The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on April 5, 1977 · Page 3
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 3

Atchison, Kansas
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Tuesday, April 5, 1977
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Now At The Salem What's Doing In Naugatuck \ calendar of events for today, tomorrow and every day . ,l|.imir<T .Jor.i-s cri-iiti-.H u problem for Charles Hoyrr who has some tull (ocfiliilnlix,' ti> do In this mvnc from Krm-.xl, Kiiljltsch'.s production of "f.'lmi.v IJriiwn." tin- new 2»tli Om.iir.v-Fox lilt opening tocluy In u. ;(' dity ruti iif (he Siilcm I'liiyhciiiHf, Knn«il on Murwry .Slmrji'.x coli-hratcd l>«.Ht.«clliT, thr film Is the flfst tn cri-.stur Uo.vcr uml Acudetny 'Awurcl- wlnncr .Jennifer .loncx. HI 'mill-Hint UiM-iivi-rril. ICnmlri-il If IS HE US N. MAIN MT. fi.lHIl VACATION IS I OVER! ! } r.rt I;.M Tfiki. Cure of 'Phut. PHOTOGRAPHIC { WO UK j NOW-! ! ! C'l".'if<l Mondnyti Dui'ing July urirl Thibodeau Studio J Nrriiry f-ilclK. C'nurch St. ! :**rf*f'*fff~ff+~**rf~^r*^-ff, ' EVERSHARP PENS S5.00 lvp PEN and PENCIL SETS S 8.75 llp Your Local Pen Dealer TJJK CAM) und CUT SIIOI' < | SWEENEY'S | and STATIONERY! STORE I Churrh St. Serviceman Wants To Adopt Young Polish Orphan Wilson, Conn.. Sept. •JiC--(UP)—A former HCi.'gonnt In-renewing .his efforts to adopt- a young . Polish orphan who was smuggled into the country by his G-I buddies, John Mfii-klrwlcz Is asking for 11 i..K-monthm extension on fchoioriginal PO-ciiiy grace pel-loci which expires Friday. Meanwhile, tho boy, Bronislaw Stallca—better known as Franklc— hius j-lxth prudo and Is now going to Mummer school. CONDITION IMI'BOVJiD Ecvurly Hills, California, July 16 •I UP) - Sport.-mruin - avlntor Howin-il l-iughe.H l-.a.M been tnkon off tho ctltlcnl list, and his condlUpn dur- j.'i^- the if us I J2 hours has irr^provod slightly. His doctors imnouncc tho filer hu.H partaken of solid foods, his first In "2 hours. He will be given u blood transfusion, but it will be for moderate anemia. TONIGHT Our Lady of Mount Carmc! Cele- iraLion. Specla.l Meeting, Board at Waren and Burgesses. July 17 Rubbish Collection, West'Side. Rotary Meeting, YMCA, July U Marine Corps League Mcctli.^. July 1!) Danco, Linden Park, All American Veterans. July 25th VFW Auxiliary • Card Party. July 37 St. Hedwig's Bazaar, July 28 Waste Paper Collection, American Legion. St. i-Iodwljj's Bazaar. Antrim 11, VFW Family Clam- >akc and Outing. Schilclgcn's. 11. a', ,11, to C p, m. • . Women's Activities—Personal and Social Juive .J5rides Business, Music Courses Will Be Available Here —M. Barry Keegan. MR. ,\NX> MRS. EDWARD SMITH .Mr. arid Mrs. Edward Smith shown, cutting their .wedding cake, at 'a reception" given at the home of the bride's parents, Postmaster '.and 'Mrs. Frank ,T. Green of -Fail-view avenue. Mrs. Smith is '.the "former Elizabeth' Green. The. couple were married-June 20 at St Frr.ncls' church and will re- aide in. the bprough. —:Arthur Studio MBS, JOSEPH SCIASCIA The former Jeanne Montam- bault,'daughter of-Mr. and Mrs. Theodore •• '-J. Montambault of North. Main street, who became the bride'.of Joseph'.Sciascia June 25'in St. -Anne's 'church, Waterbury. The newlyweds will make their Wafrerbury- —M. Barry Keegan MRS. EDWARD DUNN Married in tho Church of Our Lady of Lourdes, Watcrbury, June 22, Mrs. Edward Dunn is the former Cecelia Picini or Waterbury. The couple are residing at 37 Dunn avenue, following a wedding trip'to Cape Cod. NACGATDCK NEWS (CONN.), TUESDAY, .TtJLY 16, 1M«—FAOE-S Working Papers Issued to 58 Working papers totalling 58 were issued in the borough during June, according to a report by Superintendent of Schools Harold E. Cbit- tendcn. Although the number was not as high as in previous years, it is considered larjfc due to the fact that the state now allows school departments to assume complete responsibility for the issuance of the papers. Prior to this time'the state maintained authority for the issuance of the papers, but has placed the matter under the jurisdiction of the school department. About 3 million pounds fo fire c:<irtrkl|,'n CUMC-H were recovered i.'iich mcm:h from U. -S. training and proving grounds, It was converted Into copper scrap, Cooked A Fine Dinner; Then Threw It To Dog Oftu liicly recently stated that she isi;d to throw her own dinner to hu tlog of the tlmo. it madr u-r HlcU Just to look at anything to at. She was swollen with gu.s. full if blotit, had headaches, felt worn ut ii ml WHS badly constipated. Finally MAC got EKI3-HT3L.P and siiys Mhc now eats everything in sight nrul digests It perfectly, t.'.owi'ln urc regular and normal, in onjoylng life onc« more find llko "iinttin othiir woman" . 1 Inking this New Compound 1 ' ooiitain.M 12 Great lis: they clodiise bowels, clear from iitomiiuh, act on sluggish und kklnrys, MlsnraV/.o people Kuon fci'l tliffci'cnt all ovni-. So don't ),'(i cm suffering! Get BRB- Sold by all drug stores here In NiiUK'ntiink. 'Adv. Nnury Hutldluir he used fo pay $15 for o permanent — J Id-lit, n Triiiler nnd I)f> Joli ORANGE TRAILER RENTAL SERVICE IIOIIH ||nr:!wiiri< Illllc, ow sho givos horsolf wave af home KOIt I'OKTIIAITS OF DISTINCTION 1'hniiP 4720 LYLE & EARL PORTRAIT STUDIO II No. Mdln St. NHiigatuclc CKSSrOOI. CI.KANKK JJARX ItKD PAINT SIIING.MC STAIN I'lTTSBUnCJI 1'AINT CKKMK COLO VVAVK Union City Pharmacy •111) NO. MAIN ST. <-'lt,V, I'), it. SddliiNky, I'rn[i Among additional adul-t education ;l»sseH hcinf; considered Cor the fall erm arc those in planning a small lUBiness and in music appreciation, Mrs. Gertrude M. Madigan, -dircc- .or of adult education has stated. Because of the overwhelming re- :eption Riven all courses conducted •incler the adult education program during the past year, it is the aim if the officials to maintain this in- '.crcs!; and assist all veterans as well as the general public in the ,iin.ttcr of additional schooling;, the Jlrcct'J!' said, Included in the 21 various classes in the past year were those in electricity and radio, modern sales technique and physical /Hr.css, A total of 5'16 registered in the classes with the aggregate attcnd- mco being 3,701 amounting to 11,322 pupil hours. Mrs. Madlgan assisted 414 per- jons on ininiigration and naturali- sation problems, with 22 persons attending citizenship classes. Eight •'ocelveci full citizenship papurs at the June 11 session of 'the Water- I bury Superior court, ; Due vj the popularity of the ; ^kisses a live night per week achc- Jule wm adopted to the close of tho regular school year. Many veterans received equivalency certificates of credit for the successful completion of course:; whlth p-ivos the veterans 'credit toward a high school diploma. Excused In Probe Rebekah To Visit An, official visitation to .Coliirn- Announce Birth Of Son Sunday . Mr. and"^Irs: Joseph Burke of Hew-Haven'announce the birth of J-iIl,VJil-l*-llAJ Y104I.C&I.IV11 tW.SrfV»t-l**« - •«• -r biun Rnbekah lodge, No. SC, f-O. i a " son . William Joseph July 1-1 at ' ' ' ' ' ' ^"' ' —*-i- New Haven. Mrs. "former Dorothy O. F.. will be made tomorrow eve-1 ning by District Deputy Presideni Mrs Ada Williams oi Seymour and her staff. ' Other lodges in District No. have been invited to attend the meeting which will be held in Ode Fellows hall at 8 o'clock. Following the lormal entertainment wil be 'presented in charge of Mrs Johanna White, and refreshments will be served' undei the direction of Mrs, Lorella Newman, GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE 178 MAFLE STREET (Acronn from Vrcn Dolivory City Bakery) Telciihone SO** Legion Groups Outing Sunday Na.ugatuck American Legion post, No, 17. and its Ladies' auxiliary have been invited by Mrs. Mary Raytkwlch to an' outing, July 21 at her summer home at Wildemere Beach,' Milford; Members planning to attend are requested to meet Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock at Sidney Bay'lls' Filling Station on Maple struct and to bring a basket lunch. Legion Auxiliary To Pay Respects Members of the Ladies' auxiliary of Naugatuck American Legion post. No. 177 ai'O requested to assemble tonight at S:15 o'clock at tho corner of -Walnut street and Highland avenue from .which 'place they will proceed in a body to'the residence oC t.he laic Mrs. Mary Meeg.'j.n, 313 Highland avenue mother of Mrs. Charles F.. Daly, member of the auxiliary. hospital; is the Gra.ce Burke Mason, 5 Highland avenue. Home From Rhode Island Vacation Mr. and Mrs. Ralph L. Stotz, Sr,, and daughter, Peggy, 29 Fairchild street, and Miss Phyllis Rood of Elm street,' have returned after spending tho past 15 days at Sea Breeze Inn, Quonocbomaug, R. I. Surgical Patient Returned Home . Mrs.' Marie Ashford, 20 Fern street, has returned to her home from the Watcrbury hospital, where she was a surgical patient. Beacon Falls WAVE Released HA 1-c Jessie-Ann Zukowski of the WAVES, daughter of Adam Zukowski 80 Railroad avenue, Beacon Falls was discharged from U. S. Naval Personnel Separation Center, U S. Naval Barracks, Washing- tor. D. C., July 12. The Beacon Fal:s girl reported for active duty in the Navy Aug. 9, 19-15 and was last on duty at the U. S. National Naval Medical Center, Bcthesda Md. With Friends In Rhode Island Mrs. Rcgina Wojnarowski, 31!) Prospect street, is spending a vacation with friend's at CJuonochon- taug, R. I. N. Y. Resident Spent Week Here Rudy GabricKpf Schencctady, N. Y., spent the past week at (he home of Mr. and Mrs. Pasquale Natalizio on Ward street. Given Party On First Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Milton Smith of Bethany road recently entertained at a. birthday party in honor of their son, Peter Kent Smith, who .vas observing his first birth anniversary. Among those attending- \verc: Margo and Douglas .Ramsey, Karen Johnson, Betty, Ann, Ellen and Teddy Smith, David, Jacqueline and John Rupsis, Cathy Mann, Jane, Andrew and Nancy Baukat. Exams Slated To Fill Posts : Open competitive examinations for federal appointments of- loan examiners for the Reconntruclion Finance Corp., are announced by the Civil Service Commission examiners in Boston. Annual salaries range from $3.170 to $6,363, and appointments arc. based on experience and training. No written tests arc required. Those accepted aro granted "probation" appointments lending to permanent appointments, a n d should not bo confpscd withTTioso termed "temporary" appointments as granted during war years. Other Civil Service examinations arc boins: given for librarian with yearly salaries ranging from'$2,644 to 55,08(5; draftsman, $1,952 to $3,397; library assistant, $1,954 to $2,644, Further information may be obtained at Service for Veteran's. Office To Close For Three Weeks The office of Dr. Fred W. Weile, 270 Church street, will be closed from July 22 to Aug. 11, The statue of Freedom atop the dome of the national capitol in Washington weighs almost sey.en and one-half tons. BOSSY GETS HER FAKE Scalp Level, Pa.—(UP}—Bo getting ready to go overseas, ' Vacation School students of'Scalp Level's Church . of the Brethren scraped up enough money to buy Bossie, a scven-month-old heifer, and when she's matured they'll send her to Europe to 'provide milk for 10 hungry children. Use of natural gas In the XL'p. in 29-13 was estimated at 3,000 billion cubic feet, an ail-time record.. SWEEPING COMPOUND With Antiseptic Deodorant: G' A "\rr/T?T?T'c NM < <° w»'- OAjLM ^JLJKI & SiiriiiKx Ilnnk SO SAVINGS ST. DIAL 5-0347 For making really delicious pie crusts, corn muffins, and popovers •MB PROMPT WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING William Schpero JEWELER ISO Church Street . Knugatuck Return From Tour Of Middle West Mrs. Mary Fitzpatrick, SO Grove street, ar.d Miss Helen Lester of Barnum court, returned yesterday from a trip through the Middle West. They visited Mrs. Fitzpatrick's son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fitzpatrick in South Bend, Ind. Mr. Fitzpatrick is studying for his master's degree at Notre Dame. I'nlillR relations mnn Uenjumln Fields kisses his wife In ington after he had b«cn excused from testifying before tho Senate Wur Investigating Committee. Fields refused to waive Immunity and li-ft the stand utter Senator Jamns Mead said It was not the policy 11/ tho committee to force a witness to testify against lii.s will, (International) Returned From Indian Neck Mr. and ATrs. Charles Kcvit and fnmily, and Mr. and Mrs, Peter Kamlnskl have returned to their homes on Highland twcnue, Beacon Falls, after vacationing at Indian Neck in Branford. Steady, interesting work making our famous Kods, Gaytcos, and other quality footwear Now Available FOR WOMEN Apply at oxir Employment Office Rubber Avo. at Water St. UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. Footwear Plant Naugatuck ' Conn - TOTK GRILL'S Tho Complete Outdoor Fireplaces ALL TYPES OF BA.DIO KEP/UB WORK Order Your Hot Point Electric Appliances HARDWARE 102 ciiuncH ST. Telephone 4088 ' Girl Scout Day Camp To 'Open Girl Scouts in the borougrh interested in attending- the" Girl Scout Day Camp Sflfldy at Lake Quaasa- paujo jvhich is n.ow r.cady to open, are requested to contact the "Wn.- terhury Girl Scout Council by tele- phjoning' '.4-5480., Applications '-are how available to enter the cnmp. which wil! on a four day a week schedule. Visiting- In New Hampshire Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Archam- oault and daughter, Nancy, of South Main street, Beacon Falls, aro -vacationing in New Hampshire; STYLE VENETIAN BLIND SHOPPE ; 85 Spring St, Union pity Tel JJaug. 6111 — Wiit. 4-9S2H < FELIX NABDEI.LO; .Mgr. j full mock of'1 und wood blind" i IlllnilN rrtmlr^d. re-t«HMl, '- rtn. . The Office of DR. FRED W. VVEJLE 270 Church Street • - • : CLOSED FROM JULY 22nd TO AUGUST llth . Set v-ue h FA ST£K 9.30A.IA-' o-^ 00 Noon 0-t.oi-* «* Between 9:30 and 12:00 in lha morning," telephone lints'and swjfchboordt «r« ,<?* crowded with calls — so many, that both lines and swilchboardi feeeomft jammed '/\ and delays are unavoidable. ^i? That's why we're offering you these two suggestions to help complete your out-of-^ .-?' town calls with the least possible delay. ', 4'^ | Whenever possible, make your out-of-town calls when lines are least busy"— ' *• before 9:30 in the morning — or during the afternoon. .-" i* ~- , '* O Give your operator o chance to report on your .out-of-town calls. If ypi/call • / her back to inquire about them, it adds to the congestion at the switchboard and slows up your service. Our operators are doing everything they can to complete your"colls" as possible. But until copp»r, lead, steel, cotton yarns and other materials needed to ' ' manufacture telephone equipment become available in quantity ogoin, the amount „-' of additional circuits and switchboards we can add is limited.' ...^ ,.' Our equipment has been engineered and ordered. Everything possible -is being" done to speed its manufacture and delivery for service to you.f THE SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND J ELEPHONE -'- O

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