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1-AGK B—NAUGATUCK N.KW8 (CONN.). SATUUDAY. JAN. M. 11147 Naugatuck High Swim Team In Three Way Meet Today Swims Hartford And Hamden High Schools At Trinity College Pool Conch Ali-x S,ulliv:m will take his Naupiitiick Hi?" School swim team to Hartford thi: 1 . Hflerncinji to compete In a three-wuy meet with [-[.irtt'or'd and Htimden 1-IiKli KCho.ils at tho Trinity ColU'Ke pool. Squad members will meet in front ol tin; Y at 1 o'clock. The lt;\i\\. which in the llrst swim tenm in tin: hUtory of Nuu- jj.'iUick (li«h dchotil, lost its 11 rat meet of the season Wednesday cvenini; to the Crosby swim tfnm ,'it tho Croi'li.v pool in W.'iterbury, The nv.'i-e experienced blue and white swimmers tooK every llr.-U pkico but one. Charlie White w..-«i thr lone wearer of the Garnet to come in llrst. HtAVuvr: 1 . Conch Sullivan expects his charKus ti> m.'ikr a much better shmvitiK this iiftcrnoon. now that they have had thoir firm titslt 1 of competition. Tho sciiiiid h-u sonm ;>iom!sinK mormi-'n on its roster ,and Cixich Sullivan expects thr boys to stnrt taking their share of Urns he foru lonjr. Tho boys wilj meet the Hillhouso Hi^'h School swim team of Now Havpn Wednesday (,-venini, r :i' S o'clock at the l.jciil Y. Members of the .sf|tuul who will mnl«i th<? trip this .iftsrnnon are Uudcly Di.Mai-iii. manager. Bert Sunhury, Scotr.Coiifivt.ir, How ard .Vixnn, Hoi-nurd Avcutlie, James | HpnnPrspy. Homild Fowler, An-! Ihoiiy KHITHI-, C;u I Majjnuson, William Sci-.'inton, Kuiinne Scranton, . Churlrs White. liJiymnm.l Jtii-zyn- ski, Benjamin Randall, Edward White, Steven Owens. Jack McCarthy, .rcihn Brady, John Hancock and Al Bilclo. Zephyrs Meet Wallingford Tonight At Y The Naugatuck Zephyrs will meet Wal'.ingford tomorrow evening :U the local Y at 8:30 in regular state league contest. Wallin^'ford at present holds down third place in the Southern Division cl *.i:e .stutc leugue . They will show Crisafi at forward whoso 32 points in one ffamo i.s a state league scoring record. At centev will be Morton, G-foot, 5- inch former Yale luminary. Manager Otto McC-inn will have his regular lineup on hand to try to spring a surprise on the visitors, Basketball Scores Norris, 1C . .VIciooki'l . . . Candai'illas Gav.ilik, rf "•"<•'Id. 1 tt . Barlow, c liuettger . Kopp, Ig O'Dorinell L, CfdndarilUts T Sulkosky, rg GOLDIE'S j Camera Shop KnlurK'irN: Federal, .suiiruy, ,j T arncyi ,.,- Drjur. lu-y/.LT : |,, Tuthil: I O'Dnnncli rt'tfiy, Tel. 5-1H73 * n. r.orbus ... D. Mitc-ho!!. I! Miller 0 0 0 1,. /ucc.-irclli A. Raihhutn, L\[ R. Sullivan Raytkwiuh. i-^ TOYS — 25% OFF NAUGATUCK SPORT & AUTO SUPPLY "IIUSS" WKAVING, 1'rop. Court Tt-l. !t:«l-l \ R. Si-.'uf.i » C. Yuralinskv . Copp 0 .... 8 0 16 Sophomores WINTKH1'/KO CHAPPIE'S AMOCO GASOLINE SERVICE STATION H HIllW.i: ST. TK1,. Witt i T. Maxwell. ( I'Vrstusrm, If Lokitcs ................ 0 Tirhndrr. rf . ............ o It. Roilly. IK U, Kwasnuski ,1. O PAY »SAT SUN K 0 C Senior!! 7, Jun- GIANT STAGE SHOW Naugatuck YMCA Beats Brass City Swimmers In Meet The Naugalv.sk Y swimmers had a HUk- too much drive for tho Wa- tcrbury Y mermen at the latter's pool List night and were able to come homo with a 40-3S victory. NaugatMck swept live events with Paiva and Shunnhan rogistcrini: a pair of victories each. The .-nimm.'iry: \ 120-Mcdlay Relay—Won by Naugatuck, A. 'Paiva, R, Shanahan, and K. Nixon. Time: 1:30.2. " 20-yard Freestyle —Won by R. Vaillancourt (\V): second J. Quirkc (U>: third, T. Owens (N). Time: 11:1',. 2fl-y/,rd Ereaststroke—Won by R. Shan.ihan, (N); second, R. V-nillan- coiirt O, third, T. Garficld (N). Time: 13.8. 40-yard Freestyle—Won by R. Shanah.'u,, (N); .second, R. Gibson, (W) third, G. Frisbie (.W). Time: 20.0 , Dive won by Pavia, (N) second, R. Dunn (W); third, W. Boulollier (W). 30-yard tack stroke won by A. Pavki CN): second, R. Frisbie (W); third, W. Holland (N).Timc: :14.9. 80-y:ircl free style relay won by Watcrbury, T. Costcllo, J, Carroll, Nonamaker, Daniels. Time: :54.8, 80-yarcl Medley relay won by Wa- tcrbury, G. Frisbie, Costcllo, Vaill -.lucourt, Gib.son. Time: :4S.8. Purple Knights Take On Townies In Return Go The Naiifratuck Purpln Knights will go after their tenth basketball victory of the season tomorrow afternoon when the locals oppose the highly capable' shooters ol 1 the New Mllford A. C. -at the Y court at 3 o'clock. New Mllford boasting oi' one of the strongest quintets in Western Connecticut posted a one goal victory over the .Knightis a week ago and will rule a slight favorite to topple the locals iigain tomorrow. Hop Brook of the Naugaituck Grammar League will oppose the Salem Devils in an attractive 2 o'clock preliminary on (he same program. SCHOLASTIC BASKBTB.-U.L Abbott Toch 30, Bethel IB. • Good-.vin Toch 39, Wolcott Tech Haniden 39, Boarclman Traciu 29. Collcpiatc Prep 02, IXr.mford 20. N. H. Teachers 58, Stone Business Ansonia 60, Wilby 3JS. ThomiXston -10, Morris 30. Syemour -IS, Shelton 43. Gilbert. '10, Watertown 3K. Regional 73, Litchfield Cl. Branford 'IR, Lyman Hall 38. Hadley >10, New Milford 37, Eulkeley 57, Norwich 33. Putnam 3<t, Woodstock 37. Old Saybrook fi3, Beacon 37. Tourtcilottc 30. Marifinapolis 35. Griswold '1C, Stoninston 40. Hartford Bulkcloy 51, Mcridon 3S. William Hall 3-1, Weaver 25. Hartford Public: 55, Eusit Hartford •IS. Ellsworth -19,'Berlin 2-1. j Plainville '11, Wethorsfield 30. ; Wimlstir 52, Rnr.kville 3-1. j omfiuld -n, Gla.stonbury 37. i East Hampton -I-I. Windsor Locks i Nuwntflon '12, Sufficlcl 3G. Sini.sbury Of), Portland -II. Wilco.x Toch 57. Cheney Toch 10. Nathan Hale G7, Durham 23, Mnrjrn 50, Guilford 37. Hcind '13, Old L.vmo 37. WindriJi::] 53. M.inche.sto:- .22. Pratt 30, Robeit Fitch 2G. Sufficld Anndemy Ci", American School for Deaf 17, Lewis 50, Junior Republic 13. Parthians Win In YMCA League The Parthians of the Y. M. C. A. Intermediate basketball igue hold first place after defeating (he Romans, 58 to 18. The Scrnnton brothers totalled 30 points of the team's total scoring, while f.i. Sullivan, tho high light of the Romans was held to three lone baskets, The sccosd game, the Persians took the measure of the Greeks, 39 to "0. with Mascola and Randell starring for the winners, and W. Slinson for -the losere. Te.-un standing: W. L. Parthians 0 ] Greeks ' 3 3 Romans 2 -1 Persians 2 -1 Next Friday's games arc, at 2:45: Romans vs. Greeks, and Parthians vs. Persians. Naugatuck-Torrington Game Promises To Be Hard Fight Naugatuck Boy With Peddle Against Exeter Hightstown, N. J., January 25, 1947....John Douglas Vaughan, reserve center of the Varsity basketball team at The Peddle School will journey with the squad to Exeter, N. H. today when the team will play the Exeter Academy quintet. Vaughan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Vauphan of 96 Cliff street, Naupratuck, Conn., will sec plenty oC option for Peddle which dropped a 'hard-fought decision 5340 to Pennington last Wednesday. Mascola, If Packer, iT Cofffsy, c Randall, \y I 1 !. White, rg 13. White b 0 2 3 5 1 1 0 0 0 Totals R. Nixon, '.• B. Stinson, R. Currier, R. Kissa.no, A, Miclf. IT R. Ralj toy Greeks 36 7 30 \s c , rf Totals at half time: f P 0 2 0 10 0 S 1 5 0 0 1 5 M 2 30 Persians 24, Naugatuck Y Host To Waterbury At Badminton The Naugatuck US Rubber will be hosts to the Waterbury YMCA this Sunday evening at 7:00 o'clock. The return match will be in the "A" Class of the Connecticut Badminton Association. NaugatuckVs players will b.- Harry .Anderson, Edward Drab, Carl Toothakor, Henry Cieslcwskl, Philip Brown, Charles Welch. ! Greeks 17. Referee: Markovic. 1'nrtliliuis tnold Kansas KGK IJJOSUI.T.S Willimantic Teachers Iowa Stato 30. B. Scran-ton, If E. Scranton. rf P. JBrcnnan, c Carey. IK Aordkiiin, rp: ... Mo!:a!ian b 10 . 5 . 4 . 5 . 1 . 3 f P 0 20 0 10 1 9 1 11 0 2 0 fi Totals 28 2 53 New Hampshire 72, Bates 03. oi'dham Wafvner SKATING Baummer's Field St. Rink Telephone 3501 PLAY POOL and Bowl at tho R & M ALLEYS fJCK TO TOnnt A Burgess MEREDTH Betty FIELD NOW 1 OF mite & men 1OW CHANIY Jr. 2nd HIT VICTOR Ctrolt MATURE * LANDIS one miuion B. r iWEDMtlDAV Wil/»in (UIOrT • Vila lAtHOH 'PLAINSMAN W LADY' YOU'VE READ ABOUT IT! YOU'VE HEARD ABOUT IT! SOON! YOU WILL SEE "THE RAZOR'S EDGE"! Word nf Ihlx motion jilclurr IIUM spread to thu earth's f;ir corners , , . —\VOICH OF ITS STOIIY OF I.OVK AND IIATIIEI). SO IN- TKNSF, AM) SO I'KOFOUMI. —WOKD OK ITS MACiNiriOIilNT TIIKMr), TOI.l) WITH SUCH COMrASMH»N AMI mr.MAMTY. —W()i:i> OF ONK MAN'S SKAItril TO SATISFY TUB llt'NCF.it IN F.VKKY IITMAN IIMAHT. The Razor 5 s Edge liri'jienlM Tyrone POWER — Gene TIERNEY John PAYNE — Anne BAXTER Clifton WEBB — Herbert MARSHALL DARUYr, F'. JJANUCK'S prmluctinn at , W. SOMKHS10T MAfGH.AM'S oew s POL JWED. -IS Kin^s Point i Pi- a tt fi-1, Hnfstni ;•.-., Wcslcyan SO. Baldwin Wallace GP, Akron 07. Maryland 01, North Carolina 57, California (Pa.) Teuchurti IIS, Andrew Jackson, 17th president, was saved from impeachment by a lii vote in the 386S trial. R. White, rg R. Currier, lg Rabtoy, c: Sullivan DiMaria rf .. Kirkondul, If Totals St. Francis CYO Meets Lourdes St. Francis CYO basketball team will meet the second place Our Ij.-uly of Lourdc.s team of Watcr- bury at '1 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at Columbus Hall in a regular contest of the K. of C. sponsored CYO league. League standing (Eastern vision) follows Di St. Francis Xt.ivicr L:\dy of Lourdes St. Thomas St. Fr.-mcis Naugatuck St. Hedwig's .. Sts. Peter & Paul . . Immaculate Conception W. . G , 5 4 4 2 . ,1 0 !);13,0(IO AWARDED A 10-year-old Rocky Hill g-irl hat- been awarded $13,000 by Superior court in Hartford. Jeancttc Moulton received nearly fatal injuries when she was struck by a seven- ton oil truck. Defendant in 'the action was the Crown Petroleum corporation. New City High School Lads Will Have Advantage 01 Playing On Own Floor Naugatuck High School's Bas- jkutball Greyhounds will stack up agaiast the strong Torringlon High School five In a, regular Valley League contest this evening at the Torrington armory. This game wil be the (Irst meeting of the teams this season; they clash again on Feb. 26. ToiTington's record ,*taj?5B at seven wins and four losses to date. They have beaten Gilbert twice, the alumni, New Britain, Post Junior College, Wilby and Crosby. They have lost to Ansonia, twice to Leavenworth, and to BL-istol. Naugatuck has beaten Oliver Wolcott Tech, New Britain twice, Trinity Boys Club, Seymour twice, Wilby, the alumni, Ansonia and Crosby and lost to the West Point Plebes and Leavenworth^for a total of 10 out of 12 . . Both tcam.s have beaten New Britain, Wilby and Crosby and | both have lost to Leavenworth. j Naugituck, however, has beaten Ansonia, a team which licked Torrington. However, lately most critics agree that TOifington is a vastly improved team, and tonight they I will have the added advantage of playing on their -home floor. Coach Kay Foley will probably start his regular line up of Stauffer and Vin He.ily at forwards. Chet Uscakiewicz at ceiUfir and Bob Jones and Joe Healy a', guards. All regulars appear to he in shape except for Stauffer who i.<= nursing an injured back. Coach Connie Donahue of Torrington will probably start Samele and Krulicki at forwards, Hrccko at center and Alexander and Russo at guards. Indications are that no tickets for tlic game will go on'sole tonight at the armory, since rcport-s indicate a sellout already. Ticket allotment to the local high school was scarcely adequate to meet student . demand. EVENTUALLY YOU'LL WEAR ROGERS-PEET CLOTHES — THERE COMES A TIME IN EVERY MAN'S LIFE WHEN A MAN DECIDES THE BEST IS CHEAPER BY THE YEAR. Rogers-Peet topcoats and overcoats at $65 to $100 cost you less by the year than any other clothes you've ever worn. More men are proving: that claim every year and upon that proof are inducing their friends to prove it themselves. You can buy clothes that cost you less—but they cost you more by the year than Rogers-Peet clothes. Atlantic Hi-Arc Gasoline for Quick Starting POUST'S SERVICE STATMIX 1<M Rubber Avc| • Tel. 4!t:l5 For A Snack, a Sandwich or a Full Meal, Try DUFFY'S Restaurant WATER STREET FL'LL LIQUOR LICENSE " V. Rynecki . J. Bryk . . . xMagnuson A. Dowling . D. Durr U. S. Cost ... . 102 100 .... 03 82 7G 05 87 87 77 90 97— 2S! 87— 262 71— 2-12 97— 271 87— 254 Totals •135 -I54 -139 132S Lewis Plant Maze i It a H. Pom pa no A. Stasonis . K. Burbce . M. Benson . . 90 84 103 . 91 101 70 82 93 108 89— 263 80— 263 77— 2GH 92— 2-19 SG— 287 Total •152 -160 -12-1 133C 8 2 as TRAFFIC ALCAZAR Sunday - Monday — Today — "THE SHADOW KETUUNS" and "ONE WAY TO LOVK" MKN'S and WOMEN'S SHOE SKATES (Including Whlto Shoe Skates for Women) Boys' Hockey Skates ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY STORE 30 SOUTH MAIN ST. "TEL. 6162 Naugatuek, Conn. WALKER TURNER Table and Floor Model 15" DRILL PRESSES $90 to $111.75 Complete With Motor {?£. //« t•» *i* ? On in i-x .^^ C O H P 9 rf & t I O N MULSUPPLIEl • POWER TOOIS 22 SAVINGS ST TfL,5-22-»I Additional Classified Too Late To Classify LOST—Danish Book on "Aarons," war items and pictures —in Nau- p.ituck Post Office. Please return to P. O. Box 93, NaiiRatuck Post Office. Reward. Announcements NOTICIC Ciitlle Auction Tuesday, Jan. 2S. i at. 1 p. m. at the Barn of F. W. Von ! Wcrder & Son, While Hills Dist.. Shcl-ton, Conn. -10 head of choice dairy cows. Sale rain or shine. D. Luther, auctioneer. MANY A GUV WHO GOES FDR A SPIN- XfAliV DOSS/ I NATIONAI SALEM Sunday - Monday RUSSELL • KNOX - M DEAN JAGGER > PHILIP MERIVAIE BEUUH BONN • CHARtES DINCIE — Today — "TWO YEARS BEFORE THIS MAST" and MARCH OF TIME DANCING EVERY FRI. NITE Kuy AmU and IliH :t Strlnk'H ~ • A|>|>r/:/.:i " I hi Ihih urnl AiiHTlmn Culslnir ' l-llll l.llllHirJTlvllHil'B TRIO RESTAURANT I'i'ii l'M(tiniisl.t>n Avc. \\'iiti'rlmr,v. Conn. NOTICE ORCIIBSTKA—All sizes available for dunces, entertainments and all .social events. Wtby. 3-1037 Or o-7361. Employment ^ Help Wanted—Female WANTED — Housekeeper tor middle aped couple; simple cookinpr. live in or out. Near High school. Pay good. Tel. 3S04. Wiiitressc-s Wanted— Married women for full or part time work- Andy's C.impuf, 166 Church St. For Sale HOIIHCK for Snle NOTICE Ashes removed—rubbish removed from cellar. Sand and pruvcl. General moving. Tel. 4292 or 4702. THE NEW Eajjlo-Pichcr\all aluminum combination storm window nnd screen, guaranteed to last a house time is now available for immediate installntion. Phone at no obligation for demonstration. Ea>;lc—Insulation, D. H. Snydcr & Co., Inc., Watcrbury -1-3319. Legal Notices A hearing on the application of Harold Rccan to conduct a fjaso- lino station anil auto repair business at Prospect street will be held in the Boroug-h Clerk's office. Room 3, Town Hall, Naugatuck, Conn., on tho Gth day of February, 19-17, at 11 a., m. LEO J. BROPHY, Warden. Employment Help Wanted—Male WANTED—News Carriers in all sections of town. Inquire Mr. H. T. Dillon, News Office. DODGE Hotchkiss St. Garage 47 HOTCHKISS STREET Tel. 5727 J. L, MAZILAUSKAS, Prop. SALES — SERVICE RECENT College graduate chemist or chemical engineer for work as an assistant chemist in Rubber laboratory of a plant located in southwestern part of . Conn. State In detail in first hand-written letter, age, education, experience If any, and remuneration expected. Write Box A, Care of Naugatuck Daily News. 2 .. Help Wanted—Fenialo RELIABLE Mother's Helper wanted. Pleasant home in the country. Live in. Write Box B, care of "News," BETHANY-NAUGATUCK Route 03, second house near Beth- any-NauKatuck lino, bordered by Cotton Hollow Brook, look for our sif;n. 7 room farmhouse having city water, 7 acres with lovely evergreens and shade trees. 2-story barn for chickens, cows and a horse. Garage, Plus summer house on the cliff. Really a delightful location. Occupy in 30 days. J10.500. Co- opcratinc brokers invited. HARRY MERWIN—New Haven Tel. 3-0895 TWO Family House on Greenwood St. Three rooms in each apartment. Immediate occupancy. Call or sec Joseph V. RosUo, 3 Union St. Tel. 4928-2952. NEARLY NEW—1 family house of six rooms. Built with pre-war materials. Oak floors brass pipes, hot water heat and garage. A. Sheplcy, tel. 2433 or C14-1. FAIR-CHILD ST.—Between Gorman and Lewis. A brand new 1 family house — all modern improvements. $12,000. Patsy Labriola, Real Estate Agent, 172 High St. Tel. 3458. Established j 1870 Deposits Fully Guaranteed ARE YOUR SAVINGS INSURED? YES. All deposits in this bank arc. guaranteed in full I)}' the Savings Banks' IJcposit Guaranty Fund ot Connecticut, Incorpor:i(cd. (Mi A r li ; fr* JS'TT TPl^ i R«U« y y\! IGUS SMOKE SHOP f 402 Xorth Main St. Union City J GUN Klimaszcxvski, Prop. MODEL AIRPLANES HALF PKICE I Highland Package Store 03 Highland Ave. — Tel. :H)S3 Anthony Farrar, Prop. FREE DELIVERY^ All Parts of NaiiRiituck *"< WHITE PISH MARKET JOSEI'II CA1JHAL, Prop » South Main St. Tel. 5(10-1 SALT nnil FRKSIi WATKIt FISH of ALL KINDS FOR SALE Ten rotiin Iiousc, 5 rooms flr»l floor, 5 rooms second floor, 1 Kith-rooms, hot air furnace, •icctrlcHy, 2 car earane, Formerly 2 tenement horn* «?id owner will ro-convcrt to i tenements and givo Imnicdtat* occupnncy to first floor. Located enst side of town «n<J may IIP Inspeclcd In af(prnoon. F.W.EATON Eloom 9 Neary Building Church Street TRY CI-ASSIITKO ADS IT'S AUTOMATIC HEAT- for a cleaner, -x;. more comfortable home! FOR SAr,E—-1 Room House and paraprc. All improvements except, bath. Lot 100' x 100'. Call 321.V after t p. m- FOR SALE—Curtiss St. 3 family, 12 rooms, store, 2 car gai-apc. Four room house with large piece of land. Scott St.. two family Iiousc, 31 rooms. New Haven Rd— one family house, one car garapre, large barn and seven acres ot land. JOHN HEALY, Tel. 5031. WKSTERN SECTION — Two family house with modern apartment vacant for new owner. WALTER H. HART, INC. REALTOR — INSURANCE John C. Kiernan Eve. Naug. 5707 20 East Main St.. Wtby. 4-3129 VACANCY Feb. 15 —An 11 room house on Millville Ave. in A-l condition. For -further details call A. Sheplcy, tel. 2433 or 5144. VACANT 4 room cottage, fully furnished. For further details, call A. Shepley, 2433 or 5144. , Good-bye lo furnace drudscry! 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