The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on February 24, 1977 · Page 2
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THE AMERICAN LEGION POST 17 awarded Its annual scholarships Friday to four Naugaluck High School students. The annual awards are made on the basis of scholarship, need acid character. From left to right above are Mary Schmelcke, Sharon Ltgenza, Post 17 Commander William Schmetcke, Andrea Mariano, Oriuda Lewis and Scholarship CoimmUee Chairman George Goodwin. Kach scholarship is Cor J5QO. (NEWSpholo hy Don Cousey) Chairmanship Battle Worthington Takes New Good For Democrats Post With Florida Firm HAHTFORD, Conn. (Ui'I) - parly lo find oul what lhe role Edward J. Worlhington, Jr., The party will benefil from Ihe of the stale chairman ought to has been appoinled director of upcoming battle over lhe Ire." administration for lhe chairmanship of the Democrat- Stale Chairman William Ophthalmic Group of Milton Hoy O'Neill last week announced he do. and will be located in the would seek re-election, hut Ophthalmic Group's head office three others, including Kelly, in Sarasota, Florida. are thought interested in Prior to joining Milton Roy ford Town Chairman Peter G. challenging him. early Ihis year, Worlhington was Kelly's bid for lhe chairman- Gov. Ella T. Grasso, who contracts administrator for Ihe ship, said Sunday "I'm glad the appoinled O'Neill to lhe post Hamilton Standard Division, job of slale'chairman has been [asl April allcr chairman John U.T.C., in Windsor. ic State Central Committee, says powerful Hartford Democrat Nicholas Carbone. Carbone, who supports Hart- thrown up in the air a litlle bil M. Bailey died. Ihis lime has llewasalso associated with Ihe because 1 think it will be a decided lo remain neutral in Lewis Engineering Co. of good Ihing lor the Democratic (he fighl for Ihe post. Naugaluck, as vice-president, Carbone, reportedly feuding chief administrative officer and with Mrs. Grasso, said he treasurer, a position he held for doesn't understand why she is 15 years. And for three years he remaining neutral. Carbone said he (bought Kelly "understands the issues confronting the i»or people of Ihe cities and 1 think we ought to have a slale chairman who is sensitive." Czarny Dominates Sailing Snipe sailing at Lake Quassapaug Sunday was dominated by Luke Czarny. He andruscrew Mike Elser notched a first and two seconds Dave Rogers and crew Suzanne Rogers also captured a first and second piacc. Dave Rogers Jr. and crew Steve Boutenger took a second and third and Bill Carroll and son Sarasins Plan Busy Weekend U.S. Hep. Ronald A. Sarasin on Friday. June 25, will begin AHhisar, president commitments with Ophthalmic Group: was owner and manager of IKM- Search. a personnel placement firm for professional clients in Bridgeport. After earning his B.S. degree from Bradley University. Pcoria, 111., Worlhington also attended Wentworth Institute, Boston; ,M a r (j u e 11 e University, Milwaukee, and was graduated from several IBM Executive Management Courses. From 19B lo 1946 he served in the U.S. Navy. According Lo . Raleigh S. of thjf Bill Jr. u-oji a Ihird place in Ihe weekend ...... . iiwitiinoirm't mimic participation in the Beacon Falls to uorinmglon s laients Firemen's Parade, followed by a expertiseareparticularly vital al visit with Ihe residents of Monroe this important stage of Milton With further second race. Ncxl weekend Ihe Dislrict Championship will be held at Collage Park. The event, will consist of five races. Three will be sailed Saturday and two more on Sunday. The Quassapaug ^d todcm^e^don Yacht Club will be sending Iheir lop seven skippers and crew to Ihe regalia at Iheir Bicentennial Ball. "»>'' s growth. Saturday morning Sarasin will commilmenls lo dala processing travel to the Uniled Stales Coast systems, construction of a new manufacturing plant and greatly where he will present the closing K.J. WOHTIIINfiTON, JK. expanded purchasing requirements, we arc forlunale to have obtained the services of this outstanding businessman," Worthington was a resident of Naugatuck for 2U years, and during lhat time served as a member of the borough Planning Commission, president of Ihe Naiigatdck notary Club, a director of Ihe N'augaluck Chapter, American Red Cross and the United Way of .Vaugaluck and Beacon Falls. He was also a corporator of Ihe Xaugatuck Savings Hank. He and his wife, Patricia, hare Ihree children — Cynlhia, Scotl and Hichard. Thomaston Offering <( George M } ' Through June 23th, (he cast of Die Thomaslon Opera House Summer Theatre in Thomaston is presenting the spectacular Broadway production "George M." The story is based on the life of George, IvI. Cohan, a musical wonder. Starring in this week's performance are Robert Putnam as (Jeorge M. Cohan, Lee Handler as Jerry Cohan, Janis lloran as Josie Cohan and Lisa Trac- tenburg as Nellie Cohan. Holier! Putnam will be remembered .by Thoraaslon audiences for his supurb roles as Eddie Ryan in funny Girl, Action in Wesl Side Story, Tulsa in Gypsy and Fycdka in Fiddler on the Koof and olhers. Originally from Avon Conn., he has appeared in many other productions throughout New England. Lee Handler comes lo Thomaston from New York where he attends Hofstra University. He has appeared as Ernest Ludwig in Cabaret and Scanlon in One Flew Over Ihe Cuckoo's Nest to mention a few. Janis lloran has appeared in Ihe productions of Oklahoma and Carousel al other summer theatres. She has a Master's Degree in Vocal performance from Hunter College. She has come to Thomaston from the C'lubBeneDinnerThealre in New Jersey where she appeared in See Saw, Irene and Oklahoma. Lisa Trachlenburg is majoring in both Theatre and Dance al Queens College in New York. She has appeared .in many community theatre and college productions including Guys and Dolls, Carouse), Godspell and Ihe Pa jam a Game. Call now to reserve your seats for this production. The spectacular opening included a ribbon cutting by the Restoration Committee and a Champagne Party following the performance. Curtain lime nightly is 8:30 p.m. The Company is looking for local talent lo be used in some productions, Contact the manager for information. NAUGATITK NEWS (Conn.) Monday. June21,1976 — PaeeS THE NAUO.ATUCK YOUTH SERVICES recently held a car wash al Pousl's Service Slattor, on Rubber Avenue to raise money lor the Wilderness School program to be held this summer. Among Lhe participants were: Brenda Greaves, June Guay, John Baienas, Cindy Worthfngton, .Maura 1'ollard. Donna Fedak, Tracy Anderson. Jay t'ochrane, Robert Cochrane, Herb Grandpre, Sean Xoian, Tony Paiva, George .Mason. Billy Fellows, and Judy Maroney. (XEWSplmto by Ray Delaney) Samuels Named Bancorp Municipal Finance Head WATEtlBURY - Colonial Bancorp, Inc. President Francis M. While has announced the appointment of Harold R. Samuels as municipal finance manager in the financial services division. In making Ihe announcement, White said that Samuels and his staff will be responsible for providing specialized services to Connecticut municipalities in the areas of debt administration and management, cast management systems, investment services and assessment and tax billing dale processing programs. Previously associated with another banking institution, Samuels has also served as town conlroller for the Town of Wesl Hartford where be had direct The 10th Annual Little League Dance will be held on July 17 al the Portuguese Club in Naagaluck from 9p.m. to 1 a.m. responsibility for all treasury and The donation for the event is MO per couple. For reservations or additional information interested persons may contact Janice Blake at 758-1937. accounting programs. Samuels is a graduate of the Hartford Institute of Accounting and Finance and the University ol Connecticut. He is a member of Ihe Municipal Finance Officers Association of the US and Canada, the Connecticut Municipal Finance Officers Association, and is a member of the American Society for Public Administration. He is presently serving his third term as president of Belh Hillel Synagogue in Bloomfield, as well as serving on the board of directors of the Connecticut Valley Region of the United Synagogues of America. Samuels resides with his wife, (he former Beverly Horn, and Iheir two children in Bloomiield. Colonial Bancorp, Inc., a multi- bank holding company headquartered in Yt'aterbury, is the fourth largest commerical banking organization in Connecticut. 11 has assets of S687 million and operates through 54 offices throughout central, south central, western and northwestern Connecticut. It is the parent company of The Colonial Bank and Trusl Company in Waterbury. Second New Haven Bank in New Haven, Policy Advancing Corp., Colbanc Realty Corporation and Colbanc Leasing Corporation, all of Waterbury. For Nougotuck News Home Delivery I Coll 729-2228 W2S™. -he illluuUM UUJUI ijlluulvullam, uutv - . tl . . , Rogers with daughter Sue, Daw Congressman will join Ihe Rogers Jr. with crew Kim An- "ochambcau Army at Hamilton Matt Supporting Klonoski Hoer deTson, Bill Carroll and Bill Jr., and on Ihe Green in John A. Mail of Briarwood Rd. has released the contents of "An Mike and Jim Elser and Sieve Walerbury. Later, he will attend open letter lo Ihe Democratic and Linda Manginc. Ned Daly a bazaar al lhe Blesscd Tm ™ Committee" to Ihe NEWS. who is District Governor will also f cramenl School, Rabbins sail in Ihe evenl and qualifies ar ««; ™ e U S ' "^ ™" latcr automatically. participate in a Thanksgiving Friday Ihe Junior Dislrict Championship will be held at lhe Mass al the St. Ann Church. Mr. and Mrs. Sarasin will spend Qira^ugYad.'iciub'^lhto Saturday evening at the lioats being qualified. They are "" "" ' Dave Rogers and crew Kim Anderson, Steve Manginc and Chris French, Jim Elser and Steve liessette and Tom Carroll and Dare Creel. ncclicul legislature has enough of these self interest professionals in Ihe- realm now. It is time you, the Democratic Town Committee of Naugaluck. showed the way and sent a layman lo Hartford, one who will represent the people and not special interest groups. "May the Dcmocralic Town Committee show wisdom in their Mall told Ihe commillee "1 am supporting Frank Klonoski as the Democratic nominee for State Representative for the 70th District [Naugaluck). "Frank is not only my man but Kochambeau Ball, al lhe through an informal poll taken on selection," Mail concluded Waterbury Armory. lhe Green on Church SI. and al Sunday's schedule includes the Iwo shopping plazas the joining the Seymour Bicentennial overwhelming opinion is lhal Commiltecatradioslalion WELI Frank is Ihe man. /-> I on the show entitled IISVP. "This Naugaluck born gen- LOfliCt'J Soiilhbury We're ottering Ihe biggest saving! you'll find anywhere on Kodak cameras i projectors. Thcyll 30 fasl. So tome in now and get first (doi<e! KODAK Instamatic '30' Pocket Camera 55495 KODAK Personal Camera W/Flasti Attachment '19 95 KODAK Instamatic '50' Camera Featuring Aut. Elect, Shutter '114 95 GAF M-22 Instamatic Movie Outfit Super '8' leman has served as a fireman vith the Naugatuck Volunteer 'ire Depl. for 41 years and is on • he Hoard of Governors, and Chairman of Ihe Finance Board. :le is a member of Ihe Naugaluck :x>dge of Elks for 24 years, a membcrof Ihe Polish Falcons for 25 years, been on the Democratic Town Committee- for 25 yea rs and was Town Chairman for eight years. He is also a member of the joard of Trustees of the Hop 3rook Goll Course. Since he became a trustee he has worked with Ihe course personnel the result is a course of splendor and wauty unequalled anywhere in .he slate. On Ihe financial end he las relurned$1300 lo Ihe Borough from Ihe 1975 budget appropriation and has cut back Ihe 1976 budget hy SHOO. All this withoul one cenl of compensation. 1 have known him as a former employee of Uniroyal where he did an outstanding job as a Supervising Engineer in Ihe Mechanical Deparlnent. frank is nol a lawyer, an insurance broker, a real estate agenl or a banker. The Con- HOUSE FOR SALE \omoirow This week's presentation at \V. Thomas Lillleton's Southbury Playhouse is "Father's Day" by Oliver llailcy and is billed as a sizzling, bawdy adult comedy. Kindergarten Schedule Allhough the Region 16 Kin- cbrgarlcn schedule al Algonquin School will remain unchanged for the morning session students, Ihe students of Ihe afternoon session have two extra "days" to make up due lo snow cancellations. In order to avoid having lhe youngslers attend an extra day, Mrs. Hanley announced thai on Wednesday and Thursdays the P.M". siiidenls will be picked up al about 10:20 a.m. and will have one session of class until 12:45 p.m. followed by a second class session. They will be dismissed as usual at 3 p.m. Mrs. Hanley also noted that although it will be a relatively long day for the P.M. youngsters the (eaclicrs plan to make Ihe sessions as pleasant and easy as possible. Parents are reminded lo send a cold lunch with their child. A cool drink will be provided at the school. HOWLAND-HUOHES "WJTEXIURY'S FRIENDLr DEPARTMENT STOM" »AKK S7KKT — OCWHTOHN *ATEff. otr - arm ruts. *m THUSS. urns TOH5-fHONf7SJ. til: GruartiialiOTi Help Needed Marie Delage. president of the The selling is an apartment in I«ng Ilivcr Middle School PTA, New York Cily where Ihree requests lhat parents from Prospecl and Beacon Falls who arc interested in assisting with Tuesday's graduation activities conlacl her al 758-5685. Alt volunteer help will be divorcees have just sent their various offspring lo spend Father's Day wilh Iheir respective fathers. The play a fast moving comedy is most amusing and entertaining. The three ladies will be portrayed by I'at DiMuzio, Su Hint!, and Joan lAiciani, while Ihe ex- husbands will be Edward Clark. Daniel Yadcn and Hichard Fitzgerald. "Father's Day" will run from June 22 through 26, performances start Tuesday through Friday al 8:30and Saturday at Sand 9 pm. The Playhouse is althe Junction of Routes 6 and 67. directly at Exit 15 of I«. The Box Office is open from lOlo lOdailyand from U to 5 on Sundays. Hescrvalions can be made by phone, call 2648215. REVERSIBLE PATCH QUILTS irregulars .(80x84) / , / 7 greatly appreciated for Ihe evenl scheduled lo begin al Ihe school al 7 pm. Appeals Board The Zoning Board of Appeals will meet al Town Hall Tuesday riRht al 8. SVSAN SUMS LAKE BUENA VISTA. Fla (CPU — Susan Ford plummeted down a 260-fool water flume Sunday lo officially open River Country, a new attraction at Wall Disney World. Big "80x84" reversible potch quilt in assorted patterns Plurr.ply filled end closely s'irched Detailed with fuffle edge Select from blue, goid or pink QUEEN SIZE (80"x)00") only 1 3.98 HOWUND.HUGHES DOMESTICS ... STREET FLOOR FLANNEL BACK VINYL TOP TABLE CLOTHS EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY Naugatuck litm is looking for a woman who wants to work 40 his. a week in a pleasant office. Must be able to type, use a billing machine, familiar with cost sheets, do deposits, answer telephones. Blue Cross, C.M.S. Write Box R-2, Naugatuck Daily News giving qualifications and references. NOW ONLY 3 29 each (54" x 54", 54" x 72", 54" x 90", 60" round-reg. to 7.98) Assorted checks, solids, and (lota's in heavy v.nyl iob!e cloths wilh cotton flannel backing. Wipe oil spills o»oy easily Just obout every color m the rainbow Be early lor Ihe best selection Not oli colors in oil sizes HOWLAND.HUGHES DOMESTICS ... STREET FLOOR Or count... pleaic ui« your hand)! charge account.

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