The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on March 15, 1977 · Page 5
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 5

Atchison, Kansas
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Tuesday, March 15, 1977
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Plans Made For Investigation Welcomed To Japan Mental Hospitals (U P)--Thri nurned to J ( i commlttiK! tionn ha." in-ranged iinvm-ul hearing' ror r "' xt "''•'''''• '""•' sessions will '"•• cldM'id. Senator Cornelius F. Mulvlhlll of Bridgeport, chairman of thy commit"' 1 -' (innounciid that thu In- Vfsti^'ators w '" ""''•' with I hi: SU- w'.'nnti;ndi:ntM of thi: Connecticut Slut' 1 hospital of Mkldle'.'iwn. this •Norwich State hospital, *ind thu j/iilrfleld Htnte hospital of Nnw- to'wn, Thi 1 meeting will tin (it thi 1 Slate Capitol. Rent Controls Will Be Tested In Massachusetts Konton, July •'• (I.'l')--licrit eon- trols will rer.V'ivf th'flr fli'Mt rnnjor ti'iit In Mnssu'.'htiHetiM toMiiy. f.Jov- i-rnoi 1 'I'fihln Is sfiherluled to r«- cnivc '.he mimes nf two landlords who iilriifidy have collected mnt IncrtUKtes do.' his orcliir free'/In;,' r'-nts. Thi' ciiHi'H will In- turned river to iAtiorii' 1 !' C!cn''i;il Cljirenci 1 A, linrni'K f''i - invc-iiljfntlon. At tin 1 mi rriu tl"i» fi'.idilloniil rent vloln- ttcfiH v\'i i r»' rcjKirt'rtl to CjHli:iii|ji lhrouKh<iiil. Ni-\v lOiucl'iiul Mi'iinwhllf. muni rum chunt-i con- tlnin-il to c.i'll llii'lr tiiiiult; ul normal [irlcivi. Slight liicri'imi'M wi-n- dl.':''lo:-i'(| on MiKiif jr-jnil'i lull rnOMt pricrM rcniiiini'il nl. (JI'A Icvi'l.i. A llirri- cent ri-i" in inilU will )»• i'1'fi clivc in .N;-i;;:i.'i('hm-i't;:i Snndiiy whih- the Mule of henvy rri'iim him heen liiuinc'il In Ni-\v Miijor \vfM'ry nl' Hie nvi'i'-'iiv Ili'UMewit'e in fhe .llx-.sllil.i' arejl eoni.mueii In li^ Hf:ni-elty ol' MU|I plii'M Illl'l IIUl lllKll fil'I'VM. Men! whlli' |n ulli'y i-eriiiilneil Mimrre. Ati'illl. XV pl'l 1 ei-llt (if (he Innii'l- rllles In (In' I.'. .-!. |ieniiit iii.-.lull- iiienf [iMVli.i; ol' faxe.-i. Wlmn the S. S. Alnswortli docked In Vokoliunui, ,£1(11111, she drought In ,'fl^ wives and children of Army |.ersi)iini;l stutloned In the hind ol' tin 1 cJn-ri-y blossoms. M-Sjrt. I.uther liKKnuin mid his wife, Knth, (,t .lollet, III., are shown on the ship in hujijiy reunion, (Inti;r- iiiitlonal) What's Doing In Naugatuck A calendar of events for today, tomorrow and every day i.'isli iiiul flui'nu A:iHoclatlon Meet- I iui;, I'.oruuKh Court Koom. Aiuurkiun Ije(.;lo:i and auxlll- ;iiy reiiMlur incetiiuts. July ." " ci'lm;: of V1--W Military Ball ,Iuly II ilrliool l'.o:ird Min-tiruf. .Inly IH Rotary Club Conducts Forum i At tddny'H mt!i.'tlnf.' of the Rotary Club, .'i Hpcclul forum w;is held, I with all iittfiidln« mornbors par- I t|rl[iiitln;,'. Pri'Mldunt Juir.oM Klssane I I,',I thi: >:rtmp in the forum. i The luncluMjii was held at the YMCA. Ttii' i-fiuilt.i of the poll for the i most enjoyi.'d programs of the year ; were riiluused und arn ns follows: j rnslcle VV'n:ihinwtf>n, Jiop. Joseph E. i Tiilhot; rtoiisinir Himul Discus-lion, : nmmhi.'1'.i of the flub; Connecticut | Air I'lcttiri'. 1'^runcis Murphy; i [.c.dinH NlKht: Chariirs of Sweden, i Oiirad llnm, und the United Na| tiy Uulilii Gruenllold. | Mr. KiHsune, pru.sidi.'d ut today's iiie.'tin;-. ruiiiiton Glove: 1 , lust year's pi esiilent, turned his j^'vel ovur to [':'e.-di!ent ls'l«(in(;, ut wuuk's * Tlic"Jcep" pulls pluws, r.ecclcra nn<l iifhcr (tirin iinplcinciit'.; Cowl 5,M>() llv., liiuils ,S(Ki llvs. You din CI"(INS tiMvn (»r p,iscurc in fhc "Joc'p," A power iiikr-iifl to run your ci|uiprnvMC. (ioinv,...<><;i i how >i>iilc i l}'tlic"Jcc.'>" jnrt'iiils its ctisc. Council Asked To Consider Rent Control Bi!! SEE IT NOW AT \vii;i.vs-ovi';Ki,\M) DKAI.MIC KOK THIS AKI'JA LIBKRTY MOTORS, INC. llnrlfnrd, July nor Urilchvln lui.s nieetini' nl t-ht: 3 -(UP)—Govur- tvilled ii Mpucllil covei-nor mail" the o;id'.- eull af- number 21 llarrlsiin Ave,, off Kx Wiiterlniry I'l, •riiiiiii- Wiilei'hnr.v ;i-H,"ill" ieii Kvi'iiliij."! I'l'ffl I' O'CUii'U Sec Our Naugatuck Representative Mr. Albert DelGobbo JEEP ON DISPLAY AT MELBOURNE SERVICE STATION 32 Rubber Ave. Tel, 3420 iKislullvi! council in consldi'i- n. stutK rent control >>lll. The ter b twenty-three. Thbi Ofrler suspundsi thu stato l:iw providlnK for the clvlnw 01' notice to quit possM.iion of le;i:ied premises. It |irohll)lln the oviatlor, of n leiiniu who ri-fUHes to puy moru than OI'A level 1'fnt. Anothi-r meetlns h;i.i heen called for Friday ftfli-'i'-noon to discuss i Mtaif policies In regards to food Me:uiwhl!r, prlci 1 jum^is In the , .Mtato lire reported to bi* the ex- L'l'ptiiin riitluir than the rulo, Siutn Director Stanley Grille of the I'omiur OI'A conK-r;ituliucd rc- taller.i who luivo pledged them- •ii'lvri to hold the price line. ('riitc ' oxprufwccl doubts—-how- eve,- that the price lino cnn be held lifter present stocks arc depleted. G1VKX ASSIGNMENT Hnrtford. .Inly " ••(UP)—LIOU i ten- iint Colonel Herbert p. Welch has heen assigned :IH executive officer at the lllnth Infantry of tho -13rd division. Colonel Welch saw extensive service In the Pacific and twice received commendations. LINCOLN EQUIPMENT CO. IMC. 15 Leavenworth Street — Tel 5-0177 WATERBURY 32,. CONNECTICUT SAV; SHARPENING SERVICE Our new automatic electric machine will quickly sharpen any kind of saw:— BAND SAWS « CIRCULAR SAWS • CAHFISXTEB'S « IJUTCMKU'S SAWS • KUCK SAWS • VOWEH SAM'S • ON 1C ami 1-AVO MAN SAWS Band Saws Made to Order On Our New Electric Welding Machine! Any Size ! Quick Service! Low Price's! Gormley Pleads For Traffic Safety Over Holiday Police Chief John Gormley today announced that a seasonal traffic enforcement program will be In effect over the Fourth of July week-end. The program, he said, is In cooperation with the nationwide effort Being made by the national safety council to reduce the huge death toll which occurs annually at this time. "The poilco department is every citizen to- take special-'core to save lives and property," Chief Gormley said. He predicted that traffic will be unusually heavy d-urlng this year's celebration, when thousands who have foregone trips and vacations for flvo years stain to cutch up on their pleasure driving. "The 'long week-end, worn out tires qnd cars and a festive spirit will combine with more travel to make the Fourth this year a real time Of hazard on the streets," Chief Gormley further stated, "Let's make Naugatuck one place where the Fourth does not mean death to many of our residents, but a city dedicated to thanksgiving for the freedom we have fought "for." ERROR MADE; Providence, R. I., July 3—(UP) —An error has resulted in the loss of both front and rear stepa at o. Providence home. A workman produced an order for the removal of the stairs at the home of Umberto Tagliaferri. He then broke up the cement steps with a compressed air drill. After he finished his foreman arrived with the news that he had been Bent to the wrong address. Hartford Driver Forfeits Bond Manuel Santos, 881 West Boulevard, Hartford, forfeited a $25 bond, when he fulled to appear in Borough court this morning, on motor vehicle Jaw violation charges. Mr, Sfuitos was arrested Sunday by Patrolman Martin Gnrrick when he drove through th«> yellow light at the intersection of Main and Maple streets, and could not show a driver's license or cur registration when demanded by aPtroIman Gar- i-iclt. VACGATETCK NEWS (CONX.), WEDNESDAT. ,JUtY 3, Local Driver Given Nolle Joseph J. Canapcri, 20 of U Neugle street charged \»ith' violation of the rules of the road, had his case nolled without payment in Watcrbury City court this morning;, before Judge Charles R. Summa, 1 Mississippi was the most solidly runil state in 1940 with 80.2 percent of its population living under rural conditions. NEW CLASSES ; Write, Phone or Call for KWffTJuIletln < i •%tf%e«l« POST COLLEGE See V* for Vour . '• VACATION LUGGAGE Umbrella* Recovered, Kcpatrcd FISHERS; 111 & Main St., Waterbury : 5-1871 THE FUTURE confidence Ahe members of the National Association of Manufacturers have no intention of rocking the inflation boat—now or at any other time. If OPA is permanently discontinued, the production of goods will mount rapidly and, through free competition, prices will quickly adjust themselves to levels that consumers are willing to pay. The great majority of American manufacturers are determined to produce as much as they can, as fast as they can, to sell at the lowest possible prices. American manufacturers are also determined that such price increases as may be necessary will be only those fully justified by increases in wage and other production costs. * «Then, as production gets rolling again, supply will catch up with demand ... prices will be fair and reasonable to all... quality will be improved ... black markets will disappear ... and America will enter the period of prosperity that everyone has been hoping for. NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MANUFACTURERS For a Better Tomorrow for Everybody

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