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Herkimer Evening Telegram (Newspaper) - December 13, 1982, Herkimer, New York Concert is wednesday Al Ilion Ilion a the Ilion High school music department will present its annual Christmas concert in the Burton t. Seymour auditorium at the High school at 8 . Dec. 15. This years program will include both Junior and senior choirs As Well As the Cadet and concert orchestras directing the groups will be mrs. Ann Simonelli choral director and mrs. Judith h Mcmillan orchestra director. Selections to be heard include such favourites As a Silver Sleigh Bells a a Carol of the drum a a Rise up Shepherd a a a Coventry Carol a a Good King Wen Ceslaus a a frosty the Snow Man a a Santa Claus is coming to town a a have yourself a merry Little Christmas a a a White Christmas a and Many others. Vocal soloists to be heard Are Kristan Tucker David Mcevoy and Joanne Detore. Climaxing the program will be a Medley of familiar carols performed by the concert orchestra and mixed chorus. To close the program the four choirs and two orchestras will Combine in a presentation of greensleeves fantasy and Angels we have heard on High. The Public is cordially invited to attend this program which is offered without charge democrats meet tonight Frankfort Village residents interested in being democratic candidates for Village office in the March election Are asked to meet with the Village democratic party tonight at 7 at the Village Hall according to chairman Diane Matthews the March election will feature a mayoral race and contests tor two of the four trustee seats incumbent mayor John Pumilio announced dec. 3 that he will not be seeking re election he cited personal reasons for his decision. Mohawk Valley admissions Adrian Perry 34 Michigan St., Mohawk Doris Bawolak re i Mohawk discharges Margaret papa 607 London towers Gloria Welch Eastern gardens Herkimer Beverly Doolen 14 Pelton place William guile 254 second St Mark Johnson 79 West Clark St Rev. Andrew Cekovsky 202 second St., Frankfort Herkimer memorial admissions baby Jason Marlowe 200 East Clark St., Ilion discharges mrs Raymond Mclain and baby boy 261 Albany St., Little Falls. Mrs Paul Rauscher and baby boy 428 second ave., ext., Frankfort miss Patricia crave p o Box 473, West Winfield mrs Diana Nilsson 228 King St Raymond Schmidt 129 East main St., Frankfort mrs Gladys Loper 108 North main St Little Falls admissions Bryan Skibinski 56 Danube St Leland George Swartz 23 Monroe St., St Johnsville. Discharges Garnett hawn 16 North main St., Middleville Ameilia suits re i it. Plain. Bertha hazzard re i Box 131, it Plain births or and mrs Allen Kaz Merski 118 Diamond St., a girl dec to mon., dec 13. 19$ evening telegram�?3 i local scene i elementary students Given a tour of h3c Holiday drive the Marcella Foley Middle school students conducted a canned goods drive during the week of dec. 6 through dec. To for the salvation army. A total of 1,009 cans were collected with mrs. Keedle a sixth Grade homeroom contributing the most by gathering 121 cans from left with the canned goods Are Margaret Hedrick. Riesel. Him Miller. Harold Parmon and Hon Valley obituaries mrs. Brygidowicz Mina Scarano Nicola Grassi Middleville Mildred Brygidowicz. 61. Of Herkimer St., died sunday. She was born sept 25, 1921 in the town of Norway the daughter of the late Joseph and Arlie Smith Huckabone she was married to Walter Brygidowicz who died in 1972 she was last employed As a companion homemaker for the Herkimer county office for the aged mrs Brygidowicz was of the methodist Faith she is survived by one daughter mrs Clifford Mildred Williams of Ilion three sons. Walter r and Keith j., both of Middleville and Richard k of California. Six grandchildren two Sisters. Mrs Edward Bessie Nichols of Herkimer and Margaret Huckabone of Middleville two Brothers Glenn Huckabone of Middleville and Arthur Huckabone of Sharon Springs also several nieces and nephews funeral services will be held at to wednesday from the Autenrith funeral Home Newport with the Rev. Leonard Humbert pastor of the free methodist Church of Herkimer officiating Spring interment will be in the Middle a Iii cemetery calling hours Are 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 tuesday memorial donations May be made to the Middleville fire department Donald Hardy Jordanville Donald m. Hardy 80, died sunday at the Mohawk Valley general Hospital. Ilion a Complete obituary will appear in tuesday evenings Telegram funeral arrangements Are by the Murphy funeral Home. Mohawk place an and today Call 866-2222 Stock Market noon prices quotations corrected by private wire to it. Griffith. Inc., investment securities a Bankers Trust building 1x5 Genesee St. Utica . Tel. 97-0130. Arc Arco 427/e Al Alcon 24v a american can 3034 Amo american motors 67e t american t 8. T 60h of f Sante be 24 by Bankers Trust 413 lbs Bethlehem 17 a acc Boise Cascade 357e in Borden co. 57 a bin Burlington no. 573/e Cox Cox 505 s egg Chicago pneumatic 13�?T 2 c Chrysler 14ve is cities service 49vj cd Columbia Gas 293,4 de consolidated Edison 193/8 or Crane corp 26 cot Colt inc 27b cd Curtis Wright 473/4 do Dupont 37 Elk Eastman Kodak 903/4 xon Exxon 29 e f Ford 333/4 be general electric 94 of general foods 413/4 pm general motors 583b g greyhound 18 n inter Nickel 9 itt int. Tel amp Tel 293,4 pm k Mart 23 8 my Mcdonald Douglas 41 my Marine Midland 20b ads ads 15 /4 mob Mobil 2634 no Nabisco brands 377b Wmk Niagara Mohawk 1534 nor no Star 313/4 oct Oneida limited 1734 Pep Pepsi 40a Ria radio corp. 235b is Republic steel 14 8 incl s e. Nichols 4 s Sears Roebuck 29 e so Southern Pacific 35vb by Sperry Rand 31 2 in Standard Oil ind 427b Star Stocker Yale la 2 12v4 set St. Regis 25 4 sob Squibb 467 b tit Tenn eco 307b to Texaco 31 text text Ron 253 8 up Union Pacific 45 1 r uniroyal 107e u us air 29 e us steel 19 e we Western Union 44 /4 we Westinghouse 37vb z Woolworth 24 Little Falls mrs Otina Scarano 83, of 7 West Jefferson St., died saturday at the North West Hospital. Seattle Washington she was born june 8. 1899 in Monteleone Puglia Italy the daughter of Federico and Maria Giovanna Lamanna Palma and was educated in schools there she came to Little Falls in 1921 she was married to Rocco a. Scarano on april 24. 1921 in St. Mary a Church he died March 3, 1973 mrs. Scarano was associated with her husband in the operation of the Scarano Brothers bakery and grocery store she w As a member of St Josephus Church and its Rosary society she was a member of the Decarlo staffo Post no 8 auxiliary. She is survived by two sons. Frank r Scarano and Fred g. Scarano both of Little Falls two daughters mrs Carl Angelina monary of Seattle. Washington with whom she was visiting and mrs Michael Janet Falzarano of Syracuse one brother Rocco Palma of Canada three Sisters. Theresa Abbat Russo Assunta Sileo and Carmetta Ruggiano. All of Italy 15 grandchildren 17 great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews funeral services will be held at 9 tuesday from the Konchar enea and Shepardson funeral Home and at 9 30 from St Joseph s Church where a mass of Christian burial will be celebrated by the Rev. John r Lanese pastor interment will be in St Mary a cemetery town of Herkimer. Calling hours Are 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 today. Frank Juliano Frankfort Frank c Juliano. 67. Of re 2, Box 33, Frankfort died today in Paxton Hospital Utica funeral arrangements by the . Iocovozzi funeral Home inc Are incomplete deaths i Gilbert. Clifford. 87. Of 60 1 London towers Ilion died december to. 1982. At Mohawk Valley general Hospital. Interment will be in Forest Park cemetery. Camden arrangements were made by the whiter Hendrix funeral Home. Ilion . Brown Harry f Ranklin. 82. Of Utica . Died december to 1982 at St Elizabeth Hospital Utica funeral services were held at 10 30 this morning from the Surridge amp Jacobson memorial Home inc., 2212 Genesee St., Utica with the revs. Ronald la Radden and p. Arthur Brindisi pastor emeritus. Interment was in Crown Hill memorial Park Kirkland memorial contributions May be made to the Miyara Temple memorial fund or the boy scouts of America leather leather leather leather Coats vests pants Waist jackets for Guys amp gals Little Falls Nicola m. Grassi. 94. Of 84 Hancock St., died sunday at his Home he was born dec 6. 188h in Ascoli Satriano. Italy the son of Toby and Victoria Grassi and was educated in Italy. He came to the United states and settled in Newark. N at the age of 17 he had been a resident of Little Falls since 1937 he was first married to Maria Louise Carlucci. She died april 20. 1938 he later married Frances Debenedictis on feb 21, 1943 in St Joseph s Church or Grassi was an army Veteran of world War i he had been employed in the shoe Industry for Many years having been last employed at Melrose Slipper As a shoe repairer retiring in 1953 he w As a member of St Josephs Church. The Decarlo staffo Post no h and the Columbus fraternal organization besides his wife. Francis. He is survived by one son Toby of Canisteo three daughters mrs John Victoria Skibinski of Schenectady mrs Joseph Frances Quatrino and Antoinette Frederick both of Little Falls 12 grand children. 16 great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews funeral services will lie held at 9 wednesday from the Konchar enea and Shepardson funeral Home and at 9 30 from St. Josephus Church where a mass of Christian burial w ill be celebrated by the Rev John r Lanese pastor interment will be in St Mary s cemetery town of Herkimer calling hours Are 7 to 9 this evening and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 tuesday. Salewski All the students received a gift certificate from Mcdonalds for their efforts mailing tips a offered postmaster Robert Piper has offered a few suggestions on preparing Holiday packages for mailing he said avoid using masking tape or cellophane tape to Seal packages they Are not made for package wrapping use instead a Nylon filament tape to band packages and a pressure sensitive tape for the closures avoid using twine or Cord when wrapping boxes the Carton stands a great risk of being caught in a sorting machine. Use wrapping paper equivalent to the strength of the average grocery bag when wrapping is necessary otherwise done to use paper around the Box if the Container is Strong enough by itself. When writing the name address and zip code use a smudge proof Ink and make the letters Large enough to be read from a distance of 30 inches a Handy trick is to cover the address information with strips of Clear transparent tape use strapping tape to encircle the package at least twice Girth Isey and length Wise never use Staples they can cause injury to handling personnel Cushion objects to prevent breakage and lateral shit Ting. This can be done by separating the items with plastic shedding or Excelsior mail As Early As possible a if you follow these guidelines and take a few extra Steps in making sure your Christmas packages Are mailable the Effort will help your parcel to arrive at its destination Safe and sound a Piper said by Donn a Thompson about 30 students from Mohawk Herkimer and Ilion elementary schools put in a full Day recently at Herkimer county Community College but giving the y youngsters a Chance to see the College was Only half the reason for the visit according to Grace Osborne of Ilion one of the organizers of the newly formed Mhz colloquial i Hope that they liked what they saw and Are influenced by it a a mrs Osborne said a and i hop1 that the College is influenced by them i Hope the College will see that there s a whole Rich body of people out she noted that some classes have been offered at the College in the past for elementary students and she Hopes More such courses will fat a offered the Mhz colloquial is a joint venture Between Mohawk Herkimer and Ilion elementary schools to provide additional programs for their gifted and talented students in grades m at minimal Cost. Ten students from each of the three participating schools have been selected to take part in the Pilot program programs so far have included a talk on health related careers by or Patrick Benison Andi a trip to the Herkimer Home near Little Falls mrs Osborne noted that thursday s trip to the College involved College students faculty members and administrators in the program College president Robert Mclaughlin talked to the youngsters about his work. His involvement in Community relations and his personal life students from a acc s travel and tourism curriculum conducted the children on a tour of the facility and a number of faculty members discussed their work and their interests w Ith the students a at this age when the students think about teaching they tend to think about elementary said mrs Osborne Dolgeville buildings will be demolished Dolgeville two Long vacant buildings that Herkimer county recently acquired in lieu of unpaid taxes will be razed Early next year. Mayor Sidney Darling said the buildings on main Street will be levelled sometime Between Jan. I and to 1983 legislator Charles Dolge. R-10, said once demolition starts both buildings should be demolished within three weeks weather permitting the Cost to the county will probably be about $1,500 in insurance for employees who a Clamaca Ca Ca Ca Ca Ca Tea Ca Fucai i project helping Nandi enclosed please find my contribution to project helping Hond b i a i i Nome. Address. Amount. You May a May not a publish my name and amount q make checks payable to project helping Nandi i 111 Green St. Herkimer . Issi a project helping hand ii coordinated by Tbs evening Telegram to per Chaae food and gift during the a Calm for familial and children who Are Ieese Fei All contributions Are tax deductible. Quot hopefully this will help them see that it does no to have to be just one Way there Are other possibilities and this is True in just about any area the student might be interested she added that the children Are also being exposed to career possibilities they May not have been aware old the children Are familiar with computers in the classroom said mrs. Osborne a Well now they be seen How they Are used in the Laboratory they be seen them used in the travel and tourism program and they be seen How they can be used in the the youngsters visited the computer Laboratory and Learned from faculty members Michael Oriole and Daniel Fitzgerald the differences Between the mini and Micro and mainframe computers and they visited the Library and Learned that this Media Center involves More than books or John Reese social science professor showed the children through the archaeology museum and explained How various artefacts could lie used to show How people lived what the ate and How Long they lived he also supervised a Briel visit to the natural history museum the students were split into smaller groups in both the morning and the of fermion for a time in order to visit different faculty members such As English instructor Faye rename. English professor Robert in ring who discussed philosophy. Studio Art professor Guy Corriero and Katie Schwabach of the student services office. Mrs. Osborne said that the teachers in charge a or Cheryl Gowie of Herkimer Joan Matteson of Mohawk and herself appointed the students to the various groups with an Eye to both student interests and to mixing the students from the three schools. A left to themselves they re pretty Clannish Quot she said a and one of our main purposes is for them to get to know one another for the most part the Only Contact Between the three villages has to do with athletic she added that another reason for the schools to work together on a program like this is that it is easier on Community members who have been asked to take part mrs Osborne pointed to the tour of the College As a prime example. A something like this they would have to replicate so Many times if each school made its arrangements she said she noted that plans Call for about 14 programs for the Mhz colloquial during the ten months school is in session during the next two or three months there will be a program about once every three weeks the students will visit Remington arms Munson Williams Proctor Institute and the learning technology fair in Albans state assemblyman Anthony a Asale is scheduled to talk with the students during their visit in Albany its been mrs Osborne admitted Quot we wish we had More time to work with them on she said that Reading writing and speaking Are being emphasized As necessary communicative skills a a they be been learning about note taking Quot she said a a they be interviewed each other and done w rite ups and they introduce their own speakers and write thank you the Mhz program was initiated by the three advisors w to had met a nuni it i of times to discuss programs tor gifted talented children they found they had similar concerns and decided to work on a cooperative program body of area woman found in we Creek Elyas Cyrus Bonjou him practice limited Only to i obstetrics and gynaecology 1 office hours by appointment Ciu egg la 15 274 North main St. Herkimer Masai a pm Rahaii Imma. Fruit Ilia the body of a Middleville woman was recovered from the West Canada Creek yesterday afternoon by fast Herkimer state police and Volunteer firefighters. Mildred Brygidowicz. 61 of of Herkimer Street had teen missing since dec 9. According to investigator Karl Epps police said an autopsy is scheduled for today and an official cause of death has not been released Epps said she was an apparent suicide victim members of the state police and the Newport fire department had been looking along the Creek for mrs. Brygidowicz since saturday it Lier car was found saturday morning near the Creek on fishing Rock Road. Middleville. Apps said the woman was found about five Miles downstream from the car the investigator said members of the fire department located her body in the Middle of the Creek near a Rock. Epps said police said they did not know How Long the woman was in the water. She was pronounced dead at the scene by Herkimer county Coroner Melvin Applegate Trp f e. Euron waded into the Creek to retrieve the a it do. Legal notice notice to bidders the Village of Ilion is accepting bids on the following item project incinerator and Ash conveyor system located on East Street in the Village of Ilion new York 13357 owner Village of Ilion 49 Morgan Street Ilion new York 13357 bid opening Date and time december 28, 1982 at i of bid opening location Village of Ilion municipal building 49 Morgan Street Ilion new York 13357. The proposal and contract document will be available at Daverman and associates p c500 South Salina Street Syracuse new York 13202, c o Wally Arnold bidders must submit bids in a sealed envelope marked incinerator Ash conveyor system bid the Village Board reserves the right to accept or reject any and All bids Charles p Haggerty Village administrator t dec. 13, 1982 will be working at the Sites Dolge said. The mayor said the Village is now in the process of obtaining two other buildings along main Street to to get torn Down Dolgeville has recently received a Small cities act sea Community Block Grant request of $704.00 1 earmarks $36,000 for razing the latter two structures Darling said both buildings will be torn Down even if the Grant does not receive Federal approval presents the new Swingle singers in a special Holiday concert the entire family will enjoy Friday a december 17,1982 a 8 15 . Stanley performing arte Center the thrill of a live performance lasts a lifetime. Tickets $15, $12, $9 and $6 great artists series subscribers $10, $7, $4 and $1 a forever leather r shop i Unna 11 Oil Gnu in in a Don miss our on our last shipment of leather goods before Christmas i everything discounted for the Rush it d of 0-1 Al Iai ill i l too nit in i. F shop before noon and Well Knock 20% off any item in Stock open monday thru saturday 10-9 o up sheepskin toss Mains l0is of purses s hats 4 mittens 4 wallets s r

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