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Page 12 —NAUGATUCK NEWS(Conn.) Saturday, June 5,1916 Smith New Sand And Gravel Mining Treasurer CNVRPA Seminar Topic Qf Society Sand and gravel raining in Ihc prevent these dangers. Central Naugatuck Valley . The CNVRPA study also cx- Region will be the topic for $<*<$ how zoning officials can discussion at a seminar spon- exercise their power effectively sored by the Central Naugatuck witliout necessarily forcing mine Valley Regional Planning operators to shut down or to keep Agency (CNVRPA). to be held at out of town. Post Collegeon Tuesday, June 15, The study proposes a method of at 7:30 p m., in South 114. planning for future development Background material for the of mines in areas that have seminar will be the CNVKPA's potentially rich sand and gravel recent publication, "Surface deposits and it describes how Mining in Connecticut: The land use in these areas can be Public Need for Planning and regulated to avoid the dangers Regulation for Sand and Gravel when mining docs take place. Operations," by Attorney Local planning, wrung, eon- William Valletta. In that servation and economic publication, it is indicated tliat development officials, sand and (earing up land to gel at sand and gravel operators and interested gravel presents problems for the members of Ihc public are invited environment and dangers for to participate in Ihc seminar, people win live near mines but Further information can he that Connecticut law gives town 7j>ning officials the power to control sand and gravel mining to ^ No Arrests Continued From Page 1 $215,000 home, which has been on the market for a year. He went there to discuss financial matters, police said. "He reported a stressful meeting and admitted there was an argument and that he left," Baran said. Emily Kupper, a Greenwich real estate agent trying to sell the house, said she telephoned the Klein residence between 3:15 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, the day of : the kilings, and got no answer., "1 was concerned. Someone is always there, and the boy, Jay, usually gets home by 3 p.m," she told United Press International. II was the presence of the bov, Jav Klein, G, at the obtained at the CNVRPA Office at 20 East Main Street, Waterbury, 757-0535. S Mayor Calls Continued From Page 1 Heights on Spring St. Even a child looking at that file would not approve that land (or buildings. "The Zonipg Commission with an all Republican Board including Ray Currier, at a special meeting held on Jan. 16, 1973,' several months before I became the mayor, also voted to allow Vincent Celentano to establish a planned development according to Ihe official minutes. I recall at this meeling that former Burgess Rocco DeCarlo voled againsl this development, mil his vote was "never recorded." The mayor said "I'm proud to say that this administration has not changed any zoning to allow Obituaries Hillside Covenant Church. ^-MHM 5T.T-WS£ Mrs. Donatus Anderson . . . Funeral services will be held MJ-S. Sophie (Johnson) An- . a{ 2 pra at Hillside derson, 89, of 11 D Conrad SI, Cmm ^ ^ti with the Rev. widow of Donalus Anderson, died j on nson officiating. Burial Friday at Waterbury Hospital wi , ]beinGrove Cemetery. There after a short illness. no cal]ing hours . Alderson Mrs. Anderson was born Jan. ^^ 1(omej 20 , Meadow st., 12, 1887, in Krisieneham, Sweden, ^ .^ £ of arran g e menls. and had been a member ot c<mlribulions in her memory ma| j e (0 ()ie memorial ovenanl Cnur ch this adminisl ration has put a stop Heights. Elsewhere, generally fair matter grandchildren. ROSCOED. SMITH Roscoe D. Smith of Naugatuck tJ7>, Boston 50 (82), Chicago 59 (80) Dallas 63 (80), Denver SZ (82), fnconclusion, I'm announcing DuluUiSZ (80),Houslon67 (83), Jacksonville 63 (60), Kansas City 60 publicly and will send notices to (76), Los Angeles 58 (69), Miami 12 (87), New Orleans 67 81), New all commission chairmen that no york58(81),PhoenixG8(lW»,SanFranclsco48l&5), Seattle St. Louts 56 (19), Washington 59 (83). Victor D. Gould Thomas Detlefsen of Wolcott; a all commissioi stationery with the "Borough of hean oscoe. m o auauc . , .M has been elected, reasurer of The •"•«* <? l»ve the Tb™ IbU Construction Institute (CSI), Specifications He will assume without the approval of mayor's office. II was the Some Stuff Continued From Page 1 As a native of New England, we have long praised Connecticut, ine dimes 01 unite uti JLUV i, IBJO. . . . ~\\ n ,,,nA ™ « ikimc ui us IT ui>£iu<u, ••- —D r- I.*.. — Smi«h,anirtuslryme,ni*rof,he ^ommiss,on secretary flowed ,,_„„ New Harap3rare and Main ,Welike New for many years a,Jcov BEACON FALLS - Victor U. ^"^"ghVer, Mrs. Michael Friday at Griffin Hospital, ^^^ m and four' great- Derby, a fler a long illness * ran(Ichilufen . He was born June 18, ISM, in Privale flmera i services will be Weston, VI., the son of Ihe late h , d Monday at Alderson Funeral David and Cora (Briggs) Gould. Momc m Meadow S t., Mr. Gould was an electrician N ga ' luck w iihthe Rev. George "~ -' """"" M " Fisher of Naugaluck rV. J. Megin, Inc., of CSI is a national technical i, in a release yesterday, gave Ihe details surrounding the controversial letter which ap- Mrs. CARWAS1ISILNDAY BEACON FALLS The Beacon Falls Youth Activity Committee will conduct a car wash Sunday,Juneefrom 10a.m. to 2 p.m. at Garry's Gulf Service Station on Main Street. DIDN'T STOP Manuel Marlinho. 19, of 117 society with 130 chapters across , ... . „ „.the nation. Located in V™W *•« A1 £* C °™™ Washington, D.C., (he Institute I*™* 5 ™ f ° r a CT - h ? me , s * serves as a national clearinghouse for architects, engineers, and other members of the construction team Hall until 1969. He leaves his widow, »u=. . Flora (Hunter) Gould of Beacon J- Falls; two stepsons, Clifford lnere Detlefsen of Naugaluck and Pine Grove Cemetery, Water- m ca , u hours 33 acres of land off Union Cily Rd. He noted Iwo "informal in- w[lose spection meetings" which he said are were not legal meetings. He said re „. some problems were discussed primary concerns specifications and com- . - , , . ... munitions. On June 21-23,1976, « " was agreed to adv.se Aty CSI will hold ils 20th Annual Bernard Avcollie to proceedwtth Convention and Exhibit at Ihe ">e ^ plans because they The fact is that we love New England. But during our recent vacation, we came to realize that New England is not Ihe only beautiful part of this country. We still marvel at the incredible beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains, having traveled Ihe whole length of Ihe Skyline Drive, and a considerable part of the Blue Hidge Parkway. At almost every turn ol the road (and there area lol of turns) the vista changes. And there is no question whatever that the Blue Ridge ^^'e^nTat' Bristol Queenie Porter 'of Mars Hill^Me. Mountains deserve their name. For they are blue-make no n osp it a l alter a short i" mistake! George W. Jenkins sisters, Mrs. M.E. Gordon of Red Canada, Mrs. Smith, who joined CS! in 1961, is currently president of the disregarding a Stale Traffic Christian Day School after Commission signalI (red light) at Housalonic ctapto .. From hours Wednesday that led Rubber Ave. anil Route 63. police to the Klein home. School A June 23 answer date wa: officials notified them when no FALSE ALARM "hoped that we could resolve the Wespenl a late afternoon and a night at Skylands-some3,900 feet per|h „„„„,.„, Canada, 18 grandchildren, three great , of the late Thomas and grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. cS^^M™:- upin«heB,ueRidgeMoun,ains,w te eourmote,r M mo re r,ooked Diana (Porter, Jenkins '^ Hervices wil, be held o™,^ w-,j «n rw m 1975 .. . ._. , i...,,-..>.- ^. _:i— —». nn jc n ,,i), Mr. JenKins nan uci.ii a ^' ...... j I, i r n tliat she tad pulled a fire alarm box at Cliff and Walnut one came to pick him up. The police went lo Ihe Klein home at G:-I5 p.m., found it locked and received no answer when Ihey knocked. They relumed at 8 p.m., entered Ihe Sts, "to see the lire trucks house through a window and come." found Ihe bodies. Patrolman Henry Kuczenski Mrs. Klein was lying on her bed with her feet on Ihe floor. The live-in maid, Martha Lema, 28, a native of Colombia, South America, was lying on her back al Mrs. Klein's feet. Both women were fully clothed, suggesting there was no sexual assault. There were no signs of forced entry nor was Ihcre any indication of a robbery, police said. A vase of red roses stood untouched three feet from the 1974 lie served as a board member and in 1974 was second vice-president and program n • i i -H.J committee chairman. He has A seven-year-old girl admitted a member rf ^ p.^ lo police early Thursday _af- CommitteeotlhcI[lstUllle <,,„. and « )hapter Cer- during his investigation also i^^J^t^Jta learned the name of the juvenile £,™ "J*^ £*£ who was with the girl when they pulled the alarm about 1 p.m.; and the name of a young boy who said he had al other times "pulled the box." Tire names of the juveniles were referred lo Youth Officer John Crotty. i/ Bay State Continued From Page 1 Brown said on Dec. 23, 1975 Avcollie asked Krayeski for a letter "indicating formal approval by the Planning Commission to enable his client lo oblain preliminary bank financing." He said Avcollie gave his "assurances his clienl would comply to (he required convention. In 1973 regulations." Brown said that Krayeski stopped by Avcollie s office and signed a pre-typed letter by Avcollie on borough stationery. The letter reads "To whom it thecentralShenandoahVaueyfor 50 miles-north and south. Talk about peace and beauty! Therecan be li I tie elsewhere in this world tomatch that! 1976) and in 1975 was a speaker at CSI's an And then came the rude awakening! In a matter of less than an hour, we learned the hard way that mountain living can be treacherous living. Having left Skylands at a fairly early hour, we found ourselves in •esidenl of Terryville for the past tomorrow at 2 pm. at Scott . 70 years. Before his retirement, Funeral Home, 69 Main SI, will he was a foreman of (he main- the Rev. Vardell Swell, pastor o temrace department al Eagle Terryville Congregational Lock Co for several years. He Church officiating. Burial will be was a member of Lodge 170 AF in Hillside Cemetery, friends and AM of Caribou, Maine, and may call al the funeral home the Terryville Senior Citizens. today from 2 lo 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Mr Jenkins leaves two sons, A Masonic service will be Thomas W.Jenkins of Naugaluck conducted by members of Union and George L. Jenkins of Lodge 96 AF and AM ol preciation. THE , -FAMILY** I LAWYER By Will Bernard Planning Commission held Dec. 6, 1975 the application for a subdivision entitled 'Great HiU Estale' consisting o! 67 building lots on Union City Rd., Naugaluck, Conn, was given final daughters, Mrs. Thomaston today al 8 p.m. te mi*,e of a n— storm -fog, heav, rain,hi*, winds and ^£^,™+ J^S ~^ ' even hail! Shortly before noon on that eventful day, the sky was so ^- Hazd ' E1|js „, pi^mi,, bu !ance Corps or the Book of ' Hack that we could not see 50 feel ahead of the car, even with high ' ' beam headlights. Thank the Lord for the man who thought of yellow- stripes as road markers! -• ll'< And our sturdy Buick was buffeted by winds so strong that we might just as well have been driving a Volkswagen. Mrs. Kalhleen Rockwell, Mrs. Remembrance of Terryville Grace Spring and Mrs. Glenda Congregational Church. Canopask, all of Terryville; three Edward I Welch Edward J. Welch, 4, of 138 the Buckmiller Funeral Home, 82 bodies in the second floor monument threatened by al- bcdroora, one of five in the tack. house Mercer also expressed con- Mrs Klein was shot twice in cen for monuments in Lexing- the head and Ihe maid once in Ion and Concord, especially Ihc the head and also in the'neck, Old North Bridge where the police said. A small caliber famous "shot heard 'round the handgun was believed lo be Hie world" was fired marking the murder weapon. Police said start of Ihe American Revolu- earlier it had not been found, lion. .... The Klein home is a split- When questioned about possi- level with an indoor swimming He attacks along the freedom pool It stands on a Ihree-acre Trail, a city official who wished lot shielded from Ihe nearest not to be named said: neighbors by woods and shrub- "Frankly, that's the kind of berv It was said Mrs. Klein thing we don t like lo lain aboul. The more publicity there is about it the more 8t hurts Etliics of Bankruptcy "All bankrupts," wrote Charles Lamb in 1829, "oujht to be hung." In so sayine, ihc linglish essayist was reflecting the historic view of bankruptcy as a form of punishment. The debtor who could not ray his bills had lo be disciplined as an object lesson to Ihe rest of Ihe populace. authori required Bond." In spite of that letter, Brown said final approval has still not ^"collie 3 na/eonfomed the that Waynesborough was (and apparently still is) a favorite slopofl teller v, (We understand, by the way, having talked with a certain it-law since we arrived back in Naugatuck, He was born April 17, 1972 in Friends may call at Ihe funeral 'aterbury, son of Edward M. home on Sunday evening from 7 Besides his parents he is Inlieuof Rowers which will be urvived by his maternal provided by the family, friends liked privacy. v' Canada Continued From Page 1 tied." tourism." Vandals doused the Bradford House, buill in 1674 by Major John Bradford, grandson of MacEachen said an order in Massachusetts' second Cover- council will be inlroduced later nor y,-[|ij am Bradford, with a this year to formally enact the ri aram able subslance and Ihen federal government's 200-mile sc) it a n re , causing about $1,000 limit. damage, authorities said. "1 wish to emphasize lhal the Firefighters responded within government will in no way ramu ies 0 [ [he 2:30 a.m. alarm, abandon its deep commitment A m( . ta i container filled with a to reaching mullilaleral solu- " vo i a ijie liquid substance" was lions to the law of the sea and foun| j outs ide Ihe house, fisheries in particular,", the "People around here don'l external affairs minister said. •-=-•'- -•«-=— ^ Today's iNuus Continued From Page 1 identified as members of Ihc September 23 Communist League killed six policemen in evidence hnking , ne a submachine gun attack on a incidcnts guard post to see these kinds of things happening because Ihey are proud of Ihe part their town played in Ihe building of America," said Kingston patrolman Kenneth Cram. Police said they could find no three were concerned the attacks on Modem Atncikan law. however, tlocs no! tasl bankmptcy in this punitive role. Instead, it has Ihesc In o basic purposes: 0 to give Ihc overburdened debtor a fresh Stan; and 2) (o divide his assets equitably among his creditors. Hut even today it is the honest debtor, nol the deadbeat, whom bankruptcy is intended lo help. Thus, banVruplcy does not ordinarily wipe out a debt ibal was incurred by fraud. One nun, realizing lhal he was as he was busy", Avcollie said. Brown and Krayeski have stated they feel the letter has been used improperly lo obtain sewer connection permits but noted Ihey will not object further to the permits since Ihe commission voted last month, over their objections, lo reaffirm the letter. Avcollie said thai Brown's "continued denial any formal approval was given only continues lo serve as an im- peachmenl of Mr. Krayeski's truthfulness when he signed a lelter Dec. 23, 1975 stating cm from it all." More about our trip anon...but we would like to take lime out lo A. Biggs of Derby; and by his Cerebral Palsy of Ihe Greater paternal grandmother, Mrs. Walcrbury Area, 61 Bidwell St., Margaret Welch of Naugaluck. Waterbury. His paternal grandfather was the late Thomas J. Welch of tank Chris Buckley of Ihe RU.don Mfg. Co. and Russ McMi.len of Naugatu*. He is also ^survived The Eastern Co. for pinch-hilling for us while we were away. It s ^^ i,t SCHOOL UI LUNCH always nice to know that we have friends in the offing. PARTING THOUGHT: Going to church is a habit that one should cultivate in 1976. ^^^^_ GOP Sets Tag And Bake Marijuana Continued From Page 1 phalically approval was given." raari j uana an d related sub- j 41A 9 Mill inn stances without regard to these C a l p I nT1 p ~] "\ v 9\n.i imuion mattm . wouW ^ mwjse _ n she saie June 10 A tag and bake sale is being sponsored by the Republican Party on Sunday, June 13 at the Pcddlars' Market on New Haven Road. Under the proposal vetoed by Continued From Page 1 "statistical variance." Caruso said Ihe extra money Mrs. Grasso the penally for a would come from an extra S3 first offense of selling the drug million in revenue and a saving would have been cut from a The funeral will be held Monday, June 7 at 8:30 a.m. from Funerals WARDELLROWEN WATERBURY - Funeral services for Wardell Bowen, 30, of H4 East Farm St., who died Thursday morning of injuries received when he fell from a cliff on Pine Hill at Holy Land, will be held Monday at 11 a.m. at the Keyes and Sanders Funeral Home, 69 Pearl St. The Rev. Harrison Bonner will officiate. Burial will be in new Pine Grove Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home tomorrow from 7 to 9 p.m. The family of Mr. Bowen will and are being sought b'y police using helicop- mmumenls m i gM increase. ters. "There's no hard evidence Enrique Martin del Campo , jnVj |he evel) , s to one stale police chief, said two of ano(her , do[ ,., tmn] , ar[ ybody the gunmen were identified as can any me group is David Jimenex Sarmiento, one re ™ sM e f or them." said of Ihe terrorist leaders. Another Kd>3 ^ f Ba i eSf specia i age nt was a man nicknamed 'The jp ^ o( fte g,^ off , ce O f Pope" (El Papa). ^ FBI Police said the same gunmen Hmveveri sta t e Public Safety later fired five shots at an ^^ ch ar ]es V Barry income lax office in nearby conced(!d Ac attacks might be Aztec Cily and abandoned one U)e mrk Qf antis< .hoo! busing nance company called for ihtbor- of the getaway cars. forces or ^gr radical groups. Spokesmen for established an- libusing groups have denied B MYST1C L Conn. tUPI)-,The r«P°<« Mystic Marinelife Aquarium has acquired Alex, the largest male belukha whale m cap- KITE FETE [jvily. WEST HARTFORD, Conn. Alex cavorts in the pool every (l |p|) _ Aboul 1,000 town day with his companion, y 0ur igsters plan lo fiy kites of was i =ss ihan ihe whole traih, iht Okanitoo, Ihe aquarium's young t |, e same classic "iwo-slick" female belukha whale, officials desi g n wtljcn their forebears sairj. flew more than 200 years ago. The mammal, who is_ on ne evenlp dubbed "Kite SIRS. PAOLO LaFAUC I WATERBURY - The funeral of Mrs. Rosaria (Piccolo) LaFauci, 76, widow of Paolo IjFauci, of 37 Lament St., who died Thursday at her home after of $5 million in slate spending maximum of seven years to Anyone willing to donate either thai was not anticipated. two years. ^g sale itcms w somc i^ea But Becker, who alleged for Possession o! marijuana goods is asked to call one of these receive friends at the funeral „ „ - months Mrs. Grasso undere- would have been punishable for nurabers . 723-0764, 729-0058, or homeSundayfrom8to9p.m.and hopelessly insolvent had papers slimaled the funds stale agen- the first offense by up to three 729-1031. pickup of items will be at other times at the home of his drann up for a Jechraiion of cies would not spend from their months in prison, compared to r,^^^ up i 0 j une 12 mother, Mrs. Elsie Bowen, 144 ' ' -••-' <••• uud ge(s, said the latest figures dne year and five years for less The coopera tr. orl ' 0 [ a n East Farm St., second floor. showed he was right. than four ounces or more than Rc p ub i icara in donating Hems Republicans claim Mrs. four ounces respectively under voM ^ g^ily appreciated. Grasso, a Democrat, painled a the present statute. gloomier picture than actually A Connecticut judge has ruled existed in order to claim credit Die state's present law uncon- PAINTERS STRIKE for putting the slate back on its slitutional because it did not HARTFORD, Conn. (UPI) — feet. differ between marijuana and About 300 union painters in the .... ... "What's been going on for the other "cannabis-type" drugs area OTI . e m strike today. No a brief illness, will be held today . last seven months is terrible," such as hashish. progress has been reported in at 8:15 a.m. from the Albini I Becker said. "They (the ad- Under the new bill, posses- negotiations lo end the strike, Funeral Home, 116East Farm St. I ministration) know their figures sion of such drugs would have ^ ic j, ^ an Tuesday when to St. Lucy's Church for a Mass at 1 haven't been realistic. H all been punishable by up to six contract talks with contractors 9- \ started with the estimate of the months in jail for a first faile< ] and a t^ye^ pad $80 million deficit." offense, while sale of them expired. Becker said he expected the would have a four-year max- ' ; state lo close Ihe books wilh a jmum sentence. permission lo facilities lo MRS.EDWARDSTANSARD : $15 million-$20 million surplus. The legislature will have a operate when it was "contrary HARTFORD — The funeral of J Tepper said the difference chance to override Ihe gover- t 0 prior approved planned Mrs. Barbara (Kelley) (Meyer) I between his estimate's and nor's decision at a special development of medical ser- Stannard, 46, of 29 Dennison St., = session called lo consider vices." will be held Monday al 8:30 a.m.! \ vetoed legislation. It is expect- The other measure would from the Green and Packer i ed later this month. require superintendents of state Funeral Home, 66 Terrace Ave., ! T » «K P bankruptcy. Bui before actually frline the pipm. he went on a bu>inp spree al several department slores with a still-good credil carJ- DiJ bankruptcy relieve him of Ihcsc debts? A court, finding his comlncl fraudulent, said no. "Not content to stllle for a fresh sun," said the court, "(he) abused the bankruptcy Uw. To the txtenl of these excesses, (tie) should not enjoy immunity from personal responsibility." On the other hand, the law also demands fair dealing on the ran of \tx creditor. Foreiample: The application form at a fi- rm ei to list "all" of his debt!. One customer listed just two, bu' only because the manager as sured him lhal Ihis would be sufficient. When he laier went bankrupt, The following lunch menus for local elementary and middle schools have teen announced by the school dielilion, Mrs. Margaret Coyle; Monday, June 7 -- Juice, grilled cheese sandwich, chips, fruit and chocolate milk. Tttfs., June 8 —Hamburg on bun with caUup, French friet potatoes, fruit jello, milk. Wed., June9— Grinder with lomato and lettuce, chips applesauce, chocolate milk Thurs., June 10 — Oven fried chicken, cranberry sauce, vegetable, roll an butler, slrawbtrry shorlcak and milk. Fri.. June II —Juice, tun boat, tossed salad, ice cream milk. WHICH ORGAN OF THE BODY HELPS US TO KEEP OUR BALANCE ? Burial will Cemetery. be in Calvary \ Caruso's was minimal when compared to the it 6S billion budget (or the fiscal year, which ends June 30. The court said if his statement display daily, is 13',i-feet long F | igriti - 76 » ^ be held June and weighs over one ton. He 12 Wl ^ a y, e sponsorship of the was captured in 1961 in Alaska,. ^^ Bicentennial Committee. ibe company insisted that ha debt. w hjch ends June 30. In an effort to clear up Ihe facilities lo consult with two Naugatucklo St. Francis Church' "' was not wirdI out «^ u «^ e «» "what you're really trying lo hundreds of bills on her desk, doctors before approving treat- Naugatuck, for a Mass at 9 ' i he court si/ed wiih the debtor *> is pick a number out of $1.6 Mrs. Grasso also returned menl or surgery for a patient Burial will be in SI. James 5 billion," he said. "That's only a unsigned two other measures, under his control in situations Cemetery, Naugaluck. She refused lo sign legislation where action is needed to keep There are no calling hours. I forcing the Commission on the palienl alive. = Hospitals and Health Care to she said-under that proposal | consider certain specific cril- a situation might occur where On July 11, the Democratic 1 eria in all of ils proceedings, the consent of two doctors National Convention meets in '\ Mountvtew piu» said the proposal might might not be obtainable in time New York City for Ihe first | 727 n u i>b«r Avinwl IHC to grant and the oatient miaht die. time since 1924. 1 Niununk, c«». A public lerticc feature of lh« American Bar A«»«iilion and the Connecticut Bir Auoei* Iron, 0 1976 American Bar Association difference of one half of one per cent of the total budget. We think our number is closer, but ! fUEMUES. n» Of>.n li Till OPTICIANS Hospital Hood banks, facilitating transfusions, were first (o ™^ established in 1938. the CHHC to grant and the patient might i A*

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