The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on March 31, 1977 · Page 8
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 8

Atchison, Kansas
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Thursday, March 31, 1977
Page 8
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FAGB ft—NAtTGATPCK NltWS (CONN.). FKIDA^'. JULY 12, 1MB ' i*~ . •¥> . 1* . * 8UMMIIF STORE HOtTES TtTEflDAY THKU SATURDAY 9:30 TO 5;45 48 SO. MAIN ST. 5 * DOMESTIC VALUES FOR JULY PIN-DOT RUFFLED CURTAINS IN' GAY PASTELS OF PEACH, BLUE AND PINK—WITH PRISCILLA TOP AND WIDE RUFFLES . . . REG. 5.49 8.98 MADRAS TAILORED CURTAINS FULL WIDTH AND LENGTH—HEMMED & HEADED BEADY FOR USE, CREAM COLOR ONLY, LIMITED QUANTITY. 2.10 'EXCELLO" SHOWER CURTAINS WITH RUBBER [ZED-BACK—EXTREMELY WIDE AND FULL, IN BLUE, GREEN, ROSE, PEACH AND WHITE WITH BLACK. WINDOW CURTAINS TO MATCH 4.49 Eeduced , to 4.49 PRINTED TWILL DISH TOWELS HEAVY WEIGHT, INCLUDING THE "BIG APPLE" PATTERN AND SEVERAL FLORAL COLUMN FIGURED DESIGNS 39c LACE BUREAU SCARFS WITH WIDE LACE BORDER—LOOK EXPENSIVE BUT THEY'RE NOT—WE'VE MARKED THEM 79c "STARTEX" TABLE CLOTHS Louis Vs. Mauriello Stadium Sept. 18 : New York, July 11—(UP)— Promoter Mike Jacobs, a persuasive fellow, announced today that champion Joe Louis and challenger Tami • MaurlcKo would meet for the world's heavyweight -title on Sept. .'18th In Yankee Stadium, • Louis, whoso one post-war title defense was an easy knockout win over Billy Conn last month, previously had announced -that he would .not fight again this year. Jacobs made the announcement at his 20th Century Sporting Club office, at noon today. The New fork • promoter says the bout Is cheduled for 15 rounds or less, and that tickets will range from a low of $3 to a tops of $30. Tho Conn-Louis fight of Juno 19th had tops of $100 for ringside seats. According to Uncle Mike, Maurello was selected as Louis' Scp- embcr opponent because he shapes Up as a fighter that will provide action. Tami, who hails from the Bronx section of New York, Is 23 years old and has been fighting ! profcsionally since he wae 16. In I 77 prj figh'ts, tough Tami has lost j only seven and has never been i knocked out. Most of his defeat* I later were avenged. Mauricllo, a bull-shouldered Ital!an, has a defective heel that causes him to move rather awkwardly around the ring. He has a nice left hook and carries a lot of power in his right hand. Tami's record of 52 knockouts is 12 better than the number of kayoes scored by champion Joe. Mauricllo is about an inch and a half shorter than Louis, and probably will spot the champ around 11 pounds when fight time rolls around. Currently, the Bronx heavyweight is working on a string of. 11 straight knockouts—his latest victim being- English heavyweight champion Bruce Woodcock —who was stopped at Madison Square Garden ' on May 17th in less than five rounds. '••Promoter Jacobs saye that Louis will begin training August 1st at his regular training site in Pompton Lakes, N. J, Mauricllo. as yet, has n'of selected his training camp. But it is expected to be Greenwood Lake, N, J. Beacon Falls Corrctipondcnt, ThomaH Jt'ltzputrlck .Telephone 4303 Grange Observes Neighbors' Night; Scouts Meet Tonight Neighbor's Night was observe' at last Tuesday's regular meeting of the Rock Rlmmon Grange, hel in tho United Church parlors. Th local organization played host ti grange members from Mad River Seymour and Oxford granges. Boy Scout Meeting Tonight Local Boy Scout Troop 1 wll hold Its regular weekly meeting to night in the Recreation Club. "The meeting will begin at 7:30 p. m. Visiting In Boston Mr. and .Mrs, Clayton Ticker are visiting friends in Boston, Mass. Vacationing At Bayvlcw Mr. and Mrs. John Donahue arc vacationing in Bayvicw, Milford. VlKllIng Grandparent* Miss Dorothy Ferguson of Bethany Road is visiting her grandpar- ents'in Middleboro, Mass. Return Prom In<]l:m Neck Mi: and Mrs, Peter Kaminski and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kcvit and family will return from their annual vacation to Indian Neck in Branford tomorrow. HERE'S A QUALITY EVERYONE KNOWS. THEY'RE THE "STARK1ELD" PATTERN IN COLOR COMBINATIONS OF RED, BLUE AND GREEN. FAST COLORS. 53x54. 1.98 Beg. 2.29 BREAKFAST NOOK CLOTHS PRINTED IN MEXICAN & FLORAL PATTERNS FAST COLORS, LAUNDERED, READY FOR USE Eeff. 89c ALL-WOOL ARMY BLANKETS GOOD WIDTH AND LENGTH—HEAVY WEIGHT FOR USB AT SHORE, COTTAOH, COUNTRY OR EVEN HOME, REG. 5.98 ROCKJNGHAJW ENTRIES Salem, N. H.. July 12—T. Darling's West Fleet, one of the top sprinters in. the east, will carry, top weight, Of 122 pounds in the ' ?7500-addcd Raceland Handicap which will feature tihe Saturday program at Rockingharr. Park. . Tho complete list of nominations, with their weights, is : West Fluet, 122; Shiny Penny, -118, Elmo T.' 116; Air Patrol, 114; Respire 314- Hy Charlie, 113; Ogham, 113; Valdina Lamar, 111; Johnny Jr 109- Quien Es,'109; Swimmin Hole, 108- Joe Agnes, 107; Hyhustlo 106; Winsome Lad, 106; and Evening Flight FRENCH t COGNACS Now In Stock J. K. STORES CUT RATE, LIQUORS, WINES, BEERS 896 N. Main St. Tel. 4979 Free Delivery Anywhere In Borough UTAILIIHfO 18 « f FUJYAMA SOFT STRAW HATS FOR MEN WHO APPRECIATE HEAD EASE AS DOBBS KNOWS THE SUBJECT. Dobbs leadership in the world of men's hats was never more apparent than in these generously brimmed air cooled crowns that never let a breeze escape and keep your dome at an even temperature. Other shapes including boaters . and a goodly showing of Panamas $5.00 to $15. 4.79 DISH TOWELING RAYON AND LfNEN—SMARTLY STRIPED J3DGB, WASHES BEAUTIFULLY. 17" WIDE 45c yd 'BOOTT MILL" TOWELS THIS FAMOUS BRAND, HEMSTITCHED WITH FULL 1" HEM, READY FOR USE 27c KHAKI TWILL MEDIUM WEIGHT PRE-SMRUNK, AND CAN BE USED FOR SHIRTS, SUN-CLOTHES, ROMPERS, ETC, 36" WIDE 'COMFORT" MATTRESS PADS MADE FROM. SOFT, RESILIENT COTTON, WILL NOT MAT, REVERSIBLE, 39x76 SINGLE BED SME 84x76 DOUBLE BBD 8MB 59c * 2.98 3.59 CHENILLE ENSEMBLES Paper Carrier Presents Motor Bike To Priest Pittsburgh—(UP)—A local priest will drive a bright red motor-bike over the roads of China next month, the pi ft of a Pittsburgh newspaper carrier Twelvc-ycur-old Danny Morgan gave the bike to the Rev. Ernan Johnston on the eve of the priest's i departure to begin missionary work ' in China's Hunan province." i Danny won the $175 bike at a party for newspaper carriers. "I.couldn't operate the bilte myself." ,Danny said, "because I'm a minor. So when Father Johnston offered to buy thn bike, I told him I would Rive it to him." Father Johnston said he expected to use the bike to travel between missions. He said he thought he would ^ not have any trouble keep- in p the bike supplied with gasoline,, because it used such a small amount of fuel. GOVERNMENT SURPLUS DUNGAREES FOB MEN $1.49 Sizes 29 to 10 (Limited Quantity) NAT'S 410 Nortfi Main St. Union City TEL. 6138 KUN MI.VO ChlneM'-Arnrrlran BK8TAUKANT Ml KANT .VAIN STRUCT CHOW MKIN And otliir Clllnr,. I'onil To llnkr .limiir. (turn diiJJ.v M 11. m . to J n. m, Satiinlny t« a n. in, .Stiniliir 1- Xoott (o 1 ft. in. To Save a definite portion of your Income, and stidc to it! More and more people are learning the value of planning for financial security. Build a reserve fund- protect your fainily with low-cost Savings Bnnk Life Insurance, u combination that will help you face the future w-ith cojxfiaence. We will help you work out a phi)). NAUGATUCK SAVINGS BANK 1870 {EVEHTYFIFTti ANNIVERSARY 194C All DCPOtlTVFULLY GUARANTEED •*' LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED & REPAIRED - • Si.vlnitx llnnk 20 SAVINGS ST. DIAL 5-0347 WEDDING GIFT SPECIAL ELECTRIC PERCOLATORS - chrome tray, sugar and creamer, complete M. WOLFF - ss GRAXD ST., WTBBV WATCH FOR OUR NEWLY KENOVATED STORE'S GRAND OPENING! CORNER CANTEEN S92 No. Main Street "»om" Trlltrfro, Prop. Great Oak Farm OXFORD ROAD Tel. 5M9 PERFECTLY PASTEURIZED MILK and CBEAM IMIrwr To All Turin nf Nnumturk GOING TO SCOTLAND Hartford, July 12 (UP)—Dr. C ! Charles Burlingame—president of the institute of living—will leave Sunday by plane for Scotland. There he will serve ns delegate to a congress "of the royal medico- psychological association of physicians. Following Vac convention, GUSSMOKE SHOP? 402 North Main St. Union City \ Gus Kllmaszewsld, Prop. } We have your favorite news- J . paper, magazine or other } periodical, j [•'OK BATU ROOM IN PKACH-GREEN-BLUE AND BLACK & WHITE WITH SEAT COVER TO MATCH. 19 x 34 3.89 GLIDER RAINCOATS BOTH RAIN & DUST PROOF AND MADE .KOH ENDURANCE. FITS ANY STANDARD SIZE GLIDER. 4.49 COTTON TABLE NAPKINS IN RED OR BLUE BORDERS-FAST COLORS 12ic A3 PERBONAI, AS YOT7H SIONATTrRETTTj YOUR . HAVE IT WITH YOU ALWAYS WEDDING CAKES And Other S[>ccliil Baking A Specialty CITY BAKERY B. P. STOPPANI, Prop. Mapli- Street Telephone 3678 SAVE 10% CASH & CARRY If You Bring- Your Own Laundry CALL WAT, 4-4106 A MERICA / if \ i * if \ STRISIK'S 10 Center St. Watcrbury, Conn. HEAVY CAST ALUMINUM $a.n5 to S7.95 EDDIE'S Corner Spring & Diamond Stw, GROCERIES - VEGETABLES FRUITS - ICE CRKAM SODA FOUNTAIN SBRVICE Frco Delivery Tel. 491H Edward Vloskauckas, Prop. •*'^^^^^-^-^^^^^*^s^^.^.^^.^.^ s ^^^,^^^^ s ^^. Highland Package Store I 03 Highland Avo. — Tel. 3383 Anthony Farrar, Prop. FREE DELIVERY All Purts of Nmigadick 'JTrv NKVrS Want Adn.— They Brine Rcnult*. DODGE .SALK.S — SKRVICE Hotchkiss St. Garage 47 HOTCIIKISS .STRBKT Tr-1. .'5727 .1. I- MA7.II.AUSKAS,' Prop. Little Hof Brau 406 NORTH MAFN ST. "Al" and Vcra Budrih, Propn. Dnlly Luncheons, Dlniio.rn and A I.a Cnrlo Full Liquor License DANCING FRIDAV, SATURDAY, SUNDAY Op«:n Daily Until I A. i. M. .\ *+*^++^+3' \ DANCE I Every Saturday | Night { B P. M. TO 1 A. M. \ At [ DUFFY'S [ RESTAURANT ; WATEB STREET ! Music By Tim Fftmoun ! G. J. TWILIGHT TRIO A large national organization desires to buy, for cash, a one- or partial two-story building of modern construction with 5 to 7 acres of ground space. Railroad siding, water, electric power and gas facilities must be available. Describe fully, giving location and stating when property will be available for occupancy, when it may be seen and a personal interview arranged. Address, BOX "D"—c-o The "NEWS" ' LESS COST — MORE COMFORT HEAT AUTOMATICALLY with FAIRBANKS-MORSE STOKER and RICE COAL Jt Kcwfn Coal and Remove* tho Axlics Constant Hcnt — No Cold Spots CALL US FOR A SURVIDY The Naugatuck Fuel Co* 87 CHURCH ST. PHONE 5236

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