Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 31, 1969 · Page 5
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Poge 10 - NAUGATUCK NEWS (Conn.) Fri., Oct. 31, 1969 On Hit Local Scene Parked Car Mil Harold W. Burdick, 62,Ram- apoo Hd., Ridgefleld, was charged with failure to drive in the proper lane yesterday after an accident on Rubber Ave. in which he claimed he was unaware that he had struck a par «d vehicle owned by Robert tdler, 363 High St., which received a damaged left fender and talllight. Burdick will appear in court Dec. 12. Minor Crash Paul J. Everett, 17,974 Prospect St., was cited for failure to grant the right of way yesterday at the intersection of Prospect St. and East Waterbury Rd. Everett was southbound on Prospect St. and failed to see a car operated by June Bar- zilauskas, 49, 8 Van Rose Dr., North Haven, and struck the Barzilauskas car on the right side causing heavy damage. A court appearance has been slated for Nov. 17. Vandalism Several acts of vandalism occurred in the borough last night and were reported to police. Mainly the acts centered around car antennas. Those reporting antennas broken were: Mrs. Buckiey, 81 Manners Ave.; Mr. Abate, 21 Nixon Ave.; Joseph Kinnie, 92 GalpinSt.and Mrs. Joseph Shumski, 66 Ave. C. Beacon Falls. Dr. Rocco Cornacchia of Field St., told police that three times within the past week his porch light has been broken and that an outside pole lamp had been broken. TOKYO (UPl)- Japan will harvest 14 million tons of rice this year, its third largest crop on record, Agriculture Minister Shiro Hasegawa said today. $55 MILLION — The knight newspaper chain, headed by .John S. Knight (aboveI, becomes the nation's third largest in circulation with purchase of the Philadelphia Inquirer and the Philadelphia Daily Nev.-.«. an outlay of a tidy $55 million. Breach Of Peace Miguel Gonzales, 35, 59Rub- ber Ave., was arrested on a warrant charging breach of • peace stemming from an incident which occurred in the borough Oct. 25. He was released on $200 bond pending his appearance today. Wants It Back WASHINGTON (UPl) - The federal government wants to take back choice land obtained by a non-profit corporation for a nursing home in the center of Austin, Tex. in what one senator has called a multimillion dollar 'land grab' arranged by the Johnson administration. The Department of Health, Education and Welfare said Thursday in response to reporters' queries that it demanded "immediate* return of the land valued at several million dollars. Tony Pastor Dies NEW LONDON, Conn. (UPI)Tony Pastor, a big name in the big band era, died today in Lawrence and Memorial Hospital after a long illness. He was 62. Pastor, who was born Anthony Pestritto in Middletown, died at 9:40 a.m. Cause of death was not immediately known, however, Pastor had been stricken with a lingering illness. "lone Eagle" OK MANILA (UPl) - Charles A. Lindbergh said through a spokesman today he was amused at reports his plane had crashed Thursday, in a remote section of the Philippines. Lindbergh said it was only an emergency landing in a rice paddy. Former Police Chief To Face Perjury Count WATERBURY, Conn. (UPl) — Ex.poiice Chief carlo J. Pa. lomba will appear in Superior Court here Monday after his ar. rest for perjury that allegedly occurred during his testimony before a one-man grand jury In. vestigation of crime in the Wa. terbury area. Palomba, who was dismissed as police chief of nearby Water, town last July was arrested on a Superior court bench warrant Thursday and was released on $5,000 bond later in the day after a court appearance. A board of police commissioners dismissed palomba from his 29-year post after he .was convicted in Circuit Court on a charge of "obstructing an officer concerned in the administration of justice," which involved alleged alterations or destruction of court records in a theft arrest of a Water-town res. ident, Alan Manzolli. At that time, Assistant Superior court prosecutor Donald N. Vitale of Waterbury was also suspended for alleged involvement in the same case. According to Special Assistant Superior Court prosecutor William Secor Thursday, the perjury charge against Palomba involves the former chief's testimony before the one-man grand jury hearings conducted by P. B. O'Sullivan, a former chief justice of the State Supreme Court who is now state referee. O'Sullivan charged in June that all of the police and court records in Manzolli's arrest "were destroyed by Chief Palomba, as agreed to by him and Vitale." A substitute transmit, tal sheet for Dec. 14 was prepared at Palomba's direction, omitting Manzolli's arrest, ac- iy new york N' (Catherine Hepburn Sit,000 per vcck BY MEL HEIMER TE\V YORK — Things one New Yorker *| thinks about: Newspapers in seven major cities have rejected advertisements for "The Seven Minutes," the new novel dealing with pornography and obscenity . . . Present plans call for two "premieres" of the filmed "Hello, Dolly!" at the Rivoli here. On Dec. 16, the Police Athletic League will benefit from a $150-a-ticket performance; a day later the Variety Clubs will be beneficiaries of a $75-a-seat one . . . Ten years ago you could have bought an acre of ground near Orlando, Fla. for around $200. Tlie other day, an oil company paid $135,000. All because the new "Disney World" will be ,,„, ....... situated in that area . . . Jules Dassin is mending from two leg fractures suffered in Nice when he tripped over equipment while directing his wife Melina Mercouri in a picture '. . Kate Hepburn stands to make some $17,000 a week when she does "Coco" on Broadway, which would be the highest "legit" wage of :;11 time. * :> ? ~ J.ONDOXKKS AKK sirBiilnR over the propriety of Christinf Heeler's signed slory running in News of the World over there United jit't has: .started the longest scheduled non-stop American air route- -4,979 miles between New York and Honoludu The classics aiise! Milt Gross' famous books, "Nize Baby" and "He Done Her Wrong," are being brought out in reprint by Dover . . Raymond Burr, who already owns one island in the Bahamas, i.s hunting for a second . . . Movie production in France is slumping; up to 140 films a year have been made there, but the product to date is only half that . . . Don Rickles' dogged defense: "I'm not insulting. I'm just different. You always take . chances of criticism when you do something different" . . . CMA, the booking agency, is pushing- French singer-guitarist Sacha Distcl as potential movie material . . . Jackie Kennedy's two favorite pop singers reportedly are Carmen Macrae and Leslie Uggnnis. I toH pella Roese recently I didn't dig Carmen and she ativlspd, "Dot, t listen to her lyrics. She concentrates only on melodv. She's another instrument in the band." * * V » THE FACTORY, I.ns AnRclcs' publicized private social club, will open a branch in Chicago, come New Year's Eve. It'll be in the old Chicago HistoriV.sil Society Building . . . Rand McNally's new "International Atlas," with 556 pages and 285 maps, is marked by the first appeal-since of Skorpios Island, the Greek i'-'lo Seems si<>mpune wa.s married there a year ago . . . Edmond Oliricn i.s r-omliig bsi-k to r<><>aiiv."i.v after 16 years of movies. He'll star in "The Wundy fi-hemc," opening in December . . . Tuny N'-wlr-y. who's been singing at the Waldorf here, has teamed up cm.-n more with Leslie Brlcus.se, the songwriter who tiki tbe "Stop the World" score with Newley . . . London's small, elegant Berkeley Hotel, near Piccadilly, has closed down . . . Most impressive book to cross my desk in months: "History of the Royal Navy," edited by U. Com. P. K. Kemp for Putnam's. ' ' * * * * I'ATAC'HOII, >'<• ol«V tle-rutter (»hc used to snip pustomcru' mivflts In her P/irJsInn nightclub) is performing these nights in Die rcfttrmrnnl in the Eiffel Tower . . . Kansas City Is making plans to establish a Jaw. hall of fan"'. Who can you name, after Ixiuls Armstrong, Hint won't slnrt nn argument? . . . Mutual admirers' Joan Crawford njid Ethel Merman ... Joe Namath reportedly his a dozen business deals tossed his way each week. Ho oknys about on* In twenty-five . . . When Princess Grace sfnved nt the Regency, that posh hotel hart no Monncan flag in It* rolled Ion of 74, but OUR WHS handstltched In a single nfternaon. Conn. Blue Cross Continued From Page I to eliminate the too wide range of charges by Blue Cross member hospitals, Cotter said. Cotter also ordered the Blue Cross to adopt an experience rating plan; to amend all group contracts to provide for a "co. ordination of benefits" provision; to set maximum payments of $15 for emergency room cov. erage and provide contracts for additional coverage when de. sired; to develop a major medical plan; to set a maximum of 45 days per admission for pay. ments to those being treated for nervous-mental disorders, pulmonary tuberculosis, chronic alcoholism and drug addiction; to implement a subrogation clause in the contracts, and to submit a detailed budget of es. timated gross and net operating expenses for 1970 to make certain Blue Cross is keeping ex. penses at a minimum. Gives Opinion NEW YORK (UPD - The nation's top health official said Thursday he favored legal abortions in special cases and early sex education for children. Dr. Roger O. Egeberg, assistant secretary of health, education and welfare stressed, however, that his views were strictly his own and did not necessarily reflect those of the Nixon administration. Worker Killed CRANSTON, R.I. (UPl) — Vernor Porter, 36, of Cranston was killed Thursday when he fell from a forklift truck at the Entwhlstle Co. cording to O'SuJlivan. Manzolli, who was rearrested on the same theft charge, later pleaded guilty to a. substitute charge of larceny that involved about $10 million from a gaso. line station where he was employed. Board Of Continued From Page I Involve unaccepted streets was held. The mayor related that both surprise and confusion were expressed by several attending when it was learned that some of the projects still under bond went back to 1961. Many bonds are past the sail date and are still outstanding. The nlayOr said that provided insurance is still retained on the bonds there Is not too much of a problem. However, if the insurance companies have gone out of business, a serious problem is presented. Streets under discussion last night were HighridgeRd., bonded to Donald A. Carroll; Allerton Farms streets, Section 5, 4, 6 and 7 A bonded to Wood- tec Homes; West Hill Ter., Miller Dr., bonded to CC&P Co.; Hackett St. and Beacon Manor Rd., bonded to C.A. Einik; Gail Dr. bonded to Walter Dumonski; Marbern Lane, Briarwood dr., bonded to Mario Schiaroli; Oak Hill Estates and Fox Hill Rd., bonded to Harry Schmitz Jr.; Sunnybrook Rd., Timothy Rd., and Partridgetown Rd.; bonded to E.J. Smith; Hickory Hill Rd. and Round Hill Rd., also bonded to E.J. Smith; and Debbie La., Linda Ct. and Miller Dr., bonded to CC&P Co. The bonds ran from a low of $2,250 to a high of just under $20,000 with the scope of the project determining the amount of the bond, the mayor reported. With 21 streets still left for review, for which no meeting date has been set, the mayor said that it will now be determined just what can be done to see that these streets are completed, and why they have not been completed. "While technically the borough is not responsible for unaccepted streets," the mayor said, "suit can still be brought Parents Night At Hillside School Set Hillside School's Parents Night will be on Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m. The open house program, an annual event, will offer the parents an opportunity to visit the school and meet •with the teachers. Parents are requested to report to the Hillside School gymnasium at 7 o'clock. A short program will be presented before the visiting period. All parents of Hillside School students are invited to attend. Talks Fruitless PARIS (UP!) - Former President Lyndon B. Johnson went on television a year ago today to announce he was halting the bombing of North Vietnam because "the Paris talks have entered a new and very much more hopeful phase." "The United States can now expect . . .prompt,, productive, serious and intensive negotiations in a atmosphere conducive to progress,' Johnson told the nation. After 40 sessions of the full- scale talks, 10,000 Americans killed and 67,171 wounded in Vietnam, the main topic at the former Hotel Majestic is still how the talks should be conducted rather than how to end the fighting. against the borough if, for instance, a street is not plowed and there is a fire and emergency equipment cannot getinto the street." The mayor concluded by stating that a long hard look into bonding procedures will <be undertaken to see that existing and future projects are completed. 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