The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on May 27, 1977 · Page 5
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 5

Atchison, Kansas
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Friday, May 27, 1977
Page 5
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Gormley May Be Candidate For Attorney General Named Kingpins Of Global 'Black Market Reports From Norwalk! Show Now Support Given P, H. Kelley Kr.porU thut Attorney Martin "Mul" Gormloy of*NowHuv«n may nook lli» Dnmocnillc nomination /or nttornny gimoral, and that Patrick If. Kulliiy Is gaining utrong mipport In |I!M Campaign for' tho nomination for Fifth Dlntrict Con- gttiaamtun cum*, yn.'itorday from a |i»'o{icratle plonlc Sunday In Nor. walk, Most of thu party Irmdurs, and the contomlwrs for ofllco v/urn In hlti'ndanftr, Including Senator l'',rliin I McMahon, Stain Chairman John ' McOi'lrc, Ch>"»'i>r RnwIpH and WIN ' borl Snow. Mr. Kolley and Mtor- ncy Oonnlny alao attundutl. Knportn also wuru .itronf; tlial Muyor John Monagan at Watnr- bury might h« a candldato for dlthor attornny gunoral or Iliultim- unt govwrrior, Attornuy Oovmlny IH w»|| 'Known Extended Weather ! Boston, Aug. 13—(UPi—Tlic ti?m- poruturc during the next four days, Wednesday throug'h Saturday will fivortige 2 to •( clogreos • below normiil. Cool Wednesday and slight- 'ly wnrmor Thursday. Cool ajr:i Kriday arnl Saturday. Seme .nor- mals for tho period a>f; Eoctoh 70, Now Haven and ' Providence 71, Nuntuckol and Burlington, ' Vcr niont, 08, Concord and Portland 07, ICiiKtport 01, GrcnnvllU!, Malrm 63, I J n'Hr[Ur Tslc ti'l degree^. Rainfall will total more than Knvim tonth.s of :in inch. Showerj' wtiuthni 1 will occur quite generally during thr latter half of the weelc. MuGulre-Kelley Dt'ilnltu lndlcatton.s hnvn arlHon that Chnli'imm McGulru Is Inter- In NiiUKUtuek. hiivlntf lived hum ; o«t«d In tho candidacy of Mr. Kdl- (lurlni: his uarlloi 1 yearn, IUK| onco b«lng cundUlutu unmmcii.qni'ull.V for ftlvctlori :o Conifruti.t from tho Klfth illKtrlCt. It was Indicated that ho would Hunk tho nteornuy ffcnerultthlp, provided the top of thn tlckot Moloct- cil lit th" crinvontlon met with hi* approval- ey for Congress. Persons who ulioukl know report Mr. McCulri! has Indicated ho favors aomoone from Waterbtiry. Thu/i far Mr. Kollcy has roceivnd no official commitment from Wa- turbiii'V, but tho 1'uct thut no oth«r WutnrburUm is In thu i'luld la dofi- nltt;)v in hln favor. FLINT KOTE ROOFING We are holding our price line— So if your roof needs repairing have it done now before winter 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 Middiebiiry Lumber Co. Starlet Behind Bars NAUGATUCK NEWS (CON%V.), TUJ.WDAV, A.VG. 13, WtO —PACE. 5 Played Big: Role In Jap Defeat The four Wurncr Brothers iind their fnthor, mimed by th<; Criminal Investigation Division of the U. S. Army us tho kingpins of u global liliick market are shown in tills recent exclusive photo. C. I. D. men mild thut two of tluini were arrested a few duys ago In Berlin and one In Paris, The New York and' .Shanghai (China) termlnuls of tile network lire still at lar^e "but are beliiR taken, care of" the C1D '• said. Standing (loft to right) are Itobert, former Navy lieutenant and now DNRRA traffic manager In Shanghai; Lewis Warner, former air force lieutenant und now airline meterorolojfist j n Berlin who was under arrest; Oxcar Warner, 20, former Navy Iieut«n:int now operating an Import-export business In TParis, where lie was arrested. Standing are Alfred, 27, New York exporter, and David Warner, father of the quartet, Fhoto copyrighted by New York Dally Mirror. (International Soundphoto) Library Offers New Books Of Interest To Vets Eook;i of current Interest to veterans In the borough concerning iHlucution, vonritionul (mining for post war jobs house ylitn:! und other matters are now available nt the HowurrI WhiHcmorfl Mumorlal library, In addition to a Im'gfi number of munphbts on specific vocations, tho leges, Universities and Prufesslona Schools In the United States, Good; and Directory of Colleges, Unlversi ties ar.d Professional Schools Offering Training In Pi;ofesslons othel Than Those Concerned With Health and the Arts, Reneson. A variety cf house plans may be found 1 In thn following titles: Small Homes Gunde; Book of H6uses, Dean; Planning your Home for Better Living, Dunham; House-of-The- Month Book of Small Houses, Group Your Cabin In the Woods, Meinclcc; Better Houses for Budgeters, Wells: Houses for Homemakcrs: Wells; and' Ho\ir to Plan a, Townscnd. library hus the following recent ] This last group of books deal books.- A Small Store arid Inclepnn- i wilh problems faced by the veteran dunce, Creunbcrtf; How To Start unc! the community. Their aim Is to Your Own Business, Kay; Twenty ukl in u. better mutual undcrstand- Pnrecrs of Tomorrow, Huff; Jobs | Inf; 1 - The New Veteran, Eolte; Sol- for, trie. Physically . Handlnupped ; fli"V to Civilian; Pr»tt; Vc'teran .: Successful Soiling for j Comes Back, Waller; and formal tlin No\v Day, Simmons: Careers In .sliiftss for Women, Smcclley; Gov- I'rnmunt Jobs and How to Get Them, SPCTO; ;"00 PD!-! 'VVur Jobs for Men, VouitUonril (lUidnno.e Re- tniircli For those Interested in college t:oursna there are suvnral catalogues of individual sehoola. These are suppluir.i'nted by A Guide !.o Col- Lives for the Dlsablr.-d.' Yost Soldiers and sailors are not count nd in South Dakota, Washington and Wisconsin In determining the distribution of scats in the -state legislature. HEALTH ALL FOR Grand Coulee dam in Washing •'in in-|prati.'K 1,200,WO acres. Rabies . Since dogs run about in the open more in the summer than In the winter and, consequently, -there are apt to be more dog bites in the warm months, people generally suppose that rabies is most common In summer. Actually, the disease is more prevalent in cold weather. However, rabies may-occur at any time of year and -a word about -the disease now may be helpful, particu- arly since dog bites-are more common in the summer and dog bites :ause people to think of rabies. Rabies, or hydrophobia,-i« ur. in-, 'ectious disease communicated to ; man by the bite of. certain ani- ' nals, most frequently the ' dog, .vhich -have been infected with -the virus causing the. disease. It develops when the virus, . traveling along- man's nervous system, reaches-the brain. Every human being- who is bitten by a dog does not, of course, tjet rabies. There is danger only If the dopr is "mad" and even thun Lhe disease will not devcdop if the proper preventive measures arc (aken. Since no method has been round to cure rabies it is of the utmost importance to prevent it— ••:.nd to re member that it can be prevented even after n' bite by a "mad" dog. Inoculation with a scrum first used by Louis Pasteur, or a mod- •1'ioution of this serum, creates immunity to the disease and is recommended if there is any doubt us to whether tho dog which in- 'licccd the bite- was rabid. If there is -the slightest queo- Lion about the condition of a doe ivhich bites a human being, call .1 Joctor or the health department immediately. Meanwhile, wash hhe .v'ound thoroughly with soap and rater. Evi-.ry effort should be made to catch -the dog, which KhouM then- ic turned over to the health of- Icer. Do not kl'.i the dog. The "ipulth o.'llccr wiil ifcop the animal jni'ler observation until it can be ctcrmii-.Gd whether or not the dog DRESSED IN loose fitting prison garb, movie starlet Linda Christian is shown in Los An- ffek's jail after Klift hud bean given five days behind the bars for speeding. The sentence was Imposed Jifter she had been clocked ati 58 in. p. h. in ti 25 in. p. h. zone. (International Soundphoto) Fund For Survey Of Conn. Coastline Is Being Sought Clinton, Conn., Aug. 33— (UP)— Twenty-five thousand dollars for a survey of Connecticut coastline is being sought. The newly formed Connecticut Beach Erosion Committee has vot- nd to request the funds in equal shares from the state and federal government. The committee recommendations \vill be presented to Gov. Baldwin Thursday. The group estimates that of the 125 miles considered)! ecessary for survey, 80 are critical. The exports sny that first attention should be paid to the 32 miles in Foil-field Milfopd. Clinton', Madison and Westbrook. A Navy camp.nmmn caught, this pxtVllenl' action shot of a figititcr f aboard the. Lexington as it roared from the deck of the carrier at; sea. A vital rolo \v:us played by our curriers and their aircraft in brlnglnc the Jap war machine to the defiwit wliicli will l>e observed on the, first anniversary of Victory Day—August 14, I'J-lfi. (International) Bares Profits In War Surplus "The Curtain Rises" Tonight At iitchfield The Curtain Rises, the play that made Jean Arthur a star, coos on the boards at the LitchfMd Summer Theater 'tonight as the tenth nfferins. of the - Leonard AHoboll- Liiwrence Sladrf .management. Scheduled for a five-day run, through Saturday, the Curtain First Witness in tho House investigation Into dispos;»l of bUJiotax oft dollars worth of surplus properly is Benjamin Fields, a. promote^-,; prominently nisntioncd in the investigation of the, Gursson combine Fields is shown as he revealed to the invcNtiRators in WaMhlngton that the War Assets Administration sold him 181 refrigeration unite for S53..S!IS while a client, was ready to pay him S1-M.80(» fur the hm-d-to- get items. (International Soundphoto) Heirens At Degnan Case Inquest SARAUK BODGE P.iseg is a charming comedy dealing with a Viennese girl, unloved and unwanted v>'ho decides to become vas mad. Rabies develops within , un actress with the Idea of nnding ' „ the Parking "Merry-Go-Round" i ROUND AND AROUND and around you go and where you park, you JL\. never know. There's a lot of rhyme but little reason in this state- mtnt. How often have you lost your time and temper feverishly hunting for parking space. But there is a satisfactory solution to this problem. Simply skip the fuss and go by bus. More riding by bus, particularly in midtown areas, means less traffic congestion and that means safer and more efficient transit for all. \ short -Lime in dogs. If i.he dog as not mad, there is no danger hat rubies will develop in the human being. The doctor may advise inocula- lon regardless. By all means fol- o-.v hia advice. It takes six weeks r so for the disease to develop in jan. If treatment la begun at once, t ciin be The bi-te 6'f n mad doff is particularly dangerous if it is on the face or neck, the hands and other exposed part of the body. vicarious romance on the stago. She goes to matinee-idol wilholm Meisslnger for lessons,' and he turns the ugly duckling over to hie understudy, Franz Germnnn. In. the end, Elso Karling finds real 1 love. j Siiralie Bodge plays the leading role, with Gene Lyons opposite and Lawrence S'ladp, Vern Armstrong, Slyvin. Slonn, John Martin, L. LUES and Mimi Palmer in the supporting William Heirens (left), IT, confessed killer of Suzanne Dcenan, 6, ; closes his eyes a.s Coroner Urodle listens to the Dejfnan Cane (evidence as pif.'NCntcd h.v an assistant State's Attorney in Chicago. Coroner ', Brodie reopened his inquest into the Dcgnan case so that hl» record*. might Ijc completed. (International Soundphoto) They Hear Story Of A Surplus Bargain Representative Clifford Davi» (left) of Tennessee, and Rep. Roger C. Slaughter, of Missouri, chairnnin of the special HOUHC committee probing sales of surplus property by the War Assets Administration,, put their heads together as they lister* to testimony by Benjamin Field*, Washington promoter. (International Soundphoto)

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