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Memorial Day Parade Units F i l i a l B l l d g e t V o t e Lined Up By VFW Council The Watertown-Gakvlle 'Veterans Cbuncil has announced the tentative lineup for the community's annual Memorial Day Parade. _ The parade is slated for Monday, May.25, with formation, to begin. at 9:45 a.m.. in the parking lot of the Watertown Plaza, Main Street. The first units will step off at 10 a.m. In keeping with the tradition of alternating the route between Watertown and Oakville, this year's parade will |:o south on Main toward Oakville, about. 1.2 miles, and end at the monument on the corner of Main and. Riverside streets. Overall parade Chairman'Phillip '"Midge" Battick Jr. has reported State Sen. Jamie McLaughlin (R-Woodbury) of the 32nd District will, be" the main speaker. Ken Simpkin and Maurice Barbaret are the parade marshals, and Edmund Schweitzer is in charge, of grave decorations. The division directors., and where their respective units will form, are as follows: first, division, Steve Rossignol, Knights of Columbus parking lot; second, Mr. Schweitzer, .area to right of plaza entrance; third, Russell Smith, area to left of plaza entrance; and fourth, George Collier, area at far left of plaza entrance. The tentative divisional lineups are as follows: First—police car. Police Department color guard, Watertown High (Continued on page 2)

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On New $26 Million Package Set Monday The proposed $25.9 million budget for 'fiscal 1987-88 will go to a final, vote next week at the annual budget town meeting. The session has been scheduled for Monday, May 11, at 7:30 p.m. in the Swift Junior High School auditoriurr, 25O1 Colonial St.,

Oakville, All legal, voters within the community can decide the fate of the package. • The key proposed spending plans are the town administration budget of $10,058393, up around. $800,000 over final estimated expenses for 1986-87, and the Board, of Educa-

Albreada Given Temporary Contract; Two' Towns Out The [own administration announced Mondaj night it has decided to retain the Albreada Refuse Co. of Tornngton to continue running the transfer station at the landfill otf Hamilton *\\enue and Old Baird Road. A one-year agreement approved by town officials will have the firm,, owned by Michael Botticello, bringing the town's refuse to the Hartford landfill"until the end of August, and then likely to the MidConnecticut refuse disposal facility in Hartford. Albreada will charge $22 a ton

for a Watertown-only operation. The community generates about 60 tons of garbage per day. Waste Management, Inc. of New Mil ford and Allied Sanitation of Piain.vi.Ile also submitted bids for the job, but were turned down. Albreada had been hired recently as a temporary transfer . station operator under emergency measures approved by the Council a month ago. In a related development, the Council, rejected by a. 4-2 vote a (Continued on page 15)

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YTE Members GainHonors In New Jersey Competition Three members of the Youth costume, swimsuit, and sportswear Theater Ensemble successfully modeling, and jazz and top solo. represented the organization at the She also took, second for her vocal Eastern Slates Performing Arts. solo, and in the photogenic Competition held last month in. category. Miss Chasse was awarded the tiNew Jersey. Watertown's Debbie Hughson tle "Junior Miss Performing was awarded first place in both the ' Arts-1987." As a duo. Miss Hughson and pointe solo and. novelty solo categories, while Oakvlle's Melissa Miss Chasse earned second places for their vocal and novelty duets, as Chasse earnedfi.rst.-pla.eehonors, in well as third places for lyrical ballet duo and jazz duo. Miss Hughson. and Watertown's Alan. Anthony Spaulding received, first-place honors for vocal duet, The 'League of Women Voters and took second in. novelty duo, Miss Chasse previously had comwill sponsor the second in a series of public meetings on "Growth in peted in the Ail-American Sunshine Watertown" Tuesday, May 12, at Pageant and Talent Competition 7:30. p.m. at the Oakville Branch April 1.6-18 in Worcester, Mass. In the modeling competition, she Library, 55 Davis St.. was ranked sixth runner-up for The discussion will be led by Town Manager Robert Middaugh, costume modeling, third runner-up and Town Council Chairman Gor- for gown, and first, runner-up for don James and member Charles sportswear. Out of approximately 200 competitors in the talent comFisher Jr. The LWV is a. national, non- " petition. Miss Chasse won firstpartisan political organization place honors in, jazz, and overall ' whose purpose is . "to promote high point recognition in, the tap and .political responsibility through in- vocal competitions. A seventh grader at Swift, Junior formed and. active participation of High School, Miss Chasse also .citizens in government..". • The public is invited to the placed second for high point overall meeting, which, also will provide in- • average, winning her talent teacher formation about the league's local and mother an award for student •study on '"Planning and Managing, excellence. The daughter of Mr. • and Mrs. Growth, in Watertown." . For more information, call . (Continued., on page 2) 274-8531 after 5 p.m.

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SAINT MAKGARETS-MWTERNAN SCHOOL alumnus Christopher Brooks, left, Class of'59, of Watertown, joins Natalie Smith Mernman, director of alumnae/i affairs, and Headmaster Hugh M. Slattery in an early planning session for the school's annual .Alumnae/i Day slated for Saturday, May 1.6. (Ryan. Photo)

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lion's proposed $15^835,02,0 sum, an increase of about $2. million over the current year's expenditures. The two big budgets, along with the other proposed packages, would increase the tax mill rate by an anticipated 0 53 mills. Also up for consideration Monday will be the water operations _budget of $949,239, water capital budget of $7,915, sewer operations budget of $48.1,015, sewer capital budget of $6,915,, and water and sewer debt service of $105,109. Also federal. Revenue Sharing of $290,000, state-funded town road aid of $300,000', and state-funded municipal infrastructure monies of $14,280 Voters also will be asked to decide on establishing a trust fund for improvements to C'restbrook Park's golf course. " - • The Town Council* purposely has kept the tax increase low by recommending $753,839 of the town's $2 45 million fund balance be used to offset anticipated expenditures The current 'tax levy is 45 34 mills The town v. ill be looking to raise $16.2 million through, property 'taxes, and another $6.7 million via, state Department, of Education, grants and, aid. Officials expect the" community to receive more than $4.2 million in Guaranteed Tax Base (GTB) education equalization funding: from the state. The local administration has assembled a last hurrah, list of items •for the Revenue Sharing budget, which, is ending this year after being terminated a few years, ago by the Reagan Administration. The Council has allocated $60jOOO for road and bridge repairs, $90,000 for a, street sweeper, $25000 for improvements, to Crestbrook Park, .$55,000 for a, highway track, $2QJOOO for a generator, S3SJ0GO for a tractor • and flail mower, and, $5,000 for highway communications equipment. (Continued, on page 2)

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(Continued fiord* page 1) School band,, parade marshals and staff. Town Council members, units, from. 'the-lOZnd Infantry, Auxiliary Police units, Watertown veterans of foreign. wars, Watertown VFW Post 5157 Auxiliary, and Gold Star mothers. Second—Swift. Junior High School, band, Watertown American Legion,' Knights, of Columbus, Water-Oak. Little League, Cub Scout troops, -Boy Scout troops, and masonic groups. Third—Oakvi.ile-Wafert.own Drum Corps (Whip City Diablos), Oakville veterans of foreign wars, Oakville VFW Post 7330 Auxiliary, Voice of Democracy winner, 1987 Miss Greater Watertown Linda. Piscopo, Brownies, Girl Scouts., Junior Women's Club of Watertown, Lions, Club "float, and senior citizens van. Fourth—Grammar School band, Oakville American Legion Post 195, units from Oakville American Legion, antique vehicles, Westbury Dram Corps, Watertown Fire Department, and fire engines. .Mr. Battick said additional units will be placed at the discretion, of the parade committee. - ., The firing squads will form. at. 3:30' a.m. May 25. Assignments are Watertown VFW, Evergreen Cemetery; Oakville American Legion, Mount Olivet Cemetery; and Oakville VFW, Mount St. James Cemetery. The veterans council, will meet Monday, May 18, at 8 p.m. a! the Oakville VFW, Davis Street, for Final parade lineup scheduling; The displaying of advertising signs in the line of march is prohibited-, Mr. Battick said.

(Continued from, page 1) Republican. Councilman Stephen Robey, who chairs 'the Council's budget committee, gave no final report at Monday night's Council, meeting, but simply asked voters to' turn, out and support: the proposed' spending plans. Among the major changes made to the Figures while the Council went through its budget, interviewing process with the many departments and Board of Education were • • restoration of $28jOOO to the Police Department, so three line officers could be hired, instead of two, and limiting the cut to the Board budget to $120000. • However, $60,000 later was restored to bring back three teaching positions that had. been axed, and subsequently brought about an outcry of opposition from, parents .and the teachers, union. The •Board said it would' try to make up

the other $60000* by'conserving ~ spending in, the fuel account, and on travel, and.,,conference costs. The administrative budget includes allocations for an administrative assistant to the Finance •Department, a.' data processing coordinator, and an economic development officer whose salary •would be partially paid by the Watertown-Oakville Chamber of Commerce. The most heated debate .has occurred over the funding granted to hospice: Project Care, Inc., a, townbased 'agency that serves area suburban communities 'by providing counseling and support services for the terminally ill and their families. The Council, had chopped administrative funding for the nonprofit, organization, but later restored $5j000 to a contingency account, to be paid out after a review of the hospice budget, and annual plan.

The service lias, a, full-time'director and a half-time secretary as its only paid employees. Project Care has been trying: to weather minor controversial publicity over why two of its' board members quit earlier this year. Volunteer members working for ;the organization have 'turned out at budget, hearings, 'though, to plug for continued -town support, of the program,.

. YTE Members . (Continued, from page 1) Paul, Chasse, Shelter Hill Avenue, she 'now will, compete in the national competition in July in Downington, Pa.

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Judsoii—Michael Galazzo, Enzo •• Chiaravalloti, Lisa, Gandolfo, and. e..J. Cunningham; Polk—Jennifer • Santera, Ann, Mitros, 'Karen Alexander, Robert Sakalas, Brandon ' fiubbo, Christopher lasker, Shan^ non Biidsall, .Kevin Grechika, and " James Ocarnpo. Swift—Mark Bor-. diere and Nick D'Anthony. Watertown High—Brian Marti, Marty • Watson, Cheryl Barnosky, Victor Chernesky, and Kelly Holmes. • Art work 'was compiled from work by students of Alice Schilling, ' art teacher at, Baldwin and Judson;* • .Mr. Beyer, aitteacher at Griffin and Polk; Joann Barthelmess, art teacher at Heminway Park; Ken

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Miles Held For Local Men Killed, In, City Disaster Angelantonio Perugini Funeral services for Angeh,-* tonio Perugini, 44, of 20,5 Daii-jn St., Oakviile, who died April 2.3 in the L'Ambiance Plaza, building collapse in Bridgeport,, were held Saturday, May 2, at 8:15 a.m. from the Albini Funeral, Home, Waterbur}',, to St. Lucy's Church for a Mass at 10 a.m. Burial was in Calvary Cemetery. The husband of Caterina (Guerrera) Perugini, Mr. Perugini was born in. Ponlelandolfo, Benevento, Italy, Feb. 23. 1943. son of the late

Michelangelo and Anna. (Rinaldi) Perugini, and came to this country and. Waterbury in" 1.978. He moved to Oakviile in 1982. Mr, Perugini was employed by the Waterbuiy Foundation Co., Inc. the past, nine years. He: was a member1 of the Pontelandolfo Community Club and the Waterbury Laborers Union Local 390. Besides his wife, he leaves a son, Michael Perugini, and a daughter, Miss Anna Maria P'erugini, all of Oakviile; a •brother, Angelo Perugini of Pontelandolfo, Italy; five sisters, Mrs. Rosaria Perugini, Mrs. Filomena Fbcareta, and, Mrs. Concetta Perugini, all of Pontelandolfo, Mrs. Victoria. Perugini of Benevento, Italy, and Mrs. Maria, Perugini, of Torino, Italy; and several nieces and nephews.

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Military . funeral services, for Michael Addona, 40, of 56 Sills Drive, Oakviile, who died April 23'" at, the L'Ambiance Plaza building collapse in Bridgeport, were held. Saturday, .May 2, at: 8:15 a.m. from, ' the Aibini Funeral Home, Waterbury, to St. John the Evangelist •Church for a Mass at 9 a.m. Burial _ was in Mount. Olivet Cemetery. The husband 'of Mary Beth (Bienker) Addona, Mr. .Addona-was bom in Pontelandolfo, Benevento,-' Italy, Aug. 6, 1946, son o f Domenico and. Nicolina (Guerrera)' Addona, and came to this country and. Oakviile in 1958. He was employed by the Waterbury Foundation Co., Inc. for the past seven months. He was past owner of the Falls Avenue .Package Store in. Oakviile for 10 years, 'and president of MMA, Inc. for four years. He graduated from Watertown High School, was a member of the Pontelandolfo Community Club, the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5157 of Watertown, the Laborers Union of Bridgeport', and the Small Business Association of Waterbury. He was a U.S. Army veteran of the Vietnam, War;.:-Mr: Addona, was a, communicant of St. John's Church. Besides his wife and parents, -he leaves three daughters, the Misses Catherine, Nicole, and Christine Addona, all of Oakviile, and several nieces and. nephews.

Francesco 'D'Addona Funeral services for" Francesco D'Addona, 38, of 118 Manila St., Oakviile, who died April 23 in, the LAmbiance Plaza, construction collapse in Bridgeport,, were held,"

Addona Fond Started A memorial fund for Michael Addona, one of the workers who perished, in,'the L'Ambiance Plaza disaster in Bridgeport., has been established. Checks, may be made payable to':: Michael Addona Memorial Fund, and sent fa P.O. Box 665,' Watertown, 0679&

•the Albini Funeral Home, Water-•bury,- ; to St. Mary Magdalen Church, 'Oakville,- for a Mass at 9 a.m.. Burial was -in Mount Olivet. 'Cemetery. • Mr. .D'Addona was bom, in ' Pontelandolfo, Benevento, Italy,; Sept. 15, 1948, son of Verdolina (Mancini) D'Addona and the late Giuspee D'Addona, and came to this'country and Oakville in 1974. He was' a laborer for Waterbury Foundation Co. and. a member of the " Pontelandolfo Community Club, and the Laborers Union. Local 390. Mr. "D'Addona was acommunicant of St. Mary Magdalen Church... . • Besides' his mother, he leaves a sister, Mrs. Rocco (Vittoria) Perugini of Oakville,; his maternalgrandmother, Mrs. Donatella Man• cini of Oakville; and one niece and one nepheW.

Funeral services and burial for •'Francis I 'Williams, 89, of 346 Unman • Road, • were • slated to be private. The husband of 'the late Lucy (Weidemier) Williams, Mr. Williams died-Friday,-May 1, at Waterbury Hospital after a brief Illness... A lifelong resident of Water/town, he was a. U.S. Army veteran of _ 'World. War I, and. a member of the Oakville American Legion Post 1.95. Before retiring in 1970, he was employed by the Heminway & Bartlett Manufacturing Co. He leaves' a son, Clifford G. 'Williams of Oakville; two brothers, including Edwin Williams of Watertown; a," sister, Mrs. Alice Beardsl.ee of Watertown; six grandchildren; seven great-grand• children; and several nieces and. nephews. • . The Hickcox-Mitchell Funeral Home Is in charge of arrangements.

Joseph Nardella. Funeral, services for Joseph. Nardella, 55, of 32 Greenleaf Ave., Waterbui-y, who died in the L'Ambiance Plaza, collapse in Bridgeport April 23, were held Tuesday, May 5, at 8:45 a.m.. from, the Albini Funeral Home, -Waterbury, to Our Lady of Lourdes Church, for a Mass ' at 9:30 a.m.. Burial was in Calvary Cemetery. It had been incorrectly reported by the funeral home last week the funeral was to take place April 27. Mr; Nardella was born, in Waterburj', Aug. 11, 1931, the son, of 'the late Joseph and Agnes (Greet) Nardella. He was employed as a' carpenter by the Waterbury Foundation Co., Inc. He was a. U.S.. Ar,my veteran of the Korean War. He was a communicant of Our Lady of Lourdes Church.

Mrs. C. Leman Atwood Memorial services for Mrs. Evelyn H. Afwood, 81, of 48 Grove Hill .Road, were to be held at the. United Methodist Church, 305 .Main St., at a, time and date to be announced.' A private burial was scheduled for Evergreen Cemetery. Mrs. Atwood, wife of C. Leman Atwood, died Friday, May 1, at her home after a long illness. A resident of Watertown, the past 60 years, she was a. member of the United Methodist Church, the United Methodist Women, the Morning Circle of the church, and the Seidu Delphian" Society. Besides her husband, she leaves one son, a. daughter, five grandchildren,, two nieces, and a nephew. The Hickcox-Mitchell Funeral "Home is in charge of arrangements.

He leaves three brothers., Gaetano "Guy" Nardella of"Water.bu.iry, with whom, he resided, Frank A. Nardella of Oakville, and Camillo J. Nardella of Waterbury; three sisters, Mrs. Joseph (Ann) Orlando. _ and Mrs. Anthony (Bertha) B.u,onocore, both of Waterbury, and Miss Mary Nardella,"with, whom, he resided; and several nieces and .. nephews.

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Renaud Rael Lessard Funeral services for Renaud "Ray"1" Rael Lessard, 36, of 126 -Mono St Oakville, hu.sba.nd of Christine (Bartlett) Lessard,, were •"' held. Tuesday, May 5. at 9:15 a.m. from the-.AIderson Funeral Home. Waterbury, to St.... John the Evangelist Church fora Mass at 10 a.m. Burial was in, the new Pine Grove Cemetery... ' Mr. Lessard died Thursday. April: • 30, in Si Mary's Hospital-in Waterbuiy... He .was a. resident, of the community since 1968, having moved from, Canada. He was employed as an insulation installer for NewEngland Building Products Co. of Brook field. Besides his wife of Oakville and parents, Albert P. and Julian (Lessard) Lessard of Sherbrooke, Canada, he leaves a daughter. Rachel Lynn Lessard of Oakville; six, brothers, including Sylvain Lessard of Oakville; three sisters,,, including Mrs. Charles (Carol) Logue Jr. of Oakville; and several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins. Ernest W. Bushey Funeral services for Ernest W. Bushey, 66, of 340 Echo Lake Road, were held Saturday, May 2, at 2 p.m..,. at the Shea Funeral Home, Winsted, •• with the Rev... Steven Gordon officiating. Burial was in Forest View Cemetery. Mr. Bushey died Wednesday, April 29, at: Waterbury Hospital. He was born-in Winsted, where he lived most of his life until moving to ' 'Watertown 15 years ago. . He leaves a brother, Kenneth Bushey of Oakville, and several nieces and, nephews. (Continued on page 6)

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Guisti-Hambler, all of Waterbury, property at Lake Winnemaug, $65,000; .Ralph.' P. Hauschild, ' Watertown, to'A. Paul Chapin IV, (Continued from page 4)Prospect, property at, Oakville . Charles J. Quadrato Gardens, • $65,000; I, Kenneth, Funeral services for Charles.. DiPaolo, 'Watertown, to Harry and M R . Arthur F. Kangas NEWS Joseph. Quadrato, 59, of 134 Mary Cast, Ridgefield, property on, "Funeral services for Mrs. Howard Ave., Prospect, husband of The following real, estate transac'the late Nancy (D'Angelo) (Vemale) Frances (Wenning) Kangas, a tions were made during the period, • " Bassett Road, $75;OQO; Marian and. Quadrato, were' held Saturday, May Waterbury native and wife of Ar- from Monday, April 20 through Dorita. Markiewicz, Watertown, to 2, at 10:30 a.m. from the Alderson thur F. Kangas, were held 'Thursday, Friday, May 1, according to warran- Mark W. ,and Joyce Ayotte, •Wolcott, Funeral Home, Naugatuck, to April 30, at 10 a.m. in Trinity ty deeds filed in the town clerk's property on Pleasantview Avenue, $05,000. Bethel Baptist: Church for services Episcopal Church, Wetfaersfield, office: April 24—Mark A. Famiglietti, with the Rev... John Rogers ofat 11 a.m. Burial was in Calvary April"20—Highgate Associates,, Oakville, to Charles D. Brown and ficiating. Burial was in Village Cemetery. Watertown, to John R. Laone and, William M. O'Donnell, both of Mr. Quadrato died suddenly Cemetery, Wetherfield. Sharon, L. Miller, Watertown, Unit Mrs. Kangas died Monday, April B-15 of Highgate •Condominiums, Watertown, property at Cottage Thursday, April 30, at St. Mary's Hospital shortly after being admit- 27, at Hartford Hospital... A resident. $77,000; Raymond I Leach and Place, $104;00tt, April 27—Helen F. Gach, Waterted. He lived in Prospect: (he past of Wethersfield since 193.5,. she had Felicia Kepka-Leach, Watertown, to year, having moved from. Water- been a teacher in the Wethersfield Danny W., Sharon A.,'and Trudy , town, to David. J. and Betra F. bury, where he grew up. At the time school system, since 1943', retiring I Olmstead, Ralph H. Ciccio Jr., Thomas, property on Hinman, of his death, he was employed by in 1974..' . and Francois Dupont, all of .Road, $I2SjOOO; Albert James and Fitzgerald Transportation Co. He Besides her husband, she leaves .Bethlehem, property on Buck-- Lucille M, Dwyer, Waterbury, to formerly was employed more than a brother; a sister1:; several nieces, ingham 'Terrace, $160,000'; Lydia Brian, R. Ouellette and Mary Jane 30 years by Unimyal Footwear including Carol fclagee of Water- Hardson Tundryk, Watertown, to Whitney, Oakville, property on Warren S.'and Thelma N. Shaw, North Street, $U5jQ0Q,.. April 28—Gary A. and Patricia Harwinton, property on Main E. O'Brien, 'Watertown, to Michael Street, $110,000. ' April 21—Sirqua Land Co., L. and Sheryl A. Buckingham, Watertown, to David Gregory S,r. Watertown, property on Westgate and James R. Zappone Jr., both of Road, $174,000. April 29—Mark, and Judith Watertown, property at Eastwood Caputo, Waterbury," to Neil and' Hall and Warwick roads, .$75,000; William F. Tynan, Wolcott, to Linda Hamel, Watertown, properThe Village Center • Robert, E. .Benson, Winsted, Unit ty on Edith Street, $107,000; Judy 1-C of Westbury Park Condomin- E. and George E. Umstead I I , . 228 Main Street, Oakville Watertown, to Francis I, and Brian ium. April 23—Richard and JoAnna J. McCarthy, and, Carolyn Piche, all L. Szekeres, Waterbury, to John and of Oakville, property at Slade and Semina DeLaurentis, and Ellen, Cobb streets, $117,000; Stephen Sorriero ST., Watertown, to Stephen Sorriero Jr., Watertown, property on Straits Turnpike, $39,500!. April '30—Joseph A,., Albino, Mi.ddlebu.ry, to Paul E. and Aurora, Greaves, Waterbury, property at Division. He' leaves a stepson; fivebrother^, including Frank Quadrato of Oakville; three sisters; and. several nieces and nephews.

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Sylvan Lake Road and~Parkinaii Street, $I28,?00. '' " . May 1—Stephen 1 and Susan H .McCabe, Watertown, to 28 Lee Street Associa.ti.es, Watertown. property on Lee Street, $138,Q00Alfred I and Genevieve J. Post (no address given), to. Francis M. and Diane M. Curtis, Watertown, property on Platt .Road, $161,000; Sirqua 'Land Co., Watertown, to Sharon Frantangelo and Claudio I Perugini, Watertown, property on Neil] Drive, ,$70,000; Sirqua Land Co., Watertown, to Guy' M. and Ann M',. Moraine, Wolcott, property on Neill-Drive, $75,000; Maria Ortone Romano, Waterbury, to. Laurier I and Lee Ann' M. "pdletier, Oakville, property on, Naples Street, $7,000; David E. and Vreld Bates, Watertown, to Mark W. and Claudia A. Scott, Waterbury, property on Cornwall Drive, $J8GDQG,|j|

D. Abromaitis Elected Diane Abromaitis, Watertown was elected to her third three-year term April 30 as chairwoman of the Amalgamated Local 12,51, United Auto Workers union at Seymour/Smith & Sons, Inc., Oakvilfe. a subsidiary of Gilmour. Chosen as union vice-chairman was Sherman Hallock, Thomaston. and as steward. Art Wrenn. Watertown. The election committee selected to run, the proceedings, comprised David. Brasch, Watertown, Michael LaFreniere, Watertown. and Joseph Stack, Waterbury. The meeting took place at the Oakville Branch Library.

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Watertowm's hospice: Project Care, Inc. is planning to' hold an interfaith remembrance celebration service Sunday,- .May 17," at 2 p.m.. at. 'Trinity Lutheran Church, 50 DeForest St. .The service, involving hospice volunteers and clergy, is for friends and families of deceased. Project Care patients,., A remembrance booklet will be given to those attending, containing a special remembrance about, each patient, as well as the Biblical passages, poems, and songs included in the service. A coffee hour will follow. Names of deceased-patients being remembered are: Alexander "Scootie" Agnew III, Frank Allegrini, Bohdan Bereza, Mildred Brouillard, John, Cooney, William Coss, Robert Curtiss. Joseph Fischer, Frances Giordano, Hormidas Gladu. Patsy Lavine, and Lorretta Myahan. Also: James Martin, Helen Matulewicz, Margaret Nichols, Peter Orsatti, Richard Riley, John Rosengren, Joseph Roy. Dorothy St. Sauvere, Mary S hug rue. Madeline Stacy, Elsie Summers. Elaine Upson, and Gena.ro Zambiella. -

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Chamber Elects New Membership Richard Cignoli, manager of the Watertown office of the Bank of Boston-Connecticut, was elected president of the WatertownOakville Chamber of Commerce at its recent annual business meeting at the Westbury Room. Other, officers are Raymond Brennan, vice-president; Marion Owen, of Westbury Realty, vicepresident of economic development; "James Troup, of Keeler & Long, Inc., president: of governmental affaire; Michael Primini, of the Heminway &*Bartlett Manufacturing Co., Inc., treasurer; and Frank' D. Fulco, of the Greater Waterbuiy Chamber of Commerce, secretary,

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AM. Sullivan, Nelson Hell Tb Wed In August Jeremiah L. Sullivan II, of Guam, ao.nou.nces the engagement of his sister, .Miss Ann Marietta Sullivan, Burlington, Mass., to Nelson Raymond Holt, Norton, Mass., the son. of Mrs. Roger Holt, Norton, and the late Mr. Holt. An August wedding is planned. Miss Sullivan, 'the daughter of the late William E, and Marietta. K. Sullivan, is a graduate of the University of North. Carolina, Chapel. Hill, N.C., and the physician-assistant's program at Bowman Gray Medical School, Win.ston-Sa.lem, N..C. She is employed as a physician's assistant with Family Practice Associates, Lowell, Mass. Mr. Sullivan was director of studies and former head of the English Department at Taft School, while Mrs... Sullivan was a member of the Taft English Department, and supervisor of the Cruikshank dormitory. Mr. Holt: is a graduate of Massachusetts Bay Community College. He is employed by Digital Equipment Corp. as a field service representative,

Comprehensive Health Fair This. Weekend ""•Discover Wellness" is the theme of the second, annual Health Fair to be held at the Naugatuck Valley Mall in Waterbury tomorrow (Friday) fropi 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Saturday. May 9. from. 10 a.m. to 4

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I voted for the. Omnibus Trade •producers are destroyed and jobs Act of 1987, cosponsored two of its. • lost, and it hurts us. later when/the sections, and worked on.many of its resulting monopoly gives foreign _ parts—indeed, the bill has. .many owners control over the research 'provisions I proposed in ray 1985 dollars that: develop future products. In one section I co-sponsored, National Trade Strategy package— small businesses would get help because nowhere is a strong trade . Sixth District Connecticut policy more important than in' Con- competing in 'the global market... necticut, where one in seven Small Business: Administration Toll Free l-ilW-382-Mttl ': ~" workers i s employed in an'export- (SBA) resources would be increas(2K$ 225-4476 ed for export, promotion and expan223-8412, New Britain related job. sion; the SBA's Office of InternaIn the years, since I was first elected to the House in 1982,1 have tional Trade, would be expanded as well. Tirade •Reform, Passes House trade laws and to guarantee Amer- seen the heartbreaking impact of .Another section on which I workThis past week the House of lean business access to foreign 'this nation's lack of a coherent trade ed particularly hard this year would Representatives passed strong and markets and fair competition—and policy. Foreign competition, some of it lift raport. barriers by reviewing and sweeping legislation to reform our that's jobs in Connecticut. unfair, some targeted to undercut: removing some 'U.S.-rnade goods American products, and. producers, from the high-security list {essome that actually took root.here on pecially those already being traded purloined. U.S. patents and by our competitors, and, in some copyrights, have closed Connecticut cases, sold, here), and generally imfactories, displaced workers, and prove, speed up, and simplify the threatened the economies of entire export licensing procedure. We should not be making if towns and cities. tougher for our producers to sell OUT slraitjacket export controls " and inadequate services to promote their products. In fact, this year's exports, weak, enforcement of laws trade work began for me with ofagainst, unfair practices, and'a lack ficials of a major 6th District: comof safety nets for workers and. in- pany sitting in my office begging dustries hit: by foreign competition just to be allowed to export:. In a. move to help Connecticut's were omissions that glared, more . ominously as our trade deficit grew. ballbearing industry, I played a key • : This strong trade bill provides. role in a measure, to guarantee " significant relief. It strengthens, our speedy review of Section 232 petitrade laws and toughens, enforce- tions, which industries file when ment if our competitors attempt to they are damaged 'by imports. These nin_ roughshod in the American petitions are an important tool for market. It provides, job training, for industries, to get the Commerce workers dislocated by importsDepartment's attention and There is help for industries ' assistance, and they should not be damaged, by unfair foreign competi- allowed to gather dust while intion. And U.S. copyrights and dustries go under and jobs erode... patents will be better protected to 'The machine tool, industry, which assure us the economic benefit of • provides thousands of Connecticut our own ingenuity and investment jobs and is important, to national "Where Quality & Service Arfr.Free" in research and development. defense, won its temporary relief In addition, there is competitive • from imports through a 232 peti-, financing 'assistance for U.S. con- tion, but only after three years of tractors bidding on. overseas pro-' •fighting. • As a. final note, I voted against the ducts against foreign firms whose bids are government-subsidized. controversial "Gephardt AmendThis will level the international ment" because its strong provisions playing field to fully. adopt pro- were already included in the trade Moii.-Fri. 8-5:30 posals I 'orginally introduced in bill and its. 'broad, inflexible Sat. 10-4 1983 and have been 'working on retaliatory measures will cost jobs here in Connecticut. since... . Independently Owned I am confident, the Gephardt There are much tougher penalties Hardware Store amendment, will not pass the Senate against foreign companies that we HARDWARE STORES catch dumping iinderpriced goods or be included in the trade bill that to the President's desk because Dealer Plenty of free parking. just to ca.ptu.re market shares. Dum-~ goes ping hurts us now when American most of my colleagues—even the

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ones who. voted for it: in the" House —realize that retaliation will, backfire, on American jobs., ., We can. prevent our competitors from. • abusing American markets and consumers, and stealing jobs, without "'taking this chance.

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Closing For Nuptials The town clerk's office in the Town Hall, 37 Deforest St., will close at 4:30 p.m.. tomorrow (Friday) socDolores LaRosa", assistant clerk, cari'attend the wedding of her son Stephen, Town Clerk Mary Canty has announced.

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