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Naugatuck Daily News (Newspaper) - November 16, 1968, Naugatuck, Connecticut Naugatuck news 1968 Nhor a Cecal a Accident occurred last night at the intersection of route m Tad Union when a car operated by is Prospect struck rear of vehicle operated by Ullian 22 dive which was stopped Lor a red Zwoll Asky was issued a warn ing for failure to drive both vehicles were driven from the according to investigating officer Dennis Vuda Lith 262 main reported to police that the Aerial was torn from his car while parked in front of his 180 Beacon Manor told police that she found the Tail Light of her car was while the vehicle was in front of her Home break detective Fred rugger investigated a report that the apartment of Evelyn White 333 North main was broken into yesterday after the detective reported entry was gained by breaking a solid door with a scythe the rear door leading to the Kitchen was splintered and holdings nothing was immediately determined to be the Cue is pending further invest a courthouse for Nolles grilled Eugene was granted a Nolle on a charge of yesterday in Waterbury circuit Richard Beacon was ranted a Nolle on a charge of failure to carry Regii Traylon yesterday in Waterbury circuit Daniel Prospect Wai a Nolle on a charge of operating motorcycle with out protective headgear yester Day in Arthur Phoenix was granted a Nolle on a charge of disorderly conduct yesterday in Waterbury circuit obituary kiss my Bridgeport miss Mae formerly of 564 Kossuth died yesterday at raphaels hos new following a Long she was born in daughter of the late Ellas and Clara Mellitz she had been a resident of Bridge port All her life and had been employed As a Secretary until the time of her she is survived by on Broth Rudolph Hennick of a president of the Naugatuck news two Frederick Hennick of publisher of the Naugatuck daily news and Philip Blumberg at Stamford and one Corrine Joseph of funeral services will be held sunday at atthe Green funeral 927 grand with Abblean Ford Hahn interment will be in Adath Israel Ceme there no calling hours and friends Are asked to please omit a Albi Hibe sit Martha Habersat Manchester mar tha Birch formerly of Nau died yesterday at Man Chester memorial born in she was the widow of Otto numeral services will beheld monday it t at feral 400 main interment in prove May Call at the funeral none fonday from a to 4 7 Tot is at Hsum in us Cliffs and of the Rocky truck Driver absolved by Coroner Hartford up Hartford county Coroner Irving son today ruled that a south1 truck Driver was not responsible for the death of an Bury youth in an Accident last july Aronson ruled that Malcolm the Driver of a tractor trailer took every possible precaution to prevent a collision with a sports car driven by Dennis Coutler on 202 in Aronson said Cloutiere car swerved to avoid hitting another car waiting to make a left hand turn at the Tariff value Road intersection and skidded into the path of the Perrea jammed on his brakes and tried to pull to the right to avoid collision but was unable to do Aronson he found that Perrea was operating his motor vehicle in a proper fashion and did every thing he possibly could to avoid this chemical employees from Page Wal Ter Joseph Rocco Charles Jay Robert Delphi Rich Ard Donald John Joseph Robert Edward Frank Rocco Magna Katherine Joseph John Bernard Robert Thomas Arthur David Manuel Aldo Laurentino Charles Ronald Harold Donald Harry Frank to Henry Arthur Roger Edmund Felix Paul Gary Walter Roger Warren James William Robert Irwin James Walter Douglas Paul Robert Charles Buck Roger Richard Mas Thomas William Anthony Peter car to Fernan Bruce Elmar Gene Joseph Michael Paul Joaquim Valin Nicholas Harry Michael Laura Linda Edith Evans and Elizabeth sul funerals Janes Baukal James 7 Bellew East brother of an area died thursday at Rocky h1u veterans born Long he resided in Hartford Many years before moving to East Hartford 33 years he was a graduate of Suffield Academy and received special training by the armed services at Massachusetts Institute of technology and Cornell uni he served As a Pilot in the 96th bombing Squadron in France during world War i and was employed As an under writer at the travellers insurance for 40 retiring in he was also associated with the Olmsted Mcgrath insurance Agency of East Hart and the Rose mens ser Alvors include his Louise Sullivan and two William Bau Beacon and Valen Tine the funeral will be held to Day at 9 from the new Kirk and Whitney funeral 318 Burnside East Hart to Rose Church for a solemn High mass at Buri Al will be in veterans memorial Hillside Alfred Cole funeral services for Emella Moran widow of Alfred Cotton hollow were held this morning at from the Buckmiller funeral 82 far View to marys Church for a requiem High mass at celebrant of the mass was the Francis interment was in James Cem every with committal by bearers were Larry and Joseph Robert and Leo Nel Robert Messner and Daniel leads the world in production of the familiar Flat tins of turning out Milton of them Trio robs store in West Hartford West Upolu police were looking for three men today who held up the popular supermarket at the Starr shopping Plaza on new Britain Avenue and escaped with an undetermined amount of police said the who were approached the stores Courtesy Booth about Friday and demanded the no shots were police and an investigation was being jury finds continued from Page i Daniel Sagarin said Grasso was Tro Planos right hand Pellegrno was convicted on the extortion or attempted extortion count but acquitted on the conspiracy he could receive a maximum penalty of 20 years in a or the three have been on trial since 24 on charges of at tempting to impose territorial restrictions on rubbish collect ing companies in and judge timbers was told by Sagarin that he had information indicating that Tro piano was connected with the mafia and was the Leader of organized crime activities in new he said later that these activities included illegal gambling and no Date has been set for sen drug pushers continued from Page trate on the drug problem while the up to keep All areas of the departmental work John executive director of the Myca and a member of the ecumenical Sta Ted that residents should take their Hais off to we owe them a debt of gratitude for the great strides they have made in alleviating the prob he the drug problem is no greater in the Borough than any other Community in the even though the Borough has gained some notoriety in this the difference is that local police were the first to take action and attack the problem while other communities held Back and did not publicize its existence As the Borough on has been exerted in attempts to slow Down the push on but the backed by chief Frank Mariano and the police have Felt that it was too serious a problem to the Naugatuck ecumenical Council took up the problem of investigating and study ing the situation to learn All it could about the matter and the avenues used by the members urged the Borough Board to authorize two additional men for the police de to work in the area of the announcement of the assignment of a member of the department As a youth officer is although the scare is on in the Borough on it by no Means indicates the problem is erased or will be erased in the near nor does it mean that the poll eare satisfied and will Stop the on drawing Board up internationally famed architect Minoru Yamasaki will de sign a student recreational Center costing nearly Mil lion at Franklin and Marshall according to Robert chairman of the colleges Board of who also is presi Dent and chief executive officer of said the building will be the 26th on the 171yearold Yamasaki is the Mas Ter planner and primary architect for the million world Trade Center being built in new York and has designed pavilions and government consulates in Many parts of the dissenting priests views vindicated Washington in ton area priests punished for publicly dissenting from Pope Paul vis birth control encyclical believe their View has been vindicated by the official stance of the nations roman Catholic after a week of intense the Bishops declared in a pastoral letter Friday that a Catholic couple could practice contraception in violation of the encyclical without regarding it As a sin provided their decision was made in Good the adopted by a vote of 180 to upheld the Popes encyclical As the authentic teaching of the and stated that artificial contraception must be regarded by All the faithful As an objective but it added circumstances May reduce moral guilt for couples that consider them selves compelled to practice father John one of 44 area priests disciplined by Cardinal Patrick Oboyle for dissenting from the said the Bishops policy state ment upheld their the dissenting priests had never attacked the Mcgarrity but had instead asserted we would respect the conscience of those who dissent from same position taken by the he said the priests now expect Oboyle to remove the restrictions he placed on their authority to exercise their priestly Johnson Nixon continued from Page be he Calls Lej Bryce a Veteran of White House service in the Eisenhower administration and a ranking Nixon staff saw news reports following the Murphy press conference and reasoned correctly that the president might not be he called Johnson thursday night and again Friday to assure him that Nixon had no intention whatever of intruding into the foreign policy Peroga lives of the Johnson was he particularly disliked one Public version to the effect that Nixon was trying to be Murphy went to Washington immediately to take up his duties As Nixon foreign policy representative and Johnson held a Friday news conference with Murphy beside among other things the president said was this firm the decision that will be made Between now and 20 will be made by this by this Secretary state and by this Secretary of there was no disclaimer from the Nixon in aides went out of their Way to assure reporters that Johnson was right that Nixon had referred Only to decisions which might have to be implemented later by the new by the time the president elect left for his staff was Able to report All quiet on the rhetorical front that Johnson understood Nixon had made no attempt to presume on the constitutional authority of the and Johnson had offered his own version of Murphys role to keep the new administration informed and prepare it for its obligations beginning Disney characters in big braille los Angeles up there is a kind of special room at the Jules Stein Eye Institute on the Urcla it was designed by the late Walt Disney to enable Blind and near Blind children below the age of 10 to see the famed characters he the Walls Are covered with blocked mosaic figures of Mickey Donald Pluto and the rest of the Disney the children see the characters by running their fingers Over Tranquillity poultry farm thanksgiving specialities turkeys looked to special older in the farm cooked with Tranquillity poultry stuffing at moderate extra cooking orders now being taken and until our schedule it delivery of thanksgiving orders will be on cooked order turkeys will be ready torn noon 27 until firm is legroom closes at closed All thanksgiving visit the farm Kitchen and or Call for your thanksgiving cooked Toonder or fresh Frozen Vocook at or for other delicious Tranquillity specialities poultry Turkey scalloped Turkey pits to nth Chicken farm at Rove 64 Tranquillity have a wonderful thanksgiving Waler Bary school continued from Poge i a War of nerves beg i when it Pouti reported insertions that Sta had Learned not to put filth in promises by the mayor George hit Lamon with a Back replied he f a no need to continue the in View of was Capozzo stood up to leave and it was impossible to determine if it was his or the mayors action that actually broke off the Capozzo stated that it was too late for binding arbitration and reiterated his concern Over the impending budget making deadline of 28 for final Board of finance the dispute Over the reopened clause stems from varying interpretations by the City and the Sta Over what an aver age the contract Calls for re opening of salary negotiation Here if the average salary for teachers in the Waterbury sys tem with masters degrees Falls below the average salary for their counterparts in 12 selected state the Sta maintains the aver age should be computed by Tak ing the maximum pay for the 12 the on the advice of its negotiation Cummings Stam says an intermediate step in the other towns salary Scales should be the cites computation method yields1 an average below the local schedule for according to the that no reopening is the was computation method puts the 12 town aver age above the local mean according to the that the talks should be the City figure is and the Sta figure is the present masters pay Here or right in the youth jailed for burglary Hartford up a 20 year old Hartford youth has been Given a sentence of from one to three years in prison for burglar izing the City welfare department office three months Michael who was sentenced Friday in Superior was arrested a week after the burglary three valued at and a heavy Safe contain ing in checks and Petty Cash were negotiations continued from Page he quoted a Saigon government source As saying theleus regime now is taking a More realistic we have come to the realization that sooner or later we will have to go to the Saigon official he said Thieu now has come to regard As a Mere outburst a threat by defense Secretary Clark Clifford that if Saigon persisted in its the United states would go it alone in the Paris Thieu himself showed evidence of wanting to Dampen any fire Between his ment and its great the United his press spokesman quoted Thieu As we should avoid adding fuel to the flame which might be dangerous to the relation Between the govern ments of Vietnam and the United Pilot changes course on world flight Norway flying Grandfather Max today waited out Arctic squalls at the Eastern tip of Greenland and radioed he had slightly changed course in his Solo round the world Conrad said he had decided to Fly his Piper Aztec to Iceland rather than to Tromson near no ways Northern Conrads report from air station North on Greenland was received at Bodo air radio Bodo is 250 Miles Southwest of Tromson on ways Fjor shredded weather stations in Northern Norway said weather Over the North Atlantic was generally favourable but warned of icing on the weather that kept Conrad on the ground was apparently restricted to Conrad started his trip in Louis and sent word from Point Barrow at the Northern tip of Alaska wednesday that he was on the second leg of his Conrad Hopes to Cross both poles and pass the Equator twice on what he Hopes will be a record breaking Solo who has 10 children and 26 has been a Pilot 40 the flight would be the longest of his triplets Are but Only in looks czech students continued from Page i Prague 28 and the student announce Mon came As the communist Contra committee Mot for the third Day to argue further cutbacks in party first Secretary Alexan Der do backs Reform program that triggered a soviet bloc invasion of this police and the entire Leader ship of the nation have pleaded with students not to Demon Strate on International students Day that commemorates nazi repression of student Antinazi the youth newspaper Mlada Fronta said the Union of czech University students sent a letter of Solidarity to Olomouc University students who gather today in University premises and will stay there monday in support of their demands they had sent to the Central committee published excerpts of the Central committee debate in hrad Cany Castle showed the 190 members to beat Sharp Odds Over the need for changes in the reforms that began in january and led to the August invasion by soviet bloc most of the members sought to at least 37 had risen to speak at the end of the second Day Friday and an official communique said 140 had sought permission to be conservatives among the Early speakers attacked therefor mers for making mistakes that prompted the soviet Union to Send troops to help Correct others accused the mass Media of creating a psychosis of intimidation and pressure on the party hot air the slightest idea How any of it could go about acquiring Cut of Whoie Louis Kathy and Linda Biggs Are identical triplets at font Bonne a roman Catholic de whom National the 18yearold freshmen Seldom dress alike and plan different Joyce wants to teach the mentally Linda is majoring in Kathy thinks she May become an elementary school in High All three ended with identical Mak ing third place in their As a the three won font Bonne the triplets say we Seldom in High school they used to triple California has More than Active mixed wires Manila up a stereo Hill fan is in trouble with government they said a Public works official in Elizal province apparently spent pesos for a Hill set 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