The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on February 22, 1977 · Page 2
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 2

Atchison, Kansas
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Tuesday, February 22, 1977
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^ - — Governors Trying To Get Adequate Supply Of Meat pocwd dcflnllo Htrps to ob- [u!n an adequate -upply of. n,oa for the «lx-iitMc region. It Is an tujlpatpd that the Rovornorii will ppoal to federal authorities or restoration of the wiu-Umo full distribution nmendmont. Under tho nmondment - which was rescinded May flrst-«lmjffhlor- «™ rm,«t soil tholr moat on a proportionate bivslx to tho same c .»- tomoni nnd In tho same nrofi as bc- foro the war. It has boon charged that M.»L I- being withhold In the hopo that congress would remove price controls. a, i i i --Outlook For Society Is Black, Professor Says Providence. R. I., June 20-(UP> _Thc outlook for western socle X IH black in the eyes of Soclology Professor Carle I-HYSICIAN Hartford, Juno 20-<UP>-DoiLth him come to Dr. John Bullm- Mc- Cofilt a prominent Hurtford physl- ( 'liin. Ho V/IIM "H yeam old. Mc- f'ook WJIH born In Hartford In 1807 )n tho Marno houoo where hodlod, Buckmiller Funeral Home 22 PARK PLACfc Telephone 4334 Dog Gets Medal For Rescuing WaterburyBoy Waterbury, Juno 20--(TJP)-The new collar which Whitey wears around his neck Is a testimonial that a dog ™n bc man ' 3 best f '''° nd before the. n^ Is- Kincl conference of socia work, Zimmerman predict, that the high point of the crisis *<» bo loao . n °rt boforc the end of the century. And adds it will bc "reflected In ex- Fitzgerald Funeral Home 320 NORTH MAIN ST. Telephone 4187 members to each other. Says Zimmerman; "Only twice In 11 human history-oncc In Greece and once in Rome-has a laigc family syxtom approached a de- extreme as violent as ours." And ho goes on: Whi c tholr demoralization was a simple cxu-ovevt thing, ours Is hidden and "•Tho modern demorallzne marries, divorces and remarries n/1 In»ni- tum." titltlM Zimmerman, ,.' He seeks to Hccui'p an ethical sanction- church weddlng-for each new ||a«on. And ench new llnson Is announced nt the perfect and Ideal achievement to last unto eternity. Zimmerman says Mome few men nnd women aro carrying on the family system, hoping that which functioned In tho past will continue Ki prove effective. "Other*," hfc adds, "Dream of a world—In which the necessary children will be Incu-batcd and brooded like poultry." . ^ Bob Rath Leaves Local YMCA Staff T:ob Rath, Program Secretary of tho Y, has i-CHlgncd from the loca. y stuff, and will remain In the MUlwent. . . The local Y Pesonnel Committee l;i working on tho matter of flU- o- a lUUo Spitz dog whose master is in the Army— the collar Is just another collar But to the admiring kids In the neighborhood, it's the equivalent of [he Modal of Honor, became, on It's name plate is inscribed: "Whitey, for saving James see- '"whttey Avon the Connecticut Humane society's highest award for protoctlng Jimmy from a larger dog which attacked the boy and chewed him arm. Whltcy dashed to the rescue, got n death grip on the attacking dog's throat and hung on until a policeman arrived and took Jimmy to a Beacon Falls Correspondent, Thomas Fltzputrlck .Telephone 4368 '» Twenty-Two Receive Diplomas At Center Graduation Program In impressive ceremonies .held last night,. -Qt the St. Michaels Church hall, 22 students of.. Center school wore graduated. ••_.' The exercises, began with -the Matter Of Ppnus For Veterans Is Being Discussed . Hertford, June *>-< uP) -™ D ubiect.of.« Vptcm«- bonus ha- been brought up again-this time by the state legislative council. as considered the Danaher Predicts Republicans Will Control Congress Hartford, June 20-(UP)-Form cr United States Senator John A. Danaher predicts that a W""can-controlled .congrc 33 «-'-» be El The class prophecy- w«- delivered by Margaret Nancy Rau and Judith occs that if Whitey hadn't acted as he did, Jimmy might have been killed. Another Dop Decorated Stafford, Conn., June 20— (UP)— Seven-year-old Jackie Wells has been promoted to the second grade of borough elementary school, and so has his pet dog, Tippy. The teacher awarded Tippy a certificate of promotion for faithful attendance during tbo year. Ho never was late, or absent. When the list of promotions was announced, Tippy's name was called, just as If he was a regular pupil. Trotting beside his master, he went forward to the teacher's resk to receive his certificate, Then he 'strolled over to his favorite corner and enjoyed another nap. . . Rubber Company Has New Underlay believe then C. H. GREEN FUNERAL HOME 62 OAK STREET Telephone 4843 FLOWFRS ror All Occ»»lon» JCVBKYWI1KKK MELBOURNE'S FLOWER SHOP | 130 ItlTUIUClt AVI5NUE Tolophonc 0220 To help lesson accidents, around the home, United States Rubber company today announced o. ne\v type undcrlfiy that will anchor scatter rugs and runners securely to hlRhly polished .floors. • •The protective underlay is a sponge rubber cushion reinforced internally with a strong fabric. It la being made in 24 inch, 32 inch and 54 inch widths that can. bc cut to lit any size rutf or runner. Color is an attractive green. The now; matrcial will not only guard against slides and costly, painful tails caused by .slipping rugs but will also save wear on I rugs, the rubber company reported. I Other advantages aro that it can bc cleaned with a damp cloth and will not mark or stick to- the floor. It is also said to bc durable, mothproof odorless and sanitary. Known as U. S/Non-Slip, the underlay is being sold through rug dealers, floor covering shops nnd carpet and rug departments of department stores who K«ive a short address to the students, wishing them .all success in their future ventures. - . The farewell address was Delivered by ROBOV Evans, and was. fol-. lowed by an original dramatization which was given by all members of, the'class. Benediction was given, by Rev, Jerome Cook, pastor.of bt. MicTiders church. „,,„„,. Following a speech by the supei- vlsor of schools, Carl Bail-, Jr., the Star,; Spangled Banner was played to end the prcgram. ; '.., WILL CHOOSE AGENT Ansonla, June 20-(UP)-Em- ployes of the American Bross company at Ansonia will select a collective bargaining age" 1 within the next 30 days. They will detei- mme . whether to be represented by the-International Union or Mine. Mill and Smel-ter Workers, a C-I-O affiliate." ' An estimated 22,500 man-hours were required to build an average World war II bombing- plane. bo 'paid. Therefore, they' feel that such an amendment-. should' be Parted through the 'lo gtalatlv, = mill —if it is agreed -that a bonus should, be paJd. , , : .. .. legion Arranges Outing Saturday - Membera of the American Legion will enjoy' their annuar summer outing Saturday at the bury home of Mr.'-and Mrs. G. Lester ' Wlgglesworth. The party will start at noon and -continue' to 10 P ' James Farren. «s .chairman of the arrangements committee. , -The American people increasingly and properly: arc holdlns the- ad ministration -responsible *<»-.-il wasteful bungling •'and "<< . !nc °™ pctcnt /roismaringemont of the American system." On Withu the Dance . —but first . -••• " a photograph of yourself In the new gown—A full-figure portrait will be a bit different, something to. show your 'tr Portrait will be -a bit different, something to uhow your friends for weeks to come—and for your children to admire in later years. " JUST PHONE US — WE CAN COME OUT TO YOUR. HOUSE ANYTIME. TEL.-2342 NEARY BUILDING DESTRUCTIVE •• North Windham, Me,, June 20— (UP) — Fire has destroyed about 25 pleasure craft on Scbago Lake. Reportedly caused 'by an engine backfire the blaze swept four boathousos In less than, an hour. BABY BOTTLE STERILIZERS THE RUBBER FOOTWEAR MARKET is •. • '> • ' , ' f ' ' ; GREATER IN PEACE THAN IN WAR WOMEN WORKERS ARE NEEDED .... •'••••. •--- : At Tho . • • • - • • UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. , Footwear Plant Natigatuck , • Conn. Try N|WS Want Ads—they bring results :•>• *• ' ^ . —i 1— : •- : - BOD RATH InK tho Program Secretary position with tho aid of the State Oi- flco In New Haven. Mi-. Rath canin -jn the local stntr thr first purl of February of this your and wan working with the youth Kroup» in the general pro- t'l-urn field oC Y activities. ' ft Is hoped that his successor will' ho named In the near future. Why Not Give Her the finest.... * Wcilillngr nin«« , .. $55 to 33500 - • • . -;; •• Ejcclunlve At— _ PIERPONT'S Registered Jewelers, American Qom Society 159 BANK STBEET Aimed Right at the Boys Cotton quo shirt. White hack- ground with blue or brown stripes and solid colors. ¥1.45 - $1.65 Precisely *•"!- lorcd (T-abar- aine shorts In an assortment of colors. $2.«i - Clothes for Every Sporting Event In Your Summer Life From y«ars of experience we know what constitutes a man's summer wardrobe. Be assured that your every summer need can be filled here. Come in today. WE CARRY THE WORLD FAMOUS ADAM HAT Straw Hats - $2.55 Felt Hats - $6.50 and $7.50 WHITE and BROWN Ud WHITE SUMMER SiHOES $5.00 and $6.50 i" ar.. SUMMER NECKWEAR In New, BrlgUt, Summer Color*. $1 .00 _ $1.50 — $2.00 Cool Comfortable Clothes A blink of -the eyelids takes about one-fortieth of a second. For -Active Young Boys Cool cotton slack In a wide rajie of con»crva- tlvo color Boys' New Summer POLO SHIRTS Juat what he needs for his vacation. 100% all-wool swentcr. s, V neck. Perfect fit Color selection. $2.05 - J3.95 Boys' Washable SHORTS In many new summer colors, $1.45 $1.70 $1.95 $2.45 TRUNKS Form-fit trunks In wool and gabardines. - $1.05 -.$2.05 - $4.00 . (styled by Catallna) CHURCH ST Naugatuck NORWASH'S NEAKY ELDG >**•*+****»*•*** 162.CHUROH.ST., :.,„ .SAUfiATOGK,

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