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Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 3, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire NASHUA TELEGRAPH, NASHUA, N.H. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1969 Apollo 8 Stamp The Post Office Department re- leased this design oC a six-cart postage stamp cmnraemoradut the Apollo t mission to the moon. The stamp will be Issued May S with first day ceremonies at Houston, Texas. The. moon sur- face shows lit foreground vith the distant earth at top of stamp. (AP Wlrepboto) Man Accused In Drug Case PROVIDENCE, R. I. (AP) Henry Harding, 37. of Provi- dence and Boston, described by police as a "major narcotics pleaded innocent in dis- trict court Saturday to three narcotics charges. He was charged with illegal possession of narcotics, illegal possession of a needle and syr- inge and maintaining a narcot- ics nuisance. Bail was set at for a hearing Feb. 18. Police said 25 packets of her- ein were found in the basement of his house during i raid early this morning. Episcopal Bishop Tags Encyclical Dismal Document SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Bishop C. Kilmer Myers of the Episcopal Diocese of California says he regards the Unman Catholic encyclical on birth' con- irol as a dismal document "sup- ported by a benighted under- standing of human sexuality." The bishop, speaking Friday to the 119th Diocesan Conven- tion, said he believes that- "all persons of whatever religious .or nonreligious persuasion commit- ted to the cause of man, must take their' stand" against the birth control position of. the Catholic church. Pope Paul VI, in the encycli- cal restated his church's opposi- tion to artificial methods- o! birth control. Birth control "far. outweighs m Importance almost every oth- er issue facing the human'fami- Myers said, the terrible hunger facing the world. Bowdoin Given in Grants BRUNSWICK, (AP) Bowdoin College has received National dation grants for summer under- graduate research projects -In chemistry and biology. Twelve-student will take part In the projects under Bowdpin faculty members, with .the-Wplp- gy project scheduled for the Bowdoin Scientific Station an Kent Island off New Brunswick and the chemistry -research due to be undertaken at the Bowdoin campus. The college said it is accept- ing applications from students for the eight-member biology program and the four-member chemistry team. The summer "Undergraduate Research Participation" proj- ects are. held to give students a chance to-become exposed to re- search arid to gain credit. Principal Bans Pigie the Pigeon ROCK HILL, S.C. (AP) Pigie the pigeon was sent from Central Elem-entif School with 8 note from th to it! leg. Mrs. S. M. Burton, Pigie owner, found the note when sh started to feed the pigeon'. The note, written by Principe Grady Lane, told how been haunting the fourth grad classroom at Central for week, flying through an ope window and perching on lightln fixtures. 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