The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on March 3, 1977 · Page 1
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Atchison, Kansas
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Heed Help? |iU* Legal Notices ,,„..,„ i* OK TIIK •ft'C!K IHMMJINfl AN1> LOAN ASSOCIATION, INC. At a n.-cont mnotlnK of tho 1-loiu'fl f ,f nirCCtoi'M of Tho NuUKiituck linllillnK ' Lll< l [*' rin A.-j.Moclutlon, !,',<:., tin) following rnsolutlon wus '' "To dccliu-c "nd ci'f-ttlt n dlvl- ,1,-nil an ot Junii 30, l r J-IG, at tho i-dto » r '' PC'' (;ljnt r"' 1 ' annum, to ,il| jihiiroholdor.H who nrtt not do- k* llnqiii-nt nn Junu ?,«. tfilO, aM to any W Jn.-il'jillrnnnt fliu- durlnK tho cllvl- dcnil pi-rlod JanlKU'y I, 1!M(» to Junu ;;n, IMU, Inclusive: and to ctuL-hiro itn'd critdlt a dividend nit of Juo« BO, JO'10. nt tin- rutu oC -1 |M!i- cont ],(-!• nnmilfi. to all shareholder.-! who iiro <l<'llnc|iif:rU as ot Junu .'!'), Ifi-lK. an to any lii!it;Ulrru-nt diK-diir- Im: tho dlvldmid [ir?i-lfid, January 1, l!i-li;, -to Juno ,'!0, IMC, InelilKlV". iiiicli fllvldmul to ho eomputod on t h f. Ijiilanon In tho di.'lltiqiir-nt nliiiri-hoUliii* 1 .' accfiuntH nn of Dt;- cfi.-ihci 1 , ;;l, IfM.%, cxcdpt, that any Irnilallrrif-ntM paid hy thio dulln- (|iiciit iihai'i-hfildiJi-.'i Hlnco Duoufii- |,i-r Bl, UM.'!. Hhnll rocclvr no dlvl- dnnil ilurlnjr Much |iM-lod." SiK.-t'iitai-y. NEW CLASSES .July J, Wrltn, IIIHUHI <ir call for iU'KI liiilli-tln nc^tcnr -^Nrou JrUiQI JL C.OIAA'MK Now ti\ Kttt'Ct'. I StIMMKK •STOUII 1IOUKS (I A. M. M (I T. M. Uully CITY BAKERY II. I 1 , HT01TANI. 1'itdr. Tnl. 8II1H STRATTON'S RESTAURANT 18-20 Park Place OjJfui Dully Until 1 A. 3Vt DAH.V I.Ii' AND DINNKKM A LA CAKTK M'KNU Ifoom, I-'nnil IJiir nnU ISnoth Sorvlcw Full Liquor License 10 111 AU IM5TRUMJHII SWAN ELECTPJC CO. Church St. NiuiguUick, Onn. Our Complete Services (Jlvrs v mi Carefree Vacation Driving! ! POUST^S SERVICE STATION .144 Rubber Avc, Tol. 4035 Ciir-i Oiill For mid Drllvi-rt-ll Legal Notices Employment TOWN I-'AKM LOTS That portion of the Town Farm r,ot No. -I properly described below ii« Krctlon A. southerly side oC Rub- hc-r Av(,-., lot 75 fc-et by 100 feet- will he Hold to tho highest rcspon- Hlhlo blddor. Miip.'i .showlns the uhovu property may be seen tit the Borough Ck-rk'H office, Room No. 3, Town Hall, where sealed bids will ho received on of before July 1, 19-IU, at (j p, m., T). S. T. Each hid will Identify the Section and lot number; War Veterans shall have prcferBnco If n hid lii of tho name hid price a.t non-veterans; Tho iiuc- fjc-HMtuI bidders will pay the IMd price within 30 dtiyu of tho sale date. Tho fJorou(;h rc.sci-vcs the right to rc-jcct any or all bid.-) or to ac- ci.'pt liny bids nhould the Bonrcl dfrcm It to b'j for the interest of th<; HoroL'ch of NriUKUtuclc. Tho above notice of sale l.-i pub- llMhutl hy direction of the Board ol' Warden and at meet- InifH of May 13, June 4 and Juno •18, 10-10. CHARLES K DALY, t;.2-l-Gt. - Borough Clark. NOTIC B I, hornhy ftls'ft notice that I have rnculvcd u rnto book Tor a tax on tlin Grand List of JM5 District No, I of .21 1-1 nilllH on the dollar payable July l.-it, 10-IC. On. and uftor Auj;u.-<t 1, .1!M(J, Interest at Oho rate of f! per cent per annum will be. chai'Kod from July 1st. -19-1G, I will bo nt the; Tax Collector's office, Town Mull Building, every day e^-- ci-pt Saturday from 0 ;L, m. to 5 ]). m., and Saturdays, 0 it. m. until 12 noon, And Thursday anil Friday 1 cvonlnK-'i from 7 to 0 during July, 1 TIJI- j>ui'po.';r.. ol' receiving aakl tax. Dated at Nau), r atiK.-k. Conn,, this I'-lth clay of .June, 1U-10. PATRICK F. McKEON, Tax Collcctoi 1 , Help Wiintod—Mulo. YOUNG man. over UO years of uge, cx-servlccman 'preferred, to learn Ford parts business. Permanent position for man who qualifies. The Naugatuck. Fuel' Co., 87 Church street. MAX to operate gas station Apply In. writing, giving age and experience. Box B, News. 2 Help Wanted—Female WANTED — Bookkeeper. Two or three days a week. Must be able to typo and take shorthand. Call Princess Shop, DODGE SAI.KS — SEKVICi: Hotchkiss St. Garage •17 IIOTCUKLSS STREJCT To!. C727 J. L. MA71LAUSKAS, I'rop. YOUTH BEDS Complete with safety rails and steel spring-. Maple or $22^8 Wax finish., ^^ BENSON'S 180 SOUTH MAIN ST. Wntorlmry UOUG1IT SOLD Spi-i-hil Kntr.s on Trullcrs J''»r VnciilliMi Uso O HANG K TKA1LKK TtKNTAL HKKVICK TKt.KI'IIDNK N'niiKKll 11 ' 1 ' :io(Ifl ipp lei riiiim <;iiy iinnhvun- Hide. WANTED—Girl or woman to cure of children while mother works. 51 So. Main St., 2nd floor, WANTED—Experienced womiin or girl for general ofllce work. Must know bookkeeping, typing- find shorthand. Write, stating experience, .ntfc, reference!!, etc. Box P, care of Naugatuck News, GIRL OV<T 1(1 or young woniiin wanted to care for 2 children. Mother working, call G1C1 ufler 7 p, m. 2a Help Wanted—Mnlo or Female TOOL MAKERS, power and foot press operators (Fern.), stenographers, housekeepers. S. J- O'Brien Employment Agency, 110 Grand St., Waterbury, n-1863. i: Sale Houses For Sale l-'OR SALE —2 family house, 12 room:;, all Improvements. Excellent condition. 2 oar Knrajje: Ex- -tra large modern chicken coop. Lut 172 x 74. Mrs. Rose Lakatce. • 75 School St, FOR .SALE—-2 family, 10 room house, extra largo lot. City Hill street. 2 family hou.'io, Forest j St. Call 5031. John Healy, IIS ; Church St. ForSale Real '.Estate Accnta J. ItENRY KK0LIKOSKI REALTOR 54 City Hilirst Ph; 6178 OV1DE V. PHIIJBJCRT 59C So. Main St., Waturbury Call 4-S034 or 5-3143 FOR S:VLE One family, six room dwelling with garage and Including all furniture. In' excellent condition. West side. House and furniture must bo sold together as owners are leaving state. Phone 4784 for appointment. WALTER A. NORWASH, Agency 209 'Church St. Naugatuck Real Estate Wanted 7n TViuitcd To Rent $10(1 BONUS, Ex-serviceman, wife urgently need throe or four room unfurnished apartment In Naugatuck or Waterbury. Occupancy within one month, Ca!l Marr at Naugatuck '2584 : . FAMILY OF THREE seeks 3, 4 or 5 room apartment or single house. Excellent references.- Hovey Simon in c-o Naugatuck YMCA. Announcements Lost Arid Found ' FOUND—Two tires. Owner civil 6161 from 7:30 a; m. to 6 p. m. LOST—Locket from World's Fair. Finder please return to 1G9 Rub- bur avenue,. Reward^ LOST—Pair of men's rimless glasses Friday night between Union City and Seymour. Finder return to News ofllco. Reward. lla Personal* FOR SALK — 1« room, 4 family house. AH Improvement!!. In good rnnditlon. Centrally located. Price ?G,000. A Sheplcy. Phono 2433. Real Estate Wanted 3a Wanted To Buy WANTJCI)—1-2 or 3 family house. Ready cash. John C. Kloi-nan, Witltur H. Hart, Inc. Naugatuck 570-1 after G p. m. Waterbury 4-3129. For Sale Real Kstnto Agents ,: MONUMENTS Special -Prices On All Memorials W. RICHARDS—200 So. Main St. Naugatuck—Dial 3487 "CASH FOR ENTIRE ESTATES Wa will buy or sell on commission oasis anything from a single room to' ; an entire estate, (specializing In' rara antiques. Phono or write ORANGE ST. AUCTION Galleries; Nov.- England's Finest Auction Galleries, 21 Orange St., Now Haven. Tel. 6-0898, Automotive 13n Truck Dculers-Servlco KEW FEDERAL' TRUCKS How Available All Sizes from (1 1-2)' Tons &' : TJp MODERN GARAGE SALES and SERVICE 628 Watertovra- Ave. 3-H69 IS Auto Dealers LARGEST SELECTION OF SEAT COVERS IN WATERBURY WATERBURY TIRE SALES 379 Wast Main St. Phone -1-1515 18 Autos Wonted ONE THOUSAND CARS WANTED—Top prices; spot cash. I want 29's — 30's — 31's — 32's— 33's — 34's — 35's — 36's —37's — 38's -- 39's — 40's — 41's' and 42's. Phone, write or drive in today. EILLIE FITZPATRICK 1660 East Main St. Phone OPEN EVENINGS DON'T FORGET Your-Best Bet For Selling Your Automobile Is To Drive It To Where Highest- Prices Are Paid. BRASS CITY MOTORS 1212 • So, Main St. Waterbury Next to "--Big .Dollar Market Or Call Us at Waterbury 4-98S9 TURN IN YOUR CAR NOW MY PRICES- ARE TOPS KEN JOHNSON 1803. N. Main St. rjall Waterbury, 5-1797 LATE MODEL CARS WANTED PACKARD-WATERBURY, INC. 482 WRt'ertbwn AVe.: .Dial 4-6109. 17 ' Service Stations—Repairing JOS'S GARAGE— General repairing—motor tune-ups, (Old State Highway Garaffe) Curtiss Court. Joseph Angriolillo, Prop. MAPLE STREET GARAGE 176V4 Maple Street :• John' Birnkus,- 1 Prop. Repair work on all makes of cam Reasonable prices, prompt .service. Phone 5102. . Used Cars 'Bought—Sold ' The li-ltc-r "o" Is uMod most fre- quyntly !n tho alphabet, but Jiioro wni'ilM "tart with tlin letter "a" than with any other, SALE—JIovc riKlitln—(I room onu family house, all Improve- | rncntu, two em 1 garage, one aci-u boautlCul level land. Splc and span condition. One mile from center, on bus line. This home fit for a great big family or for someone wishing to !i:ive 3 or 4 roomers, Act fust or you'll be worry. Also S family block, A-l condition, In Union City, Very nico buy. Patsy Labriola and Son. Phone 3458. ACCORDION LESSONS—You can learn the correct technique ol the iccordion. No accordion necessary- At Mecca Music School, 203 Bank St., Wtbry., 4-1422. llJl Business' Opportunities JFOK SALE—IN UNION CITV.~A • ), r oing restaurant. Full liquor h- cense Call or HOC Joseph V. Rosko, 3 Union St. Tel., 4023 or 2052. JACK'S AUTO BODY SHOP .100 South Main Street Bodies, fenders, straightened, repaired, etc. Also cars painted. Telephone 6159—5912—3264 24 Hour Towing Service AUTOMOBILE—Rubber floor mats —$3.75 and up.. JOE'S TIRE SHOP 241 N, Main, Wtbry.- Cor.'Cooke St. no. Auto rnlntin^-Body work IF—I I'M Dairy or poultry farms you want, we have them. Connecticut Really Co., Southinpton. CI-IKSJ1IUK —Eonutifirl authenic , Kalt Box Colonial Home. Quaint j stonu chimney—live llropUices, 2 brick ovens: 2 rooms have bountiful hand-carved raised paneling. Living room completely ilnlshcd In feather eclpe pumpkin pine. Extra, wide oak flooring, beam ceilings, corner cupboard. Handmade hinge.-; and lutclie.i. Colonial clccoi-ations, hand-made copies, lighting ilxtures. 2 modorn baths, utcam hcnt, oil burner. Electricity, gas, city water, Nice outbuilding, 3,) acres. .fSO.OOO. Terms, J. Cas- Mldy, Woodbury. FOR SALE IN UNION CITY 309 Main Street 16 FAMILY BLOCK 3 Stores Income $0,108—Expenses $2,091 NET $3,47-1 JOSEPH A. SAVAGE KEALTOR — INSURANCE Dial Waterbury -1-8300 or 5-0513 Automotive .S Suleo—Service . FRED'S MOTOR SALES Used Cars—Bought—Sold 379 W. Main St., Waterbury Dial Wtby. 4-4510. AUTOMOBILE PAINTING—Weld- Inp. CARS -PAINTED $30. Jim's Paint Shop, 15 Autumn St., cor. Piedmont. Wtbry. 3-83fi7. 18 Motorcycles, Bicycles FOR. SALE—One 108G Indian .1, olio . 1937 Indian Chief, one 303B Indian Chief, one 1039 Harlcy Davidson 74, one 1934 Hurley Davidson- 74, Will take trades. Call at Prospect St., Union City any time. Tele- .phone 4173. Contractors 21 Contrnctlhg--,, Boar Wheel AIIjrnlJig-Auto Tainting Body ft Fender Work ERNIE'S AUTO BODY WORKS 128 Wntcrtown Ave. Wtbry. 3G241 22 Painting PAINTING and panerhanglng work done, Call 2977. John A. E. John- PAPER Hanging * Painting-. Spc- 23 ° Contractors Fainting rAJPEBHANGING and. Pointing. High (Trade workmanship. Phono 4-0857 Wtbry. Joseph' San Ari- Kclo. W. J. ZZUf'SKI. Paper hanging and painting reasonably done. Work guaranteed, 11 Spring St; Phone M78. ACT PROMPTLY. 1, 2. 3 family houses painted $100 and up. Skillful workmanship. Ptoskl Bros. ' Call 5473. WM, F. COTA. Taper Hunger and Painter. We carry compensation. 1. Ci-osa fit Dial M6C or Bill., Merchandise 25' Feed and Fuels RICII-I-OAM. No stones. No Turf. C yards, $12,50 delivered. Call Naugatuck 3038. STANDING HAY for sale. Telephone Naugatuck 4546. STANDING Grass -for sole. S. Spencer, G65 Rubber Avc. 2G Machinery SURFACE GRINDERS with magnetic chucks for sale. No. 2 Brown & Sharpe,- No. 2—1 Reid, 6"xl8" Norton, 6"xl8" Thompson. Can be inspected under power, Fair- fleldlEquipment Qompany, 70 Sanford St., at- R.- R. Station, Fair• field-, Conn. Phone 9-0823. 28' Household Article* FOR SALE—Piano, 4 burner kitchen gas stove. Also 2 burner oil stove, 2 radios. Bargams! Inquire 27 . First avenue, Waterbury, 1-2C37. NEW THREE-ROOM OUTFIT — $269 — YOU PAY ONLY $4.00 WEEKLY Consisting of Bedroom, Living Room and Breakfast Set and additional pieces. PHILCO TABLE MODEL RADIO included at no extra cost, plus 20 pcs. plastic' tableware set in soft pastel shades. A-L-B-E-R-T-S Connecticut's LARGEST FURNITURE STORE 268 South Main St. A MODKRN- table-top Glenwood gas stove, compartments and broiler white; hall rack, odd pieces. 7-1 Carroll St. Dial 3964. FOR SALE—Pre-war white kitchen stove complete with chrome pipes and 2 oil drums, $200. Call 5S36 or apply .35 Curtiss St., Naugatuck. FOR SALE—Oak dining room set: round table, glass china closet, - buffet, six chairs. Call -1062 after 6 p. ril. MODERN 4-burner pas range. Must sell immediately. Good condition. Pi-ice reasonable. Call Naug. 6418. 28a CIothliJE WEDDING outfits—formivl powns, ready-made or made to order. White Bunny jackets, black velvet wraps to rent. RUBY'S BRIDAL SHOP, 2nd floor, SS5 N. Main St., Wtbry. 3-1834. FOR SALK—Silver fox fur neckpiece. Price $150. Phono G233. Wanted To Buy Onk St. Tel. 2059. WANTED T€ ,«UV-Lawn mower ' ' sharpener. Telephone 4031, NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.). THPRSPAY- JUKE V. 1MC-PAOE_•. ——.^^••^^•i^M*^^^"^^*^**'^^^^^*'**^^^^^^"^^?^^^^ i ' • ••' Merchandise 20m Articles rot Sale MERCY BOYD'S BOOKSHOP 139 W. Main Street Waterbury 32,. Conn. Tel; 4-7943' Books: New, «tnnd«rd and r»prlnt* Adult and Juvnnllo SKIXING AGENTS—For Security Steel Files, Hal-lev Steel Posture Chairs and B. L. Marble Wood Chairs. W. E. KELSEY OFFICE & FACTORY EQUIP., 34-1 Pearl St., Hartford, Conn. Tel. 2-3C05' or 2-2062. STtTRDY; well-built folding b.iby carriages, $9.95. LarRC assort, mcnt o£ cribs, lii-chairs, etc. THE RADIO SHOP, ISO Grand St., Wtby. FOR SAI-E—Baby's biissinct — completely decorated (now). Telephone G197 FOR SALE—Kroll carriapre with mattress. Practically brand- new. $30. Dial' 6071. BLANKETS—Be<Jsprca<l8, nUp covers, rugs, draperies, ninon curtains, etc. Merchandise shown at your home without obligation. ' Pay 50c weekly and up. R. Sharpc, 330 N. Main St., Wlbry. 3-SS32. 30 Mince ftancou* PEAKL BUTTONS — Ulclc- braids laces, bindings In larffo assortments.' Reliable, 87 Scovlll ' atfeet, Wtbry. STANDING hay' in fl^ld. rerson who wishes to have it will cut it and remove It. Telephone 3!551. Education Si Xocal and Private Instructor* MARTONE SCHOOI/, 100 Grand St. 4-3677. Dance,'Voice,'Music, Kc• ducing. Register Mon. July 1 (11-9 p. ni.) Animals I>ou!try And CCSTOM HATCHING CHESHIRE HATCHERY PHONE CinESHIRK C95 FOR SALE—15 roosters, wclRlit 4 4 3-4 Ibs. Call 5589 between 2 and r, p.- m. JBallard, Mulberry Hill. Business Service 37 Business Rendered TREE EXPERT — Pruning and spraying of fruit and shade trees. Trees removed. Veteran of World War II. Gordon Phclan, Wtby. 5-22C1. EDMUND O. IIESS PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT SPECIAL BOOKKEEPING SERVICE FOR SMALL BUSINESS P. O. BOX 6)5, UNION CITY PHONE NO. 340-t Business Service 97 BuiilncM *>crvrc*» Bcndcred CESSPOOLS —And ocptlc tanks cleaned, rcp.ilrod and instaJlca. ' All types of suburban sewage dis- posni- work. For prompt and dependable service call The Conn. Hydraulic Co., Waterbury 4-3988. ELECTRICAL 'wirinp & Ttup*lt.- Sng. Wo spcciaUze in eatlsfao- tlon. All work .nsurod. IVash- Jn^ machines repaired. Ray Docker. Dial 4000, GUARANTEED REPAIRS — AU makes machines, Tacuums. Used machines bought. Singer Sewing . Machine Co. Waterbury -4-4305. WINDOW CLEANING—Stores and offices. Prompt service. Waterbury Window Cleaning Co., Waterbury 3-461*. AUTHORIZED 1IOOVEK, SERVICE by factory trained man. Tel. 2251. Carlson's Furniture Co. ACE WELDING CO.—Expert welding, portable equipment, go anywhere. Waterbury 4-0201, or 4.-S7S7, • anytime. 88 Professional Service* GOLDIE'S CAMERA SHOP 8 & 16 mm. Movies On Sale Now. 17 Grand St. Wtbry. Phone 5-1875 CCSTOM REOPIIOLSTERIKG — Special 2-piccc Suite $5» GRIFFIN UPHOLSTERING CO. SWAN SD OWN UPHOLSTERY SHOP 124 Sprlnpr Street REPAIRING mid rcfinlxhlnj;—• Mattresses new and renovated. Booths recovered. Slip covers. Call for free estimate. Telephone 5221. HAVE YOUR ALTERATIONS DONE AT CARMEN'S CUSTOM TAILORING S-Dny Cloaninir Service 147 So. Main St.-—DI:U- 2017 39 Wanted To Kcnflcr Service* •' WE REPAIR REFKIGBKATO^S Al! makes. Coldspot, Apex, Cop«land, Gruno, Kclvlnator. Crois- Icy, Stewart-Warner, etc, Btol»- kal and-son, 262--Cherry St, Watorbury, 4-0719. ^_^ 40a SAV13 your siiKUlnp; upholstered furniture with "SaRPruf," Chair $3.75; divnr:, $18.50. Work done in your home. Dial Waterbury 4-3310. SUUe-widc service.' FOR EXPERT DRY CLEANING AND SAFE SECURE FUJI STORAGE CALL 2022. K lEVMAN I LEANERS | Dr. Elmore L. Rogers OPTOMETRIST Announces The Opening Of His Office At 111 W. Main St. Room 415 WATERBURY, CONN. HOURS 9-12:30 — 1:30-5 EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT TEL. 3-4242 By ROY CRANE DINAH-SHORT FOR DYNAMITE- AND' SHE'S NOT TO BE TRUSTEP, .SAVVYJ INTERNKTIOMM. AIRWAYS SENT US TO GREENL&ND TO 6ET THI5 BOZO WHO'S BEEN SHOOTING- AT PASSING- PLANES. OKAY, WE'VE GOT - HIM. NOW'ALL WE HAVE TO DO IS TURN HIM OVER TO THE AUTHORITIES IN NOR5EHAVN. I GOT WORRIED, BUZ, SO I SAY! SHE'-SPRETTV: WHAT'S HER HOT ' YOU COT'W, \ WHAT THE HECK YOU J AKE YOU OK THAT'S WHAT I WANTED to TELL you— WHEN FlNALLV MAULED THE CAR OUT Off THE WA6 E/UPTV] . . .;-»0DI.PF6R6NT:itl'HHR IBAT.NEY GOOGUS AND SNUFFY SMITH — By BH^LY DE BECK " HOW TH' DING DONG\\ HEAVENS NO! RODNEV NEUER WOULD -B-B-B BI-BIT6 •-• VOW!!! COULD YE TELL RODMEV PROM TH' OTH6R>FLEft VJARMINTS? BITE? YOURSELF V6P--I GOT \-LtH OI~1^PN t~T-».^'*»i / MOUrSJfcTr * THAT HOUND ORWG.I ONOGR My H6T '" GOOGLE ? 1 NOW FOR SftFE- DID ve GIT vone FROM NOW FOR KE6P1N SKEETEK _;_ ,., _, By WAIXY BISUOE ~~1 I f VJHAT'RE YOU DOlNQ"rr2-v C...FISHING, OR KNITTING?) ^— ,,„- -*— -*^_. f . J^ , -~^ I ^•' I-THATS RIGHT. oppicEe/Tj.; » -AMD I'M LATS'H^^^; Jrf FOiaTWEr^rr^V^^-f

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