The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on February 14, 1977 · Page 2
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PROSPECT — Four members o< the Prospect Fife and Dram Corps were named Hudson Valley Association champions following a competition in Danbury June 6. Left to right are Lauren LoCascio with the glockenspiel, junior (finale division; Barbara Paollno, trumpet, junior female; Kathy O'Brien, ST., female modern; and Leon Madeau, trumpet, junior male division. Barbara was last year's Connecticut Slate champion. They will defend their titles at the Northeastern Competition on Long Island, New York on Sept. 18. Prospect Patter By JEANNE FURTADO 758-4512 they will!) In any case, we hope their task will not be as difficult as it ap- Pauline is really proud of Bob !* ars »° be. and I*".'™ "* we O'Brien who was appointed *n t envy them the job. Sheriff Monday. However, she does think his rumored plan to wear his badge on a Hop-A-Long Cassidy hat is a bit too much! j Compromise I Accepted On OTB Measure Instant Lottery Allotments Governor Ella Grasso has announced that she has signed a second allotment of proceeds from the Instant Lottery for distribution to towns for education. The second allotment is 53,430,441.88. The total distributed to towns from proceeds of the Instant Lottery during the current fiscal year is $6.860 million. The grant is designed to equalize distribution of state funds earmarked (or education to towns under terras of Public Acts 75-341 and 75-344. Naugatuck's allocation is t67.037.50. Allotments to other area towns are: Beacon Falls, 111,937.50; Bethany, J14.475; Oxford, ?17,875; Prospect, KO.OT5; Waterbury, $217,537; and Watertown, $57,087.50. CB Radio Thefts Mounting HARTFORD, Conn. (UPI) Most of the 500 Citizen's Band radios stolen in the city this year have been stolen in (he last 214 months from downtown parking lots, according to police. . They reported lhat half the 81 CBs taken this month and roost of the 197 taken in the NAUGATUCK NEWS (Conn.) Tuesday, June IS, 1976 — Page 3 WASHINGTON (UPI) - The tawmaVer sponsoring a bill lo ban interstate off-track betting JayceesWednesday Prospect Jaycees will hold their regular monthly meeting at the Uow-n-Arrow Restaurant Wednesday night at 8. Young men ages 18 to 35 are welcome to attend. Twon Hall Briefs Barbara O'Connor, who has served Prospect as its treasurer and also did the Clerk chores at Town Halt lor the past several years, is busy packing for her family who will be taking up residence in Indiana shortly. Due to husband Bud's job assignment, Barbara resigned her Ireasurer post and has been replaced by Pat Owens. Needless to say, Barbara, Bud and their brood will be sorely missed and we all hope they'll come back soon. exempt Connecticut's arrangement with New York for six years, according lo Rep. Anthony Moffelt, D-Conn. llep. Fred B. Rconey, D-Pa., sponsor of the legislation, told him on Ihe floor of the House he would agree to Ihe limited exemption, Moffetl said Monday. Rooney is opposed (o a proposed amendment submitted by Hep. John Murphy, D-N.Y., that would exempt all stales currently having such an arrangement- from 1 ' the legislation.- • •'';-: Under a contract'' now • In operation •Connecticut has off- track belting parlors, where persons bet on races run at New York stale tracks. Moffett plans to offer his compromise at a House Commerce Committee meeting Wednesday only if Murphy's amendment fails. At a meeting last week the committee deadlocked 10-10 on Murphy's proposal, bul the vole, which would have killed the -amendment, was nullified because a quorum was not present. SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (UPI) — Republican State preceeding two months came Assemblyman Jerry Lewis will from cars in downtown lots, have few unkind words lo say particularly Ihe city lot on Mieeinrr Ttrnfllf aboul his opponent in the church street, the Civic Center "•«»»"«£ *" ""« November eleclion — Demo- lot and a lot at Constitution cratic Assemblyman Jerry Plaza Lewis. The 469 radios stolen in the The Republican legislator, city so far this year were worth 1.890 wrile-in votes from Detective Robret LaJoie. Nearly 20 per cent of Ihe Ihe Els were in the Connecticut Stale Employment Service lot on Main Street, he said. LaJoie said recovery of stolen radios was easier when victims knew their serial numbers. PROSPECT — A special flag was presented to the Prospect Fife and Drum Corps recently by Mayor George A. Sabo Jr.. In recognition of the group's service lo the town. At the left is Donna Argenla, Color Guard Captain, shown holding the flag with Mrs, Dorothy Harlow, Drum Corps director. (NEWSphotoby Edward Newman) Democrats in thai parly's primary, meaning he will appear on both lines of Ihe November ballot. His only possible opponent would be another write-in candidate. dried up completely. Francis complained to the city, believing someone upstream had diverted its flow with a dam, but Assistant Town Engineer Jesse Branch followed the dry bed up Talcolt Mountain and there was no sign of tampering. Town Sanilarian Roger Sanborn said it's not unusual for brooks to dry up due to natural causes, but there's always tell- bought the Runde Lane house tale signs of what happened. 21 years ago, but last week it "In this case, it's iust eone." Big Mystery BLOOMFIELD, Conn. (UPII — The brook behind Nicholas Francis' house has vanished, but officials say it's not due lo brooknappers. The small, unnamed brook has been running through Francis' backyard since he he said. "It's incredible," Branch said. "I've never seen a brook just dry up like this." STELLA TOO LATE LOS ANGELES (UPI) Actress Stella Stevens lost her invasion of privacy case against Playboy magazine over the use of a 14-year-old nude picture in January 1974 because her $7 million lawsuit was filed two weeks (oo late. n I KOCK Officers Hair-liaising Comment U's a well known fact lhal tecnaged boys hate haircuts in Town Hall secretary for the this, day" 0 and .ajje,;.bul, : after "pa'st many moo.'nV,'Mary Man", several treats Qf.,.violence. from apparently .envious of" husband Aceandafurthc«realot"you're : Ji m y retirernent"and" potting going lo the Orber", Bruce a roun j their'garden white'she finally relented and let good old labored, has left her assignment Pauline do the honors. arx ] ma y Mv be seen polling As she clipped and chopped her along with Jim. victim's locks, Kindergartener j t s h ou td be noted however, Tommy busied himself around that Mary's relirement had Ihe room and just about the time mining to do with age... she was she completed the chore, Tom crfy 13 wncn sne married Jim looked al Bruce sadly and in all and always had an eye for older seriousness said "Don't worry men. about your haircut, \v e hope she enjoys her rest Bruce....(here's a lot of weirdos an d we thank her for all of her around these days!" help in the past several years. • Elizabeth Buczak is now the Democratic Convention Town Hallsecretary and we wish Delegates will select her !„<*. Especially in finding representatives to the anything in order on you know , Democralic Stale Central who's desk. At 9 a.m. his desk is ; Committee al a convention al Ihe as neat as a pin and by 1 pjn. it : Bow-n-Arrow Restaurant looks like it was attacked by a : Wednesday night al 8, according bull moose. . to Town Committee Chairman | Jack Itcidy. Scout Paper Drive j Boy Scout Troop 194 will I Husy Wednesday conduct a paper drive at the ! In addition lo the regular Country Plaza on Rle. 69 I PlanningandZoningCommission Saturday, June 26 from 9 a.m. to 5 master. Also elected lo the office I meeting scheduled for Wed- p.m. The young men hope to earn f or the coming year are: Over- j nesdayal Town Hal! at 7:30 p.m. enough from their drive lo defray I other meetings are booked in- expenses {or summer scouting ' eluding Ihe Jaycees session and events and have their eye on ! ' Democratic Convention men- participation in Ihe big Scout lioned earlier. " Jamboree. , The Region 16 Inquiry Hearing All residents and neighbors are ! isselfor7:30p.m.intheProspecl encouraged lo help by con- Congregational Church Hall and tributing old papers which the Ihe recently mandated and scouts will bring to a recycling ' formed Region 16 Reap- center. ! porlionment Committee will ; meet at 8 p.m. al Algonquin Post IM Scholarship School. This year's Jacklyn Lulkus Memorial Scholarship sponsored ReapporlionmentCommittee by Tommy Merriman American The Region 16 Reapportion- Legion Post 194 was earned by ment Committee formed as a Miss Cynthia Conway, daughter result o I the recent court ruling of Mr. and Mrs. Jam es Conway of on the one-man, one-vote system Scott Road, in regional districts is comprised Miss Conway will graduate of members well versed in the from Wilby High School (his Region 16 history. monthandhas been accepted into Beacon Falls members in- St. Mary's Hospital School of dude: Mabel DelVecchio, Walter Nursing. Muroff, James Green, John Betkoski, and Louis Poela. Commissions To Meet Prospect members include: Town Council Chairman ^ ^ united Stales could get Mary Nolan, Patricia Paoluio, Robert O'Bnen has called both ' . f . „....._.:...,_ MaryHandy, Robert O'Brien and ^Sew^andWj.ter^ommfeior, J» ^ grain ^ ^ lets Soviet purchases cut into domestic needs. The Soviets have suffered a At a recent meeting of Rock Rimmon Grange, Beacon Falls, James O'Gara was re-elected seer, Francis Wilson; Lecturer, Irene,Anderson; Steward, Frank Bachinsky: Assistant Steward, James Wilson; Lady Assistant Steward, Nola Arbuslo; Chaplain, Alice Owens; Secretary, Beverly O'Gara; Treasurer, Bernice Ryan; Gale- keeper, Fern Sleeves; Ceres, Alma Woolen; Pomona, Clara Sorrentino; Flora, Fanny Phillip and Ann Bulkus, Executive Committee for three years. Members are reminded thai Excelsior Pomona will meet, Wednesday at Walerlown Grange al 8 p.m. Cotter Wants Russian Wheat Deal Held Up WASHINGTON (UPI) - Rep. am your ~ personal checking account isn't earning 5% interest, maybe you're missing out on something. Like our NOW account. Stanley Lucas. al >d "* Economic Development Mrs Nolan, Mrs. Paolino, Commission into session for Muroff and Poela will represent Thursday at Town Hall. The Ihe Region on Ihe committee Sewer and Water meeting is since they are members of the scbeAiled for-7:30 p.m. and Ihe school board and former Beacon Economic meeting for 8:30. Falls First Selectman Jim Green and Town Council Chairman AmBtarj Dince Robert O'Brien served on the Chubby Checker watch outl former Region 16 Dissolution T^J- 3 *'?, A ™ 1 ^' *°? UrY E arl Commillee. Mrs. DelVecchio is a Prospect Volunteer Fire Dept u W Ear lMo-15 million Ion shortfall in its winter wheat crop, and they could try to offset it by buying grain from the U.S. in July or August, Colter said Sunday. He urged Agriculture Secre- A NOW account at First Federal is a personal savings account, but it acts for all the world like a checking account. And you use it Ihe same way. To pay bite. Make purchases. Obtain cash. There's just one big difference. Every last nickel of our NOW account earns interest at Ihe rale of 5% a year, around Ihe clock, day o! deposit lo day of withdrawal. Checking accounts aren't allowed to earn interest, by law. The best you can do is make a telephone call and transfer a portion lo savings. And then make another to transfer it back again. Wilh a NOW account a//ot your money earns money. And you can save your telephone calls lor friends. First Federal's NOW account. It puts your money where your interest is. furTher in- Bngcmitte.1 temrtta. ™y be obtained by is Prospect's Town Clerk and calling 75M157. Betkoski UieSecondSelectmanoJ „_,..„„...„,., Beacon Falls GwaGfrl Panne! Now willi all that ei- Pauline b being so good lately, The department has forecast a large grain surplus this year, ness" fool you...it just means *e's savin'up a lot of "rottenness"! First Federal Savings AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF WATERBURY 50 Leavenworth SI, Watorbury 1 Naugaluck Valley Mall, Waterbury 'Chase Ave. at Wigwam, Waterbury Plaza 656MainSt.,Walertown 'Open Saturday, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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