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   Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 20, 1958, Nashua, New Hampshire                               TONIGHT IN THE TELEGRAPH AroLmrl Town Crosiword 13 Obiluariei a Snarls ....10 A 11 Televiiion-Ridio T TheMtri.......10 Wall SI........3 Wcathir....... 1 Nashua STeleqraph Complete Associated Press and Wide World Services 9 J. WEATHER Fatr nnd Cooler Today and Tomorrow BUY NOW! FOR JOBS TOMORROW VOL. 90. NO. 68. Fnlend it Ibt Pent Office Ktebut. N.H.. ai Mcond elMl matter under the- Act of March 2.1B78 NASHUA, NEW HAMPSHIRE TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1958 Established 1832 PRICE: CENTS FRENCH PREMIER TESTS GOVT HOLD Student Uprisings In Hub Join In Noisy Demonstrations Boston, May 20 police have come to know as the "silly season'1 has ar- rived at tome universities. Three separate uprisings broke out last night and early today at Boston University and Tufts University. An estimated stu- dents were involved. The latest broke out at am today when approximately 150 female at Tufts marched out ol their dormitories, and paraded to the men's dormitories with bang- ing drums. Male students foolish enough to poke their heads out of windows were showered with water-fllled bags and firecrackers. Trie girls from Jackson College, the wom- en'i school at Tufts, carried a banner pro- claiming their aim as "We Want Short Shorts." They emptied Ihe dresser drawers In leveral rooms carrying off male under- garments which they hoisted on sticks as flags of victory. This was a reverse engage- ment ol earlier male raids which had lin- gerie as their objective. Fifteen policemen answered an alarm and paraded the girls back their dorms near the university In suburban Medford. The girls explained their action was In retaliation to a noisy demonstration by the male at the girls dormitories last night. The uprising by Tufts male students fol- lowed one at Boston University's Myles Stan- dish dormitory for male students. At BU, someone sounded a false fire alarm. As fire apparatus pulled up to the eight-story building students pelted fire fighters with water-Ailed bags, exploding firecrackers and debris, Police were called and they responded in about 10 patrol cars and the patrol wagon Meanwhile the BU students were joined b> co-eds from their nearby dormitory and the residents of BU and MIT fraternities in the area. BU President Harold C. Case was sum- moned from his sleep and he pleaded with the students to return to their studies for the final examinations today. An hour later quiet returned to the borhood, but not before five students were arrested and booked on charges of disturb- ing the peace. Despite his obvious discontent with the demonstration, Dr Case put up the bail of each for the five students. At Tufts, some 300 students staged raids on three co-ed dormitories and set mino: blazes In back of the buildings. That riot was quelled by police from Medford and Somerville. Booked in the BU uprising were: Barry J. Sussman, 18, of Surrey Lane, Rockville, NY; David Levine, 18, of "61 Wal- ter st, Portland, Maine; Alan Victor, 18, East Chester, NY; Robert Baum, 19, 681 Grange rd, Teaneck, NJ, and Harry M. Satolskl, 19, 100 Falrmount av, Worcester. NH UNEMPLOYMENT TOTAL SHOWS DROP FOR 5th WEEK irATE AP NEW! Concord, May 20 The State Employment Security D e p t Raid today New Hampshire's unemployment total has drop- ped for the fifth consecutive NEW jobless figure week. THE was set at a decrease Of 350 from last week, The latest unemployment total represents 5.9 per cent of the total available labor force, compared with 6.1 per cent last week. THE DEPARTMENT report- ed "optimism" and additional hlrings In textiles, construc- tion, electrical goods, shoes and apparel. Here are purrent area unem- ployment totals, with the per- centage of the work force Idle: BERLIN unemployed, S.S per cent of work force; Claremont 5.6; Concord- Franklin 3.9; Dover- Somcrsworth Rochester Keene 950, 5.4; Laconla 5.9; Littleton 500, 5.0; Manchester 3.700, 7.5; Nashua 5.6; and Portsmouth 050, 4.4. GOVERNORS BACK PUBLIC WORKS CUT TO AFFECT AS BEST ANTIRECESSION WEAPON NASHUA WORKERS Miami, Fla, May 20 majority of the nation's gov- ernor's appeared today to be- lieve that expanded public works rather than a general federal tax cut offer the best method of combatting the ec- onomic recession. THE GOVERNORS come lo grips with the economic pro- blem In four simultaneous panel sessions. A cross-section check Indi- cated top-heavy sentiment s- gainst the kind of individual income tax reduclion now be- ing subjected to cautious spar- ring between members of the E i s e n howcr administration and Democratic leaders of Congress. SIGNIFICANTLY, perhaps, more Democratic than Repub- lican governors had spoken out at this 50th annual meet- ing against an across-the- board reduction. With the ex- ception of Democratic Gov. W. Avercll Ilarriman of New York those who proposed such did so reluctantly. Gov G. Mennen Williams of Michigan, regarded as a po- tential bidder for the ISfiO Democratic presidential nom- said he thinks It Is too late to get any real anti- recession benefits from a gen- eral federal tax cut. GENERALLY, the Democrat-, ic governors favored the pub- Few, if any, Nashua em- ployes of the Boston and Maine Hailroad will he af- fected by a passenger rail ser- vice cut come June 1. A SPOKESMAN from the E and M offices. Boston, reported (hat about 120 employes In RECORD TROUT Mrs Marie Pcpiti of Newbury, N.IT., beams with delight as she holds 15li pound golden trout she caught fishing in Lake Sunapee. She caught the inch Primaries Today i Virginia Eyes New Delays on Integration Richmond, May 20 Virginia studied possible new delaying tactics today to off- set Supreme Court action pushing the state nearer the choice between school integra- tion or closure. In Maryland, Pennsylvania (AtrociatH Pennsylvania and Maryland voters select candidates for senator and governor today, th Jlarold Slassen pinning i hopes for a political come- back on a big primary turnout m Pennsylvania. STASSErT, three-time gov- ernor of Minnesota, !s battling e n n s y Iv a n I a s Republi- can slate organization for the GOP nomination Tor govern- or. Official party support Is be- Hlnd Arthur T. McGonigle, Rome, May 20 Cardinal Strilch, partially pa- ralysed hy a scveie stroke Monday, spent a good night; and doctors .said his had not worsened. The crisis] was expuctcrl sometime today. "HIS CONDITION is satis- .said a biict medical bulletin this morning. It was signed by the cardinal's per- sonal physician, Dr Ralph Bergen of Chicago, and Dr Ki- lippo Rocchi, Vatican physi- cian. "Twenty-four hours have now passed and that already Rocchi said. "Naturally we continue to hope for the best." PROF di- rector of the clinic'wliere the' prelate is hospitalized, said he was not able to talk but was lucid. The 70-year-old Roman Ca- tholic Archbish'op of Chicago long trout using a laced on jack smelt on suffered a blood dot in the an eight pound test line. She landed the .brain that partially paralyzed trout after a half hour battle. It is aillis risbt side and impeded; new record for a trout caught in Lake his speech. HIS BIGHT ARM was ampu- tated April 28 to check Ihe threat of gangrene arising! from another blood clot. He arrived in Rome last month to assume his new post as chief of the Vatican congregation in charge ol missions. Condition of Cardinal Stritch Is Satisfactory Showdown Due On DeGaullc Bid Sunapee. (AP Wirephoto) LITTLE DAMAGE The court Monday the state's ap- high turned down peal of a federal court order directing the admission of se.ven. children to three while schools In Arlington County, adjacent to Washing- ton. Virginia, whose law calls for closure of public schools .vealthy pretzel manufacturer.) in which integration occurs, Pwo other aspirants also are'lias 25 days to ask the Su- in the race. Stassen, until recently Pres- dent Kisenhowor's disarma- prome Court to reconsider. But whether Goi- J. Lindsay Almond Jr and Attv Gen A. S. HEAVY RAIN IN SEASON'S FIRST THUNDERSTORM The first thunderstorm of the season brought very little lightning and thunder bul plenty of rain yesterday af- ternoorjr. NEARLY one-third of an inch of lain fell in less than an hour between and 5 pm, according to Pennicliuck pumping station officials. Damage was almost negli- gible. Telephone company of- ficials said about 65 phones were out for a time because of cable troubles but complete service was restored later in of the evening. The Public Ser- TRUJILLO SAYS HE'S IN LOVE WITH KIM NOVAK Hollywood, May 20, Lt. Gen. Rafael "Trujillo, Jr.. says lie-is in lovtv_with ac- tress Kim Novak. THE HEAD of the Domini- can Republic's air force broke his long silence on his per- sonal life Monday night on nent adviser, concedes he will j Harrison will take such a need a large turnout to win. course was highly uncertain. !e optimistically forecast a Even sllcll R cst wefe made on the BUT POLITICAL observers ciav, last possible June 14, the court most expect fewer than  development in the Crown frd. Hill area as well as in two; Mayor Vngge. said on off- other air-n.s. [days, the areas will be closed The Mayor revealed thaljlo all dumping. Ho said ._ Munilay, the Hoard of Public Works dcparlnienl will tlirec- sanitary land fills for rubbish disposal. All police lu laKl imlUv of any unlawful dump- ing of ruhhish at nny oilier place, or time. tended hy BPW "There Is a definite need of from 8 a.m. to K p.m., Mori-jmorc recreational facillics in jday Saturday in or-j Ihe Crown Hill area and der In nccomndnle nnyone cily grows. Hie liro.nl si has itihhish to dispose. jaica anil Ihe Searles id urea "Tlic areas will be closed are rapidly becoming more in at all oilier time.s. These nil-i need of play facilities." ings apply to all city, UNTIL TWO years acn, the indusliial, contracl or any, BPW used sand' from ihe old other calegof.v or individual'. pil for tarring purposes or firm who use Hie I5PW dis-; and for sanding streets in the posal facilities." Mayor winter. Mayor Vagge's move for immodinli' arluin was inllu- 1'iuvd llic near Ir.igcdy last Friday. As reported earlier, Ihe girl's p.'ireiils, Mr. aud Hirer are line prospers iliej AS A FURTHER public sci. future, recreational areas. Jlejvice, the Mayor reported Ihal listed i horn as follows: three ruhhish disposal MONDAYS, and j areas will be serviced and at- said. HE ADDED: "The mniiileu- :uu'.- (if .saniciry laud lilh and I In- Milct cumpliame with schedules will make it pos- Ih lo mriverl Mis. Paul A. l.evr.sque, COM- y-nwnctl pj'np- worn, useless land iuio usable j dcnvied th are.v; where recreational They saiiK "Tile .sandpit ililic.s nr parking areas can bcl i.s a lo children in Ihnl immediately realized, .._.. and be removed, Del roil, May 20 plastic, surgery might put a brake on auto Insurance, rates, says a Detroit surgeon. Dr Claire I.. Rtraith, chief of staff at Straith Memorial Hospital, lold the Delroit Insurance Adjusters Assn that If .sears were reduced, juries would not reliirn the high damage judgments wliich now boost insurance ralei. RulUiml, VI, May 20 persons were killed la.st night in Ihe crash of (wo cars. In nearby Easi Piitsforri. Tlie victims were Patricia Ann Hove, 16, of Rutland, and Karl Newlon, 28, of Kas! Pillsford. Injured In the crash were Joanne Ca.ssidr. Timothy Russell, Ifi. and Richard N'avin, ]S, all of Rutland. No one was riding wilh Newton, BeiiniiiRttiii. Vt, May 20 started out to he a dav of juy yesierday fur Thuinas cros-s of Arlington. His wlff jjnve hirlli to a daughter nl Pufn.im Memo- linl Ijo.spilal, nenninglvni. To eclebrale, Cross went fishing In n motor houl with Kdward Fo-stcr. Tlie boal in Lake Foster was rescued by oilier fishermen, Crot5, fnllicr of a tew hourn,   

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