The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on January 25, 1977 · Page 1
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Atchison, Kansas
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Tuesday, January 25, 1977
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I'agcZ-NAUGATUCKNKWS (Conn.I Thursday, June3,1976 Obituaries Anthony L. Giordano WATKHTOWX - Anthony 1,. Giordano, 76. dV 73 Pullcn Ave., Oakvillc, died Wednesday at St. Mary's Hospital after a hricf illness. lie was born in Italy April 15, 1900. son of the late Joseph and .Maria i Uosa) Giordano, lie came to this country and the Water lairy area TO years ago. He was a communicant ol St. Mary Magdalen Church and until his retirement in 1%5 \vas employed as a machinist at Ihe Waterb'ury r'arrcli C'o. lie leaves his widow Mrs. Funeral KAYMOM) K. IIKSSKTTK SH WATEIUHJHY - The funeral of llavmonit E. Bessette St., n, o! 1680-10 Mcriden Itoad, will be held Friday al 8:30 a.m. from Ihe Frigon Funeral Home, C8 East Clay St. to SS. Peter and Paul Church for a Mass at 9. Friends may call at the funeral home today from 2 to •! and 7 to 9 p.m. YGOP Meeting June 10 The Naugaluck Young Republicans third Annual Memorial Day Picnic was held al Hop Brook Park, May 31. Sharing in the festivities were Cong. Konatd A. Sarasin and Stale Itep. Nral llanlon. Newly elected chairman Mrs. Anita lion-ley announces the club's next regular monthly meeting will lx held June 10, at Hie State Notional Hank, Rubber Are., 8 p.m. Appointments for membership, newsletter, and historian committees will be m.ide at Ms meeting. New members areurgedlo join at (Jiis time and potential members are always welcomed to attend meetings. The Humane Society ot the United States puts the number of dogS in the U.S. al M million. licrnicc (Coscia) Giordano, a son JosephGiordanoolNaugaluck;a daughter, Miss Marie Giordano of Oakville, and a brother, Ralph . Giordano of H'aterbury; a' grandchild and several nieces and nephews. The funeral will be held tomorrow at 9:15 a.m. from the O'Neill Fuiural Home, 742 Main St., Oakvillc, to St. Mary Magdalen Church for a Mass at 10. Burial will be in Ml. Olivet Cemetery, Waterlown. Friends may call at the funeral borne today from 2 to •1 and 7 lo 9 p.m. Walerbury Agency Cited By Auditors HARTFORD, Conn. (DPI) Stale auditors say Ihe Waler- bury Regional Center for mentally handicapped persons had such lose control over its finances il didn't get 52,800 owed lo it by Ihe federal government. The auditors, in a review of Hie agency's books for the 1973, 1974 and 1975 fiscal years, also said Tuesday the agency spent $1,959 without proper authorization and failed to keep minutes of its meetings. The $2,800 tost were federal reimbursements [or fringe benefits paid lo agency em- ployes, the auditors said. Such benefits are paid out of state funds and are recovered later from the federal government. The $1,959 was used for an equipment purchase, they said, without the approval of the state finance commissioner required for all state purchases of more than $500. The auditors also said they were concerned with the Parents and Friends Association of Waterbury liegional Center, which raises funds for the center. The group is not part of state government but its books are kept by Center employes and therefore (he state may be liable for any problems, they said. f Plan Board ^ Today's News Continued From Page 1 Continued From Page 1 increased and flow towards Ihe of Spain personally presented town road. While it was pointed the collected to be exhibited in conjunction with the nation's Bicentennial celebration. The exhibit, titled "Christopher Columbus and His Time," will be open to the public for Ihe rest of the year al the Smithsonian's National Museum REVIEW PLANS — Mrs. Beverly Krenesky and Jack Betkoskl, chairmen respectively of the Horizons '76 Committee and (he Bicentennial Committee, met yesterday at Matthies Park (o discuss Fourth ol July plans tor Ihe formal dedication of the park and the band-stand. The bandstand Is a replica of the one which once slood on Main SI. and ollered townspeople hours of entertain m«nt. The dedication Is part ol the town's Bicentennial celebration. (N EWSphoto by Don Cous ey) Regional Directory Available out drain pipes installed by Ihe town are available, the question of whether (he additional drainage from the construction site will overburden the present system, it was agreed, must be resolved before further action is taken by the commission. The application of Ronald Beausoleil, developer of Deer Run Acres on Slrailsville Rd., was approved. Beausoleil of the Firsite Corp. plans to build 10 homes at the site and commissioners agreed the information provided was sufficient to send on to the 'engineer for his consideration. Forsite's application for the development of a subdivision called Prospect Acres, also off of Straitsville Rd., was not approved by the Chesprooott Health District relative to drainage questions, and the proposed development's possible impact on Ihe Connecticut Water Co. reservoir located nearby also concerns commissioners. Chesprocott's view of the situation .will be aired at the commission's next meeting, Vincent Piazza, who hopes to build a four-lot subdivision off Oak lane, must provide more information and detailed description on Ihe proposal before his application will be accepted. Piazza will also have to submit plans to the Inland Wetlands Commission relative to the construction of a pond at the site which it is h'oped will resolve some of (he drainage problems in the development area, for 1W approval. of History and Technology, end advance material WASHINGTON (UPJ) - England has sent the oldest surviving original of Britain's Magna Carta, regarded as the foundation of common law, for public display in conneclion with America's Bicentennial. The Magna Carta, dated 1215 and signed by King John, will be displayed for one year in the rotunda of the Capitol. A British delegation headed by Ihe lord chancellor, Lord Elwyn-Jones, will formally present Ihe document to Congress today. LONDON (UPI) - The British pound dived to a new low of 51.1150 against the dollar at one point Wednesday, although it rallied at the close of trading to $1.72625. Its devaluation against the currin- cies of 10 major Irading nations since December 1971 now has worsened to a record 41.2 per cent. Chancellor of the Exchequer Denis liealey, in a nationwide .broadcast gave no indication what the government intends to do to curb public spending, but said the important thing is "to keep our nerve and not panic." Matthies Park Dedication Slated BEACON FALLS - Bicen- thai will be erected by and tcnnial Committee Chairman dedicated on that day. Jack Betkoski and Horizons In "Soda and tat dogs will be Committee Chairman Mrs. availablebulbringaboxlunchor Beverly Krenesky, met plan lo cook your own on one of yesterday at Matthies Park lo Ihe Iliirly fireplaces. Bring a discuss plans for the formal comfortable folding chair so that Planning Agency (CNVRPA) and OTTAWA (UPI) - Canada's with the death of Joseph Seregi, dedication of (he Park which is you can spend the day al an old is available to the public at no Culture Minister Hugh Faulkn- who was found hanging by a slaled July 4 as pan of Ihe town's fashioned Picnic in the "PARK" charge. The Director includes Ihe er told the House of Commons nylon rope from the ceiling of Bicentennial celebration. onthc4lhof July with your neigh- names, address and telephone Tuesday he reads girlie maga- his room. In the room they numbers of local officials and zines such as Penthouse and found a map wilh the word members of local legislative boards, commissions, com A revised Regional Director has been published by the Central Naugatuck Valley Regional GIRLIE MAG FAN' MANAUS, Brazil (UPI) Police are searching for West German karate expert, Peter Gerhard Brauer, in connection In addition, a new bandsland bors and friends," the chairmen which will be constructed al the said. pnrk will also be dedicated. The ~ T ,, 0 ~w U . UJ , ^,.,,,,,3.,^:,:,, v.u tll - projcct will recreate the old jYliHllSOll SoilOOl m i' lees an( ' agencies, as well as .— .,_.„., ._ ..-, „. ^ ""* mee , in g schedules tor these bandstand on Main St. _. _ >"t^t,u s .jmtuuica i wi urcac Part of the joint festivities ml) OOiirdTo AppCfll or ?aniiations in Ihe CNV Region. include ottering a souvenir plate * ' Copies can be obtained by in limited edition of historical Tiiifimi value.Theplalcwillbcmadcola * UUIOn fcwler-like material and will || ARTFORrj Conn picture the bandstand and Ihe ^ ^^ Qf ((]e Ti ., ^ j- .- S**™ 1 Board said he The afternoon probaM> , appM| [h{ ^ Board of Education decision cancelling luilion charges for students with deprived backgrounds. After (he 7-1 board vote will A COMFORTABLE CHAIR IS WHAT HE'LL LOVE Get him one for FATHER'S DAY Sun., June 20th You'll find the greatest selection for immediate delivery at Carlson's Stiatoliner Chairs from '129 La-2-Boy Retainers ffom ! 219 Every cbaii reduced Free delivery and .terms restivities will consist of a Jazz Band called the Ncvv Easy Riders from the Bridgeport area from 1 to 5 p.m. followed by a Country Western Hand from 6 toy p.m. on Ihe replica of the oM bandstand ..,"' 1 " . . . 1--± , Wednesday some board members said Uiey believed the tuition was charged to hamper the A Better Chance program, for "qualified students «i|ji potential who come from deprived backgrounds." Charles Cotlrell, Madison chairman, said his board would probably appeal the decision in court. The Madison board and ABC have been in court several times since the program began in 1970 and were recently told to have the stale board settle their differences. The program, while not intended for black students only, is all-black in Madison, according to Harriet Kofrich- ler, Madison ABC president. She said only one other ABC program in the country pays tuition. The program paid $1,060 tuition for each student. The Madison board claimed Ihe charge ivas based on a policy o( charging all nonresident students, but the board found it was levied arbitrarily on the six ABC students. Naugatuck Church St. Thins. & Fri. A to 8:30 P.M. - [taing the CNVHPA at 757-0535, or by writing to them at 20 East Main street, Waterbury, Connecticut OC702. Municipalities in the Central Naugatuck Valley Region are: Beacon Falls, Bethlehem, Cheshire, Middlebury, Naugaluck, Oxford, Prospect, Soulhbury, Thomaston, Walerbury, Watertown, Wolcolt • and Woodbury. Oui but not news magazines "gold" on it such as Time and MacUan's. The police say Brauer may In a reference to Faulkner's have killed Seregi, a natural- legislation, which stripped the ized American, (o protect Ihe Canadian edition of Time whereabouts of Ihe gold, magazine ol lax advantages Authorities are planning to given domestic publications, begin a search of the Jutai area Conservative Member of Par- Friday, where Brauer is liament Benno Friesen said, believed to be, but since the "Why it is that he (Faulkner) area is outside effective radio is anxious to preserve a choice communication range, they will between Penthouse and Oui but not be able lo provide further not between Time and Ma- information on the case until clean's?" their return to Manaus in Ihe Faulkner replied, "because I middle of June, read Ihe fornrrr and not the latter." ' ^ • •--"• •" " •'- ' -"• -I *A * •; ..• i _.t Coast Guard Cadet Quits For Cheating ' NEW LONDON, Conn. (UPI) - A Coast Guard Academy spokesman said a senior, or first classman, resigned prior lo graduation today because of involvement in a cheating scandal. The spokesman, LI. Charles H. King, said five other sophomore cadets, or third classmen, were accused of cheating and asked to resign. He said they neither resigned nor appealed Ihe resigation request. The first class cadet was found guilty of cheating on an examination and was asked lo resign. The others were accused of cheating on a physics examination. "All of Ihe cadets involved, the one first classman, or senior, and Ihe five third classmen, or sophomores, had their cases referred lo Ihe executive board," King said. That board is made up of senior academy faculty and staff. "The result of that is they were asked lo resign. The first classman has submitted his resignation. The others have not submitted their resignations yet, cor have they submiited letters of appeal, which is their right." King said, "I expect the cadets themselves will be making a decision in the next few days on what they plan to do." ' The cases were before the executive board two weeks ago. The academy did not divulge the names of those involved. A spokesman said the school believed the six were Ihe only ones involved in cheating and no furhter probe was expected. HARTFORD, Conn. (UPI) The Menial Health Department's policy-setting board says Ihe department's budget has been "scverly squeezed in recent years" and needs more money. The Board of Mental Health Wednesday said the budget situation was made worse by Ihe last General Assembly's requiring that $515,000 be spent for alcoholism (reatment services. By mandating how Ihe money was to be spent, the legislature created a "classic case ot robbing Peter to pay Paul," Die group said. STEAM CLEAN your own carpets BINT DUB UlNSfHVAC-tfii niw J compact urpn chining tnichuit iTtt! 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TWO OFFICES TO SERVE YOU Hours Main Office • 21 Maple Street Monday, Tuesday, 4 Wednesday 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Thursday & Friday 9:00 a,m.-6:00 p.m. E3st Side Office -1007 He* Haven Road Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 10:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M Thursday 10:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M Friday 10:00 A.M. to 5:00 PJ

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