The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on January 3, 1977 · Page 5
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Atchison, Kansas
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Monday, January 3, 1977
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.WJffiWKW:'^ | Television In Review | § Uy JOAN IIANAUKU | NEW YORK (UP1) - The younger (oik, the laxative latest grou]> to grumble about ladies seWom g°.«y?™ middle its television image is the over- COs. According to a poll run by ili'tirement Living magazine among its 197,000 readers, 55.54 per cenl of those responding — and Ihc magazine said the response was much greater Irian expected - were unhappy ' with the way Ihey saw ihe senior set represented on the small screen "llidiculous," "decrepit" and "childish" were Ihe three lerms the responders found best dr-scritxxl the way senior citi/.ens were depicted on television Ts television really unfair to older people, or is this another case where the more accurate (he photograph, the more dissatisfied the- subject? I'rotably the problem is real. OLYMPIC HOPEFUL - Jo« Rossi and Tim Whelan of the Naugaluck YMCA Boxing Team receive congratulations from Ihe Hoard of Directors and Board of Trustees of Ihe Naugaluck Y.MCA upofn Whelan's winning the State of Connecticut Middleweight Championship. Tim will be representing Ihe Naugatuck YMCA at Ihe National AAU Tournament of Championship for the United Stales to be conducted in [.as Vegas the week of May 9. The winning of the National Championships by Whelan would make him a candidate for the .Summer Olympics in Montreal. Whelan's expenses are being paid by thetwo YMCA Boards and Rossi as sponsors.Shown above In judging from the fact that the picture congratulating Whelan irom left lo right are John Letts, television also has offended execVtlve director of Ihe NaugalucV YMCA; llussell McMlllen,- women, a scries of ethnic president of the Eastern Company and Trustee of Ihe "Y"; Jeffery Witherwax, president of the Naugaluck Glass and president of the Board of Directors ol Ihe N'augaluck "Y"; Whelan, Connecticut Middleweight Boxingchampion; Lloyd Elslon, president. Peter Paul Company and trustee of the "Y"; Rossi, manager and sponsor ol Whelan; Edward Noble, presidentMegin Construclion Company and Trustee o( the "Y"; and Christopher Buckley, president Ilisdon Manufacturing Company and trustee of the "Y". (NEtt'Sphotoby FMward Newman! groups, policemen and homo* sexuals. tn nnme a few. Hi*nry -Jones' randy mother on "Phyllis" may be very funny as she pants after Robert tied ford i n her octogen a ri an lust, but only if the viewer is Mrs. Pouy To Leave Hospital GREENWICH, Conn. (UP1) — Victoria Pouy was to leave Greenwich Hospital today with her 5<iay old son. Christopher Alexander Fyodor-Pouy. The infant was born Sunday night lo Victoria, 29, the offspring of a World War 11 romance between retired Rear Adm. Jackson R. Tate of Orange Park, Fla. and Russian actress Zoya Fyodorova. _ Victoria came to the United Walters special on royal ro- 'States lo meet her father (or •nances for afternoon viewing the first lime March 23, 1975, -• thai older people deserve and married airline pilot Fred decent daytime entertainment. The shows revealed as most irritating to their senior audience are "The Carol Burnett Show," "All In The Family," "Tonight Show" and "Maude." Three out of four are CBS shows, at least theoretically geared lo an older audience age, if that, and judging from the ads no one over 35 ever cleans house except "Aunt Hluebelle." Daytime television found much more favor wilh the oldsters, particularly "As The World Turns." Of course, it pays television to cater to the older audience during the daytime because older people provide a sizable share of the viewers. This was Ihe point lhat NBC producer l.ucy Jarvis made last year when she did Ihe Barbara NAUGATU'CK NEWS (Conn.) Friday,,May7,1976-Page9 asked again and offered a substantial sum of money and again we refused." Pouy said the reporter called shortly after thai, offering to lake Zoya (o New York city to show her the Empire State building and lake her lo lunch at Ihe Four Seasons restaurant He said lhal offer was accepted. "On her way to Ihe city they turned to Ihe airporl and Ihc reporter lold Zoya that Tale was very sick and might nol te able to wail," Pouy said. "He- produced Iwo airline lickets which he said Tate tiad paid for and Tate later lold me no (he hadn't bought the tickels.J" Zoya was imprisoned for eight and a half months after her affair with Tale in Russia became known lo Soviet au- Ihorilte. She arrived in America April 23 to be with her daughter when the baby was bora. than. say. ABC's "Happy Days" or "Laverne and Shir- Maybe it means that the older folk are irritated with "Family" and "Maude" bo- cause they watch them, but would rather bust their bifocals Policemen Technical School ^^ Expansion Slated NEW HAVEN. Conn. <UP!) — A federal grand jury accused two Bridgeport la"' enforcers Wednesday <j[ violating a teen- rigor's rivi! rights by allegedly Idling him in 1971 The grand jury said Joseph M ProiNJCcini, 29. a city piilroLmnn. and Geraldo T. K;mios. W. a housing authority [Kilicoman. !>eal and kicked M;irfc N'lijxili. 19. at the Marina Village public housing project uliere N^wH lived T|u i Justice Department spokesman wlio made the announcement said the attack required six stitches to close a ml above ."Vnpoli's eye. Charges of breach of the iwat'c ami resisting arrest are pending' 1 in stale courts against Napoli Dateline 1776 Area legislators announced today that Governor Ella Grasso has informed them lhat $5000 will he included on the agenda of the May 28lh Bonding Commission session for the appraisal and engineering study of the property being considered for the expansion of the Em melt O'Brien Regional Vocational Technical School in Ansonia. The Governor has indicated administrative support for this measure and Attorney General Car! Ajcllo, a memher of the Bonding Commission, has already stated that he will vole in favor of it. This is the first step toward implementing Special Act 75-100 passed in the' 1975 .session of the General Assembly authorizing the stale to issue bonds up to $3:>Q.OOQto buy the required land, The Public Works Department lly L'fiited Press Inter nation a I WILLIAMSBUKG, Va,, May 7 —The new Virginia Convention was petitioned by Chesterfield (P.W.D.i is initiating the County for an easing of the preliminary steps. The.P.W.D. requirement that men attend looking, too. will then arrange for an appraisal militia muster every two of the property which will be weeks. County authorities noted submitted to the Property that the muster obligation was Review Board for approval. If a hardship Eor "Ihe poorer sort approved, Ihe Bonding Com- who have not a slave to labor mission uill be requested to bond for them." up to the maximum for the actual Moderate rigiireiie Mnukinii ean increase ytmr pulse rale Ifi to 25 btTtis |KT minute 1 As for those shows that find fuvnr with older persons, there tlia » spend time with Fonzi won't lie anyone who is surprised lo find "The Wai- tons" and "Marcus Welby" at the top of tho list. "The YValtons" have wise and wry tirandparenls to help guide the younger generations and Hubert Ynung as Welby comes across us a geriatric matinee idol, not only smarter than the ss h ippmna ppcrs but belt er purchase of the property. The Emmell O'Brien Regional Vocational Technical School services students from the entire lower Naugaluck Valley area. It has been able to accept only about one out of every four applicants because of space limitations Many of those rejected for lack of space were well qualified and could have benefited from the course of studies' ' 'at-' the- school' 'If the '[fie jmll also revealed dis- satisfac'lion with the senior imafte in commercials, hut that's probably because Madison Avenue has been practiciiia euthanasia on Ihe oldiT iniaiie. H's Ihe rare wrinkled face — and never a wrinkled hand — lhal appears nn television ads NKW All) IIANGEH? HARTFORD, Conn. lUI'Ii .Slate officials ivould endanger citizens' health by weakening standards for sulphur dioxide in Ihc air, according lo Ihe Connecticut Citizens Action Croup. CCAG said today a Department of Environmental Protection proposal to change standards is "ill-limed and ill- advised" because other slates, including neighboring New Vurk. are moving toward stricter control of sulphate levels. Sulphates, formed from the burning of sulphur fuels, are harmful pollutants which are related to increased respiratory Kven ihe denture glues go (or disease and death. CCAG said. Pouy, 37- The couple live in Stamford. Their first child was named for Pouy's lather, Alexander Pouy of flockville, who said he was puzzled at (he allention being given his son and daughter-in-law's every move by Ihe news media. Pouy, recovering from an eye operation, said he is not sure whether he will be able to attend his grandchild's christening scheduled for May 16 al a church in the Stamford area. Fred Pouy lold reporters earlier Ihis week that his molher-in-law and Tale were tricked into seeing each other secretly lasl week by a man uho said he worked for a national magazine and who told Zoya that Tale was very sick. Pouy said his lawyer advised him nol to name Ihe magazine. Of Ihe unexpected meeting between Tale and Zoya. Pouy said, 'The admiral was very gentlananly as he always has been, and Zoya as always was a very gracious lady." Pouy said Tate had inviled the family lo visil him and a trip to Florida was planned after the baby's birlh. "We had a reporter with a nationwide magazine who was staying in Ihe area. He asked if he could get Ihe exclusive rights to Zoya's visit," Pouy said. "We refused and then he The Almanac IK United Press International today is Friday. May 7, Ihe 128lh day of 1976 with 233 lo follow. The moon is in its first quarter. The morning stars are Venus and Jupiter. The evening stars are Mercury. Mars and Saturn Those born on this date are under the sign of Taurus. English poet Robert Browning was born May 7. 1812 This is actress Anne Baxter's Mrd birthday. On this day in-history: In IS15. H97 passengers. 124 of them Americans, were lost when a German U-boal sank Ihe British liner "Lusitania" olt Ihe coast ot Ireland. In IW5. Nazi Germany surrendered on the 2.075th day of World War II. ' BEU.Y DANCE , SUPPLIES itHO FQMJta CATAIMUL AftAKSOUE „ 1 UMKIT. OMIMHT I* 111 UMKIT. OM WOT TO Movntvtew Phio-RMer Ave. t Navgetvck "• for TYlother on her day SAVE On BRAND NAME Shoes No Need To Shop Around- Come direct to the leader. Save time and money. We have over 100 styles of Top Quality Brand Name Shoes to choose from..F!rst Quality and Guaranteed. FAMILY SHOE CENTER Mt, View Plaza-Naugatuck 723-1331 not acquirejl. future expansion'." ..,, wjll be impossible as a practical matter because of lack of land on Ihe existing tract. The area legislators who have been pressing [or positive action on this matter are; Senators Joseph P. Flynn of Ansonia and Robert !„ Julianelle of .MHford: and Representatives Silvio A. Mastrianni of Derby. Paul Pawlak. Sr of Seymour. John P. Sponheimer of Derby and Walter .]. Henderson of Monroe. Several Bills Are Casualties HARTFORD, Conn (UPII Proposals lo give prosecutors more latitude in collecling evidence and allowing persons dissolving a marriage lo charge their spouses with rape were casualties of legislative inaction. Gov. Ella T. Grasso had asked lawmakers lo reduce the degree of immunity which must be granled. in criminal trials, to witnesses who are forced to testify. II didn't have the votes for passage. The change would have allowed authorities lo force a witness to testify and only grant him immunity from prosecution regarding evidence gained through his testimony. t,aw now orders lhat witnesses forced to testify bo given immunity regarding any event testified about. The legislation was designed lo give authorities more latitude in investigations, supporters said. "There wasn't any sentiment for il," said Senate Judiciary Chairman David N'eidilz, D West Hartford Under the existing law. rape charges cannot be brought ! when Ihe alleged assailant and Ihe victim are married lo each other. The proposal allowed to die in the Senate would have permitted women seeking divorces, . annulments or separations to I charge their spouses wilh | sexual assault. Among other legislation that i was nol acted on were bills lhat | would: — Prohibit smoking in I certain public places. — Postpone Ihe June I, 1976 dale by which volunteer ambulance services are required lo I have a certified medical technician attending a patienl al all limes while in the I ambulance. ouwantto • house, VeTl rent you the money. There's a big difference between having a roof over your head and having a roof over your head you can be proud of. After all, your home is one of the most important investments you'll ever make. 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