The Berkshire Eagle from Pittsfield, Massachusetts on April 1, 1978 · 13
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The Berkshire Eagle from Pittsfield, Massachusetts · 13

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Saturday, April 1, 1978
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-1.'r 4t,r-wer'wvor,mI-9Nr,P,,qt "or Leo Jandreau, long a leader in GEmions,dies at 73 Leo E. Jandreau, a major fig- But he appeared before an Alum in General Electric Co. la- bany, N.Y., hearing of the bor ' history and in the House un-Arnerican Ac t v it I es McCarthy-era split that created subcommittee in 1954 and flatly the International Union of Elec- denied that he was or ever had trical Workers, died Thursday been a Communist. at Ellis Hospital - in Schenec- His national UniOn, the LT, tady, N.Y. He was 73. had also been accused of being - "a tool of the Communist parJandreau, who lived at 1174 y and in 1949 was ousted from South Country Club Drive in the the Congress of Industrial OrgaSchenectady suburb of Nis- nizations (COY for being Comkayuna, was the business agent manist.deminated. of Local 301 at the Schenectady The following year, however, GE plant for 28 years before he Jandreau led his local to a NaPined the international tional Labor Relations Board headquarters staff in 1965. He election victory over the newly retired in 1969' as an adviser , formed International Union of Paul J. Jermings, who was then Electrical Workers (ILE) that, the union's President. with -CIO sanction, sought to Jandreati had been an orga- represent the 13,000 GE workers nizer of Local 301 in 1933 and at the Schenectady plait and at became business agent of the other plants elsewhere. United Electrical Workers (L'E) Although the ILTE won control local in 1937. He was accused of a majority of UE locals, it before a- Congressional corn- did not get all of them. Janmittee in 1948 of having been a dreau's victory allowed him to Communist. keep his UE affiliation. Obituaries and Funerals Richard H. Rodgers, retired illustrator LENOX Richard H. Rodgers, 78, longtime summer resident here on Under Mountain Road, passed away Thursday at the Boca Raton (Fla.) Commu Went here on Under Mountain Robert L. ett Road, passed away Thursday at the Boca Raton (Fla.) Commu- Robert L. Jarrett, C, of 340 nity Hospital. He lived at 1015, Wahconah St. died yesterday Spanish River Road in Boca Ra- moihing at his home after a ton. long illness. A retired commercial illustra- A son of Leo E. ,Jarrett Sr. tor, Mr. Rodgers had several and Viola B. Maxwell Jarrett, exhibitions of his oil paintings he was a native of Pittsfield and and watercolors in Berkshire a 1948 graduate of Pittsfield County and throughout the High School. He was a Navy United States. ' veteran of the Korean War, A graduate of the Pennsylva- serving one of his four years in ma Museum School of Industrial the Navy in Korea aboard the Art, he studied illustration lin- USS Wisconsin. He was emder Thornton Oakley and was ployed by A.H. Rice & Co. and for a time a freelance corn- by Peter Francese & Son and mercial artist in New York. He was later a lineman for Pitts-also wrote and drew a daily field-Dalton TV Cable Co., retircomic strip, "Snub, The Diary ing nine years ago because of ill of Our Dog," for the 'Christian health. Science Monitor. Besides his parents, of Dalton, - Mr. Rodgers was a member he leaves his wife, the former of the First Church of Christ, Beverly Kosche, with whom he Scientist, of Pompano Beach, observed their 20th wedding an-Fla. He wag also a member of niversary March 1; a son, Ron-the Florida Watercolor Society, aid D. Pheins of Shaftsbtrv. the Real Estate Board and the Vt. two daughters, Mrs. Connie Rotary Club of Pompano Beach. Lakouche and Miss Gail L. Jar-He had made his winter home rett, both of Pittsfield; a broth-in Pompano Beach for 25 years er,. Leo R:- Jarrett Jr..of Pitts in Pompano Beach for 25 years er, Leo R: Jarrett Jr. of Pitts-until moving to Boca Raton ' field, and three grandchildren. three years ago. , Services will be at the Well,. He leaves a daughter, Miss ington Funeral Home Monday Susan Rodgers of New York morning at .11 with the Rev. City; a son, Michael D. Rodgers Gordon H. Hold, pastor of of Chicago, Ill., and two grand- Zion's Evangelical Lutheran children. , Church, officiating. Burial will Funeral services will be Sun- be in Pittsfield Cemetery: Call; day afternoon at 2 at the R. Jay ing hours at the funeral lieme Kraeer Boca Raton Funeral will be this evening from 7 to 9 Home. Cremation will follow. and tomorrow from 2 to 4 and 7 City egg hunt Is canceled for this year For the fourth time in 26 years the annual Easter egg hunt has been canceled by the Department of Parks and Recreation. - The event had been postponed to tomorrow from last Sunday because of bad weather. But the Park Department found that the playing fields behind North Junior High the scheduled site were still wet. At the same time there remains toot' much frost below ground to allow the driving of the necessary posts for the snowfencing used for the pens in which the hunts take place. In addition, the weather forecast calls for rain, which would add to already wet and muddy conditions. The plastic eggs filled vAth jelly beans that were prepared for the hunt will be emptied out and the eggs saved until next , year. The jelly beans vAll be distributed to organizations 'within the city. The last time the hunt was cancelled was in 1975. Roy Kennedy to speak at banquet , Roy R. Kennedy, fontler ecutive director of the. Berkshire Rills Conference and now member of the guest services committee of the organization preparing for the 1980 Winter Olympic names in Lake Placid, N.Y., will be guest speaker at the annual banquet of the Winter Sports Committee. , The banquet will be April at the Polish Falcon Club. It closes out the Winter Carnival season directed by the Pittsfield Winter : Sports Committee of the De, partment of Parks and Recrea: bon. : Reservation deadline for the t banquet is Monday, and reser; Vations may be made by calling : Mrs. Carl E. Peaslee at the v Park Department office or at : her 116 Shore Drive home after : office hours. Lottery numbers Conn. number HARTFORD, Conn. all'D The winning number drawn Friday in the Connecticut State Lottery was 875. S Jandreau, Leo E. Jarrett, Robed L. Rodgers, Richard H. Services will be at the Wellington Funeral Home Monday morning at .11 with the Rev. Gordon H. Hold, pastor of , Zion's Evangelical Lutheran Church, officiating. Burial will be in Pittsfield Cemetery.' Call; ing hours at the funeral litime will be this evening from 7 to 9 and tomorrow from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. Mrs. Anthony Nyltorduk The funeral of Mrs. Anastasia Kowchuk Nykorchuk will be this morning at 9:15 from the Dwyer Funeral Home, with a Divine Liturgy at St: John's Ukrainian Catholic Church at 10. The Rev. Theodore Hamanitzid, pastor, will celebrate the mass. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery, where Father Humanitzld will say prayers at the grave. Bearers will be James M. Ny- korchuk and Donald J. Drnytryshyn, both grandsons, and William R. Gavin, D. Craig Stone, Ralph A. Soldato and William.C. Lyon. ,,, - Brian D. Adams - Services for Brian D. Adams will be Monday morning at 11 at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, with the Rev. Andrew F. Wissemann, rector, officiating. Burial will be in the Maple Street Cemetery in Hinsdale at a later date. Calling hours at the Wellington Funeral Home will be tomorrow from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. Film on Bavaria planned at museum A color film and lecture by Howard and Lucia Meyers of Chicago, "Bavaria: The Magnificent World of the Mountain King," will be presented April 15 at 8 p.m. at the Berkshire Museum. The film tells the story of King Ludwig 11 of Bavaria, known as "Ludwig the Mad," his country and the castles he built during his late 1th century reign. One of them, Schloss Neuschwanstein, was the castle used as a model by Disney World. , a , The McCarthy era. Jandreau said in Pittsfield in 13, "is the new inquisition. rknow. I've been submitted to it." He told workers at a rally in frort of GE's main gate here that the test way for labor to protest was to vote for Henry Wallace, who that year was running for U.S. president as a candidate of the Progressive Party. "We can no longer vote the old party lines," he said. "The Republicans direct the union busting and the Dermerats offer only empty promises." In 1954, however, Jandreau pulled Local 301 out of the L'E and joined it to the WE. An article in the November 14 issue of "Sign," a national Catholic magazine, attributed Jandreau's switch to the eforts of a Catholic priest, the Rev. Joseph La-manna of Mount Carmel Church in Schenectady. 'According to the article, Father Lamanna spent eight years trying to persuade rank-and-file UE leaders to leave the union. He approached Jandreau in July 1953. "Within amonth," the article said, "Leo Jandreau began thinking in terms of treaking off from Communist association. Whether this was due principally to his chats with Father Lamar or equally to a change of heart on the part of the fiery Commie leader, Ruth Young, to whom he was married, need not be diagnosed at the moment." Whatever the cause, Jandreau in June 1954 led his members out of the UE and into the WE. Jandreau became a member of the IUE's GE negotiating committee but in 1960 was dumped from it for supporting an ME strike against GE less enthusiastically than union lead- ers wished.. The Schenectady local didn't join the three-week-long strike until it was a week old, then went back to work a week be Fourth suspect is charged with holdup of pharmacy A fourth suspect in the Feb. 16 holdup of the T.F. Flynn Pharmacy, in which a quantity of prescription drugs were stolen, was arrested last night and charged with three crimes in addition to armed robbery. Bruce D. Fi Ilio, 23, of 9150 Gulf Freeway, Houston, Texas, a former Pittsfield resident, was arrested at 03 p.m. on West Street in front of St. Mark's Church on a warrant for his arrest on the' anned robbery charge, according to Sgt. Walter M. Boyer. In searching Fillio's car, Parade 'group issues call for floats The Pittsfield Fourth of July Parade Committee is inviting groups to enter floats in the parade. Many are already making plans for floats, said Ronald L. Scace, the committee's recording secretary. Some vehicles have been committed for floats. Those interested can contact the committee by writing to Post Office Box 621, Pittsfield. Seed money from the mayor and City Council and from other sources has assured that the parade will be held, said Scace. Musical groups from as far away as Canada have expressed interest in participating, Scare added. The parade committee's officers, board of directors and committee heads are meeting Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Veterans of Foreign Wars hall on Linden Street Realty sales Rhea J. Paquin to Nelson A. Carter, house and lot on Kibbe Point Road, Otis. Southern Berkshire Farms Inc. to Kenneth E. and Karen L. Geiger. property on West Center Road. Otis. Southern Berkshire Farms Inc. to Ellen Switzer and others. property on West Center Road. Otis. Matthew J. and Sarah V. Brophy to Stanley P. Dudek Jr.. and Therese M. Dudek, house and lot on Eamon Avenue, Dalton. v!:71 '1L RACQUETS, CLOTHING St ACCESSORIES WILSON DAVIS HEAD DUNLOP DAVIS SEAMCO YAMAHA I PRINCE Men's, Ladies' & Jr.'s TENNIS Professional Restringing & Regripping it North at Summer St. Downtown Pittsfield ki &Silo It-ShoP 6 1 E , AbotA 1954 Leo E. Jandreau - fore it ended. ILE President James B. Carey strongy criticized Jandreau and took him off the negotiating committee. He was returned to it in 1962, however, as the group prepared for a new round of contract Wks. "Jandreau,- with his vast experience, can contribute a great deal," explairwl John H. Callahan, a former Pittsfield ME business agent v.ho then was the GE Conference Board's chairman. Jandreau is survived by his wife, Ruth Youkelson Jandreau; four daughters, Mrs. Marion Peterson of Clifton Park, N.Y., Mrs. Karen Rose DonKonics of Narberth, Pa., Mrs. Karen Ann Simek of Louisville, Tenn., and Mrs. Rosanne Jandreau-Heil of Clifton Park; a sister, Mrs. Grace Horstmyer of Niska3rtma; and 10 grandchildren.. Funeral services will be private, and there will be no calling hours. But a memorial service will be conducted Wednes: day at 8 p.m. at Leo E. Jan-. dreau Hall, 121 Erie Blvd., Schenectady. The family has asked that flowers be omitted. Contributions in his memory may be made to the Jandreau Scholarship Fund, in care of IDE Local 301, 121 Erie Blvd., Schenectady, N.Y. 12305. Boyer said, police found ,a chrome-plated .38-caliber revolver and a hypodermic needle and syringe and charged him with carrying a firearm without a firearms identification card and illegal possession of a hypodermic needle and syringe. In addition, Fi llio was .charged with assault with a dangerous weapon in connection with a beating that took place in Lanesboro last June, police said. Fink) was expected to be arraigned on the four charges this morning in, Pittsfield District Court. The robbery at the 173 Elm St. pharmacy occurred shortly after 9 p.m., when a gunman entered the store and forced - four employees to lie down in a back room while he filled a cardboard box with drugs. On Feb. 18, police arrested Robert B. Johnston, 23, of Route M, Cummingrton, in connection with the robbery, and the following day arrested Chester J. Johnston, 20, of 202 Dewey,Ave. On Feb. 25, police arrested John L. Reynolds, 23, in connection with the robbery. The two John, stons, who police said are not related, and Reynolds were charged with armed robbery. Boyer said he was assisted in Fillio's arrest by detectives William H. Mason-and Richard W. Delphia. New hours at landfill start today Operating hours at the Pittsfield landfill will change effective today, city Public. Works Commissioner Gerald S. Doyle said Friday. The landfill will be open from 8 to noon Saturdays and from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mondays through Fridays, Doyle said. It will be closed on Sunday. Depending upon weather, Doyle said, the landfill may be open all day on the last two Saturdays in April and the first two in May. If the full-day schedule is put into effect, Doyle said, a statement announcing it will be issued. Jka avil-111,.Aa.,-04,41,,0,J0k 1 I UBlartc found guilty of attack Continued from Page 1 tractiction of the judge's orders was also improper. The Fagle referred to LeBlanc throughout the trial as a former Monroe inmate returned to prison currently for parole violation. LeBlanc eventually took the witness stand himself', however, and testified to having been at Walpole State Prison at one time and to having been on parole last September. Garabedian also said Flynn's practice of letting himself be interviewed on local radio news about who had testified during the trial was wrong. Garabedian said he felt Flynn's 20-year recommendation was "outrageous" and represented an attempt to penalize LeBlanc for- crimes he had not been convicted of. The defense lawyer said LeBlanc was sentenced to prison in 1974 for armed robbery and there was "nothing like this in his past record." But Judge Tamburello said in passing sentence that "this was a vicious crime" that "will live with her (Miss Mowe) the rest of her life." For the record, the jury also found LeBlanc guilty of assault and battery for trying to choke hES$ Mowe, but the judge filed that conviction without additional penalty. 60-day delay proposed by ATO committee befor considering rehiring for 2 jobs Veronica Ferry and Barbara Paquette, Action for Opportunity outreach workers facing possible loss of their jobs in a reorganization of the antipoverty agency, have won a grace period from the APO grievance committee. The committee's decision to allow a grace period, APO board president David MacPherson said, must still be approved by the full board of directors. They will vote on it at their Wednesday evening meet-it: He indicated that approval is ekpw,ted. MacPherson said the committee, made up of the executive committee of the board, will recommend Wednesday that both women be retained in their present jobs for 60 days so the new executive dkrector of the agency can evaluate their performance. In the area hospitals Berkshire Medical Center Jennifer Foley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Foley, 10 Wilson St. John A. Brancazzu Jr., son of Mrs. Joan Hebler, 8 Cherry St., Lenox. Jayson Barbarotta, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Barbarotta, 22 Club Circle. ..I. Dickson Roots, 69 Fairfield St. Ezio Fruet, 820 East St Mrs. Robert McUlgan, 965 Holmes Road. Elizabeth Trabulsi, daugiter Df Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Tabulsi, 185 High St. Adam E. Marauszwski, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis' Marauszwski, 18 Pine St. Mrs. Dominick Lovallo, 18 Juleann Drive, Lanesboro. Hillcrest Hospital Mrs. Leonard Blake, 9 Leslie Ave. Mrs. Mildred Beasley, Lake Onota Village. Pardon our renovation. We're still here and doing business as usual SQUAW PEAK TRAVEL AGENCY Crane Aire- 4994780 954 Crane Ave. '.111' Now Iner.4- Nler He said applicants have responded to APO advertisements for an outreach worker and a secretary will be notified by letter that selection will be delayed 60 days. The two staff members, who have been fighting for the jobs they have held for as long as 11 years since they received termination notice in January, were Local school may switch th Dissident Pittsfield school custodians have mounted a challenge to the national union that has been bargaining agent here since 1973, and the challengers have won an April 13 union election as a result. Ile challenging group is the Pittsfield Custodians Association, which represented the custodial workers here before 1973. Sources in the custodial ranks said 56 of the 94 employees signed election authorization cards in January, substantially more than the 30 percent ,r e - (wired under labor law. The election will be at West Side Community School from 2 to 5 p.m. on April 13, a Friday. The School Department's director of services, Charles R. Bordeau, said Friday that the state Labor Relations Cormnission notified him of the election after conducting a hearing in Boston March 20. There are 94 employees 91 building custodians and three School Department bus drivers who are eligible to vote, he said. Discontent svith representation by the present union, the National Association of Government Employees (NAGE), is said to be the main reason for the challenge. Several persons contacted said 'feeling has grown that Mildred rillage Beasley, Lake Prospects - for Boston TV Fairview Hospital Mary Black ledge, Route 23, Otis. Beatrice Btmce, Allendale Road, Canaan, Conn. Walter A. Streeter, Keyes Hill Road, Sheffield. - Carol A. Raabe, Black Grocery Road, Hillsdale, N.Y. Crosby chess tourney winners announced Eddie Astore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Astore of 299 Francis Ave., is the winner of the , first double-elimination chess tournament sponwred by Room 109A at Crosby Junior High School. Instructor Bertrand L'Homme said Astore won 12 of 14 games to place first. Second place went to Tom McCarthy of 127 Circular Ave. and third place to George Bliss of 1312 Seymour St. Leblanc was found not guilty or attempted murder by stabbing and by strangulation, armed assault with intent to commit murder and attempted rape. While arguing Thursday bebre the jury that his client was not in Miss Mowe's 55 Olds St. house at all hen she was hurt, Garabedian also emphasized that of the 24 stab wards she suffered, few were severe and that there was insufficient evidence of a sexual axt.ault to support the allegation of a rape attempt. Miss Mowe had identified LeBlanc as the man who attacked her the evening of Sept. 24 when she rettrned hone from work at a Williamstown flower shop. - There was evidence that she identified him shortly after the attack by his nickname "Showboat" and as 93 meone "from the store." He had been a customer there on several occasions. She also testified she later picked his picture out of a police photo lineup. Flynn dwelt at length on evidence that LeBlanc had fled his North Adams home at 124 Brooldyn St. early Sept. 25, even though he knew the police were looking for him there. He was captured in Worcester aunty the next day in a vacant house in erting formerly rffited by his brother. LeBlanc admitted fleeing North Adams 'encouraging' City Council President Angelo C. Stracuzzi says he is "encouraged" by Warner Cable's response to his quest for a Boston channel on the TV cable here. "We're looking into the possibility of getting a Bostai channel, Warner manager John Guachione said following a meeting with the council leader. "But it's still up in the air." Stracuzzi has said that he feels Pittsfield is shut off from Boston news telecasts on -cable TV, while getting news programs from New York and Connecticut. With the upcoming shutdown of Channel 32, vhich brings Bruins hockey and Red Sox baseball to Pittsfield, Stracuzzi said it is going to be increasingly important to Pittsfield viewers to get a Boston channel. ..., .11),..1111-hlbh,"4, ilkiO40.L.,",...0000,414444"1, 4,6,41.0 mg The Berkshire Eag!e. Saturday. April 1. 1978 13 given a hearing on their gnevance Wednesday night. They argued that the board had been unfair in redefining and readvertising their jobs and telling them they could join the pool of applicants for the positions. This action had been taken at the behest of Berkshire Community Action Council, the tunbrella agency which distributes twits. This action had been take the behest of Berkshire Cor nity Action Council, the brella agency which distril custodians Leir union there have been few 'benefits from membership in NAGE. In periodic contract negotiations with the School Committee, "we've quite often ended up doing the negotiating ourselves," said one who did not want to be named. The closest NAGE representative is in Ludlow. NAGE won bargaining rights here in an election on Jan. 15, 1973, polling 76 votes out of 86 cast. The Pittsfield Custodians Association held bargaining, rights for the six previous years. It was the first time city school custodians had joined a national union. Custodians wtio vote April 13 will have three choices, the association, NAGE or no union. The election will be supervised by the Labor Relations Commission. LINOLEUM FLOORS 399 t 891 o open 8 to 5 but maintained he was more ccncemed about being accused of a possible parole violation for otl-er reasons than the accusation of having attacked Ntiss Mcrae. The prosecuiion also had offered as evidence some of LeBlanc's clothing vith-- human bloodstains on theme although no one was ever able to explain how a pair of blue jeans and a lweatshirt with blnod on them were found in his apartment at 9 p.m. on Sept. 25 when a police search of the place at 8 a.m.- failed to discover therm The jurors who returned the verdicts after the seven-day trial were kreman Thomas J. Ditello .of 44 Shore Drive, Arthur E. Brassard of 385 Elm St., David Cohen of 34 Holmes Road, James D. McKeever of kt Williamsburg Terrace and Deborah A. Wehry of 31 Hopewell - Drive, all of Pittsfield, as well as Dolores E. Coons of 1267 Wilmes Road and Herbert J. Pirzl Jr. of 12 Holmeswood Terrace, both of Lenox, and Sherman P. .Hall of Larrywaug, Stockbridge; Ellen Young of Brooker Hill Road, Becket. - Zoa M. Laska of Cottage Street, Housatonic; Gladys DiMario of 112 Center Si, Lee, and Robert E. Hamm of 16 Broadview Terrace, Dalton. Alternate jurors were Anne M. Milne: of 10 Fairview Ave., Lenox, and Edward Turgeon of Cummings Avenue, Williamstown. Truckload Sale! NOWAX INLAID VINYL Our EMBEIMElii, federal funds to three "delegate agencies" in north, central and south Berkshire, including AFC). BCAC is AFO's sole means of financial support. BCAC conducted an evaluation of AFO and recommended that new job descriptions be written for all three staff positions that of executive director, as well as the two outreach workers and applicants be sought. AFO agreed. But the agency vigorously denied that this was tantamount to an agreement to fire its staff, pointing out that the women who had held the jobs also could apply. The first job put on the market, in accordance with the timetable set. in the evaluation report, was that of executive director. Roberta Heath, former director of community programs for the Red Cross, got the job. Shet was invited to help draw up new job descriptions for the staff, and ads were placed. But during this time friends of Mrs. Ferry and Mrs. Paquette lobbied on their behalf. Their visible activities included a spate of letters-to-the-editor and presence outside MD headquarters wAiile the grievance hearing was in process. , If the board approves the grievance committee decision, it will toss the now prickly question of Mrs. Ferry's and Mrs. Paquette's future to Mrs. Heath.- "Beti41 VaLia be Bea4d HmAa!' 10 Lyman St. Corner East St. Lyman St. THURS. T1L 9 443-6224 Freezer Special WHOLE SIRLOIN ROASTS 10 to 14 lb. avg No Extra Charge For Cutting into Roasts, Steaks, etc. Wellington Inc. FUNERAL SERVICE (220 EAST ST. . est. 1892 DONALD A. LEONARD BRUCE IL GRUNOW TEL. 445-4064 Bartlett-Wellington, Inc. '525 Wain Si., Dalton member National Selected Morticians Since 1922 1 dr -'--- - , V W I OW Milo , 0 SIRLOIN - -,, i ... :-,,-------,,,,-43 ::f 10 to 14 lb. avg. ...- -,1-2,- -..-- , .. 3&. .,,i of :r ei 59 1 , m:-. - mu. . 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