The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on April 19, 1977 · Page 5
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 5

Atchison, Kansas
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Tuesday, April 19, 1977
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Extended Weather cxtentlucl New "oaten -;;i".v wuiithor forocadt: Temperutui'us In will uvcriiK' 1 » fow tU'Ki'W below normal from Wednesday through Saturday of this wook. The coolojit wcuthur will occur about Thitrmluv with somewhat wuriiKT wuivther by Saturday. Normal." for this period arc IlcHton and New Hiivai:, Connecticut 72 duKi'ios: Providence, Rhotlu Julnnd 74: Nmntuckft. Concord, Nnw Hampshire >in<i Portland, Mulno BO; Burlington, Vermont 70; Kn.ttport. Mulno 61; Gi£onvll|<, «nd i'rvN(|tiu Ma, Mulno, 6K duKroov. Thnic will bu u substantial umount of rainfall durlntr thin perloil. This will occur principally ii« showers and thunder-storms rm Wednosdny and Thursday but wklo- ly scattered showers also are likely fc'rlduy and Saturday. The total rainfall IhrouKh Saturday will total more than throe fourths of an Inch, Housing Expediter Confers With Local Builders, Officials J, KunHcill McKlernan, artui houn- InK ftxpudltor of thi: Nutlonn! Mouv- Injf Aftency, conferred with local contractors yesterday at the Service for Veterans olllco on local hou.ilnjr nond». Although no dc/lnltu concliiMlorm wuri! rofichi'il, thfirr Is u posHlhlllty u survey may bu conducted in thti borouffti to ascertain ho'imlnK nci-dd, The iiKi-ney was formed to a-i.Mst coritrnctfirfi /ind expedite maturlnlN ttir bulldlnt' jjurpostiii, It also d.'i- .dlsbt voturiiris In obtaining h<miu», but Is not concerned with civilian nci'd.'i. Mr, McKelrr'inn hold rt brief eon- fcronce with Wurdon Leo J. Brophy on thn houslnir conditions In NHU- Kutuck. 1'orsons dvulrln;; Information i'0}.;iircUnv: houslnj: may contact Mr. McKiernan nt 10'M Chapul titrcet., New JIavon. Registrars To Be In Session Friday To Correct List Beacon Falls The reKlHtrnrs of voters, Miss Ruth M. Carroll nnd Mrs. Blanche Bi-unrmn. will bo In sestilon at the Town Hull, Friday July 27. IMC from 12 noon until <>' p. m, for tho purpose of purty enrollment u.nd correcting nt tho caucus lint. Application for enrollment must bo mudo in pnrson to the rcsflstrnr or must be accompanied by u sworn Kltkluvlt aiiHlclcnt to prove the Ulontlty, residence nnd signature of tho applicant. On Sulurduy the Eo/ti"! of Selectmen nnd tht> Town Clerk will bo prvHfint In tho Town Hull from one to four p. m. for the purpose of mttklnn votcrH. Ac BHliibrldjro Frank Wynno, Jr,', son of Mr. and Mrs, Frank Wynne of Wolfe ave- nuo, left last week to report for nnviil duty ut BulnbrldKe, Mary- kind. Mr. Wynn«, u. Kruduate of the Admiral Hullnrcl Academy of New London, rucuntly enlisted In the Nuvy. Vl.iltorM M|.»K Dorothy Cliirlf. White Plains, j N. Y., IH vUlU-nK at the home of her | parents, Mr, nnd Mrs. Ernest Clark ' of Burton roiul. As Revolutionary Regime Took Over In Bolivia Vnputlonln>r In Bermuda Mis'] MiirRcry Brennnn, daughter of Mr .nnd Mrs. Wllllnm Brcnnan, of Wolfe avenue, is vacationing in Bi-rrnuda. A meeting of the Democratic Town committee was held last evening ut the town hull. Probable can- dilfitL'.M and pollclea for the com- Inx full elections svore dlBCUssed. NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), TUESDAY, JL'I.V 2.'!, J!M6—PACKET Nauges Names Eagles' Committees For Year Here is a vlow of La Pu7. (top), capital of Bolivia, u:< seen from,' the roof of the Sucre Puluc<> hotel .looking up through the cily'K business section. It was here that Bolivia's revolutionary frovi>r;i,ment N«l/.cd power after tho killing of President) Giuilberto Villarroel, and. Victor ' ix K.stKn.SNOro (left), Bolivian Minister of Economy. (International) Plans Underway For Initiation " Jack Callahan'' Night" July 29 The Nnugatuck Aei-io. Order of Eagles, will honor Jack Ca.llahan, DisU'iri Director, .Monday nipht, July 2y. at 8 p. m. when they hold "Jack CaJl;ihan Nij?M" ;ii the Eagle club rooms, it wris iin- nounced by Noj-rihi!l A, NIIUKCR, president, today. In announcing- this irmmini;, Mr. Naujrcs sluted that ihc loon! ord-;r owed Mr. Callahan much for !iis elforts dnrnijr the pust year in tho. dujlrict, on behalf of this nnd other aeries. He stated that In.- believes a laruro y."oup o) new ciindidiMcs wiJ'J be initiated into the organisa- tion that evening. N Tiie committjoe for the cominR 19-10-47 season were :iiso announced by Mr. Nauges today. The chairmen of these committees are; Hurry Weiss, Patron Eagjlc c.hfiir- man; Charles Vest, steering com- miuee; Patrick Su.mruc, auditor committee; Earl Eurlje, Jlnanci? committee; Joseph TouronRoau, entertainment commiltee; J^dwin nion'.s; Raymond St. John, Icglsla^ live committee; Patrick K"llc^. stimulation employment; HaroliJ Ash, child honlth nnd Joseph Smith, publicity. The Membership Committee will hold a meeting Wednesday nich£, at 7:M in the aerie rooms, it wo* announced by Hurry Withers; chairman. . . ..^ The members of this committee arc: William Triano, Fred Morton. Charles Vest, Al Happy, Wllliait) Fernandez, jr.. FJnvo MorincHt, Harry Weiss, Ernest Weiss, WtT- liam J. Stokes, James Shetler, Benjamin Okinski, John Garlund, Walter Lyskiewlcz, Edwin Noragong; Frank Lont; and Joseph Smkh. Rain Worth Millions To Tobacco Growers Hartford, July 23—(U P) -The drought in Connecticut has i-'nded. Tho wont ner bureau reports that more rain foil in live hours ye's- terdny than during: tne past 21 days 1. ;.. . _J combined. Dr. NOKDIULL NAUGES President Norag'ong, Memorial Foundation;! William J. Slopes, youtn Kuid:i.ncc; William Trlunu, returning service- v.jr. j-;iuj J. Andnrsort—head of the Sial^e Tobacco Jixpei-iment Station ul Windsor—said:—"The rain was worth millions of dollars to Connocticul toljaeco fnrmfrx. It will greatly help rural )»tiuo and vojjetabU; growers, too." American investments in Norway are estimated to be in cx- ooss of $111 million. FIVK DJKAD UrUljrnport, July 23- -(UPJ—«Th«i rti-uth toll from u drinking purty him fiiountff'l to llvu. i'ollco report tho victims consumed u Uottli' of it compound u.'ied Cor mixing pulnts, Thii HQlutton IH bnllovud to have contitlnixl- niolhyl alcohol. Ifomo on Furlough Edward Mitchell, of Highland avenue, la currently home on a 30 day recuperation leave, following which, 'he expects his discharge. The local youth has been u member of our armed forces for slightly over two years, and served recently with occupation forces In Japan. The local boy's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Charles Mitchell, may be li.-uid of the record tha.; their norm have put forth during the war, as, (it no time, since IMS, huve there been less than three Mitchells in :he service. Charles, -the oldest, who recently re-enlisted in the Navy, served Jor four years; Donald, an ex-air- 'orco member, served for three; Russell, who was in tho Navy, nerved three; Edward has served 1'or two and is now home on fur- lougrh, and Leonard, who has been •>r nearly u year and la now serving with Admiral Blundy's forces on Kwajulein. The Mitchells have two other sans and two daughters, none of whom arc old enough for the armed forces. Gendrons Purchase Lewis St House ; A house and lot on Lewie street has boon sold by Irving O.. and Tda A. Sincerbox to Bertram and Irene Gendron. according to a warranty deed filed in the office ot Town Clerk Raymond Jf. St. John, I heir power; 1 Johnston addressed the 38th' biennial convention of the A. F. of L, • theatrical stage em- j ployea and motion picture oper- j ators in Chicago today. I BF.WK CROSS KKPOKT New Haven. July 23—Durine l^W. 1 ), Connecticut Blue Cross paid $51C,- 332,00 to WiUerbury and St. Mai-y's Hospitals for the care and service of 8S9-I members, it was revealed today by Robert Parnoll, general JUDGE DIES Northampton, Mass., July 23 — njP).—An associate justice of the Massachusetts Superior court since 1929, Thomas Jasper Hammond, has passed away at a. hospital after a three-week illness. He was UU years old. Grea-t Britain's coastline is more than "1,090 miles long, WARNS LABOR ! Chlcag-o, July 23—(U'P)—Movie I Czar Eric Johnston has issued a | warning to organized labor that ; unions are threatened with dras- j tic legislation curbing much of I Garden Hose Lawn Sprinklers Charcoal Grills Pittsburg-h Paint GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE 178 MAPLE STREET (Across from City Bakery) Free Delivery Telephone 0044 Mention the word "generates" and most people think of power—electric power. But, in addition to ample supplies of electric power for every need, your light and power company is also helping to generate jobs and prosperity right here in Connecticut. Ours is an industrial state. The list'_of products made in Connecticut takes in the whole alphabet from A to Z — aluminum goods, eyelets, locks, plastics, thermometers, valves and zinc goods are just a few among countless others. And new applications of electricity are helping to produce them in greater quantity and at lower production costs. Lower production costs mean lower selling prices; lower prices result in bigger sales; and bigger sales create more jobs for more workers. Constantly improved methods and, equipment keep electric power plentiful, dependable and cheap. And ample, low-cost electric power is assisting business and industry to generate jobs and opportunity for Connecticut workers throughout the widespread area of the state we serve. THE CONNECTICUT LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY A Business-Managed, Tax-Paying Company, JLincoln © Store AUTO .SUPPLIES ; TIR'ES -RADIOS • HARDWARE • TOOLS • REFRIGERATORS 'ELECTRIC ; AHD PLUMBING SUPPLIES • SPORTING GOODS • BICYCLES 61 WEST MAIN Waterbury. Phones 3-1 Oil ST. 5*0177 TIRE PUMP Large size heavy duty pump for bike auto or truck tires. Worth $1.50 79c SPRAY PUMP 8'/i gallon portable pump for Npruyine pluiitx and flower* Quantities limited. Buy early. Usually $6.95 $495 ^& Hydraulic BRAKE FLUID Suitable fur all hydraulic brake PINT CAN Usually 55c Sensational Sale OF FINE QUALITY GLENWOOD MOTOR OIL 8 Quart Sealed Can—(2 gallons) , FOR ONLY Only 12V?,c per quart for the usual 25c quality — all grades—light— medium—heavy and extra heavy. Powerful Stromberg Batteries ^ OTHER MODELS $795 to $1495 Guaranteed tip to ,'J Venr.s Heavy Duly Butteries Guaranteed 18 Months WITH OLD ONE Fits Fords — Chevrolet*— Uulck—-Dodire — Plymouth — Studel)ft){er Champion and Other*. BATTEIUKS FOB IJUICK —OLDS — PONTIAC — 11I.1S to 1040. $9.95 With Old One AUTO SEAT COVERS Fine siKNarLnutril of tailored cover* in fibre and fabrics. Attractive, patterns — complete »et« for coach or s**dnn, $995 $1295 to $1795 NEW RADIOS 1946 MODELS Many nationally advertised bible model radio sets at price* that represent excellent values. PHILCO CONSOLE $13385 PILOT RADIO $2845 SONORA RADIO $2355 BENDIX RADIO $3175 Also Zenith — RCA Victor — Emerson — Fada — Motorola and Admiral Radio Sets in'stock, EASY TERMS :

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