The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on March 7, 1977 · Page 3
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Atchison, Kansas
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Monday, March 7, 1977
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speaking program. The various Girl and Boy Seoul troops will place (he wrealh on the slatue, and (he program will conclude wilh all singing "God Bless America." Liler in the evening a Pulaski Memorial formal ball will be held al Die Sheraton Ci vie Center from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Music will be furnished by Hay Henry and the New Brass Orchestras. The Almanac Weather Conditions By United Press International NAUGMUCK NEWS (Conn.) Monday, June 21.1916 - Page 5 City & Kcsl Albuquerque t Anchorage f Asheville pc Atlanta pc Ball im ore sy Billings Mont, sy Birmingham pc Boston f Charlston S.C. Is By United Prrtst International Today is Monday, June 28, the 180th day of 1970 with 186 to Charlotte N.C. pc follow. Chicago ts The moon is between its new Cleveland (s phase and first quarter. Columbus cy The morning stars are Dallas pc Mercury and Jupiter. Denver sy The evening stars are Voius, DCS Moines pc Mars and Saturn. Detroit Is Those born on Ihis date are El Paso sy under the sign of Cancer. Hartford sy American composer Richard Honolulu pc Rodgers was born June 28, Houston pc 1902. Indianapolis Is On this day in history: Jackson Miss, pc In 1894, Congress declared Jacksonville ts Ihc first Monday in September Kansas City pc as Labor Day. Las Vegas sy In 1919, World War I was little Hock pc officially ended with the signing Ixis Angeles sy of the Treaty of Versailles. Louisville pc In IS!I, the use of public Memphis pc funds for parochial schools was Miami pc ruled unconstitutional by the Milwaukee pc United States Supreme Court. In 1972, President Nixon announced that no more draftees would be sent to Vietnam unless they volunteered. THIS STATUE OF GEM. CASIMIR PULASK1 will be unvelltd and dedicated al special ceremonies in Hartford on Saturday. Sculpted hy Granville Carter, the statue will he presented to the City of Hartford. Pulaski. who served under Gen. George Washington during the Revolution, was known as the "Father of the American Cavalry," and died ol wounds received in the Battle of Savannah. Ga. on Oct. 11, 1779. A thought for the day: Genera! of the Army Douglas MacArllier said, "In war. there is no substitute for victory." Minneapolis pc Nashvilte pc New Orleans pc N'o'.v York sy Okla City f Omaha sy Philadelphia sy Phoenix sy Pittsburgh" pc Portland Me. pc hlloPcp 93 63.... M 47.... 81 65 .... 84 66.... 92 68.... 79 48.... 82 66.... 70 60 .... 84 74 .16 85 67.... 90 66 .26 88 67.... 85 64 .... 95 76.... 94 56.... 78 633.06 89 64 .24 95 62.... 86 59 .... 85 74.... 92 78.... 88 65 .43 92 77 .09 90 73.... 91 67 .35 109 71.... 90 70.... 102 72 .... 89 09.... 90 71 .10 84 78 .... 87 65 .04 79 59.... 87 68 .04 89 73.... 90 69.... 91 70.... 82 62 .... 92 67 .72 113 87 .... 85 62.... 64 52 .... Pulaski Statue To Be Dedicated In Hartford Edward J. Kozlowski, chair- IV veterans; Polish and manoflheDcdicationCommittee American Girl and Boy Scout of the Gen. Casimir Pulaski groups; the First Aimy National 'Monument, has announced that Guard: Polish Legion of the general public is invited to American Veterans and ladies attend a holy Mass of Dedication Auxiliary, Depl. of Conn., and at SS. Cyril 4 Methodius Church many other veteran and civic at 4p.m.; a parade at 5 p.m., and groups Ihroughoul the stale. All an unveiling ceremony on Main units will march up Charter Oak St. al 5.30 p.m. on Saturday July Avc. led by the Hartford Police 3, in Hartford. Honor Guard. They will turn Mass will be offered by Ksv. righl on Main St. and will ter- Anlhony J. Bomboliski, pastor, minale al the slatue between the and lay people participating in FederalBuitdingaudthe McCook Ihecereraony are: Judge William House. C. Bieluch. commentator; first Theunvcilingof Ihc monument reading in English by Waller J. will IK performed by the three Prcech, general chairman of the chairmen: Waller J Przech: Monument Committee; and Mrs. Rev. Anthony J. Bomboliski, and Frances Chlehica, committee Edward J. Kozlowski; also, the secretary will give a second sculptor Granville Carter and the reading in Polish. The Knights of architect Edwin Thatcher. Fr. Columhushonorguardwillescort Boml»liski will bless the slalue into church Gov. Ella T. Grasso; alter the singing of the American Cong. William H. Cotter, First and Polish national anthems. District; and Mayor George A. The monument is a 10-foot high Athanson; the Monument tironie equestrian placed upon a Committee and their families; 12-foot high Indiana limestone Granville Carter, the sculptor; and Maine granite pedestal, for a Edwin Thatcher, Ihe architect; total of 22 feel from sidewalk contract signed in 1973, with the final completion schedule to coincide wilh Ihe bicentennial celebration of 197G. Gen. Pulaski, who was born on March 4,1748 inWarka, Province of Podolia, Poland, was interviewed by Benjamin franklin and Silas tieane in France and was recommended to George Washington by them to assist in the Revolutionary War. Ik served under Gen. Washington wilh distinclion, was promoted to a brigadier general by the Continental Congress, founded the First Cavalry of the Unilcd Slates and is known as Ihe "Father of the American Cavalrv." Plane Crash Victims' Bodies Found Off Cape Saturday. The bodies of the pilol and the two women were discovered shortly alter 9 a.m. on an undeveloped stretch of shore along the Atlantic side of Cape Cod called High Doon. The discovery set off THURO, Mass. ilJPII Three hodies which washed ashore here and a fourth found al sea are believed lo be the occupants of a single engine Canadian plane reported missing on a (light from Nanlucket io Provincelcnvn. Police Chief Ralph Lapore search of near-by waters by said Sunday one had been Truro Police and the Coast identified as Ihe pilot of Ihe Guard, which sent vessels, a Cessna 172 hut his name was helicopter and a diver Io aid in wilheld pending notification of the search, his family, l-aporc said mark- Wreckage of the plane was ings on tlie clothing of Ihe other discovered about 500 yards three indicated they also were offshore. Lapore said. The Canadians. fourth body, of a man, was Lapore said Ihe todies found discovered in the water by .Sunday were of two men and searchers at about 3 p.m. After" maov,.'w»™™- , Autopsies were ordered, tallies. L -was; wounded while- The"watches worn bylwo-cf - The plane had flown to leading a cavalrv charge v-hich-llxrfn'tfell stopped af :m the ^anlucket from. Province own -wrested Savannah: Ga. from-its-..-approximate lime of Ihe crash, earlier m lhc day, and lef the Ilrilhish captors and gave his life according lo Richard Clark island for Ihe Right back at president of the Cape Cod 4.-<b p.m. It was believed the Divers Council. The plane was plane went down at about 5:M reported missing at 6 p.m. p.m., Lapore said. in Ihe cause of American dependence on Oct. 11.1779 at Ihe ageof31. He was Ihe only foreign- Ijorn officer in the Revolutionary War lo give his life for America's freedom and independence. Brad Davis will be the master of ceremonies anil will introduce the speakers. Gen. Chairman Przech. on behalf of the Gen. Casimir Pulaski Memorial Committee, and all donors, will Kansas City Site Of GOP Convention Maj. Gen. John F. Freund, ad- level. Contract price for the julant general, Connecticut monument was $124,000. of which officially present Ihe statue as a Army National Guard; Chester 98 jwr cent was received from gifl lo the City of Hartford. Hossiwal, main Polish speaker; private donations. Thousands of Col. Hychard Rudnicki, Waller Americans of Polish descent and Maznicki and many other Ilieij- friends contribulcd lo the government and civic fund drive over a four-year dignitaries. period. Two other attempts over After mass. Parade Chairman Ihe past M years lo build a John Dombek has arranged for a monumcnl lo Gen. Pulaski were parade comprising o! Firsl Co. unsuccessful for various reasons. Governor's Foot Guard and This Ihirdcommillee was formed Horse Guard, 100 PLAV-Dislrict in 1972. a sculptor selected, and a Mayor George Alhanson will accept the nionumenl and offer his remarks. Gov. Grasso. Cong. Cotter. Chester Rossiwal, Waller Maznicki. Gen. Krcund. Col. Hudnicki, Granville Carler, Kdwin Thatcher, Rev. Bom- psi-Cda HOTSHOT Basketball Contest Starting this summer, look for Pepsi-Cola's new basketball skills contest called Hotshot in recreational centers and playgrounds throughout the United States. The program is presented in conjunction with the National Basketball Association. HOTSHOT lh PATItlCK A. MA1.0XK vention week but the vohimi- KANSAS CITY. Mo. (Uf'Ii — nous paperwork and physical Sharing the river bottoms west preparations Beforehand. The of Kansas City's skyscrapers parly's budget does not reflect are warehouses of mud-red Ihe S500.000 the city is spending brick and rusty corrugated io prepare the convention site. sidings, noisy, rank-smelling — Each of Ihe three major stockyards and lonely boxcars television networks plans to the railroads seem lo have send 500 lo 600 persons to forgotlen. Kansas City and spend an Only one thing disturbs the estimated SI million lo SI.5 .-- - — . uniform dreariness of the million on convention coverage, boliski, Edward J. Koztowski and neighborhood — the 521 million including weeks of advance Waller Przech are on Ihc Kemper Arena, site of Ihc 1976 preparations. Part of Ihe •MH^M^HHBI^^n Republican National Convcn- networks' costs will be installation, lion of a new. brighter lighting .Shaped like an Kastcr hatbox, system in the arena lo replace pristine in the unblemished one that is barely a year old. white of its steel sides but — Convention security is wrapped around the lop wilh an budgeted at S2.6 million. The ungainly network of tubular biggest chunk w-ill go for girders, the arena is a overtime pay for the police nionumenl to Kansas Cily's cow imore lhan S600 for each (own past and — officials hope Kansas City officer), whose — its convention center future, spending will further enrich the No building is more impor- local economy, tanl lo the Texas-style plans of city boosters. - Invention publicity al- If the Republicans come and r « d . v nas generated S50 million go without any hitches, and the ln ncvv "invention business for hordes of politicians, reporters lhc nrsl <'« years. Benmson and gawkers are favorably "i* 1 - Tnal represents 200.000 impressed. Ihe cily stands to delegates coming to Kansas reap a bonanza of publicity that l ' l >'money could never buy in "«' s 8<™g '° P ul «s on Ihe conventions, industries and ma P (or ra "° n;l1 and mt <™ a ,^ lional conventions," said Ben- Kansas Cily knew there was nison - a glad-handing but money lo he made and prestige senous man who ncvcr s « ms lo be won when it serl Hay to S|0 P moving. Bennison. director of its con- His goal is lo pul Kansas Cily vcnlion and visitors bureau, lo among the 10 leading U.S. bid for the GOP convention. convention cities by 1981 til The awesome economic im- now ranks I7th1 an(l ltl e lop pad of Bennison's successful '' vc Dv I3?6 mission is just beginning lo sink in. The GOP convention's long- "Thc cily will profit enor- term influence on Kansas City mously in money from the commerce is hard lo guess, but convention." said Josephine officials are no less optimistic. Good, convention director on "ViTiat il boils down to is. il the Republican national staff in \ve come off good — which we Washington. "There's bound to will - it will be a positive be a profit for practically factor in our future growth." anybody." said Bruce Hicks of Ihe Some aspects of what she is Chamber of Commerce of talking about: Greater Kansas City. — The 20,000 delegates, news Bennison says the convention media representatives and publicity alone is worth $10 guests at lhc Aug. 16-20 million lo Ihe cily. Someone convention are expected lo joked thai nothing short of spend between 55 million and $8 hosting World War III could million on food, drinks, hotels have brought Kansas Cily as and entertainment. much attention from the news —The GOP ilself plans to media, spend ?2 million, not only for But the publicity is a double- operaling expenses during con- edged sworn 1 . can be sitting pretty Financial problems got you down? Why stand for it? 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