The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on January 31, 1977 · Page 1
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Pagei-.XAl'GATl'CKNKIl'StConiU:Monday, June 1,19?« \HKIUlllirl4 Obituaries Mrs. George Sumpf wife of Grorge M. .Sumpf, of 7J lliri'huooii St, died at Watcrtxiry WATKHHUItY - Mrs brother, Foster II. Edwards, of Margaret (Kdwardsi Sumpl. 72, Walerbury; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Insnila! Friday evening after a Tuesday at 11 a.m. in the Uvi shorl illnrss ' Wilrox Chapel of the First Mrs. Sumpf was born Nov. 13. Congregational Church with the 11X13 in Walerbury, daughter ot Rev. Herbert Mardis officiating. the laic Charles II and Hannah Hurial will be in Grove Cemetery, (Fuslcr) Kdwards. She uas a Naugatuck. There are no calling member of the First Congrcga- Inure. Friends may contribute to tional Church. Kaomi Cteplpr. 'he memorial fund of the First OrderolKaslcrnStar,theAAUP, Congregational Church of ami the Salvation Army Golden Waterbury or the Naugatuck Aer group. I Congregational Church. Alderson Kcsidi-s her husband of Funeral Home, 70 Central Ave., Wiilerhurv. she leaves one is in charge of arrangements. Duniel J. Rado DanielJ.ttado,54,135 Coen St., two sons, Daniel J. Itado, died early this morning al the Naugatuck, and David J. Rado, West Haven Veterans Hospital Mew Britain; two daughters, following a brief illness, Mrs. Carl (Deborah) Griffith, He was born in Naugatuck Waterbury,and Miss Mary Rado, April 30, 1922 son of Mrs. Rose Naugatuck. t.Salinardil Itado and the late Military funeral services will Vito Itado. He was a veteran ol be held Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. World II serving in the United from the Buckmiller Funeral States Marine Corps, a member Home, 82 Fairview Ave., lo St. of Ihc American Legion and a Francis Church for a Mass of communicant of St. Francis Christian burial at 9. Burial will Church. be in St. James Cemetery. Resides Ins mother of Friends may call at Ihe funeral Naugatuck. he is survived by his ItomeTuesday from 3 lo5 and 7 lo wile, Florence (Galgano) Ilarto; 9 p.m. Mrs, Luchls Tomlinson WAl.UNGFORD — Anne E. Voorhees of Scotia, N.Y.; eight (Kirks) Tomlinson. 96, formerly grandchildren; several great- of 77 Walnut St.. Maugaluck, grandchildren; and one-great- widow of Lucius Tomlinson. died great-grandchild. Friday at II* Masonic Home in Funeral services svill be held Walling'ord Mrs.Tomlinson was Tuesday at 10 a.m. at the born Aug. C, 1B79. in Bridgeport Masonic Cliapel in the Masonic (laughter of the late Benjamin Home with the Itev. Elberl and Ann (Lee) Dirks. She was a Brcwster, chaplain al !!» home, member of Evergreen Chapter officiating. Burial will be in 22. Order of Eastern Star in Grove Cemetery. Naugatuck. Naugatuck and a charter There arc no calling hours. member of the Naugaluck Women's Club. She leaves Tomlinson ol Naugaluck; Ihrce (laughters. Ms. Ralph Ixitcs ol Soulhbury. Mrs. Arlene Tasho of Old Saybrook and Mrs. Dorothy -** oo fl ». jy The Cenlral Naugatuck Valley Tragedy Again Strikes Family Richards Receives Promotion EAST HARTFORD, Conn. Day, was recovered Saturday (UPI) - Some families seem lo by firemen. ' Clifford's brother, Robert, was seven years old when he and a nine-year-old cousin have more than their share of tragedy. The body of Clifford Gallagh _._ _ .. , a Jr., 11, who fell into the drowned April 30, 1968, in the Connecticut River from an Park River, abandoned pier on Memorial You just don't understand it. You just ask why," said the elder Gallagher. Clifford, known as Whiffy, fell from Ihe dilapidated pier at the fool ot the Founders Bridge , during a Memorial Day fishing The Prospect Knlghls of ( . ^ his mdt and tw0 Columbus will meet Wednesday K light a I 8 at St. Anthony's Church. Several important items Prospect Neivs Notes are scheduled for discussion including the election of officers; annual dues; scholarship program and a report on proposals voted upon at the Stale ™ d ' Convention. All members are urged to attend. Long River Cr ads Schedule Region 16 Long River Middle Schools graduating class has a busy schedule in the next few weeks beginning with a class picnic a I Holiday Hill tomorrow from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Food and activities will be provided. Swimming is available, but a permission slip is necessary. Transportation from daughter abou , 2 » feel away picnic: Studenls from Prospect al(mg &t river ban ^ PETBR C.RICHARDS Peter C. Richards, son of Mr. ind Mrs. Charles S. Richards of Naugaluck, has been appointed cousins. Six days laler, Deputy Fire Chief Frank Dagon spotted Clifford's body jusl past the Charter Oak Bridge, Joseph Moquin, Clifford's uncle, said he took his children Clifford to the boat King area on Hie East Hartford side of the river on Monday, found it was crowded . . and then went lo the abandoned «* Mrs. Charles S. Richards rf p°er to fish Naugaluck. has been appom ed P "It was tie fel time ! ever assistant director of toes lax went to the pier. I figured department, al Connecticut there'd be nobody there. It Gaeral Life Insurance Corn- nice and quiet," he W- Richards, a graduate of Husson xiuin said he stationed his College wilh a master's degree and Clifford at the base of f ™ the University of Hartford, pier, warned them not to i°ined Connecticut General in walk on it and then took his TOO. He became a tax analyst in 1973 and was advanced to senior tax analyst in 1974. He" said he had just rigged He and his wile, the former two fishing poles when he heard Mary A. Began tf NMigatirck; his son, Joseph, 9, cry out ""'" l " 1 ' 1 should be picked up at Holiday Hill parking lot al3 p.m.'Parents are asked lo make arrangements to pick up their child althat lime. Studenls from Beacon Falls will be returned to Laurel Ledge r School at 3:30 p.m. Parents are cli j f( ,- rd flai , ing in , he water to? asked to make arrangements lo and ran down ihe pier He sajd »^ pick up Iheir child al that time. he c|jf(ord going down in a ' DINNER DANCE: Long River ^i,,™! Middle School cafetorium, June have Iwo children and live in SoutWnglon. M ^ who 5ufftfs a, said he , nm saw M COMMON PI.EASCOURT The following cases were among those disposed of recently in the Ansonia Court of Common the Naugaluck t _ a son ^Regional DUNN, N.C.: Statue of Ma). Gen. William C. Lee, father ol the Airborne, following unveiling ceremonies at Dunn City Hall. In Die background are (he Army's Golden Knights. (UPH Tedesco TV Show Inspired Art Trial Opens Forgery—As A Joke! Tomorrow "If I had jumped into that 17, Thursday evening 6 p.m. toll r j ve r to pull him up, my little Pleas; p.m. Boys will wear shirts, ties mes would have fol i<j wed me . Charles Barrett, 18, of Jacks and jackets. Girls will wear H wouldn't have been just one Hill Rd., Oxford, breach of peace, dresses, that they were looking tor. It fined $50. would have been four," he said. Kevin Burleigh, Beacon Falls, Moquin said Clifford disap- criminal trespass in the third peared in the water and he degree, fined $15. grabbed his son and daughter and ran to call the police. About 100 men, including Parents should be at Long River at 10 p.m. to pick up children. GRADUATION: Long River Middle School, Tuesday evening, June 22 at 7 p.m. Boys will wear Funerals Andeson «: s,»r,a.ion committee meeting on of II D Conrad St.. will be held Tuesday June 8, lo review highway and transit projects in (he Region for which federal funding tomorrow at 2 p.m. al Hillside Covenant Church. Burial will be in drove Cemetery. There are no calling hours, .anil memorial contributions may be made to the memorial fund of Hillside Covenant Church or Salem Covcnanl Church of Washington Depot. W:\RI1EI.I. IIOWKN WATERHURY - Funeral services lor Wardell Bowen. 30. of m East Farm SI., who died Thursday morning of injuries received when he fell from a cliff on Pine Hilt at Holy Land, were held today al II a.m. at the Kcyes and Sanders Funeral Home. 69 Pearl St. The Rev. Harrison Kramer officiated. Burial was in noiv Pine Grove Cemetery. The family of Mr. Bowen will receive friends at (he funeral home today from 8 lo 9 p.m. and al other times al the home of his mother, Mrs. F.IsieBowen. 144 Hist Farm St second floor. | BEACON FALLS - Private funeral services were held tnday for Victor D. Gould, 81. of 16 Nancy Ave.. at the Alderson Funeral Homo, ail Meadow St., Naugatuck, Burial was iff new Pine drove Cemetery, Water- tniry. MltS. KIIWAKI) STANXARI) HARTFORD - The funeral of Mrs. Barbara iKelteyi (Meyer! Slannanl. t6. of |9 Dcvnison St. was held today a!8:30a.m. from the Green and Packer Funeral Home. 66 Terrace Ave.. NaugatnektoSt. Francis Church. Xauptuck. for a Mass at 9. Burial was in St James Cemetery. Naugatuck . is being sought over the next five years. The meeting will be held at 2 p.m. in Ihe CNVRPA office, 20 East Main Slreel, Waterbury, 757-0535. The public is invited to attend. The list of projects, referred lo as a Transportation Improvement Program, consists of projects proposed for funding under Ihe Federal Interstate Hignway, Urban Extension Highway and Urban Systems Highway Programs and two federal transit programs. Federal regulations require endorsement of projects in these programs by local chief elected officials in the Region in order to obligate federal funds for those projects. The purpose of the Tuesday meeting is to discuss with interested persons in the Region lhe drafl Transportation Improvement Program before it is finalizi chief consideration. BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (UP1) — Superior Court Judge Samuel J. Tedesco. accused of two counts of falsely administering an oath in a notarizing permit for a liquor license, is scheduled ;,to,.gO' on trial Tuesday;-' . ,• i.,.The trial is expected to take al least a month. Presiding Judge Thomas J. O'Sullivan sel the date after jury selection was completed Friday. A jury of four men and 8'ven a two women and two alternate exchange shirt and tie. Girls will wear &ms and M %<xs, searched HARTFORD, Conn. (UPI) - subsequently dropped should be dresses. for Clifford's body By Friday, The man accused of stealing a credited lo towards that senlen- fte ^^ par(y had dwind]ed valuable Gainsborough land- ce. . _ lo two East Hartford firemen scape from Ihe Wadsworth He blamed Shea. Week's Meetings w|)0 cru| - sed fte r - m{ in a Atbeneum said he was inspired "Shea couldn't get me on the The Inland Wetlands Com- {or ^ walching f nr a t^y by a television program — for painting thing, so he's doing it mission will meet tonight at 7:30 losllr [ ace a joke, not a theft. indirectly," Wolff said, "Shea at Town Hall. . Tve g o( (0 ]ive wju, a he was going lo get me. Wednesday night at 7:30 at nightmare6 !he resl o[ ray lite , Algonquin, School Region, 16 bu i of OUTM i' m , m t,,the only Laws passed in 1884 requiring ranchers who built fences across public roads to put gales every three miles ended most' of Ihe fence wars in Texas. Grant Wolff, 28, lold the Hartford Courant he was trying ta pass off a forgery of a Gainsborough on a wealthy Hartford businessman he said had bought stolen goods from him in the past. Wolff, who was set free and 55,000 reward in for return of the He said he was going lo give 'me all the time he could and he 'did." ' ' Board of Education will meet in the conference room. one,'.' said Moquin.. SERVICE • SERVICE • S E it'i Til Sima E R Jtw Tin S* R V Hit Cwts V I FflUiXBulCK | C »513 HH.^MM Si tag. c E • SERVICE"* SERVICE was under a television show involving a site for a f° r fied Gainsborough porlrait. "I didn't know whether this ly (the businessman) would mwu i njgraui iKiut c u is :ed and presented to the Kejnilatioil elected officials for their ° Weather Conditions Rv Vniled t'rcss International KIWARDJ.WKI.rH The funeral of Edward J. Welch. 4. son of Edward M. and Patricia (Biggsi Welch of 138 Irving St was held today al 8:30 a.m from the Buckmillcr Funeral Home.MFairview Are.. to St. Mary's Church for a Mass at 9. Burial was in St. James Cemetery. Friends may contribute to the United Cerebral Palsy of the Greater Waterbury Area. 61 Bidwell St.. Waterbury. The celebrant of Ihe Mass was the Rev. Roland UPlante and prayers at Ihe grave were of- Louisville sy fared by Rev. EAvard Donnelly. 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The prosecutor in Ihe case Renzuili for the Candlewood saiti h « Alines Wolff stole the Valley Country Club of New P a1 "«nS. ou ' doesn t have the Milford. ' evidence lo prove it. Tedesco and his family had «'olff said »ne incident began reportedly invested '$150,000 in in February 1975, when he saw the club which consideration as „ .,.,*. .«•<•,,..,. . - - . . greyhound race track. lle sald laler he »PP">ached. *> Tedesco. a Democrat, was a arlist fr '™ d who agreed to former lieutenant governor and P""" 3 ""W, of a Gains served four terms as the mayor borough portrait tor him. of Bridgeport. If convicted he could face up to three vears in jail or a $1.000 - , fine or both. d ° " « a ]<*«• "V"? fj enough (a forgery) then I stood to make 525,000." he said. Wolff said while he was negotiating for the forgery friends of his learned of a real Gainsborough at the Atheneum. "The next thing I know I get this phone call from these guys BEACON FALLS-The Plan- telling me Ihey stole the real ning and Zoning Commission Gainsborough from the mu- will meet tonight at Town Hall al seum," he said. 7:30 where il is expecled the Wolff said he lold them Ihe controversial campsite landscape, valued at 5100,000- regulalion proposed in the new 5300 000, was "loo hot." Zoning Regulations will again be "I lold them they were crazy, discussed. The regulation allows This guy (the businessman) Ihc establishment of campsites would never buy anything that on properties of more lhan live hot. It was on lhe front page of acres. every newspaper in the coun- Al a recent work session, the try," he said, commission voted to remove the Wolff said the telephone regulation: however, because the conversation must have been Town Clerk had not been notified overheard because he was 24 hours in advance of the arrested Ihe same day while meeting, which is required under smoking marijuana, which he lhe new rigM-lo-know law, action said police deliberately overtaken at the session was declared looked, null and void. He said authorities (old him if A group of approximately 35 he returned Ihe work of art he people were present at the work would not be prosecuted. Wolff session and requested thai lhe said his girl friend made regulation be removed or contact wilh those who had lhe seriously considered before the landscape and it was returned, lown meeting to accept or reject Bui he said Common Pleas (he new regulations. Also voicing Prosecutor Cornelius J. Shea, opposition was First Selectman who pledged not to prosecute Mario G. Fuoco. him on the theft charge, has done everything possible to keep him behind bars. INDIANS TAKEN shea denied the charge. WINSTED, Conn. tUPI) - The day after Wolff was freed Olive Powell said Ihe cigar- O n the painting Ihell charge store Indians which formerly shea asked a judge to raise the stood before her Winsted News bail on a pending larceny Co. had sentimental value charge from JJ,750 to $75,000. much greater lhan Iheir cash Court of Common Pleas Judge value of $300. Police said Francis J. Quinn set the bail al Sunday the wooden Indians Ji6,000. were noted missing early Wolff was sentenced to eight Sunday morning. Mrs. Powell months in jail on lhe charge said UiEy were an anniversary April as, but contends the lime gift from her husband nine he spent in jail since last Oct. years ago and have been in 19 on another charge that was front of the store since. 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