The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on May 3, 1977 · Page 8
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 8

Atchison, Kansas
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Tuesday, May 3, 1977
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j>,\ r,K 3— NAUGATTTflK NEWS (CONN). WEDNESDAY. Jl^/i' gl ig Q oa t Survived A-Bomb Blast More Than 700 World War Vets To Take Part In Parade Welcome Homo Committee Plans Important Meeting At Town Hall Tonight More tlmn "00 ri»turntid M<irvlcfmr!it will m.'irch In tho Wrlrnmo Homo V-J Dfiy rclRbrntlon Krpt, 2. It wu» cnllmfttnd today hy Harold Uv.vls, rrmrxnnl of the pnrmln. This nurn- proxlmntoly fiO per ronl of tho nor- hpi', ctrvtnd Mi', Low!*, comprised "P- vlco ppr.ionnel who left tills community to Kfirvn during tho recent war, find have roturnnd. An Important niortinK of the fc'nn- r r »! cnmmltor In churfc'n of ni-rnnKO- mnnf foi- thn Welcome Homo colo- brntlon will ttiko plnco nt « o'clock tonlsht, in the Boroufrh court room, John Brnon. general chnlrrnnn fin- nmincntl today. It I.M expected that Mr. I-iRWlx will deliver hln ri-porl on the parade at thbi rneetlnK- . rioportM will iil"f llf) heard from j the h-uulM of the vnrlrniii Hiili-com- mlttf'fH, nn the prwr.-i* of thrill 1 Individual unit". Tne ur'iup meetlnK of .-ill fratern- i\\ and (-Ivlc. ncKiinl'/.'iton.i. heruled hy Ch'irm'in John K. McGi'oary, will bo hold August 18, Hi the KlU'.-i j rooms In the Nunry '. Twelve Footwear (Continued from Pape 1) Grovn, Bnltomnstor, Henry Zwlck. Chairman, Dominic Sul- znno iiSHlstnd by Pete Lupo, E. J. Lcary, Charles Brady. Jfic.k Glynn, Tom Connelly, Charles LodRC. Harold Lutxo, Mike Fnlclwi. Ed Rosal, find Mike Tufnnnrlo. laboratory—Litter part of Anc.,Nt ix i Lake Qtms.snpnuff Yacht Club. Chairman and bakcmaatcr, Krniiintl ValolH. Committee: Stuart Boyd,- Mai'fo Fcnske, Tom Sklpp, Jack RORCM, and Anthony Chiulll, Boot r-jom: September 21, Lln- don Park, Chairman, John Laucr ••••Misted by Rocco Mariano, Andy Wnsdo, Ambrose Stuart, John Dec- Kan I'JIolso Hubert, Russell Sherry, John Culllnanc. Mickey Kryk, Tom Palmlorl. find Jim Mcnnlllo. WOMAN n ic PORTS North Consvuy. N. H.. July 3.1— (UP) -Mrs. Barbara Walker, the runaway New Hampshire wife, hiis telephoned hor mother that she Is .-ml 1 !! and well In Sacramento. Calif. The 23-year-old mother who disappeared "last ThuiMciay. suysi a !<;> ler explalnlnf; everything will follow. She Is staying with friends In the wust coast city. >N^mnv"livint;"ir7rrtr7)f <m:rti and comfort aboard Disaster On The Mississippi olhWM now livng * e o .m th<i U. S S, Burlo.son.-the zoo ship of "Operation Crossroad!) —Is this black goat with tho white striped face. The animal, who IN culled B, O. Plenty" by crewmen, was on tho U. S. S. Flllmore during the atom i nj'iitj' ity \iitj«inwMi, .T»,,-. .... „.,.- —- - - - br_ih tost at Bikini, Seaman Ralph Hnvrunnk, of Washington, D. C., is shown petting thn lucky animal. (International Soundphoto) DOK-B-A DOLLARDAYS$$ at FREE OMAN'S 4BV Thursday, Friday, Saturday Closing Out Our Summer Stock! $3.00 $4.00 $5.00 Vulucs to $10,95 DRESSES — GROUPS AT $l.oo $2-00 Si/i-s I) to .">() PLAY SUITS — GROUPS AT $3.00 $5-00 BLOUSES- TOPPERS— PURSES 1-2 PRICE COMPACTS, i/o Price . .- .$1.00 SHORTS i 'o Price $1.00, $2-00 DRESSES, PLAY SUITS and SLACK SUITS, y, Price . . $1, $1.50, $2 BEACH BAGS., group at $1.00 BATHJNG SUITS and TRUNKS S1 . 00 JEWELRY, i/o Price . ., 50c, $1.00 SUN SUITS 50c and $1.00 GLOVES, I/, Price ' 50c pr. BABY BONNETS, group at 50c $7.00 $10.00 to sM4.:r> GROUPS AT $l.oo $2.00 $3.00 Values to $4,08 $5.00 All Colors. 10 to <t<1. Values to $3.95 $1.00 $1.50 $2-00 Children's Dept. HATS 50c, $1.00, $2.00 VnhiOH to $7.93 Visit our 50c and $1 Tables . ALL SALES FINAL 191-199 CHURCH ST. NAUGATUCK, CONN. From the bluffs ahovo the Mississippi Blvar at Caruthcmvllle, Mo., crowds look out over tho spot (top) when, eleven persons died whm the ferry boat Biff Chief collided with, an oil bar^e train. Victims died when their ears slid off the ferry Into the water. I-ucky voun B Kters aro Donald Galltim. (bottom, left) 12, and his brother Claude, 10, who crawled through a window of the- car in which they were riding as It sank and were rescued soon after. (International Soundphoto) Winsted Candidate For Congressional **• Nomination Honored (Special To Tho News) (Special To The News Norfolk, July 31—More than !iO Democratic narty leaders, not only Crom the fifth congressional district, but from other parts of the state, gathered at the Norfolk Inn WILLIAM T. DOYLE last r.i^ht for a dinner in honor of William Parick Do|,'le of Winslcd, candidate for thr fifth district congressional nomination. P. Francis Hicks of Winstcd, president of the "Doyle for Congress" club, served as toa.stma.stor and among tho was Professor Chas. P, Harrington of Kent, a state Democratic leader, who paid warm tribute to Mr. Doyle's lo'np; and faithful service to the party not only in his own con.srcsslono! district but throughout the entire stnto, Mr. Doyle has lon^ been associated wil.h state party leaders rmd for n number of years was a close political associate of the late United Senator Francis T. Maloney of Mcridcn. A veteran of World War I, Mr. Doyle has received many voluntary pledges of support from World War If veterans hut he has made no effort as yet to solicit 1 , tho concerted support of any veteran organizations. Mr. Doyle has been pledged the solid backing 1 of the ten towns comprising his own thirty-first sena- oria.1 district as well as many oi' the remaining 36 towns in Litchfield county and the eleven towns in the New Haven county end ot" the district. Rado's Keds Defeat Brother Workers In .a recently played softbfill saine, Billy Rado and his U. S. KcdK showed I hat they were not as kindly towards their fellow workers rxs they miprht be, when they defeated the U. S. Kwicks by a' 4-1 score. With Rado hurlinp superior three hit ball, his team-mates, led by Wftlly Yackowski who homered and Swede Linden who accounted for two of the eisrhL hits Riven up Janus, piled up the necessary mar- Bin for their pit.cher, who recently suffered his first defeat of the season, Midgic Kalinnski featured for the Kwiks with his sensational fielding-. Score by innings: U. S. Rubber Keds 1 10000 2—! S 1 U. S. Rubber Kwiks 0 0 0 C10 0—1 3 1 Batteries: (winning team first). W, Rado and J. Farrar; Janus and Mariano. Umpires: Nolde and Weaving. IITAlLISHEDlltf JUST BEAT THE HEAT AND GIVE THE PEOPLE ON THE STREET A TREAT. Palm beach yourself at $21.50 and get a toe hold on more comfort than you've ever experienced in any sumrrier of your career. Thousands of tiny windows in every inch of palm beach fabric waft every stray breeze to your body and allow the excess body heat to escape through the ventilators—a cool proposition all day long-. VIRGINIA DARE WINES ( Wiiilc, or lied) J. K. STORES CUT KATE, LIQUORS, WINES, BEERS S06 N. Main St. Tel. 4979 Free Delivery Anywhere In Borough BABY SEATS FOR CARS $1.89 ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY STORE SO SOUTH MAIN ST. TEL. 6162 Naucatuck, Conn. $10.000 ADDED SAT. Salem, N. H,, July 31 -The half- mile poie of Rockir.gham Park's brilliant summer meeting will be lost in the dus!. of clattering- hoofs this week, as the old Rock schedule charges ahead to next. Saturday's running of the 510,000-added Springsteel Handicap. This race, which will be run at a mile and an eighth, is named in honor of the iato Sylvester W. LA- broi's Springstocl, the great grey thoroughbcd who won the Granite State Handicap over this course on the 23rd of June in 193-1, and one week later to the day, broke down and was destroyed. He lies under a tombstone in the old Rock's infield, where Mr. Labi-ot made an annual pilgrimage until he, too, 1 went to his fathers. To Save a definite portion of your Income, and stick to it! More and more people ;irc learning the value of pl.'in- ninc; for financial security. Build a reserve fund- protect yonr faiu;ly with low-cost Savings Bank.Life Insurance, a combination that will help you face the future with confidence. We will help yuu work out a plan. NAUGATUCK SAVINGS BANK 1870 tfVWYHFTM ANNIVERSARY 1945. AUDEPOUTt FUUY GUARANTEED , Great ; OXFORD ROAD TeL 5M9 ! PERFECTLY PASTEURIZED ! ! MILK and CREAM |; ; Ddlvrry To All Varl* «' Ni'iinituck ] HOGAN-> T EI>SO.V BEST Chicago, 111., July 31—(UP)—Ben Hoftan and Byron Nelson. p«ilfs' two top money winnere foi 1 IfMG, ai'C the best players in tho game today. .So says Sam Snead, British Open champ for ]9'1fi. in the August 2 issue of "All - American Sports," the new, breezy all-coverage sports weekly. "Temperament and concentration arc the most important factors in winnn^ hip-time gvjlf tournaments,' says the Hot Springs, Va., hillbilh star, "and Nelson and Hofran nrc blessed with both. HoRan has th best powers of concentration ; amonpr competitive golfers today He is just like baseball's Np. 1 performer, Bobby Feller, j respect." in tha 'Bad' Shell Victim WORKING OUT Compton, Calif., July 31—(UP) The 53-nian Los Angeles Rams football squad is staitinp workouts at Compton, California, preparatory to their same with the Collcpe All- Stars in Chicago on Aufi-. 23rd. FOR A CAB TEL. 5285 »AV. or tflGJIT Independent Cab Co. 100 South Mnln St. Approved G, I. Training Arrnnnlinir. MtmlnrMN Murhlnrx, Srrri'turhil a IMLL TKBM OPBN8 IN MKPTKMIIISK l.htlllnl Knriilliiirnt THE PERRY SCHOOL Water!) n ry According to former 1'fc. Weston Hodces of Portland, Ore., one defective mortar shell wus re- HponsJ.hle for six deaths and 24 Injured In one mortar battery d.vinK the New Guinea cumpaljrn. HotlKCH, a member of that buttery, suffered 13 shrapnel scars, missing thumb and forefinger and impaired eyesight. Ho said that "If any munitions ma'nufao tiirers math; money by turning out defective shells, I hope <the knowli:djce of their frullt haunts them." (International Sound- photo) JUST RECEIVED Slifpmo.nt of TABLE CLOTHS (Fancy Prints) 52 x 52 $1.95 — $2.95 NAT'S 410 North Main St. Union City TEL. 6180 ' JlVATCM FOR OUR NEWMf» RENOVATED STORE'S } GRAND OPENING: » CORNER CANTEEN 392 No, Main Street "Pom" THIrrlro. rrnp. EDDIE'S Corner Spring 1 & Diamond St». GROCERIES - VEGETABLES FRUITS - ICE CREAM SODA FOUNTAIN SERVICE Free Delivery Tel. 4919 Edward Vinnknuckns, Prop. ps^^^r^^^^^^v^^vNmwv — — - ^ Highland Package Store { 93 IliRhlana Avc, — Tel. 3!)83 ; « Anthony Farnir, I'rop. } FREE I>EMVERY J All Parts of NaiiRatuch Try NETVTS Want Ad».— They Brln K Result*. __ i, Prop. $ We "have your favorite news- J paper, niajrazine or other ! periodical. NflUGflTUCK, (NSURflNCC OG€NCY> M€PRY BLDG -TCL.20SO COAL COSTS ! WITH THE HONEYWELL DAMPER M CONTROL By initialling lh« Hon«yw«ll El.clric Janilor Hampsr control you can »ar« up to 30% on your cool bill. Think what thin tavino moan» dunno ju»t one hftctlino- floaion. W« bav« Electric Janlton in «lock now. Call uo today, bnlor* tli« supply im a°n«, lor lull inlormaUon.

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