The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on March 14, 1977 · Page 8
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 8

Atchison, Kansas
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Monday, March 14, 1977
Page 8
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PAGE 8—NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1048 Sight Sooln' Sixth «TTH INFANRY DIVISION (SI|rht»K»lnif Sixth) Bent the Jnpn in tjio important, hfttllfi of Lono Tree Hill, Secured the Snnanpor coast. Landed lit Llnptayon yulf on D-Diiy In Luzon. Went up Into the hills nfter the Japa, killed 5,000 or them. Commflndect by Con. v/nltor Kruo- Kiir, commanding- goncrfil of the Sixth Army for magnificent performance In this engagement. The division'* commanding officer, MnJ. Gnn. Edwin D. Patrick, killed by mortar fire while In tho front lines. KOUCKD LANDING :>, July 2— (UP)— -A T. W, A Malnllnor bound from Chicago for Kansas City made a forced landing today on a railroad track, ullrhtly injuring thn pilot and tying up truffle on the belt lino railroad, Police »ay none of the passengers was, Injured, and all were returned to Chicago, from which they had takch off just a fnw minutes before. Kallwivy property flrn IOMBOH In 1041 wci'O the tnrgciit of nny year nlnce Board May Make Appointments At Session Tonight With appointment of n Republican part-time assessor, two first wnrd representatives on the welfare board, a full time fireman and n park board listed 'us prospective Items on tho agenda, the board of warden and burgesses in scheduled to moot tonight at 8 o'clock in'thc court room. "" Terms of Welfare Commissioners William Mariano and James Cuddy nro expiring and It is expected l.hat Warden Loo J, Brophy will rctippolnt them tonight, Tho appointments, according to charter terms, must be approved by the board of warden and burgesses. Also up for rcappolntment is John Broaclrlck, part-time assessor. Thn minority side of tho board may submit a Hat of three to five names to the full board, from which the appointment must be miKto, according to the charter. A ruling on the lattor Is expected to bo tonight by Borough Attorney Martin Calnc, on request of Burgess j. Rudolph Anderson (R), Appointments to the welfare banrd pro for three years; part- limo fwicssor for two years. Ol)vloi.isly, members of the board are In disagreement over the appointment of a full time fireman. Whether tho appointment would be made tonight could not be ascertained. Thoro was a slight possibility that tho board mooting might not bo hciil. Burgess Jamos Lyons (R) l.i out fit town on vacation. Graveyard Of American Vessels All three save you time and labor Veterans Have 0-ood Reason Tor Wanting--'Quiet. 4th Hnrffori), July 2— (UP)— Thfim'M another reason thLs your why u mine Fourth of July Is hnpnii for. Thn C'onnootlciit State Do- I>nrtn-;?nt of Hciilth 'points out thnt moro than ono-thlrd of tho population of the HtiUe during tho govern! years Ims neon military service. Snys Hu- department: "Most of thorn ut some time or another hnvo horn Niibjoctetl to Hifvh noise, confusion, and tlnngpr. "Thorn cun 1>e no question but ttint of thorn hnvo hud oinough of this. Most of thrni •-ould prefer to enjoy pi!ii,'R() r.n<l quint lit long And rr.ONt Connecticut people will he happy to join them In Ur.slro. New Walk Light To Be Installed ' • On Main Street •/ i- • Action- on- the Installation of a new "Walk" light on the traffic signal at Maple and Main streets is expected within a couple of weeks,- Warden Leo J. Brophy said today. The walk signal will be attached to the' base of the present fixture and will be leas confusing than the present arrangement—whereby pedestrians move on the yellow caution light. A similar light may be placed in Union City. A blinker- light will be Installed at the corner of North Main and cemetery streets, aWrdcn Brophy said. LIOKNSK HOLDKRS St. John, town clerk, oday announced that he has sufficient Ashing and hunting license holders for any local residents who vlshed them. Prank "Spec" Shea Notches Fifth Victory On Coast Frank "Spec" Shea notched Ills fifth victory jus against two defeats, Saturday night, when ho pitched a four-hit, four-nothing shutout over the Seattle const loop team. Shcii, who pilches for Oakland, lost his hiKt effort, although ho only allowed six lilts, In losing. *^ ISTAIMSHCD 1 SIS GRANTED NOLLE Domlnick Bulkas, South Main street, appeared before Judge harles R. Summa In Waterbury Hy court 'this morning on charges of violating the rules or the road. His case was nollcd upon payment of 59. Aboard Test Ship Tax affairs are centered in two agencies in IS states, while 1C states have three agencies. Sevent states have three agencies. Seven has six and one has seven. Newly-elected members gf the Arkansas general assembly "go to chool" in the two mc»ths between heir election and the start of the egislative term. Shown tie ut anchor In Sill Sun Bay, Martinez, Calif., lire ttome of tho 300 vessels, montly merchantmen, which have been placed In "retirement" by tho War Shipping Administration, In tho vent of a national emergency, these *hlps tormed "Reserve Fleet" could be recalled to Immediate actlvo Horvlce. (International Soundphoto) Senator Bilbo Is Confident Of Renomination (By United Press) In Mississippi, Senator Theodore Bilbo, is confidently predicting vie- I toiy- for himself In today's Democratic primary. This, in Mississippi, would be tantamount to election. Bilbo has campaigned on a platform of white supremacy and has asked what he called "rod blooded Misslssippians'. to use any means to keep Negroes from voting. And although ' Mississippi "Negro organizations have expressed, fear of violence at the polls, no special law enfoi'cement precautions arc in evidence today. lo vote shall be kept from the polls merely because of his color. CHARGES TO BE PLACED In Chicago, during the day, charges are expected to be placed ograinst William Heircns, The 17- year-old University of Chicago student is suspected in the kidnap- slaying of six-year-old Suzanne Degnan, Heircns has maintained -his innocence, dcpite an overwhelming amount ot circumstantial evidence" against him, ' .' Of the present crop-land area of in million acres In the U. S., only 42.-rn.mion acres can be classed as good' land, According to the department of agriculture. About 462 million acres In the U. S. grow or are capable of growing commercially valuable forests, according- to a survey by the department of agriculture. There Js an average of one life Insurance agent to each 200 families in the U. 3. Borders of'Brazil touch.-on every South American country except Ecuador and Chile. ' Grand Coulee dam contains enough concrete for a highway from New York to Seattle' and return, via L-os Angeles, " • Rhode Island was the most sol. S. Attorney-General Tom ! idly urban state in 1940 with' 91.6 I Clark snys tho Justice Department j percent of its population residing! will see to it that no Nenrro eligible in cities and -towns. Classified Advertising Has Paid Dividends For Years It \vn$ the earliest form of news advertising and from a small start ha3 a'rown to an annual 137 million, dollar business. A GOOD MONTH TO PUT ON A JULY WEATHER COOLER SUIT — KEEP YOUR TEMPERATURE DOWN— YOUR SPIRIT UP. Glorious crisp Palm Beach suits with its thousands of tiny air windows to the square inch of fabric to gather every stray breeze and distribute the cool air all over your body — $21.50. Seersuckers and cords — direct from the sunny south of hot weather clothes that beat the heat and take the wilt out of summer — $17.50. Chief engineer of the battleship New York, Comdr. Leo J. Broydrick, Lynn, MASS., is shown aboard his ship In Bikini Lagoon, fM he wu-its for a boat to tiike him to an area of safety. The battleship, one of the 73-vcssel target fleet, was set afire, a.s thn atomic bomb burst over it. (International Soundphoto) -To Save a definite portion of your Income, and To Control Rents stick to it! More and more people arc lent'DJng- the value of planning for financial security. Build a reserve fund— protect your family with low-cost Saving's Bank Life Insurance, a combination that will help you face the future with confidence. We will help you work out a plan. .Dollar Sure it's torn, Mister. That's your FOOD dollar, your CLOTHING dollar, your HOME-FURNISHINGS dollar. And it's been torn to show you that it doesn't have the same buying power today it had seven years ago. Food, clothing and home furnishing costs have gone way up and the over-all cost of living has increased 31.7* per cent since 1939. NAU6ATUCK 1870 (EVENTY FIFTH ANNIVERSARY 194' 'AUDE»0<IT< FULLY GUARANTEED Great Oak Farm OXFORD KOAJJ Tel. 5<M9 PERFECTLY PASTEDKIZKD MILK and CBEAM Delivery To All TdM* of NnurfifurJc ! STRISIK'S 10 Center St. Waterbury, Conn, FACIAL TISSUE BOXES — 51.25 But take a look at your ELECTRIC dollar. Why, it's actually longer than an ordinary dollar bill. It's been stretched to show you how much farther your ELECTRIC dollar goes today than in 1939. The average cost of ELECTRICITY has actually DECREASED 4.7* per cent during the past seven years. Former New York city Comptroller, Joseph D. McGoldrlck (above) was sworn In as Commissioner of the -New York State Housing Rent Commission. Ho Issued a master regulation putting Into effect the rent controls previously Imposed by the O. P. A. New York 7s"tiie only sfeitc with a rent control law written Into Its books. (International) EDDIE'S Corner Spring & Diamond Sto. GROCERIES - VEGETABLES FRUITS - ICE CREAM SODA FOUNTAIN SERVICE Free Delivery Tel. 4919 Edward Vlaskiuicka*, Prop. On With The Show YOUR ELECTRIC DOLLAR IS WORTH MORI TODAY THAN EVER BEFORE! *Flgur»* from U. S- D»pt. of Labor cemf- irtg p«r(od from Aug., 1939,. to ,!>•<„ 1945. LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED & REPAIRED SANZERI S 's"-ini!° B.iDh' ZO SAVINGS ST. DIAL 6-OS47 Try NEWS Want Ad*.They Bring Results. THE CONNECTICUT LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY I L A Blur performer nc the annual Pennsylvania Humane Society Pet Show In Plttfiliurgh. this dO(f wearing the lutcst In canine world styles, poses with four-year-old David Ellis, an adrrlrer. Despite the gathering- of 111 dops, 30 en fa and Nome 30 menagerie pets, there wcre v no fights reported. A four-motor American bomber has about 4,100 feet of metal tubinc for its £n.s, oil, air and hydraulic systems. It has been estimated that in the period from 1820 through 1931, the number of Immigrants reaching: the U. S. in all points of entry, totaled about 38,210,000. | Highland Package Store 03 Highland Av». — Tel. S9M Anthony Farrar, Prop. FREE DELTVKRT 10 2 AH Parts OC Naupatuck ; Little Hof Brau 406 NORTH MAIN ST. "Al" and Vcra Budris, Propa. DiUly Luncheon*. Dinners and A La Cnrtc Menu Full Liquor License DANCING FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY Open Dally Until 1 A. M. DANCE Every Saturday Night 9 P. M. TO 1 A. M. at DUFFY'S RESTAURANT WATER STREET Mu.vlc By Thn Famou* G. I. TWILIGHT TRIO 1O3O/ ON YOUR COAL BILL WITH THE HONEYWELL Clcctrtc Janitor DAMPER * CONTROL Th* Hon»yw*ll Electric Janitor damper control,: made for hand iirod h*atan.<7 plant*, cu(» coal consumption up to 30% 1 In addition* H prorid»« 24-hour baatiug comlort during winter monthn. W* har» EJ«ctnc Janitor control* aTailabl* for in* toll at ion, now, The Naugatuck Fuel Co* 87 CHURCH ST. - PHONE 5236 pn tic of •wi rit : Ih to: nn Us Stl so 1 \ to i I ] [' M< * tol [ no I m°-i 1 tui • v cvo Kfo spu the Thi by A Sciti Sill- lief of ; id c tnir trfoi

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