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   Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 22, 1958, Nashua, New Hampshire                               TONIGHT IN THE TELEGRAPH Page Around Town 18 Obiluariti 4 Ha) 19 Soorli -----33 2.1 Clasiiftetfi .24-25 Tiftvisioa-Ridio S3 Coniioi ........33 Thetlin.......93 Will SI........4 Editorial Liwrcnce .18 ,18 Wtftlhtr Nashua STeleoraph Complete Associated Press and Wide World Services 9 J. WEATHER Cloudy, Scattered Showers Tonight and Tomorrow BUY NOW FOR JOBS TOMORROW VOL. 90. NO. 70. Entfrpt) at the Port Office at ,N n >i claei rainier tmdf r the Act of March 2. 1678 NASHUA, NEW HAMPSHIRE THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1958 Established 1832 PRICE: FIVE CENTS FRENCH, TUNISIAN FORGES IN CLASH Pflimlin Pushes Reforms CONVICT FLUSHED FROM CELLAR Paris. May 22 Premier Pierie Pflimlin today speeded the progress of constitutional reforms to strengthen the power of the executive branch and make it harder for the National Assembly to turn cabinels out of oflice. PFLIMLIN'S new military chief, meanwhile, prepared for a mission to Algiers aimed at bringing the Gaullist generals there back under the control of Paris. A military from Algiers already was in Paris. The Premier put his consti- tutional proposals in shape lor Cabinet consideration in a conference Wednesday nifrhl with political leaders, who have given him overwhelming support so far. THE CHIEF AIM is to end1 the rapid turnover in French [Joseph Rose emerges from cellar of cabinets which has so often j house ill Hartford, Conn., to face slate stymied French policy ami _____ _ produced the demand for a strong-man regime headed by Gen Charles dc Gaulle. The heart of the reform plan reportedly is a constitutional amendment requiring the op- position, before it can vote out government, to come up HUDSON BUS LINES DRASTIC REDUCTION IN SOME SERVICES with a new premier and pro- gram acceptable to the Assem- bly majority. Provision also be made for dissolving the Assembly and holding new elections when the Cab- inet and the deputies dead- locked without acceptable al- ternative. IN HIS FIRST major step to reestablish, tlie government's control In Algeria, Mic Prem- ier ordered Gen Henri Lorillot, new chief of staff for the com- bined forces, to cross the Med- iterranean. His departure dale was a clopely guarded secret to protect him from (he col- onialist hotheads in North Africa. Officially, Lorlllot's mission was to discuss military oper- ations in the Algerian war with Gen Raoul Salan, the ter- ritory's military, dictator who is supposed to be exercising authority for Paris but who has been voicing pro Do Gaulle sentiments. Despite his announced purpose, it was as- sumed Lorillot also would RO into Salan's ambiguous posi- tion in the crisis. Hudson Bus Lines nounced a curtailment of bus service here starting Sunday, June 1 Hands raised, state prison escaper, OF PATRONAGE: Hungerford is Offered New Job At State School STATE AP HEWS Laconia, May 22 Trustees of tiin Laconia Stain School; today they have offered! jSupt. Richard H. Hungcrford a new ioh as the institution's j I director of sprc'ial education. EXECUTIVE Councilor Cha? II. V.'hiltier (R acting chairman ot the Mhor-l's bnarcl of trustees. d has agreed to inert with him June 2 to con sider the offer. Wliitlier said trustees acted on a recommendation in a mental health survey rcpoit! by the American Psychiatric ALTHOUGH tlie report rec- ommended that HunECrford be "elevated to head slate SURPRISE AND UNWELCOME VISITOR and local police with drawn guns. pal, Robert followed in same manner in seconds. (AP Wircpholo) t01' offered him would [Haven, the pilot of this plane, escaped WoloclymjT Rondiak, 50, of New hen il dived into the FRENCH PLANES DROP BOMB ON GAFSA AIRPORT Tunis, Tunisia May 22 Tunisian President Ilahih Bo LI rfi u i ba sa i rl I od a y French planes dropped a bomb on the airpori ai (laf.sa and that as h are taking p I R re he (wccn Tunisian and French .forces in I lie tlafsa area. SPEAKING to Hie nation in his weekly radio address, Bourgiiiha also said French and Tunisian troops wore face to face at Romada, a clasli took place a Jew days ago which led to an exchange of protests between France and Tunisia. "We prefer that the question of the cvacualion of French troops from Tunisia be regulated in a friendly Bourguiha said, "bul fear lliat no longer find anyone in ly with which to discuss the the elimination evening service allrr fi o'clock. Prior to the new company di- rective, the firm had one bus jTeen-age Triangle Shooting Brings to Two willi facia! cuts roof of lliis home nciir Ansonia Conn., .lirporl. Occupants of the hou.se were ed that evening hus service will be proyided Friday eve of all Sunday routes and eve- ning runs with the excep- tion of shopping nights. EHNEST H. VANNASSE, su- perintendent here, said, "Lack of patronage resulted in firm's curtailing service." There will be no bus ______ vice Sundays from June 1 on. ed until pm The cut eliminates Sunday's] HE ALSO SAID there would three daytime routes -and one i be no change in the evening route covering Crown Hill, Kinsley st Albion. Neb, May 22 An honor student and running until pm. It [daughter of a prominent farm; and succeeded covered the Crown Hill a of Kinsley st areas. However, Mr Vannasse stat- ire Wednesday night from; the school for mentally re [the rifle of a rival for the: tarried persons. girl's attention. place him under the sLipervis- ion ot 1 he man who suci-eoiled him as school superintendent. Tlie report, which has stilled a growing controversy, prais.cc Hungerford for his talents ir the field ot education but crit irized his administrative abil. ity. DR. DANIEL BLAIH, the as- sociation's medical suggested that Hungerford be "elevated" to the new post, p c''cslrr Morrow IR saiel today Ihe Postoffice elept has been awardoel a con- tract for a new postoffice in away at the limn. Nose and cab of plane dropper) into Die Jiving room of the jp'robYom.'1 house. Cause of crash was not deter-; BOURGUIBA said the mined immediately. (AP Vt'irephoto [bombing at Cafsa took place ICONTRACT FOR JHUDSON PO 'IS AWARDED Gov. Dwinol] said (hat there the j nings and on any other i ntng when stores are wr.j'This service will bc maintain- lf- Hudson to Robert coeur and Adrian A. Labric of THE SHOTS I h n t evc- this town of 2.132 pop C'iwc-re fired hv Hermit Kecsh-1 at le ant'! THE NEW building, which His ,Mm j iiewsmcii he will act be Joo-Ucc! on the north- LATE NEWS Flashes Holyoke, Mass, May 22 I shooiinfr during a large family gathering ended in death last night for Felix Perez, suitor of one of the daughters in the family. Police said recently arrived from Princeton, Fla, and burst into the family gathering to complain of delays in his marriage ID one of tlie daughters of Domingo Perez, 45 tno Police said lhat the younger Perez might have been killed by a shot froin his own pun during the struggle with members of Domingo Perez's family. i and the fighting 'started there this morning. iGafsa is in .soulh-central Tu- nisia, about 25 miles from the Algerian border. The airfield in question is japparcntly occupied by the J French, and one which Eovir- Iguitaa bas asked the French to evacuate. daily the; schedules. Buses will run reg'- and I ttlarly .Mondays through Sat- rog South End sections of Nashua, i urday. from am to ALSO ELIMINATED will he i pm. a former county attorney mayor in Albion. Keeshan Hind to kill him- self with a bullet in the head after he killed Jorry Shcr- JS, and Diane Zaruba, and! Pro-ieast corner of Deny and motion as soon as il :s lire- sis. is nxpecicd to senled to the Executive Coun-jbc completed by Nov I. cil for final approval. Morrow said 'the Postoffice HUNGERFORD'S supporters j dept advised him construction Wilton School Board Upholds School Tie Ruling 1 17. He is expected to recover, job for tlip inMilu YOUNG SHERWOOD, whose "T" father Lynn is a former school! he is (board president, was killed Iniule_R political scape- ,at the rooming house retorted that he has done Ihe new oflice VMS approv- Diane stayed while in school. Diane was slain despite tho of housewife The school NH Police Assn Elecfs Seek Extra Million Foreign Aid j Washington, May 22 t.T) jAn additional 100 million dol- lars for possible emergency Ul '-I J (IL Lie 1M IS i I'1' ll IV" Fl llllttl I It. I   Riving President ident. jF.isenliower the full 20Q.mil- Othcr onicers chosen yesler-1 (bravery B !p ning that at a meeting of the! board to discuss the recent I COUNTY panel meeting on dress issue, the board had voted to continue the school policy as set up May 5. SOME DISCUSSION is re- w-as sought I ported among parents of which "was i a bitter .111 primary, (hi became Amr. WESLEY POWELL of Ally Rnyi Hampton Falls, a candidate there was a struggle between the boys and then a shot that hit Jerry in i and his predecessor Hugh Ocgg, of fostering a campaign to "get" Hunger. eel nnelcr a commercial leasing prtigram. A tcn-ycnr lca.se has been Cardinal Stritch Showing Slight i Improvement Rome. May 22 tm Boston, May 22 first contested election of a Unitarian president in modern times will mark the 133rd anniversary meetings of the American Unitarian getting under way today. Two mm have been nominated to serve out the un- expired three years of the term of the late Dr Frederick Mav Eliot. Washington, May 22 rise in the house-wife's erocejy led the way to a reported new Increase in the cos! of living index due todav. Experts said in advance that the new government liv- ing co.sl estimates would climb to still another record and that food prices nre the main reason. Today's figures re- flect living cost conditions for April. Ihe school sr Keoshan, car- for Ihe Republican guhfrna- >.c n s; jt h rymg a .22 rifle, found Jorry, torin! nominalion, a c c u s c el' SlnUh e Diane. DwinrJ] and his predecessor 'S !f.M Apparently there was a'i.ugb Cregg. of Urine nal in rlcncv ford. Portsmouth, Sgt 1 livan of Concord rancis Sul- and Stale town favonng a public hear-[ Dinno rall scrramini, from ing or a special district. house toward the Svoboda ing to discuss that part wllcro Mrs Svoboda Ihe policy requiring all workin" students to wear a necktie lo; classes at ail times. lllll? _________________ girl in the leg hut she hob- bled onward to the side of Mrs .Svoboda. who waved her on to the Svoboda back door. Mrs Svoboda stood quietly ,as Koeshan up. Ihon. when he came to a hall, slap Heart Assn Has Election stationary with a ten- toward "His budget requests haw lhr. briot ,Iom been refused at every his doctors. The 70-year-old cardinal Ro- man Catholic archbishop of Chicago, suffered a slrokr Ihnt partially paralyzed him three days ago, lie liar! been re- Providence. Til. May 22 Royal Little, board chair- man of Textron, Inc. predicts Ihc'.trPnd of the economy will be downward this year, move sidewisc in 1H59 and then turn upwards in IflGfJ. He lold the annual stockholders meeting yesterday that if the same pattern prevails in this recession as Ihe'v did ill the recessions of IfMn and 1033. (t wiil be'three years before inriuslri.il activity regains its 1957 levels. Cambridge, Mass, May 22 at Smithson- ian Aslropliysical Observatory said last night Russia's Sputnik til in't going lo ninke'any trips across Ihe United Slates that will be visible in lllc twilight at least couple of weeks. said. THE GOVERNOR, who i not seeking a third term, de ne of Pow- ted opnon- the Sept. 9 primary, ann foreign aid program for the year starting July 1. elected. on of Concord, re- ap YOU AUTO BUY NOW! KKRP ECONOMY HKAMHY! MERCER BROS. GARAGE 312 MAIN ST., NASHUA proved an authorixalion for military as- sistance abroad, and 835" mil- lion dollars for defense econ- omic supports. These arc de- signed to enable allies lo maintain military forces their own economies cannot afford alone, WILL BUY OR SELL SANDERS ASSOCIATES INC. (CLASS A COMIIOIII S" M SB.oo niin, EDWARD P. FITCH SECURITIES STATE AP MEWS Concord, May Hampshire Heart Assn yester- day reclccted Dr 11. E. Law- rence of Concord as its prcsi- for a secotHl trim. Dr Samuel J. King of Rochester Pelham Residents To Aid Stricken Family ill tho 0 niimiiv i i: i i i: K Employes ioscribed IhrHiirDr, ,s An'1' 5 r'K ann 2S' "lrl raise S.1.000 for Karlo K. an independent union, asli'- -i ri uttu'cfnlel'' clol'nf this ari% his son. Dunne 10, and it represented a ma- in inpi.n ipiiu. which ireatewd him with. Ihe of a family nf four'tlie Iwo victims of the of "le track's 200 em- Aflcr the formal of a eanerriie. wliicli was n i ,___ Delay Action On Request for Rock Labor Probe STATE AP Concord, May Stats Legislative Council has delay- ed aoMon on a lawmaker's re- quest for an investigation of A Jabpr union, controversy at Rockingham Park. Rep Bovvdoin Plumcr (R- Council chairman, said yesterday copies of a let- ter asking for the probe will be sent to all members of the interim study group for con- sideration before their next meeting June 18. Rep Emile J. Soucy who requested investigation, asked the Coun- cil to look into reports that employes of the Salem horse racing track "have been com- pelled to join or at least pay dues to a labor union in which they have no right to vote.'1 THE TRACK, which last week finished a 32-niglH har- ness racing men, signed con- tracts with locals of the Serv- ice Employes union and Teamsters union. However, the New Hamp- shire Racetrack Employes Guild, an independent union. Aflrr formal offer of a, gangrene. 'wliicli was split a month a-o'April 21 attack hrrr jprd him hard in Hie face. He now I" HvinRcrfoi-d, Dr Killppo Rocchi ofthe Vat- by an unprovoked attack on The mother Mrs Barbara' THE TRACK wilU.tage a 5-1. dropped his gun. was asked whether hr feels ican nirdicaI staff saiel Ihr Ihe mother of a thrre-yrai -old Fox, as. and' three.vear-old !tla-v thoroughbred bcinKjoardinal liad rested well rlur who have since hern Chen I arc still i ins Ihe night anil had been: hospitaJixed with r.vlrraiely Irc.il'mcnt a! MetJuirn's" Ron was circled to a third term as tropppd his gun. was askcel wnnthn The housewife turned, walk.'' lhe supei inlcndrnl 'd lo her back door and slood treated unfairly." guard in front of Diano. BUT KEESHAN picked Powell re- abln In take a litlle nourish- serious Hp'plicLl. "I cannot understand nicnl. There were no signs ot his gun. He advanced and fired, why thp administration the slight fever he had again ai was, ('oncord persists in accusing; nrsdav and lie to rr- chairman of the board of di-jcroucheel behind Mrs Hvohoda.ja man im.juslly anel refusing reive ".i.inmunioii more easily Sn-ours hospital for head in (The shot hit her in tile client, a hrnring." JOIN OUR 1959 VACATION CLUB THIS WEEK! NATIONAL BANK 7 lASHUA.N.H. After Special Board Meeting City To Activate High Street Project UNDEH THE sponsorship of juries sustained NV hen an as- thr Amcrii'.in Legion anrl heat them over the iliiiry, Ihe Fox Family Fund heads will] a heavy stone has been established in the Fox home, lownspcople are hoping- to' ACCORDING n, Campaign Chairman Avis Fairbanks anil Sen clary -Treasurer Catherine A. Harmon, bolh Ihe molher and daughter are scheduled lo undergo brain surgery f( program from July 2S to Kept ;27 and has asked hhr State Racing Commission for per- rnision to hold another night harness meet from Oct 3 lo Nov 2fl. FOR ALL OF YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS 142 Main St. TU 2-4731 The five-year-old High st j lution in time for the Jtinr 10 pcctrd to be aboul S2-I.OftO'eventually pay a fair market BOTH project is not dead yet, Nasii-1 nldcrmanic meeting tisking! thereby helpiiiR !hc city's for "anv land lo bc used tin's Hoard of Aldermen wasl'he lo Iho sleiis! nances while clearing a liliellt' 'H q 3 tl.i (l.-nirr ge "We ins !o Inkc p Mutual of Omaha Hiallh und Accidtnt UNITED OF OMAHA Kavin Edward Hill Plan TIT Invest in Hillsborough Investment Corporation NASHUA MANCFtKSTKR KKKNR OOVEK KOCIIKSTKR rOKTSAJOUTH lolel at an informal discussion [ncccss.-iry to move Iho projccl ;irca. lasl nighl, but city officials j musl pull togellier quickly [anrl corrrclly or forfeit more than in federal aid now earmarked for Hie ur- ban renewal program. "THERE ARE ABOUT SO ci- ties wailing to gel their hands on Ihe money now set aside [for Nashua's Frank. Balstunr, regional planner fori Hie si Renewal, told tho IN THUMBNAIL fnrm. hrrr fathers in the alelermanic some of Ihn fncls brought chambers. "Progress must ill Ihe discussion: ro riiLr r "St meter funds availahle, have ire cilhrr to- payable in cash ahead on a ..Mine action in non-cash grants and credits. 200-e-ar lol with llllhlic Hlv FEDERAL rfpresrn- Ilie alder- hlcn against going ahead wilh presrnt plans for a pnrUing lot in the area unlil a deci- sion has been maele Oh the liigfi st pointed oul that any removal 'lanrlard dwellings by [removal of nerve blocks. They said Mrs Vox is now able to walk and thai her speech is rational at times. However, they saiel, one rye is misplac- ed, half of one par Is mis- sing and she has elcep scars across her scalp. They also Postal Bill Set for Final Congress OK Washington, Way 2'2. I.T) A bill to raise postal rales a record 550 million rlollnrs An- riualSy and to hike postal em- ployes' pay to .ISO million lare a year was ready for final congressional approval today. JT CLEARED ihr Senate on roll ni an rndlo our shua fetr the proposrel lol could used lo repurchase denied nrccs.sniy for lilllc Cheryl lie- ______ cause slic has no control over Wednesday by an 8? 0 one entire sidr of )UT body. jcaH vote and House leaders Rev George Kilcoyne, Town t anlicipalcd no Iroublr scnrl- Clrrk- Ralph A. Harmon and ing it lo Ihr White House for Hamey MagrAvrn. a food com- Prcsirlcnl Kiscnbowrr's con- i exccutKe, agreed 'stele-ration city now might lessen the As revenue pro.luccr. the subsiandard tlie rrriiiireel (iniltrr in In I would h an of Ihe drive.! hill falls about million 'Kvei-y family and ion dollars shon of what Ihn Prcs- cted spent in prrparnl ion of Ihr pUired famili ruijtinal jjlan musl now! grants (on a Iflfl w I be lost, he said. fslimiiirfl SiiflS.ooO. Nei c-ei.si of the bypass Idea and mrnmis of''sl'ntt' Halsionc and .lason R. atlrr dcdurlion of receipts an-' boundary changes. than, Urban Renewal field of- ticipatrd throMgh reselling in the final accounting, the! rriocat on Thp m ficrr, discussed the rodeveL Ilir property is pegged at rily willbo paying only invo vr snmr GO opmenl project aiul Of this totiil, the led. Hiirel of the amouni. i a js Iqiioslinns for more than twoje-ral Rovrrnmcn! expects lo, 11 will cost Ihe city from' nours :ii ihc ivrnifsi of Mayor ihc cosl lo Sx.tm to an unl. oulscl of dliccd the ,.p. the will bo cool; incei-; (or iolls. 1 IN ADDITION, a whist par ly is planned for June 27 ii "u' 'IVlham Center wilh all pio going ider.i wanted, while the raises il for HO.000 postal enlplovrs lot.il 220 million moir than KiscnlUjwer pi opo-'i'd. K.....x inr THE BILL a compromise I-........ alu 'fiinel. A iHevlsi.m sot will; of passed sopaiMtrlv .e r tl0 An ap-; by Ibr House and Konalr. Its ness to aid 1 discussion. Several has ,0 majOT- pmvision is for -in in- ness crrase firm 3 to I cents in Iho Hoard were In vvllo of mailing a firsl-e'lass well aK rppresruia-, comrllnilions bo srni to lolirr. This acconnis for abonl Miiriu J, ly Is in favor of moving a- head with the project as ejtiickiy as possible. FOLLOWING THE mcelinc. tnlrl the Trleeraph lhal he Intends lo prepare a reso- about SIIM.IKJO h-avlnc MJiiiujslik. with lite linow-h.iw for the city lo pay. lo stibmll ;i new plan for ap. rRESENT TAX ineipl.s federal auihoritles. properly owners in Ihr Vaggr. hiivr to find the monr.y some- Tlie new plan which Ilir cily isl Im.'imc will include mi- !tivrs of the Nashua Housing nor II amounts Antiripniod yearly taxrs afi-j where. tcr Die improvement arc ex-1 THE COMMUNITY alsei omit ilomolJIion of tin' Coinpnny oflice bnilelinp. f'o. an Cluh. N'jishua OOmmlitrc and c-hcck of new CLOSE of the Mayor Vagge Invited I Music Center anrl llif> must I anlan- American Club. board members to Inspect tin- (jl.ins at his oltfce dining tho! Today's ChlirKIn next few weeks'in order lhal! a person bcglnl they may bi> well lo let} Mt importance l.illui. wilh the project before ncling' (riends lo doubt Ion his rcsolulion. j It, I'.oosls In rales on letlcrs, post {'ards. and air mail wrnilel i become Aug. I. Rales on newspapers and and on advertising manor would also b.j in. in stages, starling on Man. 1.   

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