The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on May 9, 1977 · Page 8
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 8

Atchison, Kansas
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Monday, May 9, 1977
Page 8
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J'AOK 8— NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN'.), PETOAV, AUG. t. 1WO 30 Employers Approved For Vet Training or cloponclcntH nerved, Ii83; of thl number lO'l were sjlvon Information or iih.MlHtancc for the llrst Umo; 32' telephone culls; 338 In-Curvluws; M Incoming mull; 223 outgoing ninll. Morn thftn 30 local employers Arn now npprovucl to ;;lv« uppr«rHlci; fir on-tlu-Job training, uccortllntf to tho July rnport of Sorvlco for Vut- «riin« HUbmlttuil by Mm. Ford Will- fuck offlci) administrator, Mrs, Will fuck coporU-d U I.H bo- Jtovod All iiVHlliiblu vacuncltiH ni'ii now lUloil, with thft exception of u ffjv. brluf cour.MOH. During tho month rnnro th«n 2'i pnr cent of volurnn.i MOrvcd aru In «ornc typo of iiducutlon or ti-ulnlnif proxium undni' tt>u Gl Bill, »ho siilil. Hlxtonn original cliilm.i for filucutloruil bone/lt.s wo IT tiled. Although many votoruriH called lit •thit oftlcu for th(> nacowmry formx to rhnnfp) thr himiifU'lnry of tholr Inxuriineu policy. It I.H fdt thut muny more vntorjins hnvu murrliKl In tn» H|.X monthn untl niuy hiivn forffotti.'n this Important mutter. Mr,'i. VViilfrck dtiitod, Other Htntl.sUcn for July wcro fin follcnv.'i: To t»l number of Vi:U>rnn» Seven Hurt In New Haven Truck- Trolley Crash Nuw Huvcn, AUK. 2—(VP)—Sevan porBona huvu boon Injured In u crush betweuii a. trolley cur and a traitor truck. All were discharged from the hospital nfter being treut- 0(1 for relatively minor hurts. The trailer truck after HtHldnf,' the trolley cur. crashed through the lobby window of fl. Meadow street hotel. Opertitoi'H of both tho trolley car und th« trucl< arc being held on tuchnlcul Ullenon.1 charges. Except In tour states where some form of wuKorlnK on horse racing has boon lugnli/nd, "II gambling und wftgvi'lnK IH generally considered ll!uj;ul In the U, S. Sworn Into Office Fight Taken To Supreme Court Comedian Marries Socialite New London, Aug. 2—<UP)—The over • who should bo New n county commissioner has not been sottlod. Governor Baldwin earlier this week roappo'lnted Maxsim Pepln, Jr., to the post after a Superior court judRo declared the pos-f vacant. Pepln originally was named the governor whan the legislature failed to act. Now the former incumbent — Thomcs L. Martin—has appealed Co Uiu state supreme court of er- HOWLAND -HUGHES JK A (MMiwMVMPBi^MBBi^MBMMMMM^ Jl A ^**^m^^*i^f^BB^^^ "Watcrbury'j* Friendly Department Store" Spun Rayon Dresses by Pain Peterson $ SntliiiH.'i'lime prints tlmt. keep you coo! in the; prettiest way. Favorite coat: style dress Fashioned of spun rayon with novolty all-over print in black. Detailed with shiny Muck Inil tons, lihu'k braid, licit, und brief sleeve*. Grounds of inai/.e, pink and blue. Si/,e.H 14 lo 4'2, T1IK UUIJOKT DUKSS SHO1' SKCO.VI) FI.OOK They will not ride up Laros No-ride Slips $2 .98 Sleek, slim linod ttlip that will hanisli forever all your pot poevos. Its patented design as- snies that it will not sniy, hind, twist or cling. . . . that the homline will hiniif evenly. Fashioned of rayon satin with scalloped' bodice top and adjustable shoulder straps. Colors of white, tearoso and black. Sizes 32 to 44 regular ifivrlh, six-es 32 to 40 short length. SECOND FLOOR. Try NEWS Want Ads.—they bring results Ill a wimple cureniony nt tho SStati! Department In Washington, .IiiincN E, Wol>l> (left) Ls shown us ho' took tin; oath of office as 'Director of t)i« Budgot. Ed^ar U. Baker, notary on the staff of the Budget Bureau, administers the oath. (International Soiindphoto) CHAKI.ES A. BOWIE'S DEAU New Haven, Aug. 2— (UPJ— The brother of former economic stabil- Chester A. Bowles is tlcad. Oinrlcs Alltin Bowles, a retired in- uirance executive, passed awuy •ifter a lengthy illness. He was 05 years old. Tuberculin testing' of dairy herds Aids Injured Dog, Seeks Master Th'ero is at least one humanitarian in Naugutuck 'ns proven by tin advertisement entered • Into the columns of THE NEWS today. C. A. EScuclcler of 148 Caen street "oii'ul a Bimjtlc hound dog- today on Rubber avenue with nn Injurei leg 1 . The canine, 1 apparently los and suffering from Its injury, was 'ukcrn to a veterinary by Mr, Scud •lor, where the Injui'y was treat ed. Mr. Scuclder feels the dog may be missed by its owner and suggests the owner contact him at hhs home, where the dog is now real Scventy> million peraons in the J. S. live in rurtU areas, or in urban places that c!o not maintain regular transit facilities. Is that air conditioning you're wearing-? Nope! It's Wings' sliort: sleus'od, open collared .•sport shirt in I)AX .KIVK'R'S BKKK2Y K.KYTOP Fabric:. Porous but \vifiii.lci I'li.lly absorbent, doubly diiruMo thanks to its two ply construction. Soil- spun cotton that you'll like having next: to your. skin. Sani'ori/.otl" to 7-esist shrinkage;, val-d;w-d to langli at sun, soap and perspiration. •Maximum shrlnkUKC 1% SIZES: SMAU., -MEIMUM, MEDIUM LAUGE, LARGE COI.OKS: VVUITK, TAX ANIJ BLt/'K Just ' UnpacKed A New Shipment of Smart SPORT COATS $2250 to $3250 Good looking solids and checks in n full range of sizes. CflRSTOn'S The Man Wlio Knows Wears Garston Clothes 99 BANK STREET Waterbury Stage and radio comedian Ed Wynn 'and the former T>orothy Kliza- beth Nesbltt, JN'ew Rochelle, N. Y., socialite, arc shown a* they applied for a wedding license in Las Vefjas, Nev. Litter they were wed at Little Church of tin; West. It was second marrlujfe for both. (InU'.rnational) Annual Meeting Of TAB Planned n Plattsburg The annual convention of !.hc Catholic Total Abstinence Union will be held at Plattsburg, N. Y., August 5, 6, and 7, according to an announcement by Francis J. Caul- Held, .secretary of the TAB. During tho convention there will be election of new officers for the Priests' Total Abstinence League, with priofts signifying intentions of being present being Father Mc- Kavney of Pittsburgh, Father Cros- Kon of Philadelphia, Father Stapleton of. Boston, Father Maguire S. J. of Philadelphia, Father Con way of Bethlehem. Mousignoi- Bent, of Canton, N 1 . Y., in the Ogdcnsburg diocese will attend representing, the bishop of Odger.sburg. He recently wrote an article appearing in the Catholic Advocate, . Archbishop Gushing of Boston is sending a priest to represent him at (he convention and a report will be presented from His Eminence Dennis Cardinals Dougherty, spiritual 1 director of the Union. Mr. Caulfield said it is expected several lay persons from Naugatuck TAB society will attend the meetings.. Fishermen Seek Storage Space Gloucester, Mass., Aiiff. 2—CUP. 1 —The entire Gloucester fishing CJeet may )x; tied up unless storage space con be found for fish unsold because of thf glutted market. IHED t 885 STRAIGHT FROM GOOD OLD NEW ORLEANS WHERE SAZZERAC COCK. TAILS ARE COCKTAILS AND SEERSUCKER SUITS ARE NEW ORLEANS. Great are the contributions to man's comfort from this great city— but none greater than air cooled, weightless breeze waft- ingr, body cooling seersuckers and cords at $17.50— real southern comfort for hot and bothered northerners who know what summer comfort means as soon as they switch to cool seersucker suits. Compare Them All Side By Side t\t Androphy's you can see, hear mi] tfet an impartial comparison of all the lending makes, AU the famous radios and combination* are in our store. Make your selection now! PROPHY'S i I. siaigBaaaiiJiHiMAm, American GRAIN GIN — 90 Proof — $2.89 J. K. STORES CUT RATE. LIQUORS, WINES, BEERS S96 N. Main St TcJ. 4979 Free Delivery Anywhere In Borough BABY SEATS FOR CARS $1.89 ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY STORE SO SOUTH MA1X ST. TEL. 6162 Nau(fatuck, Conn. TIME Babies arc horn in the ratio o 105 males to 100 females. '!{' No. Main St. TeL Union City Time to take anoilier look al the ever cli;n>i>-ii!i> i economic picture, and the effect on your family budget. Time to consider your Savings Program—does it measure up to current dny needs:. Mosl people need two programs—-one for emergencies—the of her for r.he future. You can begin tod.-iy—and wiili ns Jitile ;),s $.1.00 —to hufld an account Unit ^lll guarantee comfort, and sc-curitv in later years. NAUGATUCK 1870 SEVENTY FIFTH ANNIVERSARY 194$. AUOEPO<IU FULLY GUARANTEED '; at the METROPOLITAN One Day Only! AUTOMATIC IJUSTPAE 395 'LAZY DAISY' Great Oak Farm I OXFORD ROAD Tol. 5M9 PERFECTLY PASTEUKIZKD MU.K and CREAM Dcllvrry To All l'»rt* of Niuimiturli fVATCJI FOR OtJR NEWLY RENOVATED STORE'S GRAND OPENING! CORNER CANTEEN 502 No. Main Street "Dnm" Tfllcrlr<(, r»-i)y. NO STOOP NO FUSS Say, here's'o really new idea to help you zip through household tosb in no-time-flot. Picks up crumbs, linr, cigarette butt's on any stooping to clean up where carpet sweepers won't work. In • sturdy nickel-plated steel. EDDIE'S Corner Spring & Diamond St», GROCERIES - VEGETABLES FRUITS - ICE CREAM SODA FOUNTAIN SERVICE Free Deliver)' Tel. 4919 Edward Vlaskanckiis, Prop. Highland Package Store 93 Highland Ave. — Tel. 8983 Anthony Farrar, Prop. FREE DELIVERY All Purts of N»iig:ituck NflUGflTUCK, Try NEWStJVunt Adi.— They Brlnt Result*. METROPOLITAN COAL COSTS! WITH THE HONEYWELL •KRNITURC CO «» A H V INC. 27 CENTER STREET Waterbury's Oldest Furniture, Store 87 infttcxlUng th* HoD«7«rall £lBCttio Jamlor fiatapftr control you can BOV* up lo 30% on your coal bill. Thick ' What (his saving moan* during ju>t ono h*aling saaion. Wo haro Eloctnc lanitorv in Block now. Call UK today, b.(or« th« aupply Iji c/oaa, lor lull information. The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 87 CHURCH ST. PHONE 5236 in O a le Pi is sc cc St to la Ki Wl

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