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Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 16, 1946, Nashua, New Hampshire Polio Bans Removed By Health Board ____________ _ mv Complete Associated Press and Wide World Services NASHUA TEL WEATHER Cool Tonight, Warmer Tuesday VOL. 72. NO. 167. Entered at thi Peal OlAoo it Nashua, N. H., at ttocnd olam mattir. NASHUA, NEW HAMPSHIRE MONDAY EWNING, SEPTEMBER 16, 1946 Established 1832 PRICE: FOUR CENTS WHIPPL DIRECTOR Rising Juvenile Delinquency Here Giving Police Worry Movies, Library Opened to Kids v Schools to Open Wednesday on Schedule Enrollment Ahead of Last Year Looked For Public and parochial schools of the city will open for the fall term Wednesday morning, Sept 18, the ban imposed by the Board of Health two weeks ago as a precautionary measure against the spreao: of polio hav- ing been lifted by the Board of Health following a decision reached at a weekend confer- ence- All other restrictions including attendance at movies, games, and other performances, use of the swimming pools and the Na- shua Public library were also removed. In making the announcement for the health board, whose FOURTEEN CASES, POLICE BLOTTER OVER WEEKEND Police here are more than a little csncerned over the steps to be taken to check the rising juvenile delinquency problem and which they offer as evidence the police blotter over the past few months which is largely filled out with complaints con- cerning: "teen" sge boys. Fourteen cases of juveniles in trouble of one kind or another were reported to police Satur- day and Sundiy, with corn- on the opening of schools of the'plaints coming in from-many city and all other restrictions. ;sections of the city, including "The number of cases of report of boys stealing from fantile paralysis here has been parked cars on Elm st. very small and there are no new I Youngsters were seen climbing cases. Although it is light poles on Kinsley dre, Chairman Fraser said, "Af- ter considering all the factors in- volved the Board lifted the ban anemtera, are Dr Fraser, Dr ther A, March and Ralph Leten-1 POLIO BANS that we may have some other RISING JTJVENI''E cases, we feel certain that they would not be caused by the lift- ing of the restrictions." No cases of polio have been reported in the city since last Tuesday when the seventh case was diagnosed and taken to the Elliot hospital in Manchester for treatment. There were also no Page 5 Jerry Haggerty Stricken At Country Ckib Saturday Jerry J. Haggerty, prominent Nashua business man, real es- tate dealer and former Hills- boro County register of deeds, dropped dead Saturday after- noon while playing golf at the Nashua Country club. When stricken, he was given aid on the links by Dr Philip McLaughlin and rushed to Memorial hospital in the ambulance. SEEK IDENTITY OF BODY FOUND IN SALISBURY WOODS Salisbury, Mass, Sept 16, Following a medical examiner's verdict of "probable state and local police today sought the identity of a man j auuuae iowara jttussia whose badly decomposed body Haggerty, attended parochial If so a showdown is in the schools here and Nashua Busi-I making over the current "tough" ness college and as a young man policy of Secretary of State -r-r g b0r" Na" Page 5 shua Feb 4, 1890, the son of Den- nis F. and Mary J. (Haggerty) Haltered STATE DEPT TO PUT CLAMP OK HENRY WALLACE Washington, Sept 16 Every sign pointed today to a red hot dispute between Henrj A. Wallace and the State Depart ment over future foreign polic> speeches by the Secretary of Commerce. Whether a full-scale cabinel crisis would develop remained to be seen. It appeared to hinge on whe olio cases have made the city he chief center of the disease, schools were scheduled to open Wednesday. No new cases were -eponed there over the weekend. Two Sons of Nashua Womian Injured in Plymouth Crash Two of those seriously hurt accidents over the week end in New Hampshire, Roy Cushing, 21, of Plymouth, and Oscar Cush- ing, 24, also of Plymouth, are the sons of the late Oscar H. Cushing and Mrs Arah E. Hunt of this city. Both Cushings were severe-, Mlss Leatrice Joy Gilbert, daugh- ly injured in a crash on Route of two once-famous screen in Plymouth Sunday and Mrs stars, the former Leatrice Joy lea trice Gilbert Becomes Bride Providence, RI, Sept 16, Boston, Sept 16 pick- ets patrolled Boston docks today as the National Maritime Union strike spread to the collier fleet and tied up all Boston commer- cial shipping, except oil tankers. Hundreds of employes bound for jobs at the Army base and at the Boston Navy Yard annex in South Boston were delayed in reaching their work as bus ser- vice became entangled with a picket line of hundreds of NMU representatives. When police explained to the pickets that traffic was being in- terfered with, the line was re- duced to a hundred men, and later to five as the marchers re- turned to attend a strike meet- ing. Charles J. McCarthy, New Eng- land port agent for the NMU, called the strike 100 percent ef- .'ective with an estimated now involved in the Boston area. Only security watches are be- ing allowed on vessels with per- .shable cargo, he said. Unless continued for some length of time, the tieup of the HOSTON SHIPPING Page 5 River Rescue Appeal for Refugee Plan NH Man Saves Mother, Aunt From Car in Sudbury River Wayland, Mass, Sept 16 Joseph L. Champigny, 22, of _ NH, rescued his mother and his i HI aunt early today from their sub- merged automobile after it left the road and plunged into the Sudbury river. With his mother, Mrs Marion Champigny, 52, and her sister, Mrs Grace Hubbard, 50, of Low- Lake Success, NY, Sept 16, ell, Champigny was driving American delegation was home after a week-end visit today with a strong ap- Hudson. They encountered to the United Nations Eco- fog and the car struck a bridge nomic and Social Council for abutment and rolled down an'fill financial support of the pro- embankment into the river. I posed refugee program which "I could see the wall of been tentatively rejected by outside my door IEussia and other countries. Champigny related, "I punched Tne appeal was prepared for the glass and it broke. I pulled delivery by George L. Warren, myself out through the broken i State Department adviser on re- window and then reached in and U'lgees and displaced persons, to pulled out my aunt. I pushed a flurry of opposition in her up to the surface and then various degrees which arose last I took my mother's arm over the set'uP and flnan' guided her out from the back c-al requirements mapped out for the International Refugee seat." Dr N. jr. Columbo of Hudson treated both women for immer- NH MAN Page 4 Lcroix' of and the late John Gilbert, be the Mde band, Archie Lacroix of Laconia, i Henrv clav Halt Jr' brother of collided with another reportedly driven by Roy Cushing. According to police reports, Roy Cushing received a fractured leg and other injuries, while Oscar Cushing sustained possible in- ternal injuries. Mr Laoroix also stage and screen actor Richard C. Hart. The couple, who will live in New York, were married at the First Baptist church in a cere- mony attended by close rela- tives, including the mother of TWO SONS the bride, who is now Mrs Arthur Westermark. MOVING ANYWHERE IN NEW HAMPSHIRE OH MASSACHUSETTS LOCAL AND NEW HAMPSHIRE GENERAL TRUCKING 168 MAIN COBLEIGH HOWE 772 INSURANCE AUTOMOBILE Boom SlS-Sltt. Odd rOknn Kit. Tel 386 c H E V R O L E CADILLA SIMONIZING Preserve that Car Have it Done Our Special Way H. C. LINTOTT 25 Main St Tel. 77 I O D S M iE Baby Recovering After Boston, Sept 16 hospital today reported John Giordano, Jr, of Hartford, Conn, flown here in an oxygen tent last week at the age of four days, was recovering after an operation which opened a closed esopha- gus. Organization. US READIES Page 5 Black Stove Pipe 18 In. Length Black Steel Lock Joints TEL. 3910 3911 186 MAIM ST. EVENING COURSES Start TONIGHT Veterans Enrolled under Gl Bill of Rights NASHUA BUSINESS COLLEGE Approved by the National Council of Business Schools
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