The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on March 7, 1977 · Page 5
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 5

Atchison, Kansas
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Monday, March 7, 1977
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Check Mover's Record Before Making That Move Ky DOROTHEA BROOKS I'nllrd Press International Summer brings a slower pace for most Americans, unless they are among Ihe thousands making a long-distance move. Summer is Ihe peak season for moves of all kinds — movers do about 60 per cent of their business during June, July. August and September — and for each family picking up stakes and moving from one region lo another the change of residence is a big step. Not the least is the physical move itself. Of chief concern is finding a long-distance mover who will get Ihe family's possessions from here to Ihere on lime and undamaged. "It's easy enough," according lo Mike Grey. 34-year-old president of Terminal Van Lines. Inc., St. Petersburg. Fla. "Ask to see a mover's performance report, which the Interstate Commerce Commission requires him lo provide." "Among other things," Grey said, "it will show how many nios'es the company carried out in the previous year, (he percentage made on schedule and the percentage of claims for damage. "Check a mover's rates, loo," Crey suggested. "Because all long-distance movers provide closely similar services most people think their rales musl be the same, but Ihis is not Irue." The way lo move without misery is to plan ahead, according to Grey. "Once you've made your choice of a mover, consult with him. "Establish dates on which ynu want your possessions picked up and delivered, remembering lhat a moving company is at the mercy of weather and traffic conditions. "The mover is the expert, so he can advise you on such Ihines as prc-move servicing of major appliances. If you want lo do your own packing, some companies will provide you with a booklet of instructions. If ynii want to skip the packing, (fie mover can do it for you." prohibited list are stocks, bonds, currency, jewelry and coins. lie offered (he following tips for families on Ihe move: "If you have children, ask a relative or neighbor to care for them on the big day — it's easier on the kids and on Ihe van crew. "After a box is packed, note the contents on the outside and Ihe room for which they are intended. Furnish the mover with a rough plan for the positioning of furniture in your new home. "Advise the mover if you are shipping something of extraordinary value — a musical instrument, for example. "Pick a company which guarantees to advise you of Ihe move's cost BEFORE you leave your old home. "Try to be present during unloading at your new residence. Have ready for the van operator a certified check, cash or a money order covering the cost of your move." Grey, who knows the business from Ihe road up — he started as a 7-yearold. nulling nails out fif packing crates so Ihe wood could be re-used — is keenly Did it ever happen lo you? aware of the highly personal You're about to have a summer relationship which exists be- parly, or your daughter is due to Iween Ihe family being moved be married soon, or you're on the and Ihe van operator, who is committee organizing a dinner to Ihe on-the-spot representative honor a fellow employee. of Ihe moving company. He To ease the lask of making commented: arrangements, you decide to go "All ot a sudden, here's this (» a hotel's director of catering or THE FUTURE NURSES CLUB of Naugatuck High School held Us annual award dinner Wednesday evening at Forlin'c. The 1976 award winner was the club president Anna Soares. She will utiihe thel2Maward toward her education at Quinnlplic College. Pictured left to right are Maureen Molball, treasurer; Mrs. Marilyn Shaw, advisor; Anna Scares, president and award winner; Mrs. Mary Scares; Janet Webb, vice-president; and Eugenia Sadlowski, set relary. (NEWSpti oto by New man) A Pro Tells How To Avoid VFW Ladies Receive A wards In Hartford an! finally^ ™^L? fine excellent driver, strong-man and diplomat. Thc average roundtrip from Si. Petersburg for a van operator of Grey's company is 1ft lo 14 days. In line with modern practice, the wives of several operators accompany and assist their husbands. What should Ihe family When you object to the price, saying it was really more lhan you had intended lo spend, the caterer looks you straight in (he eye, and says something 'like, "Well, we on panics in their facilities, and At the regular meeting of Past Presidenl Mrs, Helen Niski. good ones will usually be willing Crusader Ladies Auxiliary lo Anyone needing a ride for Ihe to give you a tour of their kit- Post 1W6 VFW Past President hospital visit should call Hospital chens and let you sample the Nina leronimo, who was chosen Chairman Mrs. Miriam Bilcz or fare. Always ask friends and Ihe V.I.P. President of the Year the President Mrs. Evelyn check references. 1975-76 at the State VFW Con- Strode. Start your checking well in vcntion in Harltord, lold of how President Strode would like to advance, not only to make sure proud she was when chosen VIP remind members if Ihey know of you get Ihe best possible deal to President and thanked all her anyone who is sick or a death in meet your needs, but to insure chairmen and members for the family of a member to con- that the party can be held where making it possible. Uct her or Chaplain Mrs. Winnie you want it when you want it. The awards presented were as McCulloch. Many events are booked months follows: first place, The next meeting will be held in advance, and at prime party Rehabilitation, Mrs. Winnie on July 15. Mrs. Viola Rek was times, you face additional dif- McCulloch; second place appointed chairman ol the ficully. Legislative, Mrs. Rose Hook; Plan your menu carefully, first place, Safety-Drugs, Mrs. Check with your director of Rose Hook; Citation for Historian /~\iA catering for specialties which Book, Mrs. Hose Hook; second ^"U company and active in its daily operation until his death at 81 in 1973. Grey recalled his grandfather lelling him of a weQkrlijnE run in t J92iJ, .camping nut oversight. aptl,,hauljng .(he. possessions of 1 a--'Michigan man lo Florida. <, r ,, His goods filled Ihe van lo rapacity, and he had to choose Mween sending a desk or his Great Dane. He opted for (he flop, making thc van a roadside sensation, because the king-size r#t was tethered to one of thc most prominent parts of the vehicle — Ihe tailgate. Orey pointed out lhat the Federal government no longer allows household movers to transport animals. Also on the might accent your party, but buy place National Home, Mrs. Aline /mmi/ii for your attendee;. They might Reale; Citation for V.O.D., Mrs. "'""/ not all be gourmets, and some Ruin Wood; first place, Youth CdYirl\lf\Pt will undoubtedly be on a diet. Activities, Mrs. Ruth Wood; first v - /u " t - t uueii Remember lhat while a bulfet place Publicity, Mrs. Nicky saves time and allows for dif- Andersen; Citation, Cancer Aid ferent eating habits, it will cost and Research, Mrs. Nicky An- lop dollar because of Ihe need for dersen; over-production of food. Ask for Progra comparable buffet and sitJown first pi service prices. Evelyn Slrode; Cilation for Determine in advance how you Loyalty Day, Mrs. Evelyn will be charged for the meal Slrode; Slate Citation for function - signed guarantee, Community Service, Mrs. Helen collected tickets, quantity — End Nj s kj. NAUGATUCK NEWS (Conn.) Manila) 1 , June28, J97« — Page S Music Mountain Opens 47th Season-July 3 The Berkshire String Quartet under Colin Davis* with Ihe opens (he 47lh season al Music Boston Symphony al Mountain in Fails Village, Conn., Tanglewood.she will perform the Saturday, July 3 at 3 p.m. with a Brahms German Requiem with new violist, Harold Klalz, and the Detroit Symphony and the two oulstanding guest artists, Bach B Minor Mass with the Susan Davenny Wyner, lyric Buffalo Philharmonic, soprano, and Yehudi Wyner, In (he spring of 1977 she will piano. join Ihe Toronto Symphony as The all-Beethoven program soloist, then appear with the San includes the String Serenade Francisco Symphony under Seiji Opus 8, Irish and Scottish songs Oiawa and later at Carnegie Hall with Piano Trio, and the "Ar- with Ihe Buffalo Philharmonic chduke" Piano Trio Opus 91. again, this time under Michael First violinist Urico Kossi and Tilson Thomas, cellisl Fritz Magg, veteran Recently Mrs. Wyner was seen members ol the Berkshire on national television with the Quartet, will be on hand to BSO, with Seiji Ozawa con- inaugurate the new season of 12 ducting. The world premiere of a concerts that will feature the new song cycle by Elliott Carter Five Piano Trios by Johannes which she performed at Hunter Brahms. Second violinist Giro College will soon be recorded by Sambuco, who will be playing at Nonesuch Records. She has also Music Mountain this summer on recorded "Intermedia," a new leave from the New York piece written for her by her Philharmonic, will be unable lo husband. She will premierethis join the Quarlet until the second work in February at New York's concerl, July 10. Tuliy Hall. Harold Klatz Mrs. Wyner has enjoyed great Klalz comes to the chamber success in lyric operalic music festival in Connecticut repertoire, including such roles from Chicago where he was a as Mimi in "La Boheme," the member of the Symphony Or- Countess in "Marriage of chestra for three years. A Figaro" and the Wozzeck graduate of the University of "Marie." Wisconsin in his native state, he j Gifted Composer has performed as principal Yehudi Wyner is equally gifted liolisl with the National Sym- no! only as a performer and phony, Ihe Dallas Symphony, teacher but also as a composer. A Lyric Opera of Chicago and graduate of The Juilliard School, Grant Park Orchestra. For he holds degrees from both Yale thirteen years he was a member and Harvard. He has received of the Festival Casals Orchestra numerous honors and prizes, in San Juan, Puerto Rico. including a second Guggenheim Besides serving on the NBC Fellowship this year and a grant staff in Chicago for several from the National Endowment years, Klalz has taught at Nor- for the Arts, thwestern University and Ihe Chairman of the Composition University of Southern Faculty at the Yale School of California. Music for three years, he is Husband-Wife Team himself a prolife composer, with Both Susan Davenny Wyner more than Iwftity-five works to and Yehudi Wyner have at- his credit, traded wide attention as per- Wyner's wide experience with formersand are much in demand, chamber music makes him much at major music centers. They are at home at Music Mountain an enjoyable and to,), scheduled to appear later \vhere he and his wife have fun-filled year of scouting, Cub t j,- is sumraer as soloists at always found an enthusiastic Pack No. 109 held its final pack Tanglewood where Mr. Wyner budience. refreshment committee by President Strode. No. 109 | firmly as possible A national citation , for out- KOMASSKl Fourth child Frans- van of catering at the Hyatt Regency .Cambridge Hotel opening this August in Cambridge, Mass., calls it the "intimidation factor" second son, Daniel Joseph, lo - the way a caterer, or any sales Mr. and Mrs. Richard person for that matter, can Romanski, Foster City, Calif., subtlely imply that to "really do .,_ n... .. jj^g)^,, you havelo spend more than you want to. "It's a time-tested gambit," of this past year as a great year for Pack No. 109, everyone who attended enjoyed the good food, games and good company. Awards presented during the evening were: Bob Cat — Mike becoming one of America's most Public Radio's Recital Hall extraordinary and versatile series. Through a grant from the sopranos. During Ihe 1976-77 National Endowment for the season she will appear three Arts, last season's concerts will times with the Cleveland Or- be made available beginning clieslra Besides singing Ibe June 26 to more lhan 90 NPR standing Community 'chairman Smolkis and Doug Morrow-; Wolf" awa^r'oiem-MissaSolemms^ ststfohs'^'croiS the owfcttyy • •*" -.-•.-. '.. •:•-... — Keviirafamkoasky arid Mark-".!' ' '!«in ,.n . J:'The~ f fio~iJ 3ffige ''atA Music , , ., on June 17. Mrs. Romanski is Ihe former Carmel Cresci. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Chester Romanski, Naugaluck, and Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Berkhout says, "but a good Cresci, San Francisco, Calif.; great-grandmother is Mrs. Kalherine Maniscalco, San Francisco. We have it on high authority that sharing the ride is a very good idea. II made sense to Noah. And it still holds true today. Sharing the ride with just one other person can cut your commuting costs in half. Think about it. Share the ride with a friend. It sure beats driving alone. caterer — someone who wants your business again — just won'l do il." Born in Amsterdam, Berkhout was trained for the hotel industry' in The Hague, Netherlands and joined the Hyatt Corporation at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco in 1973. Prior to joining Ihe Hyatt Regency Cambridge in February Ihis year, he was director of catering at the Winston-Salem Hyalt House. "It's not impossible to have a wedding or summer party catered within a budget," he says. "The trick is lo know how much youhave tospend, and then lo ask thc right questions." Berkhout says there arc good caterers (or almost any budget, and notes that with a litlle time and patience, and a few basic guidelines, you can almost always insure quality fare at a reasonable price. Berkhout's recommendations: Know what you can spend and what you want. The more information you can Initially provide to the prospective caterer, the more likely you will be lo get a package lhal falls within the limits of your budget. Don't pick your caterer blind. When you attend a successful party, find out Ihe name of Ihe director of catering if it's in a hotel, or Ihe company name if il's a commercial caterer. Some caterers will allow you to look in was presented to Mrs. Helen Dccidehowbevcragescrviceis «j s ki. First place award for lo be set up. Service can be 'sold Bicentennial Mrs. Nina leronimo by the drink, by the bottle, or by and a citation for Hospital Work the person. In some hotels a flal ( 0 Mrs. Miriam Bilcz. rate includes waiters, bartenders Personal awards were given lo and service. In others it covers Nicky Andersen, Rose Hook and only the cost of Ihe liquor. If Miriam Bilcz. All trophies and you're looking to cut corners, plaques awarded were given to slick to standard drinks — the chairmen who worked so hard Scotch, bourbon, vodka, gin, rye, for their programs, wines, beer-and let your guests Cash awards were given to Ihe do without Cuba Libres. Store Auxiliary on behalf of the safety- brands could save you money, frug program and the Bicen- and if you buy liquor by the bottle ienntal Program, from your caterer, take home all jijj. Rose Hook, presented the opened but unfinished hollies, M rs Nina leronimo, past stale law permitting. You've paid president, her Historian Book, for them. Mrs. Nicky Andersen was in- Be sure to consider well in stalled by Mrs. Miriam Bilcz — advance Ihe number of in- boH, are ^ presidents of the dividuals altending and such Auxiliary, factors as room size, number and coming events are: a dance in size of tables, how many can be September, a card parly in Oc- seated al a lable, whether or not i 0 ber, a case of cheer fund raiser you will need head lables, f rom November lo December, reception areas, hospitality The Country Store held at Ihe last suiles, coat rooms, audio lnree meetings will continue for equipment or additional parking. ^ next two meetings. Your directs of catering should Mrs Am Lokiteswas reported be able lo supply you with Sc k and a patient al St. Mary's diagrams of room layouts wilh Hospital. Also on the sick list and capacities and offer suggestions a pjijo,! j n u^ same hospital is to insure the comfort ot your Mr E<Jward Niski, husband of guests. St^er; Bear - Fran Evon; t^A^^".^ „,„,„„ Silver Arrow — Rocky Brodeur, Tom Messier, Dwayne Begin and Ricky Smolkis. Cub Scouts going into Ibe Weblos' are Paul Meleshnig, David Fercelli and Ricky Smolkis. One Year Pins — Ricky Smolkis and Paul Meleshnig; Denner — Glen Garafano; Assistant Denner — Pal Wagner. Mr. Tom Horan was on hand to accept Steve Ijmd into Boy Seoul Troop No. 109. A special award was presented to Scott Garafano by Den 111 for his help throughout the year. Special recognition was given to Ihe six recipients of Ihe Pamili Dei awards; much hard work was put inlo this by the boys and their parents. Many thanks are extended to all who gave their time and effort for the Pack throughout the year, for those who donated for raffles each month, for all who helped make the Ecumenical Retreat at Camp Mattaluck the huge success it was, and loall the boys for being such good scouts. The Weblos Den will conclude the season with a trip to Lake George, New York. While there they will lour Ft. William Henry, Ihe Lake Champlain Barge O'Dormell, Ernie Froelickand Ed Hicock will accompany the bo\s on Ihe trio. _^^__ al 10 a.m. For information, call (203) 624-7128 or, evenings only, (203) 86S-2M6. r COUPON I- -; « COUPON MUST BE PRESENTED • DRY CLEANING SPECIAL I MIX OR MATCH ANY COMBINATION | "Lay out everything on paper ,,, , I/Tit//" 1 X lc and have a clear idea of what to WaiSf'DUt'y I rYC/iCanal,swimir,LakeGeorge,hike ex-peel," Berkhout says. "One element forgotten or overlooked can sometimes mean the difference between a successful function and a flop. "Find an individual who pays attention to details,whoasks a lot of questions about your needs, and who designs his package accordingly, and you're like !o have a successful party. You'll know it's veen good if there weren't any surprises." & Vj^lhen yo'j'll lik< f guardsman P CMHIKt POUSM [Mf TO USE CARLSON'S Naugatuck 729-2251 CardofThanks Irene \VHtig would like lo thank all her friends for Ihe cards, gifts and (lowers she received while in Ihe hospital. 1NMEMORIAM June 28,1975 In Memory of our beloved sister, Helene Henog Grimm. June Johnson and Margrct Henog some Adirondack mountain trails, spend seme time it Gss Light Village, and on the way home stop' at Saratoga National Park, where the baltle lhal has Registration is still being ac- k™ called "the turning point of copied for Intro. Typing class at Ihe Waterbury YVv'CA. Classes will be conducted by Mr. Rajmond Judd, who has in- struded al the YW for many years. These classes will run for six weeks in succession beginning June 28. Both morning and evening classes are available which includes Tuesday through Thursday, 9 -10:30 a.m. or 10:30 12 noon and evening Monday through Thursday 7 • 8:30 p.m. For further information, please contact the YWCA al 7M-5136. Dresses, Suits, Coats, Sweaters, , Skirts, Slacks, Trousers, Drapes, , Spreads, Raincoats, Toppers, \ Jackets, Etc. i Coin Opeiated i DRY CLEANING i SPECIAL i 8 to. '2.00 i I | PROFESSIONAL CUANIHG A150 [Presto Cleaners i i and Laundry Hurt* Mem St.__^^L_ FULLY ATTENDED, OPEN I DAYS | .a.. S«T.»IOI I ARLINGTON, Va. (UP11 Actor Peter Uwford, whose previous wires included a sister of Ihe late President John Kennedy, was married for a thin) lime Friday. P.Fitzpatnck Graduates Cum Laude Polly Fitzpatrick, daughter of Blanche and Tom Filrpatrick, recently graduated^ from Fairfield University cum laude with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Lawford, 52, married Debo- Biology, nh Gould, a 25-year-old Miami Polly plans on enterinj woman, in a brief civil graduate school in January. Sht ceremony. H was his third had allaincd first honors for marriage and her first. every marking period whil Lawford's previous wives attending Fairfield University were Patricia Kennedy and and was instrumental i Mary Rowan, daughter of crganmng the Fairfield U. girls comedian Dan Rowan. swim team. tftmati EVERYWHERE YOU LOOK... BEAUTIFUL BRIDES AND GROOMS LOVE OUR HAIRSTYLES Body perm and precision cut combine to bring it all off...lend staying power between salon visits. 53 OAK ST., NAUGATUCK 729-2246 HOIS Tue.-Thii[,Sal. 9 To 6 P.M FRIDAY'S Til 9 P.M. TUESDAYS • WEDNESDAYS • THURSDAYS Call For ftpt. 729-2246 Tues., Wed., Thursday Soft Body Wave '10 complete

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