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   Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 12, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire                               and i Today's Chuckle The reason so many con- gretsmen are anxious to be re-elected is that they would hate to try to make a living under the laws they passed. Stock Prices At'Noon Ccleora New HomptMrt't Lorqprt Evtniiiq Ntwspoptr Doity .Newspaper Weather Fair, mild tonight, Warm, humid Friday Report On Page Two VOL 101 NO. SI Continuing the New Hampshire Telegraph Established October NASHUA, NEW .HAMPSHIRE, THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1969 Second Clan Postage Paid At Nuhua, N. H. 32 PAGES Price TEN CENTS Eaton Scores Cobleigh Act CONCORD, N. H. (AP) The fight between House Appropriation Committee Chairman Joseph 'House Speaker Marshall Cobleigh goes Letter Released Eaton released a letter from iCobieigh to the Appropriations Committee which outlines what ipecitic action it should take on K money bills. The .Hillsborough Republican that Cobleigh was -or- [dering-the committee what to implying that about 100 :other money bills should be al- lowed to; die in the commit- tee. Cobleigh responded late with these words: "I was just trying to call to :their attention the things that I Ithought were important. I told the. committee they've got to make the final decision." The Nashua Republican added that "I think a leader of- fer constructive suggestions." Jfeanwhiie, the Appropriations Committee voted that 84 so-called Wednesday "legislative specials" are "inexpedient to 'meaning the com- mittee wants them killed on the floor of the House. I :A total of 37 other bills came out with no recommendation at all. Eaton said the committee decided to make rib recommen- dations until it knows just how much money will be available. Seven measures, meanwhile, were given recommendations that they -be-.passed, as sug- gested by-.- Cobleigh and Gov. Walter Peterson. Confirms Double Missile Costs Barry J. Shillitb, assistant secre: the cost; of Minuteman II lary of 'defense for installation and'; nental ballistic missile program. had logistics, couples a "chart with approximately .doubled. Wire- mony before a Senate-House economic photo) subcommittee. Shillito confirmed that' Cong line es; By Michael Goldsmith PARIS Viet provisional government Cong's new revolutionary took over the seats of the Liberation Front today at the weekly session of the Vietnam peace talks. But there were no new faces at the table. Assumes Leadership Nguyen Thi Binh, for- eigh minister of the Viet Cong- proclaim government; took over the, .leadership of the former in' .which; she' 'had been No. 2. She replaced Buu Keim, who is retu'rn- ,'ing to Vietnam to become "min- ister fqrthe presidency" in the ".revolutionary government. .Deputy Delegate Law- rence E. Walsh minimized the importance of the changeover. told newsmen: J "We don't think 'it will have vitiy significance as far as this .'.conference is concerned. We continue to deal with the .Other side- regardless of what ithey call themselves." Walsh attended the session be- cause Henry Cabot Lodge, the chief U.S. negotiator, has not re- lives of Saigon and Washington without the formality of recogni- tion on either side. Other -sympathetic govern- ments were quick to recognize the new political unit. These in- cluded North turned from the Midway confer- rice.. U.S. and South Vietnamese of- ficials do not expect the change of hats to involve any demand for -recognition of the. new gov- ernment. Neither Hanoi nor the Viet Cong has raised the issue so meeting and both with the haye been representa- press NLF the same did. And demands, the a manifesto broadcast. by the new govern- ment endorsed the peace proposals put before the the NLF. Kiem said "the new govern- ment forma- tion of a provisional coalition.'to rule South Vietnam as urged by the NLF. But he. made ..'dear that .the Viet. Cong in its; new guise was.; interested than the NLF in President Nguyen Van'Thieu's offer "of se- cret talks.? I the handful of JraitorSj" Kiem said, A South' solving'the the peace1 talks'described crea- South Vietnamese problem in tiori of the1 new government-as accordance'wiih'the program of "acrobatics" that created addi- tional obstacles to negotiation. "No matter what the 'Commu- nists say 'or he declared, "they cannot change the char- acter of the Paris talks which are meetings between two sides." U.S. views on the new govern- ment ranged from a "typical Communist concoction" to "old wine in a new bottle." At a hews conference Wednes- day Tran Buu Kiem, the NLF's chief negotiator, made clear that the new government would Nashua High' f- .Francis Tate, Nashua High's '.track coach has been selected i Track Coach of the year in Dis- .i-trict One by the National High Coaches Association of "Atlanta, was announced (today. One includes all high Jichools in Maine, Vermont, HNeW Hampshire, Massachusetts York, Connecticut, Rhode i and New Tate, who will receive the the national conven- lion ofs the Association at the -Sheraton-Palace Hotel in San Friday night, June ;JO, by the N.H. ''Coaches'Association. It known this'i morn- ling -wh'ether Tate will receive the in person, but-a high school spokesman said that ment's formation in 'radio broadcast Tuesday, tfle. Viet Cong put., forward a action plan" broadcast for it Wednesday. Among other'things, the plan pledged cooperation "with .other political parties in South Viet- nam as well to set up a provisional. coalition govern- ment. This government will WASHINGTON (AP) The Nixon administration appears to have slipped behind in its face to have Congress extend the 10 'per cent income tax surcharge by the June. 30 expiration date. And there remained con- siderable doubt that the ex- tension; at all unless the administration changes its present position and speeds up tax reforms accompany the exten- sion. Bipartisan Meeting While the administration was stepping up its pressure for the surtax, President Nixon called a bipartisan meeting with House leaders today. Among those in- vited was House.Speaker John W. McCormack who told a news conference Wednesday .he fa- vors Nixon's proposal to keep the surtax in effect for another year on a diminishing basis. But as the'House Ways and organize a general election to Means Committee resumed create a National Assembly." The proposal for a coalition apparently was a reaction to the Midway Island declaration by Pfeidents Nixon and Thieii re- jecting a coalition. John L. Lewis Dies WASHINGTON -John L. Lewis, the unsmiling, bush- browed labor leader who defied presidents" of in- dustry to better the lot of Amer- ica's working men, is dead. The 89-year-old former leader Nixon Calls Aides For work on surtax legislation, hopes dimmed for a final com- mittee vote today. There were these develop- ments in .the administration campaign for what it called an urgently needed move to head off runaway inflation. of the Treasury David M. Kennedy had ah in- conclusive session Wednesday with member! of the Democrat- ic Study or- ganization of moderate and lib- eral Democrats in the House. DSG veterans said it was the first time a Cabinet member had sought, an opportunity to make a plea for legislation di rectlyto .-the group, which is .not a part of. the regular Democrat- ic House machinery. Kennedy told newsmen after- ward he thought he had made progress in persuading some members to vote for the surtax without insisting on simulta neous action on tax reforms. But DSG members who talked with reporters said he did not pick up a single vote. White House ..tried to calm a furor as to whether it might recommend wage and price controls, if the surtax is not extended. Ultimate Possibility Kennedy, emphasizing that neither he nor the administra- tion generally favors such con- trols, mentioned them as an ul- timate possibility. Tuesday. On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Ronald L. Ziegler said President Nixon has no plans for such controls and does not contemplate any. Still later he and Kennedy both insisted- there was no they were-both trying -to. say j, that wage arid price i were-a conceivable last resort] against inflation, but that they I are riot planned. The administration calculates j it heeds about 100 Democratic j votes to pass the surtax in the'; House. After, .his ..session with thol SG; Kennedy said "I program can- be voted committee and. passed in.. House I was surprised at} some Of the sympathetic voices. "I have no change in our gram to. recommend....." ha! added. "My back is not against! the But members said Ken--; nedy Had; been hit by demands Jthat the. tion come'.lip .quickly, with siip-1 port.for tax forms broad enough to rais07 stopgap extension of'the' surtax-j until this is done. the Treasury, j made public a joint statement: by the six living former secreta- j lies-for prompt extension of i surtax. Listed as signers John W. Snyder, George M.; Humphrey, Robert B. Anderson, j Douglas Dillon, Henry H. Fowl--, er, arid Joseph W. Barr. j N.H. House Amends, Passes j Downtown Parking Plan! FRANCIS TATE f.tvery effort will be made for tne state Track-and Field Com- i-Tate to make the trip. mittee for 32 years. Tate came to Nashua in 1956 HJS teams have wim State coached at Portsmouth, winter Track Championship 15 West, Manchester years, the 'state and Nashua for a total championship. 10 S4 has been spring years, track the state cross country title 3 years a member of arid the state meet of cham- THE; FOLLOWING STORES WILL BE OPEN THURSDAY I FRIDAY 'TIL 9 P.M. BERGERON'S CARTER'S MEN'S SHOP ENTERPRISE DEPT. STORE ISIPORE'S HAIR-STYLING JORDAN'S LUGGAGE SHOP LYNCH'S MEN'S BOYS' STORE MILLER'S ;NAS'HUA WALLPAPER SEARS ROEBUCK 20th CENTURY High St. Mkt. the National Liberation front, half-million coal miners House yesterday in June 4 noted support of both jrogram which has been by the provisional of the CIO, cUed Wednesday night at amended and approved two bills aimed at. by Nashua and Queen City lawmakers. The session ary where' he had been facilities in sponsored by the two Functions Sunday .night nnA and their Downtown The NLF doesn't internal ttnu The amendment to House ie; explained. It has last words to a and 786 .calls for a -proposals were endorsed all administrative functions years, was referendum in cities Mayors Dennis J. Sullivan the- hew government but same language he .used such legislation. Rep. Nashua and John C. Mongan continue as the government the United Mine J Capistran, Manchester. ty "to organize the struggle Union and founding the chief opponent of the had slated, "This the South Vietnamese' Bridges, bills, agreed to favor be the solution to a trying against the American and boss of the as in Nashua. It will take union, said bills carry the lot of study. In the long run, After announcing the "He wrote history JOHN L. 'of the Downtown taxpayers would like to see the downtown survive." an deeds and action. I've never seen his equal and I don't expect to live long enough to do so." Lewis could be I would march that million and a quarter men past the Congress of the United States-the quick and the of the Nashua and Manchester Chambers of Commerce. HB 708 would authorize cities to "levy special Downtown Association New Hampshire the 'a' youth .in the mines he was kicked by a mule. He brained the miile with a the wooden break would have the ambulatory injured drag the dead after them trailing their the construction and maintenance of parking (parking This bill authorizes municipalities to Deaths Boosted to 76 pio'ns 3 years. In 1966, 1967 and .968, his team won the New England track title and will; be defending, the title Saturday at Warwick, .R.I. I In 1967, as a member of [the Coaches' Association, of a coal car. But the; leader- of the United Mine Workers for 40 years and moving force in the drive to organize the nation's unskilled workers could also be eloquent and ironic. would have the. concourse flanked by five; weeping members of each man's family, six and a quarter-million people, wailing and lamenting." When President :Franklih Delano Roosevelt .refused to rights over such parking properties and. would permit taxing of these air rights. HB 786 would, authorize cities arid towns to increase motor vehicle permit fees. Both bills are listed as THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Two persons 'have been killed in car crashes in New Hampshire within less than a mile of their homes in Bethlehem and Clarem'ont, raising the state's highway traffic fatality toll for received a gold 25 year 1949 "he told a his bid to organize acts :whereby final year to 76. )in for, service to N.H.J on mine Lewis scowled, of parking plans Arthur Opperman, 47, is well as a. legislative citation 'or service to- youth from; miners had been killed in the mines since 1930. To "It ill behooves anyone who has supped at labor's table determined by the governing boards of a killed when the car she was driving reportedly veered I.H. House signed by home, he has been sheltered Telegraph's coverage the path of a truck on Sovemor, John W. I had- the powers of L. LEWIS Page dinner-meeting in 142 less than a mile from home in Bethlehem Wednes- N. E. Officials Encouraged by Shipyard Police said she was thrown from the auto and dragged about 50 feet before the car WASHINGTON 4- with the yard's former from the Navy two to a stop. England --members of far keeping the yard :Adm; William Hushing, Goewey, 20, was killed lad an hour long that keeping the yard while on his way to Wednesday with Secretary! it falls within would save the said the yard's High School in Clare- he Navy John H. Chafee, Department's He also described it has shown marked said later they were said, the secretary of to- the country's in recent said the car he was at the prospect of keeping ithe Portsmouth Naval Shipyard aperi. "has a considerable amount to say.." "I will .take this needs. Most of the- yard's work involves overhauling his opinion, he said, the work done there could not smashed into a tree on Chestnut Street Extension about one-eighth of a mile from his Chafee said after the and carefully review submarinev'Some ie wasn't making any promises right now. Sen. Edmund S. Muskie D-Haine, told newsmen after -the lour long closed meeting that 1hsfftc wss "obviously- with the requirements of the Navy for the 'the secretary said. Oldest Yard v" The shipyard, located at'Kit-tery, Maine, is the oldest 'being- done--' involves converting Polaris-type subs to handle the newer Poseidon missiles. Calling' on his years experience with the yard, Adm. Joshua 'Cooper, who represents the Portsmouth-Kittery committee in Washington, said it was encouraging just to be able to air IN .THE TELEGRAPH Abby 20 Nashua Scene 4 Baker 17 Pearson 4 yard in the development of: with 4 Obituaries 2 PIZZA by It currently employs civilian workers with an systems have made it possible for the those at the meeting in addition to Muskie were Sports 24. 25 28, 29, 30, 31 Suburban 22, 23 Famous' thruout' New England 147 W. PEARL of million: Former Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNarhara ordered move more rapidly and with a lot more certainty." Hushing; who represented Cotton, R-N.H.; Margaret-Chase Smith, R-Mairie; Reps. James C. Cleveland, 26 Sulzburger 17 Crossword 26 Television 25 Editorial 4 Theaters 26 Finest in Pizzas out of operation by ,1975 i? an economy move Armed Services. Committee, gave D. Peter N. Kyros, both Maine o Dr. j nostcson m Horoscope 10 Weather 2 Lawrence 4 (all varieties) years presentation. He Louis C.Wyman, Regular 90c So Special Carry PIZZA CHECKING LINE of 124 Outfits GX126 Film 88c TUESDAY 7 Dili-Card ONLY i Ttliphont 889-4542 NASHUA Wallpaper CAMERA II A.M. 2 .minimum balance if you're. under 65 W. Pearl St. MAIN ST. Men. thru if you're over.; That's TO 8TATK CINEMA, Sundays 3 to i Member, Thuri, A I'rl, Nlthti Til Shop J'otomnH" here, headed by Henry N. Be-; chard chairman, is oh ree-i ord in favor of the tws pro-; posals. I The proposals sponsored: by Reps. Miles Cares, D-Pel-j ham and Kimon S. Zachbs, R-. Manchester. House Kills Real Estate Tax Proposal CONCORD, N.H. (AP) House has Defeated a'bill to im-.- pose a per cent tax on'the; profits of real estate sales. It was tlie last tax measure; of the session which stood a chance of passage _and had the blessing of the House Ways anS- Means Committee. Committee Chairman John Ratoff, R-Hampton, told lha House during debate'Wednesday. a proposal to increase the tax on bank capital from 1 per cent to 3 per- cent was corning out with -a recommendation it sent to a study committee. Gov; Walter Peterson has. gone ori record against the tax. The real estate profits tax was indefinitely postponed by a voice vote so decisive that there wasn't even the customary call for a standing vote. The killing of the bill means the legislators will have td.bal-' ance the budget in one of two ways, cut it or increase. somii of the half-dozen tax bills ripwj in the Senate. v House Appropriations Commit- tee Chairman Joseph Eaton, Hillsborough, spoke against bill, saying "it is better to in- crease existing levies than to start escalation of. a new tax." Later, the governor said agreed with Eaton's remarks.': Eaton mentioned such possi- bilities as the legacy and.head taxes now 'in the Senate. said they could be if that's the way the lawmakers want to balance the budget. The budget is out of balaiice anywhere, from million 114 million, depending on budget of the House Ap- propriations Committee, Finance Committee or Peterson is approved and how much revenues will be raised. Senate Approves Toll Road Plan CONCORD, N.H. (AP) The New Hampshire Senate has ap- proved a bill calling for a million toll road across -tht northern part of the state. i; It calls for building a super; highway from Colebrook into Upton, Maine through1 Dlxvillt Notch. '.-i   

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