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PAGE 2-NAPGATPCK XEWS (CONN:). SATURDAY, MAY 1951 0ne Hitter At Bucs; Lopat Wins Fourth 84 (By United ress Curve. Balling: ;^al Maglie threw one - hi t Jb e r yesterday as the Giarife wBfppea Pittsburgh 54 before a slender ^Ladies' Day crowd of .3,947 at; New Yorkf • Fete CaStftllojfre ieapp'ed Maglie s second pitch of the gainrfor a triple. Maglie, held th? Pirates hjUcss the rest, oic; the .way while £ri n V^™ a ^^ by ^Thomson! Hank Thomson; tfohnfey Jorfren son and Monte Irvin^were S 1ap\ ping homers. . - • *^ r,,^?*fi i0 1f -%W*>n an infleld out in the flrstlinning. The Giants bounced back' witt, three runs in then- half of the first BEAT BOSTON E lu^ P *£ Hal-Newhouser set the slugging -Boston Refl Sox down wth five hits as the Tigers belt Boston, 8-i; at Detroit. 1 > 1 f fi^ h u 0l !fi r lost his Cutout in -rPrt J f^: Wll6n BobbjK Doe-rr hom- =red behind Vern Stevens' triple to ?ut the Red Sox ahead, 2-0 Yanks First m£ h( Vl^ W , Y01 * Yankees moved into first place in the American League last night, with an 8-1 victory over .the St. Louis -Browns Ed Lopat ..was the starter and fin" over the Chicago Cubs, Hank ;SaUer was responsible for all the Club's scoring with a home run. A grounder that looked like a sure-fire double play ball took a crazy bounce in Brooklyn. Arid thereby hangs the tale of how- the Cincirraati Reds .beat the Dodders Over 110,000 Expected To Watch Yearly Run For Roses h Mantld slugged his sec- home run of the season with one on in the sixth. r ^ US f. Me y er - Philadelphia Phillies pitcher provided his own winning margin with a two run sine?e >n the fifth inning, to beat the It Louis Cardinals 6-4 • NATIONAL LEAGUE Yesterday's Results New York 5, Pittsburgh 1. Phladelphia 6, St. Louis 4 Boston 9, Chicago 3, Cincinnati 5, Brooklyn 4. THE STANDING „ . W. L. Pet. G.B. B ° ston ............. 12 -7 .632 — St. Louis ...... .... 8 5 615 1 Pittsburgh ........ 8 6 .571 IV, " ........ . Brooklyn .......... 9 8 .529- Philadelphia ....... 9 g- . 52 g 2 Chicago ... ........ 6 8 ]429 s% Cincinnati ....... 6 0 -40& 4 .New York ...... . . . 6 13 .316 ,6 '• Today's Cannes, pitchers Cincinnati at Brooklyn— Raffensberger (0-2) vs. Van Cu'yk (0-2) Chicago at Boston — Killer <.2-l) or Mirrner (1-2) vs. Sain (1-2.) Pittsburgh at New York — Koski (0-0) vs. Hearn (2-2). St. Louis at Philadelphia— Munger (0-1) or Brecheeri (2-0) vs. Church (1-1).. (By United Press) The entries are in. And the biggest Kentucky Derby field since 1928 is all set to run for the roses today at Louisville. Yesterday hopeful trainers and owners dropped their Derby hopes into the entry box at Churchill Downs. When the final count was made, the names of .23 of this country's. best three-year-olds' were entered for the mile and one-quarter classic. ; . ' If the -weather forecast for today holds up, the field probably will Jose at least one starter. But a 22- horse cavalry charge down the Churchill stretch still would be the greatest since Reigh Count won it 23 years ago. ' ' ' There was a light rain at Louisville track yesterday but the forecast nails for clear skies and a fast track for the race. That would eliminate "Kings Hope." The Mrs F Snarpe colt will start onl v if the track is heavy. . < Since it's a wide open race— no one norse.a: stickout over the others -the thousands of fans gathering Louisvlfle are paying j ust as That's the one reason "Battle Morn," from .the -Cam Hoy stable ' aVhe morilent - He'll be ie Arcaro, a four-time HEAR Warden HARRY L. ON WBRY -6:45 WATR -7:00 SUNDAY EVENING MAY 6th AMERICAN LEAGUE Yesterday's Besults New York 8, St .Louis 1 Detroit 8, Boston 4. Philadelphia 3, Cleveland 1 Chicago 6, Washington 5. THE STANDING W. L. Pet. G.B New York 12 4 .750 — Washington 10 4 714 i Cleveland 9 4 .692 1% Chicago '.7 7 ; 500 . 4 '' £ etroit4 5 7 .417 5 St Louis 4 12 .250 8 Philadelphia 3 13 .188 9 Today's Games, Pitchers New York at St. Louis Raschi (3-1) vs. Johnson (0-0). Boston at Detroit — Scarborough (1-0) vs. Hutchnson (1-0). Washington at Chicago—Kuzava (2-1) vs. Cain (0-2). Philadelphia at Cleveland—Shantz (0-2) or Fowler (0-1) vs. Garcia (1- If only 19 start, this would be the Hchest derby in its 77-year history. The winner, with 19 starting, would • V » $97 ' 050 ' ?55 ° mor ^ tha ° ' won in. 1946. Every horse Eive the wlnLr an - Heavy Smoke Damage Caused In Cassidy Building Blaze Considerable damage to furniture, equipment and walls was caused by smoke which swept through the offices and stores of .the - Cassidy Building, 37 Leavenworth street, shortly before 11:30 o'clock last night, as the result of, which was* confined to the cellar of the building. Fire Marshal Eugene Legge said the fire started in the cellar. Th>R. P. Sriggs Co., on the street floor suffered the most damage. Transferral Jesse Mel. Carter will ba transferred-; to New Britain May 13, after having served as district commercial manager of the Southern-New England Telephone Co., in Waterbury, *or several years. He -will assume a similar 'position in New Britain. , • Gordon ~C. Knight, who is now serving in the Hartford office will succeed Mi-. Carter. • New Airliner ON THE AIR TODAY Unlted States airlines next "year The new 0 *^'"* 0 SCTV ' Ce With six President Bill Corum expects a crowd of 110,000 and predicts a new derby betting record The rec ord is $l,ooo;253.42 bet in 1847 when Jet Pilot" scored. RH Raiders. tASTABZA HALTS MITCHELL Roland LaStarza 189, defeated Vern Mitchell 191, by a TKO in the eighth round last night at St. Nicfe olas Arena. LaStarza had battered Mitchell throughout the bout and slammed him to the canvas' for a nine count shortly before he put him away for good. FIGHT INFLATION Through increased productivity and production we must produce the volume of goods that will absorb the dollars that are chasing scarce goods and driving prices up today. United States Rubber Company Footwear Plant Quality Since 1843 Greyhounds Travel To Torrington For Clash With Raiders Naugatuck High's unpredictable Greyhounds go after their third league win of the season this afternoon, when they tangle with the league leading Red Raiders of Torrington High in the New" City Coach George Goodwin's locals have won two and dropped the same, number. Their wins were over Wilby, and Gilbert. .The losses came at the hands of Torrington and Crosby. In the last game played by the teams, a ninth inning rally bv Tor- rinirton gave the visitors a 3-2 ver- diet. is coach Goodwin's :naice to go- against the Carroll was' effective e Raiders in the other . . _ eight innings, but ran out of gas in the ninth The local .mentor will probably go along with,his usual lineup. EASTERN LEAGUE Yesterdays Results Hartford 6, Scranton 5 Elmira 7, ScheWtady'3 Binghamton 3, Villiamsport 1. Wilkes-Barre 6, Albany 2. STANDINGS ,, , W L Pet. GEL -& If * 10 ° 1-000 — Hartford 7 3 700 „ Schenectady 5 _ 4 , 700 ^ Scranton ,. .. ^ ft AKK ti7 A ILL ' • • . . U D .4DO 5V' Albany 4 5 ... "7 Wilkes-Barre' ..'..... 4 6 400 6 Binghamton ....... 3 7 ' 300 7 Williamsport i g ,m gl/<] ' Today's Games Hartford at 'Schenectady. Albany at Binghamton. Only games scheduled. Snyder Attacked Joseph P. Falcone, president of the Greater Waterbury CIO Indus-, trial iJnion Council, yesterday attacked Mayor Raymond E. Snyder' after Frank J. Green, resigned, as coordinator of Waterbiiry Civil Defense. Mr Green submitted his resignation less than 24 hours after Falcone charged that CD authorities tahrir g:led th9 job " of Developing- labor-management relations in the ° game, Republican Headquarters ELECTION DAY MONDAY. MAY irth George Washington was the only President of the United States who never lived in the 19th century RE-ELECT . FOR WARDEN FIRST WARD TELEPHONE 6406-4075 SECOND WARD TELEPHONE 2541-0542 THIRD WARD TELEPHONE 7025 -- 7053 FOR TRANSPORTATION TO THE POLLS CALL ANY OF SHE ABOVE TELEPHONE NUMBERS ... PULL THE TOP LEVER... put .the blame on the'CIO for ttie loss of Mr. Green as coordinator was accused by Falcone of attempting 'to becloud the matter." FroehlL'j Due Back From Detroit Meet George Froehlich, president of Local 45, United Rubber Workers CIO, is expected back from Detroit today where he has been attending the international meeting of the union called by L. S Buckmaster, international' president. John Butler and Raymond Men- e-acci of Local 45, President Flavo Marmello, Local 218, and President Arthur, Calder, Local 308, returned from the meeting but no report was made public. Mr. Froehlich remained behind to attend the executive conference. An indication of what may result from the meeting -was given recently in an announcement by Mr. Buckmaster declaring,that the wage gains of 12 cents an hour made last winter by 200,000- rubber workers has been wiped out in a "wild wave" of inflation. ' ' Salem Brotherhood To Visit Bridgeport Members of the Men's Brother hood of the Salem Lutheran church and their wives will be guests ol the Brotherhood of the Salem. Lutheran church on Park avenue, Bridgeport, at- .a meotthg Monday evening. '•: Local men will furnish the program for the evening,, ifter which a social hour will be held. The Rev. Donald L. Kent, pastor of th local church, will lead the delegation from Nauga.tuck. . 'David EbersoJe, president of the local Brotherhood, requests those planning to attend to meet at the church, from where cars will leave at 7 o clock. Notices PROBATE KfOTICE Hummel Little League Opener Set June Ninth Seymour The-player auction of the George J. Hummel L'ittle League will be held on Thursday, 'May' 10 at'Sey- mour High school at 7:30 o'clock At this -time, team managers will bid for various players. Opening day ceremonies for the league will take place on Saturday June 9. The committee appointed to plan for the opening day'cere- monies at Casagraride Field-'include George' Vaughan, chairman' LeRoy Dobbins, Robert Smith, John Kolb, and Anthony Paulousky. „ Wounded in Korea Marine Sgfc Stephen Zuraw, Avon street, Ansonia, and husband of the former Bette Nestor of Seymour, has been wounded in action in Korea, according to a Defense department telegram to his wife' A World War II veteran, he reenlisted in 1948; and has been awarded the Bronze Star with V for the Inchon to Seoul campaign and the Legion of Merit medal for action at the Chosin reservoir. The couple have an infant son Pfc. Siwanowicz Presented Marine Sharpshooter Medal (Special to The News) Parris Island, S. C. (By Mail)— Marine Private First Class Paul Siwanowicz, 19, son of Mrs. Victor Siwanowicz- of 187 Spring St., -WBRY—Stars : Over Hollywood WWCO-WTIC—News WATR—Navy Hour WLCR—News . Otrthe Record -WTIC—Farm and Home Hour •WWCO—Melody Matinee -WBRY4AlIas' JaneT^e WATR—Baron Elliott's Ork. -WTICi—Julte Bo* : • WWGO—-Baseball Today -WBRY—Mystery.: Singer. -WBRY- Music? With. the Girls WLCR—News ;> Spring Serenade •'•' ' : ' -• WWCO—Braves vs. Cubs -WBRY—Dog Tales •WATR—Music From Canada. —The Chlcagoans • i—WTIC—Green Cross Festival WLCR—Music of the Masters WATR—Pan American Union WBRY—CBS Farm News —WBR-Y—Kentucky Derbv Preview . - ' —WBRY—Report From Overseas WTIC—U. S. Army Band WATR—Exhibit "A" -WBRY—CBS Farm News WTIC—T.B.A. WLCR—News; Best on Wax WBRY—Rod Half Melody -Cir- WWCO-Melody Matinee WATR—Horse Races -WATR—News Big City Serenade W ,WCO—Campus Club ,*' Monday Waste Paper Drive The May collection of waste paper, rags and scrap metal will be made on Monday, Robert Smith, president of the Seymour Chamber of Commerce sponsors of the salvage drive, has announced. Methodist Church Percy r>, Chamberlin of Seymour, lay leader of the New York East Conference of the Methodist •th 1 ".? ,, Wi " ^ iYe the serm °n '<* ; the Sunday worship service of the Seymour M.ethodist church at H o clock. His sermon .will be entitled, "Worship, Work and Wait." Local Notes win ™ l ym ° Ur Fish and Gai "e club will meet Monday at 8 o'clock at rnA <">M>K n-M*..... .a __, •"•«-*!. «.», on Chestnut '3:454:00- 4:154:30 view o :15—WTIC—1st Piano WWCO—Return OI ot L - nd ' U S A ' WBRY—Kentucky 5 MO— WATR— Catholic i-inn WBRY—St.. Louii- Matinee :3 °- 6:00— All Stations— New* C: 15— WTIC— Stricfty Sports WATR— A] Vestro.. Snorts WWCO-Bports HounfJ" WBRY— Guest Star WLCH— Sports - Symphony ol Day ; News d. ol Naug. Valley — John A. Cluney w J->CR — Supper Serenade ' 12:30—Pal Show .. - . <iO—l-nfliiB-trv^on Parade '•* : 3:30—Horse Racine 5:00—sir. Wizard r : 3?~£' lc N!ltui 'e ol Things 5:4;.—On the Line 6:00—Cisco Kid « : JP-Sa.v It With Acting S~9 ne Man 's Pamih/ — Jack Carter Show "' f 10 * <" Shows i- • Hit Parade Show }T.8... ->:30— NatureTof Tilings n: «-Qn tfys.-tine, v 8 -«».-- . . 6 .30— Lone -Ranger 7 :00— Victor'-Borge 1 1 :flO— Wi:e.s.tlW: G :45 ~ WATR AS We Sso it ithuanlan Memories w WBRY— porter 7:15— WBRY— 3-4 Time 7 . 2 r Sdl§— £ r «d«ly Brcdicc — WBRY — News 17th mother, and er, and .ter- banquet of the Seymour Congregational church will takl Place tonight at6:SO o'cl'^2 at the church, Mrs,, Rofand H B'Lintnn of Woodbridge win b e ?he spelk- PFC. PAUL SEIWANOWICZ Union City, Conn., climaxed training- here at the Marine Corps Re- chuit Depot by receiving a promotion to his present rank and winning the silver cross badget of Marine. Sharpshooter when he fired 216' out of a possible 250 with the Garand rifle. Siwanowicz completed training in tield tactics v and precision drill He also received classroom instructions in- field .'.sanitation, '.first aid Marin e Corps history and military courtesy. • He fired other infantry weapons such as the .45 calibre pistol, carbine, ^,nd Browning Automatic Rifle.^He alsp witnessed demonstration firing of the machine gun mortar and flame thrower ' .Private Siwanowicz enlisted in the Marine Corps on March 1, 1951 and was employed as a metal plater by the Bristol Co. of Waterbury Conn Prior to his enlistment. , •Musjc Man Jazz " •*• iXj —J?GOK)lG Q.f& T«Sinr *:00-WBRY-Gene Autry WATR—Jaz-4 Band Ball S :30—wimy^Ho < aJo eS * 1 ° nS « WTIC—Man Called X <t.^r M, w ^ 0 -r" Take a Number S;w=raS?=gjj np ^? t °-5 ound WWCO-ChieaJo Theater - Y-Singlt Again — Judy Canova T, lja '' (lola , n<1 - u - s 10-30— iv-f 10 o lule to Reservists 11. (in A',, T i C T Grana OIe 11:00 -All Stations— New= • TRUEVISION l' -na M „ WCMS -Chaiinel 8 1 :00- — Matinee 2:15— Common Defense r : oS~S, ews antl Previews f'i° n -™ e .Angry Boy 6:00 — Lucky PUD 6:30— Kid Gloves s.nn ?? m Lcvenson Show. Glenn FORD Anne BAXTER Dennis O'KEEFE FOLLOW THSSUM —" — - * - h MilLflR nl , .. 1931 Estate of Cynthia Udalbw a "^tuek. m. -said District, See ,5°" , ? he application of Lawrence neara and determined at the Probate - ' DANCE TONIGHT maslc by Musical Bells ORCHESTRA COMMUNITY CLUB BEACON FALLS Daiicing 9 to 1 Sat - ?toy 12—Harmony Bells •Aitest:.- .'ANN' N. HARRY L. CAltTER A man who has given Nauga- tuclc a Progressive Administration. VOTE KEPCBLICAX FLOWERS For All dlerk - Naugatuck, Conn. '' Executrix. FLOWEBS TELEGKAF3UED EVEBTWHEBB MELBOURNE'S FLOWER SHOP For The In Jiewelry C.H.Toinlinson Horticultural MOSS VALLEY GRAIN & SUPPLY Water St. Opposite Freight Station Tel. 3087 Beiit-A TAWK KOLtEB VVAXEB--50C a day WEISS BEN FRANKLIN STORE 158 Chnrcli' St."- NTaugatucli tn Zabach Show I/ate -'Show WITBT—Cbannel 4 1 — l reasuers oi' New York Tel. !H4 For BnnntDE Tine* CoBtlnnous Mfttlj ii s » to Mi r. M. S A £ E ~^ PLAYHOC8H Sunday - Monday DICK POWEU " RHONDA FLEMING Corit. Performance 6 to 11 p. m. Here Come the Coeds EOTJTI: e.A . - SIEIUDElf ROAD NEAR HITCHCOCK 1AKE NOW PtAYING 'Saddle Tramp 1 anrt "Bedtime For Bonzo" Starts Sunday "Tomahawk" SnowK Ifltely n n i» or Shine PI.!,,- nn»fc.-..TII MUniglit Children.. T]t£-El Bring the klddlim nacltMar: Cartoons. Smoke, eat, r*' n car apcakcrs. Perfect Tisiiii. )-Feature "Gambling House" News - Cartoon Today "Three" and "Iroquols Trail" Tues, Wed., Thurs._«Payment On Demand" and "Belle le Grand- Johnny One Eye '_ -Tat O'Briere Wayne Morfls SEE THE FIRS3? THRIVING CHAPTER OF "OVERLAND WITH KIT ! CARSON Bill Elliott & Little Beaver THAT'S NOT ALL 4,Techiiicolor Cartoons Suh:;Bowery a to*Broadway ''•• A*«»- Branded Currier Electric Co. « Church St. TeL «16t Westinghouse, Norge and International Harvester Refrigerators Household - Commercial Industrial Wiring and Repairs. SEE us FOR YOUR GARDENING SUPPLIES FERTILIZER LIME LAKE SEED LIME Maple St. — Tel. 3507 Tonight, "Body And Soul" JoBii Garfield - Llll Palmer ' Co-feature Starts Sunday "Born yesterday" Box Office bpfens ati8:30 P.M Show, Starts at 7:00 P M ALTON *J5WIS 00. blnir and Hcattnr ContnMton -J 5 J 01 ^* «»P«>Heis«* TeL NaliKatnck 6U» Tor Immediate and Efficient Service ~ 14 North Main st. Waterbury Cona. Open Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Afternoons Free Series At 1:SO ' Open Thursday, Friday and Saturday Nights . ,.-. **«e Series At 7:30' A different feature each afternoon' and Evening s ens r •* */ " * .•' This Sunday! ROLLER SKATING EVERY'SUNDAY*APT. Make Your Reservations Now For Tour Group Picnics...PHONE 4^3353 or 4-6121

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