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Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 6, 1946, Nashua, New Hampshire Legion Loses Fi To Bar Mrs Nelson Complete Associated Press and Wide World Services HUA WEATHER Fair Tonight, Warmer Saturday VOL. 72. NO. 159. Entered it tht Poit Office at Nashua, N. H., ta iMond olui matter. NASHUA, NEW HAMPSHIRE FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 6, 1946 Established 1832 PRICE: FOUR CENTS BYRNES REJECTS FRENC CLAIM FOR RHIN D AND RUHR AREAS Ballot Law Group Rules Her Name Can Appear on Ballot NASHUANS FAIL TO SHOW TO HELP LEGION STATE AP NEWS Concord, Sept of Mrs Elba Chase Nelson, New Hamp- shire Communist leader, will ap- pear on the ballot in November as a candidate for Executive Council from the Fourth District, the State Ballot Law Commission ruled today. The ruling, made following a public hearing in Representa- tives' Hall at the Statehouse, was embodied in the following statement: "No witness or other compe- tent evidence was presented to the commission to substantiate NASHUANS Page 8 APPROVE NEW HAMPTON RIVER TOLL STRUCTURE STATE AP NEWS Concord, Sept 6 Approval ot a bid for building 'the substructure of a New Hamp- ton Harbor toll bridge, and denial of right of way over state forest lands to a winter sports club in Franconia were on the record today following a State Evecu- tlve Council meeting. The Governor and Council ap- proved a bid of submit- ted by the T. Stuart and Son Co of Watertown, Mass, for con- struction of the substructure of a steel bridge to replace the present span, which at one time was called the longest wooden bridge in the world. NEW HAMPTON Page 8 Leftist Tops Voting in Chile Election SantiaRO, Chile, Sept 6 UP) Final returns from Chile's pres- idential election gave Radical- Communist Gabriel Gonzalez Vi- dela a vote lead over his nearest opponent today, but not, under Chilean law, the presi- dency. Since he failed to win a clear majority in the field of four in CHILE ELECTION Page 11 GOLDEN WEDDING Staff Photo Mr and Mrs George L. Dodge of 47-49 Temple st who tomor- row will celebrate the 50th anniversary of their wedding with an open house to relatives and friends during the afternoon and evening. Mr Dodge, retired Boston and Maine engineer, and Mrs Dodge, parents of ten children, last week assisted Mr and Mrs Moruy Sargent in marking the anniversary of their wedding at which Mrs Dodge, the former Mias Grace Beverly, was bridesmaid. Mr and Mrs Dodge Observe Golden Wedding Tomorrow Golden wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs George L. Dodge of 47-49 Temple st will be cele- brated at their home tomorrow with an open house observance from 3 to 5 in the afternoon and 7 to 9 in the evening, marking the rounding out of half a cen- tury of happily married living. Although the exact anniver- sary falls on the 9th, for the former Miss Grace Beverly and Mr Dodge were married in Aver, Mass, Sept 9, 1896 by Rev Fran- cis A. Grey, formerly a minister at the First Universalist church here, they will observe the event tomorrow so that their child- ren and grandchildren who re- side out of the city may be present. Mrs Dodge, a native of Con- cord, this state, came to Nashua at an early age and was educat- NIGHT SCHOOL SEPTEMBER 16 ACCOUNTING SHORTHAND TYPEWRITING OFFICE MACHINES Veterans Enrolled under Gl Bill of Rights Cilice Open Saturday for Registrations NASHUA BUSINESS COLLEGE Approved by the National Couir.il of Business Schools FIRE, AUTOMOBILE and other fines of coverage James B. Crowley INSURANCE AGENCY WILLIAM P. SULLIVAN Agent TEX. 41V m Mote St Hoshna. K. H. USED CARS WANTED We pay OPA ceiling prices Mercer Bros. Garage Co. WAIN ST. Ett, 1814 TIL. 814 ed in the Nashua schols. Mr Dodge, a native of Winchester, was educated in the schools of that town. Following their mar- riage they resided for a number of years in Ayer and later lived at Littleton, Brookline and Brad- ford, this state, and in New York, moving back to Nashua four years ago. Mr Dodge is a retired Boston and Maine railroad engineer GOLDEN WEDDING Page 11 New Chancellor Named for Hub Archdiocese Boston, Sept 6 The Rt Rev Msgr Walter J. Furlong, a native of Newburyport, has been named chancellor of the Boston Roman Catholic archdiocese succeeding the Rt Rev Msgr Jeremiah F. Minahan, a native of Haverhill. Msgr Minahan, a former sec- retary of the late William Car- dinal O'Connell, will become pastor of St Catherine's parish, Norwood. He had served as chan- cellor since 1943. Msgr Furlong, 46, has been dean of St Clement's hall, the diocensan seminary in Boston, for the last six years. The Rev John F. Murray, of Pcabody, pro- fessor of Greek and history at the preparatory seminary since 1940, will succeed Msgr Furlong as dean. friendly Phrase "Let's have Utica Club." Millions Prc- that DRY sparkling champagne-like flavor. Ask for Utica Club Pilsner Laser or XXX Cream Amory Resigns Nashua Mfg Post First Time in 109 Years No Member of Family Has Been Affiliated With Concern Little New President With the resignation it Robert Amory, president and treasurer of the Nashua Manufacturing company which he served for 39 years and fought to keep in Nashua during the time textile industries fled to lower-price areas, the Nashua company is without an Amory as executive for the first time in 109 years. His resignation writes finis to a chapter unique in records of the American textile that of a single family's tenure of leadership during an un- broken period of three genera- more than an entire century of mechanical invention, social and economic progress inextricably woven into the history of Nashua, of New Hampshire and of the country. For his grandfather, James S, Amory, ran the company from 1837-1877. An uncle, Frederick Amory, ran the company from 1877-1927. Robert Amory entered the em- ploy of the company in 1907, then holding dual jobs in the Nashua company and Amory AMOHY RESIGNS Page 3 HEIRENS GETS 3 LIFE TERMS FOR MURDERS Chicago, Sept 6 UFi Bloody and vicious crime career of young William Heirens was end- ed today as the state prepared to him in prison to begin serving three consecutive life sentences. The 17 year old college student escaped death in the electric chair for his brutal crimes but the three life sentences and an assortment of other penalties ranging from one year to life for more than a score of burglaries and assaults indicated he will remain in prison until he is nearly 30 years old. Heirens, under Illinois parole laws, can not be freed for at HEIRENS GETS LIFE Page 8 Alert Driver Causes Capture Of Holdup Men New York, Sept 6 When Radio Patrolmen Frank Malloy and Timothy Kilcullen saw a car swerving from side to side on upper Broadway early today they drove alongside it and heard a man call from the front seat of the car: "This is a stickup. They've got a gun." The two policemen pulled their ?uns and forced the cat to stop. From it clambered three men. One of them was Harry Parker, 50-year-old Brooklyn toy mer- chant, who had been held up by two men when they forced their Pages CAUSES CAPTURE CONSIDER WAYS OF HANDLING PRICE DECONTROL Washington, Sept 6 ticipating an eventual rush of appeals by industries for free- dom from price controls, mem- bers of the new decontrol board debated today just how they will handle this job. A spokesman for the indepen- dent three-man board said the members are about agreed and may announce procedures within a week or 10 days. Chairman Roy L. Thompson al- ready has served notice that the board will not listen to a de- control petition unless it has pre- viously been rejected by OPA Chief Paul Porter, in the case of non-food commodities, or Secre- tary of Agriculture Clinton B. Anderson, if an agricultural pro- duct. The board spokesman said de- control decisions could be reach- ed without public hearings but that the three members have agreed public hearings may be PBICE DECONTROL Page 8 Routine Check Of Stores Being Made by OPA OPA investigators were re- ported in the city today mak- ing routine checkups of local stores with a view toward see- ing whether or not they are conforming to the latest price regulations. Two women are said to be checking stores and asking the retail prices of certain items on'sale in the stores. McElwain Co Gets Okay To Enlarge Athol Plant CPA authorization for addi- ions and alterations totalling to four buildings cur- renly occupied by the Ansin :ompany, 839 Main st, Athol, tfass, by the J. F. McElwain Company of Nashua, was an- nounced today by the Boston of- :ice of Civilian Production Ad- ministration. The regional CPA office in Boston announced that it had granted the authorization after long consideration because, ih spite of its relatively heavy im- pact on the Veterans' Housing program, the loss of employment by more than 400 workers if the project was denied justified ap- proval of this project. Civilian Production Adminis- tration was informed that the Ansin company's 407 workers, in- cluding 73 veterans, would have been thrown out of work on Oct MCELWAIN Page 11 Warns Russia Oder Us Not Fixed Eastern Bound'ry Line WIELDS BIG STICK SAYS FORCES TO STAY IN GERMANY FOR LONG PERIOD by Edwin Shanke Stuttgart, Sept 6 of State James F. Byrnes urged today the early estamishment of a centralized German govern- ment, rejected France's claim to the Rhineland and Ruhr and warned Russia that the United States does not consider Ger- many's eastern boundary flxed on the Oder. In an unprecedented speech' regarded as the most important American foreign policy pro- nouncement since the end of the war, Byrnes outlined a broad plan for eventual unification of he German people under a na- (tional council which, he said, JBYHNES REJECTS Page 11 Secretary of State James F. Byrnes outlined in no uncertain terms America's new foreign policy to the German people today. Suspect Goes to Sleep After Arrest on Murder Charge Lowell, Mass, Sept 6 sario A. Milinazzo, 58, a Lowell bricklayer and father of 11 chil- dren, was booked on a charge of murder early today in the slay- ing of Mrs Catherine Nordlie, 36, mother of three children, whose bullet-riddled and battered body was found dangling from a sew- er outlet in the Merrimack river a week ago. The woman disappeared July 31 after having supper at the home of a Lowell sister. Her body was discovered by two fish- ermen. Milinazzo was booked after two hours' questioning by Dis- trict: Attorney George E. Thomp- son of Middlesex county and lo- cal and state police. Officer An- drew Cushing, who was assigned to guard Milinazzo after he had been booked said he fell asleep directly after he had been placed in a cell. The woman's body bore three bullet holes in the neck, and evidence that she had been beat- en on the head. Police theorized that the body had been stuffed LOWELL SLAYING Page 11 Continue Probe Into Ragen Death Chicago, Sept 6 and police investigations into :he mysterious death of James M. Ragen proceeded today as cor- oner's physicians began new chemical tests after a second au- topsy on the body of the wealthy racing news distributor. As police continued their search for suspects in the June 24 :angland shooting of Ragen, loroner A. L. Broclie ordered the nquest, which had been con- inued to Oct 3, resumed this aft- ernoon. The coroner saitl he was to re- open the inquest into Ragen's death, at Michael Reese hospital ast Aug 14, in an effort to get estimony in connection with a mercury-weighted balloon used n the treatment of Ragen before ils death. RAGEN DEATH Page 3 90-Lb. Roll Roofing 2.43 roll Covers 100 square feer fire- resistant ceramic granule surface: Nails, cijment, included. MONTGOMERY WARD FURNITURE MOVING ANYWHERE IN NEW HAMPSHIRE OR MASSAC LOCAL AND NEW HAMPSHIRE GENERAL TRUCKING 168 MAIN COBLEIGH HOWE 772 INSURANCE FIRE AUTOMOBILE C. I. SPALDING CO. TeL 288 Koomi SU-Slt. PUtowi BUI.. BmtM Scrfte M flMt That L C. 2 SENATE PROBERS TO DEMAND MAY TELL FULL STORY Washington, Sept 6 War Investigating committee made it plain today it will insist that Rep Andrew J. May (D-Ky) tell at a full dress hearing about his activities in connection with war contracts obtained by the Garsson munitions combine. In a letter to May, Chairman Meat} (D-NY) asserted that the Kentucky congressman's state- ment disclaiming any profit from his connection with the Cumber- land Lumber Co, a Garsson affil- iate, "does not give adequate in- formation" and "is not satisfac- tory to the committee." Mead ruled out, too, any sub- committee excursion to question May at the latter's Prestonsburg, Ky, home. Brushing off the pos- sibility, he asked that May ad- vise the committee "when it may YUGOSLAVIA AND COMMUNISM UNDER VFW FIRE Boston, Sept 6 Commu- j nism and Jugoslavia were under fire today of the Veterans of i Foreign Wars. The 47th national encamp- ment of the organization adopt- ed a resolution calling for con- gressional banning of the Com- munist party from the ballot af- ter hearing President William Green of the American Federa- tion of Labor assert that "the menace of Communism to Amer- ica at the moment looms more dangerously from within than without." The convention also adopted by acclamation a resolution ask- ing the federal government to hall; all relief ships to Yugo- slavia. The delegates acted' shortly after National Comdr Joseph M. Stack of Pittsburgh issued a statement declaring that "the shooting down of unarmed American aircraft flying over Yugoslavia is an outrage the American people deeply resent1' The resolve, offered by Ches- ter Koch of Cleveland, Ohio, ask- ed the government to hold at its dock any ship loaded with relief supplies for that nation. Green said it was time "to lef Stalin know once and for all YUGOSLAVIA Page 11 SENATE PROBERS Page 3 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. row TEL, 3910 3911 186 MAIN ST. No Change Reported in Polio Situation Polio situation here and in the: state remained unchanged today as neither city nor state health authorities re- ceived report of any new case. At Peterboro, Comdr Howard Whitcomb of the Cheney-Arm- strong post, American Legion, announced cancellation of a week's carnival which was to have been sponsored, opening Sept 9. The action was taken, it was announced, after a con- ference between Legion and health authorities, in view of the current state polio situa- tion. WANTED HOUSEKEEPER for North End Family No Sunday or holiday work. References must be furnished. Good pay. WRITE X-S, CARE TELEGRAPH
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