The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on April 21, 1977 · Page 3
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New Interest In Veterans' Service For Vets Administrator 'Announces 30 Pro- g-rams Approved Shown Here Training •j A Mllrniilntftl campaign for tho t. of ori-the-|nb training unrlnr the C, I. HIM of .... for NiiMKiUuek and vicinity wfiM launched hole today with the announcement by Mrs Ford Will- frck of the Service for Voloivirm that notice of approval of Hu vurh proKi'finvi has hoon received through the Connecticut Veterans Unemployment and Advlnnry ComrnlM- nlcin. Mrs. Wulleek stated In announcing the npprnvnl of the on-the-Job irfxInlnK programs that lntllt:ntion>: now point to xpncdlor nation In J-Iiirtfnr'l on rfiich applications, "Wo huve boon Informed," who duUI, "thin definite progress Is be- InK mniln on tho breaking of a Ktntnwlrti 1 bottleneck on prompt approval of th';.ir programs and while \vr ."till cnnnnt i-xpoct notion In Inn:* tlnin 10 <l;iyn, we arc prepared to .submit applications for approve, ar f:isi .-IB local employers bfcomo Interested." • Mrs. Wulfock pointed out that It will not only be to tho advantage of local veterans but to em- ployoi'H and the community as n "'hole to have «a mnny on-thc-job anil apprentice training programs UH possible set up in t^ls city. "For the employer," she said, ". menns un opportunity to employ a;> u learner a veteran who has had a wealth of valuable training nnd experience In the armed forces and would riuiko tin exceptionally valuable apprentice or learner provided he could 'afford' to work as a learnor. Under a training program, the governrrjont pays him up to $GS a month If he Is .Mingle and up to $90 a month if he has dependents, In addition to what he earns as n learner. "For tho veteran, this program Hives him a chnncc to pick the kind of Job do wants to train in and permits him to obtain tuitttclent income to moot his expenses while What's Doing In Naugatuck A calendar of . events for today, tomorrow and every day . Tonight Meeting, American Legion- Welcome Home Committee Mcet- ng. Session To Make New Voters, Town Hall. July 23 Meeting, All American Veterans. Mooting, Marine Corps League. Meeting, Borough Planning Commission. Meeting, Veterans Council. VFW Auxiliary Card Party. .July 27 St. HcdwiR's Ba'/aar. Jill; ?8 Waste Paper CoUcctlon, Amcr- can L,cglon. St. Hodwlsr's BaKaar. August 11, VFW Family Clam- ! bake and Outing. Schildgon'3. II a,, m, to G p. rn. July 2D Bus Committee MceunR. Women's Activities—Personal and Social ^*«-»i»*****^**»»rf*«i< St. Paul's To Conduct Vacation Bible School A great personal time saver for you THE NEW "Y and E" WAR CHEST • Now you won'c waste time looking for lost oc mishtid papers. Index fold- cr.i keep nil papers and cards righi where you cun jsct at them in the least time. Special Inhcls and recording forms lit your individual needs. P. .'•'. tf'i un idt*l gt'/t or britttct prixt only $1.95 YOIIK l.O<:.\I. STATIONKU SWEENEY'S ST ^ T o^STORE Ncary Bldg, Church St. Naugatuck learning tho job he wants to follow." "For the community as -a whole," she added, "it means that every 100 veterans who n.re placed in training .programs will bring approximately J100.000 a year Into the community In .subsistence allowances by the federal government." It. wan also pointed out by Mrs. Wull'cck that practically any employer who hires two or more poo- pie can qualify for a training program under either the apprenticeship program or the on-thc-job program. Further information muy be ob- tfuni-d by contacting Mrs. Walfeclc at Service for Veterans or telephoning 0137. A Vacation Bible school will be conducted at St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran church, 12 Curtiss .street, from July 29 to Aug. 2 for children between the ages of four, and 14, it has been announced by the Rev O. H. Burlram, pastor. Classes will begin Jfwirtay morn ing at 9:30 o'clock, with cla?, to be held each day from that houi to 31:'1C o'clock. The school is designed on a nondenorninationa 1 btisiti. Instructors will' bo Mrs Lydia Valenti, and the Rev. and Mrs. Bertram. A Sunday school is conducted throughout the year at St. Paul's on Sunday mornings at 9:30 o'clock. The"Rev. Bertram in urging par ents to prompt their children to at tend Sunday .schools and Bible schools' has sairi, "Last year cur country paid SI,500,000,000 for crime, with more than 1,000,000 of these crimes being committed by children under 16 years of age. The i accusing linger In the majority of ultimately | these crime oases is not to be pointed at the children but at" the parents, who l.'tvve neglected thoir obligation." Riter Hughes Left Yesterday For Ohio Riter Hughes, 47<! North Main street, left yesterday for Ironton, Ohio, to be with his father who is seriously ill. Chicago Residents Return To Home Mr. and Mrs. Jot-cph Erickson and daughters, June and Viola, have returned to their home in Chicago. 111., after a two week vacation wkh Mr, and Mrs, Carl J. Magnuson, GO Carroll street. .ABRAMS VH. IJJSI Is'cw York, July 2-1 — CUPi— A for mer middleweight challenger — Georgic Abrams of Washington D. C.— has boon matched with Steve .Belloise for a 10-rounder Ne\v York's Madison Sfjuare Garden on Aug. 23. Both Bclloiso and Abrams have been campaigning successfully since getting- oat, of the Na.vy. Announce Birth Of Son Recently Mr. ur.d Mrs. Taft Mardlrnssian of New York city, announce the birth of a son, Jonathan, July 2i! at the Waterbury hospital. Mrs. Mar- dirossian is the former, Miss Eleanor Knzanjian, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Harry G, Kazanjiim of New Haven roa.d, Vacationing At Lake Sunapee Mr. and Mi-s. T- P. Lcary, 2 Fr^i cis street, and Mr. and Mrs. A, E. I Bontcmpo, 370 Rubber avenue, arc vacationing at Lake Sunapcc, N. I H. • I Visited Father In New London Mr. and Mrs. Attilio Valentin! ind children, -1-1 High street, havo been guests of Mr, ValPntini's ffUh- r, Anthony Valentin! in New London; • Offers Eyes to Vet 5 Piece BREAKFAST SETS Imoginc the charm this breakfast set will add to your kitchen! The gleaming white enamel finish is cosy to keep shining clean and the bakclitc top is heat resistant and stain proof. Extension table and 4 chairs in white with black, red or blue trim. 83 00 I'('. SKT with 'Kxlni I«'ir-,'' 1 T;>blc Sill INLAID LINOLEUM SHORT LENGTHS fc-r ^o)U, ponMr*, bflfh- roon^'v, sutn rooms, counters ond shelves. 5q. yard $ 1. Tra, Sfort Hours Daily 9;30 A. M. to 6 P. M. .Evening Appointments 9]-99 West Main St. Waterbury f.inda Oarncll Is co-,«tnrrJn<r »vlth Irene Dunne nml HON llarrl.son In tho croat drumatlc screon hit "rtiimi and thp King i>f Slain" now ('.iirrrntly slinwlnc at the Lomv'.s l-oli Striind In Wutorhury. During early cfiaBt to coast air mull i-jute.H, farmers along the onto were enlisted to bulid bon- ii-e.s to guide pilots in their first nlghl flight*. NOW OPEN! ! Jean's Knitting Studio 20 DIAMOND STRKI5T Telephone 3172 . .Mrs. Jfiia Knluknir»kS. I'mii. Knlltlni; nml Onirhi'tllnc IllHtrili-llori Viint mid (;mi>livt .Miili-rliil fur Hnlt\ REGISTER NOW J'.U.I, TKKJI IIKlII.Vs SJil'T. !> JUNIOR COLLEGE ' 2\ Contml Ave. VV'jiterbiiry A vntcrun of World War I, .James W. Todd, OS, of Detroit, is suffering from an incurable; dlseusi; nnd has offered his eyes nftor he dies to. some HiRhtlCHH vetcrun of World Wtvr If. His wife, ivlio Is worki;iff to support him, approves of his plnn to bring sight to one who will live after him. Defends Heirens i.KVjsr, wf.vn jpn nr RKKI.S tD^.i/O WEISS' Ben Franklin .Store 182 CHURCH STRTCET ,, *N»^*^*^*s*s*^ HUDSON SALES — SERVICE General Automotive Rcpnlrx B-M MOTORS INC. 80-83 SOUTH MAIN ST. Telephone C4-U. t M. Barry Keegan | 'CANDID WEDDJXG ; ' BOOKS I 108 Bank St. Waterbwry j .loiu-s Morpan BUlff. Tol. 4-,138'l war veteran, Joseph Costello (aftovo) d roommate of William Heirens at the -University of Chlnnjro, Is shown after being questioned by ChlcuRO police. Costello told the police that he-was certain Heirens wa's Innocent in the kldnnp-murder of little Susan Depnun. (International (Soundphoto) Diana Pliskin Plans Wedding ' Marriage intcntiona have been filed in the office of Town Clerk Kaymond J. St. John by Isidore Klatzkln, 18 Elliott street. New Haven, and Diana Pliskin of Mill- villo avenue. The couple plar .o be married August 11. Entertained On Sixth Birthday Donald Mullcr celebrated his sixth birthday Sunday by enter Lainlng a group of friends at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Muller, 48 Moore avenue. Among those present were: Stephen Wood, Hilary Lan£horst, Stephen Cheney, Laurcnc Koth, Carolyn Foltz, Robert Muller and the puCBt of honor. Invited but unable to attend were: Lyman Hodgman, John and Jerry Smith, Parmalee Taff and William Hlggins. NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN), WEDNESDAY, 4ULY Z4, IM*—FAOK S VFW Public Card Party Tomorrow Plans arc complete for the pubic card party to be held tomor- •ow night by the Ladies' auxiliary )f Crusader post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, in the post rooms on Rubber avenue at 8:30 o'clock. Prizes will tie awarded high scor- frs at each table and a door prize will be presented. Assisting Mrs. Josephine Jackson, chairman, will be Mrs. Hascl Blckford, Mrs. Mabe! Burke. Mrs. Mary Hose, Mrs. Althco. Lewis. Annual value of con! mined in the U. S. is greater than all other metals combined. U. S, postage stamps have not used flag emblems since 1869. Methodist Group Postpones Meeting- The meeting of the Women's Society of Christian Service of "tho Methodist church scheduled to be held this evening at the home oT Mrs. Noble Fassett on Beacon Valley road, has been postponed due to wenthcr conditions, s.nd will b« held next Wednesday evening, July 31. Dr. Wentworth In. Wisconsin Dr. Alda C. Wentworlh, local oei- teopath, who Is vacationing at Poll- can Lake, Wis., will return to her office on Church street Aug. 6. Air Conditioned Annual Summer Clearance Must Clear Entire Summer Stock \ Cottons Rayon Jerseys Crepes Spun Rayons Cape Cod Lines DRESSES Eeg. to $10.08 DRESSES Keg-, fo &I2.D8 DRESSES ]?cg. to $17.98 2 PC. Playsuits 3 PC. Playsuits Midriff Slax Sets Jacket Slax Sets Playsuits-Slax Suits En-, to $10.98 Playsuits - Slax Sets Keg-, io $14.98 Playsuits - Slax Sets Rcjr. to $19.98 Shorts Reg. $3.50 Shorts - Short Sets Reg. $5.98 69 Bathing 1 Suits Oof.ton 2 Piece RCK. to $5.!)8 Polo Shirts Reg. $2.25 Sweaters Short Sleeve & Sleeveless Reg. $3,98 $2*9 Blouses Beg. to $7.98 PRICE Cholo Coat and Long Beach Shirts Rc£. $5.98 Midriff Shorty Pajamas Reg. $.'U)S $269 Summer Cotton Skirts Reg. $3.98 .. $269 Sale Of Coats and Suits Reg. to $29.98 Reg. io $35.00 Re* to $55.00 *25 NOW AIR-CONDITIONED FOR YOUR SUMMER SHOPPING COMFORT

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