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  Volume 4, number 39                                                                   Southington, Connectict•t, August 23, 1979                   18 pages, one section                              newsstand price 15'

Bradley Hospital:
the empty beds
by Steve Pasto                                  time
staff writer                                       According to a recent planning study
                                                commissioned by Bradley, the hospital had
   SOUTHINGTON -- Heavily endowed,              a staffed occupancy rate of 58.8 percent m
rated by its resident physicians as "very        1978, down 8.1 percent from a 66 9 percent
good" to "excellent" in most areas, housed      occupancy rate in 1976
in a large facility set near the center of a       For the sake of comparison, the study
large and growing township, Bradley             found that when averaged together, New
Memorial Hospital seems an institution to       Britain, Bristol, Meriden, and Bradley
be envied                                       Memorial hoswtals had a combined staffed
   So why, alone among all the hospitals in     occupancy rate of 80 8 percent during 1978,
the region, does Bradley Memorial find          down only 1.3 percent from 82 1 percent
itself unable to fill even half the beds for    during 1976.
which it is hcensed •                              The second lowest place m the occupancy
   According to Joe Marlow, a staff member      sweepstakes went to Bristol But Bmstol
at the Health Systems Agency of Northern        had a far higher occupancy rate, of 78 7
and Central Connecticut, Bradley Memorial       percent during 1978.
filled only 47.3 percent of its licensed beds      Furthermore, the study concluded that
during 1978.                                    Bradley Memorial "had an extremely lob
   "Licensed beds" are the maximum              market      penetrahon especially
number of beds a hospital has been ap-          Southmgtoa where it would logtcally have
proved to hold by •e governmental
regulators empowered to determine such
                                                been expected to draw m excess of 75
                                                percent of the pat|ents "
                                                                                                  blackboard batallion
things. "Staffed beds" are the number of                                                          Southington teachers march on the Board of Education o•er       lunch-hour lesson preparation period. Stories and photo•.
beds actually m a hospital at any given                                                           contract dispute last Thursda.•. With two •eeks before the      page three.
                                                                          continued on page 5 )   start of school, the main issue remaining in dispute is a

   'He was small but mighty'                                                                      An encounter with the Godhead
     by Steve Pasto               spectacles, Dr. Thomas           room still retain the          b) Ke,,inFole@'                 slight Ne•, England or          drums, the Knshna way of returned wtth the n,•
     staff writer                 Dudak could be the              omglnal 1810 rough              for The Observer                Boston accent Not a very        meditating and praising famflmr"Yoo-hoo.
                                  model for the die from           paneling The foot-w•de                                         good salesperson Not at ail     Lord Krsna, south of the    "I have a book for you ,•
      SOUTHINGTON --              which the country                floorboards are stall of          SOUTHINGTON - Seven authorttahve                             border                    a really good book," she ,,aid
    Brown eyes twinkling          doctor was cast.                 the original oak                am A Southington truck            The magaztne •a•               The woman had disap-
    behind gold wire-rim            The walls of his living          Seated tn a red               stop JUSt off 1-84 Hazy, hot something called "Back to         peared, but seconds later          ( continued 011page
                                                                   upholstered      chair,         and humid. Depressing           Godhead " Under the name,
                                                                • surro•odecl by ceramic-             A dingy grayish sits off to in much,smaller- pnnt, was
                                                                   beer ste•ns and other           one side of,the parking lot     the answer "The magazine
                                                                  assorted bric-a-brac.            Diesel fumes and metallic of the Hare Krishna
                                                                  Dudak combines the               noises fill the air as two movement " Funny. she
                                                                  kindly w•sdom of a              women step down from the didn't look hke a Hare
                                                                  protagomst in a Norman          battered vehicle         They Krmhna No san or shaved
                                                                  Rockwell painting w•th          wander around for a few head No drum or loud
                                                                  the substanhveness of a         minutes,       pointing   and chanting Just a paw of
                                                                  premsely etched Currier         chatting The.• start to move cracked frames around
                                                                  and Ives pnnt                   towards the stop's restaurant tinted glasses, tousled red
                                                                     A      native       of       and•ashrooms, undoubtedly haw, a full bell.,,, and a
                                                                  Southmgton, Dudak has           to x•ash away more than a preoccupied manner She
                                                                  been a general prac-            few davs on the open road       said nothing
                                                                  tmoner - or famll.,,               There is something about        The magazine x•a• rather
                                                                  phymoan, as they're             places like truck stops on engaging, however             The
                                                                  now called -- •n                mlserablesummermormngs cover depicted "'Mother
                                                                  Southmgton for the past         that leaves an empty feeling Yasoda"         symbolically
                                                                  45 years He dehvered            lnthepitofyourstomach           blnd:ng her love to a little
                                                                  one of the nurses who              It's a funny sensahon, kind character called Lord Krsna.
                                                                  works for h•m He also           of llkebelnganorphan            the child form of the
                                                                  delivered her children             "Yoo-hoo." the h•gh pit- Supreme Personaht• of
                                                                     Hm rehrement Sept            ched voice from behind Godhead. "The control'ler of
                                                                  1, along with the               called      "Yoo-hoo I have the         entire     cosmic
                                                                  retirement of long-time         something for you "             mamfestahon "
                                                                  fellow practihoner Dr              It •as one of the washed-       A pretty weight) title tot
                                                                  George Gura Aug 1,              out looking •omen from the such a troy tyke Inside the
                                                                  helps mark the end of an        gray van •lth Pennsylvania periodical therewere several
                                                                  era                             plates She was wearing one articles that deserved at
                                                                     Dudak's mannerisms           of those faded gingham least a little attentmn, at-
                                                                  as he speaks remforces          things and wawng what tlcles like "Today's Sclen-
                                                                  the country doctor              looked like an art magazine trots, Making Life or Taking
                                                                  impression Pencil and           of some kind She was also Life," "Just Hear Me". a
                                                                  notebook make h•m               very pregnant                   bmgraphy of Satsvarupa
                                                                  nervous -- whenever                "I have something for you Dasa GoswamL "'the Pure
                                                                  former meets latter, he         to read " her tone was Devotee" of Krlshna. and
                                                                  freezes, though whether         distant but frmndly Jesus sQjnethmg called "The
                                                                                                  freak • Born again Chrishan • $hnkwtaneros of Mexico",
   Dr. Thomas Dudak                                                  t continued on page          Jehovah's Witness? Up close about the groups of Knshna
                                                                                                  she was attractive with a faithful who chant and beat

Lori addition stymied again                                                                                                                                       Afternoon delight
learning from the state
                                 During the public hear|ng
                                                                 downtown area than allowed
                                                                 under existing regulations,
                                                                                                    this weekend                                                                                            /
                                                                                                                                                                  For those who rose at a more reasonable hour, th•s is
                                                                                                                                                                  the hrst weekend of reduced prices for regular Mc-
Department        of   En-     which preceded the meeting,       but all of them wall be                                                                          Donaldburgers up on Queen Street Is Ronald out t•
vironmental Protectmn that     Samuel Pine said the zoning       adults "                           Call any vegetable                                            Whip lnflatmn Now • Story, page 18
traces of chemical con-        change would promote a              Pine said the DPC has
tamination have been found     "revitalization,       not   a    "identified a small market                                                                       Both sides now
behind the site of Lori        rebuilding" of the downtown       for retail and office space        The Southington Farmers' Market x•lll present                 Where wdl you get the gas for all this weekending •
Engineering on Old Turnpike    area. Pine is the planning        downtown, but a large need         traditional array of fresh nahve foodstuffs, as well as       Most anywhere Area pumpmen seem to be checking
Road, the Planning and         consultant hired by the DPC       for apartments, espec|ally         home-canned jan•s and jellies, Saturday from 8 a m            hcense plates about as often as they're selling 35-cent
Zoning Comm•smon again         to help it create a long-range    small apartments."                 to 1.p m. m the Mare Street parking lot between the           gasohne, and the state's attorney's office just lay low
delayed actmn Tuesday on a     revitalization program.             Pine said that any con-          F•rst Congregational Church and DePaolo's Gift                and don't say nothm' Story, page two
Lori request for permission      Pine said the requested         struction would take place in      Shoppe Residents with stuff to sell are welcome, to
to build an addRion on the     zoning changes are only part      "a     free   market       at-     haulit out There's no charge for space, bat you ve
  During its meeting, the
                               of a broader program. He
                               emphasized that the areas to
                                                                 mosphere," and would, in-
                                                                 volve no increase in the town
                                                                                                    got to bring your own setup.
                                                                                                                                                                  also inside
PZC also tabled a zoning       be affected are already           tax rate. He stud the apart-                                                                     Ctassffmds            I?       Letters             7
change requested by the        zoned for apartments, but at      ments would         provide        Saturday in the park
                               a low'er density. Since only      "captive consumers" for                                                                          Deaths                 4       Library notes       8
Downtown Planning Com-
mitte which would allow the    one-bedroom and efficiency        downtown businessmen.              and Sunday too,, the Southlngton Southern Athletic            Editorial       ..... 6        Next week .....     8
construction of 62 one-        apartments would be allowed         The chemicals found at the.      Association baseball tourney semi-final and hnal              Family liwng ...... 8-10       Outdoor scene ...  12
bedroom apartments in the      under the zoning change,          Lori site are the same as          games are slated at Rec Park. Saturday's game is at           House tour ....... 10          Sports ....... I 1-15
downtown area. The PZC         however, Pine said there          those believed to have             4 p m., Sunday's at 1 p.m'. If a final game is needed,        In the military .... I0        Sportscope.....    11
tabled the request because     would actually be "less           contaminated old town Well         play will commence again Sunday at 4 p m                      Legal notices         16       Walk-a-thon •       8
some of its members were       people residing in the            No. 5                                                                                            Legion baseball .... 14        Weddings. ..        9
                                                                                                                                                                                                          The Observer, Thursday, August 23, 1979

                                                                                                                                                         Odd? Even'.' Forget it
                                                                                                                                                         by Steve Paste                        "Oh, what the hell," he                      Gov. Ella Grasso has said she
                                                                                                                                                         staff writer                         decided. "Why not?"                        has no immediate plans to lift
                                                                                                                                                                                                  "I dunno, let me ask,"                 the odd-even order. A press
                                                                                                                                                           SOUTHINGTON -- If you've            another attendant said. Muffled           aide said the governor wants to
                                                                                                                                                        been delaying that tong-               voices came through the                    "at least get through Labor
                                                                                                                                                        awaited sojourn to anywhere            receiver. "He's blind," the                Day before she sits down and
                                                                                                                                                        because of the even-odd gas           attendant announced happily.               considers lifting it."
                                                                                                                                                        rationing system, don't blame          "The guy pumping gas is blind.               He said the governor is
                                                                                                                                                        Southington's service stations.        He can't se •othin'."                     concerned about an increase in
                                                                                                                                                          Nine out of 16 attendants               "Is it even or odd today?" an          traffic,      continued       low
                                                                                                                                                        phoned last Friday said they           Amoco attendant asked. When               allecatious, and a flood of gas-
                                                                                                                                                        would be willing to sell gas to a     told, he agreed to let us buy gas          guzzl'.m• New York people
                                                                                                                                                        car with even-numbered plates,        anyway.                                    assaulting stations in the
                                                                                                                                                        even though it was an odd day.            Of the seven stations which            southern part of the state if the
                                                                                                                                                          The stations were called in         refused over the phone to sell             restrictions are lifted.
                                                                                                                                                        alphabetical order from a             gas illegally, one said it was                The chief state's attorney's
                                                                                                                                                        starting paint picked at random       closing mr e day and another               office, however, has expressed
                                                                                                                                                        in the appropriate section of the     said it was out ( f gas. "If I had         little interest in going after
                                                                                                                                                        yellow pages. A member of the         some, you c, ml t have it," the            violators. "I don't want a lot of
                                                                                                                                                        Observer staff, devoted to the        manager of the station which               arrests," Austin J. McGulgan,
                                                                                                                                                        cause of truth and justice,           had run out told us.                       chief state's attorney, has said.
                                                                                           SAVE GAS;                                                    actually went out and pur-
                                                                                                                                                        chased gas at one of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Only one attendant was in-
                                                                                                                                                                                              dignant at being asked. "It's
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            To what extent such con-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         flicting sentiments by state
                                                                                                                                                        stat|ons There were no pro-           illegal• The law is the law.               authorities have influenced
                                                                                                                                                        blems                                 Sorry," he said firmly, and                Southington's        station at-
                                                                                                                                                           "'Who is this?" one attendant      hung up.                                   tendants is hard to say. But ff
                                                                                                                                                        at an independent station                 A Gulf dealer who refUsed,             the day after Labor Day be the
                                                                                                                                                        demanded suspiciously when            suggested a self-service station           day on which the even-odd
                                                                                                                                                        called, alerted perhaps by the        down the street. Another Gulf              system is to be abolished, then
                                                                                                                                                        clack of typewriters in the           dealer who refused said he                 some of Southington seems to
                                                                                                                                                        background. We told him.              hoped the restrictions wo•fld be           be celebrating the holiday early
                                                                                                                                                          He hesitated, still suspic•ous      removed "after Labor Day."                 this year.

  GOP waives central headquarter                                                                                                                          Local man to head NU district office
    SOUTHINGTON --                          Council District A will                    hear that they're run-           sham "
 The Republican Party                       be m the garage of Town                    rang scared.'"                      "Twenty-one thousa-                CHESHIRE -- James J                 Clynes of
 will have no central                       Council member An-                           State Rep        Gene          nd state employees                  Southmgton has b,een appointed manager of
 headquarters for this                      thony Pizz•tola, at 350                    M•gharo of Wolcott               make less than $9,00•.              Northeast Ut]hties Merlden-Bristol D|strict,
 year's elections, ac-                      Dunl•am Road         The                   agreed      that     the         and I don't think anyone            Anthony E Wallace, e•ecutive vice president
 cording to Chairwoman                      headquarters          for                  Repubhcan apathy of              m th|s room could live              for Regmnal Adm]mstration. has announced.
 Margaret Kennedy                           District B will be •n the                  recent years "•s gone."          on $9,000. g•ven the                  Clynes began his NU career in 1"947 as a
    Since most cam-                         basement of committee                      but warned the party             inflationary factor,"               meter reader with The Connecticut Light and
 paigning •s done by                        member John Carbone,                       faithful against corn-           Migharo told the 16                 Power Company m New Britain
 council d•stncts, a                        at 186 Savage St ,                         placency "You've got             comm|ttee members la                  Clynes will be based at the utility's Cheshire
 central headquarters                       Planlsv•lle - The                          to. run scared, run              the Town Hall cour-                Service Center •n Cheshire Industrial Park
 has     become       an                    headquarters          for                  hard," he sald                   troom (See "'legislative           He will be responsible for the company's
 anachronism, Kennedy                       District C will be at the                    Migliaro rose to ex-           report."pageT).                     bus•ness operations •n Menden. Cheshire,
 told the GOP town                          Aqua Turf Club. on                         plain his support of th=s          Kennedy announced                Southington. and Bristol
 committee      at    •ts                   Mulberry Street m                         year's state employee             tha.t Leonard Mar-                    A Un|ted Stated Navy Veteran of beth World
 monthly       meeting                      Plantswlle, where"God                     contracts,      drawing          cheselle will be this               War II and the Korean War, he attended the
 Monday.                                    wdhng, we will also                       smiles from the par-             year's       campaign               Internahonal School of Accounting Clynes
   "It ends up being                        have our victory party."                  t•san gather|ng ds he            coordinator, whde Edna              served as a member of Soutinngton's
 manned by the vice-                        Kennedy smd                               explmned how          the        Wood will be m charge               Representahve Town Government from 1964
 chairman, with no one                        Leonard Marcheselle                     Democrat=c            ad-        of publicity                        to 1967 and as a state representative from 1967
 there to help her." she                    predicted that "We're                     m•nistration L•, m his              But Francis Bergeron             to 1976
 said_                                      gonna       beXeJ,     th                 view, building hidden            turned down a request                  He is a member of the Southington Com-
   The party's campmgn                      Democrats this time                       surpluses into the state         to serve as finance                 mission on Aging and the Democratic Town
 he_a.dquar ters     for•_                  because off the record I                  budget                 by        chairman, and thee                  Committee, a        corporate director of the
                                                                                      overestimating such              committee also has no               Wheeler CLinic. and a director of Bradley
                                                                                      f|gures as the actual            absentee          ballot            Memorial Chmc and of the Southington
  Plantsville firm                                                                    number of state era-
                                                                                      ployees and the over-
                                                                                                                                       Kennedy             Savings Bank Actwe •n the American Legion
                                                                                                                                                           and the Kiwams Club m Southington, he
                                                                                                                                                           recewed the K•wams Man of the Year Award
  awarded contract
                                                                                      hme likely to be paid               Pizzitola volunteered
                                                                                      them                             to "come up w•th a                  •n 1971
                                                                                         Migharo called the            couple of names," to                  Clynes •s marned to the former Rhoda
                                                                                      figure-juggling "polit•-         take over the budget-               Leonard of New Britain They live at 31 Bir-
   DAYTON, OHIO -- A                        Defense Electromcs                                                                                             chcrest Drive. The couple has two children.
 $30,881  government                        Supply Center here It
                                                                                      cally shrewd" on the
                                                                                      part of Gov          Ella•
                                                                                                                       making process for the
                                                                                                                       campaign, a process                                                                      J•ames Clynes
 contract  has    been                      prowdes    for    the                     Grasso,      but    also         which          Kennedy
 awarded Gould, Inc., of                    manufacture of 1.076                      characterized it as "a           character|zed as being
 Plantsville,             by       the      armaturelelays.                                                            "threemonthsbehmd"•ooo.,         Lori Corp. names sales assistant
                                                  ----•----•                     ]       i•i!!e•i!'e"•
                                                                                       The Ob.•erter      ,            resumed ofthe cha,r-
                                                                                                                       manshlp     the town            SOUTHINGTON --                •ew J. Meade,              Nor•w•t, Midw•t•d               the far w•tern s•t• of
                                                                                        •u•,,•.e *•e=,• .,o•           c•mltt•, u•n the              Famlhar to many in •e         vice pr•ident for sal•       New En•and duringhis            Washington, Oregon,

        II'sYOUR Money
       by Robe•A. Kane

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                                                                                                                         The Repubhcans. who
                                                                                                                       are    outnumbered
                                                                                                                       almost •o-to•ne by
                                                                                                                                                     hardware and lock
                                                                                                                                                     }ndustry, Joseph P•hiel
                                                                                                                                                     onngs over 25 y• of
                                                                                                                                                     serwce to assume the
                                                                                                                                                     responsiblhtles of a
                                                                                                                                                                                   & marketing of •e Old
                                                                                                                                                                                   T•pike R•d firm, in
                                                                                                                                                                                   announcing the ap-
                                                                                                                                                                                   pointment, sa•d •at
                                                                                                                                                                                   finding a qualified
                                                                                                                                                                                   person for •e job had
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Cab•et •k Di•sion of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                would be extremely
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  P•iel grew up in the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                idaho and Montana
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                while se•ing a variety
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                of acco• • •e 1•
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                wi• •o c•l•en and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                liv• at 157 Hom•t•d
                                                                                          s•:•,,ot,o,     ,e•e•        reg•ster•Dem•ra•in            newly crated •sition          required a lengt•,y          Hardware City of New            St inManch•ter.
                                                                                          • o.•e•,s50o •,,             the town, have about          at •r• Cor•rabon as           search, and Pihiels          B• and acquir•
                                                                                          •om,s saso Ou• o•            $•intheba•.                   Assistant       Sales         knowledge and dep• of        much of his sales
                                                                                          ro.n o0• y•, s•Out s,,
                                                                                          months S4 •
                                                                                                          s0 el                            • A
                                                                                                                                                     Manager                       ex•rience gain• •n •e        training in •icago and

.,I          . ,,e ov                                                            .I                                '                       - A cc. dent t .es up trar¢: c on 1-84
I Where do you flt ln?                                                           i                                                                    SOUTHINGTON         -- up traffic on Intem•te             Waltdr D. M•ks, of              Hartford Troop H,
I The median family income In the U.S in 19• (later flgu•s l                                                                                )       An    early     morning 84        here Monday,              Garden Grove, Calif.            M•ks was •avell•g
i am not yet •mplete) was '16,009. In the subu•s, the I                               I    •                                                    i   tractor trailer accident according to state                 was      arrested  for          faster than the•t•
I med•ng•suptO•,110;•ntral¢itymodlanls=14'6•;In                                                                        •                            r•ult• in minor in- police                                  s•g on exit ramp                mph s• limit and
                                                                                                                                                    juries      to    three                                     27 off of•st•und •.             was unable to negotiate
I non-mo,ro•lltana•asii's'13.789.                                                I I •• Master                                                  I   Califorma men ann t,ed     •enty•i•t y•r old                  He        and    his          •e c•e on •e •it
,' b•¢kets"-the,op2Opercentbylamilym¢ome,"upper,,
      suppositions a• no longer valid In the                                          I    k      ••"                                                                                                           passengers,      Roger          ra.•p.,

• over'•,•-- nea• a qua•er of the principal wage camera •                                                                                                •                                                      Grin. 21, of Coro•,                   The •uck went over
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[ hold am In this breaker too. (Across the boa•, by the end of I
                                                                                                                                                                                                           nI   •lif., were brought by          bankment,      Trooper"
m sed°uslyen°ught°bellstedasunempl°yed)                                          m                                     •                            I ,•_•.•• " ri•¢UiI•I
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                Soum•gton ambiance
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Kolowski said,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  "The accident •-
m under =7.•3. Of this group, •.5 percent of the heads of m
      The bott• fifth includes those families with incomes 1                                                                                                                                                    H•pi•l, where •ey
                                                                                                                                                                                                                were •t• for minor
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                c• at 8:• a.m. and
m handholds did not wo•. However, this •*ego• Includes m                                                                                            mm
                                                                                                                                                    m "       •=.• • .•
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                                                                                                                                                                           m ,_•_•q=?)p?ats Imm
                                                                                                                                                                                  ...                           scra• and b•is. and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Waffic was ti• up for a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                short time • •e men
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                we•• to •e
m many retired people on s•lal security and pensions, many I
m young •ople. many family heads without a high school i
m eduction, and yew many women with chlld•n but no m
                                                                                                                                                    m              •       ••                                     Accor•ng to a re•rt
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                h•pi•l," he said
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ,,             •
I husbandath•..                                            I                          l   T•••%•:•                                              !   m              ••,.•::•.:,•:•r ,                            by s•te •hce •r                      We re.losed the
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The Observer, Thursday, August 23, 1979'                                                                                                                                                                                           news

School board says they'v, compromised enough
by Ellen Lucas                        The teachers are
family living editor               asking for a duty-free
                                   noon period equivalent
   SOUTHINGTON --                  to the students' lunch
 Despite warmngs by the            and noon play period, or
 Southington Education             approximately one
Association           that         hour.
 teachers will strike if              Teachers now are
 their contract demands            given one half hour each
 are not met, the Board            day for their own lunch
of Education has an-               For the remaining half
 nounced it wfll make no           hour, they alternate
further concessions.               cafeteria           and
   In a two-hour press             playground duty. The
 conference Tuesday                SEA is asking that aides
mght at school board               and monitors be hired to
 headquarters            on        handle the noon respon-
 Beecher Street, Board             sibilities, a concession
Chairman Mary Morelh               that board members
•nslsted that "'both sides         eshmate would cost
must remain flexible,"             the town an ad-
and urged media sup-               ditional $100,000 per
port for what board                year.
members        consider              Castagna detailed a
 "reasonable           a.nd        study made by the           taking it to the streets
eqmtable"        contract          Board of Education's        Southington teachers march on the Board of Education last week. At issue is
terms                              noon preparation com-       a one-hour lesson preparation period.
   Already agreed to in            mittee which indicated
recent      negotiation            that surrounding towns      SEA has indicated they nelly. "We have more          previous contract which
sessions is a seven                already using monitors      wlllonly slgna one-year important things to do "     states that the 1976-79
percent pay increase for           for lunch and recess        contract, despite the       When asked if a stroke   contract will remain m
all       Southington              duties are less than        fact that the board seemed           inevitable,     effect until a new
teachers, Morelh said.             enchanted with the          wants a contract for at board        members         contract is agreed upon
   However, as Assistant           results                     least two years, and maintained the two              and signed by both
Superintendent          Dr           According           to    preferably three If a sides •hould be able to        sides
Joseph        Castagna             Castagna, the principals    one-year contract ts reach an agreement,                "'We     wilt     not
pointed out, the seven             interviewed cited "lack     signed, negohatmns for and contended any such        negottate," she an-
percent       will       be        of respect" as the          the next school year wtll actton - by teachers       nounced to the press,
calculated from the                primary reason for the      have to begin again tn would be in direct            "out of fear ofa strtke"
entire teachers' salary            dismal results "It's a      September "We don't confhctwlthstatelaw              The rest of the board
budget and distributed             real nightmare," said       want to be full-time        "Furthermore," ar-       seemed to agree
on a shdtng wage scale             one "We are plagued by      negottators/' said board gued Connolly. "there is
yet to be devised The              discipline problems "       member Kathy Con a successor clause to the
sum will amount to an                As of January, 1978.
additional $440,000                the board has ap-
   The issue of dental
insurance coverage also
figures tn the drawn-out
                                    propriated          per But the teachers say they mean business
                                    year for the purpose of
                                    hiring     substitute
contract dispute SEA                teachers for physical         SOUTHINGTON -        watch                        classrooms tf their            through the hardshtps            sent to jail, according to       developed •n Shelton
members now receive                 education, art and         The colors were bright    The teachers were          bottom line contract           together ""                      a spokesman for the              t19761 Norwalk t19781.
perscrlptton          drug          music classes, so that     and cheery-blue and - anything but smdmg as          requests were not met            During the past five           schoolboard there                New Haven 11975•, and
ellgtbtht), but are                 regular     classroom      yellow cardboard stgns they carried their signs        "We are having a             years Connecttcut has              "The Board of                  Waterbury • 1977 •
asking that they be                 teachers can be assured    fluttering in the early up Beecher Street to the     mass meeting at the            experienced         ftve         Education       did    ab-         "There is no one fine
given a dental rider as             of at     least   three    eventngbreeze           Board of Education,          state armory on Sept 4         teacher strtkes, x•tth           solutely nothing and it          set    for     striking
well    Castagna coun-              preparation     periods       Throngs of peol•le protesting the delays in       •ff•d"•enwe•llldtscuss         some     resultmg      m         x•as left to the last            teachers, `• according to
tered charges that other            per week In addition,      lined the streets ano a negotiations between         not returning to class."       teachers jaded and               minute The children               Norman DeLlsle of the
town employees receive              the elementary school      festive feeling flowed the       Southtngton         Demerssald                     fined, according to the          suffered - they had to           Connecticut Education
both insurance plans,               day was shortened last     through the air         Educahon Association           "A     strike   would        whim of the presiding             make up the time                 Association tCEA•
stattng     that      other         year by 15 minutes for        A carnival perhaps" I SEA• and the Board of       certainly create more          judge                             because school didn't            public       relattons
employees had chosen                the same purpos.e,         era parade •            Education                    solidarity among all the          Bridgeport, 1978, saw          open until Sept 25.- the         department
the dental rider ifflie• •f        'Castagnasaid.                 Both wrong -- it was   In a press conference,     teachers."      Demers         several       hundred             spokesmansald
the drug cJause. 'The                 The stalemate lid[:-     the first time teachers prior to the rally and       shtd, "as we all went          teachers arrested and               Similar      sttuahons
board has'already                   ween teachers and the      had ever marched in pinker, SEA President
feted teachers the                  Board may be resolved      Southlngton. and when Don Demers told news
option of choosing bet-             this    Friday, when       350 teachers marched representatives that as
•een the two. he satd.              negotiators meet once      around the green last of last June the town's
   But    the     major             agmn in an attempt to      Thursday. the whole 470 teachers had voted
stumbling block to                  resolve the issues The     town turned out to not to return to the                                                                        SB&T Helps You
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                       , Thursday, August 23, 1979                                                                                                                                                              4 -- church news

                         the pulpit                                                                                      deaths
      by Marietta Fuller

                                                                                                                      Frederic Rackliffe, was former
  Labor to the glory of God!                                                                                          state representative from New Britain
      Labor Day comes on the first Monday in Sep-           it was said of the people doing this work that "they
   tembor and it became a national hohday in 1887. It       had the will to work" and the project was in "th•           Funeral services were       New      Bmtam,      died        Born •n New Britain,      Church.
   is celehrated with parades, business meetings, and       will of god." Today. we laborers need to realize          held August 21, for           August         19,     at     he was the son of Frank        He leaves three sons,
   with a day of rest.                                      these facts                                               Fredric Rackliffe, 83, of     Ledgecrest          Con-      and      Molly    Gray       Foster Rackliffe of
      Labor on this earth began when God cast Adam             Paul was a tent maker during the day, earning          186 DeFashion St.,            valescent Home in             Rackliffe and lived in       Kensington, the Rev.
   and Eve out of the Garden of Eden when they              h•s way, and then preaching the Gospel at night.          Plantsville,     at the       Berlin, after a long          that town for most of his    Donald O. Rackliffe of
   sinned against God. The B•ble says m Genes•s 3 10,          Jesus was a carpenter and He gave up His job as        Trinity          United       illness.                      life.                       the West Hartford
   "In the sweat of thy face shall thou eat bread, til      carpenter when He spent the last three years of His       Methodist Church in              Rackliffe, a Republi-         He    attended     the   United      Methodist
   thou return into the ground; for out of it wast thou     life in His redemptive work for God.                      New Britain. The Rev.         can, served a two-            Bordentown Military          Church, and Dr. Robert
   taken: for dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou          Jesus' disciples forsook their jobs to do Itis work    James A. Warren and           year term in the state        Institute, Bordentown,      L. Rackliffe of New
  return "So. man had to go to work                         here on earth -- to bring repentant sinners to            the deceased's son, the       House of Represen-            N.J.. and returned to       Bmtain; a daughter,
     All throughout the Bible, people worked for the        Christ, who could forgive them of their sins so that      Rev.     Donald       O.      tatives from 1923 to 1925.    New Bmtain to serve as      Mrs. Paul Menz of
  glory of God.                                             they might go to heaven.                                  Rackliffe, offioated.         He was president of           president of the family     Newington; a sister.
     Noah, hawng faith in God, built an ark when he            Are you laboring for the glory of the Lord? His          Rackliffe, a former         Rackliffe      B.rothers      company until 1956. He      Helen Wilkinson of
  was told by God that there would be a flood which         command was to "Preach the Gospel to all the              state legislator and          Company a hardware            then joined RackliffeOil    Westport, Mass.; 14
  would destroy the earth. Noah worked hard on this         nations " His command included everyone in this           owner of the Rackliffe        store founded in 1895 by      where he remained until     grandchildren; 15 great-
  ark and thus preserved all hfe on this earth             world                                                      Brothers' Company of          his father                    his rehrement in 1978        grandchildren,     and
     Moses led the grumbling Israelites through the            Many hungry souls are waiting to hear "The                                                                            Rackhffe was a           three nephews.
  wilderness for 40 years so that God's promise to
  Abraham might be fulfilled -- that of h•s seed being
                                                           Story of Jesus " Take it to them so that what Jesus
                                                           said can be fulfilled Jesus said, "I am the way, the       Maria Buldoc Therrien,                                      charter member of the
                                                                                                                                                                                  New Bmtain Rotary and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Burial was m Fair-
                                                                                                                                                                                                              view Cemetery, Berlin
  as the grains of sand or the stars in the sky            truth, and the life, no one cometh unto God but b)                                                                     served as thmr second         Donations may be
     God took David from hm work as a shepherd boy
  to become a King of Israel His accomplishments in
                                                               We carry the message through the Word of God
                                                                                                                      leaves local son                                            president He was also
                                                                                                                                                                                  past president of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                              made to the Trinity
                                                                                                                                                                                                              United     Methodist
  litei-ary materials for the Bible was at •ts height in   which is the Bible, so we need to read it daily for at        Funeral services were         She was a member of        Chamber of Commerce.        Church.
  the 23rd Psalm, which is widely used at funerals         least an hour or so or more so that we can labor in        tteld August 21, for           Saint Paul's Church, its     former chairman of the        The O'Bmen Funeral
  Psalms sing forth praises for the glory of God           the vineyards of the Lord The Bible and the Hob            Maria Buldoc Therrien,         Rosary Guild. and the        Salvation Army. New         Home in Forestville
     Nehemiah led the people m re-building the walls       Spirit will tell you what to do But "whatever ye d6,       71. of 197 Longvmw             French Ladies of Saint       Britain Branch. and a       handled             all
  of Jerusalem. It was almost an impossible Job; but       do unto the glory of God "                                 Drove in Kensington, at        Anne Society of Samt         member of the Trmay         arrangements
                                                                                                                      the     Kenney-Luddy           Peter's Church in New        United      Methodist
                                                                                                                      Funeral          Home          Britain

                                                                                                                                                                                  Mary G. Cushing,
                                                                                                                      Members of the French            She leaves two other
                                                                                                                      Ladies of Saint Anne           sons, Leo Therrlen of
                                                                                                                      gathered at the funeral        Farmmgton and Marcel
                                                                                                                      home on August 20, to
                                                                                                                      recite the rosary A
                                                                                                                                                     Thermen of Key West.
                                                                                                                                                     Fla, three daughters.
                                                                                                                                                                                  was bank employee
                                                                                                                      Mass      of   Christian       Theresa DeConti' and             Funeral sermceswere      she was employed by
                                                                                                                      Burial, was held at Saint      Rita Rival. both of New       held August 20, at the      the Southington Bank
                                                                                                                      PauFs Church, with the         Britain. and Cecile           Hallahan Funeral Home       andTrust Company
                                                                                                                      Rev      Thomas Qmnn           Hamhn of-Newmgton,            inSouthington for Mary        She was a com-
                                                                                                                      officiating                    two sisters, Laura            G Cushing, 75. of 338       municant     of Saint
                                                                                                                        Therrlen died August         Bernier of Waterbury          MeridenAve                  Thomas Church and
                                                                                                                      18. at New Britain            and           Mathilda           The Rev       Thomas      was a member of the
                                                                                                                     General Hosphal. after         LaBreo(me of Canada.          Culotta officiated at a      Ladms' Guild and the
                                                                                                                     a short "illness She was       26 grandchildren, thr•        Mass of Chrisitan Burial    South•ngton Council of
                                                                                                                     the widow of Gilbert           great-grandchildren           at     Saint    Thomas      Catholic women
                                                                                                                     Therr•en and the moth-         and several nieces and        Church                         She leaves a brother,
                                                                                                                      er of Norman Therrmn          nephews                          Cushing died August      John R Cushing. of
                                                                                                                     of South•ngton                    Burial was in Stunt        17. at her home. after a    South•ngton,      three
                                                                                                                        Born     in  Canada.        Mary's Cemetery. New          long illness                sisters, Margaret G
                                                                                                                     Therrmn was a resident         Britain                          A native and lifelong    Cushing     and    Mrs
                                                                                                                     of Kensington for l0              Funeral     arrange-       resident of Southmgton.     James Nagle. both of
                                                                                                                     years before moving to         merits were handled by       she was the daughter of      Southington, and Mrs.
                                                                                                                     New BrRam. where she           the Kenney-Luddy Fun-        the late Dr. William H       Thorn,as Moore of
                                                                                                                     lived for the past 47        . eral Home, New Bri-          a•d Gertrude Kranich         Minneapolis, Minn.,
                                                                                                                     years                          tain                         Cushing.                     and several nieces and
                                                                                                                                                                                     She attended local       nephews.
                                                                                                                     Gerald S. Sullivan,                                         schools and graduated
                                                                                                                                                                                 from Lewis High School.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Burial was in Saint
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Thomas Cemetery.
 newcomers tea
 Welcome Wagon-officers met this •eek to                    about the club and its activities, pictured above        Post 72 member                                              Prior to her retirement.

 finalize plans for this year's Newcomers" Tea
 scheduled for next Wednesday. August 29. at 7:30
                                                            are Marilyn Kittredge and Penny Gra). seated,
                                                            from left to right and standing. Ellen Biondi,
                                                                                                                        Funeral services were
                                                                                                                     held August 22. for
                                                                                                                                                     Sulhvan was also a
                                                                                                                                                                                 George Rotherford,
 p.m. in the parlor room of the First                       Marry LaBrie, Diane Murphy and Darlene
 Congregational Church. This tea is designed to
 welcome newcomers to town and inform them
                                                            Refici. Not shown are hostesses Dot Schumann
                                                            and Joan Reuther.
                                                                                                                     GeraldS Sullivan, 67, of
                                                                                                                     80 Knollwood Road, at
                                                                                                                                                   United States Army
                                                                                                                                                   veteranof World War II        was ConEd employee
                                                                                                                     the      DellaVecchia           Prior       to     h•s
                                                                                                                                                                                   Funeral services for       leaves a w•fe, Augusta
 Bradley hires first
                                                                                                                     Funeral Home A Mass           retirement five years
                                                                                                                                                                                 George Rotherford. 73.       Rosen Rotherford, and a
                                                            Substitutes needed
                                                                                                                     of Christian Burial           ago, he was employed at       of 321 Flatbush Ave.
                                                                                                                     followed at Saint             the Peck, Stowe and                                        daughter, Joanne
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Sharkey of Brooklyn.
 full-time social worker                                                                                             Thomas Church w•th the        Wilcox Company in             Brooklyn. N Y. were
                                                                                                                                                                                 held Thursday. August          Born in New Britain,
                                                               The Southlngton Board of Education is in the          Rev Thomas Culotta            Southmgton
                                                                                                                                                                                 23.      from        the     he was the son of the
                                                            process of preparing substitute lists for 1979-          ofhciatlng                       Besides h•s wife, he       DellaVecchia Funeral
     John F        Mullett.Center of Smethport.             80 Qualifications for substituting in the                                                                                                         late Frank and Emma
                                                                                                                       Sullivan died August        leaves a son, Technical       Home. to St Mark's
  director of Brad•y       Pa, as a mental health           Southmgton Pubic Schools are either a valid              20. at his home, after a      Sergeant Wflham C                                          Rotherford. He was
  Memorial worker During her                                                                                                                                Episcopal Church •n          employed by the Con-
                                                            State of Connecticut teacher certificate or a            brief illness He was the      Sulhvan, stationed at         New Britain He died in
  recently announced the   four years w•th that             Bachelor's Degree                                        husband of Dorothy            CamonAlr ForceBasen                                        solidated       Edison
  appointment of Mary      agency, she also acted                                                                                                                                Brooklyn on August 20        Electric Company in
                                                              Substitutes are needed in all areas K-12,              Krauss Sulhvan                Clows,     N M. ;    two        A sister. Eleanor
  Anderson to serve as the as a consultant for the          particularly at the secondary level                                                                                                               New York
                                                                                                                       Born in Burhngton,          daughters,      Barbara       Andres,    resides in          Burial was at Oak Hill
  hnspital's first full-time
                           vislttng         Nurse             Persons quahfied and wishing to subshtute              Vt. hewas thesonof the        Benoit of Southington
 social worker Anderson    Association         and                                                                                                                               Southlngton                  Cemetery             in
                                                            m the Soutbangton Public Schools may obtain              late John and Mary            and Ehzaboth Peruti of
 comes to Southington      Bradford         ( Pa            a substitute application by calling 628-0331                                                                           Besides his sister, he     South•ngton
                                                                                                                     Parnell Sullivan, and         Meriden. a brother,
 from Ridgefleld, where    Hospital                                                                                  had been a resident of        Thomas Sullivan of
 she has been employed
                                                                                                                                                                                 Claude LaFontain,
                             Anderson earned her                                                                     Southington for the past      Springfield, Mass.; five
 for the past two years as Master's degree                                                                           27 years                      s|sters, Geraldine Barry
 a social worker in the    Social Work at the State     Discharge review
                                                                                                                                                                                 leaves local kin
                                                                                                                       He was a member of          of Troy. N Y., Sister
 public schools            Umversity of Buffalo           Betty Kroher. executive director of the                    Saint Thomas Church.          Mary Paula Sulhvan of
    Born and rinsed in     (N Y • She is a member      Southmgton Red Cross chapter, reminds each                    the Loyal Order of            the Marvknoll Mother
 Olean, New York. she      of    the    National       veteran with a dmcharge other than                            Moose, the American           House in Maryknoll,          Funeral services for years with C N. Flagg
 attended the public and  Association of Social        "honorable" (formerly called a General or                     Association of Rehred         N Y, and Genevieve         Claude LaFontain, 76, and other companies.
 parochial schools in thatWorkers,     the    Con-     Uncles|table Discharge), to apply to the                      Persons, and Kiltonic         Sullivan, Mary Ryan,      formerly of southington, He was a parishioner of
 city. She earned her     necticut Association of      Department of Defense for a discharge revmw                   Post No. 72 of the            and Frances Myers, all    were held Thursday, Saint Joseph's Church.
 B.A. degree at St        School Social Workers,       without regard to the normal 15-year                          American Legion for           of Burlington Vt.; and    Aug 16, from John J.         He leaves three sons,
 Bonaventure College,     and     the   American       limitation.                                                   which he was a former         three grandchildren.      Ferry & Sons Funeral William C. LaFontaine
 where, as a semor, she   Association for Mental                                                                                                     Burial was in Saint     Home, Memden, and at and            Robert      D.
was named Off Campus      Deficiency                                                                                                               Thomas Cemetery           Saint Joseph's Church      LaFontaine, both of
Student of the Year         Though currently a William T.                                                                                                                    He died Monday, Aug. Meriden, and Richard J.
                                                                                                                                                     Funeral      arrange-
    Following graduation. resident of Danbury.                                                                                                     ments were handled by      13, at the Plamville LaFontaine,          of   El
she taught special        Miss Anderson expects Dunn Jr.                                                                                           the DellaVecchia Fu-      Convalescent         Home Cajon, Calif., two other
education for one year    to      relocate      to                                                                                                 neral Home, Southing-     following a brief illness  daughters,         Lois
She then became af-       Southmgton in the near                                                                                                                                A daughter, Lorraine Mierzewski of Cheshire
filiate with the Family   future                    of 78 Pepperidge Drive,                        lln ral ]t)omt                                  ton.
                                                                                                                                                                             Lexton,     resides     in and Patricia Macri of
and Child Gmdance                                   South•ngton, has been                                                                                                    Southington.               Meriden; 15 grand-
                                                                                                   211 NORTH M41N ST
                                                    promoted by Arthur                                                                                                          Born in Canada, he children,         7   great-
                                                                                                  NO[ THINGTt)N ('(INN
                                                    Young & Company of
                                                                                                                                                  Scientology                moved to this country as grandchildren;
  Tryouts for musical                                                                                    628-2293                                                                                                           and
                                                    Hartford, to manager in                                                                                                 a young man and had several nieces and
                                                    the Audit Department                                                                          discussions                lived in Meriden for nephews.
  open to everyone                                  A native of Waterbury,
                                                    Dunn now lives in town                                                                           The     Church
                                                                                                                                                                            many years. He was a
                                                                                                                                                                         of plumber and a
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Burial was at Walnut
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Grove     Cemetery,
                                                    with his wife and son.                                                                         Scientology at 9 steamfitter for over 40 Meriden.
    The Southington Commumtz Theatre will
  hold tryouts for their November musical                                                                                                          Russwin Road in New
  "Music Man" on September 4 and 5, at 7-15                                                                                                        Britain, is holding free
 p.m. in the First Congregational Church on                                                                                                       Scientology discussions Widows and widowers bowl
                                                      Divorced women who
 MainStreet in Sonthington.                                                                                                                       each •cek. Monday
                                                    were marrted 10 yrs:                                                                          through          Friday,
   There are parts for male and female leads,       can get Social Security
 singers, dancers, children and everyone of all                                           130 N Mo•n St      South,ngton                          beginning at 7 p.m. The       Widows andWidowers Lanes, 980 N. Colony
                                                    benefits based on for-                                                                        topic for discussion is Associated of Con- Rd.,Wallingford.
 ages.                                              mer husbands work.
   The production will be directed by Frank                                          00v,dA •:lorvan     •    Tel. 628-5577                       Body-Mind-Spirit...Who necticut, Chapter 9 of          All widowed persons
                                                       Notify Social Security                                                                     Are You?"                 Meriden                and are welcme to attend.
 Paeoeha of Hartford with music by Manny            if you are getting SSI
 s•pes of Southington a,nd choreography by                                                                                                          For     further     in- surrounding areas, is For further information
                                                    and      your     living               Serwng Southtngton S,nce 1888                          formation, call Peter bowling every Sunday call •leo Chabot of
     atl Hupprich oF•Vaternury.
                                                    arrangements change.                                                                          Cocolla at 225-6368.      at 3 p.m. at T-Bowl Meriden, 235-3218.

       :                €
the Observer, Thursday, August 23, 1979

Bradley Hospital's empt t beds                                                                                                                                                     Ski area
continued from page 1 )
   The evaluators found that
luring 1977 only 40.4 percent
                                    in a hospital Bradley's size.
                                      Among the improvements
                                   being undertaken to correct
                                   the problems, Alphonsi said,
                                                                     administrator for the
                                                                     hospital. "I told a reporter
                                                                     about the problem shortly
                                                                     after I arrived three years
                                                                                                                   services, meals on wheels,

                                                                                                                   one roof.
                                                                                                                                                    Marlow," of the H.S.A.,
                                                                                                                                            and commends the .hospital's
                                                                                                                   gynecological care, all under staff for their "initiative" in
                                                                                                                                                 hawng the study done. "Most
                                                                                                                                                                                   booze appeal
tf Southington's hospitalized      are a physician recruitment                                                       To achieve this change in other hospitals don't have the         SOUTHINGTON -- The                       Neighbors of the sk• area,
                                                                     ago," he said.                                                                                                state Supreme Court has                  led by Bdl Parks, had ap
)atients      used    Bradley      program, a new doctors'             He also emphasized that                     emphasis,      the     study courage to do what Bradley
¢lemorial. The rest went --        office buinding to be con-                                                                                                                      reversed a Court of Common               pealed a town dec•smn to
                                                                     the study has not been for-                   recommends many of the did," he said.                           Pleas d•cision, thereby                  allow a liquor permit to be
tr were sent by their doctors      structed on the hospital's        mally accepted by the                         improvements now listed by       But, compliments aside, if
- out of town.                     grounds, the purchase of a                                                                                                                      allowing the Mt Southmgton               sought, claiming tha{ the
                                                                     hospital's board of truste•.s                 Alphonsi and other hospital the hospital does formally
                                                                                                                                                                                   Ski area to apply for a liquor           business was solely con
   Bradley's low occupancy         gamma camera and ultra-           yet, through most of the                      spokespersons as works decide to adopt the concept,
md market penetration             .sound device, and the hiring                                                                                                                    permit from the town Zoning              cerned w•th lmprowng
                                                                     recommendations made in                       already in progress, or at it remains to be seen whether        Board of Appeals                         business and not w•th the
'ates have resulted in             of a full-time social worker.     the study are being acted on.                 least firmly on the planning it will work.
'epercussions where it hurts.         Alphonsi originally con-                                                                                                                        Judge J     Peters ruled              general commumty's en
                                                                       In general, the study                       board.                           Mullett said that oc-          Tuesday that an amendment                joyment, according to at
recording to the study, the        tacted the Observer to an-        supports the reasons for the                    In the poll of Bradley's cupancy has been up this
Lospital had a $121,869            nounce th!e improvements.                                                                                                                       to the town regulations which            torney Joseph The[berg.
                                                                     low occupancy rate listed by                  physicians taken by the year already, although the
,perating surplus during              "I don't want t.o influence                                                                                                                  would allow the ski area to              representing the neighbors
                                                                     Alphonsi, though the study                    evaluators, 19 of the 22 figures aren't in yet.                 sell alcoholic beverages in                 "We may be fibng an
 976,      but a      $64,991      your story, I know I can't do     also cites "carpetbagger"                     physicians who •' addressed      "A low census is a basic
,perational loss during 1978.      that," Alphonsi said. "But I                                                                                                                    connection with a bona fide              apphcahon for a re-hearing.
                                                                     physicians in town, who                       themselves to the applicable •ro.blem to a hospital As a
?his represented a decline n       think it would be better for                                                                                                                    restaurant under a special               but nothing has been dec•ded
                                                                     maintain an allegiance to                     question agreed with the       usiness venture, we have to      exception should be allowed              as of yet," Thalberg •a•d
he operating margin, of 153        the town if you would em-         hospitals other than Bradley.                 proposed l•o. ; have the money to pay the
•ercent, the study said.           phasize the improvements,                                                                                                                       to stay in the town's zoning             Wednesday mormng
                                                                       The report also lays less                   care center concept    he said                    regulations
   According to Mullett,           and not dwell on the negative     weight on the hospital's
]radley's actual audited
•perating loss for 1978 was
.64,600, with the hospital
                                   aspects.. This hospital is
                                   important to the residents
                                                                     problemthan nlphonsi does,
                                                                     relations     with      public
                                                                     depsite the fact that a poll of
                                                                                                                     Godt ad
                                                                                                                      •/e          O•,                     the "                            tate
•ndmg up $5,000 in the balck                                         the hospital's physicians
,ecause of non-operating                                             indicated a majority of them
 evenues..                                                           agreed than "'The hospital ( continued from page 1 }            Her eyes were now intent                      person The glomfy•ng oi                     She was beginning
   Meriden-Wallingford hos-                                          needs to work on attaining a with all the conviction of a She sensed a convert as a                           Lord Krsna and the reward                realize that followers
dial also suffered an             .... the study also                better public image among Doubting Thomas The book tiger senses a kill Sooner or                              meditatmns that the rehgion              Lord Krsna •ereu't going
,perating loss during 1979,
.ccording to John Staird, the     cites 'carpe t-                    the residents of the region.'"  was entitled "Life Comes later the request for the
                                                                        The study balances this from Life", and like the donation would come Bus
                                                                                                                                                                                   stresses had cemented her                be found at the truck •top
                                                                                                                                                                                   froth •in the word of Swam•              however      Mind )ou. she
 ontroller there. Staird said     bagger'physi-                      indictment of the Brad!ey magazine, it too was very stations and airports had                                 Prabhupada, who happens to               wasn't gLwng up. but she and
he $88,775 deficit was made                                          public relations program colorful with some nice taught us this, andthat very                                 be     the Hare      Krishna             her co-d•sc•ple had ap
•p through investments,           clans in town....                  with a poll taken of area photography and what ap- act of asking for money while                              equivalent of 'Moses or                  parently dec•ded to go look
:iris, and grants, "'probably                                        residents by the evaluators, peared to be an interesting their faith went unexplained                         Buddha He is their prophet               for happter•nuntmggrounds
lke Bradley Memorial made                                            in which 84 7 percent of the text.                            had lost many a would-be                        He is the Pure Devotee                       What about your other
•p theirs "                                                          respondents        evaluated       She was more talkative Kr•shna         to   what.ever                          "You know," she con-                 children • Do you havean?"
   Bristol had an operating          The existence of the            Bradley as "excellent" or now. She slipped the Krishna damnation             awaits    the                    tmued. "so many people use                   She had begun to ualk
urplus of $359,321, according     hospital's study, which was        "very good "                    spiel into high gear.         unKrishmfled                                    drugs or alcohol tshe made a             away She stopped lot-
• Richard Peterson, the vice      conducted by Bedford Health           In a second poll conducted       "We come from a farm in     "No," •he blurted out,                        face as she said the words • to          second, and reflected •,•,a•
,resident for finance there       Associates, Inc, of Kotanah,       by Bradley during the month Moundsville, West Virginia. surprised by the question                             find the missing things m                that a tremble m her locket
   "'Our situation is that we     N Y. earlier this year. was        of April, 83 1 percent of the just outside Pittsburgh It's "We're not looking for                             their lives We don't need                hp • Afev, seconds pass..
 ave a real nice hospital with    first mentioned by Alphonsi        respondents evaluated the called the New Vrmdaban contnbuhons We're on the                                    them We have Lord Krsna "                    "I have a httle bo) back af
 n •mage problem" com-            Asked for a copy of the            hospital as "excellent" or Community and on Labor road seeking disciples " Her                                   Her darting blue eyes were            the farm but he's bemg taket•
aented Dr           Ambrose       report, Alphonsi stud he           "very good "                    Day weekend, we're going to preoccupation       suddenly                      now firmly locked on the                 caxeofby•ometr)e•.ds He
,lphonsl, chief of staff and      considered it confidential            The study also found that open our new palace. surfaced agatu "We've been                                  prospective new Knshna                   free Goodbye "
.eneral surgeon at Bradley           J.F MulletS, the hospital's     two phys•cians accounted :for Prabhupada's Palace,'; she on the road a long time " She                        '"You can have the peace                     The day •a.-promt.•tng
'I     know     there's   still   president, who furnished The       shghtly more than 25 percent grabbed• the m,a.gazine and glanced back at the van. All                         we've found too "' Then the              be a scorcher A huge setm
•nger.•ng ideas from the old      Observer a copy of the             of all Bradley's admissions     flipped it oye• to the ba•k its doors were open Was it                        eyes began to scan the                   had pulled up to the door
 ays                              report, emphasized that               Rather than an upgraded cover. "Here, see -- it,looks alrlngout"                                           distant hon2on again Pretty              the truck stop. engine
  Other reasons for the low       much of the information it         public relahons program. like t•t."                             Where•erethesans •                            effective                                chugging, smpke belchm•
ccupancy rate, Alphonsi           contains is "open to varying       therefore, the core of the         Sure enough, an ornate and   "Well. we want ta blend m                        "Aren't "you hurt •hen                from the twin chrome stack•
aid, are newcomers to             interpretations "                  study's recommendations very plush paka•:e was-going more with the. crowd," she                               people slight you? When                  An enormous black forearm
outhmgton who maintain               "Evaluative reports hke         involves a change in em- to be opened to the public said smthng "We want to                                   people you app,roach in a                rested on the cab s door
llegiance to their home           this tend to lean toward the       phasis      Instead of the They were billing it "The Taj look like everyone else so                           friendly way turn and rhn                 tobacco ju|ce occasmnaH.•
•wn hospitals, a lack of          negative," he explained            community hospital concept Mahal of the West,"•and if most of u• wear our saris                               because the?'re afraid o•.,               spurting from the open
hysicians, especially family      "Professionals tend to be          used by Bradley previously, Walt Disney were still al•,ve, only at the far,m, and to                          .• our offer.""                           window
hysicians in Southington th       harder on themselves than           the study recommends a one- he'd have been very im• re]igio•zs fest•vals '                                       "No, that's' just your                    When last seen. Jbe
ospital's lack of a maternity     the general public would be "       stop community hospital- pressed with al•ioI•,•-.he guild,,    She said she'd been in-                        superego and in Kmshna we                 Krmhna lady .
•ard, and the absense of             Mullett said Bradley's low       health care center with such elephants, gilde•s•tres an• vol•,ed with the Krishna                             learn that our egos ,are                  proachmg that awesome
ome specialists           and     occupancy rate has been a           serwces as the Visiting classic mosiac t]|e"work of inurement for nine years                                  nothing. S,o how can they be.             s•ght, undaunted, wavmg
pecialzed equipment which         "thorn in {hisl side" ever          Nurses Association, am- -deep blue• and turquoise that She said •t had helped her                            hurt • If people want to hsten            colorful     magazine      a
ouid normally be expected         since he took over as top           bulatory-care mental health the advertisement depicted • become a more complete                              to me, they will "                        calling out. "You-boo

Dr. Thomas Dudak and tt e passing c "an era
:ontinued from page I )      best pitchers Southing-       dehvered         "about               mother didn't want her              "He could only take a  the story of our married       thinking about for a long              moment              then
                             ton has ever produced,"       2,500," he estimates He               daughter admitted to a            week off for         our life"                          time." he says "We'll                  brightens 'I think the
•litely waiting for the      D'Angelosavs.                 alludes to emergency                  hospitalat all "If she is         honeymoon,"         she     Dudak      says    he       bespendmgalotofhme                     Red Sox ha',e a chance
vritmg to catch up or           Dudak h•mself still        calls and all-mghters,                going to die, let her die         remembers            "A  dec•ded to retire to           up at our place •n                     to do tt thts .•ear    he
,arefully checking back      enjoys      reminiscing       babies who grew up to                 at home," the woman's             neighbor saw us drive in spend more time with           Maine, and do some                     begins
•ver       what      was     about his high school         have babies of their                  mother pleaded        But         the mgl?t we re!urned. " his     wife      "It's        travehng, lguess"
liscnssed is hard to say     days, when he captained       own, and last minute                  mother, woman, and                and called That s been   something we've been              He looks pensive for a
  His       comments,        both the football and         dashes for the mater-                 baby all came through
•owever, reinforce the       baseball teams his            mtywing                               mtheend, Dudaksays.
•econdhypothesis             senior year. He wmghed          He holds the record                    "They really trUsted
   "You're not really        only 130 pounds when he       for the smallest baby                 you back then," he
vritmg all this down,        graduated                     ever      successfully                adds "The town was
•re you?" he asks,
;mbarrassed by
lersonal reminiscence
 'Well,_.this is off the
                                "I won my share of
                             games," he says
                                The Lewis High
                             School team used to
                                                           delivered at Bradley
                                                           one pound. 12 ounces
                                                           Ten days later, her
                                                           weight had dropped to
                                                                                                 smaller, and they knew
                                                                                                 you "
                                                                                                    Dudak says
                                                                                                 decided to start his
                                                                                                                        he           Jefferson Federal Savinfls'
•ecord, of course," he
;ays, cutting short an
lays. "You're not going
                             play most of the other
                             towns in the vicinity.
                             Transportation being
                             what it was, the players
                             used to ride to away
                                                           one pound, four ounces
                                                           "She's 23 years old
                                                           now." he says happily,
                                                           after checking the dates
                                                           with hiswife
                                                                                                 practice in Southington'
                                                                                                 necause he knew so
                                                                                                 many people from his
                                                                                                 baseball days, and
                                                                                                 because he could live
                                                                                                                                       NEW hiflh-_ ield 4-year
 o use all that, are
•ou •''
   He and Gura go back
i long way together, as
:)udak remembers it.
                             games in the back of a
                             contractor's truck,
                                Dudak says his pitch-
                             ing skills came in
                             handy while he took his
                                                             When       he
                                                           returned to town from
                                                           Georgetown in 1934.

                                                           there was no Bl-adley
                                                           Hospital, he remem-
                                                                                                 with .his       mother.
                                                                                                 "Money was I:eally tight
                                                                                                 then," he says.
                                                                                                    His first office .was
                                                                                                 above     the present
                                                                                                                                        Treasury_ ertiflcate.
                                                                                                                                         No Minimum Deposit Required
3ura       worked      as    pre-med and med at            bers. "Most of the                    Oxley's Drhg Store.
)udak's        assistant
•ealth officer when
                             Georgetown. "I used to
                             make a little extra
                                                           babies were delivered
                                                           right at home," he says
                                                                                                 Since he didn't have a
                                                                                                 nurse ch•ing hi•_.first I0                 Open aTreasury Certificate before Aug. 31,1979 and earn
)udak held the post          money playing ball            "The hospitals in other               years of .pr&ct'ice, he
'rum 1951 through 1959.      summers," he recalls,         towns were too far                    had to keep his r•ecords
•ura succeeded him to           Dudak        doesn't       away."                                and hccounts himself.
:he post when Dudak          remember when or how             In fact, there was a                  "We had office hours
•etired      for   health    he first became in-           whole generation of                   mornings, afternoons,                                                                                                                  Effective
•easons,                     terested in medicine,         older people during the               and evenings," he says.                                                       Annual                                                   Annual
   "The health officer       but he does remember          30s who distrusted                    "Not just me,•mindyou,                                                        Rate                                                     Yield
•as appointed for a four
•ear term by the town
                             when he first turned
                             fromsports and became
                                                           hospitals entirely, he
                                                           says: "They thought
                                                                                                 all the doctors did."
                                                                                                    He met his wife                               THIS RATE IS GUARANTEED FOR 4 FULL YEARS.
ielectmen then,"Dudak        serious about his             hospitals were a place                Eunic¢ at New Britain                       YOUR CERTIFICATE WILL EARN INTEREST FROM DAY OF DEPOSIT
•ays.                        studies. "When I was a        you went to con-                      Hospital where she                       TO DAY OF WITHDRAWAL,COMPOUNDED DAILY AND CREDITED MONTHLY.
   Gura also used to         sophomore in college, I       valesce."                             worked as a nurse in
.'arch for Dudak back at     realized I'd never make          Dudak describes one                charge of the ob•stetrical
:he old Lewis High            the majors,"hesays,          problem dehvery in                    unit. They have five                                                                                  MEMBER
$chool, in the days when        Dudak says he              which the woman's                     children

Dudak was known as           decided to cut his
"Lefty."                     varsity career short
   "He was small but         after his sophomore
•nighty," Dr. Anthony        year, and hit the books.                    ROOFING &                      SIDING                                                                             Federal SsvMgs & Loan Insurance Corp
D'Angelo remembers,             Then,     after he                          ALLTYPESBy
•rien asked abo•t            finished the academic                   I lll I UUrllll
Dudak's pitching. "He        part of his training, he                                                                                                                                      Your Savings Insured to $40,000
•orked night andday at        returned to Southington                      •oor Southlngton Professlonallor 47yean
it, just like he's worked    as an intern. He's been                            • FULLY INSURED
•t everything else."
D'Angelo himself was
but a wisp of a boy at the
                              intownever since.
                                Asked to share some
                              of his. experiences in
                             medicine, Dudak speaks
                                                                    John Lasek          621-5656             Jim Lasek
                                                                      Guilors, Leaders Storm Windowe & Doors also Instolled
                                                                                                                                                      Jefferson Federal Suvings
                                                                                                                                                                SOUTHINGTON- Queen Street, Route 10
   "He was one of the        of the babies he has
       6                                                                                                                                                                           The Observer, Thursday, August 23, 1979

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       The rape of the lock
           What •s it about a teachers' str•ke9              perhaps doctors and lawyers -- can un-
           What •s it about that one particular threat       derstand.
         to our stability that arouses such an                  And what a rusk the teachers of
         emotional response •                                Southmg•on now run They are threatemng
           Quite simply, most people do hot think of       -to strike, not about wages, but,dbcordmg to
         teachers as Working Joes Teachers just              thew own spokesmen, almost exclusively
        don't seem like people who should punch m           over a free lunch hour to do their classroom
        and out on a clock and draw time and a half         preparation
        if someone needs help on thew homework                 What do they want • They want the school
           And it's not just parents who have trouble
        adjusting to that •mage Despite all the
                                                            board to hire hourly workers to supervise
                                                            thew students while they spend that hour m
                                                                                                              l'oby Moffett's congressional report
        efforts of the union organizers, teachers           peace
        themselves have never been wflhng to                   Ah. how the truly reachonary ad-
        forfeit the one thing they would have to

                                                                                                            Time for a quid pro quo
                                                            m•mstrat•on would drool at the prospect
        forfeit tO make themselves a convincing             How a true teacher-hater would rub h•s
        force m the orgamzed labor movement --             hands m glee Finally, a way to quantify
        thetr professionahsm.                              that ephemeral thing, preparation Now we
           Umons have functionecJ=•_best m th•s            won't have to hsten to any more of that
       country fqr. p•ople who w¢•ll[Im factories,         garbage about the work they do at home
       for people whose goals w'ei-e clear-cut and                                                             For the third hme •n the                                        cars would become a con-         government contracts as
                                                           They work 1,000 hours a year at $10 an hour,
    - eas• to explain. A shorter work week -- first        and that's that                                  past decade, a g•ant cor-                                         sumer pmor•ty provides a          collateral
       48 house, then 40. Better wages -- first a                                                           poration has asked for a                                           telling glimpse of the calibre      In the Penn Central case,
                                                               And ff a $3 an hour worker can supervme      government, bail-out This hour. then two The right to sit            the k•ds for one hour a day, why not for two,                                                                      of that management               of course, the company went
       down for awhile- first for lunch, then for                                                           hme it's Chrysler, the                                                But all that amde, Chrysler   •nto bankruptcy, despite vast
                                                           or three? The professional teacher could         world's 14th. •argest firm,
       coffee.                                             oversee half the student's day, and the                                                                            will probably get its money       amounts       of   taxpayer
                                                                                                            employing aboflt a quarter of                                      in one form or another Our       assistance.
           This country owes a great debt to the           discount baby-sitter the other half. An in-      a    million     people      Its                                                                       There are some who ho] ;
       organized labor movement, for extending             stant reduchon of professional staff needs       operations affect the world                                       new Treasury Secretary, G
                                                                                                                                                                              William Miller, has indicated     that Chrysler will meet U •
       the benefitsofmid•lleclassAmerican life-            by 50 percent, which would allow a 33            economy and nearly every                                          as much. Although Miller          same fate Ralph Nader has
       both through income and leisure t•me -- to         percent reductmn m the payroll budget,            one of our h0 states                                              says the admlmstrahon has         asserted that a Chrysler fold-
I     an ever larger port•on of our ISopulace.            Surely a creahve accountant could prove              Faced w•th a m•nd-bog-                                         ruled out "unrestrmted tax        up would make antitrust
          But like any other mstitutmn, organized         that half the teacher's day is spent super-
      labor had to keep expanding to retain its                                                             gling second-quarter loss of                                      credits" (which represent         actmn to break up the
                                                          wsing things that a playground guard could        $207 1 "mithon, Chrysler offi-
      power Having won most o• the battles •n                                                                                                                                 interest-free, unsecured cash     General Motors and Ford
                                                          supervise just as well -- filling out test        cials have come to Washing-
      the field of hourly labor, it had to look                                                                                                                               advances from taxpayer            g•ants all the,more probable.
                                                          papers or saluting the flag.                      ton seeking $1 billion in fe-                                                                         But there might be a
       elsewhere for that expansion -- to the                  Many of our attitudes towards teachers                                                                         funds), •t is likely that about
      professions.                                                                                          deral assistance, preferably                                      $1 bflhon in loan guarantees      remedy that is somewhere
                                                          are outdated and unfair Maybe the t•me            m the form of tax relief. They                                    will be offered
          And that's where the current problem            has indeed passed when we could expect                                                                                                                between the extremes of a
      started. It may not be as visible as strikers       them to be selfless old maids, dedicating         are also seeking a two-year        cars that followed the            As in the guarantees that      no-strings taxpayer bail-out
                                                                                                            delay •n meeting exahust           gasoline    shortage     and   went to the Lockheed Cor-         of Chrysler and a do-nothing
      being shot and having thmr heads bashed in          their e•ery minute to the children m return       emission and mileage stan-
      on the pinker hnes, but •t could be even more       for a dollar a day and enough coal to heat                                           Iraman turmoil                 poration earlier in the           stance which allows the
                                                                                                            dards                                Both assert•ens are rather   decade, such a scheme m•ght       company to go under.
      dangerous for the very difficulty we have in        their t•ny cottages.
      putting our finger on •t.                                But the teacher should be the first to         Predictably.       Chrysler      absurd. Prominent Wall         work. But this •s more hkely        Why not turn the Chrysler
          Professionals are not prod by the hour          protest that no mimmum wage hallway               blames such government             Street auto analysts concede   to turn out like the Penn         Corporation into a model of
                                                                                                            regulations and the fall of the    that h,lam•ng polluhon rules   Central episode in the annals     how best to use America's
      There's no way to count how many hours a            guard •s quahfied to supervise their
                                                                                                            Shah of Iran for •ts               for itsproblems •s probably    of government help to             industrial capacity, and
      teacher spends keeping up to date on his or         students for even a minute -- that the            problems. It points to the
      her subject, or planning interesting classes,       teacher is the person who knows them and
                                                                                                                                               more tactics than truth on     business In the case of           s•multaneously begin to
                                                                                                            cost of meeting federal            Chrysler's part And the        Lockheed, a big federal           solve the energy crmm? Why
      or figuring a way to open up new vistas to a        cares about them, that if anything the
                                                                                                            standards and the surge of         Chrysler     management's      contractor, the government
      bright but disinterested student.                   teacher would hke some extra time
                                                                                                            consumer interest in small         failure to sense that small    took assignment of all                   t continued on page t8)
          Teachers have long been the jealous             discuss their problems m a relaxed at-
      guardians of that distinction. They have           mosphere, away from the classroom.
      rarely been hesitant to use in its defense              Do the teachers really want to surrender
      their most potent emotional weapon, the            themselves up to the efficiency expert and
     clmm that the future of the nation -- in the        the-cost accountant" Isn't their goal
     form of the next generahon -- rests in their        something beyond shorter hours and higher
     hands.                                              wages?
          Teachers work shorter days than most                The Southington school board has gone a
     working people. They work fewer months a            long ways to try and meet these silly
     year In many cases they have tenure --              demands -- maybe too far for the good of
     socmty's ultimate acknowledgement that              the teachers or the students.
     these people are different, that the stability           We're beginning to suspect the union
     of their employment shouldn't be subject to         organizers have seized on this issue because
     short-term political or economic pressure.          they felt it was time to seize on an issue --
          They have all those benefits because •t is     any issue -- and rattle their sabres a little.
     understood that their leisure time is not                And that's more than just silly. As
     really leisure t•me the way most people             someone once said about Korea, it's the
     think of •t -- that their fields of study and       wrong war, in the wrong place, at the wrong
     the problems of their students consume              time.
      heir time m ways that few people -- except              Even if they win, they lose.

       prime time
       by Cy Brickfield

    The vanishing pension plan
       Consider       this:    An     doubling could occur as early cents      a   pound,     will
     authoritative       economic     as 1987 or as late as 1989, but presumably rise to $1.30
    forecasting       firm    has     it appears to be virtually And, quite frankly, you don't
    predicted that within the         inewtable                       want to even think about
    next decade, the cost of             This means that the what's going to be happening
    living is going t,o be double     "inexpensive" house brand to beef prices.
    what it is today,                 of sliced white bread which       A car, which now sells for
       According       to Date        costs 45 cents a loaf today about $5,0•0 (including a few
    Resources. Inc., which has        will be priced at 90 cents. The overpriced extras), will
    an enviabl•e track record of      average      run-of-the-coop probably be list_ed _at about
    having been on target far         whole chicken, which
    more often than not, the          currently weighs in at 65             (continued on page 18)
                                                                                                                                                                                                         opinion & comment
The Observer, Thursday, August 23, 1979

                                                                                                                         legislative report
                                                                                                                         by State Rep. Gene Migliaro, R-Wolcott

                                                                                                                       [)nce again, air is free                                                           have to provide free air for
                                                                                                                           WOLCOTT -- In recent years
                                                                                                                       there has been a new                                                               your tires. The only people who
                                                                                                                       phenomenon appearing in this                                                       don't have to comply are small
                                                                                                                       state and throughout the                                                           food store owners who also sell
                                                                                                                       country known as the self-                                                         small amounts of gasoline
                                                                                                                       serwce gasoline station                                                           State employee
                                                                                                                           In many ways these self-
                                                                                                                       service stations have been a                                                      contracts
                                                                                                                       boon to the average working                                                            On August 13, the General
                                                                                                                       person in that they provide                                                        Assembly met m special
                                                                                                                       gasoline at a reduced cost to the                                                  session to ratify a group of
                                                                                                                       consumer                                                                           contracts that had been
                                                                                                                           The interesting thing is, that                                                 negotiated by the state of
                                                                                                                       as these self-service stations                                                     Connecticut and the bargaining
                                                                                                                       have become more popular, it                                                       units for state employees I
                                                                                                                       seems that many of the so-                                                         supported these contracts be-
                                                                                                                       called full service stations no                                                    cause ! believe they provide a
                                                                                                                       longer provide the kinds of                                                        fair wage and fringe benelit
                                                                                                                       services that we had come to                                                       increases for the employees
                                                                                                                        expect •n the past                                                                covered in the contracts
                                                                                                                           What is even more disturbing                                                        Some of my colleagues ex-
                                                                                                                       is some Connecticut gasoline                                                        pressed fears that the contracts
where have the flowers gone ?                                                                                          stations are beginning to                                                           would cost the state of Con-
Landmoving operations were underway this week               controversial zone change for the property July 10,        charge for these services that                                                      nectlcut too much in the long
on the site of the former Grillo Nurseries on Burritt       clearing the way for condominium development.               used to be routine in the past.         gas                                        run I disagree*
Street in Milldale. Developer Nicholas Cianci won a                                                                        And the thing that bothers me           I received a great deal of                  There is enough of a surplus
                                                                                                                        the most is that it has become          support for my proposal in both            built into the governor's budget
                                                                                                                        almost impossible to find a gas         the House of Representatives               to cover all of these costs and

Two views on abortion
                                                                                                                        station that has a working air          and the state senate and this              more Over the years, the
                                                                                                                        pump so you can fill your tires         bill has now been passed into              administration has always
                                                                                                                        with air                                law and sxgned by the governor             estimated the number of state
                                                                                                                            As the energy cmsis hit us             That means as of October 1 of           employees covered by the
                                                                                                                        earlier this summer, we would           this year, "Any person licensed            contracts at a much higher
by John F. Whealon                                          by Carolyn Gabel                                            read hps m the papers saying             ¢under Connecticut law• to                 figure than really exists
Archbishop of Hartford                                       resident, Connecticut National                             properly inflated tires will give       dispense motor fuel for sale to                That means that, even though
                                                                                                                        you more gasoline mileage               the public, except any such                 we may budget for 45,000 state
   So often it happens        Life Amendment to the         Abortion Rights Action League                               That's great except you                 person who is licensed to so                employees, there may really be
that good people see          U S Constitution How                                                                       couldn't find an aw pump               dispense such fuel at a retail              only 42,000        That leaves
serious problems In our       good to join them and to         The decision to have      the New Right have                                                                                                 salaries and fnnge benefits for
                                                            an abortion should be a      joined in a poht•cal            where you could properly m-             food store which he owns and
Amerxcan society and          work constitutionally to                                                                   flare your tires                        operates and which dispenses               3,000 left over at the end of the
wish they could do            safeguard all human           woman's personal and         campaign           against
                                                            moral choice                 choice on abortmn                  Because of complaints I had          less than ten thousand gallons             year
something about It all        hfe                                                                                        received, and because of first          of gasoline in any one month.                  It is my contention that there
But they don't know               There are state-wide         In 1973 the U S               In 1975 the Cathohc
                                                                                                                         hand experience In searching            shall provide for free public               is enough of a built-in surplhs in
what todo                     and national groups           Supreme Court upheld a        Bxshops announced a                                                                                                the budget to more than cover
                                                            woman's right to choose       "Pastoral Plan for Pro-        for an air pump, ! decided to           use, an air compressor for the
   The purpose of my          fighting abortion and                                                                      introduce a bill that would             purpose of tire inflation during            the increases in these con-
column this week Is to        working for human life        abortmn. Hmtorically,         Life Act•vltms" which
                                                            women who face an             has a goal of pohtmal          require gasoline stations to            the hours such premises are                 tracts
give you some•deas for        In my mail comes                                                                            provide free air for motorists         open for business "                            These were law co•tracts
joining with other            literature every month        unwanted pregnancy            actiwtymeverydiocese
                                                            have chosen abortion,         of this country to pass a       This •sn't a frill or fnnge               That means that, as of Oc-              They are fair to the workers,
people to improve our         from several such                                                                           benefit It's a necessity It's a         tober 1, all gasohne stahons m             fair to the state of Connecticut
society                       groups. Why not join one      regardless       of    its    "Human Life Amend-
                                                            legality                      ment" to the con-               safety measure And it saves             the state of Connecticut will              and fair t• the taxpayers
   Abortion? Yes, it is a     or moreof them?
terrible       scourge            Are you a medical             More than a million       stitution, as urged by
Respect for human life         doctor in Connecticut        women per year had            tod•.•Ar-c•:ish°p Whealon
-- for all human life -- •s    certified to care for        self-induced, abortions
at the heart of this           indigent      pregnant       prior to -.1973 Many         w•,•,,• amendment
nation. The Supreme            women             under      women died as a result       would make all abor-
Court on Jan. 22, 1973
permitted, even or-
                               Medicaid? The .latest
                               example of govern-
                                                            of these botched, butch-
                                                            ered abortions. Today
                                                                                         tions illegal Even some
                                                                                         methods        of     con-                                         Buck Up, Gang
dered,        legalized        mental intrusion is that     over 40,000,000 women        traception could be
abortions. Since that          if you are opposed to        have illegal abortions in    illegal     Many legal                              people seem to be all out of ,,orlx these da• So man,, ol them
 day all human life in         aborhon, you must now        countries that forbid        questions and concerns
                                                            safe legal abortion The      of governmental m-                                      are tense and sour. The.• seethe m fru',lratIon that',• qmck to
 this nation has been          notify the U S District                                                                                       boil over into rage -- as v'hen the', 're queued up at a ga,, pump
 cheapened                     Court. If you do not so      leading cause of ddath       trusion into our private
                                                            of women of child-           byes are raised by the                                 Unease is spreading m the la"nd. An•,=etle,, ,,eem to be clutching
    What can you do about      notify the court, you
 legalized      abortion,      may be forced to per-        bearing age m these          possibility     of     this                         at us American', like brambles m the underbrush
 mandated by           the     form Medicaid abor-          countries is from these      amendment Who would                                    There's a sense of po•erle•snes•, ol Iutfl•t> People leel hemmed
 Supreme Court, now            tions      Because       a   unsafe           illegal     determine          if     a                         in and hammered by forces the.• can't control. The.• •ee their indi-
 commonplace in Con-           Catholic physician           procedures And yet in        miscarriage        Iwhich                           vidual freedoms eroding and their personal opnon• narro•lng.
 nectLcut? If you feel          performxng an abortion      this country, a legal        results from one third of                              The.', are dispirited b,• v'hat the•. read m the paper• and ,,ee on
 strongly about it -- and       is automahcally ex-         early abortion is 12         all pregnancies) was                                TV and experience all around -- rocketing hxmg co,,t',, energ_•
                                                            txmes      safer     than    self-induced ° Would a
 if you reverence human         communicated for doing
                                                            childbirth                   woman go to jail for                                shortages, gutless pohtlclans, unsafe ',treet',, •elfare me,,•e',, bur-
 hfe, you should feel           the abortion. I presume
                                                                Today a small vocal      murder for a self-                                  densome taxes, k•ds hooked on drug,, and booze, skuldugger• tn
 strongly about it -- you       that    any     eligible                                                                                     high places
 should join with others        physician      who     is   minority m the U S. is        induced aborhon?
                                                            whittling     away      at       During this past year,                              Tensions are compounded b•. •uch da.•-to-da•, trrttant• a• prod-
 to minimize and                Cathohc will notify the                                                                                      ucts that don't work right, slopp• ,,er•ces, •url• clerk',, and a
  eliminate     legalized       court m no uncertain        women's right to choose      pohtncal pressure on
  abortions There is a          terms But obstetrical        a safe and legal abor-       Congress from th•s                                 thousand other burrs.
                                                             tlon The hierarchy of                                                               Contemporary life is one ha,,sle after anofl•cr, v'e tell one anoth-
  group     of citizens
  working for a Human            (continuedonpagei6)         the Catholic Church and        t continued on page 16)                           er; e,,erything seems to be go•'ng do•nhfll
                                                                                                                                                 Well, nov,, •s all the glumness jusnfled ° Arethmg',reall•. a• bad
                                                                                                                                              as they seem? Or are v'e losing perspecn•c °
                                                                                                                                                 America still sets the standard for the • orld \hlhon', around the
                                                                                                                                              globe yearn forv,hat weha',e-- and take for granted There'•more
   letterS to the editor.                                                                                                                     opportunity and potennal here than anti, here (h•en lhc choice,
                                                                                                                                              v'here else would you rather h•e?
                                                                                                                                                 Maybe we in this country ha•e had fl•mg,, •o good for •o long
                                                                                                                                              that ohr •is•n has become dsstortcd to the point ,.,,here v,c tend to

 Hoofers and warblers sought
                                                                                                                                              magnify our problems, sothe•, become larger than the,• arc Set-
                                                                                                                                              backs are ,,iewed as calamltle', Trp.•a become,, trauma
                                                                                                                                                 Some have called this a period of entitlement on the part of peo-
                                                                                                                                              ple. Maybe the emphas•s on me, on ,,elf. u', lV•l,.,tlng our ,.alue,, and
 Totheeditor:                  the Southnngton Com-          First Congregational moving scenery are just                                     coloring our expectations e\ces',p.el}. Part of our problem could
                               munity an invitation to       Church on Tuesday and a few of the many ways
                                                             Wednesday, September new people who join us
                                                                                                                                              be too much self-preoccupation -- grat•flcanon at the expcn,,e of
   I would like to take        participate in an ex-
 this opt3ortunity to          citing,     worthwhile        4andSat7:30p.m.           get involved.                                          sacrifice.
 extend to members of          leisure time activity --        And don't let the term    This        musical,                                    To be sure, there are problems, plenl• of them. Troublc'• ha,.e
                               that of joining other         "tryouts" scare you       designed to be our                                     always been with us; always v,fll be Problems ha,,e beset e,.er.,, so-
                                                                                       contribution to the                                    ciety and every people, ours and olher•, dov. n through h•tor,. I
 •"    •'
 •,r':v•'•enn                  community members in          away. We are all Bicentennial will in-
                               producin,g a musical          atnateurs and we                                                                 without struggle, achle,,emem v•llhoot etlort, are ,,carceb ,.,.ortb
                               show as part of the           recognize that If you clude cast members of                                      savoring.
 ,,•l•,•'•ec                   Bicentennial celebra-         have a glimmer of all ages, singing and                                             True, there is much to be done But no other people ha',c ,.uch
                               tion, Meredith Wilson's       "ham" and a speck of dancing and the largest                                      an abundance of lhe knov,-ho,', and resource,, reqtnred 1o find
     ROCKFORD, ILL. --         Music Man.                                              orchestra Community
                                                             talent, visit our tryout Theater has had for                                     solutions
  The board of directors          While a great deal of      sessions and treat
                                                             yourself to finding out many years. We'd like
                                                                                                                                                 What's needed are a reav, akemng of v, fll. a bc,,tlrrmg of pur-
  of Elco Industries, Inc..     work does go into
  has declared an in-          producing a show of           that you probably have you to be a part of the                                   pose, a toughening of slnev,, an arousal of excellence And the,,e
  creased       quarterly      such magnitude, this          something very im- community effort.                                             all have to start v"lth each of us, a'• md•,.idual,,. We',.e all gol to
                               spare      time   work        portant to contribute.      We'd also like to think                              buck up.
  dividend of 25 cents per                                                             that      Southington
  share of common stock        provides those who join       Even if you• like to
  payable on September         m with opportunities to       mess arounn m paint-      Community Theater is
  14, 1979, to shareholders    learn from others, to         ing, let us put you to but one of the many
  of record August •1,         participate in an art,        work on sets. Or, if assets Southington has                                                                        NITED
  1979.                        and to gain from the          you're a frustrated to offer. Try us.. you'll                                                                     TECHNOLOGIES
     Elco/Sout•ington Di-       fellowshi• and fun that      electrician,        give like us!                                          Pratt & Wh•}ney Alrcraf! Group • Carrier Coroorat=on • Otis Group * Essex Group • Ham=lion Standard
  vision, Southington, and      occurs when a group of       yourself a chance to                                                 Sikorsky Anrceaft • Power Systems • Chemical Systems • No¢Oen Systems • Umted Technologies Research Center
  Acme Rivet and Mach-          people work closely          utilize your interest and
  ine Corp., Ridgefield,        together toward one          contribute to com-              Richard W. Conrad
  N.J. and Bristol, c•rm.,      goal.                        munity•;heatex. Make-                Southington
  are part of Elco Indus-          Tryouts from Music        up, dancing, sellin•
  triesInc.                     Man will be held at the      refreshments         an(]      Community Theatre
                       I I

8                                                                                                                                                                  The Observer, Thursday, August 23, 1979

                       ile                                  in the dark'
no ob , acle liar resident
b3 t-:lien l.ucas                                       keep my independence "
famll• h• lng editor                                        On October 17. Johnny wdl begin a training
                                                        session w•th a new grade dog at Guiding Eyes for
   A • ell kno• n South•ngton resident •s leaving for    the Bhnd in Yorktown Heights It costs $4,500 to
Ne• "• ork State on October 7, to partmipate in a 10-   prowde a h•ghly trmned guide dog to a blind per-
mile •Aalk a-thon through Mohansic State Park in        son Thin includes all costs w•th respect to the
Yorkto• n Heights                                        breeding, rmmng and trmmng of the dog, as well as
  What makes th•s trip so very special •S that the      the room and board and personalized instruction
man taking up the challenge is Johnny Angehllo, 78       for each blind md•wdual enrolled in the month-long
years old and bhnd for almost half a century             training session
Johnny ,• ill be helping to rinse money to defray the       Johnny •s anxious to contribute as much as
cost ol a ne• seeing-eye dog. His beloved Cace           possible to th•s cost, not just for h•mself, but, as he
died of k•dney fadure tMs past June, after rune         says, "because orgamzatious such as th•s one can
years of dedicated serwce.                              only continue to help those m need as long as they
  "She • as a lot more to me than just a grade,"        receive the support of the pubhc I'm thinking of all
sa3s Johnn.• 'She was my friend and companmn,            the young people who will come after me. and I
and [ nuss her terribly "                               know how the love and support of a grade dog can
  Johnn_• brought Cace home from the Cheshire            make all the d•fference m life "
Vetermarmn Hospital and lind her to rest •n a               Three Southington businessmen have already
garden plot beside his home on Main Street S•nee        begun a campmgn to help Johnny rinse the
then he has continued to do hm own errands around        necessary money •n pledges They are Billy
to•n       b) himself "'I don't feel free w•th just a    S•mone, Jim Wallace and John Buckman They are
cane he admits "'I really need the confidence of a       now m the process of enlisting the md of the town's
grade dog because it is very •mportant for me to         c•v•c orgamzat•ons, and are cons•denng the
                                                         possibility of bringing the campmgn door-to-door.
                                                            "Johnny means a lot to us and this town," admits
                                                                                                                 the 'bombs'burs ting in air...
                                                         S•mone "'And th•s is our •a.• of saying we really These Friday night fireworks at the Mary Our
                                                                                                                                                                               because of the day-long downpour, but hardy
                                                                                                                                                                               residents made the late afternoon chicken
                                                        care "                                                   Queen Fair lit up the sky shortly before the rains            barbecue anyway.
                                                            Orgamzers of the Walk-a-then note that Johnny
                                                         will be the oldest participant, and the only one        started. Saturda)'s activities uere uashed out
                                                        without a grade dog It •s primarily intended for
                                                         graduates of the trmmng program and thew family dentist
                                                        guides, but they have made an exception m
                                                        Johnny's case because of h•s enthusiasm and new in town
                                                        determination They are designating a proxy for
                                                         the Southmgton walker, however. "just m case,"             Dr M•chael Re•sman         Library Notes
                                                         says D•rector Bdl Heymen, "'he •s unable to go the      D D S. has opened a                by Marcia Sokolnicki
                                                        dmtance "                                                Southmgton practice m
                                                            But Johnny •s confident that he can keep up with Family Dentistry on
                                                        all the rest H•s staunch supporters m Southington Mer•den Avenue
                                                        intend to drive Johnny into Ne• York and guide              Son of Mr and Mrs           Learn      'how' at public library
                                                        h•m through the 10-male •alk They have opened an Melvin Re•sman of
                                                        account for the project at CIhzens National Bank, Waterbury,                     Dr
                                                        and are urging all of Johnny's friends and Re•sman                      graduated         Books and magazines                                 merc=als,           and
                                                        acqumntances to pledge as much per mile as they          from Boston umvers•ty at Southmgton Pubhc                                            Modeling," "How to
                                                                                                                 in 1973 wdh a B A L•brary can show you                                               Operate A Day Care
                                                        are able
                                                           Donatmns may be sent to CR•zens National in           degree•nBlology                how to start, how to                                  Home," "How to Stop
                                                        care of Walk-a-then, or dehvered to Simone                  He then went on to keep gmng, and how to                                          Worrying and Start
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Lwing '" And there are
                                                        Brothers on North L•berty Stret, Wallace's Jewelry earn h•s Doctor of stop' Ju.s,t lookmgunder
                                                        on Mmn Street or Flynn Pharmacy on Mare Street
                                                                                                                 Dental Surgery degree "How                 m the titles of                           many more ..
                                                                                                                 from the Georgetown the card catalog will                                                On Thursday, August
                                                                                                                 University School of show you a variety of                                           $3, at 6:30•,p.m.. the
                                                                                                                 Dentistry                  in humor, skills, and                                              Chase"' starring
                                                                                                                 Wash•ngton. D C.               commentary on just                                    W.C. Fields and "Way
                                                                                                                    On June 30 of th•s about anything Some                                            Down East" starring
                                                                                                                 year. he completed a examples.                                                       Lillian Gish will be
                                                                                                                 two-year       residency         "How D•d Sports                                     shown The program
                                                                                                                 program in Family Begin" .... How Do You                                             will last approximately
                                                                                                                 Dentistry at the Spank A Porcupine'•'"                                               two hours.
                                                                                                                 Umvers•ty of Con- "How Does It Work •''                                                  Looking ahead to
                                                                                                                 nectmut       School       of "How I Found Freedom Avoid                Automobile September"             The
                                                                                                                 Dental Medicine •n In An Unfree World " Acmdents," "How to be L•brary will be closed
    SLENDERIZING plus-size fashion                                                                               Farmmgton                      "How I Got To Be a Successful Failure," on Monday. September
                                                                                                                    Dr Remman and h•s Perfect .... How                    I "How to be a Survivor," 3, in observance of
                                                                                                                 wife Susan Karole have Mastered My Fear of "How to Become a Labor Day On Thurs-
                                                                                                                 a        1 5- m o n t h- o I d Pubhc Speaking "             Pdot," "How to Break day, a mowe Utled
                                                                                                                 daughter.             Mary       Also. "How to Analyze Into MoUon Pmtures. "Hohstic Health: The
                                                                                                                 Kathryn.                       Handwriting." "How to Television.               Cam- New Medicine" will be
                                                                                                                                                                                                      shown The concept of
                                                                                                                                                                                                      holistic health is based
                                                                                                                 Practice opens
                             For The Hard-To-Fit                                                                                             Weekend Bloodmobile                                      on the theory that
                                                                                                                                                                                                      healing only occurs
                                                                                                                     Donald F Salomone                                                                when body, mind and
                              CHUBETTES                                                                           announces the opening              "One hundred umts for one hundred years'"        spirit are •n balance
                                                                                                                  of h•s prachce of                That •s the goal for SoUthlngton's Bmentenmal       The film explains a
                                                                                                                  chiropractic           and       Bloodmobile scheduled for th•s Saturday.            number of techniques
                                                                                                                  nutrihon •n Southmgton           August 25, at the Natmnal Guard Armory on           and disciphnes, such as
                                                                                                                  Dr. Salomone formerly            Woodruff Street Hours are scheduled from 10        "energy flow," "en-
                                                                                                                  pracUced •n Plamvflle            am to3pm                                            vironmental psycholo-
                                                                                                                  for three years          He        "'This 100-umt goal •s a•rmus one," says            ,, "pare eontroF' and
                                                                                                                 received h•s bachelor of          Barbara Parutka, Blood Se•wces Consultant             nloteeanack."
                                                                                                                 science degree from               w•th the SoUthlngton R•!•)Cross Chapter.
                                                                                                                 Fairfi.eld University and         "Blood collections have been dramatically
                                                                                                                 the NaUonal College of
                                                                                                                 Chiropractic where he
                                                                                                                                                   low th•s summer, causing concern in the Red
                                                                                                                                                   Cross Farmlngton Division, the regional
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Tdwn Council
                                                         ' bes tfriend '" gone                                   also received his doc-
                                                                                                                 torate He resides m
                                                                                                                                                   d•stributmn center for all blood We really
                                                                                                                                                   need the help of all South•ngton residents right
                                                                                                                                                                                                       meets Monddy
                                                        Blind Johnny Angelillo kneels beside the grave of Farmington w•th his                      now !"
                                                                                                                                                                                                          The Town Council will
                                                        his departed seeing-eye dog, Cace. Using a cane to wife, Kathleen, who •s a                  Leukemic, cancer, surgery and accident
                                                                                                                                                   patie'•qts are in constant n'eed•of transfusions ,  meet next Monday,
                                                        get ar•ound town, .he says, threatens his in- pediatric nurse at the                                                                           August 27, at 8 p.m. in
                                                        dependence. He plans to train with a ne•t.•guide         University of Con-                Lately. the intake and outflow of donated,
                                                                                                                                                   blood has been imbalanced, with the                 the Town Hall Court
                                                         in October.                                             neeticut        Medical                                                               room. The proposed
                                                                                                                 Center Hm office •s               dmtributmn of blood far outweighing Rs in-
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Hatton School addition
                                                                                                                 located at 456 North              take.                                               and new police station
                                                                                                                 Main St., Southlngton.              "Please celebrate your town's birth," urges
    for the hard                                                                                                                                   Parutka, "by sharing life with a patient in         are possible topics for
    to-f•t g•rl                                                                                                                                    need. Become a supporter of the Bicentennial        discussion.
    who has a                                                                                                                                      Bloodmobile thin Saturday "'
    weight or
    problem                                                  Southington Fair                                                                   Who says Southlngton                                     Start Losing
         SIZES                                                                                                                                  is growing?                                              Weight Today
      8V• to 16•
     101/• to 18•                                                Aug. 25-26                                FEATURESsATURDAY
                                                                                                                                                We've already lost 33
                                                                                                                                                people at the Diet
                                                                                                    FAIR OPENS AT 12:00 NOON                    Center. 5,000 Pounds
                                                                 Chicken Barbeque                    CHILDREN'S GAMES 2:00                      lost in 7 months. Lose
                                                                 Saturd.a.y and Sunday                   ENTERTAINMENT                          17-25 Ibs. In 6 weeks.
                                                                                                       SATURDAY EVENING                          "Start thinking thin
                                                                    sta.r.t, lng at 12:00             ENTERTAINMENT 8 P.M.
                                                                                                                                                     for the Fall"
                                                                       'td sold out                  GIFT CARD DRAWING 8:30
                                                                                                            SUN DAY
                                                                                                                                                                            Cel. COhen R.N.
                                                                  Su Evening                 FAIR OPENS AT 12:00 NOON                    "( Cg ER )                  Dtet Center Counselor
                                                                                                                                                  •_-    -•/ Note our new address.
                                                                 Auction at 6:00 .m.                      ADULTGAMES
                                                                                                         ENTERTAINMENT                           •27 Meriden Ave.                                          FLYNN
                                                                      KnowlesAve. & Summit St.                                                        Southington - Phone 621.7628
                                                                                                                                                          We've moved to a large.r office to
                                                                                                                                                                                                        209 Main St.. Southlnglon
                                                                                                                                                                 betterserve yO•ll i
The Observer, Thursday, August 23. 1979                                                                                                                                                                                living -- 9

,Eileen Smith is married                                                                                             ',hurch addition plans advance
                                                                                                                  by Ellen Lucas                feet of church space
                                                                                                                                                should begin by late fall
                                                                                                                                                                              tern. There just aren't
                                                                                                                                                                              very many of them
                                                                                                                                                                                                      puledges in the near
                                                                                                                                                                                                         ture. Many of our
                                                                                                                  family living editor

to John Frank Kania
                                                                                                                                                of this year and, if all      around anymore."        church members are
                                                                                                                    As of this week, Saint      goes well, should be             The $512,000 already employed by Fafnir
                                                                                                                  Dominic parishoners           completed in one year's       paledged by the 700     Bearing in New Britain,
                                                                                                                  have pledged almost 70        time.                             milies       which  and the 18-week strike
   Eileen Margaret Smith, daughter of Mr. and                                                                      •ercent of the an-              Besides the new nave,      regularly attend Mass   has made it impossible
Mrs: A. Louis Smith of Bethleham. Ct.. was                                                                            pared cost of their       this addition will include    at Saint Dominic        for them to donate at
married August 10, to John Frank Kania, son of                                                                    new nave and sanc-            two      reconciliation       Church, will be formallythis time."
Margaret Kania of 333 Old Turnpike Road, Plants-                                                                  tuary. This church            rooms for hearing             collected over the next    Architect Machado
ville and the late John F. Kania.                                                                                 addition, estimated at         confession, a "cry"          three years. To defray  expects to complete his
   The ceremony was held at 5 p.m. at the Church of                                                               $750,000 is designed to        room for young children      immediate construction  plans for the addition
the Nativity in Bethlehem, w Lh the Rev. William J.                                                               seat 700, and was              and their mothers, mr        costs, the church in-   sometime in September,
Thuer officiating.                                                                                                designed by architect          conditioning and a choir     tends to obtain a       after which bids will be
   Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore                                                                Richard Machado, a             loft.   Stained glass        mortgage.       Neither •ought on the actual
an empire-waisted white gown with a Queen Anne                                                                    Southington resident           windows will be Jn-           Riccio nor the Rev.    construction.
fingertip veil. She caried a bouquet of daisies, pink                                                             and partner in the West        stalled on the north and     Walter Geraghty expect     Upon completion of
roses and baby's breath.                                                                                          Hartford firm of Van           south walls, as well as a    any problems in raising the project, the church
   Lorraine Smith of Naugatuck was maid of honor.                                                                 Velm,        Hayward,          10-foot diameter "rose        the remaining $247,000.will convert the area
She was dressed in a sky blue waisted gown with a                                                                 Shadford            and        Window," a feature of         "We are very en-       now used for all
matching headpiece, and carried a bouquet of pink                                                                 Associates.                    which      Riccio       •s    couraged by the        religious services into a
roses and baby's breath. B•idesmaids Leslie Smith                                                                    According to Building       especially proud. "Rose       remarkable support     full-time social hall.
of Bethlehem, Susan Linde of Glastonbury and                                                                      Committee Chairman,            windows must be cir-          which our parishoners  "This will give us the
Carol Hintz of Cheshire were dressed identically.                                                                 Vito Riccio,        con-        cular in design," he          have shown," says     chance," adds Riccio,
   The best man was David Le,2hy of Stuart, Fla.                                                                  struction on the ad-           says, "with a stained         R•cclo, "and expect that"to enlarge upon our
The guests were ushered by John Sabol and                                                                         ditional 10,000 square          glass symetrical pat-        others will be offering social functions. We
William Weldon of Vernon, and Robert Taylor of                                                                                                                                                         would like to serve
Southington.                                                                                                                                                                                           Sunday     communion
   The bride graduated from Seymour High School.                                                                                                                                                       breakfasts on a regular
She received a B.A. degree in Speech Pathology                                                                                                                                                         basis, and also provide

                                                                                                                   (,o ple celebrates
from the University of Connecticut and an M.S.                                                                                                                                                         bingo for all interested
                                                                                                                                                                                A     vote'r-making parishoners. We are
degree, also in Speech Pathology, from Southern                                                                                                                               session will be held at very excited about all
Connecticut State College. She has been employed                                                                                                                              the Town Hall on August the new opportunitis for
by the Hartford Public School system.                                                                                  rl
                                                                                                                    ,U "anniversary                                           28, from 7 to 9 p m
   The groom is a graduate of Southington High                                                                                                                                                         growth."
 School, and holds a B.A. degree in Economics from
 the University of Connecticut. He is presently a Eileen Smith Kania                                                Mr and Mrs Otto H           He is a past commander
 third-year law student at Suffolk University •n
 Boston, Mass.
                                                                                                                  Re•sch, of 496 Main St ,
                                                                                                                  Southlngton, observed
                                                                                                                                                of the American Leg,on,
                                                                                                                                                and was assistant chief
    After a reception at the Fountain Hearth, the
 newlyweds left for a honeymoon trip to the                Acupuncture clinic                                     their 60th wedding
                                                                                                                  anniversary on August
                                                                                                                                                for the Southlngton Fire
                                                                                                                                                Department He also
                                                           opens in Southington
 Bahamas Upon their return, they settled in                                                                                                     served on the Board of
 Hartford                                                                                                          20, ata family reception
                                                                                                                   held in'their honor at the   Directors of Bradley          Amber Ouellette             Matthew Crispino
                                                                                                                   summer home of thew          Mcmomal Hospital, and
Wedding plu'uned for                                         -Dr Richard J Sause,
                                                           optometrist, announces
                                                                                     acupunctunst in Hong
                                                                                     Kong and also m Fort
                                                                                                                   son, Jack, in the Pocono
                                                                                                                                                has volunteered much of
                                                                                                                                                his time to the                   A daughter, Amber
                                                                                                                                                                                                            A son, Matthew Eben
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Crispino, was born
                                                           the opemng of the         Eme, ontario, from 1972         Relatives and frmnds       Southlngton Association        Meghan Ouellette, was      August 13, at New
Marilyn Yur, .ak and                                       Memden-Southlngton
                                                           Acupuncture Centers at
                                                                                     to 1974 Emm•graUngto
                                                                                     the United States in
                                                                                                                   were present from
                                                                                                                   California, Ohio, New
                                                                                                                                                for Retarded CiUzens,
                                                                                                                                                FISH, the Southlngton
                                                                                                                                                                               born April 23, at New
                                                                                                                                                                               Britain        General
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Britain       General
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Hospital, to attorney
Andrew K. Freundlich                                       ffl5 East Mmn St m
                                                           Meriden and 176 North
                                                                                     1974. he was appointed
                                                                                     Vice President of the
                                                                                                                   York, Pennsylvama and        Red Cross and the
                                                                                                                                                Easter             Seals
                                                                                                                                                                               Hospital, to Donald and
                                                                                                                                                                               Maryann        Serafino
                                                                                                                                                                                                          and     Mrs.    Joseph
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Crisp•no of Hillside
                                                           Main St in Southington    Research Inshtute of          Connecticut                  Assoc•ahon       Several       Ouellette       of   154   Avenue in Plantsville.
                                                           Sharing his offices for   Acupuncture        and          The Reich family           years       ago,     the       Maplewood          Road,     The        maternal
                                                                                                                   •ncludes three children
                                                           the     practice     of   Chinese Medicine •n           -- Lois Weber of Butler,     Southlngton       UNICO        Southington                grandparents are at-
                                                           acI•puncture are Joseph   Mlddlebury, Ct, where         Pa , Robert Reisch of        club honored Relsch               Amber weigned 7         torney and Mrs. Ed-
                                                           L Kaplowe, M D, and       he became associated          Hamhn, N Y, and John         w•th its Gold Medal            pounds 5• ouflces, and     ward F. Hindle of East
                                                           Dr KI Kun Wan Dr           with Dr SungJ Llao           Reisch of Doylestown,         Award Now a reUred            measured 19• inches in     Greenwich, R.I.
                                                           Wan received his             Dr Wan was also                                          Southington c•tlzen, he       length                        The paternal grand-
                                                           medical degree from        associated with the          Pa There are also five        was employed for many            The        maternal     parents are Mr. and
                                                                                                                   grandchddren and five
                                                           Peking Umverslty in        M•ddlesex Acupuncture                                      years     as    factory       grandmother •s Mrs         Mrs. Ralph Crispino of
                                                            1958 and practiced        Center in Middletown         great-grandchddren
                                                                                                                     Mr and Mrs. Rmsch           supemntendent of the          James D. Serafmo of 76      Todd Road, Milldale.
                                                            surgery at the Chao       and •s currently chief       have been hfelong             Clark Brothers Bolt           Howard             Ave ,    Mrs. Beatrice Crispino
                                                            YangHosp]tallnPeklng      physician acupuncturmt       •embers of the First          Company.                       Southington.               of Buckland Street in
                                                            from 1958 to 1972 He      in the New Haven             Lutheran Church on               Mrs    Re•sch is a            The paternal grand-      Plantsville,    is   the
                                                            pracUced as physician     Acupuncture Center           Bristol Street. Mr            member of long start-         parents are Mr and          paternal great-grand-
                                                                                                                   Remch served on the           dlng of the Women's           Mrs. Emile Ouellette of     mother
                                                                                                                                                 Guild in her church, and      Bristol.                      Baby Matthew joins
                                                            Town families helped                                                    for
                                                                                                                   Church Counc,ltaught
                                                                                                                   many years, and               the Lutheran Church             Amber has a two-year      two brothers at home --
                                                                                                                                                 Women                         old brother, Gregg          Jesse, age 6, and Eric,
                                                            by ball at Aqua Turf                                     muay School classes                                       Aaron                       age 3

                                                              November 17 is the tertmnment by Tommy
                                                            date chosen for the Chute's Front Row
                                                            South•ngton Red Cross Center Band
                                                            Annual Ball at the Aqua     Th•s past year, $1560
                                                            Turf Club, announced th was given In immediate
                                                            Reverend Richard J aid to s•x families,                        Jeff.erson Federal Savinqs
                                                                                                                                  pay you a BONUS
                                                            Kieshng, local Chapter covering           thirteen
                                                            Chmrman.                  people
                                                              All proceeds will be      Only $163 41 •s left •n
                                                            used to aid local the Chapter Bank Ac-
Marilyn Louise                   Yurcak
                                                                                                                                  on your
                                                            families under the count "We need the
                                                            Southington Red Cross continued support of our
   Mr. and Mrs. George              M•ss         Yurcak Disaster Program $700 eommumty."                  says

                                                                                                                           Money Market Certificate.
 Yurcak of 1842 Meriden-         graduated         from     was raised at last year's Executive        D•rector
 Waterbury Road in               Waterbury       Cathohc ball Those attending Betty Kroher m urging
 •Iilldale, announce the         High School in 1971, and this year will be served Southington residents to
 tngagement of thmr              received a B S. degree hers d'oeuvres and              For     further     in-
                                 in Home Economics          buffet dinner served by
 daughter,      Marilyn                                     the Aqua Turf Club. formation, call the Red
 Louise Yurcak of Fort           from the Umversity of
                                 Connecticut. She is followed               by   en- Cross at 626-2600
 Lee, N.J., to Andrew
 Kenneth Freundlich,             empmyed as        a Mer-
 son of Mr. and Mrs.             c han•l•se Coordinator                                                                                                                                                                  Effective
 Werner Freundlich of            for     •Ietdisco      in         D & E GAS & OIL CORP                                                                            Rate                                                  Annual
                                  Hackensack, N.J.                                                                                                                                                                       Yield
 Upper Montclair, N.J.                                                       273 Canal St.
                                    Mr. Freundlich is a                                                                                   Effective rate from Thur.s., Aug. 23 through Wed., Aug. 29, 1979.
                                  graduate of Montclair                  Milldale 621-3205
                                  High School. He studied
                                  for his B.A. •n Business
                                  Administrat,ion        at        • , :• . -• ,•      NOW is the time to
                                  Franklin and Marshall           =]•.,,,•|• • •' have your Furnace
                                  College in Lancaster,          '-- --. ";• •        cle.a.ned.    DON'T
                                  Pa. He is employed as a      r•       ,•' |     • wa,t        until     the
                                  Merchandiser for            •______•_:•|_..•'•heating             Season
                                    The couple is planning    •                           o   •      .
                                  an October 13 wedding.       • Cal| No,..w                62 12205

                                           Joseph L. Kaplowe, M.D. &
                                           Dr. Ki Kun Wan
   Whatever type carpet you
   have, and wf•ever its                    announce the opening of the
   condition, Sm-viceMaster
   will give it individuol
   attention. Fact is, we have
   15 differeflt ways to
   clea• carpets.
                                                      Meriden-Southington                                                                                                                            Your Sawng= Insured to t40.000

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      family living                                                                                                  The Observer, Thursday, August 23, 1979

'Whistling Chimneys' open to public                                                                                      in the military
on upcoming Bicentennial House tour                                                                                       promoted...
  The       Historical 1977.
Society's Bicentennial     The chandelier in the
House Tour will begin at entry hall was placed in                                                                          Marine Sergeant Donald J Charette, son of
10 a.m. on September the home at the time of                                                                             Donald P. and Dorothy E. Charette of 35
15. One of the historic the original family The                                                                          Homesdale Ave, Southington, was recently
homes featured on the hying           room     is                                                                        promoted to his present rank and reenlisted
tour will be "•nistling beautifully furmshed                                                                             for four years while serving at Marine Corps
Chimneys" on South and includes glass                                                                                    Air Station in Yuma. Ariz
End Road, the residence candlesticks on the
of Mr. and Mrs. Edward mantle which were                                                                                   Clark D Searles, son of Mr and Mrs
Meyer.                   originally purchased for                                                                        Daniel Searles of 41 Fmldcvest Drwe,
  The house was built in the home.                                                                                       Southington, has been promoted to airman,
18:•/by Horace Webster,    In the front of the                                                                           after recently complehng technical training at
a direct descendant of house is a Ben Franklin                                                                           Lackland Aw Force Base m Texas. He serves
John Webster who was fireplace, one of thre6                                                                             as a security speciahst with a umt of the U.S
Governor of Connectmut which were also original                                                                          Air Forces inEurope •
in 1•.                   to this mid-1800s home.
  This Greek Revival       All persons •nterested                                                                        graduated ....
style home was placed in purchasing tickets for
on the National Register the House Tour may call                                                                           Airman Kev]n J Diak. son of Mr and Mrs
of Historic Places m the Historical Society                                                                              Joseph D]ak of 641 Jude Lane, Southington,
                                                                                                                         has been assigned to Lowry Air Force Base in
                                                                                                                         Denver, Col, following graduahon from the
                                                                                                                         U S Air Force av]omcs systems eqmpment
                                                                                                                         course He studmd the maintenance of in-
                                                            Bradley urges donors                                         tegrated awborne eqmpment and will now
                                                                                                                         serve with a umt of the Aw Trmnmg Com-
                                                            to replenish blood                                           mand
                                                                                                                           Spec 4 Lisa Stohmal, daughter of Allen J
                                                                The     Red     Cross    know how •mportant              Stohmal of 60 Mountain Vmw Road,
                                                             Bloodmobile will be at      your contribution can           South•ngton, recently completed the Band
                                                             Bradley        Memorial     be."                            Instrumentahst Course at the U S Army
                                                             Hospital on Tuesday,           Each donor gives Just        Element. School of Music. Norfolk. Va
                                                             September 4, from 1.30      shghtly less than one
                                                             to 5 30 p m Donors are      pint of blood, which
                                                             urgently        needed,     takes from four to 10             Pmvate Robert W LaPomte, son of Mr and
                                                             because the summer          minutes     The entwe           Mrs Sherman L•bb) of 269 Mum St,
                                                             months have seen a          procedure, which also           Southmgton. recently completed Arm) basic
                                                             substanhal reduction m      includes reg•strahon.           training at Fort Knox m Kentucky
                                                             the amount of blood         rest, and a snack, will
                                                             collected Thwty-three       probably be flmshed in            Navy Ensign Charles G Farley. son of
                                                             hundred      pmts     are   less than one hour              Fredermk G and Ellen S Far•e• of 77
                                                             needed each week to         "Surely." adds Mrs              Summit Farms Road. South•ngton l•as been
                                                             meet the needs of           Kroher, "you can spare          commissioned •n h•s present rank upon
                                                             patmnts m the state's       th•s amount of hme to           graduation from Officer Candidate School
                                                             hospitals                   help someone hve If
                                                                If you weigh 110         you have never been a             Mamne Pmvate Fwst Class Denms S
                                                             pound•, are between 17      donor, beg•n on Sep-            Gallagher. son of Bermce M and Edwin G
                                                             and 66 years of age. and    tember 4.        at   the       Gallagher of 14 Hill St. South•ngton, has
                                                             In good health, you are a   hospital "                      completed the Av]ahon Support Equipment
                                                             prospective        blood       The Bloodmobde umt           Technician's Hydrauhc Course
                                                             donor                       will be located in the
                                                                "The blood you give      lower level Conference             Navy Fweman Apprentice Marco "Festa. son
                                                            can help someone else to     Room, convenient to the         of Anthony and Gflda Testa of 47 Howard Ave.
                                                             hve,"      Red     Cross    visitors" parking area          Southmgton, was recently graduated from the
                                                            .Executive        Director   It •s the lot closest to        Basic Intermr Com•3h•ieations Electrmians
                                                            Betty Kroher reminds         Main Street       Walk-in       School. During the 16-wee]• course, he
                                                             residents      "Isn't •t    donors will be welcome          received instruction bf the skdls and technical
                                                             worth the few minutes       If you prefer to make an        requirements to operate and maintain sw•tch-
                                                             that •t takes • Some day    •appomtment. please             boards and ships' commumcations systems
                                                             you. or          someone    call Miss Goffred or Mrs
                                                               ou love. may need         Peasco at 621-3661
                                                             •lood Then you will                                         participated ....
                                                                                                                           Sgt Wilham F H]nkley Jr, whose parents
                                                                                                                         reside at 31 Deckert Drive in Plantsvdle.
                                                                1979 EXECUTIVEI                                          recently parhc]pated m an Arm)' Training and
                                                                                                                         Evaluation Program m Germany             The

                                                                DEMONSTRATORS                                            program was designed to evaluate individual
                                                                                                                         and umt effimency under s•mulated combat
                                                                                                   Discount Price
                                                                '79 Buick Electra           List                           Marine Lance Corporal Kaszmer J Arseyla
                                                                Park Avenue, 4Dr. =13,156                                Jr, son of Josephine R and Kaszmer J Ar-
                                                                                                                         seyla Sr of 318 Lazy Lane. Southmgton,
                                                                '79 Buick Electra          List                          recently participated m "Combined Arms
                                                                                                                         Exercme 5-79" m the Cahforn]a desert.
                                                                4 Door, White            =11,028                         designed to test the capabd•ty of a battalmn
                                                                                                                         a|rhft and to provide reabshc hve-fire
                                                               1979 Buick Elec. Park Ave.                   =9,725       training He is a member of 1st Battahon. llth
                                                                                                                         Marines. based at Marine Corps Base, Camp
                                                                                                                         Pendleton. Cabf
                                                              1979 Buick Elec. Limited                      =9,200
                                                                                                                           Marine Second Lieutenant James E
                                                              1979 Buick Le Sabre Limited                   =6,423       Brothwell. son of Edward F and Dorothy C
                                                                                                                         Brothwell of 93 Knollwood Road. South]ngton,
                                                                                                                         recently parhmpated m exercme "Sohd
                                                              1979 Cutlass Supreme Brougham                 s7,000       Shield-79" the 17th •n a serms of annual land
                                                                                                                         and sea exermses designed to emphasize
                                                              1979 Century Custom Wagon                     =6,840       command and control of md•tary forces He •s
                                                                                                                         air support control officer of Marine A•r
                                                              1979 Century 2 Dr. Custom                                  Support Squadron One. Marine Aw Control
                                                              • n AU-FU•. C•..W•0• =.*•.,.•w•* •,'•,•       so,oou       Group 28, based at Marine Corps Air Statmn.
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                                                                 '73 Toyota   '74 Plymouth
                                                                                                                           Andrew Corjulo. son of Mr and Mrs
                                                                                                                         Robert Corjulo of 189 Shweky Lane,
                                                                                                                         Southmgton, recently enlisted m the Army's
                                                                                                                         Delayed Entry Program whmh will allow
                                                                '74 Buick Skylark         '75 Chevrolet                  him fo take up to one year before reporting for
                                                    LOANS                                                                achve duty. He begins a seven-week basic
                                                                ,,:,r. S2495 Monz S 1995                                 course September 11, and •s also slated for
                                                                                                                         specialized training as a generator and
                                                               '74 Olds Cutlass              '73 Mercury                 wheeled vehicle mechanic Corjulo is • 1979
                                                                                                                         graduate of South]ngton High School
                                                               W.onS2395                 2Dr.      s1395
                                                                                                                                  DR. RONALD V. SPARANO
                                                                                                                                       3                 -
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                                                                                                                                       is pleased to announce
                                                                                                                                         The Opening of His
                                                                                                                                        Office in Southington
                                                                BUICK • OLDSMOBILE
                                                                                                                              645 Main Street                  Telephone
                                                                  1461 Farmington Ave. Rte. 6                             Plantsvllle, Conn. 06479             628-0605
                                                                         Bristol 589-4444                                                   Hours By Appointment
                  , Thursday, August 23, 1979                                                                                                                                                                                                    li

Town tennis tourney__

Pilarski, Ramsier win
   The Pilarski's attempt to   Sullivan, but his sister,       a row this brother-sister
wm the men's and women's       Cindy, lost in the finals to    combination         won    both
singles titles in the Town     Robin Ramsier for the           singles titles m the town
Tennis Tournament this year    women's championship.           tennis classic.
fell short by one. Steve         Had Steve and Cindy been         The       Pilarski-Sullivan
Pltarski won the men's         able to pull it off, it would   encounter was the same
crown in a battle with John    have been the second year in    matchup as last year's
                                                               finals. In '78, Steve won 7-6, 6-
                                                               2. This time around the
                                                               Central Connecticut State
                                                               College sophomore had to
                                                               battle back after losing the
                                                               opening match, 4-6, to win 6-
                                                               3, 6-1. Sullivan has captured
                                                               the crown three times in
                                                               recent years.
                                                                  The more youthful Pllarski
                                                                took advantage of his plus in
                                                                that direction and seemed to
                                                                turn it around when he got
                                                                his second wind in the last
                                                                two matches In the begin-
                                                                ning, Sullivan's serves were
                                                                strong and he won the first
                                                                match with solid volley play
                                                                He was rushing up to the net               hot corner action
                                                                and making Pllarski play his               A member of the Jefferson Federal softball team slides                It was quite a season for the winners a• related
                                                                game                                       into third against Secondo's Gym during the recent Town               below.
                                                                   In the last two matches,                Softball League championship playoffs, won by Jefferson.
                                                                Pilarski came up with

                                                                   himservlngOUt OfimvrovedtrOuble Andas
                                                            steve didn't lose a serve in
                                                                                                           Jefferson Federal                                                                    won                   it        all

                                                                                                           in town softball this season
                                                            his last two sets
                                                              A crowd of over 40 was on
                                                            hand to watch the Sulhvan-
                                                            Pllarskl confrontation and
                                                            they weren't let down as both                  b) Jim Senich                    helped carry them to the big         (seven) and sac flies (six • In   with     Secondo •          l'hll
                                                            players played some ex-                        sports editor                    triumph. And, as their               the title winning games           D'Agostlno had pllciwd
                                                            cellent tennis                                                                  skipper said. "Defense was a         against Secondo's Gym,            masterful game ox er Bo rr3
                                                              As for the women's singles.                      Many times you have to       factor, too " And that it was        Dibble smashed a home run         Rubbish.       the
                                                            Robin Ramsier. a senior this                   walt a long time for             as their air-tight "D" pulled        in one of the triumphs and a      division champs tie
                                                            year at SHS. and the number                    something really good to         of 28 double plays                   double along with three           Barry's 2-0. allotting
                                                            one player on this past                        happen Well, for the Jef-            In sweeping to a cham-           ribbles in the clincher           but two h•ts •both b)
                                                            spring's Lady Knight team,                     ferson Federal Bank softball     pionship season such as this.           The championship series        Rousseau• and had
                                                            played consistent tennis m                     team, it was a nine-year         there has to be many heroes           was played at Recreation         h•mself The b•g h• m
                                                            defeating Cindy Pdarski, 6-3                   walt but it was worth it          No two or three players can          Park on August 15 It was to      one was a grand siam
                                                            and6-1                                         They are the Town Softball        do it alone The team stats           be a best-of-three series        Jim Fazzalaro
                                                               Robin lost the first nine                   League          champs      in    prove this point all of the          Jefferson needed but two            In order to gain the
                                                            points in a row, but then got                  Southmgton                        starters hit 359 or better           games to wrap it up They          for the champmnq•p
                                                            her act together and charged                       "It was like a dream come      "'And the lineup was strong         won the opener 11-6 and           with Secondo'•
                                                            to victory Her high school                     true." said an elated Frank       from top to bottom," com-            pounded their opponents 16-1      had to defeat Barrx -
                                                            coach. Dan Murawski, stated                    Smole, who has managed the        mented Smole, glvlng credit          in the mtecap "'We aren't a       Bemde thaw 2-o v`m
                                                            ,a--a:, interview with the                     team all of its nine years m      to the last hitter in the lineup,    partying team." said Smole.      also tore into their opp,•
                                                            Observer this past spring,                     existence "We had some            Tom Byron, for going eight-          "but I must admit, we did         15-10. after trailing 8 2 n•
                                                             "Robin spends the first                       clutch hitting and superb         for-10 in the last four playoff      celebrate that victory along     point Paul Adamov`•, •
                                                            portion of a match seeking                     defense Even when we were         contests                             with      our     win    over    Buck Green led flw
                                                            out her oppponent's                            confronted with injuries --          The leading hitter on the         Southmgton Savings to win        ade •th three tnl< each
                                                            weakness -- and every tennis                   and we had a few -- our           team m averages was third            our division "                   former laced a home run
                                                            player has a weakness Once                     bench strength took over."        baseman Ed Pavlat, who hit              The winning pitcher in both   added three nbb•c•
                                                            she finds it she goes to work                  he added                          a crisp 615 (24/39• He also          games over Secondo's was         Dibble also recorded
                                                            on it and wins the match "                         Jefferson finished the       led the team last year at .587        the man responsible for          RBIs mthat •m
                                                            And that's exactly what                        season at 24-3. they were 16-2        In the slugging depart-          chucking Jefferson to all its       Jefferson had lhc
                                                             Robin did in her title match                   in regular season play.          ment, Lee Dibble had a               triumphs this season, Phil       team that could
                                                            with Cindy Pllarskl Her                        winning the northern division     slugging mark of 882' He             D'Agostmo      In that 16-1      and whip their
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   They d•d •t t•me
the champs                                                  serves and ground strokes                       title, and 8-1 m the playoffs    also topped the club in total        bombing. Phil helped himself
                                                                                                                                                                                  with the bat by hitting a        again thin season        i I,•,
Ste•e Pilarski, in top photo, and Robin Ramsier grabbed the were on the button after                        Their incredible team bat-       bases, along with Paul
men's and women's singles titles in the Town Tennis Tour- those first nine points and                       tmg average of 441, an all-      D'Agoshno, with 60, the most         homer and driving m three
                                                             Robin breezed to victory.                      time record for the club,        RBIs (36). home runs                 runs Going into the series                (continued on   l,,a 2e I-,

  Senich's Sportscope                                                                                              No dearth of SHS sports news
                                             first 500 campaign three seasons ago                     And they have. already. The Knights            bttly hazy. but it seems Tim hurt his                Pedrohnl has been teltt
                                              (8-8) However, those three teams also                 were to have former Plainmlle High               back last spring and in over-                     chemistry at the high schnol
                                             included Val DePaolo, one of the best                  speedster Tim Mason in the backfield             compensating for that injury he came              years now He v`as an assistant tlll(]tq
                                             high school players in New England                     now that he's officially signed and              up with a knee m•ury "It's a slight               D'Angelo for two years in '66
                                                Now the powers that be must choose                  sealed for SHS but a knee injury has             cartilage problem," sighs Tim "I've               "I left to go to grad schnol v`im
                                             a successor. If they don't select Joe                  cropped up on Tim and he may not                 been to a doctor about it He told me I            would have conflicted ,,•lth in.x
                                             Daddio, the jayvee coach the past two                  play                                             can play but I'll need rehabilitation             mg duties," says Pedrohnl "'But
                                             seasons, they're missing the boat. Joe                   'fll be there." Tim told me in a               The team's trainer •Bob Mastnannl)                glackto be back I've been a• a.', trom
                                             knows the game and has great rapport                   phone conversation last week "I've               will work with me on it I'll be okay "'           for awhile, but I'll get back into
                                             with the girls. He ran a summer camp                   run with pain before This won't be                  Maybe. Maybe not The word is.                  swing of things l'll be coachln•
                                             at the high school recently sponsored                  anything new for me I'll be in camp              there will be more tests taken to                 jayvee team which makes me
                                             by the team's parent group. The turn-                  and ready to run "                               determine the extent of the injury                You don't have to worr.• about the
                                             out was large and the girls learned a                    The story behind the knee inlury is a          Surgery might be required If that is              win, win concept, just progre'•,,
                                             lot about the game                                                                                      so, all the plans Tim had for playing             players I got a little carried ,iv,
                                                Just give the job to Joe Daddio Then                                                                 football, basketball and track for SHS            that winning thing before, bu! I
                                             come out and watch the difference on                                                                    would more than likely go down the                different man this time around
                                             the court                                                                                               drain.                                                The new assistant coach ha,, a
                                                As for the SHS football team, they're                                                                   And Tim Mason is one fine talent He             background in football tie pla•ed
                                             about to head for summer camp in                                                                        runs the 100 m less than 10 seconds He             Maloney before heading for
                                             Washington, Conn. at beautiful                                                                          is not afraid of contact as a running              Connecticut State College
                                             Rumsey Hall School, located in the                                                                      back                                               played under Jeff Do• M!el •,,ll,
                                             verdant green pastures in the north-                                                                       Strange, this corner heard there                he also played some senr,-pr, I,,,l;
     The news is hot and heavy on the SHS    west part of the state. Hopes are high                                                                  were some players upset at Tim                     the Menden Shamrocks And
  sports scene, even though the opening      for this year's team. They had a great                                                                  coming to SHS, taking a starting slot              back
  of school is a couple of weeks away --     jayvee team last year which lost but                                                                    away from a Blue Knight who entered                   "I have a lot of re.•pec!
  or maybe more than that if the teach-      one game. They have some talent and                                                                     the school right from junior high school           D'Angelo," stated Pedrohm
  ers decide to strike.                      beef returning from the '78 squad. A                                                                    here in town I find that reasoning                 has two .fine assistants m Bob
     At last week's school board meeting,    talented crop of sophomores will add to                                                                 strange. If it's for the good of the team          neben and Jim Conat.• I'm c,,
  in the midst of all the excitement         the solid roster                                                                                        -- and the addition of a running back              enjoy working with them
  centering around the teacher's                So, what's coach Dom D'AngeFo                                                                        with Mason's speed would be a                         The summer camp • fll inch.I,
  demand for too,re money, the               worried about? Well, Dom's a veteran                                                                    tremendous asset -- as long as                     70 eager gridiron enthus•a-.I- l'
  resignation of girls basketball coach       coach, having been head man for the                                                                    everything was done on the up and up.              begins this Saturday when Ow
   Lois Busa was rendered. She had            Blue Knights since 1966. "I've been in,                                                                 if it's better for the team, let's play           bead for the "hills "" The.• 'II
  coached the Lady Knights' hardcourt         this-business too long to get carried                                                                   him ! Put him in the lineup !                     with their annual game agams!
   team the past six years.                  away this early," he told me recent-                                                                        Meanwhile, there will be a new name            Cross High School of Wa!erbu|x
     During]ast year's basketball season,     ly. "I feel we have a nic,e group of kids                                                               on the football coaching staff A1                 last day of camp on Saturda.• m.rnmg.
   this reporter wrote a column on the       coming to camp. There s a lot of talent                                                                  Pedrolini will replace Mike Glanelh,              Sept 1 at 10:00 "There's no
   need for a better program at the high      there. They've worked hard in                                                                           who left the coaching and teaching                added coach D'Angelo "Tell
   school for the girls. Busa had produced    preparation since last season ended.                   Dom D'Angelo SHS                                 profession last December Mike had
                                                                                                                                                      joined coach D'Angel• when Dom took
                                                                                                                                                                                                         fans to be there."
 .•inntng seasons for the Kmghts the          But, that's no guarantee. Strange
 •[•hst twp years (13-5 and 11-7) and its     things can happen."                                    football coach                                   over the reigns in '66.
 12-- sports

                                                                                                                                                          outdoor scene
                                                                                                                                                           by Wally Peidl

                                                                                                                                                            Camping has sure                                       Forest in Region III,
                                                                                                                                                         come a long way from                                      and Pachaug State
                                                                                                                                                         the days of tents and                                      Forest in Region IV.
                                                                                                                                                         sleeping bags Today a                                       Because of the
                                                                                                                                                         camper can have all the                                   realtlvely low demand
                                                                                                                                                         comforts of home while                                    for this type of camping,
                                                                                                                                                         being away from home                                      the sites are available
                                                                                                                                                            For the hunter or                                      free of charge. Since
                                                                                                                                                         fisherman, a camping                                      these natural areas
                                                                                                                                                         area can be •ust the                                      need time to recuperate
                                                                                                                                                         thmg for a wee• or two                                    from their use during
                                                                                                                                                         of solid relaxation and                                   the ca.mpmg, season, no
                                                                                                                                                         the enjoyment of his                                      camping is allowed
                                                                                                                                                         sport                                                     from March 1 to April
                                                                                                                                                           The state of Con-                                       25.
                                                                                                                                                         necticut is far from                                        William Miller of the
                                                                                                                                                         nearsighted             in                                Parks and Recreation
                                                                                                                                                         providing sportsmen                                       Unit says, "'We regret
                                                                                                                                                         with camping areas           site is a heavily wooded     that we don't have more
                                                                                                                                                         with recreational op-        area. Fl.shing., hiking      camping fac|lities. We
                                                                                                                                                         portunities                  and swimming are             hope to develop more in
    safe return                                                                     doubles play of the Town Tennis Tournament. Player on left              In the early part of      available to both            the future, especially at
    The t•o players shown abo•e •ere involved in a mixed                            is Kazimierz Peszko while the other is Peter Losacano.               the season, fishing is a        New this season to the    areas that offer a
                                                                                                                                                         major draw at certain        camping system is a         swimming potential I

 Double ,, play finale in tennis
                                                                                                                                                         campgrounds                  facility for boaters         hope that in view of the
                                                                                                                                                           Areas      like     the    traveling down the           fact that funds are tight,
                                                                                                                                                         Housatomc Meadows in         Connecticut       River      we might be able in the
                                                                                                                                                         Cornwall Bridge and          Hurd State park has         next few years to utilize
  Action in the Town            to press, the semi-finals     Pllarski and Ramsier teams drews byes in the                 round of action, they         American Legion State        been outfitted with pit      the Young Adult Con-
Tennis Tournament is            had been completed.         drew a bye in the opening round of play.                       defeated Tom Carretta         Forest in Pleasant           toilets and drinking        servation           Corps
coming down to the                 The team of Sue Perry opening round of play           In an opening round               and Pete Germame (3-6,        Valley. which offer          water for overnight         program for site work
wire Steve Pilarskl and         and Diane Briggs had and followed that with a          match, Connie and                   6-3, 6-4• before bowing       excellent fishing, are       stays by boaters            and construction. We'd
Robin Ramsier have              defeated Connie and triumph over Adrianna Ursula Prlsco got by                             to    Welchsel       and      very crowded in late         Reservations can be         like to provide with as
wrapped up the singles          Ursala Prisco 16-3. 4-6, Byron and Abigail Beverly Henkel and Sue                          Sulhvan                       spring                       made through DEP            many sites spread
crowns, as related in           6-1• to advance to the Losacano -- who also Whalen (6-7, 6-4, 6-3),                          As for the "B"                American Legion •s         Region III 295-9523         geographically through-
page 11 story Now it's          finals and clash with drew an opening round followed that with a 6-3,                      division. Dick Burbank        especially       popular        Although the camping     out the state as
on to the doubles               Cindy Pllarski and bye -- by scores of 6-3, 6- 4-6, 6-4 victory over                      and Ken Paradis had            because of its large, half   season ends     •)•ssible, which will also
  The semi-finals and           Robin Ramsier, who 3             McNellis        and Sylvta andSandy Mauro                advanced to the finals         acre sites Other inland      September 30, a limited           helpful with the
finals in the women's           won their semi final Macioce were winners but then fell to Perry                          along with Steve and           •rks are noteworthy          number of facilities        present gas shortage "
and men's divisions             match      over    Judle over Julie Jameson and and Brtggs m the semis                    Cliff Pllarski         The        cause of other out-       remain open for off            The brochure Cam-
were set for this Wed-          McNellis and Sandy Lisa Nadwairski (6-3, 6-              The men's bracket is             winners of the -A" and        standing features             season campers. One         ping in Connecticut.
nesday and Thursday             Mamocet3-6,7-5.6-41.       2). Both of the latter two broken up into A and B               -B'" divisions will play        Macedonia Brook. the       campground in each of       which contains the
evenings at Recreation                                                                divisions. In "'A" play,            for the overall men s         largest inland state          the state regions is open   application        for   a
Park As this editton of                                                               John Welchsel and John              division      croton     on   park,      provides       a   from Oct 1 to Feb 28 for    campsite reservation,
The Observer was going                                                                Sulhvan, last year's                Thursday                      wilderness        setting     campers on a first come     as well as a complete
                                                                                      men's doubles champs,                  The P•'larskl's drew a     Many of the campsites         first serve basis           hstmg of all the camp-
                                                                                      advanced to the finals in           bye in the opening round      are      located        on       Camper's stays are       grounds, may be ob-
Volleyball                                                                            their class by whipping             of play Then they took        Macedonia Brook itself,       hmitedto three nights.      tained from the DEP
                                                                                      Mike Patenaude and                  Bruce Smedberg and                                          with a mandatory ab-        Parks and Recreation
                                                                                                                                                        where fishing is a
                                                                                      Emc Erickson (3-6, 6.3,             Phil Serafino •6-2. 7-6•      popular sport                 sence of 24 hours before    Unit,      State    Office
at SHS                                                                                6-4) and Dennis Stanek
                                                                                      and Bob McMillan (6-3.
                                                                                                                          before laying defeat on
                                                                                                                          Kevm Crofton and Stan
                                                                                                                                                           Mashamoquet Brook
                                                                                                                                                        in Pomfret Center has
                                                                                                                                                                                      returning to the same
                                                                                                                                                                                      campground The off-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Building,       Hartford,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Coun 06115 Maps of
                                                                                      6-2).   Sullivan     and            Mach 16-1, 6-3) The           two campsttes which           season campgrounds for      each campground are
   Tryouts for          the                                                           Weichsel will take on               latter      team      had     compliment each other         this     season      are    also available from this
Southington High School                                                               Dom DiNeno and Rich                 defeated            Barr•     in the settings they          Housatonic Meadows          office, so that campers
volleyball team are                                                                   Macioce, who defeated               Weichsel       and    Bob     offer The Wolf Den Site       State Park in Region I,     can choose a particular
being held this week at                                                               Bruce Belanger and                  Crookes       (7-5.    6-1)   provides open field           Kettletown State Forest     site at a park
the htgh school gym                                                                   Mike Brown 6-3.7-6. Bob             •arlieP Weichsel arid         camping,
They are being con-                                                                   Blair and Jim Paradis               Crookes •on          their    Mashamoquet Brook             Cockaponset        State
ducted by coach Ed                                                                    (7-6, 7-6) and John                 opening round match
Malczyk Monday thru
                                                                                                                                                        Connecticut Fishing Advisory
                                                                                      Lessor       and     Joe            against Tom B,•ron and
Friday from 9 a.m. until                                                              Saradnsa (6-2, 6.3 )                Pete Losacano 16-7.6-4.
noon. All girls entering                                                                In opening round play             7-6)
grades 10, 11 or 12 are                                                               of the "A'" division, Rlt              Burbank and Paradis
eligible to try out for the                                                           and WayneSimone took                drew a bye in the             inland fishing                  Kokanee fishing is        Quaddlck Reservoir all
team.                                                                                 Ed and Steve Nyerick                opening round        They                                   fair to good at night on    reporting      excellent
                                                                                      16-2, 6-3). but the                 then met and beat Bob           Fair to good trout          East Twin Lake and          fishing
                                                                                      Simones fell to Bruce                 Carretta and Pete           fishing is reported           West Hill Pond                 Good black crappie

    Genest                     Little League campers                                  Belanger and Mike                   Gyrko •6-2, 6-3• and          during morning and              Good bass fishing is      fishing is reported from
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Lakes       Zoar     and
                               Three Northern Little League players are shown Brown (6-1. 7-6). The                       Steve Satahno and Jim         evening hours on the          reported at Pachaug
                               with their counselors at the Green Acres L.L. latter two then went on                      Buccherl 16-2, 6-21 The       Farmlngton       River.       Pond, Lake-of-lsles.
   Motors                      Summer Camp recently in Hills Grove, Pa. Pic- to play and lose to
                               tured left to right, they are: coach Tom Stull, Ed DiNenoandMacioce(6-
                                                                                                                          latter teamhadknocked
                                                                                                                          off Tony Mauro and
                                                                                                                                                        Roaring Brook. Fenton
                                                                                                                                                        River      and      the
                                                                                                                                                                                      Quaddick Reservoir.
                                                                                                                                                                                      Wllhams Pond, Gardner
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     The     Connecticut
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  River is providing good
                                                                                                                                                        Wllhmantlc-no-kdl at-         Lake,      Candlewood       fishing for northern
                               Valauskas. John Ferrucei, coach Bart Bellairs and 3, 7-6). In Patenaude                    John Nichols (6-2, 6-4)
    Inc.                       Joe Ferrucci0                                          and Erickson's opening              after drawing
                                                                                                                          opening round bye
                                                                                                                                                  an    ea
                                                                                                                                                           Several lakes are
                                                                                                                                                                                      Lake. Lake Zoar, Lake
                                                                                                                                                                                      Llllinonah, Bantam
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   marine fishing
                                                                                                                          Mauro and Nichols had         providing good trout          Lake      and      Lake
    Used Cars                                                                                                             defeated Nick Franco
                                                                                                                          and Steve Rothman ( 6-0.
                                                                                                                                                        fishing These include
                                                                                                                                                        East     Twin    Lake,
                                                                                                                                                                                        Flsh•.g for panfish is
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Bluefish are providing
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    excellent fishing at the
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14 -- sports                                                                                                                                                                 The Observer, Thursday, August 23, 1979

Legion baseball roundup includes                                                                                                                                                   ure dilemma
by Jim Senich                                                                                 have to play legion ball.     D'Amato, recorded a 5-4     Those players eligible
sports editor                                                                                 "What would that do to        mark along with a fine   to return next season
                                                                                              the Babe Ruth team,"          2 88 ERA. And Bob include:            D'Amato,
     The baseball season                                                                      he asks?                      Wright was 3-1 and 3.31 Dellaquilla, Fanelli,
 for Southington's Post                                                                         So the problem exists.      IERA) while Rob Ar- Greg Granger, Mackie,
 72 team has ended Now                                                                        If there's an answer, it      chacki was 3-2 and 3.50 Martino, Dave and Paul
 it's time to digest the                                                                      isn't apparent yet. "I        •ERA)                    Myslenski, Palmese,
 team's and player's                                                                          made a date to talk with         Paul Palmese had the Dan Raymond, Ton-
 stats,       give    some                                                                    the legion people last        top batting average at notti, Rick Valliere and
  thought as to lust how                                                                      fall," states Fontana.         295 and the powerful Wright
  this team performed                                                                         "They didn't open up          outfielder         fr•,m    Just what the 19•0
  their new surroundings                                                                      the lines of com-             Plainvflle also ranked season will hold for Post
  • zone 1 ) this year, and.                                                                  munication. I did. We         number one in home 72 only time will tell. In
 of course, start making                                                                      talked but nothing was        runs (4) and RBIs (18)   the meantime, they're
 plans for 1980                                                                               resolved I told them,         Another Blue Devil, going to celebrate this
     Right now. the main                                                                      we had a great baseball       Steve Martmo, was only •ast season with a
 question is. will coach                                                                      program here just a few       a point behind Palmese     anquet on August 28 at
  Bob Krystopa be back"                                                                       short years ago Now           at .294 along with 16 Legion Hall
 That's questionable at                                                                       where are we'• When we        ribbies Catcher Don        The featured speaker
 this moment He may or                                                                        had the night league          Dellaqmlla came in with at Post 72's banquet will
 may not "I'll have to                                                                        team with all the SHS         a 274 batting mark and be Bill Hollawaty, the
 gl•e •t some serious                                                                         players        playing        was second in RBIs with head baseball coach at
 thought." he smd in a                                                                        together, we developed        17 And more than a few Eastern Connecticut
 recent lnterwew with                                                                         a team attitude and it        of those ribbies came in State College       Also
 this reporter                                                                                carried on into the high      game winning situa slated to speak at the 7
     Bob didn't have to sa?                                                                   school team Now the           t •ons                   p.m. dinner will be head
 it but the fact is. unless                                                                   players are all over the         The leading base coach Ron Jones of
 there are better                                                                             place "                       stealer on the team was Plainville High School.
 relations with SHS                                                                                                         Wolcott's Steve Carlotta
                                                                                                                            •ho pilfered 38 bases in
 coach John Fontana, •t                                                                        '79 geason
                                                                                                                                                       MD games
 wouldn't be worth going                                                                                                    43     attempts,       a
 through another season                                                                           As for the legion         tremendous percentage
                                                                                                                            Steve also was runnerup
 next year similar to the      Paul Palmese                                                    team's play this past
                                                                                                                                                                                   Don Dellaquilla
 horror of '79
     Blue Knight coach         he was team's top slugger
                                                                                               season, Krystopa was
                                                                                               pleased, with all things
                                                                                                                            ,o runs scored with
                                                                                                                              Dave Myslensk• was       a success                   the catcher with clutch bat
 Fontana made no bones                                                                         concerned "We were in         tops at 19

                                                                                                                                                                                   Falcon golfers play
 about •t, he didn't want        Fanelh                      play the best players I           the toughest zone in the         Getting back to hit-
 hm players performing             There were a few          have, no matter which             state and we took 'em         ting. the name Palmese The            Muscular
                                                                                                                                                         SOUTHINGTON .--
 for the Legion team            more who played for          town the• hve in We               right down to the wire,"      popped up at the top of
                                                                                                                                                       Dystrophy Association's
                                                                                                                             the hst ]n slugging benefit softball double-
                                                                                                                                                                                   in Rochester, N.Y.
 L'nless the) could all         awhile but when they         trmd to al•pease John by          he commented
 play together, as a            were confronted with         offering sponsorship of              Post 72 finished at 18-   averages, he produced header held Sunday at
 team. he was dead set          the fact they would have     a team in the Babe Ruth           10 in zone play, in a tm     a phenommal 514 in Southington High School
 against legion ball for        to choose between            League. •th the offer             for a s.econd w•th Sims-     that      all-important netted "about $400 in the
                                                                                                                            category       Dellaquflla                               The P•olish Falcons of Joe, came in third place
 his players And that           legmn and Babe Ruth          including     umforms.            bury Bristol, for the                                   clear," according to        America held their in the men's scoring
•as and will remain an          ball. the) selected the      bats. balls all the               fourth straight year.        and Myslensk• were
 ]mpossibthty s•nce the         latter                       equipment they •ould             copped the title, but not     next at 428 each That organizer          Evelyne       eleventh        annual     Other local Falcon
                                                                                                                            latter paw also led the    LaBar                       national golf tour-      members who made the
legion team takes m               It seems certam            need. but he turned us           before the two second                                      Channel      3    beat    nament in Rochester, trip to Rochester were:
such areas as Plmnvllle         Krystopa wants a better     dov, n That wa), some             place teams gave them         club       ]n   doubles
                                                                                                                                                       channel 8 by 14 to 8, and   New York, on August 10 Mr and Mrs Donald
and Cheshire The team          relationship        with     of the players could              a run for their money          , Dellaqudla, eight • and
•as filled primarily           Fontana if he's to come      have played on both                  The leading hurler on
                                                                                                                            triples •M)slenskL had the Southmgton by 25 to
                                                                                                                                                       tromped WNTY
                                                                                                                                                                                   and 11. The event was Morin, Mr and Mrs
                               back "'We understand         teams '"                                                        SIX )                                                  run by the Rochester Chester        Dabrowskl,
wah Plamwlle H•gh                                                                             the squad was Dave                                       5   "or     something       Falcons, Nest 52, and Chief and Mrs Joseph
players this past season       John's feehngs to a             Fontana says he was            Myslenski            who         The      team    stats ridiculous like that,"
                               certain degree." the         against that        idea                                                                                               drew golfers from Sollack, Mr and Mrs.
Only four SHS players                                                                         fashioned a diminutive        showed them averaging LaBar said.                      twenty nests and nine James Shanley. Mr. and
remained with Post 72          legion coach has stated      because ff both teams             1 94 earned run average                                    "We had a very nice
                                                                                                                            four runs a game. three                                states                   Mrs Richard O'Hala,
this year. Bob Archacki        on several occasions         were slated to play on            while posting a 3-1           stolen bases, one error, crowd," LaBar said of           Millie O'Hala of the Mr. and Mrs. Edward
•who quit towards the          this past season "He         the same day -- whmh              record Southpaw Joe           s•x hits, five strikeouts the 300-odd people who
                               wants to keep his            would be a distinct                                                                                                    Southington        Lady Hika,    James       Cox,
tail end of the season k                                                                      Tonnotti was 4-2 with an      and four walks The attended the event                  Falcons brought home Charles Kern,         Terry
Bob      Wright.      Scott    players together in a set    possibility on several            ERA of 2.21 Another           p•tchers averaged six "I'm more pleased than           the trophy for winning Carlson,            John
Mackie and Emil                lineup But I have to         dates -- they would               left-hander.        Keith     strikeouts and three I can say The teams               the Calloway division in Degumbia and Walt
                                                                                                                            walks along with seven want to do it again next        the Woman's Tour- Lozoski
                                                                                                                            hits.                      year "                      nament. Her husband,

                     DON'T WANT                                                    €
                                                                                                                                                                                   Calendar House golf
                                                                                                                                                                                     Calendar House Golf        Schuman has been mght
                                                                                                                                                                                   scores indicate Tony         behind DeSando, having

                         RIK ,                                                                                                                                                     DeSando has been the
                                                                                                                                                                                   best of the field. His
                                                                                                                                                                                   point total of 241 through
                                                                                                                                                                                                                shot a round of 38 while
                                                                                                                                                                                                                DeSando was recording
                                                                                                                                                                                                                his 38.

                   BUT WE WILL!
                                                                                                                                                                                   recent play makes him          However, in overall
                                                                                                                                                                                   number one in the            point totals, DeSando's
                                                                                                                                                                                   standings                    241 g•ves him a healthy
                                                                                                                                                                                     DeSando's round of 38      lead over his nearest
                                                                                                                                                                                   was low score in a           pursuer, John Witkovic,
                                                                                                                                                                                   recent round of play         who's tn at 216 Others
                 EQUITY AND FAIRPLAY                                                                                                                                               And     that      followed
                                                                                                                                                                                   another fine round of 37
                                                                                                                                                                                                                over 200 are Charles
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Forsman t211 L Chic
                                                                                                                                                                                   which      tied     Woody    Schuman (207 • and AI
                                                                                                                                                                                   Schuman for the lowest       Fasulo (206•
                                                                                                                                                                                   round on August 7.
      These are good principles...                           tasks include: selecting and
      They alw.a.ys have been and they                       gathering audio visual aids,
      always w,l/be.                                         meeting with special area                                                                                             Road race signup
                                                             teachers, handling records                                                                                              Entries are currently
      Southington teachers believe in                                                                                                                                                                           Commerce
                                                             which are normally locked, etc.                                                                                       being accepted for the         All    pre-registered
      them.                                                                                                                                                                        Second          Annual       participants will receive
                                                             Southington High School and                                                                                           American Savings Bank        commemorative T-shi-
      In fact, Southington teachers do                                                                                                                                             15 KM Road Race which        rts, and Olympic style
                                                             Junior High School teachers                                                                                           will take place on           medals        will     be
      their best to instill these prin-                      already have this preparation                                                                                         Saturday, September          presented to the top
      ciples in Southington children                         time. Elementary teachers in                                                                                          29. The race scheduled       finishers m each of 12
      each and every day.                                    Bristol, Plainville, Meriden, Che-                                                                                    to begin at 11 a.m. will     divisions including Open
                                                                                                                                                                                   follow a 9 mile course       and Sub Masters classes
                                                             shire and New Britain already                                                                                         which winds its way          for men and women and
      Unfortunately, the Southington                         have this time.                                                Steve Carlotta                                         through the parks and        eight divisions of
      Board of Education doesn't                                                                                                                                                   thoroughfares of New         Masters     Merchandise
      regard equity and fair play too                        That's neither equity nor fair                                 Steve was a real "thief"                               Britain. Registration is     prizes will also be
      highly.                                                                                                                                                                      $3. before September 21,     presented to the winners
                                                             play.                                                                                                                 and $5. following that       of each diwston.
                                                                                                                                                                                   date. Entries will be           Registration forms
     You see, they have reneged on a
     promise of 2 years ago to give
     elementary teachers preparation
                                                             We need your help to convince
                                                             the Southington Board that
                                                             teachers must be dealt with
                                                                                                                                Transmission                                       accepted up to 10:30
                                                                                                                                                                                   a.m on the day of the
                                                                                                                                                                                   race. Sanctioned by the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                are available at all
                                                                                                                                                                                                                through the New Britain

     time during lunch and recess                            fairly and treated equitably.                                          Overhaul & Repairs                             AAU, the race •s
                                                                                                                                                                                   sponsored by American        Track and Field Club
     periods. This time would be                                                                                                    Foreign & Domestic                             Savings Bank in con-         and the Chamber of
                                                                                                                                                                                   j_unction with the New       Commerce. Information
     used to handle tasks that could                                                                                                                                               Britain Track and Field
     not be normally handled at home                                                                                                     FREE ROAD TEST                            Club and the New
                                                                                                                                                                                                                on the race can be ob-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                tained by calling 225-
     or before or after school. These                                                                                              ,•'1•,•,=          HD Towing                    Britain Chamber of           6431
                                                                                                                                   ',•m," FULLAUTO REPAIRS
     Call the Board of Education Members Today:

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                       sports -- 15

                                                                                                                     Local runners lookin' good

                                                                                                                      Dominy dominates race
                                                                                                                      in Farmington at 25:08
                                                                                                                       Rick Domlny of             80 percent chance that       of     the       "older     March. On Aug. 12 at
                                                                                                                     Meriden and Tunxls           he will have trophies for    generation"      as    he   Mooseup, Ct. he placed
                                                                                                                     C.C. ran the fastest 4.8     the top thre runners in      waproved his time over      second in the 50 and
                                                                                                                     mile race in the Farm°       each division in the         30 seconds and placed       over division in a 6.2
                                                                                                                     ington Rec Races at          August 24 finale of this     second in 14:29. Jim        miler and ran 48:10.
                                                                                                                     Quick-Tunxis-Mead            summer's meets.              Gavalis of Farmington       Last Sunday he and
                                                                                                                     Park this summer with          In the last five weeks,    was third in 16:09.         Southington's Jim Kelly
                                                                                                                     an excellent 25: 08 clock-   Southington runners            Nine year old Jim         ran in Torrington's five
                                                                                                                     ing, only 14 seconds off     have won four times in       Ringrose of Southington     miler and Ray was ll7th
                                                                                                                     the course record. Lan-      the 30 and over 2.4 raile    was 4th in the grammar      of 180 runners and
                                                                                                                     ce Johnson of Farming-       race. Gary Ruggeri ran       school race in 17: 52.      finished the course m
                                                                                                                     ton was second in 25:38      13:25 to win on Aug. 10         Ray           Walsh,     39:02.
                                                                                                                     and Dave Inouye of New       and Bill Gagnon won for      Southlngton High School
                                                                                                                     Britain third in 26:30, in                                                               Oregon transplant
                                                                                                                                                  the second time this         Guidance Counselor,         Chris Walsh was home
                                                                                                                     the Aug. 17 meet.            year last Friday in          has been competing In       for a few days and ran
                                                                                                                       Lee Chisholm, race         14:19. Jim Raymond of        AAU sanctioned races        at Stamford last Sunday
                                                                                                                     director, said there is an   Bristol was the real hero    every weekend since         in a 6 2 miler

  town softball champs
  This is the group of players wh,ch dominated the
                                                              Back row: Dave Gworek, Dave Wilkins, Buck
                                                                                                                     Plainville Stadium staging super show
  softball scene here in towq this past summer.               Green, Jim Paradis, Tom Byron, Paul                      Billed as the biggest      Howard will enable           event will be held on the   and Ronme Rocco of
  Front row, left to right: Frank Smole                       D'Agostino, Paul Adamowicz and Lee Dibble.             show of the year, this       spectators to view his       far side of the speedway    New Britain.
  (manager}, Ken DeMerchant, Tony Matukaitis,                 Missing when photo was taken: Jim Reeve. Ray           Saturday's program           fall During his free fall    so that all fans can have     The starting time for
  Ed Pavlat, Phil D'Agostino and Ron Lavorgna.                Polvani, Larry Wight and Jim Fazzalaro.                (August      25      has     of about one mile,           a clear view of the         all of the action this
                                                                                                                     something            for     Howard will reach            action taking place.        Saturday, August 25,
                                                                                                                     everyone.. Auto              speeds of up to 200 mph         In addition to these     will be 7 p m. with
 Jefferson Federal has sofi bc ll crown                                                                              Racing      Demolition
                                                                                                                     Derbies .Sky Diving
                                                                                                                     Due to the length of the
                                                                                                                                                  About a half mile up, he
                                                                                                                                                  will open his parachute
                                                                                                                                                                               two special events, a
                                                                                                                                                                               regular stock car racing
                                                                                                                                                                                                           admission          gates
                                                                                                                                                                                                           opening about one hour
                                                                                                                                                  and make a precise           program will be held,       earlier The program
                                                                                                                     show, a special starting     landing on the infield of    complete            with    will     begin       with
                                                                                                                     time of 7 pm. will be in     thequarter mlleoval          qualifying events and a     quahfylng races        At
 continued from page            runs after five innings is     Adamowicz.         •359      Reeve was the team's     effect
                                declared the v•nner hs                                                                                              Saturday's show will       feature race of 50 laps     7-45, the Sky Diving
                                                               Lavorgna            and   catcher Wllkins, Paul         A special attraction to    also include demolition      for the mochfieds and a     Exhibition will take
 play on a team with the        noted     before,    Phil     Adamowlcz have been        D'Agostmo. Pavlat and       this week's list of
 ability to come back,"         D'Agoshno had a good                                                                                              events which have            25 lap main for the         place The demohtion
                                                              with Smole all nine        Gworek played first,        Stadium events is a sky      become real crowd            street stocks               events will round out the
 satd Jim Reve on more          game with the bat             years Paul D'Agostmo       second, third and short     diving exhibition to be
 than one occasion They         belling a homer and                                                                                               pleasers at the Stadmm.-       A tight point race is     evening after the two
                                                              was the team captain       Adamowicz also played       staged at 745 p m            Drivers will take their      currently going in the      feature events for the
 did it again agamsl            producing three nbbms           Some other leaders m     third and first and         Featuring       Howard       cars and crash lnto each     modified 0wision, with      modifieds and street
 Secondo's in the 11-6          Paul D'Agostino added         the stat department        Wdkins filled m at first    Burhng, the jump will
 opener when they were          three' hits, including a                                                                                          other m an attempt to        Loren Trombley of           stocks Admission is $5.
                                                              included runs, Green       on     occasions     The    be made from about one       disable their fellow         Memden m the lead           for adults, and under 12
 down 4-2 m the second,         triple, Buck Green.           30.    triples.     Paul   outfield consisted of       and a half miles above
 tying it at five in the                                                                                                                          competitors. The last        Close behind in second      99' and under 6 free
                               three hits, including a        D'Agostino.         Phil   Dibble,      Lavorgna.      the Stadium A smoke          car running is the           and third spots are John
 fifth and then scoring        home run. dquble and           D'Agostlno. Adamowmz       Green. Paradls, Polvam      grenade attached to
 four times to grab a lead                                                                                                                        winner The demolition        Bergenty of Plamvflle
                               four RBIs, Ed Pavlat           and Wilklns two each.      and Byron -- all seeing                                                                                           Soccer league
                                                                                                                     Softball ] a: of
 they would never              two hits, Lee Dibble two        doubles, Lavorgna and     action m the outer
Gworek was three-for-
                     Dave      hits and Dave Wilkms
                               two rlbbms•
                                                              Gworek five, walks.
                                                              Paul      and       Phil
                                                                                         pasture at times
                                                                                                                                                                               Softball                    slates dance
                                                                                           This is the second
four with two rlbbies             Along with Pavlat's                                                                                                                                                       The     Southington
                                                                                                                     Fame       s nine
                                                              D'Agostmo five each.       year the town cham-
                               amazing 615 bathffg
                               average, there were
                                                              and game winning hits.
                                                              Dibble four
                                                                                         pionship series has been                                                              banquet                    Youth Soccer League
                                                                                                                                                                                                          will sponsor a dance
                                                                                                                                                                               for girls
                                                                                         m existence Pete's Mini
Dibble, Dave Wilkins,          more: Jim Reeve, 543:            Frank Smole felt         Golf won it last year        Seven male standouts,        Westport, mhelderFred                                   S•turday Sept. 15, at the
Jim       Paradls      and     Ken. 'DMerch•nt,               "Phil D'Agostmo was        For Jefferson. they take   one:,fem•le, one umpire        Sansone of New Haven,                                 • Knights of Columbus.
Adamowlcz all had two          Lee Dibble, 529. Ron           the glue in our inheld     home      trophies    for  and one administrator          outfielder Willie Cote of                               Hall on Hobart St. from
hits apiece, with Green,       Lavorgna. 524. Paul            He is a good fielding      winning the divlmon,      have been voted into the        Rocky Hill and pitcher         The      Southmgton 9p.m. to 1 a.m. The very
Dibble and Wilkms              D'Agostmo, .455, Buck         pitcher, he helped our      playoffs     and   town   Connecticut Amateur            Americo "Mac' Cor-           Women's softball league versatile group called
joining Gworek with two        Green,       450:   Dave      infield immensely m         championshi         "We   Softball Association's         nachinni of Derby            will hold its banquet, on the "Prime Selection"
RBIs each                      Gworek.       443, Dave       getting those 28 double     felt." conciuo t Frank    Hall of Fame, it was              Marie    'JoJo'    or-    Thursday, August 30 at will play for the dance
    In the 16-1 drubbing, it   Wdklns,       432:    Jim     plays In fact. he started   Smole, "if we could win   announced by Chair-              aviano of Stamford is      the Aqua Turf Club from Tickets will go on sale
was stopped after the          Paradis,       397, Ray       many of them I believe,     our dwislon -- which we   man, Sylvester Cholko          •heh ne femalehonoree.       6 p.m to I0 p m. The for parents and friends
fifth inning since the         Polvam,       395, Phil       he and Gworek I short-      feel is the strongest in" of     the  nominating         while Stanley Fray of        cost of the banquet is of the league starting
league has a rule where        D'Agostmo. 388, Tom           stop• were the leader m     the league -- we had a committee                         Bridgeport is the urn-       $10 50 and all facilities Sept 1, but coaches are
any team leading by 15         Byron. 364, and Paul          assists "                   good shot "                  Tl•ree       former         pwe and Bob Casmdy of        at the club may be used. requested to pick up
                                                                                                                   Raybestos Cardinals, ,         Plamvfile is the ad-         All players must notify their tickets before that
                                                                                                                   catchers Ed Tlckey and         ministrator                  their     .manager     by date by contacting Bill
                                                                                                                   John 'Chase' Gabor and            Casmdy has been the       August 24 for an official Haeffner or Dolores
                                                                                                                                                                                          Any further LaPorte who are in

   Doonesbury..[all week
                                                                                                                   outfielder,       Howie        district commissioner        count
                                                                                                                   Johnson top the list.          for 20 years and has         questions please call charge of arrange-
                                                                                                                   which also includes            served as chief deputy       Denise Fabale at 628- ments The dance will
                                                                                                                   infielder       "Joseph        commissioner of the          0286                      be BYOB and set-ups
                                                                                                                   "Whltey' Vahante of            CASA                                                   and refreshments will
                                                                                                                                                                                                          be provided

                                                                                                                                                                                                             • O•        ACT,VATUP,AL

                                                                                                                                                                                                            7HAHL•FE      i..•,
                                                                                                                                                                                                               The Observer, Thursday, August 23, 1979
16 --opinion & comment
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            for sale
Two abortion views
                                                                                                                                                                             legal notices                             legal notices                        automotive

                                                                                                 8 00 P M Publm hearing on            R-20-25 Zone                              NOTICE TO CREDITORS                     mously in favor as It I• the        1972 MUSTANG 302. body and
I Whealon: from 6 )           IGabeh from6l                  speak out and organize            Unassigned Revenue Sharing               Action         taken        was                ESTATE OF                       op•mon of the Board that the         engine excellent condition,
                                                             or we wtll wake up to             funds    Entitlement X in the                                                      MARY ANNA SARVI,                      proposed use is a lesser non-       new paint, stereo, Michehn
                              mmortty has restricted         find abortton is illegal          amount of $5.43? to Widening,                                                        aka Mary A SarVL                   contormlng use                       radial snows included, 628-
physictans are busy                                                                                                                                                                                                       If above permmslon •s not         95ro0
                              access to abortion for         for all women and that            Resurfacmg & Drainage                  lUnOUS to the neighborhood                        deceased
people I hope that they                                                                                                                                                      The Hen Carl J SokolowskL                 exarcmed •n one year tbm
open their mail and           poor women, mthtary            we have returned to the                                                                                                                                   agprovat is vo=d and a new           1973         WINNEBAGO
                                                                                                 1 Presentation by Conserve-                                                 Judge, of the Court of Probate.
confront the moral            employees and theft            tragic back-alley deaths          tiort Commission                                                              Dmtnct of Southmgton at a                 appl=catlon must be filed            MOTORHOME 19 ft, Dodge
                              dependents and peace           of our mothers, sisters                                                  application must be fded                                                            The Special Excephon shall        Chasls, sleeps 5 or 6, Cruise
dtlemma now being                                                                                2 Resolution of Candle-                                                     hearing held on August 20.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Control, roof air,. furnace.
                              corps volunteers There         and daughters. CONN-              wood-Sewer Equ=ty Sewer F*                The variance shall become           1979 ordered that all claims              become effecbve on 916/79 and
presented to them                                                                                                                     effective on 916/79 and notme                                                    nohce of the Spec Exc must           back bath. good gas mileage.
                              was a 99 percent               NARAL ts the Con-                 nancmg                                                                        must be presented to the
   Are you unhappy over                                                                                                               of the variance must be duly                                                     be duly filed •n the office of the   many extras, call 5824829
                                                             necticut afhhate of the             3 Southmgton Day Care                                                       hduc•ary     on    or   before
the pornography that ts       reductton in Medicaid                                                                                   filed m the office o| the Town                                                   Town Clerk                           daytime or 582-2826 after 6
                                                                                               Center request for a Tflle XX                                                 November 20, 1979 or be barred
corrupting our nation"        payments for abortions         National       Abortton           Supplemental Program grant             Clerk                                  as by law prey=dud
                              for poor women during          Rights Actton League              $21,081                                                                                 Jean p.paFzych, Clerk             Helene Delahunty, Chmrman          1976 BUICK RIVIERA Every
You can jom Morality in                                                                                                                                                                                                ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS              option, including Astroroof,
                              the past year under            and ts dedicated solely             4 Achon on Hatton School               Helene Delahunty, Chmrman            The hducmry =s
Media €475 Riverside                                                                           Adddlon Ordinance                      ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS                        Evelyn H Devhn                                                         excellent concht•on, must sell,
Drtve, Sutte 239, Net'        these restrtcttons This        to protecting a woman's                                                                                                                                                                        best offer, 589-a946
                                                                                                 5 Action on Police Stahon                                                           47 Cowtes Ave
York 10027, You can           veer the antt-abortton         right to choose a safe            OtdlnanceJor on related Police           TOWN OF SOUTHINGTON                      Plantswtle, Conn 06479                classifieds
subscribe to the              lobby ts even trytng to        legal abortton You may            Stahon matters                         ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS                                                                                               1970 BUICK SKYLARK AC.
                              prevent payment for            write to CONN-NA_RAL.               6 Such other business as                    PUBLIC NOTICE                                                                                                  PS. AM-FM, VS. custom in-
Nattonal        Decency                                                                                                                                                         Helene Delahunty. Chmrman                                                   terior, new brakes, runs well,
                              abortions m rape and           Box 817, New London.              shall be proper tO come before         TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Reporter •$5 to 450                                                                                                                                                           ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS                                                       621-2257
                              incest cases m the 1           Corm, 06320                       the meeting                              Pursuant to theprowstons of                                                     for sale
Leader        Bulldtng,                                                                                                               Section 8-7, Chapter 124. of the
Cleveland Ohto 44114          percent of rematning              Cathohcs may wtsh to           DATED AT SOUTHINGTON                   1958 Revls=on of the Genera•
                                                                                                                                                                                TOWN OF SOUTHINGTON                     automotive                          19S9 ELCAMINO 6 cyl.
                                                             join Catholics for a Free         CONNECTICUT    THIS 20Th                                                      ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
   Are •ou dtssattsfled       aborttons covered                                                                                       Statutes of the State of Con                   PUBLIC NOTICE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            automatic. A•I condition.
with ti•e antl-Catholtc          In Connecttcut there        Chotce,               201         DAY OF AUGUST, 1979                    necttcut, notice =s hereby given       TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            $1995. call 747-6323
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       1971 MUSTANG MACH 1 Very
btgotry that appears m        ts a legal challenge to         Massachusetts Ave ,                                                     that the South•ngton Zomng                Pursuant to the prowslons of                                                1978 FORD E-150 VAN 6 cyl
                              that restrlctton       The      N E --5, Washmgton,
                                                                                                   TOWN OF SOUTHINGTON                Board of Appeals has approved          Sechon 8-7, Chapter 124, of the           good condUloo, mags. new
cartoons, newspapers
                                                              D C     20002    Another
                                                                                                            John We=chsel             a variance on the following            1958 Rewslon of the General               engine, many extras, must be         AT, PS, PB. regular gas.
and magaztnes" It ts          federal dtstrlct court                                                        Town Manager              described property --                                                            seen, $2400 or best offer, 628-      12,000 miles, paneled interior,
only right that we            has ordered the state to        rehgtous organtzatton                                                     APPEAL #1849-A -           Per-
                                                                                                                                                                             Statutes of the State of Con
                                                                                                                                                                             nechcut nohce •s hereby gwen
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       6949                                 AM-FM stereo, excellent
Catholics should have         pat' for "medtcally             whtch supports          a               Court of PrePare,               mission is granted to Robert &         that the Southmgton Zoning
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            condition, $4300, 621-4094

the Cathohc League for        necessary .• abortions          woman's rtght to choose              Dmlr*ct of South=ngton             Elsie Waddell      121 Burning
                                                                                                                                                                             Board el Appeals has approved             57    LINCOLN    PREMIER
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            1971 PONTIAC CATALIN•
                                                              is the Connecticut af-                NOTICE OF HEARING                 Tree Drwe Southmgton Corm
                                                                                                                                                                             a varmnce on the following des            49,000 original   miles,  all
 RehglOUS and Civil           for Medlcatd women                                                                                                                                                                       power, runs good, needs              Power       steering,      power
Rights i 1100 West Wells      unttl it hears further          fthate of the Rehgtous                    ESTATE OF
                                                                                                                                      ground swimming poo• par
                                                                                                                                                                             ended property --
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       restoratmn, asking $500. call        brakes, air conditioning,
                                                                                                     JOSEPH STANLEY                                                             APPEAL •1853 A           Per
St, Milwaukee. Wls            arguments on Sept 27            Coahtlon for Abortton                SLODZINSKI deceased                belly in a s=deyard at above           m•ss•on •s granted         PAR            589-86•1 after 4                     needs to be seen to be ap-
53233•     We need an          Archbishop Whealon             Rtghts •RCAR), P 0.              Pursuant to an order of Hen            premises m a R 40 Zone                 Assocmtes 27 Merlden Ave                                                       preolated, one owner, best
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            offer, call after 5. 747-6003
orgamzatlon to watch-          has made an ln-                Box 642, Manchester,             Carl J SokoIowskl Judge                  Action taken was unan•
                                                                                                                                      mously •n favor as there •s a
                                                                                                                                                                             Sou]brag]on Corm avarmnce                 19•9 PONTIAC CUSTOM

dog ignorant, prejudt-         falmmatory statement.          Conn 06040                       dated August 20, 1979 a
                                                                                                                                      hardship *n the slope of the lot
                                                                                                                                                                             of 3 park*ng spaces from the              2 door hardtop. PS. radio.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             1973    FORD    RANCHERO
 ced and manipulative          saying that Cathohc               Rabbi     Sliver    of        hearing will be held on
                                                                                                                                      and because ot the safety
                                                                                                                                                                             required 66 to 63 spaces at               good t•re•, good transporta-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Power steering,     brakes
                                                                                               apphcat*on praying that the                                                   aboved premmes m a CB Zone                non, $400, call 6•1-2673
statements in the me-          phtslctans may be              Congregation Beth                                                       aspects                                   Act,on taken was uriah,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             automatic, air. ne• battery.
 dia That organlzatlo'n        forced      to   pea'form      Israel eloquently stated                                                                                                                                 1970 BLACK CAPRIUE 2 door,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             call 628-5371

now exists and can use         abortions Thts •s ab-          the issue at the pubhc                                                  exerc,sed in one year th,s
                                                                                                                                      approval ,s vo,d and a new                                                       new paint.and nres. with 3 tn         19•9 TRIUMPH TR-6 57,000
 your support                  solutely false There is        hearing at the State                                                    apphcat*on must be bled                                                          whitewalls. 350-V& doesn't            miles, runs excellent, body
                               federal       leglslatton      Capitol urging the                                                                                                                                       burn off. no visible rust. new        good, $1550. please call 272-
   These are onl.• a fex•                                                                                                               The variance shall become
of the good, needed            which states that ln-          legislature      to  use                                                ertectwe on 916/79 and notice                                                    chrome and flgureheod, very           0841 after 5 3O

organizations         not      dtvldual physlctans mat        Medlcmd funds for poor                                                  ot the varmnce must be duly
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       good runmng and looking
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       conchtmm best offer• 582-9731         1•90LDS CUTLASS Asking
available for Cathohcs        exercise their own              women's abortions                                                       Clerk                                                                            after 5 30                            .$400. rebudt engme, ne•,
There are dozens more.        conscience in deciding             He said. "We. too,                    Carl J   SoKoIowsk=   Judge                                            ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             muffler, new spare tire, call

in this archdiocese and       whether or. not to per-         characterize ourselves                                                                                                                                    1970 FORD MUSTh.NG AC,               Sat between I and 5 pm ask

across the nation If you      form abortions                  and our conshtuencles                   Court of Probate                                                          TOWN OF SOUTHINGTON
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        power steering, power brakes,        for Dmna 628-9551
                                                              as pro-hfe No onetn our                                                                                                                                   V8 engine, reg gas, ca|l 621
have       a    sensitive         The     majortt>      of                                         Distr•ct Of South*ngton
                                                                                                   NOTICE OF HEARING                    TOWN OF SOUTHINGTON                   ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS                   4113                                 1974 FIREBIRD Std tran•. 6
Catholic consctence and        people in this countrt         opinion       favoring                                                  ZON•NGBOARDOF APPEALS                        PUBLIC NOTICE                                                             cyl. PS, 1o•, mfleege, gas
                                                                                                         ESTATE OF
a httte bit of financial      are pro-choice         The      freedom of choice for                JAMES EDWARD GILL                       PUBLIC NOTICE                      rOWHOMITMAYCONCERN
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        1975 CHE•,V IMP •.AGON
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             miser, excellent cond]tmn
                               most recent Gallup poll        women is anh-llfe or                                                    TO WHOM•TMAYCONCERN                                                                                                    call Sharon before 5. 628-9724
help. you can join with                                                                                                                                                                                                 AC PS. PB. AT. lov. mileage.         after 6,628-45ro3
                              shows that 80 percent of        ant1 the sacredness of                                                                                                                                    good cond•tmn    $2595. call
others in trying to bring                                     the human betng It               daled     August     20   1979     a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        aJter 6.621-5•08
justice and peace to our      all Americans support a                                                                                                                                                                                                        1972 FORD a• TON TRLCK
                              woman's right to choose         should be clearlt un-                                                                                                                                                                          Bill's Gulf. Queen St 628-5781
society                                                       derstood that both sides                                                                                                                                  1969 FORD •. •,N E-300" make
   There are. I am            abortton under certain                                                                                                                                                                    offer call 5844}245                  1974            PLYMOLTH
                              circumstances            In     of this heated and
convinced,         many                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      SATELLITE WAGON 6 ver)
                              Connecticut a three-to-         controverstal issue are
generous hearts •ho                                                                                                                                                             APPEAL      n1852A             Steve                                         good tlres, many extras, $1395
                              one majority in five of         for hfe But the blessed                                                                                                                                   PICKUP 19#o• '2 ton Ford             or best offer 621-0382
weep over the evils of                                        quality of life and the                                                                                                                                   pickup truck 6 cyl, runs good.
society, who long for a       the six Congressional                                                                                      APPEAL      ulS47 A          Per
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        $850 call 621-2472
                               Dlstrtcts opposes a            essential nobdlty of life                                                                                                                                                                      1972 DATSUN 240Z P•tRTS or
well-organtzed apostol-                                       and how the mdlvtdual
ate that works to do           "Human Life Amend-                                              Probate on September 6         1979
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        1971     CO[CAR           CON-       wall sell car. has been strop-
                                                              defines that quality and                                                                                                                                                                       ped. 62•-7554 after 4 30
something But they feel        ment "                                                          at345pm                                                                                                                  •. ERTIBLE 429. PS. PB. clean
                                  In sptte of the antt-       that essence and that                                                                                                                                     inside and out. tilt. best offer.
 they are alone They                                           nobtllty is what is at                  Carl J Sokok)wskt Judge                                                                                          621•382                              ,'•ECHANIC'S SPEUI IL 19•9
 feel helpless, and pass       abortion effects .of                                                                                                                       383      Queen       St
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Mercury Montery 2 dr hard
                               Cathohc bishops, such          stake here "'                                                                                                                                                                                  top. PS. PB. AC. body and
 the ttme in mourmng                                                                             TOWN OF SOUTHINGTON                   Zone
and weeping over the           as Archbishop Whea]on                                           ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        68 FORD I& AGON $12•. 71 Ply
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Fur:,' III. $850, 6 pc drum set.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             mtermr m perfect cond•t]on
sad state of affairs          more than 50 percent of         legal notices                          PUBLIC NOTICE                                                                                                      $195. typewriter, call 747-5483
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             motor m good runmng con
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             d]tmn, best offer, 628-8605
   Sterile tears shed over    Catholics in this country                                        TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN

contemporary         evils    agree that abortton                     LEGAL NOTICE
                                                                                                                                                                              00 and     1504 of the Zoning
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        1972 M()NTE CARLO VS. 350.           1975 CHEVY BLAZER 4 w d
                                                                                               Sect=on87 Chapter 124 Of the
brtng no glory to God or      should be a woman's                   Nohce of Meehng                                                                                             The      Southmgton        Zonmg        •myl roof. leather bucket            good condR•on. PS. PB, AM
help to the world It is       chotce in         certatn                Town Council                                                                                                                                     seats, automatic, floor con-         FM cassette, spoked wheels
                              sltuattons                          Town of Southmglon                                                                                                                                    sole $1450. call 628-8687            many optmns, call 621-3973
good that we have
available so many                 Some studtes shot          A meehng of lhe Town Gounod

 organlzattons trying to       that Cathohc women            Town of Sou]brag]on will be                                                                                                                                INSI. L •tTED     ('•P      FOR      MGB 1977, white excellent
                                                             held on Monday August 271h                                                                                                                                 TRUCK 8 ft          $150,   good     condlnon, AM-FM 8 track
 overcome evil and do          choose abortion at a          1979 at 730 PM m the Court                                                Clerk                                                                            cond]hon, call 589-7205              rust proofed Tonneau cover
 good                          higher rate than non-         Room of the Town           Hall      APPEAL        #1846A          Per                                                                                                                          call 272-3086 or 2724907
   As has been said "I         Catholtc women Part of        Budding     75 Main Street                                                   HeleneDelahunty Cha=rmam                    •SI Helene Oelahunty
                                                             Southmgton Connechout for                                                  ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS                                                         D•TSI- N 1967. 2000 cony,            1977 FORD PICKUP TRL ('K 6
 shall not pass thts           thts ma• be a result of                                                                                                                                            Chairman
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        O H. cam Good condition.
                                                             the foHowmg purposes                                                                                              ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS                                                       cyl. automatic, power brakes
 again Any good that I         the Catholic church's            730 PM       Pubhc hearing                                               TOWN OF SOUTHINGTON                                                            628-8132 after 5, 4 speed trans      step bumper, excellent con
 can do. then. let me do it     opposttlon to the use of     concermng affected property                                               ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS                                                                                               dR]on. 621-4445
                                effective methods of                                                                                        PUBLIC NOTICE                        TOWN OF SOUTHINGTON
 now For I shall not pass                                    owners and c•t,zens and
                                                                                                                                       TO WHOM iT MAY CONCERN                 ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        1973 FORD GRAN TORINO 2
                                contraception                electors on the extension of                                                                                                                                                                    75 DODGE DART V8, auto
 this way again " Join                                       the   Ounham    Street  sandary                                                                                        PUBLIC NOTICE                       dr • v•nyl   top,  radials.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             PS, PB, AC. AM-FM radio
 with others in hghtmg             This silent pro-choice                                                                                                                     •ro WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        automanc $975 ca11628-2280
                                                              sewer to the corner of Dunham                                                                                                                                                                  17.000 miles, excellent con
 evtl                           majority must begin to        Street and Dunham Road                                                                                                                                                                         d]tmn, :•O0, 589-0306
                                                                                                                                                                              Sechon 8 7 Chaplet 124, of the             TRUCK ('¢P Fair condition.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         reasonable price, call aR•r 6.       73 FIREBIRD Auto PS PB
                                                                                                                                                                              Statutes Of the State of Con               621-3534"

               Earn a college degree
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              AC. plus mare must sell
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              sacr]hce, $1800.628-8O88
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         1972 FORD PINTO Excellent
                                                                                                                                                                               Board of Appeals has approved             cond]tmn, asking $800, call          THREE TIRES Dunlop GT
                                                                                                                                          APPEAL       •1851 A        Per

               while you work, in just
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         after 6.621-5425                     Qualffmr. raised white letters
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              2 tires raze G-70-14, 1 stze E-70
                                                                                                                                                                                 APPEAL         #t 850-A   -     Per
                                                                                                                                       Southmgton      Corm      for a 7 2                                               79 RALL• SPORT CAMARO                14. twes hke hey,, S75. call 628-
                                                                                                                                                                               Sard•Hi    641    Queen     SI,   Ap      350. 4 bbl. 4 speed, post. AC.

                  half the normal time.                                                                                                                                                                                                                       77                   PI('Kt P
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         AM-FM stereo. $7.o00 or best               TOYOTA
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         offer 62•4485
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Longbed, 5 speed, camper top
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              stereo cassette, good con
                                                                                                                                        R 20 25 Zone                                                                      19•4 PONTIAC GTO CONV               dRmn. low mileage, call after
                                                                                                                                                                               SummlH S1    Southmgton                                                        6. 621-5868. $4195
      If you are serious about getting a          The accelerated program lets you                                                                                             Corm mar 12Zone                           No rot, or rust, rebuilt motor,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         stored 10 yrs. $1300 or best
    college education that can help earn 6 credits in just 9 weeks by                                                                                                                                                    offer, call 628-5073
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               boats, motors
    your career, here is some good              attending 2 evening classes a                                                                                                                                                                                  & trailers
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         1969 CAMARO R.S. CON-
    news from Post College. Post's                  week. As a result, you can earn                                                                                                                                      VERTIBLE 4 speed. 307-V8.
    Meriden Center is offering a ...•,•-.. an Associates Degree in as                                                                                                                                                    PS. PB. good condltmn, best
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         offer over $1500. call 621-2685
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              SLICKCRAFT 23 4"t I-O 210
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              HP. heevy hberglass. Cuddy
    special accelerated program • little as two years;about half                                                                                                                                                                                              Cabin. many extras, excellent
    for working people or others                                  the time it normally                                                  Clerk                                                                             1975 CHEVY        BEL-AIRE          condltmn. In water, call 74%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Automatic. radmls. 41.000
    who cannot attend college on                                  takes students who
                                             )i•              attend evening classes.                                                                                                                                     redes, original owner, ex-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          cellent cond•tlon. $2100. 621.
    a full-hme basis. Post, ..•...==•._...         .           You may also take ad-                                                                                                                                      6453 before 3 30
    through its Division    /.-•"•', •-• •_•..       "                                                                                                                       Students...returning to                                                            general
    of Continuing          {•2• •%.•.vantage of full veteran's                                                                                                               school? Don't take
                                                                                                                                                                             notes ... take along a
    Education, can show '•.•••...••benefits. Financial aid                                                                                                                   BMC (pictured), a Sanyo                                                          FULL SIZE POOL TABLE

    you how to earn an Associ-•                                     and counseling is                                                                                        TRC1200 or Royal's                                                               Dismantle and take away. $35,
                                           . •.•           -¢
                                                                                                                                                                             Memo-Calc           tape                                                         manual typcwmter, $35, call
    ate Degree in Business                                              also available.                                                                                      recorder and guarantee

    Management by attending                   .•           Classes begin August 21                                                                                           getting accurate notes                       'IN-LAWS"                            DANISH MODERN QUEEN
    evening classes                                       so register now by calling,                                                                                        during those important                            Wed. thru Sat. &                BEDROOM 4 pc set. excellent
                                                                                                                                                                             lectures and classes. A                                                           cond•tlon, 96 •n royal blue
    available at the Meriden Center.                 wnting or visiting Post College.                                                                                        sure way to capture                               Mon. & Tues....                 couch, coffee table, end
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 7:15 to 9:10                  tables, good eond]hon, queen
                                                                                                                                                                             every word Ior those mid-                                                         rose print comforter• dust
                                                                                                                                                                             term and final exams.                                                             ruffle, pillow shams. 3 pr 45
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Mat, Sat. 2 P.M
                      'POST COLLEGE MERIDEN CENTER
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               m curtains, call
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Sun. 2:00, 4:00,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              WINDOW Wood stove and
                                 147 West Main Street                                                                                         Central Business Machines                                                            7.'00, 9:00                electmc stove, boat seats.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 "The Family                  •arop.. dining room set. todet.
                                      P.O. Box 705                                                                                                      190 Main St. Southington                                                  Theatre"
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                vatory. Dune Buggy. one
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              16.5 snow bre and rim. lawn
                              Meriden, CT. (203) 237-6973                                                                                                   Phone 621-3693                                 •                  51 No. Main St., RL 10
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Phone 628-2165
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              moser. 2 lavatories for beauty
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              salon, call alter 11 30 am, 589-
                                                                                                                                                                    The Observer, Thursday, August 23, 1979
18 -- news

 A bigger break today                  the firm's enormous profits        owner/manager         Richard
      SOUTHINGTON -- Ham-
  burgers are a nickel cheaper at      coming from the sale of            Lipari of the Southington
  the Southington McDonald's           potatoes      and    glycerine°    franchise.
  beginning this week, as they         thickened shakes.                    "They have been number one
  are at many but not all of the          According to Louise Korisky     for so long the rest of us had
  chain's thousands of outlets.        m the advertming department        been always following them,"
      Nobody's likely to complain      of the New England District        Lipari said, "a,n,d now the
  about that When the questions        office in Westwood Mass, the       tables are turned.
  arise is when you try to figure      prme reductions were only "'to       Lipam stud Burger King's
  out why                              help combat inflation and to       prices were higher than Mc-
      The official company hne is      help the young famihes with        Donald's, at 45 cents for a
  that the price cut is a civic-       small children."                   hamburger and 52 cents for a
  minded antl-inflation move.             "The prices were reduced on     cheeseburger, but that the
      One    local    spokesman        the       hamburger         and    meat patties at his restaurant
  reasoned it was because the          cheeseburger because those         were wmghing •n at 2 ounces as
  price of arriving beef is down,      are our main children food,"       compared to th• 1.6 ounce at
  although whether that's the          she said.                          McDonald's.
  source of the savings, or just a        She declmed comment when          The Southmgton McDonald's
  way of passing •t alng to the        asked if the reduction in prices   denied any impact from local
  local stores, is hard to deter-      would help business.               competition, saying all the
  mine                                    "I haven't heard anything       chain's 1,225 owned and
      And the Golden Arches'           along those lines," she said,      operated outlets were asked to
  competitors, of course, offer a      "and I don't know if there was a   lower thmr prices
• different rationale entirely         reduction in meat prices "            "So •t's •mpossible that •t
  After years in which the red-           Each of the 1.225 outlets       could just be the guy next door
  haired clown was synonmous           which McDonald's owns and          making the prices lower "
  with cheap food, they argue          operates were ordered to lower       At the South•ngton Mc-
  that jmcier burgers and fresh        their prices, according to         Donald's, an assistant manager
  lettuce and tomatoes down the        Korisky                            who w•shed to remain
  street have finally stemmed the         "It was a corporate             anonymous elmmed the cuts
  tide of the McDonald's in-           decision," she stud "'But the      came because the eorporahon
  vasion                               remaining 3,460 franchises         has received a reduction in beef
      No matter what the reason,       were asked to lower their          prices

                                                                                                             Red Cross office hit twice
  only the chain's regular             prices                                "For 36 pounds of beef be
   t small)     hamburgers      and        Located across Queen Street    were paying $47 41 and now •e
  cheesburgers are affected. The        and about 500 yards away from     are paying $45 70, a change m
  former are now down from 43 to        McDonald's, the local Burger      the last two weeks " •One 36
  38 cents, the latter from 48 to 43    K•ng •nsisted that the com-       •aaUnd case of meat yields 360
      Big Macs are still $1.07 Frees    petition was "getting too             mburg pattms                     SOUTHINGTON -            onto the floors, an6                d•maged equipment,          offices after closing
                                        great" for the McDonald              He added that ff meat pmces     When Red Cross em-         paperwork scattered                 but no additional money     hours
  and shakes remain steady as                                                                                                           throughout theoffmes                was taken from the            "We have had our
  well, which would tend to             empire                            went up again, •t was possible     ployees showed up for
  confirm the long-standing                "Burger King is hurtng them•   that hamburger pmces •ou•d         work     Wednesday           It was the second day             premises There was          headquarters in this
  industry scuttlebutt, that            Wendy's lanother burger           also be raised                     morning, they found file   m a row that thieves had            none left                   building for the past 10
  McDonald's        burgers      are    chain) LS hurting them. who-         "But I expect the current       cabinets forced open.      ransacked the Red                      Southington police       years," she says, "and
  something similar to loss                                               prices to be around for a          desk drawers emptmd        Cross headquarters on               arr|ved on the scene        thls is the very first year
                                        ever comes on the scene •s go-
  leaders in the first place, with      ing to hurt them." according to   while." he stud                                               West Main Street in                 Wednesday mormng to         we have ever had
                                                                                                                                        Plantsvdle                          •nvestlgate, but could      problems like this We
                                                                                                                                          On Tuesday, Execu-                report no •mmediate         are working on a
                                                                                                                                        t•ve Director. Betty                le•ads or suspects,         shoestring budget, and
                                                                                                                                        Kroher discovered $45                  The Red Cross has        even a loss of $45 is a
                                                                                                                                        missing from the safety    locks installed     real hardship for us. I
                                                                                                                                        service fund and petty              since the robberies and.    guess we will have to
                                                                                                                                        cash    The breakqn                 according to Kroher,        take greater security
                                                                                                                                        d•scovered Wednesday                will make sure that no      meas,u, res      •n     the
                                                                                                                                        m,ormng resulted m                  petty cash •s left •n the   future.'

                                                                                                                                        Time for a q id pro
                                                                                                                                        Icontinuedfrompage6}                trans|t earlier in this backlog of orders. And
                                                                                                                                                                            century       In    1938. only two manufacturers
                                                                                                                                         not th•s k•nd of a                 General Motors and of buses remain in the
                                                                                                                                         guarantee from the                 Standard        Oll    of nation       We have

                             Con i g                                 Septen beC                                                          government that over
                                                                                                                                         the next decade a
                                                                                                                                         certain percentage of
                                                                                                                                                                            Cabforma, through a inadequate capacity in
                                                                                                                                                                            front company called our inter-city mass
                                                                                                                                                                            Pacific C•ty Lines, transit           system.    A
                                                                                                                                         mass transit and rail              bought and tore up the program that has the
                                                                                                                                         vehicles            would    be    70-mile Pacific Electric federal      government
                                                                                                                                         purchased              from    a   R•il Transit System. negotiating production
                                                                                                                                         modernized                  and    which served the Los contracts •n these areas,
                                                                                                                                         "converted" Chrysler               Angeles region        The and     ensuring    that         . ..
                                                                                                                                         Corporation 9                      same study alleges that suffic|ent contracts at
                                                                                                                                           -It can be forcefully            in the 1930s and 1940s, the       margin      are
                                                                                                                                        •argued that Chrysler               GM, Standard Oil, and guaranteed to give                   -!,.•
                                                                                                                                         and other auto com-                Firestone deliberately Chr•.sler         financial
                                                                                                                                         pames owe our nation               dismantled 100 electr|c stability would help the
                                                                                                                                         something on the mass              surface rail systems •n company, the workers,
                                                                                                                                         transit front. In a study           the United States         the cities, the energy          .•'
                                                                                                                                                           for the Senate      Now is the perfect crisis and our balance of

                  ot The Observer                                                                                                        preparedAntitrust and Monopoly
                                                                                                                                         Subcommittee. Brad-
                                                                                                                                          ford Snell assembled
                                                                                                                                         substantial evidence
                                                                                                                                          showing how major
                                                                                                                                                                             time for part of the auto payments.
                                                                                                                                                                             industry to begin
                                                                                                                                                                             reversing that sad president
                                                                                                                                                                             history.     Our
                                                                                                                                                                                                         And it would give the
                                                                                                                                                                                                  raft Congress, both low m
                                                                                                                                                                             production industry has public approval, a

                                                                                                                                          automotive, rubber and             gone to seed. The one chance to do something
                                                                                                                                          petroleum corporations             remaining            rail meaningful and bold for            "•
                                                                                                                                          systematically set about           passenger car producer a change
                                                                                                                                          to destroy rail and mass           has    an    enormous

              Featuring f@cal Towr
                                                                                                                                         The vanishing pension plan
                   9-Fisto y of
                                                                                                                                          tcontinued from page 6)            fancy abode!                 have COLA clauses to
                         • The Community'                                                                                                                                                                 help their beneficiaries
                                                                                                                                                                                I'llleave it up to the cope with inflation
                                                                                                                                         $10200 or so While the              economists             and
                         • Businesses                                                                                                    cars of,the late 1980s are          statisticians to calculate Occasionally, there will
                                                                                                                                         expected to have better             the exact rate of future be a one-time-only
                                                                                                                                                                                                          bonus payment, but this
                         • Organizations                                                                                                 fuel efficmncy than
                                                                                                                                         today's gas guzzlers, the
                                                                                                                                                                             inflation, and focus
                                                                                                                                                                             instead on the impact is usually left up to the
                         • Early Photographs                                                                                             price of fuel will also             this could have on discrehon of the former
                                                                                                                                         have risen (probably                middle-aged and older employer or the pension
                                                                                                                                         beyond mere doubling if             Americans right now          fund trustees, so there is
                         • Early Maps                                                                                                    current trends are any                                           no          automatic
                                                                                                                                         indicationl so •t will                 For people who are mechanism.
                                                                                                                                         most likely cost con-               already      retired      --    As long as workers
                                                                                                                                         siderably more to run a             especially           those remain employed, they
                                                                                                                                         car than it does now.               depending on private can keep pace with --
                                                                                                                                           Suburban        homes,            pensions for the bulk of and maybe even hope to
                                                                                                                                         which were built 20                 their post-retirement stay slightly ahead of --
                                                                                                                                         years ago for $20,000               income -- there are the inflationary spiral
                                                                                                                                         and which are now                   definitely some hard through regular COLA
                                                                                                                                         selhng for $85,000 in               times ahead. Most of pay hikes and perhaps
                                                                                                                                         today's inflated market,            these      people       are an occasional merit
                                                                                                                                         will probably be c,on-              probably also covered raise. Consequently, we
                                                                                                                                         sidereda "good buy' at              by Social Security can expect to see more
                                                                                                                                         $170,000, if real estate            whose automatic, an- people becoming less

                          628.9645                                                                                                       values continue to
                                                                                                                                         skyrocket A few im-
                                                                                                                                         provements to the house
                                                                                                                                         would bring the price to
                                                                                                                                                                             nual cost of living ad- willing to leap out of the
                                                                                                                                                                             justment (COLA) will workforce and into
                                                                                                                                                                             help to soothe inflation's inflation's frying pan to
                                                                                                                                                                             sting even if it won't face the financial fire
                                                                                                                                         the $200,000 range -- and           relieve it entirely.          that awaits them if they
                                                                                                                                         we're not even talking                 As of now, most attempt to live on a
                                                                                                                                         about a particularly                private pensions don't relatively fixed income.

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