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St. Mary's Institutes Respiratory Program The SI. Mary's Hospital School program consists of academic of Respiratory Therapy, under instruction combined with IhedireclionofJohnW. Bracket!, practical experience in such Jr., M.D., is raw accepting ap- subjects as adminisl ration of plications for the January, 1977 oxygen, humidity, etc. During Ihe program. third phase Ihc student, under The Respiratory Therapy direct supervision, works in Training Program al SI. Mary's patient care areas, such as, Hospital provides Ihe Waterbury Medical-Surgical, Pediatrics, area with well-trained, com- Intensive Care, Coronary Care, — pclent respiratory technicians, among others. This phase of the f The school's primary objective is program lasts approximately six lo upgrade Ihe qualily of months and is probably (he most respiratory care in Waterbury important, because at this point and surrounding towns. the students put lo use the skills The training program is 50 they have learned. weeks in duration, divided into Upon graduation the sludent Ihrec phases of training. The first will IK qualified lo perform such phase ol (raining is academic, functions as, assisted and con- covering subjects such as trolled ventilation, oxygen ad- anatomy, physiology, medical ministration, chest physio- terminology, etc. .therapy, postural drainage, The second phase ol the breathing exercises, pulmonary laboratory studies, blood gas . * Ugh School Marching Band Busy Parading ,.. . nig/I oCnOOl analysis, and other related tasks. Any persons interested in the program are urged to make application licforc August 1, 1976. Applications must be obtained in person Monday through Friday Ihe Naugatuck High School from8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the SI Marching Band has just com- M ,, s Mos pj ta | Pulmonary pleled a very busy week of Depart , ne nl adjacent to Ihe Memorial Day and Bicentennial Outpatient Department activities. In the course of one |J rer(K) uisiled for acceptance is a week Ihe band had performed for high 6choo! diploma, with a over eighty thousand 180,000) che mistry, math, and biology I* 0 ?' 0 background. Further information On Friday, May 28 the band may te ob | ainc( i t )y contacting participated in a Memorial Day Mr j Frank r)iM ucc j. si. Mary's Street, NAUGATl'CKNEWS (Conn.) Friday, June 11,1976 - Pages Uniroyal Girls' Club Ends Season With Banquet The 42nd Annual Banquet of Ihe N'augatuck Uniroyal Girls' Club was held recently at Waveriy Inn men for the year concluded her greetings. Chairmen introduced were: with approximately 200 members September Helen I.avery. Oc- and guests present. Surrounded t°"er, Marre 1)ut " nsk > .*' by the elegant furnishing of Ihe November Marge Maye. ' • • •• December, Joan Ijongo and Carol Welch; January. Nancy Tolten: February. Mary O'Domiell. March, 1-avcrne Mtrioll'r. April Jeanne Burns and Dreama Dunn: May. 'iUelen Deldoppio: and June. Karen Anderson. Other committees are Workshop, Charlotte lirerman: Inn, the banquel proper was held in the Crystal Room. Members and guests were greeted in Ihe foyer by Banquet Chairman Karen Anderson, cochairman Marge Maye and committee members Hose Dolinsky, Peggy Havican, Sandra Allonso and Judy Knott. Lighted by the "Saratoga Chandelier" a trademark of the Inn, Ihe table appointments were Scholarship, Jeanne Ashmore and Helen Karwacki; Vacation Tours, Marge Dillon: rtaffle. a lovely background for the af- Marge Maye: Social Viviar, AbeL fair. Chairman Anderson chose «'*»>'* * - Mealls ' Jcan . Iir . els . ford i 7 1 VI XKWLV INSTALLED OFFICERS ol Ihe Uniroyal Girls' Club arc shown above, left lo right; Anna Marie Sicol, Ireasurer; Uura Smilh. president; Itose Juliano, secretary and Jane Foy. vice president. (NRVYSphotoby Edward Newman* 1 calling 297. . . service al the high school which Hospital 56 Franklin paid tribute to Naugaluck High Waterbury Conn., or by School graduates who gave their 7M . M; , life for their country. OnMay30thebandmarehedin Ihe Waterbury Bicentennial Parade. It was the mosl out- '/V) A ttpllfl standing marching unit in the * u '"'«-"" parade. Memorial Day, May 31 Qic band was back in Naugaluck Thc |(oval | tarlgcrs boys group Couples Club Retreat To Highlight Bake Sale Boy Scout Bicentennial And Car Wash philosophy of two hundred years The United Methodist Church couples club. "Noah's Ark" will hold its first community car wash and bake sale on Saturday June 12th from 10 a.m. lo 1 p.m. in the playing a major part in the , .boroughs parade and memorial a , y | ]in aml wooster Streets, of Assembly of Cod *««l> P"^ '?• services. On Saturday, June 5 the Greyhounds along with Senator 1/nrell Weicker and over twenty other bands from as far away as Delaware and Maryland inar- ched in Hartford in the official Slate of Connecticut Bicentennial Parade. The band returned lo school Saturday evening looking for- wil] attend a dislrict wide 1'ow Wow canipout at Camp Cbarlton in Charlton, Mass, this weekend. Aboul 20 boys will leave Friday nigiil and return on Sunday- after a full weekend ol camping, games, contest and worship, joining wilh other toys from Massachusells and Connecticut. The Naugaluck group is headed bv Commanders Gordon .ard to Ihe Naugatuck r'lag Day B " ]cac i,er David Doody and Parade which will be held this weekend. Methodist Church Women Plan Picnic . The United Methodist Church Women will hold a picnic on Monday, June 14 at 6:30 pm. at ^S'to bring a The Lutheran Church Women d dish and enjov the of the Immanuel Lutheran We will wash all cars, and help restore them to Iheir original beauty. All Ibis for a minimal cost. This is an adult car wash, and no one under sixteen years of age may drive in and expect to have their car washed. Adults only! While your car is being restored, you may collect your cup of free coffee, and shopal our bake sale inside. No lickels are needed, just drive in. In case of ram. we will wash cars on Sunday. June I3lh from t p.m. to 4 p.m. We do nol have a free pick and delivers 1 service, but if "Lei Freedom Ring." This year's retreat. Assisting Mr. ..lilosophy of two hundred years Hicock are Earle Even of of American History will be the Wolcolt, Vice Chairman; George theme of a very special Riccn- Lynch, Dick Glacm. and Joe lennial Ecumenical Itelreat for George of Walerbury, Camp Boy Scouts and Scoulers of the Arrangements; Bob Abromaitis. greater Waterbury Area, which Dick Barone, Dom Prunmi and will be held at Camp MaUatuck Tom Owens of Waterbury, on June 11 12 and 13. Program; Tom lloran and Ihe The retreat is being sponsored Senior Scouts of Troop 109 in bv Ihe Catholic Protestant and Naugaluck. Meals and Dining Jewish Committee in Scouling. Hall, Carmen DiMaria, Mario The program is designed to Batlaglia of Waterbury. Andy strengthen the relationship Hozum of Naugatuck. Jim between Religion and Ihe Boy Fcnncssey of Oakville and Lee Scouts of America, to renew DiGoia of Wolcott, Promotion awareness of a Scout's duly to Units planning to attend m- God and Country, lo provide elude: Packs - 230, 109. Ill, 138, CAKUOFTHANKS The family of Edward J. Welch would like to thank their relatives, friends, and neighbors (or the many acts of kindness and sympathy extended lo them on their recent bereavement. We would especially like to thank the Meloria Children's Hospital in Prospect, and the Cerebral Palsy Association of Walerbury. Mr.andMrs.EdwardM Welch pink as her colorful earthenware pots. Prefacing the dinner, Mistress of Ceremonies, Marre Dubinsky introduced Dorothy Uprighl who delivered the invocalion. After a delightful dinner. Ihc program slarled wilh the inlroduclion of Ihe recipients of the Uniroyal Girs' Club scholarships. Cochairman Helen Karwacki presented Ihe awards in the absence of Chairman Jean Ashmore, lo Miss Diane Marrello and Miss Shawn Jackson. The club offers Iheir congralulations and bes! wishes for the (wo girls success in their future endeavors. Club Parliamenlarian Betly Graben then installed the new- slate of officers for Ihe 1976-77 season of the club. They are President Laura P. Smilh: Vice- President Jane Foy; Secretary- Hose Juliano: and Anna Marie Nicol. Outgoing Treasurer, Ilosemarie Deegan addressed Ihe members and guests briefly staling that her year as treasurer was both a gratifying and enjoyable experience. Newly elected President Laura Smilh presented her greeting _.id Martella Pape; Candy Sale, Barbara Koproski and Helen Solomita; Christmas project, Jodie.Mazeika; Campcrship. Ann Aquavia; and Easter Canisters. Uslie Thurston. Speakers and invited guesls sealed al Ihe head table included Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Thomson. Mr. and Mrs. James Cronin, Mr. and Mrs. John Gorman, Mrs Fred Winlsch. Mr. and Mrs. Itobert Velrone, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Nole; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Carver and Mr. Robert Albert. Inviled but unable to allend were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Flanncry. Mr. Fred Winlsch, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nelligan. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel R. Gandarillis and Mrs. Robert Albert. The officers and members extended Iheir sincere lhanks and appreciation to the guesls of Treasurer both Uniroyal Chemical and Footwear for iheir generosity, guidance and cooperation and continued inleresl in the club throughout the year. Before introducing thc entertainment for the evening. Mrs. Anderson thanked her banquet commitlee for Iheir help and to •eryone for attending the gala Ox-Bows Square Dance staling "Unity" the theme of this affair. ... , , year's banquet as the club's link The Dance Theatre Workshop to success. A short rundown of Co. them entertained with in- the club's activities and Ihe in- terpretalive dancing which was lerduclion of each of her chair- enjoyed by all. information on 'the Religious 34, 39. 42. 364, 27, 13, 53 and 8. Also Lutheran enjov osinmeeting for the summer. Church Women Unite For Luncheon Arnold Cote. The boys meet every Tuesday night al the church Anyone interesled in learning more about the boys . ^ ^ ^ ^^ program may call the church al - ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ __ ^ o( coffee-Jewish Singles Dance Plans The organization Synagogue Singles lages 21-10) of Ihe Wcstville Synagogue, 74 W. Prospect Street, New Haven, nnnounces a dance on Sunday, June 13. from 7 to 11 p.m. at the Synagogue Hall. Live en- teriainment will be provided by Ihe group PSCASUS. Donation is S3, BYCH — nominal charge for Awards program and lo slress "-*»•*'• ' niblllt ' K *" The Ox-Bows Square Dance June ]2lh. al 8 p.m. at the Oxtoro Center School, Route 67, Oxford Besides providing a Religious A special Bicentennial Patch pvnpripnrp ihis event will also will be awarded to each par- P S timefor a iouf fun Unit ticipan, andmeals will be served »ith guesl caller Bud Beland in Ihe notary Dining Hall. For more information from a unit or individual Scout call Ed Hicock al 729-1943. or Carmen DiMaria, Area Catholic Chairman rltttl Chut* will hold a summer p.cnic y. June bat the home There" will be a brief business on Tuesday. meeting, no forma, pro B ram °' ^Michael «.. 15 planncd - Each one is requested to bring a salad or casserole. Bocci, jarts and other outdoor games will be enjoyed later in the sel-ups. evening. An - v 1 UKt ' ons ca!1 Synagogue Jpecial invitation is extended office 389-9513. leave name and to husbands and friends of the phone number, member will call A Slop i Shop Party Plan Lcw you. Luncheon will be held al Hillside ., . , „ • Covenant Church. Naugatuck on 1_//<?IU/ ^OUIlCli June 17 al 11:45 a.m.. by ' , Congregation Beth Israel and AtlllUal Men S Hillside Covenant Church Women. This is a fund-raising luncheon and is the second cooperalive projecl of these I wo ojeda Council No. 33 Knights groups. Babysitting will be of Columbus of Naugatuck will provided. For information and j,ol(I its annual Men's Clambake reservations call Mrs. Samuel s unc j.-iy, June 13, from noon to Ricgcr 754-6249 or Mrs. David ( | a| . k a ', lr][ , c i uo grounds on New (teed 758-9389. Look forward to an || avcn | ioa( i. hour and a half of fun, prizes, 7[ c kets for the clambake can relaxation and delicious food." ^ 0 i,i a j nC (i from the clubrooms J _ I _- : - T7TrT .ftj<,~Bti^^ or by contacting Grand Knight Bi-Centennial | GUV Brouiiiard. rnctiimp Rentals!" A program of sporting events v,u3iuiiiG •**- u ^U ^ e pia ce during the af- By Nona MarChS. i crno onalong with the cuslomary Call •' I 1 M. To a I'-M- !| outing menu of Thc Four Sons • 729^597 • J Caterers. activities, games, and fellowship 'are included in the program along wilh discussions, shorl talks and an opportunily to be of service to others. On Saturday evening at 7:30. a pageant and Campfire will be held in Ihe Amphitheater. Everyone is invited to come up for Ihis part of the program. . especially parents and friends of IJinHSI' the Scouts taking part. On Sunday morning. Church Services wili be provided for those of Catholic and Protestant faiths and a Prayer Service for Ihose of Jewish faith Brother Edmund Nor- manocowicz, in charge of the Seminary Aid Society at '"jt^affair, a dinner-dance, will LaSalletle in Cheshire, will ^Md Saturday evening June 26 deliver the keynote address and a( (he Knights of Columbus Hall, will be available Ihroughout the Xaugatuc x weekend Clergy advisors for Ihe ' A ro^'i^f dj nncr will be Retreat include, Hev. Edward servcd (rom 8 |0 9 pra wjlh Laltose. of Si. Pius Church in daIKin! , an( j an opcn bar from 9 YvolcoU. Chaplain of Ihe Mat- , = , am laluck Area Calhohc Commitlee ^ Aels (or |hc &ma dance on Scouting. Rev. Richard Olsen. can ^y^ed [ rom members of Castor of Zion Lutheran Church ^ Rl]i h(s o( Co i urnbu5 in , hc I.CA in Waterbury and Itabbi four twns mcr) , ionc d a bove. Arnold Miller also of Waterbury. Tickels are scl|illg [or cjo.oo a Edward Hicock of Naugatuck coup!e which includcs opc n bar. dancing and a full course roast beef dinner prepared by The Club level i dancers ; aro welcome,padiSoJ^SPl^.stofs ar.e. required. Spectators are ad- milled free. Refreshmenlswill be served. 170 COEN ST., NAUGATUCK , . i V.I, • . . I'l-M.'JJil-. 'I'JI'I . is.novi taX'm&,registrations for studeals torndui summer and fall programs. For fufflf'ef details call 729-6447 from 9 A.M.-3 P.M. Mon.-Fri. Guy Hrouillard. Grand Knight . of the Knights of Columbus luck announced that (here > a District Dance of the Knights of Columbus including thc towns of Southington. Prospect, Cheshire and SANK STREET - DOWNTOWN WATERBURY CLOSED MONDAY - OPEN TUES. AND THURS. KITES TIL G:« PHONE 753-412! afeaj^^ ans. eaoFARBERWARE SPECIALS for the BRIDE ... for you! General Chairman of this In 16th ccnlury Europe, bank dienls deposited Ihcir gold and sihtr coins armed with swords because of ineffective police protection. Horatio Alger. promoter of Ihe "rags lo riches" theme, himself died a pauper. Four Sons Calerers. DIET WORKSHOP METS MONDAYS FATHER'S DAY BREEZY TANK TOPS ASSORTED COLORS S-M-L >50 758-4647 DAILY 9:45 TO 5:45 PROSPECT SHOPPING CENTER WATHtBUHY-PHOSPKT RO. S. & FBI. 9:45-Mi MAHK WASDO I'holoby DonCousey Guardsman Makes Combat Support Co. A local National Guardsman, Pvt. Mark \Vasdo of 247 North Main Street, has made combat support company 2nd battalion 102nd infantry Reach 100 percent strength with his enlistment on May M. 1976. Pvt. Wasdo was sworn in by- Captain Gaetano A. Russo III, commanding officer of combat support company. He is a 1971 graduate of Naugatuck High School and completed Maltaluck Community College in 1976. Pvt. \Vasdo received an award in 1974 from Xaugatuck High School for distributive education. Pvt. Wasdo said "I joined Ihe guard because 1 ean fulfill my military obligation and serve my community all at Ihe same lime." He will be departing for basic combat training m September. Subsequently will receive training in basic army ad- ministretive (raining. - Cll« •* A M.E*«rir.g Cllll-J P.« For addUioiial information call 723-19U evenings. Of course, please say "Charge it!" "OPEN HEARTH" BROILER and ROTISSERIE 12" REGULAR 44.95 ELECTRIC GRIDDLE REGULAR 34.99

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