The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on March 7, 1977 · Page 10
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I'aKMO-NAUGATUCK NEWS (Conn.) Monday, Junr J8,1»J« cycle license and for operating an unregistered motor Vehicle. Both the accused are to appear in court July 14. DISREGARDED SIGNAL Kenneth Tuckey, Jr., 26, of 151 Andrew Ave. was charged Sunday wilh disregarding the traffic signal at South Main St. and lloute 63. A July 14 answer FACTOliy VACATION SCIIKUUI.E The following vacation schedules have been announced by local factories; Kaslern Company July 4 through July 18. I'eter Paul, Inc. — June 26 through July 19. Risdon Mfg. Co. - July 3 through July 18. Uniroyal, Inc., Chemical Div. date was noted by Patrolman - July 4 through July 18. Hoberl Scbilkc. Uniroyal, Inc., Footwear Div. - July 10 through August 1. TWOCIIAHGES Adclino Magalhaes, 22, of MKKTINOSPLANNED nidge st., Walerbury was cited The following sessions are Saturday for failure to have his planned by borough groups this car ijgh( S O n, and for failure to carry his registration. A July 7 JOHN T. 1IOWLAND. delti director ol the New England Institute of Law Enforcement Manugemml at tlatison College, Wellesley, Mass., presents certificate of graduation to Chief Frank Marlauoand Del. Dennis Clisham (far right) both ol the Naugaluck Police Department. Mariano and Uisliunnvcre among 35 olttcerslocomplelcthethree week management course, co-sponsored by the \ru l-jifilanil Association ol Chiefs of Police and the Babson College School ol Continuing Education. week: Monday, June 18 - Public answ'er date"was sel. Health Nursing Advisor) 1 Committee, 3 p.m., Town Hall; THEFTS REPORTED Zoning Commission, public hearing concerning a request for a change in the zoning classification on a parcel of land at New Haven lid. and Osborn lid. from Donald Ruzbosan, a foreman r. b for Prernco Roc Co. of Canton i told police early today that an air compressor hose valued al about $1,000 had been stolen from a Policemen Complete Babson College Course IVKI.LESLEV, MASS. Police Chief Frank J. Mariano anilDet. Dennis E. Clisham of the Nau^ttuck Police Department has completed Hie three week (•: operational aspects of the j: command officer's resuon- -'' sibility. seeking lo extend existing programs and provide a vehicle for instruction to those About People Residcnlial-15 lo IHisiness-3 drilling rig parked at the Valley (This would allow St. Vincent's Drive-In, New Haven Rd. Parish to build a church on the parcel. Hearing set for 7 p.m. at Town Hall. Tuesday, June 29 — Blood Pressure Screenings, Town Hall from 0 a.m. lo 3 p.m. Wednesday, Juno 30 — Economic Development Commission, 7 p.m.; Water Pollution Command Training Institute for who must supervise the daily Law Enforcement Officer's operations of various departments. To achieve this goal, the institute offers courses in community relations, decision making, planning, staffing and WASHINGTON (UP1) Betty Ford's children used to point lo mannequins of first ladies at the Smithsonian's Control Board, 7 p.m.; and Republican Town Committee, 7:30 p.m., all al Town Hall. program held at Babson College, Wellesley, Mass. The institute is co-sponsored hy the New Knglaml Association of Chiefs of Police and Ihe Babson College .School of Continuing Education other management and human and funded by arrant from Ihe relations subjects. United .Slates iJcpartmcnt of Over 2,300 law enforcement Justice. officers from all the New ACCIDENTSUMUY James A. Vanasse Jr., 20, of 158 Museum of History and Tech- May St., was issued a written nology and ask, "Who is that, \varningforfailuretodriveinlhe Mama?" proper lane following a one-car They should be able lo recognize Ihe latest entry. The Smithsonian Institution accident on Hill St. al 4:39 a.m. Sunday. Patrolman James Murphy Jr. Thursday began displaying one said the Vanasse car hit a fire Fred Ceccherini of Superior Homes, Maple Hill Rd. told police Friday that plywood and about sixty-fire 2x4's had been stolen. Arthur Algren of 49 Grove St. reported a break at his home but determined nothing was missing. Ralph Wagner of 124 Spring St. reported items had been stolen from the Senior Citizen's Center, Meadow St. The missing items wereelcctricalsupplies valued at about $100. Glen Johnson of 18 Bridge St. reported a bicycle had been stolen. David Britten of 11 Mulberry St. reported a television set had been stolen. ADANTI COORDINATORS - Democratic Town Commltlee Chairman Carl Miele (left, and Marly GoJlibowski of Ihe Naugaluck Young Dems (right) arc the local coordinators for Adanll for Congress. Mayor Michael J. Adanti (center) of Ansoma is seeking the Democratic nommallon for Fifth District Slate Representative. .NEWSphotoby tX.nCouse.vl American Tourists Cruise Along The Rhine River By MURRAY J. KlilWN UPI Travel Editor The river narrowed, the current quickened and the VANDALISM NOTED George Passabet, 24 Ash Rd.; of Mrs. Ford's gowns on a hydrant, knocking il over, Ihen Paul Williams, 86 Ash Rd.; Mrs. mannequin representing her in hit a utility pole al Hill St. and J. Day, 34 Melbourne Ct. all ™ves put on little while caps, its First Indies' Hall. She Fairlawn St. Vanasse told police reported recently that someone warning of dangerous water Tlis 1 objective of the training England states have completed donated a pale green chiffon he swerved to avoid hitting an had thrown stones through ahead. rugr.iin is to provide command courses at the Institute since gown for Ihe collection, which animal. windows of their homes. A signal light on Ihe west <i[lim s wilh ihe skills needed to programs began being offered in iwicise effective management 1967. John T. llowland, former piactitcs imd [irocedures in superintendent of the Boston i'i ikT to gain Ihe most from lhos.e Police Department, is director of under tlii'ir direction. Command (lie inslilute. iraining concentrates on Ihe includes a gown from every The vehicle sustained heavy administration since George front end damage and was lowed Washington. from the scene. Vanasse refused medical attention, the officer Rudeshoim was an overnight stop on our cruise down Ihe Rhine alraard the Dculschland, one of six modern [xtsscnger liners operated by the KD German Rhine Line on twolo six day voyages ttclwcen Base] in Switzerland and Rotterdam- Amsterdam in the Netherlands. The grape is king Confrocf * Bridge I'AlilS I UPI) — American writer Lewis Mumford Thursday was awarded the Cino Del Duca prize, which hrings with it 535,000. WSOIIDKW.Y CONDUCT Ranald W. Brown. 17, of Ilidge d. was charged with disorderly The largest cash literary conduct by police early this prite in Europe, it is awarded raorl ,j n g. Patrolmen Rocco Famous Hand Weal dealer. Neither side vulnerable. NORTH *A VK J743 »J 10 .1.Q107 54 WEST EAST AQJ1086 *K973 <f9 »10652 » A K Q 8 » 9 6 4 2 *J SOUTH *542 «753 *AK83 The bidding: Wesl North East South 1* 2* 3* 4V 4* Pass Pass 5* Opening lead — Xing of diamonds. By uilnj thU convention, known as Astro, North waa able to paint a good picture of his hand. South ultimately landed in five clubs, which he easily made. Declarer lost two diamond tricks, period. At the oUKr talk, where a U.S. pair were North-South, the bidding went: West North Gut South 1* 2V 2* 4V 4 A Pass Pass Dole The Amerlcani were not playing Astro and North overcalled the spade bid with hvo hearts. When East bid two spades, South Jumped to four hearts, but then found himself faced with a difficult decision w)wn West bid four jpades. South elected to double, but this did not turn out well when West proceeded to make the contract. He lost a spade, a heart and a club. So Norway gained 990 points on the deal, works include "Technology and Civilization" and "Mylh and Machine." "lo recompense and make ibstroplelro and James Murphy better known the author whose works in science or literature constitute a message of modern Brown was to appear in court humanism." ' today. Mumford's '" IMDN'TSTOF Jack Carneiro, 20, of 362 High ~ St. was cited for failure to obey a BOONE ON SHOWBIZ stop s i gn at High and Maple Sis. NAMPA, Idaho (UPI) -- The car ly Saturday night. Pat Boone family's appearance ,\ j u |y 7 answer date was set. at (he Snake River Stampede may be one of the "last MOTOHCYCI.K VIOLATIONS roundups" for the singing Two motorcyclisls were cited family. by Patrolman Robert Sawicki for Boone said in a telephone violations which occurred on Ihe interview lhal the July 13-17 industrial Park lid. performance with his wife and rjart E. Marcoux, 18, of 22 Oak daughlers will begin a wind- La |> rosp ccl was charged with dmra of their career in live operating with no motorcycle entertainment. license, illegal use of number "My traveling days with the p |a( e s and operating an family are dwindling," Boone unregistered motor vehicle, said. "Two o! my daughlers are Michael R Sobireski, 17, of 55 ..... married, and they should he Branson lid., Prospecl, was cited one unplaced effort, spending more time at home." f or operating without a motor- Vivian LaFontaine of 18 Bridge tank blinked green as we St. reported her car had been approached the sharp, blind damaged by a hit-and-run vehicle bend in the Rhine River Sunday. skirting the 475-fool-high cliff Joluf Hayof 80 Bridge St. told jutting oul from Ihe east hank, police Friday someone had River traffic is heavy, tossed a rock through the window With other passengers aboard of his car and had stolen his CD 'he S.S. Deutschland. including September, but antenna fellow American tourists, we come year round. lined the starboard rail, looking »'s a tourist CAR TOWED and listening. Loretta DePinho, 22, of Evelyn Minutes earlier we had been collection of Siegfried Wondel. Some of the music-makers go back to Ihe 15th century. according to Wendel, who charges 3 Dc-utschniarks admission and conducts the lours himself. Also worth visiting is Ihe Nierierwald National Monument in a woodlands on the summit Rudcshcini, wlrerc Ihe Romans of a 1.000-loot-high hill reached first planted llicir vines nearly by open-sided two-seater cable 2.000 years ago. Long kranvn for cars from Rucksheim. The massive 120-fnol high inoinu- ment. lopped by a colossal statue of "Germania" holding a its fine Riesling, il is the site of a popular wine festival in the crowds sword, was built by Bismarck town, wilh in I8S3 to commemorate (he almost as many souvenir shops reunification of Germany after as wine laverns. But il does the Franco-Prussian War. Jr. said the arrest folloWan DrrMiddTebur^''"wrs > cited"ror alerted by a taped commentary have cobblesloncd. narrow al- incidentatt:25a.m.on!JidgeRd. following too close as Ihe result of lhal lre «'ere Hearing Ihe leyn-ays. half-limbered houses, anaccidenlonRubberAve atlhe Lorelei, where German legend ruined fortifications and castles Mounlview Plaza Sunday af- sa ys a llaxen-haircd siren lured lernoon. A July 28 answer dale sailors (o their dealhs on Ihe was set. rocks below. The driver ol the second But all we saw was a sleep vehicle involved in the mishap h" 11 and a11 wc hcard was lhc was Martin Warren, 17,of35May s * isn of ll » swirling water. St. The DePinho car was lowed Romantic legends abound all from the scene. No injuries were al °ng 'he river in Germany, as do piclure-postcard villages, ancienl churches and castles, historic landmarks and spectacular scenery. For the Rhine, which runs NEW YORK (UPI) - John f rom the Swiss Alps some 800 L. Grecr's Foolish Pleasure miles to the North Sea, has was the lop money-winning been a major thoroughfare for Thoroughbred in Ihe nalion in many different peoples over the 1B75, wilh 5716,278. The Ken- centuries, lucky Derby winner won five Some of the vineyards that races, finished second four line ils banks between Koblenz times and third once, with only and Rudesheim - the scenic Rheingrau region — date back lo Charlemagne and beyond. reported. TOP WINNER There are many artificial bidding conventions a partnership can adopt which, when scoring 400 points at the first the right hand comes along, table and 390 points at the prove very effective. For second table, esample, consider this deal One muit lurely sympathize ployed in Ihe 1970 world with the American South for championship in Ihe match choosing to double four spades between Norway and the United instead of going on in hearts. He States. knew much less about North's With Norway North-South, hand than his opposite number IhebiddmgwentasshowaThe atthelirsltable.whohadmuch two spade bid, as played by the more eipUcit information to Norwegian pair, Indicated lean on. The double, from & hand with five hearts and South's view, seemed more either five diamonds or five likely to produce a plus score clubs. than a five heart bid. Quinnipiac --^ v^-v, 44 A HAMDEN, CONN. 06518 SECOND SUMMER SESSION fily 12 - August 13 REGISTRATION DAILY • 8 A.M. TO 4 P.M. Tlrars., Fii., July 8 & 9:-8 a.m. To 8:30 pa Sat,, July 10:—10 a.m. To 1:00 p.m. You'll find the course you're looking for in Ihe liroad selection of summer offerings available for credit, degree requirements, career advancement, personal improvement, or just sheer enjoyment. Make the most of this summer. Air conditioned classrooms. DIVISION OF CONTINUING EDUCATION 288-5251, Ext. 342 and a background of terraced vineyards climbing a steep hill. The local tourist hoard says an estimated 2.6 million \isitors come to Rudeshcim by river, rail ami road each year. Overnight and longer accommodations arp available at holoJs, iruis and private hnmcs. There are about 200 wine- producing firms, nearly all of which offer conducted lours of their wine, brandy and champagne cellars and samples r>( Iheir products. But almost everyone ends up sipping and singing on Ihe Drosselgasse. a narrow, cobbled lane lined with taverns complete with buxom harmai(k and ear-shattering oom-pah bands, whore the \vine flows like water, particularly during the high May-October season. If you have time, visit the wine museum housed in the l,QOO-ycar-o!tl Bromserhurg schloss — Ihe oldest castle in Ihe central Hhineland. Exhibits include wine presses and goblds dating back (o ancient Roman times. Unusual also is n museum of old mechanical musical instruments, a mosl interesting There's an eye-popping panorama and Ihe J5-minule ride up and down provides a close up of the vineyards with Ihe cars skimming about 20-25 feet above the latticcworks of sines and poles. We boarded the 330-foot-long Deulschland at Mainz for the three-day cruise lo IloUerdani with other U.S. journalists as guest of the ship company which combines with Hilton International to ofkf an unusu al travel package called "F.u- rope Ad Lib." It's a flexible plan under which the traveler makes his own selection on the length of the cruises and slays at any of 21 Hilton hotels in U European countries. Rales under Ihe plan valid unlil Oct. 31 vary according lo the package, which range from a minimum three day cruise plus [our hotel nights < from 5.1.18 per person? lo five-day cruise plus 14 hotel nights Ifrom SC05 per person!. All meals aboard the ship are inclmled. Air fares are extra. Our cabin was small Init comfortable with two lower single ru'rlhs. private shower and loilet. Meals and services were outstanding POLICE UNION SCHOLARSHIPS - Edward MjchasMw and Christine Zak were the recipients ol scholarships awarded this year by Local 325. International Brotherhood ol Police Officers. Ptlm. William Masslcotle, vice president of lhc union. Is shown presenting the award to Myctiasfcrv who plans to attend the University of Conn. Del. Henry Kucienskl Is shown presenting the award to Miss Zak wri o plans to a [tend Fairf fcld University i n the fall. (N EWSpn oto by Don Coasey 1 The Vinson Massif is the litest point in Antarctica, at I,\BOR VIOLATION 16,860 feet. WASHINGTON (UPI) - The National Labor Relations Board has found Uniled Cable Television of Plainville in violation of federal labor law. The board ordered the firm to cease threatening employes wilh discharge and implying they will gain benefits if they reject union affiliation. The charges were made by Local « of the International Brotherhood of Eledrical Workers, which has been trying lo organize Ihe firm's 15 employes. HOUSE FOR SALE Classified Page Column 3-D RITA'S BAKERY 51 Spring St. Union City EeSure In Chick On Mj fr»1«r Fit Syr SMJI POLAROID SX 70 PRONTO ONLY $C095 69 GAF Personal cameia w/flash attachment Now 14 9 POLARIOD SX70 Land Camera '155 95 Elsewhere ! 199 9b

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