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   Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 3, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire                               NASHUA TELEGRAPH. NASHUA, N. H. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1969 II Canary Any Wonder Mothers Turn Gray? "Things have come to such a pass that I can hardly carry on a conversation with my a neighbor confided. "I talk and he talks and afterwards I don't know what it was about." I knew what he meant. Just the other day I had a conversa- tion with my eldest and I was left standing 'with What Was That About written all over me. Rick started by saying he was writing an essay entitled, "Lem- on Squeezes This con- fused me right at the beginning. Rick is something of a food fad- dist and consumes lots of wheat germ, probably with the hope that it him to will eventually enable send his weight-lifting equipment crashing through the three floors of our house. Any- way, I assumed "Lemon Squeezes Man" was going to be about health foods. What it turned out to be was a saga of the automobile era. It was most interesting and I remarked that he had hit upon a timely theme. I then sug- gested he do' a second essay about how we are probab 1 y coming to the end of the auto- mobile era. "It's not he squealed. Naturally, the news hit. him hard as he is the possessor of a brand new driver's license. "It is I said. "And from what I understand, trains nr some sort of rail transportation will be he asked. "You know what a train Is... you've seen one on "Oh, sure...the bit with the water tower and the wood and bandits on horses." "Not those television shows! Other kinds of trains are on the late show and those trains burned oil or coal and..." v "You know what coal sure. I bought i piece at the Museum of Natural History for my rock collection." I said. "Well, coal burning trains have been obso- lete for a long time. There are still diesel engines-but few .pas- senger trains and..." "You mean like that old rec- ord you keep playing, that 'Chattanooga Choo he asked. I ignored him and went on with my side of the conversation although It seemed to be in dan- ger of turning into a lecture. "The point I said pointed- ly, "that we have almost reached the point of no return with our network of express- ways. Not only have highways divided our cities and paved our parks but they have endangered our entire way of life. If some- thing isn't done soon about rapid mass transportation, downtown areas will be turned into one great garage." "You mean like monorails and electric I said. "Other ad- vantages would be fewer fumes, less congestion, no smog..." he said. "Are you telling me you're going to stop Polly's Pointers Want New Sfofus Symbol? Old City Hall Is to Be Sold BOSTON (AP) Looking for a new status symbol? How about buying CHy Hall? Now that its former occupants are settled in the' new City Hall, the older building officially has put put up for sale. The structure was built 104 years ago for a little more than a half million dollars. The basic construction material was gran- ite, and engineers say they don't expect it ever to fall apart. It has six floors., Bids Sought If you think you're interested, the Boston Redevelopment Au- thority is in charge of the sale, and it has asked that all inter- ested parties submit bids by April 1. Reportedly the BRA Intends' to discourage those who would like to make the structure jheir home. The authority wants in- stead to see a branch bank of- fice installed. in the building, along with perhaps several busi- ness offices, shops and a res- taurant. Since bids are being taken on the building, no one has men- tioned an asking price. But buy- er beware there are some hidden charges that will have to be added to whatever is bid. For one thing, consulting engineers estimate that between mil- lion and million will have to be spent on fixing the old place up. Still looking for a new status symbol? How about a nice place in the country? Eddie Hodges, 21, Is Now in Army Humphrey Soys Johnson jKd U.S. Missik Defense By BOB nonroN WASHINGTON (AP) For- mer Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey says the Johnson id tiations on the strategic arms published by the Center for thelilans' capability race, provided we place IOR Study of Ilemocratlc Institu- priority on the urgent necessity lions, a nonprofit educational of reaching an agreement on the group which claims mem- our defenses, or to peneirtk ahieM iKem- ministration approved a U.S. ABM Humphrey stated, bers. missile defense to (antiballistic Humphrey sa: lory to a rep shield controversy. "I shar ed by telves against our imcltir mis- siles." New Secretary of, Detenu graduated H a r t f o r d Airline Personnel School, and is now employed at HATTIESBURG, Miss. (AP the University Travel Company In Eddie Hodges of Hattiesburg who gained fame as a Broa< way and motion picture chil star, was sworn into the Arm recently! Hodges, 21, reports t Ft. Polk, La., today. He said h hopes to be assigned to specia services during his two-year tou of duty. Crossing the Desert Aimr tt tarim'Pratt ACROSS LBesert material 5 Source of light SSand formation 12 Celebes ox 13 Donkey (comb, iorm) 14 Indigo 15 .Roman historian 16 Oasis tree (2 words) 18 Compass reading- is Seraglios 20 City in Alabama 61 Word at sorrow DOWN 1 Business tninsactidns ZFngrant 3 Literary genre 4 Period of time 5 Soft drink 6 Disarm 7 Celebrated 8 Dibbles 9 Feminine appellation 10 Nothing 11 Shade tree 17 Give forth K1I1BHUCJM 21 French river Card Table Serves As Bed Headboard DEAR POLLY Mine is an idea for people who are short on storage space. We did not know where to put our folding card table. Every place we tried, tt stuck out like a sore thumb. Finally I put it at the head of a tingle bed that hid no head- board. The table is just the iridth of the bed, half is hidden back of the bed and- the rest of It looks Just like a headboard. When needed it also is easy to jet out. ESTHER DEAR GIRLS I think this ts great Idea. It would be so easy to mike a boxed, fitted slip cover to go 'down over the a posed nut of the table top 10 that It would look even more Hke real headboard. Any plain patterned fabric nsed else- where In the room would tie It right IB with the room's other decorations., T POLIY POLLY'S PROBLEM DEAR POLLY My apart- ment is so small we must keep the television set and upright piano back-to-back as a room divider. Does anyone know of clever, Inexpensive way to cov- er, decorate or do something ibout the top half of the piano back which shows above the television set? I now have a drape hanging there but do not like it any better than the bare back. LJI.D. DEAR POLLY Instead of using cardboard, I use opaque cottage cheese container tops for cutting patterns used in dec- orating and craft work. Just trace your design onto the plas- tic lid and cut out. This pattern also may be used in cake decor- ating. It is washable and can be used over and over again. It does not wear down from re- peated use as cardboard MYRTLE Car Ricochets Into Bedroom DENVER, Colo (AP) Amanda Walker, W, said she was In her bedroom when she heard crash outside. So she walked to the living room window to look. "Then I heard a crashing, crumbling noise in iny bedroom. It was all from the same source. PoBce said two cars col- lided In the street. That was the first crash. The second was when one ricocheted through the brick apartment house wall Into Mrs. Walker's bedroom. No one was seriously hurt. Thief Ignores Name of Play OTTAWA, 111. (AP) During a play it Ottawa High School, someone (mashed a glass case and ran off with a large silver trophy. The play was "You Can't Take It With You." (Roman) 19 Hold in 23 .American suspension writer 26 Social insect 28 Russian nllem 34 Turkish 35 Complaint 36 Fortification 38 Desert gardtns M O14 woman 42 Conducted 45 Desert plants 49 Lasso '51 Invisible -substance 52 Desert crossing unita 55 Moslem holy mm 56Desert dweller STTennused bygolfers. 60 Harem room 25 Sigmoid curve poetry 27 Account 44 Ate (coll.) SSheeplike antelope 30 Extinct birds 31 Hops' kiln 32 Symbol for natrium Tree 35 Cleaning implement 23 Darfur Negro 37 Social asset MEuropean seaport 43Museof 47 Papol crown 48 Feminine 49 Research rooms (coll.-) 50 Bewildered 52 Is able 53 Exist 54 Uncooked, meat 55 Yellow bugle plant YOU ALWAYS DO BETTER at HACKETT'S ONE HOUR "MARTINIZING" 141 W. Pearl St., Nashua OPEN TONIGHT Don't get behind thi "8-baH" on your INCOME TAX mi tWnk. k H mrili Hit 'OTN FIDERAL AND Amerka't TM Servlrt with Over 3000 Office. TUK1VPI1CE PLAZA Jrt. Everett Tnnptte ft AmWrst St, IS His. Italy dew! 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Lilrd suggested in Soviet Union" by McNamara, emphasis ought .to be conference last week that administration ironing out an arms on the Sentinel should be ys been antimissile defense was pact with the Soviets, as a bargaining item id about the to guard against than escalating the .use in any U.S. negotiating eploying an of a nuclear-armed with more and fancier the Soviets on strategic nissile) in the and defensive weapons.] weapons. s in an of the system said Johnson got Humphrey Implied he rt on the missile built, the billion Sentinel defense, have advice on 'antimissile! the bargaining aspect would be capabilities and limitations, and Sentinel's. chief reservations that it is merely a first, President Richard M. Nixon this light, ABM might yet ary (Robert toward a M" billion the same a 'great service in ad- en he will receive, as we did the strategic arms ne- yment and again Johnson administration, if, having 'taken the e time, I of the Soviet' conflicting to this stage of develop- ns why the Presi-reparations for while making only one passing reference to Red his scientific advisers as to the capability of the we set it aside as a symbol of our determination to hall p y m e n t "overt defenses; and arms race where it Is, and terest of ,the remarks were in a receive conflicting intelli- turn it back If we meaningful antimissile pros and estimates as to the said. You Save 18' feu HBOW535 RonzoifcSpaghetti or Elbow Macaroni 1W SAVE 36" on Gloria Imported Tomato Paste Just look at the lire you're saving on this ripe, rich and red tomato paste. It has the fresh sweet flavor for a perfect sauce. More highly concen- trated. What's easy on the budget, easy to pre- your family always enjoys it? 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