Wanna Buy A Piece Of Historic Land? something you don't throw oul," She said ownership implies nothing more than "evidence of their desire to signify in the living earth and (heir own TIIR CHAMPIONS! -The Risdon Mfg.Co. Bowling T«am took its second consecutive championship this year In the MaJor-C Duck Pin Bowling League a I Sena's in Walerbury. Left to right above are Peter Kalach, Chester Stiber, personnel manager; Don VoJia; Glen Heavens; Christopher Buckley, president of Hisdon; Todd Tschauder, Kd Larson, Dennis Danisevich, Joe Mangini and Factory Manager Mike Magas. (NEIVSphotob) 1 Edward Newman) 13 Employees Join Risdon 25-Yenr Club Twlve veteran employees al • Curler Assured Continued from Page 1 other pledges in telephoned arm-twisting during the weekend. Twelve veteran employees al are: "I'm gratified that ray call the Walerbury, Thomaslon. lilta S. for unity within the ranks of Danhury and Naugaluck plants operator. Connecticut Democrats is being of The Itisdon Mfg. Co. will be William A. Krb, toolsetler. heeded," said the governor, inducted tonight into the com- Carmine Palladino, machine who spent much of Sunday on pany's 25 Year Club 121h annual operator. the telephone. meeting. A 13th employee who Peter Drelichouski of The delegates were selected took early retirement and is now at six congressional district m Europe will !>e inducted in caucuses by more than 1,201) absentia. local delegates named primary Together the 13 employees nighl in Ihe slate's 159 lowm. ^'C had a combination of more Mrs. Grasso, a strong Jack- "ran 3M years experience at son supporter, said she was Kisdon. The induction, scheduled to place al Ibe Walcrbury Arson Suspected In Sloop Fire throwing her support to Carter in Ihe interests of party unity. "I am convinced lhal Governor Carter has the liroad-based '* l««i by Us Connor, president appeal that is esscnlial lo of lire Club, lie will be assisted by victory in November," she said. '-«'' s '»• DiliMe. Jr.. vice"He will give unity to Ihe president of Itisdon and party, and he brings a fresh Christopher II. llucklcy. chair- outlook to the national scene." man and president of Itisdon. .Mr. "During these past months, Democrats across Ihe country have been making their judgments in Ihe primaries on the nominee, and Carter has tonight arc the winners of the two developed the broad-based sup- *U»0 scholarships given by Ihe porl thai is essential to corporation in honor of the 25 nominalion and election." she Country Club in Waterlxiry will Dibble is a member of the Club and Mr. Buckley is an Ixmnrary memljer. Also scheduled lo lie announced said. The slate parly hierarchy, Club to the children Uisdon employees. r _ _ Heading Ihe 1976 class of new which supported'the Jackson members of Ihe 25 Year Club and uncommitted slales. found u i" be: itself without much of its Michael Magas. factory Iraditional control over parly manager al the firm's affairs al Ihe Saturday caucu- headquarters planl here in ses. They were expected lo .Vaugatuck. who joined Ihe defect lo the Carter campaign, company as an eyelet machine built around polilical neophytes operator in July, 1950. and aided by Harlford's ivell- Olhcr Naugatuck planl em- oiled city political machine. (Joyces ivto join the rcleran's Even a leadership-directed organization tonight are: compromise aimed at guaran- Kasparas teeing Grasso a delegale spot in Naugaluck. eyelet the 6th Congressional District operator. - by taking volts from all Felix Framski of Prospect, sides — fell Ihrough. The Udall forces Budwill. of machine carbide toolmaker. Louis J. Udall forces opted l-°" is J- 1'loch of Oxford, inslead to fighl for another loolmaker in the Press Dcpt. delegate themselves. Danbury planl employees also Mrs. Grasso was named a lo be inducted tonighl are: KOCK1.AND, Maine (UPIt Officials suspect arson in a fire which Destroyed a 17-fool sloop Donate, machine once owned and sailed along Ihe Maine coast by Ihe late President John F. Kennedy. The ffi-year-old stoop, The Kipper, was scheduled for restoration by its presenl Naugaluck.who look an early rrtirementa few months ago and who now is in Poland on a visit, mil IK inducted in absentia. Nol counting Ihe new members being inducted tonight, there are 152meinbers in lUsdon's 25 Year Club including 71 retirees and 81 employees aclively working at Hie company. Oilier officers of the club are, V P. Edward Gesseck; Secretary. Kathleen Kclloara: Directors Ada Falcone and Charles Svillik. O'Neill Backs Jimmy Carter HAHTFOtlD, Conn. <UPI) State Democratic parly Chairman William A. O'Neill, formerly an uncommitted national convention delegate, has endorsed former Georgia Gov. Jimmy Carter. "1 fully endorse his candidacy." O'Neill said Sunday, "lie can win and he's uhal Ihe people are looking for." lie said his previous uncom- inilled slance was an effort lo allow people to make; up their own, minds, without, his af- s '^ tempts lo sway them' one way 1 or anolhfr. ' a Hut O'Neill said it had become clear "Jimmy Carter has strong support in Ihe Democratic parly, nationally and in Connecticut" He also said National Com- millecwoman Beatrice Hosen- thai had switched from uncommitted lo support ol Carter. LEXINGTON, Mass. <UPI» For 17.76 an inch, you can own a piece of historic Lexington where the American revolution began. Virginia Marlin is selling square inch plots of a 1.3 trad identification wilh a place so of land "within musket range ol intimately associated, geo- ilevolulionary Baltic Itoad graphically and historically (Houle 2A>." According to a wilh (he beginnings of these brochure describing "Heritage Uniled Slales." Commons," Ihe land's "eastern It is nol a "rip-off," boundary is a stone wall that according to Miss Martin. "It's British soldiers may have nol like a Florida land deal hurdled in their pell-mell where you have lo watch out retreal from torrential fighting for swamps. The point of on Fiske Hill." buying Ihe land is made very Calling it "a historical token clear — and you'll never use it, of heritage," Miss Martin will anyway." sell a deed to a square inch Miss Marlin said she bought plot. For $10 cxlra. he will the land (or J2.000 and would frame il. make a SI profit on each of Ihe "It's part of Ihe American couple million plots, dream lo own something," she Route 2A is the historic road said. "And Ihis is symbolic -il's Paul Revere rode lo warn a token of our pasl, and il's colonisls of the approaching British soliders. Later, Ameri- owncr, Wesley lloch of Hock- can revolutionaries fought the land. He planned to keep the British on the same road. vessel as a memorial lo Kennedy, and as an example of one of Ihe slale's oldest one- design racing classes. Authorities listed Ihe value of Ihe boal as S300 after it was NAUGATUCK NEWS (Conn.) Monday, June 14,1976-Page 3 «/ r i choice: lo be a criminal or go S Vi (( K< 11(1 b[ind Continued From Page 1 He wants neither, so he is authorities on "marriages of petitioning Ihe Drug Bnforce- convenience" between illegal m,ent Administration to give aliens and welfare recipients him access to government may save New York Cily controlled marijuana - and nearly $1 million a year in permission lo use il welfare paymenls, officials say. Marijuana won't cure Ihe Cily Human Resources Ad- disease — nothing will, so far ministrator J. Henry Smith said as is known — but it is said lo Sunday 730 persons, including ease pressure wilhin the eye. 103 illegal aliens, have been relieving Ihe symploms and dropped from welfare rolls as perhaps averting, or post- trie result of a two-year joint poning, blindness. effort wilh federal immigration "The net of the agents. evidence is medical thai without Smith said the eliminations marijuana, Mr. Randall is sure mean a saving of $76,500 a to go blind; with il. ihere is month. some chance lhal his sight can Officials indicated earlier be saved." Ilandall's lawyers lhal welfare chealing in other said during the weekend, areas may have been costing he city several mi hon dollars . ' , , , . ' ing the battles of Lexington annually. WASHINGTON lUPI) - Robert Randall is a 28-year-old glaucoma victim facing a tough and Concord, Patriot soldiers began the siege of Boston, which lasted almost 11 months. . destroyed Saturday. II was listed as having an unknown historical value. On April 18, 1775, Paul Revere and William Dawes made their famous ride from Boston to Lexington and Concord to announce the approach of British troops. Sclcclhc Kntorrcini'iit n (Kailar) Tuesday.June IS Prospect SI.. .Vorlb Spring St.. Hubbfr ,-Ue.. .Vf» Haven ltd., and Field St. THE BUCKS START HERE delegale, but Ihe needed voles Donald Lund of Brickfield. came from the uncommitted oiler in the Assembly Dcpl. column, which cost lhal slale Tncresa Yorio. group leader in ils chance for delegale. On April 13, 1776, Gen. George Washington arrived in Ne«v York where the bulk of the Continental forces involved in the siege of Boston had settled. national Salvage Depl.. a resident of Danbury. Tbomaslon planl indictees are: Alice M. Endzeteit. inspector and resident of Naugatuck. Walter Wojtak. utilily man and residenl of Naugatuck. Walerbury planl employees joining Ihe club tonight, all of whom areresidentsof Walerbury Several meetings are scheduled for I His week including a Town Council meeting Tuesday njght al 8 al Town Hall and a Zoning meeting of the Planning and Zoning Commission on Wednesday night at 7:30 also al Town Kali. N OW THRU TUESDAY "ROBIN and MARIAN" PG SEANCONNERY AUDREY HEPBURN Tfchnico!or7:00-8:50 SVN.MON.TVKS.93c W. THOMAS LITTLETON'S SOUTHBURY -TA PLAYHOUSE tc 30th Professional Season June 15-19 The Fourposter starring Mary Boucher St Kduard Clark TVF.S.-FIU. SAT. »:30P..M. 6&DP.M. BARGAIN NIGHT SAT. 6 P.M TEL. 26t-82!i EXIT 15. 1-81 Jcl. aifS.6&6 MaslcrChargfAccepted Tickets A vail a He al Bclhel Tickrlron Gutters Need Repair? Call us for repair or new installation ALUMINUM AND VINYL ALCOA SIDING GLASS 253 Proipect St., U.C. 79Q.1S36 PUB »TH YEAR 758-9501 Free estimate upon request Call Joe Now Kcgicm IfiMrf tings The recently formed Region 16 School District Heapportionment Committee will meet for ils first session Wednesday night al 8 at Algonquin School in Prospect. The Region 16 school district Inquiry Hearing, conducted by Ihe Conn. Education Association, will be held on Wednesday night al 7:30 pm. in the Prospect Congregational Church Basemenl. Kid erlylleallh Tests The Elderly Health Screening Service will visit Prospect on Tuesday. June 22 from 9:30 a.m. 103:30 p.m. al Ihe Town Hail. All residents aged GO or over arc eligible for the service which includes: Blood tests, blood pressure, urinalysis. electrocardiogram, vision testing, height, weight and palienl health histories. Patients are asked lo refrain from ea ling or dr inking any Ihi ng, except water, for at least three hours before the lests. The suggested fee for Ihe screening tests is $7. Transportation is available at no additional charge. Although appointmenls arc suggested, walk-ins will be served. For transportation or appointmenls residents may call the dispatcher at 758-5300. Glaucoma eye testing will be done by Ihe service on Friday from 1 lo 3 p.m. al the Robin Ridge Apartments, 990 West Main St. in Waterbury in conjunction wilh Ihe Waterbury Lions Club. Residents may contact EHSS at 753-9231 for additional information, appointments and transportation arrangements. I low much is f> miles of money wortli?S5l.7-l:i.' And dial's exactly the extra cash we're giving away every week in our new Ixmus game. Miles of Money. Lucky Colors are back on the stub. Match the weekly Lucky Color on your still), fill ( ut llie hack, and turn il in wherever Lottery tickets are sold. (Don't mail it in.) Then you'll be entered in our weekly Homis Drawing, with a chance at the weekly Grand 1'rize of one mile of dollar bills-SKWii. 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