The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on January 14, 1977 · Page 1
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\:U'(;.YHTK NKWSU'onn.l Thursday. Ma) 20.197G Obituaries Fresh Vermont Air Available For Miss Mildred Carlson Miss Mildred H Cnrlson, 76. of brothers, C. Fridolf C 19't Millvillc Ave., secretary of Xnrman .1. Carlson, Ihe Carlson Furnilure Co. Inc., ol N'ruigaluck. died Wednesday afternoon ,it (he filejidale Heallh Cure Center, afler a long illness. Miss Carlson was Iwrn in N.iuf>atiK'k..lii!v4.1899. daughter of Ihe lale Joseph and Ingeljorg P^tor nfJhc^Salcm /^Iheran 'BergMcdIl Carlson. She was " ' " ' "" educated in locaLschools and was ;i nirmbrr of thdJ.SnlejTi I.ulherau church and the Evergreen Chnpler.\0rtlor of Easlcrn Star. Miss C.irlson leaves ;i sister. Mrs Esther C navies; two Nnugatuck. and several nieces nnd nephews. hours. By JF.NNIFEK SMALL even. The idea came to him in MONTPELIER, Vt. (UP!) - mid-December and the can was The way John Bramblett sees put on the market in Ihe il. a can of "Vermont Green beginning of March. Mountain Air" is as emblemat- Bramblett has received or- ic of the stale as maple syrup ders from all over the country — and almost as profitable. through a New England maga- Thal's righl. For just $2 you zine in which he advertises. He can have a can of sparkling said he sees a potentially aris/m ind Vermont air to send as a gill to limitless market for the cans of arlson an ' suftoting , rMs ;„ New clean air. particularly in n , all o f • . • ^ Bf>s[m This nm . radropo | ilan areas . ^^ ^ ^.^ m ^ Bfsite bringing hira a ( f lhc avera g e rao <!est income, the can sali- mi iimin, daily adull require- sifes his creative urges, Bram- ul Viiwiiti<* 1 "" KalucK WATERBllllY - John Shieder. Tvl. of 35 Piedmont Sjt., died suddenly Tuesday al the KnmcT Rronson Co. in Beacon Kails, where he was employed. l>r Joseph Daly, medical examiner. w;is notified. Ho was born in SummerviHe, Mnss Krb in, ISM.sonoflhelale Jnhn nnd .Irtsepliine fWisocka) Shre<)er He was 3 U.S. Army veteran nf World War 11. Mi- leaves three brothers. problems. r . ' '- nrm- r=± Memorial con & and (hcrrfore dfln> , coo(ajn Z VoS«r ^Protein or carbohydrates. Vermont air. And .he Hip-lop pOBox 2« r , . Directions for maximum en- cans «il, be illegal in Vermont .joymenl read. "Tilt can to- in January. wards nose and inhale deeply. To simulate mountain air on a KOUld O \vinler day. place in freezer one W,,,e, Joseph and Pcler X^n^'Saed by Shredor. ..I o. Wa.crbury. and ,,„ Y^, ^ several nieces and nephews. P ..,. F,,,,era, serves ri» be hold lomorrow al II am. at ™ |ion o[ lhe Vermont Environ- Snyder Funeral Home. 114 Conservation Agency Willo^t with Ihe nev.Rober ™»" ons en o llpydeweicli vvill IK- in new Pine Bramblett . » Conservation oer ^ons en o Burial . Grove - ||ARTFORD . Con , (UPJ , _ An investigation of allegations of inferior construction on Rte. B1CENTENNU1, LUNCH - Prospect Street School youngsters recently enjoyed a "Bicentennial" lunch in Ihe school's cafeteria. Several of the children are shown above with Mrs. Ceil Kaczkowski. chief cook, who arranged Ihe decorations, left lo right are Mary Raymond. Chris Wagner. Bob Maringola. Tony Gaillo. Mrs. Kac- ikowsM Elio Matan, Tracy Norton and Robert Gadomski. (NEWSptioto by nonCousey! i-rmelcry. friends may call al (he funeral home today from 2 lo 4 arul 7 lo (1 p.m. - ajr hf ha() A of At | arlt3 G a ril/ir>/YI/S j. mi LICK,-. Michael's Cemetery CI.\VTON \. HnrSKKXECHT Fime-ral services for Clayton A llrweknrchl. B8. formerly of 580 CAHI.TON n. Tt'TTl.E richl St .was held loday at 9:3(1 WATERBURY - Funeral am from the flreen 4 Packer services (or CarltonO. Tutlle. 61. Funeral Hume. CO Terrace Ave. Hurial was in drove Cemetery. MIIS. MMITINYVASAUSKAS IIKNRVS. SOIIIHKSKI The funeral of Henry S. Snljircski.52.of64CrnirctiSI.was hold loday al R:30 a.m. from the Fitzgerald • Zcmbruski - Sgrillo Funeral llnme. 240 North Main , St. to SI. llerhvig's Church for a '.^Honisi Yv^auste. Mass al <i Burial was in SI. .'.imes Cemetery. Ili'v Anthony Smiabwski was Ihe Celebrant of Ihe Mass. Theresa Snliwocki was organist .in<! soloist. RPV Marion Krup- nick"ffered prayers at Ihe grave. Bearers were \Villiam Matos. Manny \lalos. Walter Bielecki. nf- M 'l'.archmonl Ave. waThcW IJ«* sons lived I, today al 10 a.m. at the Ilickcox- Hampshire for three Mitchell Funeral Home. 195 Main SI.. W.ilertown Burial was in Kvergrcen Cemetery. Water- low n . . rhnster Polnkovvski. Douglas pr , vrr s a , t[K , iff. and MiaJel-Sr,bircSki.r?W rS ! a '. t . Anlnirn SI. was held yesterday al n-m am from Ihe Fitzgerald - Zcmbruski - Sgrillo Funeral llnme. 240 North Main St. lo SI. Mary's Church for a Mass al 3. nurial was in • St. James Come! ery Theliev. Roland iJiPlantewas 'he celebrant of the Mass and Rev. Edu-ard Dnnnellj- offered rave. . . Ilir- Seeond Ballalion of Ihe iii2itrl Infanlry of the Xationnl i^n.irds was represonlcd by CSM William A O'Rourke. Isl sgl. Edward .1 (larland Jr.. SFC Itnvninnd M Miklllski. SP 5 1 .nrry F Moore, and Sgl. Wayne F. Morris. Cnrl Ilurp was Ihe bugler. N \RMAX (J. FIlANCOF.l'l! M1LFORD — The funeral of Norman (~, Francoeur. 51 of 480 nev John Szlagowski was the Woodland Drive, was held today ,-clebranl of Ihe Mass and offered ;il IMS. am Erom Ihe Doyle prayers al Ihe grave. The Funeral Home. 291 Bridgeport organist was Begins Zapalka Ave. lo SI Ann's Church for a Bearers were Leonard March. Mnss at 9. Burial was in St. .\Hjerl Marchelewski. Al MIIS. RTANl.F.V (II.SZEVVSKI Funeral services for Mrs. Mary 'Cichowskil Otaewski. 79. 49 I/irann Dr. were held yeslerday al in a.m from the Fitzgerald • Xemhruski • Sgrillo Funeral llnme. 240 N'orlh Main SI. to Ihe Holy Saviour Polish National Cathnlic Church for a .Mass at 10-M Burial was in Holy Saviour enough, according lo Transportation Commissioner James F. Shugrue. Shugrue. in a letter to Karl BramoTelt said he was looking F. Crawford, acting chief for some way to prolong his engineer of Ihe Bureau of ties with Vermont, since his job Highways, asked Wednesday ends in October. Bramblett will for further investigation of Hie return in Ihe fall lo Nashua, allegations (hat Ihe road section N.H.. where he will resume his in question contained unsalis- iob ivilh the U.S. Environraen- factory materials, tal Proteclion Agency Shugrue told Crawford he Bramhlell. his wife, and wanted surface borings laken New at random locations on Ihe road years to determine if "junk material" hcfore "coming to Vermont Iwo or "dead sand" were used years ago instead of acceptable gravel, as ' "To me! the clean air here is was charged in a published just like maple syrup. It's report- svmbolic.somelhmgVermonl- He.ilsoaskod thai an audit o! e'rs are proud of, something the project records be under- thev can share with others," laken and ordered no funds be Bramlilett said. 1»'«1 f" the P™)^ 1 , un "' * According to Bramblelt. Ihe delerminalion was made aboul can sells itself. "It's not a rip- Irnlti of Ihe allegations, nff. it's a conversation piece." For Ms label. Bramblett chose a I7lh century woodcul by Thomas Bewelh. depicting a farmhouse, trees and a range of mountains overlooking a stream. The scene could be a rural setting in 17th century England or Lake Champlain in eont'emporafs' Ver'fiidht. 1 Bramblell has^old 1.000 cans so far and is sl'arting to break Ligownik. William Nagdon. A delegation from the Ladies Adoration Society attended consisting of Helen Bobinski. Ann Zeranski. Slella Swiderski, Julia Chipko. Catherine Taranowicz, Theresa Zapalka. Jane l.agnwnik, Adella Korowotny. Regina Zapatka. Mary Niziolek. Trene Sosnowski. Cora Knsakowski. Helen Szlagowski, .lean Gumulinski, Josephine Slanczyk. Stella Korowolny and Ann Zemeir. International Heritage Day Slated In Prospect PROSPECT — International food, dancing, arts, crafts and displays will highlight this Saturday's International Heritage Day on the Green. The major event in Prospect's Bicentennial celebration will begin at 11 a.m. and continue until 3 p.m. and will feature a variety interest with an international flavor. In addition to a wide range of ethnic foods and dancers, Ihe celebralion will include displays from many lands and will be sparked by colorful costumes from foreign countries worn by many workers and guests. A Lebanese booth of arts, crafts and food will be provided by the Marionile Mission; the Holy Trinity Church will feature a Greek display; a Scandinavian booth will interest many as well as a booth provided by the Lithuanian Club; cralts, food and a display will highlight the Polish Nalional Church Youth Group booth; and Ihe Vietnamese refugee nuns will have a booth featuring both fowis and crafts. The local Bicentennial Commission's booth will be spotlighted with a display of foreign items donated by townspeople and the Historical Society wiU have an Open House throughout the event. An interesting display of foreign and antique guns will be exhibited by the Prospect Gun Club. Both the Democratic and Republican Town Committees will man booths serving food and featuring displays. A few tickets are still available for Ihe International bulfet inner which will be served at the Grange Hall from 12 noon until 1:30 p.m. andthose interested are urged to'contact Mrs. Anthony Mauriello or Mrs. Theodore Hanson for reservations as soon as possible. The Yankee Pedlar traveling store will have a wide assortment of Bicentennial items for sale including Prospect's commemorative spoons and the booklets chronicling the town's history. Ethnic dancers will be featured Ihroughout the day. At 12:30 Lithuanian dancers will perform; at 1 p.m. Portuguese dancers; al RAD BUSINESS NEW YORK IUPI) - To keep a slep ahead of inflalion. hogns check writers are hiking nmnunls to three and even four figures — in effect giving ihemselves healthy "cost of living" increases. .Inhn J. Janssen. nalional investigations director for Burns International Security Services. Inc.. says by upping Ihe amounts they're multiplying their chances of gelling caught. OL , K .,,,.. ^,u 6 u^^ uu ,^.o,... Businessmen who cash phony 2 p m. Lebanese, al 2:20 Greek checks in smaller amounls. say and at 2:35 Irish dancers will of less lhan S100. are more entertain. In Ihe U.S.S.R.. 75 per cenl of the medical profession is women. likely to shrug olf the losses, .lanssen said. But with larger losses. Ihe businessmen are more apt lo call in Ihe law and prosecule. SPECIAL PURCHASE ENDS THIS WEEK Big savings on sofas, love seats and chairs. 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