The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on May 16, 1977 · Page 8
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 8

Atchison, Kansas
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Monday, May 16, 1977
Page 8
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FAOK S-NAVOATUCK XTSWS (CONN,). TITESPAY. AUG. 0. 1040 Crashes To A void Aj r Tragedy ••"" ~~ """"' •••• r ""' '• ' 'School's Out' For Capital Pages nittlnnnl) Coiiirr.'s.sli>iml Itrcordt, hicli in the nir, pa K o boys of f R"nrrwntHtlvoH express their d«II B ht at looking forwarci to thn long,*! vucnilon In 10 y-ars as tho 70th CnnR-ross ud.journs. The boys comr from ..vnry stuto In the union. (International Son Flown To U. S. In Iron Lung Plane. STRICKEN WITH INFANTILE PARALYSIS In the Philippine". "• tcnuitloniil) .— Postpone Planning Commission Meeting Tho moctlru: "f """ f'l»nnlm: | C!r.j-MmlvtU>ri .•ir.-h'vliiU-d tor Tlnii'H- i\ny iwfinlnj.'. AUK. 8. hiix brrn post- j ponrrl hfc/uum f'f IU conflict with ( l.ho hom-cl "f nrluciithm mr-ctinni thn Hjimo night. Warden T.oo J. Bro- | phy, chfilr-rnnn ex-ofilcK in miikinci the iinnoimTnicnt N«t. im fiitni-n flnfn for thf rrnmmlK'ilon fii"i'llnt;. I ! Ask Firemen To ! Return Uniforms Th» trustees of tho Niulgntuck Kirn Dcpnrtmrnt refluent thai nil Cli-mion having iml'nrmsi. return thiun tr. the- flrn :i(iUHP us HOOH a:< poHMltilP. In order that iirrnnRe- inrntM may he niude for attpiullnc the Htut.i 'convention of fit-onion holm: hold thf latter pfii't of this month and M>v> for participation In thn Sopl. 2, V-J Hay, Welcome || culi-hratloii. Sportsmen Plan To Release Pheasants Tim Nuugatuck Fish and Game fipsoclri.llcm will hold an Important mooting tomorrow night nt S p. m, iLt tho town hnll. It wns announced by Wtil-tor Goaseck today, Planst for the liberation of 225 phtviKHnis, ralard by the group, will ho clisiciissncl at this mcellnK. MAY HAVE UNION Stamford, Aupr. 6 —(UP)—The Stamford city council has taken the first step towards allowing firrr men to organize. The council adopted an ordinance whi':h allows unionization hut provides for no 'grievance machinery The measure must be passed upon again In two weeks to become law. Pacific coast states showed a population Increase of 18.8 per cent 1 n Iho JiMO census, | Church Members I Plan Meeting j The parishioners of St. Francis' ! church will hold a meeting toniRht ! to discuss plans for a forthcoming 'carnival, Rev. Paul F. Keating an- I nounced today. , The meeting, which will beprm . at 8 P. m., will be held in the base- mont of St. Francis' school. QUALITY OF PRODUCT g^;;:-^ ; J IS ESSENTIAL TO ; ; ^f "*"-~ ' :'''"m CONTINUING SUCCESS '..-,.-•. " -*r-.-- , by U. MeCormlok b»«U ujxm Ibo original oil palntlns So smoke of FineTobocco Committee Demands Suspension Of Two R. L Officials Central Falls. R. I, Auc. <5-(UP) —The suspension of Police Chief GCOI-KC E. ColleUe and the Impeachment of Mayor John J. Healey of Contral Falls have been demanded. The action waR demanded by a civic committee headed by World War II veterans. The move was made In connection wMh the case of four rookie policemen who worn reinstated yesterday after their suspension from the force over an unauthorized gambling raid. At the same time, the committee overruled Us previous motion demanding a pamblinp investigation by Attorney General John J, Nolan. IJTAILIIHID 1 III IF AUGUST'S YOUR VACATION MONTH — TRAVEL THE HARTMAN LUGGAGE WAY Hartmann luggage has the happy faculty of taking the trouble out of travel, helping you over the rough spots and acting as your letter of introduction. Because after all — even the bell hops recognize Hartmann leadership in fine luggage $21 to $100. Complete * line of Work Clothes NAT'S 410 North Main St. Union City TEL. 6136 BABY SEATS FOR CARS $1.89 ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY STORE SO SOUTH MAIX ST. TEL. 6162 X.iucatuck, Conn. TIME Calendar Of Politics Aug. 6—Tolland County Democrats 1 outing at Mrs. Fannie D. Welch's home, Columbia. Aug. 8—Mrs. Suzanne Stevenson, ICast Norwalk, speaks at West Haven Republican Women's Club, Wilcox Restaurant Savin Rock. Aug. 11—-Fail-field County Democratic Association outing- for town chairmen of state, Paul Connery, host, a' Norwalk. j Aug. IS — Democratic picnic at j Mrs. Chester Bowies' home, Essex. Aug. 20 — Republican caucuses and primaries to elect delegates to state, county, congressional, senatorial and probate conventions and to elect .town committee members. Aug. 23 — Republican senatorial district conventions to name members of State Central Committee. Sept. 9-10—Republican state nominating convention, Bushncll Hall. Hartford. Sept. 14 — Republican congressional nominating conventions. Sept. 16-17 — Democratic state nominating convention, Bushnell Hall. Hartford. Sept. 21—Republican county conventions to nominate candidates for sheriff. FATAL ACCIDENT Hinghan-., Muss., Aug. 6—(UP) — A. nine-year-old Hinghnm boy has been fatally injured in front of his home. Robert Jackson was killed when struck by a truck while riding a bicycle at his home last night. MAY CUT PRICES New Britain. Aug. 6—(UP)—Consumer protests have finally paid -.iff in one respect. Barbers say they plan to reduce from $3 to S5 cents I he price of haircuts. Shaves will cost only 50 cents, instead of 65 centn. Too Late To Classify VETERAN with a housing problem. Would like a small apartment, but would be pleased to hiivn a room for two—with or without privileges, P. O, Box 105, Nuugatuck. A Man Near Here Felt Like Swollen Balloon; Full Of Stomach Gas Recently a man living near here stated that he used to feel like a swollen balloon after every meal. He would bloat full of gas and spit up acidulous liquids for hours after c.iting. Was terribly constipated. This man is one of the hundreds in this vicinity who now praise ERE-. HEL"P, He states he was amazed at the results when he took this medicine. Now ho eats what he wants -without gas or bloating, and bowels are regular for the fir-si: time in years. He feels like a new man. ERB-HELP contains 12 Great Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clear gas from stomach, act on sluggish liver and Icidncys. Miserable people Soon feel different all over. So dont 1 co on suffering! Got ERB- HELP! Sold by all drug stores here in Na.ugatuck —Adv. Time to lake another look at the ever changing economic picture, and the effect on your family 'budget. *Time to consider your Savings Program—does it measure up to current day needs. Most people need two programs—one for emergencies—the other for the future. You can. begin today—and with as little as $J.OO —to build an account that will guarantee comfort and security in later years. NAUGATUCK SAVINGS BANK 1870itEVEimr. FIFTH ANNIVERSARY WC ALL MPOtlTS JFUUY GUARANTEED - Great Oak Farm OXFORD ROAD ' Tel. 5049 PERFECTLY PASTEURIZED MILK and CREAM \\ I>fllv«r.v To All 1*11 rm of .N HII KI>( M ok Our Jumbo Banana Splits and Fresh Fruit Sundaes Are The Talk of the Town: ! CORNER CANTEEN 392 No- Main Street "Dom" Tcllrrlro. Pron. EDDIE'S Corner Sprlnc & Diamond Sta, GROCERIES - VEGETABLKS FRUITS - ICE CREAM SODA FOUNTAIN SERVICE Free Delivery Tel. 4019 Edward Vlaskauckas, 1'rop. J Highland Package Store \ S3 Highland Avc. — Tel. 3983 College, l\0 of Commerce S (ill li'il i»rnm ration for t In; 1'rlvn tc S<*rrpl«r,v and Junior ,Ac«Olinl- x M (. InulndlnK tin 1 fiirnoiiH "I'llco Cimrwi," Fall TITIII opi-UN flrttt wr«k of S«'l><-. Kiirly I'n- rollinoiit mlvlNcd. Hrmvtt. Hid*. AVuiitcrlmr.v Anthony Fsirrnr, Prop. FREK DELIVERY All J»arts of NflUGflTUCK, O' NEWS Want Adu.— They Brlnir WITH THE HONEYWELL CONTROL By inllallina lh« Honeywell EI«cltic Janilor riampnr conlrol YOU con »ov» up to 30% on your coal bill. Think w^ial lhi» coving mocini durinfl |unt ono hoatingr R«aion. W« havn Eloclnc Janilon in «lock now. Coll uo today, bolor" th» supply i« eoo«. lor lull Information. The Naugatock Fuel Co. 87 OHUBOH ST. **»** 62M - ft

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