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IT THE BOSTON GLOBE Thursday, May 27, 1999 DEATHS . SCAPICCHIO of Stoneham, formerly of the ino. tno, May no. Aninony l. oeiovea nus- oana ot ine iaie nna i- cnorej. Brother of Concetta Connie' Cameron of Stoneham, Emilio and his wife Lucv of the No. End. Peter and his wife Lillian of Nahant. Lew Mary Maqlio and her husband Vincent of Everett, flalph and his wife Pamela of Weymouth and John Scaptcchio. Also survived " by many loving nieces and nephews. Funeral from the Deflo Russo Funeral Home, 306 Matn St. MEDFOHD, Saturday at 9 AM followed by a Funeral Mass celebrated in St. Francis of Assist Church, Fellsway, Medford at 10 Am. Relatives and friends are respect- fi.Il.i innitari tr ollonH Vie it inn Mniire Crirlau is arH Kia uiifa Clnranoa nf Pact Qnetnn ' 2-4 & 7-9. Services will conclude with burial at woootawn jemeiery. tveren. Laie world War II US Army Veteran. It has been requested that in lieu of flowers expressions of sympathy be sent in Anthony s memory to the Beacon Hospice, 529 Main St. Suite 1M7, Boston, MA 02129. i! ) SCHOTT-6f Billerica May 25. Phyllis L. 1' f Anlkmannl Schott. Wife of Arthur E. SnhoH Mother of Jeffrey H. of PA, Gregory P. of MN, Suzanne A. King of TX, and Kevin D. of Easthampton. Sister of Shirlee J. King of TX. Also survived by 6 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Saturday at the Trinity Lutheran Church. 170 Old Westford Rcf, CHELMSFORD at 11 00 a.m. Relatives and friends respectfully invited. Visiting hours will be held Friday at the Sweeney Memorial Funeral Home, 66 Concord Rd. BILLERICA from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Diabetes Association, 50 Colvin Av, Albany. NY 12206. SHERWOOD Of Lexington and Bedford, John P.. beloved husband of Bonnie W. lenras, loving ratner or jonn uar-J rell Sherwood of Washington, j DC, Robert Damon Sherwood of ; Boston, beloved son of Muriel and the late John. steDfather of Mi chelle Sidel and Dan TenPas. former hus band of Anita Sherwood. Memorial gathering to be held at a later date. Army Veteran Korean War. Arrangements by Keefe Funeral Home, Arlington. SLATE On Wednesday, May 26. 1999, Ruth (Silverman) of Palm Beach, FLA & Canton. Beloved wife of the late Harold H. Slate. Dear mother of Eleanor Scherer of Boston & Ethel Slate of Lexington. Dear grandmother of Jodi Dady & her husband Andrew & Stephanie Scnerer. Sister of Marion Fermon of FLA & the late Samuel Silverman & Elma Shepett. Graveside services at Ouincy Hebrew Cemetery, Baker St, West Roxbury on Friday, May 28 at 2 PM. Memorial Observance will be at the home of Ethel Slate, Saturday & Sunday evening. Rememberances may be made to the Harold H. Slate Memorial Fund, co Quincy YMCA, 79 Coddington St, Quincy, MA 02169 or to the charity of one's choice. Arrangements by Levine Briss Funeral Home, RANDOLPH. SMITH -James E., 67. native of the Boston area who rose to prominence in tne textile S Naples, FL after a brief illness. ; Born in Walpole, MA, he attended j Walpole H.S., lettering in 4 sports. ' He received his bachelor's dearee from Boston University in 1933, where he was iracK captain, a nocKey regular a koi-lege of Business class president After graduation, Mr. Smith returned to Walpole to work at The Bird & Son Co. He served in the Navy during World War II, rising to the rank of Lieutenant Commander. After the war he joined the Albany Felt Co. in Albany, NY, a firm which manufactures industrial fabrics, primarily for the paper industry. Mr. Smith was a sales and marketing executive in Albany until he became general manager of the Felt Company's manufacturing plant in Cowansville, Quebec in 1961. He returned to Albany in 1966 as V P. of marketing and became president of the co in 1973 where he served until his retirement in 1979. Mr. Smith vacationed on Cape Cod throughout his life and summered in Harwich since his retirement. He was a member of Holy Trinity Church and the Cranberry Valley Golf Course in Harwich. He had been a winter resident of Naples for 20 years. He leaves his wife of 57 years, Loretta Johnston Smith and their children, Mary Anne Byrne of Hop-kinton, NH, James E. Smith of Augusta, GA and Robert M. Smith of Erie, PA and 5 grandchildren. He also leaves a younger rother, George D. Smith of Peabody, MA. The Johnson-Pitt man Funeral Home (941-774-3444) in Naples, FL is handling funeral arrangements, services are scheduled for Friday, May 28 at St Peter the Apostle Catholic Church, where Mr. Smith will he inurned. ' SMITH Of Watertown May 26, Cathryne M. (Murphy). Beloved wife of Wilbur S. Smith. Oevoted mother of Sueanne Rukstalis of Norfolk. Loving grandmother of Tara Marie & Wendy Ann Rukstalis. Sister of the late Leo F. Murphy. Funeral from the Stanton Funeral Home 786 Mt. Aubun St. (Rt. 16) WATER-TOWN on Friday at 8 A.M. Funeral Mass in ne Church of St. Luke 142 Lexington St. Belmont at 9 O'clock. Relatives ana fnends respectfully invited to attend. Visiting hours Thursday 2-4 & 7-9 P.M. Interment St. Patrick's Cemetery. SUR-Donald. Composer and irrepressible over of WB. May 24, 1999. Beloved son of B L Sur and father of Matthew Sur. Brother of Laurence Kim, John Kim, and the late Lori Ohliger. Dear Uncle of Michele, Marc, Denise. Teresa. Elizabeth. Patricia and Da vid. Donald will be sorely missed by all who knew him-fnends, colleagues & family but his Spirit will be remembered always -through his music. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to The Cantata Singers, P.O. Box 380375, Cambridge. Mass. 02238-0375. Memorial Service at Marsh Chapel at Boston University, Saturday at 2:00 p.m. THERIAULT-ln Salem, May 25: Joseph Dnl.n4 TKAriQi alt asiA 71 n a Dinrnuu Tar baiem. hatner a ratner-in-iaw ot Ronald & Elaine Thenault of Dan- vers & Roger & Lorraine Thenault j of Topsfield, brother of Elias Ther- iault. Jr. & Euaene both of Salem and Raymond of Peabody. grandfather of 4. His funeral will be on Friday at 8 am from the 4-evesque Funeral Home, 163 Lafayette St., SALEM (Rt. 11 41 -A, handicapped accessible) followed by his Funeral Mass in St. Joseph Church, Salem at 9 am. Visiting hours: this evening (Thursday) 6 to 9. Burial in St. Mary's Cemetery, Salem. VASILIOU In Watertown May 25, Bessie STheodorakis). Beloved wife of the late Pro-opis Vasiliou. Mother of Helen McCool, Hope Hunter and her husband Al. Also survived by 8 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. Funeral from the Faggas Funeral Home. 551 Mt Auburn St (Rte 16). WATERTOWN Friday at 9:00AM. Followed 'by Services in the Greek Orthodox Church fTaxiarchae) 25 Bigelow Ave. Watertown at '10:00AM. Expressions of sympathy in her memory to Hospice Care Inc., 41 Montvale Ave. Stoneham. MA 02180 or the above named church would be appreciated. Visiting hours Thursday 5-9 pm. VITALE-Joseph M. of Lexington, May 25. 1999. Loving father of Lucille Augustine and her husband Joseph of Lexington and the fate Mane Sutherland. Caring father in law of 'Andrew Sutherland of Lexington. Devoted grandfather of Donna Vollmer of Savanna, iA, Michael Sutherland of Stoneham, Ste-jien Augustine of Lexington, Andrea Pizzi of Lexington. Julianne Augustine of Salem, and Nancy Brandford of Westford. He is also survived by 7 great grandchildren. Funeral from The Douglass Funeral Home. 51 Worthen Rd.. LEXINGTON, Friday. May 28 at 7:45 a.m. Followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at Sacred Heart Church, Lexington, at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend. Funeral Home visiting hours Thursday (today) 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Joseph s memory to the American Cancer Society. 30 Speen St., Frammgham, MA 01701. fnter-. merit Westview Cemetery. Lexington. WHALE N -of Burlington, May 25, Suddenly, orm iw. dciuvwj nusoana or Mary t. (nay). i Luv?ny iciuwr ot uoreen . tserg-; mann of FL, Brenda A. Peterson ot ; FL, Judith A. Whalen of Burlington, 3 and Loretta A. Galligan of Kinqs- Elizabeth Gulla. end Jn;fmhina Rn!;i all rX Allston, Gladys Cicco of Windham, NH, and Mildred Smith of Billerica. Grandfather of Lauren Peterson. Funeral from the Edward V. SuHrvan Funeral Home. 43 Winn St., BURLINGTON, (exit 34 off Rt. 128, Woburn side) on Friday, May 28. at 9 a.m. followed by a Mass of the Resurrection in St. Margaret's Church at 10 a.m. Visiting hours Thursday 4-8 p.m. Interment in Chestnut Hill Cemetery, Burlington. Memorials in John's name may toe made to People Helping People, P.O. -Box 343, Burlington, MA. 01803 WILLIAMSON Of Somerville. May 25 1999. Gertrude G Beloved wife of the late James J. Williamson, Sr. Loving mother of James J. Williamson. Jr. of Stoughton. Dorts O. Phalen of Stoneham. Robert E Williamson of Tewksbury, and John E. Williamson of Somerville. Dear grandmother of 14, great -cjrandmomer of 30, Great great grandmother of 3. Sister of Charlotte McManus of . Char lest own A Funeral Service will be held on Friday. May 28. at 1 1 30 a.m. in the O Brian, Wilson, Fudge Funeral Home. 2 Benton Rd. SOMERVILCE. Calling hours Thursday 2-4, 7-9 p m. Interment Wood lawn Cemetery, Everett. Late member of the Somerville Women Auxiliary Legion 377. Parking opposite church. Memorial donations may be made to House Call, Cambridge Hospital. 1493 Cambridge St.. CambrKlge, MA 02139. Cambridge C.V N.A. yo Jeamne Bessette. R.N C. WILLWERTH Of Cohasset and Somer-. ville. May 22. 1999 Josephine M fMikolitch) Betoved wife of Lawrence Wrirwerth Jr. Devoted mother of Lawrence A WiHwerth III of Heading, Mrs. Joan L. Chaffee of North ' Reading, and Mrs. Jean Mane Hart of Nantucket. Visiting at the Sparred McNamara Funeral Home, Summer St. COHASSET. Friday 7-9 pm. Funeral Mass m St. Catherine s Church. Sornervitie. Saturday at 10 30 am. , Interment Oak Grove Cemetery. Medford. ZAYKO Of Plymouth, by accident. May 23, Brendan Michael. Beloved son of Andrea J. - (Abbondanza) Morse and her husband Douglas W. Morse of Plymouth Brenoan n a beautiful soul. Son of Richard Zayko of --4-toosett. N H Grandson of Eileen M Sea- lund and her husband Roger o Marshfietd, Ruth Zayko of Kingston. Harold W Morse of Plymouth and the late Dante Abbondanza Also survived by many aunts, uncles, cousins and fnends Funeral Mass m St. Bona-venture s Church. 799 State Rd. Manomet Friday at 10 a m. Visrtmg hours at the Mac-Donakl Funeral Home. T755 Ocean St Rt "139. MARSHFIELD. Thursday 6-9 p m Contributions may be made to Plymouth Youth Soccer 1248 State Rd. Ptymouth MA 02360 m memory of Brendan Zayko or Mass Conv muntcations College. Attn Bursar s Office 142 Berkeley St. Boston MA 021 16. Brendan . ZayKo Scnoiarsrxp Fund. IX MEMORIAM 1975 D:a 1 DESEHT 1999 Lovingly rememoered Daughter Ruth Alice K. Cass, 99 Former teacher in Chelsea A funeral Mass will be said tomorrow for Alice K. (Richardson) Cass of Topsfield, a former math teacher in the Chelsea public schools and member of the Middleton School Committee. Mrs. Cass died Monday in Beverly Hospital. She was 99. She was born in Middleton and graduated from Salem Normal School in 1920. Prior to her marriage in 1927, she taught in Chelsea for several years. She was a former resident of Middleton, where she was a member of the school committee for eight years. She was the wife of the late Thomas E. Cass. She leaves a daughter, Alison Cattan of New York City; a son, Thomas R. of Hampton, N.H.; two sisters, Lillian G. Richardson of Topsfield and Helen F. Coughlin of Wenham; a brother, Paul of Hampton, N.H.; three grandchildren and a great-grandson. The funeral Mass will be said at 10 a.m. in St. Rose of Lima Church in Topsfield. Burial will be in Pine Grove Cemetery in Topsfield. Sarah Alden Gannett Avid outdoorswoman; at 78 Sarah Alden (Derby) Gannett, who helped establish the Long Trail in Vermont, died May 17 in her home in Brattleboro. She was 78. A granddaughter of President Theodore Roosevelt, Mrs. Gannett was born in Oyster Bay, N.Y. She hiked the entire Long Trail between 1970 and 1976 and was a leader of the effort by the Green Mountain Club to acquire title or permanent easements the length of the trail. In addition to hiking, she enjoyed cross-country skiing, fishing, and playing golf and won the ladies' championship at the Brattleboro Country Cub in 1971. She leaves her husband, Robert T.; and three children, Alden G. Taylor of Mequon, Wis., Robert T. Jr. of Chicago, and William B. of New York City; and nine grandchildren. Funeral arrangements are private. ANNOUNCEMENTS BOSTON FIREFIGHTERS LOCAL 718 We regret to announce the death of Brother George P. Duclos, late of Ladder 6, (retired). Funeral from the John Lawrence Funeral Home. 3778 Falmouth Rd.. Marston Mills Visiting hours Thursday May 27 from 2-4 & 7-9 pm. Funeral Mass in Christ of Kings Church. Mashpee Common. Mashpee on Friday May 28 at 10 a.m. Members requested to attend. Neal Santangelo, President Edmund M. Street, Treasurer, DW emembering those weve lost ... The Boston Globe will publish a special In Mcmoriam page on Memorial Day, Monday, May 31, 1999 Sample John M. Doc 1972 - 1999 MX tt moment noes bv mlhoui you in torever missing yw. hne. 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Wwl goaf auppon-inajraOx mwnonalv 31 5 Elm SI . Ewrvt 1 -0D&64Q-SO54 Pre Forum. HokOay Specials. Compare our pncat-Caa tor Quo iSSSSSr Funeral Service Directory CALL 617-929358 TO PLACE YOUR AO IN THIS SECTION. I DIRECTORY SUB HEADINGS INCLUDE: FUNERAL HOMES Monuments Florists j f e CrtmaliO Semces e Reious Geocts Ctmelenej i' 'T S2S99 Obituaries Rev. Thomas Savage, 51; headed Rockhurst College in Missouri By Tom Long GLOBE STAFF The Rev. Thomas J. Savage of the Society of Jesus, a former president of Rockhurst College in Kansas ' City, Mo., died of asthma complicated by pneumonia May 10 in Campion Health Center in Weston. He was 51. Father Savage was president of Rockhurst College, a Jesuit school of about 3,000 students, from 1988 to 1996. During his tenure, he opened a continued education center at the school and acquired the National Seminars Group, a provider of education and training programs that serves 500,000 students annually at 300 locations in the United States and Canada. Father Savage was an outgoing man who reached out to the community surrounding the college's downtown campus. He acted in school plays and was cohost of the radio call-in show "Religion on the Line." He danced every year at the annual Rockhurst Christmas party. "Father Tom was a showman," said Rev. Patrick Rush, vicar-general of the Catholic Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph at a memorial service for Father Savage on May 18. VickerV.DiGravio,58 Ran Sportlight Tavern in Quincy Vicker V. DiGravio, the former owner and operator of the Sportlight Tavern in Quincy Center, died Tuesday in Quincy Hospital. He was 58. Mr. DiGravio was born in Quincy. He graduated from Weymouth High School and Bridgton Academy in Maine. He was a resident of Quincy, where he owned and operated the Sportlight for 23 years until his recent retirement He coached' youth baseball in Quincy and the Quincy Post 95 American Legion baseball team. He leaves his wife, Lucille M.' (Marchant); a son, Vicker V. Ill of Quincy; a daughter, Christine M. Downing of Quincy; his father, Vicker V. Sr. of Weymouth; a brother, Ronald E. of Marshfield; two sis-ers, Karen J. Townsend of Houston, md Leslie H. Ellison of Jacksonville, Fla.; and a granddaughter. A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday in Christ Church Episcopal in Quincy. Burial is private. message: our inouxnis Globe. SP527 ; ' f ::a, " "'' ' ' REV. THOMAS SAVAGE "His life was a virtuoso performance of humanity, of Catholic Christian spirituality, of Jesuit mission." ' The Rev. Robert Hill, minister of Community Christian Church in Kansas City, who cohosted the radio show with Father Savage and Rabbi Michael Zedek, called Father Savage a "bridge-builder between the rich and poor, the outsider and the insiders, the Catholic and the Protestant, Kansas City and the world." He was a member of the Kansas Board of Trade and cochairman of Focus Kansas City, which created a master plan for the city. Father Savage studied architecture at Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C., prior to entering the Society of Jesus in 1967. He subsequently earned degrees in philosophy and sociology at Boston College and a master's degree in divinity at Weston School of Theology in Cambridge before he was ordained to the priesthood in 1979. He then earned a graduate degree in city planning at the University of California, Berkeley and a doctorate in public policy administration at Harvard University. He leaves his mother, Viola, of Medford; two brothers, Rev. James of Cambridge and Robert of Villan-ova, Pa.; and three sisters, Evelyn Ternollo of Medford and Claire Keon and Marilyn Herrick, both of Wakefield. A funeral Mass was said May 14 in Campion Center in Weston. Sister Shirley Smith Was a medical missionary; at 68 A funeral Mass will be said today for Sister Shirley Smith of the Medical Missionaries of Mary. She died of cancer Tuesday in her home in Somerville. She was 68. A native of Lynn, she entered the Medical Missionaries in 1955. After completing her religious studies and training as a nurse-midwife, she was stationed in Taiwan and East Africa, where she tended the sick and needy and trained young nurses. Her last assignment was with the Masai people in Tanzania. She leaves a brother, Arthur of Harwich. The funeral Mass will be said at 10:30 a.m. in the Little Sisters of the Poor Chapel in Somerville. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery in Maiden. PaulSacher,93 Billionaire, arts patron REUTERS ZURICH - Paul Sacher, a con ductor and patron of the arts whose family's stake in the Roche pharmaceuticals empire made him one of the world's richest men, died yesterday after a long illness, his family said. He was 93. With a family fortune estimated at $13 billion, Mr. Sacher was widely considered a maestro of both the music and business worlds. Mr. Sacher, who married into the Hoffmann-La Roche family in 1934, served as a board member of the pharmaceuticals giant for almost six decades. He played a key role in regaining the family's majority stake in the company after World War II and was considered an architect of the firm's development Mr. Sacher was born on April 28, 1906 in Basel, Switzerland. He studied musk at the university in Basel and he taught himself how to be a conductor. Mr. Sacher was already deeply entrenched in the modern mask scene when he met and married Roche heiress Maja Hoffmann-Staehlin. the young widow of Emanuel Hoffmann-La Roche, sole heir to the Roche fortune Rev. Frederick Harkins Taught at Holy Cross; at 89 A funeral Mass will be said today for Rev. Frederick A. Harkins of the Society of Jesus, former theology professor at the College of the Holy Cross and spiritual leader of the Jesuit Community at the school. Father Harkins died Friday in Deaconess-Waltham Hospital. He was 89. He was born in South Boston and entered the Jesuit order in 1927, after graduating from Boston College High School. After graduating from Weston College, he taught Latin and Greek at the Jesuit novitiate in Lenox and also taught at Fairfield Preparatory School and Fairfield University in Connecticut. He was a member of the faculty and spiritual leader of the Jesuit community at Holy Cross for 30 years until his retirement in 1985. He leaves a sister-in-law, Rose Harkins of Dennis. The funeral Mass will be said at 10 a.m. in Campion Center in Weston. Burial will be in Campion Cemetery. Alternative school eyed for disruptive students By Joanna Massey GLOBE CORRESPONDENT In an effort to prevent violent and disruptive secondary students from moving from school to school, the Boston School Committee recommended last night that all "disciplinary transfer" students be placed in one school. At the same time, school officials said they hope to cut back on the mobility of all students by limiting the number of times they may transfer among schools. . School Superintendent Thomas W. Payzant said students who receive disciplinary transfers frequently continue their disruptive behavior in other schools. Under the proposed policy, however, those students would be put in a new alternative school better equipped to help them, said schools spokeswoman Tracey Lynch. "This is an attempt to not just transfer problem students to another school, but to put them in a specialized school that Is more prepared to handle them," she said. In the 1997-1998 school year, 76 high school students and 46 middle school students received disciplinary transfers, according to a draft prepared by the Alternative Education Task Force. Criticism from headmasters and other administrators of random shuffling of youths climaxed last December when a South Boston High School student was stabbed by two transfer students who had been in a Department of Youth Services detention center. At the time, many officials complained that administrators rountin-ely transferred students to rid their hallways of those who posed threats to classmates and staff. Lynch said the proposed policy, on which school committee members have not yet voted, would also reduce the number of students who habitually transfer among schools, as well as the classroom disruption their movement may cause. Currently, students can be granted up to one "voluntary transfer" within any academic year, but the pro)osed policy would limit those transfers to one while in middle school and one while in high school, with one appeal. In addition, the proposal would change the policy on maximum age by requiring all students above the age of 20 who are not special education students to attend specialized adult education programs. "A comprehensive high school is not the place to be educating 21- and 22-year-olds," Payzant said. "They just don't belong in the same programs with 14-year-olds." He stressed that the "over-aged students" will still receive Boston publk school diplomas, not GED certificates. The projiosed changes follow an announcement earlier this month that the city plans to set aside $1.2 million in next year's fiscal budget to implement recommerulations of the Alternative Education Task Force. New Englanda News Briefs 3A IjfM MA Jno0 srIW tflA isria. n a Quincy Missing boy, 5, found by searchers uoH 13 Jin A5-year-oId boy who wandered away from a Quincy store was found late last night sleeping unif a bush. Nathan Jackson was seen oa a surveillance tape leaving the TJ Maxx Store on Burgin Parkv'a shortly after 7:30 p.m. and was found about five hours later by searcher The boy's identical twin brother was brought to the scene so searchers could see what Jackson looked liKfcf Cambridge Man found guilty of a assault, burglary ua .usIA srtW A 37-year-old former constats was convicted yesterday of wxj-ually assaulting a man to whom had falsely identified himself as a K-lice officer. Robert Zampell of Wbj-burn was found guilty of indecent sault and battery, burglary and impersonating a police officer. Hewitts sentenced to 10 years for burgl three to four years for indecent sault and battery; and three year probation for impersonating a poto officer. oyol Boston Convicted rapist tdS serve 10 years ir,c8 SO A convicted child rapist allegedly attacked three year-old boys while on probation ya ordered back to prison yesterday. Sean Milliken, 30, of Roxbury, must now serve 10 years of a suspended sentence, effective immediately, Suffolk County prosecutors said. MilLT- ken was convicted in 1994 of raping two children. He served about '1$ years in prison and had another 1$-year prison term suspended Jot three years. On Feb. 17, about three months after his release, he was ap- rested for assaulting three East Boston bovs outside a convenience store. 3 JA Flags to tell boaters if river is clean ii 1ST N ine Charles River boathouse yesterday resumed flying Miie or red pennants that alert rowei and boaters when bacteria count's 1j the river are safe for boating or ';ei ceed state-recommended levels. itj$ der a program organized by jtfte Charles River Watershed Association that began as a trial last suiiv-mer, the association is taking diflly water samples at four sites from VJ"a-a tertown to Boston Harbor. BfialJ-houses post red pennants when bS teria levels are over the limit blue when they meet the boating sianuara. water quauiy resuitseaj also be found at the group'1 World Wide Web j??t. Tine T3v3 61 Revere Winthrop man shot 1 9 after leaving gym pern TJolice are investigating the shtojj- X ing of a 43-year-old man Jrtgi was wounded after leaving a Rev& gym yesterday, police said. Geure S. Lubell, of Winthrop, was aliiA once in the back just before 1 juij. and underwent emergency surgwj' at Massachusetts General Hospitig. Witnesses told police that Luhcllhwli just left the Powerhouse Gynwi Charger Street when a shot riig out. A suspect w ho appeared to beTn his 20s was seen running asvayH-ward Squire Road. No arrests wejfij? made yesterday, said police. Pd?$ said yesterday that Lubell is a kii associate of reputed . mobster WiS- cent "GiGi" Portalla. U,'0 ' to Massachusetts Retirement official O to M H3 quits after 2 years one The man brought in from Alaska to clean up the state's public j-tirement system is resigning a?J$r only two years on the job. saying jw-h'tical wranglings at the State Hiue were too much for his emotkml health. Robert Stalnaker, who iilSh cited personal family reasons forjhts resignation, informed the PuKSc Employees Retirement Administration commlsskin that he us leaving his $118,000-a-year executive duW tor's job on June 25. He said pressure problems came about lie-cause of his "emotional inabilitf'.fi cope with the political vagark f: this posit km." s (AP) -Cit I.

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