The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on February 10, 1977 · Page 1
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Atchison, Kansas
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Thursday, February 10, 1977
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Naugatuck 91st Year Number 140 Naugatuck, Conn. Established 1885 Monday, June 14,1976 10 Pages 15c Per Copy 90c Weekly Carrier Carter Assured Of 35 Connecticut Delegates B) PETER A. BROWN HARTFORD, Coon. <UP[> Former Conneclicut GOT. John N. Dempsey today became the 35th of (he state's 51 delegates to back Jimmy Carter for the Democratic presidential nomination. The only holdouts were 16 delegates supporting Morris K. Udall. Dempsey, the remaining uncommitted delegate, said he switched to Carter because, "I have always believed in unity. I don't want to he a holdout." Gov. Ella T. Grasso announced earlier today she was able to obtain 13 new endorsements from among former uncommitted delegates and supporters of Senator Henry Jackson to add to the 19 delegates Carter won at state district conventions Saturday. In addition to the new endorsements, formerly uncommitted Democratic State Chairman William A. O'Neill and another uncommitted delegate, Beatrice Rosenthal, endorsed Carter to give the former Georgia governor a majority of 34 delegates. The remaining uncommitted delegate was likely to switch to Carter today, according to O'Neill. Udall, the surprise of the state's May 11 primary, won votes worth 16 delegates in a strong second place finish. His backers appeared likely to remain behind the Arizona congressman, even (hough he has conceeded Carter will be the nominee. Grasso and four others selected as delegates for Jackson said Saturday they would vote for Carter. The governor elicited most of the Please (urn to Page 3 FUJI FAMILY PHOTO - A year ago the Bui family left South Vietnam and came to this country- to live, through the efforts ol Mrs. Dennis Churchill, a daughter of tte Bui's. They have adapted well and the children arc doing well In school. Left to right are Chinh (Boy-Boy); Hau, Mr. Bui; Mrs. Bui holding Loan, Tram and Llnh. The photo was taken during a family celebration marking a year in (NEWSphoto by Edward Newman) this country'. Tornadoes Rip Chicago Area By United Press International Two persons were killed and lions of the Dan Ryan because assaults were reported among tornadoes and thunderstorms 23 were injured, one seriously, up lo five feet of water covered motorists who were forced to batteredmetropolitanChicago autharilies said. the pavement. leave lhe flooded highway. Sunday night, killing three Police early today were still Mrs. Phyllis Anderson, 51, Tornadoes roamed Iowa Sun- persons, injuring 24 others, using heavy construction equip- was shot in the head and killed; day, causing widespread dama- leveling an eight-block area in menl to sift through the rubble her husband, Leo, 51, was ge, one suburb, flooding major for injured and authorities said hospitalized in critical condition Al least a dozen Weekend Fact-Finder's $565 Bill Summary Stirs Mayor Rado's Wrath Of NPW« V_rJ. ilC/TTO The borough has received a bill that." lour percent wage increase in the from the fact-finder who con- The mayor noted (hat he has second year of the contract. His By United Press International ducted a session here prior lo expressed the same sentiments lo other recommendations were LYOiN, France (UPI) — Two binding arbitration for the Police Weinstein that he expressed to (hat the union be granted Die Ml accidents in the French Alps Unjori| and Mayor William Rado the press. family coverage dental plan before dawn Sunday killed live refuses to pay it. Weinstein was in the borough in (union members have been given climbers and injured two David Weinstein of BloomfieJd early March and on March 18 dental coverage by lhe borough others. said a total of J565 70 is due him. released his report, which was with the option of picking up Die Authorities said the accidents The borough is supposed to pay promptly "categorically family coverage themselves); were apparently caused by hot, t^lf lhe lo s ts of fact-finding, rejected" by the mayor who additional clothing and uniform Dan Lemont, about JU mites downed line in a ioutn bioe a dozen twisters were reported in Iowa. Six of expressways, and touching off a it was possible more bodies for bullet wounds in (he neck minor crime wave on the city's may be found in the debris. and shoulder. The Andersons' those touched down, causing South Side. No damage estimate was three children were cut by damage in a wide area but no flying glass and were hospital- injuries. iz'ed in fair condition. The tornadoes were accom- Police said the Andersons had panied by heavy rains, hail and The storm was blamed for available but one police spokes- ne murder and 15 assaults man said "it's got to be in the ivolving motorists forced to millions of dollars." high-crime At ieasl three twisters to leave the expressway be- damaging winds that broke South Side touched down on Chicago's cause of flooding and stopped windows and ripped through one of the ripped down power lines, culling off electricity to 30,000 ™* .™ s ies( a iwisier levurai an homes in the city and suburbs. dry weather. The deaths and one of the union in question paying the olher injuries occurred on the north half.Weinstanlistedco5tsof»175 face of the 12.MK-foot Agneaux for one ^y f ac uinding and peak. Police said it had not | ra vel; plus » mileage; $350 for WB.w7n thi"s"insTance7wiih 'the' claimed the" report was "inac- allowances to S250 a year from sow" »'' - demolishes in its content and clearly the present SZZ5 for patrolmen lrom nouses anfl "emoiisning block area in Chicago's subur- One man was electrocuted by a I, about 30 miles Loop, tearing roofs Cars were ordered off por- erroneous in its recotn- and $300 per year from the cars - mendations." present S275 for detectives; (hat a At that lime (he mayor cited new pension plan be adopted and 3 of researched reporl the short period of lime lhe facl- sick leave accumulated be paid climbers had fallen because of filing'; Kl.BO secretarial fee; finder was in the borough and to a policeman's survivors. a rock slide or because ice g70 telephone charge; $1.80 for questioned how he could deter- Because the recommendations mine "in (hat time (hat the were rejected lhe contract is now at a flooded viaduct on a South power lines, causing outages in Side street, where four youths many areas. offered lo push Ihem through Meanwhile, up lo a foot of the water for 810. When snow and near-freezing temper- Anderson refused, police said, atures hit the northern Rockies the youths broke the car's rear Sunday. The storm struck only window and one of the four eight days before the official fired three shots into the car. start of summer. Police said al least 15 been determined whether the ta . 0 ^ gave way beneath them. All the victims were French. WASHINGTON (UPI) - The postage; and J8.40 for reproduction (140 pages al .06 per page.) Mayor Rado told the press Children's Defense Fund says today "Weinstein will have to go the government is culling back to must ^ gj t any money from on subsidized medical services OK borough, which can be shown to have .. In addition to a lousy, lousy, improved the health o! poor [ OUS y j c |, ^ ^ly snen ( u^e,, children. fo ws m the borough and made "The disturbing part of our mailers worse insleado! better," findings is that it is precisely ^ mayor ^ A those programs and services Mayor p^ saj(i . Police Find Body Of Murder Victim CANTERBURY, Conn, (DPI) he killed the Connecticut record in prison and he showed Raymond Shinkiewicz, 55, borough "could afford lo pay more being discussed before a binding — Searchers in rural eastern woman between las I October — some rehabilitation in seeking who fives on a farm about 2,000 for its policemen. 11 arbitration panel. Weinstein also recommended a Highway Crashes Take Three Lives Connecticut dug where Robert when he was paroled from the pshychiatric help. F. Carr told them and found Sumers prison after serving The board "doesn't give, the body of the fourth person he two years on sexual assault parole to prisoners who don't killing, feet from where the body was found, said he heard screams from the area of the lovers lane in March or April. "The dogs were barking and we went outside and heard them," be said. Shinkiewicz ..-,-. By United Press International a van went off Military Road in that have been found lo be ..,; ^ lhin)ls fo^ goirl g [0 Weckl;[ld highwa y accidents Groton and flipped over, mosl effective Inat are now ^^ me for lwo j^s of cl a i mc d at least three lives in throwing its three occupants, being cut back or being cut of rese arch and Iwo sessions of fact- Connecticut. Groton police said, by federal, state or local Mng and many miscellaneous An unidentified person was state or actions or maclion," said expenses he's gol another thing killed at 2:S4 a.m. Sunday when cr, 22, of New London, was c- The driver, George Gallagh- Marian Wright Edelman, direc- roming , jnlai(i tos ho w this bill tor of lhe private child to State Rep. Neal Hanlon, Rep. advocacy organization *-'~ day. In a report arguing for national health insurance for needy children, the fund said at least 10 million children under age 16 received no medical care whatsoever in one recent year. Satur " Michael Colucci and Sen. Louis Cutilloand tell Ihem loget rid of Uus dirty, rolten and expensive arbitration bill that the taxpayers down the river: And this is evidence of New Haven Murders UnderProbe reported in stable condition al I^awrcnce and Memorial Hospital in New London. The other passenger, Donald MacKeukill, Colorado Dotcn July 4 TELLURIDE, Colo, (UPI) - WASHINGTON (UPI) - Un- f f n ,.. n J< n like oil, coal or nuclear power, •* "IWt 1 U the cost of solar energy is going down and "is abundant the world. over," according to Sen. Thomas McMyre, D-N.H. Hot waler heaters are (he " mosl popular sun-powered l ««" equipment in U.S. homes, fo lowed by systems, Mclnlyrc told the second annual Solar Industry NEW HAVEN, Conn. (UPI) — Police today were investigating two murders which occurred within minutes of each other Sunday right. They made no immediate arrests in either case. .. They said Russell Russo, 29, practically every other W3S kj|lcd ^ 5 , ab wolmds in the chest inflicted al his Elm Street apartment at about u Trade Show during the week- in lhe country will celebrate lhe nation's 200th sotor" healing Hrtbday re«t month the Hocky Thcrc was ; of a "•»? res °5 of Tellunde robbery, police said, but they shut lighl. concluded he had struggled will "Although always welcome at ^ ^ ^^ assai]an( **' U JT,?. 3 I!i, ,"* A few raira]|es , ate , snaE , "Unlike fossil or nuclear fuel, «« *W ^I 1 *" ,T ,tL <*«». «. was killed a " d ^ M the cost of providing solar awa y ™ m _ Tellunde on the MarrCTO a> was senl to Yate . energy is going down," Mcln- Four * of ™* ths >* ar - said New Haven Hospital with tyre "said. "Unlike fossil fuel or a chamber uranium, solar energy is spokesman, abundant the world over." of commerce i[)juries incurred jn - - NEW YORK (UPO - Please turn lo Page 3 drunk and unmanageable hoar- crackdown by city and federal ^ ^ ^^ ^^ sacrifice would be preferable to another migration of rowdy, careless and drunken crowds. The lown collectively .... ,. . fi*t al lhe. Oakland Athletics He said thai was lhe only *. ™ . way to keep out the "unruly, boaal UUD Please turn lo Page 10 **'"+*+ m f •*»^**»^s :{THEi •=NEWS roofly of Tdhiride will say no to (he annual debacle," the spokesman said. ANN LANDERS CLASSIFIED COMICS CROSSWORD EDITORIAL HOROSCOPE OBITUARIES SOCIAL SPORTS , TV PROGRAMS DEATHS^ Me CAN N, MRS. MARY (S«lliv«n), 74, of 6H Rubber Ave., died June 13, 1976. Funeral Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. from the Buckmiller Funeral Home, 83 Fairview Ave., to St. Francis Church for a Mass of Christian burial al 9 with the Rev. Raymond Pitnmdk) officiating. Bunal in Parking Banned On 10 Streets Snpl. ol Streets Michael Kelly has requested nocars be parked on lhe following streets from midnight tonight until 8 a.m. tomorrow to permit his slrwt sweeping crew to clean the excess sand off the streets: Orchard SI., Orchard Terr., Louiubury St., Cnrtlss St., Curths Ct., l.lnden St., Smilh SI,, Carroll Ct., Tolles Sq. and Griffin St. RttMtnts arc ah o a iked not to sweep Hit sand Into piles as that mikes It difficult for the street tweeptr to work ef fklenlly. Please turn to Page 10 Weather \\IXTISOR LOCKS. Conn. (UPII — Connecticut State Forecast: Considerable cloudiness today with a chance of thundershowers. Warmer \silh (he highs around SO. Mostly cloudy lonighl with lows in (he upper 50s (o mid 60s. Tuesday, becoming partly cloudy warmer and more humid with chance ol afternoon thundcrshowerc. High temperatures 85 to 90. Chance of rain 30 per cent today, 20 per cent tonight and SO per cent Tuesday. Southwesterly winds 10 to 20 miles per hour today and tonight, increasing (o IS (o 25 miles per hour Tuesday. By nrislol Recorder Tempera lure Midnight 61; 3 a.m. 61; 6 a.m. 61: 9 a.m. 67; noon 70. Barometric Pressure Midnight M; 3 a.m. 29.95; C a.m. 29.9$; 9 a.m. a,95; noon 29.95. LAFF - A - DAY has confessed killing, state charges -- and last April, when wanl il," the spokesman said, police said. he left the state. G OV . Ella T. Grasso said Police said a woman's body, Carr has said the other Saturday, "I think the system fully clothed in slacks, jacket victims were hitchhiking, but, fafi&j ; n ihi s ras e because he and shoes, was found Sunday in according to slate police, the was paroled without the knowl- Mid slate . P° licc were notified a four-fcot-deep grave on the Connecticut woman was not. Qjg e O f his potential danger to °^ '^ '^ide^- sandy shoulder of a dirt road Tire body was turned over to society, and the failure to Carr was im Prisoned through a loiers lane off Butts state Chief Medical Examiner rehabilitate him in prison " Bridge Road in lhe town of Dr. Elliot M. Gross for an Onc 0 { [, is M i ami v j c tj mS| Canterbury, five miles from autopsy. Boardsen declined T alri my Ruth Huntley. 16. Plainfield. comment on lhe cause of death. i OTmer iy lived in Enfield with The Hartford Times said the Miami autharilies arrested her family. woman was tentatively identi- Carr May 31 as a suspect in an tied as Rhonda Holloway of alleged knifepoint rape of a East Harlford, the mother of young hitchhiker and Carr later two children who was reported made Ms murder admissions. missing by friends in March. His defense lawyer said Carr Carr was not al the site when " fdl tad Ulal ** P 3 ™' 1 Somers between 1973 and 1975 on charges of first degree deviate sexual intercourse and first degree sexual contact in corcneclion with separate rape and kidnaping offenses in 1972. the body was exhumed but showed the area earlier Sunday to Florida authorities who are holding him on three other kn °*' «*ir children were Gov. Grasso Switches To Carter Bandwagon HARTFORD, Conn. (UPI) Gov. Ella T. Grasso has abandoned her support of Sen. A Florida official has said Carr lold him he he sought murder charges, Bmrdsen said. ^ M , at ™ *>*? in prison and Jacksoni D-Wash., for Carr, 32, a former New begged Conneclicut prison olfi- ^ £ ernocralic presidenlia , London area resident, also has aals "" lo P 3 ™ him. He led Florida police lo lhe graves 5aid > f "*}' * d ' then ne mM of three Miami teen-agers he &> out and kill someone." said be had killed, two near A Conneclicut Parole Board .._ , -.._ ..,„. m e cltllJUUJltClLiCIU al allLIU3\ U1C J\aic vumi Bay St. Louis, Miss., and the. spokesman has denied the same ^ $he ^ mmfd a we ,, and ' third near Gramercy, La _._ _ _^ _ charge, saying Carr was According to'police.' Carr said Paroled because of his good "1 join today in support of the nomination of Gov. Carter as the Democratic candidate for Die presidency," she said. Mrs. Grasso said in addition nomination and joined Jimmy lo herself, Jackson supporters Carter's bandwagon. Rep. Robert Giaimo. D-Conn., Mrs. Grasso Saturday made state Treasurer Henry Parker, the announcement at almost the slate Comptroller Edward Cald- Bridgeport Mayor Jackson delegate to the convention. Please turn lo Page 2 "f don'l know about you, but I'm nol voling for anyone with a green face and orange hand:." CANTERBURY - St»te ixttce drfertlm remwe the cmtreil body of a woroin frem > nidy grave la Ctntartsry. The womta wi$ bfHtvedtohiVf been suita by Robert F. Cirr, 111, of Norwich, who cUlm«toh»vekllledthrteFlork!achildreii.

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