The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on May 20, 1977 · Page 8
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 8

Atchison, Kansas
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Friday, May 20, 1977
Page 8
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WOMAN FOII-S BANDIT Manohcntor, Conn.. Aug. 0— ( —John Unllo* still has hl» JtJOO- thanks to tho strong pitching nrm of hlB wlfn. Unites won held up Compare Them All Side By Side At Anrtrophy'n ynn rim »rc, himr ]; nml (frt «n Impnrtlnl comparison ; of nil th« Irmllnjf mitlsru. All till' ; fHmon* mill"* nn<\ urn In our »tim>. now! M»l(« your ;, Union City hy u nmn polloo Identified on [IiiyoM of Chlcngo, Junt ft.M .ho was iiboul <o hiind ovor tho money, Mrs. UnilcH grabbed n. wparo hub onp from ft cur and conkod tho would-be thlof on the bond. Connecticut Will Reimburse 127 Cities, Towns Hartford, AUK. n~'UP)-Tho iitftto will soon dlHtrlbuto more hun $70 COO to 127 oltleo and towns to I rolmhumo thorn for taxes lost nn Millie-owned proporty. Tho iHrgoHt single amount, M.- r>00, will bo paid to tho town of MfttllHon. Tho flmnllost amount, 18 rents, will ho turned over to the town of fiswox. __ WH.f, HOLD INQUEST Stratford. Ailg.O-(UP>-Tho coroner will opon nn Inquest next Thomas Curtin Struck By Car p\ Schi-olbor. Throe AnHonla men uro being hold In connection with ihn shootlnK which occurred July IKlh during a reported I attorn pt to burglarize " K'' m - Schrelbor died week. Tho condition of Thomafl Curtin, about 60, of 124 Cherry street, who wan Injured last night when he was struck by an automobile at Mnnln and Church streets, was reported aa "not ao good" today hy members of his family who are caring for him at hia home. Mr Curtin sustained lacerations to .the right lop, and . lacerations over the left eye requiring two atltchcs and to tho forehead requiring three stitches, as tho rfi- .sult of being struck by .a vehicle operated by Third Ward Democratic Burgoss Croslo Kllmaazow- skl of prospect street, the police department reported. . According to the police, file, the accident occurred at 10:35 o'clock ns Mr. Curtin wan crossing Church street from Mftplc atr.oct to tho Green. The Injured man waa tak- nn .to the office of Dr. Edwin R. Curran for treatment and removed to St. Mary's hospital In the community ambulance by Patrolman Goorgc Smith for further treatment He wan dlsmlHsed from that Institution • and returned to his home last night. The caso la still under investigation by Patrolman-Joseph Kcnney. to British RVindup In Tel Aviv After Blast FOLLOWING^ EXPLOSION OF A ; BOg. •• *^^^ini take inhabitants of the all-Jowls!,city ofJU A oscort» u mother and her baby for further Interrogation Jerusalem. British military ail- custody for questioning. At left, a Jewish woman it* taken to a u close guard In Uic urea. AUGUST FEATURES! "MARY LEWIS' PEPPERMINT COOL "PINAFORES KVNKYONK WILL F.r.Y r.ovF'i Turn NIJMUKK, inKAf. KC>R MI CMOUK.S, GAUHIONINO, AND HIJNNINO. r K PHI KM i NT rurMn COTTON (>[QUK, WITH RICKUACK TRIM 0 BROWN • HLtrir, • rirui'.rcN • UKD fuxi'ir-t i'j TO 2n LUXURIA FACE POWDER — smooth, adherent, flattering. In bright, '. radiant shades that lend a flower-like bloom. 1.00 PLUS TAX COSMETIC BAR • STREET FLOOR CLEVER TOUCHES AT THE NECK. . . PETER PAN OR TINY ROLLED COLLARS, JABOT EFFECTS AND MANY OTHERS, white spice for your suit 3.98 A KOI.ID 5,08 VAi.urc SPORTS SHOP • STREET FL001 MEN'S "T" SHIRTS IN SNOW WHITIfl COMniCD COTTON JUST THJC ITEM VOU'VK FUCir.N WAITING FOR, YOU'RE SURE TO FIND JUST THE RIGHT BLOUSE TO DO THE MOST FOR YOUR WARDROBE ' SPORT SHOP • SEE ALL THE NEW ONES ONES. . . STARTING AT 2.70 STREET FLOOR 86c "ARTLOOM WILTON" 9' X 12' 100% ALL WOOL FACE ENHANCIC YOUR ROOM WITH THIS BEAUTIFUL WILTON. DONE IN AN ALL- QVER PATTERN THAT WILL SURELY SOLVE YOUR FLOOR- COVERING PROBLEM, 105. MEN'S SHOP STREET FLOOR FLOOR COVERING SECOND FLOOR BranfordMan Seeks Nomination For Congress New Haven, Aup. 0—fUP)—A iiBW Conprcsisonal candid.itc Is in the field of Connecticut politics. Jud B e Ellsworth B. Footc of North Branford has announced that he will seek the Republican nomination In the Third district Footc, who lias bncn judprc ot probate for North Branford since 1J138. is also the attorney for New Haven county. The Third district is now represented by James ( P. Gcclan, a Democrat. Circular Walks Inside Barns Save Much Time Stnrrs, Conn., Aup. 9—(U PI — Sometimes it- pays to walk around in circles. A University oC Connecticut survey conducted at 25 dairy farms in the state fihows that those havinK circular walks inside the barns operate with the arealcst efficiency. The circular wulk, according to studied results, .saves from 25 to 50 per cent of the time necessary for the dairyman to do his chores. Beacon Falls (Continued from Page T) Room Service Ends Five-Day Run Sat At Litchf ield "Room Service," the lausrh-3-scc- ond comedy now at the Litchfield Summer Theater closes Saturday to conclude a five-clay run to enthusiastic audiences. The play by John Murray and Allen Borct'/. dc.ils with a money- less theatrical troupe tryir.f? to put a s'hcw on Broadway and living- at a white way hotel without pay- intr the rent. Through Uio room of shoc-sti-ins; producer Gordon Miller, the man "who never paid a bill in his life," course a stream of hill collectors, hotel manag-ers, doctors stngro- strucJc waiters and what havr you, to create some ot the most dcvas- !.atlnp;!y hilarious scenes ever put on a stage. Leonard Altobcll and'John Martin head a cast of fourteen, including Vcrn ArmstronfT, Lawrence Sladc. Max Lcavitl., Geno Lyons, Sylvia Stone, Rose Sinclair, Julius G, Guinchl, Gcorgn Beshara, Lou Martin, John Hewitt, Jim Robinson and Saul ZweiR in "Room Service," the funniest play produced by managers Leonard Altobell and Lawrence Sladc at Litchfield this season. against BUI Pctrilla.'-- who hurled for the Grays, the local team found ihemsolves behind 1-0. Coupling several hits Danny Pisani scampered across the plate and brother Mike served to make the .second marker, which in the end, proved the winning one. Ray Wisnicwski relieved Mankowski and pitched thfi last two innings, striking out the six men that faced him. Tom Wisnicwski caught for tho locals while Billy Sullivan was the receiver for the Grays. The Grays arc the first place team in the Pompcraug League. "CENTENNIAL SUMMER" AT LOEW-POLI Now playing at the Locw-Poli (.heater is Jerome Kern's "Centennial Summer" abounding with stars, songs and laughter. Starring •rianne Crain, Cornel Wilde, Linda Darnell. William Eyt.hc, Walter Brcnnan, Con&tancc Bennett and Dorothy Gisli, it is the screen version of Albert E. Iricll's best selling novel of the same name. It boasts eight new songs by Jerome Kern that represent the greatest creative effort of the composer of America's best loved hits. The picture is said to achieve even greater heights of motion picture musical delight than ever before. Joanr.c Grain, heroine of last season's "State Fair" and who recently scored in "Leave Her to Heaven," is seen as the dreamy, romantic and forthright Julia, younger daughter of the Rogers family. Marking his spectacular rise to the top row of Hollywood's ..male romantic leads, Cornel Wilde, who became a star overnight in "A Song to Remember" and was last seen in "Leave Her to Heaven," plays the role of Philippe, tho Parisian who learned about love in Philadelphia. Sultry Linda Darnell currently being acclaimed for her portrayal in "Anna and the King of Sirun," plays Edith, Julia's capricious sister, whose roving eye SC-I.S the fierce romantic competition between the sisters aflame. •William Eythc's legion of fans are hound to find new thrills in his portrayal of Ben Philips, an up- and-coming young doctor who is determined to become Philadelphia's first male specialist in obstetrics. Also on the same program is the suspence laden "Deadline for Murder," starring Paul Kelly, Kent Taylor and Shicla Ryan in a spine- chilling murder mystery that will keep your interest to the very end. Hville Cubs Defeat Yanks By KKNNY CLYMER In a Foley-loop frame, played yesterday at the local Recreation Fleld( the Millville Cubs and the Yanks Indulged in the longest same played in that leaRuc this season, with the Cubs emerging victors after 12 innincs of play. With Spadola and Aquavia play- Inpr 'the roles of heroes • for the Millville nine, their pitchers, Brod- crick and Mariano, were not do- inp as well, for with a four run advantage goinp; into the seventh inning, the Yanks displayed a sensational burst of power, and emerged from that inning with the score tied. «>l'iV!''l In tnc eighth inning, tho rampaging '• Yanks launched another display of power to go ahead, 108. Junior Aquavia promptly came through for his side and blasted a triple to start the last of the eighth. When the smoke cleared the score was once more tied, and then a stalemate developed, with both pitchers hurling heads up ball. An ormr in the 12th inning proved- Carl "The Whiz" Boett-'s downfall, however, and Aquavia scored the final run to win the ball game. Score by innings: Cubs •,, 12021202000 1—11 12 5 Yanks 111010420000—10 6 8 Batteries: (winning team first), Broderick, -Mariano &', and Stinson; Boettger, Rabtoy; COMMENDED BY ADMIRAI, Off Bikini Atoll in the Pacific. Aug. 9—CUP)—Vice Admiral Blandy, on the eve of his departure for the United-States, has sent a message to all members of jnint Task Force One commending t.hcm on 'their job. Blandy says ho'h proud of the porfomance of the personnel who carried out the atom bomb tests. First permanent scheduled ail- mail service in the world was inaugurated by the U. S. government on May 15. 1918, between Washington, D. C.. and New York City. VENETIAN BLINDS n Jtork. Tbrr* i)n,T Orllvrrr. lEBON'S VENETIAN BLIVD CO. -n Nn. Main JM. T»l. 8-TS3I IT.IS HARD TO GET-TRY US . FIRST NAUGATUCK HARDWARE NEABY BUILDIVQ TEL. 5212 IITAILISHEO 111! A POCKET RAINCOAT THAT'S A SMART LITTLE PACKET FOR YOUR POCKET. 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