Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 27, 1949 · Page 4
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PAGE 4—NAPGATCCK NEWS (CONN.). THURSDAY. OCT. 27, IMP UP Correspondent Finds Little Cash Evident In Mine Towns HUGE CROWD ATTENDS U.N. CORNERSTONE CEREMONY Most Coal Miners On Strike Living On Qompany Credit (By United Press) United Press Correspondent Robert Schubert wanted to learn how- things were going among the striking coal miners. He went to Ronco, Penn., and found most of the miners living on stores operated by the' big United States Steel corporation which runs the mines in the area... stores at •which the miners can get credit. Said the U-P man, "The only cash money I saw during the time I was there was the nickel I spent for a,package of chewing gum." He says the candy case was never opened although miners' children Hocked in during the after- school "rush" hour when they pick up. the family orders. One miner said,- "It's sure rugged on the guys with big families. on relief like a lot of others are doing." He added. "Most of the guys I know would like to go back to work for the old contract, but we'll wait for the telegram from John L. Lew- | is saying :it's okay to go back." I At Energy, 111., 39-year-old Bill Walker says he's had enough He's about ready to quit the mines fo rgood. He says, "I like mining and it provides a good income when I'm working.. .But that's the trouble. The work isn't steady enough," However, he says most of the miners would never quit the pits for other-kinds of work. He says. "The miner is an independent individual. The work is hazardous, but most men who have worked the mines for • a long time don't feel much like making a change." The need for emergency relief for striking steelworkers sent about 39 solicitors campaigning through Baltimore today for funds. One union official said: "The C-I-O steelworkers have in the past more than fulfilled their quotas for char- I know a fellow who has six kids. I ity drives, and we ask the peo- He owes the company store $800 ' pie to give us the same consideru- already. He's going to have to go tion now." YOU SAVE AT CHESTER'S ON BOMBER JACKETS Water Repellant Shell Alpaca Lined -Throughout Mens $9.75 up All Wool — 4 Pocket JACK SHIRT $5.95 up BOYS JACK SHIRTS $5,50 up Guaranteed Savings of $3.50 on Each Pair of Trousers. Choice of Wool, Gabardine, Sharkskin, Tweed. TEH'S ARMY & NAVY SURPLUS STORE 24 SOUTH MAIN STREET Naugatuck Phone 6919 OPEX DAILY 9—6 — FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 9 P. M. THOUSANDS OF SPECTATORS are shown at the cornerstone-laying of the United Nations permanent home In New York City. The ceremonies were held on the fourth anniversary of the International organization. At the time this picture was made, President Truman was on the stand with Gen. Carlos Romulo, president of the Genera) Assembly, and other high U.N. dignitaries. In his speech, the President called on the world for arms and atomic erieray control, better living conditions for all and a resoect for human riehts. (Intemationall TRUMAN CALLS FOR ARMS CONTROL SPEAKING AT THE OUTDOOR cornerstone-laying ceremony for the new home of the United Nations in New York, President Truman calls for arms and atomic energy control, better living conditions for all and a respect for human rights. The President's address, delivered on the fourth anniversary of the U.N. was his first major foreign policy declaration cinr>» Hicnlnciirp nf Ihft Snvipt. stnmip pvnlncinn. 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According to informed sources at Cleveland, the left-wingers are dissatisfied over the organization's demand that individual unions follow executive hoard policy on domestic and foreign affairs. The left-wing- unions are said to be prepared to object during the .convention. The battle is expected to be aired when delegates aer asked to boot left-wing officials from the organization's executive board. Queen of Roses LOVELY Shirley Talbott of Washington, D. C., is pictured after she was crowned "the Nation's Rose Show Beauty Queen of 1949." She was selected by the,National Rose Growers Association for the coveted title. (International Soundphoto) Special Election In West Haven West Haven, Oct. 27—(UP)—A special election must be held to pick a successor to State Representative Humbert M. Orio. The Republican legislator, who was- elected last November, resigned two days ago so he could gi%'e .more time to his college studies. Attorney General William L Haden says that a apccial election must be .held to select another representative. P. S. K. MEETING Torrington, Oct. 27^(UP>—The Connecticut Past Exalted Rulers Association will hold its annual meeting on Sunday. President John P. Gilbert of Danbury will preside over the meeting. Annual reports will be submitted and an election of officers will be held. smallest of Canada's provinces. Prince Edward Island is the HOW TO OUTSMART AMAMT Since ancient titties, the ant has been a symbol of hard work. But did you ever see an ant looking relaxed? With your labor you can buy leisure. Outsmart the ant by saving. Start an account today. Slugged by Thug SPORTING a lacerated cheek one wearing a stunned "what hit me" expression, policeman Joseph Morrissey sits in the offices of a New York packing and shipping company, after a bandit had slugged him with a gun. Fleeing with a $4,000 payroll Morrissey was guarding, the thug used the subway for his getaway. 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