The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on May 31, 1977 · Page 3
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V Emerson Phonoraclio ICli'll'i luill l'lii>li'>£i<U|>li \vltli Autmuiitld Urcitrtl Olmnecr for rnntlnimiiM (ilii.vln^ of |o lln(( I!} Inch rccunlH, Orxunlllcu tone. 1,863 To Attend | State Conventions Of Two Parties Fifteen Republican and 'Dem crutlo <IcIcK(ite.M from NtuiKiUu ^ will bo umotif,- the 1,303 to attcn t G. O. P. and Democratic state con > vontlomi In Hartford this yonr Tim Uupubllenn convention will b iiltunclntl by CIS, while 1,2-15 wil iitKind tho Dctnocfdtlc p:u-lc>-. Tin.- borough'* Republican pm-tj will unncl four clolr-jratcs to tho con vontlon-HChoOulod for Sept. 9 and 10 HI tho BmthnntT Memorial autll toi-lum. tho «nmo number which him uLtcncluct for tho iia.it scvcra ymii-M. Ru[>i-i!«ont[iUon from other nnu-bv town* will be «« follows; nothiiny, two; Chetthlrc, four '•i-dHpoct, two; Wolcott, two; Beacon fulls, two; Mlclcllobury, two; Oxford, two. The Inttor three tosvna 'in. In tho 17th District, with tho former towns bultiR In the 1-lth Dltitclct. WATKHWUUV 1 So. Main St. 45 W. Main St. JMUOATUCK 356 Church St. 21 S. Main St. SAVE at CARROLL'S! MKR9MATIC RAZORS 'USE LISTER1NE ANTISEPTIC FOR Kxlra lory* mod Ihlct tot •xlfrt -vrarmlh «\d . Quick, clxm. Deodorant Talcs AMOLIN 31c-S3c SP1RO 29c-49c SNO-MIST 49c 2. B. T 21c-43c QU1NSANA 47c plus t;i.\ Small llit Hidden Baouty In Your Hair GIANT 7 OZ. •1.00 SIX! Depilatories IRMA .................. 05c ZIP CHEAM ........... 37o DELI,1I1'& WONDERSTONE IMUN-MVX ...... Jl.ii-M.OO ' COtGATC'S'MCW CREAM DEOOOftANT rr^ Contains , OURATEX BAND-AID ADHESIVE BANDAGE pinpltotlul • Sad lot . tltlkti • HUM 39f LA»0( «lf» The amazing professional Mottiproofing Method now ovo/'/ab/o for Home uio ""793 LARVEX The Democratic party In tho bor- oiiKh will Ho.ncl 11 delegates to ILs convention 'to be held In Hartford Snpt. 10 and 17. The number of all delegates to the convention this year 'is -13 greater than two years OKO because of tho Increased vote I Cor President In 194-1. Delegates arc apportioned on the bnsls of two for each state representative, nnd one for each 1,000 votes or major fraction thereof over the first 1,000 Democratic presidential votes cast. Other delegates from towns the' iirott will bo: 'Bethany, two Cheshire, five; Prospect, two; Wol eott, two; Beacon Fulls, two; dlcbui-y, two; Oxford, two. . "7***"*^"""^****^^ | Women's Activities-Personal and Social /Mid New Developments (n Murder Case Onset, Mas.'!.. Aug. ID—(UP)—At oast two ponionH oaw Ruth Mc- tii-Jt with u male escort after she eft an Onset dance hall -the. night ho Was murdered. Authorities will iut Identify the witnesses but It's icHcvfld that summer vacationlsbi iruv the pair In a Wnreham store. Another witness told polico of coins a youth searching the wood- d area noar the Casino. And still nothcr development was u Kln.tn ollce nnnnuncomcnt that a pair f brown and svhito Spectator shoes avo been found. Tlirao arc slm- to the kind Miss McCurk was wcurlng. Marine Group To Participate In Celebration Participation in the V-J Day parade and Welcome Home celebration waa discussed last night at r. meeting of tho Women's auxiliary of the Marine Corps League hold n,t tho Lepion Memorial Home, 21 Cedar street During the business session conducted by Mrs, .John Grant, president several new members were accepted and plans discussed for holding a rummage sale in the near future. Mrs, Grunt, reported on tho Stutn Department convention held at the Hotel Garde. Now Haven, last Saturday and Sunday, PXI session of the group >e held Wednesday ovening, Aug. 21, nt the Legion Home. All mothers, wive;; and sisters C years o! ag* or over, arc ellg- hlo for membership nnd invited o attend the next meeting. Shower Held At Wood Residence A. personal shower recently wa: hnld at thu home of Miss. .Ann Wood, li Tolles souai'o, in honor o; Miss Louise Spallone of Watorbury who will be married Saturday to Anlo V, Carrioro of Waterbury. Miss Lucy Can'lcro assisted the hostess Among those attending were: Mrs. Margaret Moran, Mrs. John Spallone, Misses Helen Huphes, Catherine Smith, Josephine Spallone, Angela Spallone, Audrey Rupf, Suaan Porz.'o and Mary Ann Rinaldi. Mrs, William Wood, Misses Ruth Wood and Anno Shea, Naugatuck, Miss Violet Chapusi, Oakvillc and Miss Evelyn Jioncnt, Bristol. Volume of. underground water in he ciirth has been estimated to be ibout one-third oC the amount ound in the sea. BEAUTIFUL MtHICOlOR PRINTS Your man in uniform will enjoy receiving these" benuciful full- color enlargements made by Eastman from your Kodachrome transparencies. The right size for mailing to those in the Services is — 2X <2J x 3J). Order through us. NEW 3X SIZE 3 x 4% Apprx. Chicago Residents . Vacationing Here MI-, . and Mrs- Nicholas Ferronc and daughter, Joan, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fan-one, and Mrs. Carmeln Do Lucua, all of Chicago, 111., are spending a vacation with their iiunt, Mrs. Joseph Nardcllo, -199 South Main street. ORDKR THEM JIEBKi Fitzgerald-McGurn Wedding Intentions Wedding- intentions' .have been filed in the office of Town Clerk, Tlaymond J. St. John by John William Fitzgerald, 120 Gormnn street, and Grace McGurn, 181 Gorman Streat. The pouplc plan to be married Aug. 2G. Returned From Mexico Vacation Miss Helen B. Sokoloski, 34S Wooster street, a member of the faculty of. thn Salum school, has returned from .1 several week's vacation in Mexico.- KODAC'OLOR Films should be left here for developing and color prints. - . PHOTO SUPPLIES — PHOTO FINISHING Your LOCAL KODAK DEALER Is i SWEENEY'S Neary Eldg-. ART and STATIONERY! Church St. STORE! Naugatuck METAL SWINGS FOE CHILDREN For Indoor- or Outdoor Uso Special BEACON xroore CENTER 71 GRAND STREET Wuterbury WAREHOUSE 3 PC, SOLID MAPLE NOT KXACTJ.Y ' AS ILLUSTBATED All Metal Glider Love Scat Florence Wurm To Wed Saturday In Waterbury Preparations are underway , for the wedding of Miss Florence Wurm, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Wurm of Yale avenue, Middlcbury, and Charles Edward Murphy of Waterbury, which will be an event of Saturday morning at 10 o'clock in the Church of the Blessed Sacrament, Waterbury. Miss Wurm, who is a gradual of Naugatuck High school and th Waterbury hospital School of Nun, ng, will have as her attendant. 1 Miss Esther Tuttle, Walling-ford, a naid of honor. Jane Bentley an Miriam Hanson, classmates, Mai oi-ic O'Rourkc, of Wasington, D G., who served with her overseas ind Nancy Rilcy as bridesmaids Vioholas Klesch will be best man xnd ushers will bo Joseph Stance Francis Ring, Austin ' Fenn and Edward Anderson. Tfio prospective bride served with the U, S. Army Nurse Corps foi 21 months, 18 of which were in England and Germany. Mr. Murphy graduated from Crosby High school and received his bachelor of science degree at the University of Alabama. He did graduate work at Yale university and State Teachers college, New Britain, and is a faculty member at Driggs and Merriman school. Ho is a veteran of the armed forces, with overseas service in the South Pacific, . NACGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), THURSDAY. AUG. IS, 1M»—PAGE S Velvety Pansy Trim forcArreStS Have Been Made In East Hartford Daughter Born To Salem Street Couple daughter, Kathleen, was'borii Tuc-sOay to Mr. and Mi's. Maguire, 5 S.ilom stiiet, Mo.ry's hospital. William at St. Announce Birth Of Second Son Mr, nnrl Mrs, Charles Baukas, 57 alpln street, announce the birth of their second son, Stanley, Aug. 12 at St. Mary's hospital. Mrs. Baukas was the former Julia Mis of Beacon Falls. COMPENSATION John A. Monroe, of Naugatiick, was awarded weekly compensation of $15 beginning Jur.e .<, from the N.-iuffutucJt Funl coi/ipany, by Compensation Commissioner Harry PATTERN Xo. R24S6 Give your bed lin-cns. a beauty rcatmcnt. These colorful pansica .•ill add a touch of magic to your edroom. Pattern envelope contains ho-t- ron transfers for three designs, color chart, stitch illustrations and ull directions. Just Out! Our new 60-pngc mul- icolored "Book of Needle Arts" obtaining five free patterns, and nany other suggestions for dress- ng up your home and yourself, is ust off the press, "Send your re- ucst for -this book to the address sted below, enclosing twenty cents 20c.) in coins to cover the cost nd mailing charges. Send 35cents (coin) for Pattern o. R2436 to Naugatuck .Daily cws. Needle Ar'.s DcpL, P.O. Box >, Station G, New York 19, N. Y. lease include your postal zone umber. (Released by The Bel] Syndi- ate. Inc.) East Hartford, AUR; Three more arrests have been made in connection with the strike -at Hamilton Standard Propellers. Charged with breach of pcnca are Janice W. Uccllo, secretary- treasurer of the union. Samuel oldberpr, chairman of the union's negotiating- committee and H»rr- Ruslf in, a former striXef who had returned to work. Tho union charged there is an unfair discrepancy between the ar- •ests and the union request for apprehension of throe Hamilton officials. The union claimed that th6 official had bumped pickets while driving; through the gates. WIM, FIGHT EVICTIOX Boston, Aug. 15—(UP)—Housing for veterans is the subject of open controversy in three Massachusetts communities today. Thirty-two Cambridge 'families have agreed to fight eviction .after their landlord said he wanted to prepare the apartments for veterans and servicemen. DEAD AT 74 Boston, Aug. 15 — (UP)—The president and treasurer of B. L. Makepeace Incorporated of Boston, a blueprinting: and reproduction firm, is dead. 'Bcrtrand L, Makepence, 74, of Mansfield, died in a Boston restaurant yesterday. FATALLY INJt) RED Now Haven, Aug. 15—(UP) — Automobile injuries have caused the death of 76-year-old Mrs. Mary Galinski.' Police say she was run Of the 25 states which provide compensation for workers who contract disease from their occupations, only 11 alolw compensation for all such ailments. M. Barry Keegan j GLAMOUR 108 Bunk St. Waterbury !; Jonca Morgan BldR. Tel. 4-6384 | Krasow yesterday, Mr. Mcnroo suf-i down b i' a car operated by Mer~ fcred a dislocation of the sacroiliac. ' win G - D^ v idson of West Haven. Davidson is bein^ held nical charge of tor vehicle laws. 3 PC. LIVING ROOM SUITE FLAT ARM WOODEN KNUCKLE DURABLE RAYON UPHOLSTERY CEILING PRICE S309.00 SALE PRICE . *179 All Metal Glider Chair $12,50 Mahogany Bookcase $12,95 Maple Crib $12.95 6x9 Cocoa Rug's All Colors $9.95 Hassocks $2.95 Rocker 'Beach Chairs $2,95 Metal Waste Paper Baskets ...'...' $1.95 Glass Visible Mail Boxes . . , .$1.00 Heavy Rubber Door Mats .,. .i?1.95 Pin,-Up Lamps '........., $2,95 Metal or Silk TSed Lamps . .. ,$2.95 Feather Pillows from 75c Metal Smoker Stands . .from $1.50 EASY TERMS UP TO 1 YEAR TO PAY on a tech- violating the mo- About 45 per cent of the matches used in the U: S. are in books. if Help prevent * SOAP SHORTAGE Bring In your * USED FATS * AURORA MARKET IS MAY ST. CKTO Brown Oxfords Double Tip Rubber Heel $3.98;to $5.50 • Moccnsln Toe With Rounded To<« .95 $4. Sturdy, pood-looking nnd long-wcnrlnc i«ro thcue wondr.rful oxfords for your school-bound girl and boy. Bring them In today. TABLE TOP 2 BURNER OIL STOVES $750 • RADIOS 9 PHONOGFRAPH& • COMBINATIONS PHILCO ............ S30.35 CROSLEY ...... ..: $29.95 CLARION ...$25.95 White PHILCO . ... ...... $76.00 COMBINATION .... -.$76.00 PLENTY OP OTHERS IMMEDIATE DELIVERY FIVE FLOORS OF FINE JURNITURE SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY Steady, interesting work making- our famous Keds, Gaytees, and other quality footwear Now Available FOR WOMEN Apply at our Employment Office Rubber Ave. at Water St. UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. Footwoar Plant Naugatuck Conn. fGET THE MOST FOR YOUR MONET W FRIENDLY SeKWCC TOO/ ; 6EUKE JACKSPMTTMPSAVEMOttflin We'LL CA5H (TIN Help get SOAP back on our shelves BRING YOUR USED FATS TO US! G F. DAVIS 128 CHURCH ST.

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