Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 30, 1947 · Page 6
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, January 30, 1947
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3»AGK ft-NAVOATUCK NEWS (CONN.), THURSDAY,, JAN. 80 ,1047 Fells Wounded Moose After Emptying Gun Prlncr Rupert, B, C. (UP)—A .W. Allaire, local sportsman, engaged in a fight with an cnmgod wounded moose In tho Skcrnia River country 140 miles . cast of here. He had wounded tho animal •with one «hot when It turned and charged. Allaire fired, but hl a gun was empty, Tho moose surged forward •.truck Allaire on the rhcst nnd hurled him 20 feel in to a fallen tree. Given time to reload, Allaire felled the animal with one *hot. Ether was first used as an an- aesthetic in nursery in a Boston hospital on October 15, 1846. GOLDIE'S Camera Shop Enlarge™: Federal, Sunray, Dejur, Keyier Soldllfht 17 Grand St.. tVtby. Tel. 0-1878 REFRIGERATION SERVICE Electric Appliance Co. 1244 Baldwin St. Wat. — Tel. 4-4242 LADIES' FLANNEL NIGHTGOWNS Reg. Size — $2.39 X-Size — 9269 Wally'* 14 SPB1NG STKEET Company Announces Bike Tire Output United States Rubber Company has manufactured Its 95 millionth bicycle tire, It was announced today by Noel M. Lanham, bicycle ,tirc manager for the company. The tire was displayed at the an- nunl convention of the Bicycle In- sititutc of America in the Hotel Commodore, New York City. It was turned out at the company's Indianapolis plant, which hns been manufacturing tires for bicycles since tho turn of the century, Mr. Ln.nhn.rn said. U. S. Rubber has been .making pneumatic tires since 1891, when its first one was produced by an curly unit of the company, the Hartford Rubber Works, Hartford, Conn. BORN WITH TEETH Olenn, N. Y.—CUP)—John Simpson III showed his teeth—and fast. He had two when he was born and a third was poking through his lower jaw when he loft the St. Francis hospital three days later. GET A JEEP Tonr WII.I.Y9-OTl!l»LANn DnltT LIBERTY MOTORS, Inc. «4 HnrrlnoB ATMI« Off KichaniB MM*. WtturkoiT •Phon» Ollies Radiator Shop 18 PROSPECT ST. TEL. 8541 ITnlon City Auto Kadlntors Bepalrcd, Cleaned nnd Bc-Cored Work Called For and Delivered ALL WOKK GUARANTEED Ollle IA Due, Prop. Hnlnrlrd mm nnd worn™ run [ft n fotin lirrf. A Iniin of 91UO tN 930.00 whrn promptly re- l In I'J mnnthlr connrciitl n»t»1liu«ntx at. »10.05 racti. IMn't borrow nnnrcmiiiirllr. Hit If n loan I» thx limt nolii- :]nn, fflrr IIH n rhnncp to MIT •Vr.i" won't .Ton'.' Come In of >bnn« Wutrrbury 3-3103. 'l.onn» HilbJrrt ti' Br« "W" .lcpnxx No. IHfl. t l.i>iin>4 tip to 1.1 rnnM. TH().M,\H J. MACtNKK. Mxr. WALKER TURNER Table and Floor Model 15" DRILL PRESSES $90 to $111.75 Complete With Motor MIlLUIPPilES- ti SAVINGS 4T TEL. S-2241 413 No. Main St. Union City Store Open Friday Night Until 8 O'Clock GET ACQUAINTED SALE! (When you think of Liquor—think first of the City Package Store) I IMPORTED RUM— (Fifth) ........ WJIISKKY ........... V. M. DKLUXK WIHSKICY ........... CARSTAIHS \VlHTi: SKAI, WIHSKKY ... BUIITON WHISKEY l»AKK-Tll,FOni» RESKKVT; WHISKKV $ 3.39 $ 3.45 *3.45 *3.45 WILSON'S WHISKKV COBBY'S WHISKliV '3.45 $ 3.44 SKAUKAM'S 7-Croivn $o QA 3M CAIA'KRT KI^SJJUVJ'J IS WIIISKKV PAUf, .lOXES S WlflSKKY 3.39 I SWEET or DRY VERMOUTH(Fifth) RUM S1.99 S^'"!"''.' 8 .','"" T ,1.49 CITY PACKAGE STORE 96 BRIDGE ST. (Tel. 4892) UNION CITY FKEK, PROMPT I>KMVKKY ANYWIIKKK IN TOWN 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. "Serving Through Science" Naugatuck Footwear Plant Natiffatiirk Conn, Salem Turns Back St. Hedwig's In Grammar League By KENNY CXYM.ER High-riding Salem turned back St. Hcdwlg's, 40-31, in a regular Grammar School league game at the high school gym yesterday afternoon as Manuel Matos paced tho winners with 12 points. Salem led 8-3 at the end of the -first period, 21-5 nt half time and 30-15 at the end of the third period. Hop Brook needed on overtime period to turn back St. Francis, 15-13, in the second game played. Voland made the winning basket. Szczcpkowskl scored S points for the winners while Knapp and Mc- Namarn collected 4;!polnts '.apiece for the losers. ' : . , Prospect routed Central In the final game, 36-18, with Rykowakl gaining 14 points for the winners and Cnbi-a and Pl'ccoll scoring 6 points for the losers. Naugy Swimmers Lose To Hillhouse The Naugatuck High School swim team dropped its first home mce>t of the season to the strong Hillhouse High squad of New Haven at the Y pool last night. The score was 52-23. Results: 120 yard Medley Relay—won by Hillhouse—Conners, Cohen, Howard. Time: 1:14.8. 220 yard Free-style Swim — 1st White (N), 2nd Ullen (NH), 3rd Wakeman (NH). Time: 2:29.6. 40 yard Free-stylo Swim—1st Movisey (NH), 2nd Novak (NH), 3rd Sexaton (N). Time: :20,4. Diving—won by Burns (NH), 2nd Donovan, (N-H), 2rd Jurzynsky (N) Points: 43.6. 100 yard Free-style Swim—1st Un- licn (NH), 2nd Scnanton (N). 3rd Novak (NH). Time: 1:2.8. 100 yard Breast Stroke Swim— 1st White (N), 2nd Maddlcna (NH). 3rd Lichtensteien (NH). Time: 1:09.6. More than 40,000 species of the 'ly have been identified. BUSINESS TRAINING FOB VETERANS New Classes Feb. 3rd . COLLEGE 24 Central Avo, Watcrbury Phone 4-8772 CARS WINTERIZED CHAPPIE'S AMOCO GASOLINE SERVICE STATION 248 BRIDGE ST. TEL. 4890 McMlM.AN MOTOR OILS Sulo on Women's Bowling Shoes Small sizes $3.50 NAUGATUCK SPORT & AUTO SUPPLY "RUJn'S" WEAVING, Trop. Wlnslow Court Tel. 3394 DANCE EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT Willow Crest Ranch off Itoutc (i!», Bethany Week after week more and more folk* urc enjoying these Informal s-et-lo.^ciliers In the old Hay Loft .at the WUlow Crest Kiinch. We'll lie seeing you Friday nights. MORTtj CAROLINA VET • - By Jack Sorcb, Malleable Iron Industrial Team Scores Upset At Y Spring Surprise On Strong TJ. S. Rubber Team When Closing .Seconds Basket By Finke Wins Game The Eastern Malleable Iron 'team of thi Ducty league pulled the upset of the .season last night at the local Y when they came through with a one-point defeat of the U. S. Kcdsters. Malleabis had to come from behind 'to score a 40-39 win. 1 F. Wojack who also plnya for the Purple Knights was the hisrh scorer for Malleable with 12 points, and Loman, another Knight stalwart, was second high with 9. Finke won the game -for the Iron team with a basket from mid court in the last five seconds. The other game on the program was also won by one point. The Chemical defeated the high school Veta, 31-30. Dunn, Chemical forward, was high for 'the w!nncrn with 11 points. Gnia/.dowski with 12 points was high for the losers. Malleable 'Iron b Hopkins, 1 '2 Finke, r..f 3 R. Loman 4 Lcinwcbcr, c 1 I F. Wojack, If; 4 Dilgcr 1 Swiderski, rg 0 ALCAZAR Friday - Saturday •ONMUM MC1VM) fnttmt If, LEO GORCEYA andTHE / BOWERY BOYS Elaine f P 1 0 2 S 1 0 2 4 4 12 0 2 0 0 0 0 C Totals 15 10 40 U. S, Rubber '.'. • ::N.b. r p; A. Fruin, If .V.' 0. '0' 0 T. Edmunds, rC '-2 1 5 Yackowskl •) 1 8 Farrar, c 6 113 Duke 0 0 0 Furs, Ig ." 1 7 Gibson, rg 2 1 5 Totals 17 5 39 Score at half'c: U. S. 23, M. 1.7.. Referee: Pllkatis. Dunn, If .,...: 4 'J II PLAY POOL and Bowl at the R & M ALLEYS US MAPLE 8TKECT Churchill 0 0 0 V. Edmonds, rf 1 0 2 r nff 102 A. Naugcs, c 0 0 0 Bi-uco .'...• 1 0 Booth. Ig 1 0 2 Czaplicki .' 1 ° 2 Urashka, re 3 * ~ Digris 1 1 3 Totals 13 0 31 Vets b -f p Myers Aquavia. rf Gnlazdouski, c 1 1 3 4 -112 Eogis, lg ............... ... 1 0 2 W. McDcrmott ........... 0 1 1 Tangredi. rg . . ........... 3 1 7 Totals ............. ----- 11 8 SO Score at half time: Chemical ID, Vets I'l. Referee: W. Plikatis. Time: Four 10-minute periods. St. Hedwig's Meet St. Thomas Tonight St. Hedwig's CYO basketball team will meet St. Thomas in a regular CYO league game at the Washington Park Community House this evening at 8 o'clock. SCHOLASTIC BASKETBALL Leavenwoilh 6-1, Hamdcn 44. Torrin'jrtoii -14, Wilby 27. Tatt 6B, Canterbury 33. St, Mary's (N. H.) 46, Hopkins 43. Choatc 3G, St, Hermon 33. . 1 Suffield 100, Wcs- Mass. Phar. 36. , Central 65, Bullsrd Tech 34. Collegiate Prep 39, Bullar Haven 38. :" Danbury _46,. Stapes 37. Taiiwj.M FRIDAY-SAT-SUN No ackets For Tech-Garnet Game On Sale Here No tickets for tho Naugatuck- Leave-nworth bagkotball gamo at this'armory will 1 - 1 be on gate locally other than student tickets at tho h-igh gohoo). Only 700 of those student tickets \vlll ( be allotod the local school which- i s just about sufficient to take care of students requirements and provide for par- onts of aquad members. Player* will be unable to secure extra tick- nts for other than family require- in eats. Jake Rciger, Leavcnworth fncul- 'tv member in charge of ticket sialcs, announced this morning that n. small bloc of tickets- would be given to Blener's Sport Shop in •Waterbury for public sale. The coming game has aroused every bit as much Interest locally and In Waterbury aa did tho first meeting of the teams. A factor which has added to the interest 'of sports fans Is the question of whether NauRatuck will be able to revert to form in time for the contest. Severe! fans wno saw Naugatuck perform against ToiTington last Saturday stated that the team was obviously off form. How the team will look agrainst Leaven worth,'of course, remains to be seen. Even if the team is back In shape, many fans believe, that the Garnet will have to start at a fast pace against Tech and continue to -apply pressure all during the game if they expect to reverse tho result of the previous meeting. Fans who hold this theory point to Tech's unbeaten record in 11 starts as- proof that Naugatuck will need to travel at top speed all during the pame to win, Taylor Hits 355 In Mercantile League Match Rudy's took two games from Pob- soh's in a regu'laV Mercantile league match fit Annenberg's. VercesU with 342. Jn-rllo wl'ih "86 and Vitalis with' 335 starred for the winners. Bill's Look three fron". Gus Smoke Shop with Taylor's 355, Carlo's 320 .ind T'.ipps' 308 high efforts for the winners. Bernaitis of the Polish Americans totaled a respectable C40 to spark his team to a two point win- The Falcons also won three. Ryan With All Stars Red Ryan of the Naugatuck Zephyrs will play with the Slate Lc.ipi-ic All-Stars against the Bri's- 'ol Tramps in a special game at the Bristol armory Monday night for the benefit ol the March of Dimes. COLLEGE BASKETBALL Villanova 45, Army 42. Colby 59, St. Ansclms 57. Davidson 74. South Carolina 43. Dartmouth 73, Boston University ,V2. Loyola C2, Mt. St. Mary's !53. Wont Virginia S3, Wayncsburg 60. New Britain Teachers 59, Clark 54. LaSallc 03, Pcnn Military College 20, LSU 62, Vanderbilt 52. MortlM Serious, Siiyn Noldo The door of the NEWS office opened thin morning and Eddie Nolde entered. He breezed' toward the sports desk with all the gentleness of a hurricane striking the Florida coast. "Now see here, Egan, my built- Ilkc-a-barrcl bully b o y," Nolde thundered, "the bally-ho for the Post Offlcc-Mortics game Friday night has been entirely too facc- (tlous." "You mean?" "I mean," said Nolde, "that we of the -MorllcH arc .-serious, high- minded gentlemen who look upon this com! njf'ctfntcut as a chance to further enhance our athletic reputation, not an excuse for horse play. We shall take the floor with dignity and decorum, and we shall score with alacrity." "You must be going to use Alacrity at forward if you intend to have him rack up the points," the sportn editor muKcd, taking notes. "Where do you intend to play those other two ringers, in the back court?" "Dignity, decorum and alacrity are abstract nouns," Nolde retorted with just a hint of exasperation In his voice. "Makes no difference if they're Original Celtics," the sports editor asserted, "if you didn't have their names on your roster when the Post Office agreed to play, they're still ringers " "That you are ignorant of even the rudiments of English grammar is no more than one might expect from a member of your profession," said Nolde, "therefore, I shall be patient and explain that the term abstract nouns was o designation of particular parts of speech, not the name of a professional basketball team. Nevertheless I am deeply hurt that you should even for" a single instant deem the Monies capabe of such chicanery. "In this connection," Nolde continued. "I wish _ to state here and now and without fear of successful contradiction that if ringers HIT used in that game Friday, it will not be the Morties who use j them." "You mean the Post Office..." "I mean," said Nolde, "that the Post Office has beer, using more rinpers lately than a busy laundry. In a recent game against the Hardware Kwiks. they had a guard named Stibcr who looked more like Dick Pistarclli than Vin Hcaly looks like Joe. And," he continued, "they had a timer named Pistar- clli who looked mere like Bud Stib- cr than Joe Honly looks like Yin-" "Thoicfore you conclude that all was not above board?" asked the sports scribe. "There was undoubtedly a quantity of putrified matter in a certain Scandinavian country," said Ed. "You mean there was something rotten in Denmark?" asked the fellow behind the sports desk. "Actually, no." said Nolde, "tho game was played locally. However," he added, "let the opposi- iTRnno tod BIO HIT Tyrone POWER Gene TIERNEY John PAYNE Anne BAXTER Clifton WEBB Herbert MARSHALL 'Tfe —'FLO'S- — SlUttlrf Sfirt -Sillicll wiff%ii rtinrr • f« turn* 'PLAINSMAN HT LADY' viu . •wuuT.«r.ift> loMnn; . Today: "The Thriil of Bl-nzll" nnd "Crime of tho Century" TRY NEWS-WANT ADS Strutting This Way In Th« Greatest Show On Ice! OPENS TONIGHT . AT'ST. M. MAT. SUN. FEB. 9 —MATINEES 2:30 P. M. SUNDAYS FEB. 2-1— SAT. FEB. I Donna Atwood The Escorts PRICES »2.0O-»2.73-*3.«O fuel. Tax - IrtelColt On S»/» Wow THE ARENA March Of Dimes \ Exhibition At R.&M. Tonight 'Doc-' Aquavia who bus been knocking off opponent)! at * regular clip lately will up n(?iln»t Wee Willie Rado in a gpeclt) March or Dimes exhibition tonight at the R. and M". alloys. Borough bowling fans who would like to «ee tho boyn In action and At the mitic time help out a stood cause should be at the alleys st n o'clock when the match is scheduled to Ret underway. Tho All-American Vet s stack up jiR-ainsl tho Monlvnari-Rado po»t team of the Veterans league in a renewal of rivalry which saw the All American nose out the Post in a spcrial ma.tch recently to c»p- ture first round championship at the Vets leasuc. It is expected that Hupportcr« of both, outfits will fe e on hanrf in la'vffe numbers to root for thpir tion use -whom,, they may. The Mor- tlcs will whittle them down to normal size." He paused for a moment, then added—"with dignity." , Having said his say, Manager Nolde sauntered forih, his air that of one who has struck a blow in inc interest of justice- , RAI.KIOH WAS 'WAY LATK Santa ILo, N. M. <UP)—Archac- sts found some tobacco in the ruins of Indian cliff dwellings In Krijoles Canyon. It is believed to be the oldest specimen of tobacco found in this countryf Bingo TONIGHT * O'CLOCK ST. MARY'S HALL Ctljr An*iilrr* of Altar Holy .Nnmr SoerlMlcd , 24 «AMK»- • Public t»vM*l SALEM Friday. - Saturday "Vacation In Reno" Today: "While Tie* *nd Tails" and "They Worn Sister*" CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE FROM 1 P. M. RUE MADELEINE ANN ABELLA- RICH ARDCONTE FRANK LATIMORE WAITW ABEL - SAM MEIVAIE COOPER A 20th Ccnlury Fox Dromolic Hit SMASH HIT! Wally Brown Alan Carney "Genius At Work" "Secret-H^art".

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