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PAGE 4—WACOATUCK NEWS (CONN.), MONDAY, DEC. 19, 194fl Highlanders Stop Gunners, 65-58 Drake, VinHealy, Red Ryan Pace Second Half Attack Former Ansonia High Star Nets 20 Points . The Naugatuck Highlanders made an auspicious debut at Mara's Arena .Waterbury, last night, coming from behind !n the second half to defeat the Marlln Gunners, defending state Industrial champions, After a slow start, the locals found themselves late in the first quarter- and three sensational baskets by Bobby Markovlc of Marlon- apolls Prep .enabled them to cut * ?-polnt deficit to one, 13-12, at the clOB* of the period. During the sec- •ond period the lead changed hands •everal times, but the Gunners managed to hang on to a one-point lead, 2*-25, at intermission. With three Fordham students, An- sonla's Vlnnle Drake and Naugatuck's Healy twins, Vln and Joe, pacing the attack, the Highlanders pulled out in front early In the third period and led the rest of the way. The locals were on top 44-39 at the end of the third period and Increased their margin to M-44 midway through the final canto. The Gunners rallied late In the final period, paced by Stefanow- •ki, Cox and Macknis. all members o* Hlllhouse High's 1947 champions. However, baskets by Bobby Jones. Jack Quint and Red Ryan saved the day for the Highlanders. Drake was high scorer for the evening with 20 points on eight baskets and four conversions. Vln Healy tossed in 13 points and Mark- ovlc and Ryan tallied 11 each. For the New Haven crew, Stafanow- •kl was high man with 17 points. Kabeck scored 13 and Macknis 12. The score: Highlander* b f p Drake. If ................ 8 4 20 Quint. If ................ 2 04 Markovic, r/ ............... 4 3 u Jones, rf .................. 1 0 2 Swlrskl, c ................. 0 0 o J: Healy, Ig ............... j 2 4 V. Healy. rg ............... 6 1 13 Marling 271165 Macknis, rg ... Iwanskl, rg .. . barbato, Ig ... Cox. Ig Stcfanowskt, c Kabeck. rf Canelll. rf .. Yase.vac, If .... b f p ... 5 2 12 000 210 204 6 5 17 5 4 14 000 8 0 .6 • • - 23 12 58 Score at half time: Marlln'6 26, Highlanders 25. Referees—Butcher and Drlacoll. Time —Ten minute i • ^^^••^••••^w OHBT8LER and PLYMOUTH , O. M. 0. TRUOK8 J. C. Raytkwich, JR. AOCES80BIK8 Kepairing 1M BOOTH MAIN ST. _t«epli«ie MM Peter Paul Inc. WAUQATUCK, CONN. Manufacturers of Nation's Largest Selling COCONUT CANDY BARS SMART fVRS Make SMART GIFTS Chemical Wins First Round Title In Dusty Bowling League Naugatuck Chemical won the first round championship In the American Division of the Industrial Bowling- Longue last week, by pinning a 2-1 setback on their closest rivals, U. S. Rubber. The Chemists are now four gnmoi out. in front with only three .to piny. The Post Oflicc continued its upward surge toy blanking Rls<lon Mfg. Co., 3-0. Led by Hollls who compiled games of 134, 118 and 139 for a 3fH total, the winners rolled a total of 1619, while the best Ri»don could do was 1537. In a battle for third place, Bristol Co. downed Eastern Malleable Iron. 2-1, winning the first two and droptpJng the third gam.e Ed Noragong had a high single of 11!) and a total of 340 to place the winners. In the flno.1 match of the evening,. Synthetic defeated Mcgln's, 2-1. Butkua of the winners rolled only two games but hit for 121 and 118 to pace the team to victory. There wi] Ibe no bowling this week due to the holidays. Jack Stinson Scores 12 Points As Navy Whips Maryland Jack Stinson. of Naugatuck, scored 12 points Saturday to aid the U. S. Naval Academy Midshipmen to a 75-62 triumph over Maryland. It was the fourth straight win of the current campaign for the Navy five. Stinson, a star at Naugatuck High school In 1913, 44 and 45, started at right guard for the Midshipmen. All of the starting five hit double numbers for the winners. Bridgeport Tankers Sink Naogatuck N The Bridgeport YMCA swlrn- mmg team, defending state champions, eked out a 35-31 win over the Naugatuck Y tankers Friday night at the local Y pool. The wip ners took five first places to thre.- Cor the locals. The summary: 120 yd medley relay won by Bridgeport; time: 1:08; Placik, 2Ionhder and Kennoll. <!20 yd. freestyle won by Lucns of Bridgeport; 2nd J. Brady. Naugatuck/; 3rd. Sulillvairf NViugatuckLime: 2:29. 40 yd. freestyle won by Kennc.ll of Bridgeport; 2nd Leopard of Naugatuck; 3rd Smelter, Bridgeporttime: 20.6. Diving won by Plumb of Bridgeport; 2nd Sullivan. Naugatuck; 3rd Hoffman, Bridgeport; points 100 yr. freestyle won by Whtto of Naugatuck; 2nd Kcnncll of Bridgeport; 3rd Leopard. Nauj"i- tuck; time: 0:56.3. 100 yd. breast stroke won by Shanahan o[ Naugatuck; 2nd Zrnhdcr, Bridgeport; 3rd Kat,l.rlin> Bridgeport; time: 1:12.6. 100 yd. backstroke won by Plnclk of Bridgeport; 2nd Smith Naugatuck; 3rd Lucjis, Bridgeport; time 1:08.2. 100 yd. freestyle relay won by Naugatuck; Nixon, JuraynsKI. Leopard and White; time: l:23.a. Announcer was Wcs Boyd; start- sr was X. Fratesl. Established law • NO. MAIN ST. WATEUBITRV NOTICE Information nought concerning any r<<l*tiv«i Mf John C^luMMM^.alc*, known M 4vhn Ooh«B»uck, .lohn Co- htvrmnok, and John Ootarzo- Tmek. .late .of the City of PMMilc,. County of Pa.uaic and .State of New .lerwy. Afty rMaUve* plonoe contact Bluenteln and Diamond, 126 Market Street, Paterson 1, -W. 9. Dalton Guards Whip Co. G., 45-32 The Dalton Ouartln of Naufja- tuck'n Co. F. defeated Co. G, 45-32 In a National Guard baHkctbali league fcamo yesterday at tho Waterbury Armory. The win wat) tho aocond HtralKht for the locals who led 20-10 after ,a close first half. Paced by Ed 'Furado.and Jack Curtin. tho Guards pulled away In the third period to win handily. Curtin was high scorer for the locals with 16 points, while Furtado scorud 13 and Bill Hutt eight. Paw- lowlz, Coffoy and Goncalves played fine defensive ball. The next Ramc for the Guards will be ««alnat Medical Co., Jan 8. U.S. products are sold by shoe shops, hardware itores, independent tire dealers and other SMALL BUSINESSES. In America large companies and small companies depend on each other. United States Rubber Company Footwear Plant Naugatuck, Conn. ON OWLS' WHO'S WHO - - By Alan Mav*r W/&L/AMS, ALL-AMER/CAN ^A/O /=V?OA7 ft/CE, WHOSE BRtLL/ANT PLAY CROWN COTTON DATS Uittiibiitcd by King Fitturt* Sr*4lc*t9 /v/s a-ert/us AT PASSES art we fivti. /{£<G Aft OFFEf/S/Ve AftD STANDOUT, AHD A COHVERG/ofil AfilD F/ELD GOAL K/CKER •' Wilby Five Routs Greyhounds In League Contest, 52-34 20-Point Third Period Attack Provides Margin By KKNNY Cf-YMKK Behind a bllHtcrln^ third period attack, Wllby routed Nau^uluoh .High, f>2-3.|. before a crowd of about 700 people at the Walerbury armory Saturday evening. Nnunntuck stnycd in the L'nme for th(- first half. IruilinK, 11-8, i*t tho close of the first period. The two teams were deadlocked nt Sall just 22 seconds before the en,i of the first canto ended, but a basket and a foul conversion by frank iJichancc nave the Wator- bury quintet a lend Ihey never iv- lin(|iilHhed. With Bob "Red" White leading the way, NaiitfaluRk tnit the margin to 15-14 midway through the sc-.- ond period, but Wllby anai.i pulled away leading. 22-14. wilh three minutes left, in the first half. Bill Matos, a Naugatuck sub, dropped in four points in the next. few minutes to cut the lead to 22-18 ns the half ended. Cnpt. Ro«er Currier converted two foul shots to cut the lead to 22-20 before Wilby unleiusht-d ;u powerful 20-pnlnt attack to mid •12-20. before Bob Willie dropped m a foul shot to make -12-21 UK the third period came to n rlo:i.- NaiiKuluck fulled to ne-ore a Hlri«ii. field KOII! In tills ennto, making only thnvi foul Hliols. |r rM nk Iji- Chiinri!, with weveri jiolnlM. HIM freshnuin Carl Nli-soheelti wilh '<i x points, |.,.<| 1.1,0 W i )ljy atl , K . k ln lho Ihird canto. Wllby continued tiie rout. In film! ijiiiirtcr. and with Joe Ubaldl, and t,'arl Nlesobeckl leading the way moved into ;i 52-25 lead at tjie automatic timeout. At this point Coach Tom Piirroll yanked ..ill his regulars and «ent in the subs 'I'he WILBY Ubnldi, If ... Knpiilano. If , I laChancn, rf Kvans rf Nlesobeckl, c Kuenter. c . .. Sleek, Ig liabcorU, Ig . . Mcehan, g . .. lovlna, rg .. . fi 0 4 2 5 0 1 0 1 2 I)' 1 0 21 10 it 12 0 2 0 I 5 NAUGATUCK 10 12 f*iinibert rg Ci-osswalt, rg .M Maios, rg . . While Ig . . . . B MIHOH, ]fr 2 Schlethe, \K . <"Jf)gj^lnM, c: . Mariano, c . . Srlilllcr, c ... Currier, rf . . Ssre/.o/.arj!, rf Kuopp, rf . . Dumonski If 0 0 0 0 1 0 Selenske, If o f 0 0 2 3 1 1. 0 0 0 3 i) 1 1 0 p 0 1 6 11 II 1 0 D 0 r, o 3 3 0 .With Knapp Manny scoring Malos and five ami throe points respectively, in the final . minutes th lu 52-3-1 as rlose. locals cut. the gnme (lie margin came to a Joe Ulmhll with 17 |,olnl H a:i 1 Nlesobecki wilh 12 led the Wllbv Dttnclt, while Hob White with 1' 10 of which were scored in thu first half, wa.s high for thel oser--.. The performances of Bob While and the Matos twins, Billy mid Manny, who wore in the game but M short time were the only brl|.-H spots In the Naugatuck attack. Nnugatuck was still weak from the foul line, making but 12 out of 27, while Wllby made 10 conversions. in 20 tries. Hawley Hardware 120 Church Street Christmas Suggestions as ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES TOASTERS, MIXERS, Etc. also SLEDS — TOYS SHOE SKATES PYREXWARE, Etc. Phone 4086 We Deliver Totals u 12 M Score at half time—Wllby 22 Naugatuck 18. Referee—Johnson' Umpire Waldron. Girls'Pin League Scores Listed nosulls of the (/. s. Rubber Co. Girls' Intel-department Bowling L.CHKUO: Monday Itlvlslon Wildcats 2, Gems 1. Streamers 3. Kcds 0. Style Cialters 3, Cagers 0. Blue hers 2, Hopefuls 1. Tigers 2, Culups 1. Individual high single Ann Mor- uska, Hf>; Indlvldunl high three, Ann Mnruskii, :!B5. Team high single, Style Culler, 071. Team high three. Style Gaiter 1587. Tm-Nduy Division Boot Tnppiii-n T!, High Stcppei-H 0. Chnrgei'H :i, Invaders 0. Mlgh Spots 2. Smoothies 1. Churmei-H !!, lUicers 0. Individual high single, C.eorglana Marclnka, 147; Individual high three Oeor/,'lana Marclnka, 362; team high single, Cuba 53(i; loam high three, Cubs, 1500. If. S, Rubber Company Employes' Activity Schedule Released The schedule at activities for employes of the U. S. Rubber Co. for the coming- week hi a.u follows: 1:00 to !i:DO'p. m. Girls' Interde- partment Bowling- League — Pa*ho's Alleys — Naugatuck. 2:30 p. m. Men's Tnterdepartmcnt Bowllnj? League Meeting-— Ind, Re- lutiomi Conference Room. 5:00 p. m. Men's Interdepart- ment- Badminton I.»eHKUe— NIUIJJJI- lucli YMCA. B:00 p. m. Men's Varsity Bowlin.fr Team vs. Lewis Engineering Go, Natlonu.1 rjivlalon—'N. Y. I. c. League — Naugatuclt YMCA Alloyw. 0:00 IP>. m. Mcn'w Intftrdepart- .ment Basketball League — Hlgth School. Tuendny, Ifcx'emher m 1 00 to 5:00 p. m. Girls' Intordo- purtmont Bowling League — iPasho'g Alleys- •Naiiijatuck. 7:00 p m, Men's Interdcpartmont Bowling Leag-uo — Pasho'« Alleys — Naugatuck. 7:00 i;>. m, Girls' Van.lty Bnskct- hnll team — Tryouts— Hop. Brook School— Naugrat uck. Wcdn«ndtty, Decom/ner 21 •3:00 'p. m. Me-n'n Intordepart- mcnt League — Naiigatuick YMCA. 8:00 p. m. Men'b Varsity Baaket- ball TenJtn vs. NauiR-atuck Chemical— N. Y. I C. League- — Nautfa- tuck YMCA. Thursday, December 22 2:30 jx m. Girls' Intel-department Fowling L,e»giie Mooting — Ind. Ro- latlonH Conference Room, 13:00 p. m. (Men's Intordcrmrtmont Badminton League — Nauimturk YMCA. 7:00 p. m. Girls' Varsity Bowling Team vs. Bristol. Co. — I R. A. League, Watcrbury, Sona'.i Alleys. 7.00 p. m. Men',3 Vnnilty Volleyball Team vs. I>lbner, Loavunwor'h High School, Wji.terbuiy. Friday, I)<-i-<-mtMT !>» 5:18 p. m. U. a. Girls' Club Bowl- Inp Leug-ue— -Puaho's Alloys-— Nau- gntuck. Saturday, THE FATEFUL FIFTYJ YEARS * * * f ?>, •• S 0' * * * Noteworthy Events of Our Time,! 900-1949 12 1 30 to 2:00 p. m. Mon'M Varsity Bnsketbn.il To-am— iPractirc-.-Nau- Kalnnk YMOA. St. Francis' Upsets St. Lucy's, 28-22 St. Francis' CYO upnot St. Lucy'n 28-22, In a Wat.erbury Knights of Columbus CYO Basketball League K'limo yesterday. The win was the second against one loss for the locals. The defeat was the first In four Ramna for St. Lucy's and knor.kcd thorn out of first, place In the Eawtorn Division of the league. \St. Mary'a, another local quintet. IfflBl Ita fli-Hl. Kame of the season, gol iinpc down before St. John's, C6-40. LeVasseur and Magas with nine points each paced the locals, whose record now stands at one win and one loflti. Basketball League Sponsors To Meet Representatives of nliie :>orou(jh veterans, service and fraternal or- garilzatkmo are expected to attend u meeting to organl/.e a basketball league for boys, tomorrow evening at 8:15 o'clock in the YMCA. The meeting Is being sponsored by the Y's Men's Club. Plans call for a league of clglit tchinu, made up of 10 boys each in the 10 to 13 year old ago yroup. The league would start Jan. 28 nt the YMCA, with games to be played each Saturday afternoon. Y.M.C.A. Basketball f'adoU . CompiUd 1906 A GREAT TRAGEDY marked this year—the San Francisco earthquake and fire, April 18-21. Most of the city was destroyed, 462 lives were lost, property dam- cge totaled $300 million . . . Happier events: Congressional pa«sugc of the Pure Foods and Drugs Act, June 30, and the Third International Pan American Conference In Rio dc Janlcro, Brazil, July 23-Aug. 27 . . , In Europe, the flrst Russian Duma was formed, May 10 and the By WILLIAM RITT, Control Pre«» Staff Writer Terra, If HenneMMey, rf Henri^ueH, c Giblxin.i, IK . . . •Krnyeake. rg . Acos 0 20 Kloe, rg Dinenny Ig Monahan, c O'Neill, rf . Christie, If ................ Q Totals 1 \ 3 .Score at half time: 4-1, Cadets 5. Referee: Carey. ST. lUCIMVHJ S CYO Two motion pictures will be shown thin evening nil u mooting ' of -the St. Hedwig'H Catholic Youth Or- gnnlnntlon. The films are, "The Nativity." and "St. Anthony the Wonder Worker." The meeting Is slated for 7 o'clock In the class rooms uriddr the church. TRUMAN HINTS EXCISE TAX REPEAL AT A PRISS CONFERENCE held in Key West, Flo., vacationing President Harry Truman announces that the Adminlatrotion IB considering repeal of wartime excise taxes. A complete revision of the tax structure, the Chief Executive a so stated, la being made In the hope that the budget will fe.balanccd in 1850. , Harry K. Thaw Carri. Nation Slmplon tunnel, longest In the xvorld, was opened May 30 . . . On July 12 a French court reversed the declHlori in the Dreyfuss case and Capl. Alfred Dreyfuss was restored to rank and promoted . . , Harry K. Thaw, a Pittsburgh millionaire, was accused of shooting to death Stanford White, famed architect.' in New York City on June 215. The case made headline!) for years thereafter . . . The Chicago White Sox (HltleHH Wonders) defeated the Chicago Culm, 4 games to 2, In the World Series. 1907 CARRIE NATION, llrat fa- mou» prohibitionist, launched i:er hatchet raids on Kansas saloonn on Jun. 24 ... Sho did not live to see entablishmcnt of national prohibition 13 years later, dying In, U* d» Forest President Taft 1911 ... A brief financial panic gripped Nc-sv York on On. 22... Oklahoma became the 1Cth Hluie, Nov. ]8 . . . On Doc. ](i the United Slates Navy's "Great While Fleet" began lt« voyage around the world . , . The Chicago Cubs beat the Detroit Tigers 4 Kamcn to none in the World Scries. 1908 TRAGIC LOSS of lives by fire staggered the nation. On March 4 174 children and two teachers died in the Collinwood school (Cleveland) fire . . . Earlier, on Jan. 13, a Boycrstown, Pa., theater flrc claimed 161) lives . . . On April 12, a $0 million lire destroyed Chelsea. Mass. ... In July the Young Turk rebellion broke out in Turkey and on Oct. 5 Bulgaria was declared independent of that country . . . Nov. 3 saw the election of William Howard Taft as President of the United States . . In the World Series, the Chicago Cubs again :lcfcutcd the Detroit Tigers. 4 games to ]. 1909 IJSE DE FOREST wn;i develop-" ing his audlon tube, prrfectlnf; wlreletis telephony, better known today us "radio." His first broad- <:ii«t, the voice of Knrico Cnrunu, operatic tenor, occurred the following year ... On March 21 Turkish rebels dethroned Sultan Atxjul Hainld II. who was succeeded by his brother. Muhammad V ... On April 30 Princt-sii Juliana of the Netherlands was torn . ... On July 25. the world thrilled to the first airplane flight across the English channel, by Louis Bleriot. developer of the monoplane'. . . Following <N-ath of Leopold II, Albert I b.-'-amt- king of the Belgians/Dec. 17 ... The Detroit Tigers .failed to win a World Series (Jf third .straight year. ,(being to.th.- I'jitKburph Pirates, ^ games to :!. Patterson Raps Democrats In Excise Tax "Confusion Cong. James T. Patterson torlay itatcd that "with high tax payments a constant source of irriCa- tion to the American people, tne Democratic - administration in Washington Is now promising nn leetlon present, to the voters In IBfiO, which takes the form of a repeal of CXC)H« or "luxury" tuxes which were Imposed during tha war to lessen the sale or use of so-called "luxury" Items and facll- tics. "The 1948 Republican platform promised repeal of these taxes and Republicans and some coiiHOlcii- tious Democrats in Congress have sought this relief for the taxpayer ,ill during IfMO." Patterson said. ''In contrast," he continued, "tliu President early this year asked frr Increased taxes from Congress, He lelterated the cry for higher taxation many tlmea, but flna'Jy changed his mind during the fail months when unemployment h«d increased to an alarming degree. Meanwhile, Cabinet politicians, including Secretary of Commerce SHWyer and Secretary of Treasury Snydor. called for a reduction of taxes to aid in business recovery. Tho President has now rcportedlv changed his mind once irnorp,, anri favors tho repeal of these 'nuisance' taxes. It would seem that Confusion Unlimited' might bn nn appropriate title for thl« <ieo- nornlc farce which has for its 'vll- l.dn' anyonn who dnren to differ with the administration. Through all threw noU of this traglc-corn;c drnmn no serious thought has been given to a thorough reorganization uf government functions to par'i waste, and UH a result, save bil- lons. This endeavor, if pursued with vigor and sincerity, would allow a sizeable reduction In personal taxes. "Had a Republican policy been followed in the first session at Congress tho people might now bo doing tliulr ChriotmaB shopping ;it a greatly reduced cost, and those who will have u bleak hnlldny resulting from a long period of unemployment might now b« working at a 'steady Job for good wagoa. "When political rather tnan eej- I'omlo thinking govornw Pedorr.i policy, the Individual citizen !« always the.loser." UConn Cagers Play Manhattan Tonight Sl.orrg, Dec. 19—Connecticut will attempt to get bock Into tho bas- kethnll picture here tonight when it lakes on Manhattan, a team that lust year went to tho National Invitational Tournament. A veteran team, as well as one of the tallest In Jnspnr history, will tnlce to the court for the New Yorkers. In Jack Byrnes and Hank f'oppe, tho Jaspers have two of I heir best scorers of last SC a S on available. Byrnoe, who towers to Mix-four, has been named to the all- Metropolitan team for the past two years but Is still recovering from a lug fracture sustained while nlay liiB basketball In the Calsklllg ihls summer. Chuln n,, r FamooH I:N(JI.IHII J • Hi ...... I, ItDMlile llniH - , IMirim Anil T«oln ....... tiijn Kl-K. Jllil.80 ••*»•'• Mouitis' IIICVVI.K niroi> 170 Sou III .Mull, S|,, \Vii(..il, u ,y Yale Doctor Named To N .Y. Commission Albany, N. Y., Dec. 19—(UUI'J — A Yqic psychiatrist In execuu;e secretary of-this New York State Mental Health Commission. Dr. Ernest M. Gruenbert? will receive $12.000 a year as one ,pf tho principal officials of the new commission which -was authorized by the legislature earlier thiH your. Dr. Gruenbcrg In a paratronp veteran and an owilatnnt In the Ynl« department of psychiatry and muntitl hygiene. H*ad* Polio Sports Driv* Grantlmd Rie», dean of American tports writers^ again loads national sports drivo for MARCH OF DIMES January 16-31. Under his chairmanship tho ontiro sports world plodgos 100% cooperation in tho 1950 fight against infantilo paralyiis. ALCAZAR NOW PLAYING William Eythr, In "SPECIAL AGENT" and Klchurd Denning . Sheila Ryan "CAGED FURY" looi.N.riof 1910 UNITED RTATKS population WIIM DCMoa.!!)!. n«-.,r'liiiK to U,«- !3th decennial ccnfci..-, . . . Gi-or^e V bec*.mc"klns<of Kn»:land. May 6, following death of Fj.jv.nrd VJI. . . . 'On May 31 the Union of South Africa was InauKuratcd ... Tho Fourth International Pan American eonf«*rfm-p was held In Buenos Aires. Argentina. July 1.V Aug. .20 ... The nation was Khockef.1 by Ih<- dynamiting; r,f tin- lAtx Ant/i li-.i yi>,,,, hiiildini; on OCV I. Twenty-one w-rr- killrvj! A rovolt. Oct. r>. in Portugal, de- roaird KiriK M«nin-l and rutnb- liBhfd a republic . . . Connie Mack woa his first World Series as his " IfWRIMptila. " AthWlrs defeated the Chicago Cnb«. •» Knmr-a to 1. . N.xf-1911 to 1915 TIJKS., WK:>. and TlirRSDAYj "CASABLANCA" j with Iliimphroy '5'iKart j Ingrld Ii)Pr(ctnJtti ' TTljiude Raini> also .. i . unitrc.^c.'rk.-'Ctifmi I: MISSISSIPIM RHYTHM " wilh I! Davlx Veda Ann ttt>rK\\ — Today — fTN LOVKS'MAKV »nd "AIK IIOSTKSS" Randolph SCOTT BifJUiAMS-JaMllKI , TINGMAM of the PLAINS C/MICO1O* AND CONTE • CO V F»TE*SA -iT^'_ e«rt». COBS • LAWRENCE THIEVES' HIGHWAY BLONDE BAHWr MIDNIU Sho* Ne* Year; Nr. SUNDXY JAM 111 • 'EAST SIDE, WEST SlUt •«JJ>/OVEM John WAYNE V«ro RAISTON _ The FIGHTING KENTUCKIAN PQRN - ofc«r mnr Mr>> WIHDSO* "PROJECT X" •EXT /ITTBUCYIOIM 'GCRONIMO | rrd«MM«u ,tmmm -milt sr TIC is*. Mtw ' lONtstttc rmij NAUGATUCK CHEMICAL IS A SAFE PLACE TO WORK Last year the accident record for Naugatuck Chemical was more than 507^ better than ihc national average for industrial concerns. Naugatuck Chemical DIVISION OP UNITED STATES RUBBER COMPANY "Serving Through Science"

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