The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on June 9, 1977 · Page 8
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 8

Atchison, Kansas
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Thursday, June 9, 1977
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?T,\OK »-?f AVGATVCK NKWS (CONN.")'. WEDNESDAY. AUG. 81.^1946 Gorman - Rupp World'* UirhtMt. Si'ir I'l'linliiK Centrifugal Pump "The Midget" BO nn hour, lit totiil h«'ii(l of 211 eot, IncliKtlnc C foot minHon lift. $130.oo Interdepartment League Outing Nissen's Grove, 4:30 The Intordepartmont Softball ..iniKUO of tho U- S. Rubber company will hold their annual meet- In^ nt NlHiion'n Orovo this evening, Mttirllnf,- i"t •I: 30 P* ">•• ICdward Mc- Ornth announced today. All tho mnmborw from tho ton tcnma are ox- pnctncl to attend with a total at- timdanco of over 125 expected. Tho affair, llko tho Kamcs which tho f.'rmip playn, will last until called off on account of darknowa. fi,12 NOKTH MAIN ST. Wnlnn City • Tol. ZP.H3 VISIT OUR NEW ENLARGED GIFT SHOP Adjiicont to our main store for • KI.KCTKIC AI'PUANCKS • OLA.HH * CHINA WARE • WROUGHT IRON WARE • FIGIWINKS unil othnr CCHNEERC ^CREDIT JEWELERS^ 161 South Main St. — 4.220& Personal Appearance At Litchfield This Week "Personal Appearance," n, lauph- flllcd comedy about n sorocn-star with a yon for mon, STH.CCB the hrmrds (U the Lltchflold Summer Theater this week, Sylvlu Stono phxys the lead as movie <"iuoon Carole Arden In the Lawrence Rilcy satire on Hollywood's glamour girls. It's first-rate fnrco In a well-rounded performance by the Litchflcld players un<•!«!• the direction of Leonard AKo- bcll. Miss Stone certainly has the nec- cvsary allure for the role and a well-stocked wardrobe and wcll- choaon bap of actlnfr tricks mnlces her Carole Arden a believable and bewitching; version of the real •thinp. Lawrence Slixde turns up some nciit comedy actlnpr of his own as Bud Norton, the filling: station proprietor whom Carole decides to add to her entourage on -the back- trip to the Coast. And Gene Lyons an her hard pressed manager plays the role of the cynical yet kindly "bodyguard" to perfection. Justlna Waynes as the snobbish, down at the heels operator of the Struthor's place, a Pennsylvania tourist home, doea the polished Job of actlnp you would expect from her Broadway background. Jnnico Mattson of Wotertown, who was -last seen in Utchllcld in The Little Foxes £lves another on K'lfrlng performance as Bud Norton's sweetheart, and Director Al- tbbell scums to have discovered a capable young comedy, duet in L*>u Martin and" June Northrop 'who play a couple oi movie-struck kids Mn.ffda.lcna Brown provides some droll comedy as "a knowing old woman who keeps Bud out of act ross Ardcn's clutches by some well timed chaperoning and John Maitin, Judith Arnell, find Saul Slwelf: orrcr the i Ight background touches to complete the well-chosen cast. Condemned For Haifa Bombing: Rotarians Hear Talk On "Weather Vanes" Fred G. Spacfi was guest speaker 1 yt thr> weekly "Rotary club luncheon this noon at the local Y, M C. A. Hi." topic was "Weather ,Vanes.". Rotrtrlana have announced plans for the V-J Day Parade float to be entered by tho jjroup, are progres- Klnpr, Harold Perry, who Is in charKo of the paradn delegation has asked for more volunteers among the members to march In the parade. ' American farmers, with 16 percent lens labor hnvc Increased their production hy.more than GO per cent In the pant -10 years. SCHOOL DRESSES "Cinderella" and "Pro-Toon" Drosses 1.9?to 7.98 "Tcona Paige" Dresses l''rir Tccn Ajroi'ii ID 1.0 If), 3.98 to 12.98 "Judy Lane" and "Luce Loo" Skirts, Jumpers and Jerkin Sots 2.98 to 14.98 SIHI'H Up It) Id. Eisenhower Suits flu I n urul Chnck.M. 8.30 to 16.98 "Judy Kent" and "Sally Mason" Blouses 1.98 to 4.98 "Jnnlo" and "Barbara Lynn" Sweaters I'laln iirul lii'lndnfir Pi'lMlli. 2.98 to 8.98 Raincoats and Roversiblos 4.98 to 16.98 "Trim Fit" School Sox All CVilr,™, 29cto59cpr. School Purses Now I'liiMtlcn 1.98 to 3.98 -r Visit Our Now Toon Ago Section Boys' School Shorts 1.50 to 2.95 School Long-cos 3.45 to 6.95 Loafer Coats 4.95 to 16.95 School oults 5.95 to 12.95 Raincoats 5.95 to 12.95 School Ties 50c and $1 IN OUR BOYS' DEPT. Polo Shirts Sport Shirts White, Tun, Blue. 1.98 Boys' School Sox 39c and 49c pr. Prep Suits 12.95 to 22.50 Boys' Sweaters Plain and Reindeer Prints 2.98 to 4.98 191-199 Church Street, Naugatuck, Conn. I Chained together, two of ol B htecn your, K Jewish men (top) precede Ihclr comrades UH they arrive at the British military court n Haifa, FuleHtinc. whoro they -were S lven the death sentence for their allied part in the blowine up of the city's railway workshops. Four jrlrls (hot- torn) who received life Imprisonment, arrive sln K lnff. O,e -national anthem Bandages cover Injuries received In truck crash as they were escTp'ln" scene of blast. (News of the Day Newsreel Irom Tnterna- . tlonal) Additional Sports Tennis Making Defeats Lab, 1-0 A thrilling Softball contest, that wasn't decided until the last minute ensued lost evening at Recreation Field, when the Tennis Making edged oat the Laboratory, 1-0 in an. Intel-department League contest. Labrlola was the hero for the Tennis boys when he smashed a single in the seventh inning, bringing in Jiggcilb, who was on second for the only run of the game. Bc-th pitchers. Gallagher and Pistarclli, hurled excellent ball, with Gallagher showing slightly better form than that of his worthy opponent. Score by innings: Tennis Making . 00 00 001—1 7 0 Laboratory .... 0 0 0,0 I) 0 0-p 2 0 Batteries: (winning team first), Gallagher and Labriola, Plsteralli and Lynn. Umpires: Rado and Farrar. Dodger Backf ield Considered Excellent (By United Conch Mai Stevens of the Brooklyn Dodgers is one mentor of the All-America Football conference who doesn't own a pro-season cry- Ing towel. The former Now York university coach knew ho had tho haukfteld material when the Dodgers opened training nt Bend, Oregon a month ago but was undecided about the strength of his forward wall. However, after watching the Dodgers battle the Chicago Rockets to a 14-14 tie, May is confident that the line will hold up its share of the 1946 load. Harry Buffington, a former member of the New York CTiants, looked particularly good at guard. Another guard, Jimmy "R<;d" McCarthy of Illinois, kicked a field goal in the final seconds 'Of the Chicago game that would have won for the Dodgers if tho backfield hadn't drawn a penalty for being in motion, Guard Vic Obcck (Chicago Cards), tackle Martin Ruby (Texas A-and-M), end O'Mcale Adams (New York Giants) and Center Tex Wnrrihgton (Auburn) are other standouts in the Dodger forward wall. Glenn Dohbs, Tulsa's great passer and kicker, will call the plays in the Dodger backfield, Dobbs completed 16 out of 23 pnsses in tho Chicago game. In addition to the former Tulsa. ace-, the Dodger back- Held boasts of Mickey Connolly (Eos-ton college); Charlie Timmons (Clemson); and Mickey Mayne (Texas). Conch Stevens will operate the club from a basic single wing back; using—what he calls— the "A-B-C" variation of the single wing. Fishing Dragger Sunk; Two Others Were Disabled Eoston, Aug. 21—(UP)—One fishing draggcr sunk ar.d two others have been disabled as result of a southwest storm in New Engirt nd. The 70-foot trawler Dagmcr sank off the Vineyard lightship hut the four-man crew made shore snfcly in a small boat. The two other vessels were taken in tow by Coast Guard ships. The storm also caused cancela- tion of many air line flights and reduced highway traffic tremendously. Even President Truman's holiday trip was postponed a day by tho weather. Tlie president was forced to remain an extra day at' Ouonsct Point, Rhode Island. Three Dropped (Continued From Page Oncl Raytkwich. Jr., Samuel I. Lyons, Norman Wood, Henry M. 1'itley. William T. Schoficld, Domenic DeCarlo, John Finsel and Anthony Tangredi. Delegates eleclcd to CIic various conventions Include: State convention. Sept. 9 and 10r L. A. Dibble, P. Rodcnbach, Thomas Nesry. Walter Norwash; Congressional convention, Sept. 14, James Lyons, Tohn Finsel, Fred Nawrath, Harold C. Lewis; County convention, Sept. 21, William Ploskl, Howard Sagcn- dorf, Mrs. Myrtle Hotchkiss. Jo. soph Nygrcn. Senatorial convention, Sept. 28, Henry Zwick, Joseph Raytkwich, Jr., Norman JVood, Mrs. Edna C. Fcnniman; Probate convention, Oct. 10. Mrs. Anna Erk, William Scho- •Xicld, Domenic DcCarlo, Anthony Tnngrcdi. Delegates were empowered to select their own alternates. THERE'S A CONNOTATION OF QUALITY EXCLUSIVENESS AND STYLE LEADERSHIP IN THE NAME MARK CROSS. The creative genius of the House of Cross in anticipating- the needs of men in leather novelties is al- ' most magical, artistic craftsman- I ship steeped in the lore and traditions of their craft and imbued with a pardonable pride in their product is the stimulus that gives the impetus to the creative urge ! of the House of Cross $5 to $80. I WANTED ELECTRIC MOTORS 1-6, 1-4 and 1-2 H. P. Tel. Waterbury 4-1694 and Reverse Charge HIGHEST PRICES PAID The WATERBURY HEATING Co. Leader* In Home Heating 84-86 SPRLNG ST. «-G47S LAWNMOWERS GRASS CATCHER WALL PAPER IN STOCK PITTSBURGH PAINTS GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE 178 MAPLE STREET (AcroH* from City Bakery) Free Delivery Telephone 50*4 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 ii 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 $1.00 —to build an account that will guarantee comfort and security in later years. NAUGATUCK )fl SAVINGS BANK '_^Jl870 KYENmiFTH ANNIVERSARY 194$. All DEPOSITS FULLY GUARANTEED iGUS SMOKE SHOP { *OZ North Main St. Union City | Gun Kllrnttszewnkl, Prop. o Magarines - PerlodlcalR { All Newi<pnpeni - Candy t Smokers' Supplicn, Xovetles, etc. DISMISSALS PLANED Chicopee Falls, Mass., Aug. 21— (UP)—The War Department is preparing to dismiss 1600 civilian workers at Westovcr Field—effective next Tunsday. The cutback will be the largest in western Massachusetts since prewar dkys. The civilian stuff will be reduced from 2150 to S50 persons at tho northwest quarters of the Air Transport Command, , Free Pencil Box With Every Pnlr of SCHOOL SHOES Purchased at NAT'S 410 North Main St. Union City TEL. 6136 Our Jumbo Banana Splits nnd Fresh Fruit Sundncs Are The Talk of the Town: : CORNER CANTEEN 892 No- -Main Street "l>om" TellwlMi. fi-op. EDDIE'S Corner Spring- & Diamond St». GROCERIES - VEGETABLES FRUITS - ICE CREAM SODA FOUNTALV SERVICE Free Delivery TeL 4919 Edward Vlnskauckns, Prop. We Are Now Receiving Shipments Of WEAR-EVER ALUMINUM WARE NAUGATUCK HARDWARE NEABY BUILDING TEL. 5212 Tf ffrr,jttrrrnttrtTtrrr~~~~~~t Highland Package Store | 93 Highland Avc. — Tel. 3983 » Anthony Farrnr, Prop. J FREE DELIVERY i All Parts of Nauffatuok Try NEWS Want Ad».— They Bringr Be»ult*. COAL COSTS! WITH THE HONEYWELL Ckctrtc PAMMK B r iDilalllng lh» Hon«TW»lI Janitor damper control you can _«<"• up to 30% on your coal bill. Think what thii •aria? m«an§ dunnff |u«t on* heatine; »aion. W« hav» EUctnc Janitor* In itock now. Call un today. b»lor« tb» supply i* ff°n*. lor iull information. The Naugatuck 87 CHURCH ST. Fuel Co. PHONE 5236 J

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