The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on March 17, 1977 · Page 8
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 8

Atchison, Kansas
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Thursday, March 17, 1977
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»—KAUOATUCK NEWS (CONN,), FRIDAY. JULY 5 ,1046 'Woterbury's Friendly Department Store" Deluxe Pebble Dot Marquisette Ruffle Curtains Beautiful new^fashion edge ruffle curtains, designed to make the curtain drape better and wear longer. The only curtain in America with the smart new double fold headed ruffle. Made from sheer ivory color marquisette with thousands of pin dote throughout. Extra wide for crisscrossing. 2y 2 yards long. TliJKD FLOOR Hand printed, fast color 'Prints Charming' Table Cloths «1 Size 40 x 40 .98 each Hand printed floral and fruit design table cloths in our famous Prints Charming quality. Crisp colorful, laundered ready to use. Easy to tub .... quickly ironed and guaranteed fast color. Cannon Towel Ensemble Bath Towel 23"x46' 65c each Guest Towel 19"x39" 41c each Face Cloth 12"xl2" 16c each Good looking, fast drying towels, closely woven with a thick thirsty pile. That's why they wear so long, and launder so well. Frosted pastel tones of poach, blue, rose, yellow and green with a contrasting stripe border, STKMT .(''LOOK All Metal Scooter $3.98 Heavy two wheel scooter, sturdily made of 20 gauge steel with 9" heavy artillery wheels. Complete with 1" rubber tires, brake and stand. Painted red and white. Junior Metal Scooter . . $1.98 For the little lad. A three wheel all metal scooter. Well made of 20 gauge steel with disc wheels having rubber tires. Painted red and black. TOYLAND . . . LOWER FLOOB BEACON FALLS Correspondent, Thomas Fltxpatrlck, Telephone 4S83 Night Fireworks Climax Independence Observance Many Residents Leave Town For Holiday Weekend; Bachinsky Home The Fourth of July was observed quietly in Beacon Falls yesterday, although the community did seem .o liven up in the evening- when ndividual families combined 'to present displays of night fireworks. For the first time in four years, skyrockets were seen bursting in ic sky, and there were roman candles galore. Mrs. Santore III Of Pneumonia; Many Vacationing Mrs. Charles Santore. who has been confined to her bed with pneumonia, was reported greatly improved today. She is under the caro of Dr. Walter Roilly. ! Residents Vacationing 1 The Needham family spent Wed- I nesday at Savin JRock. Away Over Holiday I Mrs , Jcssc McLcllan and Miss Mr. and Mrs Ralph Upright, are Helen Mayo arc visi ting with rcla- s at Lake Candlewood. Mrs. Charles Mitchell and her daughters, Barbara and Doris, spent the holiday at the -iiome of Mrs. Mitchell's sister, in West Haven. Mr, and Mrs. George Beach are visitinff Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Barbee in Valley Stream, L. I. Mrs. Barbee is Mrs. Beach's daughter. Homo From Hoxpltal Anthony Bachinski of 9 Highland avenue, arrived home early this week from Waterbury hospital, where he had beer, confined, with a fracture of the lower right leg. Mr. Baehinski suffered the fracture when he was playing in an Interdepnrtmcnt Softball League •ame, at the Recreation field, in Nan {fa-tuck. lives in Hartford this week. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Maye and Joseph, Jr., are spending the weekend in Lawrence, Mass. Me. and Mrs. Charles Robinson entertained Mrs, Robinson's family from Rhode TsTanTl over the holiday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Winnie and Mr. and Mi's. Leroy Scheithe left today for at week at Atlantic City. Crusaders Play Sunday The Beacon Falls Crusadere will play host to the Naugatuck High- Finders in an Amateur League contest, Sunday. The game will be j'uyed, 2 p. m. at the Athletic r ield, on Lopua road. Francis Burns Released By Navy Francis L. Burns, Pharmacist's Mate, 2-c, of 185 Cherry street, was discharged from the Naval Separation Center, Lido Beach, Long- island, on July 3. Charge Nolled On Payment Of $12 Martin T. Lynn, 25, of 27 Walnut street,'appeared in Waterbury City Court yesterday morning on charges of speeding. His case was nolled upon payment of $12. Compo Vs. Beato Return Bout Monday Now Haven, July 5—Eddie Compo of New Haven and Tonrms Bento of Sun Domingo will meet in a return eight rounder at -the Arena hero on the nljrht of Tuesday, July 9—and while it's approaching midsummer, the promoters arc, in a sense, playing 1 Santa Clnus, (-As though any flfiht promoter could be credited w i-t h impersonating Kriss Kringlc.) It so happens that on the Imst curd In New Haven there was a -shuffle of the undercard, and a six rounder was left out. Despite the terrific fight bc-tween Boato and Conjpo, called a draw by the referee hut called both way.s and in the middle by a divided house of close to 5,000 Matchmakers George Shcppard and Charley Brown decided to malic up the ost" bout on their next card. Thus the July 0 program lists the eight rounder between Compo and Beato, pluB four sixes and an opening four. PROBATE NOTICE District of Naugatucit, ss. Probate Court, July 3rd, A, D. 1946. ESTATE OF Ludwig Aldwardt, late of Beacon Falls In s.iid District, deceased. The Administrator, having exhibited his account with said estate to this Court for allowance, and made application for an order of distribution of said ef.tatc, it is ORDERED, That the 10th day of July A. D. 194C, at 2:00 o'clock, in the afternoon, EDT, at the Probate Officfl in Naugatuck, be and the same is, assigned for a hearing on the allowance of said account, and nplicatlon and the Court directs the Administrator to give notice thereof, by publishing this order in some newspaper having a circulation In said District,- and by leaving with, or by mailing in postpaid letters addres'Scd to each of the persons Interested, and residing without the Probate District of Naupa- tuck, a copy of this order, all at least three days before said day of hearing and return to this Court. Attest, RAYMOND M. SHEA, Judge. I Waterbury Driver Forfeits $5 Bond Donald Synott, 18, of 72 Lockhard avenue, Watei'bury, failed to appear in Borough Court this morning, and forfeited a $5 bond posted when he was arrested Wednesday Mr. Synott was charged with passing a red light in the center. What's Doing In Naugatuck A calendar of events for today, tomorrow and every day Tonight July 3 • Meeting of VFW Military Ball Committee. July II School Board Meeting. ' July 18 Marine Corps League Meeting. Yanks Challenge Local Soft-bailers Co-Captains William Dunn. Sony Gniazdowski and Jack Gormley oday announced that the Yanks, trong local soft-bailer will play my team in the area, preferably he Merry Morticians who trounced hem recently. Capt, Gniazdowski has stated hat they have replaced their scourge of the diamond, Anthony "Star" Tangredi, with a more reliable catcher. When asked the whereabouts of Tangredi, Gormley stated, "'We've Bold him to the Mexican League, j where he is now a bat-boy with the ' Monterey team." ISTABLIIHED 1 83 J MEN'S TOILETRIES TO GIVE YOU THE SKIN THEY'LL LOVE TO TOUCH —SOOTHING AFTER SHAVE LOTIONS AND TALCS. Everything for that well groomed man who values his social security and the positive aid to bodily comfort and well being these rich lathery pine and sandalwood masculine soaps, packaged in redwood boxes for bath and shower at $1.50 to $5.00. Other items to keep a man fit and on his toes — invigorating with the masculine scent of the Maine balsam trees .$2.50 to $7.50. NOTICE District of Naugatuck, ss. Probate Court, July 3rd, 19-16. Estate of Gustavo, late of Naugatuck, in said District, deceased. The Court of Probate for the District of Naugatuck hath limited and allowed six months from date hereof for the creditors of said estate to exhibit thier claims for settlement. Those who neglect to present their accounts, properly attested, within said time, will be debarred a recovery. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to JAMES p. SWEENEY, Administrator. To Save a definite portion oi' your Income, and stick to it! More and more people are learning llie value of planning for financial security. Build a reserve fund- protect your faiuiJy with Jo\v-cos(. Savings Bank Life Insurance, a combination that will help you face the future with confluence. We will help YOU vrork out a plan. Weary Sore Feet Quickly Relieved This easy, simple ways Burning callcjnscfi nnd hot. tired feet CB'.mo hours of misery and loss of Work. Why sulfer when for only 50c you inn enjoy Lhe cooling, comfortinK relief from i'OIJOL Foot Relief. It's a Efensclcus. HliiinlcH;*, medicnt-cd ointment thru enn lio mnssnjjed into tho feel nt . bedtime. Its (illicit action nllowH for more restful slccr. nnrt efficient work the next day. Get n OOc jar <it SWIM SUITS PEDAL PUSHERS T-SHIRTS And Muny More Items For Summer and Vacation Need NAT'S 410 North Main St. Union City TEL. 6136 NAUGATUCK SAVINGS BANK 1870 WENTY FIFTH ANNIVERSARY I94C AIL DEPOSITS "FULLY GUARANTEED Great Oak Farm OXFORD BOAD Tel. 5(M9 PERFECTLY PASTEURIZED MILK and CREAM Delivery To All 1'urtn of NjlUKntur LAWN POPOVERS Imrmtii-.v. Nuiicutm'k l)n iiml nil itonil ilniB or ilrnl. »(nri'n. ^^^^iastndS- oujustaddegRsa ^ ^uK^UcrscoRp. 1 M.lltown. "' *'• REGULAR STYLES J 6 TO J 6' 95 The selection of styles, and widths is limited . . . but these outstanding values make your dollar do extra duty. fmrri'ca'i Smarttit (Patting Shori Modi matters of FLAKO PIE CRUST MIX and FLAKORN CORN MUFFIN MIX 209 CHURCH ST, NAUGATUCK, CONN. STRISIK'S 10 Center St. Waterbury, Conn. FACIAL TISSUE BOXES — S1.25 EDDIE'S Corner Spring & Diamond SU. GROCERIES - VEGETABLES FRUITS - ICE CREAM SODA FOUNTAIN SERVICE Free Delivery Tel. 4919 Edward VlnskaucUas, 1'rop. MOWERS REPAIRED SANZERI C> '»»v\aa> Bunk' 10 SAVINGS ST. DIAL 5-OS47 Try NEWS Want Ad».— They Brine Result*. Highland Package Store 93 Highland Ave. — Trl. 398J Anthony Farrar, Prop. FREE DELIVERY All Parts of Nnucatuck ******** Little Hof Brau •106 NORTH MAIN ST. "Al" nnd Vera Budris, Props. Daily Luncheons, Dinner* and A LJI Carlo Menu Full Liquor License DANCING FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY Open Dally Until 1 A. M. DANCE Every Saturday Night o r. M. TO i A. M. at DUFFY'S RESTAURANT WATER STREET Music By The Famous G. I. TWILIGHT TRIO A U. S. GOVERNMENT Report announces the discovery of a new tannic acid treatment for ivy poisoning. The treatment has been found excellent; it is gentle and safe, dries up the blisters in a surprisingly short time — often within 24 hours. These government findings are incorporated in the new product Ask for it at your drug store. 59c. "]T\T"\7' JL V J|_ M.nnf.cltlr.J kr IVY.DRY. OB Fornit Slrttl. N. I. 1O3O ON YOUR COAL BILL WITH THE HONEYWELL DAMPER CONTROL Tho Hontywall Electric Janitor damptr control, mad* for hand iirad heating plan!*, cut« coal con* •umption up lo~30%l In add) lien, It provide* 24-hour beating comfort during winlor monihi. w» hav« Electric Janitor control! available for inttallation now. The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 87 CHURCH ST. - PHONE 5236

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