The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on March 29, 1977 · Page 8
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PAOK a-NAUGATTJCK NEWS (CONN.).' THURSDAY. JULY ll.'lMJB f(]QJ|yj(j||Q||S Sustained By Supreme Court MANY MADE ILL Avon. Conn, July ID (UP)—One hundred soldier and civilians arc recovering from food pol.iolng at Old Fjirmw convaleiicent hospital. It wan reported that they wore utrlckon following their noon moal yextorday. All of them responded rotifllly to medical treatment and nonfi worn In dimgrer. WANT TO BUY HOTEL Hartford, July 11—(UP)-The four children of the late l-Ia>ry S. Bond are socking to buy their father's hotel. Hotel Bond at present In operated by the executors of the estate. Karl E, Bond and throe other children have offered to purchase It for more thnn a half a million dollars. JOIN THE THRIFT PARADE! ! You'll Find a Whiskey Here to Suit Your Taste! WILSON'S CARSTAIR'S FLEISCHMANN'S CALVERT SPECIAL MT. VERNON And Many Others Tremendous Saving If You Act Quickly! ! NATIONALLY KNOWN RUM Sorry wo cannot mention $O the name of the rum .., w WK DKUVKIl ANYWUKKi: IN NAUGATUCK, ANYTIME Harry's Liquor Shop 23 SOUTH MAIN STBKKT TKL. 2D75 Pop's Liquor Store 24 CHUIUJH STKKKT """ " Hartford, July 11—(U P)—Three Stale prison inmates must die in the electric chair July 29th—unless the 1-jard of pardons Intervenes. Their convictions have just been sustained by the supreme court of errors. The three are James J. McCarthy of Danbury. Arthur Tomrria- neili of Now Haven, and Raymond 1>wls of New Britain. They were convicted of killing a prison guard. NOW! You Can Get An EMERSON 3 WAY PORTABLE 1'Iiiy on AC-nC-or Battery. 1'lays Anywhere - No Outside Connections. 1 Tubes. Opposition To Increasing Prices Eoston, July l-(U P)-Consum- cr opposition to increasing, prices h:i.n been made, appeurance in Camhridce and Sprin-.'ield. Plans for a strike by buycYs were discussed in the. two- cities-In Pio- tcst to increased prices since- the expira:ion of O-P-A. i Meanwhile rents throughout Mass- fichusetts apparently have stabil- ir/.cd un.lcr Governor Tobins frcez- ! ing order. A Revere landlord lias I decided ajrnlnst contesting the lo- galky of the order. Anc! no rent protests have been received^ by of', ficiala. - ' RAJN IS NEEDED Hartford, July 11—(U P)—Agrl- cultural experts are getting uneasy over the lack of rain. Assistant County Farm- 'Agent Russell Andnrson says that a soaking ram nou- will undo any harm that may have been caused by.the dry spell.- But he added, 1C if donsn'l rain considerably in the next ten days,- rrnirh damage will be done, especially to tobacco flcldH. The eyelids blink from three to six 'times a minute. GENERAL DIE & STAMPING CO, B. & S. Collets and Feed Fingers Draw 3ars Boston Man And Sister-Attacked By Knife fielder Boston July 11 (UP)-A man has been critically'wounded .and his sister and fiancee .stabbed/while flffht- ing. off a'.Jackknire .^ Gld ' nf > strah'ficr '.in the doorway of then Thtallesed. assailant was captured Th?:trio. h,W..bccn at a night club where-the -stranger intruded on the they occurred as many as 15 times the- doorway, an arRument began and Wiliam H. Myers o£ South Boa- ton was'slaved across the chest as he fought, to"protect his sister, Mrs. Alice .'Downey. . ' Then, Mr. Downey seized a rnilK bottle'and broke it on the head of Iho stranper who fled. However both she and the ilancec—Marion Downey—suffered minor wounds. FATAL AUTO "ACCIDENT Wallingford, July 11-CL-P>-An auto accident has taken the life of .|0-ye."ir-old Catherine Von Au of Morldeh. Sho was fatally injured early today when a car in which she was riding collided with a truck. Her husband and .three children riding with her were taken to the hospital with severe lacerations and other injuries. Australia is a -federation composed of six states. Latvia Arrivals Blonde Mrs. Gertie Dlflore and her 4Mi-y«<w-o' d daughter Elmara, are shown »t a New York pier, after their arrival on the Brazil with other GI brlddi and children. Mrs, Dlflore, a native of I Latvia, 1» In the V. S. to join her husband, Capt. Gcorpc Diflorc in \> bin Brooklyn, New York, home. (International) WEDDING CAKES And Other Special Bilking A Specialty CITY BAKERY B. T. STOPl'ANI, Prop. Maple Street Telephone 3678 -^ L rv-i--=-i -_=TTT:-JT-'^V. W.'-i'' •'• QUALITY OF PRODUCT IS ESSENTIAL TO CONTINUING SUCCESS |g%' Wood •ngiwrin* by H. MoConmlck ba*tA upon th« orl«tn»l ofl p»lnUn« YES, SIR! THAT SAYS IT! SURE THING! Means Fine Tobacco! IITAiLlfHED 1 8I» THE MIRACLE RAINCOAT OF THE CENTURY — FITS INTO YOUR SUIT COAT POCKET — READY FOR THE FIRST RAINDROP. These ever ready shower coats are made of plastics and other synthetic chemicals a tribute to American genius and the research laboratories. It's a feather weight coat that rolls up to a very small package taking up a minimum of space in one's pocket but giving you a maximum of protection when you slip it on ready for the downpour. Driver's Case Moiled But Faces Another Count Frank D'Alcsio. 2G, of 605 North Riverside Street/ Waterbury, was freed In Beacon Falls court, Tuesday night, on charges of evading responsibility, but now faces another count, by Waterbury police, on c'hargcs of theft of an automobile. In Beacon Falls court, Prosecutor Wilfred A. Swan stated that since D'Alcsio was not the driver of the automobile, his case was nolled. D'Alesio was a passenger in a stolen auto which was driven by a Ralph Nicholas, who gave Waterbury police several addresses. Nicholas" was convicted at Ansonia court recently on drunken driving, reckless driving and driving without license charges. QUAKE RECORDI'D _ Weston, July 11 (UP)—An earthquake of "moderate intensity" has occurred near Mexico. The quake was recorded early this morning at the Weston College seismograph ntation. Officials say the temblor was.a litte more severe than those reported in Alaska and the Pacific during the last twc days. The L-hocks lasted for more than an hour. China is. divided into 28 separate provinces. Too Late To Classify FOUND—Ladles' wrist wa.teh. O«-nei l rnay have same by applyinp- Naupratuck Sport & Auto Supply, Winslow Court, identifying property and paying cost of ad. Feel Sporty at 40 Feel Nifty at 50 Be More ALIVE at 65! Ttmt.'n tnith MI well M p«try. Do i-mi Murne tihniinted. worn-out l«elln« on MC? ThouMindi amnird M wtini n lltt.ln popping up with O«t«l hnji done. Cnmnlnil wnlo m»n>- men »ncl wornrn nrrrt nt 40, 60, (10 when they rwl wcnk, old, «olp y t*roui«o hods 1 li low tn iron. Try omrex Tonli Tsblou lor new pep, vim, vlulltr »na rniincir t«llnit. thin very day. Introductory tlje tmlv 3ic! For mill- ill nil flrtlir Hlnrr* rvcrywlirrr— in NiiiiKiiliii-k, «t Allcn'H Cul RH|C "nil GOVERNMENT SURPLUS DUNGAREES. FOR MEN $1.49 Si7.es 23 to 40 (Limited Quantity) NAT'S 410 North Main St. Urilon City TEL. 6I3C To Save a definite portion of your Income, and stick to it! More and more people are loaniinff the vnlue of planning for financial security. Build a reserve fund- protect your fai.nly with low-cost Savings Bank Life Insurance, a combination that will help yon face (he future with confidence. We will help you work out a plan. NAU6ATUCK VAVINGS BANK t870 WtNTY PIFIM ANNIVE R^ARY 1 94C All DEPOSITS FOltY OUAftANTEtO - LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED & REPAIRED SANZERFS Svlnr^ 20 SAVINGS ST. DIAL 5-OM7 WEDDING GIFT Sl'KCIAL ELECTRIC PERCOLATORS — with chronic tray, suprar «nd crcjimcr, complete M. WOLFF S3 GK/VND ST., WTBRV Great Oak Farm i OXFORD ROAD Tel. 6049 PERFECTLY PASTEURIZED MILK and CREAM ; Dfllvrrr To All Turin «f SmirMnrk i :! STRISIK'S * 10 Center St. Waterbury, Conn. HEAVY CAST ALUMINUM $3.95 to S7.95 EDDIE'S Corner Spring & Diamond St». GROCERIES - VEGETABLES FRUITS - ICE CREAM SODA FOUNTAIN SERVICE Free Delivery Tel. 4919 Edward Vlaskauckas, Frop. i KIJN MINO Clllnf»»r-Anicrl«in RKSTAi;il.\NT M4 KAST MAIN STKF.KT CHOW MKIX Ami 01 hi* Chlncur Fund To Uilkc Home. Ogirn dullv II H. m. In 1 n. m. Sitlurdii.v in 2 n. m. Sumltiy 12 Nm>n lo 1 n, m. WATCH FOR OUR NEWLY RENOVATED STORE'S GRAND OPENING! CORNER CANTEEN 302 No- Main Street "r>om" Ttllrrl™, I'rnn. ** GUS SMOKE SHOP 402 North Main St. Union City Gus KllmaKzcwfiki, Prop. We have your favorite newspaper, .magazine or other J pcrlodlciil. $ SAVE 10? CASH & CARRY If You Bring Your Own Laundry CALL WAT. 4-4106 , Highland Package Store 03 Highland Avc. — Tel. 3983 Anthony Fiirrnr, Prop. FREE DELIVERY All Parts of NiuiK'>t»ck Try NEWS Want Ad».— They Brlnir Result*. DGE „„ , — SERVICK Hotchkiss St. Garage 47 HOTCHKISS STREET Tel. C727 ,T. 1^ MA7.ILAUSKAS, Prop Little Hof Brau 406 NORTH MAIN ST. "Al" and Vern Budrls, Fropn. Dally Luncheons, Dinners ami A La Carlo Menu Full Liquor Llccniso DANCING FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY r*ffr*'*~»~ • • '•— DANCE Every Saturday Night 9 r. M. TO 1 A. M. at DUFFY'S RESTAURANT WATER STREET Mimic n.v The Fnmoun O. I. TWILIGHT TRIO Opun Dally Until 1 A. M. LESS COST — MORE COMFORT HEAT AUTOMATICALLY wltli FAIRBANKS-MORSE STOKER and RICE COAL It Feeds Coul nnd Rcinovpn tho Ashes Constant Hcnt — No Cold Spots CALL US FOR A SURVEY The Naugatuck Fuel Co 87 CHURCH ST. PHONE 5236

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