The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on April 12, 1977 · Page 5
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Rockland, Maine, Warmly Welcomes New Industry Rocklnncl, Miilno, July 10 (UP) — It was a blK day yesterday In liock- laml. Most bnrtlnr>in In the rlty cnmo to u Hull mi ri!Hldt>ntn tuincd out In force Co wolcomo n now fntliuti'y- thc General Snixfnotls Co-norn 1 '' -, Gitnuriil finafoods purchaHfil the Snow shlpynrdH IAHI wlnlw .ihortly nftr-r lutiSlnff the old William XJnder- \vnoil aardlno plant. KlKhll#ht of the day's activities wft» the first doublo launching in the elty'.s hl.itoi-y. Two 70-fotjt dyslei 1 drai'ifd'H wore launched at the Hhipyard. Tho vuHsi'lft arc nfi'meil tin- flivon- port. Nnw York and Mlirorrl, Con- nRctlout- 'and will Huh out of the ICiwnM f»r which they are named. Sponsors aro Mrs. Jo mi Junston and Mrs. AiiKiwt MHO Tatftfart- -both of Koekluncl, Komo 20 drfi(fA'o™ now operate mit lit Rnckland and operations of thn CJcnfM'iU Ken foods Corporation In cxjjiictml to double that number within tin. 1 next two yearn. What's Doing In Naugatuck I calendar oi events for today, tomorrow and every day Points To May TONIGHT ! All American Vets Dance, Linden Park. Vi'tM Council McollnR with Chairman Breen of Welcome Home Oom- niltlni!, Tovs'^i Hull. Pond Hill Community Club. July 2H T.ocal 'IS Met-tinir. .July 25th VFW AuxllSiiry Card .Tilly 27 St. Hcclwlff'a Buiuinr. July 28 W.i-ste Pnpur Colli.'ction, Party. Arr.rr- Then; In 2,27 i l fiBi'so In tho U, ; for g. (•Very St. Iwlfj'a Bav,aar, 11. VFW {family Cl.im- l>:iki! and Outlnj.:. SchiidKi'n's. 11 a. rn. to 0 p, m. South Ai.inrica In two-thirds afi larjfi! as North America, OPENING SOON Fur the first tlini- N'uiitfiitiiclc will have a ro- |n»!r oiMitiT Hint will solvH all your minor proh- ll'IIIS. Via will I'AINT and KKPAftt Kltuhon Sets— Karilcn furnlliiri 1 —screens, windows—<loors and ni'iliiKu—cuhlucts — window ^hm«—stnrni \vin- t)u\vn — xuwa nnil tooJx slmriicni-il mill coiuli- tloildd. WhaU-vcr the joh may In- ouU us at Sflfi!) or visit our work shop ut .f,| Wurd St.' Itcpnlr.s iliinc nt your limiif or In our simp. &>• (Watch This Paper for Our Formal Uate) Aj-k* l''t)rini'r wstreUiry ill tile Wnsli- iiiKtoii office of u Midwc-st inniii- tiuns <'ij;nl»l:ic, Mrs. Kleanor Hull tuld tin; \V:ir Tiivu.stl^atin^ Committee in Washington that she heard Ke|). Andnnv .1. .May, (!>.- JiyJ chairman of tH« House Mill- firy Affairs Conmilttee, mention to 0/1,1; of licr snjJftriors, "What ahout that SH,(M)1)'.'" (International) Some Hartford Unions Won't Join In Demonstration Hartford, July ]9—(UP)—Most of the A-F-I., unions in Krea.tor Hart- v.'ford will not join the demonstration next Tuesday In support of t.hc NUes-Bemcnt-Pond strikers. President William A. Scott of the Hartford Central Labor union says the most A-F-I* unions have commitments a;ja.insl spontaneous, < I wnlkouts. District The "FIX IT" SHOP t«'ent,\'-s:x of the inter I: natlon'.il Association of Machinists j has announced — .however — that it .| wil! .support the citywide exhibition of union strength. Tel. 2969 34 Ward St. l! Persons -15 yenrs-old or older com- ni-l-vcd onf-sixtcnnth- of the U. S. po|)'.ilation in 1900. Today they number about one-fourth. Home at Last - -'M .'). -J: .'• '•'' for keeps! and to a home of his own Every Morvlcnmivn or woman who hiis bcon niiiHtcred out or is tiwnlt- IOK (Ilsohm-Ko, IH invited to stop in »t THK NAL'GATLTCK NATIONAL BANK and talk over the dotalla of iv HOMK LOAN under the G. I. HILL OK RIGHTS. Any Information or cooperation we curt tclvn hi yours for thii ix.tklnK. And you will find luirc n «yni|«'- thotlc Intd'CHt In your wants, Ideals, Remember, you may lake years to repay your loan, that tho interest rate is low, and that in many cases L'llKlMo veterans may borrow a substantial portion of the purchase price of their home. This is the most 'liberal homo-financing; plan wo have ever bean nble to offer. Call at the bank and let us bring your "castle in the air" down to earth! The Naugatuck National Bank 275 Church Street MICMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION • JUST ARRIVED.! '^y^SS^ ,;""•:'•. '' ^ ^" Glider Cushion Sets • 3 CUSHIONS • 3 BACKS MAROON. — BLUE — GREEN NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), FRIDAY, JTLTLY 19, 194ft—PACK 5 14.98 'A SET Wfx&Ws*- -< i.,*^ i feiwt^^ ^v P»^^'K>r,V-^ ilv v,v; 13 SO, MAIN ST, Cfltf IF FASHION FOOTWEAE '••• STREET PLOOB SPEND THE REST OF YOUR SUMMER. IN "HI-LARKS'! JUST THE THING FOR SUMMER PLAY HOURS, THESE SOFT CUSHIONY -> • FLATFORMS, WITH FULL LEATHER SOLES.. - 0-EED. ,: » GEEEN^ CH v. -..'.' . • O ..« BEIOE O • BUST . fe • BBOWN . Q •••-'•" fc • WHITE . O MISSES 32% to. 3 275 IX! ^ O h—< a 02 <s fe cc H I-H Q Q P" SCTMMEB STOEE HOURS TUBS. TtiRU SAT. 9:30 TO 5.4S PLAYTIME! a • • • NKCESSARV ITEM'S FOR THAT '. SUMM-ER-LONG VACATION, TO MAKE TJffl YOUNGSTERS' PLAY-ACTfVlTTlFJS A COMFORT ABLE. PLEASURE » Girls'Shorts SIZES 7 TO'U . REG. 2.CS Short-Alls SIZES 1 TO 0%. HEG. 1.59 ,. • Bathing Trunks SIZES 1 TO 0. BEG, 1.98 1.69 1.00 1.39 » Famous Make Overalls CHECKS AND STBIPES. SIZES 1 TO 6. -f BEG. 1.D8 »• Pinafores SIZES 2 TO 3. BLUE—MAIZE AND GBEEN EEQ. 2.25 • BOYS' WASH SUITB SEEiisucKKit TOP..WXTH PERCALE PANTS SIZES 3 TO S 1.40 and 1.90 • "LUCKY. LAD" BO.YS'. SPOKT SHIRTS . WITH.; REVERSIBLE COLLAR 95c • WASH SLACKS MADE op GOOD • WEIGHT TWILL IN PLAIN OR HERRINGBONE PATTERNS AND FULLY SAXFORIZED 2.49, 2.98 » "BILTWELL" DUKOAREES . SIZES S TO 161.80 .,1.99 « BOYS' SHOP * STREET FLOOR • "Honey-Miss" Sun-Back .DBXSSB8 WITH MATCH1NO BOLERO JACKET SIZES J2 TO 38 5.98 FOR THE "DRESS-UP" HOURS » Dresses 3IZES 7 TO 14 FLORAL PATTERNS ICED IX -f ffff WHITE, OP LOVKLY EYELET .... X.99 • Play Shorts WITH "MID-RIFF" TOP SIX.ES 10 TO 16 2.98 » "Fashion-Fir" Sweaters BOTH SLIP-OX AND CARDIGAN SIXES 8 TO 16. I: w o

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