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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 6

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TACK ft^-NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), MONDAY, ,IAN. Ill, 1017 "JOE BEAVER' By Ed Nofzlgt V^^ffiK Konisl .Survkr, U. S. L>i-|wrlrarnt al AI "For«$t Arts could be stopped if people would cooperate. Just being very eqrefol with fir* when they're in the woodi would help a lot'" California was the nation's chlct producer of gold in 1039, with a total of 1,406.100 ounces or 25 per cent of the nation's production. GOLDIE'S Camera Shop Euhircert: Federal, Sun ray, Dcjur, Kryzer Soldilght 17 Grand St., Wlfcy. Tel, 3-1873 •lu^t Received A Shipment Of Modern Radiators Enough for 10 Seven Room Houses Firse Come - First Served The Waterbury Heating Co. Lenders In Home llentlng? 8-1-36 Sl>rln B St. IMiono 4-G478 Wuterbury FurnnccH Cleaned tun! Itcpulrod . . . Cliiinne.vii Cleaned Laying On Of Hands Costs His Wallet Lawrence, Mass. (U P)—As • 74- yenrold Israc! Ouolctte of.Mc-thucn walked along the street here, an automobile drew alongside him ar.d a sweet-faced, white-haired woman stepped out. She identified herself as a mls- j aionary and said if he weren't feel- I ing well, perhaps she could help with a blessing. "Could feel bettor—a lit-':le stiff and lame today." Ouelette acknowledged. Whereupon his bcnefactrcse placed her hands on him and per- lorr.iecl her little rito which, he later cliscovccd, included lifting his wallet with $18. GOOD RECORD has had 415 days without a traffic -fatality, according- to Police Chief John Gormley. The last fatnlity reported was on Nov. 22, 1S40. uri ELECTRICAL NEEDS Electric Appliance Co. 12-11 Baldwin St. Wut. — Tel. 4-1242 CARS WI.VTKK1ZKD CHAPPIE'S AMOCO GASOLINE SERVICE STATION 21* HHIDGK ST. TKI.. 4»l)l> MOTOH SKATING Baummer's Fisid St. Rink Telephone 3503 ? Cbrysler and Plymouth 0. At. C. Truck* J. C. Raytkwich, JR. ACCESSORIES Repairing 106 SOUTH MAIM ST. Telephone M.v nnmn Is TlinrnliH >ltienrr. I'm (111 1 "Vrn" iniin ut rorMoinil I-'lnitiK'r Co.... that ttt —I'm tli*> man ivho Ithct to »*i»,v "Vti"" to rrtiuv!*tM for IVr«*oiwl luuns. Y(HI Hl't«—1*111 tin- IM1II1 \vlu»'H r( l H(M»n- nlMi 1 fur hiilliHng up <>nr iMmlnrs^. Tin riHirr tlmrs 1 njiy "Yi 1 *" lo ri'iiii»-MtM fur litutiN—iln>' TiHiri- liii*4lt)t».H wi> tin. And .slnn> riiaklni; rrrMiiiliil I.UII»M t>T tt'-!,*, ^:too In nur flN'I.V bunlnrM*—>tlinL's mlulity Itnporttlllt to nir, Thi-rrfnri-. It .vnti niril pxtrn push nn.v llriii* -whpdii-p H httli 1 for n itliort (Inn 1 nr a lot fur ii Imitf linn 1 —-you nut lIl'I'IMIll III! lu.V lIlMDK lll.v llt'Ht tl> NIIV "^rn"' lo .von. A lonn of #1011 iroslH *™0.<Mi li'hrn iirompll.v n-iuilll III V,' monthly I'lUlsi'i-iM Ivr InilMllli.rnlK ii r SHU).', ,nn-h. Sri- mi' al I'l'rsolnil Vlniillrr Co.. '-'nil rliior. ITUrhtiril Iliillillni:. !!)!) Hunk St.. ur iilnini- HIP at Wutrrlmr.v 3-311)3. . l.«ur,!i nnbjrrt lo Hvir. "W" Uct-nitn No. rOK KAXGE OR rurjr, pir> TEL. 5618 Bill's Fuel Oil Service 59 Woodland Street "Bill" Miirlnplli, Prop. 25% Reductions On LAMPS NAUGATUCK HARDWARE NKABT BCfLDlNO TEL. 5213 R&P METAL WORKS pn SO. MAI?f STKEET (Ilcnr) Kxpcrt, \VcMinz of All Types Forcing, f^ier.-t Metal and Ornitmnntal tstccl Work Shoct ;md Bur Metul for Snle To'lcphoiio 0377 FRKI>'8 MI-WAY GTtlLLE SOI South Muln St. Kreuliir Daily Dinner OOo II|> A L:» Ciirlu Menu Spaghetti To Tuko Out Banquet Konin, Cocktail Bo Full Liquor JJccnso \VK'HTE ALTERING OL'K STORE U'Ktcli Us Grow! CORNER CANTEEN 392 No. Msiln Street "Horn" Tellcrico, 1'rop. 1947 Marks Our 104th Year of Successful Rubber Footwear Manufacturing With This Record of Achievement Behind Us We Look Forward to Future Security and Prosperity For Our Company, Our Employees and the Community UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. "Si-rvlnR Through Science" Nau#atuck Footwear Plant Nauffatuck Conn. Seymour High School Squ Uscakiewicz and Healy Ac count for 14 Baskets Between Them. Displaying marksmanship of which even Bill HicUacli"might be cn- vlmiK, Elj: Chet Uscaklcwicz contributed six baskets to NaugatucU High school's 51-31 defeat of the Seymour Hifjh school basketball team Saturday night at the Y. Many of the 400 spectators said that Big Chefs performance w the gt'ctxtcst exhibition of popping in these parts, since J. Charles Aquavia gave' up bubble gum. Vin Hculy who was hotter than 11 Hummer in Death Valley against Leavcnv.'c.rih Friday night continued juist as torrid against Seymour. His totnl of eight baskets and one free thiow was the only individual Greyhound effort to exceed that of L'ccnkiewlcz. The game was close diirins r -ho first half in which Nnugntuck used substitutes sparingly, the score .as the 'half ended was Naugatuck 21, Seymour 17. The Greyhounds came back \\\ the third quarter to pull away from .heir down-valley rivals. The reserves wore in during the entire ast period. Naugatuck's regulars scored 42 points between them; the servos scored 9. The tjummary: Niuigatuck b Stauffcr, If 2 Acjtiavia 1 Poland 0 V, Healy, rf urlin S 1 0 0 w>ibrio!a 0 0 ,'scakicwlcz, c G 0 ramsey 0 0 iocttscr 0 2 ones. Ijr 1 0 Ashmore 0 0 .onry 1 0 . Healy, rjf 0 4 .Devils Win From One-Point Margin The Devils boat Prospect, 19-13, In a close hard .fought Rame fit the Y, Saturday. Foul shots won for the Dovlls, the throe they sunk offset- ti)s the one basket advantiigo which Prospect hnd in scoring from the Clooi 1 . The score: Devils b- f p W. Hatos, If ..' 1 ft 2 C. Arsenault, If '.-...'.. 0 1' I F. .Wisinshi, c 3 0 fl M. Ma'tos, IK 3-2 8 Kuvilc :..'• OvO 0 M. Bry.k, g 1 1 0 2 3 10 Totals ! '. 8 . Prospect b f p Orin, rrr 0 .0^0 Teddcsco, Iff ' l'' 0 2 NovooinsUi, c 0 0 0 RyUonskl, rf ••.••--s^ '0 ' 4 Siuzdnk, J.f '."/.'T''C 0 12 Totals i...' ••"•'"i:•{.'.Sf ° ls Score at half time: 8-7,'J|',r.dHpect. Referee: Schmelki. Y Volleyball Team Beats New Britain CATCHING INSURANCE - - By Jack Sordt ,ont;o 0 0 spudola 1 1 3 Totals 20 11 53 Seymour Coniltoski. fl Thaycn -Toward, rf ohns Kaur.ynski, c Anderson, Ig Weed" 1 W. Domoszych, rg Molcyk b f p 3 1 7 0 0 306 000; •! 0 Si 0 2 2 i 1 2 -1 : 0 The Nnupatuck YMCA State cag-uc volleyball team won its •natch with Now Britain Saturday p:. the local Y, taking 1 all flvo Tarr.es. Njiujratuck won 15-3, IS-' i-!. J3-G. and 15-1]. Hartford YJtCA has entered thn j -*-,, -*r Icr^ue, bringing the number of M/1I7 V teams to flvo: Mew Haven, Bridge- '* *** ^ poi-t, New Britain, Kartford and New Britain. Nau^atucU has a bye this coming wisk er.d but is arranging a match with the Bristol Boys Club lo bo played in Nnujja- tuck. lParthians, Greeks 4. A l 0 0 Totals 11 9 31 Score at half time: Naugatuck 21, Seymour 17. Referee: Roche. Umpire, Sar.toPietro. VITAL STATISTICS Seattle (UP)—Thn University of Washington registrar disclosed that one of every three veterans attend- in™ 'the nchool Is married. Of the enrollment of 0,COO veterans, married persons number li.llG, including 51 women students. DOWN ON THE FARM Wayne. Mo. (UP)—Mr. and Mrs Isaac Maxim, parents of the world- famous inventor. Sir Hirnm Maxim, lived in 23 clif-rnrent Maine fnrm houses dui'ing 1 their married life. TUINITY GIFT Trinity collepe announces receipt ot u gift of $25,000. The money was donate:! by the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving: for the college's one hur.t'.rcfl find twenty- fifth anniversary devcloppienl pro- S'l'.im. The institution Is conducting a .six-month drive for a million and one-half dollars to be used for a new field house, an extension nf the library ar.d two new dormitories. The Pathinns bc'it the Ve~s'. 4W.S. nni.1 the Greeks beat the maps, 37-31. in a reK'-ar uossio the Y Intorme'Jinle baske 1 league at the Y, Friday. Roi of tball Partlihtns B. Avco'.lic, f 9 P. Brcr.n.in. If 3 B. Scrantor,, c 5 E. Scranton, ry: " S Aordkian, Iff 2 Totals 20 Persians Thief Thrasher R. Rabtoy, r-f H. Nixon, If .. T. Far:-ar, e . C. Museola, .5 Miele, Iff Kirkcndall . .. f 't 0 IS 0 2 1 Jl 0 G 0 -I 1 -11 f t 1 1 1 3 D b 0 1 2 1 20-1 SALEM Tues. - Wed. - Thurs. » • r n\t i*. i & N.N.P < ' . */^-**W* • MUNI BAXTER RAINS Totals ; 0 0 5 35 ScoreV'kt. half time: 20-7. Partl-i- ians. Referees: Schuster, Schmclkc. Time: Four 6-niimno periods. Greeks Greyhound Jayvees Win Two For Two N.-.ugntuck High School's basketball junior varsity defeated ' the Si-vmour raservaa. 5-1-14 p.t the Y Saturday. J. Charles Aquavia with eirr.il points led the attack. The score: Purple Continue Win Streak; Beat Dexters, 41-39 Naugatuck's Purple Knlchls had the stamina to stave off the charge of the Merlden Dexters and cmcrpc a two-pcint winner in a Basketball game played ycsterday-at the locjj Y before a capacity |rurncut. Toe final score was 41-39? The Knights took n 13-8 advantage at the close of the flr«t period and clung to the'margin the remainder of the contest despite a last-period rally by the Silver City combine. Orky Garlinskl Bet the pace for the Knights with 13 pointi with Prankic Furs a tally behind 'him. Mouse Gostyla pocerl the Mcridcn 1 .•Utack with 16 points. Purple Knight* b r p Garlinsky If 5 3 15 Fui-s rt 1 4 12 Q. Wojack c 3 3 3 H. Loman c 1 0 2 Korowtny IK'.. ... 1 0 2 Chas. Wojack }g 0 0 0 F. V/o;Vick rg 1 0 2 R. Lemon rg 0 1 1 Rossi Stable Gets Two Wins And A Draw Totals Mcridcn Swick',o:-g . Korby rg . O'Brien ig . Zennetto c , Hoffman c Gostyla, rf . Ardas It . .. . Kondulcs If 15 11 « b r p 000 022 033 226 102 5 5 16 •J 2 10 000 Joe Roani'a fighters did all rlgh't at Danbury Friday night. Joe Ma<(. den won by a knockout; Paul Kivach won by a decision and Stan- Icy Ross Bought a draw. .> Maddeiv-kt^ockcd out Sal IUpp & New Milfjr* in lite second round of a pchcduTqpi thec-rounder. Both boys .wol£h«4uln at HO pound*. Paul Kovn'cb, 160, copped the duke from Charlcu Edwards of Stamford, 159 3-4, in a rough three- round brawl." Kovach had Edwardt down Tor the count of nine twici once in the first and once in the second round. Stan Rons' draw with Joe Veji of Woostcr wan an even affair nil I the way, David St. John Local Swimmer, Is Columbia Star David St. John, former star of Coach Sullivan's N.iugaluck YMCA swimming team, now swimming for Columbia, won the 50 yardg and the 100 yards Free Style at the meet with Princeton. Saturday nipht. St. John has won sevtral flrsU in recent meets on the Columbia team. Totals . . 12 15 39 Score at half time: Knights 19. Mcridcn 13. Referee: Weaving. J. V.'s J, C. Aquavia Cieslowski . . . F.-s ppinlo rf. ... Spartol.-i. ....... Skoloskl ..... Tnmsoy c . . . . Boettger ...... B F P 3 2 8 I 0 2 102 306 [ 0 2 Mt'rinno Schuster Roland rg Lcary 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals' IG 3 33 ScviJiour'Juyvecs If rf Miclc, If Rnbtoy, rf Currier, c Nixon, Is Stinson, rg b £ p . . . . 0 0 0 . . . . li 0 1 . . . 0 0 G -1 310 S 0 16 Totals ................. . .17 3 37 Kotmms b f — also — New March of Time, 'NOBODY'S CHILDREN' TODAY: "Hitclinlor's Uautrhlcrs" nntl "Step hy Step" SQUARING OFF, Mrs. Hilda Hess, 63, shows how she took on.a sniJcr who had snatched her purse near her home in Pittsburgh and ran ofj. Sho pursued him and finally cornered him in nn alley. Then she gave him the old one-two and the thief dropped the 'purse and made off again. Unfortunately for the courageous woman, her opponent had managed to empty it of SGB along the way. (International) GREATEST SHOW ON tCEi Solinski, If . . . . ........... 0 Mariano, rf . . . '. ........... 4 Klonaski, c ............... 3 0 Kirkcndnll. Is ............. 4 2 10 McCarthy, r^ .............. 3 1 7 p 0 0 0 8 C Thayer LarJvir. Scncck DC Gc-orrje . Gilbert ..... Dciiior.ych c Dahr. ...... B.-own Ig - Mximma! . - - Bay.sell rx Dearycr . . . . B F 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 Y Swimmers Lose To Yale Fros^ The Yale Freshmen swim team beat the Naugatuck YMCA, K2-14, at the Yale pool Saturday afternoon. Results: 150 yd. Medley Relay; Won by Yale. (Layo, Merrit, and Halverson.) Time: 1:27.4. 220 yd. freestyle: Won by Cox (Y). second. King (Y), third, McNa- mcc (N). Time: 2:34.8. no yd. freestyle: Won by Skcne (Y), second, Douglas (Y), third, C. White (N), Time :25. Diving won by Brooks (Y), second, Breckenridge (Y), third, A. Sullivan (N). Points: 57.7. 100 yard Cfce style: Won by Smith (Y) and Chambelin |Y), tie; third, Scranton <N). Time: 60.4. T'T yd. brenststroko: Won by C. White (N); 2nd, Tyler (Y); 3rd, Fitzgerald (Y). Time 1:14.0. 100 yd. Backstroke: Won by Mc- Nnmee(N); 2nd, Rohlfing(Y); 3rd, Steffin- (Y). Time: 1:11.6. 200 yd. frceg-iylc relay: Won by Yale <Demcrcc, Pitlcr, Ezrow, and Heald). Time 1:47,7. Y Swim Team Cards Two Meets The Naugatuck YMCA Swimming team will journey to New Haven Wednesday night to swim the Hopkins Prep. The boys will leave from the YMCA at 5:30. Saturday afternoon, the team will leave at 1:00 from the YMCA for New Milford ar.d swim the Canterbury Prep. Boys will be selected by Coach Sullivan. Prince Edward Island, smallest province of Canada, is 145 miles in length and has an average width of about 30 miles. BINGO Tomorrow Night And Every Tuesday Night 8 O'clock 1st. Michael's Church Beacon G 2 14 Totals ................. H 3 31 Spore at half-time: 19-13, Romans. ijty'erces: Schuster, Schmclkc. Yankee Drug Store Moves To California JBc.Tnlnjrton, Vt.— (UP)— A Vermont drug- store is now doing business in California after crossing tho continent. Established here in the early 1800's, the store was bouRht by John Shanley Gilrain, Laken apart andj transported, piec: by piece, to Los '-'Angeles. There Gilra'in now operates it us an eld New England drug:' st.oi'a — no sodn fountain, no! lunc.'i counter, no cosmetics. , ' 40-Year Occupation Of Germany Seen Pittsbiirffh—(U-P)—An allied occupation of Germany which may last v.5 lent! as -JO years is foreseen by Brigadier J. \V. F. Trcadwoll, dirpctor-Korero; of public relations in the British zor.c. The valcr.in of 20 years service with ihe Scottish Guards made .the prediction durinjj a visit here on leave v.-illi his American-born wife Brifiadior Treadwell divided the ir.ir.ij; of occupation into three cl'aTi 5CG—d cm i-1 i tai'i^ati'OiiJ, dcnazi fi- c.ition and deinocrati?, ition. Th i.is.t. lie believes, will give the Allies their acid test. The present g-onoration cannot grasp democracy, Treadwell said, and it may have to be taught to succceijJr.K pronerjitions in schools. He suggested, therefovn •'^at .'the children "grow- itito power.*,. ?! f'-^ KECOJtMEXD FA»MEB The Litchfleld County Farm Bureau has passed a resolution rccommor.dlnp; that at least one member of the board o£ trustees of t:-.e University cf Connecticut bv; an active farmer. Meeting it Morris, the Farm Bureau pointed out lhat the University in origin was a land-print co:ie;re—and therefore should have a representative of agriculture among the trustees. ALCAZAR — Today One-fourth of Switzerland's total area is non-produclivc.,.. fHlRTY YEARS OF DE-DOODLING IF ANYONE MAKES CIA1MS to having an unusual job, you might tell them cbo'ut the one held for thirty years by John McElroy. of New York,.He'i • the fellow who "shaves" off beards.arid mustaches that are scrawled'on : advertising posters by doodlcmaniacs. Equipped,with'-'an enormous'era- • ter, John makes his way about the city restoring beauty to thousands of models who smile out at nnsserEbv from'the rostera. 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