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   Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 3, 1946, Nashua, New Hampshire                                Police Probe Poolroom Hold-Up Here Complete Associated Press and Wide World Services NASHUA WEATHER Fair and Cool Tonight, Wednesday VOL. 72. NO. 156. Entered it the Post Office at Nashua, N. H., a> wound clatt matter. NASHUA, NEW HAMPSHIRE TUESDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 3. 1946. Established 1832 PRICE: FOUR CENTS Head Lumps Evidence Bandits ____ Tried to Get Dough Orange Street Poolroom Proprietor Held Up by Two Bandits Saturday Night Attempted hold up at the pool- room of Wilmer Blow on Orange st being investigated by po lice after Mr Blow reported that two men entered his place of business a little before 10 Sat- urday night and started to play pool. After a few minutes, said Mr Blow, the pair entered an- other room where he was re pairing shoes and one of the men drew out a gun and de- manded that the proprietor turn over his monej Mr Blow stated that he wres- tled with tne would be robbers for several minutes, reciving blows 01 the head from the gun which one of the men held in his hand, aid that subsequently the pair ran away without getting any money Police said >Ir Blow had a number of lumps on his head but was not seriously injured They stated that the men un doubtedly got away in a car which was apparently parked a short distance away. Inspector John A Weoster is conducting the investigation of the alleged hold up and said this morning that Mr Blow stated the men were strangers to him. The poolroom propne tor furnished the police with de- scriptions of the men, it was said, but police refused to dis close dny detai's of the descrip tions Mr Blow cor ducts a poolroom and a shoe repairing business at the Orange st address This reported holdup follows on the heels of another holdup of a dice game a few days back in which the alleged bandits are reported to have got away with a sum in excess of MILY IS BA DAY AUTO CRASH THE WINNER! Eisenhower Says U. S. Must Stay on Peace Road Boston, Sept 3 UP) General Dwight D. Eisenhower asserted today the United States must struggle patiently for the elimin- ation of war through the United Nations even though at times "patience wears thin." Against a background of un- mistakable uneasiness among delegates at the Veterans of For elgn Wars' national encamp ment ovei Washington's verbal bouts with Eusbic and Yugo- slavia, the Army chief of staff said in a prepared address The task is not easj It be- comes especially difficult when we feel forced to wonder whether every friendly gesture of our own, every well intended pro posal, is being twisted by an other into a sinister design "When we believe that cour- tesy is met with rudeness, gen- erosity with arrogance, patience EISENHOWER Page 5 E.W.DUHCKLEE KILLED BY FALLING BEAM Eugene W Duncklet, 73, Summer st, a former Fire missioner, died at a local of 34 Com- hos- LIMITATION OF ITALIAN FORCE IS AGREED UPON Pans, Sept 3 Four" 'recommendations that the Italian army, navy and airforce be limited to a fraction of war time were approved unanimously to day by the military commission of the 21 nation peace conference Under the approved provisions, Italy is permitted to have an army of 250000 (including 65, LIMITATION Page 7 btalf Photo Benny Bernard, right, is shown receiving congratulations from his wife after defeating Tom Leonard, Jr, yesterday afternoon with an eaglr three oil the 38th hole for the country club golf championship. (Story on Sports The Book Thrown at Drunken Driver Who Tryck EUGENE W. DUNCKLEE pital Saturday afternoon as the result of a fractured skull which he reportedly sustained a heavy beam fell on him in a barn on his Summer st property According 'o authorities, work men had been to tear the barn down and Mr Buncklee had gone out to see how the work was progressing when the heavj E. W. DUNCKLEE Page 6 No New Polio For 5th Straight Day in State For the fifth consecutive day not a single case of infantile par alysis was reported here nor in (the state This noon, health au thorities here said no new cases had developed in Nashua The last case announced was that of a 15 jcar old Lock st boy in this city last Thursday and he is a patient in the Balch wing of Elliot hospital in Manchester, where another polio case, a seven >ear old Canal st girl, is also under treatment So far in the current outbreak in the state 82 persons have been stricken witn 12 deaths, mclud ing a Aashua ceath, resulting Only three cases have occurred here C L SPALDING CO. Tel 286 LUMBERMEN'S MUTUAL CASUALTY CO. ODD rnxows BUM. rp rioou la sura a. ________________ 1LKSATOB UKUVIOB ______FURNITURE MOVING AHYWHERE IN SEW HAMPSHIRE OH MASSACHUSETTS LOCAL AND MEW HAMPSHIRE GENERAL TRUCKING 168 MAIN COBLEIGH HOWE 772 NELSON WARNS AGAINST ARMY CONTROL OF US Washington, Sept 3 M Nelson hoisted a warning to day for the nation to be on guard, "not only in war but in against widening mill tary influence In his book, "Arsenal of Demo cracy to be published this week, the former War Production board chairman declares that the arrry largely took control' of the civilian economy in 1944 after trying throughout the war to wrest that authority from him. Henceforth, Nelson wrote, the army will cease to be a neglected step child in peacetime and will become one of the most import ant and influential branches of our government" Raymond T Lemire, 61 Allds st, arrested Saturday b> Hudson Police Chief Andrew J Polak after he had allegedly taken a large trailer truck from the site of the dike construction work on the Mernmack river, oleaded NELSON Page 4 USED CARS WANTED We pay OPA ceiling prices Mercer Bros. Garage Co. 3ia MAIN ST. lit IQK TEL. 814 guilty in municipal court here this morning to three charges using an automobile without permission of thp owner driving a car whilt under the in luencs of liquor and leaving tin scene of an accident Lemire fned DRUNKEN DEIVER >0 and Page 7 SAYSGOODALE NOT COMPANION OFMcGURKGIRL Boston, Sept 3 for Charles R Goodale, 25, former Onset art student, charged with the murder of Ruth McGurk, 25, a Cambridge dime store super visor, prepared today to inter view a Brockton girl who re ported he was not the >oung man she saw leaving a dance hall with the slam woman on the night of her disappearance Atty Matthew King, Goodale's GOODALE Page 7 DRILL TEAM CHAMPS STALIN ORDER DECLARES REDS London, Sept 3 the contribution of Brit'sh and American arms in the conflict against Japan, Generalissimo Stalin congratulated the Russian people and their armed forces today for bringing to a victorious conclusion "the war against Im penallst Japan His order oi! the day, broadcast by the Moscow radio, declared The Soviet people arid. armed forces gained the victory STALIK Page 6 FOUR STABBED IN MANCHESTER FAMILY ROW STATE AP NEWS Manchester, Sept 3 Polics maintained .a guard at the hos pital bedside of Ignacy WojCicki 66, who, they said attempted suicide after stabbing his wife and two daughters with a five inch kitchen knife yesterday. Wojcicki was suffering from an abdominal wound His name was on the danger list at Elliot hospital His wife, Helena, 55, was at Sacred Heart hospital where her condition was report ed as "not seiious The daughters, Mrs Moran, 25, and Miss Celia Woj cicki, 19, were released after treatment at Sacred Heart hos pital Police said that Wojcicki stab bed his wife during a family dispute and that the two daugh ters were injured when theyj went to her aid FREAK ACCIDENT COSTS LIFE OF MAN IK CRASH Severe! Minor Accidents Reported To Police Here Following thp death on Satur- day of a three jear old child, Albert Rivard of Hudson, son of Mr and Mrs Aime Rivard of that town, when he was struck in front of his home by a vehicle allegedly operated b> Leo Batha- lon of this cnj, a number of Nashuans were severely hurt in accidents m other parts of the state during the holida- week- end Mr and Mrs Alexander Munton, 29 Orchard av, and their two daughters, Dorothy and Kath- leen, are in the Franklin .hospital where they wer? taken yesterday after an accident on the h ghway in Boscawen Authorities at the hospital stated this morning that both Mr ard Mrs Munton re- ceived serious head iniunes, and that Mr Munton suffered frac- AUTO CRASH Page 4 Yugoslav Dispute Near Its Conclusion Staff Photo First prize winners in the drill team competition which was held at the Junior High school auditorium yesterday afternoon was the St Cecile Council team of Leomitister, Mass, with Captain Lorraine Toungny leading the aggregation. Pictured above, left to right, are: front, Captain Toungny; first row, Claire St Cyr, Lorraine Lamoureux, Claire Lamoureux; second row, Cermaine YUGOSLAV L'Ecuyer, Pauline Boudreau, Muriel Thibodeau; third row, Theresa Gallant, Phyllis Tourigny, Lucille Tourigny; fourth row, Georgianna L'Ecuyer, Theresa St Cyr, Arlene Pelle'Jer; fifth row, Marie Eedard, Rachel Pelletier, Cecile Cossette; last row, Dons Cossette, Constance Senay and Jeannette Rheault. Thousands Enjoy Holiday Drill Team Parade, Contest Precision marching and color ful performances by 17 drill teams of the St Jean Bap of America who yesterday ed their annual competi lion r-eie weie acclaimed by thousands who lined Mam st for the morning march with the cov eted St Jean cup being awarded to Council Ste Cecile of Leomm I PARADE Page 5 REVIEWING PARADE FIRE, AUTOMOBILE and other or coverage James B. Crowley INSURANCE AGENCY WILLIAM F SULLIVAN Agent TEL 4C7 171 Main st H. H. TILTING ARBOR SAW Steel base, extra long fence, standard motor mountings Depth of cut 4 in Table 34 m from TEL. 3910 3911 186 MAIN ST. buy all used cars and pay t A R O L C. 3taft above on the reviewing stand at the city ball yesterday morning during the St Jean Baptiste parade are, left to right, Captain Frank J. Walters, NH State Guard; Judge Henri A. Burque; Henri T. Ledoux, honorary president of 1' Union Saint Jean Eaptiste d'Amerique; Mayor Oswald S. Maynard; J Henri Goguen, president general of L'Union St Jean Baptiste of America; Judge Antoine A. Guertin, and Albert Lamoureux, treasurer, Union St Jean Baptiste of America. Food, Medico S Supplies Despite NY Truck Strike ]Ncw YorK Sept 3 W) With the full of the strike of 25 000 truck drivers expected to become appaient today, New York City's 7500000 residents were assured by Mayor William O'Dwypr there would be no shortage of food or medical sup RED and WHITE Enamelware! Saucepans......... Dishpans Percolators Double Boilers Tea Kettles MONTGOMERY WARD Washington, Sept 3 country's depute with Yugosla- via oi'er tho forced crashes of two American planes appeared j moving swiftly today toward a harmonious conclu- sion. Such an ending, officials said, might have ihe additional effect Page 7 HOLIDAY AUTO TRAFFIC WAS HEAVIEST IN YEARS Extra details of police offic- ers were stationed at strategic points along Main rt most of the day yesterday to expedite traffic which police termed "the heaviest since the start of the war" as it passed through here loaded with homeward bound vacationists .Even this morning traffic through the city was way HOLIDAY AUTO Page 6 Famous First t tica Club Pi laser inj Cieam Vie choice with knowing pcop c Picfencd In Buy [her at jour pioccrs gull or t n Cf RN1VAL WEEK SEPTEMBER 1 to 8 On the Beach Death- defying Aerial Acts, Fash ion Show, Fircvoiks, Mys- erious Auction, Daily Band C noerts Bal room Dana- ing Every Even ng. 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