The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on June 2, 1977 · Page 8
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ENOELMAN'S Get the jump on old man Winter . . . now! Be prepared for thoie chilly Autumn Days. These advance model, sketched from stock . . . designed by the nation's fading cM- dren's designers. l. »»mbwy Cent s«t. i»<>% Ml wool, imnd> cloth, soul iriiniHoil t)«pfllflt« uml .io«l lnitton.t. Won! lined ... -In fuchsln nncl l)lnn. 3 lo Ox . , . C'orxt (ind loK«l»«" Sfl,B6 Hut 8.00 9. Oontcrfttt — OlivMic Ooat ftnd L*df1nK wt of .100% wool nhot- Und. United htick, Tntnrlliiml with nil wool, Mntrlilng ln((nliiH». flUdd 7.10 .ift 20,08 9. KJtt«n'» Bur Toon Shoi'tlo . , , hiutonn up nmifj , , . with lii'lt.,, French (Up pockot.x, Clulfl, lirnwii iinrt cornl. ft In fit IMS 24. 4, Klttsn'n Bivr YounK Toonn— rlniihls br*n.ih»l oont with (in holt, Kxlrn kntttiid lmcl<. In brown, oornl, Kold, Krpini. SUus 10-14 20.0B 5. ApoUU Snow Suit, 100% till wool, Brown and nqiin, roynl und nnvy with novoltr ombroidored trim nnd rrmtching hoodn. ..,3.6% .................. 18.98 Mutchlnfc Hoods 1.00 0, Junior Ootit and Legging Bet. Wnrmty linod flooco oont, fly front moilol. Matching nipper left- wltli /.Ipper fly 24,08 7. rilo Lined 2-Pc. Snow Suit. Hippor front. Pnrlttinnw hood at- tnrhml. Snow Pnnts with high Jitrkot of wnter ropollont poplin, lilli » ml pntontod /.ippor nnklots. 3 to 12 18.98 A smull deposit will put your no loctlon in our will-call dopnrt' mont. Spray Town To Cirrb Polio V mcnt to determine whether the Infantile paralysis virus Is carried by files and mosquitoes. The entire town wan disinfected, (International) ~May NeveTWalk—But He's Game Nathan (right). Hale, 10. " it " ' £J, Wy J, u Udou Additional Sports Helicopter Test Rock Today Salem, N, H., Aug. Ifi—The long- awaited test of the helicopter as a nald. to racing will be made today at Rof.kingh.am Park, accord- In gto definite announcement made here yostefday. Word was received hero from officials of the Sikors-r.y plant in Bridgeport that tho S-51 helicopter will arrive here carlv this morning, tl will be usnd for the eight- race .programs both on Friday and' on Saturday, and interest in the novel experiment Issu great that every major news-reel company in the .country is sending crews of •men to cover t'.'ic history-making event. New Methods For Setting Pins Cambridge, Mass., Aug. 16—(UP) —Here's a faster and cheaper way for you howlers to pet those pins act up. A bowling alley operator has found a new automatic pin-setter, it wll Icliminate pinboys and may even do away with proprietors. Henry Sacco, who Is the talking half of the Sacco-Rnbbicco Bowling Alley Company Incorporated, is the man incharge of the distribution. The gadget's a brain child of John A. Murphy. He's a retired Middlc- boro bowling alley operator and amateur inventor. As the Invention won't be distributed until next spring our information as to how it works comes from Mr. Sacco himself. He exlains it something like this. When the bowler finishes a bo?: he presses a button. All the remaining pins on the alley are dumped into the rear pit and carried by a conveyor belt to a sTjiall elevator. That eevator lifts them Into 3 triangular frame and the'frame lowers and sots, up the pins. And for the impatient howler tho best thing Is that the whole process takes only 10 seconds. Eacco figures that the thing may be put in a coin-deposit basis. All the bowler would have tp do is drop a coin In the slot and bowl out the string. There's some real advanlagoa to your bowlers. The machine is faster and cheaper than pinboys. It'll spcedu p your game. It's absolutely i acurcate in spotting pins, but that 1 may toss out a few alibis. It'll afford better illumination. And best of all, the machine can't talk back. Extended Weather Boston, Aug. lG-(UP)-E K tcnd forecast for New Eng- te mTe ra ._ ure duriBB thc fivc days will average from two Collects $55 For , Orphans In Europe Contributions totaling $55 were collected by Mrs. Harry Sokolov of Naugatuck at a weekend gathering held at the Mayak hotel, Seymour. The money will be used for qrphan children in Europe. Humane Society Operating Here The': Waterbury branch of the Connecticut Humane society has extended its service to coyer Naugatuck. Residents in the borough having ,sick, Injured or unwanted animals may contact the office by telephoning Waterbury 3-3576. LlliUUtl wo,i iii *_it*. ».«• w,,»j followed by slightly cooler Monday. Warm again Tuesday and Wednesday, Somn normals are: Bosion and New Haven, Conn., 70; Providence, HI 71; N'ant-ucket and Burlington, Vt., 68; Concord. N- H., and Portland, Me., 66; Eastporl, Me.. 63; Greenville, Me., 62; Prcsquc Isle, Me., 63 degrecK. Rainfall will total between 1-2 and 3-4 inches as occasional showers and thunder showers Saturday and again Monday. Man's Execution Was Delayed By Long Prayer Boston. Aug. 16— •'UP)— A misunderstanding between the prison warden and a rabbi hasRivon Mass- acusctts its longest execution in history. It started when 30-year-old Raphael Skopp of Brooklyn. N- Y.. was strapped In the cleclric chair at ]2:02 n, m. Under ordinary circumstances, he would have djcd le^s than five minutes Inter. But Rabbi Benjamin Grossman kept chanting the Jewish confessional prayer in Hebrew, with occasional responses from -the doomed man, for 29 minutes. He was under the impcesslon tl'.w.t Warder, Frnncis J. W. Lar.n.Ran 'would signal him when to stop. And tho warden, on the other hand, thought the rabbi bad planned the !onpt prayer and did not want to in-icr vcne. Skopp was pronounced dead 35 minutes after he sat in the chair- Six shocks were required. He was condemned 1 for the hold-up slay- infi- of Bronlslnus Petruswicz, a Bostun liquor^Ktorc operator who was shot December 30th, 1944. Too Late To Classify ATTENTION SCHOOL GIRLS To work now, and a.ftcr school during fall term. Apply to K. W. Smith G. C. Murphy Co. DUPONT SPONGES ALL Sizes NAUGATUCK SPORT & AUTO SUPPLY "BUSS" WEAVING, Prop. Wlnnlow Court' Tel. 3314 BOUGHT SOLD Bent n Trailer -and Do That Job Yourself! ORANGE TRAILER RENTAL^ SERVICE TKLKPHONK NaiiKiituck S06» Offlri. In Union flltr Hnrrtw-B" Bid*. IITAILIIHID1HI A SMART FEATHERWEIGHT ROBE OF NYLON AND RAYON AT $20 THAT'S A ROBE TO BE SEEN IN. It's a fusion of two great fabrics with a minimum of weight which makes it equally as popular with women as well men. The colors are beautiful, the model is attractive and ideal for that vacation trip or for your regulation at home lounge robe as an aid to gracious living. Complete * line of Work Clothes NAT'S 410 North Main St. Union City TEL. 8130 LAWNMOWEBS GBASS CATCHER, WALL PAPEK IN STOCK PITTSBUBGH PAINTS GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE 178 MAPLE STREET (Aero** from City Bakery) Free Delivery Telephond MM TIME Time to take 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 day needs. Most people need two programs—one for emergencies—the other for the future. You can begin today—and with as little as $1.00 —to build an account that will guarantee comfort and sccuritv in later years. NAUGATUCK SAVINGS BANK l870 SEVENTY FIFTH ANNIVERSARY 194^ ALl<5tPO<m FOLLY GUARANTEED !GUS SMOKE SHOP | { i02 North Main St Union City * Gu» Kllmaszexvskl, Prop. <, Magazine;) - Periodicals j All Newspapers - Candy » Smokers' Supplies, Novetics, etc. | Our Jumbo Banana Splits and Fresh Fruit Sundaes Are The Talk of the Town! ! CORNER CANTEEN S92 No- -Main Street "Dnm" THlrrlro. Prop. EDDIE'S Corner Spring & Diamond St». GKOCEBIES -"VEGETABLES FBUITS - ICE CBEAM SODA FOUNTAIN SEBVICE Free Delivery Te!. 4919 Edward Vlnskauckas, Prop. Highland Package Store 5 93 Highland Avc, — Tel. SD83 ' Anthony Farrar, Prop. FBEE DELIVEBY AH Parts of Naugiituck Try NEWS W*nt Ad».— They Brlnf Be«ult». COAL COSTS! WITH THE HONEYWELL CONTKOl B T jBilolllno )h. Hon.yw.ll n.clrio janitor rta<=p«r control r 0 ",™ n "JJ up to 30% on your coal bill; Ihu* wW ifa» .-"ino m«an« duruig iu»t on* heouno; »oa«on. We hn». Eloctnc lanitor* in «loi* Call u« today, bolor. th» «<>•»• ior iul1 'nl« tBla "° 0 ' The Naugatuck Fuel Co 87 CHURCH ST. PH °"

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