Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 13, 1949 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, October 13, 1949
Page 7
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Largest oept. store Telephone 3742 McGrath To Speak At State Bar Association Meeting Hartford, Oct. 13—Hartford has been chosen for the 74th annual meeting and banquet of the State Bar Association of Connecticut, and for two days, Monday. Oct. 17 and Tuesday, Oct. 18, over 1,000 lawyers from every corner of the state will gather at the County Building to participate in an elaborate program of lectures, reports and meetings. The morning session on Monday the 17th, will be devoted to a joint meeting of the Probate and Estate Practice Section and the Bank and Trust Company Law Section. Carlos Holcombe, Esq., a member of the Hartford bar and a trust officer of the Hartford National Bank and Trust Company, will speak on "Trust Problems and the New Statutes," and Hon. Russell Z. Johnston, Judge of Probate for the district of Hartford, will discuss "New Probate Legislation and Cases." On Monday there will also b'e lectures and reports on Real Property legislation and a discussion from the Chairman of the Uniform Practice Committee. iting professor of law at Harvard University, will speak to the Junior Bar of Connecticut on Tuesday, Oct. 18, at 10:00 a. m. on "The Russian Mind as Reflected Through Soviet Law." McGrath to Speak At 6:30 p .m. at a banquet in the Hartford .Club in Hartford, the gathering conventioneers will hear an address by the Hon. J. Howard McGrath, Attorney General of the United States. This annual banquet wilf be attended by some 500 members of the Association and speakers will include H. J. Gallagher, president of the American Bar Association, Governor Chester Bowles, various members of the Bench of the State of Connecticut including Chief Justice William M. Maltbie. The toastmastcr for the banquet will be the president of the Association, iCharlis W. Pettengill of Greenwich who will retire from office at the close of the annual banquet and formally turn over the gavel to the incoming president, Samuel H. Platcow Professor Harold J. Berman, 1 vis- of New Haven. Disturbing Increase In Arrests Noted For Passing School Buses Hartford, Oct. 13— (Special)—• State Motor Vehicles Commissioner Cornelius F. Mulvihill today reported a '/disturbing increase ir. arrests for passing" standing schocj'l buses. The state official explained tha.t 139 driven* were arrested for this offense in Connecticut during: the first eight months ol this year against 109 such arrests ir. the like 1948 period. Another 37 drivers were given •vvp.i-ning's by state or local police this year for violating this school bus law. "Warnings were issued where violations were not serious cnoiurh to warrant arrests. However, these warned drivens were summoned to official hearings by the Department of Motor Vehicles to show cause why _, thnir licenses should NOT be suspended," Commissioner Mulvihill said. "This is disturbing. Rassinpr a standing school bus is a serious offence ajrainst our traffic laws. It calls for severe penalties because it endangers children in • those buses," the commissioner stated. In cases where warnings were issued, most licenses were sus- for various periods of time. Commissioner Mulvihill said that suspensions were ordered "to impress these drivers with the fact that they cannot, in even the slightest (manner, risk the Jives of Connecticut Children on Connecticut roadways." Drivers convicted of passing standing: school buses may obtain limited driving liccnsea. "-but only when they have furnished proof of financial responsibility, which usually is heavy insurance cover> ago," Commissioner Mulvihill said. "From our experience in the department, iwe know that insurance companies are extremely reluctant to insure this type of driver," the commissioner said. Among: those arrested this year, 113 were fcur.d guilty, 12 received nolles. eight forfeited bonds, three had judgment suspended and "only three were found not guilty," Commissioner Mulvihill stated. Oonnectieiit law provides a maximum penalty of a. $100 fine for a first conviction and a $500 fine for" a second conviction on charges of passing a' standing school bus the state official explained. You ought to be driving a Wtf/tf A Product of General Motors Here 9 s Where the Best Begins! YoH.mre face to face with something very special among automobiles when you become acquainted with a 1949 Pootiac—for here is where the best begins. You can sense this, of course, simply by looking at Pontiac. Its Silver Streak styling has a sparkling personality all its own —Pontiac is far the most beautiful thing on wheels. Then get behind the trim steering wheel and you'll know beyond all doubt that here is automotive quality at its best! You will know why Pontiar.'s engines—straight eight or six—are called "the sweetest engines on the road." You'll know, too, the wonderful ease and convenience of GM Hydra-Matic*, for Pontiac is still the lowest-priced car offering this miracle of automatic driving. car spirit—its smoothly tailored upholstery, its smartly styled hardware, its wonderfully generous size. Every interior detail is brand new—and in the finest Fisher Body tradition. built to deliver economical, reliable performance for 100,000 miles—or more. Why not drop in for a visit soon and see for yourself exactly where the best begins? The Most BeautUul Thing on Wheels-Pins All These Added Advantages! 1. America's Lowest-Priced Straight Eight 2. Completely New Bodies by Fisher " 8. Wider Seats—Added Room 4. Wide, Easy-Access Doors 8. New Wide-Horizon Curved Windshield «. New Dial-Cluster Dash T. New Finger-tip Starter Button on Instrument Panel •. New Low.Preaoure Tires, 15" Wheels and Wider Rims 600 High Street ». Exclusive New "Traveliix" Ride 1O. Ponliae Famous Improved Straight Eight and Six Cylinder Engines 11. New Ventilating System 12. Lowest-Priced Car with General Motors Hydra-Malic Drive* 18. Carry-More Luggage Space 14. Safe-T-Ncw Driver View *Hydra*Matic Drive optional on all model* at extra cojl. HARRIS RACKE THIRI'S MOM COMFORT m A PONTIAC I Everything you touch—everything you do—is jo much nicer in a Pontiac! The doors, for example-, are wider for easy, graceful entry or exit. Pontiac's seats —front and rear—are wide and comfortable, offering plenty of leg-room, and head-room. Every mile seems shorter and smoother when you're in u Pontiac. Naugatuck, Conn. NAUGATPCK NEWS (CONN.). THURSDAY, OCT. 13. 1949-PAGE 7 ELU'S WHOLESALE AND RETAIL WESTERN DRESSED BEEF 1298 So. Main St. * 1567 So. 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