The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on January 27, 1977 · Page 3
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 3

Atchison, Kansas
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Thursday, January 27, 1977
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Page 6 — NAVGATt'CKSKWS (Conn.) Friday. June 1. 1976 Lock Firm Offers Settlement IIARTFOIID. Conn (Ul'l) Attorneys on both sides of a federal restraint of trade suit described as "fair" a $7.5 million oul-of-courl settlement offered by Enihart Corp. U.S. District Court Judge M. Joseph Dlumenreld Wednesday reserved judgment on appm ing the settlement, which would be paid by the Kaniiinglon firm to avoid trial on claims it conspired to restrict sales of master key lock systems. Two class action suits claim the four firms that manufacture master key systems — frequently used in hospitals, hotels and apartments — have conspired to restrict distribution An Kmhart attorney said only 700 of 40,000 users contacted by mail disapproved the settlement. Attorneys for govern- racnl tnlilies approved the settlement. Attorneys for private lack SME To Hold June Meeting In Wolcott The Central Connecticut management positions involved Chapter No. 148 of the Society of with Design, Construct and Manufacturing Engineers will operations of nuclear powered hold its June meeting at the Long electric generator units since Acre Inn Restaurant, 365 Central 19W- Avenue, Wolcott, on Wednesday, This meeting is also open to j un( , $ non-members. For reservations The guest speaker will be Peter call Perry Pettinicchi at 7384451, Santoro Supervisor Generation ext. 300 before 3:30 p.m. of at 751- Mechanical Engineer at Nor- 4012 after 5:30 p.m. theast Utilities. His topic will be Dave Scott, Ctapler chairman, "Nuclear Safety". «'»' P r « side and . . Joh " Santoro is a graduate of the Mazurkivich, Program chairman University of Connecticut, with a will iriroduce the speaker. B A Degree in Chemistry. The evening begins with a Santoro's experiences en- social hour at 5:30 p.m. followed compasses various technical and by dinner at 6:30 p.m. Realty Records AM ACADEMY. COI.O.: Sahadore Reza, M, of San Benlto, MOKTCACE DEEDS Adele Clark to the Colonial Bank and Trust Co., land on Elm St. Adele Clark to W.J. Megin, inc., land on Elm St. Arthur L. Tropasso etal to the Lomas i Nettleton Co., land on Snow Crystal ltd. Joseph M. Caruso, Jr. to (he Joseph Rd. Chester P. Rozycki elal to Naugaluck Valley Savings and Loan Association, land on City Hill St. Gerald Boulot dal to the Darlmoulh Plan, Inc., land on Southvieu 1 SI. Joseph W. Kiliany to the Connecticut National Bank, land users objected to the split ol Tfsas is pi c iured during graduation ceremonies for Ihe class ofl970 Second New Haven Rank, land of on Deacon Valley Rd. Glastonbury Couple Lose In Referendum Ilic selllemcnl, 80 per cent lo government users and 20 per cent to private firms. Enihart was the only defendant to seltle. Scheduled for trial in September .ire Sargenl and Co. of New Haven, Yale 1-ock and Hardware Division of Kalon Vale and Towne Inc. ol live, N.Y., and llco Corp. of Fitchburg, Mass. I CHKD1T L'MON TOKIitNGTON, Conn. (UPI> — An employes' credit union at Filigerald Manufacturing Co. begun four years ago by the workers' union has been dissolved. •'There are too many loans anl! out ami too many people laiii off," said Mrs. Elaine Thomas. , h( , establishment president of |j>cal 2-1772, AI-L- vvorc us ou r_ t " ^ c sa id. CIO. , ' Residents voted Wednesday She said employes with funds :l g a j nsl a change in the housing in the credit union will get their fo j e KK fh would have let the money back and borrowers will [ anl jiy remain in its home. althe Air Academy Wednesday. The Mejion-American cadet said Cotton Hollow Condominiums, he attended Die roililary school near Colorado Springs lo avoid BarbaraF. Dwyer to American working as a migrant laborer with his family. Savings and Loan Association, land of Collon Hollow Condominiums. Raymond C. Burchyns etal to First Federal Savings and Loan Association, land on Laurel Ave. Odell Hines etal to Beneficial Finance Co., land on Donovan Ct. Superior Homes, Inc. lo First Federal Savings and Loan land on Evening CLASTONllURY. Conn. (Ul'tl - Kichard Uuigseth is philosophical alioul a referendum vole which apparently means his young family must move out of an old (arm house. "I'm jusl going lo sit back pick my strawberries. There is no sense in fighting now. They still have lo repay loans. — FREE- DEMONSTRATION STOKES T PAINT ALL DAY TOMORROW INSIST ON THE' GENUINE AutO'Matc" EUCTRIC OPERATORS WITH RADIO CONTROLS SALES-INSTALLATIONS & SERVICE approve Ihe referendum. "We beat the oppressors by Association, nine votes ,but we did not get star Dr. the 10 per cent we needed," Francis M. McWeeney, Jr. to said I.ingseth, 33. lie and his American Savings and Loan wife, Jo-Ann, 31, parents of two Association, children, have occupied Ihe 62- Rodney H. Hawkins «tal lo year-olrj farm house for five Theresa Knapp, land of Lantern years. Park Condominiums. "We're just going to sit back Dominic It. DcPiano 111 etal lo and relax now and wail and see American Savings and Loan what happens," he said. Association, land on Donican Health officials said the home Ave. is unfit for human habitation f llKO Corporation to Harry under the local housing code. Schmitz, Jr. land on Route 63. The vole was on a proposed Stephen R. Lemaire etal to Ihe housing code change, exempt- Lomas & Nettleton Co., land of ing single-family homes more Lantern Park Condominiums, than nine years old from parts Hubert J. Barnes etal to proved the change, as opposed of the building code. Naugatuck Savings Bank, land on to 936 against, but at least 10 Ungselh said Ihe town, an Bowman Dr. per cent of the town's 13,000 affluent suburb of Hartford, Carl J. Zimmermann to registered voters »as needed lo opened only one of its seven NaugatuckSavingsBank.landon polling places and held the Mjilville Ave. referendum on a Wednesday Kenneth H. Clark elal to the instead of the usual Tuesday. ColonialBankandTrustCo.,land An area farmer lets the on Hillside Ave. Langselhs and their children, Ronald Peck elal lo Naugatuck Juslin, 23 monllis ar,d';Sara. W Savings Bank, land on Church St: months, live rent-free' in the Lewis Paul Freyermulh etal to house. Mrs. Langselh said the family used a chemical toilet, poi table heaters and lamps thai "are adequate." which doesn't have electricity, running water or central heating. A slim majority, 944, ap- OVERHEAD DOOR CO., INC. NEW LOCATION-1750 HIGHLAND AVE. ' WATERBURY 156-5244 753-5125 A.C. PARZIAU Burritl Mutual Savings Bank of New Britain, land on Millvilte o&o RADIATORS CLEANED & REPAIRED 124 RUBBER AVE. NAUGATUCK 723-2806 Chryslers & Plymouths Sell For Less At Culmo-Larkin - Thomaston (CORDOBAS - VOLARES - DUSTERS - FURYS) Henri-Paul Lessard dal to the People's Savings Bank-Bridgeport, land on Tawny Thrush Rd. Chester N. Slibcr, Jr. elal to Naugatuck Savings Rank, land on Partridgelown Rd. Thomas G. Ross to Naugatuck Savings Bank, land on Melbourne Ct. Jeanne S. Brenia to American Savings and Loan Association. Henry S. Sobolcski etal to Naugatuck Savings Dank, land on Johnson St. Sandra L. Braun lo First Federal Savings and loan Association, land on Maple Hill Rd. Stephen Leo Jablinowski eta! to Jefferson Federal Savings and Loan Association, land on Summer-field St. Franco Librandi etal to Charles Richard E. Shea etai to the MMtatuck Bank and Trust Co., land on Hilltop Rd. Anthony L. Scozzafava etal to Frank E. Hess, land on Park Ave. Wayne T. Ricard etal lo First Federal Savings and Loan Association, land on Morris St. Auguslo R. Lamas lo the ColonialBankandTrustCo.,land on Goodyear Ave. Charles L. Gelmini etal to Naugatuck Valley Savings and Loan Association, land on \Vildwood Cir. Bipin.Doshi etal lo Naugatuck Savings Bank, land on Round Hill 11(1 WARRANTY HEEDS Phillip R. Bosco lo Dominic R. DePiano etal, land on Donican Ave. VY.J. Megin, Inc. to Adele Clark, land on Elm St. David Maurice Dolan elal lo Arthur L. Trapasso etal, land on Snow Cr^lal Rd. Raymond B. Micrwald lo Joseph M. Caruso, Jr., land of Cotton Hollow Condominiums. American Savings and Loan Associalion to Barbara F. Dwyer. land of Cotlon Hollow Condominiums. Marie Nardello lo Raymond C. Burchyns elal, land on Laurel Ave. " Harry Sclimitz. Jr. to Finco Corporation, land on Route 63. Anthony Maresco to Carl J. Zimmermann, land on MillviUe Are. Edward J. Smith to Chester N. Stibcr. Jr. elal, land on Partridge! own Rd. Richard J. Brisson elal to Thomas G. Ross, land on Melbourne Cl. Roy A. Smiln etal lo Arthur L. Smith, Jr. etal, land of Unlern Park Condominiums. Nils A.E. Nelson elal to Jeanne S. Brenia. EdwardA. Meyer lo Richard J. Smolkis dal, land on Fairchild St. Charles E. LaFlamme lo Franco Librandi elal. land on Route B. Walter P. Vilkauskas etal to Richard A. Vilkauskas elal, land on Hoadlcy SI. Edward J, Smith to Fred R. Scheithe etal, land on Stoneybrook Rd. Herculano G. Cabcceiras, Jr. to Ethelvina C. Zonas, land on 1976 VOLARE STOCK No. 6239 Vinyl-Bench Seat. Auto 225. 6 Cyl.. Reat Defroslei. AM Radio. Power Sleeting. W/Wall liies 3885.00 1976 CORDOBA STOCK No Bucl ' e ' S e3ts ' Leather E.O. Package. 6144 Suto-360. tng. Rear. Defroster. Vinyl side Mldg.. AM/fM Radio. Landau. Top. Road Wheels- Chrome E. LaFlamme, land on Route 63 Fairrieu- Ave. Richard A. Vitkauskas elal to Stephen M. Rcpko, Jr. etal lo Naugatuck Savings Bank, land on Joseph W. Kiliany. land of Cotton Hoadley St. Hollow Condominiums. Ziegmonl W. Barano«ki lo Vaugfm E. Uvesque etal to Naugaluck Savings Bank,land on Wayne T. Ricard elal, land on Morris St. CHECK OUR USED CAR DEPT. 1974 DUSTES ; Pr, I t>L. R»dio \V Floor SAift St \o. *:tl\ 1973 CAPRI I 5prr4. Ridutv Sin Roof Si No WiM- •2695° 1975 BULCK H. HaRv St. No ir, V-Tcp. •3295" 1973 OPELG.T. Hillty WHilv Rjiul Spfrf. RocVdi. M. No-il 1973 PINTO •2595° 197i BARRACUDA RorkfW. V. T<ip. P. Slt*r.. Aolo. Cowol*. Si No ««A '2695 O 1974DUSTIR .. t t>l. Anlo , P. Steer., N>. n.n*ni si. .V. tyi\. For DAD and GRAD X-201 INSTANT LOADING CAMERA JENSEN'S *19' 5 Elsewhere '29.95 i 2795 <,. 1971 fORO (,jUu, !t>r.. Asm. T.S. \. Top. Radio, Low Mitti. St. No. "HOME OF THE CONVINCERS" CULMO-LARKIN CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH THOMASTON EXIT 38 OFF RT. 9—9 MON.-THURS, 9—5 FRI. & SAT. 283-4316 XT Technicolor Camera $995 ELSEWHERE 14.95 Nil 10 Magimatic Pocket Camera $ 14 95 EISEWHEBE '24.95 Continental Elec. Flash Camera *34 95 ELSEWHERE l «.95 Honeywell '14' Elect. Flash $995 ELSEWHERE '14.9 TV PROGRAMS 7flO O (3D C«S NEWS-W«H«f CronUU O NBC NEWS-Jdin CtunctUctf 0 uiov awnrm-ceMdy f •) Ja/nes Best is cast £5 a popular guitarist leturmrtg home. Ba/ney: Doo Knotls. Ople: Ronny Howard. Aunt Bee: Fiances (Javier, O ABC N€WS-Hvry RMKXIW (D COMENTBATKW-Ginw O IDONSIDE— Cftmt DfUM Q) ELECTHIC COMPANV-ChU*"" QtCHCSFinnro 7:30 O JK.OOO PVRAMJD-Qvn* Jo Ann Ptlug and William SJialner. Bill Cullen is the hosl. (BHATCHGAUEWI Hicha/d Oawsoo, Charies Kelson R£iJ- lyj Brett Sowers. Joey Bishop. O DON ADAMS SCRCCH TCSI »«0 O CD MOVIE-TO B. Announce O ® ROCKf ORD FILES-Ciirne QJ Ml HERMAN* CEMELA @ gl HASieRW ECE TWATBE WOMAN tLCHOTtR CDCRIHE-OocurrMntaty Attorney F, Lee Bailey is Ihe narrator ot this documentary tracing Ihe judicial process. Q JffiSANFOfirj AND SOU Gcnoss-wns-cime Judy Ca«ie, flooert Urich. Greg Wul- lavey, Alice Ghost ley. JacK Clark is the host of the series. G (SJ DO 14 NY « 830 (SAktEBICAN Lift STYLE A lour ol John Adams' mansion in Quincy, Mass , where fire successive generations of Ihe family lived . O l$fr THE PflACTICE— Comedy QKERV GRIFFIN Carol Chinning. Geoige Peppard, rock singer Bill V/ray and syndicated columnist Jim Bishop. Mort Lindsey orchesHa, {90min) EB CBOCKETTS VICTORY GARDEH — tnttructton The care and feeding of llowermg •vines are explained 6y Jim CrocKetl. He also plants several fcinds ol teans CBBARATADEPRIKAVEIU if WAIL ST REET W£EK-4.ou!« Rulwyser gDWALL STREET WEEK-Rut«y»er O HOflSE RACE-RooxvtH Ot NEWS-C»w«« Sctiimta QJ BLACK PERSPECTIVE ON THE NEWS £BLUCECITA@ (3$SOUNDSTAGE~Nu>lc 10:30 Q BASEBALL The Mets play 'I* tkx>9«5 in Lo5 «i- geles. Half* Kiner. Lindsey Nelson and Bob Murphy report. (Live) tUNEWS SD EVEN IKGEDITlOHWlTKMARTm AGHONSXY OJNEWS fB HARK Of JAZZ IKW BN£WS- SmMi/MMih C8NEWS-P.lSh.«h.n g NEWS-Utuck Scirtxxougli MARY KARTMAH. MARV HARTMAN-S«d»l ® IXCK VAN OYKE-Comedy HI Rob Ihi nVs he sees a flying saucer. 60 ULIAS, YOOA AND YOU QJESTUOI02 31 ABC NEWS— Hwry Rellontf Captionedfor the hearino^impaired. CD BROKEN ARROW © II :WO MOVIE— Ofirm World War II aclion punctuates "Torpedo Run" (1968), v»ith Glenn Ford as a sub commander stalking a Japanese carrier that Is shielded by a ROW ship transporting his own wife and child Ernest Borgnin*. Diane Brewster. Fuzz: Dean Jones. (2 hrs I l3)*IOVIE-Ad»whir« With Dad's special day coming up soon, you've probably been busy thinking of the appropriate gift to lei him know how much you care. This year, why not add something with extra meaning, something which is uniquely from you to him. On Saturday, June 19, there will be a special feature in the Classified section of this newspaper. You can write a personal message to your father which will appear on these pages that day. The cost is low. Fill in the coupon below and mail it belore June IE to Naugatuck wtU 195 Water St., Naugatuck, Conn. 06770 OR CALL 729-2753 '1.12 '1.40 n.68 '1.96 NAME. ADDRESS. TOWN— -PHONE. i C- Cj Don't forget Grandpa on Father's Day! wy/M&//swA&'//.

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