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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, December 22, 1949
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rAOB »—NAPQATOCK WEWS (CONN.). CTHmSPAY. DEC. 21. 1MO Chemical Hands U. S. Rubber First Dusty League Defeat Stave Off Late Rally To Eke Out 37-35 Win A It-point .thlrd-tPerlod rally enabled N^ugatuck Chemical to crime from behind and defeat U. S. Rubber. 37-40, in an Industrial Basketball League frame last nicht at the TMOA. In the second game of the cVnnlng, Rltxlon iMfg. remained unbeaten by whipping Bartein Malleable Iron, 54-H8. Laat nlfrht'* lojii wtui the flmt for Rubber and dropped them out of ft tie for Ami place, lenvjng Rin<*on «• the sole resident of the top rpot. Early Rubber opened fast and built up a 7-0 lend b«forc Chemical wrw fln- nlly able to score on a I6ng *et Khot by Bob MctXM-mott. The Kedsmen Increased their lead to H-2 before Chemical scored again, a hoop by L*rry MaKone. and hnd • 1S-4 bulge at the quarter. Chemical out the Rxibber Co. lead to 1B- JJ at the half, paced by the nlllnfr Doc Btanchard who scored four of hit team'* elfrht polnU. In the third period, Rubber In- croiuod its land to 22- H, but with Blunchnrd wCftln paclnir th« 'it- tack, lh» Cfhemlsts scored 17 (traiffhl point* to take a 31-22 lend »t the end of the period. With Ttonnle Bl-vnchard and Jack Fruln Fitting the pace, Rubber began a rHlly In the final (period -which brought them within four points, 97-93, at the automatic time. In lh« final two minute*. Charlie Wo- J»ck flipped In n bucket to cut Chemical'* lead to two pointw, but time ran out before the Kedn <*mld score again. MrDermMt wltih 12 and Blnnch- »rd with 10 points pncec! the Chemical scorers. Ed Furtndo wns hiijh man for Rubber with 12 tnarkft*. nil of which came In tho flrst half, with 10 boln* i«ored In the opening quarter. JiK'k Kruln, Rubber'i hl(fh »<x>rij\ was h-.-fd to nine- Irwnmen Kxonll Kastern Malleable Iron battled tho hertvlly favored i'xtlon quintet on iiven terms for more than throe and one-half periods buforo fodlnir In the final 3 minutes to a 84-38 dwfoat- Rlidon oroened tho '«corine on a bftKhet by Joe Brody, but this wns matched by Charlie Pinks on a sensational loan from half court. Brody put hi* milieu tmck In frnnt with another bittkcl, only to h/ivr Tkmch"rty Unjit thi> court for Iron. fctnll Jurewlcz gnve Rlsdon a tcm- jxirnry <M Inad, but -iiccnsnlvo baskets by Martin and Flnke put Iron In front »-«. After Brody had tied thr count for the Icanue loaders, Flnkn put Iron bock In front trlki Mis third hoop of the period. That wns the last time Iron led. however. A foul bv Jurewlrr* and feukets by Jim E&tn arid Jur«- wlcz Jfave Rlsdon A 13-10 l«nd nt the quarter. They never trailed thereafter. The Ironmen, with only six men In uniform never quit tiytnjj-, howevt-r, and wore In contention ifcnsl of the way. Eaily In tho woond period Rliidon bjjllt up n live-point lend, only to hftvo. It ':ut. to ono Afcnln the Iwvd went up to fly*. to be cut to one again. In the flnnl minute of the half, Jurfrwlcz find Bill Hwunmty unnk and Esran a foul to give tho Tool- mukcvn a 2MK ndvnnliucc nt the Intermix! Ion. Boost Load The winners booatcd their lend to 2S-19 early In tho third period, but with Martin dropping In three fltrntjrht hoops, Iron fought bnclt to cut the lead to three polntB and were trailing 35-20 at the end of toie period. In the final coanto, Iron cut tho Rlsdon margin to four points but could net no closer. George Lttke flipped In four bu»- UeU and Brody throe as Rlsdon spurted to build up their final, 16- polnt margin. Brody wao high man for thn winners with 20 points, 10 In «ach half. Georjro Lltkc, suffering from ft cold, ant out lihe ni-st hulf but came on In tho second half to pace Iho Rlsdon loum. Kin work under the baskets and hl« eljrhtpolnt lain period . npolled the different br- twoen the teams. Jurewlcz, nn ou'- »t*ndinfr performer all evening had 12 points and Lltke fl For Iron. Martin had 13'points, Flnke 12 and Rftwllnson 11 The SOOTM: ChMitlmil Croddo, If Churchill . Mayo, rf . Norton, c McDermolt Mambrlno, rg .. Magone Blnnr.hnrd b f p 000 226 2 1 B 102 . n o 12 000 1 0..2 4 2 10 Tolttl » i«i '"ai 37 Rubtar Purtndo, If « o l Fruln, r f 4 i Chafey. c o 0 Blanchard 2 i Edmonds o o n YackowBkl, rg ...,.'; j o 2 1 IB 5 36 Score at half time: 18-12, Rubber Referee: Weaving, REVIEW OF THE YEAR - March nisdon Brody, If ..... Kpan, rf Lltke ShlllnBkui), c .. Gould Sweeney, lg . . . Jurewlcz, ric .., TnlnlH K. M. 1. Martin, lr Flnke, rf Rawllnson . . Ostrom, l|f . . . Chonko, rg . . b f p . 9 2 20 .317 G 1 11 .102 .000 .102 . B 2 12 21 0 04 h f p . 6 1 13 . 0 0 12 .102 . B 1 1| .000 ,000 1H 2 Sfi Score at half time; 2»-ii>, nigdon Referee: Weaving. Packers, Gaiters Tie For Rubber Company Bowling League Lead With only one week of ploy re- mulnlnif In the first round of ih« U. R. Kubbor Co. M«n'» Intm-dti- )>artrn«nt Bowling UnijfUn, Wator- l»roof Putting «nd Style duller mv. tied for flrht place, with the Boot ttoom In third place, two KAIIPII behind. The Gaiters rolled over Outsore nuUlnir for a three game win to move to tho top «j>nt. ltd Rnxnunkl and Bill DeC»rlo *cor«d 342 n\><\ MO ro»p«ctlvely to give tho O«y- leemen high leam ncoren of liRD and IflRO, Waterproof Packing won tr.nir Unit game with Tennis MnUlnjT, 640-532; lost the Rocond, 542-3Yr>, but manaued lo boimcn back nnil capture the final, filM-BlS. Tlm l\vn wlnK kept the Packern In n. dp for the coveted crown. Matty .Tnnkcfv- nkl won hl«h Klngle with a 113 l?amn while Ulll Woodn featured for the lonoro with a 351 net. The Boot Room lout an opportunity to make It n Ihroe wny tin for firm place by dropping ii 2-1 decision to the Mechanics. t'lio Mechanics, paced by Capt. Frank Cnrlnon, won thn first Rame '>v one pin, 602-501 to drop the Boot- or« to IhlriJ plncn. Chnrlle Angla!ll- lo with 312 V/nB high man for Uic Uootmon. In tho final mutch of thn «MI- n|f, Loiiln Mariano Won hi,<ti thr««, tallying a 889 score an Tnn- nln Mill-Mold defeated Outnoln rutting. 3-0. Dick Keller ntnrred f. r . ti . , . /1/.CA.A. BALL. ToaRriEy /rt SEATTLE- 9AM FRANCISCO COPB INVlTATtOH (N NEW YORK PANE BASKETBALL /G MAMED THE SCHOOL'S ATHLETIC P/KSCTOR fAU AT ai/LF- GTREAM Louis Shea To Leave Bob Markovic Named Standing Wfltnrproof Pack.. M Style Onltor »0 •AMOHf l» NIW INAiAND »O« to YIARtl ^^NM.W^CO. WKMM.KUn.MAU. S^^'^O^ Boot Uoom TonhIB Making . Tonnln MIllMoll) i Mochnnlcnl Wtttorproof Mill. 28 26 24 22 14 7 12 12 14. 1(1 Ifl 20 28 95 .711 .tine .nn .17-3 TO ALL OUR NAUGATUCK FRIENDS A Very Merry Chrtetmas « and A Most Prosperous Ne\# Year United States Rubber Company Footwear Plant Naugatuck, Conn. For Florida January 15 Yankees Arrange Employment For Spec In St. Pete's Frank "Hpnn" Shan, of Naiiitn- tuck, Now York Ynnkno liurlnr, will TO to HI. Polomburg, Fin,, Jan. IB, lin reported to tliu NIOWH ynntor- (Iny. Jin will work In tho Florida ri'aort city until about. March 1, when itprlng training itoln under wny. "Spec" Hrild Unit lie linn heori m>- rnd nmploymnnl by Art bur "Find" Pnttemon, Yankee road nncrolury, Aftnr a recent, physical checkup nt Johnii Mopklnn InHtUuln, Bultlmorn, "Spec" wan told that hlH iroubin In n chronic cold In hUs neck and shoulder, and that to oiitnlnatn the l.roubln ho nhould bo itiirnftil not to '>n nxpoHCul to cold, raw wnullior too often] It In hnllevnd dint the Yanlinnd bavn nncurnd thn loral hurlrr dm Klorldu nmployinonl no dial any mich condition whluh ml(,;lil iillll nx- l»l will have cleared up by the time spring training rolln arounil, "Spnc" wan nothnrnil by t)i« r:o«- dlllon throughout the limt iioaMon, HB won but, one Knmo, that In a inc-lnnlng rnllnf ntlnt oarly In thn niianon. Lulu in July hn wn.i H nnl [Jown to Niiwark of thn Intnrrui- lonnl League In the hope that he could work himself bitclt Into Khnpn, >ut hn ntlll could not nilJiiNt. lln wns rocullnd to thd tc/mi Hopt. fl and mado only one appearance hereafter, that in relief. Tilnmlny, Tommy Mntirlith, Vim- koo Hlitr, nald of "Hpnc," "lilvfi Mm i good right arm and he'll be n winner all tho way." Henrlch, Interviewed at New Haven, nald that 'Spec" IB 'a '({rout guy with all tho pitching ability In tho world," YMCA Tankers Sink Torrington, 40-34 The Ntiugatuck YMCA BVJ iv- mlng tram milled lo defeat tlii Torrington Y taiikern, 40-IM, |.,,,| nighl at the Local Y pool. Th; locrpi npottnd Torrington n 6-:j lend by dropping dm opening m.f, the 120-yard rnlay, but rnllicnl '..•> win the next four, leading Ur.m I he third r««co on. The lonaln copped flfMt pln.:n in flvn of thn night nvnnlfi. TJ»e (ummary: l?0-vnrd medley rnluy--won by Torrlnnfon, < llmxr/.y.n, nVlll, Knur- nnv) Tlmn, 1:13.2. 220-vard froeMlyln, won by Set-in- tori (N); Rfirnnd, Nnvlnr., (T); third, Knllny. (N). Time, 2:2n.f. 40-yard irnoHlvIe, won by Wli'..i'. (N); eonond. Ke:irnev, (T); ihli'd, J^nPnn-o, (T). Tlmn :20. Dlvlnif, won bv Nixon, (N); h<^;- rind, Killlany, IT); third, JTurlfi'i. (T), I'olnlii, HI'. 100-yard trnenlylo, won by Bhidv (N); MiTond .Blnnowlc/,, iT); third, Novlnw, IT). Tlm«, :5(), HK)-yiml breiiHtstrolc'd, win by Belli, (T); second. Shnntihan (N), third. Pearl. (N). Tlmn 1;I3.4. 100 -yard hnrknlrokn, won by Bmlth (N); necond, Wlilto. (Ni'; third, Hoaamsa, (T). Tlmn, 1:12,7. 160-yard frnnntyli- rnlny, won by Torrlnglon (Kllllnny, Hurkn, i.n- J'/iffp. Kearney). .Tlrnr. 1 :'M.7 A Jim McNnmoe, former 1. c"J YMCA nliir now Bwlmmlng w.lh thn Conii. U, l.nnknrH, nwttin ri 2 r )<> yurU fin«mylc nxhlblllon, churning the distance In 2:11.2. UOUIIKU-BKATKN Hftrtford, Don, 22 (UP) A 711 year-old mar. IB hospitalized In "fair" condition iiftni' ImlriK beiilnn up In bin hoinn. Thoinan O'l^ough- lln rupoi'tn- that a man knockwd him to thn floor with hlw fl.ilfi nnd look tils wallet conliilnlng al leant $80, Maying-Manager Of Sacred Heart Alumni Hob Mnrknvlc. of Nnugatuc.k, will nerve DM playlnjf-manaKer ,,f y ui Hncretl Heart Hl«h wchnol Alumni Icam for it.n annuiil tilt with tho Hncred Heart, High mihool qulntul, next Monday evening at. thn Walnr- bury Armory. A student at Mar- lannpolln Prep, Bob wan t.ho lond- InK ncorcr on hint, ynur'H Han-nil Heart MlKh CliiiiH U Hlatn vhnni- ploriH. Aliio to nppnnr with thfi Alumni 1» Bobby Paul, of Nmitfn- Ituik, center on hint ynnr'n limrn nnd now n mnmhnr of thn frenh- man quintet at Providence Col- COM.KOK HANKICTMAI.L New JJavon Touchers 70, Aluniril ,'i. . . * ' Toltwlo B2, Denver fiO. Army 45. Ithaca C'olingo 41 Xavlor 7fl, JSiinta Clara 41, NyracuHc 91, Pennnylvanlft 65 Purdue 70, Wnnlern HoMorve 04, Brooklyn Ciillngo Hfl, Qunnim (Jo|. KO 41, Knntiicky 4fl, DoPnul 47 Went Vlrglnl,, U. r ,7, Tomplo Ifl. Hn( '"« """ <», WoHtmltmlor (pa,) JJiakc 58, Idaho 53 Miami (Fla.) 82. MlflB| fl(l |pp| 67. Wanhlngton 03, MlnnewU -1(1, Central Whips St. Hedwig's To Take Over League Lead NaugatuckHostTo Hillhouse Tomorrow Night At Armory Coach Qooi'K" I 1 ". tliiotlwln'.i QreyhouodH madie their lliBt "home" appearance of tho yoar n.l Iho Wntnrbury Armory liwifn'ronv night, playing hoot to a uLrong HIllhouHo High cluib, of New Haven. : The lno:ilB, vvltih. a rooiinl of .inn win In tiii'Bo Blaibj, HIM undni'dogn njralnst Couch Bam Bender's Hill- rluh. 'Phil K'.m City rrew an nvery yuar In Uio pawl ,ux 01 Mven, haw orio of tlm top riulnlndi In t.ho slate, nnd nhould too fa! 1 too skillful for the localH to Imndlr. lilllhouitu bonsts of a I'trontf zone dntqnso, .loinpthln^ iiKnlnal which locnl teams have proved Im- :l.otenl, and a good offimnr- vv]ili;li 'him aiinblvd Ilium to nv«rti'|fn rii'irn than 40 polnti |)or Ka.rni). Nuinia- gnturk's ln?x.pcrloncod flvn r.h-'tiid have plenty of dllllciilty oriKiliIng tho /.ono. Hil'lhouno him Iteniten Ansonln), n tnm whlcih "oiitod WIKhy onrllnr In thn Mcnnmi. Wllby ••njoy'rd n. 20. point Ihlrd-pcrlod and went on tn trounce Naiiatuck fi2-34 1nat week. Tho New HAvencra have- IUK! in N.HV Hrllaln miothnr rilninir nlalr, . Jloffor Currier and Wnlly r> 14 - mon»kl,iin. the prohable Mlarling ffirw/irflH for Naiigadmk, will., Hluxdiik or John Orx^ln nt ,or. word nnd "Rn d - wh!t c ; Bill L nm - '"' " Cl '" l " W " lllnl -hn hack. Eagles, Bulldogs Win Salem Lutheran Church League Games The Itinglon whtppod l.h 41-2'l, and Inn Blil'UlngH detoafi'il the Tigers, 10-8, In Snlom l,uthr-r:in Church BaHknlhiill T>«'agiir! gninni lout. nlnlH at thn Hop Brouk Mi'hufil HIKCI.I. With Sunbury and Lyons f.u- ifc for moHt of the polnln, opnnnil tin n, H!!-IO loud OVIT the Boai'H -il half Mmn, Thn pnir cont.inucicl'i l.bnlr misault on Ihe hoop in Ihi) Miicnnd half, allowing tho ICttglert l.o couMl, homn, , SUhbury' WIIH Ion «cor«r ,'nr i»m n!j?tU>",3l7 rnttrki.'i'u, whlln Lyonw litvil H. KtfciBynriltl, Olson nnd' Onibsn tnlllnd night rac.h for Ilin Mnnrn. /Ph<|ji.Bwll<ln^ii Wnrn hnlcl to ". '1-Ji (Irot hnlf Innd by thn Tlgum, bul: K^jth 11. flrnbnn itmi L,, r j ntnrMr;?i «nlllli(? dn> pni'n, dm f|iilnl.nt. piilliM' a"way' In din third i|imrlnr. CJcahon find T'elel'iKin Mcorod fllx pnlrtln (inch, whlln Larry Terra, wll.h ««v- 'm, wini lilgb for tint loHnrn. Hrnillny 117, WiiiihlriM'tori Hliiln 81). nochnntcf tin, Union 00. CiiinlMliin tin, Tiffin (Ohio) :',l, Jlnnilliin •!«, (Julliign or dm I' flc 3I», Colorado 83, Rice 52. Utah Slate 04, Monlann State 54. . T'Ulipn. (10, TnminBMnii (III. Frank Montoni Paces Mates To 36-23 Triumph H.V KIUNNY CI.YMICK Conlrnl t.tw4i over lti« lead In the; Ornmmer rschool league by vlr- lu«- of a 3H-23 win over St. Hcd- vvljf'H and Hop Etrook'M IOHH to Ml. Fntticlo by i), 87-28 sisoro at tho hlfrh school Kym yesterday nftcr- ri'uon. fjaiom dnfeuioiJ I-»roni«ct 2!)22 In Iho other j?amo, Jn the first grime, nflor Uu- Ic'id ch.ingcd honds irovernl tlroeH in Uio opcnlnrj nilnutnw, Central shot. inhttitd nti:ir thn nlnne nf Iho period anil led 1.0-fi na the fiuarlcr flndud. They Itepl right on ijtilnj; and had a 2I.-B l«art id tjh«i hiilf and lod II4- H at lh« olooe of the t'hlrd fl.-into. FniDltlo Montoni with 10 polnln and ".Porky" Duly with night lod Ilii! wlnnnrn allnrk, v/li||(. Hay So- hlurnnMld pu«iHl tho Union City ';lub with 10 points, 'Tlhe second ff; Hhowpd the vimlly linpruvnd Hulnni ni|intd talui mi early loatl and hold It.« rout of tho way to dofnnt pl•OF|^WD.t. 2022. Th'i Meadow ntrnct, ronihlne I oil B-2 /it thn nrsl period, :I3-IO (v t Imlf Umi), nnd 28-18 ut tho O!OMI< of tho third qtinrter. Don 'MoCimn with 10 polntu and Vjintu Olnon wltih nlnn |«d tlm SftUmi attack, while Vnndltto scored 10 for tho losensi St., JJ-ranolH driirf:«d Hop 73rr.ntli from I lie ranliH v.t Iho unbnutun In MnaJ Kimii; hy |,hn HOOI'P of 87-211, The Church sti-octem led at evoi'y ppi-lod, 0-4, 17-10, and 25-18, SUncon led tlm HI. irninuln boy<« Ith 20 f^iliilii, while "Konny" Far-. rar with lO.nnrt Snwlckl with nl-ghl wnri- thn hlg K u na in u,n M,,,, Brook ;illa«k, Ntnnillng Central Nt. FYanciH H»p Brook Salotn T'COMpM-l. .,.. St. Ht<iiwlK'» TOPfl SI,AHIMf,l) Mnrlilnn, Dno. 22 (Ul>) r urn ttUttmptlntf to had ». mn v break of auto-top Blashlngs. Tho owners of four fjo'nvci ciiini- Including Dominic Hnnnl.'o -,f NIJW Brlluln^-ruporl thul. ihelr canvas has been ripped. Earlier this your, about. 20 nlmllar case* wnrn rnfordnd, ---______ liONT—lllnuk I'noMor Hpiinlul. AimwoiH In liiuiifi of "Hrld". Vicinity Chui'i'li HI. Tof. NOTICE liifitrnuiti'iii nought crtn- Ci'i'iilnn any rnliillvi-M of ,lnhii Cohan/noli, iiNo Itiioun UN .Iiihn, .liihn C«- Imr/.ncli, mill ,l<tlni Coliur/.o- riirli, Into of Mm City of i'liNiiuIr,, Himiity (l f I'lwunlo nnd Htnt,<* of /Vcw .liirftoy. Any ivhtduMi pliMinn c.nntuct, Hhii-nliiin and Olitiniind, i;;;i Murlu;t Street, 1'atnrmin 1, N. - U.S. Rubber Wins First Round Title In Dusty Pin League The U. ft. Uiiblmr Co. nnlrv won lop hotiorii an tin- flr:sl lialf uf Hi" NitlliiMiil Dlvlnldti of di<> Nhiif:ii tuclt Y JmliiMtMnl Council JJnw-ljiiK LniiKiin c:on(;lni.ioil Infll nb;ht. Malt, .lantiu rajiturcd Inillvlilunl high three with (i 3d!) nnd the Kndn won hliihthrco with a 10-18 tin they danfcii.led Lnwlu Knglncorlng to t'lnlnh thn round flvn ginniiH out In front., O«nn Oliiildinir aided thn vlr- tors with a SBO net. Goodyear Glove flnlnhed with n 2-1 win over I'ariion'M Hrrew I'rocl- ucln a« John Karnbitn Met. the juice. Tony CalabrcBC rolled a big 30:j for the loHcni. 1GH Orohman unmr wll.hln one pin of din wtianon'n biiili itlngln «» in- bunged out a 101 game. Grnhmnn hni I i> .'{(I'l n.i| niul lilt. In ii in in lit ••;. Mlko KrimiiSky ;in(J Hluvo Jugwlnh- luid Ml find .'M-t rniipnctlvnly an UronHon'M took a 2-1 win over Kor- mnllc!. Friul Lornnnon wim lop ninri for this KormmicM. In the flniil mnlch until aflnr dm holidays, Hindon Mfj.;. Co. whltp- wnnlmd W, .). Megln'fl to move Into a iln for fourth jilinm. .Si-urn bail a 123 nlfigJe and ,'!20 nut for Itlmlon unit George HolmoM foaturnO for I'llllll HlunilliiK (Int. lUiund) U. .3 Ruttber 33 o iodyi>ur (llovn v.H M win ffing as lit Hlfidon Mfg 2J 21 Bronson'fl 18 24 W, ,1. M.i K Iii M ZH Piirnon'M jo ,'J^ Billy Herman Signs With Oakland Club Han PrnnclHco, J)CR. 22 flj P) Tb<! Oullla.lnl Ai'oriiH luivn i- tbo vnturan major InaKiin inf Billy Herman. Tho 40-ynur-tild Herman says he cxpectn to play the nnllro 200 (rnmo Pacific Coast. Iciigim H<:biuliiln, Till) San Fi'ii.nclH<:<> 8«n)n Itiive sold two |)la.ycrH. They urn In- bler Dirk Liijenkto and outfleld- f'ully Hlckaril, who wnrn Bold to Nnw Ol'leaiiM of Iho Boudmrn Ansoclatlon. ALCAZAR NOW ri.AVINU RANDOLPH SOOTT BARBARA BRITTOM "ALBUQIJERQUE" TKL. 404 FIUIMY r.mi SATIJKIIAY "THE SPOILERS" «-IISl Miirli'iM- Olrtrlih 'lhn Wayne Itandnlpli Sr "Strawberry Roan" 1 with <;rn«' Aulry nnd •"hiiin|i|iin Florin ilrnry Today — NJ-A" ind "MlKNlHKlppI KIlVlllIM" A MF.HHY XMAS nnil A IIAI'I'Y NKW VKAB Randolph SCOTT I „ Bill WILLIAMS.jam NIGH • rBOHTINO MAN I of the PLAINS ~" CfNfCOlO* JIMB I CONTE • corn's* COBS • LAW'RENCE THIEVES* HIO H WA Y Hawley Hardware 120 Church Street Christmas ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES TOASTERS, MIXERS, Etc. Ill HO SLEDS — TOYS SHOE SKATES PVREXWARE, Etc. Phone 4080 We Deliver ^"^•^^•^^^^^K^'^i^K^K^^ CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS!! LAST 3 DAYS TO WIN THIS BRAND NEW $1800 FORD FORDO R SEDAN. SHOP IN NAUCATUCK! 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