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Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 20, 1958, Nashua, New Hampshire TONIGHT IN THE TELEGRAPH Town 13 a Snarls A 11 T Wall 1 Nashua Complete Associated Press and Wide World Services 9 J. WEATHER nnd Cooler Today and Tomorrow BUY FOR JOBS TOMORROW VOL. 90. NO. 68. it Ibt Pent Office ai matter under Act of March 2.1B78 NEW HAMPSHIRE MAY 20, 1958 Established 1832 CENTS FRENCH PREMIER TESTS GOVT HOLD Student Uprisings In Hub Join In Noisy Demonstrations May 20 police have come to know as the has ar- rived at tome Three separate uprisings broke out last night and early today at Boston University and Tufts An estimated dents were The latest broke out at am today when approximately 150 female at Tufts marched out ol their and paraded to the men's dormitories with ing Male students foolish enough to poke their heads out of windows were showered with bags and Trie girls from Jackson the school at carried a banner claiming their aim as Want Short They emptied Ihe dresser drawers In leveral rooms carrying off male under- garments which they hoisted on sticks as flags of This was a reverse ment ol earlier male raids which had gerie as their Fifteen policemen answered an alarm and paraded the girls back their dorms near the university In suburban The girls explained their action was In retaliation to a noisy demonstration by the male at the girls dormitories last The uprising by Tufts male students lowed one at Boston University's Myles dish dormitory for male At someone sounded a false fire As fire apparatus pulled up to the building students pelted fire fighters with exploding firecrackers and Police were called and they responded in about 10 patrol cars and the patrol wagon Meanwhile the BU students were joined from their nearby dormitory and the residents of BU and MIT fraternities in the BU President Harold C. Case was moned from his sleep and he pleaded with the students to return to their studies for the final examinations An hour later quiet returned to the but not before five students were arrested and booked on charges of ing the Despite his obvious discontent with the Dr Case put up the bail of each for the five At some 300 students staged raids on three co-ed dormitories and set blazes In back of the That riot was quelled by police from Medford and Booked in the BU uprising Barry J. 18, of Surrey David 18, of ter Alan 18, East Robert 19, 681 Grange and Harry M. 19, 100 NH UNEMPLOYMENT TOTAL SHOWS DROP FOR 5th WEEK irATE AP May 20 The State Employment Security D e p t Raid today New Hampshire's unemployment total has ped for the fifth consecutive NEW jobless figure THE was set at a decrease Of 350 from last The latest unemployment total represents 5.9 per cent of the total available labor compared with 6.1 per cent last THE DEPARTMENT ed and additional In electrical shoes and Here are area ployment with the centage of the work force BERLIN per cent of work Claremont 5.6; Franklin 3.9; Rochester Keene 950, 5.4; 5.9; Littleton 500, 5.0; Manchester 3.700, 7.5; Nashua 5.6; and Portsmouth 050, 4.4. GOVERNORS BACK PUBLIC WORKS CUT TO AFFECT AS BEST WEAPON NASHUA WORKERS May 20 majority of the nation's appeared today to be- lieve that expanded public works rather than a general federal tax cut offer the best method of combatting the ec- THE GOVERNORS come lo grips with the economic blem In four simultaneous panel A cross-section check top-heavy sentiment s- gainst the kind of individual income tax now be- ing subjected to cautious ring between members of the E i s e n administration and Democratic leaders of more Democratic than lican governors had spoken out at this 50th annual ing against an board With the ex- ception of Democratic Gov. W. of New York those who proposed such did so Gov G. Mennen Williams of regarded as a bidder for the Democratic presidential said he thinks It Is too late to get any real anti- recession benefits from a eral federal tax the ic governors favored the if Nashua em- ployes of the Boston and Maine will he by a passenger rail vice cut come June 1. A SPOKESMAN from the E and M reported about 120 employes In RECORD TROUT Mrs Marie of beams with delight as she holds 15li pound golden trout she caught fishing in Lake She caught the inch Primaries Today i Virginia Eyes New Delays on Integration May 20 Virginia studied possible new delaying tactics today to set Supreme Court action pushing the state nearer the choice between school tion or In Pennsylvania Pennsylvania and Maryland voters select candidates for senator and governor th Slassen pinning i hopes for a political back on a big primary turnout m three-time ernor of battling e n n s y Iv a n I a s can slate organization for the GOP nomination Tor Official party support Is be- Arthur T. May 20 Cardinal partially hy a stroke spent a good and doctors his had not The was sometime CONDITION is a medical bulletin this It was signed by the cardinal's sonal Dr Ralph Bergen of and Dr Ki- lippo Vatican hours have now passed and that already Rocchi we continue to hope for the PROF di- rector of the prelate is said he was not able to talk but was The 70-year-old Roman of Chicago long trout using a laced on jack smelt on suffered a blood dot in the an eight pound test She landed the that partially paralyzed trout after a half hour It is aillis side and new record for a trout caught in Lake his HIS BIGHT ARM was April 28 to check Ihe threat of gangrene from another blood He arrived in Rome last month to assume his new post as chief of the Vatican congregation in charge ol Condition of Cardinal Stritch Is Satisfactory Showdown Due On Bid LITTLE DAMAGE The court Monday the state's high turned down peal of a federal court order directing the admission of children to three while schools In Arlington adjacent to whose law calls for closure of public schools pretzel in which integration Pwo other aspirants also 25 days to ask the in the until recently dent prome Court to But whether J. Lindsay Almond Jr and Gen A. S. HEAVY RAIN IN SEASON'S FIRST THUNDERSTORM The first thunderstorm of the season brought very little lightning and thunder bul plenty of rain yesterday NEARLY one-third of an inch of lain fell in less than an hour between and 5 according to pumping station Damage was almost Telephone company of- said about 65 phones were out for a time because of cable troubles but complete service was restored later in of the The Public TRUJILLO SAYS HE'S IN LOVE WITH KIM NOVAK May 20, Lt. Gen. Rafael says in tress Kim THE HEAD of the can Republic's air force broke his long silence on his sonal life Monday night on nent concedes he will j Harrison will take such a need a large turnout to course was highly optimistically forecast a Even R cst made on the BUT POLITICAL observers last possible June 14, the court most expect fewer than per cent probably would hand clown a of the Keystone State's j decision before adjourning vice Company and Board of Public Works reported no television He said a nice She's very And I like the way she When interviewer Paul V. him if he was PUMPING STATION records in with the uni- a of of general i the entire system face registered voters to go in leaving the n but he said few Polls inch of precipitation fur the period ending at 7 am Most of the rain fell during the storm but was a short rainfall mid- May 20. The National Assembly gathered today for what could turn in- to a showdown on Gen. de Gaulle's bid for al powers to try lo direct France out of tile Algerian PREMIER Pierre was to go before the an ex- tension of Ihe powers Ihe government in This would give the Id in Ihe Assembly a chance to voie six day old government clear the way for De Gaulle probably culling their own in the process. THE 67-YEAR-OLD military leader bitterly attacked blaming for France's present sorry state compounded of rebellion by Algerian Moslem and defiance of civilian authority by the French army and French colonials in De Gaulle said he Is ready lo lay down the right the conditions under which he would accept a legal grant of powers for an exceptional task at an exceptional THE WORLD WAR II hero and postwar provisional denied that would become a dictator who would undermine tal public But he made it clear that if he took over the he would not be responsible to the unstable National solve the grave crisis ot the present one cannot limit oneself the ordinary told new THE DEPUTIES had three apparent They could continue to back which offered im- mediate way out of the male Paris and They could renounce their own authority by ing Ihe Premier out and DC Gaulle's Or a chaotic third course might be to and then refuse to accept De Bulletin REPORT IN AIR CRASH May 20, Police Cpl. Guy Brown lie had received reports that a Capital Airlines plane and a jet military craft col- today between this tomac Fiver town and Point of about five miles The reports said there were many he THE VOLUNTEER fire de- here had three calls for assistance from the area of reported Capital Airlines in bofh timore and Washington it had no further THE TOWEH at Friendship International Airport at timore said a Capital flight into Baltimore from the presumably from was but had no other Two Manchester Men Held for Warner Break AP May 20 Pollet who fired warning shots through n window two Manchester men early today and Accused them of breaking into a Warner for court action were Herman F. 25, and John 24. summoned by said they found ders smashing equipment and dumping merchandise to the floor in Martin's Police said they nabbed fosses in the They Flanders fled and was up in Manchester two hours would be among lie works The slash will bring about ic Gov Abraham A. D'S cut m commuter even less time to come up of Connecticut service In the Boston this that President j Earlier this THERE ARE FOUR In chief Interest with new legal centers on the Democratic race for the U.S. Senate 21 From NH call in the leaders Public Draft major of both parties In Congress to agree on an The sentiment against a tax reduction was heavy In the cross-section can Governors William G. ot Illinois and sion Rave the P. and M system lo eliminate 31 sensor trains and shut 15 TRAINS eliminated here In- clude two trips which leave the Union tion at Foss of South said it atul lwn trips he folly to cut down on leave here al 1A2 a.m. SEE OUR AUTO BUY SPECIAL MERCER BROS. GARAGE 312 MAIN NASHUA revenues with big ures THE SAME STAND was en hy Democratic Governors George M. Leader of Orville Freeman of Minnesota and Edmund S. of FURNITURE Let us cul your high payments get the advantage of only one place to only one payment a month plus more money from each pay GET COME IN OR PHONE for to up HILLSBOROUGH FINANCE CO. Affiliate of Investment MAIN ST. TU 3-3337 and 16 the road's main to Concord via Nashua and will wilh seven weekday round trips and six Sunday round The ances do not affect any day 51. mayor of 64, wealthy and dor to Clarence D. John Hopkins ty and George P. 55, Baltimore ing contractor who hns run In past years for governor and STATE AP NEWS May Service Director John Greenaway said today 21 New Hampshire youths will be inducted into the forces next today then HE SAID that he and bis wife Octavia formally last and that he started divorce proceedings in He said that tavia will retain custody of their six said the United states had never sent money io his where his father Is the strong U. S. has been in 1he form of he I LIKE to spend City Purchasing Agency Rescinds Two Bid Awards The breakdown U. S. County 7, 1958 VACATION CLUB PAYABLE NOW at Today's It would be a relief to If more people could keep secret the ion they have of Tiie winner probably will face incumbent Sen J. Glenn who has only token op- position in the GOP STATE COMPTROLLER J. Millard Taws Is regarded as a sure bet lo defeal two known opponents for land's Democratic ial The November opponent will hei James P. World War If Island who is unopposed in the Republican County 4, C Sulllivan County -I ford area 4. Other boards have not been asked to furnish draftees in President Signs Military Pay Boost i May 20 President Eisenhower signed legislation boosting j be I niv own military with the aim He said it came from making career service more sugar refineries and ranches j owned by his I The first year cost is 28. said half R billion Miss 24. j The effective wood dinner The ex- payrolls next would go pensive car he gave her was 2 most on active he He said and Air Navy jibe cosily gifts lie gave Zsa jand Marines wilh more were presents bv AUTO TOLL two years an old In he Draftees and young officers he had given cars lo in Initial required duly three other his lours would gel no i an and a country hut boosts in base pay range man who was a fellow FERSONS KILLED up to May 19 1958 18 1957 30 from a month for Ihe five members of the Chiefs of Staff down to tional for and apprentice on active duly or periodic training would 34 share in the Mutual of Omaha Health and Accident UNITED OF OMAHA Plan Edward Hill TU 3-8790 WILL BIV OR SELL ASSOCIATES A r lo Sib 00 EDWARD t. FITCH INVESTMENT BLAYLOCK ATHERTON ran ALL OF YOUR INSURANCE 142 Mcin St. TU 2.4731 Ihe U. S. Army Com- mand and General Staff at Fort HE SAID HE would lo Ihe Dominican Republic jn July probably from Finance of the Aldermen sitting in as the ty's purchasing last rescinded two bids It had previously and then awarded a third which had been presented to the Board of Works for THE SESSION in charge of Mayor Mario J. Vagge nnd was held to discuss facing materials awarded when Ihe croup opened bids May 15. Present the Mayor and Wilfred Hoard Gerard com- clerk and Roger A. BPW Commissioner John P. Cily eer Joel B. Hill and of Streets Romeo An- Bid for tar a- warded lo Ihe Rock Asphalt Corp. was screened by Ihe BPW which recommended that it be a- warded to the Koppers Corp in carf of John thil BID FOB ASPHALT cutback previously awarded lo the Rock Asphalt Corp was by the BPW and It I mended that the contract awarded to the Oil Mass. Motions to award the two above bids to the firms was carried voting Awarded last evening wan I a contract to the Bedders Con- this to supply the BPW de- with premix This bid was held up last week for further screening by the BEDDERS SUBMITTED A I bid of per ton at the plant and here Other bidders were J. P. Con- don and and Rock Asphalt and 56.85. Work On Lewis Sandpit Rubbish Disposal Area Begins Next Week LATE NEWS Flashes Work on establishing a sail land nil rubbish posal area at Ihe Old Lewis sandpit on Haines will bej next Mayor Mario J. Vagge said AT THE SAME he re- ported that fencing has and once it arrives I it will be Installed along j Ihe northerly side ot Haines i st lo discourage youngsters from ploying In that He said suitable will he advising children lo Mayor's move comes nn the heels of a near tragedy Friday evening when Claire 9, of Kins operations will be was buried under several feel at Hie Old Lewis pil M of sand from a in at i easterly end of Haines owned all will ACTION fallowing disposed of at Ihe Broad si May 20 33-year-old former coal minor who boasted of trying robbery to nance an assassination on former President Harry S. is on Ihe loose and four other of the stale for Ihe criminally Insane caped Monday night by sawing a hole through window conferences City En- P. Hill of Romeo pil in Ihe vicinity of tile Morse Pond Fish and Game Fridays and all op- Anger is lo will shirt In way for n new out city dump at development in the Crown Hill area as well as in Mayor said on other the areas will be closed The Mayor revealed all Ho said the Hoard of Public Works will sanitary land fills for rubbish All police lu laKl of any unlawful ing of at nny oilier or tended hy BPW Is a definite need of from 8 a.m. to K recreational in jday Saturday in Ihe Crown Hill area and der In cily Hie si has to anil Ihe Searles id urea areas will be closed are rapidly becoming more in at all oilier These need of play ings apply to all UNTIL TWO years the or BPW used from ihe old other or pil for tarring purposes or firm who use Hie and for sanding streets in the posal Mayor Mayor move for was 1'iuvd near last As reported Ihe girl's Mr. aud Hirer are line prospers AS A FURTHER public sci. recreational the Mayor reported Ihal listed i horn as three disposal and j areas will be serviced and at- HE laud and I In- with schedules will make it Ih lo Paul A. COM- useless land usable j th where recreational They nr parking areas can bcl a lo children in immediately and be Del May 20 surgery might put a brake on auto says a Detroit Dr Claire chief of staff at Straith Memorial lold the Insurance Adjusters Assn that If were juries would not the high damage judgments now boost insurance May 20 persons were killed night in Ihe crash of In nearby Easi Tlie victims were Patricia Ann 16, of and Karl 28, of Injured In the crash were Joanne Timothy Ifi. and Richard all of No one was riding wilh May 20 started out to he a dav of juy fur of His to a daughter nl linl To Cross went fishing In n motor houl with Tlie boal in Lake Foster was rescued by oilier of a tew
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