The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on May 16, 1977 · Page 5
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 5

Atchison, Kansas
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Monday, May 16, 1977
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( Extended Weather j *Ejrf r^-*-*i"* ••-••» *^. 1 « 1 «..»-. r - < . f f. f fff I Koiitoii. Aiip. C (t/'I'i- -Tho ux- ttnidi'd t'ot'fft-'a.Mt for Now fCn^litml. 1 Th" tiinipiii'utui-o iliiflntf tho tuixt four iliiya will uvcruirn nonr Iho rtwi.-v'Oniil normal, Wiinn wt'iithi't 1 Wi'dmifduy and Thursday will bti followed hy ooolor wonthor on Friday and SiiUn-diiy. Some riormitlx for tlui poi'lotl 1 lioslon 71; New Huvon, Conn. 72; n'ovldonco, R. I., 78; Nnntuokct uml BuclUiK'on, Vt., Of); Concord, N, H., Hllil Poi-tluncl Mlil/ici, MS; KiiHt- poi t, MJilnw, (1I-, Onuinvlllo, .Malno, li-l; find I'rtixctiin [H!U, Mulnr, I'M. Uulnfiill amounts will tcitiil nbont ihr^'.'-iluai'tt'rM of an inch <tr<;i:i'rlnn tut KliowurM on WuilniiKduy ami ! uKiili' "I""!' ttdtludny. ;<!lll( botllci wni'fi Invr'it'-'i liv J5e. Hrrvtiy D. Thiilnliiir of i-'olii- ilurn, New York. In l«Kl. Dramatic Serum Transfer Off Newfoundland NOW! You Can Get An EMERSON f I^M^^^"^\ 3 Way Portable ; riuy (111 AC-DC or Iluttcry. ; J'liiy'i Anywhere - No Ont.slilc ; (,'i>nii(!('Hiini. 7 Tubi'M. ' TIIIO TUOOI'SHIr COI.BY VICTORY, OVV NEWFOUNDLAND, faced with the possibility of dreaded dlphther'u ii|>l(li>nilc, rutllnml uii upjii'ul for sunim. Quitting; its courm>, tlie S. S r:iced ; to the soone with tlin nci.iilfil mmllcliif. A. Inline)) from the; Victory Colby (above) liemls hack to the transport uftor picking up Hnruni, Indlcutnd by urruw In closcii|) lit left. Tlic on vnssol was diugnosud as pneumonia. (Ill tcriiiitluinil, Crash Victim Reported Good .111! Nn. Miild St, Tel. W01 tnldii City ? 's*^ Mercer tin Kllva Cac-nilo, 25, of 20 South M:iln Htrni't, who wn.i In- juri'd early yeutirrtkiy rnornlnK wh«n tin, 1 uutomoolli.' In which h(^ iii u piuiHirntfei 1 ci'tLshtHl Into :i polo on North Main xtritet, l.s rupurtocl I In .'i jk'ood tiondltlon tod.'iy by nu- IhorltliiM tit St. Mary's ho^jjitul, Wn- HTliury. whi.'i-M he In buluK trontet for liicenalons of the heud nnc ,'ncc. McLellans Move To Naugatuck; Gleaners Plan Meeting Tomorrow Cotton Hollow Mor" Uuin 1)0 per cent of Wl.i- land area Is In farms. FLINT-KOTE ROOFING are We price line holding our So if your roof needs repairing have it done now before winder comes. BE SURE TO CHECK YOUR LEADERS and GUTTERS WE WILL ESTIMATE YOUR NEEDS And Do A Complete Job Or Supply Materials Needed For a Complete One-Stop Service PHONE 3-5991 Middlebury Lumber Go. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse McLcllan, well - known residents of Cotton Hollow, have nvived their residence to North Main street, Nau- gatuclt. The couple lived In the Cotton Hollow section for more than nine years and took an active part in •ill fivnn-ts of the area. Residents of the community have expressed their regrets at the family's leaving. KrturiH.'d Homo Mrs. Emmn M-jeckcl of New Havi:n road has returned to her homo lifter a week's visit In Mlddlctown. . In Noi-wulk Mrs. William Brush and three '.•hlldren of New Havn road are vac.itlorilns,' In Norwnlk. Gnin^t- Kvrnts The Cleaners will meet for an Til clay nosKion tomorrow at the home of Mrs. Emma Moockel on New Haven road. Luncheon will ii.' anrvud at noon. At the regular Tiet-tlnK "f the "Beacon Valley Urnnffe Friday niRht, t!ie sports •ommlttce will bi: In charge of Socliti Club Mr'i, John Smith will be lios-LmiK tin- Oitton Hollow Social club Thui'.Hduy cvunliH; at hor homo. VIsitliiL' FrliMid Piif'lcia Wnsdo, dauirhtcr of Mr. und Mrs. Andrew Wa.sdo, iu ;;pi!iid- n^' n week':: visit with P.arhiu'u '. i.u Futek, daiih'h-icr of Mr. and Mr:i. Henry Futek of Carroll ulrcut, N';ill(,'atuck. j'-svif/.nrland'K mated nt about population I million, IK ostl- YOUXL THINK OL' "SAINT NICK" HAS VISITED EARLY When you get the Cash from selling those "Spac6- Takers" in attic, cellar and garage thru NEWS WANT ADS To Study In Europe Observers Say Britain May Drop Palestine Plan (By United Press) The British cabinet in London IB studying another problem of World-wide interest. Observers say tho government probably is preparing' to abandon che plan .for transfer o^. 100.000 Jews to Palestine in the face of mounting evidence that tho United States will reject the latest British proposal, Britain last week supr;.;osted a federation plan for tho Holy Land, under which separate states would lie set up for Arabs and Jews. The federation plan has been rejected—olHnially or unofficially— by evu;;'ono concerned. Arabs, Jews and tho United States seem unwilling to ipprove it. Observers in London say the cabinet may consider a suy^'estion tomorrow that Britain drop her man- dale In thi: Holy Land altogether because of the aj^jarenl deadlock In I hi: ::KJ:.-.tion. Primary Is Being Held In New Hampshire ^•""".irtl, X. H.. Aiitf. G—fUP) — A !ij;ht vote of about 75,000 is ex- -u-cied as New Hampshire marks its Iviunnial primary today. Main figure in 'Jic primary is tho war itrcnyth of some 'tS.OCO votes. A throfj-mun i-acn for the Repub- ilnaii nomina-tior. for governor tops the contests. Governor Charles M. Dale is opposed by Representative Sherman Adams arid Elmer E. niiMsey. A two-way I'itfht is scheduled in the Democratic nomlna- I'ACHING her cliilhlnjr TTi ii tlon for lu-r trip to SwIUcrlund Is Miirjiirlij S. WIIIIiuiis, HI, of Mt. I.t<li!inon, l'». Mnrjorli' who bus just HnlHliud ht'r Hophnmoro yi-iir nt iVoi'thwi'Stcni University will at- t«nd tin? Unlvrrslty cif Gi>iii'vu t Swlt/nrliitid. (Inlcrnatlonul) West Hartford Strikers Will Vote Wednesday Wnst Hartford, Aus. G—(U P)~ Niles-Bcmont- Pond strikers will take a vote Wednesday morning to decide whether to ratify a union committee's agreement to end the 2J-weeks-old walkout. The membership poll is all that remains to settle- one of -the longest labor disputes in Connecticut hisl'iry. Labor leaders have agreed '.o accept a company offer of a sliding pay boost — from 12 to IS cents. The original Demand was for 18 1-2 cents. MAN DROWNED , Madison, Conn,. AUR-. 0—-(U P) —Drowning has taken the life of GO-vear-old Gustuv Tresscult. State police report that Tresseult, a retired store clerk, fell put of a boat in tho Hammonassot river. An unidentified person crossing a nearby bridge at lhe time summoned help but his would-be rescuers were unable to reach tho man in time, Pepsi-Cola Company, Long Island Ci'lj/, N. 7, Franchisee! Bottler; Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Briutol. Conn. City's Employes Ordered To Sign "No Strike" Pledge Portland, Me., Aup. G—(UP) — Portland's city council has ordered all municipal employes to sipn "no strike" pledges and to renounce *:hp ri^ht to momberr,hip in any org-o^imtion that aflirrr.s the riirhl to strike. The order, adopted 3.S a city ordinance, comes as an aftennath of t-he 18-dav strik" of public works department employes that ended. last Thursday. Renunciation of the right to strike was accepted bv ,':he Public Works union last week as one of tha terms In the strike settlement. NEW CITi Portland, Me., Au^-. G—(UP)—The :i former assistant administrator of tho National Housing afroncy in thp new city manager. i.yman.S. Moore'n informal appointment to the city's chief administrative office was announced more than a week ago. Two councillors turned in blank ballots' co indicate their disagreement with the six council members who voted for Moore. Mass. Governor's Decision In Noxon Case Is Awaiied Boston, Aug. C —(UP)—Governor ' Tobin has reserved comment on a j published report that John F. No.t- , 0:1 Jr. may win a full pardon. The newspaper report any a that the wave of sentiment In f:,tvor of Noxor.'s death sentence being commuted to life Imprisonment has raised the condemned man's hopes i'oi 1 pardon. Noxon, a former PHtKfield lawyer, is sentenced to die this mo' for th electrocution slaying of his ; C-months old imbecile son. I Tomorrow Governor Tobln is cx- poct'id to seek executive council up- proval of commuting the senti.'MO" to life imprisonment. All state of- i fio'-.' dirctly connected with the I case have recommended mercy I They include the Massachusetts ' Advisory Eo.'ird of Pardons—Attorney General Cln.roncc Barnes— Correction Commissioner ,7. Paul Doyle—-and Stall? Prison Wai-dun l r raneis J^annjjan. Berkshire County District Attorney Charles Alberti— who nrosecutiid tile cnse— has declined to recommend clomcncy bu! ! urged the 'governor to do as his I conscience dictates. PACK 5—NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONX.), TDBSDAT, AUG. «,*1M« Ballot Boxes After Fight .Scat(x?r»?d nbout tli<f floor of the washroom of'thi 1 McMinn County Jail, Athens, Tenn., :ir« som« of th^ ballot boxrs which voUrans claim were "stuff«d" during: the primary «'lpcllon. The jail in which deputies were barricaded during the battle with th<; vets was rocked by i four explosions. (International Soumljiliuto) W __ ; 2®aS^^ ;^«**^: ; ';-:'v : * ; '. x!?V > l*j|"' : -'.-'•.'•' JLincoln •©,; Jf or e 1 i W.MAST Phones JUST ARRIVED LARGE STOCK NEW 1946 Select Yours NOW I Philco Zenith Emerson Sonoro Fodo * RCA Victor ^ Motorola * Admiral * Pilot * Other Makes Latest RECORDS Easy Payment Terms A S LOW AS $ i .25 Weekly New 1946 TABLE MODELS 23 50 $1 to I CONSOLE And COMBINATION 33^205. Avoid tiresome shopping-around. Come to the Lincoln Store, Waterbury's Radio Headquarters. See our big and new display of 1946 model Radios, , . . Choose your favorite radio NOW, at Lincoln Store attractive officially 0. P. A. approved prices. \ YOUR CHOICE 6 Popular 10" Records From Our Large Stock of Latest Hits WITH EVERY NEW 1946 MODEL Portable Record Player $ M m 144 T~ $ ,* X 04 PAY AS LITTLE AS $1.25 A WEEK «^<>*«*»*vv^^ S i a m m S S I Lincoln Store Closed Mondays During August

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