The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on June 7, 1977 · Page 8
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 8

Atchison, Kansas
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Tuesday, June 7, 1977
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FAOB H-XAtTOATUCK NKWS (CONN.). TUESPAl'. AUG. 20. Woman Claims $750 Damages For Support Mm. Aclii (UftftonlllD Korohl o noxbury, fllfxl n JWO milt for d.-inl- •jrei n«nln»t hor formnr hiwhiincl John HfKnn of NuiiKntimk. In Common Pious court, Wn tor bury, yo;i tenlny. Mm, Kni'fikl olnlm« Ihn dofnmliiol noKlflCtfld tr> provldn for tinr mip- port from June 1, 10'I.V. until liml Knh. H. whllo «ho wnji KLIll mill- rlod to him nn<l that «hp hud to npnncl JBOO of hnr own fumlH. Ac- oorrllnjf to thn writ, thcv v/an mnr- rlod In tho boroujrh July 1, 10-H nnd wrrn liixt Knli, «,, wi;h thfl plrilntlfr hnvliiK ulncn nmrrliKl. Wo Arc Now Receiving Shipments Of WEAR-EVER ALUMINUM WARE NAUGATUCK HARDWARE NKAltY HtHI.DTNO TEL. 5212 Governor Will Name New Chairman Of Highway Commission Hartford, Aug. 20-CUP)— Governor nnlclwln Is considering tho np- r.nlntmont of n 'jiucnoHnor to th- Suprcrno Court Jil.-tlco Arthur F. Kiln nx chairman of the Suite .Highway .Sfifoty Com mission. JtiHtlcn Kiln iTHlgnerl from tho (,'ommlfifllon because, he tolfl lhi> (.•ovnrnor, M« fUiprome no'.irt work ro-nmanelod his rull nttontlon. I'>lls finrvocl on the commission since I Ml. Mrs. K. Tuckey's Condition Same Tho condition of Mrs, Kenneth liclfV of Prospoct road, who wn» nirk by a motorcycle Sunday af- 'i'MOOii on the Wolcott-Brlntol •rind, rortmlns th" Mfimfj today fit it. Mnry'H hospital, where she Is KilnK Irimlecl for throe fractured 'crtnhrno. Her condition is not i-Ulcfil. First Report On Finances To Be Given Welcome Home Group To Meet At Court Room Thursday Night Beacon Falls rseactm rrtna ~ Republicans To Nominate Upright, bwan For First And Second Selectman jonight Free Pencil Box Wltli Kvrry Pair of SCHOOL SHOES lit NAT'S 410 North Main St. Union City TISI.. 0130 Chilli-man John Broon of tho Welcome Home ComVUtoe announced toctfiy 11 meeting of thn finance subcommittee to be hold Thursday night ut tho court room. A report nn tho progress to date In thn rula- Ing of funds for ' tho celebration here September 2 will be given by Chairman George Lewis, Great .success 'has aeon reported In connection with plans for the presentation of an automobile during the Wplcomc Home celebration. The automobile has been on display nt the Green and at local factories the past few weeks. AiTanpemcnts are ihnpintf up toward thn biggest celebration in the history of Naugatuck, Mr. Brorn .said. The parade will Include a majority of the returned servicemen and women of Nnugatuck, plus 10 or 12 muslcfil aggregations. Festivities will 3tnrt the morn- Ing of September 2 and continue throughout the day with entertainment, refreshments, dnnclng and memorial services at Linden Park. M«ny reslclenU who had made lilnns to lie away for' l.nbor Dny are .now making arrangements to stay "in Naugatuck to take part in the progmm. Two Borough Sailors Receive Discharge Two Nuugutuck sailors were recently discharged from tho Separation Center at Lido Beach, Long Island: Horace G. Baker, Yeomnn, 3-c of Platt.s Mills and Edward J. Can- cice, F 1-c New Haven rond. Plans Progressing For VF.W. Ball A meeting of the Ball Committee, Crusiicler Post, VFW, was held last night at the post rooms on Rubber avenue, Plans for the ball, wv.loh will be held Sept. 14 In Linden Park are progressing .Co-chairman Gaston Adams said. COMPENSATION Edward Piekxsko, of ttfion City h/is be\n awarded compensation payments of .$24.71 weekly from the U S. Rubber company, by ( Compensation OommTwioncr Harry Krasow. The payments are to start as of July 1. Mr. Pick/ska suffered .1 lacerated right palm while working for th* U. S. Rubber concern. BKIHGEPORT MAN HURT New London, Aug. 20— (TJP)-Jo- ypph L. Frm-ella of Bridgeport has been Injured in a trnllor-truclc accident, His truck was sldcswipcd by a Central Vermont Railway engine at a crossing. Pnrrcllci received a. frnctured skull. Extended Weather Boston, AU K , ' England extended weather forecast : The temperature durlnp the next four diiya will averaprc two to four degrees below the seasonal normal. .Above normal temperatures Wed- ncedav will be followed by cooler weather during the rest of the week Some normals for the pei- •od arc: Boston and New Haven, Conn., CO; Providence, R. I., JO Naivtucket and Burlington, Vt., 67; Concord, N. H., 66' Portland, Me., 65 • . Eaatport, Me., 60; Greenville, Me,, and Presquc Isle, Me., 02 degrees. Rainfall amounts will range from three to seven-tenths inches, occurring as general showers on Thursday and as scattered showers .Saturday. Caulf ield Announces Council Meeting Grand Knight Francis Caulficld today called a special meeting of Ojeda Council, Knights of Columbus, .to be held tomorrow night at 8 o'clock at the council rooms. Mr. Caulfleld said business of extreme Importance would he discussed and urged all members to attend. Canada's 1D40 population was set at about 12 million. Delegates To Convention Also To Be Named At Caucuses In Town Hall QUALITY OF PRODUCT *s^« IS ESSENTIAL TO CONTINUING SUCCESS _, ^s%^, 2"T3*?i •'••• "4; Wood enenvinc by II. McrCormiok bu«d UDOB UM original oil palatine Mea/?s fifae Tbtacco .. and in a Cigarette its the Tobacco that counts The Republican party of Beacon Falls will meet tonight, 8 p. m, in the Town Hall to hold their annual caucus to nominate candidates for the various town offices and to sn- lect delegates for the Btatc convention in Hartford, Sept, 9 and 10. Delegates to probate and congressional convention also will be named. It was reported today that Ralph Upright, present first selectman would once again receive the nomination to that office, with Wilfred Swan being named to the second selectman position. Christian Weiss, who is the present second selectman, will not run, as he recently tendered his resignation from alj town offices, In announcing his retirement from local politics. Other offices that nominees will be selected for at this evening's meeting are: Assessor, Board of Tax Review, Grand Jurors, Constables, Registrar of Voters, Board of Education and Board of Finance. Chairman J. W. Woodward will preside. Polish American Democrats Meet The Polish American Democratic club will hold a.meeting Thursday, Aug. 22, 1946, at the White" Eagle club. After the meeting, refreshments will be served. Members are urged -to bring their friends to this meeting and social. Group to Celebrate Anniversary The White Eagle Club have announced plans for the organization's 25th anniversary which will be held Oct. 26, at 7:30 p. m. In White Eagle hall. A banquet will be held a* that time in the basement of the hall. The group secured their charter on Oct- 28, 1921, with a small group of men comprising the membership. Since that time, the si7-e of the organization has grown, until now there are more than 100 members in the group. Its present olllccrs are: President, Stanley Mrozanski; vice president, Felix Oldakowski: financial secrctaiy, Walter Mo/tyjasik; secretary, Alexander Oldakowski, and treasurer, Walter O'.dakowski. The arrangements for the affair n r c being handled by Edward Chmulinski. Appointed DelPtruto J. W. Woodward of Wolfe avenue was elected a delegate to the Nation American Legion convention in San Francisco, at the recent state convention, hold last week in Hartford, The convention is scheduled to be held Sept. 30 to October 4. Mr. Woodward is the commander of the American I-cgion Post 20, located in Beacon Falls. His installation as commander, an office to which he was recently elected, will take place Sept, 3. Auto, Oil Burner Fires Extinguished The local fire department was called out twice yesterday afternoon to extinguish minor fires. Chief John Sheridan announced today. An oil burner at -the home of Miss Blanche Morgan, 92 Carroll street, overflowed early yesterday afternoon and the local department was called to extinguish the blaze. The fire occurred when the occupant lit an oil burner, attached to the kitchen range. The fire caused a huge volume of smoke to rise in the kitchen, hut damage w:rs slight, Chief Sheridan reported. At 3:0r> p. m. the local department responded to a call from n signal box at Hillside avenue and Pnrk avenue extension. A short circuit in a 1937 Ford sedan owned hy James Bickcrdlke of 179 Aetna street caused a slight blaze beneath the hood of the vehicle. Damage WHS slight, ,t.he chief said, with the flames affecting paint on the dashboard n.nd burning part of the wiring in the motor. The driver was uninjured. Conn. Republicans To Hold Caucuses (By United Pross) Rnpi;blicon town caucuses will be held tonight throughout Connecticut to select men and women who will nominate G-O-P candidates for state and congressional oflices. The caucuses mark the official stnrt of the. 3946 political season. Democratic caucuses^ to name convention delegates will be held next Tuesday. Firemen To Meet Thursday Nig-ht A special meeting of tho Naugatuck Hose, Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1 to be held Thursday night, was called today by Foreman Herbert Cockcroft. Mr. Cockcroft requests all members of the group who plan to either participate 1n the Welcome Home Day cefebra- tion or in. the parade at the state convention Kug. 31 at Torrington, to attend. MAY ORGANIZE Stamford! Aug-. 20—(UP)—Tho city council ,has a.pproved a resolution authorizing the Are department to organize. The council requested F the fire chief to formulate machinery for receiving grievances. A few other fire departments in Connecticut have similar authority which, permits unionization. ISTAIUSHID 1 III A SMART FEATHERWEIGHT ROBE OF NYLON AND RAYON AT $20 THAT'S A ROBE TO BE SEEN IN. It's a fusion of two great fabrics with a minimum of weight which makes it equally as popular with women as well men. The colors are beautiful, the model is attractive and ideal for that vacation trip or for your regulation at home lounge robe as an aid to gracious living. WANTED ELECTRIC MOTORS 1-6, 1-4 and 1-2 H. P. Tel. Waterbury 4-1694 and Reverse Charge HIGHEST PRICES PAID The WATERBURY HEATING Co. Leaders In Home Heating 34-W SPRING ST. 4-6478 LAWN-MOWERS GRASS CATCHER WALL PAPER IN STOCK PITTSBURGH PAINTS GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE 178 MAPLE STREET (Acromi from City Bakery) Delivery Telephone MM TIME Time to take 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 need*. 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 security in later years. NAUGATUCK SAVINGS BANK 1870 KVEHTY FIFTH ANNIVERSARY I94£ AUOEPO^IK FULLY GUARANTIED - :GUS SMOKE SHOP 402 North Main St. Union City Gun Kllmaszewskl, Prop. Masrazines - Periodicals AH Xewrfpapere - Candy Smokeni' Supplies, Novctlcs, etc. Our Jumbo Banana Splits and Fresh Fruit Sundaes Are The Talk of the Town! ! CORNER CANTEEN 392 No- Main Street "Pom" TclJrrlro, Prop. EDDIE'S Corner Spring & Diamond Sta. GROCERIES - VEGETABLES FRUITS - ICE CREAM SODA FOUNTAIN SERVICE Free Delivery Tel. 4919 Edward Vlaskauckas, Prop. Highland Package Store |: OS Highland Ave. — Tel. 3983 ; Anthony Farrnr, Prop. FREE DEMVERT AH Parts of Naupatock k i f^r^fJ- Try NETTS Want Ad».— They Bring Re»uJt>. COAL COSTS ! WITH THE HONEYWELL OAMPtk CONTROK. BT Installing th« Han*Tw«ll EUctrlo Janitor Hamper control you can iar» up lo 30% oa your coal bill. Think what this Farina m«ani during ]uit on* h*atin? ••aion. W* hcrv* Electric Jaaitori In •tork DOW. Call us today, before lh« lupply is yon«< lor lull information. The NattgatUCk Fuel COST CHURCH ST. PHONE 5236 (I

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