The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on April 18, 1977 · Page 3
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 3

Atchison, Kansas
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Monday, April 18, 1977
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BAF Planes Wing: Over New York i vn"l,, fn fl'lM"r' tl " <! "x. lji "" 1I ' Strr l) " ml "' rs "' «AF Squadron U5 aro vn In flight ovt-r Now York <:lty, Tlio sqmulron one of Gri-at Brit- or"th "T* l /",""-'" X flKlUln f """* '« "«l«-<liil ( .(l to muUr a month's tour of th- I.Mltf.,1 .st,,l m „,„„,, Ar ,, ly Ajr ,,,„„,,.„ ail;(/ , lccSt (, nt ,. rlmtjonlll) IT'S TOO HOT To Do Your Own Laundry For School Wear CALL 'WAT. 4-410G PICNIC JUGS ICE BOXES CHARCOAL GRILLS PICNIC BASKETS NKAIIY HLULDINO TEL. 5212 1542 6-14 yrs. State CIO Council Blasts Sen. Hart, Reps. Talbot Luce Watcrbury, July 22—The Stat CIO Council, whose 105 affiliate unions throughout the. state \vi\ launch n. buyers' strike bcfi-innin; Monday, one' purpose of which Is b impress Congress with the urgen need of restoring- OPA, issued a i statement today blaminK Senate. Thornns C. Hart,, Conffreasman Jo .seph E. Talbot, and Congressman Clare Eoothc Luce for a large share of the responsibility for pres en: hlf,'h prices. John J. Drlscoll, sccrctary-treas urer of tho Stnto CIO Council, declared: 'Votes of the sort cast by Senator Hart, Congressman Talbot and Contrresswomnn Luce ave what have broueht American consumers to the present sorry pass of paying- the hlchost prices in 26 years. Mrs. Luce and Mr. Talbot have nntl-OPA records datinjr back to .1043, Senator Hart durinz the relatively short period he has been in Congress has cast many votes to rrcluco OPA'a effectiveness and shorten its life. "Mr.'Talbot apparently senses the •\njrer of the people over the pres- in 10-10 npraln as a part of Rcpubll- for governor he is claiming falsely, to have been a supporter of OPA. "Ir. June, 1013, when the Republican party made one of its cnrly attempts to destroy the usefulness of OPA, Congressman Talbot cast a series of nntl-prlce control votes. In aO'10 again as a part of Republican strategy—Mr. Talbot cast more votes against OPA, In April of this yc-ar, when the Republican party and reactionary Democrats, began tiiojr all-out attack to /Irish off price control, Mr. Talbot contributed several votes to the effort, "Mrs. Luco's record parallels Mr. Tiilbot's 0:1 many votes affecting OPA, Ini addition, the record includes Mrs. Luce's specialty of be- Ing absent on frequent occasions when the public Interest la at stnke, "Senator Hart has given full support to the program of Senator i I'nft to load the Price Control Law' vith amendments, providing higher profits for manufacturers and merchants, ;md higher costs for consumers. Since Senator Hart is Gov, Baldwin's appointee, the governoi and his Republican advisers must shore responsibility for the disservice Mr. Hart has done th people," Women's Activities—Personal and Social STYLE VENETIAN \ BLIND SPIOPPE J M S|irlii£ St., Ciilrm fllv 4 Ti.|. Xiiui,-, fill! _ Will. .l-fi.TiU i' VK1.1X WHITE FISH MARKET .lOXKJ'll fAISIt.A),, n-r,|., H SiMilh Miiln S|. fhnln-st. Mi-li-i-H'in nt Mill mill i froth wiitdr nl li.svvsl, Mui'-. cs mu vorii v U-ATIOV J lltbi-i'll, .FISHERS"" i H. .M.M.N ST. STRATTON'K RKSTAMRANT 18-20 Park Place Opi'il Diilly Tnll! | ,v • DAIJ.Y • AND m.V,\l-;iiS • A I, A CAItTK >31';,M; An rxcltlnj; ,-incl very prncticnl , school dress to Htnrl the ycnr off rij,'ht. It's r.->t a hi. tun sonn to ;/i.'il<i- Ihlv for your slx-to-Coui-teori M':lirj|ur, Koltl rinkr,-U!k makes n rlcvcr I'lnl.-ili for vok'. 1 , cuf!':i and .iklrt frlni. l.-iiu-huia P.oll t'u'.torn Nn. 1H-I2 is • li-.ilKninl or ai'/es (i, S, 10. 12 nnd I-! y.\-u-.'i. Si/f- X rcfiulro.s 2 li-S yards nf Iin ru- ri!i-lrir.h mfitei-ial; '', 1-2 '/.•Li-flu i-irkinck to trim. [''en- thin pnttr-rn, .wn'l 2, r j cents, In cnlns, your nnnif.', iiiltli-n.-ts. pat- I'crn lUunluM- HIK! slxc.- v/antod to Hai'h.'iivi f-t'cll. c.iLi'C r»f Nau^'Htuck Daily NI-W.M. I 1 . O. r;->x D<), Stntior. U. New York ID, N. Y. o'.-iul no\v Co: 1 voiir c;npy of the SU.MMKR rimup " of FASHTON — Iwinty-flvi! ccnln will hrlnf; ynu tlil:i spiirkliiii; nntl tllfforiint pnt- tc-i-.-i book for every homo sower. Spi-clully dc.'ilj-rnud piitti.-riiu, free •ilip covi-r ur.'l cirapory ln«true- tloriM, ri-ov printed pattern In the hook, i Krlea.'icc! by The Bell Syndicate, fm.-.) Announce Birth Of Daughter Mr. tind Mrs. Louis Kosko, Jr.. of Woostcr street, announce the birth of u clnuKlvtor, Nndia, July 17 nt the Watoi-bui-y hospital. MI-R. Kosko is the formoi' Mary Sjibatowlch of Watci-bury. Local Man Wedding- Usher John HaiRh of Chestnut stroot, v/iis an UBhcr nt the wedding of Fi'od KacHci 1 . 3d, of Southhury, and Miss Evelyn Mao Miller of Dsin- bury, which took place July 13 in St. James' Episcopal church, .Danbury, Helen Cignotti Wed Saturday --; At St. Francis' J Before the palms and mixed, flower banked altar of St. Francis', church Saturday morning Miss Helen Cignotti, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Cignotti, 96~'CoeQ. street, became tne wide of Stephen, Basarab, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Basarab, 188 Eust street, Walling- !ord. The Rev. George Dunn" per? 'ormed the wedding ceremony and celebrated the nuptial Mass which followed, Given in marriage bjj her fatherjt he bride was attended by MfS? Laura Simat as maid of honot.^ rod J. CigDotii served as best man,- ind ushering the guests were Wll- Jam Basarab and Alphonse Cignotti. Mrs. Helen Farrar sang "Ave Vlaria" and "Panls Angclicus.'' The bride wore a gown of point c sprit with net inserts, long asque bodice, open neckline, full ourt train, long sleeves pointed t the wrists, fingertip veil of >ench bridal illusion with scallop- d ecVje caught - from a tiara range, blossoms, and carried ouquet of white roses centero ith an orchid. Her attendant was ottired in own fashioned with a shell pin ylon taffeta bodice, double no skirt, bracelet length sleeves an sweetheart neckline. She wore net tiara with shoulder length ve ami carried a bouquet of red ross The bride's mother attended in n brown and" wnltc silk print, an' the bridegroom's mother wor green silk print. A reception for 15C was held fol lowing the ceremony at Sullivan's Inn, with out-of-town guests from New Haven. Bridgeport, Mystic WnJlingford, Hartford and Ansonia The couple are on a wedding trip in Maine, tho bride's traveling costume being a birch dress with brown and white accessories. The bride attended Naug:Uuck High school and the bridegroom attended the Wallingfford schools. Usher At Cousin's Wedding Saturday John Monroe of CHIT street, was an usher at tho wedding of his cousin, Miss Margaret Lillian Thomas of Woodbury and Thomas David Kelleher of Roxbury, which took place Saturday in Woodbury. Garden Hose Lawn' Sprinklers Charcoal Grills Pittsburgh Paint GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE 178 MAPLE STREET (Acroflg from City Bakery) Free »e«very Telephone SIM* Zwicks Honored At Lawn Party . A lawn party honoring Mr, .und .Mils. Lawrence Zwick waa held recently at theii- new home on Gorman street, with 250 neighbors, 'friends . and relatives attending. Out-of-town guests were present from Waterbui-y, New Haven and •Watervillc, •-. Mrs. Eugene" St. John and Mi-s. Thomas St. John were hostesses. .The couple was presented a purse. An entertainment was provided by Alfred Hyman. ..who presented •dance and song numbers; Thomns St. John- singing- .several Irish sonfirs, and Mrs, Alfred E. Ellis, who gave .vocal selections. Dancing was ' enjoyed by the group and refreshments served. Lobdell-Sundbye Engagement Announcement is made of the engagement of Mss Dorothy At. Sund- bye, daughter of Mngnus Sundbyo of Bridgeport to Franklin H. Lobdell, J., son of Mi-, and Mrs. F. H. Lobdell, 1-18 Fall-view avenue. Miss Sundbye is a veteran of 30 months in the WAC, and Mr. Lobdcll served with the LT. S, Navy. The wedding is planned for the near future. Methodist Group To Hold Picnic Supper A picnic supper will be served at the regular monthly meeting- of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist church to be held Wednesday evening at c o'clock ut. the home of Mrs. Nobie Fassett on Boacon Valley road. The hospitality comm'itloc includes: Mrs. Fassett, Mrs. Eutl Obst, Mrs. Sweet and Mrs. Car Peterson. Three Localites Chosen To Join Junior League! Three Naugatuck girls are among 29 from Watcrbury o.nd vicinity I chosen as provisional members for the 191G-17 Junior League of Wa- tcrbury season, it has boon an- ; nounccd by Mrs, Donald J, Posi, i president of the league. Taking the summer training s course is Anne Bristol, daughter of Mr .and Mrs. Carlton W. Bristol of Hillside avenue. ijTu-.j Polly .Austin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Clarence S Austin, 38fi Hillside avenue, and Miss Mary Chittcndcn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William M. Chittenden, GO Fail-view avenue, arc among the iprov.'CJonals to take the course in September. The comprehensive training course includes lectures, field trips, re- i rearch .and visits to social agencies. KAUCATXJCK NEWS (CONNQ. MONDAY JULY 22, IM«—PAGEJ t Spent Week In New York City Mr. and Mrs. Alfred E. Bills, 308 G. Gorman street, returned home after spending; a week in New York city. . Buells Residing In The Borough Mr. and Mrs. Sherman R. Bucll of Guilford, recently look up residence in the Glenbrook Garden ipartments, 10 Bridge street. Vacationing- In Ogunquit, Me. Mrs. Myrtle Donovan, Mrs. Mnrthn, Andrews, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Donovan are vacationing in Ogunquit, Me. Sweeneys Parents . Of Son Saturday Mr. and and Mrs. Stephen J Sweeney of Sweeney street' ;m- nounce the birth of a son, Saturday morning at St. Mary's hospital Mrs. Sweeney is the former G-cno- vievo Garrick. FOB PORT-BAITS OF DISTINCTION Phone 4720 LYLE & EARL PORTRAIT STUDIO 11 No. Miiln St. 2S Y :i!jgatucik NOT JUST TALK . . . lint a "pood ns K ol f |" Kiiurantoc;. All shirts cxcluslvolv 1 wrlms luiimlenxl are KuaranteuA a full year's weur or ropliicomout. Voiir entire family bundle receives Dated Laundered Shirt care. infr discount on Cash «& Carry Lnundryl QUALITY DRY GLEANING eerless HUDSON SAI.KS -^ SMIi firni-rnl Automotive 1 L A-U,:-Hf DltJV GEORGE R. BURNS I?-M MOTORS INC. SOUTH MAIN ST. Liquor License VENETIAN x BLINDS . 7IM.-VIJ f.'o. STfl Nn. Mnln .it. Id-lit u 'I'nillct- und Do Tlmt Yi>nrMclf! ORANGE TRAILER RENTAL SERVICE In 1'nton city llimlwtifn Hide. AUTOMATIC NAUGATUCK, CONN. 191-199 CHURCH ST. WEDDING CAKES And Other Spcclnl Baldng A Specinlty CITY BAKERY B. 1>. STOPPANr, rrop. Maple Street Telephone 307 V. F. W. Card Party Thursday A public card parly will b<> held Thursday evening, July 25 at 8:30 o'clock under the auspices of the Ladies' auxiliary of Crusader post, Veterans of Foreipn Wars, in the post rooms on Rubber avenue. Mrs. Josephine Jackson is chairman of the committee in charge of arrangements, asisled by Mrs. Haxcl Bickford, Mrs. Mabol Burke, Mrs, Mttry Rose, Mrs. Maude Lewis and Mrs, ,\lthea Lewis. A door prize will be awarded as wi.'l prizes to high scorers at each table. Local 45 Plans Meeting- Tomorrow An im|.-jrtant meeting of Local 45, URCL&PVVA will be held LO- moriow niftht at Linden Park, according: to Miss RRa Bartolomucci t secretary. HANGS SJiLF Middletown, Conn., July 22—(UP) —A pat-ont at Connecticut State hospital has hansed himself—according to officials. It js reported that William Clark of Waterbury freed himself from a_ camisole in which he was confine;? and used part of it to commit suicide. What's Doing In Naugatuck A calendar of events for today, tomorrow and every day . Tonight VFW Vicloi-y BaJl Committee Meeting. Mass Meeting: on Price Control, ^inden Park. July 23 Meeting, Local 45, Linden Park. July 24 Session To Make New Voters, Town Hall. July 25th VFW Auxiliary. Cord Party. ; July 27 St. Hcdwig's Bazaar, July 28 Waste Paper Collection. American Legion. Si. Hcdwig's Bazaar. August 11, VFW Family Clambake and Outing. Schildgren'a. II. a. m. to 6 p. m. Mexico and the U, S, arc divided by an international frontier that is ],S33 miles long. FRED'S HI-WAV GRILLE 501 South Main St Regular Daily Dinner COc up .1 La Curtc Menu Spaghetti To Takn Out uftt Room, CochUill l.aunge Full Liquor Llcenso DODGE SAI.KS — SKRVICK Hotchkiss St. Garage 47 HOTCHKISS STREET Tel. 5727 J. L, MAZILAUSKAS, Prop. WEDDfNG GIFT SPECIAL ELECTRIC PERCOLATORS — with chrome tray, sugar and creamer, CO complete d^ M. WOLFF SB CRANB ST., WTBRY, NOW OPEN! ! Jean's Knitting- Studio 30 DIAMOND STREET Telephone 3172 Knitting mill Croi-hrtllnir liiM[ru<-l!on Vurn unit C^rocln-t Miilrrhil fur >iuli- PIGGY BANKS Three Sizes \ 7 Inch 12 Inch M Inch $ $198 $350 $400! BLUE — PINK ; WHITE — RED J OR YELLOW} Opens Without Breaking } The CARD and GIFT SHOP J i SWEENEY'S i lART and STATIONERY? I STORE | ; Ncary Building Church St. J VISIT OUR 2ND FLOOR • Featuring Watcrbur.v'K LnrKCM Selection of Kiddy Fui-nJturc • FULL SIZE CKIBS • YOUTH BEDS • SAND BOXES » SWING ON METAL STAND • HIGH CHAIRS t MKTAL BABY CARRIAGES BENSON'S ISO SOUTH MAIN ST. Watcrbury ( | I | BRING IIS VACATION CLOTHES FOR DRV CLEANING EMBRUSKI '«. .llwln Si. TVO. s»«7 Uolitn Dayton Rubber Mfgf. Co. V-BELTS Every Size of 1MO - 2MO - OMO. Series in Stock! MIU.SUPM.IIS- troou ?J SAVINGS ST TE1. S-7?4i AND A c3, ft ft I WHAT arc your prospccls for Iravcling . . . seeing sights and places you've read about all your life . . . visiting cities like Berlin, Tokyo, Manila, Honolulu? If you enlist today in the U. S. Army Ground Forces for 3 years, they're excellent! For Regular Army Ground Forces troops arc stationed nil around the world. And that 3-year enlistment gives you the right to choose any of the overseas thealars which arc still open, as well as the branch of service you want to join. The life of a Ground Forces man is n life of out-of-doors adventure . . . doing interesting jobs . . . learning skills and trades that will fit you for a fine career in the Army or as a civilian. Afore than 200 different skills; and trades are laught in Army training schools today. Remember, too, that if you enlist for 3 years on or before October 5, 1946, you may have up to 48 months of college, trade or business school education after your discharge. The Government will pny your tuition, laboratory fees, etc., up to 8500 per ordinary school ycnr, pl us $65 a month living allowance ($90 if you have dependents). Since September, over thrce-qnnrtcrs of n million men have enlisted in the new Regular Army to take advantage of the splendid enlistment nrivileccs now offered. MAKE IT A MILLION! Get all the facts at your nearest Army Camp or Post, or U. S- Array Recruiting Station. NEW PAY SCALE IK ADDITION TO CLOTHING, FOOD, LODGING, MEDICAL AND DENTAl CARE, AND LIBERAL RETIREMENT PRIVILEGES Ciihlnot Kntlki $42.00 (Gt-ts All Stiitloii.t) ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY STOUE 80 WOUTH BIAJN ST. TEL. 6162 , Cnnn, Matter Sergeant' or First Sergeant Technical Sergeant • Sfaff Sergeant . . , Sergeant : Corporal Private Fir»t Class. . ; Private Starling Bo§» Pay f»r Month II65.OO 135.OO 115.00 100.00 90.OO 80.00 75.00 Mvntbfjr RetiroMNt INMIM Afhr; 20 Ywt' 30 Yttn' Strvk*. Strvkt $185.63 151.88 129.38' 112.50 101.25 9O.OO $107.25 87.75 74.75 65.00 58.50 52.00 48.75 84.3* •-••'. ' . - - ' : i ' • f ' ' Enlist -Now., af Your Nearest U. S. Army. Recruiting-' Station 36 NORTH MAIN STREET ...- Third-.Floor, r(Over Grieve, Blssot'i.;Holland, Tnc,) .WATERBURY, CONNECTICUT IN ADDITION TO COtUMN ONE OF THE ABOV6 2O% Incrtait for Strvkt Ovtntat. V 50% Incrtotf H Mtmbtr of flying or Glidtr Crnwi. 5% Inertan in Pay for Ernh 3 Yoari of S»rv/c». •Listen to "Wnrriori ol Pnicc," "Voice of the Army" "Proudly Wo Hall," Mark H :_'Hrmy Shout "Sound'OH" "Harry W timer Sport* Review." and "Spolliahf ! , ^ with Guy Lombmrdo, Htrry Jmmet, end Xavier Cufat on your radio. . 'GQ'OO .JOB' FOR YOU U. S. Army CHOOSE T n i .<•

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