The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on January 21, 1977 · Page 1
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 1

Atchison, Kansas
Issue Date:
Friday, January 21, 1977
Page 1
Start Free Trial

MEMORHL DOT'76 Naugatuck's War Dead WOHLDWAR1-II1MIU Matthew C. Bickwdike F"™s *• O'Donnell Thomas J. Cain* Frederick P. Commings Patsey Daomi William J. Darabas James E. Dooley Stanislaus Dnlespski Philip Edwards Henry Cubler Ruff r i. O'Donnell Arthur J. Pustck Martin Pelerson Stanislaus Rykowski Thurtow T. Sobofield Joseph T. Sleverts Walfrid Stormwall Daniel F. Sillier Paul B. Halajian Harold Hall Torsten W. Johnson George V. Lavwon William Marinacdo Raymond F. Moote Alexander Szafarek William R. Talbot William J. Tcohey Emerson P. Turner In E. Vilsitint Philip 5. Waving WORLDWARIl-IMMMl . ' ?: S IK | :* ;-•• •:-: :v | ¥: S x| '••: •••: ";-; s 1 £ S Frank J. Adamaitis •Chester Afcmiki Jamej L, Ashmore Joseph Barboza Robert A. Baummer Bruce H. Barker Robert R. Boyd William J. Cowan Joseph P. Crolty Eugene E. Dalton James L. Dalton Vincent J. Deptula Gerald T. Donavin Donald A. Dorman Edward F. Doyle Theodore A. Einik Richard 0. Enamait Ernest F. Farrel John A. Feduzi Thomas A. Gotlibwki William S. Grabowski Robert J. Grant Will am E. Hemstreel Edward Jasinski Albert A. Jones Walla- Kerski Joseph J. Kirdzik John E. Kissane John Kowalewski Christopher Lalloway Joao da C. Maneca James B. Mellon John T. Middaugh Frank V. Mikailis Edward A. Milion Frank P. Minulo Euferw J. Monlwari John K. Moore Edward K. Moran William J. Morion Terence W. Murthi David J. Nixon William E. Morcty Henry S. Noworinski Edmund W. Pascavage Daniel J. Rado Joseph E. Reilly Joseph C. Ruzinkovic Henry R. Rykowsky Gwrgp Schiller Albert K. Schrull Theodore T. SchulU David Sebola Anthony E. Sbetwirsky Modest B. Smigelski Leroy S. Smith Rinaldi W. Sokolotki Matthew R. SUuffer William F. Stein Michad Slriuk Anthony W. Triano Arthur Valentine William Valentin*, Jr. George Walker Thaddeus J. Wojtaak James E. Woo* Hirotd C. Wooster Michld P. Zdonick George P. Zilinsky Jo«ph R. Zilinsky Crestow P. Zguzenski KOREAS WAR -1 Andre Ketde Raymond J. McNamara Stanislaus Khmowict Francis J. Scully Gerald LaCourse Artorio L VIETNAM WAR-INMtn ho Pau! E ' Flb ™ Samud A. Brewer James P. Carney Joseph P. HolUnd John R. Schultj Uniroyal Strike Reaches 39th Day URW Votes To Curtail Any Further Benefits N'o further benefits will be paid lo assess the 100,000 members of to strikers for the duration of the .the ™°n who are still working to United Rubber Workers walkout pay strike benefits to the 70,000 against Ihe Big Four Rubber who are not. Consequently, Companies- and Ihe walkout is N'augaluck strikers who had walkout began. go' 1 * to solve the problem." The Bommarito said Ihe end of the three-hour convention ended with benefits would not affect the '" e singing of "Solidarity continuation of Ihe walkout. Forever." "We're not going lo use strike Two-thirds of the country's tire-making capacity was idled The URW voted Thursday have cut off strike benefits. The daring a meeting in Chicago not fund slood at S3 million when Ihe by Russ Sumpt IJSomeiSiuffl Editor's Nnlp: ItussSumpf was away lliis \\refc anil it is our privilege lo have as a guest, Christopher II. Buckley, who wriles ys President aiiit Chairman of t!ie Hoard of lUsdon. .Manufacturing IVp thank 'Thrfc" for his commrnls. M is a privilege indeed, to bo invited lo pinch hit for Naugaluck's top journalist. KusseJJ Sumpf. Risdon has been in Naugaluck over 50 years. Hack in 1910, US Naugatuck people got together and invested their savings lo bring a (Efferent kind of industry'lo town. Inthosedays rubber footwear was even more important to the town than it is now and it was much more seasonal. Thercwas no government program ~ IK> special subsidies — jusl concerned Naugaluck people and they made the idea of industrial Please turn lo Page 10 Sewer Digging Upsets Homeowners ByNOMEHUSGAITIS Plrase turn to Page 10 State Fatality yesterday. \Ye didn't have Ihe answers. What price progress! A contractor told them this Is it really necessary to ™k he has been ordered by the damage and perhaps ruin forever town to start digging on their the yards which people have property on Tuesday morning, worked for years to achieve, and The couple has fought long and which lo them are important lo hard and lost m court the right of their lifestyle, all in the name of control over their own property, progress? Mrs - Klimaszewski was shaking Putting aside IcgaliliEs. and near hysteria as she told Ihe shouldn't members of local boards and commissions who supposedly are working "for" the taxpayers in the community use some "compassion and diplomacy" in their dealings with Ihe homeowners? Why can't alternate routes be taken for sewer lines, even if the cos! is slightly more? How would "j~\ ~j 7 SOU feel if it were your property j£ (}COT'Ct@Cl which was "condemned" by court action leaving the town By United Press International apparently free lo do what it A motorcyclist who was not pleases and when it pleases? wearing a safety helmet was These were some of the killed Friday night as Connec- questions which George and licut residents took lo the Bonnie Kliraasiewski of 212 highways to begin a long Lincoln SI. asked Die NEWS Memorial Day weekend. Slate police said John E. Pariseau. 29. was killed when his cycle, traveling at a high rate of speed, went off Branch i Hill Road. Prtston. and struck • a stone wall. Authorities said r« was not wearing a protective . helmet. State police plan 24-hour radar patrol throughout Connecticut. Commissioner Edward P. Leonard issued a special warning lo drunks and speeders as motorists headed for beaches and lakes in the traditional opening o( Ihe I DEATHS I Tl'CKER. MRS. EVA (CLARK). wife ofRalphW. Tucker Sr.. 195 Burton lid.. Beacon Falls, died May 28. 1976. Funeral Tucs.. June I, 1976 at 2 p.m. at the Alderson Funeral Home. 201 Meadow St., Naugatuck. The : Kev. Eugene McAlister will officiale. Burial in Grove Cemetery, Naugaluck. Friends : may call at at the funeral home i Monday from 7 lo 9 p.m. hare on Ihe automobile industry. It has been estimated il would have cost $10 million a month to continue benefits to strikers, acid the working members of'the union would h ave had lo pay $25 a week each to support that level of benefits. Please turn to Page to Editor's N'olt - Trie »b<w litfie bot lifting « c«H c*(«li!. If | anyone noUs errwi« omtsiiwii • c»fl to UK CHj Editor woiM t« g ?;vcrs •Tut? -NEWS summer season. The weather forecast for the ' . weekend called for partly mow ANN LANDERS 2 CHURCHES 4 CLASSIFIED 9 COMICS 8 HOROSCOPE 2 OBITUARIES 15 SCHOOL PAGE 5 SOCIAL 3 SPORTS 7 TV PROG RAMS 9 Please lurn to Page 10 In observance of the Mcmori&l i)&y holid&y t The NEWS will not publish Monday We wish all our readers a pleasant holiday week end. THE THKKK FACES of the John Howard MMtemorc Memorial Bridge air shoun in (to above photos. The lop photo shows the bridge as it looked during dedication ceremonies on Memorial Day. 19U. The August I9S5 flood damaged guide railings but the bridge stood (center pholo), the one remaininglinfc between the Kast and West sides of the borough. The lower photo shows thr bridge as it looks loday. Ttir insert is of the Memorial Tablet. iNKWSphotosb) DonCousey Top photo courtesy of Kay Ilpckeri Whittemore Memorial Bridge Dedicated 62 Years Ago Fair today followed by increasing cloudiness in the afternoon, highs in itie 70s to lower SOs. Cloudy wilh showers likely lonigtil and Sunday. Lows tonight in Ihe 50s, highs Sunday in Ihe »0s. Chance of rain 20 prr rent loday and 60 per cent tonight. Outlook: Cloudy uith a chance of rain Monday followed hy fair weather Tuesday and Wednesday. (By Bristol Kerorder) Tetnperalure Midnight 61: 3 a.m. 53: 6 a.m. 4S; 9 a.m. 70. Barometric Pressure Midnight 30.0; 3 a.m. 30.0; 6 a.m. 30.0; 9 a,m. 30.0. LAFF - A - DAY B> XOX1E RI'SGAITIS tribute to the nation's war dead. Construction of Ihe bridge \vas The John Howard Wtiittemore initiated in 1912 Ihrough Ihe ef- Memorial Bridge has played an forts ol the man to whom it was important part in Memorial Day dedicated. But he didn'l build it Observances in the borough since alone; he made il a community 1914, when forma! dedication effort and through public sub- ccrciriMiieswcreheld.Eachyear scription, nickels,and dimes the parade route begins in Union added lo larger donatcrs, the City and marchers cross the bridge was financed, bridge lo reach the West Side of In 1914, Memorial Day. May 30 the borough. at 3 o'clock, (he unveiling of a The parade halts for a time on dedication tablet and the transfer the bridge as young and old pay of the bridge to the borough of .N'augatuck was field Invitations printed in the style of the day read: "The John Howard Whittemore Memorial Bridge Committee begs leave to announce that the unveiling of the commemorative tablet and the formal transfer of the Bridge to the Borough of Naugatuck will take place on Saturday. May thirtieth, at three o'clock. One thousand nine hundred and fourteen. The exercises are lo be Please lum to Page 10 "It's a diet aid - tape il oxer vour mouth."

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free