The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on February 4, 1977 · Page 1
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Atchison, Kansas
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Friday, February 4, 1977
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Naugatuck 91st Year Number 138 Naugatuck, Conn. Established 1885 15c Per Copy 90c Weekly Carrier Today's News In Brief tly Uniled Press International BARNESVILLE, Ohio - Ohio Hep. Wayne Hays took an unknown amount of Dalmane "a commonly prescribed sleeping pill" apparently late Wednesday nighl, his persona! physician, Dr. Richard Phillips, said. Phillips, who said Hays suffers from diverliculilis, described his condition as "guarded", bul added, "We are quile hopeful he will pull through...." Hays is under investigation on charges by a former secretary that he kept her on the congressional payroll just to be his mistress and on other charges that he used federal money to buy personal ilems on overseas trips. The drought in the Midwest and California has reached epic proportion, threatening crops and many farmers, for whom total losses mounted past Ihe SI billion mark. In Texas and Ihe South Atlantic stales excessive rain endangered Ihe winter wheat harvests. WASHINGTON (UPI) - A sweeping bill to tighlen anil- trust procedures, said lo be "Ihe most significant antitrust legislation lo pass the Senate since 1950 ... a monumental piece o! legislation that will long benefit the people of this nation." was passed by Ihe Senale Thursday. A much more limited version of the bill was passed by Ihe House in March. II likely will send the measure to a joint conference committee to work out differences. LUANDA, Angola (UPI1 Three Americans, along with 10 other mercenaries go on trial loday in Angola under blankel charges of committing murder, destruction and other "war crimes." If they are convicted they could be executed by a firing squad. The Americans are Daniel Gearharl. M. o! Kensington, Md., Gary Acker, 21, of Sacramento. Calif., and Argen- tinian-born Gustavo Grillo, of Toms River, NJ. Gearharl and Acker were captured less than four days after they arrived in the country and (heir attorney said neither had even fired a shot. RIO UE JANEIRO, Brazil Plrase lurn lo Page 3 School Custodians Seek Binding Arbitration To Reach New Agreement Dowling Sees Eventual School Population Drop Lt. Carlson Dies; Funeral Monday FERNAND1NA BEACH. Fla. - Ed l.ormand, an Abbeville, La. music teacher at DeKalb College near Atlanla, stts oul from the city marina on a 4.500-mile solo voyage across the Atlantic Ocean to England. He expects lo arrive in Plymouth. England, in two months. Court Reform Measure Signed By Governor By JUAN TAMAYO Court judges, but Mrs. Grasso significant dollars, but higher HARTFORD. Conn. (UPI) - said in the end Ihe state will efficiency will make it possible Ella T. Crasso today save money. to delay consideration of new 'Trie increase in salaries to judges," she said. ['lease turn lo Page I! School Supt. Raymond Dowling anyone's guess, with much last night presented the Board of depending on Ihe amount of Education Ihe school housing construction that takes enumeration report which shows place in Naugatuck within the there is a total of 9,510 persons in next few years, the borough between (he ages of 0 lo 20 years. He informed Ihe hoard allhough the figures are not exact they are close enough to give an intlicalion of what the school population will be in the future. Dow-ling said Ihe point that interests him is lhat the figures, if they hold true, show a dropoff Raymond Carlson, 76, 9! in Ihe school population in the Radnor Ave . iar eiL r ed lieutenanl near future, providing there is no of (|)e Xaugatuc[; Po | icl! Dept great movement of people into died Tnursdav afternoon al the borough. The superintendent noted the student population has been running about 100 students higher lhan any given year's birthrate. He commenled perhaps one of these years there will be a leveling off in the borough's school population. Naugatuck is one of the few- communities in the stale lhal is still experiencing a growing number of students. The ma jority ol towns and cities is laced with a decreasing enrollment and therefore the closing down of vav |[)e school buildings and layoffs of teaching staff. The report shows a larger number of three and (our-year- Board members asked for a Members of the Hoard of Education learned last nighl the Custodians Union has applied for binding arbitration under the new law covering municipal em- ployes, which calls for a third party setting the settlement. The custodians have been working without a contract for two Years, and in a close vote of H to !1 recently rejected, the breakdown in figures according board's final offer. to school districts so they might Supt. of Schools Raymond Dowling was asked if the binding Pleasp turn to Page :i arbitration would cover a settlement retroactive over the l«o years. His response was that his information is that the binding arbitration law only writ into effect this year, and he was told it could only cover this year's negotiations. The board discussed how it would be possible to settle the second year's contract without first settling the prior contract. It was described as trying to build the second floor of a house Waterbury Hospital following £ brief illness. He was born in Naugatuck Maj 1,1900, son of the late Aaron anc Hulda (Carlson) Carlson and hac been a resident of the borough all his life. Carlson was educated in local schools and appointed a supernumerary Oct- •), 1932 and began his 37-year career on the regular force with his appointment on April 4, 1933. Ray, as he was known to most of Ihe townspeople, worked his iks starling as a "beat cop", promoted to a sergeant on Feb. 11,1946, and to lieutenant on July .50. I95J. Ray lown the desk in the stati I'lmr lurn lo I'agi- VI LT. RAYMOND CARLSON Parolee Admits Four Slay ings Gov. Ella T. Crasso today signed a major court reform bill, merging the Common Superior Courl level represents Pleas and Juvenile Courts into the Superior Court. The merger will provide a "logical evolution of court reform," make better use of judicial manpower, avoid overlapping jurisdictions and avert the :.eed for more judges, Mrs. Grasso said. She said one of her concerns NORWICH. Conn. (UPI) - A over the bill — that all criminal Norwich man, paroled lasl case appeals would be taken October from Connecticut State direclly to Ihe Supreme Court prison where he served time — will be corrected by the f or sex-related charges, has legislature next year. admitted slaying al least four Her legal counsel, Aaron youngsters, according to au- Ment, said the correction would ihorities. involve some type of horizontal Robert Frederick Carr HI, 32. appeal lo either a separate part vvas released from the prison in of Ihe Superior Court or lo a Somers Oct. 3 after serving less group of Superior Court judges (dan three years of a four-to- sitting as a panel. eight year sentence, prison Mrs. Grasso signed the bill at officials said Thursday. her morning news conference, Authorities in Hancock Coun- the first time in her IB-month ty, Mississippi, agreed Thurs- old administration she has done da y [ 0 let Florida prosecutors so. handle kidnap and murder It becomes effective in 1977. charges against Carr, who also The bill will cost the slale has claimed he killed a girl and additional money because Ihe buried her in Connecticut, salaries of Common Pleas and Carr earlier led lawmen to hitchhiking when they were picked up. The Norwich Bulletin reported Carr was arrested and originally charged with rape and kidnaping in separate incidents in May 1972, involving a Groton woman and a 15-year- old N'e« Ixmdon girl. The charges were reduced olds are attending nursery fo^Vnyyears'ihwetomeeVihe schools than previously. On this Mjc ^j djrw( (he men on (he report a total ol 157 youngsters in ^ Kmli stli[l this age bracket are shown to be [(c re \ ired from (he {orce in attendmg pre-school classes. 1970 ,, e was a meinber o[ Sa , em Dowling said w-ilh this Lu(hcran church, Shepherd development Ihe school system is $^ em Lodge AF 4- «I Cen- seriously considering changing (( , nr!ia| ^ ' , 00 ,/ and ', he its kindergarten curriculum. Connecticut Slale Police Where in the past, he said, the ^ s(K ,i a( i on first few months of kindergarten He js surv : ived by nis wife Mrs were spent in teaching the Jennj( , ,p[ uderer- , Carlson, a youngsters Ihe social aspects of bro , heri Edwjn Car]son M]> of attending school, they now enter Naui , atucki and several nieccs kindergarten with this ex- and ncpriev ,. 5 perience and are ready for ad- F[mera | serv \ ces mil be held vanced treatment. The enumeration shows the present kindergarten age group to have Ihe largest number of youngsters, 527 five-year olds. The four-year-old number drops 515 with the one-year-olds Please iurnu> Page 3 Borough Gets 16,000 State Grant Gov. Ella T. Grasso announced today lhat a state grant in the amount of S6.000 has been awarded to Ihe Borough of Naugaluck for the operation of a summer Head Start Program In making the announcement Gov. Grasso said: "The major goal of !h< Please turn lo Page :t It it (In r Drive To Start \ Selective Enforcement rogram \sas initiated in tfie oroiJgh today hv Ihe Police lepartment. Deputy Chief Joseph umnia said officers will iperate the radar unit elecliveVy on a daily basis during a 20-hour per tod beginning al 10 a.m. The K\VS ivill publish each clay a isl of those streets uhich have selected for the program for he Following day, For example, on Saturday, June 12, Ihe uml vsill he in .ise at some lime during the day or night on Rubber Ave.. Meadtm St.. Prosper! si., and May St. and Maple Mil] ltd. On Monday, June 11 the streets selected are Rubber Ave.. Scott St.. Meadow St and North Church Si. Summa said il "may seem repetitious on some streets hu particularly in school zones and \\here rear-end collision. are attributed to spcedin radar enforcement i demanded. How true ihese figures will hold. Dowling remarked, is after plea bargaining by his down to 328. which indicates a public defender and Carr decreasing trend, pleaded guilty to lesser charges of deviate sexual intercourse and sexual contact in the first degree, according to the newspaper. He was sentenced Feb. 6, 1973. After his parole, Carr report- Weather edly relumed lo Ihe Norwich area lo his wife and children bul his whereabouts became Juvenile Court judges will be u, e graves of three of Ihe four unknown when he failed lo keep raised lo the level of Superior youngsters he said he killed, an April is Appointment with according to authorities. Police in Miami said all three were [DEATHS| his parole olficer. Please (urn (o Page 3 WASHINGTON' - Prtstttnl Forda—Thursdayhewit, A8HE. MRS. EMMA U appoinl Shirley Temple Black ('72 pholo) as VJS. Oiltl of Protocol with the rank ol ambassador. The one-lime lilm moppet, now 48. will be llie firs! woman lo hold the protocol post from which she will direel formal wining and dining of visiting toreign leaders by Ihe President ani .Secretary of Slale. (UPI) CARI.SON, RAYMOND, 76, of 95 sieves). 94, of 2 Cotlon Hollow Rd.,died June 11,1976. Funeral Saturday al 8 a.m. from the Ralph E. Hull Funeral Home, 161 wesl Church SI., Seymour lo The Church of Good Shepherd for a Mass of Christian burial al 8:30. Burial in Trinity Cemetery, Seymour. Bicentennial Committee Seeking Public Support (See Box on Page 12) Due to the present economy of Jack Smith or Bob Mxon, co- the State and our Town, "the chairmen; any member of the Naugatuck Bicentennial Com- Friaids'maycaTfa I the funeral mitlee ha s lim ited funds lo work home today from 7 to 9 p.m. with. Naugaluck traditionally comes FODfly ANNIANDERS CLASSIFIED COMICS CROSSWORD EDITORIAL HOROSCOPE OBITUARIES SOCIAL SPORTS TV PROGRAMS 10 II 10 ID \ 10 2 S 88.3 11 Radnor A«., cfi ed June 10,1976. Funeral Monday at 11 a.m. at Salem Lutheran Church with the Rev. Lowell Bernard officiating. Burial in Grove Cemetery. Friends may call al Al&rson Funeral Home, 201 MeadowSL, Sunday from 7 to9 p.m. Conlribub'ons may be made in his memory to the Salem Lutheran Church Memorial Fund or the Naugatuck Volunteer Ambulance Corps, P.O. Box 249. ROZALSKI, JOHN, 63, of 24 a.m. at the .. bruski - Sgrillo Funeral Home, 2W North Main SI. Burial in Groire Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home tonight from 7 to 9 p.m. through as evidenced in the 1955 flood disaster, when il was thought the annual Fireman's Convention would have lo be canceled. "The town straightened itself out after the flood and Ihe townspeople rallied to the aid of the firemen making the parade one of the most spectacular events ever held in Connecticut. Now we, the Bicentennial Committee and the Naugatuck Fire Service, are asking the help of every person, organization and business to take part in our Independence Day's Celebrations," vice chairman Joel Dobbin noted. "This is our country's 203th birthday and it is your celebration. Please contact John Vi'. Sullivan, Pageant chairman; WINDSOR LOCKS. Conn. tl'PI) — Conneclicul Slale Forecast: Partly cloudy, hot and humid today with afternoon thunderstorms likely. High temperatures in Ihe upper SOs (o mid 90s. Showers and Ihunderslorms ending lonighl bul remaining partly cloudy. Cooler with low lempfralures in Ihc upper 50s. Saturday variable cloudiness and much cooler. Highs in the mid lo uppfr -OS. Chance of rain 60 per cenl today, 10 per rent tonight and to per cenl Saturday. Southwesterly winds Increasing lo 15 lo 20 miles per hour today, becoming strong and gusty in Ihe vicinUy of thunderstorms. Winds northerly 10 lo IS milrs per hour tonight and northeasterly 10 lo 20 miles per hour Saturday. LAFF-A-DAY , , , organization and business to take ' Bicentennial Committee Naugatuck Fire Service and tell them you want to take part in the celebrations. There are no personal invitations extended, this is an open invitation lo each and every person in Naugaluck, to assist with Ihe Fourth of July Pageanl as well as the spectacular entertainment and acts which will be followed by fireworks." A letter has been received by Mrs. Sue Pcrriello. and on behalf of Ihe Naugatuck Bicentennial Commit tee, she said she would like lo share il wilh Ihe townspeople. "Vi'e now mark Ihe beginning of our Third Cenlury as an Independent Nation as well as the 200lh Anniversary of the American Revolution. For two centuries our Nation has growti, changed and flourished. A !' ll<w come the only mail lhal Please turn to P«ge 2 isn I lale getting to me is bills? PARVTI.I DEI RECIPIENTS —Sit Naugatuck Cub Scoots, members of Pack 109 sponsored by the filendjle Community Club, »ere awarded the Calholic Cub Scout Medal "Parvuli Dei" Sunday in Hartford. Bishop John Hacketl presented Ihe awards during ceremonies at St. Joseph's CalheJTat. Shown lefl to right are David Forchlelli, Francis EMIR, P«lrick Hapier. Richard Brodeur, Duane Begin and Eddie WyscMiuM. iNEWSphotoby F.dnan! No-jinn

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