The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on May 27, 1977 · Page 8
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 8

Atchison, Kansas
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Friday, May 27, 1977
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PAOK ft— NATJOATVCK NKWS (CONN'.). TPESDAV. AUO. 13, IMB_ Many Jews (Continued front f'nK" Om>> port In violation of tho Mnnkfit curfew, impnfocl at 2 u, m. anrl vcri'tim- cd their protoHt.i. Two 1'iirnnnn Killed Near tho city, pollco uiul demon- MtrivlorK claiihcid In rtrmomCrntlons. Two portion* wore klll'id ami two othcrji Corro«pumlont!i K(iy (he refugees w^i'o rawd iiwl diify. Mojtt of thnm h/i(l boon <iho»rij their tiny •* Now Available at Androphy's «hlp:t for almost two weeks. .•lOiircru ii-'vy the rcl'ugou iinlp.'i wuro no piickiHl thu puu,u>ng<.T hud no- niiiu-i. to llo down ul night, They wuro jammed on _tho doeka with hardly onough roorii to move during the crOHHliur from truly. Hnnltnry conditions Wftro nlmo.'it negligible. Th^ i-efugc'us wtiro just u llttl" too liif.n. Other illogn.1 ImntlgrnntH, who tirt'lvptl In tho Holy I«nnd huforu | AiKtu.'it 1.1 th aro bclnt,' allowed to 1 ntny. Tho pnrt tho United States) will [ilrt.y In -ittllnK thr I'.ildMina pi-ob- lum fioen-.s up to I'ro.-tltloni. Trumun. YdNloixIny lilx thrc':-rn:m cabltirt rornmlttno dellvornrl him revised, untl Hocnit. rocommoi'.dnHons. Honoring Son's Memory With Memorial Altar EMERSON ,'I-WAV rorrr/uu.r; in mo Buttery, ,U.'., f>f,',..Ovi'rull Rrlll of dnriililr mctiil with precision illiil...Sturdy, wriitlicrprnof mill pnwnrrirl die nil twitlltliiH.M nt , C:ompl»tn with litiUnrlr-i JH7.HO ! New Voters To Be Made August 21 Tim fourth of live iipocliil .se.MSlons of (ho town dork and hoard of .•lolontnirn to make IIL-W void's will lin Mnlrl Wednesday afternoon, A tip. SI from " to r> o'clock Daylight Rnv- IIIK Time, It wa.s announced tocl/iy hy Ttiwn Clerk Raymond J. St. ifohn. fs'cni'ly If" vitri'M \\i\v honn made jilnro tho first special ("in/Ion In May. Although twn rwjuilur ,ius,«<lon;i nf tho oltlritlx v/lll hp held 'during Ontohrr, tho sipeclul jtUtlnps nrn of- forod In proparutlun to the Novcm- At u spix-iul dedication coromony, RJshop .Tames E, O.insldy (l<:ft). of thn Fall Ulver, Mass., DIoccNo. M nliOH'il WnsNliiff a mumorhil altar at St. Francis Xivvler church In Hyannls, Muss. THo ultnr wu.s. given to tho church hv .losuph P. Kennedy, former U. S. Ambassador to Great Britain, in honor of his son, Lt. Kennedy, ,Ir,, who wiix klllod. In action. Pictured outside the church (right) arc (Ictt to right): Kuniru Kennedy, ,1. P. Konnoily, nlNhop CiissUly, Mrs. Kcnnmly,' .1. F. Kennedy, J. Flt/.geruld, Teddy Kennedy. (Tntcrmitloniil) rvr.Mnri.M desiring to bernmc vot- !•>•» of th.; borouirh he 21 years of a«r. a rc.slrlunt of Inn stuto one yi-ar find the liormiffh for .six jinuitlt.'i. Special Swim Tests At YMCA This Week Special clussc'S will be conducted tlilu week In siwlmminff for both' boys and girls, at the Naugatuck YMCA. With the beginners nvi.klng .splendid progress, special •touts will start thin week for the boys. Friday morning the YMCA Minnow Test and the American Red Cross Beginners test will be held nt 10:30 In tho morning. Next week Wednesday, at 10:30. tho YMCA Fish Club lest and the American Red Cross Intermediate lest will bo held. Bnyw Beginners, those that can't •iwliu. will have special' classes Monday. Wednesday and Friday, one class only at 2:15'. The Girls will have their YMCA Minnow test and the American Rod Cross Beginners test next Tuesday morning at 10:30, no special swimming instructions will be held 'that day In thn morning but the 10:00 and 10:30 class will meet at 2:00 und the 11:00 and 11:30 will meet at 2:?O. Cards will be Issued by the American Red "Cfoss and YMCA Minnows Insipnifts with cards will 11)50 bo issued for 50 cents. Single men 17-30 improve your education, Train yourself in new skills. Join the Marine Corps and learn a useful trade. Apply Post Office Building, Waterbury, Tho world's dlamotor an iin-d at (hi) initiator isi 7,023 miles. fir ivniffhly throo times tho dla- across thn U. S, p QUALITY OF PRODUCT «"&'•-•: IS ESSENTIAL TO 1^^^^;^' •^f^'.':~''.:^tyif^ i 2&£&*dZ% Wood cnnririr,£ by U. McCorraick baxtl upon Ibis original oil punu'nz So Round, So Firm— So Fully Packed So Free and Easy On The Draw What's Doing In Naugatuck A calendar of events foi today, tomorrow and every day TONIGHT Montanarl-Rado Post Meeting. Younp GOP Club, Rep. Talbot Speaker. Amateur League Offlclttlo »na Team MnnaErois Meeting. ' August 14 nr.puhlican Town Committee Meeting, Driver Fined $100 After Truck Drops 14 Fence Posts A $100 finn was imposed upon Paul Selakls, 1217 West Main Ircet, Water-bury, in Nauga'.uclc lOi'ougti court this morning when he was arraigned before Judge Martin L. Calnc on a. reckless driv- inK charge. Sclakin was operator of the Seaboard Frclpht Lines trailer truck, which crashed in-lo a larffo pole ind knocked down U fence posts, property of the State Highway department, last night on Dead Man's Curve on tho Naugatuck-Watcr- bury highway. Operating south on the road, the driver said he los-t control of the truck and when applying his brakes. Cound they would not hold. The drive) 1 was uninjured and only slight damage resulted to the truck. Patrolman Theodore Klimaszcwski investigated the accident. Other cases in court were: Manuel Almeida, Jr., Central Hotel, New Milford, non-support, continued to Aug. 24; Howard C, Vagi. 330 Hillside avenue, passing a stop sign, forfeited $!3 bond. No Quorum At Welfare Board; Coal Bid Opened Despite failure to hold the regular monthly meeting of the board nf public welfare last night dun t-o the lack of a quorum, a bid from the Naugatuck Fuel Co. was opened in order -that the board niRlit purchase necessary coal for he coming year. For town hall use 15 tons of Kop- nor's coke at $10.14 a ton less 50 cents a ton for cash payment in ".n days, and a carload of High Volatile bituminous coal at S11.50 x ton will be purchased. The bitu- ninons coal is unavailable in quan- itics ICFB than a small carload, vhich is about 40 tons- Forty-five ton of Ktovc coal and ess $1 a ton will ho ordered for .so at the Moadowbrook Farm. Superintendent of Welfare I/eo scnlly said about 20 tons of fuel e.mains in the bin at the town all from last year's order, with one left nt the town farm. Members of the hoard in attendance wore Richard Parkinson, William Mariano. JameR Cuddy and Warden Leo J. Brophy. Report of the department for July is as follows: Outside poor. S2.8P2.84: hospitals, $1,828.85; children in homes, $633,M; Meadowbrook Home. JSS5.55; administration; $3,243,80. Appropriation, $35,*527; expenditures and encumbrances, ,f9,4S4.60, Social division report by K. M. frcnnan is as follows: Office visits. 3S; homo visits. 43; reopened cases, one; closed cases, three; aid dependent, children cases on hand, sjvon: new Old Apa Assistance, Mirco; Old Age Assis-lanco on hand, 00; coses at end of month' 140. UTAiLIJHED lit* ROGERS-PEET — A GOOD NAME TO KNOW IN MEN'S GOOD CLOTHES _ A good name, easy to pronounce — easy to remember and not easy to forget because the prices .$60 to $85. are forgotten long before the good clothes are worn out. Rogers-Peet good clothes are for the wisely thrifty who from experience have learned they cost less by the year than any other clothes you've ever worn- Complete * line of Work Clothes NAT'S 410 North Main St. Union City TET,. (5136 LAWNMOWERS GRASS CATCHER PAPER IN STOCK PITTSBURGH PAIXTS GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE 178 MAPLE STREET (Acrorn from City Baknry) Fron Delivery Telephono MM Time to take another look at the over changing economic picture, and the effect on your family budget. Time to consider your Savings Program—docs 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 securitv in later years. NAU6ATUCK SAVINGS BANK iSTOjEVIlirVFIFTH ANNIVERSARY 194.C All «PO<IK FUUy^GUARANTEED ^ Gold Star Post Colors Presented By Naugatuck News National and post colors, a gift, of Tho Nauga.tuck News, have been delivered to Gold Star Post. Catholic War Veterans. Commander Martin Lucas announced today. Tho colors will be used for the first time" officially In the Welcome Home parade Sept- 2. Commander Lucas said the colors were displayed at a meeting :>i-5t night In the St. Hedwig's church pavilion, at which plans were discussed for the parade. At- j tending were rcprcsentn-tlves of Die post and auxiliary and all the '•.huich organizations. The latter voted to join with the post, in taking part in the parade. •\ larcc attendance was a feature of the meeting. JGUS SMOKE SHOP \ \ 402 North Main St. Union Clt* % \ Gus Klimaszcwski, Prop, * ; Magazines - Periodicals ? j All Xon'SiTJapers - Candy > j Smokers' Supplies, Novetics, etc. ^ ****•+* Our Jumbo Banana Splits nnd Fresh Fruit Sundaes Ate The Talk of the Town! : CORNEE CANTEEN SR2 No- Alivln Street "I>om" Trllrrt'O. Troi>. EDDIE'S Corner Spring & Diamond St». GROCERIES - VEGETABLES FRUITS - ICE CREAM SODA FOUNTAIN SERVICE Freo Delivery Tel. 4919 Edwurd Vlnnkauckas, Prop. Officials Press Investigation Of False Fire Alarm Police and flee olTlcinls today wore pressinp: their investigation to determine the identity of thn hoys who registered a false fire alarm from Bex 39, HiKh and Hill streets at 9:3r> o'clock last nijrht. . Fire Chief John J. Sheridan said he learned from rcsid.>nt.« of tho area that a proup of boys were sr>en wrt.lkintr .alonflr a footpath lendlnR- from High street to Can-oil court Just before the alarm was sounded. Several false alarms have teen nesrlstered from this same box. Chief Sheridan pointed out, and residents of the nciphborhood have, been asked to cooperate In apprehend ing: those responsible. Highland Package Store 93 Highland Ave. — Tel. SflSS Anthony Furriir, I>rop. FREE DEMVERY All Tarts of Naupxtuck Try NEWS Want Thcy Bring Remilt*. COAL tbsfs! WITH THE HONEYWELL DAMPER CONTROL By inxtoIHna th* Honor**!! El«cftln JanJlor Hamper control you can lav* up to 30% on your coca bill. THlnk what thin BOTIJIO ni«aa« during Ju*t eno hoatmg 1 ••a*oc. W« bar* Electnc J a oil on in *t«r:h now. Call u« today. be!or» th» supply im yon«r lor lull information, The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 87 CHURCH ST. * PHONE 5236

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