The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on April 1, 1977 · Page 3
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 3

Atchison, Kansas
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Friday, April 1, 1977
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Meat Comes Back On The Hook H Naugatuck Savings Bank Names Ralph Tucker Corporator *>.<»i-ii W f"/-!-/"-. along 1 with Donald L. McCollum, was named .a a iiuw corporator of tho Nau- fmtuck Savings bank, at -the annual meeting of the organization 1'huisday. *^^rJ^J*^^ Womeh's Activities-Personal and Social ii Only a d-w day.s lifter expiration of tlic OI'.A, n im;iil (wifltlnir plant in iliii; VurU Nlinws lots nf mi'iit on the hook iiKiiin, lint at prlcus above iT felling. Meat (IciiliTH declared Incoming .shipments were Ket- lii'iivlf-r dully with u furthi-r Incri'iisc cxpccti'd. (International) On The Air Tpday 11:1.1 .V- iv f l.ivi 11 10 Hi., (iirl.i WKAl-'-WTIi'-- Till, TM»? WATI:-W.IK l:..rk.sMf, !••••! Wull— Ji.n:\tliiin 'rrliiilili., ]/:l,*> M. in. \.H III .III'//. ,^.-1 ,.»MIIl|i.' 111:1)0 n, in, MJMI.T.V I'r ur III,.- Mr 111:1,-, |>, in. WllliV- .Ilium W.XIiiV Nluhl RALl'H W. TUCKER Mr. Tucker, who lives on Burton road, has for many years been the tux collector in the town. T.o(!:il Girl Speaks At Lucille, whom the local American Legion Women's Auxiliary sponsored recently, when she went to Gills' Sta.te at Storrs University, told of her week's stay at a recent district meeting of the group, held at Veterans' Memorial 1-fnll in Derby. Those who attended from the local auxiliary were: Mrs. Helen Rykowski I Celebrate 32nd Becomes Bride } Wedding Date Of James Distaste Hi-Y Meeting Monday Night I'niii-y i: w.ix v.,1 CI.KANKfC IV'MfN UK1) I'AfNT SIIIN(;I.I.; STAIN PlTTSISl.'Kdll CAJNT James Huckott, president: IZllur. Henry, treasurer, and Alice Mrs. Mrs. No 'Quacks' Please GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE I7N MiM'I.IC STJIKKT ArriwM from City lliiltory) cii Dcli'vdr.v Ti'li<|itiufi«) WEDDING CAKES And Olhi-r Spi'ditl linking A S|>rcliilt.v CITY BAKERY i;. r. s'l'f |i||. Slrccl fiOVCH.NMKNT SUKI'I.CS DUNGAREES KOK MKN $1.49 SI/CM B!> (o '!() (I.I'iilN'd Qlllintll.v) NAT'S 410 North Main St. Union City TI'X. III.'HI Vacationing Mr. and Mrs. Porsis Salisbury and daughter Marion of Bethany Road have loft for a two weeks vacation which they will spend at their former home in Bar Harbor, Maine. -Miv and, Mrs. William Archambault and daughter Nancy of Main street are vacationing- for two weeks at Mogalloway Mountains, N. H. Mr. and Mrs. William Duhay and family of North Circle are leaving today to join the Archaxnbauits. Rev. S. F, Nalewajk officiated at the marriage of Miss Helen Rykowski, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Rykowski, Union City,- to James Distasio, son of Anthony Distn.sio, Watcrbury, at St. Hodwig's Church last Saturday. As maid of honor, the bride had he!' sister, Miss Claire Rykowski, and Miss Teresa Rykosvski, another sister, was bridesmaid. Paul Por- zlo, cousin of the bridegroom, was best man, and Alfred Distasio, brother of James, was usher. The bride was attired in a white ..own featuring a satin bodice, heart neckline • trimmed with seed pearls, full ninon sleeves and a bouffant ninon skirt with a. long circular train. Her fingertip veil fell from a crown of seed pearls and she carried a cascade bouquet oC while roses. The maid of honor wore a blue satin and ninon gown, matching mitts, a flowered tiara and carrier red roses. The bridesmaid was at tired in similar fashion, in pink. The wedding dinner was hcM at. DiNa.poli's Restaurant, for the mmediato family, followed by •cception for -SOO guests from In- Jiana, New York, New Jersey Rhode Island, Union City and Wa- orbury. The couple left Tor Florida on heir wedding trip. The bride eled in a grey gabardine suit, black iccessories and an orchid corsage . .G..ialq Mr. and Mrs. Michael Magas of | T1 . e ,. ei;[ j; a ,. meeting of the Hi- Bristol Terrace celebrated their > y will be held Monday eveninc, 32nd wedding anniversaly July 1. • Juli , 15| ;lt the Y . A short busi- They were guests of honor at an open-house celebration, entertaining g-ucS'Ls from Syracuse, N. Y., Trenton, N. J., and Scranton, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Magas were mar- I'ied in Scranton, Pa.,.July 1, 101-1. July 15, at ness session will be held for the discussion of plans for ihe com- inj,' year. All members arc requested to be presort at 7:15 p. m, sharp. NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), SATURDAY, JULY 18. I!»4ft—r.\GE 2 LIFE IN BERLIN BY C. S. CIVINSKAS (Formerly of Naujratuck, now with the Allied Military Government In Germany) One thing very noticeable inU »'*cd the looks of An,o I bought Berlin is the absence of cats, per-] the pup. Took him to a yet for a Sheila Diamont In New Haven Miss Sheila Diam^nl, of Cliff street, i« cuirc.'i'tly visiting 1'rimuls in New Haven. Couples Return From Cape tJod M. and Mrs. 'Edward Parkinson and Mr. and Mrs, John Cullinane have returned to Naugatuck after a week's vacation at Cape Cod, Mass, Miss Johnson At Boston University Miss Martha Johnson, teacher of commercial subjects at. Naugatuck High school, has entered Boston University for a summer course of study. Returned Seaman Joseph Rybinskl, son of : Mr. and Mi's. Joseph Rybinski of i Church street, has resumed his duties after n short visit at his home. Mr. and Mi's. George Vought apd sons of Wolfe avenue have returned from a visit to their In Pennsylvania. former home In Watorlmry Hospital Miss Frances Mayotte, who is | staying with Mr. and Mrs. James Hackett, recently underwent an appendectomy and is now rapidly re- i.-uporating, at Waterbury Hospital. Any of her friends may write to her in care of tho hospital. Taxi's Received Last 1'Jvenlng Ralph Tucker, local tax collector, I'fcnlved taxes for tho first half, between the hours of 7 and 8 p, m. lust evening, when he was in his olTicr.. at the Town Hall, Thij first half whic-h is tine July :, has to be paid prior to August J or interest is added. Mr. Tucker will be in the Town Hull every Friday for the purpose of collecting first h;ijf taxes, priori to tin. August 1 date. Tho hours of I Kenisheas Home Prom Oneonta Mr. and Mrs. 'Joseph Kenishea, have returned after a two weeks' vacation at Oneonta, New York. Sullivans Back From Atlantic City Mr. and Mrs. William Sullivan who were vacationing in Atlantic 'ity, have returned. Visitor Returns To Montreal Armand Bailey of Montreal, has returned to his horr.i;, after visit- ins Mr. and Mrs. James Sullivan of Norlh Main street. NATIONAL PKF.SS I)UIU)I1VG WASHINGTON, D, C. lly Arinfr Gotnla Leave Tomorrow I For Canada John Kingsley and Edward Farj ren will leave tomoriow night by automobile for Canada. haps it is because there are so many dogs here. In any event, the amount of dogs, the varieties and their troubles lead me to believe that regardless it is a dog's Hfu here in Berlin. Heing the owner f a dog, a black - nat- Visits Friends In West Haven Emmett Woosler, Maple street has returned from a visit to Wos Haven, On Motor Trip To Maine Charles Waskcwicz of Union Cit; motored -to Maine recent'.v. Returns From Bridgeport Frank Williams has returned to his Golden Place home aftei visit-ing with friends in Bridge 1 port. Leave For Week In New Brunswick Mr. and Mrs. John Cheplick of Union City leave today for a week's vacation at New Brunswick. Harold Lewises Observe Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. Lewis, 22-1: South Main street, observed ir 29th wedding anniversary yesterday. Charles Taft Capital Visitor Charles Taft. of Hotchkiss street, visited friends in Hartford recently. Dr., Mrs. Cronin At Cape Cod Dr. and Mrs. George Cronin and family :iro at their summer home at Oyster Harbors Club, Capo Cod, Mass. "(,'onx mi' u llttlr lilt" si'i'ms to hi' thr thrnii' of this quintette of penguins UK at.trnctivf airlines himtrsH Carol Hrlght, Garden City, N. Y., trli'.s tn gi't them In liliini* for trip south. The birds, strictly non-flyers, are to lie placed In llu> San Antonio, Texus, •j,no. ((ntoriiittloiiHl) Sen., Mrs, Painter Return From Mystic Senator and Mrs. William A. Painter and family have returned to their home after a vacation a>t Mystic. Spend Vacation At Virginia Beach Mr. and Mrs. James C, M'lrris- sey and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mor- 7 to S p. m. wii! remain the sumo 1 1 '. lsKcy »»d ^son, Richard,^ arc; vaca- throughout the month. ' * "" " ' So far American women have Ivt-n the now all-silk hose, at three to four dollars the pair, a inure passing glance.'Even with prices down many would still prefer the rayons Or nylons they first wore because they couldn't get silk but havo now learned to value for them- S0lves - * * * As of June 30 coffee interests having contracts with the IvFC have jeen ordered to take inventory. All the cable correspondence, Washir.g- \ ton chit-chat and other rumor news percolating around boils down to tlie fact that the American housewife may expect soon to pay from live to ten cents ;x pound more Tor the makings of the morning brew. * *' * Newest Silly Milly food fad is the making of butter in a city kitchenette. Heavy croar.i, where obtainable, ir.ay bo so converted, at a cost of much elbow grease and around a dollar a pound for the finished product. FBW women indulge in this pastime, preferring to shop for scarce but Rood vitaminized margarine- at about one quarter tho money outlay. * * * Sugar surplus? Yes, one exists right now in the beet area. Plans are underway to move several million bags of refined beet sugar to Eastern markets where the shortages are most evident. * * * About a million raoro pairs of. shoes wcro made In April of this year than in March. But shoos are still scarce merchandise and any you have should bo given the oi.' at frequent intervals to Tailored Lingerie FOOTWEAR PLANT EMPLOYES ARE NOW ENJOYING A TWO WEEKS PAID VACATION Work Will Resume On July 15th UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. Footwear Plant Naugatuck C° nn - CENTER SQUARE BEAUTY SHOPPE SOPHIE ROSKO, Prop. 3 UNION ST. UNION CITY Will Be Closed From July 15 to July 22nd 1 For Alterations T£c]), O. Sheu Kudoi-scN McOiiire The observations of John A. Mc- Guirc urfflnp n. (rreati.-.- polHlc/il role In thib state and nation for women was readily indorsed by local representative, Mrs. Clara O'Shea, at a mooting of the Now Haven County Federation of Democratic Women's Clubs hnld In Miclcllebury Town Hall, Thiii'.sday nig-ht, MI-.H, Shea pointed out that women in politics do most of the campaign door-bell rinpin/,' nnd should jret equal treatment when it comes to responsibilities of office. at Virginia Beach. tract the last measure of wear and pood looks therefrom. Actual Explosion Of Atom Bomb What's Doing In Naugatuck A calendar of events for today, tomorrow and every day Ton) eh t Dance, American Brass Association. July J/3 Special Meeting, Montanari-Rado Pos-t and Auxiliary. Sylvia Lodge, Seymour, Reception, Members of Naugatuck Col- .imbia Rebekah Lodge, 35, IOOF, nvlted to attend. Rubbish Collection, East Side. Directors' Meeting. Rotary Club, .July IB Our Lady, of Mount Carmel Celebration. Special Meeting, Board of Warden und Burgesses. July 17 Rubbish Collection, West Side. Rotary Meeting, YMCA. July 18 Marine Corps League Meeting. July li> Dance, Linden Pork, All Amer- j Iran Veterans. I July 25th VFW-Auxiliary Card Party, July 37 St. Hod wig's Bazaar. July a» Waste Paper Collection, Amer ican Legion. St. Hedwig's Bazaar. 1544 36-52: PATTERN 1544 So simple and easy to make you'll want several of these neat ly fitting lingerie sets. Designec for the more mature figure, the slip has comfortable built-up shoulde straps, panties are nicely tailored dge with lace, if desired. Barbara Bell Pattern No. 15<!-f is designed for sizes 30, 3S, .10, -12, 44 16, -IS, 50 and 52, Size 38, slip, re- juires 2 3-4 yards of 39-inch majtcrial: panties, 1 1-1 yards; 3 yards i lace for slip. | For this pattern, send 25 cents in coins, your name, address, pattern number and size wanted to Barbara Bell, Naugatuck Daily News, P. O. Box 90, Station G, New ' York 19, N. Y. i Send now for your copy of the : SUMMER Issue of FASHION — ! twenty-five cents will bring you | this sparkling and different pat- I tern book for every home sewer. Specially designed patterns, free slip cover and drapery instructions, free printed pattern in the book, (Released by The Bell Syndicate, Inc.) RADIOS AT SWAN'S • Tel. 2574 15 Church St — Kst. 1935 — Fall Term Opens Sept. 3 THE PERRY SCHOOL fur Vrtrrnn Urmvn ItlilE. "Tin- IVrrv- \Vll.v M Trulnlutr \ValiTlmrj 'linK llrttcr 1'liy" cocker spaniel Vo Uu exact, I urlly am interested in life. It wasn't until adS life. It wasn't till now that I noticed the abundance of dogs and the asence of cats. 1 thought for a minute that most of the cats were killed in Berlin'* bombings, but the truth of the matter is that because of the many Kloricd-house.s and apartments here in Berlin cats as a rule were frowned upon as being an inconvenient bother because of the mesy'roms they could make. As a matter of fact I have only seen one cat wince I've been here, and tha.t died recently from lack of caro, Without a doubt, my dog is the best of the lot of course, and down at Onkel Tom Hulte, especially Wilski strasso, AKN'O. my spaniel point of view. The most popular is localy famous, that is from my breed, judging- by the numbers led on leash by Americor.s is the Boxer. Genera] Clay, the boss, has one. and so have several hundred other Americans. Haven't personally talked to the general, but doubtless I would have a ha.rd time convincing him of the advantage of the cocker-spaniel over the boxer. Next in popularity is the "Schaef- ferhund,,' the Alsatian or what is commonly known as the • Police Dog. With tho women the smal toy dogs and poodles are usually fav-i ored. Feeding the dogs of CQUJ-SC is a problem. The Mess Sgts. constantly efuse food for dogs, not because they want to but because of the ter- •ific fod shortage. A system has jeen set up where once a day food scraps from the table are distributed to the owners of dogs who I moke arrangements to have the ood picked up. As far as the Germans are concerned, they doubt- ess can do nothing but feed their dogs bread and potatoes, and there- n lies the trouble. I bought my spnnlel :."rom a German couple in Onkel Tom U-Bahn Both the father and mother dog verc present and little Arno had lis head sticking out of a brief ase. The Germans asked me if ] vould give the little one a home for a carton of cigarettes and Ittle bit of chocola.te) and feed it ecause, they said they couldn't •cry wel feed themselves. Because of their Honesty, and more because TRY NEWS WANT ADS check-up and he had rickets and worms. Talking with the wt, he said that of al] the dogs he ha. r , seen so far, only two have been in healthy condition. Special Service h.-js instituted ,1 boarding kennel for the numerous dogs in OMGUR, and the Red this dog's j Cross every Monday night has a German vet check over the dogs' health and give them distemper find other shots to the dog* that need them. In summing up this report on a ilogs l.'fi 1 , 1 can trulhfilly say that. American-owned pups have a pretty good life; it may be that Americans like the hesponsibility of caring for something that gives, kindness and affection in return, or it may be that the average American hates to see a good dog starve; regardless, the care and feeding ot dogs here in Berlin is .1 very helpful factor in keeping up the morale of us who :ire away from home,and as long as there arc Americans in Berlin there will be a dcg in an American billet, some Americans living a dog's life, some dogs living an American's life, dependinc upon ttic circumstances. a&^!*4 .. te " e i'afc & AUTO SUPPLY "RUSS" WEAVING, Prop. J '<' Wlnslow Court Tc). 8S94 » !; AUTO PARTS SPORTS GOODS J £ KAPOK LIFE PRESERVERS < SPECIAL! BABY WALKERS S598 BEACON KIDDIE CENTER It GRAND STREET _ Waterbury A fresh coat of paint on wood -work »od wall* will make that room new again* And if you use the tight paint, you can easily keep it clea« and ocw- looking with*o*p •ad waters We recommend Murphy Paints btt*ri«f . See Our I-iirRe Stock or LAWN and GARDEN SEEDS also All Kinds of Fertilizers TOOES FOK GARDEN and LAWN SHOVELS (long and short GARDEN RAKES HOES — SPADES PRUNING SHEARS GRASS SlfKAKS CANS, Inc. Maple St Tel. 3507 HUDSON SALES — SERVICE General Automotive Repairs B-M MOTORS INC. 80-82 SOUTH MAIN ST. Telephone G441 SANDY BEACH LAKE QUASSAPADG DICK FINLEY, MRI-. Open 10 A. M. to 30 P. M. Boating 9 BnthLnK 0 Picnics FOR A CAB TEL. 5285 DAY or NIGHT Independent Cab Co. 106 South Main St. Taken at the moment of detonation, the sky Is illuminated by the intense brilliance of the atomic bomb as its fury is unleashed over the "Guinea Pig" fleet anchored in Biknii I^agoon. Pictured below, seconds late,r, the bomb's brilliance spreads as a column of smoke 1)11- lows skywards. Official U, S. Navy photo. (International Sooudphoto) BOUGHT SOLD Special Kates on Trailers For Vacation TJse ORANGE TRAILER RENTAL SERVICE mimtiifk 308S Uolon City Hardware Bide. FOR PORTRAITS OF DISTINCTION Phone, 4726 LYLE & EARL PORTRAIT STUDIO 11 No. Main St. Naucatuck Cars Called For and Delivered Our Complete Services Give You Carefree Vacation Driving!! POUST'S SERVICE STATION 144 Rubber Ave. Tel. 4935 Tli<> Mont Thrilling- Sport of Modern Times MIDGET AUTO RACES DANBURY SPEEDWAY Danbury Fairgrounds, Conn. EVERY SAT. NITE 8:30 p. m. featuring the nation's leading upoed dnredevlN •\dm. 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