The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on May 17, 1977 · Page 8
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St. Michael's Win Over Millville; Carnival Planned Beacon Falls St. Michael'* Criumdorn extend,il their wlnnlnfr ulrotik to two In a row iMt ovonlnK. when ihny trounei.4 the Mlllvllln cluh from NiuiKnlucX. to thfi tune of .--. H* ffftmp was ptixypd at tho Athletic field ;-n lypu-i mad. . Ptovr JiiSMinhfn, "fic/mlly »H»- chared v.,toran ulnrtnil on thn mound Tor the locnl nlno, and pitched thiTi) InnlnRH, bcforn hn ftavft nway to Mnrkownkl. also -\ i-o«<Til Addition to '-ho rojuvomitocl miunrl, who nnlKhcM tho ffnme, Both L-oy.i pitched well. Marc Jono* started on ttiu motiruj for Mlllvlllf but jwwe awn/ In the early Innlnw* to Jo« WHim™. 'I'll" major portion nf tho runs wf-ro (rot- ton off of Jcn'on, who wn.-i loslnj: pitcher, Son Horn A nun wm born l«iot ovonlru; to Mr»: Thonvis Barbco of Volley Stream, L, I.. N. Y.. who l« the formor Ml»n ftorm Bench, daughter of Mr, and Mr». Gcorgo Beach of Highland avenue. Tho diild was Mm. Barbel's first. Lofflou Mnkon Flmil Pimm Tho local American legion mndo final plmi^ for tho carnival 'to ho hold' Anrr. 10 to yCutr. IM, Jolitiy by their group i.nd the .locul Hosu company, nt their regular mooting IftMt night. The Ho»e company made tholr nnnl plans, nt a Moving held onrller thl« week, Hot urn Homo Mr and Mrs. John Ferguson and family have returned to tholr homo on Bethany road following a vacation wpon-t nt Capo Cod, Mriss. Visiting Bert Ton-oil from Modford, Mass., h, visiting at the homo of Mr. and Mr«. Auxtln Ford of Bothany road, Lewis Proposes Separate Y Espotahs Tibirt Tom • Svttt Co«(»d «Ti>» » Olrtttod HCnrKi* From navy Austin T. Foi'd, seaman first class, •tho son of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Ford of Eothfiny road, was discharged from the U, S, Naval Separation Center at Lido Beach, L, I., last Sunday, Mr Ford, a graduate of Seymour High school In 10-M. Is a veteran of over two years Hcrvlco, Fish, Game Club Meeting Tonight An Important mooting of the Naugatuck Finn and Game club will bo hold tonight, « p. m. In the town hull, nt which tlmo tho liberation of 223 pheasants In local wooded nronn will bo discussed, Proposed Building Should Not Be Controlled By Education Board Harold C, Lewis, commander Of tho Crusader Post, VFW, In speaking laat evening before the members of the West Side Community Ch>b. on the. subject. "What the Vetc «na Want" stated, that Nauga- luck G. I.'s arc no different from other 0, I.'s throughout tho county and that in making their requests, they are not thinking pri- marlly of themselves. m in reference to tho proposed, new auditorium, Commander Lewis said "It would not benefit any of the veterans. No meeting rooms are planned for. any organizations In Initiating the movement, the veterans had in mln~ the need foi an auditorium in Naugatuck, plus recreational facilities for the youth of the borough. They wanted it in memory of those who gave their liven In the war," Commenting on the suggestion of Chairman of the School Board, Samuel I. Lyons, made at the ro- cont meeting of tho Planning Commission, that the new high school, (to be recommended by the mgn school survey) and a municipal auditorium be combined as a. Memorial, Mr. Lewis stated that ans, proyl.ded fhiradmlnlstratlon the auditorium was not under ' control ofc-tho board, ,'pf 'ducal "I know tho board-'.pi.----. docs not like .this •tiitement, but • of trie education, education docs not imc .ii"= =-—- .- • propose a separate 'conimlBsion pointed to handle the admlnlstra ye np- tlon of that bunding." Continuing, Mr. Lowts, said, Planning Commission ; plans some executive meetings soon with board of education and the want to be there' wh'en they "the orhe the' B veterans . take want 10 o« uicm ••••- — definite action on the new building, the Tfi- 1B- iri tern •ani) would be nil right with the vcter- The club voted to •< inform Board of .Education that it porarlly recommended-.bus tr portatlon for school children the Glenrldjre nr«a only, to enable the board to study .a. recent petition by the club asking, for transportation .lor the school children. There will'be a, further recommendation at a later date. ; Paul O'Brien, chairman of the clubs committee on -the Welcome Home on 'Sept. 2, announced that plans were underway to enter a float, as well as n delegation in th.e parade. ' He also announced 'that the club hoped to. schedule a horse-shoe pitching cpntest with the Pond Hill Community .Club and a uoftball game against the Washington Park Community Club, ';' Egg production In 1942 was 600 million dozen more than in any ,prevlous year. FINAL SUMMER DRESSES — Groups 1-2 Price 9 to 50 TOPPERS — Group 1-2 Price Sizes 10 to 44 PLAY SUITS — Groups 1-2 Price SHORTS and SKIRTS — Groups 1-2 Price BLOUSES — Froup 1-2 Price whlt(< nnd colors DICKIES — Group 1-2 Price plnln and fancy PURSES — Group 1-2 Price JEWELRY — Group 1-2 Price GLOVES — Group 1-2 Price COATS and SUITS — Group 1-2 Price HATS — Groups 1-2 Price ' * i $5 • $3 and $5 $2 $1 > $1-50 50c» *!' $2 50c CHILDRENS DEPT — Dresses, Play Suits, Sun Suits and Pinafores GROUPS 1-2 Price 50c, $1, $1.50, $2 SUMMER BONNETS and HATS 1-2 Price 50c, $1 MENS DEPT. — Straw Hats 1-2 Price 1 50 to 3.75 to $7.60 ALL SALES FINAL George Olson In Fair Condition Regaining consciousness, but still I'too vague to 'recall cause of his accident Goorgc Olson, about 60,.:who was found yesterday 'morning on •>h«- bathroom floor of his home, -MS School street is in "fair condition" today at the Waterbury hospital, whore he is being .treated for li crfrebral injury, officials at tha- Institution report. The man was admitted yesterday morning at 10:45 o'clock to the .hospital, where he was taken in the Nauern.tuck community ambulance, after an unidentified person called local police and Patrolman John . Mlkalchus investigated. It -is believed Mr. Olson had bden lying unconscious for the previous 24 hours. He Is an employe of the Eastern Malleable Iron 'Co., and had not reported for work In two 'daye. FATAL ACCIDENT Guilford,-Conn., Aug. 7— (U P> — Sixty-flvc-ycar-old Frank Hollo of Guilford has been fa-tally injured in 'a truck accident. Police report >bn.t n. mall truck backed over Hollo in' the drive-way of the Guil- JTord post, office. The truck driver said he did not know that his vehicle had hit a man until he heard a woman nearby screaming. Persons 65 years old and over numbered '8,956,000 in the U. S. census for 1040, an increase of 35 per cent over 1930. American Legion Meeting Tonight • 'The American Legion will hold tholr roRUlar mcctlnK at the Log or, 'homo toniRht at 8 p. m. at which •time 1 '-' preparation for nominator, and election of ofllccrs, will be discussed, Commander George Lewis stated today, . The date for nominations has been set for Aug. 21, while elections will be held Sept. 4. Commander Lewis asks that all members attend this important meeting, Marine League Meets Thursday A special meetinp of the Marine Corps Lcafr.ie will be held tomorrow nlijht at American Legion Hall. Final returns will bt> made on the recent dance and plans will be completed for the state convention in New Haven Saturday. OILING DELAYED Due to the inclement weather conditions today, 'the Dcpt. of Streets discontinued their road oil- inff prop-am for the day, but, weather permitting, will resume operations .tomorrow, Supt, Harold Murtha announced today. Ultimate production of magnesium in the U. S. will be 725 million pounds a yeor, or 100 tlmca greater than the rate in 1030. On The Air Today • 6:00 p. m. WOR—Easy Aces Other Stations—News 6:10 p. n>. WBRY—Baseball Scores WATR—Interlude 6:15 p. m, 3jlY—Word From the Country WABC—Word From The Country WJ3AF—Serenade WTIC—Prof. Schenkcr WJZ—Ethel and Albert WOR—On the Century WATR—Al Vcstro, Sports 6:20 p. m. WATR—Cocktail Serenade 6:30 p. m. WBRY—E. Christy Erk, News WABC—Larry Carr WEAF—Serenade; Sports WJZ—News; Sports WTIC—Sports; Mystery WATR—News; Interlude WOR—Vandeventer fi:40 p. m. WEAF—Sports 6:45 p. m. WBRY-WABC—News WTIC-W.EAF—Lowell Thomas WJZ—Great Scobt WOR—Stan Domax WATR—Pleasure and Profit 7:00 p. m. WBRY-WABC—Patti Clayton WTIC-WEAF—Supper Club WATR-WOR—Fulton Lewis, Jr. WJZ—Headline Nevis 7:15 p, m. WBRY-WABC—Skyline Roof VVEAF-WTIC—News "JVOR—Answer Man WATR—Adventures in Rhythm WJZ—Raymond. Swing . 7:25 p. m. WATR—News 7:30 p. m. WBRY—Girl Scouts at Camp WABC—Ellery Queen WEAF—Claims Agent WOR—Battle of Commentators WATR—Phone Your Answer WJZ—Lone Ranger WTIC—Fire Prevention 7:45 p. m. WBRY—To the County Farmer WTIC—Music WATR—Waltz Time WEAF—Kaltenborn 8:00 p. m. WBRY-WABC—The Whistler WTIC-WEAF—The Norths WATR-WJZ—Lum and- Abner WOR—Can You Top This? 8:15 p. m. WJZ-WATR—Listen to LaGuardia 8:30 p. m. WBRY-WABC—Dr. Christian WTIC-WEAF—Penguin Room WHN—Sandlot Series WATR-WJZ—Fishing, Hunting 8:03 p. m. WBRY-WABC—News 9:00 p. m. WBRY-WABC—Sad Sack WEAF-WTIC—McGarry and Mouse WOR—Gabriel Hcattcr WJZ—Missing Heirs WATR.—Musical Comedy Favorites 9:15 p. m. WATR—U. S. Army ' 9:30 p. m. WBRY-WABC—Intrigue WTIC-WEAF—Mr. District Attorney WATR-WJZ—Frankic Carle WOR—Xavicr Cugat 9:55 p. m. WATR—Sports 10:00 p. m. WBRY-WABC—Academy Award WTIC-WEAF—Kay Kyser WATR-WJZ—Tommy Dorsey WOR—Bikini Report 10:15 p. m. WEAF—Endorsed by Dorsey • 10:30 p. m. WBRY-WABC—Holiday for Music WJZ—News WOR—Symphonette WJZ—-Fantasy in Melody 10:45 p. m. WJZ—Adlam Orch. 11:00 p. m. ALL Stations—News Jl:10 p. m. WBRY—John .T. Daly, City News 11:15 p. m. WB'RY-WABC—You and the Atom WTIC-WEAF—Harkncss 11:30 p/ m. WBRY-WABC—Invitation to Music* WEAF—Tucker Orch. WOR—Weather; Lombardo Orch. WATR—Gems; Mooney Orch. 12:00 Midnight WBRY—News SPECIAL! BABY WALKERS $598 METAL Beg. S6.98 BEACON KIDDIE CENTER TI OBAKD STREET Waterbury IF IT IS HARD TO GET-TRY US . FIRST NEABT BDIL1>INQ TEL. 5212 WHETHER FOR A WEEK-END A FORTNIGHT, THE TRAVEL MARK OF A SOPHISTICATED MIGRANT IS HARTMANN LUGGAGE Hartmann is to luggage _what the Hallmar kis to sterling— —Hartmann's name appears only once on each piece of luggage but —quality and style are written all over it. f From poudre kits to luxurious wardrobe trunks for men and women $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 MAIN ST. TEL. 6162 Naugatuck, Conn, Time to take another look at the ever changing economic picture, ami 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 $1.00 —to build an account that will guarantee comfort and sccuritv in later years. NAUGATUCK SAVINGS BANK 1870 KYINTY FIFTH ANNIVERSARY I94£ AU.£EPO<IT{" FULIV> GUARANTEED , Great Oak Farm OXFORD ROAD Tol. 5049 PERFECTLY PASTEURIZED MTLK and CREAM Pullrcrjr To All P»rt» or XuiiKiitiick TRY OUR FISH ! ! The best in town THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS Swordfish — tunafish —• sardines — large and small mackerel — weakfish — butterfish — scallops — filet of cod. — filet of haddock — cherrystone clams. ' . FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF NAUGATUCK White Fish Market . JOSEPH CABRAL, Prop. 8 SOUTH MAIN ST. ; TEL. 5004' Our Jumbo Banana Splits and Fresh Fruit Sundaes Arc The Talk of the Town! ! CORNER CANTEEN 592 No- Main Street "Oom" Trllrrlro, Prop. EDDIE'S Corner Spring & Diamond St». GROCERIES - VEGETABLES FRUITS - ICE CREAM SODA FOUNTAIN SERVICE Free Delivery Tel. 4919 Edward Vllwkauckas, Prop. Highland Package Store 93 Highland Ave. — Tel. »«I8S Anthony Farrur, Prop. FBEE DELIVERY All Parts of Naiigatuck Try NEWS Want Ad*.— They Bring Be*ult«. COAL Costs! WITH THE HONEYWELL D AMf EB CO NT*Ol By imlalHng th* Honoywoll El«clrlc Tanilor Hamp«r control you can KOV» up ta 30% on your coal bUl. Think who! thi« laving moan« during >u«t ODO heating noaiicn. Wo hnvo Eloc'.nc janitor* In »tock DOW. Call u» today, bvlor* tn» jupply i* «oa*. for lull information. The Naugatuck Fuel Co 87 CHURCH ST. PHONE

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