Naugatuck Daily News, August 29, 1952. Edward Empoliti in court.

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Naugatuck Daily News, August 29, 1952.  Edward Empoliti in court. - Court Continues Non-Support Cases For Three...
Court Continues Non-Support Cases For Three Months >>on-support was the basis of twc of the three cases heard in Boroug-h Court Hiis morning 1 by Judge I/aw- renco Matzkin, Walter Kloc, Scott street, plcad- nd gui!(y to separate charges of non-support of a wife and child, nnd assault. Manuel Paiva, 167 Maple Maple street, pleaded guilty to non- suppor; of his wife and children. Both cases were continued for '.hree months. In th<? third case, Edward Empoliti, Empoliti, 7-1, of 37 Coen street, pleaded pleaded not guilty to a charge of indecent indecent ^sault. He was froed under Si,000 bond. Attorney Arthur McDonald McDonald 'represented him. Ho waived examination and was bound over'to Superior Court. Richcbourp, European dwarf of century ago. Jived to be 90 though he was only 23 inches hig-h. Lafayette was only 29 when he joined the American revolutionary forces as a. major-general.

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  1. Naugatuck Daily News,
  2. 29 Aug 1952, Fri,
  3. Page 3

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