The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on January 27, 1977 · Page 1
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Atchison, Kansas
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Thursday, January 27, 1977
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Page2-NAUGATUCK SEtt'S IConn.) Friday, June 4,1976 Obituaries Mrs. Edward Stannard HARTFORD - Mrs. Barbara leaves three sons, Stephen Meyer (Kelley) (Meyer) Stannard, 46, of of Santa Cruz, Calif., Relit and 29 Dennison St., wile of Edward David Meyer,both of Naugaluck; Stannard, died Wednesday at and a daughter. Miss I^orella llarlford Hospital afler a brief Meyer of Brandon, VI. illness. The funeral will be held Mrs. Stannard was born in Monday at 8:30 a.m. from Green .Naugaluck, March 28, 1930, and and Packer Funeral Home, 66 had been a Naugatuck residenl Terrace Arc., Naugatuck, to St. most of her life, moving to Francis Church, for a Mass al 9. llarlford five years ago. Burial will bo in St. James In addition toiler husband, she Cemetery, There are no calling hours. Mrs. Paolo LaFauci WATERBURY - Mrs. Hosaria (Piccolo) LaFauci, 16, widow o( Paolo LaFauci, ol 37 Lament St., died Thursday at her home alter a brief illness. She was bom in Messina, Italy, on Nov. 17,1899, a daughter of the late Giovanni and Fortunata (Mirabella) Piccolo and came to this country and Waterbury in 1916. Slie was a communicant of Tedesco j Jury Still Incomplete BRIDGEPOUT, Conn. (UPI) — One more juror and Iwo alternates remained lo be selected today in the false oath (rial of Superior Court Judge Samuel J. Tedesco. He is accused of illegally notarizing a liquor license application prepared by Udiiio A. lienzulli for Ihe Candlewood Valley Country Club of New Milford, in which Tedesco and liis family had invested $150,000. Tedesco was John M. Dempsey's lieutenant governor and served four terms as Democratic mayor of Bridgeport. Judge Thomas J. O'Sullivan Thursday admonished both defense attorney Salvalore DePiano and Chief Slate's loseph T. Gormley for 8'i hours to pick the atf;*:*^^ BITS OF BEACON SI.Lucy's Church, anda member of tlic Gold Star Mothers. Mrs. LaFauci leaves live sons ^ - five ^ ( =^a^ =j -- = -e ^rv» J^^iX" daughters, Mrs Joseph Leone, Commissioner John Mrs. Frank Dalesio, Mrs. William llearn, and Mrs. Con- cclla Hall,all ofWalerbury; Mrs. f Pasquale Palomba of Oakville S and Mrs. Frank Turrell of Holy Land Cliff Fall Fatal WATERBUBY - Wardell Bowen, 30, of 144 Easl Farm St., died yesterday in Waterbury. According to Walerbury Police, Bowen was found dead lying in a cluster of rocks overlooking 1-61 after lie apparently fell from a cliff on Pine Mill at Holy Land. A passing motorist told police she saw a man fall from the cliff. Police said the incident is still under investigation but noted no sign of foul play. They said Bowen's car had been found in Ihe Holy Land parking lot. Dr. Joseph Vincilorio, medical examiner, said Bo\mi died of multiple injuries and didn't know Commissioner Hcaly was named by Gormley as a possible prosecution witness. If Tedesco is convicted on two counts o! falsely adminis- and several nieces and £" / , .,, , . ,. The trial is exported to take The funeral w.ll be hdd al ]MS , Q |m)n(h ^ tomorrow at 8:15 a.m. from lhe Aluini Funeral Home, 116 Easl RditivKr Farm St., lo St. Lucy's Church UccUHlg for a Mass at 9. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home today from 2 lo 4 and 7 to 9 i p.m. Under Probe if death was caused by suicide or Motw vehicle Department has by 1 accident. . determined that a bus driver PROSPECT - Police are in- vcstigaling Ihe beating of a Straitsville Road man Wednesday night which resulted in the removal of his spleen at Waterbury Hospital. Leonard Guerrera, 28, was so badly injured, police said, they have not yet been able to question the victim as to whet her he knows what prompted the attack. According to Trooper William ., Gordan, in addition to the accused of (ravelling 100 miles damagcd 5nlpen Guerrera Bus Driver Cleared Of Charges MYSTIC. Conn. (UPI) — The U'alerford was accused Mr. Bowen was born in Hoiky Mountain, N.C., Feb. 8, 1046; a tour wjUl a bu s j oa d 0 [ neat son of Mrs. Elsie (Moore) Bowen ^^^ ^^ m ( ], ave been of Waterbury and the late Noah ; roore lhan 66 „, ph Bowen. He ivas a member of tire Drivf , r Andrew Vorra Mormon Church in Southinjlon. He was a ' Comm Die U.S. Kother, he leaves department completed its re- three sisters, Mrs. Pearl t on (llc ; n( ,j,i cn | Thursday. Locklear of Fnyellevillc, N.C., Thc ^ was itsUriven by a Miss Barbara Jean Sanders of j c p ar ||, )cn t inspector who Waterbury and Mrs! Erma j mmd _ McGraw of Brooklyn, N.Y.; Ihreo suffered several broken ribs and large gashes on his face and According to tlie report, a woman friend who was with the irie n clnitiTll at Mlllalllrt . / , ,,. r.J WOnWH IHenQ WUO WHS W lin Ifffi : was a sludent at MaliaiucK spe( ,d ng bv parents of 11 oMhe..r H .| irt , Hi'tu.'ime^siH tho'il immunilyCote'iinaservediri \u s ii,, oral School students'he l! L™ • v • uu viKtr.,™' H S" 11 ural Mn ™' 5 ™ le ™*i ne •lackwswerowhleihSWsinUieii B U.i>. Air Force. transported May H. The ,,„ ,.,. Besides hisTiiother. he leaves j BT . 0 _i mnn i nftnl «i 0 iMi itc ™. -_".. .. ' ' Police said two m«i enlered ^ house on the pretext that they h H irmihlp at ahmii w-vt ™ car Ir0uble at ab ° Ut 10 - 30 ByllARRiETR.RAU 72W621 THE Bicentennial Fair of the United Church begins this evening al 5 p.m. at the church grounds on Wolfe Avenue with a Pie Social sponsored by the Udies Aid Society. The event will feature lhe largest and most varied assortment of home-made pies in lhe Naugaluck Valley. Ladies of lhe church who have not been contacted for the donation of one or two pies are asked to have their special pastries at the church before 5 p.m. !n addition to the Pie Social, Rodney Chute is in charge of lhe Hamburger Stand where hot dogs, soft drinks as well as Ihe ail-American favorite, the hamburg will be available. The Pilgrim Fellowship has added an old-fashioned Pop-corn machine to tempt young and old alike with toasty hot buttered popcorn. They will also provide "fried dough" a favorite remembered from Grandma's kitchen on baking day. A Bargain Bee and Attic Treasure Booth will add to the browsers' enjoyment and special games of skill for the younger set have been arranged by Margaret Suba. On Saturday afternoon, the fair, which Ihis year has adopted a Bicentennial theme, will open at 2 p.m. A special feature will be the Food Table localcd in Ihe Educational Wing. Beverly Chute is in ch arge of the Food Table and church members are asked lo contribute to this popular feature of the fair. A chicken barbecue will climax the fair at 5:30 with waiters and waitresses dressed in colonial garb in keeping with Ihe fair's theme. The chickens are prepared on an open pit and cooked to perfection and are accompanied by baked potato, vegetables, cole slaw, cranberry sauce, hot rolls and butter and coffee, tea or milk. The dinner is served family style and patrons are welcome to all they can eat. Take-out orders are also available.Tickets for the affair are $3.75 for adults and $1.25 for children. Reservations may be made by contacting Mrs. Ruth Clark, 729-6024 or the church office at 729 S232. Servirg on lhe fair committee are Richard Shaw, Charlotte Magnuson, Waller Eiben- sleiner. • • Margaret • Suba and many representatives of the church organizations. of hard work and add that his Mom, Dad and Grandma have every right to be proud of the personable young man. Again, congratulations. Voltr Session THE Registrars of Voters have announced that there will be a voter making session Monday, June 7 from 7 to 9 p.m, at Town Hall. Persons who have reached the age of 18; bona Tide residents of the Town of Beacon Falls ana naturalized citizens are eligible to register to vote. A party enrollment session will he held Friday from 6 lo 9 p.m. at Town Hall where persons who wish to enroll with the party of their choice prior to whatever presidential primaries may or tnay not be upcoming. This includes persons who may wish lo change party affiliation or to change from independent registration to either Democratic or Republican Party rolls. The registrars, Edith Minmck ID) and Helen K, Mis (R) along with Sandra Swan will attend a registrars conference in Meriden i both Thursday and Friday. ChapterMwting BEACON FALLS Chapter 1388, • American Association of Retired Persons, will meet Wednesday, June 9 at the United Church, Wolfe Ave., at 1:30 p.m. Installation of officers will take place. The annual Chapter picnic will be hejd at tje Pent Rd. Recreation Field Pavillion on June 22 at 12 noon. The unit also has several trips planned including a day trip lo Jones Beach on Aug. 16 with membersjeaving the church parking lot at 1 p.m. and returning at 2:15 a.m. Visitors will be treated to a presentation of Show Boat with Guy Lombardo and his orchestra. AcruisetotheBahamas has been planned for the week of Oct. 2 through 8. For details on the Jones Beach trip contact Irene Bruce, 72M662; Sue Mennillo, 888-3113 or Eleanor Hummel at 888-6558. Those interested in the cruise should contact Teri Travel at 729-8268. CHARLES RINALDI OF THE NAUGATUCK SAVINGS BANK spoke lo Honald Allclene's fifth grade Prospect Street School class Thursday on "Banking, A Community Service", and answered questions from the students about banking. Rinaldi is shorn above during the queslion-afld-answr period. (NElVSnhoto bj p lion Cousey) i^ Today's News Continued From Page 1 message with the two words "FR: SECDEF" at the top of it caused Secretary of Defense Donald H. Rumsfeld to order a promote aircraft sales. Fahmi denounced Syrian inler- vention in Lebanon in a letter LONDON (UPI) - tearing to Arab League Secretary the end of the third week of General Mahmoud Iliad Thurs-. selling pressure, the ailing day night, pound hit a new'low against the Syria has poured 12,000 troops American dollar Thursday. 11 into Lebanon trying lo end lhe Pentagon review of its message dropped to 51.70 before rallying M-manlholil civil irar belireen procedures, a department slightly lo S1.7H25 al the close Christian rightists and Moslem spokesman said Thursday. of. trading. leftists. The words imply the message In a move to deal with the . in question was sent personally .problem lhe British government in 1974. there were 13 by the defense secretary, who whips sent cables to members (Jvorced persons for every 1,000 denies even seeing' it. It was of Parliament abroad to return who were married. Hampton, Va., and Donnell , han 66 n ^j cs pcr h our Bowen of Richmond, Va.; an aunt ^ording m an jjVD official, and several nieces and nephews. The 5 i udcrts sa jd (he was test-driven department inspector w.iu and ^^ |0 ^ , he ^ Me the bus company , m assjsla[lc(! Once insWe _ e said, one man held the woman in another room while the attacked Guerrera. Ac- had slated - that a governor prevented the vehicle Irom she did not Dime-A-Dip Picnic THE Ladies Auxiliary of the Beacon Falls Baseball League will sponsor a Dimc-A-Dip Picnic June 13 al 2 p.m. al lhe Recreation Field Pavillion on Pent Rd., rain or shine. The af- Funeral arrangements are domcl( , r read , w The official , '" ""' T , ,"" T la "" °' :ers " W"™ 1 )' »r incomplete The Keyes and "^ tbVair rcssure gauge wl * ltwran >' lhlI1 S wasl 4 enfronl friends and s>jpp?rl<?rs of Ihe Sanders Funeral Hnme. 69 Pearl near tne speed St., is in charge of arrangements. 100 wta (n( , spe eter, reads the house and the investigation is Wm. Schpero Jewelers SPECTACULAR RING SALE : for DAD and GRAD Select from over 250 rings in stock 40% off LADIES' rings include BIRTHSTONE JADE ONYX CftMEO PHRL STAR SAPPHIRE OPAL SIGNET GENTS' rings include STAR SAPPHIRE TIGER EYE SIGNET BIRTHSTONE FOR NORMAL ALTERATIONS IAYAWAY NOW FOR FATHER'S DAY AND GRADOATION Closed Mondays Open Friday Nights OR SCHPERO CHARGE PURCHASE KOUB DIAMOND WITH COMESCE Al •y_LA/--p-* J| _*^ BI WEEKS: 162Clll'RCliST. XiUT.ATl'CK league to have a delicious meal prepared by the families of the boys in the league, enjoy an afternoon of good fellowship and support the league's efforts at the same time. Fliers are being distributed lo league members advising as lo how the food contributions will be allocated. These include meal dishes to be provided by families of (he Dodgers, Eagles, Yankees and Red Sox; tossed, macaroni and potalo salads by lhe Athletics; casseroles by the Tigers and Je! lo or fruit salads by the Red Sox and Ihe Colonials. Friends or relatives planning to attend are asked to provide the dish specified for the leam for each family attending. Thanks to the auxiliary, many of the extras are provided for the Beacon Falls Baseball League and it is through support by families and. friends on such occasions as the Dime-A-Dip Picnic that makes the extras a reality. The auxiliary appreciates that support. Up Voter Drives MERIDEN, Conn. (UPI) Secretary of the State Gloria Schaffer today called for stepped-up voter registration drives, saying only 69 per cent o! Connecticut's eligible voters are registered. "In many towns wilh high concentration of minority group citizens, the percentage is even less," she told the annual meeting of (he Regis- lrars of Voters' Association. "As Connecticut's election officials, we have a very special responsibility in this Bicentennial year lo help all eligible citizens of our state exercise their right lo Die franchise," Mrs. Schaffer said. s Greenwich Continued From Page I After 8 p.m., olher officers, who still gol no response lo their knocks, enlered lhe house through a window and discovered the bodies. Baran said the exact time of death was nol known, but noted there were no dirty dishes in lhe sink from breakfast or lunch. Gross said Mrs. Klein was shot twice in the head, Miss Lema once in the neck. Mrs. Klein was found on the bed; Miss Lema was lying on her back at Mrs. Klein's feet. sale of Lockheed's P3 Orion antisubmarine aircraft lo Japan. However, talks on the sale stopped when it was disclosed the company had paid S12.5 million in bribes and commissions in Japan to supporters lo be in the House of Commons for the start of business Monday. CAIRO (UP!) - Although nol naming Syria by name, Egyp- lian Foreign Minister Ismail SERVICE • SERVICE . S E it's The Strict E R Aflu Ike Sjfe R V TM Corali V 1 FRANK BUICK i C 513 lit. MSB St. Natj. c £ • SERVICE • SERVICE Mountview Home Center 729-1226 729-2311 OPEN SUN. 9-1 DAILY 3 to 9 SAT. 8-5 FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE IN THE SAME STORE MOUNTVIEW KITCHEN CENTER Mountview Plaza, Rubber Aye., Naugatuck Michigan Peat Moss Vita Hume Top Soil iCorenco Garden Fertilizer 5-10-10 [Organic Lawn Fertilizer 1 10-6-4 I Turf Builder Turf Builder * 2 REG. REG. 5 2' 9 REG. S 4 59 REG. REG. REG. S 11 95 $179 I 25 Lb. Bag. $149 I 40 Lb. Bag 50 Lb. $£29 "t 50 Lb. Bag. Sq. Ft.| $59 , So. Ft. Receives D«gr« DAVID SHAW, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Shaw of Burton Rd.. recently achieved his Bachelor of Science Degree at Pennsylvania State University where he majored in architecture. Mr. Shaw is a graduate of Naugatuck High School, Class of W2. \Ve would extend personal congratulations to David on his achievement after so many years Mastroserio ft Sons Interior & Exterior Painting Ouick Dependable Service For free Estimate! Call RENT-A-TILLER $ O 5 0 STRONG 3 % H.P. 25.00 deposit im^ 2 PER HOUR EXTERIOR PAINTS LIST 13 89 GAL LIST 1D SATURDAY SUPER SPECIAL 8 A.M. TO NOON ONLY MUTTER DANISH|5< RITA'S BAKERY 51 Spring SI. Union Ciljr Bread /O t KRF.EPARKIXGIXOI'R . SAFE (.'. BRICII n.V LIGHTED LOT DAILY (A.M. TO 10:30 P.M. CLOSED MOX. OIL BASE LATEX BASE EXTERIOR STAIN nsrr REDWOOD STAIN LIST F 1 GAL. GAL. $Q95 5499 GAL. AND KITCHEN REMODELING! - MARLITE - CORIAN WOOD - FORMICA CABINETS 100'* OF STYLES AND COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM ' | ALL VANITIES IN STOCK 25% OFF SPECIAL ORDERS INCLUDED ROOM SIZE CARPETING REG>TO 10T.95 SCQ95 DURA PLASTIC LAMINATE ODD SIZES „ IN STOCK REG. .92 Tr< SQ.FT. 7»V . NOW / Jftl

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