The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on June 6, 1977 · Page 5
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NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), MONDAY, AUG. 19, 1M«—FAGEj siiur.-..;.;... ... f~ .-. . ~ • •• ' - -— •'• •—-— * ' " -..,............,.., ....•„,. ,•,-,•,••,„.,;. .—j.-,,. . . .-.i.,,, LATEST NEWS PICTURE HIGHLIGHTS Na/i Nemesis Relates Exploits Scene On 'Hell Ship' At Haifa Actor Flees-Contempt Charge Patching Up Beaten Gambler At a New Yurie (loch with hLi family after thoy arrived tram Europe, Jdicph Siirokiiy, 61, holds u picture of himself us u sergeant In World Wiif ' i""' tlescrlljes for reporters '» hair-raising escape hf hud In | World Wur It, After his discharge In till" first big conflict; he returned to Frailer, inurrlcd, and nilscd u family. During Worlil War II hd wnijilrUed tip l>,v thn Nii/lt and pul t;> work In u plane factory. Shortly afler, he blew It up, killing in4 people. Captured hy Hie Nii'/l.s, I,,, wiis sentenced td lie shot. The arrival of American troops saved hl.H life. (International) A section of tho deck of one- of the Illegal refugei: ships, which was used to transport Jowlsli refugees from Italy to 1'alesMne, shows the accommodations conslstug of hlnnkcts and matting. Following their trip on I'Jii! jammed "Hell ship," the refugees were herded by tho British on transports i;nd shipped, to detention camps on Cyprus. ^International) NMU Strike Hits Great Lakes Arabian Knights On Mission While California authorities were seeking; movie and stage star John Carradiiic, he turned up in Now York city following- a cross-country flight from the- West Coast. He Is dining with his second wife, Sonya Soi'el, after his arrival. Hn fled to escape! a t court contempt charge for failure to pay Ills ex-wlfci S8.207 alimony. (International Exclusive) U Hollywood emergency hospital, Dr. S. V. Martchenko and Nurs*; Kattie Amundsen administer medical aid to Jimmy Ctley after he had been slugged by gunmen in a fashionable filmland restaurant while ( they held famed movie stairs at bay. Utley, bingo boss aboard the gambling slity Lux, suffered a severe concussion. (International Sound- photo) Gets His Share Sunny Note Rains Flood St. Louis Homes In the fulled 11,11.1 with thin m-lvi'i after sne lr« ti» i-ltcht): f s • Sheikh tiiTHiniiil mlvUe M in strengthen Smii-.l Ariihlii's cfimmcrcJal ri-Ui- country. lhi> Amhlmi delegation confer among them. lng President 'I'miiiiiii lit the Wlilli- HOHIH. They are Sheikh Amid Al-l''lii|lh, Suiicll Anihla's Minister to tin; AUIiilliih At Sulii,viii:in, Minister of Klnaniie. and his r, Sheikh All Ahilulhili Allre?,a, (IntermiUonal SDiind- A picket line complete with signs and u, walkie-talkie tyre speaker in-c set tip lit a <l«»ck iiv, Cleveland, O.. soon after a strike by members of the CIO National Maritime Union started ul! 1" Great Lakes ports. Union leaders are in corjllmious session with Fedfiral conciliators ;md representatives of fifle-un companies. (International Soundphoto) Greeting New^Argentine Envoy ^ Mother Fights For Son's Return Sitt'ng atop an overstuffed chair, a woman and her tiny da.UKb.ter await a rescue boat in St. Louis after heavy rains had left more/ ttian . 2 0<IO families homeless. Two persons were reported to have drowned and property damaged was estimated at alxmt $2,000,000. (International) Discussing 'Operation Camid' JOSK1MI TT. I'HKWITT M KS. KDITII «'««WITT •\ Imstll.v m-niwled l<-tter M.iu K Kl«"l m.l of (iermm.y to the >r«M i-llv fitmllv of KlKhth Air Kori'P veterivn .It.sepl, It. 1'rewltt, 24, « now oiMinni.il to iin Ami.rlcim military prison .it) Wiir/.lK|rjt, ^Oerii hm. rniwiHl tho younjt Holdler'« mother, Mrs. Kdlth >r « wl »; « trip to WwHhln^on. I). C. Who plinw to drmun.l olnrlfIwitlon, of tbo HbitiiH of her lrnprl.m»n«Ml sou from the^ War Departm.mt. Truman Signs Indian Claims Bill New Argentine ambassador to the United States, Dr. Oscar Ivanis-' ncvlcli (left),, is greetotl oil his arrival at the National Airport in Washington by Ilay TMulr (center), acting chl«f of the State Department protocal 'division and Arturo Bertolio, Argentine Embassy military iitlache. Tho new envoy carried a personal message to President Truman from the Argentine President, Juan Peron. (Inti.Tiiatlunal Sound- photo) SmJllng Edward Mulagran. 1 , 3, is shown leaving a small bakery shop In Philadelphia, Pa., with ahout'all the bread he can carry. He is the envy of those waiting in line to get their share of bread. Tho broad shortage won caused by the current bakery workers strike In the Quaker City. (On- tcrnatlonal) Filmland actress Adele Jergens displays one of the latent swlm- stiifs seen iiroimil the movie colony. Its a two-piece leopard print with iv lialter bra top and a wraparound skJrt. Wooden wedgies with black ribbon ties complete the clilc bcn<\!i ensemble. (International) Tragic Note U. S. Cyclotron After 'House Of Horrors' Raid Trunmn Mdlnn claims, ....<! In •ire "will marlc the beginning of iv \VUm*.ln* the nlgnlnK ceromony at th WWt* In dlan, oltl»nK. , are' (loft to * Russian observer at tho recent Bikini atom test, Simon P. Ale.v- uiiclrov, professor at the Moscow Institute of nonforrous motals and gold, Is shown as ho entered the University of California cycle- Iron building In Berkeley, Calif., to Inspect tho atom smasher. He was taken on a conducted tour of tho' famed laboratory by U. S. Army officials, (International Soundphoto) Commander of f Atlantic troop training units of amphibious forces, Maj. Gen. Lemuel C. ShcpardT USMC, discusses underwater! demolition demonstration of "Operation Camld" (Cadets-Midshipmen) with a West Point cadet and Annapolis midshipman at Marino base In Chesapeake Bay,To, The cadet is George Edward (left), of El Pano, Tex., and the midshipman Is B411 Specr (right), of Springfield, Mo. (International) General 'Ike' In Panama . V.illowlng a surprise raid by police on.» private nursing home operated by Mrs. Margaret Colvln. In Indianapolis,) Ind., State ^"Prosecutor Sherwood Blue (left) unlocks the chains- from the feet oj one of the "House of Horrors" patients. The raid disclosed numerous atrocities Inclu/V'ng shackling of many of the home's patients to beds and benches with leather Htraps and chains. Looking on are chief Investigator Charles K, feussell and Mrs. Margaret/ Colvlu. (International . Soundphoto) Daughter of multi-millionaire builder, Paul'T. Stone, of Bethesda, Md., she gave up title to a $4,000,000 gift to marry an Italian violinist, Matteo Mezzanote. Today Mezzanote fs in. a critical condition' In'a Washington, D. C., hospital following three operations. And Claudia Stone Mezza- note. 111 from brooding over her husband's condition, wa* recovering from an overdose -of a drug given her for a stomach ailment. (International) General Dwight "Ike" Eisenhower flashes his famous smile to thousands of cheering Punamaniuns lining the streets as he'ride»' through Panama City, accompanied by; Enrique A. Jimlnez, president of Panama, The vlbit was part of » P.-tn-Amerlcan tour. (Internatlon»l)

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