd a BtumfcrJ Heinl-in-o team. Managcii- WelHsman announced that n preliminary game bclwor.n thi! HI. Priinclti 1 GYO nnd tho St'«U, a Icnrn computiud of former CYO members, will rulso tho curtain at 7:15. Favorites Triumph In Rubber Company Court Loop Openers Favorites triumphed as the second season of tha U. S. Rubber Co. Intel-department Basketball League opened on the High School Gym Monday. Defending champions, Fabric Cutting, had an easy time defeating Area Crew 56-19. and Tennis Mill- Mold downed the Office force 4325. Captain Jack Fruln, Wally Yac- owHlcl and Charley Wojack had scores of 18, 14 find 13 rerpective- ly to give the Cutters 45 of their total points, while Tom Reed scored 14 of the losers' 18 total. George Hurley, George Choffey and Frank Furs were top scorers as the Molders rolled to an easy triumph over tho Officemen. Toin Edmonds and Ed McGrath contributed 9 seven and six points for the losers. Why Thousands of Doetort prescribe pleasant tasting (CMniDBYCOLDS) PBRTCSSIN acts at once. Itnotonly relieves such coughing but also loosens up phlegm and makes It easier to raise, praxaesiw 13 tafel. Mighty effective for old and young I Pleasant tastinal Sports Dept. Assured At Least tie For Football PoU Tide Experts List Predictions For Final Week The'' rJKWS collegiate grid poll goes into its final weoltond of gometi two day* oartiy, fjtartinjf wltk t annual Thanksgiving classics tomorrow,,.Friday and Saturday. The .Sports Department, which has been on .top of the heap In all hut two. weJBks of the poll, holds n, three-game edge over the second place Advertising- department. The Admen and the Sports Writers differ on three igamos this wuok, Win* In all three could give Advertising a tie.for the title witli Sports. One IOBB would make Sparta the top |»rognc»ttlcntinK department of tho year. The two departments differ on the Porin-Cornoll game,_.;Rlcc-Bay- lor game and the Tennessoc-Van- derWU. tilt. .Standings going- into tho final week are as follows: Sportu ins r ,7 i73 .j Advortlnlnif tBfi (10 .721 CoiripotrinK 144 71 .070 Editorial 141 74 .flgy Circulation 133 82 «H( I cc til Us Murlor Dillon 337 B8 .703 77 38 .070 IBrrywn * ... ColKato Oinoinnatl Miami, O. . 28 21 28 M 27 27 13 7 7 7 fl « (I H 20 28 7 38 19 14 14 .14 14 21 13 13 0 21 w,. ,y a . 26 19^14 32 13; 21 19 14 6 7 7 28 14 10 Missouri . . Kansas St. 10 20 28 "21 27 28 18 13 12 14 13 0 7 7 Pcnn . Cornell 7 0 21 27 13 14 Ml 20 14 28 14 21 20 26 Tex. A&M Texas Miami, Fla. Kentucky .Arizona 0 0 21 21 0 14 14 21 27 14 34 14 20 13 7 7 7 6 13 00 14 14 21 28 20 21 21 7 12 14 7 7 7 7 19 7 7 41 19 21 4B Arltiinuos Tulsa 21 12 21 32 35 14 28 7 19 7 10 13 7 10 Army Navy 28 14 28 21 28 28 34 7 7 21 12 7 13 14 Auburn . Clemson 0 12 14 7 14 13 21 13 19 7 21 20 21 7 Boston Coll. Holy Ci-088 21 27 28 14 13 21 28 « 0 7 0 0 13 13 Florida . Alabama 13 6 14 7 7 0 10 18 14 28 35 20 10 28 Ford ham- NTTU . . . 28 28 34 18 27 30 34 0 14 0 13 0 13 0 Qa. Tech : . . . 20 17 14 14 21 10 17 Georgia . , 14 7 21 014 714. • IB 12 21 2! Zo 21 Mlsn. St ..... 7 7 14 0 19 fl « N. Carolina. Virginia . .. Notre Dame So. Cal . .. 21 19 21 18 14 14 21 20 6 14 14 7 7 7 35 21 34 28 7 28 28 7 14 7 14 14 6 7 TEX. 4M TODAY find TOMORROW "UNFAITHFULLY YOURS" with R«x Ilarrlnon Linda Darnell Rudy Vnllco ^MAKE MINE . LAUGHS" with Ray Xtolger Anne Shirley Dennlw Day A HAPPY THANKSGIVING to FRIENDS and PATRONS CONTINUOUS SHOW THANKSGIVING DAY , Jt.f, M. to 11 P. JM. PENNY BINGO SATURDAY KITE V ;,^'~ »* " Everybody's Hall (formerly DAV> 38 CHURCH ST. FREE ADMISSION Free Games 4 Lucky Seats Win 4 Lamp Prizes PLAT STARTS AT 7:30 P. M. Oklahoma . .. Okla. A&M .Bice Baylor 20 7 2H 14 27 34- 41 G 0 7 13 7 14. 7 20 7 14 14 20 14 24 14. 0 7 20 IB 7 (1 S. Carolina. . Wake Forest 7 32 7 0 13 10 J4 13 19 21 21 14 14 33 Tonn Vandcrblll 14 1!> 14 113 30' 1.4- 2;l| 0 12 21 1-1 14 21) 7 Tex. Christian S. Methodist 7 14 7 13 27 20 7 14 7 14 .14 20 28 IS Tulanc LSU . 21 1'7 14 14 21 27 14 0 fi 7 12 13 7 0 N. Car. St. 14 20 21 .10 (i n 7 H 0 7 21 7 14 7 ALCAZAR NOW PLAYING Roy 'Roberts — George Cooper "FLAMING FURY" und William ICIIloU — Adrian Sftootli THE LAST BANDIT' t mcmim momi MHT tmm ^NOW Judy HOLIDAY Tom EWELL David WAYNE -2nd HIT- SARABAND' «wmt OMHG».)«m WmNWOOO j NEXT Ml « »AT I ON irjioi w rnsoH 8-BIG ACTS VODVIL-8 On Mrrpi-n "Nluttnrj''H lliii'rlrnn*" tATE ITAOI SHOWS THUR. JAT.SUM.,10r« . DAYS i / DOM CORrltLU • TONV ALAMO • \H UUM LfSlIt • ERNIE'CHIl'RltWSIUlV A«KAVt6nS' %• MAY! CHOIR V Extra!-ALL SHOWS-Sammy Kaye's "SO YOU WANT TO LEAD A BAND" Contest Grand Prize: New 1949 PLYMOUTH SEDAN ALSO 50 OTHER VALUABLE PRIZES .•SfeNBMN PERSON FRANK SINATRA DON'T MISS SEEING US IN "TOY SHOP" WITH . » OTHER PRODUCTIONS CAPADES ^ of 1950 / NJ5W I1AVKN Ar en A Dec; 1st thru lOthj Evn. a.t 8. Mnta. £>oc. 3, I. 10 'at 2:20. All BeutH ri!Hcrvod. fAt liox'ollluo ii»il by inn 1 .!. 1 (Mm), thru 'I'hur. and Sun. lovi-, all tickets :iviuliil>te. Frl. anil Sal. vvv. Sun. unit. SH.liO only.) Baugh Signs For 14th Pro Season Washington, _ Nov. 23— (UP)-National League football plnyci's will -be up against the aharp-shool- Ing of Sammy B&ugh another sea- rion. Bough, who in 35-ycars old. tin* aiffned for his 14th season with (ho Washington Rndnkln*. Baugh told rciportorH "I feel fine—no why should I quit? I have no idea whoii I will quit." Bnufth, who has thrown 14 touchdown passes this s«nnon, sayB he'd have quit years ago-If he had boc-n a halfback. "But, shucks," drawled the Texan, "quarterbacks don't have to work HO hard." Buug-h wins asked how much th ( . ncdskhiB would pay him next year. "Room and board,' grinned Sammy. , RANGK BURNERS STOVE .and FORNACK PIPES PITTSBURGH PAINTS GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE 178 MAPLK STREET Free Delivery Telephone 60*4 CHRYSLER and PLYMOUTH G. M. C. TBUCKS J. C. Raytkwich, JR. ACCESSORIES Repairing 106 SOUTH MAIN ST. telephone <096 Quills arc known to have been used for writing as early 03 the seventh century 8TOKM WINDOWS A DOORS NEW ENGLAND SALES CO. ALSCO «1» Bank St. Wntcrbury Phone 4-02IB Hawley Hardware 102 Church Street Moore's and Dovoe Paints Oliddon 'B Spread Satin Plasti-Kote Finish Boasters Electric Appliances Hotpoint Refrigerator and Stoves _Phone 4086 We Deliver EXI'KRT BODY WORK Complete Painting Facilities Wnwlcnr and Towing Hnrvlco KHtlinnta* Furnlnhnd Budget Man Available The Naugatuck Fuel Co. FORD DEALER Phone 5286 FRED'S MI-WAY 001 SouMi Main 8t Regular Dally Dinner SOc up s « A TB R "'0 FOR WBD01NGO SHOWERS, STAG PARTIES, Et» Banquet Room, Cocktail Lounre PuH Liquor FUB PRICES DROPPED TO A NFW LOW. Compnro Prlcu Mid, Quallry r KstablUhed 1809 M» NO. MAIV 8T. WATKRBITRT The MUSIC SHOP . . . record* for children make wonderful year-round gift* . . . 88 Church St. £M«« 5287 A PLEASANT JM-ACB TO STOP- ROOKY'S WAYSIDE KITCHEN Waternury Hood at Mntt* Mllln PWI Dally 12 Noon to 12 Midnight Humluyn 3 I». M. to Vt Afldnlght JCImor Wheeler Cull r no In TESTED SALESMANSHIP Starts Mon. 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