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 Volume 16, Number 2
                                                                        Southington, Conn•e•t.• (•648• December 6, 1990                          16 pages, one section

 'lbwn to begin regular
 sewer system testing

                                                                                 voag              t Southlngton High School have been working since the summer on pla•ts and decorations for the
                                                                                                       Poinsett/as planted at the high school greenhouse last summer, surround students Jenn/fer
                                                                                                    Suave. Ed Dauphin. Kendra Suchinskl. Tiffany Henderson. (back row} Rob Schwindera and Art
                                                                                                        and •w•eaths are on sale at the high school by calling 628-3352.           •.t•                               e

                                                                                                            urges treatment for depression
                                                                                                                              to point out. He also stressed that be-    number of influences. There are also a
                                                                                                                              cause someone is feeling, "blue," he is    number     of •llfferent    forms   of
                                                                                                                              not nece.•arfly depressed. "Clinical de•   depr•ston. An • orga•c dlsor-
                                                                                                           was apparent       pressl•n lasts for two or three weeks,"    der is one that results from a $erlm•
at th• point where the quality of the                       S• TOWN •ge 16       er •w•d as a                        •she                                                 that to such ca•es a pemon will
                                                                                 delivered informatinn about the symp- cording to the director of affect•ve dis-          come depressed due to a chemical im-

Early music heralds
                                                                                 toms of dep•ssion and its treatment.  orders at the West Haven Veterans Ad-              balance brought on by the physical
                                                                                      Dr. Ronald Salomon addressed the ministration Hospital. is working to-              trauma of the aflltctlon.
                                                                                 intrlcaeies of the disease before a small
                                                                                                                      ward the destignmtization of the dis-                   A seasonal affective disorder •s one
                                                                                 aucUence who had assembled in        ease. Salomon said two to four percent

season downtown
                                                                                                                                                                          which a person may experience around
                                                                                 Founders Hall at Bria•vood College   of the general population is clinlcaIIy             the same time every year. Salomon
                                                                                 here Tuesday. The assistant professordepressed, while everybody at one time              said. fur example, that a pe•on might
                                                                                 of psychiatry at Yale Unlverslty School
                                                                                                                      or another experiences symptoms of                  exporience depression every year dur-
by Barbara Burke                          hound.                                 of Medicine. referred to the dreary  depression.                                         ing the Fall due to the change of sea-
staff writer                                  Determined to learn, he scoured                                             "We all walk around from time to               son. A person's phyaical environment
                                          music stores looking for the instru-      But weather alone is not what time not feeling perfectly satisfied." he              could result in depres•on. In these
     A primal urge drew Thomas Darien ment.                                      causes depression. Salomon was quick said.                                              cases Salomon said light therapy is
 to play the bagpipes. His playing was        "I was laughed out of a lot of music                                          The speaker explained that it is
                                                                                Storm marks
                                                                                                                                                                         succe•qful in treating the patient.
                                          stores looking for a set. They Just                                         important for people who believe that                  The most common forms of depres-
tween stores on Center and Main looked at me and said, who is this                                                    they are experiencing depression to                sion are adJnatment disorders. Thes•
streets during the Southington Dovm- guy? Were got a rackful of foncy gui-
town Merchants Hospitality Night.        tars here and he wants a bagpipe," he  start of colder-                      seek a professional opinion. "A good
                                                                                                                      evaltmtion is extremely important," he
                                                                                                                                                                         disordem may reault fi'om a seemin•y
                                                                                                                                                                         insignificant routine change or may he

    "There /ms been a primal drive                                                                                    sald.
wlthin me to play the pipes. Ever since      "It took me ten years to find an in-                                         Depression is brought on by a                                     See SPEAKER page 16
I was a kid, I'd go to the parades, Just structor," he added, finally meeting
                                                                                                                             Somma named assistant
to hear the pipes. I'd get goase bumps. Wenden Oriel1. leader of a Manchester
I said, I'm going to PlaYr the pipes pipe band five years ago. Manchester
                                                                                   by James Gibbons
someday," Dalton said in his rustic is the "hotbed of p/ping* in the state,
                                                                                   staff writer
home on South End Road, where he home of several pipe bands, including

dog, Bubba. a retired racing grey-
                                                            See EARLY page 16
                                                                                     Although the weather outside was
                                                                               rainy and frightful this week, long-
                                                                               range weather forecasters are project-
                                                                                                                             minority leader in Senate
                                                                                                                             by James Gibbons                             Casey w•n [he race for the 31st
                                                                               tug that daffy temperatures during the
                                                                                                                             staff writer                            district seat to the Senate, as he
                                                                               month of December will not be nearly
                                                                               as chilling as December 1989.                                                         earned a 3000-vote margin over pollt[-
                                                                                                                                  A member of the Southlngton dele- cal new-comer David Nye. The results
                                                                                    On November 23, 1989, Thanksgiv-
                                                                                                                              gatiou has been named assistant        •f that _•._• a•'ardmg to Somma pro•
                                                                              ing Day;the areawas hlt with the lh-st
                                                                                                                              nority leader of the state Senate. The that Nye has the abfllW to get the .vote
                                                                              winter storm of the year. On that day,
                                                                                                                              appointment is expected to give him out in his favor. W•lth the name-recog-
                                                                               5 inches of snow fell, ushering in a
                                                                                                                              more clout in Hartford for his con- r•tlon he achieved during this year's
                                                                               cold stretch which resulted in the cold-
                                                                                                                             stituents.                              campaign she.d pose an even greater
                                                                               est December in history.
                                                                                                                                  During a caucus of the Senate Re- Casey in 1992 should he de-
                                                                                   On Monday, wexa__ther forecasters         publicans last week minority leader cide to run.
                                                                              were projecting the • winter storm
                                                                                                                             Sen. M. Adela Eads (R-Kent) named           "He's the kind of candidate we will
                                                                              of the season. A•cording to Mark
                                                                                                                             Sen. Stephen Somma (R-Waterbury) be recr•ting for those targeted seats."
                                                                              Sekelsky, a meteorolog•t at the Na-
                                                                                                                             assistant leader. Somma, 29, is the said Somma.
                                                                              tional •Weather Station at Bradley In-
                                                                                                                             youngest senator to hold such a posi-       A 26-year-old parmer in a family
                                                                              ternatio]:tal Airport in Windsor Locks,
                                                                                                                             tion. He said the position will help
                                                                              the storm•was to be the start of a cold-
                                                                                                                             strengthen his voice in the Senate dur-
                                                                              er than average December,                                                                                  See SOMMA page 16
                                                                                                                             ing the next session of the General As-
                                                                                   As it turned out, the winter storm
                                                                                                                             sembly, beginning January 9.
                                                                              which the weather station was bracing
                                                                                                                                 A month after winning re-electlon
                                                                              for, mixed with warm air from the
                                                                              northwest and resulted in run of the
                                                                                                                             from the 16th district. Somma is exeit-           , Inside
                                                                                                                             ed about beginning his second term.
                                                                              mill rainy conditions. Still Sekelsky
                                                                              said central Connecticut can expect a
                                                                                                                                  *I had indicated to a number of my         The Observer
                                                                                                                             colleagues t.hat I was interested in     By the Way ............................ 7
                                                                              chilly month of December.
                                                                                                                             moving up into a leadership role. I am
                                                                                   The average daffy temperature for
                                                                                                                             glad they have shown this confidence     Chure• news .......................... 4
                                                                              the month, however, is not expected to
                                                                                                                             in me," said Somma. As the assistant     Class•fleds .....................14, 15
                                                                              drop below that of last December.
                                                                                                                             minority leader, it will be Somma's
                                                                              Sokelsky said the average daffy tem-
                                                                                                                             charge to recruit Republican voters as   Editorials ..............................  6
                                                                              perature in December of 1989 was 18                                                     Family Living ...................8-10
                                                                                                                             well as candidates for the 1992 elec-
                                                                              degrees Fahrenheit. The normal aver-
                                                                                                                             t_ions to the Senate and House of Rep-   Legals .................................. 14
                                                                              age daffy temperature for the month of
                                                                              December is 29. I degrees Fahrenheit.                                                      Observations ....................... 10
                                                                                                                                 •e a•tt= •=p•blh•u• i•v= •h •ady
                                                                                   "Last year was by far the coIdest                                                     School/College News .............9
                                                                                                                             begun targeting Senate seats, current-
                                                                              December on record," said Sekelaky.
                                                                                                                             ly held by Democrats, which they be-        Sports ............................. 11-13
                                                                                   The weather station at Bradley Air-
                                                                                                                             lieve will be winnablc in 1992. One of
                                                                                                                             those seats is held by Sen. Steve Casey     Weddings ...............................9
                                                                                                   See STORM page 16         •D-Srlsto•}.
                                                                                                                                                                       The Oh_•.n•r, Thursday, December 6, 1990

                                                                                  The Observer:

•     .-   itaff •te•                       made
              The road not taken   posing   said. explaining that the DOT h• n° ht•-

                                                                                       Police near an arrest in
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                                                                                       child abandonment case
    strong  defeat


                                                                                        .:] committee: to form'
                                                                                           e•ddltol•r                                                c•mpl/ance wlt•a
                                                                                                                                  consent dec•e signed in 1983 to fore-
                                                                                                                                                                                  "We've ,one fur•er th• Ume than
                                                                                                                                                                              we Imve before." sald WIllametz, a
                                                                                                                                  sta• any more • a•Jon In lieu of            member of one of the earner groups
                                                                                               P.•mdents from the CurUss Street cleanup ac•on by SRS.                         Interest • bette• focused and memb•s
                                                                                           a•ea of town are organl•ng Into a for.     Both gx•up$ died out for lac,k of in.   have a sen•, of dlxet•on, she added
                                                                                           real citlz• action commRiee to push te•t by their membe• a•d from •e                  "If we organize as a group w• w•
                                                                                           for the cleanup of an mdustrl• media at that time, explalned dackae
  The Obselver, Thulsday, December 4, 1990
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               ne•us -- 3

  In BristoISuperior Court on Dec. I0. po-
  lice saki.

       On Dec. 2, Cmol Ramm, 33,             of 96                                                                                                                                                      Leafy diet
 Wheeler Vfl/age Drive v,ras •ed v,dth                                                                                                                                                        Due to unseasably warm temper-
 making an improper turn and driving                                                                                                                                                          atures through October and
                                                                                                                                                                                              November, trees in the area were
 leased for a Dec. •0 ap• In Br•ol
                                                                                                                                                                                              lea•. • "rm:Id • (left)
                                                                                                                                                                                              of Pye Inc., Southington, and
                                                                                                                                                                                              Paul Zarrell• an employee with
       Richard T. Price. St.. of 16 Water SL.                                                                                                                                                 the town highway department,
                                                                                                                                                                                              vacuum      leaves     piles     along
 second degree reckless endangerment.

 BB gun and struck a fourteen year old

       JamesP. FrauenhelmefSout•nt•LorIStaron. landandbu•Flandem •. •ers I• m•---•ta•--•_ •=ydrop dwater t•tis •Dfaa•esdtt•e•dmO•r•
                                •,,,,                            partnership in Phmtsvflle •_•-d is water that wuuld have had to be Deser• •idd.
                                                                                                Last m•nth the Sou• 33oard of pmnped, treated and defivered to the cus-
                                                                                                                                   tomer and thereft•- represents the kighest by I-Iouse P,e• and people wi,• to
                                                                                             Water Commlsstoners approved the pur-

                                                                                             $5•0 to be used at the prolx•ed Nature Cen-
                                                                                             ter now under canstruction at Plantsvflle                                                           Donaflar• also may be delivered to the

                                                                                             quatity test kits, four diffe•mt •ideo tapes c•3      Repuh]icans to the House of Represeam.
                                                                                                                                                • bunched a drlv• to benefit families and
                                                                                                                                                members of the armed services called to ac-
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Pelah'ves of membe• of the am•ed forces
                                                                                             and • the development of a Water Re-                   House Republican leade•-e.lect Edward
                                                                                                                                                C. Krawieckl Jr.. of.Bristul said "Opera,on
                                                                                                 Water Board P•s•dent. Pau• H. Hem-

                                                                                                                                                                                              be• slxm]d call 1-800-275-0955. • of
                                                                                                                                                                                              Nat•mal Gua• members shouki call 1-800-

                                   • • • • •                                 one million gallon a
   Gugliotti Assoeiate•. of Sout• t• Paul I• Aust, Nancy C. Aust. and Freida day well without any
L Au• for $210.000. land and bu/kih•s on the ezst •de of Nu•zto DnX,e.       pa•nent and with a
                                   • * • • •                                 very positive environ-

of Waterford. to Marlsa L Thu_•cm• of WaIllr•ord. for $I land arxi bufl• on

   Nicholas Walleck, I• of Portland. to Edward J. Beach and Mlche]le M. Beach of          •Party Favors
New • for $126.000. land and buildings an the west side of Lynn Avenue.

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   Eugene F. Tor•nd of Sherbourne, Vermont, acting

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                                                                                                                                                                                                          THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1990


                     John A. Nigro Sr.
    John ,• Nigro Sr. of 36 Village Road died Nov. 4. The husband of Victoria Kle-
movich Nigro was 68 years old.
    A native of So•n, he w'as the son of the late Anthony and Av-gelina
Lorenzo N•gro. Prior to his retireme,nt in 1984, he wzs sextod at Mary Our Queen
Church, where he worked for 25 years. He was a member of the Catholic Golden
Age, the American Legion Kfltonic Post, the Disabled American Veterans post,
Calendar House Senior Citizens Center, American Association for Reth-ed Per-
sons (AARP) and St. Thomas Church. He w•s a former member of the Mary Our
Queen Church Holy Name Society.
    In addition to his wife, Mr. Nigro is survived by three sons, John A. Nigro Jr.
of Angola, Ind., Thomas J. Nigro of Bristol and Robert C. Nigro of Sunrise, Fla. ;
seven grandchildren; a great-granddaughter; sever• nleces and nephews.
    Della Vecchia Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.
Burial was at St. Thomas Cemetery.

                 Martha Drachenberg
   New Britain resident Mart.ha Haltner Drachenberg died Nov. 27 at the Jerome
Home in New Britain. The wife of John F. Drachenbexg was 72 years old.
   Born in New Britain, she also had resided in •on and Newington.
Mrs. Drachenberg graduated in 1936 from New Britain High School. She was a
 member •f St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church and the Lutheran Church             Plantsville Congregational Church
Women. She was former treasurer of the Ladies Aid Society.
    In addition to her husband, she leaves two sons, Russell J. Dracheuberg of

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ForestvtUe and Ronald F. Drachenberg of Soutl•on; two brothers, Robert
Haltner and Oscar HaRrier, both of N•vington; a sister, Elsie DINello of Newing-
ton: four grandchtldre•; severn1 nieces and nephews.
    Carlson Funeral Home in New Britain was in charge of the arrangements.

Cancer Society or the endowment .f•md of St. John's Evangelica• Lutheran
Church.                                                                                          BAPTIST                                V'tgil Mass ...............Sat. 5"p.m.         Tues.: Adult Edg:30 a.m., 7:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                                        Su• Masses _.8, 9"30 & 11 a.m.                 Thurs.: Adult Choir.....7:30 p.m.
                                                                                             Faith Baptist
            Genevieve Napiorkowski                                                       Church of Southington
                                                                                                                                        Daily Mass ....................7 a.m.
                                                                                                                                        Confessions ..........Sat. 4-5 p.m.                       Plantsville
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 First Lutheran
                                                                                          Pastor: The Rev. Ronald Hardy                                                               Congregational Church
    Rocky Hill resident Genevieve Napiork•wsld died Nov. 11 at her home. The
wife of the late Stauley Napiorkmcskl vm9 74 years old.
                                                                                                  243 La•ng Street                         St. Dominic Church                         Pastor: The Rov. Bonnie Bard•t,                              R. Lohmunn
                                                                                                       628-8147                            Pastor: The Rev. Walter F.
    Born in New Britain, she resided in l•cky Hffi for 45 years. Prior to her re-                                                                                                             Interim Minster                                    232 Bristol Street
                                                                                        Sunday S•hool ............. 9"30 a.m.                        Goraghty                         West Main and Chursh Streets,                         Church Office - 628-9001
tirement, she eras employed at the Vetermm Home and Hospital in l•cky Hill.             Stmday Morning Warship 11 a.m.                         1050 Flandars Road                         Pluntsville 628-5695                                    FALL SUNDAYS
She was a member of St. James ChurelL also in l•cky Hill.                                     Nursery Care Prodded                                 628-0349
    Mrs. Napiorl•wski leaves a brother, Edward Duck[ of Middletown; four sis-                                                                                                          Mor•ug Worship.......Su• 10                        Chu•.h Sshool ............. 9:00
                                                                                        Sun. Evening Ser•es. . 6 p.m.                   V'•i] Mass     ..... Sat. 5 p.m.               Church Sch0d & C•d Ca• ..SOL, 10 •.•
ters, Lucy Starzec of Middletown, Elvira Holyst of Southlngton, Helen Bartoslak         Meas' and Womens' Bible Studies                                                                                                                   Adult P•x•cam ............9.@0 am.
                                                                                                                                        Su• Masses _. •:30, I0 k H'30 am.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Holy Communion......10:15 a.m.
of • Hill and Sophie Dahlgren of Berlin; several nieces and nephews.                    Tuesday ....................... 7'30 p.m.       Daily Mass.. 7 & 9 a.m. m chapel
    • Hill Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.                                                                              Cou•sssioas.    ..Sat. 4-4 30 p•n.             FULL GOSPEL                                           (Nursery Care Provided)

                                                                                        Central Baptist Church                          (Confessions any•time by re-                    Tabernacle Christian                            Zion Lutheran Church
                  G. David D'Agostino                                                     Pastor The Rev. Jim Townsley
                                                                                                1505 West Street
                                                                                                                                                                                            Pastor: Mark Castro
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Pastar•. The Rev. Jerome E. Burca
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                531 Woodruff Street
    Forestvflle resident G. David D'Agostlno died Nov. 29 at the University of                     621-6701                            Mary Our Queen Church                             Assoc. Pastor: Rick Taricani
                                                                                                                                       Pastor. The Rev. Arthur J. Dupont                                                                      Church Ofl•ee 628-5759
Connecticut Medical Center in Farmington. The husband of Florence Anderson              Sunday Scheel ........... 10:15 a.m.                                                                135 Knawles Avenue,
                                                                                        Mor•ug Worship .......11 a.m•                            Savage Street                                                                            Chu•h Hall & Nureary Ssho•
D'Agostino was 77 years old.                                                                                                                                                              Sauflungten (Gcangv Hall)
                                                                                        Evening Service .............. 7 p.m.               628-4901(Rectory)                                                                                        628-6OO7
    Born in Meriden Aug. 28, 1913, he was an inventor all of his life. Mr.
                                                                                        Wed. Bible Study ........ 7 p.m.                Daffy Mass..Men., Tues., Wed.                                                                     Holy Gommuniou ......................
D'Agostino inve•ted a fully automatic washer extractor that was manufactured                                                                                                                                                              ..................Su• 9 a.m. & 7 p•.
                                                                                        Free Bas Traaspertu•on m              ....      &Fri...............          9a.m.            Sa• Moralng Worship....10:30 am.
by the Unit Wash Corporation and a heat reclamer. Prior to his retirement, he            ..Plainville, Bristol, Sauthingtoa.            V'•dl Mass .............Sat. 5 p.m.                                                               Ntmmry care available at 9 am.
                                                                                                                                                                                      Sun. Eve. Worship ............7 p.m.
owned the Chimney Heat I•lai•er Corp. of Southington.                                   .........................Al•o Chdd Csre         Sun • ...8 s.m, •0                            Wed. Mid-Week Sarvies7:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Sunday School .......... 10:30 a•
    Mr. D'Agostlno was a member of the Bristol Elks and Gloria Dei Lutheran                                                             Confessions .Sat. 3:45-4:30 p.m.                                                                  Btttlding is open for private
                                                                                                                                                                                      Fri. Christian Fellowship Center.
Church. In addition to his wife, he leaves two daughters. Diane Smith of                   First Baptist Church                         Baptisms by Appointment. Cali                                                                     prayer end meditation on ...
                                                                                                                                                                                      ...................................... :30 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Sunday, 6:30 p•n.
Southington and Nancy Pappas of Bristol; two sister, Helen Pompey of New               Pastor. Tim Rev. David C Strosahl                                                              Fri. Home Meetings ....7:30 p.m.
Britain and Julie Strtckler of Bristol; three grandchildren; several nieces and               •81 Meriden Avenue
                                                                                                                                            St. Thomas Church
nephews.                                                                                          628-8121
                                                                                                                                       Pastor=. The Rev. Thomas Bennett                  LATTER-DAY                                             CATHOLIC
    O•rlen l•meral Home in Forestvflle was in charge of the arrangements. Buri-         Stm. Werahip Service .1•.30 a.m.
al was in New Britain. Memorial donations may he made to the Gloria Del Memo-           Care i• provided for children up               Parochial Vicar: The Rev. Thomas
                                                                                                                                                                                           SAINTS                                               NATIONAL
                                                                                        th• th• asoond grade. Special                                    Cieelilmwski
                                                                                                                                       Parochial Vicar: The Roy. Daniel S.            Church of Jesus Christ                                    Holy Trinity
                                                                                        musi• i• part of the service.
                                                                                        Stm. S•uml All Ages ....9:15                                           Flyun                   of Latter.Day Saints                                   Polish National
                      Helen M. Fusaro                                                   Youth Fellowship ........64 p.m.
                                                                                        Thurs. Bible Study .9-10:30 a.m.
                                                                                                                                        In Residence: The Rev Jceeph Pettit
                                                                                                                                                      99 Bristol Street
                                                                                                                                                                                          Pastor:. Bishop John Lamb
                                                                                                                                                                                          Moriden-Wat•oury l•ad
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Cath•oHc Church
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Paster: The Rev. Joseph 11.
   Lauderdale Lakes, Fla. resident Helen M. Nicholas Fusaro, formerly of                Thurs. Youth Choir ...6:45 p.m.                                   628-4713                       (Stillmun's I-Igl) 628-0617                                Krnsianski
Southington, died Nov. 12 in Florida. The wife of Louis P. Fusaro eras 72 years         Thurs. Senior Cho•r . 7:30 p.m.                 Baily ma•es                                                                                       200 Summer Street, Plaut•flle
                                                                                                                                                                                      Priesthood Mooting...ll.•0 a.m.
old.                                                                                    Over 20 Adult Fellowship .............           .....7 a.m. & 12•10 p.m. in chapel                                                                             628-0736
                                                                                                                                                                                      Sun. School ................10:15 a.m.
    Born in New Britain, she attended St. Mary's Catholic School and New                  ........................3rd Sat. Evenings     Sat. Mass .................5 p•.                                                                 School of Christ•au Living ............
                                                                                                                                                                                      Sacrament Masting.....9:00 a.m.
                                                                                        Women's Aseeciotmn ............                 (Banda/s Liturgy)
Britain Senior H•gh School Prior to her retirement, she was recreation director                                                                                                       Aarouic Priesthood & Young .......                 ............................ Sum, 8:45 am.
                                                                                        ............................. 1st Tues. Noon    Sun. Masses....... 7, 8:15, 9 30,
at the Bel-Air Manor Convalescent Home in Kensington. She was a member of                                                                                                             Women..............Sun., 11:00 a.m.                Holy Mass ....................9:30
                                                                                                                                         .............10:45, 12:00 noon, 5 p.m.
St. Paul's Church in Kensington and St. Dominic Church in •,Southington.                ........................4th Tues. 7:30 p.m.                                                   Primary .............Sun. 10:15 a.m.               Wed. Catechism Class .....4
                                                                                                                                        Saturday• ..............8 a.m.                Relinf Society ...Sum, 11:00 a.m.
    In addition to her husband, Mrs. Fusaro leaves two sons, Dermis Fusaro of                                                                                                                                                            Parish Masting ...........................
                                                                                                                                        Confassioas...sat. 3 30-4'30 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         .....Second Sunday of the Month
Miami, Fla. and Peter Fusaro, in the U.S. Air Force, stationed in South Dakota; a
                                                                                                  JEWISH                                Confessions for Fi•t Friday .....
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Ledies Adurat•un Society ..............
daughter, Georgeane Alvarez of Miami; a brother. George Nicholas of New Britain;
                                                                                                                                        Th• previous Thursday, 4 p.m. un
                                                                                                                                        tfl tin,heal.                                             BAHA'I                                      ...First Tnaeday of the Month
three sisters, Yvonne Norton of Springfield, Mass., Mary Birmingham and Janet                                                                                                                                                            Men's Masting ...............................
Candelori, both of New Britain; 11 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; sev-           Jewish Congregation                           Good Shepherd Prayer Group ....                         Baha'i Faith
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         .... _•ourth Sunday of the Month
                                                                                                     P.O. Box 777                                              T
                                                                                                                                        ........................ •ssday, 7:30 p•.      836 Marion Avenun, Plantsvilie
eral nieces and nephews.
                                                                                                      628-0046                          Miraculous Medal Novena ...........                     628-7831
    Bu_r•l was in Florida.
                                                                                        For i•formation on worship                        ........................ esday 7 p.m.
                                                                                                                                        St. Thomas Scheel Bingo ..........                                                                   EPISCOPAL
                    Ralph Comparone
                                                                                        settees, call the above phone
                                                                                                                                         .......................... eas., 7:00 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                  T                       INTER-                                             St. Paul's Church
                                                                                                                                        Baptisms ...................Sun. I p.m.
    Kalph Comparone of I•i •Ae F-.•w•.- P•ad died •'--- In at •'--•--• llo•pital                                                                                                      DENOlVRNATIONAL                                   RecUr: The Rev. John E. McGinn
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            145 Main Street 628-8486
The husband of Susanne McDougall Comparone w•s 55 years old.                                                                                                                              Faith Living Church                           Sundays:
    Born in Bristol he res•ed in Southingten for 23 years. He was employed at                 ASSEMBLY                                 Imnmculate Conception                          Pasters: P•nnid & Susan Thomas                    Early Eucharist...........S:00 a.m.
                                                                                                                                              Church                                     20 Grove Street, Plantsvflle                   Adult Christian Ednaation.........
Pratt & Whitney AiroraR in Southington for 32 years. For many years, he was
scoutmaster of Boy Scouts Troop 31.
                                                                                               OF GOD                                     Pastor: The Rev. Theodore P.                           621-6452                                                                    9
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         ..................................... :00
                                                                                                  Calvary•                                            Gubala                           Sun. Merging Werahip 8 & 10                      Sunday School .............9:00
    In addition to his wife, he leaves three sons. Mark R. Comparone of Montvflle,
                                                                                                                                         130 Summer Street 628-2181                    Su• Children's Church ..10 am.                   Family Eucharist with Nursery.
Craig C. Comparone and Scott H. Comparone, both of Southlngton; twu daugh-                    Assembly of God
                                                                                                                                        Sat. Mass .................5:30 p•             Thurs. Evening .............7.•0 p.m.            Available ....................10:30
ters, Lisa Gentile and Susan I• Comparone, both of Southlngton; two brothers,           Pastor- The Rev. Wdl•m A. Till•y
                                                                                                                                        Sun Masses...7:30, 9:15 & 10'•0 a•             Tues. Youth Group .............7 p.m.            (Healing 4th Sunday of the
George Comparone of Bridgeport and Paul Comparone in Vermont; seven sisters,                    56 Dauham Bead
                                                                                                   747-6951                             Doily Mass ..........................8 a•.
Phyllis Chortler, Matilda Comparone, Jennie Warchol and Theresa Beals, all of                                                                                                         2ed Wed. Women ofW•d•....7:10 p•.
Trumbu11; Anne PeriIlo of Southtngton and Josephine Henry of Hartford; a                Sunday School .............I0 a.m.                                                            Men of Valor.......................T.B.•
                                                                                        Morning Worship ...........11 a.m.                                                                  Bible Classes Avaffshle
grandson; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by a brother, Lonis
Comparone and a sister, Rite Goodell.
                                                                                        Evening Service ............7 p.m.             CONGREGATIONAL                                 Services Interpreted for the Deal
                                                                                        Prayer & Prate Service ...............           First Congregational                                                                               Grace United
    Della Vecchia Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.
                                                                                        ......................Wed. 7:30 p.m.
                                                                                        FrL N'•nt Feliowsh•p .........7 p•m.
                                                                                                                                            United Church 0f Christ
                                                                                                                                                                                          NON-                                             Methodist Church
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Pastor: The Rev. Rolland Prnash
                    Leroy J. Hermann                                                    Calvary Assembly of God is a
                                                                                       charismatic church dedicated to
                                                                                                                                                  Gathered, 1724
                                                                                                                                        Rev. Dr. Gordon E. Ellis, Pastor
                                                                                                                                                                                              Bethel Church
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              121 Pleasant Street
    Leroy J. Hermann of 1226 Marion Ave., Marion, died Nov. I0 at St. Mary's           the preaching of the FUll Gospel of
                                                                                       Jesus Christ.                                       37 Main Street, 628-6958                      Pastor: The Rev. Ken Ocay                       Sun. Worship Service 10•0 am.
Hospltal in Waterbury. The The husband of Anna Stankevich Hermarm eras 88                                                                                                                                                               (With Nursery for preschoolers)
                                                                                                                                        •         Sunday Schednie
years old.                                                                                                                             MornisffWurship ...........t0 s.m.                                                               Chu•h School ...........10:15 am.
    Born in New York City, son of the late William and Margaret Conlon Her-                                                            (Commu•on cedi lot Sunday dmouth)                            628-•329                            (leaving fl•m the worship service)
mann, he resided in Marion since 1925. Prior to his retirement, he was postmas-
ter of the Marion Post Office for 30 yea•. He was a graduate of St. Joseph Col-
                                                                                              CATHOLIC                                 Chursh School & Nursery 10 a.m.
                                                                                                                                       Coffee-Fellowship Hour ....11
                                                                                                                                                                                      Morning Worship ...........10 am.
                                                                                                                                                                                      (Children's Chur• for ages 4-11)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Junior & Senior High United
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Methodist Youth Fellowships .......
lege in Calcorn, N.Y. He was a member of St. Aloysius Church. Mr. Hermann was              St. Aloysius Church                         Instrumental Ensemble11:15 a.m.                Prayer & Fellowship ........6 p.m.                                                     6
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         ..................................... :30 p.m.
                                                                                       Pastor: The Rev. Joseph German                  Ali C-od's Children (choir)11:15 a.m.          Wed.: Prayer/Youth Groups7 p.m.                   Choir..................Wed., 7:16 p.m.
an honorary member of the fire department's Hose Co, No. 4.
                                                                                        254 Burritt Street, Plunteville                                                                                                                 Commtmien...lot Sum of Menth
    In addition to his wife, he leaves twu sons, James Hermann of Marion: and                                                          Confirmation Class .......5:30 p.m.            Wed.: Bible Study........7:30 p.m.
                                                                                                 276-9208                              Musteni Seeds (Youth Choir)S:30 p.m.             A//are wekome m we/oo& to •d'•                  Pasteral counasllng through the
William Hermann of•e; a stepson, Joseph Starmitls of Marion;                                                                                                                                                                            office at 628-6996
                                                                                                                                       Jr. & Sr. Youth Fdknvslui• ......7 p.m.        Word for tl• mt• •ed•d •uw•.• to
    P1antsvflle Memorial Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. Buri-
al was at St. Thomas Cemetery.
The'Observer, Thursday, December 6, 1990

                                    terest grows for
                                  Festival of Trees
                                  by Sandra C. Main•rl                     place for a tree with antique crystals
                                  staff writer                             and other small collecUbles.
                                                                               Calllln Knowlton won first place in
                                      Jeanle Perrault has entered a tree the children's division for her miniature
                                     every Southington Arts and Cra]• clay figure tree.
                                           of Trees for the last 11 years.     Second place winners included: Do-
                                            by Helen Cushing, director of lores Maccio for the m•ce in satin. Mac-
                                       organization, Perrault's themes •cio Ires been submitting a mouse deco-
                                  have always been around pets. Each ration tree yearly, according to Cush-
                                  year she constructs a display with pre- tug. Many local fam•es enjoy collecting
                                  sents for cats and dogs she said last h•r vmrk.
                                  Friday, at the Champagne opening of          The Apple Valley Quilters. quilted
                                                                           their way into second place in their di-
                                     With festive music played and sung vlston. The miniature quilts hung from
                                  by Anita Siarkowski, participants most of the branches on their little
                                  quickly got into the Holiday spirit. The spruce tree.
                                  small rooms of the Historleal Society        A special award for precision in
                                  were almost b•flging to capacity whe• tree-trimming we•t to the t•e entitled
                                                                           "Christmss Ross." Steplmnie Grabows-
                                  d•p•y.                                   ki won honorable mention.
                                                                               So did the sixth grade class from
                                  participated in the annual event. "We Immaculate Conceptton's C.C.D. pro-

                                                                           structed under the direction of Rose-
                                      The trees ran the gamut from mm-y WoJctk and Judy Telesmanlck.
                                  whimsical to elegant. Prizes were
                                  awarded in several categories includ- Barbara Zuchowskfs display, "The                                                                                                                   II
                                  ing, children's division, craft exhibit, Bear is Back" in honor of Governor-

                                                                                    Gag DePaolo took honorable men-
                                      The Best in Show ribbon was               tion for her tree trimmed in fine •
                                  awarded to Southington Valley Garden          cups and saucers.
                                  Cl•b for their display of homemade rel-          Astrld Paterno's rosemalmg (Norwe-
                                  ishes and Jams. The club also won a           gian folk-painting) was also cited for
                                  fl•t place ribbon in their division for a    honorable mentio•
                                  tree decorated with gold straw nests              Ruth Lonergan and Kim IVmiorano
                                  and red cardirufls.                          were cited for their water color display.
                                      First place-in the cra_• divlston went        There was ever•hing from ribbon
                                  to Kristine Telke and Wanda Mann for         to straw to g)ass and satin trims. Ce-
                                  their Teddy Bear Display.                    ramic figurines, slate sculpture and
                                     Another First Place award was won         hand-made wooden accent pieces were
                                            Patla for the wicker toy c]mir     all on display.
                                  she constructed. Marion Vlrello's glass          The three-room exhibit is opened
                                  work won her a similar honor, In the         for vtewtog and for sales on Saturdays
                                  commerc•l division, the General Store        and Sundays from 1 to 4 p.m., with the Jeanne Perreault puts the final toush on a tree decorated with pet gifts at
                                  Antiques of Plantsvflle received first       final date set for Sunday. December 16. the Festival of Trees sponsored by the Arts Council.       ••

                                  JDF representative lives her topic
                                  by Sandra C. Ma]neri                         with Juvenile                                    shocked. I had no idea that it was that.          She added, "I think it is important
                                  staff writer                                 diabetes.                                        My vision w• tempora•ly blurred be-          to know it is not a negative thing. It is a
                                                                                   Somewhere                                    cause the lenses of my eyes were             positive. I've shown in the last two and
                                     One look at Patricia Whealon in her       between morn-                                    swoUen," she sald.                           a half years I can llve with it. It's not
                                  M• Sou•n crown was enough to                 ing Jogs, mod-                                        "I learned to do shots. I went to       going in stop me. I contr.. It's not
                                  inspire a young Cyndi Clmllant to fol-       eling, piano,                                    Joslin ( a clirflc to Boston) for a day:"    going to control me."
                                 low in her •otsteps.                          voice lessons                                        But before long she was on her feet          During November, national Juvenile
                                      Fifteen years later C•t wears            and work-ou•s                                    again. Her aspirations for herself were     Diabetes Awareness Month, Cha]fant
                                 the Miss Southington crown proudly,           at Gold's G•h,                                   higher than ever. With regard to dla-       assumed the role of publicist for the
                                 but her eyes are on another goa].             she finds time                                  betes she said, "It's a lit-tle inconve-     annual Juvenile Diabetes Walk-a-thon
at tl•e                               *I'd love to become the spokesper-       to test her                                     nient. It limiia your spontaneity     to be held in Southington in May, ac-
                                 son for the Juvenile Diabetes Associa-        blood and give
                                                                                                     Cyndi Cha•mt              times."                                      cording l•bert Maloney a chairman for
                                 tion," she said. With Chalfant. all           herself the two                                      But she /s convinced the disease        the event.
                                 things are possible.
                                                                                injections of insulin per day her body         will not limit her chances at the state           In that capacity she win make pub-
                                     Her studies in public relations at
                                                                                requires,                                      title in June.                               lic appearances, write press releases,
                                 Emerson College led her to an intern-              "If I become Miss Connecticut, I in-            "Kids need to know because they         and hopefully attract a celebrity chair
                                 ship as a press assistant with the            tend to champion three causes. One of           have Juvenile diabetes there are no I/m-     person for the event that is targeted to
Chr•tmas part•                   Boston Marathon.                              them, of course is diabetes, since I            its to accept because there aren't."         raise $75,000.
                                     After graduation in 1988, Cbal•ut         have diabetes," she said.
                                 went on to pohsh her eommunl•'ations               She remembered her llfe at age 22.
                                 skills. As accmmt executive with Deck-
                                 er R•ckard .•lvertistng Agency. She has
                                 the ultimate Job, she said. She is the
                                                                                "I was noticing I was really thirsty. I felt
                                                                               ll]ce I was drinking 15 gallons of water
                                                                               a day. I was eating so much and drop-
                                                                                                                                          HELP SOMEONE
                                 account executive for the connecticut         ping weight," she added. The petite
                                                                               blonde weighed in at 102 pounds. She
                                     "I make the whiner announcements          had circles under her eyes, she said.
                                 and gtdde the winners though the pro-              On a trip to Virgln•a in the Spring
                                 cess of cotlectmg their millions," Chal-
                                 rant said. "Eight mtllion dollars can
                                 certainly change people's lives," she
                                                                               of 1988, she met a friend at the airport.
                                                                                    W•rhen she looked at me, she had a
                                                                               look of horror. She looked scared, but
                                                                                                                                           AN IMPORTANT
                                 added.                                        covered it up. I knew there was some-
                                     While one might think that Chal- tmug wrong."
                                 fant leads a clmrmed life, the 24- year- Chalfant qhecked into a hospital
                                 old woman wages a persona] battle with a blood sugar level of 900, "I was

                                                                                                                                      Invite a friend to your house of worship.
                                Dressed for the holiday                                                                                          For more information
                                Fifth graders at Plantsvlile Elementary Sohool stagged their holiday perfor-
                                mance for fellow students and parents this weelL About 55 students per-                                      call toll free 1-800-638-3463.
                                formed un•der the direction of vocal music teacher Jean Coughl/n and In-
                                struments] music teacher Leonidas Jon•s. The program featured ballet
                                dancers, a host of elves and. Santa. In the foreground are Brian Viola,
                                Christopher Boyles, Ryan Blanchette, Leanne Dupre and Matthew Rungl
                                dressed as packages.                                          •i •-•
                                                                                                   INI                                                                      N                           THE OBSERVER
                                                                                                                                                                                                  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1990

                                                                                                                             TA                    CA                     0                                   W

      An independent newspaper, open to all parties, influenced by none.                             Citizens invited to speak on proposed bills
                                                                                                        The General                              doing most of the work to develop legls- session will be devoted to public hear-
                          Published by The Step Saver, Inc.                                        Assembly        con-                          lation. They will decide which of the   Ings where anyone is welcome to test•y
                                                                                                   venes Jan. 9, and                             proposed bitls be given consideration   for or against any bill that •lears that
                                                                                                   legislators are al-                           and can propose additional bills.       all important first re•iew by committee.
      A•thony L. UrIIlo, prescient                        Jenmle M. Ur/I]o, secretzmy/t•ea•tL,•r
                                                                                                   ready in the be-                                  The committee then has bills        I encourage area residents to follow the
                                                                                                   ginning phases of                                                                     newspapers for hearing notices and to
       • J. Potrot, ed•tor-m-e•.ef                        Kenneth D/•u•o, •nfly llwn8 editor       submitting bills                             as law and then holds one or more take advantage of their right to attend a
                                                          Peter Farrlcker, •K•rCs echto•           for consideration                            public hearings on the bills. The com- public henrlz• and testLfy on legislation
       News & Editorial                               Advertising & Circulation                    during the five-                             mittee may also hold public hears on that concerns them.
       P.O. Box 648; 213 Spring Strut                 P.O Box 548; 213 Spring Strut                month       regular                          bills covering a general subject matter.
                                                      South•gto• CT 06489                          session.                                          Many would be surprised to know         The status of a particular bill can
       Tehph•ne (203)6,?.1..6751                      Telephona: (20•) 628-9645                         By opening day of the session, leg-     how many b_flls are considered. In the be obtained by calling the information
                                                                                                   lalators and candidates elected to rake      last five-month session in 1989, there room at 240-0555. The information
                                                                                                   office in January will have submitted        were a total of 3018 House bills and room is in operation throughout each
                                                                                                   scores of prop€reed bills. A proposed bill   resolutions and 1479 Senate bi/]s or regular leglshtive session and for a few
                                                                                                   is the first step in enacting legislation,   resolutions. These numbers represent weeks alter adjournment.
                                           0               A                                       it is a simple statement of what the
                                                                                                   representative or senator intends the
                                                                                                                                                an average of just more than 40 pieces       We in Connecticut have a citizen
                                                                                                                                                of legislation for each senator, and an lagtsfature. The General Assembly ts of-

OUR 15TH ANNIVERSARY:                                                                              legislation to do.                           average of nearly 20 pieces for each tic/ally considered a part-time organisa-
                                                                                                                                                member of the House.                     tion, although many of us devote ful/-

A time to look back and ahead
                                                                                               All proposed bills are referred to the               The figures are mlsleadmg, howev- time attention to the Job. As a member
                                                                                           appropriate committee for further con-               er, since many of the 4497 bills and ofthts citizen leglslatm•, I weIcome any
                                                                                            sideration. At the current time, there               resolutions are simply refined copies of constltueat with an idea for a proposed
      This month marks the 15th annive_,•ary of the establishment of The Observer. Over are 21 committees that review and act
                                                                                                                                                 the same proposal. However. these past bill to contact me at the State Capitol
 the years, the newspaper has seen and recorded many clumges in Southingiam                 on bills, the number could change un-                numbers do show that legislators again
      in 1975, Connecticut was recovering from its first Arab Oil Embargo, in wbich lines der the rules adopted for t.he next ses-
                                                                                                                                                 will consider hundreds of ideas for new
 for gasoline we• the rule and not the exceptior• FIReen ye•s later, gasoline again is ex-
 periencing priceJumpa, the result of another crisis in the Middle East.
                                                                                            slon.                                                laws.                                        Rep. Angola Fusco, R-Plantsville, repre-
                                                                                                The committees are responsible for                   The first weeks of the legislative sents o dlsfffct contalned in Southlngton.
      In 1975, the last U.S. troopa pulled out of •letoam. aRer the South Vietnamese gov-

 discussed as the nation prepares for a possible war with lraq.
     In Southtogton, too. the more tl•ngs change the more they seem to remain the same.
 In 1975, a huge racetrack complex was prolx•ed for West Street near Intemtate 84. A

                                                                                                     Income tax back on the table with Cibes appointment
 decade and a half later, similar projects have been pmposod as West Str•L Tuesday
 night a proposal for a multi-sor•med indoor movie theater for West Street was denied by

      Planners and re•ddents don't want West Street to become •nother crowded Queen                      Democratic                              budget deficit and economic slump that       Democrats.
 Street. Over the years, the land along •ueen Street has become developod and its rural             state Rep. WiIItam                           Weicker mnst face.                               Clbes has been one of those
 past is little more than a memory for some residents. With the construction of bus•esses,          J. Cibes Jr., who                                What Weicker recommends and im-          Democrats. What better person to ne-
 traffic on the artery has become heavy. And from time to time, plsxmers, police and                • unsuccessful-                              plements • be a lot more important           gotiate with a Democratic General; As-
 politicians list theJr solutions for the thomughfare.A crowded two-lane roadway has been           ly for governor, is                          to the people of Connecticut than what       sembly that someone who has been one
 transformed into a crowded tbur-la•e roadway. And there are some who want to trans-                returning to the             •               a candidate for governor suggested he        of their leaders?
 form it to a six-lane road in spots.                                                               state Capitol in                             would like to avoid.                             Many leglslatlve observers contend
      Education remains controversial, especially with the State Legislatur• "increasing            triumph. It hap-                                 Clbes' appointment id no guarantee       that Welcker will have to consider
 t•achers' salaries in the late 1980s. Most of SouthlnKmn schools w•m constructed ta the            pened because                                that Weicker will accept tax reform. But     slashing the budget, laying off state
 late 1950s and e•irly '60s, When The Obseroer t•st b•an publication, the sohool tafras-            Gov.-elect Lowell                            the appointment should leave little          workers, asktv.g for worker glee-backs,
                                                                                                    P. Weicker Jr.                               doubt that Weicker would be willing to       and other dreaded options if he is to re-
 problems, such as leaky roofs and inel]•cient heating systems,                                     reached out for one of the best and the      offer an income tax - once Cibes             solve the state's budget crisis. At the
      Another big change has occurred in politics. PL•een years ago, the individuals who            brightest.                                   searched for cuts in the current state       same time, he will have to call for bud-
 helped the parties get tin.ugh the 1950s and '60s • still in power. People such as                      Weicker nam.e•. Cibes to be his bud-
 John Daley, Stephen Elliott. Samuel Bowers. Elizabeth Zdunczyk- Jce Zdimczyk- John                 get director, giving the New London

                                                                                                                                        governor-elect has ced the
 Carbone, Matthew Zichka. Urbin T. Kelley. Dr. George Gurao Dr. Reuben Tharcerg, Dr. An-            lawmaker the toughest Job anyone wtll
 thony D'Angelo, Dr. George Cormor, Adam Raczkowaki and others helped shape the town
                                                                                                    have in the new Weicker administra-
 and bring It to its currant age.
                                                                                                                                                 combined budget deficit and
      in 1990. those mentioned am gone, though they made their mark on the commtLrdty
                                                                                                         During the gubernaturtal ca•npaign,
while they were alive. A "c• of the guard" has happoned. A •rave of new politicians
 have come to power in Sou•n government.                                                            Welcker said that he would consider ev-
                                                                                                    e• option to resolving the state's bud-
                                                                                                                                                 economic slump that Weicker
     Sometimes. problems that recur need new solutions, or ]east a fresh look. "Font a look
 at what is happening in Plantsville. A group of merchants has gotten together and sug-             get crisis. Wetcker did say that he op-
 gested •rays to maim the•lowntown business disttict more lively. It took a man from Ver-           poses the state income tax in the face
 mont to help get the bali rolling on some of the proposals,                                        of a $2.1 billion budget deficit. So the
     The Southingion Downtown t•talizatlon Commltice also is looking at wtmt can be
 done to help Soutldngton •c•nter become vtable. The • and renovations have been
                                                                                                    appointment of Cibes, an income-tax
                                                                                                    backer, slgr•Is that even an income tax      must face.
 tailed about for years, but In the 1990s, it looks as ff the changes will be a reality.            is back on the table for the upcoming
     Southington isn't a small town anymore. As any municipalRy of 40,000. It has big city         General Assembly se•ion.                     budget.                                      get reform - and posalbly the income
problems, such as •tme, homelessaess, ov•. over-development unemployment,                                C•bes has long been a Democratic           Cibes, who was known as one of           tax.
infrastructure, water pollution and transportation, These problems will be faced again             team player. But he also has been a          the Legislature's top number crunch-              My guoss ts that aRer the budget is
and agog. And as the town becomes more populated and developod, these situations will              Iong-tlme advocate of both tax reform        ers, has craRed budgets without his          scrutinized by Cibes. Weicker will not
                                                                                                   and a graduated income tax.                  personal preference for an income tax.
     C.bange. too, has occurred at The Observer. The newspai•r now used computer tech-                                                                                                       want to cut deeply, particularly in pro-
                                                                                                        The courage and foresight demon-        But the numbers thts time around may
nology to brtog a better-looking, erlsper product. In the mid-1970s, the paper used the                                                                                                      grams that help people. He will have to
                                                                                                   strated in appointing Cibes indicates        be too big for the Legtslature to avoid
old, cumbe•ome photo typesetting machines. The articles that the reporters typed would                                                                                                       propose tough choices first, before the
                                                                                                   that Weicker is willing to consider all      tax reform.                                  state legislature blinks.
                                                                                                   options now, rather tlmn later.                  The appointment of Cibes gave We-
     The newspaper's art department, too, used to do everything by hand, Copy was past-                                                                                                          The Cthes appointment is a sign
                                                                                                        If Cibes recommends a tax reform        lcker a respected and populm- flaeal         that Weteker will be •t. He won't
ed up by a coalition of edRors, writers and grapldc artists. In 1990, the pages are com-
                                                                                                   and income-tax package to Weicker,           pert. It alao Showed political smarts.       be afraid to propose a state budget and
pleted by computer with some human help. In addition, from-page color photos have be-
                                                                                                   and Welcker endorses it, the new gover-          The governor-elect likos to say
come a reality. As n•w teclmology develops, the newspaper tries new approaches. It's in-                                                                                                     tax package that must be passed to
teresting to note the first three letters in the word, "news." also spell "new."                   nor no doubt will be re•zinded that he       in winning as an independent, he             meet the state's needs.
     But the one thing that hasn't changed is The Obsemer's commitment to Southingtor• The         x-riled an income tax out in the first       against the politicians. But he political
last decade and a half has prowm that. In addition, the ne•papcr has become the one of             year of his administration. But no gov-      reality is that he must d•eal succe•illy         Bob Douglas is public-affairs commen-
reeord in Southington. It is kept on m•croflche at the Soull•ngton Public IJbra•. It is the only   ernor-elect has faced the combined           with a legislature controlled b•             tator for Conn'ectlcut Public Television.
newspaper produced locally and totally publL•hed f0¢ Soutl•gton concerns. E.D.

Residents sentiments win out on PZC
    A proposal fi-om National Amusements Inc. to build a multiplex movie theater on                            InStall teeth into DMV regulations
West Street near the 184 Interclmnge was voted down Tuesday night by the planning
                                                                                                       Crunch. Your                             a piece of the rock, or was in good          without a license. Curiously, though,
and zoning commias•an. Among the reasons listed by members for their action was
                                                                                                   worst       driving                          hands; but he isn't,                         until recently the Commission of Motor
one of the most solid a commts•on could stand on - resident sentiments.                            nightmare: the                                   That uninsured driver is in some         Vehicles could suspend the license and
    When the proposal was first looked at by the PZC in Novernber a group of resi-                 squeal of the tires
                                                                                                                                                trouble. Driving without insuranco is a      registration belonging to an individual
dents formed to oppose the proposed use of the land by National Amusements. The-                   then the Jolt of im-
                                                                                                                                                misdemeanor, and he faces criminal           with no security - such as Insurance -
aters have been proposed on West Street in the past and turned down. This latest                   pact. What had                               sanctions. You are in some trouble too.      to cover the consequences of accident
group feared National would continue to re-submlt its request for zone changes on                  been a trip to the                           To recover your damages, you must            involvemento
the s•te and wear down opposition on the commission to the proposal.                               store or a simple                            now institute a lawsuit against the oth-         The General Assembly felt that was
    Action of the requested zone changes to allow a 12-screen movie theater to locate              commute           is                         er driver. If the other driver is at fault   not necessary, and repealed that au-
on land zoned for heavy industry, and allow buflcling within 2000 feet of a highway                turned into a mo-                            and has the flm•ncial resources to pay,      thority in a 1989 btU concerning farm
Interchange, was tabled until this week.                                                           ment of horror.                              you might collect aRer some w•ugling.        vehicles.
    During that time, PULSE (Positive use of Land during Southlngton's Expansion}                      If you're lucky, nobody is hurt. The         But, you say, this is very unlikely.         I think tlmt was a bad idea. The De-
emerged as an organized opponent to the requested zone changes.                                    damage is done not to living thlz•s but      After all, you have to show the motor        partment of Motor Vehlelos should have
    Observers anticipated the Tuesday night's vote to go in favor of the developer. In-            to property. In any case, the paper trail    vehicle department that insurance card       the authority to suspend irresponsible
stead commission members voted 4-3 against the request. Members cited residents                    starts here. Swap licenses, registra-        or they won't give you a registration,
opposition to the request and a desire to see more contiguous development in that                  tions, Irmurance cards; RII out reports,     right? Wrong. It is no longer necessary      ther, Insurance companies should be
                                                                                                   statements and forms.                        to show that card upon registration re-
     PZC members also expressed concern that a movie theater would exacerbate                                                                                                                re Luired         _the DMV in the event
West Street's traffic problems.                                                                        •.•:imates and inconveniences later,     statement that he has, and will contin-      or is voluntarily cancelled: a proposal
     The effect of PULSE on the vote is difficult to determine. Other graasreots organi-           the car ts fixed and aRer some time the      ue to keep, insurance coverage. If the       calicd for by my colleague Tim Upson.
zationo formed to oppose a specific proposal have lost their appeals to the PZC. How-              old oil company slogan, "Happy motor-        policy lapses, he oRen still has a card          A majority of drivers are responsi-
ever, it is difficult to vote against a room full of fellow residents, and responsible to          ing," is once again a reality.               that, on its face, looks valid to a fellow   ble. Wc must hold those who aren't ac-
hear their pleas.                                                                                      Enter the complications: Imagine         motorist or a police officer, That is as     countable for their irresponsibility.
     At no other level of government do residents have a more direct impact on policy.             the driver that crunched you doesn't         gamble that too many people choose to
It is by far the most accessible and relevant to our daily lives. It is reassuring to see          have insurance. He did once, but let         take.                                            Sen Steve Somma, of Waterbuw, repre-
the PZC take the sent•nent of their constituents to heart when deciding on the fu-                 the policy lapse. The card In the glove
ture path of Southington's growth. F.J.P.                                                                                                           Connecticut provides those criminal      sents a district that Inoludes part of
                                                                                                   box of his car led you to believe he had     penalties I mentioned before for driving     Southlngton.

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        Tis the                                                                                                                                                                    Paper trees
       season to                                                                                                                                                                   help worthy
      be helpful                                                                                                                                                                      cause
                                                                                                                                                                                 by Peg Donohue

                                                                                                                                                                                     While many people debate the aos-
      Drive to any convenience store or                                                                                                                                          thetic appea/ of hve Christmas trees
  supernulrket in town, or talk to any                                                                                                                                           versus the practica/nature of their artl-
  school student, and within minutes                                                                                                                                             flcla counterparts, there is Little argu-
  you w/ll hear about something spec/al                                                                                                                                          ment when it comes to a totally differ-
  Imppening for the holidays.
                                                                                                                                                                                 ent variety of seasonal tree: the paper
     People are caring. Projects are un-                                                                                                                                         • being offered by the Southington
  der way a/l over town and mini-fund-
       To date 1200 paper candies pur-
                                                                                                                                                                                 six to eight inches tali on a piece of
    chased for a dollar a plece,by
                                                                                                                                                                                 white paper, can be found in mm•y Io-
    Eduwards shoppers, h•nd upon a
    Christmas tree in the store. Proceeds                                                                                                                                        ca/restaurants and gathering places.
    benefit Newlngton Children's hospital.                                                                                                                                       For the price of a single dollsr bill any-
       X-Marts in town champion the                                                                                                                                              one can • the/r own tree with a sig-
   cause of Je•mifer Creed. The Jennifor                                                                                                                                         •ature. thereby making a donation to
   Creed Fund helps families of children Remembering Pearl Harbor                                                                                                                the United Cerebral Palsy foundatiom
   with cancer at the New England Medi- Capt. John T. Nugent, U.S. Naval Reserve, second f•om left, speaks of remember/ng the importance of the lessons                              This is the second year that the pa-
                                           learned from the Dec. 7. 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. Varoes vetersns' groups and residents were in attendance                        per Christmas tree project is being
                                           Sunday for the s01emn ceremony at the Southington Town Green. With Nugent are Roland Frazlen commandant of                            s•pap•oxed by the Ja}•. It •-.•- a•art-
      A•,•d why he wanted to help this the Marine Corps League, Department of Connecticut, le/t, and Chester Str•chel, past department commandant
   cause, one store ma•agevr yel/ed back and past deteachment head of the Marine Corps League, third from left.                                                                 ed last year as the brainchild of current
 • through b_is office door, "Dec•use Fm a                                                                                                                                      Jaycees President Kim ZaJac. and Im-
                                                                                                                                                                                plemented by Joe Lavole. who is this
     There are lots of other nice guys                                                                                                                                         year's project chairman.

                                                                Listen to the residents
 and gals of every age in tow•                                                                                                                                                      "Klm came up with this idea. and
     The Toys for Tots project is gather-                                                                                                                                       nobody else was doing anythh•.g Itke."
 ing momentum. Coldwell Banker-Dem-
                                                                                                                                                                                explained Joe, who has been a member
 ing and Luscomb on North St. is a dos-
                                            To the editor.                                proved, Sou•on is bound to them. clearer than those developers and their             of the Jaycees for a little over a year.
 /gnated drop-off center.
                                                                                          •Wnat is best for the Town of Soutl•ng- law flrmsl                                   "We're hoping to pass the mark we hit
     According to Elaine Bedar•, man-
                                            I attended the planning and zoning            ton is enforcement of present zoning                                                 last year."
 ager. "We were Iook•g for something to                                                                                                  Members of the Southington Plan-
                                        hearing regarding an application made             laws and regulations. We ali agree the ning and Zoning Commission: Carl                   That mark is quite high for a brand
 get involved in and decided on this be-
 cause other Coldwell Bankers have      by National Amusement Inc., for two               master plan of development is a priori- Verderame, Lucia Klemovich, Robert new type of project which ouly Just got
 done it in the past."                  zoning changes needed to a/low a 12-              ty. Time and money have been spent Oslmna, Fred Seraflno, Dolores Longo, off the ground. About 2000 trees where
                                        screen cinema theater to be built. How            preparing thls guideline to ensure qua/- Dave Mastrianni and Doug Topshe. I displayed in establishments through-
     On Saturday from 11 ram. to 2 p.m.
 the office will have a Santa Claus who Dolores Longo and Fred SeraRno can                ity expansion, without over-develop- urge you to listen to the voices of out SouLhington and I•atnville, •
 will accept gifts from children to helpmove to approve this application aRer             ment. Granting Nations/ Amusements residents. Should you approve these that a very nice donation to the Hart-
                                        witnessing public opposition is beyond            proposed appliculton is contradicting amendments, a grave injustice will ford Chapter of United Cerebral Palsy.
 other children. The project is done in comprehension. Ms. Longo is • to
                                                                                         what so many people have worked hard have been done to the People of But of course th• type of giving is what
 conjunction with the U.S. Marine allow the zoning clumges to be granted,                to achieve.                                                                           the Jaycees m'e all about.
                                                                                           '" I am a Sou•n •. I rep-                                                                Joe prov/ded a little insight into
 dard satd.       '                          plus residents wbat they think?                                  -,r
                                                                                         resent one voice am0n• many, and be-
                                                                                                                                                            Michele S. Davis h•tory of this c/vie organlzat/on by de-"
     Many school children are turning            Once the amendments are ap-             Lieve we should be heard louder and                                   Curtlss Street scribing how it wa• founded a litt/e over
 their thoughts to the Middle East with                                                                                                                                        70 years ago. A ymmg man named C.

                                                       Simply stated, it was political
 collections of •small gti•s for soldiers                                                                                                                                      William Brownfleld. a/ong with some of
 stationed there. Students at Tha/berg                                                                                                                                         his contemporaries out in Minnesota,
 and St. Thomas Elementary Schools                                                                                                                                             decided to establish a Junior Chamber
 are involved in similar campaigns. To the editor,                                       never had the opportunity to serve, member rea• becomes useful and el- of Commerce during the war years.
 P1antsvflle students are writing to Op-        The ouster of two Republicans fi-om      What in the world does this have to do fectlve. Is this what Mr Meccarlelio While its orlgt• were typically ooc•al in
                                             the ZBA (zoning board of appeals) id       with the situation? We have thousands means by keeping the ZBA "Fresh?"               nature at the outset, the organizaihm's
     Students at St. Dominic School are over the dam and history. We know                of people who never had the opportuni-         All v• are asking Mr. Meccariello is philosophy gradualiy became more and
 collecting socks for a sock tree. The do- that both political parties have done         ty. Then as ff he felt an apology or ex- to say it the way it is. It was strictly a
                                                                                                                                                                              more c/vie minded.
nations will go to town • to assist things l•ke tl•s and rm afr•d th• wili               planation was in order, he adds "I political move as (Democratic Town
                                             a/ways be a part of the political scene.   wouldn• bet that these two gentlemen Committee Chairman) Ed Rich very                      Today, the Jaycees is an interna-
     The children also a•mually coliect         However, I believe when a public of-    wffi run for political office in :the fu- honestly and forthrightly stated.           tiona/ organization readily known for
tofletties for retired sisters at Mercy- ficia has proven to be honest, hard            ture." Then why put them on? It takes                               Paul Hexnberger its activities in indivldua/ cities and
knoll                                       working, non-political in his actions       a term or even longer before a hoard                                        Milldale towns. As Joe Lavole describes the
     At DePaolo Junior High School. and looking out for the best interests of                                                                                                 Southington organization, it's actually
students are involved with Save the the town, while having a sincere con-
Children. The Grade 8 team applied for cern for its citlze•s, then it is a mistake      Commission breald ,g old stereotypes                                                  "a bunch of good friends who I/ke to get
                                                                                                                                                                              together to help the community in any
a child and received the name of Ruby to remove that official from office Just          To the editor:.                                 ° monitor implementation of exist- w•y we Ca•l."
a t•elve-ycar-old girl from Colorado's                                                        The Southington Commission on ing state and federal legislation con-                 For anyone between the ages of 21
                                                What I found distastei•l in this par-   the Handicapped was first appointed by cernlng people with disabilities.              and 39 who wants to become involved
                                            ticulsr action was for Kyle Meccariello
sponsor several fund raisers to help                                                    the town counc°d Feb. 14, 1978. The             ° act as an advocacy coordinating to in the Jaycees and ali its good work,
                                            to pretend that it was for other rea-       commission consists of nine members. bring about new programs and expanding meetings are held every first Tuesday
their new young friend.
     The gt• tree is up in the fayer of St. sons. nsmely the "need for a change."       The commission was re-named the services to people with disabilities.
                                                                                                                                                                              (except for holidays) at 7:30 p.m. at the
                                            Then in the same breath, be says *good
Aloysins Church. Here first names of                                                    Town of Southlngton Commission on              * increase community awareness
                                            or bad. we need new perspectives on         Disability.                                                                           Masonic Hall on Main Street. New
youngsters and adults are written on the ZBA.* This is recommending                                                                and understanding of the needs and
gilt tags. along with grit suggestions.                                                      The reason for this change is that concerns of Southington residents with members are always welcome.
                                            c•e Just for the sake of it. It is an ir-   the torm 'disability' has a more post-                                                    And for anyone eating out, or shar-
Parisl•ners take a tsg and come back responsible statement that clearly puts
                                                                                        rive ef•ct in i•fluenei•g the attitndes of     ° act as a resource and referral      ing a bottle of wine at a participating
wtth a!present for their secret friends party interests before those of the
                                                                                        others toward people with dlsabffitles, board for citizens encountering specific restaurant or pub this holiday season.
on Su•iday, Dec. 9.                         town.                                       since the focus is on the ability rather problems within the community, relat- puli out a dollar and tag yourself a tree,
     A11 over town there is evidence of         Mr. M• goes on to say that              than the disab|e•                          ed to their disability.                   It's for a great cause.
good will toward others. After all isn't the two new appointees are two people
                                                                                             We fed the following are important                            Terry Dlckenson        Peg Donohu• • o •'•4•nco t,•tor
that the message of the season?             who are natives of Southtngton who          responsibilities of this commission:                               Rolling Hill Lane Ing in South•ngton

by CotheHne Ouarnieri
                                            I'm dreaming of a green                                                                        " stmas
                                                                                       don't quite smell or look as nice as a      bought at a nursery potted, and can         a tree. keep all your options ope• Any
for The Observer                                 Fresh trees do have their problems. tree. They also are made of plastic,    later be planted outside. These trees do    action t.hat will save a live tree from be-
                                             First of a/l, they can be a serious fire and retain the problems inherent in its      require some special care however.          ing destroyed is worth the effort. If
     Are you ready? It's tune to battle hazard. Second. the tree cannot be
                                                                                                                                   Limit the time it is kept indoors to less   none of these a/ternatives seems viable.
 hundreds of other Christmas shoppers safely used for firewood later on as ev-            If you have an artiflclal tree that's    than two weeks, and keep it well wa-        how about Just decorating an outside
 for a tie for Dad, a brand new water • contain generous amounts of looking a little green around the gtUs,
                                                                                                                                   tered. When you are finished with it,       tree with lights. • will keep you in
 bottle for Aunt Matilda and ..... a pitch. Pitch will create dangerous leve• and w•nt to get rid of it, weigh these               put it outdoors in a sheltered but sun-     the holiday spirit with a minimum of
 Christmas tree. For most environmen- of soot in your chimney, leaving it rlpe options. Can you recycle the branches               ny m-ea and mulch the base. Plant the       effort and will not harm the environ-
 tsI1y consc/ous people, the purchase of for a chimney fire. The tree disposal into a wreath or swag for the door? Can             tree as soon as the ground thaws, and       ment in the least.
 a Christmas tree presents a dilemma, can be tricky for this reason. It can be you pass the tree on to someone else?              you•l have a beautifu• addition to your
 • #•- •           ....... r......                            r mulch or compost Perhaps there is someone Just starting           yard. You will a/so have contributed to
 cial fir, or a llve tree that can be plant- though, and most towns do collect the out who would appreciate it. Or per-           the earth's welfare.
 ed later on? All have advantages and
                                                                                      Imps a church, nursing home or hospi-            If there's no room in your yard for
                                                But what a waste of a tree! They are tal would enjoy a gift of a slightly         another tree. a Norfolk Island Pine can
     For those Christmas purists a used for a month maximum and then bedraggled but usable artificial tree.
                                                                                                                                  substitute wonderfully for a real
freshly cut tree is a must. Christmas thrown away.                                    Please consider these alternatives be-      Christmas tree. They are an indoor
trees are grown as a crop with a specif-        Art/flcial trees ar•becoming more fore dumping a tree into an already             tree. and grow to a nice s•e. The shape
Ic purpose in mind. They are not har- and more popular. •eir aesthetic qual- strained landfill site.                              is quite different than the traditions/
vested at random from forests, and for ity has improved, and they a•e much                Perhaps the best solution to the        Christmas pine, but why not start a
every tree taken, ten seedlings are safer tlmn a cut tree. Of cours% artifi- Christmas tree dilemma is to use a llve              new tradition? Be or•gina/I
planted. The practice is ecologically cial trees are Just that -- artificial. They tree. Many evergreen varieties can be
                                                                                                                                       Whatever you do when h•u•ting for
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                                                                                                                                                                                                     THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1990

           Editor's note: Who's News is designed to honor residents for a Job
      well done. small accomplishments as wsl/ as large ones• The column
                                                                                          Going to the library can be 'murder'
                                                                                          by Barbara Pierce
      will appear once a month in The Observer.                                           for The Obser•

                                                                                              it was the perfect night for a mur-
          Muriel BaUgand, a French exchange student visiting Southington.
                                                                                          der -- dark, with a steady drizzle of
      apparently didn't expect the red carpet treatment. Recently Bal/gand was            rain, and a bite of cold in the autumn
      honored by the town council, and she was given a plaque proclaiming her            air. Shadowy figures in elegant attire
      an honorary resident of Southington.                                               entered and exited the building in
            Susanne 11. H•ghes, a foreign language teacher at John F. Kennedy            question. The large number of cars out-
                                                                                         side seemed to indicate the presence of
      Junior H.Igh School, sent a letter of thanks to John Weichsel, town man-
                                                                                         foul play.
      ager, for the "honor. attention and respect shown to our foreign visitor."
                                                                                              The building -- the Southington
            The French student is staying with the Hughes" family as part of the         Public Library • might seem an un-
      North Atlantic Cultural Exchange League. According to Hughes, the                  likely place for a crime, but on the
      group's goal "is to foster international understanding."                           night of Nov. 18, it became the site of
            The new electronic bell system that grsce• Faith Baptist Church on           the murder of famed but flctlomfl con-
      Lanlng Street can be heard on Queen Street. While sitting in snarled traf-
      tic. the musical tones are an inspiration sound.                                        The participation murder mystery
                                                                                          "Finale" was presented that night by
            The bell system vms dedicated last month at a celebration that also
                                                                                          Partners in Crime," an acting troupe
      marked the 25th an•tversa• of the church.                                           based in Trumbull. The group re-en-
            Southlngton resident June Fiondel/a has been elected t•asurer of              acts participation murder mysteries on
      the Central Connecticut Chapter of Women in Communications Inc.                    a regular basis for Carnival Cruise
            The group is a national organization open to men and women in com-           Lines. The troupe also does children's
                                                                                          performances and musical productions
      municatlono. Its goals are to promote the advancement of women in all
                                                                                         through their production company                          The Friends of Bouthlngton L/hrary recently sponsored the parUeipaflon
      fields of communications; to work for FL•t Amendment rights and respon-             Steppin' Out Entertainment.                              murder mystery, 'Finale.' pe•ormed by the Partners in Cximo acting
      sibfl/fl of those in the communications field: and to promote high profes-              The murder mystery revolved                          troupe, seen in the above photo. Appxoxi•mtely 100 people attended the
                                                                                         around Isaiah Perlmutter, portrayed by                    performance and helped solve the 'cxime.'
          Fiondella is employed as manager of communications services and                David Lampe-Wflson. Perlmutter was
     speclai projects for Northeast Utilities.                                           described as a self-centered musician.                 suspect would be the winner. Partici-                     volv•d. When Isaiah was finally
                                                                                         Also involved were Constance, uor-                     pants, in the mystery were allowed to                     murdered, falling to the floor with a
          N•- P.o=€ P.=dlir• has • chose• executive direc•tor of the Re-
                                                                                         trayed by Beth Brig. Perlmutt'er's                     question the performers in-between the                    note clutched in his hand, one of the
     Ured Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) for New Britain, Berlln and                                                                           action and could follow the actors as
                                                                                         singer-accompanist. Constance was
     Sonthington.                                                                        the violinist's" recently-rejected lover.             they moved about the llbraxy. Randazzo                     ment-- rushed forward, snatching the
          Unit recently, Redllng was development coordinator for the Meals on            Also introduced were Perlmutter's                     cautioned the audience however, that
     Wheels Food for Life Campaign in South Central Connecticut. Prior to                lovely, but neglected wife, •.armen, be-              the answers provided by the characters                     note'•'v•dencel* • cried, t•inmphaut/y.
     that, she v•s with Junior Achievement for 17 years, serving as vice-presi-          lievably acted by Dorothy Hanrshan,                   m•ght not necessarily be true.                                 After the mdrder was committed,
     dent of operations.                                                                 who put aside her own outstanding ca-                      "They WILL lle," she warned. The                      teams gathered together to compile da-
                                                                                         reef as a violinist to promote the ca-                actual murderer would obviously t•y to
            RSVP matches senior citizens to volunteer their time to help area non-                                                             mislead the participants, she said.
                                                                                         reer of her husband; Antonio Ferrante,                                                                           urday, two team• had done 8ome supe-
      profit and civic groups.                                                                                                                      Characters were introduced subtly
                                                                                         portrayed by Peter Randazzo, a pas-                                                                              rlor sleuthing, and pinpointed the tour-
           Lucille Cusano of Sou•on, pro•Sor of office administrative ca-                sionate composer, who is outraged by                  and although some were dressed in un-                      darer.
      ree• at Tunx• Commun/ty Col/age in Farmlngton, is the first recipient              Perhnutter's performance of his most                  usual clothing that immediately indi-
      of the Edncational Excel/ence and Dis•hed Service Award.                           recent work. intended for Carmen; Vin-                cated that they were performers some.
           C'usano was give• a cash award of $1500. The honor was established            cent Arturo, (Lou Ursone) Perhnutter's                especially some of the men. va•e more                      Fr/ends of the L/brary T-shirts. Partlci-
                                                                                         valet and'go-far', furious over his re-               simply attired, and blended in with the                    pants Inter gathex• for cake and col-
      by the Board of Trustees of Commu•ty-Teelmleal Collages to recognize
                                                                                         cent dismissal by Perlmutter; and Jack                participants. This caused some initial
      extraordinary professional service, in addition to the cash prize, Cusano           Paul Hatrick), chief security officer                confusion: one man was noted to be in                      to meet the performers and rehash
      received an additional $5.000 in funding alter submitting a proposal for a         who watched the goings-on with exas-                  "hot pursuit" of a woman he felt might
      special interest project. Her project wil/ be a feasibility study on a high        )e•-•dtion.                                           be a suspect, ordy to discover that she                        The event was s•onsored by the
    •.•hool school partnership pr•rmn that would include area high schooL•.                  "Finale" was Written and directed                 was one of the Southlngton Public Li-                      Frlends of the Sou.t•gt0n Publ/c Li-
                                                                                         by Karon Randazz•. At the or•et of the                brary's staff members, enjoying a night
        For the birds                                                                     •ea-formance. she explained to the au-               out as he was.
                                                                                         dience how to best enjoy the murder                       As the mystery unfolded, partlci-                     tion already is planning another partic-
          With the weather turning a bit colder and food becoming harder to              mystery. She then divided the I00 peo-                pants became increasingly more in-                        ipatlon mystery in the near future.
     find for birds, some x•idents feed the feathered ones by setting up elabo-          ple in attendance into smaller teams.
     rate blrd-feed•g systems in the backyard.                                               The team that came up with the
           One bird fancier particularly enjoys helping out the smaller birds,           most evidence supporting the correct                        I                                        _ ,-               _ _           ,-  _ •
     such as the chicadees and span-ows. Once in a while a pair of cardinals                                                                         |                     ..•                •-//If•           -'•Aj•        •.• "•n I |
                                                                                                  :     :      :     .
     will feed.
          But bJ• f•orlte blrd• are the                       a              of.     •     •

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 Narcisi, Nichols are wed
    Carla Jean Narcisi and Andrew
                                                                                                             Wilson,                                                  School Lunch menu for next week
                                                                                                                                                                         •Dec. 10: Cheeseburger or ham-
                                                                                                                                                                     burger on roll with cond/ments. French
                                                                                                                                                                     fried potato p•ffs, carrot coins and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ping lists. Others enjoy buying for
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 On Dec. 20 at lunchttme, the Kelley
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Band and Choros wiJl entertain Pratt &

 Malcolm Nichols were man-ted Sept. 1.                                                                                                                               raspberry applesauce.
 II a.m.. at St. Paul's Episcopal                                                                                                                                        •Dec. II: Zltl wlth sauce, bread                     gram is made possible through the
 Church. The Rev. John McCdnn offici-                                                                                                                                with butter or veal Parmesan with                        school and business partnership.
                                                                                                                                                                     sauce on roll, green beans, fruited Jel-                 program. Coughlln is the the choral all-
                                                                                                                                                                     lo with topping.

     The former Carla Narctsi ts the                                                                                                                                                                                          rector, while Judith lovanna is the
 daughter of Pittsburgh, Pa. residents                                                                                                                                   •Dec. 12: Chickenburger on roll                      band director.
 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Nasladka.                                                                                                                                    with fixings, noodles, broccoli or
     Nichols is the son of Mr. and Mrs.                                                                                                                              choice, cttru• •ttt cup.                                 SHS Class of '93 elects oflicm
 Malcolm Nichols Jr. of Cedar Drive                                                                                                                                      •Dec, 13: • wedge with sauce,                             he
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 • Southtugton High School Class
     Paula Auger served as matron of                                                                                                                                 or triple-decker peanut butter Jelly                     of 1993 hos elected Its officers for the
 honor. Bridesmaids were Dayna Vetter-                                                                                                                               sandwich with cheese stick, Juice,                       upcomlng year: Christopher Poulos,
 ly, Brandy StroJe, cousin of the bride,                                                                                                                             peanut butter cookie or bar.                             president; Marc Power, vlce-pvesident;
 Robyn Nichols and Mellssa Nichols,                                                                                                                                      •Dec. 14: Juice, tuna salad an roll                  Dnnlelle Passoro. secretary ; and Dee-
 nleces of the groom. Flower glrl was                                                                                                                                or chicken pattie on roll, vegetable,                    Dee Boutot, treasurer,
 Jamle Peterson, cousin of the bride.                                                                                                                                choice of frutL                                             The sophomore class already has
     Lt. Joseph Qulnn was best man.                                                                                                                                                                                           started the school year with a fund-
 Ushers were Paul Derynloskl, WlIKsm                                                                                                                                 SHS Music Department slates
 Nichols, brother of the groom, Joseph                                                                                                                               Holiday Concert                                          and Aurora Pedroli• are the class ad-
 Weinman and Kenneth Welnman,                                                                                                                                           The Southingt(m High School Mu•c                      risers.
 brothers of the bride. James Peterson,                                                                                                                              Departments will present a holiday
 cousin of the bride, sexved as ring bear-                                                                                                                           concert featuring the concert choir,                     Bouchard nammi to d•n's list
 er.                                                                                                                                                                 mixed chorus and orchestra Tuesday,                      at Northeastern Unive•ity
     The bride graduated from Northgate                                                                                                                              7:30 p.m., at the fine arts ccmter audl-                    Anne Bouchard. daughter of
 High School in Pittsburgh, Pa. She Is                                                                                                                                                                                        Camille and Jesnette Boucbard of Old
 employed as a veterinary assistant at                   Capt. and Mrs.
                                                     Andrew Malcolm Nichols                                                                                              This year's event will IMghllght named to the dean's list for the fall
 Nee.                                     Neliis Alr Farce Baso in Nevadv.                                                                                           m•ny well-known seasonal songs in- semester at Northeastern Untversity in
                                              Following a receptlon held at the                                                                                      chiding "Wtnter Wonderland," "The
ton High School and Tl•e Citadel, Holiday Inn in New Britsln, the bride                                                                                              Christmas Song," and "Silent Night."         Bouchard is a 1988 hanors' gradu-
Charleston. S.C. He Is a pilot and cap- and groom left for a trip to Block Is-                                                                                           The public is invlted,               ate of Southlngton High School She is
taln In the U.S. Air Force, stationed at land, I•I. They reside in Las Vegas.                                         David Coppola                                                                           studying physlcal therapy.
                                                                                                                   and Kimbe•ly Wilson                               Kelley School plana events
                                                                                                                                                                          Urbin T. Kelley Elementary School Brlazwood to hold opea house

September wedding held
                                                                                                           Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wilson of Old                         will present its annual Winter Holiday       Briarwood College will present an
                                                                                                       Turnpike Road have announced the en-                          Musical Program Wednesday. 9:30 a.m. open house on Dec. 15 for h•gh school
                                                                                                       gagement of their daughter, Klmberly J.                       and 7"•0 p.m.

for Salerno, Valerio
                                                                                                       Wilson, to David Coppola. son of Mrs.                             The school band will present a se- educaUon in the fields of b• ad-
                                                                                                       Dorothy Coppola of Old Turnpike Road                          lecUon of holiday music and the fifth
                                                                                                       and the late Francis Coppola. The                             and slxth-grade chorus, under the dl- health and liberal arts.
                                                                                                       ture bride also is the granddaughter of                       rectlon of of Jean Cougblin, vocal mu-       Sesatons will be offex•d at 10 a.m.
                                               Kelly Wright. Debbie Blierl, Sherri Vale-               Mrs. Ethel Wilson of Highwood Avenue.                         slc teacher, will perform.               and 1 p.m. Dlscuaslons will inchuie ca-
                                               rio, sister of the groom, and Lisa Vi-                      Wilson graduated In 1984 f•om St.                             Kelley School w111 sponsor a Christ- reef opporttmIUes, financial ald infor-
                                               vinno. Sarah Salerno, cousln of the                     Paul Cathollc High Schoo} in Brtstol.                         mas Cra.• Falr Dec. 13 and 14. The marion and student-gulded tours. Re-
                                               bride, was llower girl                                  Two years later, she graduated from                           children can come in with thelr shop- freshments will be served.
                                                   Alfred Vnlerlo Jr. served his brother               the Meriden-Walllngford Hospital
                                               as best man• Ushers were Brian Saler-                   School of Radiology. In September, she
                                               no, brother of the bride, Sean Stelley,                 graduated from the Yale-New Haven
                                               Tom Scanlon and Jeff Symolon. Ryan                      Hospital School of Ultrasor•Qgraphy in
                                               Goodwin, cousin of the bridd, was ring                  New Haven. The future brlde is era-
                                               bearer,                                                 ployed as a sonographer at Yale-New
                                                   The brlde graduated from Southing-                  Haven Hospital.
                                               ton High School and Is attending Tunx-                      Coppola gradu-•"                                                         A        _       ,•
                                               Is Community College in F•on.                           ated in 1979 from .................... •                                     UOMPLEYE I•AMILY UI:NTISTI• BY 1'OUR
                                               She Is employed at Bloomingdale s by                    Southlngton High I•__reA•,• •-X_•,RI•/CE [ •                                        • .•=• ....
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                                                                                        Women's forum will meet                     ward Sauer.                                   Health facilIUes sponsor 'health day'
                                                                                            The Central Connecticut Women's             Also, Laurette Saucier, Lion•l                Bradley Memorla/Hospital and Ap-
                                                                                        Forum w111 meet Tuesday, begirming at       Menard, y. Paluf, George Hoeger,•u ple Valley Wa]k-ln Medical Center •
                                                                                        5:30 p.m., at Stove's Restaurant, next
                                                                                                                                                                                  sponsor a Health Day sesston today, I0
                                                                                        to Kenn.edy Jttnl.or High School in        n/fer Steffanel, Gerald Unwln, Patty a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Apple Valley con-
                                                                                        Plantsvllle.                               Kiaselbrack, Lyn Marose, David ter, 360-1 North Main St.
                                                                                            Cheryl Llbby will speak on "Chang-     Barnofski, Thomas Scricca, Michael                 Blood pressure and cholesterol
                                                                                        hag Your Marketing Perspectives for the
                                                                                                                                                                                  screening sessions will be available.
                                                                                        1990s and Beyond."                         er, Mary Folclk, Michael Healy, Melsnle There is a charge to take the tests.
                                                                                            Attendance requires a reservation      Warner,Dorms Bogs, Raymond PeIletl- Walk-lns are welcomed.
                                                                                        by calling Efleen Carneln or Tracy Proll   er. Jesatca Jankowski, Richard Ouel-
                                                                                        at 621-3687.                               lette, Todd Jenkins, Laurie Zembko, Dance regulatioas for Junior
                                                                                                                                                                                 high school dances announced
                                                                                        St. Thomas Hom• School                     Gresco, Jerome Zlmmerman, Mary                     The Southlngton Parks and Recre-
                                                                                       Association slates                          Gentile, Raymond Derek, O. Urso, ations and Southlngton Youth Counsel-
                                                                                    e  New Year's Eve paxty                        Frank C1ynes, Richard Blum Jr., Joan tug Center have announced the follow-
                                                                                            The St. Thomas Home School Asso- Gasperin/, Kevin Lamb, • •
                                                                                                                                                                                 ing regulations for all Junior high
                                                                                       olaf_ion wRl sponsor a New Year's Eve
                                                                                       dance Dee. 31, 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. in the
                                                                                       school cafeteria. A cold buffet wRl be                                                        Students must be residents of
                                                                                       presented at midn/ght.                                                                   Southington and attend one of the Ju-
                                                                                                                                  WilLiam, Gilman Dube, Edward Rabis nisr h•h schools. Those who have not
                                                                                            The band, Five Easy Pieces, will en- and Stephen Da•,.
                                                                                       tertat• The event is a BYOB, with set-                                                   been stamped at their schools during
                                                                                                                                       Jen• Lott organized the event and
 Z•ntows celebrate 55th anniversary                               ,•.•...•#•.•u.z• ups provided. There is a charge to at- many members of the church volun- the day of the dance wLll not be admit-
                                                                                                                                                                                ted. South•ngton residents attcndlng
 Plantsv/lle residents Wllllam and Sad/o Bell Zantow recently 'celebrated tend. Tickets may be purchased by teered thelr tlme to asstst the ch-h•.
                                                                                                                                                                                school out of tov• should contact the
 the/• 5Sth wedding anniversary. They were married Oct. 5, 1935 in caking JaAzme Salerno at 879-4598 or
                                                                                                                                                                                Parks and Recreation Deparlznent prior
 Southln•ton. The Zantows have a son. Will/am D. Zantow, a daughter, Mar- the'school office at 628-2485.                          White involved in Chr•tma• esla              to the dance.
 cla • slx.grandchildren, and two great-grandchlldrsn. In 1985, in eel-                    St. Thomas School is located at 99          Southington artist Jane White is              If a student leaves the dance, he or
 ehra•on of the/r 50th ann/versary, they were g/yen a party at the Popular             Bristol St.
                                                                                                                                                                               she will not be allowed to return. No
 Restaurant. M• Zantow also reports that he recently turned 80 years old.                                                         nectlcut Pastel Society's Christmas
                                                                                      Fishing and hu•ti•g I/tenses                                                             smok•g, drin•g, use of drugs or Iol-
 •MCA 8•xdom to meet                                                                                                              Sale, which wKl run through Dec. 22, toting is allowed. Police will take notice.
                                                                                       available                                  at the Merlden Arts & Crafts, 53
      The YMCA Senior Citizens Club                                                        The 1991 fishing and hunting I/- Colony St.                                          Oaly soR-soled shoes, such as sneak-
 wiIl meet and hold a luncheon and Welcome Wagon Club plans events                     censes are available at the Town
                                                                                                                                                                                ers, will be allowed on the gymr•sium
                                                                                                                                       The sale is open to all pastel artists. floor. The town is not responsible for
 country store Monday. beginning at                The Southingion Welcome Wagon Clerk's Office at Town Hail.
  12:30 p.m., at the YMCA Hail, 29 High Club's Gourmet Lunch Group will meet                                                      Recclvlng dates are tomorrow, 6 to 9 lost or stolen items. Students-are ad-
                                                                                           According to Juanlne Clerk, town p.m. and Saturday, 9 to 12 noon.
 St.                                          tomorrow. 12 noon. The event will be clerk, anyone obtaining a hunting Li-                                                       v•ed not to wear valuable Jackets.
      In addition, tickets are available for hosted by Apres Mclaughlln. The theme cense for the fl•t t•me must submit a Artists may exhfolt up to three works.                      A phone is available for emergenc•
 the sen/ors' Christmas party, set for will be appetizers and deserts, particl- hunter's safety course card.                      l•nc must should be less t.ban 24 X use only. Particlpants are asked to
 Dec. 17. 12 noon. at the Aqua Turf pants • urged to • Sue At.reed, club                                                          30 inches. For more L•_•-mat•on. con- ma• arrangements for r•des home be-
 Club.                                                                                                                            tact White at 621-4424.                      fore coming to the dance. Dances begin
                                              president, for a recipe. She can be Bloodmobile nets 75 pints
      The meetings of Dec. 24 and 31 reached at 628-0237.                                                                                                                      at 7 p,m. and end at 10. Parents are
                                                                                           A bloodmobile held Nov. 28 at the Bradley keeps busy
 have been cancelled because of the im-           The Welcome Wagon Club's Arts & Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-                                                        asked to pick up students promptly.
 pending holidays, Meetings will resume Crafts Group will meet Tuesday. 7 day Saints obtained 75 pints of blood                       Bradley Memorial Hospltal sponsor              Students found in violation of any
 Jan. 7, 12:30 p.m.                                                                                                              its Green Seminar weight loss session of the rides will not be allawed to re-
                                              p.m., at the home of Maureen Sylvester for the American Red Cross.
                                                                                                                                 Tuesday, 7 to 9:30 p.m., at the hospital main at the dance. The regulations are
                                              and Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., at the             Janell Mamieson, Christopher j.
                                              home of Linda Nardini. Sylvester will Dflzer, Dan'in Thomas Alien, Michelle                                                      for the safety und enjoyment of stu-
                                                                                                                                      The Green Seminar combines hyp- dents attend the events.
                                              demonstrate making a Santa candy Elizabeth Lesue and Shane Stflson were notic and behavior modifica-
                                             wreath, while Nardini will demonstrate first-time donors. Collin Moravel,
                                                                                                                                 tion techniques to help partic-
                                              how to make braided bread. Those Richard McCormick and Eric Brady
                                                                                                                                 ipants. The cost of the pro-
                                             plann/ng to attend should call Atreed.   reached their first gallon of blood. gram is payable aRer the ori-
                                                  In.addition, the club will hold a John Folclk and Evelyn Gladke reached
                                             Christ•ms party for its member's chil- the two-gallon milestone, wb=Lle Wfl]•m
                                                                                                                                      To register for the Green
                                             dren, Dec. 15, I to 3 p.m. at St. AIoy- Farr met the three-gallon mark. Phlllp Seminar, car 276-5099.
                                             sius Church Hall on Burrltt St.          R. Rasmussen was given his seven-gal-           Bradley will offer choles-
                                                 Mothers are asked to bring for each lon pin, while Raymond Aldieri has giv-
                                                                                                                                terol screening sessions
                                             of their children a $5 gift that is en eight gallons and was awarded a pin.
                                            wrapped and tagged.                                                                 Wednesday, 3 to 7 p.m., at
                                                                                          Other donors were James Trzaski,
Library to pre•ent                                                                                                                    No appointment is neees:
                                             Piainvll/e Choral Soc/ety to present     neth Moravel, Marcia Kosk'y, Willy H. stay. There is a clmrge to take
Storytlme sesstons                           'Christmas "Round the World'             McDonald, John AIderullio, Joan the test.
                                                 The Platnville Chora/ Society will Gaglisrdi, Kathleen
ctren 3 years and okler wil] be prese•t- present the holiday concert, "Christ-
                                                                                      Fuller, Robert C
ed Wednesday and on Dec. 20, 6:30 mas "Rmmd the WoHd" Dec. 15, 8 p.m., AIla,                   Stephanie
p.m. at the Southington Llbrary.            at Plainville High School, Robert Hol- Zabhonski, Sherri
     No registration is required, combWay.                                            OueIlette, Darrin                                 STEPHANIE
Southington Library is located at 255           The group will be Joined by the Allen and M. Ed-
                                                                                                                                        A. ORILLO,
    In addition, a full choice of new          ty Band under the direction of Ed-
books are available at the Children's          ward Dickma• The PCS is directed                                                         D.D.S.
Department of the library. Some of the         by Peter Peluso.
new picture books R•lude "The Coolest             Tickets may be purchased at • l                                                       B.$. -- UNIV• OF
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                                               by Peter Farticker
                                               spOrts editor

                                                  A few little known facts about Rob
                                                  •He is known down in Cincinnati as
                                              "rhe Officer• for hls work with the area
                                              police departments.
       ON                                         •He's Just started to take drum

                                                  •He's good friends with Darryl

                THE                           Strawberry.
                                                  sHe scored 35 points, including five
                                              three-polnt shots, for the Reds' travel-
                                              ling basketball team but he's not con-
                 BALL                            •He was passed over in the Little
                                              League draft way back when in favor of
        b•y Peter Farrlcker• .
                                              a young •rl.
                                                    •His World Series share came to
                                               $I 12,533.70.
                                                    •He will be named New England
                                               Athlete of the Year along with Yankee's
                                               pitcher Bobby Witt.
                                                    Now he's a World Series champion
                                               and Dibble, for one, stiU cannot believe
                                                    Xlnttl w• get that World Series ring
                                               on opening day next season I sun wont
                                               believe what we did," said Dlbble the
                                              other day from his home in Cincinnati.
                                              "In a way I wasn• happy to win it be-
                                              cause I didn•t want it to end. Yet I was
                                              fulfilled and satisfied i-or the guys on
                                              the team."
                                                   "I wasn't happy for myself becausel
                                              don't feel that I accomplished that
                                              much even though I was co-MVP of the
                                              championship series. I look at it from
                                              the point of view that I contributed to
                                              the team's success. I think I was more
                                             happy for my family and the team and
                                             for pcople• back in Southlngton who
                                             knew me growing up. Now I'm Iooktog
                                             forward to repeating. I think that will
                                             be more of a challenge."
                                                   Another challenge for the former
                                             Southlngton High School star will be to
                                             top this past season's numbers.
                                                   Dibble finished the season at 8-3
                                             with a 1.74 ERA and ,•36 strikeouts in

                                             He was sixth in the National League in
                                             appearances with 68 and was also se-
                                             leeted to the All-Star team for the first

                                                 In the NLCS, he retired 15 of the 16
                                             batters he faced with one save and I0
                                             strlkeouts. He was I-0 in three World
                                             Series appearances (winning game 2}.

                                                                  See DIBBLE page 12 South/ngton native Rob D/bble in action for the Cincinnati Rods last season.
  my personal

                                                           Surviving despite the pain
  carn dog.

    Looking back at Mon•d•y Nlght•,s       day's events when he would head to the
                                           beach for a much-needed vacation with
        of the Year, which i• ,the end
                                           his wife Pat and his son Rick Jr.
                     shot .• hr.,Game
                                               Botticello followed traffic into" the
 of the Week, JuSt a few th,ough•,- •
    Hello Bill. Bill Parcell• Anybody      intersection when suddenly he was
                                           bllndsided by a drunk driver who had
home? Repeat after me.., +Fleld Goal.
.The guy had four minutes •                run the l•ht.
•ame, his d•ense bad                           Bott[ccllo flew through the a• with
                                           his shoulder crashing through the
 •y gro•nd•'a• •ght                        windshield of the offender. He shat-
                                           tered the femur in his left leg. broke h•
                                           foot, munched both shoulders and both
    Just for a lerk, how would you llke    knees. He was not wearing a helmet.
  t• see a 7-3 bore-a-thon Ilke Moaday         He Just about died.
  •ghi's game crop up aroUnd                   •rhey lost him three tlmesC said
• B• •e? It wou•d •flmost be •
it Just io see the dozen• of T•r •a%•cr-   Pat Bott[ccllo, "but we were very, very
rising executives line up for "sho•k       lucky and he's still with us. That's Southtugton assistant coach Rick Bottlcello, flanked here by Greg LeBrun and Jon EvJen, lure fought adversity on
                                           something that I haven't even dealt more than one occasion.
                                           with Just yet. We've Just been very                                                                                                    •€•=•,•F--•I.•
                                           lucky because there were no real head       remember during that first week he          Bottlcelio has had to overcome. As an     He finally did Just that and has been
• ot• m•l,ug, o•t of F•?                   inJuriesand no had internal injurles.-      asked me something about footbatl and       E-5 (sergeant) with the Army'slst Vul-    cleanand sober for elght years now.
, sad me• • des•-v• e•                         *He was not out of the woods for        I Just had to laugh because at that         can Combat Unit in Vietnam back in            Then came July 7th and yet anoth-
                                           the first 24 hours and with me being a      point I knew he had it together. Who        1969-70, he saw more than his share       er challenge staring him in the face.
be made to watch hls own commer-.          nurse and being in the field it was even    els• other than Rick would ask about        of death and destruction. He was one of   Not being one to back down, Bottlcello
clals through t•e ,entire }2 d•.,of::      worse because I knew what they were         football when they were in that condi-      the lucky ones who made it home alive,    picked himself up and Just a little over
                                           talking about. I don't think he knew        tion? I knew he'd fight and he has."            There were also bouts with cocaine
                                           wher• he was that fl•t few days but I           "Unis was not the first obstacle tlmt   and alcohol which he had to.overcome.                    •)o BO•I]CELLO Po0o 12
  12 -- sports
                                                                                                                                                                           The Observer, Thursday, November 29, 1990

  Smith paces SHS in
  rushing and scoring
  by Peter Farricker
  sports editor

      Numbers do not lle, and in that respect a look at the final statistics of the
  Southlngton I•dgh football team will reflect exactly why the Blue Knights turned
  things around th• season and posted an impressive 8-2 record.
      Senior Tyler Smith led the Knights in both scoring and rushir• while co-caW
  tain Steve Matyczyk was the team's top receiver.
      Thanks to Steve Daniels, treasurer of the Gridiron Club, here are the final
  staUsitcs for the 1990 Blue Knights:
  Player                Yards             Attempts                Average
  Tyler Smith            664                 148                    4,5
  Rick Daddona           518                 109                    4.8
  Derek Kohl             248                 172                    3.4
  Scott Otis             165                  50                    3.3
  Player             Receptions             Yards          Avg.         TD's
  Steve Matyczyk          15                 272           18.1           5
  Greg Lebrtm             7                  107           15.3          2
  John Vecchio            2                   45           22.5          0
  Jon EvJen                1                  31            31            I              South/ngton co•aptaha Grog LeBrun readies to share a touchdown pass versus Bulkeley e•rtler this season.
  Jayson Sager             1                  19            19           0
  Tyler Smith
  Rick Daddona
                                                  FG's       PATs         Total
                                                                                         Botticello -- surviving despite the pain...
                                                                                         (continued f•m page I i)                      concerning the kids he works with is his throughout this whole erdeal that's been
  Steve Matyczyk          5                                                 30                                                         llfe's blood.                                 the toughest pill to swatlow for Bo•celio.
  Milm Vaughn                                      2           17           23   a mouth aRer the accident was back at                       "It's funny because for about a week         =that's been the toughest thing for
 Seott Otis               3           1                                     20   Southingtan helping m pre-season work-                before the accident I had been thinking me to deal with." he said. "Fro the type of
 Greg Lebrun              2                                                 12   outs. He never missed a game all seasou               whether or not I should really be doing person that when I want to go some-
 Eric Bain                                                                   6   even when a metal rod in his femur                    the counselling and working with the where. I go. One of the hardest things
 Tom Ciarcta              I                                                  6   snapped during the Xavier game. The                   kids,* he said. "I was wondering if I was depending on people for rides. It's
 Jon EvJen                1                                                  6   pain was unbearable but Botticelio re-                should keep going with it. I guess I was funny because in one of my courses, I
 Derek Kohl               1                                                  6   malned on the sidelines and was back at               on the verge of burnout because I was teach that no person Is an o•i•and. At ene
 Greg Stoch               1                                                  6   his post the next week against Fermi.                Just having a hard time being a counsel- point in your ]fie you•e going to have to
 John Vecchio                                   ] SafeW        2             4        He has-been an inspiration to not ou-            lor and listening to the kids problems all depend ou others and here I am having
                                    PASSING                                      ly his family and fi-lends, but especially            day."                                         to practice what I preach.
                                                                                 to the kids who mean so much to hi•                         "then the accident happened and it           "I Just had to be patient. It was flus-
 Player      Art.      Comp.      Percent        Yards       TD's          Int.       •I think that what the kids have                 Was Just very ironic. A lot of time you trating at first because I hate to be late.
 Scott Otis 6•           25        38.5           465          8            2
                                                                                 picked up from this is Just not to quit."            Just don't get what you want. you get But I Just accepted it and then once I got
                                                                                 said Botflccllo, who sUIl has a few m•re             what you need and when I finally woke to the field and around the kids I was a
 Player                Sacks           Interceptions                             dates with the surgeon ahead of him. •I               up in the hospital I was surrounded by different kind of person. •
 John Vecchio            .9                                                      think the•X,e learned that you assess the             kids from Southington and East                    Not only Was he a d•fferent kind of
 Tom •                   4                    1                                  situation and then Just do what has to                Catholic. And while I was recovering person on the field, but according to his
 Steve Matyczyk                              2                                   be done."                                             there were Just always some kids wife he had also changed off the field.
 Greg I•Brun                                 2                                       Jude Kelly, the head coach at                     around. I got phone caIIs, cards from             "He'S a lot more patient. He thinks
 Jeff Borkowski                               I                     1            Southingtou and a close friend of Botfl-             cheerleaders, visits fi-om graduates.         things through and appreciates a lot
 Jon E•en                                                           3            cello agrees.                                              "Here I was thinking about getting more, • she said. "I've seen a lot of
 Tyler Smith                                                        1                 •hen something like this happens,               out of the whole thing and the kids were growth. The lady who hit him. for exam-
 John Kiepackl                                                      1            most everyone else would be concerned                the ones who hdped pull me through. I ple. He was fighting with the courts be-
                                                                                 about their heslth and about what their              remember Jude saying that when he was cause he encouraged treatment instead
        As a team, the Blue Knights allowed opponents 90.8 yards rushing per     •uture would brin•" he said. •But Rick's             fecling down he loved coming to practice of Jall time. He doesn't have the anger
game and Just 76.6 yards passing. Opponents totalled 908 yards rushing on 293 main concern was how much time it was                   because the kids there would pull him and the hate that a lot of people could
.a•tempts for a 3.08 yards-per-carry average. In the passing departmenL oppo- going ts take away from coaching.                       right out of it.                             have and that's growth to me, •
• cOnnected on 59 of 145•attempts {40.8 percent) for 766 yards |12.9 yards             *This feeling •st carried over in                    "It's really tr•e. They •m• burn you - "     BoCtlcello himself has seen ch•uges.
per catch] w•th five touchdowns and eight interceptions.                         double sessions and practice because it's            out for sure but when you're down                  "Right now I have a soase of weli be-
                                                                                 easy to feel sorry for yourself when you             they're right there for you. I was bound ing," he said. "l•'e been through a few
        Southi•on, meanwhile, rushed for 189 yards per game and passed for       have some bumps and bruises. Maybe                   and determined to coach this year and near death experiences with alcohol,
47.4 yards per game. The Blue Knights tin-ned the ball over 12 times while op- you thought you'd be a starter and                     the kids had a lot to do with that."         drugs and in Vietnam, but this one really
ponents gave it away 18 times.                                                   you're not getting the playing time you                    Despite the positive energy he re- scared m• Now I feel llke rye come full
                                                                                 expected. But Rick put things in per-                ceived from his supporters, the road circle.
        In the scoring column, Sauthlngton outscored its opponents by a total of
                                                                                 spective. The whole attitude of taking it            back to the sidelines Was not an easy              "rye learned to be more calm with
205 to 87. The Blue Knights ave.raged 20.5 points per game while allowing Just
                                                                                 one play and one game at a time was                  one for BotflceIlo.                          myself and think things ouL I Just donl
8.7 points per game.                                                             added to with Rlck's injury."
        Punter Jan EvJen averaged 39 yards per kick. including hla clutch                                                                   "I was in a wheelchair and Just start- need nonsense. There's Just too much
                                                                                      In addition to his devotion to both             ing to recover," he said. •I had never hurt wasted energy being put into being mad
yard effort in the •giving Day win over New Britain.                             his family and football, his enthusiasm              so much in my ]fie. I was so busted up or angry or resenthfl. You should take

Dibble's championship season
                                                                                                                                      that my hair even hurt. Being a recover- that energy and put it into something
                                                                                                                                      ing alcoholic and addict, sitting around that makes you feel good. That's some-
                                                                                                                                      with Idle time on my hands would have
 (contlnuedfrompage II)                        Dibble has had more than his                                                           Just set myself up for something and for          •I think I understand things more.
                                                                                                                                      that reasou I did not want to be alone. •    When a kid comes to me and says he
                                            share of time .on the mound from his               "Maybe I say too much sometimes
     Dibble now finds himself as a                                                                                                           •My doctor thought it would be the can't, my response is not that he can't,
                                            Kiwanis Little League team through            but at least when I say it, R's on na-
 benaflde celebrity.                        Babe Ruth League, High School ball            tional television so I don't have to
                                                                                                                                       best thing emotionally for me to try and it's more that he won't or he doesn't
     •Vinning it (the World Series} deft-                                                                                              get back to coaching. The kids w•re Just knew hew.
                                            and the minor leagues. Nothing, how-          spend the off-season worrying about
 nitely changed my life," he said. "The     ever, will ever replace, that feeling he      it." he said. •Noweveryone knows that
                                                                                                                                       great. There was always someone ready
 phone rings off the hook. People drive                                                                                                to wheel me around the field. •                   Life has changed for the Bottlcello
                                            had on the mound during the World             I think I'm underpaid. I said some of
 by the house and stop to look and they                                                                                                      Botticello eventually graduated to a family and they realized that especially
                                                                                          those things for all the middle rcllevers   walker, but b_is immobl•ty still hiudered so this past Thanksgiving.
 stop me super markets. Even back in             "I remember that (Rick'y) Hender-        out there who pitch the same amount
 Cormectlcut people seem to know me a son had hit a home run in Game 3 and                                                             his coaching. That's when the Southing-           *Usually we all go to a I•elative's
                                                                                         of innings but don't get the saves."          ton Gridiron Club stepped in. Fran house," said Pat. "but that day we all got
 lot more. I think people appreciated then I came back to strike him out.                      "I know that the Atlanta Braves are
 the fact that we were the underdog."        He'd said a few things llke I could oru•                                                 Kencflck scraped up some parts from be- • in around four in the a•ernoon and it
                                                                                         interested in getting me but the Reds        hind his garage and one day Botticello was the first time that it was Just the
     Indeed they were. Although the throw it around 88 miles per hour and                don't want to.let me go. I have another
 Reds led the National League from that I wasn't a real pitcher," said Dib-                                                           was surprised to find himself with a three of us alone at Thanksgiving. We sat
                                                                                         four years before I'm a free agent and I     patched together golf cart that gave him down and there were no phone calls and
 wlre-to-wire, the• were still not given ble.                                            think rll really be on top of my game
 much of a chance against the defend-            "That was definitely the most satis-                                                 back some independence and mobility.         no one coming over. I thought to myself,
                                                                                         then. I'm going to make my money
 ing •plon Oakland A's.                      fying strikeout of the play-offs and        anyway but I'm happy as long as my
                                                                                                                                            As a matter of fact. it's been • lack this is the way it should be. We had a lot
     "When we got off to that great start World Series. Henderson is one of my                                                        of independence and the lack of mobility in be thankful for."
                                                                                         family is provided for.*
 (9-0 at the start of the sedson) we favorite players to both watch and play                   •It will always still be a game to

                                                                                                                                      Jets tops local gridders
 thought we were unbeatable," said against of all time and to get a chauee               me. They don't •,'en have to pay me as
 Dibble. "We had a 10 game lead two to strike him out in the World Series is             long as they take care o• my family. All
 months into the season and we knew Just something I can• put into words.                I want is respect out on the field. Look
 the only team that could beat us w• It was the biggest adrenaline rush of               at a guy like Wtll Clark. He gets a ton
 ourselves."                                                                                                                                Two youth teams from the               was set up by some fine passing by '.
                                             my life. I could have heard a pin drop      of money but he still slides into second      Southington Midget Foothall League
     "We beat a great Pittsburgh team to even though there was a sellout crowd                                                                                                     quarterback Toby O'Hara to receivers
                                                                                         to break up the double play. That's           travelled to North Providence, RI., over    Gary Sweezey and Kevin King. Also"
 win the Natiorml League but everyone in the stadium and everyone was going              what the game's all about."                   the Thanksgiving Day holiday to take        playing well for the locals were Mike "
 said the A's were supposed to walk all crazy. I was JuSt so focused, I was                   An interesting side to Dibble is his     on a pair of host Senior and Junior         Keneflek. Bobby Balaban, Chris Danko '.
 over us. We felt that even though we playing with tunnelvision. It Just so              loyalty to those who have helped him.         squads in the second anntml Holiday         and Heath Salvatl.
 might not beat them, we were going to happened that I had some of my best               He credits Southington coach John
 be aggressive and fight llke dogs."                                                                                                   Bowl.                                          In the Juniors' game, the IocaIs
                                             stuff during those games. I was lucky. •    Fontana with belping him develop the
     "By the time we played Oakland wo                                                                                                      In the end, the Seniors dropped a      found themselves up against a much
                                                Not one to hide his emotions or          necessary discipline to reach his po-         30-6 decision and the Juniors came up
 knew them to a tee. If anything, this keep his opinions to himself, Dibble              tential He will also never forget Brian       on the short end of a 28-6 effort in         able to match them touchdown for
 was the most prepared team rd ever has sometimes gotte• himself into hot                Danko, an 18-year-old Little League
 played on. We had pitchers' meetings water. He criticized some of his team-                                                           games played Nov. 26.                       touchdown.
                                                                                         coach at the time who took a chance                "They had a very tough team," said
 at every city we went to and we'd go mates in the N'LCS when he felt they                                                                                                             Southlngton's Tyler Freberg scored
                                                                                         on a youngster who had Just moved to          Seniors coach Paul McCafferty. *-We         his team's only touchdown on a 67-
 over hitters' tendencies, when they were overstating the greatness of Pitts-           town.                                          had a lot of trouble picking up their       yard run. Other Southlngton stand-
 liked to run, who was hot for them, b/a'gh pitcher Doug Drabek.                              •Brian gave me my first opportuni-
 and what pitches they liked to hit.                                                                                                   defensive hne stunts. They just. did an     outs were Wally Marquelot, David.
                                                                                        ty to start in this game and he doesn't        excellent Job defensively."                 Miller and David F1orian.
     "I thought Oakland was a li•le             "Some of the things I've said I re-     get a lot of recognition," said Dibble.
 overrated. They've lost two of the las•" • gret saying," he said. "I say a lot of                                                          •e fumbled the ball away on our            The purpose of the t•p, in addition
                                                                                        "John Fontana was outstanding in the           second play and gave them exceIIeni         to fo•tbaII, was to foster friendships
 three World Series to National League things off the cuff, but I Just hate to
                                                                                        respect that he would never bulki you          field position. Then they used about
teams and we thought that Stewart lose. rm very competitive and some of                                                                                                            between players from different areas.
                                                                                        into a superstar even ff you were. He         six minutes to take it in from the 30.
and Welch were hittable. As it turned the things I say are my inner feelings.                                                                                                      The local phyers stay at the homes of
                                                                                        tried to give you the attitude to Just get    They Just controlied the ball very well
out it was much easier than we After Drabek beat us I didn't want to                                                                                                               the host players and this helps the
                                                                                        better and better."                           and kept it away from us."
thought it would be. Once we got the hear how great a pitcher he was from                                                                                                          youngsters realize that winning is not
                                                                                              Dibble has until the end of Febru-           At one point the Seniors moved the
two-game lead wo knew we had it wen. our own guys. I said it more to get                                                                                                           the most important part of athletics.
                                                                                        ary to relax with his wife Joanne and         ball 70 yards but turned it over on
Davis got that first homer to draw first them going than for myself."                                                                                                              R'S who you meet and what you lem'n
                                                                                        his 15-month-old daughter. At that            downs inside the 10-yard line.
blood. That was the key blow and away           Dibble's also drawn the ire of fans'-                                                                                              from the sports that make them so re-
                                                                                        point it will be time to get back to busi-         Jay McCafferty produced the Se-
we went.                                    and alike when he talks about con-          ness.                                         niora' only score on a quick opener
                                                                                                                                                                                   ward g.
                                                                                                                                                                                      Next year's third annual Holiday
                                                                                                                                      from four yards out. That scoring drive      Bowl will be played here in Southington.
  The Obse•e•, Thu•:i•, December 6, 1990

   Kry's l•m                                                             Tom's Used Auto Parts
                                                                                                  place 11 on
   I•V StrJlmrs

   Ste•'s l•mtrs
                                                                    • Home Improvements
   Lu-Dem Ma•u &Tool

                                                                          Lelbfs •dc•age Store
                                                                                                  teamThe Southington High football team
   CTTune & Lube                                                                                  placed 11 playem on the CCC-South cltvt-
                                                                                                  sion atl-lv•ue teaux
                                                                                                      Southington had five players named
                                                                                                  to the all-lesgue offensive teanL four to
                                              2-2 Uo                             P.Q. Controls    the defenslve squad and two to the spe-
   Un•orns                                    2-2 tie

                                                                                                  nlor co-captain Greg LeBrun, dde•lve
                                                                                                  back: senior FJ. KeneficK Imeback•, se-

                                                                                                  nior John Vecchlo, def•ms•ve tackle.
   'ream •                         Wou         Lo•t               Pin              Average            All-lezgue offensive honors w•t to:
                                                32                40122               1029        senior Scott Otis, quarterback; senior

   3. Super Bowl Lanes              68          34               39708                1018                                               Former Boston Red Sox All-Star Walt Dmpo w/ll be one of the many guest speak-
                                                                                                  nlor John K1epack• offeusi• guard.     ere at the Dec. 28th Testimonial for Rob D/bble at the Aqua Turf C•ub. Tickets
   4. Del Santo's 1•taurant         68          34               39641                1016
                                                                                                                                         for the event are available at: Top's Market, DPaolo's GHt Shop, Del Smsto's
                                                                                                  were senlor kicksr Mflm Vauglm and se- Restaurant. Hall of Fame Lounge, Western Auto, F•ys' Pizza, Wooden lhfll Caf•.
   5. S•aVr•g                       66          36               39625                1016
                                                                                                  nior pumer jon ZvJe•                   American Legion, and Southlngtou Parks Dept.
   6o MacDerm•l                     64          38                39305               1007
   7. Ladles Cho•                   64          38               39030                1001

   8. Geher• W•mng                  62                                                            Mike Ciervo Benefit Tournament                    sponsored by the Southing1•on Parks        3 p.m.
   9. Apostle & Nelson Inc.         61          41               39427                1011           Super Bowl Lanes will stage the                and Rec Department. A bus w111 leave           Complete details for the Youth Sk/
                                                                                                 Mike C•ervo Benefit Funclrmser Tour-               at 5:30 p.m. from the MunicJpal Park-      Program can be obtained at the YM-
   I0. J•anm•o Heatlng & AC         60          42               39423                I011
                                                                                                 rmment • weekend Dec. 8-9. Mike                    ing lot the day of the game. For fur-      CA. Because of the capac/ty of the
   I I. Here For the Beer           58          44               39188                1005       is suffering from Myelo Dysplastic                 ther information contact the Parks         bus, there is a llm/t on the number of
                                                                                                 Syndrome and thts tournament is to                 and Recreation Department at 276-          registrations.
   12. Diamond Lawn Se•rice         68
                                                                                                 help defray the huge hospital costs as-            6219.
   13. Rated X                      55          47               39898                1023       sociated with Mike's treatment.
   14. Not Too Shabby               52                                                               There will be a total of nine teams.            Youth Ski Week                                The 1991 Golf Pr/vllege Card.
                                                                                                 Game times are: Saturday, Dec. 8 -                      The Southington YMCA is accept-       which benefits the American Heart
   15. Sclmner OIdsmob•e            50          52               39191                1005       2:30, 4:00, 5:30 and 7 p.m; Sunday,                 ing registrations for the Youth Ski       sociation and entities t•e bem•" to a
                                                52               38807                 995       Dec. 9 - 9 a.m., 11:30 a.m., I p.m..                Week for l•oys and girls in grades 3-9    free round of golf at more than 15
                                                                                                 2:30 and 4:00                                  at Powder Ridge. Skiing will be provid-   courses throughout Connecticut, is
   17. 1615 West Restaurant         48          54               38974                 999           The tournament cost is $20, with                ed Monday-Thursday, Feb. I I-14 with      now avaflz•le for the holiday season.
   18. Yurls Sign                   48                                                           $10 going to the benefit fund, $6 go-               Frlday the 15th beir• a make-up day           The card can be purchased for $25
                                                54               37841                 961
                                                                                                 Ing to the prize 5rod and $4 going to               if needed,                                by call/rig 289-5401 or 1-800-992-
   19. DePaolo Furnlture            46          56               39016               I000        the bowling and tournament fee.                         The Youth Ski Week is des/gned to     2263.      For
                                                                                                     Tournament rules are: Singles                   provide opportunities for skiers with     more informs-
                                                                                                 (men or women); Three games bowled                  no experience as well as for experi-      tion, please
  21. Top Gqn             .,.     :, •                                                           on the, •.e, pair;, I-•ghest 1990-91 av-            enced skiers. There are four ski pack-    contact Diana
  22. Ce/d• 21 Mark IV              "40         62       '       •8574                 989                                                           ages to choose from: I. Complete          Goode.
                                                                                                 cap of 200; and unllmited re-entries                Learn to Ski is for the beginner or
                                                                                                 allowed. For more information contact               non-beglnner who needs or wants
                                                                                                 Super Bowl Lanes at 628-4553.                       lessons and needs to rent equipment;
                                                64               38171                 979
                                                                                                                                                     2. Skiing Plus Lessons is for the be-
                                                66               37546                963        Park Boani Meeting                                 ginner/non-beglnner with their own
                                                66               37081                951           There will be a meeting of the                  equipment who want to take lessons;
                                                                                                 Board of Park Commisstoners tonight,               3. Basic Ski "Package is for the non-be-
  27. DSLH. Bulkie•                 32          70               36790                943        Dec. 6. at 6:30 p.m. in the oi•ee of the           girmer only and allows the maximum
                                                                                                 Parks and Rec Department.                                                                                      PUSH IT -- PULL IT
  28. Home Depot                         6                                                                                                          amount of recreational skiing: 4. Ski-
                                                                                                                                                    tng Plus Rentals is also for the non-
                                                                                                 SHS Girls Basketball Dinner                        beginner who w•.nts to enjoy the max-
                                                                                                    The Southington High School girls"              •mum amount of time on the slopes
                                                                                                 baskethatl team will benefit from a Ziti           but also needs to rent equipment.
                                                                                                 Supper being staged Monday night,                       Transportation to and
                                                                                                 Dec. 10, from 4-7:30 p.m. at the First             from Powder Rtdge • be

UCon[ Huskies
                                                                                                                                                                                                               t984 I)od•e
                                                                                                 Baptist Church on Meriden Ave.                     provided. Chtilclren are to be              .....
                                                                                                                                                    at the Southington YMCA by                                 •.8,•C•
                                                                                                 Youth Basketball Coaches                           8:30 a.m. and will return by

sign five recruits
                                                                                                    The Southington Youth Basketball                                                                           /S•n•7• Reliant
                                                                                                 League is in need of coaches for the                                                                          •0•,•P•t'• •0
                                                                            9th through 12th grade d/vlsion. Any-
                                                                            one interested in coaching is asked to                                                                                             1987 Chrysler •th Ave.
                                                                            contact the Southington Parks and
             team announced that R has s•._•n .nd Johnson vras named MVP of Rec. Dept. at 276-6219. Coachtr• en-

                                                                                                       90 m ut. ofp= o                        the
.•.•ce•red Letters of Intent to enroH at the ctmmp•m•p game.
                                                                                                 WhalersWeekaswellasTrip one game per week.                                                         •"        2/•9•.,•D•eShad0w
prospects. •.ccor• ng to severm sports seas(m at Federal Way and led his team
                                                                                    There are still a few tickets re-                                                                                         I•)•7 Jee9 •her•ee
best recrultlng year o; any school in the 14.5 rebounds, 3.7 blocks and led his malning for the trip to the Hartford
                                                                                 Whalers vs. Boston Bruins game
v•f.                                         Ollie averaged 26.3 points and four Dec.12 at the'Hartford C/vic Center
   The five players a•: 6-3 gua•l Brisn assisis as • v•mt 25-3, He
• "• •'• ...... t'•r• in Ph•-•x; earned • • All City m the                                                                                                                                     •S
6-7 forw•d Rudy Johnson of Ribault tough I•s Angeles Lezgue. Winning-
High in Jacksanv•e; 6-7 f•ward Donny ham averaged 17 points, I0 re-
Marsh• of Federal Way H•h in Federal bounds and tta•e assists per game

way.                6-2                                 year                                                                                                                            WIN
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                                             747-637,5 Ai ur,oJr.
                                  "Committed to Customer $att•actton"
14 -- legals, features                                                                                                                                                                                                          The Observer Thursday, December 6, 1990

                                                                                                                                                    legal notices                        for sale                               for sale                               for sale
                                                                                                                                                                                         automobiles                            automobiles                            furniture
                                                                                                                  Santa comes
                                                                                                                                                        LEGAL NOTICE                 FOR SALE: 1981 Volkswagen             FOR SALE: 1971 Dodge Core.               FOR SALE: Dining sot, 6 oak
                                                                                                                        to town                           NOTICE OF                  Rabbit. good condi6on, $500 or        net, 99,000 Ong miles, 318 V8,           laddarbaBk, pine trestle table.
                                                                                                                  Infant IJndsey                       AVAILABILITY OF               best offer 747-4119 leave rues-       AT, AC, PS, AM-FM ST case,               pads. dark stem. excel cond.
                                                                                                                         LaPorte                UNCOMPENSATED SERVIOE•                                                     no rust 0r rot, many now perts           $250. 621-5098
                                                                                                                 encounters San-                                                                                           Inc• sff. bltd radials, ball Joints,
                                                                                                                                               Bradley Momodal Hoapttal of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           paint job, mtr mount, shocks,           FOR SALE: Complete double
                                                                                                                   ta Claus, por-              Southlngton, Connecticut, will         FOR •AL•: 1985 Olds Cuffas
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ahgnmant, tuneup, waxed, wdl            bed, dresser, mirror and chesL
                                                                                                                trayed by Marcel               provide Item October 1, 1990           Sierra PS-PB-AC. Am/FM, auto
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           need brake Job Looks & runs             $350, complete s,ngle bed
                                                                                                                                               to September 30, 1991                  Rev, bucket seats, console
                                                                                                                   Duprey, at the                                                                                          excellent This car mustl•e seen         w/chest $150 Cag 626-7543.
                                                                                                                                               uncompensated se•ces to all            Landau roof. $4,300 Call 79Q-
                                                                                                                       Perks and               ol,g•b•o persons unnhle te pay         0333 after 6 PM Excellent con-       to appracrate $800 or B O
                                                                                                                                               who request those services.                                                 628-6265                                 FOR SALE: "Easy Uft" Medical
                                                                                                                 Recreation tree-
                                                                                                                                               All services of the facility will                                                                                    chair Never used Onglnal cost
                                                                                                                                               be available as uncom-                                                      FeN SALE: 1984 Buick Park
                                                                                                                                                                                     FOR SALE: Chevy 1971 El                                                        $1295 Will sacnhce at $795
                                                                                                                   ceremony held               pensated services. Eligibility        Camlno 60,000 odginal miles,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Ave., needs engine. Good val-            Call 747-5791 before 5
                                                                                                                  recently on the             tot uncompensated services                                                   ue $500. 621-6884.
                                                                                                                                                                                     V8, automatic, PS, pB, new
                                                                                                                                              will be limited to persons             liras, excellent condibon Call        FOR SALE: AMC Concord
                                                                                                                      town green.                                                                                                                                  FOR SALE: D•mng room oak
                                                                                                                                              whose family income le not             62t                                   wagon 1980. Body and intoner
                                                                                                                    Children from                                                                                                                                  pedestal table, ball and claw
                                                                                                                                              more than twice the poverty
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           pretty good. Won't stea. $100           lest, six chalm, dry sink. $1000.
                                                                                                                 Southington got              ,ncome guidelines aste•lshed           FOR SALE: 1977 Corvette.              Kirby vacuum cteaner wla•ach-           OBO 271-1186.
                                                                                                                                              t•y the Dept. of Health and
                                                                                                                 the opportunity                                                     blue, T-tops, auto. good condi-       morns. $125 628-5087
                                                                                                                                              Human Sowlces. Tlli8 noffca
                                                                                                                    to tell Santa                                                    tion Needs a Iftt]e TLC. Aaldng                                                FOR SALE: Octagon €ortes
                                                                                                                                              •s published in accordance
                                                                                                                                              wcth 42 CFR 124,504 Noaco of           $5500. Call 582-4591                 FOR SALE: 1980 Monte Cado.
                                                                                                                 wlmt they want                                                                                                                                     table, good condlbon $75 Af
                                                                                                                                              Availability of Uncompensated                                               100,000 miles. Needs wod• fair
                                                                                                                   for Christmas.                                                    FOR SALE: 1987 Dncoln Town
                                                                                                                                              Services.                                                                   condition. $800 or B O 621-               n•nt cund•on $200 747-8836
                                                                                                                                              We ,nvffe interested pad•ee to         Car S•naturs senas, sun roof,        5866.

                                                                                                                  st. fvhao by                comment on this allocation             wire wheels, leather =Richer                                                  FOR SALE: 3 p•ase bedroom
                                                                                                                                              plan                                   Loaded. $9000 628-0869.              FOR SALE: 1983 Cadillac                  set $300 4 wood chairs $25,
                                                                                                                 Sandy Maineri                                                                                            Coupe doVille, oxcollant condi-          Portable hquor cabinet on
                                                                                                                                                                                     FOR SALE: Olds Cutlass 1972,         tion $2500. Please call Joe or           wheels $25 621-3477. 621-
                                                                                                                                                  classifieds                        AC, PS, PB, tuns great, many         Tim 272-3529 9 AM to 5 PM,               3954 after 6 30 PM
                                                                                                                                                                                    -extras   and   new     parts         Men. thru S•L
                                                                                                                                                                                     $500/OBO. 621-5778
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   FOR SALE: 3 pc bedroom set
                                                                                                                                                                                     FOR SALE: '84 Mercury                FOR SALE: Truck /u Dodge                 done ,n a heavy white wood one
                                                                                                                                                                                     Cougar 6 cy auto. PS< PB. AC,        150 slant 6, runs oxc New                dresser has a tg. m•rror GOOd
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          brakes, new exhaust Will pass            cond $200 or B/O 584-9138
                                                                                                                                                                                     cassette, 64K. Ex cood. $3195
                                                                                                                                                                                     Be 667-0458                          ,nspecbon Dependable vansp               after 4.
                                                                                                                                              FOR SALE: 30" G.E sBIf clash.                                               $800 747-3237
                                                                                                                                              ,ng range w/hood, very good            FOR SALE: 1985 Dncoin Conti-                                                  FOR SALE: 3 cushion sofa
                                                                                                                                              cond•bon $t00 Call after 5                                                  FOR SALE: 1983 "Renault                  chair, rocking char & 2 end ta- •
                                                                                                                                                                                     nental. 8 cyl, auto, PS< PB. AC.
                                                                                                                                              PM, 621-5166                           loaded Ex cond $5495 Be              Fuego" 5 slxI hstchback, very            blas. $200, 583-7478.
                                                                                                                                                                                     666-3714                             gd cond $1000 1983 Ford Es.
Toys for Tots eollecUon on •atuxclay                The elves are arrlvit• courtesy of St. Paul Catholic                                                                                                                  Cort L 4 apes0, near m•nt cond
     The Coldw• Bank• Dc•dn• and Luscomb resl- High School.                                                                                   FOR SALE: Glenwood 20" w¢lo                                                 $1,100 62%2939                           FOR SALE: Kitchen table w=th .
                                                                                                                                              e•ectr•c range 3 years old             FOR SALE: 1982 Unx 12.000
d•nfla • estate company on North Main Strut             On Wednesday, at I0:30 to 11:30 a.m., Santa                                                                                                                                                                draw It wood w,th 4 chairs,
                                                                                                                                              HarCly used Ideal lot small            m,le rebudt motor, rear end
has axmounced it • be team•g up wlth the Unit- Claus will be vlslting classes at St. Dominic Sehool.                                          apartment Almond color $180.           damage. For parts of hx Be
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          FOR SALE: 1979 Mahbu 305                 be•}e uphalstery - 26 x 42 Ex
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   cond $150 Tel 583-2207
ed States Marine Corps Reserves in the Toys for         The same day. at 7 p.m., the children fi'om the                                       Ca=• between 8 am and 4 PM,            582-5610
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          CI, PS. PB, AT, new front sus-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ponsJon, sh(x;k.s, brakes, sterne.
Tots •ampalgn this holiday season.                  school will be giving a holiday concert at St. Do-                                        747 3269
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          $1800 or B.O 583-4246
     On Saturday, between I I a.m. and 2 p.m. Santa minlc Church.                                                                             FOR SALE Rainbow vacuum                FOR SALE: 1970 Cheveile SS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   FOR SALE: Used sofa and love
will be on hand to collect new unwrapped toys at                                                                                              cleaner w power nozzel, attach-        396. all or,gruel - m=nt, low        FOR SALE: 1984 Chev Monte                seat. excellent cond•bon As•ng
                                                                                                                                              ments and manual New cond              mdes,-all papers Serious •n*
the Coldwell Ba•ker office located at 426 North Grange slates Chxistmas crafts                                                                                                       quldes only 634-0765
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Carlo 55,000 miles. V8 auto.             $500 Call 621-5626
                                                                                                                                              $500 or best offer 621-5345.
Main Street. the toys will then be wrapped and dis-    The Southt•1on Grange's a•nual Christmas                                                                                                                           PS< PB, AC, stereo, like new.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          one owner ASking $3,600
trlbuted to needy children at Christmas time.       C•d•s Falr w•l be held Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 2:30                                        FOR SALE: Apartment s=ze gas           FOR SALE: '85 Camaro                 6742
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   FOR SALE - Mo•'ing - ¢•,uch,
     Organizers of the Toys for Tots campaign ask p.m., at the Grange Hal1, comer of Knowles Avenue                                                                                  Borllnetta. maroon, T-tops, 5                                                 chair, bureaus, town fumfture,
                                                                                                                                              stove space heater - heats four                                                                                      40' ladder, 24" ladder staging fo•
                                                                                                                                                                                     speed, loaded, many exe'as, low
that you please help us make this Christmas a ape- and Sumxnltt Street.                                                                       rooms Both new $200 each
                                                                                                                                                                                     mdas. m•nt con0 793-1206             FOR SALE: 1977 Chev. Subur-              pa•nbng & mere. 589-7807
clal (me for some needy children.                      Featured will be craft vendors and a baked goods                                       585 8279                                                                    ban, 350 eng AT $600 or best
     For further in•ormatinn, contact Elaine D•ck- table.                                                                                     FOR SALE: Efectrolux vacuum           FOR SALE; 1973 Chevrolet Im-          offer 589-6810                           FOR SALE: Soil leather cat-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   napper 5 p=ace sectional sofa
ma• Bedard of Coldwell Banker at 621-3674.                                                                                                    c'eaner plus 2 boxes attach-          pala 2 deer hardtop, 8 cylinder,
                                                                                                                                              ments 583-975•                                                              FOR SALE: 1985 Plym Voy-                 with end electric recliners, 6
                                                                      Arts and crafts association                                                                                   one owner, clear car, as is
                                                                                                                                                                                    $1.550. or best offer 879-2160        ager, AT. Sunroof. 86K. Sony             months old, slate blue Cost
Central Baptist Church will in.sent                                                        of
                                                                      tO p• °F•|tlval Txees'                                                      for sale                                                                                                         $3,000. Must •Sell. $1395• 589-
                                                                          The Southln•ton Arts and Cra•s AssodaUon                                                                                                        stereo. $39•0. ,583-956• • $.            1423
                                                                                                                                                  automobiles                       FOR SAI•: 196B Ford Tonn0'            PM•
    Have you ever wondered why people do what                         wtl] present its annual Festi•d of Trees Saturday                                                             classic 2 door. 8 cylinder, runs                                              FOR SALE: Kitchen sst $125,
they do? How do you handle a strong-willed chtld?                     and Stmday, in addition to Dec. 15 and 16, 11 a.m.                                                            good Needs p•nt & body work           FOR SALE: 1981 Cdabon, runs
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Couch. chair & table $125. WS
                                                                                                                                             FOR SALE: 1981 Bu=ck Sky-              AS •s $750 er best offer Phone        good. V-6. $900 Call 584-2909
How do you sUmulate a shy child, sat•fy the picky                     to 4 p.m., at the arts and crafts center, 239 Main St.
                                                                                                                                             lark, h•gh mdeage 4 cyL runs           879-2160                              •fter 4                                 waterbed $175, A/C $50. 6 pc.
child or calm a hyper chtld?                                              The public is invited.
                                                                                                                                             good As•ng $600 753-8899
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  bedrdom $550. 2 tractors lawn
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  & snow $2500 beth Call •ffer 4.
                                                                                                                                                                                    FOR 8£LE: 1979 Ford 4x4 Ler-          FOR SALE: 79 Ford F-I•O 6               628-8651
tigris, Central Baptist Church wl• present the semi-                  Ornament book available from                                           FOR SALE' 1986 T-Bad V6, AT.           =at, loaded, 96,000 highway           cyl PS stand trans, -ew
nar, "How to be Persmmlity Wise* Monday, 6:30 to                      Southington Women's Club                                               Ioadsd, excellent condlhon •n-                                               brakes, exhaust, $750 or best
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   FOR SALE: 5 pc. kitchen set
                                                                                                                                                                                    over $3000. 628-2212                  626-7384
9:30 p.m. at the Central Christian Academy, 1505                          The Generation Federation of Women's Clubs of                      s•de & out New t•res Asking                                                                                           $50 3 pc bedroom set $80.
                                                                                                                                             $4,500 Call 589-7716
West St.                                                              Southington is mald• its newly-published book,                                                                FOR SALE: 1977 Corvette, au-          FOR SALE: 1980 Cutlass 6 cyl
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Sleeper sofa & Ioveseat be.go
     Mels Carbonell, who has a doctorate in human                     "The Victorian Jewel Tree" available to the public.
                                                                                                                                             FOR SALE: 1971 Bu•-.k Skylark          to, A/C, now t•res, motor rebuilt,    $650 1972 Bu=ck Dmltnd $500
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   w/mange, green fforal pnnt $80
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Karosun haater V G condition.
behavior/leadership, and Robert Rob_m, who holds a                        The hook, a ornament instruction book. teaches                     convert,ble Good condlt,on
                                                                                                                                                                                    good cendft•on Must sell 583-         Both run good Clothes was•er             Omni 105 585-5966 or 583-
Ph.D. in education and counseling, win lead the                       individuals how to make Christmas ornaments out                        Needs re=nor work 747-2054                                                   $55 584-2946                             45O8
seminar.                                                              of materials that are readily available. The book was                  days, 272-3335 nights
                                                                                                                                                                                    FOR SALE: 1982 Honda Ac-
    Carbonell and Rohm have conducted training written by Diane M. StaBler, a porcelain doll artist.                                         FOR SALE: 1977 Bu=ck                   cord LX 2 dr. 5 speed. AC.            FOR SALE: 1979 Ponhac Gr                FOR SALE: Brown couch and "
seminax• for Walt Dtsney WoHd, DuPont, Jolm                 The public,lion will be sold Saturday and Sun-
                                                                                                                                             LeSabre 87K. excel cond                good cond $1.800 584-5381             Lemans 4 dr 301-V8 AT. PS,              matching Iovasest, fairly good .
Deere and more. The duo has been on "The 700 day, in addition to Dec. 15 and 16, 11 a.m. to 4                                                Many now parts $700 or B O             after5 PM                             PS. AC, runs good No rust
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          $500/B O 276-9355 after 4:30
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  cond•on $100 621-5644
Club" talk show hosted by Pat Robertson.                 p.m.. at the Festival of Trees at the Southlngton                                   584-9654 affer five                                                          PM                                      FOR SALE - Moving must sell. -
                                                                                                                                                                                    FOR SALE: Ford 1990 4x4
    Students at Central Christian Academy will Historical Center, 239 Main St. It also will be avail-                                                                               pickup 15,000 miles Meticu-                                                   Organ like new Dining room •
                                                                                                                                             FOR SALE: Subam GL85 4 dr.
have their personalities assessed on Monday. Par- able at the Bradley Memorial Hospital Gh'1 Shop or                                         AC. 5 spd. blue. g5K m= $2000          lous Roll bar accas..ones. Cell       FOR SALE: 1986 Buick Sky-               set, table chairs, china closet
ents can then attend the- onming seminar to under- by calling June McClendon at 621-4841.                                                    Cheshire 272-6851                      276-3886                              hawk Custom A-I body and                and buffet Bedroom set.,
stand specific temperament type                                                                                                                                                                                           chancal, low mileage. 2nd car,          kitchen set 583-7186 after 6 •
    Parents of children not enroned at Central Busy sesson for S(mthington Jaycees                                                          FOR SALE: 1981 Ford Bronco              FOR SALE: 1967 Chevy Mald)u           mowng to FIodda. $3500. 747-
Christian Academy also are invited to attend. They           NomlnaUous are being sought for the Southing-                                  XLT, 4x4. 302 V8, PS. PB, 4             2 dr 283. AT, PS. 107,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  FORCED SELL - C,rcum-"
                                                                                                                                            spd Cassette Graphic oduahz-            m=les Best offer Call 271-3144
may purchase assessments for the children. There ton Jaycees Distinguished Man and Woman of the                                             or. gauges, rust proofed, under-        after 5 PM                            FOR SALE: 1977 Ford Mercury             Stances force me to sell my k•ng .-
is a charge to attend. To register for the session, call Year awards.                                                                       Boated, excellent condttron                                                   63K ong miles C•e car owner,            s•ze mirrored canopy (oak) wa- "
621-6701.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         terbod Th•s bed ,s top quality
                                                             Individuals must live. work or volunteer in                                    $4,950 Call 585-7199, 583-
                                                                                                                                                                                    FOR SALE: 1983 Chavette std.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          runs good $595 Call 747-2038
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Waveless mattress, underbed
                                                         Southington. Nomination forms are available at the                                 7OO9
                                                                                                                                                                                    econommal, runs great Low                                                     storage. This • cost well over ..
St. Domin/c School keeps busy                            Greater Sou•n Chamber of Commerce on                                               FOR SALE: 1987 Ford 150 4J4             mdeage 747-2696                                                               $2000 It must sacrff=ce
     December is a busy month at St. Dominic North Main S•'eet or by writing to the Southington                                             w/cap $8,500. 1985 Fo¢o
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              boats, motors                       $1000/BO Please call 793-•
School on FIanders Street.                               Jaycees, P.O. Box 504, Southington, 06489, atten-                                  Ranger 4/4 5,500 Call 584-              FOR SALE; 1987 Volks Cabn-                • trailers                          2272
     Fives of Santas EIws will visit the nursery ton to the DSA committee.                                                                  0535, 584-0257, 582-3134                Blot 34,000 miles, dk blue, 5-
                                                                                                                                                                                    spd, AC, new brakes, $9,500
school program at St. Dominic Dec. 13 at I0 a.m.             Deadline for nomlnations is Jan. 15:                                           FOR SALE: 1981 Honda AC-                Call 582-5924.                       MOVING - Starcratt P/U
                                                                                                                                            cord 5-speed, AC, sunroof, 2-                                                camper, sleeps6, extras, oxcol-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         tent condltlon $750. Call 747-

                                                                                                                                            door sedan $850 1970 Mus*              FOR SALE: 77 Cadillac Sedan
                                                                                                                                                                                   DeVille, loaded, good condmon,        0528                                     FOR SALE: 2 14" Dunlop radia•
                                                                                                                                            tang Mach I 8 cyl 351 w/head-
                                                                                                                                            ers. 650 HOIley. AT Needs              runs groat. $900 621-1588.                                                     brae, good cond,hon $25 for
                                                                                                                                            some body work $4.000 585-                                                   FOR SALE: Camper trailer                 both Call aher 5 PM. 583-8447
                                                                                                                                            7522                                                                         1988 Trail Seeker 27 ft. never
                                                                                                                                                                                   FOR SALE: 1985 Mercury Mer-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         road used, great cond, 2 bed-            FOR SALE: SkHs - 110, 120,
                                                                                                                                                                                   qu•s Brougham, mint condil•on         morns Call 276-3886
                                                                                                                                            FOR SALE: 1987 VW Jolts, au-                                                                                          160. aid boots S•Zes 4 1/2, 5 1/2,
                                                                                                                                                                                   Onglnal owner Loaded. $3200
                                                                                                                                            to, full power pkg. air, AM-           or best Beer Call 621-8782.                                                    6, poles, ping pong •blo, excel-
                                                                                                                                            FM,New t=res, one owner                                                                                               Jant COndd•on CaJI 747-8665
                                                                                                                                            $4750. or Be 1986 Dodge Car-           FOR SALE: Dining room set -
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             for sale
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  FOR SALE. Mene onyx ring
      legal notices                     ,legal notices                       legal notices                    legal notices                 avan whde, auto, full power            table, 4 dilaJrs, ch=na & buffet          furniture                            with leRer "P" with two diamond
                                                                                                                                            pkg., air, one owner $3500 or          Excallenl condition $700. Call                                                 chips ASking •'100 14K gold
                                                                                                                                            Be (Call days 243-9555 rotes           628-4933                                                                       Mens diamond ring 112 karat
         LEGAL NOTICE                                                                                                                       583-7232, ask for Cad)                                                       FOR SALE: Bunk beds, good
                                    and along Newell Street from            Engineering Des|gn                            John Woichsel,                                                                                                                          14K gok:l. $350 Call 628-9884
        NoffCe of Meeting           Redstone Street to the                                                                                                                         FOR SALE; 1972 Cbev Mallbu,           cond, converts to single twin
                                                                                                                          Town Manager      FOR SALE: 1983 Chrysler                                                      beds $150 Call 673-4620
          Town Council              Qulnnlplac River approxlrr•tely      4. Award of RsvaluatJon                                                                                   engine needs work, body OK.                                                    FOR SALE: Beundee•gn stereo
       Town of Southlngton          700 lineal feet.                                                                                        LeSaron, sdver, black, good                                                                                           rack system Am/FM rsC•lver.
                                                                                                                                                                                   350 engine, power steering.
                                    Affected property owners ere         5. Response to Mr. Pusc•elfo,                                      conddi0n Recent tunoup, new                                                                                           graphic squal•zer, ttual cassette.
                                                                                                                                                                                   power brakes, etc Best offer          FOR SALE: Port-a-cnb, excel-
 There will be meeting of the       encouraged to attend and                                                   Court of Probate,            battery Asking $1500 276-              Call anybme 9 AM-4PM or be-
 Town Council, Town of              voice their opinion. The                                                 DIsldct of Southlngton         8512                                                                         •ent condlbon, sheets, bumper
                                                                         6. Report: Schnaldermeysr,                                                                                tween 9-10 PM, ask for Troy.                                                   speakers $75 628-9315 attar 5'.
 Southlngton, on Monday,            properties affected will be                                              NOTICE OF HEARING                                                                                           pad, blankets and other baby             PM
                                                                            Bllgh, Trenqulllo: re:                                                                                 621-6548                              dams Call 621-0836
 December 10th, 1990 at 6.'00       subject to a sanitary sower             Acquffar ixotec•on                    ESTATE OF                 FOR SALE: 87 Cutlass
 RM. in the Council Chambers                                                                                 STEPHEN KELTONIC,                                                                                                                                    FOR SALE: Fart•rware coffee
 of the Town Hall Buffdthg, 75                                                                                                              Supreme 55K, AC, cruise.               FOR SALE: 76Wagoneer, mns,
                                    are Installed.                       7. Tax refunds.                             "l'#u/w                                                                                             FOR SALE: Maple bedroom                  pOt $9 gS. Oval ma•ole •o
 Msln Street, SouthlnBton.                                                                                                                  AM/FM, PS, PB. PW, clean               needs engine work $400 or
                                    7:15 RM - PUBLIC HEARING             8, Revfew of Arthur Toth                                           Must sell $5,000 582-7326              B O 584-1707                          set. good condition Also coal
 Connecticut, for the following     on an ordinance on cellas0on                                         Pursuant to an order of Hen                                                                                                                              $65. El vac $46 583-6374
                                                                                                         Raymond R Voelker. Acting                                                                                       stove B/O Call 589.7282
                                    and disposal of acoeptable           9. Dismissal: SHS Building
 6:00 P.M. - Workshop with          recydable matedal                                                    Judge, dated November 28,          FOR SALE: 1986 Toyota mln,             FOR SALE: 82 Chevy Cavalier                                                    FOR SALE. Mira exercise tram
 Regulatory Deperlmente.            7:30 PM - REQULAR MEETING:                                           1990. a hertring will be held on   van blue with captain S chairs,        wagon, automat, 66,000 mllee
                                                                         10. Such other bus•nsss as      an al•ceffon praytng that the                                                                                   FOR SALE: Couch 6 It maroon
 7.'00 RM. - PUBLIC HEARING         1. Precentst•on by Dow•town            ,shall be ixopor to come                                         sunroof Excellent condlhon             Runs good. no rust $700 621-
 to dl$cuse and act upon the                                                                             fldad•W m•y be authorized to       $7500 negohabm Call 628-               1598.                                 color 3 yrs old $100. 2 end ta-
                                        Revltallzaffon Committee             before the mee6ng.
 extension of sanitary sewers                                                                            sell certain real estate as In     7576 evee=ngs                                                                bles $50 Steel desk $50 582-             FOR SALE: BIo•ld mink Jack,t,
                                       concerning Com•unity                                                                                                                                                              O408
 along West Queen S•'eet from                                                                            said application on file more                                                                                                                            size 8-10. qualify rut. valued
                                       Development Block Grant
 Aircraft Road to Redstone                                                                               fully appears, at the Court of                                            FOR SALE: 1985 Chevy Cava-                                                     $2500 ASking $950 Call 271
                                       Program.                         DATED AT SOUTHINQTON,                                               FOR SALE: 1988 Chevy S-10                                                                                             2333
 Stl•t approximately 200 lineal     2. DlscussJan wffh Davtd
                                                                                                         Probate on December 17.                                                   lier IL blue, 2.0 FI 4 cyl 5 spd,     FOR SALE: Contemporary
                                                                        CONNECTICUT, THIS 4th day        1990 at 11:00 a.rn.                Pickup truck, air cond, power          4 dr, 73K, new tires, battery,        blond oak and glass furniture
 feet. and along Redstone              Gdffin, Esq., John Erdchettl
 Street from West Queen Sb'eet                                          of December, 1990.                                                  brakes, power steadng, AM/FM.          shocks, exhaust, emissions            Ideal for living room or den. Cof-       FOR SALE: Shmp
                                       Assodates concerning Mall
 to the Plalnvllle Town line                                                                                                                auto Trsns. V-6 engine. 36,987         tested Runs very good and             fee table, end table. 3 shelving         $100 RCA 10' B&W $•'0
 approximately 3,500 lineal feet,                                                                                   Raymond E Vostksr,      miles, $7,000. Call after 6 PM.,       very good cood $2450. O.B.e.          units to store TV or stereo 272-         cock radio (now) $18 Call 583-
                                    3. Award of Hml Sheet                 TOWN OF SOUTHINGTON                            Acting Judge       ask for Rachel.                        582-1558                              1113 affer 530 PM                        1535 AM
           THE OBSERVER
     FHURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1990                                                        BUY • SELL • TRADE/ Try_ The Observer Classifieds for Quick Resuit• CALL 628-9645
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         for _•-,de                              for sale                               for sale
         general                                 general                                general                              miscellaneous                       miscellaneous                          pets                                  services
     •OR SALE: Sofa and 2 chairs           FOR BALE: Brand new Elec-               FOR SALE: Knelesl downhill        NOVENA TO SL Jude. O Holy               LA LECHE LEAGUE of
     k300. Ladles lid JankeL small,        Irolux Ambassador, paid $800.                                                                                                                            LONELY CAT - Seeks friendly           HOT AIR Balloon ndes Chnat-          A•INUAL CRAFT• Feb" -The
                                                                                   skis, 170 cm with Tyrolia bind-   St. Jude, apostle and martyr            South•ngton monthly meeBng
     raver worn, $40. Call Ann             Asking $850. Penn. potbelly                                                                                                                              home for winter Friendly & re-        mas Gift Certificates Special        Southlngton Granga'a Annual
                                                                                   Ings,$100 584-0129 evenings       great In v•rtue and rich In mlra•       notice The December meeting
     •veNngs 674-9188.                     coal/wood stove $300. (2) wa-                                                                                                                            sponsive to people 276-9132           $150 00 per person. Cafi Con-        Christmas Crafts Fair will be
                                                                                                                    clue, near kinsman of Jesus              of the Southmgton La Leche
                                           terbods king $150, Queen witth
                                                                                  FOR SALE: Lavatory sat s=nk - Chdst, faithful Intomessor of ell                                                                                         nectlcut Balloon Adventures          heio S•r• Decam• 8 9•
                                           night tables $200. Call 634-                                                                                      League w•fl be heio on Tuesday         FREE BLACK Lab and BnUany             584-162]                            AM - 2:30 PM at the Grange
    FOR SALE: NIntendo Game.                                                      w/fixtures todat tank cover Pnca who invoke your special patron-
                                           6928 after 6 PM.                                                                                                  Dec 11, 10 AM at the home of           twelve week old puppy to good                                             Hall, Knowles Ave. & Su•t
    •oy, new In box. Includes LIg•                                                nogohable. 621-3046.              age In time of need, to_ you I           Manlyn Tucker, 1 Cusmng Lane,          ppme. wOnderlul with children        CAREFREE SMALL Buildings -           St. •om •ll • • ve•
    Boy a•cess0r end ton games.                                                                                     have recourse from the depth of
                                           FOR 8ALE: 1983 Cedlfiac El             FOR SALE: Granite look tiles                                               Plantswlle (O=rechons                 •AIready has had shots Call           Supenor' all wood constroctton
    Teenage Mutom Nlnja Turtles,                                                                                    my heart and humbly bog to
                                                                                  Groat for entries. Idtuhens. otu. whom God has given such great           End Rd te Park Vmw Drive, 2ed           283-9350.
    3ergayles Quest. CanUevema,            Dorado Blardtz power every                                                                                                                                                                    Delivered ready to use. "Built To
                                                                                  Also 20 yds. commercial carpel                                            Ioll •s Cusmng) These •nformal
    much more. $2.50. 584-2571.            thing, B.O. ALso Pioneer Super-                                          power to come to my ansts-                                                                                           Last A Ufesme • CateJng & Lo-
                                           tuner ill car stereo system •          seafoam green. $125 272-                                                  meetings are open to a/I women          •=REE LAB - Has shots,               caabns 1-800-326-SHED
                                                                                  6229                              tonca. Help me in my present            interested m breestfesd•ng. Ba-         neutered, to good home 585-
    FOR SALE: 87 Sk• Doe F0rmu-            speakers, B.O. 583-9064 after                                            and urgent petition. In return, 1       bies are always welcome For             0568                                 DIESEL MECHANIC TRAIN-
    kt Plus extras, fast a•d clea•,        5.                                                                       promise to make your name               further •nformahon or directions
                                                                                  FOR SALE: Ski boots Solomon knot•n and csuce you to be th-                                                                                             ING - 7 months hands-on pro-         BOY SCOUT Troop 24 needs
    •.883Km/n. 584-5924.                                                                                                                                    Call Chene 621 5957                     FREE - 2 female cats, 1 white.
                                          FOR SALE: 6 fL Xmas •rso $5             5 x51 s•ze 7 lt2. white and gray. vokad. Say three Our Fathers,                                                                                        gram Next c/ass uanuary 28th         camping equipmenU Tax-de-
                                                                                  $75 Call attar 5 PM 621-8561                                               THANKSGIVING NOVENA to                 1 mult• colored, must find           D;esal Teohnology Institute, En-     duchble donations SUCh es
    FOR 8•M.E: Two Place Jot Ski          three I 0 spasd blkas $3S, eanr.                                          three Hail Merye and Qlodan
                                                                                                                                                             SL Jude O Holy St Jude, apes-          homes as soon as poestole            herd. CI 1-800-243-4242 or           tents, lanterns, turps, pots,
    trailer $350. B.O. Kawaeakl           complete twin bed $50, dpsase,                                            Publication must be promlced.                                                   BoIn are fixed and have all thecr
                                                                                                                                                             tie and martyr, great in wrtue                                              (203) 745-2010                       pa•ls etc. will be greatly
    KDX-80 $450. B.O. Both in exc•        $40, TV or microwave atano                                                Thank you SL Jude M.L                                                           shots Please call 584-5929
                                                                                                                                                             and nch in m/reties, near Idns-                                                                                  cmtod• Please call 250-7647
    cond. 628-2929                        $45, old 33 records .50 cents
                                                                                                                                                             rna• of Jesus Christ, to•thful in-                                          TIME SHARE Untts and camp-           evenings if you can halpl
                                          each, Pine hand-crafted 4 It                                                  fiT. JUDE'S Novena. May the         tercessor of all who invekB your                                             ground memberships Distress
    FOR •M.E: Womens skits 150            slept top desk. $75. Two weed                                                 Sacred Heart of Jesus be                                                                                                                              ROOMMATE WANTED: Fe-
                                          stools $15, 272-2564.                   FOUND: Morris look-a-like cat                                             special patronage in hme of                                                  sales - Choapl Wondwlde sele¢-       male 23-35, to steam apL In res-•gnois. Nordlca boots size
                                                                                  in    vicinity  of   Marion
                                                                                                                        odored, glorified, loved • pre-     need To you I have recourse                 real estate                      cons Call Vacation Network.
    7 1/2. Groat condition. Call 628-                                                                                   served throughout the world                                                                                                                           idential area. Backyard, off
                                                                                  Ave /Prospect St. Call alter                                              from the depth el my heart and                                               U S and Canada 1-800-736-
    8258. Asking $125 or S.O.              FOR SALE: Snow blowers 5                                                     now and forever. Sanrad Heart                                                                                                                         suect penVJng, $300. ÷ $30. u•.
                                                                                  4•30, 628-0645.                                                           humbly beg to whom God has                                                   8250 or 305-771-6296 Free
    Need to cell. 628-8258.                HP Adoce $300, 8 HP Bolono                                                   of Jesus. prey for us. St. Jude,                                            FOR SALE: Charming Colonial                                               ties. Call 276-0716 or Iv. man-
                                                                                                                                                            given such great power to come                                               rental •nformatlon 305-771-
                                           $350. Both mn good. Don't wait                                               worker of miracles, pray for us.                                            home for rent •n quiet country                                            sago
    FOR SALE: Snow plow. New                                                                                                                                to my assistance. Help me m                                                  6331.
                                           Oil it anowa. Call 628-2227 after      FOUND - Beautiful gray tiger          Say this prayer nine times a                                                se•ng, close to IB4.. Four bed*
    Fisher 8' foot blade complete                                                                                                                           my present and urgent pest/on                                                                                     BABYSITTER WANTED for two
                                                                                  cat, white chest & nose. Very         day. By the 8th day ycur prayer                                             rooms, stove, raf, W & D, dish-
    #ill fit Chevrolet 1973-1987.          5 PM.                                                                                                            In return. I promise to make                                                 BECOME A Paralngal, Accred-          children,    weekends and
                                                                                  friendly Vic•ntty of Cntikon, off     will be answered It has never                                               washer No utilities Available
                                                                                                                                                            your name known, and cause                                                   ited Member NHSC, Attorney           evemngs Must be from Jan-
    $1,100. or B.O. 582-0812.                                                     West Queen St. Southlngton            been known to tail. Publication                                             Dec 21st $750 272-0535
                                           FOR SALE: Magnavox stereo                                                                                        you to be invoked Say Three                                                  Instructed, Home study, estab-       nings Schoo• •rsa. 585-1959.
                                                                                  Call 621-5322.                        must be promised. Thank you
   :OR SALE: Bak•in horesonki              system with turntable, AM/FM                                                                                     Our Fathers, three Hall Marys                                                Imhod 1976 F•nanctal es:l, free
   Spraet p•ano, fully restored,           radio, cabinet model $95. Call        FOUND - Northwest suction of           and God bless you St. Jude.         and Glories. Publication must                                                catalog.     1-800-669-2555.         ROOMMATE WANTED               to
    uned and regulated $1500.              621-3091 after 6 PM.                  PJalnville. a small female cat.                                            be promised. St. Jude, pray for                                              Southern Career Institute, P.O
   3all Michael 675-1448.                                                        rod & white tiger w/flea collar.                                           us and all who revoke your aid,                                              Box 2158, Boca Reign, Florida        located. Ample pa•ldng.
                                          FOR SAt.E: 2 end tobies, $15.                                                FREE FORSYTHIA Bushes, dig           Amen This Novena has never                                                   33427
                                                                                 green eyes, 1-2 yrs old. Very
   PeR SALE: Tractor Induatrlal           each. wedding nng, B.O.. 3/8           fnondly. 747-9668.                    your own 583-3503.                                                          FOR RENT:. 1st floor apL three                                             No smokers.
   €00 hours #250 bucket cab.             carat diamond dng, best offer                                                                                     prom|cad LM                            bedrooms, spphancas included,         SNOW PLOWING - Commer-
   •3500. Call 276-3888.                  over $600. Call 666-8569 any-          LOST . Kitten, almost full            HOLY SPIRIT:. You who made                                                  washer/dryer hookups Avail-           clal, residential snowplowing &
                                          bme.                                   grown, male. black & white.                                               THANKSGIVING NOVENA to                  able Dec 1st Uhhtrss not in-          sending. Fully insured. Senior
                                                                                 Vicinity of Berlin St. & Piceus•       me the way to reash my ideal.      St J•Jde O Holy St Jude.                Cluded and security required          dls¢ounts. M• 583-1265
   "OR SALE: Maple D R wl6                EXC. XMAS Gift - SoaPs Life-
   :hmrs, hutch, 4' round labia           styler tmedmlll. Uka now. Ask-         St. Approx. 2 weeks ago. 821-          You who gave me the divine g•ft    Apostle end Martyr, great m             Ca•t for more •nto 628-6758
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        DAYCARE has openings for
   v/leal, $450 Singer sewing ma-         ing $350, Uesd 3 months. 584-          7299 alter 5.                          to forgwe and forget the wrong     Vlflue a•d rich in miracles, neat
                                                                                                                        thai =s done to me and you, who                                                                                 teddlePs In my licensed home.
   :h•no. B.O. Call 589-6009 after        9386.                                                                                                            lunsman of Jesus Christ. faithful
                                                                                                                                                                                                   KENSINGTON: Spac=ous two             Meals. snacks tholuded. Fenced
   3 PM                                                                          LOfiT - Parakeet, blue, grey           ere in all instances of my life    intercessor of all who =nvoke
                                                                                                                                                                                                   bedroom •n f,ve famdy bu=ioing       p/ay area. References. Exped-
                                          FOR SALE: 1987 Polaris Indy            wings, white face, vicinity of         •th me. I, In this short dialogue. your spec=al patronage =n time                                                                                    WANTED - Collapsible free
   =OR SALE: Golf clubs menD                                                                                            want to thank you for ove•/thlng                                           Quzet neighborhood, sky tights,      enced. Located West St.,
                                          Trail Sp 488 ex. cond B O. Call        Eden Ave. Reward. 625-9867.                                               of'need, to you I have recourse                                                                                   standing clothes rack, prefer
   and womans complete with                                                                                            "and confirm once more that I                                               stove and refrigerator. $700.        Plantavtile, cony. to 84. Call
                                          747-3570                                                                                                         from the depth of my heart and                                                                                    elumlnum in good condition.
   )age. wrtually new, $50. each.                                                FOUND - 2 kntans in v•nity of          never want to be separated                                                 plus utilities Security. lease       621-8880.
                                                                                                                                                           humbly beg to whom GOd has
   •nhque Patchwork quilt double                                                 Panthorn Park. Plantsvfllo. One       from you, no matter hew great                                               Avadable =mmedlatoly Days
                                          FOR SALE: 1985 "Eltigre"                                                                                         given such great power to come          721-7318, evenings 621-2749
   |250 Mahogany valet $25,                                                      grey & white, one btsc• & white       the material desire may be. I       to my assistance Help me •n                                                  LIVING WORD - ECKANKAR
                                          "6000". water cooled. AFS,                                                                                                                                                                                                         M/F ROOMMATE Wantea to
   Smith-Corona         electronic                                               621-3556.                             want to be with you and my          my precent and urgent petition                                               wdl hole discuesron group open
                                          500co. carbides, "quick sled"                                                                                                                                                                                                      share 5 room apt. with molt•-
   )orteble typewriter $45 Ladles                                                                                      loved ones in perpetual glory,      In return. I promise to make            FOR RENT. Adorable 4 room            tO the pubic o• Uvtng Spiritual
                                          blan• & gold. $3.000. B.O. 1976        REWARD FOR Any Information
   :owhng ball $10, "Mahogany"                                                                                         amen. Thank you for your love       your name known and cause               mobile home, ras=denbal area         Teachers and The Holy Sptht -        8089.
                                          "Cut.s Salon" 625-5190.
   •o[ay easel $25. 272-5288.                                                    /ceding to the retum of my red        towa• me and my loved o•ab.         you to be revoked Say three             (no park) tel , stove, porch,        All are welcome - Tuesday Dec.
                                                                                 1987 Honda 4x4 Foreman.               Persons must say this prayer        Our Fathers. Three Had Marys            yard, maximum occupants 2 NO         18. 8 PM in Plantevihe Call          ROOMMATE WANTED tO sham
                                          FOR SALE: Large capacity
  PLOW BLADE for sale Four                                                       Racks front & rear. Mended left       three concacudve days w•thout       and Glorlas Pubticabon must             pets $500/mo plus utd=tres           Mark 621-8833 eves for info.         five ream ranch In Forsstvilla
                                          (older) miorowave, 84" Custom                                                                                                                            Sac & ral reqd 628-0593
  way six foot blade. $250. or best                                                                                    asldng a wish After third day,      be promtsed. SL Jude. pray for                                                                                    • of BoatoL $100A•.. €oy.
  Offer. Evenings 271-3390.               tined sheers - 4 palm - varying                                              •sh wdl be granted, no matter       us and all who •nveka your a•d                                                                                    ors all. Call 582-5580
                                                                                front b•sh bar. Spacers on mar         how d=ffmult it may be Then                                                 FOR RENT, Bouthlngton condo
  FOR 8•M.E: Hammond Concord,             r•ze 10/12, new rsbblt fur jackal     wheals • 70's early 80's, dark
                                                                                                                                                           Amen Th•s Novena has never                                                        tag sales
                                                                                                                       promised to publ=sh th=s d/a-       been known to fall I have had           2 BR.m appliances ,ncluded,                                            WANTED to buy 1982-1990
  Elestron¢ Organ. $300, or give          size 10/12, mink Jacket - szze        browa Chevy cube yen with ale-                                                                                     wtw carpet` secunty, utitit=es ex-
                                                                                                                       Io•u• •a•.._8._ooa as the favor 18  my request granted                                                                                             cars In need of repair, deed or
  offer 589-7354.                         12/14. tennis racket, cross-
                                                                                                                                                                                                   tra, convement to shopping.
                                                                                                                       g•=•'b•.•. ""• • "-"•=•'•mised PG                         Publicabon                                              CI'ImSTMA• • Fair - The alh•. CaP 583-0629 •..
                                          country s•d boots alze 5 1/2. as*     property th CheShire -area. 272-                                                                                   h,ghway. No po•. •625. Call           PUblic is mvt•d to a Chdsmms
  FOR S•LE: New black leather             sortsd ladles clothing, rrdscetia-    7266 ask for John.                    NO•=NA: May the most Saored
                                                                                                                                                                                                   621 •4968 or 628-8859 after 5        Craff Fair on Saturday Dec. 8 ROOMMAT• - REEPON•IE•'.I=
  •c•t wi'htnges, s•ze 12. $90. er        negus knick-knacks. Call 621-                                               Heart of Jesus be praised, hen-
                                          4O62                                                                        0rsd. ndorod, glorified through-                                                                                  from 10 AM to 8 PM at Ingrs- female, non smoker to share
  B.O. 582-9296 •tor 5 PM.                                                                                                                                     motorc'rcles                       FOR RENT • Southlngton. 3 BR          ham Manor. the Bristol Hospdal bedroom Bristol apartment
                                                                                                                      out the wend, new a•l forever,
  FOR SALE: 5 5 in Magnavox
                                          FOR SALE: Chtldmns ck•thes,                                                 Amen. Repeat nine times a day                                               apt, good location, $650 00 plus      Affiliated nu•ng care facility on $375. thciudes u'dlltles. Avallal•e
                                          infant to s•zo 10. F.P. car seat,                                           for nine days and publish and        FOR SALE: '87 Suzuk• 450, ex-          ubht•es One BR apt $475 plus          North Main Street In Bristol how 583-2974.
  color T.V. w/AM/FM radio, dlg•al
                                          Century Booster seal All good                                               your request will be granted.                                               utilities Two BR apt $500 plus        Crafts made by Ingraham
  clock timer. $125. or best offer.                                             FREE - 19' No•tay Sp•,¢e. ifi
                                                                                                            W                                              cellent cond. 1,200 redes, many
                                          condition. 585-5586.                                                        RG.                                  oxtrs.s. $1,g00 747-61;3               uhhlms One room apt $360              Manor residents wdl be far sale ROOMMATE TO share quiet
  628-6703.                                                                     Cut when you wa•t It. Delivery                                                                                    month Call 628-8898                   as well as o"alte made by kx•J house in P•nvflle. Cable TV In
                                         FOR SALE: Vermont Casting              and set-up available. 584-1980.                                                                                                                         cammunity members, Anyone room $375 Includes every-
  FOR SA/.E: Lewsry Genie Or-                                                                                         FREE: Hoda•t M. Cable player
                                         Vigilant wood burning stove.                                                                                                                             FOR RENT Bnstol Lovely apt            •nterssteq tn selling crafts can thing 793-0627
  gan w• bench. In good condi-                                                  FREE fiTA•,•PS: Free cancelled
                                         $550 Nce srnallor wcod er coal                                               good working condit•on, player                                              Stove. fr•lge, some fum Quint         purchase a tobla for $18 CaP
  ben Only $150 • 621-9988.                                                     US and foreign stamps given to
                                         burning steve $150. 276-9200.                                                parts missing. Move It - It's                                               nmghborhood $450 monthly              Terri Manglanto at Ingraham W•EO TO Buy - Sewing
  Fun for Chdstmes•                                                             all children 5 to 12 ye•'s of age
                                                                                                                      yOUrS. 272-9442 anybme.                                                     583-6186                              Manor for more Information at chino cabinet In good corKflbon.
                                                                                One packet per child per week                                              FREE Persmn Angora m•xsd fe-
                                         FOR SALE: 3 engine blocks for                                                                                                                                                                  584-3400.
 FOR SALE: Genesis & Turbo                                                      while supply lasts Milldale Post                                           male cat, lovable, excellem
 Grapmca. Games & many ex-               Chews usa other assorted ca•                                                 THANK YOU St. Jude for an-           w/children. Moving 237-6791
                                                                                Office, 223 Clark St., Mlfidale.                                                                                                                         TAG SALE - Hunting, hShlng.         WANTED - ROOMMATE
 tras Call 275-9012 after 6 PM,          parts. 582-O408.                                                             swering my prayer CA                                                            services
                                                                                Ct` O6467.                                                                                                                                               tools, machinery, wood stove,       (Plalnvitle) to share new 3 BR
 ask for Mark.                                                                                                                                             FREE Krr'rENS -      Call after 6                                            boat. motor, trailer, over 2000      colanlaL Close to 72/84. Avalk
                                         SPACE AVAILABLE on group                                                                                          PM, 271-0876
 FOR SALE: Kelvlnator etocthc                                                  fiT. JUDE Novena: May the Sa-          SOUTHINGTON HIGH School                                                                                           45's. Pra 64 Fender Mustang - 4      able 1/1 747.9553.
                                         sailing of Royal Caribbean's                                                                                                                             CAMCORDERS . VCR S
                                                                               cred Heart of Jesus be adored,         PTO. will hot0 a Christmas So.                                                                                    gudars, 2 banjos, ascordlan, an-
 stove, $75. - 24" 18 carat goio         Sovereign of the Sees, April 13,                                                                                  FREE TO Good home' 4 yr old            W•o;esa•e (over 200 models)
 chmn 16 cultured pearls $350.                                                 glodfied and precenmd through-         c•al Wed., Dec 12. at 2 PM ,n                                                                                     bques, padlock cotiecbon, much
                                         1991 Greup discount spplian.                                                                                      Shepa• Husky Neutered male             NO •x, free dehvery. Full lecal
                                                                               out the wodd now and forever           the school hbrsry NI South•ng-                                                                                    much more No reasonable offer
 I/4 carat d;amond dng, blue star        Call 276-0849 or 666-4625 for                                                                                     Great with k•ds Housebroken            warranty Free calalog (none for
                                                                               Sao'od Heart of Jesus, prey for        ton High School parents are                                                                                       refused Must ceti Dec. 9th. 11-      Furniture welcome. 747-9627
 $800. nng. 879-4807,                    details Ask for Glea.                                                                                             Needs room to run and lots el          VCRs) No phone quotes w=thout
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                                                                                                                                                                                             The Observer, Thursday, December 6, 1990

  Early music heralds season downtown
   (continued from page I)                          "We have nine pipers, fou• drum-      pipes. The Highland pipe is a variety.                  There are three drone pipes, the long                    and it explodes." he said, although i•.
                                                mere and a color guard of five. And we    of war pipe once used in Ireland. War
   Odelrs Stewart Highlanders. he said.                                                                                                           pipes that extend behind up from the                     never happened to him.                 ,.
                                                make a lovely rocket." he said.           pipes were used in battle and can be
       Odell said, Dalton could pay for                                                                                                           pipe. Two pipes are tenor drones and                          One Canadian company is even
                                                    Although he is Irish, he chose to     heard for miles.
   lessons, or Join the band and he'd                                                                                                             one is bass drone. They make a con-                      perimenttog with plastic pipes, he sald:
                                                play the Highland War Pipes, the loud-        "When Eagland took over Ireland,
   teach him for flee. So he Joined the                                                                                                           stant sound as the piper plays.                              While studying to play the instru:-
                                                est and most familiar type of Scottish   they outlawed bagpipes. That's were
   band.                                                                                                                                              "With the drone pipes, you actually                  ment, Dalton studied its history •
                                                bagpipe over the Irish or Utileann       the Ufllean pipes came in. It was illegal               accompany yourself," he said. Holding                     well.
                                                                                         to walk around with a set of pipes. It                  the bag under his arm, he inflated it                         "The earliest pipe was found in a•

   Speaker urges treatment...
                                                                                         was too easy to incite rebellions activi-               with the mouthpiece and gave it a                         Egyptian tomb and dated to abou•
                                                                                         ty with a rousing tune and a few pints                  squeeze, causing the drones to start                      3000 B.C. They were brought to the
                                                                                         of ale. They are the only instruments                   hum•. The chanter extends down                            British lales by the Golatlans from
   (continued from page I)                      from psycho therapy or,. •talk treat-    that have ever bceu banned as                           from the bag and is where the tune is                     Spaln," he said.
                                                                                         weapons of war," he added.                              played. As he started to play, Bubba
                                                ment," to medication to a method                                                                                                                                Pipes are still used by the Basque."
  brought on by the aeeumuJatton of             which the speaker endorsed, Electric         H• doea pay tribute to his ethnic                   started to howl.                                          people of the Pyrenees. There are also
  day-to-day stress. A person is most           Convulsive Therapy (F-,C'D.              roots by wearin• a • Ireland pin on                         "He always tells me when rm out of                    versions of the pipes used in Italy•
  susceptible to adjustment disorders               While Salomon said that the gener-
                                                                                         his black Glengan-y hat, part of his                    tune." he said and noted that out of
  during times of mourniug or major             al public perceives EOT• as barbaric,    piping uniform. The pipem in the                        tune drone pipes sound like a "nest of                pipes are everywhere, he sald.
  changes in lifestyle.                         he said it is a treatment which has the  Stewart Highlanders wear the Hunting                   angry bees."                                               "They have six year old kids wl•
      Salomon simply explained adjust-          highest success rate with the least      Stewart tartan, a deep green plaid kilt                     "Were actually entered the 20th                   play Itke wizards. It's so nice to see, es•
  ment clisorders may occur when,              side-affects.                             and the drummers w•ar the Royal                        eentmT here." he said, lifting the tar-                peclaI1y when the instrument came
  Xhere's something going on in their              As for the common misconception Stewart, a brfl•n•t red tartan.                              tan covering of the air bag. "Our band                 close to an early demise," he said.
  lives or something not going on in their     that depression is on a rise during the       The Stewart Highlanders got a                      has opted for a Gore-Tex bag," he said.                    "The pipe is a very ancient instru•
                                                                                         chance to play for a fellow Stewart in                 Pr•wtously. bags were made out of
                                               holiday season, Salomon said that in-                                                                                                                   ment, That's why I think it arouse•
        Symptoms of depression are easily      fluences during this time of year may
                                                                                         1989, he sa•d. l•end• from                             leather, elk hide or sheepskin. But be-                primal feelings m a persov_ You don•
   identifiable. A change in a person's        result in increased numbers of office     gave him a call last aummer when mu-
                                                                                                                                                                                                       find people who are lukewarm about:
   disposition and eating and sleeping         visits to psychiatrists but actual clinl- sician Rod Stewart •raa coming to play moist breath.during playing, the inside                                the pipes-either the love them or they:.
   habits are the most common slg•s. Sa-       cal diagnoses do not inerease             at Lake •ompounce Fe•ttval Park, he
                                                                                                                                of these bags rot. resulting in drying                                 hate them," he said.
   Iomon said. A lack of an appetite or in-                                              said. They told him to go down to the and cracking, he said.
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Thoma• and Mirlam Dalton bot•
   somnla are not necessarily the only             He did urge that people maintain park and let the promoters know that            *It can be embarrassing during a
   eating and sleeping disorders                                                         he plays the •mgpip•. So•etimes,
                                                                                                                                parade when you squeeze on your bag
                                               respousibillty when consuming alcohol                                                                                                                   play. too.
   ed with depression. Overeating and ,hy-     during the holidays. Alcoholic bever- Stewart wont perform unl•8 the•e'a a
   persomuia or sleeping too much over a       ages are a depressant and can com- piper on stage, they told him. He let
   period of two or three wecks are equal-     pound ex•tr• feelings of guilt and the management know and at first

                                                                                                                                                Town to begin sewer testing...
   ly as clisturbing to psychiatrists. He      hopeleasness to the point where a per-
  said a lack of energy or concentration       son is cli•.ah'y depressed.
                                                                                         them a • for his piping •ex•tee.
  are also indicators that depression             A sound body will yield a sound        Bardic Alr•, he •ald.
  may have set in.                            mind, according to Salomon. He said            Later he • he got a phone, call,                  (continued from page 1)                                used to color the paper are released in-i
       Salomon spoke of suicide as an un-     daily, exercL• • a bePJthy diet may        they needed not Just one, but a whole
  fortunate but common result of de-                                                     pipe band. •o that evening the Stewart                                                                       to the watt. he said. T• adva.nta•
                                              prevent the onset of the dJsoase. For                                                            then. he recommends that re.dents                      of the hazardous waste coneeUon days•
 pression. He said. due to the social         further and more specific information                                                            switch to low phosphate detergents.
 stigma that is related to the disease,                                                  art.His •t of pipes was made in                                                                              rathdr than pouring these items clow•
                                              about depression and its treatment.                                                                                                                     the sink or changing car fluids over
 people win allow their depression to go                                                 by the Henderson Company. The pipes
                                              the speaker suggested consultlng a                                                                   Residents can also help the river by               manhole, can aL.•o help improve •
 untreated for months and years to the        family doctor.                             axe made f•m Aft-lean blaekwood.
                                                                                                                                               oru'y using white toilet paper. The dyes
 point where they are not able to make                                                                                                                                                                water quality, he said.
                                                 The lecture was the second in
 respom•ible decisions.
      The most serious consequence of          Briarwood College and The Ob-
 depression is suicide. Salomon contin-        server. Only 25 people attended
 ued, "It's clearly a sign of people mak-      the event. The coordinator of the
 ing decisior• at a •tme in their lives       seminar, Waiter Skorupski, at-
 when they are not mentally capable of        tributed the low turn-out to the
 makLng decisions that will aflhct the        weather. He said the school is
 rest of their lives. Suicide certsiniy       working on continuing the series
 does affect the rest of their lives."        during the spring when the
      Treatment for depression, which

                                                                                                                                                THE Observer
                                              weather should be more coopera-
 Salomon strongly urged, can range            tive.

 Storm marks start...
(co•tlnued fi'om page 1)
port has a thirty day forecast far the month, which it receives from the NaUon-
al Climatic Center in North Carolina. Scientists prepare the thirty day outlook
by observing solar cycles, ocean water temperatures and other natural phe-
nomena such as storms to project the average daily temperature far the
    He said that ouflsok projects that the average daffy temperature far De-
cember 1990 will be between 24 and 28degrees Fahrenheit. "It's going to be
colder than average but nowhere near as cold as it was last year," said Sekel-
    The coldest day in December last year was Christmas Eve when the tem-
perature dipped below zero and the average te•nperainre for the day was five
degrees.                                                                                                                                                                                                         Observer
    On Monday. meteorologists throughout the country were tracking the same
storm. Sekelsky said the storm was dumping snow and sleet across the mid-
west as of Menday al•ernoon and was headed for New England. The warm sir
which changed the pattern of the storm, resulted in above average tempera-
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inres and rainy conditions overnight Monday and alt day Tuesday.
    The storm dumped all rain in Southlngton Tuesday causing some minor
flooding along Queen Street. The Quiunlpiac River was over its banks near the
Super Bowi Lanes on South Main Street and in low lying areas near Merlden
Waterbury Road.                                                                                (Over Newsstand
Somma named assistant...
(continued from p•ge I)
run insurance company, the Nye Agency. Nye said                                                                      The Observer
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    in ddition to the leadership post, Somma has         Tiffany House                      I
been appointed to the finance committee which h{
believes is the most important government com-
mittee in ex•tence in Connecticut due to the econ-
omy and the looming budget deficit.
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