The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on February 4, 1977 · Page 5
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 5

Atchison, Kansas
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Friday, February 4, 1977
Page 5
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Stripper Party Blamed For Cadet's Dismissal XAI'GATITK NEWS (Conn.) Friday, NEW LONDON, Conn. (UI'll — A former Coast (luard cadet says liis refusal lo attend a stag |«rty featuring a stripper ma; have had something to do with his l«ing asked to leave the Academy. The complaint was broadcast by radio station \VNLC Wednesday as official investigations continued into another matter — a cheating incident that resulted in the resignation of a senior atid official accusations against four others The radio station reported former cadet John Kowalski of West Haven, svas asked lo leave the service academy Ihrec months ago alter failing an "adaptability aptitude poll" taken among his peers. Kowalski, who said he had maintained a 1! average, described the poll as "a [jopularity contest." The station quoted Kowalski, wl*> iwvv ss'orks as a security guard, ELS saying "his strong religious convictions" and failure lo atlemt Ihe stag parly "may have tiad something lo do" with his forced resignation. Acting Academy Commandant Itolxrt S Tune-ski confirmed Kowalski's departure liut declined lo discuss specifics of the case, other than saying lie knew of no such party. Tuiicski said a typical entering class eventually could. cx|x.'ct "five or seven" cadets to I* "weeded out" for failing the noil, which encompasses "academics, aptitude and conduct." Kowalski said the stripper's costume was taken by another cadet after lier nighttime performance and upperclassmen ordered underclassmen to slay awake unlil it was found. "It was completely childish," Kowalski was quoted. "Hut it's up to them, what type of entertainment they want to watch. I was rather perlurbcd about it myself." Kowalski said he did not appeal his case. "At the time the thought ot gelling out seemed a little hit bettor lhan staying there hecause of the injustices," he said. Tunoski said aptitude difficulties. he said, include a cadet's "personality problems" with others and "inability to gel along williin the system." "I see no cause for alarm," Tuneski said. "The poll provides guidelines in which aptitucte for service can \K looked into." Banker Indicted By Grand Jury NEW HAVEN. Conn. (UPIi - liichard M, Hitter. 47, former vice-president of a Bridgeport bank, has been indicted by a federal grand jury im charges he received bribes while disbursing SI 7 million in fradulent loaas. The H-count indictment Wednesday charged the Fairfield resilient - (ornier senior vice president and senior loan officer of 1'onncclicul National Hank - with receiving gifts tn arrange loans to Ilirro Waler- burv construction firms The indictment said he received S4.5UO in cash, a SUOO car. a trip to Florida. SI,33) in air corulitioimig equipment and a paint jot) for bis house, through middleman Carl lia- rone ill Joystunc Corp and Marc C.'onslruction Co. The two linns received SCI5.000 in loans, while UK Kopcstouc Corp gol loans of S1.128.IHIO Hitter resigned from the tank in l'JT-1. K convicted, he faces nfl years in jail and a $7(1.000 fine for the offenses Bus Driver Cleared By Education Dept. MAHTFOUD. Conn. (UPIl ..... indicate. ll» children may have The stale Education Depart- l.'cn looking al an air brake mail has cleared a school bus pressure gauge which operates drivxr of charges he was drunk helwccn 00 and 120 pounds |ier anif speeding when he Iran- square inch." said lloroschak. sported deaf stuilents from the "I his may have caused them ID that Mvslic Oral School. The department plans no further investigation into Ihe charges after receiving a slate police report clearing the bus miles per worry traveling al l«l Imur " He said the Motor Vehicle nonce repm. v.v G — Department tested UK bus and driver l)r S'cler lloroschak, was only able to attain a speed depulv'commissioner of educa- of f,fi mite per hour because lion said \Vendesday. the 1ms is equipped with a \ndrew Vorra of Walerlonl governor. The lop speed written was Ihe subject of complaints on UK' speedometer is 90 miles K- parc-nls of several students an hour, who rate the bus May 14 from "Prom Ihe information we Mvslic to Hranford on a trip have received, no further inme for Ihe weekend. in; estimation is warranted. Twentv-three students signed lloroschak sain. a separate form saying Vorra lloroschak said his depart- had been "opcratinfi Ihe bus in merit's investigation showed a a reckless manner and speed- school employe spoke to Vorra ing while unrler 11* influence of before the bus trip and milling "'itoToschak said he was lold pearance or actions to indicate the stale police investigation IK may have Isen under Ihe found lhat Vorra had not been influence of alcohol drinking and had not exceeded A spokesman for Ihe Kaslcrn ZVud limit on the weekly Bus Co. in Hollon which tarWlrip l««*s "rricc lo the school The information we have said Vorra had t>cen assigned Io other routes Man Jailed For Shooting Cliicfs Son Mountview Shopping Plaza Rubber Avenue Naugatuck, Conn master charge THE THANK YOU STORE OPEN 10 A.M. TO 9 P.M. DAILY SALE ENDS 6/12/76 SAVE ON EVERYTHING FOR THE GOOD LIFE! Summer Specials! Horosctiak said despite the favorable report about Vorra. the company indicated it probably would not put Vorra hack on the route lo avoir! any further tSfticullies with students. NEW HAVES. Conn. I UI'll - Sheldon Yates. 27. of New Haven was sentenced 124 lo 25 years in jail in connection with ^ ^ the shooting and attempted robbery of Benjamin Ililieto. 2B. (iovcrnor Klla T. CJrasso has of llaiiidcn son of police chief disapproved some bills passed by Iliagio Dilielo. the last regular session of the A jtirv convicted him ol first General Assembly which ad- degrec 'assault and attempted j ourno d May 5 and has called for robbery. Two other New Haven lhe legislators to reconvene on men originally charged with Monday. June 21. the crime turned slate's Tb. c governor said some of Ihe evidence and testified again ni us were disapproved by Ihe Yates. governor either prior lo the The were Ronald Cohen. 22, adjournment and not recon- and James Jones. 24 Dilieto si( jered by Ibe General Assem- was shot in the chest on Feb. My or were vetoed by her after 17 the adjournment. liy .Slate law the General Assembly musl now reconvene 'for a period not lo exceed Ihree days" lo reconsider the bills. There is a variety of slingless bees thai inhabit only the Ironies. j MIKE SftYS... GET ALL YOUR POOL SUPPLIES HERE And Pay Less Too 160 Suiter Ave. 7J9-7200 GREAT CAR 'BUYS In Classified LOOK NOW FAMOUS NAME 31«nsToilHrics Sold in Fine 4jif Slores for *jp m S5 and S6! 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