The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on May 23, 1977 · Page 5
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 5

Atchison, Kansas
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Monday, May 23, 1977
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The firm* UoUd b»low will »olv« your problem* quickly t*>* lawcperuilv*]y. Rtnoli tor your - iu. thta SffiRV- Servicescope T»l)« Yon Wh*r» To Ranch The Expoiifl Building Maintenance HKurn t'l»nln* — Hnntl UU«l!n( ur hnllUlnr* A itiHOlilarrr. himtt fjlilmqry ht>j»t)i i taf, rulullix— Onulkliu— W»Uri>rw>n»| JACK 0-BIUKN induBtrhtl MuUiIliiK MiUnUnutnce 04 I'liounlx Ave. VIM Wutorbury FOIt TlUC IJKST IN FLAT ROOFLNO 8KJK Federal Roofing Oo. Hfc Reupholstering - Furniture For ItoupholKtory, 811j> Cover* und New I J vine Kodm Furnltura Shop At Allen's 'Parlor Furniture Factory ST. WATKKUURY Insulation COMI I I..KTK WINDOW noon SI'-KCJALlilTS Alunilnurii Coi>i))liuitloi) mill Storin THE KELOSUL CO. 630 So. Mivlci Mt. Wwtiirbury Repairing- and Recovering Upholstered Furniture — 8Llf COVERS — SWANSDOWN UPHOLSTERY SHOP 124 Spring St. Union City Radio Repairs - Sales Oil Burners - Electrical Repairs GERALD'S Appliance Siilim uiul Service All Mukc« HfifMtforiitor* it'id WuHliurx Hupulrud I'lckup * Dolivory ,»01IN JACF.WICK IOT Spring st. "Hinl Sfi^l Union City -L^"* ^OOl Frank's Radio Service : Ex-AAF Radio Tech. 1'IC'K Ur i.n<l DELIVERY All Work Guiiriintercl 47 BRIDGE ST, T)inl Union City JJial Trucking-Moving FACE, gr-KAUGAXXJCK NEWS (CONV.).SATUBDAV. AUG. 10, 19*t Legal Notices LIQUOR NOTICE This IH to elvc notce that I, Frldo- lln J. Sutor of 51 Beebe street, Nau- gntuck, Conn., have-filed ah application dated Aujr. - 1910, with the Liquor Control Commission for a Club Permit for the' sale of alcoholic liquor on the premises, 239 Rubber avenue, Naugntuck, Conn, The business is owned by Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 194C of 239 Rubber avenue, Nnufjatuck, Conn., und will no conducted by Frldolln J. Sutor of 51 Beebe street, NnxjffaLuck Conn., as permittee. FRIDOHN J. SUTOR. Dated Auf. 2 1946. Employment Help ;Wanted—Male" For Sale Wanted To Buy WANTED-Helper In-Braw'. Joun- ^ BUYERS for. 1,• «. and ^Imi - Ant^ll( Xflllirlll^i llt-tkua. Tfrrnir*-' ._ . *. ^_ .. _ • dry. Apply dry, 84^J Rubber avenue.- . Foun- Help Wanted—Female. WANTED—Experienced ' pher. .Write Box 37,'BeaconFalls, ' Conru Or call Naug. 6126!' ' WANTED—Reliable woman to do llpht housework in 'small apartment. Live in' -if desired! Call 3633 after 0 p. m. ' • WKKKI.V THIt'H— To und from Cuim, Khuilo lulitud, .Mni»,. Now york tut Nuw Jemry T. W. KUllII.I.AIUJ VAN I.INE8 MELBOURNE'S TRUCKING ."Hind - Louin - Stonu . Cinder* 2138 Aiho/i Removed Auto Repairs JOE'S GARAGE Court (Old Stutt' Guruffo) Approved G. I, Training At'i'Dimllnrf, ltiiM)iii'M<« .Mlli'hluvx, Hm'rrturliil KAI.I. 'I'KK.M OI'K.NH IN MKI'TK.MIIiMl Mliilli'il l-ihrollini-Dt THE PERRY SCHOOL Wuttirlmry Ralph and Gigante Express For Kfflclttiit Triiulcljijt Service Ken. FhonuM—S-OOiUI .H-5805 Waterbury 4-3569 LIQUOR NOTICE This is to (five notice that I, Joseph Klta of ISO Gold street, New Britain, have filed an application dated August 10, 1946 with the Liquor Control Commission for a Restaurant Liquor Permit for th sale of alcoholic liquor on the prom isq'a, 219 Bridge street, Union City The business Is ownexi by Joseph Kita of 150 Gold street, New. Brit aln, Poter W. Partyka of 10 Massa chusetta avenue, New Britain, and Alice Podblelsltl of 232 Grove street w Britain, and will be eonductet 3y Joseph Kita, of ISO fiold utrset New Britain, as permittee. JOSEPH KTTA. Dated August 10, 19-1B. Welding LEO'S WELDING SHOP OUU PORTABLE WELDER OOKS ANYWHERE - ANYTIME Oxy. Acot, — Tnnlc un<| Prpe Hi'iivy I'liito — Ornamental Irwi 1510 SO, MAIN ST., WATERBUHY Call 3-9442 MtO/K.V FOODS I'ACUtNCi MATKHIALS Electric Appliance do. Is 11 llulitwln St. Will, — T(>l, .l-1'J-lli f ****++*»f***»^+4***+**f^f*ffr+f+++ CLOSING OUT ALL SUMMER MERCHANDISE SAVE UP TO 3 Tires — Radio Repairs LIQUOR NOTICE Tills is -to give notice that I. Mar lln L, Rodman of 39 So. Main St. Naugatuclc, have filed an''a'pplica tlon dated Aug. 9, 1946, with the Liquor Control Commission for ; club piinnlt for the sale of alco hollo liquor on the premises, 4 Oali St., NauRaUick, Conn. The business is owned by Fraternal Ordei of Eafc'leH, Aerie No. CWO, of 4 Oak St., Naugatuck, Conn., und will be conducted by Marlin L. Rodman, Of 39 So. Main St., Naugatucl;, Conn., itn permittee. MARLIN L. RODMAN, Dated: Aug. 9, 1940, BARIBAULT'S RADIO & TIRE SERVICE 020 So. Mitlii — Wrtterbury xoil Tlr«» Auto AccotiMorle* Rudlo Rcjinirx Cuarnnt«cd By Art BnrliiuiJt 4-1879 or 3-8466 FOR A CAB TEL. 5285 DAY or NIGHT Independent Cab Co. 10(1 Suutll Mulii St. BENSON'S i:to .SOUTH MAIN ST, Wutorhilry WEDDING OAKES And Othrr SjR-clnl Uitklne A Specialty CITY BAKERY 1». V. STOi'I'ANI, 1'r'op. Mupln Stroft Tulephoiio 8078 METAL SWINGS FOR CHILDREN For Indoor or Outdoor Use Special BEACON KIDDIE CENTER 71 ORAND STREET Wuterbury WANTED . . ' OPERATORS ON..RAYON UNDERWEAR EXPERIENCED AND LEARNERS WATERTOWN UNDERGARMENT/ 196 MILL STREET WATERBURY • ''. CASE CLOTHES ENTRANCE 4TH FLOOR ASK FOR MR. ROSS For Sale 3 family houses. Call-or see Jo- •seph V. Roako, 3 Union: St. 'Tel. 4928 or 2952. ' •' • • FOR SALE—Lot B0K1WI. Centrally located. Telephone 6017. * ' • ' OV3DE V. PHUJBERT Real Estate—General- Insurance 596 So. Main St; -Watarbury Call 4-8034, or; '-Mils'- 5a Luke Property -Kor Sale NICE — All-yeaj>rouhd -mod e r'n house; 5 rooms, den, prewar-built, oak floors, H. W. heat, spacious living room.'With cheery fireplace, good elevation; affording gorgeous view, orv biis- line. Price $11,500; terms arranged. WASHBURNE & WASHBURNE REALTORS —" IN*JRANCE 57 North. Main Dial'3-0769—3,!i3$G— .•:.-. -.'"•.''4-1013.^ "'•'• • Real Estate Wanted Real Estate Agent* FOR SALE—12 cobin, .duplex house, g'oodvcondifion, H, W. H^ on both, large lotj south west, of: town: 9 room, 1 family house, all improvements, 'hardwood' finish, HL W. H. oil,'centrally located, $12,000. P, Labridla '& Son., '172 High St. Dial 3458, Announcements Penonai ACCORDION XKSSON8—You can learn the correct technique ofthe .icoordlbn. No accordion neceo- sury. At Mecca Music School, 203 Bank. St., Wtbry., 4-1422, . lid Business Opportunities • REPAIRING:AT HOME Soldering', etc. Amos L. Hotch'klss Main : 'St.,"' Beacon Falls. Dial 12 Business AnnounccmentN . ANNOUNCING. . Radio Repair Service '' AH Makes Repaired Pick-up And Delivery MEYER'S RADIO SERVICE 18 Carroll St, Dial 5044 Automotive FOR SAUS—1934. Plymouth Deluxe Coupe.' Motor just overhauled Good tires. Tel. 3458 all day Sunday and *verilngs. A'lso oil hot . water heater and portable gas heater. 14 Auto* For Sale FOR SAL'E —1937 GMC one-ton House* For Sole FOR SALE—On Rubber '•avenue, family' house and 2 family' .house • • All Improvemeiites. Cuir Water 'bury 4-8572: ' '. FOR SALE—Two-family house off South Main St. 11 rooms, • extrt : lot und 2-cur garage. Priced lov for quick aale. WALTER H. HART INC. JOHN C, KIERNAN Wtby 4-3129,, after 0 p.'m, Nang. 0707 FOR SALE — 1« room, 4 fa mil} house. All Improvements.'ln good condition. Centrally located^Price $6,500, A Shepley, Phone' 2433. FOR SALE IN NAIJGATUCK Ix room house und garage. House furnished completely and to be sold furnished.' All rn.odern improvements. Call 1 Naug, 3295 for appointment. No dealers. Dayton Rubber Mfg. Co. V-BELTS Every Size of 1MQ - 2MO - OMO Series'In Stock! MILL SUPPLIES- ER TOOLS 72 SAVINGS si TU.5-zz<n WEDDING GIFT SPECIAL ELECTRIC PERCOLATORS — with chruioe tray, augur und croimicr, comploto M. WOLPP 83 CKANJO ST., WTBKT, 'OR SALE—Beacon Falls,'.. Wolfe Ave., 1 family,• 7 r.ooma and sun porch, 2 bathK,' fireplace, 1 car garage; steam heat. Lot' .100 x 125. .'Call B031, JOHN IIEALY, 118 Church-St. ' Ciirs Callud For and Delivered Dm- Complete Services Give' You • . '•' ' •Carefree Vacation Driving! ! POUST'S SERVICE STATION , 144 Rubber Ave. Tel. 4935 FRED'S HI-WAY GRILLE '501 South Muln St. Rofi-ulur Dally Dinner .'Sac up \ Lu Carte Menu Spaghetti To Take Out Banquet Room, Cocktail Lounge Full Liquor License Wanted To Rent MUST have -three or ' four rooms before Sept. 1st. Telephone G24.1. VETERAN, with a 'housing problem. Would like a small apartment, but would be pleased to have a .room for two"—with or without privileges. P, O. Box 160, Naujjatuck. rack body truck. Sacrifice! • : 4S93. Dial 1C Auto* -Wanted. ONE THOUSAND•CARS WANTED—Top prices; spot cosh. I want 29's — 30'a — Sl'a — 32's— 33'n — 3'1'n — 35'n — 36'a — 37's — 38's — 39's — 40's — 41's and 42'8. Phone, write or drive in today. BILL1E FIT2PATRICK ~ 16GO East Main St. Phone 4-4SJ1 OPEN 'EVENINGS VARTICULAR young educated couple need apartment. Is veteran. Suggest you write Box F, Naugatuck News. WANTED — Three or four room apartment for veteran and mother. Furnished or unfurnished. Write Bos C, care of News. • WANTED'—'Four or apartment o;- house five room for young couple, without children. Refer' ' '''•" ' 'Write Box D, ences furnished care ot News. 925. REWARD—Offered for infor- tnotipn. .leading tO''.2 or .3-'furnished-, oc 'unfurnished rooms. Box 199, Beacon Falls. Conn. Room» To.'JRetJt —WANTED— USED CAR Call Watecbury 3-8502 TURN rN •2OUR. CAR NOW MY PRICES ARE TOPS KEN JOHNSON 1803 N. Main St, < ,'all. Waterbury. 6-1707 LATE MODEL CARS WANTED PACKARD-WATEREURY. INC. 482 WB,tertown Ave,.'.Dial 4-C109. Contractor's ConimctlOK Mid Palntinc- High grade worknutnihlp. Phone 4-0857 Wtbry. joncph San Angelo. WM. F. COT A. rapei- Hansrer Bad Painter. We carry compeniatlon. 1 CTOM «t. Dial MtSC or Bill. ?ATNTING and paperbjin(fine work done. Call 2977. John A.'E. John- Bon, • . ACT PROftnTLY. 1, 2. 3 family houses painted $100 and up. Skillful work'inunahip. PJoski Bros. Call 0473. Merchandise Machinery MODEL D —Tournapull complete with AD tilt doser model Q carryall, 2 cu, yd. capacity. Triple power control unit. This machine is hew except for 2 or 3 weeks' work. 53,500. Contact Roger W: Straight, Marbledale, Conn. Houtenold Article* FOR SALE—Black Glenwood combination range. Like new. C&ll evenings 3002. BUY a ROOMS of good furniture, reasonable. Includes living room, bedroom, kitchen sets, with numerous accessories. Albert's, 208 So,'Main St., Walerbury. Phone 4-314*. Education SI Loo*l *nd Private Instructor* SCHOOL,. 100 Grand St. 4-3677. "Dance, Voice, "Music, 'Reducing. Register Mon. Aug. 12. Animals roaltry And ~Kgf» WANTED TO BUY — Fresh Also pullets, 5 or 0 months old. Call Naugauick 4329 after 6 p. m. WANTED — Turkeys — Geese, — Guineas— Roasters— Fowl. Highest prices. Whitlock Farm, Spcr- ry Rd., Bethany, YOUNG DUCKS FOR SALK. Alive and dressed 4-5 Ibs. J>Roy H, Buummcr. Telephone Business Service 31 Business Service* Rendered PUBLIC ACCOUNTING SPECIAL UOOKKKKFING SERVICE EDMUND O. HESS P. O. BOX GO UNION CITY PHONE GUARAJJTKED REPAIRS — All makes machines, vacuums. UB«H> Machines bought. Singer Sewing Machine Co. Waterbury 4-1305. FOR SALK—Piano, 4 burner kitchen gas stove. Also 2 burner oil stove 2 radios. Bargains! Inquire 27 First avenue, Wotertmry, 4-2C37. KI-KCTKICAL WlrJnc & Ing. Wa specialize In »«U«f»o- tion. All work .mured. JVa»b- \ng machines repaired. Kay Decker, Dial 4000. opuunt WED1>I>T« outflf»—formal gown* ready-made or made to order White Bunny jackets', black velvet wraps to rent. RUBY'S UIUDAL SHOP, 2nd floor. 855 N. Main St., Wtbry. 3-1834. Article* For 17 Repalrlng-Servlce Station FOB SALE — Folding c practically new. Also Heatroilaoil burner,-reasonable. Cull 58U1- any time. MAPLE STREET GARAQE I76VV Maple Street Tel. 5102 John Rimkua, Prop: Repair work on all makes of cars FENDER and BODY WORK Used Cara Bought—Sold tOOM For Bint tor g-lrl. Call C269 after 4 p. m. " ' . " 'O/B RENIV-Funiisfied room for a u'r.l, girls, or young couple. Inquire' 33 Cliff Sti JACK',S AUTO BODY SHOP 100 South Main Street Bodies, fenders, straightened, repaired, etc'. Also cars painted. Telephone '615&-=S9i2—8204 ' 24 Hour Towing Service lit Femonnn MONUMENTS -. , pcolal Priaea Oh' All Memorials rV. RICHAPJDS—2ea So. Main St. Nau'gatuck—Dial 3487 IVE HAVE MONEY TO LOAN on 'second njortg-ages. J500-up, Waterbury 0-1292. • CASH FOtt UNTrBK ISiSTATES « will buy or '•ell'oh commla- Ion basin anything from a single ootu to an entire estate, special- ising In rare antiques. Phone or rit« ORANGE ST. AUCTION Galleries, Nov. England'a Finest iuction Galleries, 21 Orang* St., New Haven. Tel. 6-0896, AUTOMOBILE—Rubber floor mate — $3.75 and up. JOE'S TIRE SHOP 241 N. Main, Wtbry. Cor. Cooke St. no. Auto Palntlne-Body Worji AUTOMOBILE PATNTOsTQ—Weld- Ing. CARS PAINTED $30, Jim's Point Shop, 10 Autumn St., cor. PleUrnont. Wtbry. 3-8367. Beur Wheel Allgnlng-Auto Painting Body . & Fender Work ERNIE'S ACTO BODY WORKS 128 Watertriivh Avis." Wtbry.' S02« Contractors 21 Contracting: PAPER Hanging, te Painting. Specializing on. Interior Work. Call for Estimates. Tony Mariano, 63 Oak St Tel. 2069. FOR SALE—Two domestic hot water .boilers. Call 2875 or 5895. HAPPY HOCRS FOR BABY—Car beds $3.95 up. car seats $2.49 up. THE ttADIO SHOP. ISO Grand St., Waterbury. 30 Huceaaneoo* CESSPOOLS —Ami septic tank* cleaned, repaired and installed. All types of suburban j>ewoge disposal work. For prompt and dependable service call The Conn. Hydraulic Co., Waterbury 4-9988, AUTHORIZED HOOVER SERVICE by factory trained man. Tel, 2251, Carlson's Furniture Co, Professional Service* GOUJIK'S CAMERA SHOt 8 & 1C mm. Movies On Sale Now 17 Grand St. Wtbry. Phone 5-1875 CUSTOM KEUPIIOL-STERINU Special 2-picce Suite .. $5t GRIFFIN UPHOLSTERING CO. Naugaluck 4690 PEAKL BtTXTONS — nick-ruck, braids Ificea, bindings in large iMBortments. Reliable, 87 Scovlll street, Wtbry. . 30c Radio IMMEDIATE DELIVERY.' Radios in Slocli — Fada, Olympic, Emerson, Senora. Stewart. Warner. Also -table model combinations, record players, portables. GERALD'S APPLIANCE. 107 Spring St., Union City. SOc Radio PIULCO, RCA, TABLE MODEL RADIOS with automatic record changers in stock. THE RADIO SHOP, 180 Grand St. Waterbury. George G. Touponse LANDSCAPING TREE PRUNING TREES REMOVED Wtn. 1411 HAVE YOUR ALTERATIONS DONE AT CARMEN'S CUSTOM TAILORING S-Day Cleaning Service 147 So. Main St.—DLU 2011 39 Wanted To Bender Service* WE KErAlR REFItlGEKATUW A!l makes. Coldspot, Apex. Cop«land, Gruno, Kelvlnator, Croc- ley, Stewart-Warner, «tc. Bt«l» Kal ur.d son, 202 Cherry St Waterbury. 4-0710. <0a SAVE your nuirtliiK upholstered furniture with "SagPruf." Cbalr JS.75; divar.,. $:S.SO. Work don» in your home. Dial WuterOury ^-3319. StJite-widc servico. Hot weather Is here to stay. Vro- tPct j'our winter gurniciitK by tlicin cluunod and Moth- now. K IEVMAN LEANERS BAKNKY GOOGLK AND SNUFFY SMITH HOY CRANE BU7, 8AWYKH By BIZXY »K BKCi WMAT1 YOU'RE LEAVING INTERNATIONAL AIRW/N3? HWM! HOW'D YOU LIKE A BETTER JOB —ONE WITH FRONTIER OIL-? TELL YOU WHAT—I'M MEETIN5 YOUR FR1ENP CHIU HARRISON," IN TEN MINUTES. COMC'ALONS ANP WE'LL TALK IT OVER. . STARTING TOMORROW, I'WTO BE PERSONNEL DIRECTOR WITH FftONTIIR OIL QUITE A SURPRISE, SIR. BUT WHAT ABOUT ME? WHAT ABOUT MY JOB? OKAY, LEAVE IT TOR YOUR NEW BOSS TO LOOK OVER. YOU'RE JUST IN TIMS, SAWYER,™ SEE ME WALK OUT OP THIS OFFICE FOR THE LAST TIME. HECK VMIF TH' BUGS!! I'LL CHASE HER DOWN STREET, MVSET '.! — AND THAT'S THE STORY OH MY GRCCNUND A SI*. HERE'S THE REPORT. HEV. SNUCFV!! X ue's see TH' THE OWNgR OP TH' \ VARMINT'S P1ZGN• TfllLleO C6NTIPED6 \ piTCHER CH«UENGES YOU TO RftCE V ^ Mt - ntK BLUE'BL«zeS OGftlNST HER BUG DOWN 46 U> ST V NEW VORK By WAZXX BJSUO1 AND SKEKTER SIHCE YOU'VE NEVER)f O.K. PAL? 'HAD-ONE..THIS *TOP THEREt NO W^*ue WAV FOR TO LEflRN WriiJ /MADE CALU...WE'RE )HiXE CLEAR, WITH, TWELVE ORAKID) ...CAUUNC) CAK ppoceeo AT ONCE 10 PARI<: BUILDINCS, PMONB CALL CLAIM*_ GUNFIRE VM* HEARD ON FlFT« FLOOR! /• OICAN, THEM WHEN MR.TEEOOFF HOW OUT- OOUBLE'-Dlf ? 7^^^ AT A REC6NE& A CALL I/M JITTERY A JAV PlBD! tOU HEARD A ON THE FIFTH FLOOR i WHAT — MEULO! WE'RE ONLY A FEW FROM THERE' By FAPL KQBEN8OM —:— By WliMAM JMTT^ajwrCLABKNClE. OKA* TREE LIMB, A."BAHt> «OF " NATIVE HUNTERS EMERGE .INTO THE CLEARING •: '- . LCNQ-V EH-TA KETT- TO NAJHOM'MV SONG fp MON1- AND GENirL£VlEM •" LET ME 6UEST STAE E EVEN IMG • I I ^^^^yO"—v ;{•-**'IMMrvR* 7v-f«-J • i i ui^'W" Mfer/^- : " :• ^n THAKtC VOU^ I -PTHEVI ?sl I / f ,V- - ^^v...: TT.,.^.,r^U. c'ttee^ THE LIONS DOWN/ WHAT HAPPENED T THE PANTHER COULDN'T HWE GIVEN VT A DEATH BLOW.' 1 IS DEDICATHD^

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