The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on April 26, 1977 · Page 5
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Legion Waste Paper Collection Planned Sunday todny that all local resident* do II.M much an they ctxn In cooperation with the American Leylon pupil- drive, Joseph C. liayik- wlch chairman of tho campaign, ntniM.'iAd the Importance of KH\VHK- Inp Important »cni-cc miitcrlnln .inch as papur. "Papor, whlnh Is Hcnrcn, I.H nn Important H<I|V:IKC Item," he <tnM. All funds realized In thin drlvo will KO towarfi.i an Important i-c- hfthllltntlon fnnrl, Thn collectors will bcpln collnctlnf,' Sunday morn- Ins at D o'clock and would continue their collections until th" entire town l.i ranvas-icd. Twenty trucks nnd 4f- rnnn will ronduct the campaign, Delegates For Marine League State Convention When Underwater A-Bomb Exploded At Bikini omens REGROUPS London (UP) —The war was no respecter of-'persons—even circus folk. Reconstituting its staff for its first season '-since 1940, the big Bertram Miller circus found that many of Its clowns and performers were in war factories or driving trucks; Its trained horses were driving: 1'arm vehicles and—crowning b)ow--its elephants Were bcinc used for plowing. The circus wus given enoush priorities for an austerity soason. NAUGATCCK NEWS (CONN.), FBIDAY, JTJI.Y Z6, 1M«—PACK * SPECTATOR SAVES SHOW London (UP)—The show must go on—and so it did at Collins Music Hall, but with a brand new twist. When the star of the evening dress opera performance reporod ill, it was discovered that no un- derstudy was available. But a member of th* audience, Linda Dnvrll, a professional »lnfe*r, said she knew the part. She left the spectators, joined the performer*— nnd R.S ordained by tradition, the show went on. Something that the .laps hud tried vainly to do durlnp the war is accomplished by tho sub-scirfiice atomic l)oml>, With just her botv end itbove water, thi? old currier MiiRitoga ffOes down by her stern in .Bikini l-iicoon after her hull was twisted and crushed by tho force of the blast. Still nflonfc around her are other ships In tin- concentrated target array. The photograph wu. s taken uhout seven hours after tho bomb hixl Itcnn exploded. Six delofratos and alternate* were named by NmiRaliirk Detafrhnvnt, Marine Corpw LOUKIKI, at a meet- InK Inst nifiht, to attend the. Htate convention August JO and 11 at New Haven. Delex/xte-i Include Commandant Joseph r. Donahue, Senior Vice- Commandant John Grant, William Rennon, Hatvild A;ihe, Thomim Bal- n.t nnd Vnrnon Ltil'Vivo. AltormitcH Include Jamex Putter/ton, Wllljam Louchiu-H, Robert Ttucelo, Kenneth Churchill and Edward VACATION IS OVER! ! f.e[ HH Take Carf of That PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK NOW! ! Cloned Mrindays During July and AuKu.-it Thibpdeau Studio Ncnry BiJx, Hundreds Attend Band Concert The firit in a serleu of .summer concerts by the Nauj.'aturk Community Bund, under the direction of Dimlel Oomrkn was held hist ni^'ht on the Gre/jn, with hundred.*) nf roaldonts hearing the perform- I ,>nce. Ouest soloist on the propivim was Miss Carmen Berpantlno of Wa- torhury, who sn.nf,' "MayLlmo" by Slgmuncl Komborfr, TII'SY TUI.II'S Amsterdam, Holland (UP)— TuTlp expert Dr. W. E. do Mnl, who has been experlmcntlnfr with tulips for 20 yuar.s. iH'prnducir.K bulbs of new !ind iiLriklntr colnra by mulclnt; the tulips "drunk" with X-rays. Ho snid X-rays chanRe the entire strut-turn of a bulb and pro- dure n cnmliletnly new variety. The llrst yr:;u- after treatment, ho said, the hull):: nrf- so 'intoxicfltrd' thai thi-.v do not bloom at (ill. but after that burdt out "in the most nmav,- Int," colors." The first automobile show in the If. R. was held in 1000| Of Kio-pt's 350,000 iiquiire miles, i .'!3".U(M are de.sert Ifincl. .——,~_ 5 NEVADA fRJNZ EUGEN ici m *'* .4Jr ^•MhifllBfiHMRWl^ ARKANSAS ffltf^P' i iii5S'SWB?Mt'*il « PENSACOLA SSBHBWGwSWB' INDEPENDENCE ^ SARATOGA HI PENNSYLVANIA m BIKINI ATOLL SALT IAKE CITf i^AGATO ICI NEW YORK TO HAVE THE THINGS YOU WANT! CURTAINS 'CURTAINS First rpj>orts said that tin- battleship Arkansnx (1) w»» sank, tho i-ar- ricr Sanitofra (~1 also went down, something "wna wronij" wltlntho Now 1'prk (.'',). The- N"a(fnt(» (4) was adrift, the Nevada (5), Prinz ICuKen (I!) nnd Pennsylvania (7) were afloat, and the Independence (S) was, listinfi;. WATERBURY'S Beautiful New RECORD SHOP Designed by a prominent New York Architect maim. DEPEND ON ABOVE IS A SMALL SECTION OF OUR ATTRACTIVE INTERIOR, •NOW OPEN— The RECORD SHOP Inc. 2O Harrison Avenue, Wate "TAILORED MADRAS" SHEER, FIRMLY WOVEN COTTON NET, THAT REALLY ADDS GRACE TO YOUR WINDOWS. Rc£. 2.2D 1.99 "FRAMED RUFFLED CURTAINS" IN A SMOOTH IVORY COLOR AND WASHABLE. RUFFLED ALL AROUND. Reg. 4.*5 3.98 COTTON DRAPES WITH THE PINCH PLEAT TOPS IN OCEAN BLUE AND SUNSET TAN. 2.69 Finely Woven COTTAGE SETS O F MARQUISETTE WITH RED AND BLUE SASH PIPINGS; 2 1-2 YAJIDS LONG. THESE TWO NOT ILLUSTRATED *« u • Next to Dreschcrs. • Pho.,c 4-2659 NEW RECORDS .... and your old favorites, too! •^ LATEST "POP" TUNES *• SYMPHONIES if OPERAS if OPERETTAS * TAJNGOS * CONQAS enjoy the great symphonies and popular dance bands in your own home on records . . . come in ... see our grand selection , . . browse around ... • RADIOS AND RECORD PLAYERS, TOO! /I I'I. THAT FAMOUS "STARTEX" TABLE CLOTHS IN THK "STABFIKLD" PATTERN !H r S3 229 Ifc

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