The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on May 5, 1977 · Page 3
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 3

Atchison, Kansas
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Thursday, May 5, 1977
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Swearing In Three-Man Price Decontrol Board Social And Personal fn it hrlcf Ofii-i-inony at the Kwlrrnl HI-.HI.I-VI> Ikmril TJlilldlnjf In Wellington, inctnliurH of tin- now throo- miin ITlcc Decontrol llonrcl i»rn Hwnrii In hy V. S. Siiproinr Court .Ju.sticti HIIRO (Yighty. They nre| (left to rli-lit): (infirifn Mfiicl, Uiiytun, O,; Koy I., T>ioin|:.t<in, Nctv Orluiui.i, La,;; Uitnlul W. Boll, Wasli- Ink'ton, f), C,i nr, John StcclinOii, Director nf Wur Mohlllxutlnn und Reconversion, holdln;* the hihlo uuod In thi« riirmnony. luul .f<i«tlri« Itlmslt, iYIciul, Tltoiniwoii «nd Unll lire tin; mombi.T.x of thi» board, Or.r, of the flrat |inilili<m« fiiclriK them IH Unit of ri'Htnrlnif a miliKldy on flour IIH Mm imw prlco control law MUK landed culling* un Kriiln through Au»;inL 3I>. On this division hlngon tlio quostlon of scrapping [irlco controls on brcud, (Intcrtmtloniil) Former Curtis Home Being Moved Back For Highway Beacon Falls Twenty-Four . Local Rcsl. clonts Selected For Possible Jury Duty Thi 1 linnjio ut tin' Hi-mi nf North Muln "ill'"".!, formerly owned Town Cl"rl( [I'ITI| (Jui'tl.'i, l'i !>"lru irtnvctl lim:l< tn nmKr way I'm 1 tin lil(,-M»'/iy to /»• |ni.'ih'"fl t)irou;;)i ni'Xt yflm 1 . Thf flfutr flUI not. wi.Mh to ri I In.- C.'urll.'i home, iliu- lo llir tvvf ccmnnt lnifr-M which li:iM burn nn- ronchi'M Ifi tin 1 Ki'fHirul In b»cl< of Ihn tinrnn Ihut .uijipurtcd (hi- lnirUn of tin 1 old trulli'y lin'-.j. Tb<- ci'm"fit hu.-ioi worn n.-rii'ivnl flurlnjr month nnfl fhn linm" IM hrlnir IT''- (mipd fnr movlnj; now, At Ml, Miir,v'-< MCM Arthur I livcl<i'H nt l-Ili:hliiriil nvnii" IM n pJitl/'/it (it .SI, AI»ry';i 'Jl On .Iiinirs I, l-it TwiTily-fciiir lociil riMidriitu wi-rn I'li'liidi'tl fm th" Jury ll.-it dcliM'toil t'.v (tic Jury I'liniinlHMltini'i'!) Tor New Itnvrn rrnirily. Tim ll«f «'((» (in- nniinci'd yc'.tcrilny by Wlllhim A. Hl-i'i, clni'lt of tin 1 Sii|H'i|iii Cmut. Tlif imr.-iiih'i tirr: Mr.M. Kw Icr J. Alli'ti, Mrs, r.nri'ttii Itinikiil., Mm. I'.liincho I 1 !, l.'.rennun, Milton f'MiTltiiflnn, l''rri| C, Ciirtlns, M|-n. lfr.|(.n <"'. Diiiilnn, Mr.H. It/irrl"! M, Kv'uui, MlMM Kiirrlrtt [ i. Krlc-U, \VI1- Iliun r>. CiHlln::tii-i, Mm, f.'hiir- |i>tln Hrlwi Mr. 1 . Klli-ri I'J. Henry. O.'ie/ir ,r. JobiiMon, VV'illlnrn If. John'(ion, Arthur f.'. .Innrsi, \Vlllltiin ,f. f«cp, Mr., Mr.i. I'Idllh M ,M, Mf:- Cn'ovnr .Mc.'i. M.-i.UI'bi T. Ncttleton. Mrn. (Jrnf" (,. Clr-hti'i-, Henry Miihmllv:, Milton '('. r-irhiiiK/. ,/oliri ,f. Hinlih. Henry ,f. Snilllihiui'iler, i-thcrrniin n. fdni'lcrr. nnd ( 1 rl;if|un P. Vllllil'l. .Avvnrderl Conipi'iiwitln/i A (uivriif-nt of .J What's Doing In Naugatuck A ctvlcndar ol events foi today, tomorrow and every day TONIGHT VW«t Sld<! Community Club. Mrirlno Corps Iii'fiKiir* Mecllrtp, August 2 Mnrlnn r,rnxun Auxiliary, Amor- Iriin l.r>;i(in Homo. Miirlru- Coi'pu I.o;iguo Dance, Lin- (I'Mi I'nrk. I 'oat Field Puy hlndon L'tirU. fiolcl .Star !'o;it iMmitln Ant;, li llonrcl of VV/uxlon nnd Aiiff, K .......... Pin n n Injr CcimnilMHlon. Anicust 1 1 VKVV Ii'iimlty Clanibalip find Online;, Schlldjr"li'M. 11 n. in, to (i p. rn. COMI'KN.SATIOX C'liinponMfitlrjn CommlH.slonei 1 Hurry Kru.'i'Mv ye.-itordiiy iipprnvucl pay- men', nf SH7.2K wcnkly to Chestci 1 .fnnn.t. VViitPi-liiiry, hy thu N«U(;IL- tuf:lt Chnmlniil Dlvi.slnn. U. S. Rub- dor company, br;ff I n n i n«- July 20, (tiv liiuoriitlon:i und fiacture vif tho rlKht Index flnjjet-. ed yn.'itnrdny to ICdwurd Murlln by till] VV, ,/, Mn>;ln, Fur:., .Vniifc-fitiick, In .inttknipnt of injury nlalmx, hy VVorkmeti':i Conip"nM-Ltlon Commlsi- .ilonrr K/iny Kniwow, >rr. M.'U-tlri jiiiffpred a lunibo- •urrnl fitruln. In the CUIII-HC of hl.i work on M»y ^^, Two Sailors Given Discharges Stimley J. Spbireskl. Si-uman 1-c of- -IS Bridge Mti'ect, WHS dl.scharRcd yoatcrtlny fi-om the U. S. Naval Separation. Ccntor ut Lido. Beach, I«!an<l. Al:«) dliichai'KPd yesterday was O. Viijrnlnl, of !2, r j Gorman Htrect, Returned From Mil ford Visit Mist) Ruth Shopbi or. Stanley Mtrnct, recently returned from n vacation In Mllford. Miscellaneous Shower Honors Eride-To-Be A miscellaneous shower recently was held at the hom'e of Mrs. F'ora Salvalore of Prospect In honor of, Miss Henrietta Langell, •15 Aetna street, \yho will be married August 10, to Anthony . Salvatore of Prospect. .' Those attending: were: Harriet Anderson, Ruth. Chapin, Elma Hentx, Marion Maier, Ruth Shea. Eleanor Zhendcr, Frances Summa, Rose Karcz, -Dolores Guerrera, Louise Sasso, Sally DcLillo, Ruth Hotchkiss, Mabel Hotchkiss and Mrs, Ruth Chandler. Mrs, Virginia Cazarlun, Mrs, Berkley Cooper, Mrs. John HoHy, Mrs. Anna Plumb, Mrs. Wcnnlc DcMassen, Mrs. Ada Anderson, Mrs. Mary DcLillo, Mrs- Lena Da- Llllo, Mrs, Edith Lombard!, Mrs. Mary Summa, Mrs. Angola Sum ma, Mrs. Anna Summn, Mrs. Wil linm Summa, Mrs. Katherlne Ca prlsto. Mrs.' Annette Barrcre, Mrs Barbara Sandblum, Mrs. Alice Guerrera, and Mrs. Carrie Sasso. Guests Of Local Couple Mr. and Mrs. T, M. Sunderland of Cherry Tree, Pa., arc guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. O, Burlier of North Main street. Celebrated Third Birthday Mi 1 , and M'.'s. Frank O. Barber cnterttiinfd :\'. Choir homo, 230North Main stroot, Tuesday afternoon in honor of the*!: 1 daughter, Frances, who celebrated her third birthday. Those attending were: Bernice Ford. Sally and John Kopp, Donnn and . Gregory Phalan, Jr., Judy, Douglas and Peter Bosco, Jr., James Dinkle and ISilccn Stokes. CONSTRUCTION Boston, Aug. .1—(UP)--Conatruc i Uon of three new hang*I'M .'it Logan I nternntion.'il Airport In Kiist Bos- Ion will hrgin .10011. Tho projects! will cost American Airlines .?2,300,-1 000. ' Victor In Alabama N, Y; Resident. Recent Guest Joseph Schlimer of Patchogue, Long Island, N. Y., was a recent guest of Frcdolln Sutor of Goi-man street, . , For the, past 14 years, Texas has ranked first in the total value of its agricultural crops. Howard Packer Guest Of Honor Howard Packet, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Packer. Prospect street, was the guest of honor at a stag oarty held Tuesday night at the White Eagle restaurant, Union City. Mr. Packer will many Miss Frances Scheithe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Scheithe, Millville avenue, on Saturday at 9 a. m. in St. Hedwig's 'Church. Those who attended are: Paul H. Packer, Hnrry Scheithe, Frank •Scheithe, Waker Brazyicki, Frank Garllnsky, George Garmuskas, John O'Shca, Felix Rosa, George Packer. Stephen Cantor, Anthony O'Mariz, Gabriel Capristo, Joseph Capristo, Michael Squrillo, James Lannon, Nicholas Spadola, Timothy Cronin, George Alien, Alfred Huband. Also: William D. Lowe, Matthew Kaminska, Earl Scheithe'. Gino Giancarli, Peter White, John Nordby, Mano Schiandi, August Larson, Thomas M. Lawlor, John J Dunn, Jr., Cholly Brenna, Joseph Scully. Walter Lisiewski, Edward Flannigan, Louis Mangone, Leo Posilo, John Wasoka, Theodore Mason, Prank Brcnnemun, James Errico, Louis Nardcllo, Carl W Packer, Gus K1 e m. Frederick Scheithe and Clarence Scheithe. Cub Scouts Hold Picnic Recently The monthly meeting of Cub pack,'No. 7 of St. Michael's Episcopal church, was held recently in the form of a p!cnic at Shirdukus grove. Parents were, guests of the cull scouts. Hot dogs and hamb.urgers were roasted, followed by a sports program, which included baseball, football, a peanut scramble and swimming. 49 Veterans Plan To Enter Schools In Fall When the fall term of schools open, Naugaluck will ho represented in at least 49, by veterans of the armed forces who .ire •taking advantage of educational rights under the GI Bill, it has been announced by Mrs.. Ford Wulfock, ofllce administrator of Service for Veterans, Applications for certificates of eligibility for GI benefits should be obtained immediately at ServiC' tor Veterans, rilled out and re turned to the office accompanied by 1 photost.ilifi copy of discharge pa pers, in order that subsistence al lowanccs may be granted. Many veterans are planning on attending schools ' in the fall sem In Hospital Reunion Spending Annual Vacation In N, H. Fireman Jonh T. Weaving of the local fire department, is spending his annual vacation In New Hampshire, Couple Left On Vacation Dr, and Mrs, Leo Tylec of Mead- w street, . have left on a 12 day vacation. Veteran of combat In France :uid Gcrnmny, Loyal White receives H kins from his pretty bride. Geral- <iine, at KlnRsbridge Veterans HoMpitnl, the Bronx, N. Y. Her visit from New Castlo, PH., was arranged by the Military Order of the . Purple Heart. White i.s under treatment for :i stomach aliment, (International) FINAL SUMMER CLEARANCE LADIKS' and CHILDREN'S SHOES $1 - $2 - $3 Values to 56,00 — I ' SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY .Noary Buildiiij; Church St, Naugatuck, Conn, Itfprpsrntiitivo .John Spiirkmim (illiovr), Illintsvillc, ,\la., \t\i\ five rnrilldalcs In thr- .sprclnl election In fill tJio unexplrcd trrin of the lull; Senator John nunkhniid. .S|)»r|<iiiiiii, niMiinvratic; Wlilp of the Mnusf.!, hi'lil niori- than u m»- jrirlty ni'i'i'Hsury to olituJn thn of- fh:o without n run-off, (Iivtornu tl(inul) KEEP THE YOUNGSTERS BUSY Colored Crayons Books Games Coloring 1 Books Cut-Outs, Etc This CART) imd GIFT Steady, interesting 1 work making our famous Kcds, Gaytoos,',and other quality footwear Now AvaiJablo . * FOR WOMEN Apply at our Employment Office Rubber Avo. at Water St. UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. Footwear Plant Conn - SWEENEY'S I ART and STATIONERY i STORE N'cary Building Church St* M. Barry Keegan i WEDDING 108 nitnk St. Wntorbiiry!: Jonrs MorRiin BlilK. Tel. 4-n.'!81 SALE in our DEFT. Boys' SWIM TRUNKS Regular $1.95 KcCliccd to Boys' Knitted POLO SHIRTS 69 Boys' Washable LONG PANTS Sizes -I to 18 Regular S2.f)5 • Reduced to $3-45 Boys' All Wool SPORT COATS — Odds and Ends — Siacs 8 to 18 Regular $12.95 Reduced to HUDSON SALES — SKHVICE Genrrnl Automotive Rcpnlri4 B-M MOTORS INC 80-82 1 SOUTH :MAIN ST. ., . , , Trlcphpnc. . THE, EYEGLASS SHOP C.H.Tomlinson Ncnry Building Nuucatuck. Conn. — All Colors — Sizes .4, to 18 Regular SI' * Reduced to : ^. Boys' Washable SHORTS Sizep .4 to 16 Regular $2.45 .Rc.ducedvto Rcg-ular .59 Canvas PLAY SHOES Regular $3,00 Elrml -Clone Qut Boys' Washable SLACK SUITS Sizes A to IS Regular $. r j.OO Reduced to Boys' SUN SUITS Regular $1.95 and Jl.75 Sizes 2, 3, 4, 5 Reduced to •OO JUST RECEIVED Boys' E. Z. Knit SHORTS NACGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), THURSDAY, AUG. 1, J94«—PAGE 3 ester, but have made no definite decision for enrollment. Th-ose who have not made application .arc urged to report to the local office for assistance. Among the schools to be attended by Naugatuck veterans this fall are: Naugatuck High school, Crosby Veterans High school, Leavenworth High school. Bullard-Havcn Trade school, Horace Wilcox Trade school, Larson Junior college, New Haven Y. M. C. A, Junior college. Junior college of Connecticut, Uni- vei-sity of Connecticut, Columbia university. Trinity college,.at. .Lawrence university, Post Junior college, Morgan Pnrlc Junior colle/re of Chicago, Barnard college, Pr.-ut Institute, Cornell university, Bliss Electrical school of Washington, D. C., Lafnyette college, Georgetown university, Korthenstern university, Bentley school of accounting-, New Haven Junior college of commerce, Tri-State college, Chicago college of OjMomctry. American school of Aircraft Institute, Los Ang-eles.' Calif.. Ynle university, Rcnsselacr Polytechnic Institute, Massachusetts Instituto of Technology, Ohio State university, RadcJUfc college, Now York Trade Institute, Academy of Acio- nautics, La Guardia Field, Bethany Air school, Arnold college. University of Missouri, Cheshire academy. Tufts college. New Britain Teachers college, University of Wisconsin, Norwich university, Valparaiso university, Purdue university, Lc- high university. Providence college, Harvard graduate school of law, Columbia graduate school of Law, Rider college, Phillips Andover academy. Life imsurancft companies put an average of $2 million each day into real estate mortgages in the U. S. during 1940. WEDDING CAKES, And Other Special Unking A Specialty CITY BAKERY ft. 1>. STOPPANI, Prop. . Maple Street. Telephone 3078 WATEBBOKY 1 So. Main St. 45 W. Main St. CUT XAUGATPCK 156 Church St. 21 S. Main St. TAMPAX SANItftRY PROTi r FOR THE ACTIVE^ fCTION rOMAN No bclft, no pins, fio odor. Easily dii- pesoble. Perfected by « doctor. Mod- cm Individual op- pllctton. ADHESIVE TAPE : Hold» ycui* ' bandog* in plac< I •*- -.LUX or LIFEBUOY SOAP - 7 W To look your b«sc sod fccl that w»y, too, use Gillette Blue Blades with the jhirpest edges ercr honed. Gillette Blue Blades * SUNTAN CREAMS and LOTIONS JAN SUTRA GABY , 69c and 90c 65c and $1.00 NORWICH TAN OIL 25c, 47c, 89c 31c, 53c 65 162 CHURCH ST. Naugatuck, Conn. Don't f04 to tb« np««t bj CBklnAdr«*tlc, Irrit Hnft pbrsle* »nd por SHOWER AND BATHING CAPS n«J help tootbe th« Irritated •tom«el> •nd InCM fHatant to talc*- PLAYING CARDS B-DAIHTY COSMETIC KITS SWEETHEART TOILETSOAP «T r -IMI JOAf t«AT AOHHt WITH TOIM WON* § \f _DEPIIATQBIES_ Itm» .. ........ 65e N«it ......... ..48c Zip Cr»m ..... 37c Bellin'i Wonder- . . tton» . tl.2S-S3.QO Deodorant TALCS Amolin . ,,31e. S3e Spiro ...... 29c. 4»c Sno-MUt _..... .49e 2 B. T. ____ Me, 4Sc Ouinians ...... 47c

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