Bruce Gueble, of Maple Avenue, Cheshire.
Waterbury's New Expressway Opens Tomorrow Afternoon Waterbury Special ceremonies marking the opening of the first link of the new Waterbury expressway will be held tomorrow, with state and Waterbury Waterbury city officials invited to attend. attend. Among those invited to attend the opening of the 571-foot divided divided roadway from East Main street at Meriden road to Hamilton avenue avenue at the old St. Joseph's cemetery cemetery are: Gov. Chester Bowles. Secretary Secretary of State Winifred McDonald. McDonald. Mayor Raymond E. Snyder and officials of his administration, Senators Martin F. Sullivan and Richard Forester, Representatives Daniel J. Mahaney and Michael Rossi: and former Mayor John S. Monagjin, during whose administration administration the highway was conceived and advanced. The ceremonies are scheduled to start at 3 o'clock. A $25 fine and a 15-day jail sen- tence were meted out to K.OCCO Capozzl, 37, of 475 Washington avenue, avenue, Waterbury, yt'sterday, when he appeared in Waterbury City Court yesterday on an assault count. Three others involved in [case were freed. Capozzi appealed I the sentence to Common Pleas Court and was released under $1,000 $1,000 bonds. He and James Jamele, 38, 69 Clairmount avenue; Michatl San- •oro. 35, 20 Lawrence street; and Bruce Gueble, 43, of Maple avenue, Cheshire, were charged with assault assault with a dangerous weapon on Frank (Tingles) Salanardi, of 852 East Main street. The charge arose from an altercation altercation outside Ray's Diner, West Main street and Thomaston avenue, avenue, last Nov. 11 It was testified that Salinardi was struck by weapons weapons lhat appeared to he blackjacks or pipes, inflicting head injuries. Youth Injured Charles Dillon, 12. of 76~Mil! street, Waterbury, was accidentally i shot yesterday when a rifle carried carried by a companion accidentally discharged, according to Waterbury Waterbury police He was admitted to Waterbury hospital where his condition condition was reported as fair last night The youth was walking with a