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   Naugatuck Daily News (Newspaper) - April 4, 1972, Naugatuck, Connecticut                                Woodtec Area Residents Ask Details On Plans For New Development Commission to ascertain what Ally.. Bernard restrictive covenants contained in their deeds will be car cd sewage to the lots with Ihe slorm drains clearing up the present wet condition on the lower portion CERTIFICATES FOR COMPLETION of a workshop on "public budgeting" were awarded recently to Mayor C.J. Waskowicz (above left I and Borough Controller Edward Jaworski. The two borough officials yesterday congratulated each other on their achievement The Connecticut Park and Uecrealion Professionals In-Service Training Program was conducted by the University of Connecticut at Storrs. I.VKH'Snholo by Peter Sumnf) North Vietnam Troops Breach South Defense Finishing Touches Expected Today On No-Fault Insurance Hj AltTHL'lt HIGHKK SAIGON (UP1I North Viet- namese troops using amphibious tanks breached the main South Vietnamese defense line cighl miles below the Demilitarized Zone DMZ today and crossed the Cua Via River despite heavy U.S. air strikes and naval gunfire. Capture of Kire Base Anne liroughl an immediate threat to the city of Hue and lo norlh- south Highway 1, the main government supply line to Quang Tri 30 miles lo the north. The five-day-old North Viet- namese invasion had been By (JKOIUiK OL'IMl-SK.AS changes since even a modified HARTFORD. Conn. (UPIi bill was heller Ihan no bill at The finishing touches are ex- all. peeled to be applied today to a Agreement Itcaclied no-fault auto insurance plan Among supporters were Ihc- whose provisions would IK- test- state's insurance men. who ed in court following legislative would stand to profit from a no- enactment, fault plan. Cost of small court Members of the Judiciary and suits would be wiped out and Insurance Committees were ex- millions of dollars worth of new peeled to give final approval to policies would be written since a compromise bill drafted by a auto insurance coverage would special panel and submitted for comment Monday to trial law- yers, insurance men. and the public. The upshot of testimony at the hearing all day Monday was that trial lawyers said the plan would ultimately be ruled un- ders of the naval base al the mouth of the river abandoned their fleet of junks to the Communist hordes and fled IK- for every state mo- of the point a, wluch SS. an insured person may sue for Annamite foothills and captured "pain and suffering" losses Fire Base Anne. IB miles wesl arising oul of an auto crash; of the old imperial capital of the advancement of Iho effect- The South Vietnamese defen- halted at the Dong Ha lorisl The chairmen of Ihe two com- mittees decided to call their members together today after Ihey had agreed late Monday afternoon on the changes made in (lie bill. The changes were worked out by key lawmakers, the commit- tee chairmen, and insurance in- duslrv lenders. They include a ive- dak- of the bill: and the addition of wording to insure the court test for constitution- ality The key change lowered Ihe "threshold" for lawsuits for Please (urn to Page III I3lh and nth bases lost in Ihe five-day old invasion. Kiver but front dispatches said the troops, after receiving new supplies, pushed across Ihe Cua Viet River five miles east of Ihe lown of Dong Ha and five miles inland from (he coast. The Cua Viet is part of the Uong Ha Kiver. The river crossing and lhi> capture of Fire Base Anne meant dial the main govern- incut bastion of Quang Tri was now being menaced from all from the north and east where the Communists crossed Ihe river, from the west where (Juang Tri gets its supplies, arid from Ihe south. (hiang Tri and Hue appeared to be major objectives of the Communist invasion Hue was planned for the seclion. Arlhur Brown, chairman of the commission, told Hagstrom lhat prior to any action a review of Ihe existing bonds must be made wilh Ihc amounts for new bonding set. Iteview Asked The commission, following a brief public hearing where no opposition was expressed, voted to approve the resubdivision of Waller Dumonski's Ramsey Acres development to permit the instilution of a cul-de-sac where a through road had been indicated in the original plans, Francis Dobrowolski. New Britain, asked the commission to review plans for an old sub- division on file Inwood Manor which lies north of Morning Mist Kd. next to Indian Hills North off Maple Hill Rd. He said he has an option to purchase (he property which is owned by the First Connecticut Small Business Investment. The development contains 44.8 acres of land and is now zoned K- 15 and the old plans are laid out for H-8. The present map con- tains lots but if changed to constitutional. The attorneys are considered opponents since they would lose At a recenl meeting of the Goggin-Fitzgerald slate, Paul ____ ._ Ryan lold the gathering of events that part of (heir livelihood surrounding his application for gained by court cases involving Party indorsement to the 2nd auto accident claims which would be- eliminated through a Primary Candidate States Case At Ward Meeting Union City Breaks Being Investigated forces captured large areas of UrgCSt in L U.S. jet fighler-bombcrs swarming into the skies from ground bases and three aircraft earners he Gu f of Tonkin earned ou hundreds of attacks on North Mclnamcsc troops in mi-fault plan Supporters said, on the other hand. Ihey could live with the Welfare Workers Unanimous years. I believe one of the main reasons for this is because the Democrats of Naugatuck are controlled by a small group, interested mainly in the selfish interests of that clique. "Recently the Democrats Please turn lo Page HI HARTFORD. Conn. (Ul'il Connecticut's welfare workers negotiations wilh Ihe slate over grievances. The vole came late Monday after negotiators for (he Con faith ami genuine concern over Ihc grievances. The negolialors issued a re- commtndalion for Ihe vote after meeting wilh slate Personnel Commissioner Edward Simpson concluded, lo discuss Ihe grievances. Another meeting will be held Thursday, a union spokesman said raps by Gov Thomas J. Meskill to represent him in the discussions Pleasr turn lo Page 10 Ward Town Committee. Ryan slated: "I saw Mr. William Rado and lold him I wanled to serve on Ihe Town Committee. Mr. Rado asked me if I could agree to vote with the majority in every single instance as a condition of being assured a spot on the committee, f lold Mr. Rado I could not make such an The deadline for reservations Mount Vernon and Arlington agreement in good conscience. I for the Adult Education spon- Cemetery, where stops will be feel that no one should make such sored Washington Pilgrimage is made at Ihe Tomb of Ihe a deal. also feel strongly that it lornorrow, residents were is wrong to ask anyone to make reminded today Breaks or attempted breaks look place at four businesses located on North Main Si., Union City, early today, police learned Ihis morning. Mrs. Harriet Kraus, owner of for the supposed purpose of Reynold's Reslaurant, tele- spreading the say among a Phoned police at a.m.. Desk greater number of people. This Officer Lt. Donald Dooling expanded the Town Committee business, but that entry had not been gained. Pry marks re- portedly were visible on the door. Pry marks were also found on a door al the Pik-Eze Store by Officer Murphy al a.m. bul (he officer noled that store also was not entered. Arthur Dessureau, station puviyic. ims uuuuiu uuonng Arlhur Dessureau station was not what happened, however, reported. According to (he in- manager at Gas Town' (Dossur- vestieatine nffipprs -_.. Deadline Tomorrow For Washington Trip by Franklin E. such a deal." Johnson, Director of the local Oman. Ryan added "f cannot rind will Adult Education program. have voted unanimously lo defer not accept the decisions rf one or This affair annually allracl.s a job action Ihrealened for to- lwo men. I do not believe the hundreds of Connecticut day and awail Ihe oulcomt of majority of the 2nd Ward residents and is one of the high- Democrats would eilher. This is lighls of (he Adult Education why we are bringing the issue to program. them. We feel lhat this is the Iruc The trip is open to anyone. Democratic way; to allow (he Although sponsored by the Adult necticul Slate Employes Union voters to voice their opinion on Education Departmenl. one does said the slate is showing good the issue. 1 ask for their support not have lo be a student in the for myself, and the entire slalc on program April 11. I am sure that only by The pilgrimage is a packaged each man having an equal voice plan which includes round trip can weaccomplish unity within train (arc. lo and from Ihe Democratic Kyan Natigaluck two nights in a good Washington hotel: all meals and In a communication to The sightseeing trips, all for a very Naugatuck NEWS, Mrs Helga reasonable amount. Baker. 166 Beacon Manor Rd. Tours will be conducted lo the this morning spoke about Capilol Building. White House, Simpson has been designated Tuesday's primary. She said: "I have worked many hours in many compaigns for the Democratic Party in Naugatuck I did this because I believe in (he principle of the Democratic Party which is equal voice for all. "Despite the fad that the Democratic Party in Naugatuck holds a vast majority over the Unknowns and the Kennedy gravesiles, as well as many olhcr places of interest. Mr. Johnson will be at Ihc Please turn (o Page ID vestigating officers, Patrolmen .lames Murphy. .Jr. and George Brown, a patron of the restaurant who sleeps in a back room, lold Mrs. Kraus he had been awakened by noises from Ihe restaurant and discovered an intruder trying to pry open a juke box. The burglar fled with about {1.50 which he had already taken from a coin box on a slot machine, leaving the place "in a At a.m. Jim Hykowski of Jerry's Restaurant told Lt. Dooling that someone had at- lempled to break into thai eau is also a police officer) reported al that a break had occurred there. He noted tools missing from a desk drawer and a portable television was stolen. A soda machine outside (he building was pried open and some change was missing. Dessureau said he had checked Ihe place himself at about 5 a.m. after (he break at Reynold's was reported. Officer Murphy said he had checked the building at and all was secure then. Entry was gained through a window. Police are investigating the breaks. "We have slopped them al Hit river." LI. Hoang Xuan Lam, commander of Ihe five-province northern sector, (old newsmen. Hours later. Communist troops using barges for their armored vehicles were crossing the Cua Viel River where they had been stalled for the past two days because of a lack of supplies. Ul'l Correspondent Stewart Kellerman, reporting from Hue, said two battalions of Norlh men made the river crossing east of Dung Ha. eight miles north of Quang Tri. Ihe capital of embattled Quang Tri Province. The Communists leapfrogged 30 miles farther south and overran South Vietnamese Ar- tillery Hase Anne, only 18 miles fnnn Hue. The Communists Ihtis threatened the allied forward headquarters from all directions and coaslal Highway 1 A South Vietnamese military commander estimated lhat he had lost aboul 200 of his own Please turn lo Page 10 Brown asked lo leave the map for the commission to study and make recommendations. Harry Williams, developer of Indian Hills South, presented the commission a new plan for the development of section 3. He said Ihc plan had been revised lo eliminate Ihe building of homes 20 to 30 feet up from the road Pleatc tutu lo Page i Wisconsin Primary Today By STKVK (iKRSTEL MILWAUKEE. Wis. Sens. George S. McGovern and Hubert H. Humphrey battled in Wisconsin's crowded primary 'today for their first victory on the long (rail lo Ihe Democratic presidential nomination. His ambiiions of mounting an early bandwagon gone, Sen. Edmund S. Muskic hoped for a "miracle" upset that would keep him from a staggering selback in the nation's fourth primary of the 1972 election Facing the volcrs for Ihc first lime in their native Midwest. Please turn lo Page 10 STRATFORD. Conn. (UPI) .....__ The state laboratory in Hart- Republicans (3 to Party tlas to identify has been generally unsuccessful a unearthed near Strat- in Naugaluck. They have been in fnrd by a crew digging office only two out of twelve ln insla" st'Plic lank Police said Ihe skeleton was found near the Housalonic Kiv- IT aboul fed below the sur- face along wilh some old square nails which might indicate a cof- fin. Authorities said the skeleton was found in an area which has yielded Indian remains in the past and police speculated the .skeleton might be that of an early settler. COMICS CLASSIFIED Baseball EDITORIAL Cancelled High School game scheduled with today at Veterans' Field been cancelled and will he tomorrow at :t p.m. Kain and snow north portions changing to snow before ending this evening. Snow ac- cumulations up lo 4 inches possible over north portions. Hain over soulh portions becoming mixed with or changing to snow before ending late this afternoon or evening. High 40 to-15, Clearing and colder lonight, low 25 to 30. Wednesday fair and cold. High in the upper .IDs north lo mid 40s along Ihc coast tll> Bristol Recorder) Temperamre Midnight 36; 3 a.m. 32, 6 a.m 32; 9 a.m. 37; noon 37. Barometric Pressure Midnight 30.4; 3 a.m. 6 a i" 4; 9 a.m. 30.4; noon 30.4. LAfF A DAY KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA.: Apolk, 16 AllrowwU M. Duke, John W. Young and Thom.s K. Haltingly take a break during training excises in preparation for t.un.r Landing Mission. Duke Is the Lunar Module pilot, MaKingly the command module pilot and Young the Commander on the flight scheduled to life off April 16. "For those of you who love Beethoven, I will play something by Mozart."   

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