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Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 5, 1948, Nashua, New Hampshire NASHUA TELEGRAPH, NASHUA, N. H. THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1948 11 Acquitted Burlington, Vt, 5, (.V, A Superior Court jury acquired Earl Williams, 32, notcl mainten- ance man, yesterday of -econd degree arson ift connection with a series of fires in the Va-- Ness House in June. The state charged six ary fires occurred in the hotel within a perioC or ten dajs. The defense offered no during the brief trial before Judge Henry S. Black PLAKO PRODUCTS CORPORATION New BrVMwlik, N. J. AT DAYTON PLANT While an Ohio National Guardsman and tank stand watch, a couple of pickets and a few guards stand in the main gate of the Univis Lens Co, under a leaden sky at Dayton, O. (AP Wirephoto) Smallest Baby Is 23 Days Old Soutfi Bend, Ind, Aug 5, UP) The smallest surviving baby in the history of South Bend Tlem- orial hospital tipped the scales at just over two pounds today 23 days old. Little Jeannette Dzikowski named for her mother but called "Inky" by her parents because she still lives in an is described by doctors as norm- ally hungry and active baby. But she gets food through tube placed in her throat to re- lieve her of the effort of eating. "Inky" was born to Mrs Casi- mir Dzikowski, two months pre- maturely on July 14. She is the couples first child. The father, a food store proprietor, is 30 old and the mother is 29. Cools As It Refreshes TEA VIENNA SAUSAGES MFD. BY ARBOGAST BASTIAN INC ALLENTOWN, PA. Stranded in Fog, Boot Is Towed to Port Boston, Aug 5, UP) St'anded overnight off-shore in the fog, a WORKS LIKE MAGIC! DAZZLE numerous staini and porcelain, deodorizes and disin- garbage cans, bleaches laundry. New Improved DAZZLE U better than ever. At your grocers today. DAZZLE BLEACH for extra strength, purity, gentleness i. L. Prtttttt Co., PMMK, N. J. 71 TCOTJ in CUDAHY PURITAN BOLOGNA To save meat money and Cudahy ALL MEAT Puritan Bologna by the piece! Re- move casing. Score. Bake a 1 Ib. piece at F. for 30 minutes. Serve with potatoes and pear halves. s T. C. P. 19A8 CUDAXV Boston fishing boat with 35] aboard was towed to port today. The 50-foot "Rendezvous" was sighted by a lobster boat anch- ored in South Channel with a damaged rudder. The, owned by Henry Coyman of South Boston, lost its way in the fog while cut with a fishing party yesterday Earl Montccallo of Framing- ham, one of the fishermen, said they were in no danger and had plenty of food aboard. Described by the weathpr bur- eau as an ocean-generated pea- souper, the blanket caused the grounding of a big coal allier in Boston Harbor and delayed for several hours arrival f at least two big coastal excursion ships. Hundreds of small pleasure boats, including racing yachts at Marblehead, Mass, were crapped in the murk. Many rode out the j night along the coastline. The Coast Guard directed the landing of others. Despite reduction of visibility of 15-feet in some areas, parti- cularly in Boston Harbor, there were "no reports of casualt'es, and all craft apparently were accounted for. Coast Guard ships used radar to direct many of the "lost" ves- sels to piers and were busy through the night messaging searings to all types ot craft seeking berths. The fog, described as one of ,he worst in many years, also 'orced Boston-bound planes m- and to Bedford airport. A num- ber landed at that pon circling Boston. The collier P. W. Sprasjue, re- cently converted from a Liberty ship, ran aground twice in Bos- ton Harbor. She finally droroed anchor for the night off Deer island. Reports that the collier was aground forced the excursion ships Steel Pier, inbound from Provmcetown, and the Liberty Belle, headed into port from Ply- mouth, to move so cautiously they were delayed several hours. The craft carried about 1200 pas- sengers. The British passenger ship, Newfoundland, dropped her J-OOK in the outer harbor until morn- ing. Due to arrive in Bus'.nu last night, slid carried an undeter- mined r umber of pvserseis. The colliers A. L. Kent and Bye-Aye and the Fine Bluff Victory, bound for sea, an- chored in the harbor until the fog began lifting. Scores of commercial and pleasure fishing vessels were locked in the fog during the night. The pea-souper blotted out a number of outdoor events but the Boston Braves-Cincinnati Reds game went on as scheduled under lights which penetrated the haze. RECIPES! Thirty-two quick, easy treats >ou can make with Holiday Macaroon Mix. Pies and puddings, cakes and mar2ipan candy! So thrifty. Send for your FREE copy of "Happy Holidays" today FOOD INDUSTRIES, DEPT. K Perth Amboy, N. J. Trail's End For Hiker at Mount Katahdin Millinocket, Me, Aug 5 Ascent of mile-high Mount Ka tahdin today lay ahead of Earl Shaffer, 29, after a mile hike over the Appalachian trail. The trail's northern terminus is the summit of Maine's highest mountain. The York, Pa, hiker, who ar- rived at the base last night, said he was the first hiker to cover the whole length of the famous trail. He left Oglethorpe, Ga, April 4, he said, arid averaged about 17 miles a day. "But I haven't done anything anyone else couldn't he de- clared. Travelling light Shaffer pack- ed only food, spare clothing and a poncho. He generally slept in lean-tos, but occasionally wrap- ped himself in the he said. His favorite food was corn- bread, cooked in a frying pan. UY You com buy Holiday ert First National, 223 Main and at all Gold Seal, Clover Farm, Biockelmon and 20th Century MARGARINE WITH THE NEW FLAVOR DISCOVERY JOHN E. CAIN CO.. Ohtrltoton, Man. Today's news, todays pictures, today. wants all the home and he gets it best from his favorite newspaper Nashua Telegraph. BUTTER SHOULDERS BACON BOLOGNA LEATHER LUNCH QUICK HOT COFFEE WHITE HOUSE Ib. 45 PUFFED WHEAT 12 PUFFED RICE 14 OLIVES STUFFED 3Vi oz. jar 29 TOMATO m. 2---4S- STERLING SALT 8 TOMATOES "-29. CANNING NEEDS CANNING JARS quart size doz. pint doz. GOODMUCK JAR RINGS 2 pk9S PAROWAX Ib. pkg. FOR QUICK HOT WEATHER MEALS SERVE CORNED BEEF 47C LIBBYS Corned Beef 34' ARMOURTTffiET LUNCHEON 12 ox. MEAT can DEVILED HAM Underwood's con SUGAR LOAF BREAD 2 loavec PRUNES Ib. pkg. 23e Seedless RAISINS 15 ox. pkg. 3 GOLD SEAL EVAPORATED MILK 43c tall cans SUNSHINE Hi-Ho Crackers Ib. pkg. Good Size CaUfomia QRANGES doz. 39c Native Pascal Celery bunches ea 19c Red MALAGA GRAPES Ib. 2f9c Fancy Blue SUGAR PLUMS GOOD SIZE FANCY LEMONS 39c doz. 2 39c 3 for lOc OCTAGON SOAP PALMOLIVE SOAP Reg. Cake 3 cakes 27C IcSALE CHIFFON SOAP FLAKES 1c with purchase of another package 2 pkgs> 35C SUPER SUDS Ige. pkg. PALMOLIVE SOAP Bath Size Cake 2cakes 27C Al's Food Store 19 Harbor Ave. American Lithuanian Store 36 High St. Amherst St. Mkt. 24 Amherst St. Arthur's Market 108 W. Hollis St. Babe's Food Mart Belair's Market Benny Gordon's Mkt. Bernard's Market Boisvert Bros. Cyrille Brodeur Son 58 Chestnut St. Canal St. Market 44-44 V2 Canal St. Cardin's Market 127 Temple St. 41 Lake St. 22 Wilder St. 4 E. Pearl St. 82 Lock St. 19 McKean St. Phone 1017 1658 218 3435 950 745 222S-W 2395 807 2700 730 759 Central Market 15 Factory St. Central Branch Mkt. W. Hollis St. City Cash Market Dube's Market Elmer's Market Gordon's Market T. P. Hagerty's Market Jeannotte's Market 15 Market Lagasse's Mkt. Martin's Market 29 28 Chestnut St. 39fTolles St. 42 Chestnut St. 3 Bridge St 25 Bridge St. 1 Broad SL Chestnut St. 91 Alld.St. 1 Ledge St. Hanover St. Phone 2380 1087 3420 592 3940 2310 381 1600 34 1805 1086 350 Migneault'i Mkt. Phone 32 Whitney St. 3210 Union Mkt. 136 E. Hollis St. 1900 Nashua Public Mkt. 21 Chestnut St. 3360 Ouellette's Market 99 Walnut St. 3771 Pastor's Market 40 Pine St. 54 Pipilas Market 286 Main St. 1958 Soucy's Lake St. Market 147 Lake St, 3530 Soucy's Market 191 W. Holli. St. 3014 Soucy's Pine St. Market 112V2 Pine St. 889 Temple Cash Mkt. 59 Temple St. 483 Vets' Corner Store, 185 Concord St. 49O8 West Pearl St. Mkt. 170 W. Pearl St. HOME OPERATED FREE DELIVERY HOME OWNED
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