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Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 4, 1946, Nashua, New Hampshire Chest Drive Goal Here Set At Complete Associated Press and Wide World Services NASHUA TEL WEATHER Cool Tonight Warmer Thursday VOL. 72. NO. 157. Entered at the Post Offlei it Nashui, N. H., at ieoond olasi matttr. NASHUA, NEW HAMPSHIRE WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 4, 1946 1832 PRICE: FOUR CENTS MAYOR PREPARING BOND ISSUE Legion Post Opposed To Plan To Admit Refugees In U. S. Homeless And Jobless Are Mounting On the grounds that there are a mounting number of homeless and jobless GI's in the country, the James E. Coffey post, No 3, American Legion, last night re- corded its member as opposed to the amendment, before Congress, which would change immigra- tion laws to permit the entry of large numbers of refugees. Spokesman for the Legion post said that it was felt that until these GI's have homes and jobs, refugees should nou be permitted entry. Resolution opposing the im migration amendment was pass ed and the adjutant of the post Instructed to forward copies to New Hampshire Congressmen and Senators, and to the heaci- HEFUGEES Page 6 INDEMNITIES EXPECTED FROM TITO, SAYS US Washington, Sept 4 ed States handed Yugoslavia a blank bill for damages today with a sharp notice that it ex- pecfs Marshal Tito's government to pay the full amount when it is written in. If Tito agrees, this country stands ready to write "finished" to the incidents in which two unarmed American transport planes were forced down by Yugoslav fighters at a cost of five American lives. Should Tito refuse, the United States might have to dust off its 13 day old threat to take the case before the United Nations! Security Council. Most American officials con-1 cerned with the matter appeared to believe Tito would agree to indemnity terms, following his recent expression of regret over the incidents and assurances that they would not recur. But no one was willing fo predict for the record the Yugo- slav premier's reaction. INDEMNITIES Page 6 GREEK KING LAUGHS AFTER George II of Greece (left) enjoys a hearty iaugh in London with A. Pallia, director of Greek after winning an over- whelming victory in the recent Greek plebiscite, bringing him back to his throne from exile in England. (Picture by radio from First New Polio Case in Five Days Reported Here New case of poliomyelitis, the first here in five days, was re- ported today to the Board of Health, the chairman, Dr Ernest J. Fraser announced at noon. James Hogan, ten-year-old son of Mr and Mrs William Hogan of 74 Canal st, was the fourth Nashua youngster to become ill of polio and arrangements were completed this morning to take the boy to the Balch wing of Elliot hospital in Manchester for treatment. Condition of a seven >ear old Canal st girl at the Balch wing was reported improving now fol- lowing a set-back suffered last week and the other Nashua case, a 15-year old Lock st boy, is reportedly improving also. The new case here today ups the stale total to 86 cases as three new cases were reported overnight. Manchester reported its first in nine days, and single cases were also reported in Con cord and Dublin. It was the Queen City's 46th case since the outbreak of infantile in the state. Dr Howard A. Streeter, Man- chester health officer, said that in view of the 14-day incubation period, Manchester's newest case was probably contracted prior to NIGHT SCHOOL SEPTEMBER 16 ACCOUNTING SHORTHAND TYPEWRITING OFFICE MACHINES Veterans Enrolled under Gl Bill of Rights Otnce Open Daily for Registrations NASHUA BUSINESS COLLEGE 47th Year FURNITURE MOVING AHTWHERE IN HEW HAMPSHIRE OR MASSACHUSETTS LOCAL AMD NEW HAMPSHIRE GENERAL TRUCKING 168 MAIN COBLEIGH HOWE 772 NEW POLIO Page 6 TWENTY KILLED IN CRASH OF FRENCH AIRLINER Paris, Sept 4 per- .sons were killed in the crash of ,in Air France liner taking off from Paris for London today, bringing to 49 the total number of dead in French plane acci- dents in three days. The latest crash, which killed 17 of 21 passengers and three of the crew of five, occurred at 9.15 am when the Paris-London liner failed to clear a factory roof at Le Bourget, Air France announc- ed. At t'he same time, the line confirmed the death of 17 pas- sengers and five crew members when another of its planes crashed just 16% hours before, 21 miles out of Copenhagen. Campaign to Start Sept. 23 ITEM INCLUDED FOR USD PROGRAM "Let's give a thought to our own" will be the slogan of the 1946 Community Chest campaign which will be conducted m Nashua and Hudson from Sep- tember 23 to October 10. The goal of the campaign will be for the annual run- ning expenses of thirteen local organizations and the U.S.O. James S. Barker, Dresident of the Community Chest, stated that the United War Fund, which for the past four years, has con- CHEST DRIVE Page 3 THE BUDGET ANALYSIS OF 1946-1947 BUDGET Boy Scouts Community Council Fresh Air Fund Girl Scouts Goodwill Industries King's Daughters Orphanage 750 Memorial Hospital Nashua Social Welfare 800 St Joseph's Hospital St Joseph's Orphanage Salvation Army Y. M. C. A. Y. W. C. A. U. S. O. Printing, postage, office help, administration, etc. Contingencies, reserve and shrinkage Total Sewers, Housing Are Among Items Bond Program to Go Before Alder- men at September 18 Meeting HINDU-MOSLEM RIOT TOLL NOW AT 132 DEAD Bombay, Sept 4 resulting from bitter Hindu-Mos- lem clashes which began in Bombay Sunday soared to 132 dead and 484 wounded today fol- lowing a night of sporadic vio- lence during which police sev- eral times opened fire to disperse rioting mobs. The disorders occurred mostly in the northern section of the city, but extended to the main business section, where mobs tried to break stores and at- tempted to burn a house of wor- ship. Streets in curfew areas HINDU-MOSLEM Page 6 Mental Exam Is Scheduled For Goodale Boston, Sept 4, C5P) State has assigned two pschytiatrists to examine Charles R. Goodale, 25, former Onset art student, under indictment on a charge of mur- der m the slaying of Ruth Mc- Gurk, 25, Cambridge dime store supervisor. Dr Clifton T. Perkins, Massa- chusetts Commissioner of Men- al Health, named Dr Earl K. iolt, superintendent of Medfleld State hospital, and Dr Stanley GOODALE page 6 STATE AP NEWS Concord, Sept drop- ped below freezing on Mt Wash- ington last night, frost was ob- served in the West Unity area, and several points in the state reported temperatures in the 30's. From West Unity, south of Claremont, came reports of frost in the hills east of the Connec- ticut river. Lowland areas were protected from frost by a ground fog. The extent of damage to corn and other crops was not immediately estimated. FIRE, AUTOMOBILE other lines of coverage James B. Crowley INSURANCE AGENCY WILLIAM f. SULLIVAN Agent m Mala It NashM. m. USED CARS WANTED We pay OPA ceiling prices' Mercer Bros. Garage Co. MAIN ST. CM. 1014 TEL. 814 Hammer Mill I Large 10-in. opening, easy j to feed into. Requires on- ly 10 to 15 H.P. TEL, 3910 6 3911 186 MAIM ST. Industrial School Fugitive Is Recaptured White River Junction, Vt, Sept 4 Last of three boys who escaped from the New Hamp- shire Slate Industrial school in Manchester late in August has been caught and returned to the school, police reported today. They said the boy admitted breaking into a residence and stealing a suit of clothes and a pair of glasses, both of which they said he was wearing when he was apprehended. E That L C. I 2 Mercury Dips to 43 Here, Frost Reported From Unity Despite the nip in the air this morning, Nashua was in no danger of trost Pennichuck figures show, although it was reported from the western part of the state and several tem- peratures in the 30's were reported. In fact, the morning wasn't even the season's coolest. The minimum was 43, one degree higher than the seasonal low of 42 recorded on Sept 1. MERCURY Page 6 HEIRENS TO BE ARRAIGNED IN COURT TODAY Chicago, Sept 4 Seirens, 17-year-old confessed triple slayer whom three psy- chiatrists have described as le- gally sane but "emotionally in- sensitive and was summoned into criminal court roday for arraignment on the three slayings. Attorneys for the Univeisity of Chicago sophomore have advis- ed Heirens to plead guilty to the kidnap-slaying of Suzanne Deg- nan and the killing of Miss Frances Brown and Mrs Joseph- HEIRENS Page 6 Reliance Ensenada Convertible Collar SHIRTS 3.69 Sanforised Oxford Cloth MAYOR BACKS SERVICE LIFE INSURANCE WEEK Mayor Oswald S. Maynarc gave his warm endorsement t lis morning to the program of National Service Life Insurance concerning veterans and their families, and announced his sponsorship of the week between Sept 1 and 7 as National Service Life Insurance Week. The mayor issued the follow- ing proclamation: As Mayor of the City of Nash ua, NH, one of my chief concerns is the present and future wel- fare of veterans and the families of veterans. Hence I wish to give my enthusiastic endorsement to National Service Life Insurance Week, September 1-7, 1946. It is an indisputable fact that National Service Life Insuiance, especially as liberalized by re cent legislation, provides com prehensive protection at moderate cost. The various policies permit a veteran to adopt an insurance program suitable to his indi- vidual needs and financial cir- cumstances, and the endowment jolicies offer an opportunity to "he veteran to save for his old His compilation of city needs of a long-term nature now nearly complete after a series of con- ferences with heads of depart- ments, Mayor Oswald S. May- nani said today he expected to have his figures for a proposed bond issue covering these items ready to present to the Board of Aldermen's Finance committee at its next meeting, Sept 15. Amount of the proposed bond issue, an early objective of the administration designed to bring the city's various departments which suffered from wartime shortages and scarcities back up to pre-war levels, is not as yet an achieved fact, and will not be put down in black and white until after the important con- ference wi'h the Finance com- mittee the 15th, it was indicated. Information from the mayor is that the bond issue will cover, among its financial aims, the cost of the emergency veterans housing project on Rancourt st which stood the city several thousands of doJlars not only for SEWERS Page 3 Venezia Giulia Area 'Fertile Soil for War' MAYOR BACKS Page 6 MONTGOMERY WARD NOTICE Ex-Service Men and Women Terminal leave and other notarized without charge. I will call at the home of any veteran that is incapacitated. LEO B. DOWD 1130 Main St, Tel. 2800 INSURANCE 142 Main St FIRE AUTOMOBILE C. I. SP ALblNG CO. Eoomj Odd futom EUc.. OmMt M fflMt TeL 286 Paris, Sept 4 UP) Sen Tom Connally (D-Tex) told the peace conference today that the Ven- ezia Giulia area of Haly "was a fertile soil for war" and appeal- ed to the 21 nations to "forget hatreds and prejudices." The Democratic chairman of the Senate Foreign Affairs Com- mittee spoke soon after Foreign Minister V. M. Molotov returned from four days conferences in Moscow. Molotov apparently was prepared to give the latest views of Generalissimo Stalin to the Big Four Council of Foreign Ministers meeting this after- noon. Connally's maiden speech at the conference, asking "toler- ance, patience and forbearance" in settling the stormy Trieste dispute, came during a session of ihe Italian Political and Ter- ritorial Commission, which was DEWEY, MEAD NY GOVERNOR CANDIDATES (Associated Press) Heated battle already under- way over the New York Gover- norship moves into the formal stage today with the Republican State convention putting up Gov Thomas E. Dewey for another term and the Democratic offer- ing Senator James M. Mead. Democratic leaders tapped for- mer Gov Herbe-t H. Lehman as the candidate to try to hold Mead's Senate seat for their party in this fall's elections. GOP chieftains settled on Assembly Leader Irving M. Ives to oppose L-'hman. ITALY -ft- Page 3 DEWEY, MEAD Page 3 Runaway Orphans Nashua, Manchester Girls Reported Seen, Reed's Ferry Nashua police were informed by Manchester authorities this morning that two young girls, one from this city and one from Manchester, had run away from an orphanage in the Queen City and had been seen by workers on the railway right of way- walking down the tracks in Reed's Ferry. The Nashua girl was said by police to be 15, while the Manchester child is 12. Area where the girls were reported was searched thoroughly this morning by members of the Nashua police force, who were unable to locate them. At the orphanage in Manchester, police learned that the girls had lert the institution two days ago and had not been seen since then. Hunt for them will be continued, said police of both cities. The Nashua girl was described as wearing a yellow-flowered dress and having black eyes. Apologies to Public of Nashua' and Vicinity and to the Nashua Lions' Club We regret that due to a mechanical defect, it has been necessary to postpone The Ice Revels announced for Fri. Sept. 6th to TUESDAY, SEPT. 10TH. ICE REVELS Inc. of New York City NASHUA RETAIL STORES WILL BE OPEN TOMORROW AFTERNOON i MERCHANTS' DIVISION Nashya Chamber of Commerce
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