Griffin Hospital Slates Heart Screening Program o o A cardiac screening program from the screening program and designed to discover people who the results obtained, Dr. Sen- have a high risk of developing warti suggests that participation .,,,, ..- t. cardiovascular (heart and blood be supplemented by a visit to a ^V,,, •• : ". vessel) disease and who may be physician. All test results are f "'TT- heart attack prone will be con- confidential and will be furnished, •"*"' ducted by the Cardiology to Ihe participant's physician. Department of The Griffin Those who do not have a private Hospital according to a joint physician may obtain test results announcement by Thomas R. from Dr. Schwarti. Anastasio, assistant ad- An hour of the participant's ministrator and Dr. Kenneth Sch- lime is required to complete the wartz, director of cardiology. test. Full instructions will be The three-day screening provided to those enrolled. The program, open to the first 360 cost is $45. Similar tests done on enrollees on a first-come, first- an individual basis in hospitals or served basis, will take place in other medical facilities the hospital cafeteria on Wed- throughout the state could cost in nesday, June 9, from 1 to 8 p.m.; excess of $200. The low cost of $45 Friday, June H from 10 a.m. to 12 is made possible through the noon and 1:30 to 6 p.m. and cooperation of the physicians and Saturday, June 12, from 9 a.m. to technicians involved in the 5 p.m. program and because the .^ The testing procedure, com- hospital is making its facilities ._• monly referred to as cardiac available. stress testing, measures and Since the screening tests for records the beating action of the most participants are preven- participant's heart while at rest tative rather than diagnostic, and while involved in a 12-minute Blue Cross, Medicare and other the flowering shrubs exercise program. According to insurance coverages will Cl»blobrauUlylheP»rt|non^-="«•—" — Dr. SchwarU, the procedure tests generally not cover the cost of the Forsylhia bushes, five Lilac bushes and iv,o nops the participant's capacity tor test. Because of the low cost, the NAUGATUCK NEWS(Conn.l Tuesday. June 1,19?6 — Page 5 State Retired Teachers Bicentennial Program President Glenn Moon presided Wednesday, May 26 at the annual spring meeting of M°« «*"> slx h " ntired of < he the Association of Retired 6,115 stale aswiation members Teachers of Connecticut at attended. There are 217,000 Restland Farms, Northford, on combined Connecticut ARTC and Connecticut AARP members. Pageant Members of the local group of Retired Teachers of Naugatuck in attendance included the ii7-.il Will \An\rr, &r\r\on Make Appea ,jT.trv and Terr onaiM D) on are shown planting some of ^^^ . « Crab trees. Local Women To Attend me participant s capauiy lui icai. i>cvauac ui ui^ iw *-"•> undergoing exercise without participant will be individually Darf (JfQSS Ball doing harm to himself or his responsible for determining if the cardio-vascular system. The test is reimbursable and for ^ •-. - exercise progr.am includes completing necessary insurance walking briskly, going up and forms, down stairs and stationary Those interested in par- bicycling, licipating should write to The The Rrf Crfss Ba[1 Mng he id In addition to at rest and Cardiology Department, The on June 191h al , he Portuguese exercise electrocardiograms, the Griffin Hospital, 130 Division St., Qub win raise money to sup- ••- . testing program includes a data Derby, Conn. 06418, as soon as plemenl u,e expense ol the Motor Hotel in Uiicago, summary including smoking possible. The letter should in- ^ince Program. , history, blood pressure checks elude the participant's name, The chapter received 63.4 Ol before and during testing and a aiidressandtelephoncnumber.lt p,, rcell t O f its budget request blood lest (or cholesterol and should also state two date and [rom ^ united Way for the triglyceride levels. time preferences, along with the comi[) g veari The Board of Said Dr. Schwarti, "The name and address of the Direclor3 |ias j e emed it screening is designed to identify physician to whom the lest necessar y t 0 sponsor Ihe Ball in high risk patients before symp- results should be sent. A check ^^ to ^^nue this much toms become apparent so that a for $45, made payable to the _-.j.j n,, a >« ih» Miss Ethelmae Kenney, Miss Mary Jane Kamerzel, Miss Thirteen young women from Kathryn Kamerzel, Miss across the State, all entrants in Kalherine O'Toole, Miss the 1976 Miss Connecticut Margaret McGuire, Miss Mary Scholarship Pageant, will make Foley, Mrs. Lillian McGrath, their first appearance together Miss Charlotte Magnuson, Miss on June 11 at 8 p.m. at the Hedwig Granica, Mrs. Helen Naugatuck Valley Mall, Cooney, and Mrs. Helen Lynch. Walerbury. The ceremonies at The slate of officers presented the Mall, a scholarship con- by Ihe nominating committee 1 Josephine C. Miller, conservation chairman of the Juniors, J-ai ^^^ ^u kj c x off this year's was unanimously elected. These Dezso. president ol the clgb and Maureen Tafuto. second vice- ^p^y,,,, j or g,, h onor O f 0 (fi cers for the 1976-77 year are: president are shown as they assisted the men. representing the State of Con- President Glenn Moon, First Vice |- (NEWSphotoby Don Causey) n ^ (icut at ^ MJJS ^^ president Ruth Anderson, Second •~^^~~~~~~~"~^~" Pageant in Atlantic City in Vice president Signe Post, r'nv)PW/7A7/WOf77f > nSepl™ berancl(orassurningthe Recording Secretary Julia LxU VVIlUfl I YYUmen ro f e()fo[ri( . lalhosu$ , 0 | the state Conroy, and financial Secretary tor the coming year. Janet Reynolds. This year's Miss Connecticut Miss Emma Terrill of Mid- Pageant, which will take place on diebury was appointed June 18 and 19, marks the fourth Legislative Chairman and Miss consecutive year at the Center Ann Cronin of Waterbury was K a kowski wUI at K »* OT5la Cl IeCa ' vu w.n 1 ea eav 0 toms become apparent so that a for $45, ma e payable : to Uie ^^ program Dtte to the W The> w.n ea « « e therapeutic program can ue Griffin Hospital, must ac- increasing costs of gasoline the morning time of the program's diagnostic will be made to schedule the test procedures, it is not restricted to for the preferred date and time. ^^.^ __ _ _. . these age groups. However.'the In addition to Ihe testing date, an j ensen w ,th the preparations for program is not designed or additional visit to the hospital , he d anceare ihe following: Sub- recommended for people with mil be required to draw a blood „,„„,;„„. chairmen: Mrs. E. known cardiovascular disease sample for cholesterol and Ingly- i^,,^ B 0r g ] Refreshments: who are already under the ceride levels. An appointment Mfs JaC q Ue i y[1 Buckmiller,. treatment of a physician. A mil be scheduled. For medico Publicjty . Mrs . Ju ii a Celello, docle-will be in attendance at all reasons, blood samples mil not ^fr^. jirs. Alyce Erickson, times during the testing process, be drawn on Ihe day ol the Tickets . Miss Jose ue Pouliot, At St. Mary's Fair Saturday Constitutional The Red Cross Bloodmobile ' the National will visit St Mary's Hospital on Mrs. Joan Reed and Mrs, Sally i wfu viu»if /•—• «* — ™ui ^.«.~.. -• zens Inc. Wednesday'June 2 from 10:30 Swanson announce that final Theater in Waterbury and Ihe elected Public Chairman •ad Hilton am to4pm at the School of arrangements have now been eleventh year under the spon- TWO booklets prepared and June 2 to 5 sCT. on South Elm St made for the'Bicentennial Home sorship of the Southington edited by the Bicentennial al has organized a and Garden Sale" to be held Jaycees. - Committee were distributed, ipaisn to achieve its Saturday, June 5, from 10a.m. to Each year the Miss Con- These were "Thirty Years of i According to 4 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of necticut Scholarship Pageant Service" - a History of Ihe ~-irperson of Ihe Hillside Covenant Church, awards scholarships and other Association of Retired Teachers TiitteeatSt. corner Hillside Ave. and Elm- gifts totaling close to $6,000. The 0 [ Connecticut Inc. 194W6 and need com- wood St. areas represented in this year's "Retired Teachers of Con- competition are: Briarwood neclicut Remember" — School for Women, Bristol, Educational Echoes from Ihe Cheshire, East Haven, Enfield, past". One volume of a three part The Covenant Women have Fairfield, Manchester, New volume published in recognition been busily preparing for this Haven, Etidgefield, Southington O f the Bicentennial, affair and now have much of Waterbury, Waterlown and A one act history play was interest in store for you — Wolcotl. presented in recognition of the Tickets for the Pageant are Bicentennial. Based on Ihe vailable by contacting Mrs. sacrifice of Nathan Hale, "One nuppets tag sale items, etc. Robert Burke of Southinglon, Mr. Life to Give", was presented by 1 ' George Emond, Southing Jaycee the Rippawam players from _. . . „ ., ,v. ^,..». gippju-am school, Stamford. , if we a re to equal goal We ' . ^ , P ubl ' c 1S " ged ° We o donae ticipate in this gala event. attend th& sniiusl picnic Connecticut Council of Ne"n If Tnt'esfri* Hefreshments wil, be available WeTStaanforto Center •embers of the attending contact Mrs. Mallane. ^11 day. _ . (729-6153) for reser- . To derive maximum value exercise testing. Decorations, and H. Leroy Episcopal Bishop To Confirm Class The Reverend Andrew D. 7:30 p.m. the Rt. Rev Morgan Smith, Rector, announces that on Porteus, Bishop CoadjiUor oHh Wednesday evening, June 2nd at Diocese «<™* Of Collection .. .. . 00 with music ol the immediately . The Naugatuck Chapter is a member agency of the United Way of Naugaluck and Beacon Falls. Inc. Woodcock, Door. Mrs. Jensen urges.persons in,, the community to express their interest in continuing this important service by attending the dance. Tickets are $15.00 a couple and may be obtained by calling Mrs. Alvce Erickson 723-1416 or the •"••"•—••—;••" saint Michael's Episcopal chJa ter Hous ' e , 72 9-2219. A Memorial BOOkS Church for the Rile of Con- a^pggne Cocktail Hour with firmation and the Celebration ol Hors ^ d . of , uvres w jn v. ;„ Add To Quality $* Hol S Communion. The new gress ftom 8:00 [0 t •^ Order for Confirmation from the \ . . ., Trial Book of Proved Services ?£«,£„£. will be used in accordance with the wishes of the Bishop, and with "»">*""*• Memorial books given by the |he ap p rova | of the Worship Ted Hubbell family of Naugaluck committee of Saint Michael's, are on display al the Howard Those i 0 be confirmed are: Whittemore Memorial Library al rjjixjrah Joan Allen, Scotl Eric present. Andre, Todd Lee Andre, Michael Head Librarian Alberta F. ^^ DiSapio, William James Christie said that Mr. and Mrs. DiSapio, Eric Heston, Robert C. Hubbell started their gifts in 1969 Hill Michael Warren Kirk, John in memory ol Howard K. Hub- Martin Rolodziej, Kirk Vincent bell, Jr. A book has been added to Krajjnsky, Michael James Lock- the library collection in his name woo( j Elizabeth Martha Me- each year since then. Collum, Steven Peter Pompa, More recently the Hubbells W ji|j am James Pompa, Lisa have added books on con- Diane Prifly, Michele Joanne struction, Iree maintenance, R anu ska, Deborah Jean marine shells, and Florida in g c |,umachec, Patricia Ann memory of Howard K. Hubbell, Sy j or i a k, and Elizabeth Ann Sr. Books on bridge have been w^ig Adults to be confirmed or added in memory ol Mrs. Vera rece j v ed into the Episcopal Hubbell. These books will be on c^chare Mrs. Daricl Ann Kirk, display until June 5. rj r . Robert Prifty, and Mr. It is very easy to set up a Richard Schmidt, memorial fund or to give a single flowing the service the book in memory of someone. A congregation will have the op- consultation with Mrs. Christie to portunilv t 0 greet Ihe con- establish the subject matter, f irma nds and Bishop Porteus at a amount of money to be spent, reception in the Langhorst Wing ninuis r Mor name of the person in whose whi £ ttie T^day Niters will AIRMAN THOMAS C Mar- memory the book is given and rovide . 4»«Mc. son, of Mr. and Mrs. name of immediate relatives to v M.chwl J. Mordow.i»c o( 18 whom a note is sent notifying / ocfl / WOWOU Chestnut St. Seymour. Conn fteTof S« gift is all that is ^ OCUt " has b. t n wlected for technical Wem ° B ^ ' • - - training In the U.S. Air Force llr optntloti! field »l K««l« AFB, Mltl. The airman recently co mpl eted basic training at Lackland AFB, Ten., where he itwlled the Air Force minion, org«nl««tkra »Bd cuitomi ITM! receKed «p«UI liutraclion in human relations. attending Western, Mrs. Paolino was inducted into Kappa Ddla Pi, an Honor Society in Education, and maintained a consistent Dean's List standing. Mrs. Paolino also allended MaltatucV Community College, graduating Valedictorian of her class. While attending Mai- Utuck, she was nominated to Who's Who Among Students in American Junior Colleges and received the English Award for excellence in English. Mrs. Paolino resides at 34 Marbern Lane, with her husband, Robert, and their two children. , Bi-Centennia. '. Costume Rental* By Nona March Call 2 P.M. To 9 P.M. • 729-5597 • If every dollar in your personal checking account isn't earning 5% interest,, may be you're missing out on something. 5 necessary. SAINT MARGARET'S-NlclhHNAN SCHOOL 565 Chase Parkway, Waterbwy, Ct. 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