The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on February 22, 1977 · Page 6
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;f AGK ^Atrr.ATUCK NEWS (CONN.), THURSDAY. .TTUNE 20. IBM Unemployment Compensation On Decline • • The amount of unemployment -compcmuition being paid in tho nroa hn« greatly docreft.Hod, accord- )ng to a report from tho Mate un- .employment compensation dopmt- m in a weekly t-pport the department lint* »n U per cent tl«.crnft«n of compensation piild this week ovor laid week; 13 per ci.rvt In An- aonla and 20 j>ur cent in Now Mll- •• The total number of veterans oliilmH In tho WjiU'i'bury area now • tnnclH lit 2.2HI, • A Hfildlei' u««» fibout 2 1-2 pounds of HOIIP per month. Planning To Feed World's Hungry In Year 1947 (By United Press) Representatives of 10 nations meet In Washington today—to lay pltin.i for feeding the world's hungry next year, Tho delegates will begin creation of an International emergency food council to replace the combined food hoard, But two of the world B Dirge food producing countries are not iixpectod to sit In on the talks. Officials say Russia and Argentina haven't replied to Invitations to ntlorul tho meetings—presumably bncHii.10 they already have agree- mnntu between themselves on the food question WATEBUUIiY 1 So. Main St. 45 W. Main St. NAUGATUCK 356 Church St. 21 S. Main St. SAVE at Ohe used to pay *15 for a permanent— /'/l|;l(li Kinn'U «/ iVelO Mil/OrS Now she gives herself a 7 •wave at homo l^?^' 7 * CHIMC COLD WAVI ORIGINAL CAMPANA BALM for Chapped Dry Skin Reg. SOc SALE 39C Zinc Oxide Ointmani (oz.) . . . 11c tube Boric Acid Ointment (oz.) . .. 11c tube PERSPIRING FEET Get Quick Relief With Dr. Scholl's Foot Powder 31c new or iu;h» Soothe Tired Feet With Dr. Scholl's Foot Balm 31c Salem Nelct 2 Pays Deaths Occur In towell,lass. '•*:;.. ody Vendeahas T.SSO,. polus' was iound hanging from * waterplpo in the . cellar of his rho e. 73 years old. struck' by in auto while crossing; operations Grammar Sidhool (Continued from Pago One) _ ^Tialem School pupils, Barbara jane Burtnelt,- .Virginia- Louise Canaperl. Marilyn Jane Carlson, John Roger . Currier, Margrotta lev , Jane Rent/.; Prospect-St. i Mychnskln and Patricia Ol- son; Central .Avenue, Augustine Lawrence [. Asr.rlzs'.o,. Theresa Ann Konkl arid Mild rod Isabel!. Taylor, i -T.rophyH\wlll .be presented to St. Francis' parochial school for bas- ketbftjl, „ and to Salem school,, for baseball, ' . , ; • The .exercises, will close~'wJth the .graduates and audience singing "America" and the orchestra piny- Ing. '"Progroso March," by DC LamatcV. - Soldiers' use twice as much soap- Half of Soviet RuDsla's physi- os civilians. cians nrc women. To MaKei Vdfefs ^"T; Tomorrow Afternoon Tomorrow afternoon • from 1 tojj ' o'clock. Daylight Saving Time, MR town clerk and board of; «dectJ m$n will sit to make voUra'.Jn tb'« town hall. Resident* of the bof*-' ouRh for six month* and ntata fot one year arc eligible to become voters. " '< Donald Bradford Named (Continued fiom Pago Ono)_ ~ve '» short address 'to thestu- lentB and parents of the g™duat- nu' •rtuclents. following which, he pro.icn.ted the diplomas, scholarships, and awards. Scholarships Scholarships were awarded to the following students. Donald Roh- nt Raytkwlch, highest ranking student, was awarded the Naugatuck High School Scholarship of $100, the Julia S. Whlttemorc prize for the highest ranking boy In English, $90, and tho American Legion Scholastic Medal. George Biirwfck W/ilmot, the Naugatuck High School Scholarship $100, and the Pepsi-Cola Certificate of Merit Scholarship. Victoria Dulepski. tho Naugatuck High School Scholarship, S100, and tho American Legion Scholastic yindal Phyllis Juno Rood, tho Wll I'ia'm H, Dyer Scholarship, and to Lillian Mary Quirke, the Howard B. Tuttlc Scholarship. A new scholarship was awarded hy tho Rotary Club at .this year's giwluntlon. The scholarship Is named the Albert A, Jones Scholarship, and IB named in honor'of Albert A. Jones, who was killed in •iction, In the service of his country, This prize was awarded to Kenneth Arthur Leach. The Julia S. Whittcmorc English prl'/o was awarded to Irene Elizabeth Kuraitis; ' the Good Citizenship certificate awarded to Margaret Helen Baldwin, and the Bausch and Lomb Honorary Science Award to Edith Julia Edwards. , Following the presentation of trie scholarships, the trophies for this year's athletics wore presented. Co-captains Ralph Damlano and Vln Hcaiy accepted .the Valley League Championship trophy for basketball, and Captain William N a t o w ! c h accepted the Valley League trophy for baseball. Following a scries of selections by the. Senior Boys' Choir, the exorcises wore ended by the farewell lukli'css being delivered by Donald Rnytkwlch. The orchestra then ilayocl "America" and the -recessional began, as they ended the evening playing the world famous pjr.Ufical March, by Mendelssohn. AWARDED FRIZE into Suffolk cana-1 while playing, Blue Cross Rates Advance Sept. 1 Now Haven, June 20-New rates and .'.benefits for Connectlcu s BOO.OOO' Blue. Cross members wHJ into effect September . 1. It was New Haven, June 20—(UP)—Yale university's newly-established Engineering association prize has been •awarded 'to Donald R. McGregor -it Sprlnpfleld, Ohio—a Navy V-12 trainee. The prixc, established only three months ago, was given to McGregor for all-around excellence n achievement. McGregor will receive his bachelor of engineering degree nt Yale's commencement exercises next Tuesday, noovEK wn^i- REPORT Washington, June 20—(UP)—Former Preulcnt Herbert Hoover will report on food conditions throughout the world to President Truman .-.luring the clay. Hoover Is Just hack from South America, where, he nays, ho found unexpected back- Ing for Ihe fight against famine. ...ary om! only, and he will mako .1 formal one later. About 17 per cent of the U. S. i-ice crop Is grown In Arkansas. TV en t St-iitc LJIIIVUI.JI *-j — - " ccufcaUon d< at I Ohlo"stat° University, where he received his Ft) - L) - ^° '" ing the U. S. Rubber Co. In ^J.™^ Wmifmaport"Ts P'' od « c ^° ^"tuck visor, he transferred to Naugatuck Chemical In 1943 and ^e,:^' 1 . 8 . assigned . to the Industrial Relations department at .Institute. He returned to the educational field last fall accepting- an assignment ai the University of Rochester. He IB 'now resuming hia association with the U. S. Rubber Co as .training director for.the Naugatuck Chemical and Synthetic Rubber plants. MATr 7 ASK~TAY BOOSTS Omaha, Nebraska, June 20—(UP) —The C-I-O United Packinghouse Workers of America intend to make new wage and hour demands in behalf of their 200,000 members Ion August lllH. The plans have ! been revealed by a union spokes| man, Patrick. Katica, who says the demands will include a $l-nn-hour minimum wage, union shop and checkoff, and a guaranteed annual wage based on 52 weeks. EXECUTIVE'S STATEMENT Boston, June 20—(UP)—An executive of the General. Tire and Rubber company says American motorists will receive about $4,000,000 fewer tires this summer tnan scheduled. Vice-president • L. A. McQueen reported that wheat intended for the manufacture Of syn : thetie rubber has been redirected to UNRRA. FATALLY BURNED Bar.gor, Mo., June 20— (UP)— A 58-year-old invalid is dead after being trapped by flames In her second story .Sanford street .apartment Mrs. Kathurlne Buxton suf- fci-od fatal burns while her56-ycar- okl husband was hospitalized in ciuical condition from smoke inhalation and burns. APPOINTMENT MADE Hartford, June 20—(UP)—Colonel Harry W, Generous of East Hart- foi'd has been given a temporary appointment as manager of Brad- icy Field- at Windsor Locks. Later the job, which pays at least $5,000 a year, will be filled by merit examination. Generous Is also chief 1 of tho Connecticut Air National Guard. ment was based on the 30 of trie Plan's member hospitals had signed new agreements to pro- vfdo care and service for Blue Cross members. BOY DBOWNED . Now London, June 20-(UP)-An outing of a graduating class has ended '.tragically. Fifteen-year-old Frank N"Sentfill ofWatcrfordwa* accidentally drowned while swimming at Miller's Pon d - Two claas -mates who attempted his rescue nearly were dragged down with him...; JAP niET MEETS Tokyo. ..Juno 20— (U P)— Emperor Hirohlto has convened tho open- Ing sc»lBOn of Japan's newly-elected diet-with a one-minute speech. The diet meeting was* boycotted hy Communist members. Htronito. called on the diet members to pass t)»e proposed new constitution for Japan' and to okay a new budget and other, important bills. DESTRUCTIVE FIRE Putney, Vt., June 20 — (UP) — Damage is being set at $100,000 following a fire that swept a brick building housing Putney's chief | Industries. Aid was called from two nearby communities as the blaze started in the dryer of a' paper-making machine and spread .throughout the building. '• RECEIVES DISCHARGE Ronald L. Loyer, Seaman, 1-c, 185 Andrew avenue, was discharged yesterday,'from the Naval Sopara : tion Center, at' Lido Beach, Long island. • Area of the Atlantic ocean Is about 41 million' square miles- or. one-fifth the globe's surface. It comprises three-tenths of the' water surface of the earth. COMPENSATION William J. Harvey, Seymour, was awarded ?30 weekly compensation for 12.'G weeks, to be paid by the U. S. Rubber Company in Naugatuck, by Compensation Commissioner Harry Krasww, in Waterbury recently, Mr. Harvey suffered a 20,per cent loss of function of the right middle and ring fingers after an accident at work July 30, last year. COMING HOME Tokyo, June 20—(UP)—U. S. Ambassador Edwin Paulcy and his Investigation party will arrive In Japan this afternoon for a two-day stay. Pauley is on his way back to Washington after .an inspection -of conditions in the Russian- occupied zone in Korea. BINGO i Tomorrow Night ! And Every Erldny Night 8 O'clock St. Michael's Church Beacon Falls, Conn. Baby Carriages Regular $33.98 $22.98 See Wutcrbury's larffcat Kiddy •Furnltiiro Display on our Soc- [ond Floor. BENSON'S 130 SOUTH MAIN ST. Waterbury At FREEDMAN'S •*••*•" ......<.».<« ffft-f-f-ffffff in Liiiuicl. CORNS, CALLCJUStS, BUNIONS "I LOST 32 IBS.! WIAM S1I« '« AOAIN" Onun ISO U»., Ml" 1 H»ynolil« I""' / wol«ht *o-l<l./ «'ih AYUM Vim- min Cnmly llwlunlnii l'l»n. Now 'i ' ™ fait Ur. ScllOlll /.inn-pilUJ. r.iontlv remove corns, ealloujn. ATHLETE'S FOOT, ITCHING TOW nl{kl>ireticvd(lwlliOf.Sclinir« .'lvM. Killj lunni. »'<!» heahnd. I.iqutO i>r ointment. .... ....... hi> hnil ft IHMlel'ii IlKuro, \ our r\ ico niny or nmy not I* ""' lull trv tliln ciwii-r r«l«oll!K pl.t,. Vl'i >'"•! /'«« | Rnulit or niuuoy tnvok. You MUST Have In fliiilcnl i mctUcnl dootorn itmrnthnn [wruonnlnut 14 lo 15 tvnituU nvcrmic In nf«w woekii with the AVDS viinmln tlnnOy No thxi\(lv*a. Xo ilriiicV l''J« plonty- Yovi don't, out - out ItlOAlrt, poCnlf**, OtO» . vtm J llHt ' (rat lh<™ lluwn. Himpln wlirn you •»• ,illov <|«U«toi» AVON Vlumin Cnmly Mor« mwl.. Only 13.38 lor 00 <lnv«' lupolv. White Hat HINKLE'S PILLS, tOO's CASGARA SAGRADA Ws FOR VACATION! ! M. Froedmnn Co. Millinery Department is all nspai-klc with . WHITE HATS for the coming vacation— piques, straws and linens that will add h plamour touch to any hot weather costume for dress or sports wear. Excellent choice of styles. 24s—59s 90'i-$1.96 |( 180's-s3.53 ONJjAlDAY mmmmmmmmammmOmmmmmmm B COMPLIX VITAMIN Tablttt. Naugatuck, Conn 19:1-199 Church Street TOPPERS These short coats which come in all pastel shades, blacks and checks — are a must for your summer wardrobe. ~ , Sixes 10 lo 44 SPECIAL 8.30 34.90 Sale On All SPRING COATS and SUITS - 191-199 CHURCH STREET NAUGAT,UCK,CONN. ~ _ At FREEDMAN'S VACATION NEEDS BATHING CAPS 59c to 79c BEACH ROBES $5.98 to $10.98 r ^ r ^ r * fr rr~r*-f ••••*'**' BEACH BAGS $2.98 to $3.98 LADIES' DEPT. " "Gaiitner" and "Lcc" SWIM SUITS .. .$4.98 to $12.98 1 and 2 PC. Styles. Sizes 32 to 4<3 PLAY SUITS .i \VITH SKIRTS TO MATCH $7.98 to $19.98 Midriff Suits $3.49 to $10.95 mt* r vfri**f*»*'» r + r + §7.98 to $16.98 tn '**<*•*"•*•***"****** Shorts, Pedal Pushers, Slacks and Jodphurs V $1.98 to $10.98 .-Sport Shirts $1.49 to $3.98 Summer. Skirts $2.98 to $3.98 Halters-Midriffs. .$1.00 to $2.98 Sun Back Dresses $4.98 to $10.98 f+r*+*r+* ML. •** 191-199 CHURCH ST. J&r. NAUGATUCK, CONN.

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