Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 3, 1949 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

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Legion Names Committee To Arrange Annual Ball Howard Walsh was named chairman of the committee in charge of Post No. 17, American Legion's 30th annual Armistice Ball, at a meeting of the Post last night in Legion Memorial home, on Cedar street. Other members of the committee named were: Henry Bagley, Edward Wilcox, Edward Griffith, Stanley Oldakowski, Frank Castagna, and Edward Nolde. Tickets may be obtained from members of the committee or post. The Ball will be held Saturday evening. Nov. 12, in Pythian Hall. Commander Charles Clark presided at the business meeting. Following the session three motion pictures were shown. Commander Clark said today that a steak dinner will be served prior to the Armistice Ball. The dinner will be served at 8:30 o'clock in the St. Michael's Episcopal Church parish house. Drass for the ball will be semi-formal, he saM. Members expressed disapproval of the way in which the American Flag had been relocated at the Tcwn Hall. The Post went on record as favoring a recommendation to the Naugatuck Veterans Council that the borough be c\>n- Former Legislator Dies In Bradford (By TJnitnd Press) A former congressman from New York who also served in the Connecticut legislature is dead at his home in Branford. Jerome F. Donovan was 77 years old. He represented New Haven in the General Assembly in 1901 and later moved to New York city. He was apopinted to the United States House of Representatives • to fill a vacancy in 1918 hut two years later was defeated when he ran for reelection. 40-Hour Work Week Depends On Budget (By United Press) At the State Capitol, the state nersonnel chief says a 40-hour week for state workers , depends on the budget. Glendon A, Scoboria has been asked to put as many stat employes on a 40 hour week as pos — ..„ - -.„ sible. He-says the number of state gev'"stronger pole so"that'ncTrepe- workers to-be placed on a shor - - • - len wor k week depends on whether the the institutional budgets can stand th tacled relative to installing tition of the recent acciclen th» flag pole broke under weight of. the flag, will occur. extra payroll. THRIFTY MEN BUY GARSTON CLOTHES OVER and OVER and OVER Again! BECAUSE. 1. THEY LIKE THE FIT! 2. THEY LIKE THE-PRIGE! 3. THEY LIKE THE EXPERT ALTERATIONS ... AT NO EXTRA CHARGE! 4. THEY LIKE TO CHOOSE FROM THE LARGEST SELECT ION IN WATERBURY! 5. THEY LIKE NATIONAL BRANDS! 6. THEY LIKE THE CONVENIENCE OF GARSTON'S EASY DIVIDED PAYMENTS! SUITS — TOPCOA TS START AT $37 50 OTHERS FROM $42.50 TO $80.00 OUTER JACKETS by McGregor by Foster bv Shaiihouse JUST A REMINDER from $ 10 .95 Others $15.95 to $29.50 All styles ... all sizes to o2. 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(.Central Press Association} NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), THURSDAY, *OV. 3, 1019—PAGE Je-Bop On Sour Side, Armstrong Asserts (By 'United Press) The hottest jazz trumpet in the world blew a sour blast at be-bop ast night. The king of jazz trumpeters, oV Satchmo himself, Louis Armstrong, ays we can forget about be-bop. •It's blowing itself out," he says, jut jazz and swing are here to stay. In Paris for four jazz concerts, Armstrong told the British-Amer- .can Pres club he thinks be-bop is lean Press club he thinks be-bop is KOCS on. "is nothing but friction and squeezing notes 'out of a, poor trumpet. It's a bad influence." Arrntsrong says that while in Rome, he told Pope Pius XII all about jive. Saying, "I told the Pope I played any kind of music and that I played jazz -as well as symphony concerts. I told him the kind of music I played would last and last because it's a music from the heart." COMBINATION ALUMINUM STORM WINDOWS & DOOBS NEW ENGLAND SALES CO. ALSCO £82 Bank St., Waterhury Phone 4-9219 Seymour Undertaker Held Responsible (By United Press) Coroner James J. Corrigan has held a Seymour undertaker criminally responsible for the automobile death of a 12-year-old bjy two months ago. Corrigan says that James F. Shay was driving too fast when his car struck and killed Anthony Copolla, The accident could have been avoided, Corrigan finds, if Shay had been driving slower. FOR A DIFFERENT BREAKFAST, BSE FtAKORU CORN MUFFIN MIX U*e Flakorn for crisp «nd tender piping hot corn muffin*. U-m-m-m! Easy — just add ma egg and milk, and bake. Always delicious—quality ingredients, precision-mixed. Wet Drivers Can Be Arrested On Private Highways (By United Press) Drunken drivers beware! A Superior court judge at Hartford says intoxicated persons can be arrested even if they are not driving on a public highway._ Judge J. Howard Roberts has ruled that to be found ffuilty of drunken driving does not necessarily mean that the violation must occur on a pvfblie high-way. The judge gave his opinion in rulinor against a demurrer filed for 26-year-old Wilfred J. Piette of Rockville. He was found" guilty of drunken driving in a town court after noliee said he was intoxicated in his car on a private road at Babb's Park. Piette -was sentenced to six-months* In jail as A ."econd offender but has appealed the case. Four Recovering From Fire Hurts (By United Press) At New Haven, four firemen are recovering at their .homes this morning from injuries receivec while fightinR a blaze in an engraving plant. The firemen were standing in a doorway when they were rocked by an explosion. Three of the smoke eaters were treated a a hospital for burns and bruises and discharged.- Injured in the fire at the Leh man Brothers plant were Joseph "bowery, Frederick Holloran, Cap tain John Purcell and Paul Abt. 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