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January 22, 1947

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PAGE 8—NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN), WEDNESDAY. JAN. M, 10*7 GOLDIE'S Camera Shop Federal, bunmy, Kc.vier aoldilght 17 Ornnrt SI.. Wthy. Tel. &-181B rftrfffftf- RADIO EXPERTS Since 1925 SWAN'S IS Church St. — Tot. 2874 E .ALTERING oun STOKK Watch Us Grow! CORNER CANTEEN 3!)2 No. Main Street "Oon»" Tcllerlco, Prop. or January Clearance SALE at BENSON'S SHOP 130 SOUTH MAIN ST. Waterbury How fo get 11 LOAN from t h f • YES MAN Mrril ii limn? ,lu*t tin thl*: ), Vl*ll »f [)honi« IVMUInU t«- ihiy. .liiHt »ivy "I wnnl to xrt ii hum." •J. (ilvr in u fi-w rnct* »i» ivu run fit yiiiir monthly tmy- rnrnt* to yunr hllllirrt. 3. Wlii-n uiuillrnllDii l» lumrovMl. nlup In, »lKn mill plrk ii|> <'n*h. Ymi run ni't » Inun on your Mirimtiirc nlnnr. A limn »f *l»il cox!* yjn.iin whrn uriimiillr n- imlil In IB Miinilhly i-iiiiTiMillve ln*liillnii-nl* »f tHO.ll."> each. In iih-lrct to KI-E. W I.l- GET A JEEP Your WlM.YS-OVKBLANn Drain LIBERTY MOTORS, Inc. 34 IliirrlNnn Arrnn« Off Kichnnicc I'liirr, WaUrbory 'I'liniu 8-HMKJ TOYS — 25% OFF NAUGATUCK SPORT & AUTO SUPPLY "RUSS" WKAVING, I'rop. Wlnilow Court Tel. 3394 J'ABTS and SEBVICK ON .ALL MAKES OF CARS B & M Motors, Inc. NiuiKiitucU'H Hudson Agency General Repairing 80-82 SOUTH MAIN S*. Tu). CAItS WINTKIil'/KU CHAPPIE'S AMOCO GASOLINE SERVICE STATION 248 BUI HO 1C ST. - Tier,. 4890 MrMII.I.AN MOTOH 'III'!* PLAY POOL and Bowl at the R & M ALLEYS 153 MAI'I'K HTIJ'EKT Probate Notice District of Ntiugatucl;, ss. Probate Court, January 21at, A. D. 19'17 Estate of Mabel Edith Nichols late ot Naugatuck In said District, cluccaaed. Tho Administrator C. T. A., hav- infr exhibited her account with said estate to this Court for allowance, and made application for nn order of. distribution of said estate, it is ORDERED, Thnt the 2-lth clay ot January, A. D. 19'I7, .it -2 o'clock | in the afternoon, standard/ time, at | the Probate Office In Naugalucl;, I be and the same is, assigned for n hearing on the allowance of said account, nnd application and the Court directs tho Admirrfi;trator C. T. A., to pive notice thereof, by Local Y Donates Teams Willing To Help Out U. S. Rubber Vs. Purple, Knights Probable Preliminary Attraction In Gala Basketball Offering pnpcr District, nnd leaving %vith. or by mailing in post-paid letters addressed to each o£ the persons interested, and residing without tho Probate District of Naugatuck, a copy of this order, all at leant two days before said clay of hearing aiici return to this Court. Attest. RAYMOND M. SHEA. Judge. NOTICE The Registrars of Voters of the Borough of Nnupatuck will meet in the Court Room, Town Hall building, on Friday, January 31 and Friday, February 7, 19-17 from 12:00 o'clock noon to P. M. for the purpose of receiving applications for enrollment of the electors who arc entitled to vote in any party caucus and for the purpose of making changes in the enrollment lists last perfected. All applications for party registration must be made on or before each of said meetings, CYRIL TUOHY HENRY ZW1CK Registrars of Voters LIQUOR PERMIT Notice of Application This Is to give notice that I. Joseph Di Leo o[ 106 Grecnleaf avenue, Waterbury. have I'^d an application dated Jan. 14, 19-17 with the Liquor Control Commission for a Package Store Beer or.ly permit for the .sale of alcoholic liquor on the premises, 123 Cherry street. Js'aujca'tuck. Tho business is ow.ned by Joseph Di Leo of 106 Grecnleaf avenue, W<iterbury and will be conducted by JoTcph Di Leo of 106 Gi'conleaf avonuo, Watorbury, us permi'ttoo. JOSEPH DI Dated Jan, 14, 1947. ELECTRICAL NEEDS Electric Appliance Co. 1244 Baldwin St, Wat. — Tel. 4-4243 SAND-BANUM STANDARD The entirely different boiler scale ollnilnunt. 682 JNOBTII MAIN ST. Union City - Tel. By TOM EGAN Borough sportsdom will do i'ti '.! part for the 1347 March of Dimes "! A gala basketball program will be presented at tlie Y on Friday evening, Jan. \31, to help swell total funds being collected locally for victims of infantile paralysis- The preen light for the affair was turned on yesterday when Fri';?. Klambt, Y physical director, got in touch with a member of the March of Dimes committee and announced that Herbert E. Brown, Y general secretary, had offered to donate Y facilities to any sports effort to help increase March of Dimes funds. Following the offer of Y facilities, Russ Weaving 1 , local basketball official, announced that he would gladly donate his services to this good cause. Ed McGrath, director of public relations at the U. S. Rubber Company and manager of 'the U. S. Rubber basketball team, said that "unquestionably his team would be glad to cooperate." Coach Cliff Swirski of the local Purple Knights, a team which has won nine out of 11 games so far this season, said that he could not give a dofinite answer when asked If his team would be willing to mce-t the Rubber squad on the pro gdam. Members of the squad would have to vote on the question, Manager Swirski said. _He dirj not deny, however, that he expected a favorable ballot in view of the cause for which the game was to be played. The U. S. Rubber team and the Purple Knights are intended to meet in the preliminary to a same which is arousing steadily mounting intei-est in the borough — the proposed meeting between Manager Eddie Noklc'B Merry Morticians and Coach Ed McCarthy's Post Office Big Five. Most of the interest centers about whether cither team will bi. able to play a full game. One local fan who desires to remain nameless (a) because he wants his mail delivered and (b) because ho ha; hopes of a decent burial when the hand of the grim reaper strikes, said: "I'm ordering my ticket now. It will be worth twice the price of any reasonable admission to see those guys try -to play one pci-iod." Told of this remark, Coach Ed McCarthy of the Big Five treated it with the disdainful scorn he thought it deserved. "These boys of mine will be in there," Ed said. There is no question in my mind as 'to who will win." Asked what the answer in his mind as to who would win was, Ed replied, "I have no comment." Manager Eddie Nolde of the Morticians gave his consent to the game readily. "I feel that .in event such as this demands focmcn more worthy of our steel," Manager Noldc said, "the Renaissance team, for instance.." "However," he con-tinued. "since others have seen tit to secure this inferior opr position, we shall take what is offered, but, only because the cause is BO worthy." Manager Noldo was asked if hi; cared to make any predictions as to the outcome of the game. "We'll bury them." he said, and added three words that caused star for- i ward Paul Buckmitlor, standing nearby, to bianco.—"free of charge." Postmaster Frank T. Green,; chairman ot the local March of Dimes, announced this morning that he would name a committee in charge of this affair sometime today, and that tickets would go on sale very shortly. YANK ELIMINATED Sydney, Australia, Jan. 22—<"U : P> —One of America's ranking tennis starj. Billy Talbnrt of Wilmington, Del., has been eliminated in the second found of tho Australian national championships. Talbcrl was upset by Eilly Sidwcll of Australia 6-1, 6-2, 3-fi and 6-2. YOU'VE READ ABOUT IT! YOU'VE HEARD ABOUT IT! SOON! YOU WILL SEE "THE RAZOR'S EDGE"! \V»nl «f llil.s motion picture hut* sprcuit to the mirth's f;ir runic rs . . . — WOIII) <>!•• ITS STOUV OF LOVK AND JIAT1CKU. SO 1N- TICNSK AN II SO rilOFOUND. — IVOKO Of ITS MAONIKICKNT THKMK, TOI.I) WITH SUCH COMTASSIOX AMI IH.'MAAflTV. — WOUIJ OK ONK MAN'S SKAUCII TO SATISFY TUB IIUNGKIl IN KVKKY HUMAN IIKART. The Razors Edge presents Tyrone POWER — Gene TIERNEY John PAYNE — Anne BAXTER Clifton WEBB — Herbert MARSHALL F, KANUCK'S production of W. SOM11HSKT MAUGHAM'S WMP^^BMIWMHHM^^^BHH WED. SlHedwig's Wins CYO Game ' St. Hodwig's CYO basketball tcnm beat Sts. Peter and Paul of Waterbury, 34-29, al the Washington Park Community House in Waterbury in a regular K, of C. league .central List night. KuszynslU with 12 points was high for St HcdwlR's. The scoi-a: . St. Hedwljr's ' b f.-\Tp Stru-bcnski If .......... • • - 4 Sob-birimskl If ............ 1 L-omaii rf ................ 3 Kuosynski c . . . . : ......... 4 Polakcwslii c ........... '- 0 Bc-oinsUI Ig .... .......... 2 Koblinski ....... .,". ...... 0 Zapatka rg ........ 1 Vigeant, Falco Feature Friday Card At Armory Waterbury, Jan. 22 — Promoter George Mulligan, of the Waterbury A. C., has lined' up an attractive card for Friday night at the State! Armory featuring Frankic Vigeant, > the Thomaston puncher, and Tony . By TOM EGAJV Falco, of Hartford, in a return 10- rounder. Billy Brown, Manchester, and Kenny Jaijnes, Waterbury colored battler, are scheduled in the eight- rouhd semi-final go at the big drill shed, . , Donald Fisher, of Ansonia, and 0,>. 0 oj>« 00 0 2- Totals IS 4 3<l SS. Peter & Pnul Brown rpf Costello rp . .. Geary IK Cook IK Mu IT jury c , , Farrlnstcn rf Kcaveney If . encounter. York, and •Harry 'L/ricanc of New •Johnny Holmes. Man- Totnls 11 7 29 Score at halC time: St. Hcdwig's 25, SS. Peter- & Paul 10. Referee: Monti. Big Five Wins Doubleheader By JOE CARRIER •The; Post'.pfttcc Big Five, who some detractors' 3-iid could not last a single jieriod, confounded these wi.icaerjs at Columbus Hall last night 'by winning both ends of i basketball double header. They boat '.he St. Francis Rams 37-17 in the opening or warm up contest, ind .then went on to take the Kardware Kwiks, C2-26 in the second game. The shooting o-f tlie Big Five was .obviously off in the first contest which accounts for their low scor'e, however in the second game, the Postmen found dropping in two- pointers easier than delivering' the mail. The Kwiks incidentally arc the same team which the Buckmiller Morticians had so much trouble with recently. CO1.tr.GK BASKETBALL Ohio Wcsleyan 6-1, Ohio U, 57. W. Maryland CJ, Gallaudet 42. New York U, 76; Colgate '58. . Holy Cross 58, Manhattan 49. North Carolina 63, Virginia 38. Bates OS, Moine U, 60. Colby 41, Bowdoin 30. Kentucky 8-1. Georgia 15. K. I. State m, Buckncll 52. Western Kentucky 61, St. John's (Brooklyn) B<1. APPOINTED Aye i 1 , Mass., Jan. 22 — (UP)— Robert (Bob) Davis of the Boston Yanks has been appointed football coach and professor of physical education at the All G.i. Fort Devens extension of 'Massachusetts State college. Davis will take over the job ,Fob. 1 and hU staff -.nil include ..Ronnie Cahill of Holy Cross./nTom Carey''rf Brown university, and Bill Stewart of Notro Dame. VALIEV LKAGUE STANDING W. L. Pet. Lcavcnworbh 5 0 1.000 Nausatuck 3 1 ,7ljO Ansor.b 3 3 .500 Torrlnpton VVIlby ... Crosby .500 .200 000 TRY CLASSIFIED ADS FOR RENT Our New CLARK FLOOR WAXING MACHINE NAUGATUCK HARDWARE NEAKT BCrLDINO TEL. 5212 KEVER BEFORE ON ICE! , . . chcatbr, L 'eiqu'ars'' 1 oft r 'iri ! a sixer'.' ..Falco dropped an t unpopular dc- ciisloh : to Viecan't Here last month after ,' a ^.torrid, biuisinj; 10-round fight whicli! had the fans on throughout arid ..the '•: Hartford boy will be. out l.o evcn.'the score', witn Vigcant Friday .night. Tickets are on sale, at Mulligan's Restaurant, Phoenix, avenue,. tcrbury, and are priced at 52.DO, $1,75 and .$1,25. A.A.V. LEAGUE F, Madden Maulers (1) 107 9-1 130— 331 Sweeney Schrull . Martin . D. Myers 79 96 104 86 111 93 '88 78 92 107 81— 160 94— 29-i 86— 283 — 181 78— 248 87— 194 Totals 557 Gil 574 Bonecrushcrs (2) 17*5 J. Fox :. .. Don Dibble J. Nardcllo D. Shea . .. D. Zehndor H. Hoppco . B. Woods F. Johnson Totals 92 106— 198 112 82 72— 271 98 84— 182 92 — 92 96 104 — 20D 101 92 12-1— 317 105 m no— :w$ 85 106— 191 G04 568 607 1779 High individual single—Madden. 130. High individual three—Madden, 331. • High team single—Maulers, 614. • High- team (three/ strings)— Bonccrushers", 1779, " ^_ GnaizdoWski Schaefera Gallucci .-.-. Tanrrcdi Steamrollers ....... '. . .102 '.'"- 80 . .78 '(0) SO — 160 .92 ,7Sr— 248 123 100 106— 329 •'•S'l'-'SS 96-v-:278 .891 101 112— .302 GIVE THE BOYS A BREAK There will be no public sale,.of tickets locally for the Naugratuck High School-Torrlngton basketball game at the Torrington armoiV Saturday night. Number of tjckcts allotted to the local high school will be lucarcely enough for .student requirements, let alone affording: purchasing opportunities . to tho general public. It is .likewise extremely doubtful that there will be a public sale at the Torrington Armory the night of the game. Members of the Naugatuck High School squad will be able to purchase only enough adult admission tickets to» take care of their immediate families, .This warning is iasuod In an effort to prevent fronds of Greyhound players aak- ing them to buy -tickets. No Can Do Several people assuming-that the players might have more ready ac- CCBS to purchasable tickets than other students asked members of the squad, especially the first stringers, to buy tickets for the last Greyhound game with Leavenworth. The boys made every effort. to oblige, even to asking: others to visit outlets while tickets were on sale and buy some for them. However, they were not able : to get tickets for everybody 'and in some instances those who were not taken care of administered sound tongue lashings to the hapless youths. One Greyhound player wae so emotionally upset by what was said to him by people for whom he had been unable ; to buy tickets that it adversely affected his pcr ; formancc in the game. So do the boys ;i favor, don't ask them to get you a ticket for the Tprringlon game. They . won't be abie lo. Instead, why not hand JIC.T. .some money and a^k them to get you tickets for the March of Dimes Sports Night at the Y a week from Friday. March of Dimes Chairman Frank Green will make that easy. Dunn Gai'Konia. Aquavia Murpliy Santorc • Keller . Woodchoppers (3) 101 113 01— 305 .... 93 95 95— 283 .. 102 87 100— 289 .... 8G 105 101— 292 94 99 9,) _ 287 106 1-17 109— 3G2 Totals High 147. High 362. .... 583 fi-lfi MO individual single—Keller, individual three—Keller, ALCAZAR Today - Thursday Ernest Hemingway's Great Drama . "THE KILLERS" Naugy Swimmers Meet Crosby Coach Alex Sullivan will Inad his Naupratuck Hijrh School swi^nminjr team against the Crosby High School splashers t'ni.s cvcninK ai 8 o'clock at the Crosby pool. This meet will open tlie season foi- the Greyhound swim team, the Jlrst such team over to wear the colo^i of Naugaluck High School. Charlie White has bsen clncte captain of the team and Bud D Maria is manager. Bob Ruccio Named Mainstay Of Team ByU.C. Scribe Naufra'tuck's Bob Rucelo''came In for some hljjh and apparently well- deserved praise In a recent Issue of the ."Trumble .Tide" school howii- papcr of, the University of Connecticut, Fort Trumbull branch- This pralBfi v.-ns contained ..In a write-up piven Bob by Cha'rlic Pu- sarls in his column, "H.Rli Tide of the Week,"'part of which follows: "Hiffh Tide" is pleased to present this-.week an unassuming young man who is doing yeoman service In helping the Trumhull basketball combine click on all cylinders. We refer to Robert Edward Ruccio who in holding down the center ponl- tion, ia perhaps the master link on which depends the success of the team... 'Throughout the season Bob has been an important factor in pulling down. balls from opponents: back-boards in conjunction with the Trumbull -guards and has also handled the "bucket hand-off" with neat precision and deception. His quick discernment and capitalization of enemy weaknesses and his unerring shooting eye .from the 3Ucket and the'free-throw line art! [actors, which explain his possession, of the squad's highest personal point^total. . .. . . .. . "Bob Ruccio lives in Naugatuck ] and was., graduated from .Naujra-. :ucl{ High in 1939 after turning in; three, yeans of varsity baxkctbs.il. He .served with the Marine Corps during the war and played some ball with the 5th anti-aircraft regiment. Back home he has played with the Naugatuck Zephyrs and Purple nights basketball teams and has patrolled the outfield for tlie U. S. Rubber baseball team." Dusty League Play Starts Earlier AtYTonight The Naugatuck Industrial b»». kctball leapue wjll swing. \tlto jicllon• loni;rht at the Y'on*'hoar earlier titan ugual. Ed McOrnJi', U, S. Kedatcm meet the High School Vets in _the opener whit* the Chcmlcft) talTea on the Eincrn Malleable Iron in the accond con, tent.' . New starting time la 7 o'clock, ADD THREE Cleveland, Jan .28—<UP) jj^ Cleveland Browns, champion* of the All-America FooUja.lICohftr- ' cnco. have added three new nvott to their 1947 K rld roster. Thty an 'Halfbacks Jim Dewar or Indiana university and Johnny Du<U ,rf Virginia, and Tackle Jack Cfcrptn- ter of Michigan. CarpcnUr, t husky 235-pounder, WM 'thi Browns' fourth choice in thi r*. cent college draft- About one-half the lumber used in Die United States each year i> burned as fire \vood. It averu«t nearly one cord per person. The total value of 'the Unite States intcrmountain sugar bee crop for 10-16, including by-prod ucts, will be in the ncighborhoo' of $75,000,000. SALEM Today - Thursday Friday • Saturday Also March of Time, The American Cop FRED'S HI-WAY GRILLE 501 South Main St.. Regular Unlly Dinner SOc up A Ln Carlo ' Menu Spuglicttt To Take Out Banquet Room, Cocktail Lounge .Full Liauor License Chrysler and Plymouth O. M. 0. Truck* J. C. Raylkwich, JR; ACCESSORIES Repairing 10« SOUTH MAIN ST. Telephone 40M PAINT HARDWARE HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES ETC. Free Delivery Maple ^Street ..' TelJ'3507 TRY TJEWS WANT ABS SCHOLASTIC BASKETBALL Ansonia 57, Milfrd 36." Seymour 41. Milt'ord 34. Regional 47, Dover Plains 29. HillJiouse 36, Bristol 31. Commcrcio'. 2». inopKins 23. West Haven 3*, Hartford Public 30. Morris 30. Wateitown 28, East H-avcn 48, Shclton 44. Greenwich 40, Stamford 42. Central, 48, Harding 25. Weaver 37, Windham 21, East Hartford 33, Rockvillc 29. Glastonbury 46, Wct-hersfield IS. Simsbury 41, School for Deaf 36. Noivir.grlon !30, Berlin 32. Canton 49. F.irminfrton 32. PlainviJJc 52, Goodwin Tech 33. Gui;forU 00, Natiian Halc> 4i>. Wilcox Tech 49, Hartford Trade 33. Micidleto\vn 40, Lewis 24. | Ellsworth 5-i. Cheney Toch 13. ' Windsor Locks 35, Suffleld 32. ! Old Snybrook 61, Old Lymc 29. ' Morjpin 26, Hand, 24. ' Woonsockct 57. Stonin^ton 53. | Westerly 92, Shrewsbury 35. ' Griswoid 32, Admiral Billard 40. N. L. Eulkeley 55, R. E. Fitoh 30. East Hampton 39, Bacon Academy 34. M. E. Wells 34. Killing-ly 31. REMINGTON* and SCHtCK SCIIICK SHAVERSETS' ELECTRIC SHAVEBS G. IT. Table Model IUdlo« Portable Electric Record Player* G. E. Electric Mantle Clocta Electric Iron* HAWLEY HARDWARE _Jg» CHURCH STREET BOXING Auspices Wtby. A.C .Geo. Mulligan, Promoter Friday Ni^ht Jan. 24th Armory — Field Street, Waterbury, Conn. Hi-turn Main Itnuf FRANKIE i>C TONY VIGEANT T0 * FAIX30 KcMurn N?mt l>'ln:il KEXNV VTC BH.LV .TAMES T °* BROWN Am! 3 Other n«uf» PRICES: $2.50 Ringiide $1.75 Reserved — Gen. Adm. $1.25 All Tax Ind. flx Now on *«!,• HI Miilllinin' tuumnl. in I'hrx-nlv Aw., lVHlrri>ur>- 1'hone Waterbury WATERBURY NOW! MEET THESE AMAZING PEOPLE MEN AND WOMEN WHO BURKED THEIR STORIES INTO-THE PACES OF THIS FAMOUS NOVEL! THINGS WittN'l $0 IAD IACK IN 1000000 S.C "ONE MILLION B.C." 1947 Marks Our 104th Year of Successful Rubber Footwear Manufacturing With This Record of Achievement Behind Us •-'•..' We Look Forward to . ' . -t Future Security and Prosperity For Our Company, Our Employees and the Community ....... ; . , ' UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. "Ser»-lnB Through . Naugatuck Footwear Plant Naugratuck Gomt

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