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Saturday, December 10, 1949
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I'ACK S—XAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), SATUKDAY, DEC. 10, t!H9 DREW PEARSON ON *|"he WASHINGTON MERRY-GO-ROUND Drew Pearson Says: Oscar Chapman Learns How To Stay Dry In Wet Washington; Czarist Russian Who Shipped Uranium To Russia In 1943 May Be Deported; Boris Pregel, Victim Of Hysteria. Wo-sbir.gton — Colorado is ti dry -state, at least atmospherically o-po.ikinfr, but not half so dry as its own Bon, Oscar Chapman, the now Hrcrctury of Interior. Washington, on the other hand, is wi>t. From the 12-noon martini to 12 oclock nljrhtcn.n, there IH n constant round of wetness: "The ambassador of Argentina roouests the .pleasure of your company " "The American Aeronautical Association invites you to be present " ,. "The Secretary of t.hc Troasury and Mrs. Snyder, etc., ." So it Koee. The white-enpraved cards corriii in the mail and by hand, to th offlrr nn<l to. tho home, and no man in public' life cnn "m;ret" them nil. A hostess covets n cabinet mem- brr FIR a rx>r>by-soxrr, covets .a crooner's autograph. If he accepted half the bids, be could reduce himself to ,1 happy state of alcoholic Incompetence in a fortnight. But Oscar Chapman, by secret methods of his own, has discovered how to be dry, yet sociable. In short, he has lived through 1C years of Washington wining and dining without taking a drink. Or rather, he takes a drink every time, but never drlnka It, That's his secret. Causrht red-handed in his deception. Chapman cnfegsed: "Well, I do this way. At a cocktail par- ly, for instance, I novcr refuse n drink. I take the glass and just hold it in my hand. Then, when the waiter comes around with more, I pretend I've just a refill. "If it's a st/itf dinner, with toasts for the guest of honor, I put the glass to my lips like ovctyune else, but the champagne stays In FLOWERS For All FLOWERS TELEGRAPHED EVERYWHERE MELBOURNE'S FLOWER SHOP 120 KUBIIEK AVENTE Trl. BUCKMILLER Foneral Home 22 PARK PLACE Telephone 4334 For The Best In Jewelry Neary Building NangataRk, Conn. the Then with a sad shake of his. head, the Secretary of the Interior laments: " I hate to think of nil the liquor that ha« boon poured out uselessly for mo!" Czurlut Urunlum King One by-product of tho congressional Investigation of alleged secrets sent to' Russia in 1M3-44 la a demand for th« deportation of one of the leading uranium magnates of the world, who was given permission to ship uranium to RusaJn in May, 1943. He Is Boric. Prce-cl. a czartst Russian who has lived in exile in France and the United StiitoH for the pn«t 32 yours. AH a result of recent publicity, the immigration bureau of the Justice Department has been considering a clamor that I'i'CKrel be deported. However, close examination of the facts on fllo at the Juwtluo Department wouia indicate that P,-e- gel may be a victim of public hysteria and also, perhaps, of competition from American commercial forces. The uranium shipment which ho sent to RuBHlo, according- to the testimony of Lieut. Gen. Leslie Groves, had the official O.K. of tho Manhattan project. The license number was 1043180, given by the U. S. governmsnt to Che- mntar, 40 Exchange Pluco, Now York City. official" purchasing agent of the Soviet government for 500 pounds of black uranium ox!d<? and 500 pounds of uranium nitrate. Tho fact that a czai-hrt Russian ns at that time the only private individual able to sell uranium if in itself an Interesting story. Propel, whose wife was from a wealthy Russian family, fled from Moscow In 1917, just ahead of the Bolshevik pudge. Living- in France he invesled money in the Belgian Uranium Trust and was one of the first exports to predict that unlocking thn secret of the attmi would not ony decide the outcome of the war, but the future control of the world. In un Interview with the Miami News, Jan. 12, 1941, Pregel made exactly this prediction. Supplied Uranium to U. S. Long before the war, Pregel a multimillionaire, had become the sole sales agent of the Bulglmi Uranium Trust, and came to thl:* country penruinonUy in 19-10 .nftcr tho Nazis overran Franco. He then organized the Canadian Radium Uranium Corporation and ac- d an Interest in tho Fort Hope Uranium mines In Canada Late m 1941, ho became the sole agent for Canadian Uranium and when the United States first began to experience with the idea of splitting the atom, it was Pregel who delivered the first H hl.p- ment of uranium to Colunrtia University, five ton* on June 7. 1941 even before Pearl Harbor. Professional Football War Ends; Yankee Team Folds Bulldogs, Giants Buy Yankee Players; Bulldogs At Stadium Philadelphia, Dec. 10 (UP) Professional football officials cnd- ttl their four-yuor, multi-million dollar war yesterday by agreeing on a merger of the National Lea- KIIO and the All-America Conference. All 10 national dou&uo teams remain In the new two-division setup. Four of tho seven conference teams disappear. The San !<>an- cisco 49ers, the Cleveland Brownii and Baltimore Colts continue to operate.-Buffalo will be absorbed by the Browns; the LOB Angeles 'Dons toy the I»s Angeles Rums. And two teams, the New York Yankees and the Chicago Hornets,' have closed up shop. The Yank,* have Hold their jjluy- ers to the New York Giants and thn New York Bulldogs. And Inn now longuo, which will |jc called thn National-American, fought out out the Hornets. CommlHRloner Bert Bell of the New National-American football league says there won't ho any playoff this yoar between the National League and All-America inference Champions. The New York Bulldogs will get a 10-year lease at Yankee Stadium home of the disbanded Yankees In return, the BulltloRs will take over the contracts of all but. six Yankee players. Those six will go to the A'ew York Giants. WABTS ARE HARMLESS Baltimore—The ordinary wart although conspicuous, is ono of ' tno Give her a HOOVER and you give her the BEST Model 115 _ HOOVER (and your old cleaner) It's the newest model Hoover— a genuine Triple- Action cleaner that beats, as it sweeps, as it cleans. See it at our store or phone for a home showing (no obligation). Cleaning tools available at a slight extra cost. CARLSON'S 175-185 CHURCH ST. Naugatuck SCULLY, Florist FIow»r» for Every Ocrawlon «W) BAI.DW1N ST. Waterkury tEO T. 8CC1LY, Prop. PHONE WAT. 6-7280 Highlanders Take Roesslers, 43-35 Vln Dralto of AnHonln and Rod Kyan were key men in the victory of the Nuugatuck Highlanilcr,s over the New Haven Itocaslers last night at the, YMCA. The locals went ahead 22-1) at the half and went on to win 43-35. Billy Looa was the viHltor'B man to watch. The score: Highlanders Major League Meetings Open In N. Y. Monday (Hy United Trow.) Minor league baseball official cleaned up a lot of unfinished bimi ness yesterday ax their winter mnet Ing closed In Baltimore. Tho bauehall show now moves ti Now Ycirlt, wluir thn major loagu meeting!) open on Monday. Th same cast th/it starred In Ball! more—officials of 59 minor and two major leagues, hundreds of news men and fringe interests—will p in New York. And several big trades are expected to develop. President Charles Hurth of th< Southern nnnoclailon was ro-eloct ed to the minor league executive board of directors for a three-year term. Horo'« what Irmldcrs say niuy come to pass in New York nox week after preliminary discussion in Baltimore. 7'her could bo a threo-cornorec deal with the Yankees-Washington and Detroit. The Tigers reportedly are ready to deal outfielder Dlcli Wakcfleid to tho Yanks in return for second baseman George Stirn- weiss. Then Wakefield and plentj of cnsh would go to Washington and the Senators would send pltch- •>r Uac Scarborough to the Yanks It's also rumored that Washington will send Eddie Robinson, a first baseman, to Detroit. Tho Boston Braves and New York Glanta also are deep In trade discussions In that one, Boston's second baseman-Ed Stanky—may switch to New York. And Giant outfleld'ei Wlllard Marshall may go to the Braves. The St. Louis Cardinals o.ri) hunting shortfilop insurance for Marly Marlon. Cincinnati and Brooklyn ure dickering. Cincinnati has a couple of young but promis- ng pitchers the Dodgers are .jjn- '.orcsted In. Howie Fox and Herm Wohmolr have been named. And Brooklyn has plenty of reserve infield and outrield strength Cincinnati would like to have. Drake, If 0 Qulnn ' ' n Gniazdowshi, rf .... Hricko ' Hwlrxkl, c Ryan V. Healy Ig JanOH t P 5 1C 000 000 Alfono, rg J. Hcaly Tot »l» 14 15 43 rg Savola, Canelli Odd!, IK .................. " 2 Piscltclli .................. 2 Looa, c .................... 4 Acquario, rf .............. o Sutrlck .............. ; ..... Q lab, If .................... i 3 n 2 2 0 0 4 6 Totals 10 10 35 Score at half time: Highlanders 22, Roehhler's 9. Referees: Mariano Drlacoll. SANTOS GEAJSKAL REPAIRS Radiator*. Battorle* (Vanning Muchlno*. Baby Carriage) nicydc*, Solderlnic IAWN MOWEHB 8IIARP22VBD «UQ mibtier ATII. I'hone 6877 Baylor Coach Quits Waco, Texmi, Dec. 10 (UP) — Head football coach Bob Woodruff of Baylor university has re- Klgncd. And university President W. R. White indicates tho roslg- natioii will bo accepted. The unexpected action climaxes a Jong diaputo botwuen Woodrutf and Haliph Wolf, the Baylor business manager of athletics. Baylor athletic officials were called into i .special conference In an attempt .o we-tlle- tho argument, rifling from the- overlapping duties of Woodruff and Wolf. NAUGY WINH Tho Naugaluck YMCA nwlmmlng team iipwet it favored New Haven Y tank team last night ut the loca pool, 34 to 82. SCHOLASTIC BASKETBALL Regional 48, Washington 14. Thomaston 81, Watortown 41. Lowla -17. Oliver Wolcott 24. New MM ford 3(i, Hawloy 34. Anuonia 55, Stamford 30, Seymour 47, Gilbert 34. Bethel 05, Woodbury 23. Hartford Bulkcley 27, William Hall 23. Eiuit Hartford 43, Manchester 41. KlngBwood 42, Porter 41. Bi-latol BG, Mlddlotown 45. Nowlngton 39, Wlndaor 33. Plalnvlllo 43, Wothersflold 34. Woodi-ow Wllaon 68, Rockvltle 23. Berlin 35, East Hampton 22. Wlndaor Locks 42, Canton 28. SlmHbury 58. Glastonbury 29. Lyman Hall 00, A. S. D. 40. Plalnficld 70, Bacon BO. Old Saybrook 44, Durham 14. Ellsworth 28, Farmington 19. Alumni 42, Hand (Madison) 40, Fitch 55, Alumni 38. Morgan 59, Nathan Halo-Ray 40. .Stafford 45, Monoon 27. Mcrlden 41, Wilcox Tech 34. Wlndham 52, Trinity Pariah 40. Tourtellotte 3fl, Webster, Mass, 20. DANCING TONIGHT ill tllC COPPER ROOM 8:00 'TIL ONE featuring; BOB HALPRIN tt nd his Society Orch SATURDAY NIGHT Dinner Dancing 6:30 'Til 8:SO Supper Dancing 9:00 'TH One Hotel Elton "ON THE RRREN" Our country's freedom began here in New England. Let's keep it alive here in New England. United States Rubber Company Footwear Plant Naugatuck, Conn. COLLEGE BASKETBALL Columbia 04 Citato 47, Coast Guard' Academy 58, Norwich 44. St. Lawrence 72, Hobart 49. Port Mcado 61, Waahliiffton-Lco Adelphl 67, Webb (NY) 40. Buffalo 61, Western Reserve BO. Brooklyn Colloffo 74, Pace 44. Hiram 61> Berea (Ky.) 55 Allegheny 53, St. Vincent 46. William-Mary 72. Pensacola Na- vul Station 52. Utah State 58, Colorado State 43. Regis 42, Colorado A&M 34. West Liberty 104, Shepard 07. Wont Vli'Klnlii 02 Bethany BO. Rannneluor 63, Wcnleyan 44. Ithaca 63, East StroudHbur^ 41. Manhattan VI, St. Francis 67. Vlllannvu 88. St .Peters 72. Watorbury UConns 83, North Adams Tchrs. 5B. Marlannpolla 58, Worcester Jr Col. 27. Auburn 64, MI«HlaMippl 60. MlssisHippl State 61, Georgia 40. .Louisiana State 62. Arkansas 46. Appalachian 73, East Tennessee 48. eorKO WaahlnfTton 64, North Carolina 44. Lenoir Rhyno 40, Western Carolina 32. Randolph-Macon 52_ Lynchburg- Georgrctown (DC) 78, New York AC 70. Denver S3, Utah 50. Baldwin Wallace 59, Ohio Wcs- loyan 43. FalrrinlU 6], Iflllyer 54. Villemain Wins Unanimous Decision Over LaMotta May Be In February Frenchman Sure Of Shot At Title; New York Doc. 10 (UP) — A chunky Frenchman named Robert Vlllamaln gave Jake La Motta ono of the worst beatings of his career last night and won a unanimous 10-round decision at Madison Square Garden, Now York. La Motta'a middleweight title wua not at stake. The victory virtually cllnahoun shot nt the title for Vi)lomu.ln, who entered the ring a 3 to 1 underdog:. It was sweet revenge for the one-time (French butcher boy. La Motta won a holly-dl»putcil 12- round decision from VHleimain last March. Two of tho officials were suspended indefinitely because of their decision. Thoro wn» no quaflClon about the winner thle time. The stocky VII- lomaln kept Inside of La Motta'a hooking attack and tmud Jake's face a» a punching- bag. Vlll«naln gashed La Motta'8 brow In the sixth round, had him bleeding from the noue and mouth, and had Jake's face reddened and swollen. Vlllemoln staggered La Motta In three rounds and rocked him back on his heels In almost every other round. But Jake preserved his record of never having been' knockea off him foot In 91 profcs- olonal fights. It was the first outing for La Motta since 'ho won tho title from tho late .Marcel Cerdan laat Juno Cerdan later was killed In a (plane crash, and Villemnin, his cJose frlond swore he would regain the title for Cordan and for France. Matchmaker Al Welll (VVIghl) of the International Boxing Club ^r.T" 11 try to pttlr La M »"'i Sruary ^ Yale-Pennsylvania Fives Meet Tonight New Haven, Conn., Dec 10—The same two Institutions that Htartcd this popular winter madness known na basketball will gut to- •h« r 'or the 80th time tonight n the Payne Whitney gymnnsum >nd never before has a previous engagement had as much ul K nl cance as does this 1B40 meeting. Tho contestants aro Ponnnylva- A "rid Yalo—Yale tho defending Eastern Intercollegiate Loaguo ihamplons; Penn, tho choice of the Ircult coaches to capture tho tltln UilH season. Tlio main attraction will start »t 8;45, but tho program vlll open with* a preliminary tiff letwcnn the Yale freshman team »nd Cheshire Academy. Botfi, general admission anil re- orvcd aoats are available and will 3e on Bale at tho Payne Whitney box office which will open at 0:30 >. m. Junior Republic Five Invades YMCA Court This Evening Naugtttuck's garnet and gray basketball team will do its best to come out on top In ltn second "warm up" game of tho season tonight when they tangle with Lltchflold Junior Republic, at the Y court. During the week, since Naugu- tuck lost Its opening game to Trinity Boys' Club of New Haven last Saturday. Coach George Goodwin has strivcd to correct Nome of tho weak points of the local team. Both teams are reportedly In about the same class, but borough fans are hoping tho past week's drill will show Its effect tonight. The Junior varsities will open play at 7:30 o'clock, with the feature gamo to follow, 16 FOR BOBBY Bobby Markovic of Naujjatuck dumpnd through 10 points last night .o load Marlunapolis academy of Thompson in victory ovor Worcester Junior College. 68-27, In a game at Worcester. Markovic had seven hoopa and two free throw scores. State Register In Distribution ^ho 19.19 edition of tho State of Connecticut Register und Manual 'ana ben ruoelvod from Sncrolary it State Winifred McDonald. The Statn Boglator and Manual as n wide; circulation and contalnn aluable information rcRardlng state officials and other phones of government. Its preparation wan n charge of tho staff of the pub- Ications Division of tho Office of he Secretary of tho State, under ho supervision of Leonard C. Sbef- lott, publications division supervisor. Many others cooperated In ita preparation. Santa To Visit "ub Pack Seven Cub Pock 7, St. Michael's Kpis- opal Church, will have, its annual Chrlatman party Monday evening >U 7 o'clock In Lewis Memorial hall, tt was announced today by Albert Mortenaen, a member of the pack staff. Cubs have been making Chrlnt- wiau ornaments for sovoi-al woeltH it meetings, Mr. Mortensen said, »nd they will be used by tho boys *.o doconito tholr tree at tho hall. \ brief business meeting will open the evening's activities, with the party to follow. Refreshments will bo served and It in expected that Santa Glaus will vinlt tho pack. BOND CAU.KI) Thomnn Knlly, 53, of 40 Plnananl View wtrisct, forfeited a $u bond when he failed to njprpoar boforp Judge James R. Lawlor In Wa- tnrbury City Court yesterday on a charge of |l|c- Ra l parking-. Disposition Of NSII Fands Explained Procedures to bd followed by the Veterans Administration in the disposition of National Service IJfe Insurance special dividend funds In casera where veterans die subsequent to filing applications for the dividend and .prior to payment wore explained by Harry T. Wood, manager of the Hartford of/lcc of the VA. "If the veteran's insurance wan In force at tho time of his death," wood anid, "unless the deceased veteran's bcneflcioncy notifies tho VA and fllos a claim, tho wpoclul dividend ch«ok will bo mailed In the normal manner, and upon its return to tho VA as undetlvorod -it will bo processed under tho claims procedure, but the beneficiary must filo a claim for payment. In cases where tho insuracno was In lapse at tho time of the veteran's death and the VA Is not notified ip-r or to normal mailing, the check will be returned and held until the veteran's estate or those shown to be entitled under Jaw* of descent fllo claim for tho dividend" Wtttarbury Wed. Eve. Dec. 14th On« Nlt« Only CHARLES L. WAGNER The Ever Popular Dmiblo nill CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA and < I PAGLIACCI Mall Ordera Flllr.l In Order of Koi'clpt PRICES Orch. tax Inc. ftl.efr-$.1.00 Bale, tax Inc. *».(H»—$2.40 Bale, tax Inc. C.I .80—$1.20 Logon ft BOXOH $4.30 tax Inc. Sponsored by The Mattiituck Musical Art Society Chock* payahlo to I^OOW'H Poll Theatre. Enc. Belf-addre*»ed envelope for return or ticket*. CHRYSLER and PLYMOUTH O. M. 0. TRUCKS J. C. Raytkwich, JR. AOO£880RIE8 1M HOCTH MAIN 8T. •telephone "FAMOUS FOB FINE FOODS" DUTCH DOOR INN BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCHEON Served Dully Our Specialty — Full Coiirae LOBSTER ami STEAK DINNEIIS Served Dally CABLTON JONES At H|e Solovox and Pl»no Your Favorite Tune Played As You i Like H. Shufflebourd and TelovMon. 7 BROAD STREET SEYMOUR . • . TEL. 8809 .. ., . ,: ., Cheshire Waterbury Cooktaila — Dinners . Banquet Facilities . INN Meridcn Koad Waterbury BEST OF FOODS, HEEItS und UQIJOIIH Beginning This Week DANCING Saturday Night — Sunday 4:80 to 8:30 T. M. Muitlc By The Hottmt Little Band In Town THE TWILITE TftlO MAKE BK8ERVATIONS 3VOW FOB CHRISTMAS and NEW YEAB'8 PARTIES PHONE S-9738 What's Doing In Naugatuck Hundny, December 11 Third l>f(roe Initiation, Ojndn Council, Kinghts c/f Columbus Ji.-ill. Annual Chrlntnuui parly for children, Polish Falcons and Ulan Hocloty Falcon hn.ll, 3 p. m. Children's Christmas party, Km- hlem club, Naugaluck LodRo of Elks, Nenrv building. 3 p. m. Monday, Unw.inlx'r 12 Union City Community club bingo party, Palish National church hall, 8 p. m. Annual Christmas party, Senior club night, Naugntuck Junior Woman's club, Congregational parish house, 8 p. m. TucNdiiy,, I»ocrmlwr 13 School Nl»ht mooting. Hop Brook school Parent-Teacher association, »oh*x>l auditorium, 8 p. ,-TJ. Card party, Pond Hill Commu- oity club, 8 p. m. Regular dinner-meeting of t>.« .Junior Chamber of Commerce, An- nenborg's restaurant, Park Place. Tea for ptirontn and tcachcra, C:15 p. m. Central Avenue School. 3 to 5 p. m. Wednmduy, Dec. M Public cai'd party, sponsored by Magnolia Encampment, Odd Fci- kiwii hull, 8:30 p. m. Meeting of Salem Hchool Parent- Teacher association, 8 p. m. Thursday, Dec. 15 Meeting of the Nniignluck Vul- Icy Detachment, Marine Coijm League, Odd Fellow* hall, 8 p. m. Meeting of the Naugatuck Nu- STRRHD HCLD_OVEP leanne GRAIN Ethel BARRYMORE Ethel WATERS William LUNDIGAN — 2nd HIT — 'WOLF HUNTERS' • MBIT ATTHACTIONI rccRONiMo-i MM«JH „„. foxxwrn I'TRAIL OF w DUMtw IlONESOME PMd mlnmalk- AtiHuclutlon. town hall, 7:30 p. m. Friday, !».-<•. in Mooting <>f tbe IJidlcM' mixllln*/ ol (he Ninjgntuck Vrillcy Ili-tncli. mcnl. Mnrlnn Corps /League. Odil J«'«||<)«'H hull, H p. m. ChriHtma.s eonrorl, NaugntxicH Hli,'h Kch<i.-)l A Cj»pci::i choir, r.c'iool tiudltorium, S:ir» p, m. H'>;-i:il inr(»t inc. OM( rr' :iiiini«'nt. 1'Vmd Hill Community club. 8 m. Saturday, riixvnibcr 17 NlCWM-Siilctn 1'layhounp Ohrlm- mow Party for Ymingslnra Salem Pi'iyhoune' it n. m. Nniijrnlurk Junior Woman's club Yulolldn ilnnrn, llntnl ICIton. Wn- ti-rbui-y, !) p. m. to 1 a m. Sunday, !»«•,. J8 JSnglf-n chllrlrpn's Chrlnlmati pnr- tv, 2 p. in. In ()d<! Kcllown Hnll. Cni-ol Sing by chlldrrn of Gl'-n- j'idge art*rt- spoimoK-d by Wcwt .SI Community Club, 4 p. m. M<milay, !>>•<•. II> Rcpulnr monthly m-nting. Nau- Rutuck Kellowcraft yvnnn., Mn-<onic Tomplo. Church Btrcct. 8 i>. m. Meeting of Post No. 17. Amrrl- Momc. Ccdnr utropt, 8 p. m. Thlimdny, D'-rx-inlM-r 22 Community Cnrol Sin;;. Horseshoe on The Grec-n, 8:30 p. m. Sli'lghi-ldi. Ball. N'augauck Woman's club Ju'Tlorettrs. CJilldrcn'H Christmas party. Pond Hill Community club, 7 p. m. Hamilton Park Company ol 17 ADM. 60c Dancing at 8:15 FREE PARKING ALCAZAR NOW I'LAVING Turhun Buy — Mlcluu>l O'Slu;a "PAROL1E, INC." and Hoy Rogera and TrlKgcr "SUSANNA PASS" AlNO Wild Bill Hlo.liok Kcrlul 8KN. — MON. — TUKK. "ILLEGAL ENTRY" with George Brent.— Howard Duff Waterbury VAUDEVILLE FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY TODAY .. .how* at 3:09 - <{:0o . !>:«i 8 - BIG ACTS - 8 VAUDEVILLE Billy Gilbert And Co. 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