The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on January 13, 1977 · Page 1
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Page G - XAl'OATl'CK NEWS (Conn.) Tuesday, May 18.1976 DIRKCTOnS OF THE CITY HILL MIDDLE SCHOOL VARIETY SHOW posed for a posl- perfonilance photo recently a( the school auditorium. From left to rigid are Director Bruce Horn, producer Lynn Clark, director Tony [.amanno and producer Micaela Zwick. The four also performed in the "Morono Brothers Magic Act" skil. with Horn and Umannoslarringas (he brothers and Clark ami'/.nick as Flora and Fauna (or is it Founa and Flora), their ableassistanls. (,VEIVS(iholo bv Don Cousey) City Hill Variety Show Huge Success At the City Hill Middle School .Auditorium faculty and students recently were delighted by the entertaining "Annual Variety Show." Weeks of preparation went into the original scripts, choreographies, songs, and skits provided live on the stage. The show was directed by faculty members Bruce Horn and Tony Lamanno, and produced by Mrs. Micaela Zwick and Mrs. Lynn Ciark. Acts and students participating included: Emcees, Kasey Carriero and Roi Rossiteni; "Tijuana Taxi", Diane Borbas, Rachel Woodside, Sharon Bridge, Kuih Souccy; "Beautiful Doll," Minnie Lewis, Margie Marques, Carol M'Sadoques, JoAnn Rice, Mary Snabailas, and Linda McGralh; "Mr. Magico", Steven Burke, Cheryl Champagne; "Beautiful News", Laurie Zak, Lori Fruin; "Impressions", Peter Voeghl; "I \Vanl to Be Free", Mr. Furs, Donna Vitiello, Nancy Sullivan, Mr, Evenson; "Baton Twirling", Lori Sunbury; "Nixon Skit", Jim Goggin, Jody Connelley, Joey Hasenfeldt; and "Exorcisl Ballet", Tammy Kosko, Lori Campbell. Also, "Piano Player", Lisa ,„ ,.,,„.„ Soliwocki; "Entertainer Pan- ™f dl "8 - Sandy Scranlon. lomime", Tara Smith, Laurie J»Ann Shem;,nski, Tarni Cowan; DeAngclis, Brenda Thies, Linda Guillbeaull; "Aquarius", Heide Noffke, " ~ " Shaker; THE EMCEE AND PIANIST FOR the City Hill Middle School Variety show are shown alter (he show, which was well received by (he faculty and sludeots. Al righl is Bosarion Uositani who wa inasler of ceremonies and a( left, pianist Kara Shea, who played an original lime she had composed ("Memories'") at (he show's performances. (NEWSpholo by !)on Cousey) DANCERS SANDY SCRANTON, JOANN SHEMANSKI AND TAMMI COWAN (lefl (0 righl), who performed a modern dance routine lo the music of Elton John's "Love Lies Bleeding", posed recently at (he City Hill auditorium after their Hay 3 performance. Their act was one of 27 performed at the show. (NEWSpholo by Don Couseyl mufflers, 498, and brakes, 298. Kim Bradley, Sue "The Morning After Skit", David Platt, Jose Ascencio. Jeff Cool, Ed Conway, Richard Carlson; "Tap Dance," Cheryl Champagne, Lisa Papallo; "The Morono Brothers Magic Act", Uruce Horn, Tony Lamanno, Mrs. Lynn Clark, Mrs. Micaela Zwick; "Rocky Mountain High", Cindy Chute; "Saturday Night", Debbie Ruela, Lori Sunbury, Sue Clisham and "Doctor's Office Skil," Ray Withers, Teresa Roundy, Cindy Chute, Jeanellc Lovell, Kathi Johnstone. Ddlwe sch r um™uchCT C , ave joy Pac Notes Motor Vehicle Spot Inspection Results Skapzynski; "George Washington", "Love Song", WETHERSFIELD - Motor spection teams," Commissioner vehicles, passed the inspection Ricky Cobb; "Love Lies Vehicle Commissioner Stanley J. Pac pointed out. "National and were issued safety slickers Pac today noted the monthly studies have shown lhat unsafe for their windshields, random spot inspection program tires are one of the major For Ihe firs! time in recent showed continued improvement, vehicular factors in accidents, inspections, the defective war- except for one major area. For their own safely, I would nings lisl was not headed by "I'm disturbed by Ihe report hope Connecticut motorists different lighting combinations, that 847 defective equipment would replace tires that are 'he defective warnings list was warnings were issued for unsafe unsafe." not headed by different lighting tires, out of the 10,367 vehicles The April report showed 63.1 combinations, as the defective without a license, 29 for operating stopped bv Ihe three MVD in- percent, or 6,543 of 10,367 tires category moved into the lop an unregistered motor vehicle. Sponge Rubber Workers Seek Vacation Pay WATERBURY - In a letter to Sponge Rubber employees, Congressman Ronald A: Sarasin announced lhat Alex Dolnick, the Chicago attorney for Grand Sheet Metal Company, has decided to petition the United States District Court in Chicago on the employees' behalf in order to resolve their claims for vacation pay. A week ago, Sarasin had recommended lhat Sponge Rubber emptoyees.write Dolnick in order to insure that their claims for vacation pay were considered by the Court. Since the bankruptcy proceedings bagan last year, the employees had been assured lhat (heir claims would be considered as creditors. When Sarasin learned that legal procedures followed by the Court might not allow consideration of Hie former Sponge Rubber employees' claims, he suggested that the employees file claims through Dolnick. Now, Dolnick has informed Cong. Sarasin that, rather than attempting to handle each worker's claim separately, a petition based on the company's pay records will be presented to the Court. He will request in the petition that 25 percent of the money owed by each employee be paid as a priority claim. This payment will be made (his summer it the Court accepts the petition. The balance of the worker's claim will be settled in semi-annual payments. The repayment schedule will depend on the income received by Grand Sheet- Metal for the sale of the Sponge Rubber properties. National Bank Sets Summer Schedule "Memories", Kara Shea; "Heather Dallel," Debbie Scarpa; "Taste of Honey", Colleen O'Brien, Elizabeth Mozesky; "Commercial", Bob Binette, Frank Johnson; "The Hustle," Bob House Rock Band, Kim Foster, Juanita Femandes, Kurt Schmidt, Debbie Scarpa, Mark Quint, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Zwick, Lamanno, Horn; and "Ply. Robin Fly", Cindy Pierce, Trish Kempka, Diane Becchetti- The stage crew included Bobby House, Bill Goggin, Rich Carlson nnd Pete Voeghl. NHS Group To Perform MORE VISITORS AUSTIN (UPI) - The State Department of Highways and .L >.,m; . i i -i . Public Transportation says a the MVD insnectors for failure to j L .... • , ., record number ot Eounsls carry registration, 360, failure to v | s j tc( j 7 exas m ,m- Tj, e carry operator's license, 211, and Tms visitor lndus , " R , displaying one marker,347 21 i||( * , t There-were 134 arrests by local „•/;,„„ spCTt w . 5 bi i, i<m . police officers accompanying the _ r inspection teams, with 34 arrests for operating a,motor vehicle and 16 for operating while their operator's license was suspended. National Bank of Connecticut in East Danbury, Fairfield, F the greater Bridgeport, Danbury Mill River, Milford, Mill Plain, _ nBn and Naugatuck Valley areas, and Naugatuck, New Milford, "A?F 0 . R °~ ' Hih Schod Cho The offices of the Stale Brookfield, Danbury Executive, Af d, Far •fX.t- _ nBn n . »...„,„.<. 0 . R °~ Ju'm "C-m the bank's Computer Center, Mill Paradise Green, Ridgefield, High Schod Choral w,ll perform beclosedonSaturdaysduringlhe Soulhporl, Trumbull, «> .*' I 9 '* £« summerbeginningMay29,itwa S Wallingford. and Walertown Cl ""^ A ^ 1 ^l ft, in announced today by George F. Offices. Any BanKey holder may scheduled from June 4-13 . in Barbour, executive vice use any of these BanKey Centers Downtown Hartford^ Scheduled president in charge of branch at any lime. Area residenls who '» tf rfo ™ a ' 3 . administration. All of State are nol now customers of State ' National's banking offices will National may apply for a per- also be closed on Alemorial Day, sonal checking account and a free 'he group will be held at Wlay 31, a legal banking BanKey at any of the bank's necljcuU largesl ""The" extended banking hours In ' concluding his an- professional visual and per- now offered on Thursdays or nouncement, Barbour ™ an- also •° r '™ r « «"• JIore '™ The old way to transfer money from one account' to another was this Take bankbook out of drawer. Drive to bank. Park. -Put on hat and coat, t 3f Walk into bank, Fridays by many Stale National mentioned that night depository Mor . e ' ran '• co ° Bank offices will be continued facilities are available at all P a ™_ in f; during Ihe summer," said offices, and suggested thai Barbour. "For the convenience of customers with questions i of sculpture, graphics, exhibited at the Festival this artists and craftsmen will normally accomplish their banking needs," he said, "we s progr, NUHEYEV STAHS ? " r's p.rn o^ces or »n telephone *«»»%* «- "to- addition." commenled Metropolitan Opera House Para Barbour "24-Hour BanKey starling July 20. The repertoire June S SfmmslKS exhibitions Bankmg Centers will continue to will include (he full-lenglh "The Poetry, thealr e , dance and I ,*te beavailablesevendas-saweekin Sleeping Beauty," "Swan Citing entertonrnent. t estival the bank's Ansonia, Bayview, Lake" and "Giselle." hoursarelOa.m.tolOp.m.dail>. t.^J^^ V -* — jj._^l^».' > _ ' It 1i il i. HI » ••••I FR.\^^^•GHAM. MASS.-A happy youngster b Jerome GrffflUi, 1*. o( Export, P»., .fter winning Ihe 10th annual Amvels Driver Excellence safe driving program in Framingham. He besled Mother yMlhs who made il to Ihe finals. He holds Ihe trophy, plus the car and a IMhousand scholarship check. (LIp[) Write out deposit and withdrawal slips.[g Take to teller window. ^ Walk out to car. Take off hat and coat.^§£)Put away bankbook.— The new way to transfer money is this. Call The Savings Bank of Ansonia Telephone Teller at 734-2274 (Dial734-C-A-S-H!) any hour of day or night, 24 hours a day. Give your secret code number (assigned for safety when you apply for telephone transfer service). Say how much you want transferred from your savings account to your checking account... from checking to savings... from checking to any installment or mortgage loan wi th us. We do the rest! Dial your dollars and they move on command! What'smore, your monthly all-in-one checking statement (or quarterly savings statement) \vill show • all your telephone transactions. That gives you an up-to-date record of the activity and current balances on all your Savings Bank of Ansonia accoun ts... personal checking, certificates of deposit, passbook or statement savings and loans of every kind. (If you have passbook savings, we update your book whenever youbringitin.) Telephone Teller - the modem way to move your money. Come in and fill out an application - or call 734-2561 and we'll send you one. Drive home, i Savings Bank Your family bank® LTJ MEMBER F.D.l.C. uXon AnsoniaOffioe 211 MainSlr«t 7H 2561 Ansonia Mini Bank 165 Main Street ScymourOfficc She! ton Office 11 Klaridfs Villa BC Dr. 888-45W (checkingnotpei*iitled bystitelaw) .IWCoram Ave. Beacon Falls Office 127S.MainSt. 135-4624 723-1431 7342561

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