The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on April 19, 1977 · Page 4
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Atchison, Kansas
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Tuesday, April 19, 1977
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TAOK 4-NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.) TUESDAY, JULY 23. Do You Remember? ITom the Files of the Naugatuck Newi ffifce JSatlp Telephone. 222» and ZZgt^ SUBSCRIPTION RATES TUKHUAY, Jt'LY 23, _ Safety At Sea Wince H'42 the Bureau of Marine Inspection imil Navigation lias fune- tlom ,| (l s part of the Coast (luard. Tins !, as hoi.!, u logical and successful ar- nu.germ.nt because of the natural km-hit, of the two orguni'/.atio,,H. 1 rosidont Truman's plnn for rcoi-ani/mg government agencies provides that the bureaus status be made permanent. The marine- inspectors are primarily n salVty group. Tl is their duty to keep up u continual pro-ram of inspect ion of a American vessels, from pleasure craft , 1IU 1 fish tugs to the latest passer^ Khips and CHI-KO carriers. They also examine all seamen 'and vessel otUcors to determine their qualifications tor carry- in" out shipboard duties eompetent!y._ The Coast Guard maintains the aids to navigation, the lighthonsrs and channel markers, to guide shipping and it a vessel is ill distress for any reason, it is ,, P to the Coast (luard !•• do the rescue work. The protection of lives and prop- ( .,-tv on navigable waters of the I'niled States is the first, responsibility ol the Coast Guard, ' , When tlio work of two agencies dove- tnils so closely, it seems to coordinate them in one orgaui/alion, imcl thus () |,viate any necessity for duphcatmg ,|.aff and working facilities. The svartime record of these two has indicated thai mnkiii" their present, relationship permanent, wmilil Li- iu the interests of govrrn- nu'tilal fcenorny and efficiency. Profits And Taxes I'rol'ils aeei-niiig. to business during HMfi were h-ss than the giivermcnt^got in Ilis^s. [>nvnt(M>\vm<rship's net profit was. m'romitl numbers, nine hill'mn. Tin; gov- crnmiMit's "take" in (axes was 11 billion. This is from Henry -\Vallacc_ in the Snr vey of Current Businuss published by the Department (1 f Commerce, hi the two previous vi-nrs private In'isiiiess fared corre- spond'ti^gly worse than the government, [11 ll)4.''i, (axes amounted In 1:"> billion, profit note quite 10 billion, In 1944 taxes wetv 14 billion, and profit to industry a little under that, of the previous year. What the article calls the "net peace lime earnings" is a little over one billion, the average of profits made in 1030-.'59, a depression periodn>uriu,g this time government tax returns were almost^ three times industry's profit, or .'1.0 billion. These statistics from (.lie Commerce Department seem to contradict the popular belief that industry stored up n t»^k log of profits without regard to public welfare, From the above it would seem' that increased pay to workers is not possible without corresponding rise in price of products. Youth Prepares A six-week " Kueampmenl for Oit'r/en- Hliip" is beiiiK conducted at Kiverdale, N. V. It is attended by .15'> young men and women, 17 to 'JM years of age,^from HO states. The project, tlio I'irsl of five minimi gatherings, is sponsored by tlio Society of Kthical Culture. Students have been selected for their interest in promoting democratic living and their capabilities for leadership in their communities. Among them are a theology student from Indiana, a veteran from the lOnropean theater, a 22-year- old girl who is shop chairman in a garment factory, a Japanese-American mcfli'' cnl student, u Ncjgro miner from Pcnn- sylvnnin, n naval veteran, a woman teacher in a rural school, nnd numerous college students. After living together and learning together, these Americans from varying walks of life will contribute in practical and valuable ways to the well being of thoir country when they return to their liomes. 20 Years Ago Attorney Clayton L. Klein of Church street vacation«d at Bear Island, Bantam Lake, Miss Mario Murray of Manners avenue spent a vacation In Boston. o—O—o 30 Years Ago Miss Pauline Keeling of HlllsiUu avenue visited Miss Irene Nystrom of Bristol. o—O—o Misi Bertlna Peck of North Main street vacationed with Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Dextruge of Plants- vine. Around The Clock CAREER GIRL Ilo-hum! The alarm clock rings- Til just turn over—what's that. ••Hurry now put on your thins*. H.'ro'.s your breakfast, here's your hat . Ani.1 that Is how tho day begins. I sit at my desk and whack the keys ' Till pain miK'K at my shoulders And stiffens my back and ^*' And tho hours drag unt.l it s five When I find I urn scarcely still ullvu. But now I can play' and have a good time, <ln I nowder my nose and. go to meet My "Date"' who'lf bn waiting down the street. We'll eat and dance or .go see a pay And then I can really call it a day! So tomorrow and tomorrow, always the same " Til go 0.1 playing this endless game, TJn'il I drop beside the way— 01- losin/heart, go jump in the buy- When my "Date" must seek Church street is deserted today. Not because of any mass exodus for vacations , or anything quite so dramatic as an. evacuation, but merely because it's ram-, ino- It's pouring so hard, that we've only run across the street three times to get cokes today, instead of our usual six. . . . Talked to one of the local butchers today, a fellow who runs an independent market He said that for him the meat situation is growing continually worse When he tried to buy a side of beef recently, the meat packer wanted to charge him 5100. This patriotic fellow said "no dice and didn't purchase the choice morsel. Reason' He had no wish to saddle his customers with the prices which the wholesalers are demanding for products these days. Bill Baxter lias ;jnst concluded his vn- c-iition, wliich lio spent here and there C'o«t of B'luc Cross hospital coverage ROCS ,,p'September .1 Mr. and Mrs. Bong Cock-rot'l will move into their new Glcn- tlalc Manor home this week. . . . Seen washiiiLf windows in the same clovelop- ni(.,it:Mr. and Mrs. Art Taylor. ...They \VI hi: mdvinj? in thi^ week also. Jack Kingsley and Ed Farran are back from their tour of New England and p?M of Canada Jack's car came back without a top but otherwise she ran like a c harm Are you saving your papers for the July 28 collection by the American Legion? The boys are going to canvass the town in one sweep—and all proceeds go for rehabilitation work. Little is said about, their office these davs but two of the busiest girls in town are Adelaide Clayton and Hcdwiga ill of the draft hoard. Despite all the food inconveniences tJiero .,' ) . < 3?|n, > ,cno i iigli_ j ^qocl nourishing ; oufaTJies ito'go around. '" % Mr, and Mrs. John Cheplick are telling some great stories about fishing in Topsfield, Maine They returned to the borough Sunday after a week's vacation that took them as far as New Brunswick. .... Jack Rado, Augie Mariano, Jack Mariano and Merwin Packer were among the boroughites seen recently at Lake Waramaug. Hold your hats, kids,,hot dogs arc now selling for twenty cents in one local diner. ". . . . Kd McGrath has taken to raising a moustache since taking his two weeks vacation. . . . Very becoming, Kclward. All that hustle and bustle around High street is merely a sign that the Montanari-Rado post boys are getting everything set for their big field day August 4 at Linden Park. . . . Joe Triano is busy lining up boxing matches for the day. . . . Tom Fitzpatrick is back from Madison with a fine coat of tan—and a bigger cigar than ever before. .. . George Ffoehlich is slightly hoarse today because of all .the talking he did yesterday. George toured the town with a sound truck, calling attention to the buyers 1 ineetirig'at" Linden Park last nigtit;' A THREAT TO : _PEACE_ & ''SZJy-'-'S'. WALTER WINCHELL Coast—To—Coast (Copyright, 1948, by Th« Hearst Corporation) SALVOS or A SCBSTITOOTER Meet the Average All-American Drunk: He is married and has; jlig-htly over one child:' he is pen-. Pnilly'o. professional, man, most.oft- n a salesman; he began drinking heavily after 25 and is now around 35- he DHS had three years of hif,h school; he drinks .whiskey, cares little for beer, wine or gin; he is native-born and 84 per cent of-him comes, from 'cities, -whereas only 02,1 per cent of .Americans live- m towns of over 5,000; .he earns $4.000 n yea-' • .34- times'as many physicians 'become dypsomaniacs as do. bartenders; architects, m en brokers, bankers and executives are heavily represented;. Corners and catUcmen are notJar I behind; there are as many college itradimtes as there are grade graduates (the latter does not include those' who had any hiRh school -uitloiO; only 14 per cent arc single, 1 ner cent widowers, 4 per cent dj : voreed men; since 1939, the Cancer point" has move'd down from f he 40s into the 30s .'...These arc the latest finding of the Keeley Institute, America's most famous institution ministering; to alcoholics.. When Supreme Court Justice- Robert Jackson turns in his rcslR- n-itlon as Insiders feel ..certain ne will, President Truman will appoint his old friend, Warren Austin, Senator from Vermont, to succeed him. Sen. Burton .Whecleo, bon.teii:in the Montana primaries, will become a member of tlie Federal Communications Commission, »t SUO.uiro, same salary he Is now drawing. .. Attornc* General Tom Clark hns supcrccded his assistant. J. Matthew Woll, Jr., as prosecutor In the Tamo* C Petrillo test -cnsu. Woll is tho son of the vice-president of the Ameolciin Federation of Labor, with wnlch Pctrillo's union Is ii«t»- ated. At the request of Kep. Clarence Loa, author of the antl-re- trlllo bill, Woll was relieved and Rohert Pratt, trlnl specialist In the criminal dlvjslon of the Department of Justice, have taken over. The Ru««r,el Grouses' are expecting their first baby in January. Grouse Is 53....Steve Ellis, who broadcasts the Giants, is try- Ir.R to get to first base' with Louise Carlyle, who sings on ABC .. .Dick Stabile and Mnry Kirk Brown don t »vun try to hide it any more MozQlle Brllton, beautiful widow of Alan Dlnehart, ' will undergo the knife to remove the scars from that auto accident. . .Kathryn Gray^ son and Tony Martin harmonizing on nnd -off, . • —O— , ' • -I Billy Rose's sister, Polly, under the name of Paula Rei<l, being tested by 20th Century-Fox \lc Mature'* latest enamorata—Nancy Guild An East Coast governor has written four tunes and brines pasties to the Ambassador Hotel supper room, whereupon, Jules Lande's band has to play them all. They're pretty awf ul.'... Crooner Jeiry Wayne, who a few years ago was on the Hit Parndo; ls_on the comeback trail, playing vaudeville and aiming «t a network, in the Fall James Barry,-..who..Is -a singer (not a sports,.prophet)'_by profession, has .dedicated ••>.bis; arrangement of "DarkV'.Eyes.V.. •to Taml Mnurlello Th'e,.nrja.nnfc'er: of a high-Class-East Slde.'ttbtrl |g out,; and so Is one of bis -..'•pretty; ...em- ployes; the old, old stuB A...'. Kath-; ryn Duffy, who stages the. «how_K,.at the Bclmont- Plaza Gin-* ••'Hat;.- l>fl» a certified checkfor $100.000: from- an old hometown' '-friend 1 Jn'VQklft- horna City, to start-a bttntooljt;<orva; Broadway .shovKJ'.'.V'?.^• '.;• '•"••''••".•':••' Never ,iii, American History has I there been such an over-enrollment in the journalism courses of American colleges,,'This is due in a measure to the great ixumber of tyro newspapermen who got a whiff of ink on the hundreds of service, sheets, most of them -conducted by -young men who had comparatively limited experience themselves. .. .It was a nice, preferential assignment. In' uniform, and many of .the boys who would have looked, forward to working in the corner grocery or getting a job in the filling station, came out embryo •editors ... Most professionals are Inclined to sneer at' college-trained j beg-inners.' . . .This old-timer never had the advantage of studying his calling from text-books. . .He came to work at 4:30 a. m, one morning In Chicago, and nt 7:30 thut morning he climbed over two corpses to snatch a photograph off a bureau in a gas-filled room....But he is still-not-convinced tha.t journalism 'courses are'futile. He has worked with u. number of crackerjacks who cubbeil on campuses; 1 also, of course, a great many 'more who didn't. .. In any event, 1 ,a course in •journalism is far more: practical, .even if it never leads''to a means of livelihood, than .the', straight academic, cultural'routine which has -.turned.-out so -'many securities salesmen'.* ' '•'•• ".'. ;• '''..'•'"' .— O—." . ' • -Among, the Useful 1 Topics shoved down my throat In school was "po- 'Iltlcal -.eQonpiriy." That seems to •*ay«j,. - Kone!-. Into" the discard uncV Is now^pcheraliy referred to as "economics',','..": .But ,the study of "political economy" was hot stuff where I got my higher education, In Chicago.... Out there. In those- days, "political economy" meant—"Don't buy any more votes on election day than you need." —O— It Keeps Right On—-Bonita Granville seen with Producer Jack Wrather .. ,R u ss e 11 Arms with Mnrtha Vlckers on hk arm. . .Al Seigel, the "discoverer," in a corner at El Borracho every evening wth. Virginia Gilmason, who divorced one of the Vanderbilt tribe '..Hal Hoi-ton, the singer, with Tina Elk, the model. .. .Jo Stafford and Pete Law/ord in rhythm, like their names. .. .Elly Marshall, of the Copauobfina, and Huntington Hartford, who knows his groceries, a nice package. . .RKO's Ira Marals drinking 1 in the charms of blonde Lee Edwards: " —O— There will be a. Waldorf-Astoria 'built In Beverly Hills. Yep, by the original New York management.. The locality could use a dozen more first-class hotels. .. .The mob hoys, who own Las Vegas, Nev., tind who are frantically buying up hostelries across the map nlso plan one out there.. .And the Hollywood studios niay get together and pool the jack"'*or still another ,so chey'H have favilltleN 'for housing their visiting^ exhibitors, execs, stars and 'officials, as well as providing cocktail-rooms and banguet-halls, which .are non est In tho ffuti cnvlons. •;•••'•;• -. '.,'.:;' . — o— '. And what, can one of those underwater pens wrltey-except a rub- .ber check? . " . • , '«: —O— "- • - : WALTER. WINCHTELL'S. column will bo resumed on his rc- {•;turn,, Sept.-1; t>uring.,jfiiis absence ,- Jack ialt's' column will appear n r : this spiicej every' day•'oxcent- Sat- IT'S TOO HOT To Do Your Own Laundry— Memorize or Write Down This Number CALL WAT. 4-4106 AMERICA f^ I.M'MUt* •IB^^^"^^^ Dayton Rubber . Mfg. Co. V-BELTS Every Size of 1MO - 2MO - OMO Series in Stock! 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WHAT is mumps.' Nearly cv erytwdy can-remember having had tt at some time or other during childhood but few know much £"ut It 'except Ihot it «««» painful, and sometimes laugh vokinc swelling of tho jaws. Not rn^ny '^ izc thal "" m on disease is really a " flamnmtion of two little which' lie Just in front of and slightly below the car, or that it Is only one Of the many disorder which can-afflict them. These jjln-nde are called the parotids and it is their business to make the secretion known as saliva which Is carried through little ducts 10 the mouth, where it is then mixed with food, to bring about the first step in digestion. In addition to acute infections such as mumps or epidemic parc- there is occasionally seen £ condition known as surgica mumps. This consists essentially o! an abscess- of the parotid gland und it follows some surgical con- di.tion, such as appendicitis. Moreover, these salivary glands may also be subject to chronic or long-continued infection. Turr.ors may develop in the glands, themselves, or around them. Stones may foi-ni in the parotid glands. Sometimes the duct which leads from ,he gland to the mouth may be Blocked. . When A chronic disturbance of he parotid glands occurs which iroduccs pain and swelling, before i-entment is carried out. it ia | m . >oit«-nt to determine just what lisorder is present. According to Dr. Theodore E. Beyer of Denver, one method which IB helpful in making a diagnosis Is a procedure called slalography. This consists of Injecting Into the duct of the gland a sub«tance called lipX>dol «nd then taking an X-ray of the gland. In this X-ray will be Been the outline of the ducu in the giand and the gland Itself. This procedure Is easily carried out and there are no dangers in It. When such X-rays are taken it will help to show the size and posi- tlon of a stone if one is present. Dlii'onic inflammation of the gland ilso can be diagnosed. It is also ,ossiblo to tell a tumor in the gland tsclf from one which may be located around the gland. It also win hcln -to tell the difference between a tumor which is not dangerous .nd one that is malignant or cancerous. If it Is found that a malignant tumor is present, an immediate operation should be carried out and the tumor removed. Such malignant tumors grow rapidly and produce pain. (Copyright. 19-16, King Features Syndicate, Inc.) Plastic Life Belts for Children to 14 Yrs. $1.98 Plastic Rings $2.79 BEACON KIDDIE CENTER n GRAND STREET Watcrbury VENETIAN BLINDS in Sloolc'. Three U»7 Dfllrerr. LEBON'S VEHETIABt OL1ND CO. {70 Ha. Main St. T*l. S-7S31 BOUGHT .SOLD Rent a Trailer and Do That .Job Yourself! ORANGE TRAILER RENTAL SERVICE TKI.KI'HOVE .V»iira<u<'>t 306K OHIor in Union City Uurdwari- llld >; STYLE VENETIAN j : BLIND SHOPPE * 5 85 Spring St, Union Clty t Tel Naug. Gill — Wat 4-9526 ' FELIX NAKDELLO, Mgr. 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