The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on May 19, 1977 · Page 8
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J-ACK fr-XAUO.VTUCK NEWS (CUH".J. Mnmio..,.*. ™—.-. __ Bethany State Police Barracks Ready To Handle All Types Of Emergencies Accident Prevention Theme In Courses Conducted By Red Cross Connecticut'* Suite police orfturv l/atlon todny IB rocojcnlssocl u* ono of th<, mint omclonlly prepared f|r»t aid units umoriK -the nation « law enforcornont nftunoloM us the ro- null of tho recently completed riritt uld trulnlntf courau Kl v «n to ouch incllvlduul putrolmun through -tno evaporation of thu American Kutl The KeU Cromt program provided lh« more thnn 300 rnombors ot the HU-te pollc" not only with u r<>- i frcxh.tr cournn In bimlc first ulil , biit ttl»o with rovlmid l«chnlc|uun or : umiirifBficy iiccldunt truatrnunU | Kmrnwcl by phyulclftns clurlnif the j W ln- addition, the trulnlnff rosult- «d In ou«h of til* 2.10 Stut.! piili'Ol cum iind »lx truck* becoming olljf- Ible UK RnU CI-OSH mobile first uld , unltn fully prepared to mwo UVOH | of Connecticut^ truffle uccklunt n* lino* ore urom 9,30A.M. » 12 noon. For b«M« low" O nd out-oMown scrvko call In th« early morning „ dyrino »«• ofr.rnoon. victims. It tilso CHrujllshod 30 pn- trolmon (IB quallflud Red Crosm drat uld Inulruetoi'S, equipped to touch modern methods of treatment to the remainder of the force ut cuch of thu eleven barracks in the state. Aa a result, thu full-scale traln- IJIR COUI'HO Wfi» Inlllfitud curly thin your by Rod Cross officials of the North Atlantic Areu and State Police CommlBMloncr Edward J. Hlcit- U> A tmlnlnK school for Instructors wiis established at Bethany bur- rucltii under the supervision of Ed- rnonil Montfoon, Harry Campbell lv nd Frank Holland, -three expert til-Hi aid Instructors assigned by the Kitcl Croas aruti huiidqunrtoi'M In New Yorlt. Durlnx tho session at thu Both- uny burrucks Captain Leo Mulcahy WHH In chnrtfo of state personnel, The course, a refresher Rod Cross course for many, wus a complete HUCCI.BB and nil the otllcors a-t Bethany received certificates. Llouinnunt Victor Clarke Is In charge of Bethany barracks, and Detective Anton Nelson has for ninny yenix beun In charge of first aid a n cl emorfroncy mechanical (.qulpnient t|iuirtered at Bethany. AllhoUKh -there has been little publicity, the mon at Bethany have [•ivtm proficient and contlnuoua help In all accidents In their territory. Thu nature of help has cov- iirud all kinds of iicnldents Including uld to victims of cuts from fly- in): K'ass, and burns, as well as HU f furors of fractures and shock. The ureu covurujfe of Bethany Inn-ruck.-! In the fiecond 'largest In the filule "• IncludliiK 'X> uompletu • KIWM.I, ninny lakes, anil svnterways, ; New KnKland's third lariJOMt rlv- I or,- the Housatonic, lies chiefly In | their Jurisdiction for writer accidents. The diversity of accident prevention and care requires Bethany barracks to have complete mechanical equipment. Lieutenant Clarke : ,uid Bethany barracks la mechani- cully modern and highly efficient Tn regard to their heavy trucks, ambulance with surgical operating room and supplies, ether tanks, respirators and pulmotors. They have a loud speaker truck and equipment -for disaster work, oven n row boat ready with outboard motor -for 1 water cmei'Ken- ii,' case of persons lost in the woods of this section, the barracks have throe trained clod's, a bloodhound, a Doberman and a German shepherd, with Officer Walter Fo.- ey In charge. Olllcer Foley received his training in tracking lost persona from the Canadian Mounted Police, who presented the barracks with the Doberman dog. Earl C. Shedd, chairman of Water Safety and Accident Prevention, represented the Naugatuck Chapter, American Red Croas, in rfl- I'ard to this training course, the local Chapter supplying all textbooks. Today, the Connecticut State Police system -stands fully ready to save lives. Commissioner Hlckey, commenting on the completion of the program, said: "First Aid train- Ing IB a 'must 1 und an Integral part u( our police curriculum. The public not only expects intelligent handling of the injured, but Is entitled to it and can be right-cous- Crew Escapes Death In C-74 Test Crash ^ ^H at LOOK Beach Caljr w,, c ««£'£«* £^™V* £f™ & WUB «£ sanle crew which Hurry K. Thaw, who with throe other _cr» « " c ' • ' . d T| lonK - r un B e plane, with a wlnp on. y two .K.p piloted spread |y indignant -when it Is not forthcoming. "Our personnel is 100 per cent 'Irst uld trained, and we are con- •Inuously adding to our emergency •auipmen't. The most recent additions aro a bos'n's chair for plane crash victims or persons strand.-1 in inaccessible places and the Stokes navy type stretcher. ••With 100 cars carrying complete •riicUire and first aid kits patrolling the highways 2-1 hours a day, with Cully-equipped ambulances and emergency trucks, and with our eleven barracks forming a. state-wide network of. first aid stations, I feel that we are prepared to render efllclent service when and wherever needed." Scott Street House Sold A house and lot on Scott street hus been sold by Pctroni Kasputis to Benedetto and Mary Mangini, according to a warranty deed on file In the office of Town Clerk Raymond J. St. John, CiwritfH MM. TW |rj QUALITY OF PRODUCT IS ESSENTIAL TO CONTINUING SUCCESS Wood ucrtvlnf by II. McCormick bu*d upon Uw orl«in»l oil ptintinc REMEMBER! YEAR IN! YEAR OUT! Means fine Many Rescued During Rain Storm In New England Boston, Aug. 8—(U P)—Clearing weather is predicted for New England after a severe northeast storm swept the six-state region. At least 23 persons, were rescued by Coast Guardsmen during the storm and nil plane service in the region was grounded. Heavy rain fell throughout the area with Providence. R. I., reporting a high of C.95 inches. More than three inches of rain fell at. Nantucket while Boston recorded almost a two-inch rainfall. Nine youths were towed to safety aRer their cruiser became disabled. And eight other youths were rescued from Calf Island where they had gone on a camping trip. Four men escaped when their cabin cruiser was beached at Nahant and a Melrose fisherman and his son wore rescued. t UJA.IIISHID 1111 WHETHER FOR A WEEK-END OR A FORTNIGHT, THE TRAVEL MARK OF A SOPHISTICATED MIGRANT IS HARTMANN LUGGAGE Hartmann is to luggage what the Hallmar kis to sterling— — Hartmann's name appears only once on each piece of luggage but — quality and style are written all over it. From poudre kits to luxurious wardrobe trunks for men and women $21 to $100 Complete * line of Work Clothes NAT'S 410 North Main St. Union City TEL. C136 BABY SEATS FOR CARS $1.89 ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY STORE SO SOUTH MAIN ST. TEL. 6162 Natijratuck, Conn. TIME Marines To Plan Convention At Meeting Tonight A special meeting of the Naugatuck Valley Detachment, Ktarinc Corps League, will bt held tonight at S o'clock at American Legion Home, for the completion of plans for taking part in the convention Saturday and Sunday in New Haven. Final reports' wTIT Be~mli'do on the dance held by the detachment last Saturday at Linden Park, .A large delegation of Marines will take part in the convention, with headquarters at the Hotel Garde TUAIN DERAILED Hinkorf, N. C., Aug. S—(U Pi- Eight persons were injured last night when part Of a Southern Railway train bound for New York was derailed near Hickery. One of the two engines pulling the train apparently jumped a switch and carried eight of the 30 coaches behind it off the tracks. None of the coaches was overturned, and none of the passengers was injured seriously. *+*•+*******• FIRST at Androphy's The Xow EMERSON POCKET RADIO Aluo Available PHILCO and EMERSON S Way AC-DC F«rtubles. Make your selection, now! Time to take another look at the ever changing economic picture, and the effect on your family budget. Time to consider your Savings Program—does it measure up to current day needs. Most people need two programs—one for emergencies—the other for the future. You can begin today—and with as Jitlle as $1.00 —to build an account that will guarantee comfort and security in later years. NAUGATUCK 187CMEVENTY FIFTH ANNIVERSARY I94t Ali.«PO<IT< HIUY GUARANTEED Great Oak Farm OXFOKD ROAD TeL SOW PERFECTLY PASTEURIZED MILK and CREAM I>»llvrry Tu All Turin of Nuumluck Our Jumbo Banana Splits and Fresh Fruit Sundaes Are The Talk of the Town! ! CORNER CANTEEN S92 No- MBln Street "J>oru" Trllerlro, Prop. EDDIE'S Corner Sprint & Diamond St». GROCERIES - VEGETABLES FRUITS - ICE CREAM SODA FOUNTAIN SERVICE Free Delivery Tel. 4919 Edward vfaakauckas, Prop. NAUGATUCK HARDWARE BUILDING TEL. 5212 Highland Package Store 93 Highland Ave. — Tel. 3983 } Anthony Farrar, Prop. FREE DELIVERY All Parts of Naugatuck Try NEWS W»nt Adi— They Bring Result*. COAL COSTS! WITH THE HONEYWELL DAMPS* A CONTIOk By initallina th> Honeyw.U E.ctrio Jo-ailcr damper control you canJJOT» up to 30% on your coal bill. Think what thi« Knrina moani during lull on* heatina loaion. W« hav* Electric Janltorl In itock now. Call u« today. b»lor« !»• supply » «OB«, lor lull Information,

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