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Naugatuck Daily News (Newspaper) - December 30, 1958, Naugatuck, Connecticut
R today s smile the trouble was you had to Wash the storm windows before you put them up. Just one big pane after another. The fellow who probably knows the most is the one who is smart enough to let other people do the talking. 73d year. Number 305 leased wire service of International a Saffier dedicated to Community Public service mostly fair West portion. Grad Ual Clearing cast portion and mild this afternoon. Fair and colder tonight. Wednesday in creasing cloudiness and colder. Temperatures by Bristol recorder Midnight 32 3 a. M., 32 6 a. M., 32 9 a. M., 33 noon 39. Tuesday december 30, 1958 established 1885 8 pages a mob six cents did t hold any water news photo culello the first try to flood the Northern portion of the Tuttle school properly for a Public ice skating rink Lias proved unsuccessful. Civil defense workers connected a Hose monday from a Street hydrant to the lot and covered a wide area with water. Despite their efforts of blocking a storm Drain and several holes with sandbags the water seeped into the Drain through the Many openings and into the Naugatuck River. The Park Board is considering a plan to line the rink area with Large plastic sheets before attempting the project again. Two americans dragged from Havana plane by cuban police pair roughed up no reason for action Given new Orleans up cuban nationalist policemen stormed aboard an american air plane monday at Havana Airport and seized two Kentucky school teach ers homeward bound of tar a Caribbean vacation. Passengers on the plane said the two seized men had been Dis cussing the cuban revolution shortly before the incident and that was apparently lie Ruspi for the arrest. State department instructed the . Embassy in Havana to inquire into the Canso. The teachers " Ore James Reid 38, and Larry f Brantley 22, both faculty Mem Bers of Waggoner High school Louisville by. Brantley s father said his son and Reid went to Jamaica for a Holiday vacation storm Alward plane Larry had no interest in cuban politics beyond what lie read in the paper like anybody he said. The was just travelling through Reid s Mother is mrs. Edith Brochard. 131g aug Intia ave. Far Rockaway. . His a that died before he was born sept. 5, 1920. Reid a graduate of Swarthmore College was due Back at the Ville school Jan. 5. In he maintained a residence at 360 Brownsboro Road. Reid s two Emma and Minnie Fleth of Dunmore pa., said they received a postcard from him dec. While he was at Montero Bay. Jamaica. He had written thai i m hav ing too Good a time to write much but want to wish you a merry Christmas. Thanks so much for the Cako and the shirts. I cheated and opened them be fore i Elma Sebastian one of three stewardesses on the plane said the police stormed aboard the Craft and seized the men before she realized what was happen ing. Wrestled from plane i was standing at the rear door checking the passengers she said. Reid and Brantley were near the Middle of the Cabin. The plainclothes men pushed past me. They grabbed Reid from his seat and he asked what s this you can t do this. I m an american citizen continued on Pago 8 births daughter Doreen Frances to or. And mrs. Car mine Fairview Avenue december 26 in St. Mary s hos Pital. Mrs. Fire anon is the for Mer Frances Suchinski. Lennon a on Clarence an Thony jr., to or. And Clar ence a. Lennon Greenwood Street december 26 in St. Mary s Hospital. Mrs. Lennon is the for Mer Frances Albanese. Daughter Christine Ann to or. And mrs Eugene Mariotti South Street. De Cember 27 in St. Mary s Hospital. Mrs. Mariotti is the former Eva Riecl. Son David Edward to or. And mrs. Edward s. Suvo i Woodbine sex Lenlon de Cember 28 in is. Mary s Hospi Tal. Mrs. Is Ivoska is the former Sophie f. Dan Koskul. Iberian Tanker runs aground Breaks in two Cape May n. Up ton Liber an Flag Tanker african Queen ran aground off the Maryland Dela Ware coast today and broke ii two. The coast guard said 47 men were aboard under capt. A Danielson of Norway. A search plane spotted 25 of them on the Stern Section of the ship. The plane reported both halves of the ship appeared aground and in no danger of sinking. Three coast guard cutters were in route from Here to effect Rescue. The vessel owned by african enterprises Ltd. Was said to be carrying crude Oil from Covias Colombia to Paulsboro n. The first sos from the ship was received at a. M., . And the wreck was spotted by thereafter off the Femwick is and near the Maryland Delaware state line. The coast guard put its position at about 10 Miles East of Ocean City my. William j Lannen died this morning William Lannen of 65 school Street died this morning it St. Mary s Hospital after a Short a life Long resident of n Auga tuck. He was the son of the late Dennis Ami Maria Commerford Lynnen. Or. Lannen was a re lived employee of the Connecticut Light and Power company and a member of the knights of Columbus third degree and the holy name society of St. Mary s Church. Survivors Are his wife Eliza Beth Kennedy Lannen of Naugatuck and several nieces and funeral services will be held Friday at a. M., from the Buckmiller funeral Home 82 Fairview Avenue to St. Mary s Church for a solemn High mass at 9. Burial will be in St. James cemetery. Friends May Call at he funeral Home thursday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. State election Law changes Are studied democratic Leer uxry of state elect mrs. Ella t. Grasso today studied several suggested election Law changes made at a conference Vilh put going Secretary of late Mildred p. Allen and a lumber of local election officials. The conference held monday it Tho invitation of mrs. Allen in Ouight out suggestions from the Ocul among them were proposals to make voter registry Ion permanent set a uniform late for elections throughout the talc and to change methods of Lambling and counting Absentee allots. Mrs. Grasso said she would Ake All the suggestions under disc Mcnol before making any proposals to the coming session if the general Assembly. She Deled Ilia other conferences would be held when the legs Turc convenes. Ike schedules state of Union message Jan. 9 by Merriman Smith Gettysburg a. Up the Wiite House announced to Day that president Eisenhower will deliver his state of the Union message in person to a joint ses Sion of Congress on Jan. 9. The document will be a broadly based review of world and National affairs and will be followed later by special messages on specific Domestic problems. The president is devoting much of his new year s Holiday on his farm to work on the state of the Union and the message to con Gress later next month which will accompany his 77 billion Dollar budget. A preliminary draft of the state of the Union address was under study in Washington at the White House today. The president summoned his chief assistant maj. Gen. Wilton b. Persons and or. Malcolm Moos the top White House speech writer to Gettys Burg wednesday for a conference on the highly important message. The new Congress opens Jan. 7. Press Secretary James c. Hag erty said the president would Fol Low his pattern of last year and speak for 40 or 45 minutes in a review or summation of the slate of the Union As Well As the state of the this will not be a Mere Cata Logue of programs and recon Hagerty said. Many of those will be held for later specific the chief executive will give a general preview of his state of he Union message to congressional leaders of both parries at a White House conference next monday morning. The emphasis in this conference will be on for eign affairs and defense policies. Eisenhower also plans to usher Alaska formally into the Union As lie 49th state later this week. Largest savings loan association new first savings and loan Assn. Of new Haven will merge wednesday with the Branford fed eral savings and loan Assn. To m tile largest savings and loan association in Connecticut it was a bounced jointly today by both arms. The combined operation will have about s75 million in total assets. Officials said the Branford operation will continue As a Branch of the new Haven Bank. The Federal Home loan Bank Board in Washington gave final approval of the merger the announcement said. Aiken will run George Aiken a it said today he would run for the Senate gop Leader ship if fellow Liberal republicans can show his candidacy would strengthen their cause. Deaths William j., of 65 school Street in Waterbury dec. 30, 1958. Funeral services Friday at o clock from the Buckmiller funeral Home 82 Fairview Avenue to St. Mary s Church fora solemn High mass at 9. Burial in St. James Ceme Tery. Friends May Call at the funeral Home thursday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. Ribicoff talks with legislators no commitments asked major issues discussed Hartford Conn. Ubic if conferred for in hour to Lay with legislative leaders t map plans Lor the 1959 Sessio but said he sought no commit after talking with both re pub ican Anil Jeau ers Ribicoff said it is important hat we continue to have Strong parties. I recognize the tact that both parties Don t a ways agree. I would never seek t bind the opposition to any preconceived d the governor said he outline to the leaders what he considered to be the major problems which will confront the lawmakers then hey Start their five month session a week from wednesday. He said these included reorganization of overlapping government Al units and abolition of count government and minor courts. He his Promise to Divide the new judgeship equally Between the two a parties if District courts Are created to replace the local ones. The chief executive said it is my Hope that Republican legis actors will join democrats mating through Many proposals hat will be of lasting Benefit to he state. The democrats have Uch a thin majority in the House hat much legislation will require Republican votes and republicans la be. Entitled to credit Ribicoff said that no target adjournment Date has been set but hat he would be Happy if the lawmakers could wind up their business before the constitutional deadline in june. Asked what the biggest problem confronting the legislature is Louse Republican Leader a. Searle Pinney of Brookfield said it s the tremendous pressure for expenditure of Money and the somewhat limited resources we have to work newsmen also asked the leaders whether tax increases could be Samuel Googel of new Britain said we will make every Effort to do this morning s bipartisan con Ference was called by the demo cratic chief executive who said he s seeking gop cooperation for the Overall Benefit of the people of the Republican Senate Leader Abner Sibal of non Alk said such conferences could provide us with valuable information on what is being planned and also Ive us an Opportunity to discuss our views with the democratic leadership. In such a Way a lot of controversy and bickering can be Sibal added we Are approach ing the Corning session of the legislature with no idea of opposing Ribicoff proposals just be cause they Are Ribicoff proposals. We will support any Ribicoff proo positions that Are sound. We will strongly oppose any that appear these views also were sex continued on Page 8 awaits word new Britain the it Rev. Msgr. Lucyan Bojnowski Tor of the sacred heart for the past 64 years today awaited word on his requested retirement msgr. Bojnowski 91, recently asked archbishop Henry O Brien to allow him to retire effective Ian. 1, be cause of failing health. Eagles auxiliary guest news photo Carrafa past grand Madam president Virginia Turner was guest in a special meeting of the ladies ro.e., last evening in the eagles Hall High Street. Representatives from All the Connecticut auxiliaries were present. Shown above with mrs. Turner Center Are left to right Marion Snapko Madam president of the auxiliary and Cecelia Flynn state Madam president. Degaulle streamlines armed forces by Arthur Higbee Paris Tupi Premier h a r -1 e s Cie Gaulle streamline military defense Toda o protect the nation against sur Rise attack in the nuclear age. The program which follow Lis revolutionary economic re called for creation of a National defense committee Sim a to the National defense coun cil in the United states to coordinate military and civil defense. It gives the Cabinet the High o proclaim a general mobilize Ion or. A state of Alert in even of any instance of grave inter a ional tension during a state o. Lert the Cabinet Wourl have the ight to requisition persons an services for military duty. New defense corps the program also called for creation of a defense corps to Ake charge of anti subversion n peacetime and Sot up the line succession of command if the executive department was wiped it in an atomic attack. De Gaulle also ordered Crea Iori of a scientific action com tree to organize research Hopes eventually to a clip s forces with atomic and Hydro in weapons. The or Fonse plan followed his economic brought rumblings from Trench labor today. Informed labor sources Predico de a of communist to Kes during the new year when predicted Price rises and pegged is hit Union members in the pocket Book. The average Frenchman who Only now is realizing the full effects of the Degaulle program make France economically Ontl. Reacted As if he had been used into a cold Shower it Piht be Pood for him but it made him shudder. Hartford fire raced through the club Al Len restaurant Early today causing consider Ible damage and resulting in minor injuries to two firemen. Members of Castro s army Aba telephoto a contrast in age and sex is illustrated by these three members of Fidel Castro s re Lxi army us they walk Down a Street in Fomento after capturing the town from government forces. The rebels have broadcast n message no Kinju government troops to join in the relic cause. This photo was supplied by u cuban rebel source bulletins by to listed press internal Nial predicts Good year Middletown l. Gray president of the Aramco steel corp. Here today predicted 1959 will be a Good year for the steel Industry but warned the Situa Tion could be different in 1900 because of the importation of foreign steel. Retires today Middletown or. Edgar. C. Yerbury today served his last Day As superintendent of the state Hospital Here. Or. Yer Bury who same to the Hospi Tal in 1944, announced his retirement recently effective Jan. 1, because of poor health. Too teamsters to picket new York the teamsters Union announced today it would begin picketing All new York City polic installations Jan. 12 As a first step in its Campaign to organize the nation s policemen and firemen. Day orbit Washington America s Atlas satellite today Hill a new lease on life. Tho defense department announced the pull Tim car sized satellite will orbit the Emirth for -15 than twice As Long As Oripio tidily expected. Too to decide Fate Parris Island. S. C. A seven member general court mar ital today is expected to deckle the Fate of a 2g year old for Mer Drill instructor charged with forcing recruits to Contri Bute to a sg90 sergeant s Kitty and with slugging his men on the head. Too Polaris destroyed Cape canaveral the Navy s Polaris missile designed to be fired from submerged submarines rocketed off to a Clear Florida sky today but the Sec Ond stage Lull. To be destroyed after about a minute am a half when it veered from its planned course. Youngster Hurt sightly when struck by Auto six year old Gary Kiesel son of or. And mrs. John Kiesel. 85 Pring Street was hit and slight y injured yesterday afternoon about three o clock by a car driven by Eugene Mcgarty 36. 1290 Thomaston Avenue Waterbury. Officers Thofile a Ochnicki and Howard Sagendorf investigated he Accident which occurred at he Corner of Spring and Dia mond streets. Mcgarty Tow pol be that the boy rushed out in front of his car. Mcgarty w a s summoned to Borough court january 12-on charge of violating the motor vehicle Laws. The youngster was treated for lip and leg injuries and discharged from St. Mary s Hospital. Budget meeting his afternoon Borough department Heads met his afternoon at 2 o clock with Rtaylor Adirim t. Mengacci for a discussion of the Borough s fiscal Omli Tion As pertains to budget proposals for Tho coming year to mayor was to express his lews on the coming budget and so officials for Economy in their Arious departments. Four arrested for thefts in Miami Beach Miami announced today they had broken up a jewelry and fur theft ring that looted luxury hotels Here and had arrested three Colleg students and a girl. Arrested today were Bernard Friedman 25, Philadelphia a Stu Dent at Pennsylvania state col lege and Jacqueline Courtman 19 a Laboratory technician from Atlantic City n. Police at nearby bal Harbour arrested Henry Herskowitz 20 of Ventnor n. J., and Stephan Rada 21, of Philadelphia both o. Temple University sunday night All were charged with receiving stolen goods disorderly con duct and vagrancy. Miami Beach detective chief c. W. Huddles or said they will be charged with grand larceny. Friedman who was registered under an assume name at one Beach hotel was placed under s2.500 Bond. The others were placed under Bond each. Find stolen gems police said they found Aboul s22.000 Worth of stolen gems and furs in the girl s suitcase and in Friedman s hotel room. Dot. It. Arthur Leonard of the Miami Beach police said the four worked together in a very Sim ale he said they spot led Well to do vacationers at top hotels and Learned their room numbers. Then they would go to the hotel desk and ask for the room key. Herskowitz and Rada were arrested by bal Harbour police while prowling on the eighth floor of the Plush americana hotel. Police kept tiie arrests quiet and checked further. They Learned the two had just checked out of a Motel in Miami Beach. Miami Beach police Dis covered that two others had been n the Motel with them. They traced Friedman an the girl and put a watch on them. The arrests were made when a Bellhop working with Price re ported the girl tried to ship a suitcase containing much of the oot from the Shelbourne hotel. Friedman was registered at two hotels. He was registered under ils own name at the Fontaine Delcau and under the name of or. Bernard Sager at the Empress. Police said the four had been operating along the Beach area hiring the season holidays. Beacon Falls William Heller correspondent Tel. A 9-4695 Maurice Poirier 31, 45 Esther Road. Waterbury. Was arrested sunday night in Beacon Falls on a charge of driving while his License is under suspension Accord no to state police at Bethany Barracks. Brief or. And mrs. David o Shea. Bethany Road Beacon Falls have is their guests mrs. Mildred Erson and children Patricia and Kathleen of Palermo new Jer by. Mrs. Louise Wiggins of Sony Irville mass., is visiting with her troth or Ernest Crosby of North Circle Beacon Falls. Wind storm los Angeles destructive winds up to 75 Miles an hour pushed across Southern California monday foiling Trees toppling loads from trucks and pitting cur exteriors. Cuban rebels destroy ammo dump conflicting claims on Progress of fighting made by opposing forces by Francis l. Mccarthy Havana Cuba rebels struck into the heart of Havana province today with a daring raid on an explosives depot in which they dynamited the huge stores of ammunition they could not carry away. The raid on a privately owned explosives depot at Guanabara of across the Bay from Havana Foj Lowed rebel claims to a v e smashed government forces in Central and Eastern Cuba. The rebels were boasting they were at the doors of Triumph " government sources disputed the sweeping rebel claims but admitted there was heavy fighting around the City of Santa Clara in Central Cuba where the rebels have claimed major successes in Street fighting. On the offensive the army said its forces were on the offensive in Central Cuba and were driving the rebels ahead of them despite rebel propaganda broadcasts to create Una the blast of the Guanabara of explosives was heard in lower Havana. It was the second rebel authored incident of sabotage in Havana province in 12 hours. A Small Bridge was blown monday night at Guira de Melana. An army spokesman said government troops in Central Cuba vere carrying out enveloping Maneu vers of Pursuit and attack with Complete Success and had driven nearly to the Border of Camaguey 275 Miles East of Aana the government offensive has Only he said. The spokesman said the rebels Lave not fought the government Advance in most areas and evacuated towns in the army s Paui. The government offensive included reinforcements Dis patched from Havana As Well a i reinforced regiment of Rural cards. Broadcast appeals he said the main Effort at the moment was aimed at driving rebel forces from Santa Clara he capital of Las Villas prov nce at Cuba s Waist and from Santo Domingo 20 Miles to the Northwest. It was in this area he rebels claimed major Suc esses. At the same time a Neil radio tation which identified itself As he voice of the communist arty appealed to All workers and members of the party to join orces against the last stand of he dictator president Fulgencia Batista. Rebel radio broadcasts said in urgent forces had captured go Are cent of the Rich farming prov nce of Las Villas in Central Cuba n a major rebel Victory that would Cut the Island almost in Ivo and Seal off Havana from its Ood supplies. Other broadcasts reported weeping victories in Oriente 3rovince. The Center of rebel so Ivity in easternmost Cuba. Rebel Adios said the army was on the in Many areas falling Back n the provincial capital of san Iago. Bomb strafe rebels the government bombed the Reb 1s relentlessly in around the lock bombing and strafing at Acks in perhaps the heaviest continued on Page 8 Harlie Chaplin has Toothache Phiys tax Bill London Charles Chaplin said today she and her husband had no plans to rectum to the United states although he settled his tax troubles with tha u. S. Government. Our plans Are the same Aslo return to our Home in smiled the Wile of Tho famed comedian. Chaplin from whom the . Government extracted entered a Lonion clinic for treat ment of in lbs cussed Wisdom tooth. I a bridegroom is o Wolf who lust started his Whitlo or Topi in 01 summer. Try Doln to
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