The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on September 14, 1970 · 18
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The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts · 18

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Monday, September 14, 1970
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Boston Evening Globe Monday, September 14, 1973 METRO Cambridge 'harems' due for close scrutiny IS fn if Chief to announce Brockton decision BROCKTON Police Chief Joseph Johnson is expected to announce today whether he will fight attempts by Mayor John E. Sullivan to oust him. The dispute with the mayor surfaced last week when Mayor Sullivan refused to ask the Civil Service Commission to grant Johnson a continued leave of absence from his perma nent position as a police lieutenant. Mayor Sullivan said he decided not to seek the continued leave of absence because he "lost confidence in Johnson as chief of police." R.I. man charged after police chase WRENTHAM A 40-year-old Woonsocket, R.I., man was arraigned today on charges stemming from one of the wildest car chases in years. Napolean Croteau, was charged with speeding, driving to endanger, failure to stop for a police officer, assault and battery, and transportation of a stolen, car across state lines, during an 82-mile chase. Judge Ellis F. Brown ordered the case continued to Sept. 18 and remanded Groteau to the Dedham House of Correction in lieu of $2000 bail. The chase began early yesterday morning on Rte. 128 when Trooper Edward DeAngelis of Norwell Barracks saw the alleged stolen car. . - Together with police from several communities, DeAngelis pursued the car down 128 to Rte. 95, then to Rte. 495 to Franklin, then to Bellingham and Woonsocket, R.I., Croteau led officers into Blackstone and then back to Bellingham where he was halted after he hit a police car on Old Elm rd. Officers said the chase lasted an hour-and a-half and at times the cars reached speeds of 110 miles an hour. No one was injured during the chase or when the police car was struck. Bedard arraigned for Revere murder A 27-year-old Methuen man was charged with murder today in connection with the gangland-type slaying of a Somerville man in Revere Aug. 21. Police said Patrick Bedard, 27,. of Methen, was held without bail on a charge of murder and the case continued to Sept. 21 in Chelsea District Court. Bedard is the second person charged in the death of George Cochran Jr., 37, of Somerville, whose body with three gunshot wounds in the head was found on Temple St., Revere. Arthur Fano, 34, of Lawrence, was arraigned in the same court on Aug. 30. SP ringfield nabs 3 4-S for Hingham theft SPRINGFIELD Three local men were arrested over the weekend and charged in connection with the theft of more than $14,000 in antique firearms from a Hingham home May 25. Charged were Edward Bousquet, 36, taken into custody at a Connecticut fair where voluntarily agreed to return here; his father, eGorge A., 74, and Ralph V. Seven, 58. The Bousquets were charged with receiving stolen goods, while Sevens was charged with aiding in the concealment of stolen property. 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"Some apartments are like harems, with seven to nine girls sharing rooms, each paying up to $50 apiece for the privelege," Sullivan said. He said he talked with two girls who worked in Quincy. They told him, "We have to live in Cambridge, because that's where the action is." councilor 'These hippies are coming from everywhere, some of them look like they came out from under rocks. The city has become a Mecca for hippies, transients, and runaways from all over the country these people are contributing to the great rise in the Cambridge crime rate." - He charged that rents have gone up in some instances to more than $300 and the apartments are being taken by numbers of persons, including boys and girls living together. Sullivan said he would also ask that a special census be taken of all persons who reside In the city but claim residence in other states, plus listing of all out-of-state cars in the city. He said that the city's colleges do not allow students to bring cars on the campus unless they can show they have a parking place for the car in the city. He told The Globe he would also ask for 50 more police officers for the department. "We have so many policemen going up to Har vard Square all the time that the rest of the city is left unprotected." POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT So. Boston and Dorchester VOTERS ELECT ATTORNEY JOHNJ.O'CALUGHIN "Best Qualified Candidate" year next Wards 6 & 7 Democrat Mary B. Callashaw, 574 E. Broadway, South Boston. REPRESENTATIVE Listen to the Happy Gourmet every day on WBZ, WHDH, WEZE, WEEI and WJIB-FM and take off where chefs never dared before. 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