Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 17, 1947 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
January 17, 1947

Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 6

Publication:
Location:
Naugatuck, Connecticut
Issue Date:
Friday, January 17, 1947
Page:
Page 6
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 6 article text (OCR)

0~NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), PKIDAY, .TAN. 17, 1047 GOLDIE'S Uumera Shop Federal, Simmy, IJcjur, Key Mr 17 Grand St.. Wtliy. Tel. 5-1875 j ******* »•*•••»*•«* ++++++++++4 FEUD'S Ill-WAV GIUU,K £01 South Main St. Ilrgulnr Dully Dinner 30c up A IM Cnrto Menu Spaghetti To Tnko Out Banquet Hoom, Coektull Lounge Full Liquor ELECTRICAL NEEDS Electric Appliance Co. 1241 Iliildwln St. Wat. — Tel. 4-12.12 we like to make loans The innri' tlnir* ivp miy "YrH" till Ilium l.llnllli'ns Wi- (].«. TlK-n-riirr, IT yill t I rxtrn I'lixh—>iiii 1'ini ili'iirtlil oil our llnllIB Ulir lli'nl (ii sny ",vv»" In .vim, T.niimi IMIII> iin MiKiiutiirm num.'. A IIMIII i>; HIM) ri>»N vjo.illi whui i>rniM|ill.\ rrnnlil In la riiiinllil)- riiiiHi'iMitirr Insliill- mitl.fM of VIII.or» i.jii'll. Dnn't hnrrotv iinniT.'HMiirilv. lint ir you ni'i'll II li.tili Klvi- UN n <'luinc<- In mi) "Yr»" n-iin't .vim? ,111*1 riinu< In i>r pliaur, I'imn.H 1SIO In fS30l>, I.mnw Ni.Wi'ii tu Ktir. "«"• Llornxi! WALKKTl Tii hip anil Floor Model 15" DRILL PRESSES $90 to $111.75 Complete With Motor MILL SUPPLICf'POWER TOOLS 11 SAVINGS ST.. m-. 5:2241 . SHOP IIKRK ANI> SAVK! • Cl'.IliS « C \K1UAG1JS a HK.U CHAIRS % KOCKKHM • 1M.AV YARDS • TAVI.OIt TOTS BENSON'S KIODIK MflOP J30 SOfTII .MAIN ST. Wuturtiury FINANCE CO. uf Wiitprlniry I'M Hunk Ml. Plume Wlliy. 3-3103 SKATING Baummer's Field St. Rink Telephone 3501 Sri'JCIAT, LARGE BIKR ATlll.FTIC .SUPI'OnTS NAUGATUCK SPORT & AUTO SUPPLY "UUSS" HT.AVING, I'rnp. V/ln.ilov, 1 Court Tel. 3304 1'AKTS and S'KKVICE ON Al.l. MAIilCS OF CARS 3 & M Motors, Inc. ' i's 'Hudson .\Buiicy Goneral Krpalrinjf 80-82 SOUTH MAIX ST. Tel, (Mil YES! ! WE HAVE SCOTCHES J. K. STORES CUT KATK. LIQUORS, WINKS, IJKKIIS Free Hellvrr.v Anywhere In ;llMi No. Main St. Tul. 41170 CARS \V .'NT E III Z EIJ CHAPPIE'S AMOCO GASOLINE j SERVICE STATION ,>i.'.-.in,t,AN TKL. 48D!) K 'III.S KI.KCTIHC FVKl. TI^MPS for KITCIIFI.V JIANG £3 FI.OOU ronsnioii I''OH KKNT GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE ITS ai.M'LK STr.KKT (AvniNs from City Huker.V) I'Vcc Drllvrry Trltiphnno 5044 FOR YOUR FAMILY NEEDS! ! NAT'S 410 North Main St. l., OW P L A Y POOL and Bowl at the R & M ALLEYS 135 MAI'I.K STKEKT R&P WETAL WOEKS !)!) SO, MAIN .STKKKT (l!ear) EKjirrl \\'c!(liliK or All TypoM l'\>rx\u).',: fT'lici't Alt 1 till uiid Oi-iiairn-iUal Sdvl \Vnrk SliiU't niul liar Mi'lul for Sale Coiuplrtf l.lni' of CAEMOTE PAINTS for interior and exterior u.sc.s SLEDS — S5.75 up Union City Hardware •Ml N. MAIN ST. Uiilfiii City M. K:»t:;ii;wifli. I'rop. IV. .1. Slnke.s, !\I;;r. SIKN'M tun) WOMKN'S SHOE SKATES (Inrlliillni; \VliM<- Slide Slcitrs for Wiimnn) Boys' Hockey Skates ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY STORE go SOI;TH MAIN HT. TEL. 6162 Nmi««tunk, conn. PAINT HARDWARE HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES ETC. Free Delivery CHAPEL ELECTRIC COMPANY i.v >•!•;«• Qt'AsrncKS AT 28 CHURCH STEEET TH. ^1'J — I4AZIIOS — — I'HONOfllCAI'KS — Katllo - I'linnn Cuinl>lii:>tlonH ICADIO IIKI'AIU SUKVICK CANS, Inc. Maple Street Tel. 3507 Tel. 0191 No. Main St. Union City ytiii'n Open Friday Night Until !> O'clock TRY NEWS WANT ADS Sophomores Beat Juniors In H. S. Girls League The Sophomores, won n. 10-15 upset victorv over the Junloro In n regular Girls Basketball league parne at the hlgli school yesterday. Joan Moecltol with 15 points was high scorer for the winners. The Seniors had an easy tlmo with the FrcBhmen in the other pnme played, winning 20-3. The scores: Sophomores b f p J. Moeckel, If 7 1 1C. 1 R. Zaixlik 1 0 2 B. Duba 0 0 0 L. Foliellt. r: 0 0 0 t,. Endow 0 0 0 B. O'Donncll 0 0 0 M. Norris, u 1 0 2 J, Elder 0 0 0 L. Glick, IB Ij. Gaudacellis L,. Gardrilis, rg T. Sulkoskl Bristol Tramps Beat Zephyrs 000 000 000 000 Totals 9 1 19 Juniors A. Delancy. If r>. Kchndcr J. HncliClt, rf L. Giancai'li, c M. Ferjrtison, Ig A. Lolntis B. Kissanc •-I. F.inIK-, >•£ J. Maxaikas b f p , 3' 0 G 20-1 102 102 000 000 0 "0 0 .000 Oil The Bristol Tramps, conquerprs of Tom M a s n e r'a Waterbury Guards, ran up a 70-'40 score against Otto McCann'B Naugatuck Zephyrs in a regular state,league "contest at ;lho Bristol' armory'. Faicclo wth 15 points and''Ryan with 12 were High scorers for 1 the Zephyrs, while Kresge with 15, Jaworskl with 13 and Gallaiyay with 12 paced tho winners. Tbo score: Bristol b t p Dobrutsky. 1C 4 ° '»' Gallaway, If 4 4 12 Ferric, rf 0 0 ,0 j Miller, rf , 3 8 9 ' Lynch, c 2 1 .5 j Krcsge, Ig 6 3 15 Jaworski, Ig 5 3 13. Slab, rg 4 0 8' Totals 23 14. 70 1 Naugntuck ' '- " b f • p Yackowski, rg- -......-...... -3 0 -6 Pistareli, lg.'.-..-.v.'....-.-...-. 1 '0 2 McDcrmott, c •;..:.'. 0 4 4 Edmonds, c ..;.. '.......2 0 4 Ryan, rf . .I 1 -. 1 .'; 1 -. ! : : y ;..':::. .-.^8 012 Reilly, rf ...;....' ,0 0 0 Ruccio, If 7 1 15 Neary, If ' J 1 1 3 Totals M G 46 Score at half time: BrlS'toI 30, Naugatuck 21. Referee: Carrlgan. Umpire: Hewitt. Totals 7 1 15 Score at half time: Juniors 6, Sophomores 10. ReCeree: Bthel Mac Konnoy. Seniors T. M.-iy.wcll If A. Zubanch E. Hackett, rf A. DclPcvo, c f. Kavonacroft, P. Simmons /. Schmitz, rg- Totals rre.shnieii A. Hanks ;;. Sijrctti, 11' J. Tuthill O'Domioll, rf D. Mitchell C. Barbos L. Smcy, c t, Miller !\. Ri'.thburn . . . >;. Sullivan, IK . E. Tuttle C. Jwolwlsky •. Brown, rj," .. A. Copp .\1. b f p . (5 0 11! .000 • 3 JO 0 .102 .000 .000 .000 10 0 20 b f p 000 000 000 000 000 Oil 0 0 p 102 000 0 0 ''J 000 000 0 0 0 0 0 C 000 000 000 Totals 1 1 3 Score nt hall' Li.-i'.e; Seniors l(i, j'reshmcn 3. .Referee: Kthcl Mae Kennov. Norway is slightly larger than he slate of New Mexico. SUNDAY HAL McINTYRE nnd his Orchestra Tho Band All America Loves featuring |Franklc Ltrster Nancy Reed Johnny Tiirnbull Adm. incl tux and -\rrohc l.GO I'riilik :-'ri,—Irv Hint-/, l-'uriiii-r.-.. Srjuuri' SrlH, <V:illw» ,V .'ICUlrrn M:i.—!t4inn,\- KoiiunrJ anil Ihi: C:i liil/ (Iri'li. |SHU. .inn. aurii—.IIM.MY i.fNC'i-;i'oi;i) lirill lltn Orrtl. St. Frimcls Delaney, If i.. . Mariano, rf McNamara, c Duffy, IB .. .' Carroll, r£ Totals Prospect Novacinski, 1C Siuzdak, rf. Skrock, c Oris, Ig Rykowski, rg Davlson b .f j) 204 12-1 000 000 2 1 8 5 6 16 b f p 124 113 000 022 000 000 Totals 2 5 Score at half time: Tie, 5-5. llcfcrcc: Kilrov. Sol cm 5. Matos,. If M, Matoa, rf McCann, c Wisinski Arsenault, l£7 Dennis, i'ij 1) f p 0 4 -1 0 0. 0 1 0 •>. 1 1 S ....... 3 L 7 .0 0 0 Totals Hop Brook, Si;czcpkowski, If Wttkov/ski, rf . . Yijj'JcusaLis, c . . , C 16 b f p 300 000 2 1. 5 1 3 Mallane, rg . . 0 ... 0 Totals Jj 3 13 Score at half time: 10-G, Salem. Referee: Kilroy. St. Bryk, If Scheitho, rf ............... 5 Reynolds, Ig Russcsyk, rg Sobieraki f P 0 2 2 12 1 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 Totals UY PUBLIC DEMAND The IIAYSEEDERS I'OI.KA BAND NEW MODUJiN with Stovi! & Iinimy FRIDAY and SATURDAY NIGHTS Restaurant 638 EAST MAIN ST. WATERBUKV — TEI>. 4-8831 Central 8 3 19 b r p Picccli, If 1 0 2 Soriernnskl o 0 0 Cabral, rf 2 0 <1 Mnzzail<a ,1 0 G Greyhounds In Action tonight And Saturday At Waterbury Armory Na.Uf?atuck High school held basketball practice yesterday afternoon at the Waterbury armory to prepare for consecutive meetings wtth scholastic rivals tonight and tomorrow night. Tliey meat New Britain tonight and Crosby tomorrow. The Hardware City cajrers Rave the Greyhounds 'a. rather tourrh battle when the rivals met earlier In the season on Ne\V Britain's court, forcipg 'the sriime into a second, sudden-death overtime period before dropping a two-point decision to Naugatuck. • -Although the Now Britain boys are .rjot expected to do as well on the'Greyhounds' home court; ncv- erthciosB they arc an opponent which Naugatuck would do well to regard with considerable respect. Many observers believe that if the Greyhounds become disposed to regard (his game lishtly, New Britain may be quite capable of springing an upset. The Hardware City team will probably start with SlracealtJ, number 9. and Moses, number 12, at forwards Gzyl, number 13, at center, and Trombetta, number 5, and Cosfvrove, number 14, at the guards. Crosby, whom the Greyhounds play Saturday night on a double header which features Ijcavenworth and Ansonia in the other game, Is another opponent who might give Naugatuclt an unpleasant surprise, if the- Greyhounds show any disposition to count the victory before il is actually won, NauRatuck rates an odds on favorite on the basis of record—Croa- by ha:; won three and lost tour— however, mediocre Crosby teams have upset top notch Greyhound teams on several occasions in the t;ast, find any disposition on the part of the Greyhounds to 'take things cn.-sy might add another to the'list of those occasions. Coach Jimmic Leo of Crosby indicated yesterday that he would probably start the following five men: Steel;, Bcrgin, Synott, Sullivan and Kuzmonko. Tickets for the New Britain game tonight ore on sale now at Olson':! Drupr, Church street, the NaujTaU:ek Drug, Noi-i.Ii Main street, and Gus Smoke Shop, North Main strccl. Whiz Kids Beat St. Francis The St. Michael's Whiz Kids of Beacon, Falls notched their second successive victory yesterday at the hands ot St. Francis. of Naugatuck. The down-valley aquod, composed. of grammar school' 1 youngsters,; maintained n lead throughout the ; contest, loading 14-10 at hmlf-tlme, 'and with the final score' being 19! 1C in their favor, • Smith and Patchkofsky, with 8 and G points respectively, led the way for the Beacon Falls, squad wh'llc Mcnnlllo, • Chlcbowski and Mitchell, ' played excellent floor S amcs In holding the St. Francis- five to 1C points. .McNamara led the St. Francis quintet with six' markets. b f P 3 0 6 4 ° 8 0 1 1 n, n • ft/A St. Francis CYO Meets St. Lucy's S't Francis or Naugatuck CYO (.cam v \vil! moot St.. Lucy's of Waterbury t'.l Columbus Hall Sunday afternoon ' at - o'clock, according to a :;chcclnle released yesterday by league secretary Johnnie Thompson. : St, Hcdwig-'s meets Sts. Peter and Paul, Tuesday evening:, Jan. 21, it 1 o'clock at the Washington Park Community House in Waterbury. Champ Willie Pep Has Split Vertebrae Hariford, Jan. 17— (UP)— Doctors ire tronting feaiherv.-cight. champ Willie Pep for two chipped and split vertebrae in addition to a fractured lei,'. The back injury, however, is not regarded tus particularly serious or uncommon. Pep was injured in the crash of an airliner at Millvillc, N. J., January nth. Although his back mu.';t be put into a cast, doctors say his ring career will not bo jeopardised. linglc, c uilko, B Gabrielson,, rg Iloadlcy 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 Totals ................... 7 1 1C SALEM Today - Saturday A Sol M. Wurt»l Production _ fWuud by 20th Cintiiry-Fo« jft.-. Trippi Turns Down Yankee Joint Offer New York, Jan. 17— (UP)— Georgia's All-America halfback Charlie Tripnt has turned down :i joint baseball-football offer by thn'Nc'w mrk iankeos and has accepted an offer to play with ' thu••.-Chicago Cardlnuls of lhn'--N»tio'nal league. Cardinnl ownor Charles' Sidwcll is reported to-have offoiod Trippi SGO.CCO on a four'y'Bar .cdn'rnct for football alone. Under 'the contract Trippi would be free to .accept one of the many baseball offers he has received. ^o STRHHD 2nd B1C WEEK Henry FONDA Linda DARNELL Victor MATURE mvoiiRLinc WAITER BRENNAN 2nd HIT 'CRIMINAL COURF roM ctww/i/•««*• ommcou- 8 O N D .1 T *«kwt iow»r ; I»»tr Dtt Ann 1AVAOI ( '(Tall 'LUCY CHASER'!OIER TIU.S. Al»o "The Bandit and the Lady" FOft RANGE OK FUK.L Oil. TEL. 5618 Bill's Fuel Oil Service .10 Woodland Street "Bill" Blnrlnclli, Prop. She married him because she loved his mother! That was her first mistake — because lie was slowly K°'»K mad! !' MGM BE-PRESENTS Ingrid BERGMAN Robert MONTGOMERY IN "RAGE IM HEAYEH 5 ' With GEOKGE SANDERS, LUCILLE WATSON, OSCAR HOMOLKA -2nd Hit- BARBARA BRITTON and RUDY VALLEE ••• - ' in = "FABULOUS SUZANNE" 7 t H B U R .Y _ ..• ; b t n .» u n .¥ •' •^A 1 ^^^ tf • lOBUJ S POLI NOW Pateiikofsky, K Smith, rf Mennillo, c CJilebowski, Is Mitchell, rg Renaissance Meets Waterbury Guards BorouRhltBB will have a ehunco to see one or the best pro basketball teams In the country in action when the Renaissance Big Five of Ncw.-York City- stack up against Mantviter Tom Manner's Waterbury Guard.-) at the Watcrbury armory this Sunday cvb'h'ingv"""' " ' , '' : The Guards dropped a. 57-32 decision to the Bristol Tramps lost Sunday and will be striving to cro»h back Into the win column. One or •two new players may »how- In the Waterbury lineup against the New Yorkei-B. The Sun Oil Co. Girls of Marcus Nook, ' Pu.v semirfiTialists in the Eastern IndURtrlal Basketball Tour- Inament here last April, will face i'MRr. Joe Bremmn's U. S. Time Coip. La.ssics in tho opener at 7:30. Advance sale of tickets for the double header may be secured at Bicncr's, Kcnausis 1 Drug Store and at the Chase Park Pharmacy, all in Watcrbury. 1 19 Totals ................... 9 St. Francis b f p Carroll, 1C ...... '. : ......... 1 O 1 2 Owens .......... ....... : • • • 0 0 0 McKa.rn.ira, r£ ............ 3 0 6 Daley, c .................... 1 Fcnlon, lg .... ---- '. ....... 1 Zchnder ............... ---- 1 0 2 0 2 0 2 Purple Knights Suffer Second Loss Of Season Knapp, rg Totals .. 102 Women's Basketball Clinic At Weaver High School Jan. 22 A basketball clinic for women will be hold at Weaver High nchoo! in Hartford on tho evening 1 .of January 22 at 7:30 o'clock,. according to word received today from Gcn- pva B. Kfllir, chairman of the women's division of-the Physical JSdu- cation department of New Britain Tcar.hsrs College. The puprosc of the clinic, Miss Kehr announced; is to demonstrate baskc'.b:ill skills nncl techniques. Two nationally ivitcd officials will referee a demonstration fjame. Fol- '.owinpr the demonstration pranio, students will have an opportunity to ;islc qiicstions on rules and technique:; of the frame. After the ques- <•;-,-, pr-.-iod. those who wish may play. All students are . asked to uriiijT yncakers. Physical Education teachers in or nnr.r Hartford nre ir.vitcd to brins students to the clinic. The program will bn especially helpful to those Rirls in lc:;do:-.s clubs. X-xufratiick's Purple Knip;hl.s suf- .fcred their second loss of the season at New Milford last night to the New Milford,Varsity by a 35-33 score. The came wis a. hard-fought contest throughout as the final ] score would indicate. * Furs with 13 points was high scorer for the Kniffhts while Hearn with 33 points and Lavalette with 11 were New Millord's top point getters. The score: New Milford b f p Ht"arn ,lf: : 4 5 13 ''Cav.ilctte rf 5 1 11 Collins' c: .' 2 3 7 Jmlthwick !g 0 0 0 Buchcr 2 1.4 Barrett rp O 1 0 0 Total 12 13 35 Purple KnifrhtH b f p Furs rf: 61 1 13 Swirski..lg , , 3 0 6 F. Wcjack JK 0 0 '0 Kai-obotny c 0 0 0 Garlinski rf 2 2 S C. Wojack If •) 0 8 Totals - 14 3 33 Score at. half time: -New Milford 19, Knights 9. Referee: Law. UCONNS VS. COAST GUARD Storrs., .Conn., Jan. 17—Connecticut and Coast Guard continue thoir red-hot basketball rivali-y tonic-lit, •when they play the first contest 'of .1 homfl-and-hcme scries aL i\ev. London. It will be the eighth oif- hig of the winter for the UCor|-s while Coa.st Gunrd, with a marl; of one victory nnc! one defeat, will !-.e making its third start. Three out of five automobile own- ors in the United States liave never purchased a new mode!. J'OOR SKIING Boston, Jan. 17—(UP)—Rain and warmer weather have resulted in fair to poor skiir.fr conditions IT. New Ens-land. The best spori—and ii.'i; not too choice—i:; in Vermont's Gyoer! mountains. Fair conditions prevail at Mount ^viansfield, the kutland-Pico Peak .irca_jhc Mount Asoutroy slope and Manchester. The Salvation Army was organ- ,:zcd in a London graveyard in 1S64. Y Swim Team n Meets Bristol Tonight The Niugatuck YMCA « w | m . mini; team, winner or two out of. five starts will take on the Bristol Boys' Club tonight at the Nmza, tuck YMCA pool at 8:00 o'clock The locals will show Ace Jimmy McNamfic In the back-stroke Chnrlcn White In the bream-stroke Other members or the team in.! elude, Richard Shar.aban, William Scranton, Eugene Scranton, Richard Warner. Al PaJva, John Brady Bert Sunbury, Arthur Carlwn' Bruce Miller, John Quirke, Thom»g Garneld. Coach SullivaTi stated last nifjht that his boys are coming along in ereat style especially Jimmy' and Charles. G-enc Scranton is paining rapidly on the diving. The boys will leave Saturday afternoon at 1:00 Cram the Y. t 0 swim Canterbury Prep at New Mll- foi-'J. Common field crows, it is believed live for 100 ycais. ' «lrrh. Krl. A- Sal. Min, Hi Hat Restaurant 185-38.9 Xo. Main St. \Vntrrhnry SiirrinlizIiiK tn Houif Choked K<H>d. Cliolrr IJ<|iinrt,, \Vinf-*. Ktr. Phone 4-9837 ALCAZAR Today - Saturday "Blondie Knows Best" and 'Dangerous Business' i TODAY- SAT-SON IIU PERSON «.'.«^i.'Uw^.r.Tnac^y^ -ir~* - KATHRYH JOHNNIE fS^WT Hill t CO- «rf»talj vi, • 'saeff cmt'itotmsoN STIl.L TIIWK TO CET CHOICE SEATS — Ways NIt;Mly 6 P. M.—Sf TSrouqn SUNDAY MATINEE. FESKUARV 1 »i 2:5!)—F»brujrv 2-8-9 Pnccn—Including Tnji »2.00 • *3.7B - $1.00 Purchase Tlckoh Direct Or Sond Mail Ordorj T Grovo St. At Or on Now Haven Inventory Liquor Specials MOUNT VEENON EYE WHISKEY ... .$3.50 PAUL JONES WHISKEY $3.39 WILSON'S WHISKEY S3.45 CAfcSTAIE'S WHITE SEAL WHISKEY $3.45 GIN, Full Fifth S1.99 DELUXE BOURBON WHISKEY, 6-years old (full fifth) _........ S4.24| CANADIAN WHISKEY (Full Fifth) ?5.29 California Brandy, Reg, $4.80—full fifth .. .$3.49 TABLE WINES (Y 2 gai.) $1-29 IMPOETED SCOTCH WHISKEY $5.75 White Horse, Haig and Haig-, DeWars and others) (full fifth) IMPOETED V. S. D. P. CHAMPAGNE- $O COGNAC (4-5 pt.) **• J.K. STORES CUT RATE LIQUORS - WINES BEER Your wiLI.VS-orBBt.AND D»lrr LIBEETY MOTOES, Inc. •>.* llnrrlnon. AVi>n«e • • Off Eir,lmnie I'liire. Wnl»rbor» ' .- • 'Pbont 8-800* Chrysler and Plymouth O. M. 0. Truck* J, C. Raytkwich, JR t ACCESSOEIE3 Repairing 106 SOUTH MAIN ST. Telephone 4008 J396 North Main St. Union City, Conn. FKKE WELIVEBV ANYWHERE IN NACGATUCK Telephone 407n , 1947 Marks Our 104th Year of Successful Rubber Footwear Manufacturing With This Eecord of Achievement Behind Us ,, ,. We Look Forward to Future Security and Prosperity For Our Company, Our Employees and the Community UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. ' "Jjcrvlnn Through Science" Naugatuck Footwear Plant Conn.

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page