The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on May 3, 1977 · Page 5
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 5

Atchison, Kansas
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Tuesday, May 3, 1977
Page 5
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Fourteen New Voters Made, Nine Enroll As Democrats Beacon Falls Tax Collector Reminds That Interest Wil Be Added' After Tonight PinInK In-"' wnek'n votoru mansion ]•! nuw votei.H muilo iintl two pi'i'Mons were pluccil on tin 1 cuucius, hiivlnff been miiclo vo(«r« during tin; wur. Of the 14, nine do- cluroil thomsolvt'.H DomocratH; ono Kupubllcun and four Independent. Thu now vote™ Included Arthur Koi'lltir, Francis Qulnn, John Pet- kaskl, 1'iitioun Mis, Charles Ma- ur/vwaki, Raymond WlMnluwski, Jtftty June Mill, Kdwiird •Mmulluson, Plilllp Mendleston Amelia Mendle- MOn, Wanda, Mcni'lotta Tr/,uMkl nnd ISdmund Mis. Kdwtuxl C'WKklinskl nnd Krne»t Traskl wore Tiliictn! on on i. 1 of tho major OUUCU.H llMt.l. Another voters session will take pine..- .sometime in August. I>ast Diiy For Tn.ves Tax Collector Ralph Tucker ask <;tl that local residents be reminded today is th(; last date on which the ttrst half ol' the property taxes, due on July 1. may be paid without Interest lii'lnt; added. Mr. "Tucker will In; at the town hall this evening from 7 to 8 o'clock for the purpose of collecting pfiyme'nts. Have You Seen Out Kitchen Korner On the Second Floor Many Items for The Kitchen NAUGATUCK HARDWARE NKAWY BUILDING TEL. 5212 Thumdiiy Confessions will be heard Thursday afternoon and evening, at St. Michael's church. The Mass on Friday, first Friday -A the month, will be ciilobru'.ed at 8 o'clock. Holy Communion will be 'given at 7 a. m. for those who cannot attend the MUSH. Wi-i>]<i>j)i] Visitor Mrs. Sadie Malone was a week•"•n:l visitor in Now York city, I'Jiiti'rs Summer Colh'gc Mi.™ Betty June Hill, dauRhter nf Mr. and Mrs. John Mill o( Wolfe .ivcnuu, has enrolled at the Connecticut College for Women at New London fur the duration ol thi.- Munimur whore shu 1:-, tuldnj.; Chrysler and Plymouth G. M. C. Trucks J. C. Raytkwich, JR. ACCESSORIES Repairing io« soui-ii MAIN ST. 4090 What's Doing In Naugatuck A calendar of events foi today, tomorrow and every day .TONIGHT July 31 Welcome Home Committee Meeting. Women's Society of Chrlstiai Service, postponed meeting. AugiiHt 1 West Side Community Club, Marine Corps League Meeting. August 2 Marine League Auxiliary, Amur- .can Legion Home. AugUNl 3 Marine Corps League Dance, Lin len Park. Risks Life For Hapless Dog Montanari-Rado Post Field Da.; it Linden Park. An C, list 5 Gold Star Post Meeting. A«K. o Board of Warden and Burtfessei neeting. AUK. 8 Planning Commission. Auffiiot 11 VFW Family Clambake and Out- nj,', Schildgen's. 11 a. m. to 0 p. m, ti special course. Mius Hill expects •o enter her senior year at Sargent College in Massachusetts in September. LINCOLN EQUIPMENT CO, INC. 15 Leavenworth Street — Tel 5-0177 WATERBURY 32, CONNECTICUT SAY: SHARPENING SERVICE Our new automatic electric machine will quickly sharpen any kind of saw:— 1IANO SAWS • CfKCUr.AK -SAWS • CAKPENTEU'S SAWS « BUTCIIKK'S SAWS « BUCK SAWS • 1'OWKK SAWS • ONK mid TWO MAN SAWS Band Saws Made to Order On Our New Electric Welding Machine! Any Size ! Quick Service! Low Prices! i.-ps rudintor cooling system /roe of scwle mid rust. 5,'i2 NORTH MAIN ST. Union City - Tel. 2<i83 *•% /$• \ ^-^^.^^^^^j Desks... and Desk Chairs JllustniU'tl) Km-i-lioU; 1'i-sk :2!) x 4!) indies in ISfh Century design (hat's equally at homo in UK- modern interior, (,'hoicv solid muliotfimy witli richly veneered 1 rawer lias p;ir- $219 top and dm WIT I'ronts, S drawers . . . do:il)le. middle ritflit. file drawer lias partitions. Center drawer loeks and has pencil (ray. Two sliding writing heds [imvide iiinple additional work spnce . . . «nd drawer |)iills are of antiqued metal .... Mary Pray Chairs (.Illustrated) Solid imiliOi?nny tVamo Kngli^l) Victorian Pull-Up Chnir, closely rolatod U. onrlv 1«lli t-Vnt.iry styling'. Scats covered in [•ini.'l'abrics. Obluinnble individually or in pairs, bach OTHER FINE KNEEHOLE DESKS to $143, 91-99 West Main St. IN CO « PO « * * • ° k NEW DAILY STORE HOURS 9:00 A. M. TO 3:30 P. M, Waterbury Rotary Hears Talk On Gaylord Farms Guest speaker nl the weekly Hincheon-mocUnR- of the NaiiRfl- luck Rotary club today was Dr. David Russell Lyman, superintendent of the Gaylord Furm Sanatorium, who told the group of the i urgent need Tor funds to aid the program or the institution. Harris Whittemore, Jr., was n special guest at the meeting being | ihnimun of the tocn) committee to obtain funds for the sanatorium's work. FEAR GIKL, ABDUCTED Onset. Mass.. July 31 — (V P) — Authorities fear that 25-year-old Ruth McGurk has been abducted or slain. The pretty Cambridge girl disappeared .Saturday ni^ht from an Onset dance pavilion with a man known -on]y as "Frank." NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN), WEDNESDAY. JUI,V 31. l!)4ft—PACE 8 Smashed By Pilotless Plane Borough Without Auto Fatality In Six Months Naugatuck was one of 32 towns in the state that were fatality free during the first six month period of ].9<in, according 1 to a report issued cnday by Region No. 1. Eastern Conference of Motor Vehicle Administrators. 'Other fatality-free communities In this period were: New Britain, New London, West. Haven, Danbury, MIddletown. Ansonla, Windham, Er.field, S'.onington, Shelton and Winchester. Oilburner Causes Slight Fire Today The local fire department was e.'i'lud out at S a. m, today to put out a small fire in the home of Mrs. Kinhard Lawrence, '27 Cliff street. The fire was cnusec! by an over!lowed oilburncr. The damage was slight, Chief John Sheridan stated. Sympathy Strike In Portland, Me. (By Cnitx;<] Tress) There's an A-F-L sympathy strike on in Portland, Maine—but, the est.i mutes of the number of sympa thiners seem to vary. Union officials had anticipatec that 6,000 fellow A-F-L, worker would take a labor holiday in sup port of some 200 public works de partment employes who have beet out 16 days. They report that abou 3200 A-F-L members actually arc out now. But according to Executive Sec retary Edward Kcssler, Jr., of th Portland Chamber of Commerce that is .an exaggeration. KesslP) says fewer than 500 of the GOOO A F-L members have quit their jobs Ho said the remainder are ignoring; the strike call, He added that a sur vcy shows the only serious tieup caused by .(.he work stopputre is the curtailment of bus .service. Kessle said many of the 500 workers \vh< stayed off their jobs did so because (hoy could not tjpt transportation. Boston Man Dies In New Haven Fire New Haven, July 3.1—fUP)—A Boston man Ivu; lost his life in a Mew Haven Brooming house fire. Francis Cook wati found in his Ihird-noor room hy firemen, hu-1 efforts 1.0 revive him proved futile. Firemen rescued another' roomer. Anthony Di Grora who was unhurt. Housewives Warned Of Price Jumps (By United Press) .. . O-P-A otflciais have warned houso- v.-ivn to prenare for price increases on canned vegetables, breakfast c-tfreuJ.s, coffee ,ind cotton cloth- ng. Cotlon textiles are expected to go up about 10 nc rcent right away with further increases probable laler. .The increases on coffee and canned vegetables will be necessary because government subsidies on these items pi-jbably will be ended. Gobs' Garb, New And Old The IVnvy uliou'* its new /jarb for gobs as compared with old, at Treasure Island, Cullf. Modeling the garments (left to right) nre: Yl-c Howard Marcou In neiv dress blues; S2-c John Pheljis, wearing old garb; First Class Petty Officer Harold Rudolph, in new undressed )>liie.t, Jind Mailman i!-c Thomas Hcndricks In new work clothes. (International) "WATERBURY'S MOST MODERN STORE OF HOME DECORATION" WINDSOR ALL THESE THINGS ALL WHITE HUCK TOWELS Everyone knows this famous quality. Size 16x32. Yard SLIP COVER CORDING Sunfast and Tubfast, Yard 5c MESH DISH CLOTHS These have been a scarce item—wo were fortunate in getting- an allotment /? ahead of schedule V for TABLE OIL CLOTH Our newest in solids and printed, patterns — both 00 inch and 5* inch widths, Yard BRAIDED CHAIR PADS Authentic reproduction of an old Colonial style weave. All colors, Each " OIL CLOTH SHELVING Here arc tho patterns you've been looking for, IS Inches wide. QCJ/» Yiird O*71/ PURE LINEN DISH TOWELING For those who want the finest — It washes beautifully—usci it for towels or art work. Yard OIL CLOTH EDGING . Sovera) dninty pleated styles — others you'll recognize as old favorites. ECRU ART LINEN Here's an old time favorite—use it for scarfs, napkins, doilies, etc, 36 Inches wide. Yard DECORATIVE FOLDING SCREEN Use them in your bedroom, studio or in the corner of any room—covered with a pretty floral paliorn—three section style —sturdy wood frame PURE WHITE LINEN A 100% pure linen import—very closely woven—suitable for'the finest of needlework. 3G inches wide. Yard $2.49 BALL FRINGE EDGING Almost every color imaginable—use them for draperies, portieres, curtains, etc. Yard HANDKERCHIEF LINEN 300% pure linen from Ireland — light- weight. 36 inches .wide. fl»t QD Yard w)J.««/O BAR HARBOR SETS Consisting of half moon chair back -with thick, well puclttad chair scat to match. Covered with a he.ivy weight novelty ere- fl»Q QO tonne. Set tDO.i7O C/ W T»»t>t "PAT"will MAKt Mi- Let Us Show You the Most Complete Stock of PRINTED TOWELING We Have Ever Had You'll see them with border effects—all-over designs—florals of every description—colors that are gay and — they'll make up splendidly into towels—use it for curtains— scarfts, etc. UNFINISHED WOOD VANITY TABLES With two skirt arms —middle drawer — specially constructed corner braces for good leg supjiorl — use them In your bedroom or bathroom. 39c USE OUR CHARGE ACCOUNT SERVICES yd. to $119 yd. $698 JUST DIAL 3-1109 111 BANK STREET, WATERBURY

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