The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on January 25, 1977 · Page 3
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Page 6 - NAUGATL'CK NEWS (Conn.) Thursday, June 3.19J6 Auditors Continued From Page 1 Greenwich Conlinued from Page 1 selllement, Donohue said, but it Karmington and Baran said he ^ bypasses a regulation requiring hoped to have more information governors to approve all debl "later in the day." negotiations after Ihe deparl- . Baran said Ihe Iwo women ment makes ils legal debt "appeared to be in their 30s determinations. and are not related. We think Donohue said the department we know who they are but are should first establish the legal withholding names until we are debt, Ihen proceed lo negotiate positive" it if il wants lo, a procedure The chiel said, "There was which would require the gover- no forced entry into house. All nors' approval. doors and windows were secure Donohue and Decker also There was no break in, no recommended (he following burglary and no robbery. Bolh steps to improve the deparl- women were fully clolhed." mail's conlrol over lax collet- No gun was located in Ihe lions: t house, said the chief, who — Require all Connecticut described (he area of Ihe l»o corporations lo posl bonds Jo story, four bedroom home at 60 insure payment of laws in (Re Perkins Road as "substantial' event the firms go broke or out The home is located in a quiet of business or leave the state, middle class neighborhood of Information Commission Will Get Needed Funds HARTFORD, Conn. (UPI) - plan to lengthen Ihe state work The state Freedom of Informa- week from 35 to 40 hours, lion Commission will get a leading lo reductions in the $22,000 budget for next fiscal stale work force and overtime S«a'r, Finance Commissioner payments. The legislature re- Jay 0. Tepper said today. jected the proposal. The allocation ended a The secretary of the states dispute in which Ihe commis- office will provide the commission charged ils original $3,600 sion with staff, office equip- budget did not allow it to do its ment and other supplies worth work. about »,000, Tepper said. It is charged wilh ruling on Although the commission is cases involving public access an independent state agency, to government information. ils budget is included as part of Tepper said an extra $15,000 the secretary of Ihe slate's would come from a $10.5 budget, million special fund in next Grant! Jurors year's $!.8 billion budget, and ^ c «'^ ^ page , — llequirc holders of special fuel licenses, who pay state fuel taxes on a quarterly basis, lo post bonds for the same purpose when they have histories of being delinquent in their tax payments. — fax Deparlment auditors should be given Iheir assignments in prenumbered forms, so supervisors can keep better Irack of unfinished assignments ncaring the end of the statute of limitations. — Better records' should be kepi of cigarette lax slamps issued. The auditors said (he shoddy records made il impossible for them to reconcile cigarette lax revenues with lax slamps issued. TIIEASUUE SI'OT PADRE ISLAND. Tex. (UPI) — This Gulf Coast vacation spot is a big favorite with treasure hunters. An estimated 515,000 in coins have been found on Padre Island beaches. A fortune estimated al S2 million in gold and silver coins reportedly lies off the coast in sunken ships. (his wealthy suburb aboul 30 miles from New York city. Police were senl lo Ihe Klein home to find why no one had come to school lo pick up Ihe unidenlified 6-year-old who lived in the house. They left when no one responded but other officers returned Iwo hours later. They entered Ihe house- about 8 p.m. Ihrough a window and discovered the bodies. TTie boy was turned over lo juvenile authorises. A SALUTE TO AMERICAN MUSIC was the theme of the Bicentennial Concert presented recently by students of Prospect Slreet School. The Flrsl Grade sang Indian songs (above pholot. Also presented were songs of the Pioneers, work songs, ballads and spirituals and songs of the century. Music Director was Mrs. Ruth Vast. (NEWSphoto by Edward Newman) H MAO MIKE SAYS... 11)11 YliHIlS LIFE OF limn DRIVEWAY Protects asphalt against disintegration from sun, weather, , oil, gasoline 5 gallons $ 6 95 o jir $795 Sand Mix / R 160 Rubber Ave. 729-7200 COMMON PLEAS COURT Ricky Emmons, 19, formerly of \Vatcrbury and whose last address was listed as 695 Qu«n St., Soulhington, will serve one- year in jail and was placed on probation for one year on nine criminal and one motor vehicle ciiarge yesterday. Emmons, who had been arrested recently by Naugatuck Police after he allegedly purchases a motorcycle in the borough with a $1,000 check thai was stolen in Nonvalk, was given one-year sentence in three separate cases on charges of assault and two counts of larceny, six monthsenlences in four other cases on four counts of larceny, with all sentences lo he served concurrently, and in Iwo other ca ses on cha rges of criminal mischief and larceny he was given six-month suspended jail sentences and probation for one year, with those sentences lo run concurrently wilh a 30-day sentence imposed on a charge of operaling a motor vehicle white his license was'under suspension, and concurrently" with all other sentences. He was granted nolles on two counts of burglary, larceny, forgery, issuing a bad check, and three motor vehicle counts, and imposition of sentence was suspended on a charge of operating an unregistered motor vehicle. Nolle Granted TerranceGrickis. no age listed, of 128 Maple Hill Rd, was WETHERSFIEU) - Random granted a nolle yeslerday on a S P° 1 inspections during April charge of disorderly conduct, rcvealKl M8 « hi<: l<s ° ut ° f '°. w inspected were issued defective TRUDEAU T1HED brake warnings, Motor Vehicle VANCOUVER, Canada (UPI) Commissioner Stanley J. Pac - Prime Minister Pierre said loday as he released Ihe Trudeau, slung by a newsman's inspection schedule for June, question wheiber he planned lo "Faulty brakes have been retire because he seemed tired foundinnationalstudieslobeone and "bitchy," said Tuesday he of tfi e major mechanical causes had planned to give up the job. 'of accidents," Ihe Commissioner "Yes, 1 am very bilchy and added. "In viewoflhisstatistic, I lerribly lired," Trudeau lold a would Ihink Connecticut drivers news conference. "PreKy soon ""oufd I* eager '" participate in Ihe MVD voluntary brake in- billion budget, and the secretary of the stale's office will give Ihe commission about $4,000. Tepper was ordered lo find the extra money Wednesday by Gov. Eila T. Grasso after commission members threatened to ask private sources for Ihe needed funds. Mrs. Grasso said Wednesday she had ivanled to give Ihe commission a $15,000 budget next year, and the legislature's approval of $3,600 was' a misunder standing. The commission's budget request was inadverlenlly led oul of Ihe budget package submilled early this year, Tepper said, and "supplemental budget requests" totaling $15,000 were submitted later. quash was not heard because Cohen was tied up with another case. In a motion filed by Cohen, the defense charged the Grand Jury "was tainted and defective" because it was selected in an unconstitutional manner and was not a fair cross-section of (he population. He asked lhal Ihe indiclment be dismissed because, among other reasons, no member of the bar was present and Avcollie was nol notified that Ihe Grand Jury was lo hear evidence in UK dealli of his wife. On May 21, New Haven Counly High Sheriff Henry Healey was called lolestify. He said Ihe usual method of picking a grand jury from a computerized lisl corn- pled in Middletown was not used s^tKTu: ^= « ^ his subcommittee's policy lo nexl day. He swd he picked Ihe v - members from a list of people who had previously served on grand juries, calling them by telephone. Judge Levine pointed out to Cohen during that session that there is'no requirement that a member of the bar be on the grand jury and there also is no requirement that Ihe accused has lobe summoned beforethc grand deny all supplemenlal budget reCjUesls. Tepper said (he extra $15,000 will come from a $10.5 million fund approved to account for an expected drop in the state payroll that failed to materialize. The budget was drafted on the assumption lawmakers would approve Mrs. Grasso's jury. - ANDREW AVENII&; SCHOOL STUDENTS ^recently presented Itielr sixth annual sprEg concert "Happy Birthday, America" at the school auditorium. Segpod grade students of Ihe classes of Mrs. Lapefriere and Mrs'. McCor'mlck 'areifaowi aKove'dorijfjfa number entitled "City Blues ( 'l The t-'Ilappei.^t rigM'te-Tammy Ril«uski. I.VElVSphoto by Don Co'usey) 156 CHURCH 5T.-NAUGATU< OPEN MON.-SAT. 9:30-5:30 ,„„ r . I FBI. N1TE 'TIL 8:30 P.M. 729-58101 Announcing New Store Pol FOR THE DURATION OF STRIKE . 10% OFF TAKE AMY ITEM I" 'HE STORE; Inspections 1 am going lo relire from this job." He added: "Supposing I was going to rclire nexl Chrislmas, do you Ihink ! would be telling you guys?" He said that would be nc way lo run a government wilh cabinetminislers, government backbenchers and opposition members mobilizing for a possible lakeover. "Lei's say 1 will relire in the nexl 100 years," Trudeau said. "Or perhaps I will give you three weeks' notice." Tel. 888-2272 Take Rte. 8 to Rte. 67, Oxford FRIDAY* SUPER. TWIN ; 6.95 OPEN SALAD BAR ALL YOU CAN EAT! spection program." Commissioner Pac noted, however, thai Ihere appears lo be some reservalion on the part of those stopped during the inspection process to have Ihe additional inspection. "It is a simple procedure lo ensure a safe operaling car for the motorist," he pointed out. "Any driver whose vehicle passes the visual brake inspection and whose odometer shows ovier 25,000 miles may participate. Simply take the card offered by the Inspector, proceed lo any of Ihe listed official inspection stations within 10 days, and a complete brake inspection will be performed. There is no cost lo the motorist and no penalty will be assessed by MVD if any defects are found. II is Itien up lo the driver lo determine what repairs will be made to assure a safeoperating vehicle." Another spol check is slated in Naugatuck on Thursday, June 17. Cocaine was an ancient Indian stimulant. Colombian Indians, before Ihe arrival o! Columbus, took gold pots of cocaine mixed wilh ash inlo Ihe fields lo be able to put up wilh a hard diay's work. Mastroserio &Sons Interior & Exterior Painting Quick Dependable Service teonable Rates For Free Estimates Call Mi INSTANT LOTTERY FINALISTS ARE COMING JUNE 9. If you were one of the tlionsaiulsof ]*op!e who claimed [nslanl Match 7li winning tickets by Hit 1 May 11 deadline, your whole life could change on JmiL* [1.11i;it's (he day the Connecticut Lollery picks tlir luuliMs for Ihe Iji.w*! f!rai«l Prize in its •I war history. $1.000 a week for life (starling no earlier (han nj;e l.S) with a guaranteed minimum of $1 million. Plus a $5U.(XX) second prize. And S runner up prizes of SS.OOO each. All tlie eligible tickets arc nnw equally divided in a nviml>er ol containers. At the Insl.inl Match Tfi I'm.ilisl drauinj! one lickot will Ix? drawn from c.ich container and put in 3 special drum. From ilu: drum Ihe 1(1 finalists will IK- drawn and jcnl on lo the (irand Prize drawing. You can join ihe excitement al the Finalists Drawing June!). at Kf2 Silas l)canc Highway, corner of Jordan Line. Wclhcrsfielrl. Il starts at !! a.m. and the names ol ihe 10 finalists should be known by 11 a.m. 'ITien follow the lucky len to Ihe Crrmil Prize drawing. 12 o'clock noon. June 23, al Ihe Hartford Civic Center. And if you've got any tickets entered, good luck. INSTANT MATCH 76 CONNECTICUT'S LOTTERY Slilf tow: you rr.iM be KS UM:* ur older to p;ircln~e ft

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