Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 10, 1949 · Page 9
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 9

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, November 10, 1949
Page 9
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UPRESENTED AS A TRUE FRAGMENT ol the famed Blarney Stone, a bit ot rock, plaster mounted, is examined in San Francisco by State Board of Chairman George Reilly (left) and San Francisco Director J ' C Ge - T ™ "'one, exhibited at . church fair Eyanson Denounces Bowles Educational Aid Program , - - — „ o-- • *.+•+, .jvwuc., «• Afiiuiucu at • cnurcn lair where some 1,600 people paid 25c a head to kiss it, has since disappeared sd set to "crack" the case. (International .SVwncZnhoto) Police are reported; EXCLUSIVE SCOOP! ONLY AT LINCOLN STOBE A FAMOUS MAKE _ WELL KNOWN TELEYI BRAND NEW __ FULLY GUARANTEED AT A NEW LOW PRICE EVERYONE CAN AFFORD 125 INCLUDES ALL TAXES ALSO INCLUDES AERIAL NO EXTRAS _ NOTHING ELSE TO BUY PAY ONLY 10 DOWN — $1.25 A WEEK OR $5.00 A MONTH Lincoln f) Store WEST MAIN ST. Denouncing I he proposal of Cov- i-rnor Chester A. Bowles for a. S23.- 000,000 bond issue to help municipalities building schools, Charles Eyanson. president of the Naugatuck Valley Industrial Council, yesterday noon at the weekly luncheon meeting of the Naugabu:k Rotary Club at the YMCA, said it would ''mortgage future generations." Stating- that the federal government "doesn't encourage thrift," he said that state governments aro following suil, and called borrowing money as one of the "5reut evils". Explaining that he is a "small stockholder in several companies", Mr. Eyanson said, "Management has gone .too far by tmyimz large pensions to company officials, who received large salaries, and it cuts down on my dividends as well as those of olher stockholders". Continuing he declared, "But I believe in management and am a capitalist through and through." An advocate of unemployment compensation, being one of those assisting in drawing up the Connecticut Act, he asserted, 'T am not opposed to pensions for industrial workers, but a safeguard must be set up." Quoting from Abraham Lincoln, "You cannot strengthen the weak by weakening the strong-", Mr. Eyanson said, "this is exactly wha I lie federal anO state government would like to do". He pointed ou a proposal to increase unemploy ment compensation from 26 to 5. weeks as wrong. He said that public reaction ii important and told of the economk education program of the council Mr. Eyanson also quoted from the journal of John Winthrop and a report to the people of Litchfleld County and Naugatuck Valley. Mr. Eyanson, in telling members of the Rotary Club that they are "opinion makers", urged that they discuss economic and governmental problems among themselves anc their friends Eagles Aerie Name Two Team Captains Edward Honyotslci has been named captain of the EaKles bowl ini< team and Raymond Decker c;y 'lain of the card team, it was announced today by William J. Stokeia, secretary of the Naugatuck aerie. The teams will compete with Meriden 'teams in that city Nov. 20. Plans for tnn organization of an Eagles' auxiliary will be discussed at next Monday nlKht',4 meeting' of tho aerie at 8 o'clock In the Aerie rooms, he «aid. Plans for the Ifec. 18 children's! Christmas party also will. 'be. discussed. THE EXCLUSIVE -SLUMBER-SENTJNEL" Submarine Tusk Rammed By Ship; Crew Not Injured Battered but unbowed, the pride if the Navy's submarine fleet is • headin towards Newfoundland this morning. I The 1,8(30 ton sub "Tusk" was '•ammed by a Navy supply ship "Aldebaran" in rough seas off Labrador yesterday. The Aldebaran's propellers rammed the Tusk's superstructure, tearing away her ••adar and radio masts. Fortunately for the 8» men aboard, many of 'hem from Connecticut, the sub's buttoned-up hull was not penetrated. Otherwise, they would have faced almost certain death. The Tusk surfaced after the crash. The sub was hit by the supply ship during the Second Task Fleet maneuvers in the North Atlantic The Tusk is heading towards Ar- grentfa, Newfoundland where repairs will be made. The sub should he good as new by next week in time to join the task fleet when it shoves off for the south Six crewmembers of the Tusk lost their lives several months aeo during the Arctic rescue operation. £™i » er ,? h ' P Sank and the T "s* went to its rescue. During the difficult sea maneuver, the Tusk crew members were lost. TWO WORKMEN TRAPPED BY CAVE-IN ARROW POINTS TO THE SPOT where two workmen were trapped about 80 feet underground in the cave-in of a steamline tunnel under th« campus ol the University of Washington at Seattle. Rescue workers ar» trying desperately to reach the men. (International Soundphoto) MUSICIAN SUCCUMBS Winsted, Nov. 10— (UP)— A well- known musician in western Con- Seventy-eight-year-old William E Remington also cared for nurnet is skived by his Hospital Certified For Training Of Resident Physicians Sister Mary Visitation, administrator of St. Mary's Hospital, announces the hospital has been certified to train resident physicians in the field of nternal medcnu. The certification was received from the i Council of Medical Education a::d the Hospitals of American Association and the American Board of Internal Medicine. Until now the hospital was only- certified to train interns in internal medicine. The graduate STOIIK KXKCUTIVE A former Hartford department store executive is dead at the ago of 01. James M. Strong wag president of Brown Thomson, Inc. for many years. He was also a director of a large Worcester, Maes., department store. NAUGATUCK KEW8 (CONN.). TIUJUSDAY. NOV. 10. I«4»-PAGE Alembic Association Plans Annual Smoker At St. George's Hall Arthur Nauges, chairman, announced the annual smoker of the Alembic Association of the Nau- jratuck Chemical and Synthetic Plants will be held Nov. 19 at St George's Hall, Linden Park. The affair will start at 8 o'clock in the evening. Plans are now being made by tho committee for a program ol entertainment. Prizes are to be awarded and refreshments will be served. Members of the committee are Oscar Anderson, William Hutt. 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