Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 7, 1969 · Page 12
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 12

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, November 7, 1969
Page 12
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Pofle 12 - NAUGATUCK NEWS (Conn.) Fri., Nov. 7, ,1969 On Mocal Scene Man Arrested William Palamar Jr., 29,185 Cherry St., was cited for breach of peace following a disturbance at a North' Main St. restaurant Wednesday night. Palamar appeared in court yesterday to answer the charge Antenna Broken Gary Bibeau, 129 Lewis St., told police the antenna had been broken off his car Monday night. Hole In Window Mrs. Dugal reported a B-B hole in a store window at 102 Spring St. 2-Car Crash No enforcement action was taken in a two-car accident on Rubber Ave. Wednesday when a car operated by Mrs. Diane Laskowski, 23, 607 Millville Ave., struck a car operated by Gary C. Boudrier, 64 Nixon Ave., as she turned into a parking lot. Damage to both vehicles was light, police said. Improper Lane A borough driver, Pattie D. Burke, 19, 120 May St., was issued a summons for failure to drive in the established lane Wednesday afternoon after the car she was driving south or Route 8 skidded on the wei pavement and struck the center guardrail, damaging the front of her car. No injuries Were reported and the accident was investigated by State Police Trooper Brown. Driver Charged Thomas F. Edmonds, 50, Woodcrest Dr., was cited for failure to obey a traffic control signal Wednesday at the intersection of North Main and Union Sts. He will appear in court Dec. 8 - t o answer the ctes|^. He was also issued a written warning for driving after drinking. Traffic Signal James H. Zembruski, 22,115 North Hoadley St., wascitedfor failure to obey a State Traffic Signal at the intersection of Prospect and Union Sts. yesterday. Zembruski will appear in court Dec. 22. Itreach Of Peace Mario Carneiro,29,154Ward St., was arrested on a warrant charging him with breach of peace yesterday. The offense occurred in Naugatuck Oct. 5 and Carneiro is slated to appear in court today. Vandalism Two incidents of vandalism were reported to police yesterday. Mr. Trask, 288 Cherry St., reported the antenna broken off his car while it was parked at his home and Mr. Perriello, 208 Spencer St., told police the heater hose on his car had been cut while parked at his home. Nil Hun Myrtle Ouellette, HampleDr. Wolcott, told police early today that a hit-and-run driver had struck her car which was parked at the AP parking lot leaving a 10-inch dent in the right front door. Officer Thomas Hunt investigated the complaint. Slop Sign Anna C. Pagano, 56,131 Hos- engarten Dr., Waterbury, was charged with failure to obey a slop sign at Route 68 and Bridge St. today. A court appearance has been slated for Dec. 1. Driver Warned Israel Recio, 64, 866 Maple Hill Rd., was Issued a written warning for failure to grant the right of way after the car he was driving out of a driveway yesterday struck the front of a car operated by Clark R. Stocker of St. Josoph Rd., Mid- dlPbmy, who was traveling OP. Cherry St. Suspended License WATERTOWN - Michael E. Hayes, 19, of 139 Lewis St., Naugatuck, was charged Tuesday night with operating a motor vehicle under a suspended license. Hayes is scheduled to appear in Waterbury Circuit Court Oec. 2. Man Charged Basil C. Sestak, 57,256 North Main St., was arrested on a warrant charging him with making false statements yesterday. The offense occurred in Naugatuck, October 31. Parking Fines Three persons were arrested on warrants yesterday for violation of a borough parking ordinance. All posting $5 cash bonds were: Charles C. Petty, 532 North Main St., Waterbury; Peter Baptiste Jr., 13 Putnam St., Waterbury, and Carter M. Brown, 241 Columbus Ave., New Haven. Hits Parked Car Andrew Perock, 38, Perock La., was charged with operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated last night following an accident on Andrew Ave. where a truck operated by Perock struck a car parked on the right side of the street owned by Albert C. Youle, 60 Scott St. Perock was booked at the station and Youle was given a parking ticket for parking on the wrong side of the street. Both vehicles were extensively damaged. A court appearance was slated for Dec. 1. Tremor Hits Alaska ANCHORAGE, Alaska (UPI) -- A "moderately strong" earthquake occurred Thursday about 60 miles from the Aleutian island where the U.S. exploded a one-megaton hydrogen bomb a month ago. It was felt only slightly at the nearest populated area, Adak Naval Station. The National Earthquake Information Center in Rockville, Md., said the quake occurred at 3:20 p.m. EST and registered 5.8 on the Richter Scale. Personality Change ROME (UPI) --TheAmerican lawyer defending accused airline hijacker Raffaele Minichiello may base his defense on a "personality change" he said his client underwent after serving in Vietnam. The lawyer, Marvin Mitchelson, made the statement to newsmen 1 Thursday as he arrived in Rome with Minichiello's mother, Maria, and 18- year-old sister, Anna, both of Seattle, Wash. Schoolbus Topples BUTZBACH, Germany (UPI) -A military school bus with 41 American children skidded on an icy highway today and flipped over a guard rail into a ditch, a U.S. Army spokesman said. The spokesman said one 14- year-old boy died in the crash and seven other children were rushed by Army medical helicopter to the Army's 97th General Hospital in Frankfurt. But the spokesman said none of those detained in the hospital was in critical condition. An announcement from Army headquarters identified the dead boy as Harold Pierson, son of S-Sgt. and Mrs. James A. Pierson of Summerfeld, Fla. Arabs Warned TEL AVIV (UPI) - Deputy Premier Yigal Allon Warned Lebanon and Syria today they are vulnerable to Israeli intervention If they allow Arab guerrillas to go too far in attacks from their territory. Israel sent its warplanes today against Jordan, its fourth Arab neighbor, In retaliation for a morning attack on an Israeli patrol near the Sea of Galilee, a Tel Aviv military spokesman announced. N e i t h e r side r e p o r t e d casualties In the Incidents, but one Israeli was reported wounded In a later exchange. WORCESTER, Mass. (UPI- Tultlon at Assumption College will increase $400 In September 1970 to $2,000 per year, It was announced Wednesday. Fife, Drum I nit To March Sunday The Naugatuck Fife and Drum Corps will march with the local Crusader Post, Veterans of For. eign Wars, In the 'Speak Out* parade to be held In Norwich on Sunday. Members are to meet at the Post Home on Rubber Ave. at 9:45 a.m. wearing their uniforms. They are reminded to bring a lunch. The Corps will also be marching In the Veterans Day parade to be held In Naugatuck Tues. day evening. At the last competition which the unit entered in West Hart, ford, the Corps won a first place trophy for playing In their class. Mary Galesld received a first place medal for majoring. The event was sponsored by St. Jus. tin's Drum Corps of West Hart, ford. Merger Approved BOSTON (UPI) -- Stockhold. ers of the Boston and Maine Industries voted Wednesday to approve a merger with United Continental Development Corp., a California-based land develop, ment company. Firefighters .Continued From Pag«'f If a man wanted a day off, he should turn in nine hour credit slips and if he wanted a night off, turn in 15 hour credit slips. Clarification of time off when death occurs to a step-relation was also asked. The immediate family In the contract Is named with no reference to step-fathers, mothers, children, etc. The commissioners stated that step-relations were not covered within the frame of the contract. However, time off would be at the discretion of the chief. The spirit of the meeting was on the whole, genial. But both sides have found difficulty working under some terms of the contract and confusion on interpretation needed airing.' Job Bank WASHINGTON (UPI) -- The Labor Dept. announced Wednesday Providence, R.I., has been designated for a computerized job bank program which will provide daily up-to-date lists of jobs available to the disadvantaged and unemployed. NEW CHAIRMAN OF THE Naugatuck Sewer Authority, William dishorn, conducted his first meeting last evening. Left to riqht in this view are: Clisham, Francis Schildgen, Thomas O'Loskey, Hans Nissen and Ralph Sundberg. -(News Photo by Kabelka) ·K ertaining i Crystal Chip ? 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CHOOSE FROM 2 CHRISTMAS CLUB PLANS REGULAR WEEKLY PAYMENT $ .50 1.00 1 2.00 3.00 5.00 10.00 CHRISTMAS CHECK FOR $ 25.00 50.00 100.00 150.00 250.00 500.00 AUTOMATIC WEEKtY TRANSFER $ 1:00 2.00 3.00 5.00 10.00 20.00 CHRISTMAS CHECK FOR $ 50.00 , 100.00 150.00 250.00 500.00 1000.00 The Colonial Bank and Trust Company WATERBURY · BRIDGIWATER · CHtSHIRE · K E N T - MIRIOtN . NAUGA1UCK . NtW MILIORI) · S H A R O N - SOUTHBURY · THOMAS10N . WAUINGfORD . WAURTOWN . WOLCOJT . WCOOBURY

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