The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on April 29, 1977 · Page 8
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 8

Atchison, Kansas
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Friday, April 29, 1977
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MV E-NAVOATUCK NEWS (CONN-V MONDAY. .TOI.Y M>. 1MJL- Town Hall Committee Plans Meeting Tomorrow Beacon Falls Urgency Of Action Dwindles With Delay In Highway Construction The Town Hall If! scheduled to rneel tomorrow evening at •ihr local a. S. P.ubber onice.-i, Wll- frrt'i Kwun chairman, dialed today, further dl'-ciuwlon will bo held concerning the building of the new luwn hull. The need for nellon on thn now hall If not (is urfjenl now, BB It appealed snvcrul -.nonths affo, since It Is now known that the •talc does not Intnml to betflri ron KtruKtlon on the proposed now highway unll Sprint;, 10-17 or Utter. . Homo Unyrnond Wlnnlowii/I of Cook Lann haw returned to his home af- t«r, spending the last Hfivorul months pitching with a mlnoi league toum In tho Southern ulaU-s Mr. Wlfinlewskl IM now Kolnj; tn pilch for the local nine, the B'Hicon !"'«.! l» CniH.vlors and It Is nxpentod thin addition to Inn -iquad will mnki- n. hupn difference In their ability. An announcement was made ovc tho wcek-ond by Crnvnclnr olllclnl.» Hint Mimatf-M- Ctinrlcx Kevlt Ims ro- •ilfrnofJ from thn nc|imd. Visitor* Mm, Charlc.i J. Perry. Mm Chiii'lc!) S. Prrry and daughter, Thyllb from Stamford arc with Mm. S. Cftrrlnfrton ol' avenue. KMurntvl Homo Mrii. Kdward Vfilknmmrr nn<l dn.iiffhf.or Ann. have rotunind If f.helr horn" In Hempslnud, I.. I. fi'-l lowing a vl.-ilt to tho home <.'f Mrx Volkommnr'ii parent*, Mr, and MI-M Frank Bron.son of FeUpar iivfrnic Mr. nnd Mr.i. Nnewtrlier am! flauKhtnr.M havn rolurncd to tlinlr homo on Hnthnnv rond fnllowini; a'.' weeks* vacation at Old Orchard, Maine. Visitor* Mr.-i, Ulchm-'l VVnMnoro SenJU-UI and Miss Cathnrlne Malon- fii 1 NI-« Yoik City were rrn-nl vNUorjt <il thfi home of Mr.n, Sadie M:ilonc nn I'Vlspiir avenue. Minn Malono Is the daiiKhtor nf Mr.i. Mnloii". 15 Probably Last To Leave U. S. Lust Gin-mini prisoner of w»r to leave till* li. S,, with the cxco|>- tlon of nliniit ,'(()l> Htiattorecl In li"«- Iiltals, Is shown lioanllnjr the frrry nt I'liiriuniit, N. V., near Cun'ip ShiinUM. Tin- firry took l,;(NH prisoniTN from the camp to the shl|i which will oarry thorn liuck t" their homes In Germany. ' (IntoriiutloMiil) Bus Committee Meets Tonight With LeClair The bus transportation problem in Naugatuck will |bo discussed to- nirht by the Naugatuck Bus Transportation committee In conference wit'h Lionel LeClair, present franchise holder, in the town hall at S o'clock. • Warden Leo J, Brophy, chairman of the committee, today said he believed everything In readinesss for the meeting, wHTch probably will take place in the board of public welfare rooifis, Mr LoClair has been informed of the results of a survey taken by the committee, which Includes proposed routes and time schedules. The franchise holder may accept or reject the suggestions made by the committee, following which the matter will be presented the Public Utilities Commission for further action. Husband Of Former Local Woman Dies Friends of Mis. Mcnilall Morgan of Laredo, Texas have learr.crl of the death of hci> hushand, which occurred In the early part of the month in Washington D. C. Mr. and Mrs, Morgan, the former May E. Lyons of Naugatuck, recently' had visited in the borough for the first time in several years. They were on an extended visit in Connn.s-ticut, and with a nephew in Washington. The couple wore on their way to the railroad station in Washington in a taxi on their return trip to Texas, when Mr, Morgan was stricken with a- heart attack and died shortly afterward. (Continued from F'ugo Ono) dniK tho vlver and bring up the liut'trruiblloM. I'ollco U. I'', I.nn that I'M IfnnclrlnkM, pilot of tho fcirry, WIIH nttpniptlntr In O.I-IHH ahead of tin oil biin;n and make his lanillnK when tho accident hnr>pimr.d. Kc-n- di-lckn apparontly nil.-ijudgod (lie iijicod of tho hargo. Thn tug boat hauling tho barge upull-pam Mtrurk a motor boat which wnn pushing the furry. The tnotfir boat, was crii.thed again:it tho Hldn "f tho all-!itool forry, whloh nvpi-turniKl iilnmMt immediately, trapping tho victims In their O.III-M. Aaron Tloimn of Rldgloy, Tonn,, wan cruiwlng to Cfiriithersvlllii tn bo nun rind. IllH fiance and unotti- nr ixmplo wore with him, House kicked out. a car window >md tried to pull hlM rianco out with him. A buhhlo of nlr carried House mil. nf the car, hut liln fluncn'.i wedding tlrrtui caught on lirdknn glatis, and he lout his grip. Miss Anna Breen Struck By Car Tbr ru:in of Mr.'i. Marv Siimn.tkii, rhiii'Krcl with n violation nf the motor vrhlf'lr laws, wan rmillmicvl In hnrniieh roiirt this morning until Aii^UHt 12. Shn wii'i nrrpNtcd Sa'uiday hy Piitrfilmnn John Manlry, when an nnloniolillr, opnrntnd hy Mrs. Sam- ciikri harked Into a pedestrlnn, Mlsii Anna Ftronn of 12' VVnrd titrei'l, who wn.t crnsnlnK the iitrei'l. Mlns Ornrn wn.t for mlnnr In- Juries by Dr. William I nil. Her Inlurlen wore n-purted tn be MllRhl. I'art.i of tin' now Alaskii highway lire siirfiirpd wllh wood. Carnival Planned By St. Francis' Church A nifotlnu for the cf pre- •inrlnK' f'all ontnrtulnmcnts, will hi; held Ihfn ovonlr.K 1 , by tho mnn ind wonu'n of St, Francis' churnh, \t the meellntr, plans I'eir a earr.i- ,-al will lip illscus:ii!d. Rov. Paul F. Koatlnj;, pastor, announced today. Ttio ro.MiimlnK of parish hinffo and nlannliiK of mln.-ilrrls or play." to hu •invtontHil at CohimbUH Hall will ilho be {ll.scun»ed ut toniftlil's meet- IHK I r »ther Koalln^ urjfp.s ail men •ind wnmon of the pnrlsh to ho pu-Mf-nt at Mils Importanl p/'H-to- rethor tonl^lit. On an avora-re winter day, !t Is estimated (1.000,000 men, women anrl children Incapacitated by *t>mi' form of Illness or Injury. U. S. Envoy To Italy Mechanic Injured At Auto Races Hartford, July 20— (UP)—A mechanic Injured durinpr a midgo.t- automohllc race at Cherry Park in Avon is reported In frood condition at St. Francis' hospital. Thlrty-two-yoar-old Lc Roy TucU- er of Shelton waw hit by a car when he dashed onto the track to pick up a muffler which had fallen from another vehicle. He suffered a lacerated scalp and hruisos •>f the right leg-. Industrial Plants Pay $97,000 Taxes Approximately $97,000 was received Saturday hy Tax Collector Patrick J. McKcon from Naupa- tiick industrial plants in payment of property taxes, according to information released today. Deadline for the July property tax payments Is Thursday, August 1, after which date interest nt the rate of one per cent will be charged on bills unpaid. The tax collector 1 !* office will be open clurinK the noon .hour and from 7 to 0 o'clock oach evcninff botfinnlnp tonipht and continuing through Thursday, for thn benefit of those unable to make payments during regular ofllcc hours. Returns on the property tax bi'.ls has been "excellent," Mr. McKeon has K.-iid with many residents pay- ins both the July tax and the one duo Dec. 31. Waste Paper Drive Nets Over 35 Tons More than 85 tons of waHtc paper wore collected yesterday in a seven and a half hour torouph canvass by 20 trucks manned by members of Naupatuck American Leirion post No, 17, it has been announced by Joseph C, Raytkwich, jr. chairman 'of the drive committee, The collection was termed successful, by the committee which stated the pnpcr will bo sold to Albert Brothers in Waterbury, and the receipts used for rehabilitation purposes in the borough, It is expected a similar drive will be held within thiv.e months. Longshoremen Ask New Contract By September 30 (By United Pres.s) The nation is faced with the threat of a new shipping strike, The CIO longshoremen—Harry Bridges' union—have voted to walk out on September 30th unless a nuw contract is signed by then. And the longshoremen have been promised the support of the six other unions belonging to the Committee for Maritime Unity. Two months ago, during the lasC ship-1 ping dispute, Bridges warned _ his I men would walk out at TTic expira- j tion of their contract unless their; wtigos were increased. | Other unions also Intend asking • for wage Increases if prices con- ] tlnue rising. In Chicago, ar. organ-1 Uation of "independent unions, the j Confederated Union of America, serves notice that it will demand higher wages to keep up with the increasing cost of living. Remove Victim From Wreckage Chairman Marine Committee Meeting Tonight Chairman Richard Payne today announced I hat a special mcatinjj of the committee srrarpins: the first dance of tho Naucatjjck Valley Detachment. Marino Corps LofiKUO will meet toniKht at 9 o'clock at The News oflice. Plans will he discussed for the be held Saturday r.iffht fit Linden Park. Bailey Cook and his Molody Masters, a well known mu- ;ucal unit and particularly popular with the younger set in the lower vn.Wcy sections, will p'.ay for the clones. AM.slNtnnt Scori'lury (if Slate Jimii'.s O. Dunn (aliiivo), iifi, Ims hron nmiiliwlrrl by rrosldriit Truinan, u.s jvnilinssadur to Itjily, Dunn will sur-cccd Aloxiindcr C. Kirk, another litiiK-tlmc <liplo- niiit, who I-4 on loiivr In tin- trnlt- o(l Stiilrs prior tn Ills rotlroiliont. (Inlcrnntlniml) You Shouldn't Need Glasses To See That "NEWS CLASSIFIED" Can Help You Out With That Advertising Problem TRY IT OUT AND SEE. PICK UP YOUR PHONE AND . DIAL 2228 Marines Release Corp. Gentile Corp. Francis Gentile of the U. S. Marine Corps, son of Mr. and Mrs. Silvio Gentile, 382 South Main street, recently was discharged from the sorvloc at Great Lakes. A member of the air force for three years, he was stationed al Hawaii and Midway. I Spencer, Lewis Street Lots Sold A lol on Spencer street has been sold by Daniel J. Quir.n to Grace R, McGurn according to a warranty deed Illed in the ofllcc of Town Clerk Raymond J. St. John. Another deed filed in the office shows a small lot on Lewis street has been sold to Bertram nnd Irene O-endi'on by Irving O., and Ida A. Slncurbox. Funeral Of Miss Heintz Saturday The funeral -of -Miss Rosalie Hointz, 81, a frequent visitor in the borough until a few years ago, who died Thursday In Meridcn, was held Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Plato Funeral Home, Morldcn. Mrs. Barbara Tuthill, Mrs. Rosalie Travcr, both of Naugatuck, and Max Kraft of Watct-bury, cousins of Miss HclnU, attended the servlocH. Mrs. Minnie Almond of Millville, also a cousin, was unable to be present. Bearers were: Frederick Tuthill and Claude Travcr, both of Naugatuck. George Kraft of Waterbury, Walter Brown of Plainville, Walter Minkwit-/. and Alfred Morse, both of Mcrldcn. Church Interior To Be Painted Tho interior of St. Michael's Episcopal church will bo painted in Ihc nOfir future, according to information received today. T./umber to be used for the starring was delivered this morning by the W. J. Mcgln, Inc. REARS FISH Hfi.rtsville, Mass. CU P)—Maybn ho tlidn't catch the biggest fish of the season or win any fly- cnslinc; championships, but C, Roland Mitchell is some fisherman Just the same. ]n tour years ns superintendent of the Federal Fish Hatchery hore. he has reared 1,434,071 trout, weighing ,12,219 pounds. TO niC ARRAIGNED Crtillford. July 29—(U P)—Two Now Haven residents will be presented In town court today on charges of obtaining money under failKo pr?tor.scs, Ststc polico said these being-, hold arc Edward Miller and Pa^quale E. Fusoo. They arc charged with obtaining $100 for an advertisement -which polico said never appeared in print. TIT1EVES FALL OUT Hnrtford, July 20-(U P>—Seven persons, four of them juveniles, are being held in connection with a scries of. thefts from Hartford business establishments. Considerable of the loot has been recovered, according to police. Authorities said the roundup of suspects came anout when some of the members of the gang stalled stealing from each other. Ready To Quit HEADS 40 AND 8 Bridgeport, Ju'^ 29—(UP)—Raymond Congdor., of Bridgopoi-t has boon elected Grand Chief De Gare of the Forty-and-Elght — a subsidiary -Di-ganlzatlon of tho American Legion. Conpdon succeeds James Du Bols of NO.W Haven. Mrs. Mildred Hassett Day of Enst Norwalk was named head of the Women's auxlllniy. Tunisia is about the same size as New York state, and has about 750 miles of coastline. Reliable sourccN report that President Hlglnlo Morlnlgo (above) of Paraguay had nsked permission from the armed forces to re- nlg-n anil lenve the country. Morl- tjigo'H ontlro. cabinet nlBo presented their reslffnatlonK. (International) Thibodeau Studio JOHN BREEN, chuirmnn of the committee iirr:inffin K NiiugutucU's Welcome Home program, has called a meeting for Wednesday night at 8 o'cloc'U In thn court room. A sub-committee will go to Now Haven tonight to make arrangements for fireworks to be displayed the evening of September Z. Push Button Plane Needs Only One Push NL-W York (UP)— An automatic flifrht controller— o:- n. "push-hut- ton" system— assisted by soccndary cor.lro'l devices is enublinpr Douplas C-5'l Skymas'.ers to make blind take-offs and landings. The new development, according to Ihc Ball ami Roller Bearing Information Center here, differs from Ihc robot piano since the full automatic flifiht is performed jn a plane without a "mother ship." For example, it is possible— with Vie automatic flifi'ht controller— for a. plane to take off hy "push- hJtton" • and reach a. destination without further manipulation of any controls. The device regulates tho plane's altitude, send.-; the plane into glider range, operates the landing (rear and when the plane touches the run way the throttle automaic- ally cuts back and the •brakes are applied automatically. The only manual operntion performed consists of pushing a single "Hilton which activates the auto- natlc flight controller. Specillca- lions of the Army's air materiel command called for special antifriction bearings prccision-smoolh- e <.\ to 10-l,000,OOOtliK of an Inch. Operator Fined $100 In Court John Baranauskas, r>2, of 347 North Sprin K ' street, charged with opcratincr a molor vehicle while under t-hc influence of liquor, was. fined $100 in Borouph Coui't this morning, with $50 of the fine being suspended. Mr. Biiranauskas was arrested last week by Patrolman Charles Clark. Other cases heard this morning by Judge Martin U Caine. were: Fi'uiici.sco Olivnii-n,. 53 Monroe sireot, Newark, New Jersey, aT-rost- cd Sunday evening for passinpr stop light, driving without license, by Patrolman John Hanley, fine $10: Edward Caporossi, 107 Star .-.Ircot. New Haven, passing red light, $5 fine, Officer Hanloy. Personnel Head For 43d Division Hartford, July 20—fU Pi-Major Frank' J. Yols of Hartford has been named assistant personnel officer in the -13rd National Guard division. • Yots . served in both European and Pacific theaters of war with tho 07th Infantry division. He i,« now employed In the personnel de- lin.rl.mont of the Whiuiey Chain and Manufacturing company. Since 1930 the number of home owners in the U. S. has increased hy 3.500,000. Approved G. I. Training ., TALI, TI5li..M lll'KNS IN SBI'TKMItKK Uinitrd Knrnllnn-m THE PEREY SCHOOL Watorhur>- Too Late To Classify WANTED—Man to worli nlght.s in office. Independent Cnb Co., lOfi So, Main St. All Americans Meet Tonight The All-Amcricnn veteran.-! will meet tonight, R p. in. a!, the local Y. M. C. A., Comm.'inder Rnnert. T^awlor announced today. Ticket re- 1 , , turns for the recently-conducted dance at Linden Park Hall will be received and the group will make -Jieir plans for tho coming V-J Day, Welccim'.- Home celebration to be held Sept. 2. CONTINUANCE John Kiernan, 11. of 230 Meadow street, arrested in Watorbury yesterday, following an accident, on South Main street, was granted a. continuance of two weeks in Waterbury City court this morning. Our Diamonds a r o oar Ift a (I fo r co for. v your ^uarantvo of nonA liuo quality T your AHfturnnce ox t atiilaction WILLIAM SCHPERO 180 CHURCH ST. NniipiUuck, Conn. ROOFING ROCK WOOL INSULATION COMBINATION STORM SASH Valley Home Improvement Co. COK. MAIN AND COLUMBIA STREETS. ANSONIA PHONE DERBY 17X9 OUT OF TOWN CAIXS REVERSE CHARGES! IITAKUSHED 1 I II TRAVEL THE HARTMANN WAY AND SEE THE WORLD OF GOOD LUGGAGE ON ITS WAY IN THE BEST OP COMPANY. Hartmann luggage carries the Hallmark of quality, smartness and utility — wherever travelers fore-gather whose luggage graces the occasion, the Hartmann label is sure to grace the luggage. From the feminine poudre kit, Parisian in conception at $21—to glorious Ward trunks at $100— and everything between- Luggage tax additional. TIARA VERMOUTH (Swcot or Dry) 98c J. K. STORES CUT RATE, LIQUORS, WINES, BEERS S96 IT. Main St. Tel. 4979 Free Delivery Anywhere In Borough LARGE PICNIC JUGS $4.49 ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY STORE 30 SOUTH MAIN ST. TEL. 6162 NaiiKTituck, Conn. ill To Save a definite portion of your Income, and stick to it! More and more people are learning Hie value of planning for financial security. Build a. reserve fund- protect your fnTuily with ] Savings Bank Life Insurance, a combination that will help you face tho future with confidence-. We will help you work out a plan. NAU6ATUCK SAVINGS BANK 1870 SEVENTY HFIH ANNIVERSARY I94£ ALL DEPOSITS 'FOLLY GUARANTEED -- Gr6dt Oak rann * j ^ N<m.h w^n st. union city 1 OXFORD RO-VD Tel. 5M9 '<• J Gus KUniaszeWKkl, Prop. O.VFOKU itUAtf *.„„„<• ? xxv h:,vo vnur favorite news- fc PERFECTLY PASTEURIZED ; MILK nnd CHE.\SI Dfllvrrj- To All I'lirm «f WATCH FOR OUK NEWLY \ REXOVATEH STORE'S » GRAND OPENING! » CORNER CANTEEN 5 392 No- AliUn Stro^-t * "Unm" Tfllrrkii. rrop. ^ EDDIE'S Corner Spring & Diamond St*. GROCERIES - VEGETABLES FRUITS - ICE CREAM SODA FOUNTAIN SERVICE Free Delivery Tel. 491D Edwnrd vfnslimicknn, Highland Package Store \ !»3 Highland Avo. — Tel. Anthony Farr:ir, Trop. FREE DELIVERY All PArts of Nsufjuluck Try NEWS Want Ads.— They Brin(f Rc»ult». Gus KlImaszewKkl, Prop. . have your favorite newspaper, niajrnsine or other periodical. NflUGflTUCK COAL COSTS! WITH THE HONEYWELL PAMPER CONTDOL BT inntallino thu Honoywill EUclrie Jcnilor Hompor control you can •a" up 1o 30% on your coal bill. Think who! 1hi« »a»ino: moom d uric 9 juit ono hoatin? BoasoD. Wo horo Elnclnc janilon in »<ock now. Call u* today, boforo th« aupp'.y J« voa«. lor lull inlormation. The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 87 CHURCH ST. PHONE 5236_

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