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Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 5, 1946, Nashua, New Hampshire CITY Complete Associated Press and Wide World Services NASHUA COURT MEASURES WEATHER Cool Tonight Friday Warmer VOL. 72. NO. 158. Entered at the Post Office at Nashua. N. H., ai second class matter. NASHUA, NEW HAMPSHIRE THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBERS, 1946 Established 1832 PRICE: FOUR CENTS Nashua To Feel Full Pinch Of Bat Shortage By Next To Be Eliminated Other Changes Also Planned to Give City Control of Own Gov't LITTLE BIRD DID IT... "FAIR TO SHORT SUPPLIES FOR THIS WEEKEND Meat famine of unprecedented; sevcrily will pinch Nashua next! 'week as Ol'A price ceilings re-j :1urn, according to the gloomy j i prediction of local retail andi wholesale mt-at dealers as they readied "fair to short" supplies for this weekend hut feared it j would be the last for several j days. j 1 Because most local retailers! foresaw the supplies would taper off this week, they ordered extra' supplies last week and thus are' jahlp to give Nashua shoppers; this weekend some, hut not much! 'beef, a little lamb, a little bacon, mutton and some should-i HE WALKED AWAY ALIVE MEAT SHORTAGE Page 8 WALKER FLIES TO REJOIN WIFE 1 C'ily nf Nashua plans to offer i Several years ago, without au- hills at !he J947 session, thority, the Recreation Com- of thf i.tncral nurt nimed ati Riving it Fr.-ater t0 a11 mtents and Dur' "if it w.is learned lortiiy. I'nrk and Recreation Corn- exist no to all intents and pur- poses was abolished and its duties taken over by the Park Commission. This year it was if the 1-J47 Gen- Procfdure as the Recreation Com eral Court ao.vr.'s a bill as- U1H necrearlon '-on1- draflod ntv Lioltor Leonard ,a the G. Vrlishka the request of and to be abolish' city officiate which will have mtrodu.rd rarly in the session itO be rePealed the leglslature. Page 8 session of tho incoming legislature. 'RECREATION Dipper Shortage '3-Cornered' Pants Tight Help Asked to Loosen 'Em Appoai for children's and "thrpc-cornered'' pants forl ...I--. pcmlS I Mf A babies was issued today hy HrAR hRFFIl Goodwill Auxiliary following TC-J IV UllLkll pom rhe me ting !aSt urgent need for CHARGES _ GoodwU] committee Lake success, NY, Sept 5 INCALIFORHIA Ab th h lt b n i Above is the wreckage of the car which was hit by a tram at the Glenwood st crossing unable to !7, 10 last Arthur Leblanc of Linton st, the driver, escaped just before the tel chei. and nis two-year-old son, left hy plane from Boston today for a re-union with his wife, Barbara Bcrnis Walker, 23, who was the nbjcrt of a five-day police search after she disap- peared EI month ago. Walker reported that his young wife was waiting in San Francisco. opportunity to- I day to answer Ukrainian charges The car blew a tire and stalled on the tracks. car was a complete wreck. Escapes Death 'READY TO END Train Wrecks Car Stuck JCASE AGAINST On Glenwood St RR CrossingiHEIRENS TODAY Mr Leblanc declared this morn- i WALKER FLIES ciiie-iao Sept i Shortly after his 1937 Chrysler; _ Page g convertible coupe blew a ling there was nothing to salvage pareTto rase i last evening on the Glenwood st I frorrl the wreckage except the] eredihie criminal can- cros-sintr. Arthur W. Le-icnara _.. Schnol age youngsters of needy ithat hl? Bntish-backed govern- are much in need 1s "a serious dothing in order to go to school. t0 the peace of the it was reported, and a canvass j for this type clothing is being I Tne Indictment was delivered immediately by the group. jyesterday by Ukrainian Foreign Reports were also presented j Minister Dmitri Manuilsky, who i showing good results from the j accused the Greeks of fomenting members sale of Christmas and j "s'nist'-1'" border incidents and everyday cards and plans madejdeclared that British authorities pro in the in for a Party Sept 27 at the jme of Mrs Haven for the bene' its Disappearance of Murder Victim's Friend Probed !railroad crossing, Arthur W. Le-jspare tire. "That train certainlj Ham Hmrens today at Wane of Linton st watched it a perfectly good conclusion the 17 "vear old con- the. locomotive j said he at police head- j fessed triple slayer expect- ed fo face Chief Justice Harold! f rr of Wil- flt of the project for DIAPER SHORTAGE Page 8 Montreal-bound express of j quarters. Helping Hand For Sox Fans j Lowell. Mass, Sept 5 i mysterious disappearance of Ethel M. Coan. 3fi. wife of an eran's automobile was a Ti-Js giant sunflower was shot by our photographer growing __ j Army veteran and a close friend1 staff Phou, of Mr? Catherine A. Nordlie Monfrlltie Strike whoso bullet-riddled body was j D i i -i in r fnunfl dangling from a sewer in a on Rockland street. The sunflower was just as much last week, was under in- surprise to the owner of the property who didn't plant it. It vestigation today. it figured that some bird picked up the seed and dropped it and Police said Leon J. Coan, 28, the owner thinks it is a good idea and wishes more birds would reported that his bride of nino drop more seeds on his property. Leo Dowd Chairman of Community Chest Drive months left home Aug 3, three days after Mrs Mordlie was last seen alive, to visit a daughter by a previous marriage in Bath, AFL Seamen Ordered Off All Ships in Wage Ruling Protest were setting up "monarchist bands" in Macedonia. Manuilsky's assertions brought from the British delegate, Sir Al- exander Cadogan, a protest that "my government has been in- dicted almost as much as He requested an op- jportunity to reply and was grant- go- Athol, Mass, Sept 5 tne privilege of speaking after caught on the railroad tracks, i ing to ask for'the death penalty master Richard P. Mullen is of- iDendramis. but .will recommend tliat a help hand fo those red! morning and afternoon 8 [Universify of Chii'apo sopliomore'hot Red Sox fans who want to'Sessions were scheduled by the -j with the rare dual.personality Ret their reserved seat requests council in an effort to speed given a series of sentences which in as early as possible Sept 10. hearing of the Ukraine's charges will insure his imprisonment The Boston Americans man- so that it can turn next week to agement has announced that consideration of its report to the 'WRECKS CAR for the rest of his life. Heirens, without any apparent emotion, yesterday entered pleas of guilty fo indictments, in of course assembly. certified check, money Secretary General Trygve Lie order or must be post- announced last night the assera- DISAPPEARANCE To Try Lowe II Sailor for Using Govt Property Pearl Harbor, Sept 5 14th Naval today that District announced David W. Bennett, Leo B. Dowd, local insurance man, has accepted the general chairmar.ship-'of the Com- munity Chest campaign, which will be held in Nashua and Hud- Page 6 Purchases Noxon Home Pittsfield. Mass, Sept 5 Robert Faxton., manager of the son during the period extending; apparatus works of the General from September 23 to October IQ.iElPdric Company, has purchased This announcement was made the home of John F. Noxon, form- at a meeting of Community i er Pittsfield corporation lawyer Chest leaders today by James S.; whose death sentence for the Barker, chest president. New York, Sept 5 AFL seamen, seeking reversal of a Wage Stabilization Board de- cision through a nation-wide strike, began walking off ships in New York harbor shortly after 9 A.M. (EDT) today, a union spokesman announced. would leave their ships at noon anr1 _Ah Picketing, however, is to cluriing'the kidnap-killing, yf Park.ed Sept 10 or later to would convene in New York T.ii.i i-n_ ATPn if- i slaying of his infant son was of] Committees for this year's en- commuted to life imprisonment chief boatswain's mate, Charleston, SC, and George Muth, machinist's mate Newportsville, Pa, had will be organized at a recently by Gov Maurice J. Tobin. guilty to the charge of wilfully [meeting at 5 o'clock this purchase price was listed and knowlingly applying United ning, in the City Hall audito-ias States property for their own use. rium. The campaign will Their plea was made after the general lines of previous Vice Adm John L. Hall, Jr, dis-! drives, with firms and institu- j trict naval commander, had or-j'ions being asked t6 form their! New York, Sept 5 OP) AFL seamen were ordered by union leaders to quit work at "every pier in every port" in the nation today in protest over a Wage Stabilization Board ruling deny- ing them the full wage raise won in recent negotiations with ship- ping operators. Exact time of the strike has not been set but officials of the Sailors Union of the Pacific, one of .the two maritime unions in- volved, said the men probably begin tomorrow morning. MARITIME STRIKE murders of two Chicago women. Thi> statp then began offering testimony in connection vith ail distributes i Sept 23 as scheduled, despite So- seats' viet Russia's action in propos- So Mullen states he will re- ing to the Big Four Foreign Min- cewe such letters any time and Page (i HEIRENS CASE I hold them until the first Boston- Page 10 bound train on the proper dafe. isters' council in Paris yester- GREEK Page 6 MOVING INTO NEW HOME to dered two charges stealing subsistence stores of the United States and conspiracy. own soliciting committees.. Chairman Dowd, experienced! in many previous community! Give Concert Here Dec 13 Sentences will be announced campaigns, stated that the firs't in 10 days after Hall reviews the records. Peter N. Zeleanes, seamen Rochester Symphony Orches- tra has definitely been book- J.1V1O AY VWWfb- Hem on the agenda will be the! ed lor B performance in this the same case. enlistment of volunteer workers.! "Obviously, every person in town1 tried Dosvd said, "but in thisj with i city-wide endeavor, it behooves ___________________ I every citizen to sacrifice a few] I days of his time in order that. Famous Couple j the fourteen agencies in thisi Club Piisncr Laser and xxx campaign may be supplied with funds adequate to carry on the UUca Cream Preferred br Millions! Ale. Married to that famous champaene-like flavor tanr. CHEST DRIVE Page 6 FIRE, AUTOMOBILE and' other Knes of coverage James B. Crowley INSURANCE AGENCY WIIJ4AAI F. SULIJVAN Agent TEL. 437 171 Mala St NostamL N. B. USED CARS WANTED We pay OPA ceiling prices Mercer Bros. Garage Co. Via MAIN IT. Eit 1814 TIL. 814 city, Friday evening. Bee 13. it was announced last night at a meeting of officers and work- ers of the Nashua Community Concert association, held at the YMCA with Rev William T. Knapp. president, presiding, Pre-campaign plans and in- structions were also given to all workers. Announcement was made that the campaign will open with the usual supper meeting, Monday evening. Sept 16, with headquarters at 73 Main st, next to Nutting's Music store. Mrs Earle T. Tracey will serve as general chairman of the campaign wnich will continue for one week, or until the au- ditorium is sold out. FURNITURE MOVING :W HAMPSHIRE OB MAS5AC1 V HAMPSHIRE GENERAL TRD 168 MAIN COBLEIGH HOWE ANYWHERE IN NEW HAMPSHIRE OH MASSACHUSETTS LOCAL AND NEW HAMPSHIRE GENERAL TRUCKING 772 C. I. SPALDING CO. TeL286 LUMBERMEN'S MUTUAL CASUALTY CO. SH-3H ODD HU.OW8 SBD fLOOI. 10 ft KJEVATOB SEBTICB Former Staff Sergeant Eugsne E. DePontbriand is shown a: the left carrying one of the kitchen chairs into his new home at 35 Rancourt st, after receiving the keys as the first vet officialy to occupy an apartment at the Nashua housing project, from Henry J. Ouellette, ip center. Photo at right shows Mr and Ms DePontbriand and three-month-old Judy Ann stepping into their new home. c. _ _. ___________________________________________________________ Staff Photo Women's Western Style Scinforiied DUNGAREES Slug Denim oomplott with co'or- fill stitching and copper rivets. MONTGOMERY WARD E S R That Car Properly O L C Long Ladders Sturdily built, 14 ft. long ladders. Complete with roof hooks and non-slip foot-rests, Ideal for use around the home or apple picking. TEL. 3510 3911 186 MAIN ST. WANTED HOUSEKEEPER for North End Family No Sunday oz holiday work. References must be furnished. Good pay. WRITE X-5, CARE TELEGRAPH
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