The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on January 3, 1977 · Page 1
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Naugatuck 91st Year Number 109 Naugatuck, Conn. Established 1885 Connecticut Victory Could Revive Jackson Campaign, Aides Say By I'KTKH A. I1HOWN HAHTFOKD, Conn. (UPI) Henry Jackson, his campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination officially dormant arid broke, today was hop- scotching Connecticut in the hope it may salvage his candidacy. Jackson, two months ago Ihe front-runner here after winning the Massachusetts primary, scheduled slops in Hartford, affluent Fairficld County in the south and New l.ondon on (he northern coast, a heavy blue collar area. Thursday, repeating the only reason he had announced a halt to his national campaign was lack of funds. Jackson said a win next Tuesday in Connecticut's first primary ever could activate his candidacy. "We'll tie in it full blown wc> win u]> here. If we did do well here it would mean we would go into additional states." he' said, but refused to link any specific finish in the primary wilh a stepped up campaign. -If we make a good showing here obviously we will get Ihe resources. We've only been slowed by a lack (if funds," he said. "I have adjusted my candid.icv downward in accord GEMONA, ITALY; This was the scene in Gemona to the Friuli region today following devastating earthquake which struck late yesterday in northeast Italy. The quake loll of casualties was rising as rescue workers continued stricken (owns In the region. searching through the debris of 12 I UPI I Massive Relief Operations Begun In Italian Quake Area iiy I>I:«;Y POLK L'DIXE. Italy lUPl) - The Italian government, the U.S. Array and the Communist parts- mounted a massive relief operation today in northeastern Italy where an earthquake ance wilh my budget — we're killed nearly 300 persons and out of money " sent shock waves through much In New London Jackson, of Western Europe, perhaps the Pentagon's best The temblor measuring 6.0 on friend among the Democratic the Richler scale was the worst contenders, was expected lo lo hit Europe since a quake pledge continued support for killed 1.100 persons in Skopje. the Trident submarine, being Yugoslavia in 1963. And it was built in nearby Groton by the the worst in the world since a Electric Boat Division of 7.3 quake killed 23.000 persons General Dynamics, The area's in Guatemala on Feb. 4. largest employer. Police officials said at least Hep, Morris K. Udall, D- 2-13 persons were known dead Ariz., has said he wants the 518 and more than 1.000 injured as billion Trident program abor- their houses and apartment ted. wbich has cost him buildings collapsed from the significantly in that part of the state. Please lurn lo Page 2 that did minor damage in southeast. Yugoslavia. France. Belgium. The worst devastation in llaly Germany and Austria sent was centered in an area 75 many residents fleeing into the miles in diameter on each side streets in panic. The shocks of the Tagliamento River, were felt from as far as Berlin which runs south from the Alps to the north to Sarajevo in the through the Friuli region to the Sweet Promoted By Eastern Co. A REGIONAL WORKSHOP ON HEALTH was held in Walerbury al Ihe Red Bull Inn yesterday, sponsored by Ihe Connecticut Stale Depl. of Health in cooperation wilh six olher groups including Ihe Heart Association of Northwestern Connecticut. The session was part of a series of five workshops planned in Ihe stale. Shown at Ihe lefl Is Dr. James F. Flinl, assistant attending staff. Cardiology Section al Waterburj Hospital. Wilh Dr. Flinl is JliltonGeyer, M.-V. chief. Public Health Education Section of the Slate Depl. of Health, who issued greetings and inlroductions. Dr. Flinl gave an overview of cardiovascular disease and risk factors. IXEWSpholnby Don Cousey) Strike Enters 17th Day WithNoSignOf Progress The United Rubber Workers strike entered its nih day today against the Big Four Rubber Companies with no apparent progress reported in negotiations. Instead.the URW International is working lo spread the Firestone boycott worldwide and is threatening to add Goodyear lo liw list. Far from a settlement, the gap appears lo be widening as in some instances union and rubber companies attempt to make the. strike harder on each other. As noted in The NEWS yesterday, negotiations between Planning Secretary Gets Plans Instead of presenting plans for a 117-lot subdivision on a 74-acre sile turned down for a gravel operation on City Hill SI. during Ihe formal meeting of the Planning Commission last Monday night. Ally. Bernard Avcollie lurned them over to the commission secretary following the regular session. The subdivision plans were are in Naugaluck meeting with struggling to meet shipping (heir members. schedules for shoes and sponge While the URW plans for a rug underlay to keep customers originally submilted lo the nationwide "Solidarity Day" in satisfied. A managemenl letter commission earlier this year, but support of the strike, local yesterday noted Ihe firm must Uniroyal managemenl is I'lease turn lo Page 11 inilial shock and Ihe 20 or more aftershocks thai began at 9 p.m. Thursday. Many other persons were feared dead beneath the rubble of their collapsed homes. Fires swept through some of the dozen or more stricken towns, hampering rescue efforts by an estimated 2.500 search and rescue workers. Urge boulders blocked many of the roads leading lo the devastated cities. Earthquakes are rare in Western Eurooc and the shocks Irish Greet American Governors iiy nnxAi. o'Hinc.iNs wilh incomplele details, and ""BLIX, Ireland (UPI» - Attv. Avcollie asked the com- **"&• na S 5 J aml slilrlln 8 mis'sion to waive requirements bagpipes greeted governors and Pixie Miss Hamill Inks Pro Contract visit as parl of Ihe 200th anniversary of Ihe American Declaration of Independence and lo mark "the affection and admiration" the Irish feel for the people of the United States. • Cosgrave. accompanied by his wife. Vera. greeted each of Ihe visiting Americans in»"=»•"'"— •-"-•-. ,„•„ so shc can entertain mance in Denver. Colo., where Because Ihe plans were not ^dually, but there were no atevx^Hv^vK-^-—^--'--^ ^p,^^ ju(fgos 5lic lrajncd for thc Olympics. presented during the formal Ij™^™"™ , '"" "The Olympics was my Miss Hamill, a diminutive 5-3 session, they are not on file (or goal." Miss Hamill said, "It's brunette, won thc hearts of Ihe highest goal any amaleur millions wilh her gold medal performer can reach. I've been performance al Ihe 1976 Olym- compeling 11 long years, and I pics al Innsbruck. Austria, and By ROBERTA (1. WAX LOS ANGELES IUPI) Gold medalist Dorothy Hamill Uniroyal' managemenl and the of Riverside. Conn, America's URW representatives in New sweetheart on ice skales. is York have recessed until next tired of the pressure of Pittsburgh and plans to skate six months a year with Ihe show. The TV specials were scheduled to be aired in late 197G and early 1977 Her amateur career ends week. Officers of the local unions competition and is ready to May 15 with her final perfor- for details stating the sile work ">P officials of Ihe original 13 must be done first. st;!t< * lw j a >' °" lh f. ir f nval as Following an on-sile j n . Ruosls of Ireland s American vestigalion, the commissioners bicentennial celebration, decided there was loo much Premier Liam Cosgrave invU- excavalion planned and the «• lhe governors for a four-day projecl should more correclly Vls1t a5 P arl . come in under a sand and gravel operation. The land is owned by Peter Chmbowskibul an option is held by John and Louis Massimo. They will purchase Ihe property when planning commission approval is gained. STEDMANG. SWEET The retirement of Clifford H. Lambert, executive vice- president and director of The Eastern Co. was recently announced at Ihe annual meeling of stockholders at Ihe corporate headquarters in Xaugaluck. Lamberl served Eastern in many executive capacities since joining the company 30 years ago. Prior lo being promoted to his present position in 1967. he was managing director of Eastern's Eberhard Mfg. Co. division in Cleveland, Ohio, for many years. A native of Indiana CLIFFORD 11. LAMBERT and a graduate of Purdue University, Lambert attained the rank of lieutenant-colonel in Ihe Army Air Force in W\Y II. He was associated for many years with the Truck Body Equipment Association, both as a director and president of this nation-wide trade association. The father of two married daughters. Lamberl lived in Naugatuck and Woodbury. and will now reside in Aurora, Ohio, with his wife. Replacing Clifford Lamberl as Ptcase lurn lo Page 2 Adriatic sea. The area is a cenler for Ihe production of cured hams and cottage industries manufacturing furniture and kitchen utensils. The Vicenza-hased South Please (urn Lo Page II Today's News In Brief By I'niled Press International CHICAGO <UFl» - Jennifer Kalen. fi. is a Citizens Band radio buff known as Tiny On Feb. 19. doctors removed 90 per cent of a three-pound malignant tumor from her rib cage. And because Tiny needs help the CBers have pitched in. Foxy Mama. Queen Pen. Sabre Tooth. Reporter. Papa Rear. Spare Tire, Little Wheeler and a lot of other people have started collecting money to give Tiny, of Rockford. 111. the chemotherapy needed. So far they've collected about $500 and more is expected. SAN ANTONIO. Tex. H"Pl> — Multimillionaire oilman John McFarlin. 62. who says the last kiss his wife gave him was at the altar, is asking the return Please turn to Page 6 Weathe Report On Region 16 School Site Presented THE NEWS roony irport. public inspection at Ihe torn hall. ^ American party arrived - - - • aboard an Aer Lingus 707 (bought thai was long enough." then going on to win Ihe world The 19-year-old pixie an- staling litle in Sweden has Commission Secy. Joseph Krayeski said the commission Please turn lo Page U ANN LANDERS CLASSIFIED COMICS CROSSWORD EDITORIAL HOROSCOPE OBITUARIES SOCIAL SPORTS TV PROGRAMS 12 13 12 12 4 12 2 5 10411 13 nounced Thursday she signed a two-year contract lo skate with the Ice Capades. A few days earlier, ABC-TV announced it had worked out a deal for her lo star in two television specials. Terms of the two contracts "I'm very excited about it (luming pro)." she said. "I'll be able lo be more creative. In competition, the music always has lo be classical. Mow 1 can use other music. "I like to do a show program lo entertain people instead of were not disclosed, but they judges. I've always wanted lo were estimated lo be in the be in a show." million-dollar bracket. s nc conceded amateur com- Sbe will make her debut wilh Ihe Ice Cjpades Sepl. 15 in Please turn to Page U Paper Drive Tomorrow A PAPKR DRIVE will be held al the Recycling Center on Rubber Ave. tomorrow from 8:30 a.m. to < p.m. Sponsors ol the drive are the Girl Scouts. Newspapers, magarlnes and cartons will be accepted. Call I29-009S or 720-3161 for information. an Aer nearly Ihree hours behind schedule after being fogged in al Shannon airport The governors and their wives were escorted lo a position in fronl of a military honor guard while Ihe American and Irish national anthems were played by the top army band. American and Irish flags were hoisted at Ihe airport in addition lo the Bicentennial flag and the flags of the 13 original BEACON FALLS- A report on proposed high school sites wilhin Region 16 was presented to Ihe High School Site Study Committee last nighl by Kings Mark. Resource Conservation and Development Project. However, the public and press were barred from the meeling with Committee Chairman Raymond Skowronski contending that since the report involved prospective land acquisition and purchases, the committee is within ils rights under the Right- To-Know Law. Inmaking the request, he noted lhal the committee would present its report to the enlire Board of Education nexl week, when Ihe Kings Mark report would be iscussed in detail. While he asked the press and public to leave, copies of the report were distributed for study. He also asked that the contents of the report be kept confidential urlil such time as Die enlire board had been informed as a matler of courtesy. Board Chairman Walter Muroff, who is also a member of Ihe sile committee, opted for an open discussion, bul Skowronski noted that since a quorum of the full school board was nol present, Please turn to Page 2 r Oourty and cool uith period* ol rain or drir/le today ami .* chance of scattered lliun- nYrstorms tonight. Temperatures in the upper tfls today to near Sl> tnni^ht. Main ending Saturday morning [olloued hy partial clearing. Saturday hislhs near M degrees evrept in lhe.~>rKin the Litchfifl* Hills. 1'robabilily uf precipitation Ml per cent today and Innighl. 2n per cent Saturday afternoon. (By Bristol Uecorrtprl Temperature Midnight fil: 1 .i-m. :>7: ii a.m. TiS: 9 a.m. .*S: Noon IVI. Barometric 1're^iire Midnight 29.S: .1 .i.m 2:1.7'» fta.m. 29.7x 9 a.m. 29 7: Nwn 29.7 «. by his foreign affairs minislcr. Please turn lo Page 2 This Week's Lucky Numbers 91~0range-481 Bonus 0907 ZvXiZX^^

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