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t-NAt'CiVrUCK NEWS (Coon.) Salurday, May 15,19I« ' ' Tht orner RADIO > TELEVI6IOH • PRESS T&-*J« V*J <»?! "The Fallh That Wins" This woman was not a Jewess, On April 5, ws, President not one of (he Chosen People. She Cliiang Kai-shek ol Nationalist was considered a bcalhen liking China died. A week earlier with in Tyre and Sidon She is held up Madame Chiang and six of his as a model of faith because she most trusted senior ministers at dd not take, "NO", for an an nisside.theeighty-eight-year-oid swer. She knew lhat there was no Nationalist leader had publicly medical cure lor her daughter, reaffirmed in a final mil and who was possessed by the devil, testament, his life-long com- even as Ihere is no human cure mitment to Jesus Christ. On Ire for these people today. She ad- Holy Saviour IPoliihNjllcr.il Cithollt Church llSProtpcctSlmt Hev. Join Silagimikl Fatter V Organist: Helen Mis. Intention and Alice Tiso. , and Mrs. Edward Family. In observance of Bicentennial Sunday by The .Ecumenical Religious Workers of Naugatuck, our Guest IV Sunday After Easter (Bicentennial Sunday) 7:30 a.m. Private confession North-South Expressway which *essed'chris["b"ylfc"propVr for ,- vc ™ g ^^ and chiWren was taken by the funeral Messianic title, "0 Lord, Ihou ""',„ „ , „ r procession, a large while cross son of David, have mercy on . 8 a.m. Holy Mass, Communion, was displayed prominently, me." Jesus hail to Iry her failh , „ , , ... „,. symbolizing lo the people ol the before lie could work a miracle. ? r ,,™. and Allce Tbso ' nation the President's faith in Her helplessness was expressed ' lc< t uei '. 01 "'. l Jesus Christ, This man had seen and her failh revealed Christ's Knt& ™ ana liller defeat in his lifetime, but helpfulness. Sermons could be his faith in Jesus Christ helped preached on God's silence in him conquer the onslaught of his dealing with people, for there is a enemies, psychology of silence in God's How Irue this is of our lives, actions. Through Ihe trials and tribulations ol lite, there is always the victory obtained by the crowing glory that, "All things work together lor good lo those nho love God." There is a story in Matthew 15:21-28 which tells of an unnamed woman of Phoenicia in Syria who was truly tempted by Chrisi when she asked for His assistance to drive (he devils out of her daughter. Al first, Christ seemed lo pay no attention to her, his disciples want ed lo s end her away, but her persislence wrought a miracle. "Send her away for she crleth after us." was their comment. How typical of our reaction lo those suffering with illness, troubled minds and guilt. Chrisi rebuked them as He rebukes u.- for our cold indifference. Afler the Lord has tried us, from Robert Frost), Text from the second chapter of Ephesians. 9 a.m. School of Christiar, Living classes, coffee fellowship hour. 2 p.m. Litany to the Blessed Mnlher Mary. 2:15 p.m. Monthly meeting of St. Francis ((Ionian Catholic) 111. REV. Slsgr. Joseph lleatey, Pastor Rev. Raymond I'itruuello Rev. John K, Lynch SUNDAY MASSES: 1:30,8:15,10.11:15 a.m. C1IAPKL: 10:05a.m. . VIGIL.MASSES: SaturdavS and 7 p.m. CONFESSIONS: Saturday^ toSandafterthe JM p.m. Mass until a p.m. 2:30 p.m. Meeting of the Youth of all PNCC parishes, will be held al Holy Trinity Church in Plantsville, Conn. Following the meeting there will be a picnic for the youth on the parish grounds. Monday - 7 p.m. NCYC youth club meeting in the parish hall. All items for the "International First Baptist Church Of Waterbury Sunday • 10:30 a.m. Morni% Worship and Church School. The Crib, Nursery and Kindergarten Departments will be in session. Sermon by the Rev. William N. Smith. 11:40 a.m. Church School for all ages. Adull Bible Study. Couples Club fellowship hour. 6 p.m. Junior 4 Senior High BYF. Monday - 7:30 p.m. Bicentennial Committee. Church Growth Committee. Tuesday - 7:30 p.m. Board of Deacons. 8 p.m, Walerbury Chapter of American Guild of Organists Meeting. Wednesday - 1 p.m. First Baptist Church Women. \ p.m. Hillside Covenant Hillside Avenue Naugatuck. Conn. Allan F.Johnson ' Minister 9:30 a.m. Church School. 11 a.m. Morning Worship Service Worship Leader - Mr. Ronald Ames. Guest Speaker - The Rev. Andrew Smith, pastor of St. Michael's Episcopal Church, Naugatuck; parlicipating in a pulpit exchange sponsored by the Ecumenical Council of Churches. The adult choir will sing. Old Testament Lesson - Isaiah New Testament Lesson - John 1(5:5-15. N'ursery care is provided for pre-school children, Junior Church for those in grades kin- mother lie said, "0 woman, great Is thy faith: be it unto (hee even as thou wilt. And her daughter was made whole from that very hour." The faith that is bold anil confident overcomes our trials and tribulations. The llollanc lunnel under the Hudson River ,, -. „ ™ „ ,. , . ,,. connecting New York City and ."""^V: display should be St. Vincent Ferrer's Jersey City accommodates more than 12,500,000 cars and trucks lunnel fearlessly knowing Uiey Kill pass through (he tunnel". Entering the tunnel, you do not see the exit, but you know it is there. As you enter the tunnel of your affliction, you know lhal Godis on Ibeother end giving you strength to see you through. A gem cannot be polished without friction, nor man perfected without trials. brought to the parish hall on Monday evening, Wednesday - 8 a.m. Holy Mass St. Francis First Church Of Christ Scientist Mom)a} , rm ^ m g^ „, Christian Education. Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Bible Study md Prayer'Group, 8:30 p.m. Evangelism Committee. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal. Friday - The Senior Hi-League will leave to go to Burlinggame, H.I. for a camping weekend. p.m. May Devotions and t.itany to the Blessed Mother Mary. Friday - 8 a.m. Requiem Mass for Mrs. Julia Krzykowski. Re-quest of Mrs. Adela Koro'.votny. Saturday - p a.m. Catechism Corner Holmes and Mitchell Avenues Waterbury, Conn. Sunday Service and Sunday Wednesday School 10:45 a.m. Nursery available for pre- Sunaay School children. entistj Cross Street School CrosiStreet Rev. Alb/rtkaralis ' 723-W8 Schedule of Masses at SI. Vincent Ferrer's Church held at Cross Street School: Sunday Vigil Mass held | Bicenteriiiial United, display ol Polish items at the "International Heritage Day," which '.vill take place on the green St. Paul's Lutheran MillvilleAvenueat HoadleySlreet Rev. Gregory Wismar Evening Meeting at 8 o'clock, which includes testimonies of Christian Science Healing. A Free Christian Science Reading Room at 178 West Main Congregational Church Ministers: George Francis Fisher Laurie E. Wliinnem in the Town of Prospect. Parish Notes: Please note thftti this Sunday, May 16, there will Ije, only one Mass al 8 a.m. The pastor will be Ibe guest preacher in the Naugatuck Congregational This is the Fourth Sunday in Church at the 10:30 a.m. Service. Easlertide. It is also Naugaluck Pulpit Exchange Sunday as arranged by the Naugatuck Ecumenical Conference of Street is open daily from 9:45 Churches lo celebrate Ihe Two a.m. lo 3:45 p.m., where the Hundredth Anniversary of our Bible, Science and Health with Nation. Mr. Fisher vollpreai: at Key to the Scriptures by Mary HolySaviorChurch.andlheRcv. Baker Eddy, and all authorized John Szlagowski, Pastor of Holy Christian Science Literature including the Christian Science Monitor may be read, borrowed, Saturday Evening Service at or purchased. The subject of the Lesson- Junior Choir. 4:45 p.m. Junior dergarlen through second. Bell Choir. 7 p.m. Festival of Tables. Thursday • 9:30 a.m. Morning Bible Study. 5 p.m. Youth Bell Choir. 7:15 p.m. Senior Choir 9 p.m. Adull Bell Choir. Music lor Sunday, May 16 Prelude "Sonata II" for flute, Bach. "Allegro Moderate: Siciliano" Miss Peggy Rambacli flute. Anthem "Awake, Awake to Love and Work" • arr. Burke, Junior Senior Choir and flute. Offertory,"All Thy Works Praise Thee", arr. Lockwood. Posllude, "Prelude in E Major" , Caen. Guest Flutist, Miss Peggy Rambach. Organist & Choir Director Sirs. Charles D. Me- Clrary. I Immanuel J Lutheran ! Rev. Frank J.llelesc|inij> I KOCoen Street ' I Telephone 723-3453 j Naugatuck. Connecticut I Calvary Baptist orth Main Street Waterbury .:-,_ ir ..5 :3 ?,P.-!J" anist' Rev. Christopher D. Doyle, Jr. 214 Meadow Street , ..¥ ar i 1 >' tl Mc " Sa ™on for May 16th is "Mortals arlarid. '' ' ' and Immortals;" 1 'The Golden ; ; Greeters: June The Sermon Hymn - "Take My Text is from John 3:7, "Ye must i Robert Norton. be born again." Savior Church, will be Ihe Guest Preacher at 10:30 a.m. Chapel Worship-8:30a.m. The Rev. Ms.Whinnem will preach at this service in the Parish House. Morning WorshTrJ.-'-lOiJO a.m. •Koiloski and Jesus answered, and said unto him. Verily, verily, I say unto (hce, Fjxcept a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God. John 3:3 Sunday School for all ages — 'J:-l(l a.m. Morning Worship Service 10:50 a.m. Speaking toilay will be Rev. :on Plains, Saturday at 5 and 7 p.m. Sunday morning Masses: a.m. and ID a.m. Pulpit Exchange Our Lady Of Fatima -'071 Baldwin Street Waterbury, Connecticut Kev. Nelson S. llebeiro. Pastor New Haven Baptist Chapel !±E& * < T i> r !.~..^ r~- ti.~ Affiliated with Son them Baptist Convention Located East Haven, al Sunday. We are pleased to welcome to our pulpit this morning Pastor Gregory Wismar of St. Paul's Lutheran Church who will bring the morning message. Rev. Doyle will be preaching at St. Paul's. The morning worship service is al 10:15 a.m. The Oifertory Anthem is "I Hear Music" by Stromberg. Nursery class will be conducted during Ihe 10:13 worship service by Bev Carrington and Sandy O'Donnell. Kindergarten children's class will be held during that hour by Uiurie Sweel Getchell. Church es 1 - 12is at 9 a.m. Ushers for Ihe month of May are Debbie Kirkcndall and Vin 9 Rusgaitis. Greeter for the month -_' n .is Marge Thibodeau. St. Michael's Episcopal Hev. Andrew D. Smith Rector Fourth Sunday After Easter 7:30 a.m. Holy Communion. Celebrant: The Reverend An- Faiton, Life and Let It Be' The Message - "Walking" based on 2nd John 6. The Closing Hymn - "Savior, Again to Thy Dear Name We Raise." Lay Reader - Rita Diachenko. Ushers - Tom Jordan; Fred Hermonat. Acolyte - Albin Gruenwald. Altar Guild - Emma Barbiero. Sunday Morning Worship 10 10:15 a.m. The Organist - Martha-Lee Salem Lutheran Lowell L. Bernard, Pastor 20Salem Street Church Parlor 729-8126 Church Office I23-02J6 Parsonage 729-2692 Tomorrow, the clergy of Naugatuck, along with the United 9:M a m. Two-Year Music - Mr. Richard S. Mumford is Director of Music and the Adult Choir will sing. Prelude: Impromptu, Op. 90, No. 2, Franz Schubert; anthems: "Resurrection," William Billings; "Morning Has Broken," arr. by Cat Stevens and Harry Simeone; postlude: Waltz in E minor, Frederic Chopin. Church School - The Rev. Ms. Whinnem is Director of Christian Education. High School Class Nursery Alan tersedion of Route 88 and North High Street. Rev. Howard P. Williams, Paslor Sunday: S p.m. U.M.Y.F. Monday: 9:30 a.m. Al Anon 3-4:15 Brownies 7:30 p.m. Administrative Board Tuesday: 3 - 4:30 Girl Scouts Wednesday: 6:30 District Conference in Middletown 7:30 Choir Thursday: 7:30 p.m. Pastor- Parish Relations Committee 7:30 p.m. Boy Scouts Friday: 10 a .m. to 3 p.m. Thrift Salurday 5 p.m. - Vigil Mass shop Saturday 7 p.m. - Vigil Mass ^wtey 8-30 p m A A Sunday 8, 9:30, 10:45 and 12 A cordial imitation is extended noon - toallloeoraeandworshipwithus The 6 a.m. Mass has been a , the Uni[cd Mc(ho( { sl cancelled. drew D. Smith. Server: Rivera. 10 a.m. Morning Prayer 4- Bicentennial Ecumenical Exchange, Preacher: The Reverend Allan Johnson, Pastor of The Hillside Covenant Church, Lay Reader: Mrs. Robert Sagcndorf. Crucifer: James McCollum. Candle Bearers: David Heslon, Dennis Peterson. Ushers: Messrs. Beecher Woodside, John Wallace Pflug. Harnick, Donald McCollum, Acolyte - Robert Potz. Andrew Smey. Lessons & Psalm: Psalm N'o. 116. isl Lesson: Ezekiel 37:1-N. 2nd Lesson: Acts 3:1-21. The Opening Hymn - "All People That On Earth Do Dwell." The Gospel - St. John 16:16-22. The Sermon by The Rev. Chris Doyle. The Choir Anthem - "God and Country." Lay Reader - Fran bardier. Ushers - Fran Bombardier, Roberl Gallucci, Joe LuRusso, Church, Beacon Falls, will preach at one another's chur- ches.The Rev. GeneMcAlisterof the United Church, Beacon Falls, will preach at Salem. Pastor Bernard will preach at the United Church. This effort is part of Naugatuck's Ecumenical Con- Bom- ference of Churches' program lo Sanctuary. Soloists on flute, celebrale Ihe TVo Hundredth clarinet, and piano will perform, through Grades, 10:15a.m. Child Care 10:30 a.m. Coffee will be served in the Parish House following the 10:30 service. Everyone is invited, llosls will be Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Brodie. Recital - 7:30 p.m. in the St. Hedwig's (Roman Catholic) Rtv. Anthony A. Smialowski Paslor Glory Must Be." Venite 607. Benedidus es 626. Jubilate Deo 646. Sermon Hymn No. 361, i"The Friendly Church with a I1; t. Anthony's (RomanCaUiolic) Prospect, Conn. Rtv. Ja m cs O'Dti, Putor Rev. Joseph T. Donnelly Assod»" i, Sunday Masses • 7:30, 9:30,11 a.m. Salurday Vigil -5 p.m.and7:30 p.m. Daily Mass - 8 a.m. Confession • Saturday +-1:45 p.m. and 7-7:30 p.m. Baptism - Sunday 12 noon. Prospect Congregational Middlebury Baptist On The Green Rev.JohnBeck-Pattor St. Mary's (Roman Catholic) Rev. Edward Donnelly. Paslor Rev. Roland LaPUnle Assistant Pastor Masses 8:00, 9:45, 11:00 Saturday Masses 5:00and 7:00 Altar Guild - Emma Barbiero. Nursery Care • Kalhy Lennan. The Calendar Sunday - Sunday School and Music: Prelude, "Cantabile", Bible Class 9 a.m. Franck. Processional Hymn No. Bicentennial Sunday Pulpit 5S9,"0 What Their Joy and Their Exchange wilh the Uniled Methodist Church. Monday - Confirmation II 6:30 p.m. "Thou Art the Way". Offertory Tuesday • Christian Fellowship Anthem: "Almighty God", 7:30 p.m." James. Recessional Hymn No. Wednesday - Confirmation I 273, "Holy God, we Praise They 6:30 p.m. Name". Postlude: "Antiphon", Church Choir 7:30 p.m. Dupre. Thursday -Sunday School Weekly Notices Teachers Meeting 7:30 p.m. Sunday - Church School, 10- ~ ~ 11:30 a.m. Coffee Hour, II a.m., 6:30 p.m. Wing. Camp Washington Open) House, 2-5 p.m.. Lakeside, Conn. Junior YPF supper meeting, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Parish House. Monday - Brownies, 3 p.m., Parish House. Worship Committee meeting, 7:30 p.m., preceded by Service of Evening Prayer. Diocesan Convention, St. John's Church, Stamford, 9:15 a.m. Tuesday - Senior Girl Scouts, 6 p.m., Parish House. Anniversary of our nation. 9 a.m. Church School for those four-years old through the 9th grade. 9 a.m. Adult Study Group will meet for coffee in the parlor. The study is on meditation. All Welcome. 10:30' a.m. Family Worship. Our school-age children are expected lo attend church. The service includes a children's talk and a hymn for the young in heart. The children are given their own special aclivily bulletin. The Rev. Gene McAlisler will (reach. Stephen Sundholm will be liturgist. Mrs. Birger Gabrielson will be Lector. Councilman, William Mass, will Saturday - Evening Worship greet members and guesls as Ihey enler Salem. Richard Shea and James A. Reynolds will serre as ushers. The Chancel flowers in loving remembrance of Mr. and .Mrs. Carl E. Johnson. The (lowers on Ihe Memorial Stand in loving remembrance of Mrs. Julia Svahn Olson. The Salem Choir will sing two selections. Anlhern - "I Am The Vine And You Are The Branches." Offertory - "Sing We With A Merry Heart." Adrienne Pinebrook Assembly Uf God City Hill and \Yoosier St. Rev. Coleman Barlow. t'aslor Sunday - 10 a.m. Service, sermoo and Senior Choir Churdi School a ad Nur«rj Cat All invited. St. Michael's (RominCalholic) Beacon Falls Rev. John J. SoMtinM Pallor Assistant Paslor Rev. Jodn T. Moskus Masses7:30,9:15andlla.m. Satorda) >15:Mp m. 9:45 a.m. Sunday School with Holbrook is organist and choir Wednesday - W a.m. Holy c i a 55es foral! ages and a class for <*r«tor. Communion. 10:30a,m. Litany of Healing Service. Junior Conformation Class, 3-4 p.m., Wing Thursday - Village Green Fair Coromitlee meeting, 7:30 p.m., Wing. 11 a.m. Morning worship, Children's Church, nursery. 6:30 p.m. • Prayer service. 7 p.m. • Evening Sen-ice. Monday • 7 p.m. Revivaltime Radio Choir at New Peter And Paul !:^It; nacle 7 Ukrainian j. CatholicChurch! IMCliflonAve. Ansonia Announcements Wednesday 4 p.m. Confirmation Class will meel. Thursday 6:30 p.m. Junior Choir rehearsal. 7:30 p.m. Salem Choir Haven nfiearsal. Salurday morning, May 22nd, p.m. Bible ^ re *iU be a Walk-VThon for Study, Christ's ambassadors c ^t Calumet, youth group. 8.30 p.m. - Choir practice. A warm welcome is extended to A thought for Ihe day '* the public. For transportation or African novelist William f more information, call 729-9770. Faulkner said. "I believe that fj Sign language for the deaf is man wll not merely endure; he il provided al all services. -"-•>-'" and the High School Handbell Choir will play a group of classical and popular selections. Admission is free; everyone is welcome. Notes For The Week Sunday- High School Handbell Choir 5:45 p.m Pilgrim Fellowship and Scrooby, Attend concert at 7:30 p.m. Recital 7:30 p.m. in the Sanctuary. Tuesday - Mothers i Others 10 a.m. A.A. 10:30 a.m. Junior Choir 3:30 p.m. Wednesday • Service Workshop 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Clothier, roon to 3 p.m. Pilgrim Handbell Choir 4:15 p.m. Criminal Justice Series 7:30 p.m. "Does Our Syslem Really Work?" Speakers: Joseph Trotla, Director of Volunteer Services ol the Conn. Dept. of Correction; Gordon Bates, .the Conn. Prison Assoc.; Jane Perelli, Adull Probation Office in Waterbury; the Rev. Ms. Wliinnem. The public is invited. Benevolence committee 7:30 p.m. Thursday - Bible Study' 9:30 a.m. Al-.Anon !0a.m. Boy Scouts, Troop 102 7 p.m. Adult Choir 7:30 p.m. Friday • Parish Scope deadline 4 p.m, Salurday • Zack, Jr. Dress Rehearsal 10 a.m. in the Sanctuary. The Clothier 10 a.m. lo I p.m. Greenery and Goodies Gallery 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the Green. Baked goods and all types •of plants will be featured. Mrs. Scott Slither lard and Mrs. James Waidelich are co-chairmen. Ir the event of rain, the sale will be conducted in the Parish House Reserrations for the Church Picnic on Sunday, May K, must be made no later than Monday. May 17, by reluming Ihe reservation form lo the church office. The Fifth Sunday of Easter The Organ Prelude - Prelude Jack . TurlKr . from "Celebrate Life" bv Buryl '"'™ig a "n^ 6 p.m. - Rev. Turner will be Processional Hymn - "Thine mwt ' n S with lhe TOOTS Is-'The''Glfiry r iby.;G-.P''Ha'fider */ P- nlp ~~ Evening Worsrnp^.. First Lesson -- Acts 9:28:31 Sfyice ( '^fa., Second Lesson -I John 3; 18-21 'Wednesday, 7:30 'p.m.:-; —,. Holy Gospel - St. John 15:1-8 Pra >' er Mcelin S * nd Biblc Sl « d >' . The Hymn - "Lord, Keep Us *'"&? and Saturday, May 21 Steadfast In Thv Word" - and n ~ Teen Iletreal al Cara P L u ther. " Northfield, Northfield, Mass. Sermon - Father Roland Xwsay provided at all ser- LaPlanle of St. Mary's Roman ™ es Catholic Church Offertory Music — "In Remembrance" by Buryl Red Communion Hymn ' "Draw Nigh and Take The Body of Ihe Ix>rd" — Sullivan Celebration of the Holy Supper Recessional Hymn — "Holy God, We Praise Thy Name" — Gesanghuch Organ Postlude — "Gott Des Himmels" by Heinrich Albert Acolytes — Michael Joeckel & Lee Schlesingcr Altar Guild Chairman — Mrs. John Carreiro Altar Flowers are given by (be Ed Baummer ?"ami!y in memory of Alvina K. Manke. Sunday, 9 a.m. Sunday Church School — Mr. William R. Pohl, Jr., supt. Adult Study Class 10 a.m. - Youth Choir rehearsal 10:45 a.m. — Holy Communion Service — The Rev. Frank J. Meleschnig wilh Father Roland LaPlanlefrom St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church bringing the message. 6:30 p.m. Meeting of the Youth of Immanuel. Tuesday,9 to noon - Lutheran Women's Workday 6:30 p.m. — Meeting of the Confirmation classes 7:30 p.m. - Lutheran Church Women meeting with the Naugaluck High School Chamber Singers presenting a choral concert. Everyone is inviled. Refreshments will be served. Thursday, 7 p.m. - Adull Choir rehearsal. j Jehovah's j Witnesses Sunday - 10 a.m. Bible Talk "How Your Life Is Affected By Angels." 11 a.m. Walchtower Study 'Group Discussion) "True Worship — A Successful Way of Life." -- Joshua 4:8. 2:30 p.m. Bible Talk (Same as above). 3:30 p.m. Watchlower Study (Same as above). Tuesday - 7:30 p.m. Congregation Bible Study (Group Discussion). "Man's Salvation Out of World Distress Al Hand!" Friday - 7:30 p.m. Theocratic School "Prophecy." Acts 26:1-23. "Why People Do Bad Things." "Can You Make Advancement?" "Purim." 8:30 p.m. Kingdom Service Meeting. "Why We Should Pray for Those We Seek to Aid." "Do You Really Want a Bible Study?" "Various Ways to Start a Study." Concluding comments. [United Church! Beacon Falls, Conn. ~ I Eugene M&llistcr, Minister * Morning Worship 10:30 a.m. Pulpit Exchange Sunday with the Rev. Lowell Bernard of Salem Lutheran Church preaching the sermon and Richard Shaw leading ttl11 P«vail." Above Al, Glory - Wilson. Offertory - Sweet Is The Work McClellan. Postlude - Ve Servants of God • Hughes. Criurch School 10:30 a.m. Nursery 10:30 a.m. Pilgrim Fellowship 7 p.m. Monday • Choir • 7 pm. Confirmation Class 7 p.m. Tuesday • Deacons 7:30 p.m, BIG BUSINESS VERNON, Conn. (DPI) Connecticut nursing homes were big business in 1975 — about S180 million worth — according lo figures released by Ihe stale Association o! Health Care Facilities. About WO million came from the stale Social Services Department, for services performed for welfare clients, Ihe Irade group said Saturday. Half the slate share was reimbursed by Ihe federal government. The association said 61.2 per cent of Ihe costs of the 250 nursing homes in the state went for labor; 20.1 per cent wenl for food, supplies and buildirg maintenance; 15.6 per cent [or building mortgages and taxes, and 3.1 per cent for other costs. GARDEN TRENDS SHELBURNE, VI. (LTD The community gardening movement has launched several Irends, says a spokesman lor Gardens for All, Inc., a nonprofit group concerned with development of community vegetable gardening. He said Irends include establishment of canning centers and root cellars to preserve and store fruits and vegetables, and ! farmers' markets for market- 'ing gardeners' surpluses.

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