Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on April 17, 1951 · Page 6
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 6

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Tuesday, April 17, 1951
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PAGE 6-rNATJGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), TUESDAY, AFIUt 17, 1961, ~~f^'~ " '' " '•' '-_ tm'mj •'' ^m^ - ' .• From The Grandstand By Don Anderson Mighty Kiner Has Struck Out The purchase of Frank Shea's contract by the Yankees is good news for Naugatuck Valley fans. Almost everyone was pulling x'or the big fellow to make the grade again. After hi»; work against the Brooklyn Dodgers Saturday, the New York management decided that the Naugatuckian might be a handy piece of equipment-to have around. Outside of two home runs, Shea wasn't in much trouble. (After the game he said that Roy Campanella teed off on a waste pitch, but Duke Snider really got hold of a :ast ball.) '...•-. With Allie Reynolds and Vic Raschi not exactly in the best of health. Shea could be a big help, if he regains some of the poise he had In 1M7, when he was the American League's top rookie. Tommy Byrne continues to be the Yankee's Rex (Wild Man) Barney, and Tom • Morgan .la relatively untested. . ' ••- Another encouraging factor of Shea's Saturday showing was the fact that he only -walked one man. His control has been a problem for three ( Beaspns,..but now he appears to have found the range. Spec almost got his first'major league home run against the Brooks He slugged,one right off-the top of the right field fence, missing a four master by-inches, but-settling for a double, scoring one run. Ha later .scored. . Frank wasn't wearing his old familiar number "20" in the Brook- >yn game. 'Clint Courtney, the bespectacled backstop has it. Spec wore number, "19". , - . . Pete Mlllington, who pitched for the Trenton, N. 3., American ion baseball team when they beat Naugatuck in the regional Playoff* at Torrington in 1948, is now a freshman at Rider College where he is one of the top pitchers with the school nine. • :> _ I>on MlnnJck, the other pitcher who beat Naugatuck for Trenton in. the reglonals, Is now In the Cleveland Indians' organization , . John "y Morris, who managed the Waterbury Timers for a spell tost season, before the Colonial league folded, is on the roster of the i^^Lf*? 6 " 1 ^"S" 6 £ hlb -. After he left Waterbury, Morris handled the-Parts team of the Mississippi-Ohio League off Sf l^M 1 "*^™ ^"i"" 6 * 1 P 61 " 80 " 01 appearances'by team members off the field. This edict takes In radio and television. The Phillies management believes that the National league champ's slum" late Labriola Guest Speaker At Father-Son, Basketball Feed R»™n has b^n Pitching pretty good ball for the Fordham Rams, but for some reason isn't given starting assignments Georee ~° odi S n f to display his wares as a catcher =™. * y , had * chance to K° soutn f°r two weeks at the Boston Braves' spring training camp, but Vin turned down the offer to be on hind for the opening of the college season. Could be he regrets not going " B< f underwa y » e *t licenscs Saturday. Town hav been stock «' raised fish, parto^that aren't fenced off for the hids, SS*to). < ( :.. The '.'Ramblih'' Rose," owned hv Tim ti,,v,v i « », driven by "Happy" Jensen of Waterbu?y hfs be en havf augatuck ' ™* season at the Plainville track Sunday afternoons I g f sufccessful car finished fifth, and third in,th e feature. °a ces . nt aCt '° n the Too Late To Classify r , p . ' -"• Gesseck Elected Interdepartnient League President r or woman for full time work In bakery store. Call in person at 171 Maple St. after 1 p. m. PROBATE . District ol Naugatuek. ss. Probate ararf. April : 16, 1951. .Estate of Ferdinand Semrow. late of Naugatuck, within said District, de- deased. Whereas, application has been made to this Court for permission to sell cer- aiin real estate, belonging to said estate, as application "pii (lie more fully appears. It.Js • OJiDEftED, That the foregoing application be heard; and.-determined at the Probate OIflc&-in Nausatuch on the 20th day of April, 195J.-at 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon arid tlie.Court-directs s»M Executrix to give notfcSe"to' all persons interested in .said -estate to appear, if they see cause, and be heard thereon, by publishing this order one time 'in a newspaper haying.a: circulation In said district, all on or before tlw 17th day of April, A. D. 1951. and return .make' to the Court of notice given. ' - •' ' Attest. ANN N. UNDERBILL. • ; Clerk. ' ;.,-• PROBATE NOTICE District of Naugfituck. ss. Probate Conrt. April 16, 1951. :. Estate of Frederick H. Holbrook. late of Beacon Falls, within said District, deceased. Whereas, application has been made to this. Court, tor permission to sell certain real estate belonging' to", said estate, as application on file more fully appears, it is " - ' ." ORDERED. That the foregoing application be heard and determined at the Probate Office in Naugatuck on the 20th day ol April. 1951, at 2 o'clock in tHo afternoon and the Court directs said Administrator to. give notice to all persons interested In said estate to appear.-,i( they see'cause, and be heard tlrereon. by publishing, this order one time .in a newspaper having a circulation in said district, also by leaving with or by mailing in letters, postage prenaid. from Naugatuck. a copy of this order to all parties interested and residing without the Brobte District of N'aiigatuck. all on or. before the 17th flay of April. A. D. 1951, and return make*to the Court of notice given . ' •" Attest. ' ANN N. -TINDERHILL. '.' •' ---'.. Clerk. The United States Rubber Co., Foot-.vear Plant Men's Interdepart- ment Bowling League held its 15th annual banquet at Colombo Hall on Saturday night, Joseph Gesseck was elected president ana Chuck Johnson and Tony Bachinsky were selected to assist him as secretary and treasurer nespectively. Prizes for the season were awarded to the following: First Round— Lolo Triano and ."Pete Rugger! High Single; Matt Jankowski, High Three; Waterproof Millroom, High Team Single; Boot Room, High Team Three; Wally Jagello, Hi^h Average; Second Round: Pete Ruggeri, High Single; Ray Carnoroli High Three; Boot Room and Waterproof Packing, High; Wally Jagello, High High Average. One-ball prizes went to Jack Fruin, Lolo Triano, Frank Caul- Held, Tanny Stabl&y, Matt Jankowski, Bete Ruggeri and Wally Warren, Plaques were awarded to the Boot Room, winners of the league, and to Waterproof Packing, runners-up. The following players .rn • ceived individual trophies: Charlie Angiolillo, Lolo Triano, Joe G«s- seck, Stan Bottorf, Joe Incardona ami Steve Knapik, Boot Room bowlers, and the Waterproof Packing team of Chuck Johnson, Lew Pichulo, Frank Baker, Matt Jankowski, Bert Mahaffey, Kas Marciszonek and. Ed Borzino. A large attendance is expcctei tonight at the YMCA Little Pr League, Father and Son banque at the Y starting at 6:30 o'clock. Jerry Labriola, former Nauga tuck High school star, now attend ing Yale university, and a playe: on the 1950-51 Eli hoop team, wil be the featured speaker on the program. During the couse of the evening- the Naugatuck, News trophy wil be presented to the Eagles tean by News' Sports Editor Don An derson. The Eagles copped this year's championship, succeeding the Post 17 American Legion team Movies of some of the important Yale games will be shown by Mr Labriola. Harry Benham, well known Yale fooftball personality, will act as master of ceremonies for the affair. . It was decided to combine the annual father and son banquet with the Little Pro affair, instead of holding them separately. Bucs Blast Blackie In National Loop Opener At Cincy The Pittsburgh Pirates opened the 1951 National League baseball season with a 4-3 victory over,.the Cincinnati Reds at Cincinnati yesterday before 30,441 frozen fans, The bucs opened up on lanky Ewell Blackwell, getting all four runs in three innings. Cliff Chambers and Bill Werle divided the .hurling, duties for the boys from the Smoky city. Blackwell, who is being counted on to rack up 20 victories for the Reds this year just didn't have it He gave up seven hits in the three frames that he appeared. Ski Club Elects Frank Midden Pres. The Naugatuck Ski Club last night elected Frank Madden as president in its first election anc annual meeting. Mary Reilly -was placed as secertary and Chester Is- be]l as treasurer. The meeting, held at the YMCA last night, was the last.formal meetrcg of the season Tentative plans were made for summer activities. A -first aid courot for members, supervised by Tom Ineson, will begin in the near fu ture.. Members who signed up wil be notified. ABOUND AGAIN Hamilton, N. Y.—(NEA)—Pau Bixler is starting his fifth season as Colgate's head football coach. FOR THE VERY BEST IN TELEVISION Yon <an always do better at ^LINCOLN STORE Watertmry's Largest DEALERS ,«. BEST SERVICE • BEST GUARANTEE • BEST INSTALLATION* EASIEST TERMS ~T^ PRICES • BIGGEST CHOICE . i .Free Trial... Choose from 15 Best Known Makes £incoln 0 Store 61 WEST MAIN ST. SEE us FOR YOUR GARDENING SUPPLIES FERTILIZER LIME SEED LIME GAMS, IMC, Maple St. — TeL 3507 CHINA INN 41 Harrison Ave. Waterbury, Conn, • Cho'w Blein To Take Out Family Dinners—Tues to Fri. 11 a. m. to 10 p. m. Sat 11 a. m. to 12 p.m. ' Sun. 12 a, m. to 13 p. m. noon Baseball Clinic For Little Leaguers Slated For Borough Plans for baseball clinics .for Little Leaguers in seven Connecticut towns and cities were outlined last night at the second annual Connecticut Little League dinner in Middletown. Mickey McConnell, of the U. S. Rubber company's Little League program, described the clinics briefly, one of which will be held in Naugatuck. Others are scheduled for Waterbury, Stamford, Meriden, . New London, New Haven, and Middletown. The clinics will be conducted by Mr. McConnell, and Arch Allen, baseball .coach at Springfield college, and will be held sometime in June. Other detail's will be' announced later. Carl Stotz, head of the national Little League organization, spoke o the gathering on the importance of preserving the Little League. Mr. Stotz stayed overnight in Naugatuck last night, with his brother Ralph, of the Peter J. Foley League. Rev. Robert Keating of Cheshire, issued an appeal for 90 radios for the Cheshire Reformatory, and the Meriden School for Boys, with whom he is affiliated. A collection for a television set for one of the institutions was started at last night's affair. Another TV set has been donated by the Waterbury Exchange club. Those attending from Naugatuck included: Russell Weaving, Gerald Stopper, Frank Wooster, Albert Benz, Raymond Raker, Jack Ashmore, Ralph Stotz, Frank Neary, Leo Moraski and Otto MeCarm. Gerald Stopper, president of the Peter J. Foley League,- announced today that there is still- plenty of room at the Little League World Series movies at the Congregational parish house tomorrow night at 7 o'clock. Over 300 Entries Expected In Rubber Pin Tournament The second annual U. S. Rubber Company, Naugatuck ' Footwear Plant, Wirth- Linden Memorial Bowling Tournament, is expected to haVe at least 300 contestants, i •was announced today by plant of ficials. The affair is slated fo Saturday at Annenberg's Alleys for 0 a. m. to 9 p. m. .Entries are still coming in, ac :ording- to the members of' thi :ommittee. in charge of arrange ments. ^The committee includes Thomas,..Dillon, general chairman 31ara : -Stinson, Tessie Masi; Sylvia Smith, Josephine DeCarlo, Helen D losf!. Ann Yvasauskas, Robert Alen, Ann Peterson, John Estes, Ear Hankey, Chuck Johnson, Ray Car narbli, Joe Besseck, Tony Bachin- ,ky, and Leo suields. Boston — NEAK-i.,-Quarterback, Boston College's weakest point last fal, again lomos as the Eagles' biggest football problem. REPAIR WORK ON ALL MAKES OF CAltS G. M. C. —Sales TBt'CKS Service— J- C. Raytkwich, JR. AUTO ACCESSORIES 106 SOUTH MAIN 81 Telephone «09g ^^^^^ ALCAZAR Cent. Performance 6 to 11 p. m. — TODAY — Today, Wed., Thurs. ALSO ElTHEBTHE BlBSON SPOKE... OR HIS:FisTOtS DIDI... CROWN JOEL McCREA Currier Electric Co. 86 Church, St. ' Tel. 4164 Household - Commercial Industrial Wiring and Repairs. Westinghouse, Norge and International Harvester Refrigerators Kent A LAWN HOLLER ; $U(H) perday WAXER—SOc a day • WEISS BEN FRANKLIN STORE S3 Church St, Naugatuck EXCHANGE BINGO 14 North Main St. V ; Waterbnry, Conn. Open Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Afternoons Free Series At 1:30 Open Thursday, Friday and Saturday Nights - Free Scries ;At 7;30 A different feature each afternoon and Evening 300; employees will bowl in our Second Annual Bowling Festival "this week Uitited States {Rubber Company Naugatuck Footwear Plant . Quality Since 1843 Stengel Names Frank Shea As Starter In Friday Game In a- surprise announcement, yes- terady, after the 1951 American League opener was rained, out a Washington, manager Casey Sten gel of the Yankees named Nauga tuck's. Prank Shea to. hurl the firs game of an afternoon -and nigh twin bill .in the .Capitol City Fri day. President Truman will be on hand for the afternoon game, am --•" 1 tow- out the -first ball. Stengel named rookie. Tom Mor gan to oppose the Nats in the nigh g-ame. . ,, -.. His decision to use Shea as a starter Friday, indicates that Sten gel -rates Frank at the top of hi second line mound corps, in spite o the fact that 'the boroughite . ha: tosssd. only 15 2-3 innings.of exhibition- ball this year. In an unusual move for a base ball manager, Casey named his pitchers for the week. He use his big winner, Vic Raschi in today's- opener at Yankee Stadium with the Red Sox; Ed Lopat agains the : Sox tomorrow,, and Tomm> Byrne for. the Boston windup on Thursday, with Shea and Morgan for the Friday twin bill. . It was generally figured that Shea would get work as a relief pitcher, before he was used as a starter, Bob. Porterfield or Fred Sanford -were considered the candidates for the No. 5-spot. TODAY'S GAMES American league (last Season's Records) Boston at New York—Wight (106) vs. Raschi (21-8), 2:30. Washington at Philadelphia — Night)—Kuzava (9-10) vs. Shantz 8-14), 8:00. Cleveland at Detroit — Lemon 23-11) vs. Newhouser (15-13), 2:30. Chicago at St. Louis—Pierce (126). vs. Garver (13-18), 2:30. National leagrue (Last Season's Records) Philadelphia at Brooklyn—Roberts (20-11) vs. Erskine (7-6), 1'30 New York at Boston—Jansen (1913) vs.. Bickford (19-14), 2:00. St. Louis at Pittsburgh—Poholsky (0-0) vs. Dickson (10-15), 3:00. Cincinnati at Chicago — Raffens- bcrger (14-19) vs. Hiller (12-5), 2:30 Tel. 2944 Por Btmmnr Times Continuous Dull/ 1:59 to 11 P. M. A If I^P • Mi MM PLAYHOUSE Today, Wed., Thurs. "Bird of Paradise" ThcrSouth Seas Romance In Beautiful Technicolor • •' • plus "Missing Worncm" • •••'•"- -.-'--?/ -News :- ....".3;,.,- Fri., Sat.—"Lightning Strikes Twice" and "City Lights" Mailane Decisions lem Harvey; Jones Halted In Third Naugatuck's Pat. Mallane weath ered the storm in the last round and emerged with a six cision over Lem Harvey of Nev York, in the semi-final 'bout at th Brass City Sports Center" las night. In the feature, Charle Eagl-e, making a long delayei comeback, decisioued Claude Rolf of Tampa, Fla. A new scoring system was testei at the Center last night. It is th idea of State Athletic Commission er Prank Cerlanek. After eacl round, the referee announces th score. Mailane, who battled Harvey to & draw in a Hartford bout severa weks ago, was in command throughout the light. A flurry in Ihe late seconds of the final rounc had the local youth in some difflcul !y, but it came too late. Both boys tipped the scales ai 136. Beach Jones, another Nau?atuok lan wasn't quite as fortunate as Mailane. Beach was sent to the canvas by Jamie Edwards of New lork, four times, before Referee Hugh Devlin stepped in and halted the proceedings in the third round of a scheduled four. KINDONE BEATS MURPHY Underdog- Joe Rindone was awarded a decision over Irish Bob Murphy, when the latter felled Rindone with a low blow in the sixth •ound.:of a scheduled 10 at Boston ast night. *>•.. LAKE HOT7TK C-A MEHIDKK ROAD NEAll HITCHCOCK LAKE NOW PLAYING Jane Powell - Bicardo Montalban "TWO WEEKS WITH LOVE" George Raft "OUTPOST IN MOROCCO" Wed. "Tripoli" and "Mrs. Milm" Slinv.'h TTItely TIIITH or shine I)ii sk I'll HIM night Cliililren JfKKK! Bring the kiddles, Snuelc liar. Cartoons. Smukc. tut, relax In car speakers. 1'crtect vision. . ALTON XKWIS CO. Plumbing and Heating Contrition SS Yean i Expertence Tel. Naugatuck 6260 For Inunediat* and f'^t)nf,'<i Servliv Naugy Recreation KeM Naugatuck High will be seeking: its first win in two s£arts, when it stacks up against the'Vilby Wild- oats this afternoon at Recreation Field in a Naugatuclc Valley League encounter, the first pitch slated for 3 o'clock. - ' ' Coach George Goodwin has named Bob Fenton to , go to the rr.ound for the Greyhounds. Fenton showed good stuff as a member of. the Post 17 American Legion team last summer. He has seen very limited service with the Garnet nine. In the opener last Saturday, the locals dropcd a 3-2 decision to Torrington in the -ninth inning^ If Fenton should falter," Al Crosswait or Manny Matos will probably relieve. Both saw service on the mound last season. Matos is the regular left fielder, -and Gross-wait patrols the center -meadows. Coach Johnny McKenna of Wilby is expected to use Joe latonni as his starter. latonni, a football player, has a pretty good, fast ball but not much of anything else The Garnet should .enter the contest as a slight favorite.. The Wilby school color is green, and so is the ball club. urtt „, , cu .., WOW NIUItlMIS COKEcr.IWMII HMUNCt Gary COOPER _. Jane GREEK . YOU'RE IN THE NAVY NOW Millard MITCHCU _!^ddi«ALieKf GAR"ON . PJDCEON BLOSSOMS tatb« war _»!»» J.!£ItlI it. Wed., Thurs., ,Fri. & Sat. Return of the and ;• " : "Kill The Umpire" .. ILiiKf; Tillies Tonight 1 "My Foolisli Heart" also • •• "Armored Car Bobbery" ; Box Office At 0:30 P. M. Show Starts At 7:0»P. M. 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