Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on February 5, 1947 · Page 6
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, February 5, 1947
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TAOK «—NAt'O.VTUCK NEWS (COXX,), WEDNESDAY. FEB. B. 1M7 I 8ION TIIBKK • EulTalo, Feb. 4— (UP)— The Buffalo Btsona of the All-America Football Conference havo taken on throe plnyei'.i from tho champion Cleveland Browns. Tht> players. nil linemen, Include ond Al CoppaKo. tackle Johnny Knrn and giwrd George Groves. In ri-ttirn, Clrvi'Uintl In Riven draft right* to halfback Frank Ashcn- brunner of Northwestern university, Incidentally. A-ihenbronner atill IH eligible for another year of colloid; play. KCT (.') HOCKEY A scon-less tie In called a perfect hooKoy bucnusp goals are scorrd only whi-n some one makes a mbtnke. The double zero game n Buffalo recently between Una Bisons and Pittsburgh Hornets of the American Hoclu-y League was u standout because it was bril- lar-.Uy played from hfginnlnK to end, _ LIQUOR PERMIT Notice of Application This Is to give notice that I, Florrnct- Postey of 11 Goodyear Avenue, NntKntuck, have tiled an ipplicntlon dated Jan, 2Sth, 19-17, with the Liquor Control Commission for a Package Store (Full Liquor) Permit for the .sale of alcoholic liquor on the premises, 183 Rubber Avenue, Naugatuck, The business is owned by Frank J. Pos- tey of It Goodyear Avenue. Nauga- :uck, and will bo conducted by Florence Postey of 11 Goodyear Avenue, Nugatuck, as permittee.- FLORENCE PO9TKY. Dated Jan. 23th. 1947. 1-29 & Feb. 5. GOLDIE'S Camera Shop Enlarger*: | Federal, Sunray, Dejur, Keyzer SolJlllht 17 Grand St.. (Ttby. Tel. 6-1875 R&P METAL WORKS 00 SO. MAIN" STREET (Bear) Export Welding of All Types Forging, Sheet Me till and Ornamental Steel Work Sheet untl Bar Metal for Sale Telephone 6377 Join the MARCH OF DIMES! ! J. K. STORES CUT BAT*:, L1QUOHS, WIN1CS, DKEHS Free Ilellvcry Anywhere In llorongh 308 No, Main St. Tel. 4079 •TIRES• CHAPPIE'S AMOCO GASOLINE SERVICE STATION 248 Hill DOE ST. TEL. 4890 Mc.MII.LAN MOTOR OIL!) FOR A CAB TEE! 5285 BAY or NIOIIT Independent Cab Co. 4 OAK STKEKT RUPTURE TRUSSES four r«<|plr*in»t* f (Jo 1 of Waterbury 206 Bank St. 5-0013 Waterbury Jesse James Boys Liked Their Corn JcrHoyvlllc, 111. (UP)—Tho almost lofjonOnry James ganj;—hard ridin', two-Kun 'tvnin robborn of the luet century—wore n. hard drinking crew too. So sfiys ft retired school teacher who recalls Frank nncl when they matntalnocl a hideout In Jersey county. Thomas Tucker rrmomhers the Jntncs boys as a child. Ho relates that the frnng wore n path In the woods from their cuvo hideout to a still a mile or BO nway. Tucker became acquainted with Frank and Jusso through his grand- i'athcr. who \va;i n cousin of tho famous brothers. The pair of des- prnidoos were frequent visitors ut his wi-tindfather's homo. Tucker said tho Jtxmos boys hail a hideout in the dense timber alonfi Macoupin Creek in Jersey county. Tho pans ofton hid there for several months at a time. It was during these enforced stays that the desperadoes would rullev.; the monotony by imblblnfi u little "corn," Tucker said. OH, DOCTOR! QUICK! Foi't Wayne, 7nd. (UP)—Police officom Joseph Burkhart and William Marvin made speed in answering a jittery youngster's 'telephone call for aid. They arrived just in time to officiate at the birth of a litter of kittens. NOT AUTHORIZED Ofllcials at Old Farms Convalescent hospital in Avon warn against persons claiming to be making, collections in behalf of blinded ?ol- clicrs at the hospital. Reports have como in that someone hn» been collecting oillopham ppintf.s from ci>rar*tlc.-<—osten- sibly to buy dogs for blinded soldiers'. YES My nitmt In Thomn* Mairner. I'm th* tW limn at I'rmonul Flniui" 1 Co.. .. time l»—~rrn lh*> man who llkrrt lu nay Yr<" In rrqlirnlil fur I'crduiiul loaim. You »i'f—I'm M'o nmn who'* rrHKon- ll>|p for building mi our biinlnnx. Th« morr llroi'M I wiy "Vim" lo rMnimtit fur „.—tln< inorv buHinriM «r au. Anil »...i-i. mukliw I'lTMiiiiil I.uiili* ut »«8 10 •Him I* our IIM.Y buHlnm—tbiifn mlihly iiuiartunt tu ini>. TlM-rofort*. If yon npfil txtrn frt*ih ut nn.v tlmn -whrlhrr » Illlli- for » uliort llnii' or » lot fur » lom llnir— son can Urprnd on my ilolnc my l>i'Ht lo *a.v "Yen" lu you. A louu of *IOO i-onU H2U.GO tvlii-u i>roni|>l(y ri>iu>lil In 1? monthly i-unmxMitlvo InnMllmrntK of 910.03 nidi. '4rv in" at I'erMnnl Flnnnco Co., 2nd floor. I'rllclmril Iliillillnv, lull Ilunk HI., Mr phonr me ut \\'iklrrbtiry 3-3103. T.niin* nubjctl to KCK. 10U. W" >'o, Men order your custom-tailored .miit.H for Spring and Easter NOW! : New (cabardlnen, Glen pluld.s, coverts, tweeds, cheviot*, worsteds, etc. Also sport coats and sport .slack*. EMBRUSKI 431 No. Main St. Tel. 8807 Suit; on Women'* Bowline Shoes Small sizes $3.50 NAUGATUCK SPORT & AUTO SUPPLY "RUSS" WEAVING, Prop. Window Court Tel. 3394 FOR RANGE OR FUEL OIL TEL. 5618 Bill's Fuel Oil Service fia Woodland Street "Bill" Murlneltl, Prop. LEARN PHOTOGRAPHY Sixteen Week Course In Modern Photography CLASSES NOW FORMING WKITt: TODAY for INFORMATION CONCEHNINO CLASSES Certified By Th<! Connecticut State Board «! Kducullon THE COLONIAL ACADEMY OF PHOTOGRAPHY Hox 327 — MTCIIFIBMJ. CONN. — Tel. 5(»n» 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 Naugatuck Conn. The-: 3cpv,ill : : SERA. • .basketball cam 1 --defeated the ' Naugatuck Chemical five, 30-28, in a game last night at 'the Doollttle Alley recrea- ion surface in Waterbury. Krnft with '," seven points was high for Scovill, while McDermott with an qual number was high for Cliemi- nl The score: Keen-Ill SKUA Totals 12 '6 30 NaiiRutuck Chemical rtcDermott, If 3 1 7 happy 3-0 6 Bob Burns, rf 0 0 0 Gauges, c 1 1 3 -kip 2 0 -1 Churchill, )g 0 2 2 Booth, re 2 2 G Hubbell 0 0 « Totals 11 G 28 Score at half, lime: Scovill 19, Chemical 10. Referee: Grlard. Trinity Basketball Squad Gets Ready For Springfield Hartford, Fat. lA-Aftor a two week.3 lay-off because of mid-year ux.ima, the Trinity College basket- bjll .team, undefeated In seven starts, resumed practice Moday for its game this Friday, Feb. 7, with Springfield College, at the Sprlng- lelcl Coliseum. Thl^'gamc will be the second of a doubleheader with American International C o 1 1 c g o meeting St. Anselm's in the first clash. The Springfield team has wan nine and lost five, and is now enjoying 1 a winning streak o£ five straiKht. '•..., . Chet Uscakiewicz' Condition "Good" Chester Uscakiuwlcz, Naugatuck arslty basketball center, who underwent an. appendectomy Sunday it St. Mary's hospital, passed a rest-ful night" according to hos- lital authorities who said hla condition was ''good" this morning. Scovill Team Beats arlinski, If Bchlosser .. Sohaffer, rf Swirskl, n . Craft' , 'ondriok, Ig Iruchumski, rg f P 0 2 0 C 0 1 1 2 0 .4 237 2 2 C 204 ocal Fish And Game Group Meets Tonight The local Fish and Game group vill meet tonight at 8 o'clock in he Town Hall. Improvements to 3lub property will be the main oplc for discussion. NOTICE A hearing on the application of The Thompson Motor Corporation o conduct a gasoline station, re- air, used and new car business at northwest corner of Christenscn Street and Riverside Drive ,will >e held at the Borough Clerk's of- ice, Town Hall. Naugatuck, Connecticut, on Thursday, February 10, 19-iT, at 11 A. M. LEO J. BROPHY, Feb. 5-6-7. Warden. ALCAZAR Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. — Today — "ANGEL ON MY SHOULDER^ PAINT HARDWARE HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES ETC. Free Delivery CANS, Inc. Maple Street Tel. 3507 Chuck's Service Five Meet Tomorrow Chuck's Service Five, recently rnturned to basketball' compeiltldn aflcr a lapse of BIX yearn, will moot Joe Flnk,e'» St. Francis.Rams In the first halt- of,a : ,basketball doublu. header at.- Cqi.lumbUB Hall tomorrow evening starting- at 730. Eldie Nolde's Mo-rry Morticians, who now claim Inn mythical ama- iteur basketball championship of Naugatuck as a result of their recent victory, over tho Post Office Bijr Five, will 'meet tho Hardware Kwilo of Waterbury In. the second game of the .evening, scheduled to get underway, at 8:40. Waterbury YWCA Defeats Naugy The Waterbury YWCA defeated the Naugatuck V Girls' swimming team last night nt the Crosby pool, "1 it o SB. Results; . GO-yarl medley relay—Won by Naugatuck, Olive Rathiewlch. Rae Weinhai'dt and Jean Ravenscrott. Time—44. G. 40-yard free style—Won by Naugatuck. Francis, 1st; Betty Ann Sweetman, 2nd; Rice, Waterbury, 3rd. Time—27.4. 40-yard free style (junior). Won ay Waterbury. Lombard. 1st; Sullivan, Naugatuck, 2nd; Gulluallo, Waterbury, 3rd. Time—27. Diving—Won by Waterbury. Corcoran, 1st; Else, Naugatuck, 2nd; Claffey, Waterbury, 3rd. 100-yard free style — Won by Naugatuck. Sullivan 1st; Rice, Wnterbury( 2nl. Time—1:22. •10-yard breast stroke — Won by Naunatuck. Rae Weinhart, 1st; Corcoran, Waterbury, 2nd; Plait, Waterbury, 3rd. Time-—3-1.3. 60-yard individual medley'— Won by Waterbury. .Lombard, 1st; Bel- ang-er, Waterbury. 2nd; Lillian QuirkP, Naii/jatuok, .'ii'd. Time — no seconds. •10-yard uach.s!.roke — Won by Naugatuck. Olive Rathkiewich, 1st: Belanger. Waterbury, 2nd; Jeanette O'Donnell, Nauga-tuck, 3rd. Time—30.3. 80-yard relay. Won by Waterbury. Corcoran, Cliffey, Rice and Lombard. Time—48.8. Rohrer Named Eli Basketball Captain New Haven, Feb. 5—Willinm M. Rohrer, '47, of Eronsvllle, N. Y., has been named as captain of the current Yale University basketball team. During the 1930-10 season Rahrer captained his Kii?h school team in Bronxville und also played basketball at Deerfleld Academy, He was a member of the Yale squad last •winter which compiled the best court record in Eli 'history. NAMED MANAGKB Williman'tic, C'onri.. Feb. 5— (OP) —A former St. Louis Cai'dinal scout—Roy Dissinger of Willimantic—has been named general manager of the New Orleans Pelicans of the Southern Association. Disslngcr—who -spent 10 years in the Cardinal chain—went to New Orleans last year to direct the newly-organized farm system of the Pelicans. sTRnno »IC WII» James CAGNIY 13 RUE mnoELEini ANNABEt,LA •IdM CWTTf • /r«Jr UrWOM lad HIT 'GENIUS AT WORK' w,a, HOW* • Kim cuuur GEORGE ' WEISS' Ben Franklin Store 108 CHURCH STREET Hot Of I The Juke Boxes'. ! POPULAR RECORDS 25c Giants Sun SAL EM Today — Thurs. Fri. — Sat. Falrl>anlt»-Morse 1000 WATT GENERATOR With Remote *.C- 00 Start Mill SUPMIES • POWtR TOOLS ?J SAVINGS ST TfL. --'• Manager Walter Ploski's Purple Knights meet the Brooklyn, N. Y. Colored.G.ianm ut the local Y Sunday afternoon... ' The KhlEhts have won 11 out of 13 games JhlB 'season Including a victory over the U. ' S, Rubber vvhlch was understood to settle, unofficially, the question of which waB the .bosi senior basketball outfit operating; In the borough. However, the Giants arc-held by many to be a bit stronger than 'the average te'atn which the Knights met during the .season, and local fans ore lookiiif? toward a close hard buttle .Sunday. Rubber Badminton Team Beats Bristol 6—RUBBER .BADMINTON Th'e United States Rubber Company's nsile representatives In the Men's Class A Division: of, the Connecticut Badminton Association subdued tho Bristol Company racket wielders In an association match on the letter's court Sunday evening, V2. The singles competition opened with H. CieslewKki of the Rubber- men bowing- before the battering offerings of R. Davenport, 15-3 and 51-9. However, the Nautfatuckians go.L revenge in the second single* match when E. Drab. proved too formidable a foe for W. Stan). 15-6 and 15-12. The Rubbermcn swept the doubles winning four of five matches. E. Drabh and H. Anderson conquered R. Davenport and P. Gal-1 iulo in Ihe opening match w\a s aj hum-Uinger. 35-12, 10-15, and 15-32. E. Dyson and W. Stahl combined l.helr efforts to even the doubles by : taking the second match at tin- ex-] penso of H. Ciesluwski and II. | Doiron, HO-M, arid tlie I.VIO. C.I Toot-haker and R. Doiron copped; what proved to bn the deciding- match by humbling K- Bruun and! E. Dyson of tho Briatolltcs in the third match, 7-15, 15-14 ,and 15-11. S. Mather and H. Anderson made the victory secure by overwhelming E.'Braun and P. Gallulo in the fourth match, 15-12 and 18-13. C. Toothaker and S. Mathes were a-warded the nfth and final match by forfeit. Sonny Gnay.dowski Is • leading •flcoror of the Industrial .league ac cording to statistics ' 'released by Arthur R. GrubcnnMinri, chairman of the loop : data on- the ploy .'in the league after four wceko' per rormance. . U. 3^- Keds .and the EuHtorh Malleable ."Iron Men" arc tied.with three:-victories and one loss each. The Naugatuck Chcmi co.1- Is runner-up .and the Hlgl; School Vets are in last place, having yet to crash the win column Two of their four losses, however were by only one point. Competition is fast developing and fooUi Chemical and Vela promise to make the going ,)mrd for the loader.* in the final two matches, of tho Ilrst rounil.' Tonight's schcd ule h-3,s the Keds facing the Chemical and the "Iron Men" playinu the Vets, with- Russ Weaving handling both- games. -Arrangements have been made to handle the- largest crowd of the season. Below is the official Klandinij scores of all games to dato, and Individual points scored. (First live on each team.) Team Won Lost Pet. U. S. Rubber '..3 1 750 Eastern Malleable ....3' 1 7,'in Naugatuck Chemical 2 2 500 NHS Veterans 0 4 000 High Scorers Plavers Team Games Pta. Ave. Gnazdowski, Vets .4 5<1 13..V Hopkins, EMI w . ... -1 Yuckowski, Keds . 4 Farrar, Keds 4 R. McDermott, Chem 3 J. Dunn. Chem. .. 1 T Edmonds, Keds . 4 Furs, Keds 4 Finkc. EMI 3 F. Wojack, EMI .. -1 J. Aquavia, Vets .. 4 Huccio, Keds 1 Lcinwubur, E.Mf.. 3 Tungredi. Vets ... 4 Ouleski,. Chem. ... 3 Myers, Vots 4 Ura.sciiku, Chem Digrls, Chif.iiic.-il Lent, Vei.s Bogis, Vi L ls KwldeiTjki. KMT .. Gunir Si^i Ivods 71, EMI 42. Keds 58. Chem 33. Keds 04, Vets 47. EMI 40, Keds 39. EMI 39, Vets 31. EMI 39,-Chorn. 3J. Chem. ,35, Vets 34. Cheni, .31, Vets 30. 47 42 40 '.-50 30 34 32 31 29 2'* 22 22 21. 13 12 30 10 1.0 10 10 12.0 10.5 10.0 13.0 9.0 8.5 8.0 10.3 7.2 5.7 22.0 7.,-i 0.2 4.3 3.0 3,3 2.5 3..? 3.3 3.3 MAKKS HABIT OF IT 1 1;cs Cunningiham, vuti-ran ace of the Cleveland Barons in the American Hockey Leogue. has participated in the play-offs nine times In 11 seasons. He has registered 04 points in championship play. Alabama ranks third among the states in the production of rosin and turpentine. BOXING •" ; :. Aiuplces H'tb.y. A. C. "Geo. JVIulligan, Promotor FRIDAY NIGHT FEB. 7th State Armory, Waterbury MAIN BOUT 10 RDS. RED DOTY HARTFORD JERRY FIORELLO BROOKLYN, X, Y. Semi<Fin:tl BILLY BROWN MANCHESTER • VS. CHARLIE HOWARD PITTSBURGH AJI* 3 Other Bouts PRICES: $2.50 Ringside $1.75 Reserved—Con. Adm. $1.25 All Tax'lncl. T/ckets Now on Salo ut Mulligan's Restaurant, 16 Phoenix Ave., Waterbury. Phone 3-97GO Utah's 'Great Salt lake is the largest body of .sail water in the United Status. Dow T Miss ICE-, CAPADES OF 1947 NIGHTLY TWO MORE MATINEES SATURDAY A SUNDAY PHe*» f l.»».7»-»l.»o Intl. Tax S«iU On S^U Now . THE ARENA Orov* St. at O»n(o Wildcats Tonight PATTY SHELLS TO OK DICK FOR PARTY NEEDS CITY BAKERY B. P. STOFPANI, Prop. Maple Street Telephone 9678 PLAY POOL and Bowl at the R & M ALLEYS 105 MAPLE STKEKT FRIDAY SAT SUM * '.KHH au TIM* ' Just Arrived! \ The New General Mills Tru-Heat Electric Iron The Iron Betty Crocker Is talking about. Look at these 'features: . .. . . 1—Tni-Heat Fabric Selector 8—Trii-Fit Handle "» 3—Safety Side Rest Bar 4—AH Around Slanted Edge oV-Permanenlly Attached Cord Now Available At 413 No. Main St. Union City Stnro Open Friday Night Until 8 O'Cloch •SS* NORTH MAIN ST. Union City - Tel. J688 Hop Brook Beats Union City Indians ' 'Hop ,,Brook defeated " the Union City Indians basketball team, 30-20, yesterday afternoon . ut Ihn Hop Brook gym. Sczcpkowskl with IS pointa was • high- for' the winners, while'Soberoisk! with six was best scorer for'tSki losers. The score: Hop Itrook b' f p Whltkowskl, 'If -2 0 4 Sczepkowsk, rf 0 3. IS Jurltasiatia, 'c .. ...0 0 0 SKCzocxsirx, IK 2 0 4 Mallancy, rg 2 3.7 Vollan 0 0 0 Totals .12 6 30 Indians . Shiva, If ...... .-Strew, rf ... Jobercski, c ;_ovendbw8ki, Web, rg 22.6 '1 02 Totals 8 4 20 buore at half time: Hop Brook 12, indians S. Referee; Kenncy, Scooter Scussel Signs With Los Angeles Stafford Springs. Conn., Feb. 5— (UP)—A University of Connecticut and Yale football halfback — Ray (Scooter) Scussol—has signed with the Los Angeles Dons of the Al!- AmerJcan conference. Scussel played one year of freshman end two years of varsity football at Connecticut. He went to Yale as a Marine tr.iinee, and held down a starting position -with the Elis for one season. . Scussci returned to Yalo last y«ar but was ineligible for' further competition. He spent th<? season with the Providence Sterujirollfcrs of the American Football League, Pretzels originated in Freiburg, Get-many, and were first made by the monks, to be eaten only during the Lenten season. -Healy Probabfc er At Center In PI«e Uscaiciewicx. Thret sibilities For Forward Replacement Coach Ray Foley's High School basketball Greyhound, will stack up against Coach Toai PurcolI'H Wilby Wildcat* In i ne second frame of an all-Vail™ League basketball double header, at the Waierbury armory thii ^ ning which sHows Ansonla 8 Crosby in the first game. Nnugntuck will protmbly Vin Hc-aly at center in place or Rig' Chcl UscaWewicz who underwent an appendectomy Sunday, jnl Healy and Bob Jones will rcn>»i n at guards and Bob'TStauffer at tot. ward. The other forward ponition will probably - be filled by Bill Lang, Charley Aquavia or J crry Labi-iola, depending- on individual performance. Bob Mariano, who .was a fourth possibility to see action with the varsity, has been ill since Monday with a severe cold Wilby should not prove too difficult for the Greyhounds despite the Tact That the Purccll-coachwJ squad is vastly improved over the team which dropped a 60-33 decision to the Garnet earlier in the season. The Naugntuck-Wilby co». test is scheduled to get underway at 3:15. ' Ansoi-iia goes ngainst Crosby in the first game of the evening, starting at 7:45 in a contcBt which il«should afford local fans a good op- J i poitunity of'comparing the Jarvjj. men with a. Uscakie\vicz-loss Gar- nr'i if.*"*; 1 . Anso?}i.i nnd Nati^atticlt •meet Friday evening at the An- soni:t high school. GET A JEEP ' Vonr VrU.I.VK-r>VRrlY.A\T» DMlw LIBERTY MOTORS, Inc. *4 KirrlMiB ATMM 2nd BIG WEEK FIGHTING MAD and FHJGHTEKED .'. . H« rald.d th» moil »ini>t*r Qddr.M in hiitory CAGNEY Gorman - Rupp World's iJlghtcKt, Self I'rlnilng Centrifugal Pump "The Midget" Weighs fiO Ibs. 1'uinjw 5,000 pullonn water an hour, at total head of 20 feet, Including- 5 foot^suctlon litt. j j* CMWErre VO&BCRT AliYSOM SECRET HEART LIONEL BARRYMOftE ROBERT STERLING MARSHALL THOMPSON "SPOOK BUSTERS" with I,EO GORCEY HUNTZ , v —: Coming Next Wednesday — Wallace Beery in ;^ht3rMcGurk' & 'Two. Smart •V>V ''iV'v.''- 1 . "

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