The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on January 28, 1977 · Page 4
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 4

Atchison, Kansas
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Friday, January 28, 1977
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Pages - NAU'GATUCK NEWS (Conn.) Saturday, Junes. 1876 K?!'; «L'. V'i£.U f. «,T- V ~ 'Wh . • •>i< **&>'v.'Jt,» & _.,. ___ irsr ' 1 A*;?* «£h. jajm t VV fMltf.^. .tan \ • -. 11 n.w Brua mi; i -t v«s tsai*. [3tmtttr>3t 11 «EMtI/£TB«» MVMIKB&t" frMr- -•»» lain'- '•' ta» ' 11 /r-L '-~' *•••*••«• i T j ;il5'J !!»*;« , f.:**WMMW: (i. -jaSattSS* ticat sso IBS ft « g&Stttt IN MEMORY OF CHIEF JOHN L. CHATFIEID GIVEN BY FAMILY AND'FRIENDS- Panel Report Critical Of Mystic Oral School Vi /.'•iiSwi«ii«* aH; -- 1;"iBS«ESSES3e'«T!: 1 KroscisrrjRirajj PROSPECT VOLUNTEER FIREMEN paid tribute recently to Ihe lale 1'tiiel John L. Chalfield at ceremonies conducted by present Chief Paul Murray at the Flrehouse Hall on Memorial Day. Chief Chalfif Id was one ol the initial members ol the department since its Incorporation:!! years ago. A flag pole donated to the Department by the late thief's (amily and friends was dedicated al Ihe ceremonies, and Ihe flag raised tiy his sons Assistant Cliief Robert Chatlietd and Fireman Donald Oiatfield. (NEWSphotoby Edward Xcwmanl Youth'Services Plans Summer Arts Program HAKTFORD, Conn. (UPII The state-run Mystic Oral School, which teaches the deaf, suiters (rora a lack of staff communication, long-range planning and education department support, a five-member panel reported today. The committee of prominent educators of the (leaf was appointed last March to examine the school's personnel problems. Us 66-page report was scheduled lo be given to the state Board of Education today. The panel said Ihe schools staff was divided between supporters and dctraclors of Supt. Dr. Peter Owsley. The report praised the lower school, which teaches children between ages 3 and 9, but was 1 critical of the middle and upper schools for a lack of definite curriculum and goals. "Communication appeared .to be one-way, downward from the superintendent... campus communications with the superintendent seem informal and include only a portion of Ihe staff and administration," the report said. The state board has been "disinterested and unsupportive" according to Ihe report, which said slate officials reactions were "defensive and too late to prevent major problems." The report recommended more autonomy for the school lo allow more rapid decisions and supply ordering. II also suggested the Mystic Oral School board be given more decision-making power. The superintendent should not also serve as the school principal, the panel found. "The superintendent is wearing loo many hals," its report said. HOPE'S NEW NOTE PRINCETON, N.J. (UPI) Comedian Bob Hope, delivering the commencement address at Princeton University's Westminster Choir College graduation ceremony Monday, laughed at his own musical inadequacies before an audience of serious musicians. "1 feel as out of place as President Ford at a Reagan film festival or Phyllis Diller at a Miss Universe contest," Hope told 2,000 persons in the Princeton Chapel. "I have not always been involved in good music," he said. "I was the one who loaned Bing Crosby some money for his lirst music lesson." /Years For Hull Tickets There is still a limited number of tickets left for the Red Cross Ball being held on Saturday, J une 19 at the Portuguese Club. An evening of fun and good dancing is promised lo all who attend. There will be a Champagne Cocktail Hour from 8 to 9 with a variety of hors d'oeuvres being served. Immediately following, the Maslertones will play from 9 to 1. They play a variety of songs from Ihe fox trot and polka lo the bop, bump and hustle. This ball will benefit the Red Cross Motor Service which accommodated 225 area residents this past year. The cost of Ibis program is expected to reach 52,600 this fiscal year. The people who make use of this program have no place else to turn. If Ihe budget is not met, this program will have lo be curtailed. Please show your support of this most worthwhile program by buying a licket. The Motor Service will benefit and you will have a good lime. Tickels may be obtained by calling Mrs. Alyce Erickson at 723-1416 or the Chapter House 729-2219. The Naugaluck Chapter is a member agency of the United Way of Naugatuck and Beacon Falls, Inc. F,,,h,i.o« STAN LAUREL'S START If you remombi't the old laurel am rdy films f"" d |y you mas' recall that *><»" iJurcl was a Scotsman. His real name was Stanley Jclfcrsun. His fatlu-r was roan- w< 0 f (:!*««»••* M^* Theatre, whew 1'uui'lS »la nlt '> was allowed to help and sometimes lake parts in plays Vasco Balboa, discoverer of the Pacific Ocean, was charged with treason and beheaded in 1517. Then the Jcffi'rsons ''""' gralnl to Ihe United States. Stanley went into the theatre anil (lid so well thai lie botanic Stan Laurel, dim star. Many years later, while on a successful lour of Europe with Oliver Hardy, Teacher s Scotch Information Centre recalls, Laurel arrived at the old Melropole. lie went on to his first stage and had a long look round the empty auditorium. Then he heaved a deep sijjh and went back to his hotel. For Ihe third consecutive year Naugaluck Youth Services has been awarded a $1,000 grant from the Connecticut foundation tor the Arls, Mayor William Rado announced loday. This granl will supplement funds from the Borough of Naugatuck in producing a highly effective program in Ihe arts. Deborah Dailev Evensen will be lhe coordinator (or Ihe Summer Arts Program. Summer classes will begin the week of July 5 and continue through Angus! 27. Professional artists will be conducting workshops in art, Drama. Leather and Karate al City Mill Middle School, the YMCA and Youth Services. Ceramics will he taught again this year by Hob Henderson and art classes by Janet Sante. The newest of our workshops will be leather crafts, by Gary Clifford. Leather crafts entails working wilh and the care of engraving lools. This workshop is open lo high school sludents. There will be two drama workshops, one for middle school and another tor high school age' The high school drama workshop will produce a play in late summer. In addition lo Ihese classes matte possible by the granl, cullural field trips, camping trips, karate and guilar lessons will also be planned. - Activities are open lo high school and middle school ages. The Youth Services slat! will be registering young people for the Summer Arts Program al lhe High School and Middle Schools later Ihis month. For further information call Youth Services S-82S1 school* ou And THIS IS FOR Our Annual FREE fir TUP VAIIKATUCK YOUTH SERVICES has been awarded a 11.000 grant from Ihe Conneclicut F«™.U«"r« to W.. Shown with Mavor Kadois Debnral, Dailev Even,™. (Mil Ihe eoorn.nalor £intrr.rW- :m .»..^^ And By The Way... By MK'IIAKL (I. WESTER DA1JIART. Tex. I UP 11 Daisy Moore is a Bible-toting grandmother who opposes women's lib and wants to become the first woman legislator from Ihe Texas Panhandle. •Thai may all sound confusing, but it expresses the way 1 feel." says Daisy, who has race and faces a runotl \vith lawyer William Jackson on Saturday. It successful, she will lake on incumbent Hob Close in the November general election A win would place tier higher in the po'ilics of the Texas Panhandle lhan any woman has ever gone. "Even if I don'l get Ihe VOLUNTEER BUREAU Caff: 757-9«.J.T U^MrJ^S w=^rdt= toward Ihe closing of schools and summer vacations But for our many community service agencies there is no vacation STUDENT WANT-AD OFFER von plan for vour vacation. an also to spend a few hours a . IB vYcodlawp Terrace. Water- »?te5ire sjiS'Hri =-—-» birthrighl after delivery, and part of thai birthright is lo have a mother and a father who love each other and teach their children lo be God- (ca ™ B . , r A i , Uirv ' fs7-wy. Mondav'through P m "I also believe God hales ™ •• divorce, and I've had several ^ Ihe Te^prirn^ry as a couples -^J"*^ ^^™£r^A"J^ ! r '^ K r « ^HM^^tr three-way Democratic pr.mary fim|s ^ (hc ^ Righ|s and certain ^ ^ Bible wherever she goes and promises lo lei the Hihle l« her guide in elective [Xtlilics. ••By reading Ihe Bible one can determine things are not as C.od intended Ihem to be. and 1 decided 1 wasn't doing all 1 could lohelp out." she said. So. Mrs. Leo Moore. 52. ml(i ,,. T1 . v KK I1()M ITAI.M-. « .•**= Saturday : . p.m. ^» ;1 , IS fODAVI *=•>! CARLSON'S Naugatuck 729-2251 Amendment bureaucrats. "1 guess a lot of people think it slrange I'm so opposed to women's lib. set have taken an active part to correct some of Ihe wrongs in our government." she said. "I think there are a handful of women libbers trying to give ^ all women a bad name — and jt someone has to take a role lo _ stop Ihem before they go too (^ far." o O INDIANAPOLIS tl'Plt - " The Indianapolis Racers, regu lar season champions of Ihe 0 World Hockey Association East- * ern Division, Wednesday announced the signings of lhr« players. Team officials said the signings of wingers Blair MacDonald and Al Karlander and center Reg Thomas occurred in a 24-hour span. Kridav 9 a m lo 4 p.m. Visit' KMrrU: Individuals SAN r'UANCISCO (UPI1 needed io visit elderly persons on San Diego pitcher Handy Jones, a weekly Kisis and assist with with a 10-2 mark lor the season, simple errands. Thursday was named the Supervisor: Young adults National League s Titcher ol needed lo work evenings with the Monlh for May. groups of lc*nagers. The left-hander was . also UrcrcDiinr, Aide: Many Riven the NL Award in April. volunteers are needed lo work During May Jones. 26. started wilh handicapped children and seven games and completed six adult* this summer \Ve have wilh one shutout. He won six of kwtime and eveniro weds. the seven wilh an ERA of l.W. Summer Vocation is Here.' Need a part-time job? Want to sell a bike — a book — a quitar — a puppy • a gym uniform? Want to buy one? THE NEWS WILL PUBLISH FREE OF CHARGE ANY FOUR LINE ADVERTISEMENT FOR SEVEN DAYS IF BROUGHT TO THE OFFICE OR MAILED U HOURS PRIOR TO ITS PUBLICATION DATE. THERE IS NO CATCH. ANY BONAFIDE STUDENT SERIOUSLY CONSIDERING GOING TO WORK THIS SUMMER IS ELIGIBLE. COPY MUST BE TYPEWRITTEN OR PRINTED. Don't miss the fun and profit of this Want-Ad Special. Here are some samples tofollow: TILLIE'S = s-s-s-s SUPERM *25, Complete 729-0872 CALL TILLIE, JANICE OR DONNA FOR AN APPOINTMENT 46 PROSPECT ST., UNION CITY GIRL. AGE 15. experienced in babysitting. Reasonable rales Doris Jones. 00 Blank St. BROWNIE UNIFORM In perfect condition. Size 10. 51. Doris Smilh. 000 Blank Ave. LOOKING FOR a boy's 26" racing bike al a reasonable price Mike White. ;t».l-IHPOU This Service Is Free To College And High School Students Only •0 Offer Expires July 8th ••

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