The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on May 31, 1977 · Page 8
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 8

Atchison, Kansas
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Tuesday, May 31, 1977
Page 8
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,. AOK n_NAUC,ATt)Clt NKWS (COVX.). THOn.Sn.AV, AUG. IB. IMP THE WIRES ARE CROWDED EVERY MORNING. LET'S GET OFF UNTIL AFTERNOON - From 9-30 A.M. until noon, telephone linos are busiest. So you'll got bettor service oft your local and out-of-town calls if you moke thorn before 9,30 or during the afternoon Handicapped by continuino shortages of materials and equipment, telephone operators arc doing a big |Ob, handlinn a tromondou* increase in calls over a year ago. GET THE MOST FOR YOUR MONEY j W fRtEHPLY S£RWC£ 7 i flEUKE OACKSPRATT/lWDSAVEMOREHn Two Patrolmen Concert Tonight Help get SOAP back on our shelves BRING YOUR USED FATS'TO US| TARNOWSKI MARKET ID C11KKKV ST. May Resign To Start Businesses The resignation of a member of the loctil police force appears evident toduy if word circulating- the borough becomes n runllly, milking the possibility of two vacancies buliif,' created In-the department. It la heard that Patrolman Frank Mariano, 15 Baldwin street, within the next few daya will purchase the Saturday Market at 82 Church street. Providing the patrolman 1 begins thc business venture, his resignation Is expected to be presented at the October meeting of the board of warden and burgesses. A couple of weeks ago Patrolman Stanley Lcvandoski In part- .lorshlp with two other men purchased the former Kazemekns block j ut the corner of City Hill and North Main streets. Patrolman Lcvandos- ki has Indicated he will submit his resignation at the October board meeting. AUTOMOTIVE PARTS For All Makes of Cars B-M MOTORS INC. HU-82 SOUTH MAIN ST. Telephone- U'141 On The Green A band concert, which will ba fciiturod by a trumpet solo of tt Salem School student, .will bo presented tonight on thn Green at 8.30 p m. Dorothy Walsh, a student of \ F Smith/will play "I'll Take. You Homo Again, Kathleen," Group slivlne-, under the direction of. Con- |.,iri Rolis will nlso-hB presented. Another attraction will be the presentation of the March oC the Services, Anchors Aweiuh, the Marine Hymns, FicW Artillery, Army Ah: Corps and America. Popular numbers to bo played Include "Don't Fence Mo In, Let Mr Cull You Sweetheart, and the "Beer Barrel Polka. Other presentations will Include the march "King: Cotton" by Sousa, Orpheus, Er- minl'c, Glow Worm, Maritnna, "My Crandfathcr's Clock, and, closng- the march, Mlitary Maestro by Becker, Ernest Weiss REGISTER NOW I'AI.I. TKHM IIKdINS SKI'T. (I lliiHlni'HM AiliiiliilKinilluu. A.','1111111- IIIK, NrcivtHrlul. JUNIOR JLLKGI Wuterbiiry POST. COLLKGE 2-1 Central Ave, Hospitalized Frno»f. Wei.™ 10. "' 1fl 2 "'-to- street, Is .a patient at St. Mary's lir..un!:!i). v.'liffi' he we" tn''<!n li'il nigh-t following; an accident at the local Y. M. C, A., wiicn as he was lifting a punching bag it slipped from his grasp and the hook attached to the bag pierced his right arm pit. Treated by Dr. Walter J. Reilly shortly after the accident occurred at 0:30 o'clock, he wns ordered to the hosnltal and admitted at 7 o'clock, having been taken there In •ihe community ambulance by Pa- irolmen James Fenton and. John Hnnley. Lewis Heads Delegation To Legion Convention Five delegates and the same number of alternates from Naugatuck American Legion post, No. 17 are attending the state convention ol thn American Legion which started this afternoon in Harford. Commander George B. Lewis headed th« list of which included besides himself, Joseph Ruytkwlch, Jr., Thomas Gunnoud, Edward Wilcox and Louis Jamele. Alternates are: Phillip Cornell, Michuol Morris, John J. Sheridan, Lawrence Sarnl and Peter Grameri, .Tr. Thousands of Legionnaires from ill parts ^" Connecticut arrived to attend the first session of the thnse- day affair. More than half of the Legion's 32,000 nutmeg members are o.-f-servlcemen of World War II. Commander Lewis Is expected to he presented a plaque- and a gold luiseball In aps/eclatlon of the local American Legion's Junior baseball team's efforts;. In winning- the .state chiimpionshlp.' KILLED BY TRUCK Walllngford, Conn., Aug. 1C, 1 — (UP--—The coroner la preparing to hold an inquest into the death of three-year-old Kathleen Soltes/.. The child was killed by an ice truck while playing in front of her home- The driver of the truck, according to police, was Stephen L. ISvon of Wallingford who is being held on a technical charge. According to tho New Yuvli state department of conservation, the beaver in only ten of the Kmpire state's counties represent a capital asset of $3,250,000. off ESSENTIAL TO CONTINUING SUCCESS ^r| m _ ; ' ^; ,-Jiv'-'iKsl ^'•i' V ,^ r3 ''" W ' ' ' 'K^'V'-^v ••.•• l ^'v~=-?*' : ^;«.c by U. MoCormtck bM*d upon tb* orldul <& p*lnttp« For your own real deep-down smoking enjoyment • • smoke that smoke of Fine Tobacco— Cy v/I^Lt l*4«, Ttt AMlllMB Church Street Closed Sunday For Oiling Church street will he closed Sunday afternoon from 1 w o'clock to allow, member* of the street department to complete oiling of its surface, it was announced today by Superintendent of StrcMs Harold Murt-ha. The Sunday afternoon oiling will also Include Division street and the lower end of HIllsMo avenue. Tomorrow eight streets will be oiled as follows: New street, Chestnut street, Ralem street, Bronnar street, Anderson street, Washingtor street, Greenwood street and .1 pai of Spring .street. Thoroughfares oilotl today In eluded: Walnut street, Walnut terrace, Park avenue, Elmwood .stn-.«:l Elmhurst street, Sweeney slriu-t. Grove street, north cnJ of Hillsldo avenue and May avenue, Government Will Help Connecticut Safeguard Beaches Hartford, Aug. 15—(UP)—The Connecticut Development Commission has announced that President Truman has signed an act authorizing the federal government to finance one-third the cost of anti- erosion measures on Connecticut beaches. Chairman Willard B. "-Rogers of the commission commented: "Coming- at a time when Connecticut must do something about rescuing its shore assets' from hurricane damage, the signing of the resolution Is most p.Yicouraffing. It sets forth for the first time the policy that '.he federal government shall assist the stales and municipalities in safeguarding their beach properties from erosion. Two Borough Men Hurt While Working Two Naucatuck men wore in- inrod yesterday afternoon while at their work in industrial plants, nnd PTO at the W.iterbury hospital, where they nvo being treated for possible fractures. Arthur Carrlern, 24, of Prospect road, was injured at the Synthetic division of the 'u. S. Rubber Co,, rxnd admitted to the hospital at 3:30 o'clock with contusions of -the loft hip and a possible fractured left log- Hospital olticials said the man wns buried to his knees when a wall on which he was workinjj cavfd in- John Soxlon, 39, of East Waterbury ro:id, sustained a possible fractured left ankle when he slipped and fell at the Chase Metal works. He was admitted to the hospital at G:30 o'clock. Fined $35 On Breach Of Peace Charge .Icscph, -175 North Main street, was fined $35 and was giv- "n a 30 day suspended jail sen- ifnc.f, on charges of breach of the peace, in borough court this morning. Hu wus arrested at -1:20 a. m. by Patrolmen Frank Mariano and Stanley Levandoskl. SICK US FOB YOCR VACATION' LUGEflGC j lJnibr<'llii(* Rtrovrrfd. FISHERS Jll S, MAIN ST. G.IK71 FOK POKTB.UTS OF DISTINCTION Phone 472C LYLE & EARL PORTRAIT STXTDIO 11 No, Main St. Nuugatuck Blakeileeb AUGUST FUR SALE — BUY NOW AND SAVE — 99 N. MAIN STREET Watcrbury Tel. 8-2727 STYLE VENETIAN BLIND SHOPPE 8C Spring St., Union City Tel. Ntiug. 6111 — Wat. 4-95UB FELIX NARDELLO, Mfrr. Full Hlock of Htovl. tint] wood lillndp RllmlH rcixilrrd, rr-ttii>cd, etc. WEDDING GIFT SPECIAL ELECTRIC PERCOLATORS — with chrome, tray, KURar and creamer, complete M. WOLFF S3 OlAND ST.. WTBBY • RDERS TAKEN FOR PARTY ROLLS CITY BAKERY B. P. STOPPANI, Prop. Maple Street Telephone 3078 FROZEN FOODS PACKING MATERIALS Electric Appliance Co. 1X44 Buldwln Ut. Wilt. — Tel. 4-TJ42 FRED'S HI-WAY GRILUC 501 South Muln St. Regular Dally Dinner OOc up A La Carte Menu Spaghetti To Take Out Banquet Room, Cocktail Lounio Full Liquor License ISTAIUSHIDlItl SOFT, YIELDING, PLIABLE GIVE AND TAKE FUJYAMA STRAW HATS AS DOBBS CRAFTSMEN KNOW THE ART. As comfortable atop your dome as a slipper to your foot — no furrowed brow trying 1 to adjust your head to the hat — with these soft Dobbs straw hats the hat adjusts itself to your head so comfortably you're hardly aware of a hat on your head. Air filtering-, breeze catching, head cooling all ready for the August dog days— $7.50 to $12.00. Complete line of Work Clothes NAT'S 410 North Main St. Union City TEL. 6136 LAWNMOWERS GRASS CATCHER WAI,I. PAPER i.v STOCK PITTSBURGH PAINTS GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE 178 MAPLE STREET (Across from City Bakery) Free Delivery Telephone SOM Time to take another look at the ev economic picture, and the effect on your family budget. Time to consider your Savings Program—does it measure up to current day needs. Most people Jieed Iwo prog-rams—one for emergencies—the oilier for the future. You can begin today—and with ns lilUe as $1.00 —to bnild an account that will guarantee comfort and securilv in later vears. NAU6ATUCK SAVINGS BANK 1870 «V6HIY FIFTH ANNIVER5ARV 194t ' ' GUS SMOKE SHOP J 402 North M:iin St. Union Cit> * Gus KlimUKzcwski, Prop. % Magazines - Periodicals { AH Newspapers - Candy i Smokers' Supplies, NoveUcs, etc. j Our Junilra Banana Splits nnd Fresh Fruit Sundaes Are Tlie Talk of the Town! ! CORNER CANTEEN 392 No- -Main Strict "Dnm" TclIfrMi. J>roi>. EDDIE'S Corner Spring & Diamond Sto. GROCERIES - VEGETABLES FRUITS - ICE CREAM SODA FOUNTAIN SERVICE Fro* Deliver)' Tel. 4919 1 Edward Vlaskauckas, Prop. ~^f^ f ~f^fffff^-fffffff-f~f~f^fff m ~^^ Highland Package Store \ 9S Highland Ave. — Tel. 8983 5 Anthony Farrar, Prop, J FREE DELIVERY J All Parts of NaiiRatuck j Try NEWS Want Ad*.— They Bring ReiioiU. WITH THE HONEYWELL £ledrtc dantiov 0 AMFER /| CON tlOl By inilalllng Hn.Honerw'll EUclilo lanitor donipor control you can «av« ur coal ill. Think lanitor onipor conro you up to 30% on your coal bill. Think what thi« «avino moan» aunng Ju«t cna baatinv aoafton. Wo bavo El.clric Joollor* In •!«* now. Call u. today. b»Ior. th. • jupply i» «on«, for lull Information. TSJte 1 ^* Fu — - I

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