Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 7, 1949 · Page 5
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 5

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Carter Designates Next Week For Fire Prevention Program Warden Harry L. Carter today designated the week beginning Sunday as Fire Prevention Week and in a proclamation urged "every citizen to do his part in eliminating all possible cause of lire in his borne or in his business. Fire Prevention Week will be observed next week, with several features having been arranged by Melvin P. Engelstad, executive vice- president of the Chamber of Commerce and* fire officials. Warden Carter's proclamation follows: WHEREAS fires claim lives of our citizens each year; and WHEREAS many deaths from fires are those of children and .'.he fires causing these deaths could be prevented by eliminating fire hazards: and , WHEREAS^destruction of either industry, business or homes is a vital loss to our city; and WHEREAS Naugatuck has won national recognition for its fire prevention work for two consecutive years, and it is to our interest to keep Naugatuck's citizens and property as safe from fire as possible: THEREFORE, I. Harry L. Carter, Warden of the Borough of Naugatuck, do hereby designate the week beginning- October K, 1949, as Fire Prevention Week. Trio Sought In Two Hartford Holdups (By United Press) Three armed bandits who held up two package store owners, netting more than (350, are being sought by Hartford police. One liquor store owner said that the trio ordered him at gunpoint to hand over $200. And 30 minutes later at another end of the city, another package store proprietor reported that two armed bandits forced him to hand over J155 in cash and checks. Descriptions given to police have led them to believe the holdups were the work of the same men.,,. I direct all of the departments of the Borough government, and particularly the Fire Department and schools, to assist in arousing the public to the seriousness of the fire problem. I earnestly request every citizen to do his part in eliminating all possible cause of fire in his home or in his business. I urge that the school children of this community be given appropriate instructions to inspect their own residence, and that their parents assist them in this effort. TN WITNESS WHEREOF, 1 have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the Borough of Naugatuck to be affixed. Done in the Borough of Naugatuck this fifth day of October in the year of our Lord nineteen hundred :md forty-nine. HARRY L. CARTER, Warden. Hospital Officials Study Nurses Plans Connecticut hospital officials arc studying a request for higher '.vages, a pension plan and a -10- hour week. A 14-point program which in *^any instances follows the pattern of labor union demands, was 1 revealed at the final session of the Connecticut State Nurses association convention in Hartford. It has the approval of the nurses organization and the Connecticut Hospital association. A 10 per cent pay boost for general staff nurses is suggested, with starting salaries at $2,280. The nurses would also like overtime pay, salary adjustments for night duty and a contributory pension plan. No date for adoption of the policies has been set. Pilot Of Strafing Plane Identified By Air Secretary (By United Press) The Connecticut Air National Guard pilot involved in the strafing of a fishing boat off the Massachusetts coast Sept. 2 has been identified. In Washington, Air Secretary Stuart Symington said the pilot who sent more than a half-dozen slugs into the fishing vessel was | First Lieut. George F. Dohna. The strafing incident occurred on •To Man's Land during Air National Guard maneuvers. The fish- ng boat was tied up at a dock .vhich i_s in a restricted area when Oohna swooped down and opened his guns. The captain of the vessel and his crew jumped into the water and were not hurt. According to Symington, Dohna did not see the boat tied to the dock ir the men and did not maliciously fire on them. He said the tide was low and only the tip of the mast of the boat was visible above '.he deck. But the Air Secretary believes Dohna exercised poor judgment In firing at an object that might have material value. In addition to identifying the pilot whose name had been withheld by Connecticut Guard authorities, Symington ordered that no object be used as an aiming point by an airplane when it might conceivably have material value. 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