The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on February 3, 1977 · Page 10
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 10

Atchison, Kansas
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Thursday, February 3, 1977
Page 10
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I Page 10-NAUGATlICK NEWS (Conn.) Thurtday, June 10.1916 Governor Takes Neutral Stance On Gaming Law By JUAN TAMAYO HARTFORD, Conn. (UP!) Gov. Ella T. Grasso says she will remain neutral on a congressional proposal to ban interstate wagering, even though it could cripple Connet- licul'smonlh-oldolf-track-bet- lirg system. "1 see no call to go out and he the champion of gambling in Connecticut," she told a news confacncc Wednesday. Connecticut has no horse tracks of its own and OTB handles New York Slate races. "I am still concerned about the proliferation o! these activities in Ihe state," said Mrs. Grasso, a staunch opponent of all forms of legalized gambling with the exception of Ihe slate lottery. Asked about the revenues lost if the interstate wagering ban is approved, she turned to Deputy Finance Commissioner Anthony Milano and asked him for a report on OTB earnings to date. The burden would not be shifted to taxpayers, Mrs. Grasso said. "We will ry to keep the taxpayers' burden low," she said. Mrs. Grasso also said the Special Revenue Commission's vote earlier Wednesday to license a proposed horse track in Middletown and move to revoke the permit for a Woleolt track made no difference to her. "1 have no more enthusiasm for a track in Middletown than a track in Wolcotl," she said. The governor this year backed an unsuccessful bid to ban horse racing in Connecticut. In other mailers, Mrs. Grasso was asked questions about which Democratic presidential candidate she would back at the New York convention this summer. She has been backing Henry Jackson but published reports that Jackson may be thinking of endorsing Jimmy Carter may change her stance, she said. "I said before there was lots 1 needed lo learn (aboul Carter), and it looks like I'm going lo have to learn quickly," she said, smiling. "But I am not ready to make a slatemenl on this yet." Mrs. Grasso also said the stale's plans to expand public beach facilities were progressing, but some projects would be delayed until next summer because required studies have rat been completed. Frustrated Citizens Blamed For GOP Crisis CRANSTON, R.I. (UPD Alienation of thousands of frustrated Americans who don't bother to vote is part of the reason the Republican party is "in crisis," according to Sen, Charles McC. Malhias, R-Md. "The Republican party loday is in crisis. Our party, once the party of humanity, now claims Ihe allegiance of less lhan 18 ptr cent of the registered voters," Mathias said Wednesday. "If our showing is this poor among registered voters, imagine where we must stand with the tens of thousands of Americans who have grown too cynical, loo apathetic or too frustrated by the political shadow-play of our times to bother lo register." He was Ihe main speaker at a GOP .fund-raiser honoring for- nte Gov. John H. Chaiee who is battling lo succed veteran Sen. John 0. Pastore, D.R.I, on Capitol Hill next year. Mathias said the problem of voter apathy does not rest with the Republican party alone. "These people are Ihe real warning sign. They are Ihe unknown, amorphous growth on the political horizon...they are simply turning their backs in disillusionment of Ihe whole party process. These people sec a political system that has failed to live up to its principles. Their alienation is not a fad. "It's not lhat, having found us wanting, they're turning to the Democratic parly either. Thai might even be a healthy sign. For then, we could hope lhal Ihe pendulum swing of our two-parly system would send them back our way some time," Mathias said. During the American Revolution, approximately 5,000 blacks served in the Colonial army. Democrats Getting Ready To Make Political History at 8 p.m. in Ihe school auditorium. RcpOft Too Much Of A Stretch BY PATRICK 1. K1L1.EN "hands across America" Bicen- CHICAGO (UPD - Plansjto lennial spectacular on July 4 span the United States with a l, a ve been altered somewhat. SPECIAL PROJECT: This is the first of a two-parl series previewing Saturday's six con- gressionaldlslrlct conventions lhat will select Ihe state's Democratic national convention delegation. By PETER A. BROWN HARTFORD, Conn. (UPD Connecticut Democrats Saturday complete seleclion of their national convention delegation, ' but it won't be reminiscent of the traditional gatherings where parly leaders dispensed the posts. Until this year Democrats named their delegates at a state convention run by the iron hand of the late John M. Bailey, who decided what each presidential candidates would receive. But the Democratic National Committee, as part ot a " national reform effort, ordered an end to that and party leaders decided on a two-tier seleclion system that ended the hand-picking of national convention delegates. Party leaders — principally Bailey — previously had parceled out delegate spots by negotiating among candidate representatives, but always making sure the big Democratic names were on the delegation. Under the current system, a May 11 primary selected delegates pledged to various presidential candidates and SUPERIOR Four Jurors Picked Four jurors were chosen yesterday for the trial of Willie Durham, 50, of 64 W'inyah Ave., Waterbury who is charged with larceny and conspiracy to commit larceny in connection with the theft of about $15,000 worth of shoes from (be Uniroyal Footwear warehouse. After the four jurors were picked the case was recessed until June 16 at 2 p.m. when selection of the other two jurors will take place. COMMON PLEAS COURT The following cases were disposed of yesterday before Judge Walter M. Pickctt Jr.: Glenn .Johnson, 25, ,of ( , 13 H seems a coasl-to-colfct junr,egistercd .:mot,or l .yeh\cle,... | handholding is not quite fe'SsH operating without motorcycle He. """'licenses and reckless driving. Instead, Chicago attorney railed. Marvin Rosenblum said, the Thomas Nelson, 20, of 93 Aetna project is being restructured, St., disorderly conduct, nolled. the focus changed, Ihe chain Steven Snyder, M, of 118 Ward into dominated congressional dele- Jackson supporter Giaimo - is seeking a representatives to give her a those representatives meet ^ Saturday in congressional dis- As a result many 01 ine trict conventions to name the bigger political names in ure 51-member national delegation. sla|e aren 't even trying to M The advent of a primary- Regales and only one memoer caucus system forced the big of ? he slate's Democratic- name state polit'" 1 fi S ures to fend for themselves because delegates lo the six district conventions (or the most part owe no allegience to bosses. Party officials and officeholders, for years held together by Bailey's magic political touch, went their own way. Splits like the one that saw Gov. Ella T. Grasso and William O'Neill, her handpicked state party chairman, on different sides of Ihe fence were a result. Most took sides before the primary voting and many found party ^ lheir place are persons [ike Stanley Weinberg and Amy Brennan, who aren't household naraes in their own neighborhoods and have never held political office. Weinberg owns a Manchester car wash and has been organiting the slate for Jimmy Carter since back when the former Georgia governors teeth weren't a favorite target of political cartoonists. Miss Brennan was Udalls r „ • MISS nremidn ni« themselves supporting losing s[ate coordinator, having taken candidates, with no John Bailey time o( j , roro her job as a real on hand lo make sure they ^^ a g ent | 0 organize a were given a delegate spot surpris j n giy strong second- anyway, place primary campaign that Even Gov. Ella T. Grasso s a|raos( ^amc a major polili- status is uncertain because she siaius is um-«-i»H." •-• r- - - cal upset. backed Henry Jackson, who did , Tomorrow; not (Jo well in the primary. The leader of Morris Udall's forces isn't sure he can convince enough of his people to go along with a proposed compromise worked out among the candidate Candidates scramble to pick up as many of Ihe slate's 51 delegate spots as possible, will- the results expected lo be similar - but not a duplicate of the .May 11 primary votingl. ANDROPHY'S SALE (NEWSphotobyDonCousty) divided. into more workable links and Ihe date moved back, probably to Oct. 3. Rosenblum, 33, Ihe "mind" behind the "hands," wanted St., breach of peace, nolled. Waller Kimmer Jr., 20, 34 Kosko La., breach of peace and threatening, nolled. The following case was uemuu me ii<iinu, Yroiut« «„ e unbroken chain of handholding disposed of before Judge JoAnne cilizens stretching from the « Kulawicz: Atlantic lo the Pacific. But lhat, he said, required organization, which in turn required money — and very little was forthcoming. Now, he said, "the uninterrupted chain aspect is being r . . made secondary to the involve- Woria Daniel E. Zubanch, 39, of 10 Cotton Hollow Rd., original charge operating under the influence of liquor or dnigs, fined 5100 on substitute charge ot reckless driving. How Convenient Can Banking Be? Come to Naugatuck Savings Bank and See. ment of cities, towns, villages, wherever they may be." Besides, the unbroken chain idea "excluded about 60 per cent of the country," Rosenblum said. He said he had had com- tlainls from persons in such ilaces as Casper, Wyo., and Seattle, Wash., saying they wanted to participate. Now they an. Rosenblum is looking forward o a number of scattered communities forming their own ndividual chain with the emphasis Ihe same: "We are all fellow citizens and brothers." "We're going to try lo get a congressional proclamation having Sunday, Oct. 3, declared 'Hands Across America Day.'" Rosenblum said. The date, he said, would be in the "fall doldrums" with few vacations taking away school children and others wanting to participate. Right oil Ihe bat, your savings account will be earning the highest possible mleresl 5Vj » yearly with a 5.47% effective annual View- higher than any commerical bank can pay. But that's only Ihe beginning. You can also enjoy... The convenience ol free checking. As a savings depositor, you are entitled to free checking No minimum balance or monthly charges, no limit on the number of checks. And how convenient it is to do all your bankmg in one visit. The convenience of 24-hour banking. Wilh your Nauqatuck Savings Convenience Card, it s like having a bank that never closes. You insert your card into'the almost-human machine at our Mount View Shopping Plaza office. Day or nighl seven days a week, Ihe machine lets you make withdrawals up to SICK) per day in multiples ol $25, make deposits in your checking or savings account, make loan payments, transfer money from savings to checking or vice versa. Besides lhal, your Convenience Card lets you buy travelers checks free, saves you money on cashier's checks, and gives you identification for cashing checks or making withdrawals. High interest savings, free checking, Convenience Card: We've done everything humanly possible lo make banking convenient lor you. Isn'l it time you took advantage of convenient banking? UNDER With Ella's Veto HARTFORD, Conn. (UPD Secretary of Ihe State Gloria Schaffer, a candidate for the Dernocralic U.S. Senate nomination, said she favors decriminalization but not legalization of marijuana. If elected, she said, "This would not be one of my first priorities. But for very small quantities, for personal use, let's decriminalize it," she said Wednesday. "Let's let the law enforcement people do the heavy serious work they want to do. There's too much time lost on Ihis subject now," she added. Mrs. Schaffer said she disagreed with Gov. Ella T. Grasso's «to last week of a bill which would have reduced possible jail terms for marijuana possession. Her comments came in a broadcast interview on WHCN _ radio. "We moke banking human." Naugatuck Savings Bank 251 CHURCH STREET, MM. to Ihurs. 9-3; Fri. 9-5:30 • MOUNTVIEW SHOPPING PLAZA, Won. lo Wed. X Fri. 10-5; Tluirs. 10-? OXFORD OFFICE (Little Rivet Country Stores) 35 Old State Rd, Mon.-Ttmrs. 94; Fn. M 3341 OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 12:00 - 3 P.M. We Havs Just Completed a Weather Tight Shell on a Ranch Sttfe Home in Natifjatuck and we invite you to See it. COME SEE • QUALITY MATERIALS • EXCELLENT WORKMANSHIP .CUSTdM DESIGN ASK ABOUT > AVAILABLE BUILDING LOTS • OUR DO IT YOURSELF PROGRAM . HOW WE CAN CUSTOM DESIGN YOUR NEW HOME-— DIKKTrOfC: W">"«IK" I « " •> Lrtl T<n "» *•'* it , S!) 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