The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on April 14, 1977 · Page 3
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 3

Atchison, Kansas
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Thursday, April 14, 1977
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Legal Notices NOTICE The Rocls;rnrs or Voturw of the Town or Boncon Falls' will bo In se.sMlon In the Town Hull, Friday, July -7, 10-lU, from 12:(Ki o'clock noon until 0:00 o'clock p. m. for tho of Party enrollment uncl Correcting the Caucus L,l«t. Appllcutlon for enrollment must be madp In person to the RofdHlitLr or he nccornpanlocl by n. sworn Afllclixvlt sulliclnnt to prove the Identity, residence find alfrnn.- tnro of the ii.ppllcnnt. (Chapter 3G2 Public Acts of 10-13.) Dated lit Beacon Fjill.s, Connecticut, thin seventeenth clay of July IMG, UUTH M. CARROLL, BLANCHE BRENNAN, IlCKistrttrs of Voters. Tho registrars of Votora of the Jtormifrb of Naujratucl: will meet In 'the Court Room, Town Hn.ll Ii'iilldlntf. on Friday, July 2Gth and Auirust 2nd from 12:00 noon until [1:00 p. m. DST for thu purpose •jf receiving party applications for party enrollment and to nrmko correction* In case of removal, etc. All applications to be riiKlutorcd rnuwt bo madn on or before each of Miilcl mootln^H, CYRIL TUOHY HENRY ZWICK Kitchen Queenlet Employment Help Wanted—Mule W'A.VTKJJ—Ilecwit collo/jo KTiidu- ute, or chomlcul engineer, for work as an a«»lHtant chemist in rubber laboratory of 11 plant locntctl In Southu-o.Mtorn part of Connecticut. Stcito In detail In first handwritten letter: AKO, nducutlon, experience If nny, and romunoration oxpoclntl, Reply Box "C" caro of Mows. \VANTKD-T\vo cuirlot> lx>ys, No. nuiln antt St, .section, Ap- [ily Mr. Dillon, News onico. t Jlclp \Vuntcd—Fcrnulc An original rcclpu for making cooklc.M without flour won for Dorothea FiiRmiino, 19, YonkerM, N, V,, first prize In » cooktnR contest which nttnicted tcon-uRe contestants from 512 cities. An ambitious experimenter, Doro- tlH-u Is now working on a method for bukin/r lireud with potato flour, thus helping to con.servo flour for Europe's starving people. (InternatlorwT) WA.VTKD OPKrtATORS Ofi INIC.XPKRtENfJKD APFT/r MR, YAUVJN Z'ONO .ST. ENTKANCK CORP, l!»; Mlf, I, .ST., WATKIJHURY ONK STKKK AT I.AKGIC ni'ifimflflld. Conn. July 20 -(UP) — C)nly onn tnwn fugitive stnor re- rrmln.'i to he cniight In tho Bloom- /Ifild roclt;r>, Thlrtor-n othnfft —who c.scapt'd from the Htockadc Monday ninrnlnK • hnvo been accounted for. Ti.'ii wore captured alive arid thfon wore shot, STRKW Jack Strew qualified with a 78 for the championship fllfrht of the 20th annual CI. D. Noyns Memorial Invltiitlon tournament :it the Norwich Golf Course yesterday. He's paired with Henry Gromko. Norwich, who carded a 77 to qualify. MIDUICT RACKS Definitely stamping himself as tho MK throat of the evening in tonight's card of midget auto races to be held .-it the Danbury Speedway, llttlu Lon Duncan, diminutive aec, find veteran of many speedway hattlcti. will be out shooting for top money in the night's big cash race. HO/JY FOUND Eliot, Mairio. July 20—(UP)—The body of Mrs. Oortrude Atkinson of, Larchmnnt, Nnw York, has been found In a well In her summer home, A merllca! examiner returned a verdict of suicide In the death, and said that ihc woman had boon ill for some time. She wns a native of Kngland. Mr. Sundblade Wed July 17 Announcement is made. of 'the marriage of Arvfd.L. Sundblade. 100 Walnut street, and Mrs. Pearl Czcsky of Waterb-jry, -which 'took place July 17 in firewater, N.. Y., with the Rev. W. D. Blair, official-' infr. Mr. and Mrs. Hartley L. Hawkins of Frcdcricticn, New Brunswick, Canada, brother-in-law and 'Sister of the bride, attended the couple. Attended Picnic In Plymouth Mrs. Clifton B.'ascll attended the picnic given this week by,'Mrs Margnret Dufi' ar.d Mrs, Everett Lumpkin, Plymouth, for Mrs. Rcb- crt Henderson of Thomaston, , on the occasion of her birthday. The, Pacific ocean occupies ono- thlrd of the earth's surface, and comprises about one-half its total water surface. St. Pauls Group Learns History Of State Police Lieut. Victor Clarke, oommandlnf, oll'.cer of the Bethany State Police barracks, was principal speaker at. tho Lutheran Laymen's League and Youns" People's society picnic held recently in ,th'e recreational park of the church on CurLlss street. Lieut. Clarke stated that the state police department has grown from five men in 1903 to the present number of more than 290 policemen and 12 policewomen who work out of 11 barracks throughout the state. The socakor nsnorted that before any man may become a state policeman he must go through a rlporous three month's training in physical education, traffic law, criminal law and many other phases of police work. Ho informed thc*pioup thai the itato police department is kept busy tracking down both small and blR town criminals, petty and major crimes In the state. He mentioned' ; that the cooperation between state police throughout the country is exccllen. Jiivnnlln Delinquency Concerning the juvenile crime wave, -the commanding officer opon- j ly stated that the real name for ; this crime wave is "parental Uelin: quency." ! .State police were kept busy dur- ; InR war time directing and stopping •traffic In blackouts and enforcing dim-out laws, he said. • Many convoys of soldiers were traveling through Connecticut during the war and the department was on the job opening up traffic jams enabling the convoys to pet to their destinations at the earliest time. The speaker mentioned several uses of bloodhounds and frava different Instances where people were found by -this species of animal. Ambulances, boats and nirpkinns also are part of the department's equipment in giving service, Lieut. Clarke mentioned several crimes and how the criminals were tracked down. Following the informal talk, he answered many questions from -the audience. The Ruetit speaker was introduced by the Rev. O. H. Bertram, Since 30-11 per capita consumption pastor of St. Paul's Evangelical Lu-1 of chewing gum has increased by '.heran Church. 'about -100 per cent. Women's Activities-Personal and Social •NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), SATURDAY, JULY 21), IMS—PAGE; S Aid Home Food Canning Drive Radio Star Local Man Files Intentions Marriage intentions were filed in Waterbury yesterday by Franklin H. Lobdcll, 1-18 Falrvlow avenue, and Dorothy M. Sundbye, 13 Kasli jtreet, Bridgeport, Visiting With Grandmother Miss Catherne Lokites is visiting icv grandmother, Mrs. Katharine Kierco for a week in Waterbury. Spending Several Weeks In Mass. Miss J.ine Twitchcll, 169 Meadow street, is spending several weeks in Gloucester, Mass. j Millville A. A. Dance Tonight All members of the entertainment committee for the Millville Atnletic association dance tonight arc requested to at the. Millville library promply at 6 o'clock. Th^c ommiuee includes: Joseph Daddona, Hn.rry St.iufi'cr, Robert Mariano, Arthur Crclan and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brewer. The dunce tonight from 9 to 12 o'clock is the first social event of the Millville A. A., and is expected to be attended by a large firnup Ray Anderson's Hayscedcrs will provide music for dancing and refreshments will bo available. Bernie.Garrick At Waterbury Hospital The- condition of Bernic Garrlck Of Pleasant View avenue, who ,ls a'surgical patient at the Waterbury hospital, is reported as improved today. Pretty Kitty Trlimo, talented daughter of Mr. ari'd Mrs. Charles Triano, 371 Mich street, who will be i» featured slnper on rndio station WBRY, Waterhury at 3:45 a. m. each Sunday for the remainder of the summer season. Kitty, only six years old, is one or the horough's np-and- cominp entertainers. She has tiikon part in several radio broadcasts, und has appeared in many local productions. She attends the second ffrado at Oak Street school. Five-Man Board To Rule CIO P. A. C. KOll VOKTftAITS OF mSTJNCT/O.V Thrum 4721! LYLE & EARL PORTRAIT STUDIO II No. Main St. Niui i NOW OPEN! ! \ Jean's Knitting Studio J 20 DIAMOND STHKI'JT J TI<|I<|)|IOIHI ;ti7a ? Alrn, ,l n ,n Kiiliihiiwvkl, IT » Kllllllnir mill Crni'liolllin- ln»trni'lliui j ^nrn mill Criirlifl .Miilcrliil fur Sill,, M. Barry Keeg-an J riioTooitAriis ov t DISTINCTION' 4 lltft Hiinl< St. Wutrrliury * .Jnnc.M Morgan Illdjr, Tnl. .l-fiUM ; —-- - • • ~«-^^^^»^^^^^^^^^^^v PIGGY BANKS t \ Three Sizes } ; 7 Jncli 13 tncli U I noli } |S198 $350 $400! { BLUE — PINK I \ . WHITE — RED S | OR YELLOW J » OIK-UN Wlihoiit lirciiltlnjr J * The CAUn uiul GII'T SIIOP J 1 SWEENEY'S ART and STATIONERY i STORE j VACATION IS I I OVER! ! ) | Let L'.i Take Cixi-e of That J I PHOTOGRAPHIC I WORK i NOW! ! . I Closud Mondays During \ July unil August I Thibodeau Studio Netiry Bids. Cnui'ch St. VISIT Oim 2ND FI.OOH (Featuring VVatcrhury's Largest Selection nf Kiddy Furniture • FULL SIZK CUIBS • YOUTH BKDS ]• SA.VO HOXKS |« SWING OX MKTAL STAND • HIGH CHAIRS • MKTAI. HA BY CAKUIAGKS BENSON'S ISO SOUTH MAIN ST. Watorhury What's Doing In Naugatuck A calendar of events for today, tomorrow and every day . July 23 Local 45 Meeting. July 25th VFW Auxiliary Card Party. July 27 St. Hedwig'a Bazaar. • July 28 Waste Paper Collection, American Legion. St. Hcdwig's Bazaar. August 11, VFW Family Clambake a:nd Outing. Schildgen's. 11 a. m. to 6 p. m. Announce Birth Of Son Mr. and Mrs. Henry Krzykowski, 17 Cky Hill Street, announce the birth of a son, Raymond Paul, at St. Mary's Hospital. GAY COMEDY IS SHOWING NOW AT STRAND THEATER One of the most delightful romantic comedies of recent years, Mervyn Le Roy's "Without Reservations" is now at the Strand theater. Claudette Colbert and John Wayne arc starred in this RKO Radio release, and romp through the story with gay abandon. Miss Colbert plays a best-selling authoress on her wa.y to Hollywood to see about filming her latest novel. On the train she meets Wayne, a Marine Flyer-Captain, and his friend, a lieutenant, played by Don Do Fore, Wayne strikes her as an ideal hero for the picture, and she wires her producer that she is bringing him along, without, however, taking him into her confidence. At Chicago, she finds they have reservations on different trains, so rather than lose sight of Wayne, she abandons her train and, in spite of having no reservation, joins the Marines. Then follow the most hilarious misadventures ever to befall three people including bc.-ng kicked off the train, buying a second-hand car wrfich breaks down repeatedly, Jove-making under difficulties, being tossed into a New Mexico jail, lovers' quarrels, Miss Colbert's hectic life in Hollywood while hero Wayne sulks in San Diego, and finally, the happy ending. The companion feature is "Bamboo Blonde" starring Frances Langford. To give an official flavor to the Department of Acriculture home winning week program, ivlvox of aiblnet members and officials arc Nhown canning peaches at WushlnRton, D. C., community food preservation center. Shown at work are (left to right): Mrs. .7. A. Kniff, wife of the Interior .Secretary; Mrs. Robert Shields, wife of Solicitor, Agriculture Department; Miss Drucic Snydcr, daughter of Treasury Secretary; Mrs. Charles Brnnnan, wifi; of Assistant Secretary of Agriculture; Mrs. John 11. Sterlnuiii, wife of the Reconversion Director; and Mrs. Henry A. Wallace, wife of tho Secretary of Commerce. (In-' tcrnatlonal Soundphoto) Mayor Upheld In Recall Election Women comprised an estimated 30 per cent of -the war industry labor forces in the U. S. One person in'every, three is wholly or partially deaf in one ear or in both. After defeat of the mox'cmcnt to rerjtll him at the. polls. Mayor Roper Laphani of San Francisco Is congratulated by his wife (left), and hi* 85-year-old mother, Mrs. Lowis H. I.apham. Voters smashud the. attempted recall by ji majority of 82,009 votes, (International Sound- photo) Try NEWS Want Ads—they bring results THE NAUGATUCK NEWS Four members of the flvc-mtin hoard, dnsipnatod by tho executive board of tht* CIO to administer the activities of the CIO Political Action Committee in place of the late Sidney Illllmun, are shown as they met In Washington They are (left to rip;ht}: William I'ollock, secretary-treasurer of tho CIO Textile Workers; Jack Kroll, a, vicc-presi- (li'nt of the Amalgamated Clothlnp Workers, who will admlninter the P. A. C., wlth-pollcy vested In. the board; David .1. McDonald, secretary-treasurer CIO Steel Workers, and George IT. Addes, sccretary- trcaxiirer of the CIO Ailto Workers. The fifth ine.mher, Julius' Kmps- palf, .wcrotary-trensiirer of United Klectriejil, Radio nnd Machine Workers union, was not present when photographers made these pictures. 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Under THE POSTAlENDING LIBRARY READING PLAN you will receive all these famous best tellen at quickly and as fast as you are able to read them. No limit is placed on the number of books you can rnrpivH monthly — because as soon as you finish one, return it — and what's more under THE POSTALEND- ING PLAN YOU ALWAYS HAVE A BEST SELLER TO READ WHILE ANOTHER IS ON THE WAY. THE UNIQUENESS OF THE PLAN IS that you can now enjoy reading these popular best telling books without having to purchase them; THEREBY SAVING YOU HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS, because after having read a book thero is no occasion for rereading it, any more than you would want to sit through a movie again after having seen it, The Postalending Library Plan Is The Very Essence of Simplicity! In fact it is so simple that educators, librarians, and book reviewers are amazed that such a practical, cultural, and interesting reading plan had not been thought of before. 1. HERE'S ALL YOU DO—bring or send the coupon to the newspaper office with only $1.25 which automatically enrolls your monthly membership and entitles you to receive tho best sellers. 2. Your newspaper will send us your enrollment ana we 'will immediately send you THE LATEST MASTER LIST of over 300 popular and current best sellers, of which about ISO are FICTION, SO NON-FICTION, and a selection of over 100 or more orl MYSTERY and ADVENTURE. 3. Each month you will receive a NEW MASTER LIST from which you will select 15 to 20 of your first choices, thereby enabling us to immediately send you tho first 2 books of your selections. 4. These 2 books will come to you m separate cartonf delivered by mail direct to your door postage paid. 5. When you have finished one, return it in ih original carton using our self-addressed label and paste over the ons addressed to you, with the same amount of postage indicated. When we receive this book, we will promptly mail you another; so under this rotating plan you alwayt have a book to read while another is in tho mail for you. Bring_pr Mail This Coupon With Your Remittance During a brief recess of the Senate Wivr 'Investigating Committee in Washington, Sen. James M. Mead (D.-Ji". Y.), chairman of the probing group, greets his son, James, Jr., and James III. Tho Mead committee Is now investigating the Garsson munitions combine. (International) It Is Easy To Become a Member of the Postalending Library Club The signing and mailing the coupon to your newspaper verifies your enrollment at this special price of only $1.25 monthly, AND REMEMBER YOU ARE UNDER NO OBLIGATION TO BUY ANY BOOKS — on the contrary you can discontinue your membership at any time simply by notifying us ona week in advance. NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS IfiO CIIIJKCH ST., NAUGATUCK, CONX Gentlemen; Please enroll me as a member of THE POSTALENDING LIBRARY CLUB, Inc., at the special rate of only $I.2J a month, with the following membership privileges. 1. Tliat THE POSTALENDING LIBRARY OF NEW YORK CITY will immediately send me their l.itest monthly MASTER LIST consisting of nc.irly 300 of the most popular books and best tellers to enable me to select from ] 5 to 20 of my first choices. 2. That you will immediately start my membership by sending, ihroufih the mails, the first 2 books of my selections. 3. Regardless of the retail prices of such books, whether $2,50 or more, ic is agreed that the membership will be only $1.2J monthly, 4. It is further agreed that I may discontinue my membership at any time by simply notifying THE POSTALENDING LIBRARY CLUB, Inc., one week in advance, and my obligations and membership stops. Name (Mr. Mrs. Miss)" - Address Date., City.. Zone.. State,,

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