The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on March 24, 1977 · Page 8
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 8

Atchison, Kansas
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Thursday, March 24, 1977
Page 8
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TA.GV, 8—NAUC.ATUCK NEWS (CONN.), TUESDAY, .IUT.Y 0, IfMfl Captain YMCA Drive Teams Pays Tribute To Saint Cabrini Rev. Karwacki Named Delegate To Convention Rev. Marion Kiirwackl of the SS Cvrll • and Mothodlus church in Hartford, a native of Nn.u(;atuck, has liunn. elected by ninmhui'H of thf> Pollnh Roman Cnthollc Union, Gioup 262, an u diilCRUtc to the nntiomU- convention of the union ;n Chicago September -0 -through October (5. 1'tcv. Karwucki wtm .kcttnl lit u mcotliii; held Sunday i.t the Polish National .home in Hartford. Three Hurt In Crash Of Helicopter i GUS SMOKE SHOP 102 North Main St. Union City Oils Xllnrnsz(;w.Hl<l, I'rop- W»> hiivo your fuvorlUi nitwn- paper, mngnzlno or other porlotllcnl. LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED A REPAIRED SANZERFS Klf^a 20 SAVINGS ST. DIAL ft-US.17 Bridgeport. July 9—rUP)—Three members of an Argentine fcovcrn- rnerH mission have been Injured in tt helicopter crash. They—and Pilot Robert S. Decker of Bridgeport—-•were taken to St. Vincent's hospital where their con- d~ion was not Immediately determined, Tho Argentinians were being Klven a demonstration ride in the S-Ol type plane which developed trouble lit twenty feet and crash landed, j MILTON LENT HAROLD PERRY GOVERNMENT SUKl'LL'S DUNGAREES TOTS MKN $1.49 HI/0* 20 to 'ID (Limited Quantity) NAT'S 410 North Main St. Union City TKL. U13« Too Late To 'Classify o ; o FOIJ SitLK—Two 600 x 30 retread itlrcs. New tread, good sldewalls. Address Box B. care of Ncwu. Weary Sore Feet Quickly Relieved This easy, simple way: riurniiiif cut feuti(M und hot, tirt'J feet cruiHo huurj of minifry and Jonu of wurk. Why vullur whrn ft*r only COc you can niijoy tho cuoliitXt conifortirnr tvllyf from J'ODOI, [-'(jot. Udli'f. It'll U LT'-IUIC'IUMH, ntJifnk'Hrt. moiiictilctl ointment (.hue cjtn ln> nuci.Hiitfi'tl !n In I hi; fi-ut at btHltlmu, Jt.-i quick nctiiin ntltiwrt for moru r*'«L- ful Hli-i'fi iut<l oOlck'nt work Uu* iiL-xt. day, Ck-t u 60u jnr nt Dnniiviiii'H rlmrmuoy, Nuiitfiiliii'fc Orur, mill nil k'iKitl drui; or u>i»i. NIOIVN, The drive to raise ,$0,000 for current! YMCA funds is being continued. Chairman William G. Boies of Hie financial committee,, announced today, Milton Lent and Harold Perry have been named captains of tennis to cover a special lint of prospective contributors, Granted Delay In Waterbury Munuel Ramos, 23, of 8 Pond strocc, uppeac'ad In W.iterbury City court yesterday morning, on charges of vialatlnp the rules of the I'oad. His case was continued until July 22. COV'T ANNOUNCEMENT Washing-ton July S (UP)—An attempt will bo made to boost production of homes for veterans by tho sulo of prefabricated houses. The government has announced it Is ready to guarantee the sale of tested prefabricated houses and new Building 1 materials to stimulate the veterans housing program. Housing- Expediter .Wilson Wyatt, who made the announcement, hopes I'J of aftUred markets -will spui- output this year and next. WORKERS NEEDED Calais, Maine, July. 9—(UP) — The Calais office of the Federal Employment Service in preparing a, special list or persons who will lie available for work In the blueberry harvest. A large crop is expected and scores of workers will :>e needed for packing in the blueberry factories. Before celebrating Mass In observance of canonization In Rome of Mother FranclN Xavier Cabrlnl, Francis Cardinal Spellmun kneels In prayer ut the altar crypt in the Chapel of the Mother Cabrini High School In Now York. The body of Mother Cabrini, first American Suint in tho Roman Catholic Church, Is entombed under the altar. (International) WANT NEW CONTRACTS Chicago July 9 (UP)—The CIO packinghouse workers have dispatched registered letters setting For your own reqi deep-down smoking enjoyment.. smoke that smoke of Fine Tobd€«o_ Wood «i«T«vin« by H, MeCormlck bu«d upon tho firlfhul «0 p&Intlnf Copyrttht JfrW, Tt- African Totwew Camfx \ QUALITY OF PRODUCT ' IS ESSENTIAL TO ^~*=**^-^ CONTINUING forth demands for new contracts with tho major meat puckers. The union's agreements with the industry's bi(f four—Swift, Armour, CUdahy and Wilson—plus contracts with several independent packers, expire August llth. ISTAILISHED 1S8J SOME WONDERFUL BOKAHARA SOFT FACE VELOUR FINISH COTTON FABRIC LOUNGE ROBES FOR MEN $7.50 A sensational price for these attractive well tailored robes in strikingly new and handsome pastel hues that drape comfortably from the shoulders with a pleasant tie girdle amid ships and an air of casualness and relaxation as an aid in the art of gracious living. It's a great robe to be seen in for your free hours, as well a smart robe to travel with. Two Appointments To Vets' Hospital Ncwir.gton, Conn., July 9—(UP)— Two Massachusetts doctors have been appointed to positions at the Veterans hospital at Newington, Conn. Doctor Paul Kunkel of j Broakline has been named chief of I internal medicine. Doctor Alfred i Hu;-witz of Boston has been select; ed as chief of surgical services. -To Save a definite portion of your Income, and Bristol Terrace Property Sold stick to it! More and more people arc learning- the value of planning for financial security. Build a reserve fund- protect your family with low-cost Savings Bank Life Insurance, a combination that will help yon face the fu-ture with confidence. TVe will help you work ouf'a plan. Six lots on Bristol Terrace have been sold by the Raydner Realty compnny of Waterbury to the Albert Baker. Construction company, also of Waterbury, according to .leeds filed today at the ofllce of Raymond S-t. John, town clerk. NAUGATUCK SAVINGS BANK 1870 tEVENTY FIFTH ANNIVERSARY I94S. ALL DEPOSITS FULLY GUARANTEED APPOINTMENT ANNOUNCED Hartford, July 9 (UP)—Harry 1,, Nair of New Britain has been named clerk of the state statute revision commission. Nair is expected to assume his new duties immediately. No salary has been set for the post. FATAttY INMURKD Boston, July 9—(UP)—Funera services will be held Thursday fo; a younpnstcr who died after being ?truck'.on the head by a «°lf ball Charles 1 P. Sullivan, Jr., was caddying at the George Wright Municipal Golf course when hit. He .vas.13 years old. ; See Us for Your I ! VACATION LUGGAGE J i ^ ; Umbrellas Recovered, Repaired } FISHERS I ! Ill S. aiain St., Watcrbury 3-1S711 WEDDING GIFT SPECIAL ELECTRIC PUISCOI.ATOBS with chrome, tray, sucnr and creamer, complete M. WOLFF S3 GRAND ST., WTBRV ACCIDENTALLY SHOT Hai-tford, - July 9_(TJP)_A 1-1.-ear-old boy who was shot accidentally while hunting rats is re- 'orted in eood condition at Hart- 'ord hospital. He is Howard C. ioyt, Jr., who was injured in both hig-hs when a companion was test- ins the safety device on a 22 cali- bre rifle. Returns From Rome Great Oak Farm OXFORD ROAD Tel. C049 PERFECTLY PASTEURIZED MILK and CREAM ItellTery To Ail I*ILHN nf NuurAtucJc § 10111) HOTTTT'C • TRISIK b i 10 Center St. Waterbury, Conn. < HEAVY CAST ALUMINUM S3.95 to $7.95 9 EDDIE'S Corner Spring & Diamond St*. GROCERIES - VEGETABLES FRUITS - ICE CREAM SODA FOUNTAIN SERVICE Free Delivery Tel. 4919 Edward Vlaskauckas, Prop. Tobacco heiress Dorln Duke, former wife of James Cromwell, is pictured an she- left the Customs office at LaGuardia Field In New 'York, after, her arrival on a Constellation plane. Listed as a journalist, Mi ss Duke had been abroad -more than two years, and spent most of the ..time In Rome. . (International) Highland Package Store 93 Highland Avc, — Tel. S983 Anthony Farrar, Prop. FREE DELIVERY All Parts of Nuugatuck Try NEWS Witnt Ad».— They Brine Renultn. DODGE SALES — SERVTCK Hotchkiss St. Garage 47 MOTCiutiss STREET -Tel. CT2T J. L. MAZIL.\USKAS, Prop. J Little Hof Brau 406 NORTH MAIN ST. "Al" and Vera Budrls, Propn. Dally Luncheons, Dinners • and A La Carte Menu Full Liquor License ! DANCING FRIDAY, t SATURDAY, SUNDAY J Open Dally Until 1 A. M. HttH DANCE Every Saturday Night 9 P. M. TO 1 A. M. »t ; DUFFY'S RESTAURANT WATER STREET MUH(C By The Vamout G. L TWILIGHT TRIO LESS COST — MORE COMFORT HEAT AUTOMATICALLY with FAIRBANKS-MORSE STOKER and RICE COAL It Foods Coal and Removes the Anhex Constant Heat — No Cold Spot* CALL US FOR A SURVEY The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 87 CHURCH ST. PHONE 5236

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