The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on May 12, 1977 · Page 4
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Atchison, Kansas
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Thursday, May 12, 1977
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NAl/GATVCK NEWS (COffN.), SATURDAY. AUG. 3. 1046 THE BLOT Qfte Bail? Jteto* NAUQATUCK, CONN^ M. HENNICK, Proaldont nnd Motored »• aocond claim matter at the JM»uKntuak, Conn. Do You Remember? From the Tiles of the Naugatuck New§ ' • ' 20 Years Ago Warden Harris Whtttcmoro attended a mooting of the Wardens and Burgesses throughout tho state, held In Hartford. I month SUBSCRIPTION RATES payable In Advnnco ,»13.00 iuwbar; The American Now.pftpor Publlflhern The N. E. Dally N«w»pnp«r Pub. Aa»n The Conn, N«wiipi>per Publnhem Att o AUGUST 3, 1(M<1 Horseless Carriages While mill ions of Amei'icHiis wait im- imtiwitly foi- a KlUturiiitf new cur, own- OI-H of more thiui .100 of tin; country's most ancient automobile* uro Fixing thorn up for this Hummer's vui'Hton of n historic Tho liliddea tho ArruTicmi tour, .started iu .1005 by Automobile) A.MNociaticm „.-, a pfomoliou stunt for tiie wnine of automobile travel, will bo revived, this Au- KUHt t'w tho first time in M years, Mom- bor-H of the Antique Automobile G'lnb ot' America, tho Veteran Motor Car Club ol 1 America and the Horseless Carriage Club of LOH Angles will tako part, Many of tliu cars to be uaeil an: more than 30 years old. Tlio racing element of tlie early days will bo missing, and the current drivers will tfivo the old Im^'iux a lift with a long boat ride, but there will lie plenty^ of Hport in tlio simple process of covering tho route. The cars will «o from their various starting points in Pennsylvania, Ntw York and Now Knt,'luiid juifMvill converge on Albany August 17. From tliero thoy will run to Buffalo, board a "boat for'Detroit, HHMI travel back to (,'ievoland and Columbus undor their own posver. Today's roads will doubtless be gentle with tho veteran vehicles, hut the spare parts problem is one the drivers would rather not encounter at a H'-Ki crossroads filling station, Money Is Nothing Thero art'i slill people in (bis stvauge and betuKlded world who II)ink money is wealth. They think if you have money in tho bank yon are rich, if you have stocks and bonds iii tho safe deposit box you enii xdi anything you want: They oven think if you gut a higher wiijje this month than last, you can buy more with it, no matter what happens to prices or production. Hut yon aren't and you can't. It all depends on wluUher people work hard enough to make things enough to go urouud. Albion Koss, in Knrope for the New York Times, says money has lost its popularity around Austria and Hungary. Austrian currency is stronger, of late, in' dollar and pound value, than for some timtx I'ut Austrian peasants won't take it for their farm products. They want things they can, use, instead. They want shirts, and socks and nails for their eggs and chickens and vegetables. Occasionally H city mail can tako a painting into the country and have some hick swapping it for food. The peasant regards this as investment—the time may como when s'omeono will pay for it in things he ran use. But money"/ Just pnper. ITo can't, wear it or use it to mend tho chimney. Money is all right in its way. It's a handy tool to pass thing's unnmd with. "But viewed by itself it's nothing, Yon cannot, eat it or keep warm with it. It's the making of nsoi'nl things which really matters—the growing of food to keep people., well and strcm/u;. Money at host is but a symbol of labor performed. Money without, production is sounding brass ami rustle of paper—no more. In Wankoslia, "Wis,, a college professor and his family have moved into a haunted house. Tho ghosls had a roof, which watt naoro than he had, Airplanes in tho New York area arc so noisy that the iiihahitnuts arc making » fuss to the Civil Aeronautics Authority. Outside the city the racket is' irritating also to' cattle and chickens. Such arc tho of progress. While wo are all seated around tho international table, and tho food is running short, the United States should observe the old rule: Family Hold Back, Mlsa Ruth Sparltg ot Maplo avcnuo, Beacon Falls, vl»ltcd her slater, Mrs. Arnold Van DonbURh, in Troy, N. Y. o—O—o 30 Years Ago John J, Gormnn and family of Gorman Btreot vlaitod Laurel Bench. o—O—o John Lctiry and Wilfred Dtwla returned from vnetitlonlne ut Bantam Lake, Around The Clock CONTENTED I nm tho Ituit lout on the I'roo. Tho lual ot u happy family. I try not to fret nnd repine, Bvit thlnlt ot tho Joys that onco were mine, I have u IIUlo plnce to stay And onoiiRh to eat each duy. I have a quiet, nhady nook. Down by tho babbling woodland brook. I have n Iroo close by the door. Whivt could I wish for more? For often in that tree There are concerts that arc free. BERTHA M. HASTINGS Tonight is the last night for the St. Mary's church carnival, with n grand prize award being the feature event of the evening. Everybody in town is planning what, they will do with that brand' new; Chrysler that will be given away at the Sept. 2 celebration. Did you make your contribution? Strolling down tho boulevard: Miss Eleanor Johnson hitting a rapid pace, bound for destination, unknown. .... Vatrieia Kevit, now working during her summer months at the local box plant, walking uptown for her afternoon lunch. George McKemin and Jim Riggs ar"uin,g it out over Dodgers and Cavcli- inals. . , . Sherman Stocker says he called iij) Pat Regan about that controversial softbidl and hat, but Pat wondn't sell. Pat is still on the trail of tho gangsters who caused him such a harrowing at 1 lev- noon the other day. In looking 1 over our files, we discover that the first "Around The Clock" column was written in February, 1942 by Jerry Doheny (Whoever he was) and was published three times a week on Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays. Hi-member fellas and gals, the Marine Corps league dance is going to be held tonight, at Linden Park Hall. From all reports it should l>e a gala affair, with everybody from Bill Leuchars., and his camera, Jo this writer, attending. Bailey Cook and his Melody Masters will supply the music for dancing. Tom Scally, Jim Farren, Ed Wilcox, George Lewis and all the others on the fi- celebration Sept. 2, are preparing to nance committee for the Welcome Home launch big campaigns during the next four weeks. With men like these in back of this affair, it can't help but be 1 a success. We saw'Carolyn Bentzen walking down Church street, but she didn't see us, darn it "Arch 1 O'Toole and] Bill Halwick just entered Andy's for their afternoon coke. . . . Ex-Captain Bill Morris looks very dapper in his civilian wear; also looking for a rent, says Bill. . .. "Spec," Spadola, looking slightly inflated as he tells of his no-hit effort, the other day. P, .S. He only pitched two innings. Add to local persons who are aiding Pete Foley in his junior athletic league, > Frank Shea, Sr,, who is having two junior league teams play a seven inning game, prior'to the main contest in Sunday's Amateur League play. The two M's, MacNamara and Marti- iinitis uvc considering another trip to Maine, only they're not sure if they'll take 'Red Fen ton along this time. "He snores too loud," says Eddie. Tho hoys do tbeiv camping up near Lake"Dainans- cotta, a popular spot with local Maine visitors. TTow vnhios change. Todny's cn't'lNs are worth tlioiv weight in silver. WHO S GOING GLEAN THIS UP '" <MK«< • '"l"! ' ' ""A" *" f " "!"" ~~ On The Air Today '.. 6:00 p. m. WBRY-WABG~Waahington Other Stations—News 6:10 p. m. WBRY—Baseball Scores :• 6:15 p. m. WBRY-WABC—Portrait WOR—Lorenzo Fuller WEAF—Bob Smith Preview WJZ—Jimmy Blair WTIC—Don't You Believe It WATR—Al Vestro, Sports 6:30 )>. m. WEAF—Winnie The Wave WTIC-WJZ—Sports WOR—News WJZ—Wiamer's Sporte WATR—Hits and Bits; News 6:45 p. m. WBRY-WABC—News WEAF—Art of -Living: WOR—Stan Lomax WATR-WJZ—Labor, • USA WTIC—Forum of the Air 7:00 p. m. WBRY-WAEC-—Opera Pgrn. WTIC-WEAF—Foreign Policy WOR—Guess Who WATR-WJZ—Your Business 7:15 p. m. WATR-WJZ—Correspondents 7:30 p. m. WBRY-WABC—Martin Show WOR—Arthur Hale WEAF—Curtain' Time WTIC—Most Honored Flights WATR—Gi-een Hornet 7:45 p. m. WOR—Answer Man 8:00 p. m. WBRY-WABC— Star Time WE AF-WTIC—Carnival WJZ—Dick Tracy WOR—20 Questions WATR—Dark Venture 8:15 p. m. WATR—Modern Music 8:30 p. ni. .WERY-WABC—Danny O'Neill WTIC-WEAF—N. y. WATR—Jury Trials WOR—Juvenile Jury 8:03 p. m. WBRY-WABC—News 9:00 p. m. WBRY-WABC—Hit Parade • WTIC-WEAF—Bam Dnnco WOR—Leave It to the Girla WATR-WJZ—Gang Busters 9:30 p. m. WEAF-WTIC—Top This? WATR-WJZ—Berkshire Festival WOR—Jonathan Trimble 9:45 p. m. WBRY—Journeys in Jaw, WABC—Nigh.t Serenade ; , 10:00 p. m. WTIC-WEAF-Light-s Out WOR—Theater of the Air 10:15 p. m. WERY-W ABC—Roundup 10:30 p. m. WEAF-WTIC—Gr:ind Ole Opi-y WATR-WJZ—Hayloft Haysecdcra iO:+5 p. m. WBRY- WABC—Talks 11:00 p. m. ALL Stations—News ll:JO p. m. WBRY—John Daly. City News 11:15 p. m. WBRY-WABC-Sports Arena WATR-WJZ—George Hicka WTIC-WEAF—Max Hill WOR—News 11:30 p. m. WBRY—Night Club of the Air WABC—Cleveland Orch. WATR-WJZ—Barren Orch. WOR—Weather; Orchestra WTIC-WEAF—Mooney Ore!). 11:45 p. m, WOR—Himbcr Orch. 18:00 Midnight ALL Stations—News 12:05 u- m. WBRY—Night Club: News Buying Time At Lexington Week Of'£niutafy To Transfiguration Day Be Observed In Churches Transfiguration Day will be observed in many local churches tomorrow, with pastors to deliver Bermons bnsed on the text for the day which is found In Matthew 17 or Mark 9, The day observes the supernatural change in the appearance oi Jesus on the mountain, and In some churches .this is commemorated by a church feast on Aug. G. First Church of Christ Scientist WATERS UJRY Salem Lutheran Synod) St. Mary's (Roman Catholic) ..ftov, Thomas M. Griffin The Masses at St. Mary's church aro celebrated at 7:30, 9:30 and tl a, m. St. Francis' (Romiin Catholic) Bcv. Paul F. Keating, Pastor of Christ Fridolf Transfiguration Day. •The Transfiguration (Mutt. 17:1-8). Ushers: Burton Lundln, Nelson, Sundny, Aup,'4: 10:00 a.m. English service. Soloist: Mrs. Joseph Noyack. Tuesday, Aup. 6: 8:00 p. m, Concordia Sick Benefit Society (at church). . Hillside Congregational Elev. Paul W. Peterson Masses will be celebrated in St Francis' cfuirch Sunday morning at 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 o'clock. St. Hedwig's (Polish Roman Catholic) Bev. S, F. Nalewajk Tho Masses at St. HedwiR'a church will be celebrated, at 6:30 8, 9:30 and 11 a. m. The regular weekly vesper serv Ice will be at 3 o'clock Sunda> afternoon. Tho service of divine • worship will be held at the Hiltaidc Con grefiTitionn.! church Sunday, Aug. 1, at 11 o'clock, with the Rev. Paul W. Peterson, pastor, delivering the sermon, "When Hc;aven's -Glories Shine," The sermon will be based on the text for Transfiguration Day, which will be Matthew 17. 1:8. Paul Madcr will be guest soloist. Monday evening at 8 o'clock the congregation will hold a business mooting. Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock Professor Donald Frisk, instructor of systematic theology at North Park college, will speak at the church, representing the school. Professor Frisk Is a noteworthy preacher. Members and friends are Invited to attend. St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran 12 Curtis Street, Rev, O. H, Bertram, Pastor Sunday school, 8:30. Holy Communion, 10:00. Public worship, 10:30. Announcements for Holy Communion, 9:15-8:30. . Tho Lutheran Hour, 12:30, WICC and-WONS; 4:00, WATR.. . , All services at St. Paul's are conducted in the English language. Methodist Church Rov. -T. Brndtay Lonfftitaff Service of divine worship, Scr- Tnon, "God's Search for Man," 10:00 a. • m, Kcnn'oth 'Barrdtt will assist •Mre, Longstnff at the org-an. • Rev. <T. .Bradley Longataff will be In charge of the.morning devotions 'on .Station WBRY, "Tho Ealth of tho Living Church" at 8:15 a.m. on this Monday; Tuesday ond-Wod-. .nosday, .- , • . An. outing- of .the- John ; Wesley class will- be 'Held • Saturday, Aug. 10, at. the homo of -Mr. and Mrs. 'Franels-'Zettlemoyer at-<tholr home on Hillside avonuc in the .form of. .a pot-luck supper. Theodore Zcrbc Is In charge of program arranjje- •menta, •• - ..... v . . . ' ThQ Methodist .;youtb.Felio\yBhlp la planning-a summer outing at. Lake Quausapausr next /Sundayi •-August-11. .from 2 to 8.p,.itt;:, v Mi,r-..| Karet'Eniary-,''Joyco Ann Kane 111 and Roger Floyd -ar^ In clmr'g*' of •tho Arrangement*. • . ,^/..| St. Anthony's (Roman Catholic) Prospect, Conn. Masses will be celebrated at St Anthony's church in Prospect Sun day morning rtt 9 and 11 o'clock. Holy Saviour (Polish. National Catholic) Bcv, Louis KaczorowBkl Masses celebrated at 8 a. m. and 10:30 a. m. St. MichaeYs (Episcopal) Rev. Wlnfrod B. Lnn^horst Sunday. Aug. 4, the Very Rov Fleming. James, D. D,, Ph.D., will be the preacher. . 7:30 a, m. Holy Co.mmunion. . 11:00 a, m. Holy Communion and sermon. Ushers: James Heavens, Raymond Heavens,' Andrew Hopp, Elmer Schmltz. Friday, Aug. 9: 7:30 p. m! Girls' choir rehearsal. Immanuel Lutheran Church Bcv. Harold Lucas, Pastor 10:45 a. m. Worship service. BETHANY . Bethany, .Mission . Mass will bar celebrated In the State Police. ' academy Sunday morning 1 at -10- o'clock. : • . Complete Line •'--• 4<>fc: -. •: Work Gfothes 410 North ;Main St, .TEL. 6JS6 Sunday service, 10:45 a. m. Sunday school, 10:45 a. m. Wednesday evening meeting, 8 o'clock. "Love" will be the subject of the Lesson - Sermon for Sunday, August <I, 19-16. Tho Golden Text is from II Cor- •iuthianE 33:11. "Be 'perfect, bo of comfort, be of one mind, live in peace; and the God of love and peace shall be with you." Selections from tho Bible include the following-: "...Thou shall love thy neighbor as thyself." (Matthew 22:39). Correlative pnssapes from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary. Baker Eddy, include the following; (p. 467:9-13): "It should be thoroughly undcr- stc-jd that all men have one Mind, one God and Father, one Life, Truth, and Love. Mankind will become perfect, in proportion as this fact becomes apparent, war will cease and the true brotherhood of man will be established." .Kentucky. Aug. 3— (UP)—The men \vho so down t ycarlinR sales wkh hopes of pickin up a. future Derby winner still ar tossing money around like KO muc hay at tv.p Keeneland .auction. . A son of Blenheim out of Blac Wave by Sir Galahad was the mos expensive yearling to hit the Lex ington block in the second evenin of the Kentucky auction. He wen to the Mill River stables, owned 15 Mrs. Barclay Douglas of Now York for 540,000. Mrs. Elizabeh Ardon Graham in vested $38,000 of her cosmetics foi •tune m a stimulus-risky colt an Jay Polcy of Los Anjrelcs paid th same for a son of Sir Galahad bj Scenery Second, , There's no explanation why, bu it seems that gray yoariinfrs arc the darlinfrs of the sa-le. Twelve o them have brought an average price of J22.000. - - •• ' Totnl sales for the first two evening's, with 207 yearlings going under the hammer, have hit ?2,H.2,- 000. Of this. Mrs. Graham has paid .out S179.000 for six yearlings while Cedar Farms of Philadelphia is the second best spender plunking down S122.000 for T.O potential champions The U. S. uses about 300 pounds Of paper per person per year. STYLE VENETIAN BLIND SHOPPE 85 Spring St. Union City i Tel. yimig. Gill ~ Wat. 4-9526 FELIX NARDET,I,O. MRT. nml wood hllndfl rn-tupcd. etc. Full Ktm-k of Ntrr] ItlludM WEDDING CAKES And Other Special Baking A Specialty CITY BAKERY H. 1'. STOrFANI. Prop. Miipic Street Telephone 3678 Approved G. I. Training ArnmnlliiK, BiiHlm-Nx MuvhlDrw, Srrrclnriut IVU.I, TEK.M Ol'ESS IN KKI'TKMIltai l.liiiitorf Knrnlfmi'nt THE PERRY SCHOOL Watcrlniry, Chrysler and Plymouth G. M. C. Trucks J. C. Raylkwich, JR. ACCESSORIES Repairing 106 SOUTH MATN ST. Telephone 4O96 WKDDING GIFT SPECIAL ELBCTHIC PERCOLATORS — with chrome- tray, nugar and creamer, ' $OO QP> complete ....."..:. :'• w£<U»*)*J S3 tnANTJ ST., WTBBY, BOUGHT SOLD Rent n Trailer and Do That Job Yourself!' ORANGE TRAILER RENTAL SERVICE , rEI.lCl'HONB N»mt«tiick 30«H Offlco In Unlon-CUr Hnrdwii* Bldr. NAUGATUOK SPORT & AUTO SUPPLY "BUSS"' WEAVING, Prop. Wlnnlow Court -Tel. SS!»» AUTO PARTS SPORTS GOODS Cushion Type Life Preservers ' Have You Seen .Our Kitchen Korner On the. Second Floor .Many Items for The Kitchen R&P 'METAL WORKS. 00 .SO. MAIJ.; SSTRI-3ET (Benr) Expert Welding- of AH Tj'pes Forging, Sheet Motul and .- Ornamental Steel .Work v .,. 0 Telephony ; Cars Called For/ aiid. Delivered Our Complete Services Give You . Carefree Vacation Drivihgf!. POUST>S ;Tel- *»S« 144. Rubber "Aye. FOR A CAB TEL. 5285 DAY or NIGHT Inflependent Cah Co. .100 South Main St. Bertellf s Future In Judge's Hands Boston, Aug. 3—(UP)—The football future of Anfjclo Bcrlclli now is in the hands of a Superior court judffe. The former Notre Dame quarterback is claimed by both Uic Boston Yanks and the Los Angeles Dons. Judge Felix Fote took the case under advisement after a four-day trial. The Dons want a permanent injunction to prevent the "Springfield Rifle" from playing with any other club for ;wo years. However, the Yanks claim they also have Bertelli under contract 'for that period of time. The center of the dispute allegedly bolted from the Yanks to the Dons and back to the Yanks when he was offered a $2,000 bonus above his annual 510,000 salary. GET A JEEP IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Vour WILLYS-/) VKRLAXI> I>rali>r LIBERTY MOTORS, Inc. 24 IfnrHson Avrmie Qtt Kxchuni;t* riiicc. Wnterhunr Thonr 34LA03 I Men's Boys I — PANTS SHOP — I 'EMBRUSKI 'CIFANEH TAILOR 451 No. Mnln Si. Tel. 3807 Union Cl<>NOW is the time to have your BLANKETS . AND COUNTERPANES Expertly Laundered Dial Wat. 4-4106 A MERICAKJ / i / \ /.• /.• i • ^ FRED'S H3t-\VAY GRHAK SOI South Mflln St, Regular Dally Dinner 50o op \ La Carte Menu Spaghetti To Take Out Banquet Room, Cocktail Full Liquor WHITE FISH MARKET JOSEPH CABRAL, Prop. 8 South Main St. ' Choicest selection ot wit and fresh w;nter fish at lowest prices. STRISIK'S I 10 Center St. Watcrbury, Conn. • ROYAU GOUDA POTERY Imported From Holland Little Hof Brau 400 NORTH. MAIN ST. "Al" mid Ver» Budrta, Prop*. Daily Luncheons, Dinners and A La Carte Menu Full Liquor Llcenno RODEO RAMBLERS Here Friday, Saturday ••IRISH" SHEEHAX Special Entertainment Thursday and Sunday Open Daily Until 1 A. BT. Ml Kinds' of 'Trucking—A«he» ' Etc.,Removed McN&mara Trucking 81 Wont Ifnn««*w<* T" 1 - sws '-••u

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