The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on February 4, 1977 · Page 2
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Friday, February 4, 1977
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Page 2-NAl'GATL'CKSEWS (Conn.I Friday. June II. 1976 Obituaries Mrs. Dolphus Ashe Mrs, 1.. iShorlsleves) Ashe. 9), 2 Cotlon Hollow ltd,, died Friday morning at Ihe Jones Convalescent Homcl'Shc was lhe widow of Dolphus Ashe. She was born in Nbrlh Hudson, N.Y., August's, I88Z, daughlcr or the late Joseph and Kmma Shortelcves. She was a resident of Naugaluck mosl of l:er life. She is survived by [our sons. Adolph Film Pioneer, Dies At 103 1.0S ANGELES (UPI) Adolph 7-ukor, a Hungarian immigrant who helped found Ihc movie industry and molded it for 70 years — from hand- cranked arcade "flickers" through the silent screen era to the age of television — died Thursday at 103. He was the last o! the pioneer film makers, oulllving by She was predeceased l>y a son decade^ ""^^^jj 1 MiSrri EridSSU. sit* Sell". deMiHe', Sam' Mdwyn E^^T'U^ 1 ^^'* 1 "-^ Monica, Calif.; two brothers, Haymund Shorlsleve, iirislol, Vt and Hoy Grimes, Lincoln, Vl. grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews. movie theater in Ihe nation in 3SEiiS.« Itichard Ashe, MorrisviHc, Vt. nVesl Clmrch St., Seymour lo Ihe and ,,r, Ashe, Naugatuck; four Church of theCoo, pherd for daughters. Mrs. Beatrice Slocum, Prospect; Mrs. Mabel Gescliimsky, Ukc Worth, Fla.; Mrs. Irene Tanas, Naugatuck. and Mrs. Cora Rosanlhal, Santa Friends may call al the funeral home today from 7 to 9 p.m. John Roztilski John Hozalski, 63.24 Valley Dr. FA!., was pronounced dead on arrival Iliis morning al Waterbury Hospital. The medical examiner was notified. He was born in Poland May 13, 1913 son of the lale Stanley and Helen Hozalski. He was a resident of Naugaluck for UK pasl 25 years coming here from Germany. He was a retired employe of Uriiroyal inc. and a «as raimng m Arizona. Zukor ( T.? e<! the Famous Players and Paramount studios and produced the first Academy Award-winning movie, "Wings." in 1928. He helped World War II veteran serving in jnvcn[ 1||e slar sys i emi raa king scores of stars, including Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks Sr. anil Gloria Swanson. In his 80s, he led the movie studios into the television age and told them how to coexist with TV. Paramount became UH? Polish Army. He is survived by his wife Mrs. Margaret (Coviellol Rozalski. Funeral services will I* held Saturday at 10.3D a.m. at the Fitzgerald Zerabruski- Sgrillo Funeral Home, 240 North Main St. Burial will IK in Grove Cemetery. Friends may call at Ihe funeral home tonight from 1 to 9 p.m. studio to form a for television — in Ihc first subsidiary 1939. A soft spoken, mild mannered little man, 5-fect-4 inches tall, Zukor's motto was "the public Prospect Patter ByJEANNEFUKTAUO 758-IH2 Denis Broderick Bolti his critics and his (rietids respected him and he earned and deserved thai respect. We said our final good-bye to Denis Broderick today and find there are simply no words that seem adequate enough to pay htm Ihe tribute he so deserves. You cannot count the hours he volunteered to the community, (he Ilcgion, and the church, and there are no words that seem good enough to describe the man who combined both a tremendous pride and humility thai is so rare. We can only say that our life has been bettered by knowing him and we will miss the presence of Denis — a fine gentleman and a good friend. |>FD Dance The Ladies Auxiliary of the Prospect Volunteer Fire Depl. will hold a 50's dance a I the Firehouse Hall Saturday. June 19 from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. Tickets and additional information may be obtained by calling 738-6157. It should be noted lhal unlike the 50's dances we all (almost all) knew and loved there will IK none of lhat business of It* boys lined up against cue wall while the girls arc lined up against the other. II should also be noted that il may be just a little less than authentic since few of the dancers, ifa m '> will have Icenaged acne. Wrinkle, yes-acne, no. 501 li Anniversary Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs Hector Prall of Rowland Drive wto celebrated Iheir 50th wedding anniversary recently. Birthday Kids This week's birthday kids are - . Lil 1 Arlene Baker, Diane Delage HonorSocicty '"" "".. .. The list of students inducled *«* Ml >' "^ intothe National Honor Society at IT • I Wilby High Wednesday nighl UI1IOII J shows lhat 11 of the J6 are Prospect residents. Local "smarties" include: Peter „, , Blinlrubas, Debbie Britlain. Uy 1 CllCllCl* . Donna Philbrick, Diane ||,\HTKOKD. Conn. (UPI) Robinson, Sharon Sampieri, Counc n )C 0 [ ||, e American Doug Charland, Kathy Duffy, Fe( i(, r aiion O f State County and Joan Harrington. Cheryl Palen, j| unic ipai Employes says 'it has Cynthia Conway. and Gwen ' ' - • Jewiss. We might add the aforementioned 11 would I* Ihe first to say thai many, many more of In Suit Filed cou ' t suit ' a g a inst MancnMtcr Community College | xl)]a | f o[ James w Gardner Thomas * ........ , ... ,. is never wrong WATFJITOWN - Thomas IVAmico, all of Oakville; three p, orn m |h e village of (Tomaso) Pisiilli. 80, of 18 (laughters, Mrs. Adeline Tnano , , arrived of Nuugaluck; Mrs. Violet b •-• , , Tnrbell Ave., died Wednesday night at the Waterhury Extended Care Facility, after a long illness. Mr. Pisiilli was torn in Cori, Province of Home, Italy, on Feb. 8. 1890. he was a son of the lale Krncslo and Fiances Pisiilli. He came to this country and the Waterbury area in 1911. and was a communicant of St. Mary Magdalen Church, Oakville. He was employed as a mill worker al Ihc Chase iirass anil Copper Co., retiring in 1955. He leaves his widow Maria il)'Ami:o) Pistilli. of Oakville; one son F.rncst Pistilli, two stepsons. Antonio and Carl ...i c" L, TEHHYVII.LE——Mrs. Irene tUngleyt Kleckner. 50, of 20 Sylvan Ave.. wife of Maynard Kleckner, died Thursday at her Home afler a long illness. Mrs. Kleckner was born in Caribou. Maine, April 13.1926, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Unglcy of Maine. She had been 11 resident of Terryville for the past six years and was a member of Terryville Congregational Church. In addition to her husband and parents, she leaves a son. Maynard K. Kleckner ot Terryville; five brothers, Fred and Milchcll Lonelev of Maine. Tamolunas ot Oakville, and Mrs. Frances Miller, of Walerbury; a stepdaughter. Mrs. Micnlena DiStasio, of Oakville; one brother, I.uigi Pisiilli. and one sisler. Maria Pislilli. both of Italy; 12 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. The funeral will be held Saturday at 8:15 a.m. from the (VNcill Funeral Home. 742 Main St., Oakville lo SI. Mary Magdalen Church for a Mass at 9. Hurial will be in Mount Olivet Cemetery, Watertown. Friends may cal'l al Ihe tuneral home today from 2 lo 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Klvc the United Slates as a 16-year-old orphan in 1B&6 with only a few dollars sewn into his vest. Zukor died in his sleep in his high-rise ajwrlmenl, part of a commercial and shopping plaza development built on what was Ihe 20lh Century-Fox back lot in Hollywood's heyday. Fun ends JAS1KSJ.XO11E1.TY CHESHIRE - Funeral services for James J. Nohelty, 63, of 116 Glenbrook Drive, will be held at 9:30 a.m. from Ihe meral Home, 242 South In St. Bridget's Church ice is }Q.| PHILADELPHIA: Senator HuberlH. Humphrey (L) laughs with Howard B. Woods (B) editor of the St. Louis Sentinel after a speech to members of the National Newspaper Publishers Assn INN- PA) an association whose membership consists of most of the nation's black newspapers. In his speech Humphrey hoped Walter Mondale. Senator (rom Montana would be Carter's runmngmate in the November Presidential election. Two Promoted By Colonial Bank Bicentennial Continued From Page 1 their Prospccl friends "just missed" induction in Ihe society. Vincent Valedictorian Vincent Santoro, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Sanloro, Summit Road earned the Valedictorian honors at Holy Cross for Ihe class of '76. Vin plans to continue his educational UConn in the fall and is aiming al a career in medicine. WATERBURY - Neil M. Yarhouse. trust officer, Irust banking, and Robert R. Matheu, II assistant vice president, community banking, have been manager of Colonial's Sharon office. He was made branch manager of Ihe Heritage Village office in 1971 and promoted to assistant vice president in 1972 diverse people, drawn from all corners of the earth, have joined together to fulfill Ihe promise of democracy. "America's Bicentennial is rich in history and in Ihe promise Gardner was dismissed from his teaching position April 16. 1975. He said the college never gave him a reason for his ouster, but college officials have said he was dismissed as part of an economy movc. The suit. Gardner said Wednesday at a news conference with Council 16 officials, was filed in U.S. District Courl June 7. Gardner said other educational institutions were wary of giving him a job when he tells them be does nol know why he . announcement was made by Kennetli'iind William Lorigley of Watertown. ami Phillip Unglcy or New Hampshire: four sisters, Mrs. Helen Woznakaitis of Naugaluck. Mrs. Maxine Dilter of Oakviltc, Mrs. Mae Uicci of Wolcolt. and Shirley Longloy of Maine, and several nieces and nephews. »««» funeral hornetoday f ™! ' ">9 P™. BEUXAHUJ. MOHAN SH, The funeral of Bernard J. Moran Sr., 82. of 109 North Hoadley St., was held today at 10:50 a.m. from the Buckmiller Funeral Home, 82 Fairview Ave., Congregational Church with the Kev. Vardell Swell officiating. Burial will be in new Pine Grove Mass. Cemetery. Waterbury. Friends may call at Scott Funeral Home, 69 Main St., today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9, was in St. James Cemetery. Rev. John Lynch was celebrant of Ihe community canning, nave wcu «:,,.>."„. »-- r -. atThe During a major reorganization of Colonial Bank and Trust. The the community banking group m 1975, he was named regional manager in charge of eight ot- Matheu is a graduate of Foothill Junior College' in California and San Jose Slate College. The Matheus reside in Washington Depot. The Colonial Bank and Trust Company is a.full-service bank with assets of $425 million and M offices throughout cenlral, western and northwestern Connecticut. It is a bank subsidiary of Colonial Bancorp, Inc. headquartered in Waterbury. Julie s Store 87 Maple St. m m. 1 JEANS S 7 Name Brand Hillbilly-Cheap Jeans OPEN WEO.-SAT. 10 A.M.-5 P.M. I1HOMX TO VISIT HAItTFOHD. Conn. I UPI) Gov. Edmund Drown Jr. of California will visit Connecticut June 11. according to Brown's state coordinator, Dominic J. Squalrito of Manchester. He said Broun would attend a reception at the Hartford Hilton Hotel from 5 pm. to 6:30 aimed at winning support in his drive (or the Democratic I presidential nomination. KITCHENS AND BATHS BY CaUorg nas REMODELING & ALTERATIONS !5V QUALIFIED CRAFTSMEN ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ PRICES TO FIT ANY BUDGET! ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^N^"* KITCHEN CABINETS FOILWCACOUMTSTOPS VANITIES ^URTrf^ SENOLHi PAINTS CABOT'S STAINS WALLPAPER i»_^i_^>v^~^j~'-i~i-r j ' \TKY1ROOR COVERING CARPET WINDOW SHADES DACOR BRICK CERAMIC TILE MARIANO OLIVER The funeral of Mariano Oliver, 67, of 127 Locust St., will be held Saturday at 8:30 a.m. from the Duckmiiler Funeral Home, 82 Fairview Ave., lo St. Mary's Church for a Mass al 9 with Rev. Roland LaPlante celebrant of Ihe Mass of Christian Burial. Burial will be in SI. James Cemetery with Hev. Edward Donnelly offering prayers at the grave. Friends may call at the funeral home today from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. The Senior Women's Friendship Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. tonight in the dclegalion room of the funeral home. DEMSF. HHOUEHICK PROSPECT — The (uneral of Denis F. Broderick. 58, or Chandler Drive, was held today at 8:30a.m. from Ihe Buckmiller Bros. Funeral Home. U'alerbury- Prospect Road, to St. Anthony's Church for a Mass at 9. Burial was in'St. James Cemetery, Naugatuck. Contributions may be made lo the St. Anthony's Church Building Fund. MUS. JOSEPH GRANT Funeral services for Mrs. Florence M. (Osborne) Grant, North Spring St., widow of Joseph Grant, will be held Saturday at 8:30 a.m. rrom the Green Packer Funeral Home, 66 Terrace Ave., lo St. Francis Church for a Mass at 9. Burial will be in St. James Cemetery. Friends may call at lhe funeral home today from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 D m YL -J -~ „ ', iu& The Colonial investment department as a portfolio manager in 1968 alter a previous association with Philadelphia National Bank and Citibank of New York. He was named an officer several months later with is promotion to assistant trust officer. In 1970, he was promoted to Irusl officer. He holds a BA in finance from Pennsylvania State College and an MA in finance from Ihe University of Pennsylvania. The Yarhouses reside in Woodbury. Malheu currently serves as regional manager for Colonial's eighl offices located in Soulh- bury, Brookfield, Bridgewater, New Milford and Kent. He joined The Colonial Bank in 1969 rrom the United California Bank w : here he served as a commercial lending officer. In November of Ihc same year he was promoted lo assistant treasurer and named branch Darn II! Despite Ihe pride we have in listing all of the achievements of local youngsters, listing them s^s?r;ssn: ^«^|t ^ ahead It is about the events of «*» «"*<•»* in m * mse for mt He said college officials had our oast our achievements our tein g in lheir ^nbers. re f llsc d to meet with him on the .r. ' ,- _-,.. ..._ TWO to one, she bought her guaranteed to. "make 'em smart oiclyclopedias" from lhe same mem anu uiu wuuuumg *.mn- •> r mitment lo a better lite tor all salesman loo! Americans. The Bicentennial offers each of .us the opportunity to join with our fellow citizens in honoring the past and preparing for the future in communities matter. The suit, which contends he has been denied due process, seeks his reinstatement. across the Nation. Thus, in joining together as races, nationalities, and individuals, we also retain and strengthen our traditions, background and personal rreedom. "As we lay the cornerstone of America's Third Century, I commend lhe officers and members or the Naugaluck Bicentennial Committee on their Bicentennial activities. Efforts Unemployment in this conn- such as this are helping to make try was at its highest in the our great national celebration a Depression year of 1933, when memorable and meaningful oni 25 per cent of the civilian labor for all." force was unemployed, accord- (Signed ing to the Census Bureau's new GERALD R. FORD "Historical Statistics of the United States, Colonial Times The baobab, known as the lo 1970." The highest full monkey-bread tree native t employment year was 19«, tropical Africa and India when only 1.2 per cent were produces a fruit or medicina unemployed. value. WL THOMAS LITTLETON'S" ''-'• ' SVUTHBUR y- FL/i TfJOVSE • Jet. Pis. 6 & 61 hit 15,1-84 June The 15-19 Fourposter j u n e Father's 22-2B Day June 23 Fallen July 3 Angels July Tea & 6-10 Sympathy Jllly Frankenstein t J' 1 / July Pajama 20-21 Tops July House Oi 21-31 Blueleaves Aug. Natalie Needs 3-7 A Nightie Aug. Take My 10-14 Wife Aug. Move Over, 17-21 Mrs. Markham Aug. Hot L 24-28 Baltimore Aog.31 One Flew Over Sepl.4 The Cuckoo's Nest SAVINGS FOR SEftSON SUBSCRIBERS Tel. 264-82 150r Write Box 361 Soutntmry, Ct. 06488 OPENMON.-SAT. (tMArf-SJOPM WED.TTiLlsflOPM . COR.OIB.STATEID 4RT.67. OXFORD. 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