The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on May 13, 1977 · Page 8
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rA«r, »—NAirr.ATVCic yiws (CONN.). MONDAY. AUG. g. -m»n Hand-Made Car 'Goes 215 MPH In Utah Test MirumlP, Wyo. (UP)--Wllllum UI- rlch and Cnrl Pin-lino, two half- brother* who "droumod up" und constructed 140 - hoiwipowoi 1 of tihlning iiliirnlnum. • hand • made iiiitoiTioblln, HIT thlnklni.' of Milld- Ing another ono. Only thn nnw ono would hnvo < Hirhlno nowor nlanl. Tho current • Job, now on display lioro. l> iiKn n tit.rangf) contraption from thn world of tho ftituCo.- "ft cnn't really ho el«»!ilflr.'cl «« u raring rnnohlnr -although It hn« boon unorilcliilly clocked at 214.0 mllnn |mr tiour r<n tho f;onnovlllo, Ut/ih. salt flats." Ulrlch oxplnlndd, Nolthnr. ho added, CUM It hn tfirmod nn ulrplnmi. although It dooit hiivo, "n ;'"'t "t Mtnhlllxtu which l« mindful for high dponds." With UH original rtullton nnft- hortppfiwcr, ultlo-hy-iildo, 24-cylln- drr onKlno, It roiuihcd thu 21f, MI'II iipnnd. Thn rtintfr nnw In i"" 1 '» ft "hrowod-iip" Jnli, nifiMtly hund miuln, With 11* prrsi-nl .1 tfi-h<irm" [inwor; which l» not mipfrrhurgml, thn cur (Min got up to 1 l n MI'II. Ovi'r-ii.ll, thfi.'ipnodstor In 10 1-2 fimt long, luwi " Ifi-foot whrol hiuto und ciu-t-loH 12-ply, 201-Inch truck-typo tires. , Tho body, or Hkln, WHS formed -if jihout iiUimliuim by uslnr,' Hand IIIKH for formlriR wolRhlB. Tho tor- prdo tihupcd vehicle weighs more Ihiin 3.COO poundii, gets oljfht to 2 mile* pnr gallon ° r K"»Q llnc on the Hlx-cyllntler motor, iind gulps -i gallon (inch four mllea with the 24 -cylinder*. French Lagging In Scientific Research Ilv HAV10 A. LOKHWING I'PIIHH Stuff Correspondent (UP) -Fronch KClrnllflc rn- which nt ono tlmo led the world will rrwho lea« progress In thn nnxt ton ynnrn than American wvants iii-o likely to make In -Mix nionthii, "1'hiit I.H thu considered csllmiito of [Uiymoml Moch. rosoiirch at- tiinho -if the I'xporlmontnl physic* iihonitfipy of tho College of France, itnlrtl In a rnciint iirtlclo written 'or »' I'Yoneh nnw.ipiipor. To buck up hit) statement, ho jltod tin 1 pnmiry of Krcnch governmental appropriations -to tho rematch liihoriiloi-IOM of 1U great inlvcrslllcH. resulting In a slum; on where young wclcntlHtH arc rmItl 150 francs per dny—lean than tho Monographer who copies their roports, or even tho charwoman who swoops out the laboratory. As u result, young scientists are i'oi-biililnpr the purely theoretical 'Hboratory'Of .tho university, where Jie greatest HClcnlll'lc ndvunces •ire ordinia-lly miide, for more remunerative'* Jobs in private Industry. ', ., I2von though some earnest youths uro willing to accept such starvation wages to devote themselves to science, modern renearch cannot bo carried on without propoi equipment, Moch pointed out. "Mario and Pierre Curio were abio to discover radium in a wooden garage, but one cannot elucidate the mysteries -Jf atomic energy with Instruments made of string •md cardboard,' 1 Mooh declared. At present, France Is spending ,i l-jtiil of'*5.000,000 per year on iiclontlflc research, wh<:rciis Moch pointed out that the discovery of IMP atomic bomb cost tho United Stated $2,500,000,000 In three years, A-HOMI1S AID RI2S.KAKCH So.-i.ttle (UP)—Dr, Josrph K. Hen- deison of the University of Wash- ou «ild nuclear rnauai'Kh in the tcliool'K phy.ilc.-t laboratories would ie Immensely widened T>y use of •acllo active by-products of the na- .lon'.s atomic bomb plants, He said the university plunnnd ,o obtain common iind raro rndlo- iclive elon\cnts to be released ny ^ uovornmcnt but did not disclose his department's research pro- Krams, . Deputies' Overturned Cars After Battle WithVets Wreckage Of Crash That Killed 1, Injured 133 iRv* ," " '••»>• <•£•',;* ••'•••.y.-'*J£v -" Democrats To Name Slate September 16 Democrats will nominate their stato ticket September 16 and 17 it the Bunhnell Memorial, Hartford accordinp 'to an announcement by Chuirm.-m John McGuirc of ' thr. Democratic State Central i Committee. ' The Republican state nomina.l- ' Ing- convention will he held September 9 arid 10 at Bushnell. COACH tlml b. vits torn frt.m Its t rucks DCS on Its side In Buyonm;, N. J. »ftor Iwni/. nf tin- New .IiTMry Central during ilhc rush hour poul;. Thn fliviiuin Oi d InstunllV und IIW others Irjurwl. Many piissengers wore hadl.V hurncil ller'whli'h mtruyed it liircn ami with Hculdinff stmnu. (Intornatlonal) ni-:rAins FOR ST. PAUI/S London (UP)—Bomb damajro to St. Paul's Cathedral cannot be repaired for a number of years, It has been announced. Work includes replacement of stained ulass windows hcatir.p and IlKhtinff oC tho buildinsr, orfrnn rc- pnlrs. and renewnrof the choir and ity nrnaments. The War Da,niiKO Commission will meet part of the estimated expense of over .WOn.'.mO. Donations- spread over a perio.l o! f years will furnish tho remainder of. the funds. AIM-OINTMENTS MADE Hartford, Auff. 5—<U P)—Major John G. Geckler of New Haven iwis been appointed regimental in- trlliirerico oHlcer in -the 102nd Infantry. Also named ™™, C:i ^;" Tnmp« J-. Doody. Jr., of Hartfoid, as personnel officer of the same ,-OKiment, Both arc former members of the outfit. Marines Sponsor Successful Dance One of tho moat successful dunces of the season was held Saturday nlfrht at IJndcn Park under the auspices of the NnUKiitucIc Valley Detachment, Marine Corps League. Music wn.s provided by Bailey Cook and his Melody Masters,, who made a big hit with the dancers. The detachment will mr.nl Thursday nlfrht to mnkn a final report on the dunce and to complete arrangements for the. state convention in New Haven next Saturday and Sunday. BODY KISOOVKREJ) Hartford. AUK. 5 — (UP)— A man identified ns Willnrd B. Jackson has -taken his life by jumplnp from BulUclcy bridge, according 1 to police. Eyewitnesses reported Jackson leaped to the parapet, yelled a few unintelligible words and plunged into the Connecticut river. His body was recovered two hours later. He was said to have been sick and despondent for the pHB-t week. M\fi, IJ .* A* Plays Tonight The Millvillo A. A. will play host to the Wittcrhnry Esquires at G p. m, toniRht a-t Rccrca'.ion Field, when the two teams cnsaso In a rematch. Conch Al Brewer asks that all team members be present I'-jr thia important contest. Engineer Blamed In Train Crash (By united Press) The crash of two Jersey Central commuter trains at Bayonne Friday evening has been blamed on the engineer, William O'Neill. 71 years old. One person was killed in the collision and S3 others were hurt The jfeneral manager of the road sn.id an investigation indicated O'Neill failed to control the speed of his train in accord with signals. Service on the line has now been rc-Lurned to nohmal. America's fruit growers rank nmonff the largest users oC copper and lead. . • . them apply at our OYMeNT OFF ICG 366 East Main Street. Watorbury, Conn. of Commerce itlon for Si-rri'hi r.v t hi* PH Vj| r (* 11 rid Junior . u n I, Inoliidlni: ni M "I'ari' {.'iti Fall TiTlll open* of Si»pt. Marly rollnu'nt mlvthrd. Hri Wiuilcrlmr.v A U. S. Government Report an- nounres liic discovery of n new tnnnic nrid treatment. It has been found, excellent: it is pcntlc and s.ife. dries up the bliMcrs in a surprisingly short lime •—often ivithin 21 hours. Tlirse povern- mcnl findings are incorporated in the new product . . . ______ T>T -, v Vourdriig!,tore.59c. IV I "JL'JtX. I Additional Classified Employment Help Wanted—Male For Sale WANTED—Helper in brass foundry. Apply Millville Brass Foundry, 84-1 Rubber Avc. WANTED—Man to work nights In onico. Independent Cub Co., 106 So. Main St. HIFTS FOR BOTH MEN and WOMEN No Experience Necessary Training on the Job Excellent Working Conditions Higher Than Average Earnings • The Best Of Recreational Facilities • Outstanding Medical Attention • New Hospital Plan • Savings and Loan Associations "Let's go to work and beat Inflation!' Help Wanted—Fcnu«o ClirlstiniiH 'TRIZK" Assortment SELLS FAST—2] CARDS FOR SI YOU make up t.o fide per hiix. Smart now designs soil thcmsclvo,". Als<j namo-imprinted Christmas Cards 215 and !>0 for $1. Other profit. makorA: Year 'Round Wraps, Correspondence Notes, Rclipious, Everyday assortments. Samples on approval. „ CHILTON GREETINGS CO. 147 Essex, n^it. 8-12, Boston, Moss. WANTKD— Woman to do pencrnl hoUBCwork. Phonct 3407 or call at 0 Terrace Ave, WANTED—Woman for llpht housekeeping starting Sept. 1st. One child, plft.T.snnt surroundings. Phone . r )84r). Employment Help Wanted—Female ARE YOU A mi(l(Il<v:i-c<Hl liuln housckncpcr-cook who would Jllir a nice homo in the country, Sniali family —no Sundays — no enter talnliiK—two weeks vacation with pay, and no laundry. licfcrcnccs- Box G, care of News. 2a Help Wanted—Male or Fcmaln WANTED—Clerk to work in store 9 a. m.-2 p. m. Robert's Store, corner Quinn and Chestnut Sts. Tel. 4S31. For Sale House* For Ralo FOR SAT.K—Two-family house off South Main St. 11 rooms, extra lot and 2-car garage, Priced low for quick sale. WALTER H. MART INC. JOHN C. KIERNAN WCby; 4-3123,. after 6 p. m. Naiig. 5707 FOR SAI,K—A two family house of 8 rooms. Nice location. Dial 6117. FOR SAIxK—Beacon Falls, Wolfe Avc., 1 family, 7 rooms and sun porch, 2. baths, fireplace, 1 car garage, steam heat. Lot 100 jc 125. Call 5031, JOHN HEALY, 118 Church St. FOR SALE — 1C room, 4 family house. All Improvements. In good condition. Centrally located. Price $6,500. A Sheplcy, Phone 2433. Wanted To Buy I IIAVK JJUYKKS for 1, 2, and 3 family houses. Call or sec Joseph V. Rosko, 3 Union Si. Tel. dP2S or 2952. Land For Sale 37 ACRES OF LAND—Containing a brook and a pond; site partially excavated, roads on three sides. Part of it secluded and woodla.nd, over HOO feet on a black t-.ip State Rd-, pood silos for summer homes and hunlinjr camp. Two burns included. Part of the land lillnble. Price $4,000. Ixicntcd in Kcl.tlctown Section of SouUibury. Inquire of Charles S. Sarpcant, Realtor. Phone 621-Scymour. BUILDING LOTS in Middlcbury. Now development on Three Mile Hill. Reasonable, TONY FKR- RANTK, Middlcbury. Phone Wa- torbury 4-3753. IITAILISHED 111 f IF AUGUST'S YOUR VACATION , MONTH — TRAVEL THE HART- ) MAN LUGGAGE WAY ?, •*» Hartmann luggage has the happy .: faculty of taking the trouble out of • travel, helping you over the rough \ spots and acting as your letter of introduction. Because after all — even the bell hops recognize Hartmann leadership in fine luggage $21 to $100. Complete :; line of Work Clothes NAT'S 410 North Main St. Union City TEL,. 6136 BABY SEATS FOR CARS $1.89 ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY STORE 30 SOUTH MAIN ST. TEL. 6162 Naugatuck, Conn. Tiine in lake another look at-the ever changing economic picture, and the effect on your family budget. Time to consider your Savings Program—does it measure up to current dny needs. Most people need two programs—one for emergencies-—the oilier for the future. You can begin today—and \vith as little as $1.00 —to build an account that will gunrantec comfort and security in later years. NAU6ATUCK VAVINGS BANK 1870 «VtNTY PIFTM ANNIVERSARY 194^ AUOiPOtm FULLY CUARANTEED ; Great Oak Farm OXFOKD ROAD Tel. 5049 PERFECTLY PASTEURIZED MILK and CREAM Dfllvrrr Tn Al! I'»rm nf Nmirotuek Our .Tumho Banana Splits and Fresh Fruit Sundncs Are The Talk of the Town! ! CORNER CANTEEN 592 No- Alnlii Strw.t "Dom" Trllprlrai. I'rop. For Sale FOP Sale FOR SALE—T\\M b\iildinfif lots on Sleinmnn Avc., MiddlRbury. Both for 51,000. TONY FERRANTE, Wtby. 4-3753. EDDIE'S Corner Spring & Diamond Sts. GROCERIES - VEGETABLES FRUITS - ICE CREAM SODA FOUNTAIN SERVICE Free Delivery Tel. 4919 Edwnrd Vlnnkauckos, Prop. UL'ir.DING SITE—On Now Ha van Ril. Lai'Rp pond. S'litahlc forbusi- • ness enterprise. Frontage approximately 440x000 ft. Also choice lots. Naug. -1602. OVIDE V. I'HILIBERT Krai FJstn.to—General Insurance 5% So. Main St.., Waterbury Cnll 4-8034 or 5-3148 iiildlnR- Lot—130x35. Desirable loca.- tion. Suitable for a 5 room cot- tape. Write Box Z, care Naugatuck News. a Ijike Property For Sale NICE — All-yog.! 1 -round m Oder 11 house: 5 rooms, den, prewar-built on.I< floors, H. W. heat, spacious living room with cheery llrcplane, S'ood elevation, affording Rorpo- ous view, on bus line. Price $11.- 000;.'tovms .irranjfed. WASHBURNE & WASHCl'RN'E REALTORS — INSURANCE 57 North Main Dial 3-0769—3,23813— 4-lfilS. Real Estate FOR S.4LE—12 room, duplex house., good condition, H. W. H. on both, large lot, southwest of town. 9 room, 1 family house, all improvements, hardwood finish, H. W.' H. oil, centrally located, $12,000. P. Labriola & Son., 172 High St. Dial 3458. ****r^+*+*++**r**+^++^**++*^*^ \ Highland Package Store 03 Highland Avc. — Tel. 3083 Anthony Farr.'ir, Prop. FREE DELIVERY All Parts of NaiiRatuck NflUGflTUCK fNSURflNCe flCeNCY/c N€flRY8Lp6 -TCL.2080 Try NEWS Want Ad».— They Brine RcnuIM. COAl Cbsfs! WITH THE HONEYWELL DAMPER ^ CONTROl By initolllno. Iho Honnywoll Eloelriu Jnnilor dompor control you con »ov» up 1o 30% on your cool bill. Think who! thin navino moon* durinfl ]«•( ono heating season. Wo hove Elcclric Jonitoni in itock now. Call u« loday, boforo ,lh» supply IB oon«, ior iull infonnahon.

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