The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on June 10, 1977 · Page 5
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Serious Charges Voiced Against Military Academy MomphiK, Tonno.'isoo, Aug. 22— (UP)—•MIx.MlHslppI Stfitn Football Onch Allen McKonn chargos that tho U. S. Military academy will not nllow halfback Tom "Shorty" Mc- Wllllnni.i to resign" brcuuso.ho In a nlnr footbnll player, "It'.i iilmo.it Impo.Hfilhln for a rttar foothill player to got out of Wnii point," MeKrf'n dnr.laroN In a •trofiKly-worrlnil loiter to Walter Lira §«T»I "Hi pliln jexlntss ho ifklom b««n approached by Hollywood." A dr»m* of love A bit, and cowardlci Mcmphlo Commercial-appeal aporta editor;' im.iii , •;,„„£, "Shorty Isn't coming back to Mis« SHlppI State to play football, nnd thiils nnul," McKcon- writes, ."!bc-' ctin ' L • l ' M 'K n from 'West McKocn Hiiys thnt 'Williams-^ McrUlan. Mississippi - has ' mad ( «1 im.succos.sfiil attempts to re from the service Institution ho was a first-string hair where buck Benson, 1 "If ho hud not boon a star foot bftll Player he would have been discharged within 20 days," McKeon told Stewart, McKcen added that before Christ mas "Shorty" wrote on a numbci r>f occasions thnt ho disliked 1 military academy very much and ho Intended to leave und re turn to State, CRRnunn Tnnii. (M C<M.OW i KM State and local KOvcrnmqntw reduced their debt* by 2.7 jior cent In their fiscal ycara which ended on June 30, 1012. SALEM PLAYHOUSE TODAY fllCHFIELD A man-crM/,y actroM.M on the loo™ /UH ,; -s ,. O jVr riKia'^md NEWS Personal Appearance —- • ... Of . ,,. Kill DAY — SATURDAY -MIXliKt -U-^-l- "THAT TKXAS -.lAMBOBKK" SKATS: $1.00, Jl.r>0, $2.00 plus tax i MtA »I T SHOULDN'T IIAITKN Curtain 8:'1S Tnl. Lltchflnld KHO ! T Q A nOG' ttaxt VVook; TttF, HASTY IUCAUT LAKE QUASSAPAUG Saturday — Sunday — Monday GENUINE INDIAN POW-WOW L'ndnr PnrnuiiHl Hupcrvlsldci nf Chief Fallen Tr>jo, Great Chief .of The Indian Confotlorutlon of America Roal Indians in full costume doing their native songs and dances, < DANCING SATURDAY and SUNDAY NIGHTS U\,IVV SI.ATKK AND HIM OKCHKSTIIA WALT DISNEY'S Hfippy Comedy Musical in Technicolor SKI'i AND 1IKAH HOW IHSNKY MAOIC HA.S I'UKiSKNTKD THK TAM'INTS Ol 1 ': BENNY GOODMAN — DINAH SHORE THE ANDREW SISTERS — NELSON EDDY JERRY COLONNA — ANDY RUSSELL THE KING'S MEN — STERLING HOLOWAY THE PIED PIPERS ,PLUS • BEHIND THE MASK Knun KICIIMONI) — Hivrliiirn KKKI> - ALSO I.ATKST NKWS - Hdl! NOW FULL LIQUOR LICENSE Friday nnd Saturday Night Special f| CAPT-: COD . ;jk CF.AMS ON 1 HAM-' STfKLL '& Midday Meals of Hot Dirmot'H and Satulw Sorvlnjf from 11:30 to 1:30 Also Open Sundays 12 to P P. M, — c;i;AM imoTir — ^gg •^ - J. RUDOLPH ANDERSON, Prop. — RESTAURANT , 94 BRIDGE STREET TEL. 4967 Forest Hills Championships August 29 Chestnut Hill, Mass,, Aug. 22— (OP)—The "younger element" may tlguic prominently In tho national men's single tennis championships at Forest Hills, L. I-. August 29th. That's tho word from the locker rooms of the Longwood Cricket club, currently the scene of the G5th annual national doubles. For two former national singles kings .say they won't compete at Forest Hills when Frank Parker defends his Crown. Don McNeill of Orange, N. J., IQ'IO champion, and Ted Schroedcr of Olcndale, Calif., who held the .singles crown In 1942, both wan "steady jobs." iMcNclll already is eatablished in the advertising business, Schrocder nald he'd pjay only with tho U. S Davis Cup team in Sweden in September and then in Australia. Jack Kramer of Los Angeles L'IS the s.utie way. Gardnai oy of Miami, Florida, is thinking ilong the same lines, but he has jne advantage, Tho 30-year-old former Navy ofllcer is now graduate manager of athletics at the Univer- Ity of Miami. He says that many 11 the winter tournaments are prac- Ically in his own back yard. Muiloy and Bill Talbert o( Wilmington, Delaware, start the de- (cnso of their doubles title today in the second round clash. They drew a bye yesterday and will moot W. T, Anderson and J. H. Wilkinson of England today. Kramer and Schroedcr won easily in tho first round with a 6-3, 8-6, 0-2 victory over Buddy Bohrens, Fort Laudcrdalc, Fla., »"d Tom Molloy j( Panama City, Flo. .*,, Industrial Bowling League Holding Meeting Tomorrow President Stan Bottorf ia calllnK Inn (lest mcctlnfi- of tho NniiRatucl! Tndusrlnl Bowline; Loapuc for tomorrow nlf;ht at 7;30 p. m. The sroup will pnther In the Employment Ofllco of the United States Rubber Company. Lcnfs'uc rules %vill be diacusscd and adopted at this meeting. It i.s planned to open the .season at the Palace Alleys on September 6th with a one ball tourney. The regular loapue schedule will commence tho following-week. From preliminary contacts already made, it appears as though tho league will enjoy tho largest cnti'y since Its start several years ago. All of last year's participating teams will enter the field again, They Include Naugatuck Chemical, Synthetic Division, .U. S. Rubber Footwear, Bristol Company, T. F. Euttorfleld, Riadon, and Eastern Malleable Iron Co. In addition, Naugatuck Glass Co., W. J. Mot;in, Inc., and the J. M, Ruwsell Mfg. Co. have -signified intentions of entering teams for the first time. Last year's winners wore Chet Underbill's U. S. Rubber Footwear team which defeated their cousins from the Chemical Plant in a playoff match [or thn championship They then went on to place soc- r md In tho State Indusrlal Bowling Tournament held later In Now Haven, Office™ for the coming year are I President, Stan Bottorf; vice-prosl- (rlfint. Ed McGrath; treasurer, Bill Max; and secretary, Frank Bchl- man. Publicity will be handled ij,v n committee of four, namely, Yakc Nlzlolck, Jim Lombard!, Al Plstar- olll, and John Jok. St. Lucy's Defeats St. Francis, 5-1 St. Francis CYO had their title hopn.i smashed a^-HlnHt the wall Inst evening when they were defeated, S-l. by St. Lucy's of Waterbury nt Hamilton Park. Loose field- Inp and weak hitting In the clutches contributed ImmcnBcly to the loss by the local squad. Highlanders To Play Brass City Esquires Milt Wolssrrmn's Highlanders will piny the atronft Brnps City Es- quirCH tonlprht, 8 p. m., in n twilight Ramo nt Recreation Field, It WHM iinnuuncccl today. Johnny Nordhy will stnrt on thn mound, Manager Woissmun has stilted, whlln he Is holding his new pltch- Inp find, Sonny Gniazdowski, in rc- soi-vo for Sunday's contest apnlnst the St. Michael's CriiHaders, FOUND DYING Portland, Me,, Aupr. 22 —(U P)— Police have found a Blllinps, Montana, man dyinK In a Pearl Htront vard. Identified as 2D-yenr-old Leo S. Guntcr, the victim died before police could Ret him to a hospital, tt I.s believed that Gunter died of natural causes. Qt. Promto Cookers (Immediate Delivery) WEISS' Ben Franklin Store 162 CHUBCH STREET STRATTON'S RESTAURANT 18-20 Park Place Open Dully Until 1 A. M. • DAILY LUNCHEONS • AND DINNERS • A LA CARTE MEND Dining Boom, Food B»r nnd Booth Service Full Liquor License Needs For New County Jail To Be Considered Now Haven, Aug-. 22— (UP) — ommcndatlon that a committee be named to review the needs 'for., a new county jail will be made at the annual meeting ot the ' New Haven county commissioners next Tuesday. The meeting also will consider what use is to be made of the unused factory building at the present jail. Sherfff J. Edward Slavin has suggested that it be turned into a boys' clubhouse. FATAL ACCIDENTS Boston, Auc. 22—(UP)—One youth van Itillod nnd another Injured when thch- automobile left the road ;ind struck a tree in Orleans, Vt. Leon Swctt, 22 years old, was In- stsmtly killed, Injured was his com- panion, Edwin Straw, 19 years old. Both - youths were from Orleans. Meanwhile', Lena Landry of Lewton, Me., 18 months old, was killed when struck by her father's c:ir as he backed out of the driveway at their home. Meat Price Rules Will Be Enforced Official States Hartford, Aug. 22—(U P)— State O-P-A Director Stanley Crutc has served notice that the new meat price rgula'tions will bo strictly enforced. Crute admitted that, as he put It, It Is inevitable", thnt blnnk mnr- et operators will attempt to profit from the restoration of mc.it controls. Added ttv,, O-P-A director: "We intend to sit on the black market so hard it will have no life left in it," ' Says Man Serving Prison Sentence Should Be Freed Boston, Aug. 22—(UP)—The niRht club singer who \vas burned almost fat.illy In the Cocoanut Grove night club fire of 1042 believes that the owner of -the club should be freed from prison. Dorothy Mylcs says that Barnctt Wclansky should be pnrrioncd after serving three years of a 12 to 15 year sentence for Involuntary manslaughter. It WRB allcpftd that Wclansky failed to provide proper exits. Some 491 persons were killed in the fire. Wclar.sky has risked for n pardon- He Is incurably ill and has bnen piven less than a year to live. Miss MyJes, who is now a radio singer, recovered from burns only after months of hospitalization. She says that she thinks Wclansky has NACGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), THURSDAY, AUG. 22, 1M«—PAGE 6 paid as much as anybody could ask and that after three years in prison she sees no reason he s should not be pardoned. Norwalk Teachers Vote To Return Contracts Unsigned Norwalk, Aug. 22— (UP)— Members of tho Norwalk Teachers ns- rociatlnn have voted 220 to 1 to return their contracts unsigned to I he education department. They refused to slpn after the board of education announced it no longer would negotiate with the teachers association. Tho .controversy dates T>oCk to June? when the city bnard of estimate and taxation refused to grant a teachers' pay boost. Joseph Pichulo Army DiScharg-ee Staff Sergl. Joseph L, Pichulo, 820 South Main street, was discharged recently from the separation center' at Fort Dix N. J. - Holes drilled for oil, and in which no oil was found, number about 224,000 in the U. S. and represent an investment of $£ billion. ; Feel Sporty at 40 Feel Nifty at 50 Be More ALIVE at 651 Thin** tnnh m writ M portrr.'Do you bUnrt fixhnuMon, worn-out tftellnit on n«e? ThoilMHiUlt. tirtattd ftt whnt M lltll^ pippin* >1P "If OntPSX biu done. Contain* tonic many mm «nrt women brcnii»fl body'!*• low* in Iron, Try .oiirrx' Tonio TM)l«*i* tor new twt», vim, vitality and yonnrw fwlfne* Kiln very <W. introductory »)JHJ e*lp <W«* In Nn»KII( iirk, nl Allm** Cut Kulr *nd WE ARE CELEBRATING OUR '4/V/VIVFBSABI' SALE START S FRIDAY, AUG. 23rd AT 9 A. M. Our Anniversary Sale is a sincere "Thank You" to our many kind friends in Union City and Naugatuck, who inl the past five years have proved such loyal and! co-operative customers. We have tried hard to 1 merit your good will, even in the face of numerous shortages of the, war years, by offering only highest quality merchandise at lowest possible prices, coupled with a personal interest in every sale, and 1 prompt delivery service.: We are particularly proud of the fact that, we main/ tain all prices at 0. P. A. ceilings or lower. Please come in at your convenience and help us celebrate what we anticipate as one of our Happiest Birthdays I I I WHISKIES Whiskey ....!.... .82.89 Paul Jones -. $3,39 Imperial ?3.39 Park & Tilford Reserve $3.42 Park & Tilford Private Stock Rye $3.92 p. M $ 3 - 45 Carstairs White Seal $3.45 Carstairs" 1788" 90 Proof Rye $4.43 Gallagher-Burton Black Label $3.48 Golden Wedding .. .$3.44 Wilson's $3.45 Harwood, pints ......?3.29 (Cunadian Bonded) Old Crow $3.98 100 Proof Bye Old Overholt : $3.98 100 rroof Rye Hiram Walker's Bourbon DeLuxe. .$3.51 Sunnybrook Bourbon 93 proof .$3.65 We Carry a Complete Supply of Pints and Half Pints of Whiskey YOUR CHOICE OF MANY BEERS ChilI«<I hccr available by the bottle and case. Hull's — Ballantine's ' Beer and Ale Ruppert's — Schaefer's Fitzgerald's —'Stanton's Dawson's — ITanley's Edelbrew — Pabst Schlitz — Budweiser Red Fox.— Cremo Eichler's — Narragansett Rheingold ROCK 'N RYE $2.19 LAIRD'S APPLE JACK ROMA TABLE WINES 59c Zlnfnmlcl, Snutornc, Burgundy ivnd Claret CANADIAN CLUB $5.23 Limit one bottle to a customer wlille supply lasts. TRIPLE-SEC $?.59 CREME DE MENTHE $2,09 (Green) GINS Castanet — Raleigh Lordship — Edgemont Distilled Dry Gin Paddington Kiicli «bJ-»t/S/ (Limited Quantities) . GRENADINE 89c Large Bottle Bourbon and Rye Liqueur ion Proof eq 70 «D»IU I •/ Ceiling price — $*.55 IMPORTED BRANDY Your Choice $2.99 Values up to $5.53 3 Star Dumont Brandy $3.49 We Cater to Weddings I and Party Needs I ropnlnr Brand COCKTAILS Compare! ! ! - o Popular Brand CORDIALS $2.09 All Flavors RUMS West Indies ....... $1.99 Cuban Rum ........ $2.49 Ron Merito ....... $2.79 Carioca, full qts . . .$3.59 VODKA 100 Proof BACARDI RUM White or Gold _$3.29_ GAT,I,O or CROIX ROYAL CALIFORNIA WINES 85c Cclllnfr price — $1.05 Your choice of flavors LORD CALVERT Individually' Numbered Bottle* of Whiskey $3.54 TIARA VERMOUTH Dry or Sweet 98c CclllHR price — SI.S7 NOILLY PRAT (French) 1'our Cliolco TABLE WINE $1.29 Half Gallon IMPORTED WINE $1.29 Imported VERMOUTH $1.79 Full Quart IMPORTED FRENCH COGNACS At Grcntly Roduccd Prices SOUTHERN LIQUEUR 100 Proof $3.99 Ceiling price — $5.25 CHATEAU tETON WHITE WINE $1.00 VIRGINIA DARE WINES 79c Red or White YOU ALWAYS SAVE WHEN YOU BUY AT Hf! STORES CUT RATE 396 North Main St., FREE DELIVERY EVERY Union City MORNING ANYWHERE IN LIQUORS — WINES BEER Tel. 4979 NAUGATUCK

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