The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on March 1, 1977 · Page 1
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t 2—XAl'CATl'CK NEWS (Conn.) Thursday, June 21. 1876 Obituaries John E. Lewonski ST. JUDK'S UIH.DKEN IIKSKAHCII HOSIMTAI. regional director Leon C'uni {right) presents Honorary Chairman William Hado with a Danny Thomas Award certificate honoring his \vork in Ihe rccfnl lund-raislng campaign, while City Hill Middle School Principal Leonard Fcroleto looks on at right. City Mill students garnered 19 special awards for their efforts in the campaign which saw nearly 100 percent cooperation response on the part of the students. The first four priie winners were, respectively. Kevin DelGobho, Sheralcc Bradley. Palrida Shabaitis and Tony Itodrigues. (NBWSphotobyDonCwisey) John Edward Lewonski, 39, of 287 North Main SI, died Wednesday al Waterbury Hospital after a long illness. Mr, Lewonski was bom in Waterbury, Nov. 15, 1936, son of Edward and Sophie (Wodkiew- icz) Uwonski of Naugaluck. He had been a resident of Thomaslon for 12 years before moving to Naugatuck three years ago. He was employed al Stein, Sapack i Ames Architects of Walerbury. He had also served in the Seabees in Ihe U.S. Navy. Besides his parents, Mr. Lewonski leaves his widow, Nancy (Delohery) Lewonski of Oxford Woman Found Dead In Pool OXFORD — Mrs. Harriet L. (Allen) Roberts, 57, of Laborde Drive, was found dead in (he swimming pool of her home Tuesday afternoon. Naugatuck; two sons, Vincent and Steven and two daughters, Laureneand JoAnn Lewonski, all of Naugatuck; one brother, Richard Lewonski of Winooski, Vt. and several nieces and nephews. The funeral will be held Friday al 9 a.m. from the Fitzgerald • Zembruski - Sgrillo Funeral Home, 240 North Main St., to SI. Joseph's Church, Waterbury, for a Mass al 9:30. Burial will be in St. James Cemetery, Naugaluck. Friends may call al Ihe funeral home today from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funerals .MRS. MERLE HYDE Funeral services for Mrs Jeannette F. (Evon) Hyde, 58, of 199 Quinn St., was held today at 8:30 a.m. from the Buckmiller Funeral Home, 82 Fairview Ave., to St. Francis Church for a Mass al 9 a.m. Burial was in St. James Cemetery. Rev. John K. Lynch was the celebrant of the Mass and offered City Hill School Holds Annual Awards Assembly Jr., Donald Hildrelh, Bruce Sova, David Evon and Robert Mulrealy. On Tuesday. June 22. City Hilt Middle School presented its annual Awards Assembly. The program opened with a welcome to the school's students, faculty", niul guests l>y Dr. Leonard Kcrolelo, princip.il. The first awards to lie presented were made by Mrs. Barbara liernslein, guidance counselor; and Mrs. lihomia Cormeir, head of the Preschool program for specially handicapped children, located at City Hill. Certificates of recognition were, given to the 'H sixth, seventh. ;md eighth grade students who have contributed hours of their own time to give individual attention lo the children in the Preschool program. Recognition was then given lo (the eighth grade students who \ maintained an Itoiibrs average : during their three years at City ! Hill. They were: William Allison. Matthew Anderson. Kitnas Halsys. Diane liorbas. Caroline Carrciro, David Chcrkus, Judy Krnst, Juanila Keriiandes. Kimbcrly I-'oster, William Goggin, Fiona Graham. Kathcrine Grieder. Linda Holt. Ingrid Krucgcr. Vincent Lewonski. Kathleen l.itke. Maureen McKee. Jay Min- nicucci, Glenn Myers, Holierl money raisers Kevin Ucl Gobbo anil Sherrie Bradley. A most entertaining aspect of the Awards Assembly was a slide presentation featuring many candid shots of the eighth graders al work and play during their last Stat e Pol ice said death was due theprayersatthegrave. Wednesday night after a state to accidental drowning, although Bearers were Earl Evon Jr., court judge found the union and an investigation was continuing. Robert Evon its leaders in contempt. He State Police said Mrs. Roberts gave officials 13 hours to end was found dead in Ihe pool by her ihe strike or face fines. husband Miles, when he returned Evening mediation centered home from work about 5 p.m. DANIEL 1. LAPORTA on union demands for amnesty, Mrs. Roberts was born in WATERBURY - The funeral Al the close of the program Ihe a union official said. Gov. Waterbury March 2, 1919, a of Daniel J. LaPorta, 63, former eighth grade representatives Michael S. Dukakis, repeating a daughter of the late Charles and manager of Electric Appliance presented to' Dr. Fcroleto on hardline posture adopted at the Harriet (Jacobsen) Allen. Parts and Domestic Appliance behalf of the graduating class a outset of Ihe strike, cautioned Besides her husband, she Co. on Grove Street, was held plaque to be placed on a new striking employes faced possi- leaves two sons, Alan and todayal8:15a.m. from the Albini podium they have lefl to City Hill We dismissal. Charles, and two daughters, Funeral Home, 116 East Farm in their name. This ' last Suffolk Superior Court Judge Karen and Lauren. St., to St. Anthony's Church for a year al City Hill. In addition two presentation brought lo a fitting Thomas .Morse coupled solo dances from the recent end the Awards Assembly which Modern Dance production of signified a full and productive "Desperado" were presented year for the class of 1976. with Slinron Bridge dancing to "Certain Kind of Fool" and i/" iMass. State Sands' Scranlon perlorniing the diilinui'd l-'rom Page 1 title song "Desperado". S[>orls awards were given to the students who earned the Presidential Physical Fitness Award: Eighth Graders. James Allen for three years: Sharon Bridge and Sharon llosa for two lanl issues," Schmertz said. "We're not going lo disclose al this lime which issues are involved with ihe significant progress," he said. The talks years; Donald Uolton, Barry ™^ D l)e rcsumKl nl 3 pm will take further action." Ihe Slate Administrative Secre- tarv John liucklcv said,he was daily Funeral services and burial Mass al 9. Burial was in Calvary fine of $200,000 againsl the will be private. Contributions Cemetery. Mr. LaPorta of 34 W.OKMncmher union with may be made lo Ihe American Rockledge Drive died Tuesday SS.OW-a-day fines against union Cancer Society. The Munson- morning al SI. Mary's Hospital leaders Howard V. Doyle and Lovetere Funeral Home, Main after a brief illness. Paul K. Quirk. " Street, Southbury, is handling ^^_^_____^___ Fines were lo take effect at arrangements. ^~~~ ^~~~~ dawn Thursday with union attorneys ordered back into court later in the day to provide evidence of compliance HARTFORD, Conn. (UPI) The bond for two men charged with a back-lo-work order. "If the order (lo end the strike! is not complied with, I Court Orders Bonds Reduced Kinik. ami Uiurie 7ak for one year; Seventh Graders^lichae] Mozesky for two i\cars; and Michael Cortigiano. Dean l-'arom. Don Fellows, Harbara l.ilke. Colleen O'Brien, and Cindy Schrncder for one year; and Sixth Graders. James Einik, Brian Fain. 1-arrv Litevich. Paid Itnsa. Klsa Borges. Sallie Carrington. Diane llasscnfeldt, and Maria Mclcschnig of one year. Additional sports awards included individual achievement awards. Raymond, Barry Rogers, Teresa foul shooting awards. Intramura Rouillard. -Joanne Rynecki, champion awards, and leant l.ydia Scales, Debra Scarpa. recognition. Sandra Scranton. Lynda I.'eparlmental awards m- Seainour, Sean Shea. Joan eluded: Unified Arts. Lisa Dziura Sullivan, Shcmanski. Nancy Sullivan, and Harry Kinik: Domestic Arts. Janet Swanson. Cynthia While. Kim Foster; Choir. Janet IlachaeJ Woodside. Laurie Zak, Swanson: Hand. Kurt Schmidt; and Laurie Zemeir. Orchestra, llimas . Daisys; A pleasant surprise was Physical Education. James Allen received when Leon Curzi, and Sharon Bridge: Modern regional director'of Ihe St. Jnde's Dance. Sharon Bridge and Sandy Children's Hesearch Hospital, Scranlon came lo Ihe Awards Assembly to The lasl awards present to Dr. Kerolelo on behalf assembly were given to those of Ihe students of City Hill Middle students whom the faculty School an award tor raising the considered to show the most most money for St. Jude's school spirit and school Hospital in the middle school age citizenship throughout the year. group in the entire Naugatuck Students honored the School valley region. Mayor William Spirit Award were: Tammi Itado, \vho was also present, also Cow an. Hachael Woodside. received a certificate as Sandy Scranton. Sharon Bridge. Honorary chairman for Ihe town David Klimaszcwski, and Norma of Naugaluck for St. Jude's fund Giraldi. School Citizenship was raising campaign. awarded lo: Debbie Scarpa. Jay Individual awards were given Minicucci, Fiona Graham. Kalhy lo the students who raised the Grieder. Juanita Fcrnandes. and mosl money and were led by top Sharon Rosa. adding, "certainly it : vas in the best interest of Ihe union officials and the members that the'y conform lo Ihe court order." Mary Fifield, press secretary for Gov. Michael S. Dukakis, said. "The governor is pleased to hear the union leaders have complied with he court order and slate law." Slate workers cannot strike under the 1972 law allowing them to bargain collectively. "With assurance Ihe workers were being told to return lo work this morning, the governor will not recommend taking any further disciplinary action against union leaders," she said. Late Wednesday Judge Thomas Morse gave Alliance ithc coalition of labor unions judge warned. Fines could be trimmed or cancelled if the , strike ended, he said. The governor said Tines were "an important step toward ending the strike and gelling [teople hack to work." Earlier in Ihe day be labeled 21,000 striking unionized employes "lawbreakers" and said negotiations could not resume until the strike ended. Dukakis also hinted mediation under Ihe supervision of New Yorker Eric Schmertz may not end the walkout. "He tnay well suggest a settlement we can't accept," the first-term Democrat said. Almost half the workers represented by a union coalition including prison guards, hospital employes, public works employes and welfare workers, walked off the job Monday demanding raises in the average salary of S9.300. Periodic cost of living increases ended for Ihe slate's has been reduced by New Britain Common Pleas Judge John M. Filzgerald. He reduced the bond Monday for Anthony S. Derrico, 40 of West Hartford, from R00,000 to vrilh first degree murder and J75,000 and on Richard Barnes, robbery in Ihe »160 holdup of a 30, of Harlford, from J200.000 to Rocky Hill motel night clerk tlOO.ooo. ROBERT S. PEASE, lefl, is shown with Hep. Neal Hanlon after hewas named general manager of Hanlon's campaign lor reelection lo represent the borough in Hartford. INEWSpholo by Edward Newman) Pease To Manage Hanlon's Campaign State Rep. Neal Hanlon an- sure lhat Hanlon's campaign nounced loday Ihe appointment effort would be successful, as it of Robert S. Pease as the general was in 1974. "When Neal Hanlon manager of the Hanlon- ran for slate representative in Representative re-election 1974. we were certain that he campaign committee. Pease would make an outstanding state served in the same capacity in representative. I believe he has Hanlon's successful campaign proven himself over the past two for state representative in 1974. years, lie has worked diligently "To have a person of Bob for the programs thai he believes Pease's ability in Ihe position of will benefit the people of this campaign manager is a great state and the people of benefit lo my campaign Naugaluck. He has consistently organization," Hanlon said. "Bob opposed those programs, con- devoted endless hours of work ceived in the governor's office in during my 1OT4 campaign and 1 Hartford, which would impose am sure lhat his efforts were one greater burdens on Ihe taxpayers of the decisive factors in Ihe of this state. I am very confident victory weachieved that year. In lhat on November 2, UK? voters of addition, Bob has assisted me Naugatuck will give N'eal a immeasurably during the last resounding vote of confidence." two years, providing me with Pease is married lo the former valuable assistance and advice. I Christine Schneider and is the am very pleased that he has father of three children. He has again agreed lo play this im- served in a variety of community portant role in my re-election and civic affairs and is presently campaign effort." serving as Secretary of Ihe Commenting on his appoint- Republican Town Committee. mail, pease sSaJejl,that he..w;as.,,,,. ,.,..,. , ll; . _ lr . . BREEN'S GREAT SUMMER representing mosl stale svor- lho kers) the choice of continuing cmp | ovcs in ,97.,. Tne Hie slnke which seriously impaired slate services, or face fines of $200.000 a (toy. Tension in prisons accelerated \vith temperatures in the 90s ami inmates locked in cells without exercise for a third gled lo provide food and medicine to 12,000 patients at a variclv of slate mental hos- Court-ordered mediation resumed at a downloun hotel stale has offered 52,175 over three years. The union wants $3,600 over two years. As negotiations in and out of court continued, tensions increased. Vandals hil a welfare office, demolishing a telephone switchboard and scrawling "scab" on Ihe walls, a department spokesman said. The steam auto was invented and first used in Bridgeport, Conn..in 1866. NATURALIZER-JOYCES VINER-VaBENI 28 To '32 90 50% OFF ON HUNDREDS OF FURNITURE AND BEDDING ITEMS. THURS., FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. Friday to 8:30 Free delivery on complete suites. S^aP^ 21 S 25 To 27 18 90 Reg. S 22 S ° To S 24 90 16 SINCE 1900, Carlson's Furniture and Naugatuck... The Church Street store is celebrating with a gigantic sale now in progress. Reg. '20 To '21 14 90 '15 To S 18 12 90 Colors-Whites, Navys, Blacks, Bones, Tans STOCK UP NOW-ALL STYLES "The Biggest Little Store . In The Country" MARYBLDG. NAVGATUCK

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