The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on January 20, 1977 · Page 1
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 1

Atchison, Kansas
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Thursday, January 20, 1977
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NALT.ATL'CK NEWS iConn.) Friday. May 2X. Oregon Resident Attends VFW Auxiliary Gathering Mrs. Frank (Virginia) National VKW Council Member DeBlasio, State President of the Mrs. DeBlasio also announced Ladies Auxiliary to Ihe Veterans that Mrs. John (Mary) Johns, of Foreign Wars, announced NewLondon.Ct.willbeagueslai today that Mrs. Doyle (Mary) Sanders will be the National Representative to the State Convention lo be held in Hartford THE BEACON FA1.1S JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB held its annual installation of officers recently at a banquet held al Ihe Galley in Derby. Outgoing officers are shown in the top photo above, lelt lo right: Mrs. Joyce Markey. education chairman: .Miss Darleue Jeffreys. Miss F.lisa Carol Olson. Miss Paula Ann Sanlucci and Mrs. Sanrti C'oncilio. outgoing president. In Ihe lo«er photo, newly in- stalled officers are shown in the same order: President, Silvana Markarewic!-. First vice-president. Donna Fiorillo: Second vice- president. Lin Spence. Hecording secretary. Dianne l.apul: Corresponding secretary. Frank Capasso and Treasurer. Barbara Tobias. IXEWSphotos by Edward Vewmanl Ihe Stale Convention. Mrs. Johns is Ihe National Council Member Dislrict 2, serving Connecticut and Massachusetts. She has been June I l-a at the Hartford Hilton, serving as Slate Secretary- Mrs. Souders, Portland, Treasurer since 1972, Past State Oregon, was selected National President 1955, Secretary of the Senior Vice-President of the 24th Annual Loyalty Day Com- Nalional VFW Ladies Auxiliary mittee. at the 62nd National Convention On Friday, June llth Mayor in Los Angeles, August 1975. She George Athanson, Hartford, will now holds the second highest attend the convention as a guest office in the Auxiliary, and ac- for the Special Awards presen- cording to tradition, is expected tations. to become Kalional President at Greetings of Allied (he Convention in New York, Organizations will be presented August 1976. on Friday afternoon, June llth. Through her leadership as There will be a reception for Ihe National Community Activities Allied Organization at 3:30 p.m. Director in 1972-73 Auxiliary and The Allied Organizations have VFW members volunteered been invited lo attend the Joinl 3,214.912 hours of service, and Memorial Service which will, be contributed $3,079,695. The held at 7:30 p.m. Friday. Asinlhe volunteers assisted during past Ihe Service is held lo Honor disasters, sponsored anti- all deceased members of the pollution programs, drug control VFW and Auxiliary, education and promoted safety, The nomination o! Stale Of- which included inslruction in ficers will be held on Saturday, Drive-to-SurviveandUte-A-Bike June 12th and the elections on programs. Sunday, June 13th. Mrs. Souders and her husband, An award and citation will be Doyle, traffic sergeant on the presented to a Newspaper who Portland Police Bureau, share an has given the Ladies Auxiliary interest in VFW. They served the best news coverage for the together as Posl Commander and year. A three member panel of Auxiliary President; as District the news media will judge the Commander and President; and Auxiliary Publicity scrapbooks as Stale of Oregon Commander with the winner to be announced and President. He is currently a at Ihe Convention on Friday. Local Student W1ien (he Miu , e Stephens sank on Carjdo Lake on the Texas-Louisiana border in 1869, 61 persons and $60,000 in gold _ ^ were lost. The gold still sits on The Student Government of the lake bottom waiting for a part-time and evening students at lucky scuba diver. Caddo Lake Quinnipiac College, within the also is stocked with pearl- Division of Continuing producing mussel, making it GAIL MAZANSKI. daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Stanley Mazansli. 17 Locust SI, Union City graduated from Central Coiinectkul Stale College. New Britain, where she received her Ilariiplor of Scirncr Degree in Elementary Kducalion. She is a member o! Kappa Delta Phi. an Honor Society in Kdufalion. Class Officer At MONTREAL (UP1) - THe Washington Capitals went for size in the annual National Hockey League amateur draft Thursday when they made defenseman Rick Green ol the London Knights of the Ontario Hockey Association their first choice. Choosing first among the 18 NHL teams, Washington chose the 6-3, 202-pound Green, who scored 13 goals and 47 assists this past season. _^^_^^^_^ — ^^^_^^ UlVlSIUll Ul ^u......u... e . ~ _ " • " " ^\j Education recently elected their one of Ihe few places in the Women's Club Federation Convenes In New Haven -«•«« - ----- -- So Proudly We Hail will be the three day event, announced by Federation of Women's Clubs theme for the 791h Annual Con- Mrs. Laurina Pettis, President of Treasurer vention of Ihe Connecticut State the CSFWC, include: Federation of Women's Clubs, Mrs. Rose Kushner, Ken- convening May 4 at the Park singlon, Maryland - author of Plaza Hotel in New Haven. This the book Breast Cancer: A theme will salute our nation's Personal History and an In, Bicentennial; the 155 clubs and vestigative Report: which topic ;'Breast Jrgery •. DiCCniclJnial| Ulc IW tiuus miu » WUSUMI-. .n-yvi i, ..«...-.. approximalely20,00()mernber,f,i)t. ! wjjll Jje^C.pntr^yers.y,, •<.»-. -jthenCSFW/J..*^ ^caUo 5 , jjl FreedorA i .c.J,,Choke^inj , lalenl atidjjEoatnbutions a re;,a .Cancer.fSurBerv pledge lo the, future. Featured speakers Mrs.' Oscar" Sowards. for the Lexington, Kentucky'—General Mr. Bill Hennessey, CPTV Vice President for Development and 2. Auction Director who will speak on "Facts 4 Foibles." Mr. Sydney J. Goluboff, retired coordinator of Journalism at the University of New Haven. His . "talk^rtll 'bei ''What Made Patlyli 'TRim" n-tlich" traces the'Hearst. SHOW Pared-down maillols. Prelty little bikinis. Flattering tv/o-piece styles. And bright cover-ups. In solids, prints, stripes! THIS WEEK! family background back to her great-grandfather, which may- explain her mental attitude and the forces that impelled her lo do many of the things she has been charged with. Election and installation of officers for Ihe 1976-1978 ad- mi nistralion will be a highlight of the three day event, along with the arts and crafts display from ^ across the slate which features §11171)116)' fw'K the many lalenls of Ihe club members. Rpfl/jinp Resolutions to be presented to "ewtmeg the delegates include: 1. Bicentennial a. to ask the Governor to issue a proclamation urging lhat on Ihe coming year Over 1,000 such students are craftsmen for the important enrolled at the College and part they have played, and recently the Board of Trustees continue'to play, in the arts, voted that a representative from Pure Food i Drug Ad- this group become a member ol ministration Ihe Board. a to urge Ihe Pure Food & Mr. John Nowicky, 7a Dee Drub Administration to lake Avenue, Meriden, was elected prompl and vigorous action to Senior Class President. He also curb the potential dangers of was elecled President of the tood.additivies-lhat recent Continuing Educalion..Student .research has revealed are -Government- -and- representative unsafe; and lo further assume to the' Board of Trustees. Mr. the responsibility of strict Donald Berrie, 50 Oak Hill Lane, enforcement of high food Wooobridge, was elecled standards Secretary; Miss Barbara Avard, 3 Voter Registration 365 Orchard Street, New Haven a to urge support of Con- was elected as Treasurer and neclicufs present law in the Junior Class President; and Mr Congress requiring a Michael llackett, 9 Ridge Road, US. where pearls are available for Ihe taking. BELLY DANCE SUPPLIES HHB fo» reti cAUtowt ARABESQUE IIIUNKIT.OMRNinW TO MA •>»<} Pancho Villa, the Mexican revolutiorary bandit, found a way to commercialize war Villa sold the motion picture rights lo the war he was fighting with Mexico to Ihe Mutual Film Corp.. which followed Ihe action with Villa's troops. The accommodating Villa agreed lo do his lighting when Ihe light was right for filming. The movie. "The Life nf Villa." was a box office flop 'fS^S^- : ' -jri^^:z.r£^£.'^J''^-~~ jj Bi-Centennial ji ICostume Rentals'. I By Nona Match;! P.M. TII 'i P.M. ii prospective voter to personally pear for voter registration. Program Cut , Naugatuck, was elected Vice President and President of the Sophomore class. Special student representatives elected lo the governing council were Mrs. Sylvia McFadden, 755 Tuttle Avenue, Hamden, Miss Kathleen Randall, 1140 Whitney Ave., Hamden; and Mrs. Natalie Or- (oli, Whalers Point, East Haven. Mr. Noel Bishop, Director of OH HIGH PRICES! MISSY SWIMSUITS 10% DISCOUNT sizes 8-18 _. The \Vhittemore Memorial --- . • . . July -1, 1976 bells be rung Library's summer park program the Division of Lonlmuuig simultaneously for one minute with the Naugaluck Park Depi. Education at Qmnnipiac, was mav have lobe cut Ihis summer recently elected President of Ure savs Ann Yarmal, children's Connecticut Association for librarian who was informed by Continuing Education al its Joanne Peters, Director of HRD annual meeting. The D.ioasKint.-Mm.-riiuruiittiied rhat the Slate Labor Commission organization represents all in- proclamation requesting that bad cut the funds used to support stitulions of higher learning in on July 4, 1976 an Ecumenical the program. »e Stale of Connecticut which Service be held throughout Ihe Last year $305.85 was received have continuing education state. from HRD to purchase paper- programs am) has been an active c. lhat we recognize the works back books which were force in developing public of American artists and dislribuled lo Ihe seven borough awareness about adult students . »«_ n:,Vn« u.... t,aM coi-oral in all communities throughout the stale lo signify the rededication of our freedom and independence. b.toasktheGovernortoissuea 1 758-4647 DAILY 9:45 TO 5:45 PROSPECT SHOPPING CENTER WATERBURY-PROSPECT RD. . & FBI. 3:45-7:45 DIET WORKSHOP — MEETS MONDAYS THE DIET WORKSHOP mnfi «v«ry Monday *1 the Cons f(fl*Hon 6t1hlir«l, III Flirvrtw Avt., NJ«J*!u{k wilh J morning cl-m il t:W a in. tnd evening *i rwpov For additional information call 723-1911 after S p.m. Opening Day— Sat. May 29th Julie's Wholesale-Retail Store 87 MAPLE ST., NAUGATUCK We carry and sell anything & eveiylhing. CLOTHING TOYS PERFUME JEWELRY BABY PAMPERS ' LAMPS CORTAIN RODS MATERIAL GIFT ITEMS STATUES HAND LOTIONS HAIR SPRAYS SHAVE CREAM HARDWARE • LADDERS GREETING CARDS COLORING BOOKS CANNED GOODS DETERGENTS KOOL-A1D-KOOI-POPS SODA CANDY PAINT PICTURE FRAMES GLASSES CUP AND SAUCERS MIX AND MATCH VASES LAMP SHADES LINEN GOODS SHOES OPEN THUR., FRI., SAL, SUN 10 A.M.— 7 P.M. 729-7000 THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS Kool-Pops Pkg. 16 59* Kooi-Aid 5pk. 99* Short Sleeve Men's Shirts *2 99 Poik & Beans 16 GZ 4lflT»l°° Big Selection Of Jewelry 89* parks Wo young people were Mr. Bishop has held several hired, one from Ihe Park Depl. leadership roles in Ihe and one from the HRD office. organization and is past These young people had a brief president of the New England training session in the library Region, Association for Con- after which they conducted a "nuing Education. Residing at weekly program of stories and 151 County Road, Guilford. he is language development games married to Ihe former Katharine wd songs at each playground as Rcinhardsen. ell as circulating books to Ihe hildren in Ihe park programs. II •as a successful program and a ecded one. Many children simply do not ivc near enough to walk to Ihe ibrary and without public ransportation they often cannot come lo the library in Ihe summer. Children jusl beginning to read should have access lo books and reading programs throughout the summer to encourage their newly acquired skills. It is truly a shame lo have this program cut BONTEMPO — A son. Jonathan lo Mr. and Mrs. Michae. BonTempo, Andrew Aye.. May 22 in St. Mary's Hospital Mrs. BonTempo is Ihe former Jane F. Kosinski. Grandparente are Mrs. Mary Kosinski, Xorlh Haven; and Mr. and Mrs Michael BonTempo Sr., East Haven. and it is our hope thai Ihe State Labor Department will reconsider. Benefit Craft Show Planned At Westover An Arts and Crafts Fair will be held on Saturday, July 24 and Sunday, July 25 al the Weslover School gymnasium in Middlebury to benefit the Animal Rescue Foundalion. All craftspeople are inviled to exhibit, sell, and demonstrate (heir work. For further in- forma lion call 758-5924. STRONKOWSKY — A son, to Mi and Mrs. \Villiam Slronkowsky New Haven Rd, \fay 24 in Griffin Hospital, Derby. BLAS1. - A son, Clifton Paul, t Mr. and Sirs. Dennis P. Bias Bradbury St., May 24 in S Mary's Hospital. Mrs. Blasl i Ihe former Bettiedea Michaels. Grandparents ar Mrs. Shirley (Michaels Russell, Naugaluck, and M and Mrs. Homer Blasl. DON'T MISS THIS BUY! [L.EHIQHJ 4 Piece Bedroom Set

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