The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on February 22, 1977 · Page 10
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 10

Atchison, Kansas
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Tuesday, February 22, 1977
Page 10
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•ACE 10- NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.). THURSDAY. .TUNK go. IMP Drop In Milk Production This Year Expected Hartford, Juno 20-(UP)-Thc woi'flt milk Hhortiiffo In Conncctl- cufH hlHtory Id In prospect—unlc*!« Immediate steps ru'0 tiikon—nocovd- inff to Stnto Dlury and Food Com- rnlMBlonor Cnrl M. Shfirpo. A survey nhow« mllK production In the Htfttc l» duo to drop rnoro ATTKNTION AUTO EADIOS ANY CAR Iinninllitln Dfllvfry InilFilliillnn WILLIAMS KADIO MB Nn. Mnln St. 3-1)517 thfin 25 'million quarts this .year, The number of produccr-dcalors linn boon reduced from 1800 to lean thnn half that total. Sharpe said that whnt Is needed Immodlntely 1st a price adjustment which will allow thc milk farmer onough profit to remain in business. FINE DOUBLE BILL IS CURRENT AT THE STRAND . Unchallenged as the "smartest horso In movies," Trigger, Rogers' beautiful palomino, performs more Ihnn 70 tricks on cue. Thc horso, almost as famous as hhi master, !s soon with Roy Rogers in their latest Republic picture, "Song oC Arizona," now at thc Strand theater. Ropers has trained the horse himself, and Trigger ROCS through hln repertoire of amazing tricks ut children's and veterans' hospi- "MAKE IT A MILLION!" _ •:.- ^ ENLIST BEFORE JULY 1 GOOD (On fan roi/ U. S. Army CHOOtf THIS /ic«e panrcssioN NOWI 36 NORTH MAIN ST. Third Floor, (ovor Grlnvo, UlsHot A llolliiiul, Inc.) Waterbury,' Conn. ctnd bo auro ol obtaining th» Army'i gonoroufl iamily allow- anco lor your dopondonlfl lot tho tun Jonglh ol your enlist- mont. Ovor throo-quartora of a million young mon have on- llfllsd In tho Regular Army to dal». MAKE IT A MILLION! For lull details, apply ,ert yoia noaront Army Camp or Post, 4^ 0. S. Airay Hoauiting Stallou. tnls, on thc stages of theaters, and lit rodeos as well-as in motion Jjic- U So S 'popular is the ; horao, that-he receives fan mail addressed to him personally, and requesting - his nlnc years old and at thc height of his: as ar. actor. Rarely '-. .. tal, he docs become nervous when fans under the Impression that hairs from his tall are lucky souvenirs, attempt to got the prized CS second lead is "Traffic in Crime." • TWO NEW SHOWS THIS WEEKEND AT STATE, HARTFORD Two entirely different stago shows will be presented this weekend at the State theater, Hartfo.d. Randy Brooks, nis "Golden Trumpet and Orchestra with Carol Mooncy, lovely song stylist, ana Harry Prime, romantic baritone, will be the featured In Person attraction along with a gala stage show on Friday and taaturday U days only) at the State theater, Hartford On Sunday (1 day only), Jerry Colonna, thc funniest man on the stage, screen-, and radio, will appear In Person^with ^l.^brancl Boree'r' Jeriy Cd'lonna features in his fun-packed jam-borcc, 'such famous stars as Tony Romano, Lob Hope's favorite singer and guitarist- Fay McKenzie, Hollywood fllm and radio star; • Bonnie Lou Williams, lovely vocalist formerly starred with. Tommy Dorscy, and Billy Buttcrfleld and his solid new Band, ' Australians arc said to be the world's heaviest meat eaters. They consume an average of 240 pounds Dor year as compared with the DREY* PEARSON WASHINGTON MERR^OiOUNO gele's; Admiral: Hart Unity .;/ /•':.".'. Washington—The British .r a secret'report.•on. General On Army-Navy hallo vitch- was collaBoraO Intclligc nco report, at heart." . ''"''',' British Intelligence went on to Brs n explain that they believed •••Mikhall- Ivltch to be sincerely anti-German, but that he considered .Tito's partisans more darig-erous to the Jugo- slav monarchy than, the Axis. "Once -ho had made this decision," British Intelligence states, "Mikhallovitch was irrevocably "a committed to the path of collabor ation. Nowhere were, his forces strong enough to remain hostile to the Germans" and' the -quisling regimes and yet defeat.' the parti- "Though believing Himself a patriot, he (Mikhallovitch) was rc- gard'od by most of .his countrymen as a traitor. All this .was the in- cvitabable. result of his. decision to regard the partisans rather than the Germans is the main enemy. present alignment o r ciietnik ve'ry'nature of the Chttnik standpoint ,To hope to 'reform or. gnl- vaniztf the Chctnik organization into anti-Axis activity Is to misun- ancc, nor can they be expected to contribute anything to her approaching resurgence,' British intelligence concluded. Mailman Sullivan Two little attention Is paid » n this politics-ridden capital to the quiet, unassuming ofllcials who consistently do a bang-up J°b One of them Is Assistant Postmaster General Gael Sullivan. Coming from Chicago and trained under Mayor Ed Kelly, Sullivan at flrst loked like a pure political appointee. In six months, however, he has become one of tlio most effective "members of the Little Cabinet. On July 1st, Sullivan will sec one of his dreams come true—when regularly scheduled helicopter mall deliveries will begin in the Los Angeles area. Sullivan is also experimenting with Jet planes and rockets for swltter mail service, hopes to have 12-hour mail service between any two communities in the US A. He Is also working on n. plan'for shipping all first-class mail by air at any time Congress gives him the Green light. Three-cent air mail, ho believes, is not only pos- der'stand''. Its very essence. The forces on -the QCrSLUUU . H.D .--., • Ghctnlks arc not so much thc adherents' bf-a clear-cut political pro- gramme, as the product, of a .psychological state ot mind—the frustration, confusion and rcsent- ment.,-rcsulting from the suddon collapse of the state. • "To look tor any prominent leaders or elements within Mikhoilo- vitch's Chctnik organization as un- coimpromiscd by collaboration or with a 'consistent record of anti- Axis action behind them is an Illusion. None such exists. The Chetnlk rank and flic may have been misled and still be. potentially capable of action within thc partisan forces, siblc, but practical. Sullivan is one , bureaucrat who Is really -underpaid. Any morning you an flnd him at his desk by 7:30 a m. and he never Icavca before 8 p. m. When you add up the hours Sullivan puts in on his job and the pay he receives, his hourly wage is less than that of Philadelphia garbage collectors. Admiral Hnrt Forget* Some military leaders have short memories — especially when the question of Army-Navy unification is being debated. The other day, Admiral Tommy Hart, now a Senator from Connecticut, delivered himself quite an tcllinif other senators what tLUU tJH wi L*I »** *.««»* r- — - -•— — but their leaders have contributed iiui. i nothing to thc record of J'Ugo- tho i slavia's heroic three years' resist- QUALITY OF PRODUCT IS ESSENTIAL CONTINUING rwKk bflaod upsn Ibo srlBiual oJ painting Wool«J>«taYiD»by 1J For your own real deep-down •making enioy ment. . smoke that smoke of Fine Tobacco, idea of unifying the Army and Navy, he said, is,out of the question. However, the Admiral apparently had forgotten his own experiences in thc Pacific War and what he wrote about them. After he was relieved from command 1 following a series of disastrous defeats, Admiral Hart wrote some articles for the Saturday Evening Post in which he came out strong for unified command. For instance, here is what he wrote about thc U, S .landing in the Solomon Islands, at the time he was an admiral, not a Senator: . . "The unified command principle —commanders who are supreme in thejr respective theaters—which is already a feature of this war, will no doubt obtain. The idea has been found correct while we were on thc defensive in thc Pacific, and It semes absolutely essential in offensive amphibious war." Again, here is what Admiral Hart wrote about the splendid urn- lied command of the .Japs when they mopped up the British at Singapore and Malaya: "Thc RAF had a considerable force on Malaya, within easy flying range of the sea area where it all happened. The British battleships received no aid from the RAF, cither in reconnaissance or in defense by fighter planes against the Jap air attack which resulted in the loss of the Repulse and Prince of Wales and their commander, ( "We have never heard why the RAF fighters, which were half an hour away, gave Admiral Phillips no help whatever. Thc British way docs not look good for our purposes. "The history of that campaign is well enough known, and it seems necessary only to repeat that the Japs showed us an example m which troops, ships and aircraft were splendidly co-ordinated, both in plan and in execution. "Now, in the face of the record, if we arc going to copy foreign institutions, whom should we copy? Shall It be our British friends or our Japanese enemies—themselves thc world's most renowned copyists, if you will?" With 'the heat of battle over, however, and Admiral Hart now a senator, he has reverted to the old peacetime tradition of Army-Navy rivalry. v Capital Chuff Both the Chl.ncse Nationalists an the Chinese Communists are bursting to learn what's in thc script for "The Life of Dr. Sun- Yat-Sen," a new movie to be made by Producer Lester Cowan. Perhaps General Marshall could use oriental curiosity to persuade both sides to get together... Assistant. Secretary of the Navy John Kcn- nv is the latest to knife President Truman's atomic control policy. Kenny testified on Capitol Hill •that he was personally in favor of giving the military greater control over atomic energy — which was-directly contrary to his commander-in-chief... British Tories arc urging ex-Prime Minister Winston Churchill to resign as Tory Leader of Commons and devote himself solely to writing his memoirs. They seem to feel he can be more useful In. private life.. (Copyright, 1946, Syndicate, Inc.) by Thc Bell Rice, first planted in Virginia in 1647, was a failure, and considered an Impractical crop. It was not grown there successfully until 1694. WATCH FOR OCR NEWLY; RENOVATED STORE'S GRAND OPENING! CORNER CANTEEN 892 No- Main Street "Dom" Ttllerlco, Prep. ^*i**'**»»**** i ****»********** N *' ISTABLISHED I 885 OUT OF YOUR BATH OR SHOWER-A CLEAN SHAVE —OUR MASCULINE TOILETRIES—AND YOU'RE A NEW MAN. :, Even to the world known forest scented sandalwood and pine soaps—special model cakes to fit a man's hand—packaged two bars in masculine redwood box j $1.50—other packaging assorted ' items up to $5.00 After shave talc, lotions and mas- ; culine scents to keep a man on his toes, fit as a fiddle, sure of his social security and his standing amonst well groomed men. G. E. TABLE MODE!. RADIOS G. E. KITCHEN and ALARM CLOCKS Order Your Hot Point Electric Appliances HAWLEY HARDWARE 102 CHURCH ST. Telephone 4086 Now In Effect! ! SUMMER STORE HOORS 9 A. M. to C P. M. Daily CITY BAKERY B. P. BTOPPAN1. PROP. Maple St. Tel. S«7» STRATTON'S RESTAURANT 18-20 Park Place Open Dally Until 1 A. M. • DAILY LUNCHEONS • AND DINNERS • A LA CARTE MEND Dining Room, Food B«r wxl Booth Scrvlc* Full Liquor License EMBRUSKJ J4S1 Nft. Slum Si. Tel. XH05 Union Clt»| FUR STORAGE I Glazing, Ro-modcllntr, Etc. I f With vour Family's Future. AVoild vour family bo able io enjoy the satnc standard of livins if a«ytW»S h«P Start that Savings Account today! and include Low Cost Savings Bank Life Insurance for family protection. ' __^ NAUGATUCK SAVINGS BANK ,870 «»ENTY«H» ANNIVERSARY IW5. Great Oak Farm OXFORD ROAD Tel. 5049 PERFECTLY PASTEURIZED MILK and CREAM STRISIPS i (V.ntcr St. Wntcrbury, l/oni 10 Center St. FACIAL TISSUE BOXES — $1.25 i EDDIE'S Corner Spring * GROCERIES - , FRUITS - ICE CREAM SODA FOUNTAIN SERVICE Free Delivery Tel 4919 Edward VlnnknucUas, X rop. LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED & REPAIRED SANZERI'S«-" 20 SAVINGS ST. 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