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Naugatuck Daily News (Newspaper) - July 2, 1970, Naugatuck, Connecticut Naugatuck 85th Number 155 Dedicated To Community Public Service Nixon Speech ailu July 2, 1970 Conn. Established 1885 Warning Given To Hanoi By EUGENE V. RISHER SAN Calif. President Nixon named a new and prestigious Vietnam negotiator Wednesday and of- to withdraw all U.S. from Vietnam within a year if Hanoi agrees to do the President took a relatively tough stance in his nationally televised foreign policy He warned Hanoi it faced only prolonged bloodshed if it did not negotiate and said he would bomb its air defenses if it did not stop shooting at American reconnaissance Nixon warned the Middle East poses a greater danger to the world than does the war in Vietnam because the United States and the Soviet Union could be drawn into a confrontation there neither i tion Nixon Chooses Bruce For the job Henry Cabot Lodge quit last December in disgust over lack of Nixon chose David K. E. 72, a veteran diplomat and former undersecretary of the enemy is willing to negotiate with our new we will get them all out within a Nixon said of the troop Nixon's televised interview with Howard R. Smith of John Chancellor of NBC and Eric Sevareid of CBS was greeted in Washington with mixed Sen. George who demanded equal television time to explain the for ending the he is cosponsoring the President to compare the Cambodian fiasco to the great decisive battles of World War II such as Stalingrad indicates that he is living in Stennis Approves Interview Sen. John chairman of Senate Armed Services said Nixon the questions mighty was very a former ambassador to West France and Great will meet with the President at the Western White House July 4 and is expected to lake up his new position in Paris about Aug. 1. Nixon said regardless of the outcome of negotiations in the United States was turn to Page 10 Minicucci Undecided Groton Brothers Not Witness Tells Hartford Newspaper Conn. Four state policemen swore Neither one of two Groton at a inquest into the thers who were shot dead in a deaths of Gene R. 30, state police ambush were and Roger B. 32, that the Hartford Times Roger fired a pistol ed today in a copyright three Public Hearing Set On Sewer Projects John Minicucci announced today that he has not made a final decision regarding his primary intentions for the State Senator nomination in the 17th Senatorial Minicucci met again last evening and we were about ready to reach a final This decision was not reached because we had an unexpected visit from two spokesmen from one of the lower valley towns urging me to primary for the State also received two different telephone calls from other lower valley again urging me to conduct a positive primary The thought of a primary in the 17th Senatorial District makes a great deal of since it will make both Menna and myself better known throughout the Minicucci and his supporters feel that he would have been the unanimous choice of the delegates at Tuesday's con- vention had he made his in- tentions known have checked out the election laws relative to a primary for State Senator and we do feel that since we have until July Hth to file petitions with the registrars of voters in the respective we must thoroughly analyze our A MOTORCYCLE RESTS in the center of the road on Spring St. early last evening after colliding with a utility The driver of the William E. 23, of 92 Carroll was taken to Cyclist Critical After Crash William E. 23, of 92 Carroll was taken to Waterbury Hospital where he was admitted following a motorcycle accident on North Spring St. early last He was listed in critical con- dition with a possible fractured skull and compound fracture of the right A hospital spokesman today said that he remains on the critical list and that his condition remains un- According to was apparently traveling south on North Spring St. and lost control of the motorcycle while rounding a sharp curve near the Hop Brook Golf Tire marks indicated that he traveled on several feet before hitting a utility propelling vehicle and driver into the center of the street where he landed several feet away from the The motorcycle had to be towed from the scene and was found to have hit the pole with such im- pact as to leave splinters from the pole wedged between the body Patrolman James Murphy Jr. is the investigating Curtis W. 36, Dies In Military Funeral Set Curtis W. 36, 18 Park died yesterday at St. Mary's Hospital after a brief He was born in Sept. 5, 1933, son of Fonso and Mabel He was a foreman at the Pratt and Whitney North Haven He was a veteran of the Korean having served in the U.S. Air He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Pratt and Whitney Aircraft Club of North Besides his parents of he is survived by two Mrs. Walter Hollister and Mrs. Edward both of and several nieces and A full military service will be held tomorrow at 11 a.m. at the Buckmiller Funeral 82 Fairview with the Rev. Richard Babcock of the Assembly of God Church of- Burial will be in Grove Friends may call at the funeral home today from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Veterans Council members are requested to meet tonight at at the funeral The Crusader Veterans of Foreign will meet at the funeral home tonight at A public hearing to the public aware of why the borough is building sewers through the will be held concerning Projects 14 and 20, the Sewer Authority decided last Project 14 encompasses the line run through Mill Timothy Road and West View Project 20 will include City Hill Morris St. and Lincoln St. The announcement was made at the Sewer Authority meeting by William Waterbury Hospital by local police where he was admitted and listed and a tentative date for the in critical by Girl Hit By Car Still Critical The condition of 16-months-old Vanessa Hickey of 124 Church who was the victim of a run accident on Meadow Street remains a hospital spokesman said Vanessa was hit by a car and left lying on the un- She was taken to the Waterbury Hospital where she was admitted and her name was placed on the critical Local police are continuing their John Wendes Chemical Executive John C. H. formerly production manager of the chemical division of died June 27 in He was 81 years Wendes joined the chemical division of then known as United States Rubber Com- in 1928 as a development Later as chief engineer he was responsible for design and equipment for reclaim latex products and testing of rubber chemicals and synthetic During World War he was active in the Government Syn- thetic Rubber Program and directed the design of two syn- thetic rubber plants which Uniroyal then He Observance 01 Holiday Scheduled In Borough In observance of the July 4th many local offices and businesses will be closed thus enabling workers to enjoy an extended holiday The Town Hall will be closed and Mayor Paul while wishing a safe and happy weekend for also issued a reminder that the use of fireworks is The Howard Whittemore Memorial Library will be closed tomorrow and library personnel have also announced that the library will be closed Saturdays during the months of July and reopening Sept. 5. Street Supt. Walter Dumonski announced there will be no trash collections Friday's collection will be picked up has announced that a regular schedule will be observed at Naugatuck and Union City Foot Offices A holiday schedule will be observed at both offices on Saturday with pickups at 9 a.m. and only special deliveries and perishables being A normal Sunday schedule will be In a check with local banks it Please turn to Page 10 August 7, was Clisham added that the residents in the immediate areas of the two projects will be notified of the hearing through the The possibility of purchasing a conduit exploration and inspection camera at an estimated cost from the Seminole Pollution Equipment Corp. of close to was also The camera would be used to examine borough sewers and to inspect new sewers before final payments were contract noted that with this device old sewers could be in- spected and old pipes that do not meet state regulations could be It would also aid in Robert Named For Bristol Award Robert D. 44 bine a 1970 Naugatuck High School was one of four area students awarded William T. Morris Foundation the Hunter's ships for Mountain Road dump will be George chairman of the local Morris Scholarship made the official presentation to Wooster at a special luncheon meeting at Fortin's who is plant manager of the Acco Bristol emphasized scholarships are awarded to outstanding area high school students who will enter college in closed Postmaster Edward Hanley Penn Central Must Pay Own Judge the fall to study The winners are chosen on the basis of their scientific aptitude as exhibited by their previous scholastic their personality and and their promise of future These awards are in honor of William T. former president of American Chain Cable the parent firm of the Bristol This year's three other Morris Scholarship recipients are William M. Block and James R. Kennedy and Gary I Wilby H.S. locating the storm and sanitary drain This would be much easier and would un- doubtedly be a savings as op- posed to digging for The recommendation must be brought before the Board of Mayor and Burgesses for con- sideration and Rotatori Files Names For Primary Atty. Peter Jr. plans to file his primary petitions for Judge of Probate for the District of which includes Naugatuck and Beacon with Cyril Democratic Registrar of at 1 p.m. today in the local Town who failed to get his name before the Democratic Convention which was held in Beacon Falls earlier this is challenging the state primary law on the basis that the requirement for seeking a district office in a district composed of more than one town is not the same as that for a district consisting of only one He maintains that Section 9-400 of the election laws denies him as a candidate the equal protection of the laws and is Rotatori told the NEWS today that he has personally talked to more than 125 people and has received an overwhelming response from voters in favor of a direct primary he should have a choice in deciding who the people to run for office should He expects to have proximately 600 signatures to submit to Tuohy today and ex- that on this basis Tuohy will accept the primary when he submits the petition to the Please turn to Page The newspaper said in a story prepared for its first edition that it had interviewed a man who was a witness to the lings May 13, 1969. The existence of this which has never been in official reports of the controversial was first disclosed in a series of United Press International stories about the The Hartford Times said the who is now a resident of Maine and who has made a statement in the case to police took part in police plans for a Salafia Plan The according to the was initiated by Philip M. Salafia one of four pers who were at the Kelly High School in Norwich waiting for the entry of in the building at The troopers resignations were announced May 18 by state lice Commissioner Leo J. thre days after it was disclosed an inquiry was under way into the the day of May 12 of last the informer said he contacted Salafia and said the Perkins were going to break in- to three schools that in- the Kelly school in according to the says that when the three Perkins brothers and got into the Kelly school and near the that the in- former should run down a cor- ridor to the right and that a trooper would fire a gun over his He also told the in- former not to go outside the the says Salafia told him know they're Perkins going to try to run and get The Times story At that the mer says that Gene Perkins led him at his house in the wich area and meet you in a half said that he then called Trooper Salafia and the latter told him there was a change of plans for his role inside the He said that Salafia told him that instead of running running down the corridor to simply run up against the est wall and then duck into a room to indicate that he had Please turn to Page 10 retiring in 1954. After his he made two trips to Europe in his 40-foot ketch Viking V. Returning from his second trip to he went to the Virgin Please turn to Page 10 2nd Crash Within Two Years Fatal BRANFORD State Police are continuing their investigation into the death of Guy Gene 19, of 94 Mill Plain who was killed late Monday morning when his car struck an abutment on the Woodward Ave. overpass of the Connecticut Giordano was critically injured in 1969, in a truck cident on Route 8 in Beacon Falls that took the life of his 20-year-old Anthony Jr. The youths were driving a tractor-trailer filled with hay to Branford when the vehicle smashed into a trapped in the Guy was thrown from the cab into the Naugatuck He underwent emergency surgery at St. Mary's for a Please mm to 10 PHILADELPHIA A federal judge says the Penn Central will have to pay as it goes from now on when ing with other but can wait until later to worry more about paying off an mated million in past the Penn Central Transportation which filed for reorganization June 21 un- der federal bankruptcy laws be- cause it was pushed ahead with plans to save money including a layoff of em- ployes at a savings of The nation's largest according to congressional also is seeking to 34 trains at a savings of million and hopes to save another million in salvage and right-of-way Penn Central President Paul Gorman revealed these plans Tuesday to the House Commerce U.S. District Court Judge John P. in his ruling are all agreed to the proposition that matters should be conducted so that all railroads will be turn to Page 10 CURTIS W. of 18 Park died in July 1, 1970. Funeral 11 a.m. from Buckmiller Funeral 82 Fairview Ave. Burial in Grove Friends may call at the funeral home today from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Considerable warm and humid with few likely today and Chance of a few late afternoon or evening Highest today in the upper 70s to lower 80s and lowest tonight in the mid to upper 60s. Variable cloudiness and continued warm and humid with scattered showers and thundershowers likely on highest in the 80s. Outlook for showers Probability of precipitation 60 per cent tonight and Southerly winds 10 to 15 today and tonight shifting to southwest 10 to 15 Bristol Temperature Midnight 71; 3 a.m. 70; 6 a.m. 68; 9 a.m. 68; noon 68. Barometric Pressure Midnight 28; 3 a.m. 28.75; 6 a.m. 29; 9a.m. 29.50; noon 29.50. SCHOLARSHIP OK was awarded Robert D. Naugatuck High School by George J. plant manager of the Bristol Co. division of the American Chain and Cable Co. by can almost a
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