Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 21, 1947 · Page 6
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 6

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Tuesday, January 21, 1947
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TAPE >—VAPQATUCK NEWS (CONN.). TPSDAY. JAK 81, 194E7 St. Hedwig's Meets Sts. Peter & Pauls St. MpduMg's (TYO team meets tho Sts. PetiM' ond P.iill team of Wn- t.orhnry at the Washington Park Community house tomorrow cvo- at 7 o'clock In ft regularly sclwlnlcfi Knljrhts of Columbus con-teat. In a single molecule of the hu Tnnn blood there arc an estimated 16,«l<) atoms. . Kvcry l)n>, More M<>u ^ lt'» the wiirohoiiMi way inn.' .' for of WATERBURY THE STORE FOR VALUE! Now. a«t alway*, you cun In 1 surf of grunt viilun whrn you buy your suit sit .lim Unit 1 Our pricoM Imvr not ~«im- u , , hut. our quality still li.-iicl th« Held! Conic In today! Only $25-940 Dusty Basketball Rubber Badminton G ames ft, Start Bows To Waterbury Y o ne Hour Earlier ' BANTAM"CHAMP"- - - By Jack SorA Thc Naugatuck YMCA Induntrlal Tho Naugatuck U. S. Rubber badminton team last their Sunday, m:..tch with the Waterbury YMCA! Basketball. Icnprue games will start hv ihn <.™i-o ^r ', m o \ono half hour earlier this Wednes- J S ill of W I "i left:- t ' day with tho Hlgh School Vets and «. ob»,..« l^^c, ™r %j-*,***%.*£*«* thc fh ' st J. Lockwood defeated "„„..., n Cioslcw.skl of N.'uig: and 15-7. Harry Ander.snn Drob of Natiirattick 17-10. Henry 15-7, 9-15 ntul Edward defeated Tata ami Sullivan in the day, 18-17 the match and 15-12. of l : pi>arln and Lockwood defeated Hoary Clcslewski and Charles Welch of Naugaluck 10-7, 10-15 and (C-12. Sprarin nnd Pinter of Waterbury di'fi.'.-itrd Carl Toothnkcr and Philip Brown. 15-10 and 18-14. Til til and Flaming of Waterbury defefilod Andcra.->n and Brown 1010, 10-1." nnd 15-0. Toothakor and Drab of Naugatuck do.'oatod Pinter and Fleming 15-.'! ;t ml 15-1. CLOTHI9 ton MIN WAREHOUSE SALESROOM «»1 MIADOW STRIIT (U Mi* N«*Mfl ttal. Ckrytlw BMM OHN I) A.M.-* t.m. DAIIV (Nt'nrrHt Jhn l>nli« Kmiilnlilp ,st..rr nn KOI i Ic I. OmtiKr) GET A JEEP Unnt WIM/VS-OVKlU.iXMJ Denlrr LIBERTY MOTORS, Inc. 34 Hnrrlnnn A»nn* Off K»rhiin«i- I'lncc, Wuturbnry 'Phon* TOYS — 25% OFF NAUOATUCK SPORT & AUTO SUPPLY "KUtfS" WKAVING, Trop. Wlnslow Court Tel. 3394 I'AIITS and SMIIVICE ON ALL MAKKS OF CAKS i B & M Motors, Inc. Hudson Agency ; Grnrral 80-82 iSOUTII MAIN ST. Ti-l. (HI I CAKS WINTKRf/ED CHAPPIE'S AMOCO GASOLINE SERVICE STATION 31» HKIUGK ST. TEL. 4890 MCMILLAN MOTOH -in^ PLAY POOL and Bowl at the R & M ALLEYS IBS MAI'LK S4TKEJ5T VVt'.l. riJMI'S for KITCHK.N f'OK ItKNT GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE m MA rue STIIKKT (AcniNH from City H;»hiT.v) I'rcn In-llvrry Trlcplmnn fiH4-l GOLDIE'S Camera Shop Knlureors: federal, Sunruy, Dejur, Kcyzvr < 17 Griinri St., Wtby. Tel. (5-1873 Thc nccond game between the Naugatuck Chemical and 'the East crn Malleable Iron will follow at about 8:CO o'clock. Thn V(,'ts arc out to upset tho O. S. Rubber winning streak. Thc Rubber toam hasn't been defeated in thc league play. Thc feature game will be between the E. M. I. and the Chemical. The Chemical has a Blight edge, on thc basis of record, but E. M. I. will be out to prove dopesters wrong. VETERANS I J! AGUE (Annenberg's Alleys) Murphy , Connelly cnson . Peterson J. Clark . Marlncl(O). 81 03 36— EGO 04 88 76— 258 SO 99 118— 237 120 87 107— 31<f Ill 89 • 91— 289 Thr morn we like to make loans inurr tint I'M \\v> *uy "Yen" th IMIMIIII'MM \\v tin, Tlifn'Torr. IT yit 'xtni rush — yini 4>iin tlcponr) on on our )»'st Cu any ">Tf«" tn you, loan f $H>f> 4'i>r>tn ^'^O In TJ nifiitrlily of *10.u". rticli. alone. Dnn't horrcnv iinnirrMMHrMy, Itnt If y Ttl u Ion a K\\V IIH u chuni'f to * rH" won't you? Jiint cume lu op phone to UPC. "W , l«tf« , /mil tymktll V»» <•»!«. S0»ln4»w, FINANCE GO. of Wutprlmry 399 Hunk St. Phone \Vtby. 3-3103 ELECTRICAL NEEDS ' Electric Appliance Co. i J2-U Baldwin St. Wilt. — Tel. -1-J242 new color «n<IHfi. i.itoold thimsu'with rl > jfusuqiiik. «h<5 Kyiinize ' *~J Otuclc dry ing cnr 111 *'' ^ Cir nil f'irnirurc and woo<l- wvrk, J Srawt co , colors. Wuhabl*. C;fZ NORTH MAIN ST. TJiiInn City - Tol. JOHS YOU'VE READ ABOUT IT! YOU'VE HEARD ABOUT IT! SOON! YOU WILL SEE "THE RAZOR'S EDGE"! »f H>lt o" l>l<-tiir<' I" this ««>rth'n Cur . . . . — V.'OKII <•!• ns STOKV 01 i.ovi: AND IIATUKII, so I.N- TIINMI 1 ; AiM> SO rUOJ''OUNl). _V.'Oi;i> OF ITM MAUNII'ICKNT TIIKMK, TO!,!) \\1T1I SLCII COMTrtSSlON ANI» HUMANITY. — WOKII OF ONK MAN'S SI'IAIUHI TO SATI.SFV TJU5 IIUNOKK IN KVKUY HUMAN IIKAKT. The Edge Tyrone POWER — Gene TIERNEY John PAYNE — Anne BAXTER Clifton WEBB — Herbert MARSHALL DARRYL F, ^AN[JCK'? production or W. SOHKRSKT MAUGHAM'S TODAY—"HAGK JN IIEAVKN" ami "FAJJfl.OUS SUZA>'N"K' Total 486 45G 480—1122 Amorlciin I<cglon (3). Janiolo 127 98 — 227 Zaiho 0!) 123 <M— Slfi McDonald 99 9-1 103— 296 Hackett 91 10-1 120— 315 Gladding 133 100 111— 344 Farrcn ., 114— 114 Total S49 519 042—1610 M-R. Tost (0). R. Montoni 88 F. Angiolillo 104 86 S, DiVito 90 78 P. DeCarlo 86 103 A. Mengacci D. Payne .. C. Nardollo . 92 100 102 84— 172 90— 280 — 168 93— 294 103— 195— 100 95— 197 Total A. A. C. Santorc .. B. Sweeney , F. M.i eld en . J. Ashmore . D. Keller .. M. Connors B, Woods ... B. Lawlor .. . 4GO 471 475—1406 V. (3). . 109 9S 112— 319 . 107 101 88— 216 , . 97 — 97 . 103 96— 199 . 105 — 105 117 US— 235 123 — 123 109 104— 213 &UHt(+t(p W& Greyhounds Meet Torrington Squad This Saturday Naugatuck High school's fast stepping ' Greyh'ounds will be called ' upon to leap over another- high nur- Boxlng holds the apotliffht In the j di c | n their race for a third con- Roundup of Sports today. Red' Priest, New England middleweight champion, needed to rally in the closing rounds of a dull ton-rounder in Madison Square last' night to win' a decision over Cowboy Ruben Shank, decision was split. Referee accutivc Naugatuck Valley league championship when they meet Coach Connie Donahue's up and coming Torrington High school team at Torrington this Saturday. Thc Donahue charges got off to a Blow start early in the season, but have been . steadily improving. Naugatuck, Betfcany Students On Spirts Carnival Committee One NauRatuck and one Bethany arc on the committee of students, in charpc of tb* Middlebury, VI.. College annual iports carnival which Thursday. Jean D. Holmberg, 33 > Sweeney street, Naugatuck, nnd ' Lulubcl T. Newton, Bcthmour road, 'Bcllianyj arc both members of thlr committee, according to information received from ths college. Donovan called the bout i and are now rated as capable of one judge gave Priest five rounds to three; the other gave battler five rounds but had giving any high school team a tussle. They will show against Coach Bill Tracy's Leavenworth Tech Tigers at the Waterbury "armory Wed- Julit Kogan, 135, New Haven, outpointed Humberto Zabala, 137, i Mexico City, in ten rounds last night at^thc New Haven arena. Qther results: Dino Delita, 132, Canton, Ohio, decisioned Corky Davis, 135, Worcester, Mass., in an eight-round semi-ilnal. Johnny Corbett, 147, _Branford, won over Sammy Mamtnone, 146, Stamford, when Devlin stopped the tcst. scheduled i$ix-round g-o In the first with Mammone badly beaten, Tim-my Collins, 120, Boston, knocked out Johnny Martin, 120, St. Francis Rams Meet P.O. Big Five The Rams never- say -die St, Francis' will oncem ore place their season winlcss record up for improvement this evening when they ploy the high touted Post Office 5. Thc Mail Carriers arc rot yet a ovcd but because of the , . New Haven, in the first of a sched- Cleverness of their publ.cists they ,SAA PSA/AC i sc*» Basketball Scores Sullivan's Hut Wires Total , r )21 C4S CIS—15S7 GIRLS 1 DUSTY LEAGUE (Annonborg's Alolys) Risdon (2). M. Ha'.asik OS 95 102— 295 '•. Fairbank 82 87 96—265 C. Watcrhousc .... 93 S7 86— 266 A. Butku.i 108 111 130— 349 D. Lewis 78 108 115— 301 'Total Mazcika H. Pompano A. Stasonia . Burbee . VI. Benson .. Total 459 488 529—1476 Lewis Plant (1). 90 113 116— 319 97 101 91— 289 85 94 88— 2S7 84 86 81— 251 94 125 96— 315 450 519 472—1441 U. S. Ruhbcr (3). Schleh 103 88 126— 317 Phillips 94 76 105—-275 K. Connell 122104 87—313 Gair 75 75 75— 225 I. Stebar 92 82 96— 270 D. Hopkins. If C. Finke, rf .. J. Fruin, c ... LaFontainc ... R. Loman, Ig . McCann E. Massa, rg • • Totals 20 Merry Morticians b 3 1 o 5 1 1 Schmelckc 0 T. Scally, If . R. Smith .... E. Nolde, rf . F. Ncary, c .. T. Rawlcy, Ig Spec Shon, rg f P 0 4 0 12 0 12 0 0 0 8 0 0 1 5 1 41 f P 1 7 0 2 1 5 0 10 0 2 0 2 0 0 All Americans Take Three The Ail- American Vtits took three from thu Montnnuri-Rndo post in a rogul.-ir Veterans League bowling match at Annenberg's which marked the opening of the .-second round. C. Santoie wilh 319 was 'the Vets' hiirh man The V. F. W. took from the J>. A. V.: the Union City VeCs took three from tho Gold Star Post nrcl the American Legion took throe from thr Mnrincs in otho.i- matches rolled Title All Americans won t:--<i ;1rsi round championship i:i n special roll-oft match against the M-R post. Totals .................. 13 2 2S Score at half time: Hot Wires 21, Mortys 10, Referees: F. Klambt, J. Healy. Devils rf Total 486 425 489—1400 U. S. Cost (0). Rynocltl 79 86 100— 285 Bryk 70 91 72— 233 - Magnuson ...... 91 V Dowllng 99 Dorrine Dui-r 83 72 95— 258 .89 93— 281 78 102— 263 Total 422 41G 462—1300 Brownie Button' Aids Bachelors Buffalo, N. Y, —(UP>— For tho n«in who is minus some buttons," most W. Biegajski, of Buffalo, N. ., has invented what he calls his brownie button," By merely fastening ii on in hroo easy steps, Bicgajski says, on wind up with the same results hat. formerly called for needle nd thread. Bicgajski, who act|iiir- d the idea from a list of "unin- ented articles," labored in his pare time for 4 1-2 years to per- ect the button and now has a pa- e-nt pending on it. M. Bryk, If E. Arscnault, M. Matos, c J.. ituvlk F. Wisineld, Ig W. Matos, rg Totals Bluebirds B. Hudncr, If A, Illes, rf B. Gai-rick, c J, Illes, Ig B. Robinson, rg Totals Score at half time; 20-5, Referee: Cut-tin. M. Stone, If M. Burke, rf .. . B. Rielly. c Z.' Vonfofnic, Ig Tysnootinbnrgle E. Smith, rg 4 14 0 2 0 8 0 14 4 04 b f p Oil 000 204 102 7 3 :-7 10 3 21 Devilu. b f p 204 000 306 000 000 Totals 7 Novocinski. If .... Siuxdak, rf Tcdeuco, c Costa, Ig Kraycski, rg Totals Referee: Currier. b f 0 1 1 0 0 0 000 000 1 1 JOE BEAVER' Rhode Island Man Denied Citizenship Providence. 'R. I. fUP)—Joseph Tcncxa of Went Warwick vv.-xs denied citizenship by Federal Judg-e John P. Hartigffin when ho appeared in U. S. District Court. "Who makes the laws of tho United Stal.cs?" 'Lhe judrro usUcd. "Truman," Tencxa replied. "Who makes the laws of Rhode Island?" "Truman," Toncza said, adding; "Truman docs cvei>thins. Roosevelt did, now Truman." ulcd four, and Solly Cantor, 127. New Haven, declsioncd Eddie Germaine, 130, Bridgeport, four. Ear! Roys of Bristol, New England bantamweight champion, knocked out Jose De Medena of Puerto Rico in thc seventh round of a scheduled eight-rounder at the Stanley arena in New Britain last night. In the slated eight-round semifinal, Jo'hnny Bell, 343, New Britain, stopped Billy Ross, 148, East Humpton, Conn., with a right to the j-iw in 2:l, r > of thc first. NoeJ Heed, 210, Jamaica, B.W.I.,, outpointed Ernie Griflln, 190, Hart-j~. ford, and Whitey Cozy, 154, New vc <^atcd to among the highest regarded amateur combines in the borough. Tomorrow the Rams hope to upse this myth of invincibility by trauncinjr the mail-men and their triple- threat of Benson, Moroncy and Stiljcr. Thc Rams wfll once more be outweighed in this contest with Stiber and Benson a.\ona, ot thc Stinson Leads Intermediate Scoring Bill Stinson with 82 points leads thc Y. Intermediate Lcagie scores with only one more week to go in thc first round. Mascola .is second with GO points and Sulli-van third with S6. League scoring-rtatijtics follow: Stinson Greeks . .. Mascola, Persians . Sullivan, Romans . . Klonoski, Romans. Scranlon, Parthians Mariano, Romans . . Curri-cr, Greeks Nixon, Greeks . .. . Rabtoy, Greeks . .. . Greeks . . G. 5 19 19 jfe 37 13 T. 82 60 56 55 52 41 39 36 34 27 Britain, defeated Henry Holt, 154, Danl>ury, in .six-rounders. I.i a live-round simc-pro bout, Johnny JJercurio. 327, New Britain, received the decision over Paul Amaloi-i, ISO, Middletown. Eddie Karl, Hartford, was the referee. Doug Carter, 144 1-4, of Newark, won a unanimous decision over Fran!;ic Cont:, 138 1-4, of Haverhill at Providence last night in a 10-round affair. Harry Hintlian, 138 1-4, of Worcester, outpointed Pat Doyle. 140. of Fall River, in thc eight-round semi-final. Bob Montgomery, recognized as thc world's lightweight champion on the New York-Pennsylvania circuit, scored a TKO over Eddie Giosa last night at thc Philadelphia arena. Thc Los Argele.5 Rams of the National Football league have named Bob Snyder head coaoh Snyder was backfleld coach for thc past two seasons. SALEM mail men, out seating the total poundags of thr St. Francis five. Moroncy is an abl* forward and should be a thorn- in the Ram's backs, A preliminary game, to start at tomorrow evening, is being ar- ed to precede the main contest. Besides the Rams-Big Five meeting, tonight's card will also show the Hardware Kwicks against the Union City Special Delivery Five The Kwicks with their star center Omar Kilroy, in form are expected to take the U. C. postmen. First secondary school established m the United States was the Boston English Bchool, opened in 3821 Yelbwstone imtional park, about! 64 miles long ::.nd (52 miles wide, i.~ about two-thirds the area of nucticut stat.c. ALCAZAR Wed. - Thurs. Fri. - Sat. Today - Wed. - Thurs Ernest Hemingway's Great Drama "THE KILLERS" 4 V±VJ i JhMM-i uuossison StttSIM. at 10:011 P.M., By Ed Nofzlger ( .. Forest Scrvlot, u. S. Deiwrtnxmt o[ Agrlculturo Tofct my wore! for it, Joc-CI«ar cutting and «ro,ion ha, probably mote ttrcami uninhabitable than you «v*r Annm»A ofl" FRI^AY-SAT-SUNj \ 7 YEAR OLD PIANO PRODlar ~L IriMUatDln "HOLFAVl. KOLOVt"! r BOBTHESTER jSXffi] ,Jf-tus GIANT STAGE SHOW-, n |^CARLROWAN^^«jT^JT^ FBED'S HI-WAY GRILLE 501 South Main St. Regular Dully .Dinner SOc up A Lu Carte •"'' ' .Menu Spaghetti To'Take Oiit Banquet lloorn,' Cocktail Louncc Full Llti'uor' 'License Chrysler and Plymouth .j G. M. C. Truck* J. C. Raytfcwich, JR. ACCESSORIES Repairing 106 SOUTH MAIN ST. ' Telephone 4096 B OX ING Auspices Wtby. A.C. Geo. Mulligan, Promoter Friday Night Jan. 24th Armory — Field Street, Waterbury, Conn. ItrMirn Muln lloilt FRANKIE •trc TONY VlGE.\y.T V0> FAI.CO ItrMirn Semi Flniil KENNY ina BILLY JAMES ' * 3 ' BROWN Anil 3 ll(li<-r Hunt* PRICES: 52.50 Ring-side $1.75 Reserved — Gen. Adm. $1.25 All Tax Incl. Irkflu Now nn Sato at Mulllc:in'* KI>K- mminl. IB Phornlx Avc., Wnlrrliury Phone Waterbory 3-9769 WANT GAMES> Thc Brooklyn Capitols Sporting- Ciub would like to arrange for games with local pro basketball games. They j'Tavc open 'elites from Jan. 27 to Feb. 13 and aie a ro«d club. Interested parties n»y write: Arthur Bramwell, 267 Lewis avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y, TOMORROW STRAND — WATEKBURY - ttffc aw*: March of Time, The American Cop '. Today:; .."Margie" FOR A CAB TEL. 5285 DAY or NIGHT Independent Cab Co. ion South Main St. PAINT HARDWARE HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES ETC. % Free Delivery CANS, Inc. Maple Street . Tel. 3507 THE EYEGLASS SHOP C.H.Tomlinson Building Nauiwtuck. Conn. ATTENTION SMALL TRUCK OWNERS ^We Have These HARD-TO-GET TIRES AH Sound Caslncs — BCV NOW — Limited Quantity; 900 x 20 10 Fly New ; 750 x 20 10 My Practically New : 750 x 20 8 My New Kccaps 750 x 20 8 riy Used ' 750 x 20 8 Ply Practically New 32 x 6 New Recaps .' 700 x 15 New Itec»p Knobby GOO x 16 New Recap Knobby &• Rccular Gomlycar Treat 550 x IG New Recap Goodyejxr Trc:id WE DO ALL SIZE RECAPPING — 550 x IB Thru 1100 x.*. ADVANCE TIRE SERVICE 4M MKIUDEN ROAD. WATERBURY PHONE 4tOU, 1947 Marks Our 104th Year of Successful Rubber Footwear Manufacturing 1 : With This Record of Achievement Behind Ur We Look Forward to "; Future Security and Prosperity For Our Company, Our Employees and the • '-.,..••• . Community ,; UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. "Serving; Through Science" i Naugatuck Footwear Plant i; Nauffatuck Coin.

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