The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on March 17, 1977 · Page 5
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 5

Atchison, Kansas
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Thursday, March 17, 1977
Page 5
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nfl w i , AMK'UCAN T-KOION . Js'iuitfHtunK American I.oxlon jir'.orint,' an nrmy recruit- In connection with thy now belnx conducted in Connoctlciit. Cymmnndcr Co'ii'K" Luwl.-i of the locnl post announced recently. Thr heud of the drive In t [,|!< ucetlon. Is Mujor Stanley 10, lunse "f the Wnturbtiry Recrull- (jhjcrt <>( the l.OKlon in thl.-i U 'H' hf! to recruit nt leant o.'ich nv>nth, for every hundred Legionnaires w h o are members of the kical post. The American Legion in Connecticut, has br.-i'n nw.iistinjt the army in Hpuiistirlnj; recruiting in thlw state. Commander Lewis also an- nounccd thin Legion otflcliils >jf tile Mocomi district would meot July i', in Seymour, to discuss pinna for tin- hr.sehnll season. The local Le- (,'lon team, composed of younsatcrs i'i older than 1G January l, 1D-IU, I* milking remarkable progress. Commander Lewis said, and will announce their achedule in the near future. Locjlon will sponsor a waste- paper collection Sunday, July 28, starting at 9 i\. m. Loses Freedom Bid LIQUO SPECIALS I! WHISKIES! ! PAUL JONES IMPERIAL GALLO CALIFORNIA WINE (Half Gallon) WHISKIES! ! OARSTAIRS, P. M., WILSON'S AMERICAN GRAIN GIN —90 Proof— HOLLAND HOUSE PREPARED MIXER Bacardi, Side Car, Manhattan, Old Fashioned, Tom Collins 2 for S1.25 LIQUORS - WINES BEER CUT RATE 396 North Main St. Union City, Conn. J-'n-c 1'urUlriK for Our Customers ut Shell GUN Station Across tlic Strcot J>KJ,JVKKY ANY\VIII:UK IN NAUGATUCK Tcl(i|ilinlli< 'HIT!) ALL AMERICANS An important mooting of the All American Veterans will be held tonight at 7:30 o'clock In the Y. M. C. A., John Aahmore announced today. All munuors are attend. V. F. W. A special meeting oi' the Victory Ball committee will be held this evening, at the rooms of the Crusader Post, VFW, it was announced by Commander Harold C. Lewis, todny. At tonight's meeting, fuil reports I will be given to Chairman Gaston; Adams, All of the members of this important committee are urged to attend tonight's meeting:. Two Men Severely Burned In Blaze On Fishing Boat New Haven. July 5—(UP)—-Two 'irothprs: wore badly burned late '.'•ft night when a fishing boat burst nir> flumes. Foi-ty-twj-year-old William Ful- lorton Is reported unchanged at ".'.. Raphael's hospital. Thlrty-one- vunr-old Charles Fullerton is said lu }>o resting 1 comfortably. Ten othiM- portions, including three •n-iii 1 ! "lu'Mron. were aboard the boat. The brothers helped the oth- •i-ii und were the last to abandon tin. 1 flaming craft. The fire occurred is thu parly was headed out 1 from Sluice Dock at GuilCcrd to get u fiuiivtiiw of the fireworks at Madison. andling from wrist, William Helrons, 17, a college student who the F. li, I. sjvld, has been linked to the kidnap- sluyintf of little Suzanne Depiiun, C, l>y flnfe'crprints, leaves Criminal Court, Chicago, where 21 charges were filed Uffalnst him. None of the charges Involved the slaying of the. youngster. (International) Vacation Bible School Planned At St. Paul's Church Picnic Well Attended Thn Hillside Congregational church held their annual picnic! yesterday, at the church grounds. The aft'iilr started at 10 a. m, with luncheon being 1 served at 1 p. m. Following the luncheon a Hi>rvlci; was conducted bv Reverend Paul W. Peterson, pastor. COMPENSATION A weekly payment of $7 was approved by Compensation Commissioner Harry Kragow, during the disability period, for John M. Pltz- patrick. an employe of Perry Press, incorporated, Union City, payment innlnc June 5 for injury to the right index finger. . ' An average pereon cats 35 frank- "urlers! a venr. HO'-nrrlinir 'to th» department of ngricullura. Announcements for next Sunday's Holy Communion, at St, Paul's Evangelical Lutheran church, will be received by the Rev. O. H. Bertram, at the church office, 12 Curtiss street toduy between 3 and •1.-30, and 7 to 8 p. m. Registrations for the vacation Bible school will be received today from 3 to 4:30. The second and last opportunity for registration will be held on July 17. Vacation Bible school will be conducted July 29th to August 2nd, Home at Last for keeps! Five Violent Deaths Reported In Connecticut tBy United l>ress) ^*!VR persons met violent deaths in Connecticut yesterday—but only two of the fatalities wore ascribed to the Foui-th. At Stratford, Andrew Cabicki— about 28 years old—was believed to have drowned in the Housatonic river, Cabicki was thrown from a motor boat. His body has not been recovered. Another Fourth of July drowning is reported at Stafford Springs. Fifty-two-year-old Russell M. Warren died suddenly while swimming, Daath wos said to be due to natural causes. At Bristol, 45-year-old Joseph O'Brien Butler was smothered dur ir\if his sleep by a pillow. Butle was one of the nroprictors of the Hotel Butler. At New Havon, Mrs. Mary An gelini died from burns received when her clothing caught fire while shu was standing near an incinerator At Danbury, Louis. J. Rhc died from injuries received when he was hit by an automobile Tuesday night. Meat Shortage Reported Acute In Connecticut and to a home of his own Kvi>ry .icrvloomnn or wmiuvr, ->vho him bi'i-n imuitcrrd out nr i* awnlt- Inp dlscliiu'KP, Is" Invited to slop in nt THIS NAUG-ATUCK" NATION- AT, 'BANK and tull< over I ho tlb*n.!ls of a IIOMK LOAN under the G, I. BILE, OF RIGHTS. «\ny Information or cooperation we can tflvo Is yourx for the asking- And you will find hero n sympathetic Interest In your wnnty, liluiils, Remember, you may take years to repay your loan, that the interest rate is low, and that in many cases eligible veterans may borrow a substantial portion of the purchase price of their home. This is the most liberal home-financing: plan we have ever been able to offer. Call, ar"the'bank and let us brine your "castle in the air" down to earth! Dail.on, July E—(UP)—New Enp- nnd housewives face another meatless weekend. Merchant throughout tl-.o area said that practically no "meat supplies are available for would-be purchasers. Though stockyards in other sections of tha country reportedly are flooded with beef, dealers In the six-state area said 'that it would je at least another week before the meat Is available. Meanwhile milk prices were i scheduled to be increased by three ! cents Sunday. And officials warned hat milk supplies would be about '5 percent below market needs for ho fall and winter months. Tenants continued to complain of rent increases us action 'was awaited on the status of the O-P-A 1 . Test cases of Governor Toblri> wartime controls were expected in Massachusetts as additional cases were handed to the attorney general for possible actions. FIRE IN NUERNBERG Nuernberg, Germany, July 5 — 'UP)—Fire broke out today in a kitchen two floors below the War Crimes courtroom. The blaze, al- thoutrh a minor one. was not brought under ' control Immediately- The Naugatuck National Bank 275 Church Street MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION WOMAN INJURED Wostbrook, Me., July 5—(UP)— Twenty-seven-Jyear-old Mrs. Barbara Richardson of Portland has been found lying in a semi-conscious condition on the side of the Roosevelt Trail, The woman was hospitalized with cuts, bruises and possible internal injuries, ^ but sh,e refused to tell police how^she was hurt, '.••'•'- ^-'•-' SENATOR'S STATEMENT Swanton, Vt., July 5—(UP)—U. S. Senator Warren R, Austin of Vermont asserts that the United States must set a time limit on negotiations for control of the atomic bomb. He says this is necessary in order to protect the influence and leadership of America in such negotiations. GITS' SMOKE SHOP;: 102 North Muln St. Union City Gus KJImaizewskl, Prop. We have your favorite newn- paper, magazine or other periodical. SHOP SATURDAY STORE CLOSED MONDAY JULY CLEARANCE YOU'LL FIND MANY EXCITING VALUES AS THIS EVENT IS STORE-WIDE SHOP EARLY FRI. & SAT. MEN'S BOXER SHORTS WITH NEW ELASTIC TOP MEN'S WHITE SHORTS MEN'S STRAW HATS HALF-PRICE SALE MEN'S WHITE HANDKERCHIEFS MEN'S SUMMER TIES MEN'S PART WOOL SWIM TRUNKS MAROON — BROWN — BLUE OPA PRICE 1.98 1.00 BELOW OPA PRICE '..... ,65c 1.49 75c 1.98 : 99c 4.98 ...2.49 (While They Last) 7 for 1,00 65c to 1.00 49c REG. 1.69 1.29 • KIDDIES SHOP 2ND FLOOR FAMOUS MAKE OVERALLS 1.66 from 1.98 LADIES' STRAW BAGS CHECKS AND STRIPES. SIZE 1 to 6. • MAIN FLOOR SPECIALS • 1.00 Reg. 1.98 PINAFORES Sizes 2 and 3 BLUE, MAIZE AND GREEN BATHING TRUNKS 1.49 from 2.25 1.39 Reg-. 1.98 SIZES 1 to G. WOOL & COTTON J_39 Reg. 1.66 GIRLS' SHORTS SIZES 7 to 16 1.39 from 2.98 MISC. ITEMS MOTHEX DUSTPROOF GARMENT BAGS IRONING BOARD PADS METAL SHOE RACKS CANVAS DUFFEL BAGS 42c Reg. 49c 39c Reg. .49c 88c Reg. 1.39 LADIES' WHITE BAGS LADIES' SUMMER BAGS COLORFUL PRINT HANDKERCHIEFS DAINTY BANGLE "BRACELETS ASSORTED DICKIES LADIES' 2 PC. SHORTIE PAJAMAS GIRLS' SPORT SHIRTS LADIES'BLOUSES 1.98 Reg. 2.98 75c Values to 1.98 5 for 1.00.. Reg. 2.% 66c Reg. 1.00 1.00 Reg. 2.98 1.98 Reg. 2.98 3.88 Reg. 4.49 2.49 Reg. 3.49 2.24 Reg. 2.70 WITH ZIPPER 16 IN. 2.14 Reg. 4.28 18 IN, 2.28 Reg. 4.56 LADIES'BLOUSES SIZES 32 AJTD 34 ONLY SUMMER RECLINING CHAIRS FOR LAWN OR COTTAGE cJUST 10 LEFT) 3.98 Reg. 4.95 LADIES'BLOUSES . , 3.49 Reg. 4.08 MILAN STRAWS NOT MANY BUT POSITIVE VALUES IN THE MILLINERY SALON Reg.' 8.98 .6.98 COLORFUL FELTS "~ IN THE SEASON'S NEWEST . Reg. 7.98 : , 5.98 Reg. 6.98 4.08 ' Reg. 5.98 - .3:98 Reg. 4.98 '... ....'. -2.98 Reg. 3.98 1.98 Reg. 2.98 ...;...:-. ALL STRAW HATS REDUCED FOR CLEARANCE SHOP ON SATURDAY FOR WEEK-END VALUES CLOSED MONDAY SUMMER SHOPPINGS HOURS TUESDAY THRU SATURDAY 6:90 TO 5:45

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