Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on June 8, 1968 · Page 5
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 5

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Saturday, June 8, 1968
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Pag* 10 - NAUGATUCK NEWS (Conn.) Sat.. June 8, 1968 OfiThe Local Scene GLORIA SIROIS and Josephine La Brogue, both of 141 River St., Waterbury, were injured early this morning on the entry ramp to Route 8 in Union City. Defci'/s of the accident were not available from the State Police this morning and St. Mary's Hospital refused to divulge an information as to the condition of the two women who were taken there after the accident. -(News photo by Newman) Funerals Herman C. Jackson Herman Clayton Jackson, a former resident of Naugatuck, died at his home, 7200 Cresh- eim Road, Philadelphia, Penna., on May 30, after an illness of several months. While living in Naugatuck, Mr. Jackson was affiliated with the Eastern Malleable Iron Company. He was an active member of the Methodist Church, a Mason, and a Past Master of his Lodge. In 1927 he and his family moved to Philadelphia. He retired from the Edward G. Budd Company in 1952, but had been working in sales relating to steel up until the time he was taken ill. He is survived by his widow, Ada Austin Jackson; two daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Ferris and Mrs. Katharine Barnes; six grandchildren and seven great- grandchildren. Mrs. Anna Kaczkowski Funeral services for Mrs. • Anna (Piorkowski) Kaczkowski, 166 Prospect St., were held this morning at 8 a.m. from the Fitzgerald Funeral Home, 240 North Main St., to St. Hedwig's Church for a requiem high Mass at 9. Celebrant of the Mass was the Rev. Anthony Smialowski, pastor of St. Hedwig's. Mrs. Theresa Soliwocki was organist and soloist. Interment was in St. James Cemetery with committal services by Fr. Smialowski. Bearers, all grandsons of Mrs. Kaczkowski, were Theodore, Francis, William and Joseph Kaczkowski, Raymond Fo- lacchio and Robert Wollfrey. John Wioncek PROSPECT - The funeral of John Wioncek, Talmadge Hill Rd., police and fire dispatcher for the town of Prospect for the past 15 years, were held this morning at 8:45 a.m. He died Thursday at Waterbury Hospital after a brief illness. Born in Waterbury, the son of the late Joseph and Helen (Szpernal) Wioncek, he resided in Waterbury until moving here 18 years ago. He had previously been^em- plbyed at the Scovill Mfg. Co. On June 18, 1962, he was honored as "Man of the Year* by the Prospect Chamber of Commerce. Survivors include his widow, Josephine (Marnick) Wioncek; one son, John Jr., Kentucky; two daughters, Mrs. Andrew Martlcello Jr., Waterbury, and Mrs. Robert Chimes, Prospect; five sisters, Mrs. Edward Lord, New Hampshire, Mrs. Robert Shannon, Mrs. Joseph Mosgrove and Mrs. William Madden, all of Waterbury, and Mrs. Walter Velllette, Cheshire; one grandchild, and several nieces and nephews. The funeral was held today from the Kelly Funeral Home, 768 Baldwin St., Waterbury, to St. Anthony's Church, here for a solemn high Mass at 8:30 «.m. Burial will be In Calvary Cemetery, Waterbury. Friend* may call at the funeral home today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. William Ihurslon Funeral services for William Thurston, 11 FairlawnSt.,were held yesterday at 8:30 a.m. from the C.H. Green Funeral Home, 66 Terrace Ave., to St. Francis Church for a solemn high mass of requiem at 9. Celebrant of the Mass was the Rt. Rev. Monsignor Joseph Healey with the Rev. James Healey of St. Francis High School, Hartford and Patrick Healey of St. Mark's Church, Stratford, acting as concele- brants. Seated in the sanctuary were the Rev. Anthony Bish of St. Hedwig's Church; the Rev. Raymond Yuskaiskas of Waterbury, the Rev. Carl J. Sherer and the Rev. A. Michael Tamburi, both of St. Francis Church. Peter Burke was organist and Mrs. James Farrar was soloist. Interment was in St. James Cemetery with committal services by Msgr. Joseph Healey, Fr. James Healey and Fr. Patrick Healey and Fr. Sherer. Bearers were Thomas Thurston, Robert Thurston, Douglas cockcroft, William Garfield, Lawrence Dunn and Robert Sullivan. Mayor Joseph Raytkwichalso attended the services. FLETCHER MEETS AYALA MANCHESTER, England (UPI)—Top-seeded Ken Fletcher, an Australian now living in Hong Kong, -was scheduled to meet Chilean Luis Ayala today in the men's singles final of the Northern tennis tournament. Fletcher beat Dick Russell of Jamaica, 6-2, 6-3, Friday and Ayala, a former touring pro who has been reinstated as a coach by the Chilean Lawn Tennis Association, overcame David Lloyd of England, 3-6, 11. 9, 6.3. * * * Elizabeth Palmer Peabody established the first American kindergarten in Boston. 110-Year-old Continued From Page 1 the Ken-Lab marine speed and distance instruments, plus the widely recognized War Automatic Pilot. This 110-year-old local concern now has plants in the borough, Portland, Maine; Newburgh, N.Y.; Cleveland, Ohio; Syracuse, N.Y.; Marietta, Ohio; and subsidiaries in Wheeling, Illinois and Belleville, N.J. Started by young men, it remains a young man's organization with the average age of management personnel at 50. The management is aggressive, profit - oriented, with skills heavily influenced by marketing and engineering backgrounds. All executive personnelpartlci- pate in an earnings incentive plan based on divisional and company profits. From a modest beginning, the Eastern Company, started by two enterprising young men, has grown in volume recording a record of $27.5 million in thefis- cal year that ended December 30, 1967. Eastern (EMI) has been traded on the American Stock Exchange since 1932. Two names have remained constant with the growth of Eastern. Donald S. Tuttle Jr. and Robert N. Whittemore are presently members of the 12- member Board of Directors. President Leads Continued From Page 1 5;30 a.m., prior to the funeral mass. The mourners paid them no heed. The slain senator's brother, Edward M. Kennedy, was in and out of the vast church throughout Friday, kneeling in sorrow before the coffin and standing, silently with his friends who formed a changing honor guard at the bier. Kennedy's widow Ethel appeared in a black dress, her face drawn, her eyes opened wide, Jacqueline Kennedy, the senator's sister-in-law, came once alone and once with her two children. Mrs. Rose Kennedy, the senator's T7.year.old mother who now has lost three sons serving their nation, sat and shared her missal with a young soldier from New York City. When she rose he tried to express his . sadness, choked, and turned away. She patted his arm gently, then left, only to break into wracking sobs as she stepped into a waiting auto. Today was the occasion for the leaders of America to formally say goodby, but sunrise Friday to sunrise Saturday sorrow was the particular province of the ordinary man whom Kennedy loved and understood. 150,000 Pass Bier Upwards of 150,000 of those ordinary paid final homage to • the boyish, shaggy-haired young man everyone called Bobby. The simple mahogany casket was undraped when the huge bronze doors swung open at dawn Friday, but by afternoon an American flag covered it. The multitudes who could not resist grasping at Kennedy in life could not resist touching his casket in death. Tens of thousands of those who stood for hours were Negroes or Puerto Ricans from teeming tenements. Kennedy had been their champion. Though born to wealth, the 42-year-old senator had showered special attention and affection on Yo»lh Arrested John St. John Jr., 18, Beebe St., was arrested early this morning on multiple charges following a disturbance at Ronay's Restaurant on Rubber Ave. According to the police report, St. John came Into the restaurant and demanded to be •erved a drink. The bartender, knowing him to be a minor, refused. St. John then stepped behind the bar and broke several bottles of liquor on a shelf at the back of the bar, police said. Police were summoned and attempted to place St. John in the police car. St. John became verbally abusive and attempted to strike one of the officers, on arriving at the station, he again became abusive and force was necessary to place him In the cell block, officers said. St. John was charged with breach of peace, intoxication and resisting arrest by Investigating officers James Hennessey jr. and Ronald Pruchnickl. Arrangements for bond were being made this morning. Minor Accident Robert J. Mastrantuone, 39, 58 Damson Lane was cited early last night for failure to keep right when approaching an intersection. Mastrantuone was traveling south on North Hoadley St. and when he attempted to make a left turn into Chestnut St., struck the right front of another Vehicle which was stopped for a stop sign. He is slated to appear inwa- terbury'Circuit Court on July 8. Disorderly Jeffrey K. RomansH, 16, 110 Birch Lane, was arrested last night on a charge of disorderly conduct following a disturbance at a Rubber Ave. restaurant. He was released in the custody of his parents after posting a $25 bond. He will appear in court July 10. The Almanac Today is Saturday, June 8, the 160th day of 1968 with 206 to follow. The moon is between its first quarter and full phase. The morning stars are Saturn and Venus. The evening star is Jupiter. On this day in history: In 1869 Ives McGaffney of Chicago' obtained a patent for his vacuum cleaner, described by the inventor as a "sweeping machine." in 1928 the X-15 airplane completed its first test flight over the Mojave Desert in California. In 1965 astronauts Ed White and Jim McDlvett completed their Gemini journey, traveling 1,609,884 miles in 62 orbits of the earth. Two Charges Investigation of an accident early this morning resulted In the arrest of John J. Owens jr. 21, of 145 Holly St., Waterbury. On arriving at the scene on East Waterbury Road,police officers found an abandoned vehicle, which had been involved In an accident, resting against a garage which had been knocked off its foundation. Owens returned with a tow truck. He first claimed that the car had been stolen, then that he had fallen asleep and the car went out of control and finally that someone had been chasing him. He was booked on charges of reckless driving and driving while intoxicated. He posted a $250 bond pending an appearance at Waterbury CircuitCourt on July 8. Improper lane Mary Woermer, 55,108 Warren Ave., was cited last night for failure todriveintheproper lane and failure to carry an operator's license following a two-car accident on Beacon •HllllilllllllHiimCT Suit Withdrawn The following suit has been withdrawn from Waterbury Superior Court after settlement on undisclosed terms: Frank A. Brazlckl, Southington, against Anthony J, Brazickl and Stella v. Brazickl, Naugatuck; petition for sale and splitting of proceeds on property on Prospect and Lines Hill StS., Naugatuck. Fined $25 William A. Clark, 31, 18 Susan St., Beacon Falls, was fined $25 on a charge of improper lane change in Seymour Circuit Court yesterday by judge Norton Levine. America's minorities. For this they worshipped him. Among the floral tributes in the great cathedral on Fifth Avenue was a touching memorial from one of those worhip. pers. It was an American flag in flowers. In English and in Spanish there was an inscription. It was ungrammatical, but it was tender: "We never forget you, Bob. by." Another mourner, recalling the senator's deep affection for outdoor sports, and, particular, ly, for touch football, sent a sentimental floral arrangement —a toy football surrounded by roses. The flowers ranged from displays six feet high and five feet across to a starkly contrasting single red rose. Saturday, June 8, 1918 The school children are showing the real American spirit by the patriotic work they are doing In the local Red Cross Drive. Chicago leads the National League and Boston the American League. Crosby made it two in a row as they downed the NHS Baseball team 12-1 at Waterbury. $20 Fine Arlene W. Trybus, 17, 36 West Rd., Beacon Falls, was fined $20 on a substitute information charging (allure to obey a state traffic control sign. The fine was levied by Judge Norton Levine in Seymour Circuit court yesterday. Saturday, June 12, 1943 The local Red Cross plans to teach swimming techniques to the local pre-lnductees. The returns on the ticket sale for the community revue should be made as soon as possible. The Naugatuck High School baseball team defeated Tor- rlngton 9-4 In a NVL contest today. ONE OF THE THOUSANDS of mourners filing' sadly past the casket containing the body of Sen. Robert K Kennedy, a Negro woman (rightI gently touches the casket m New Ym-k'H St. Patrick's Cathedral. Manor Ed. According to the police report Mrs. Woermer was proceeding along Beacon Manor Rd., when her car struck the left front of a vehicle parked on the right side of the road. The Woermer car suffered damage to the right front and had to be towed from the scene. A passenger in the Woermer car was treated at St. Mary's Hospital and was released. Count Casimir Pulaski, who organized the first cavalry regiment in the Revolutionary War for Gen. 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