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   Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 2, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire                                Today1 's Chuckle Relumed vacationers are being asked the same ernes- tioo: "What-was on strike where you New HompifcirVs Lorqtst Evening Newspoper Weather Cool Tonight No Change Thursday Report On Page Two VOL 101 NO. 104 Cootinuinj New Hampshire Telegraph Established October JO. 1SH NASHUA. NEW HAMPSHIRE, WEDNESDAY. JULY 2. 1949 Sccood Class Postage Paid At Nashua. N.H. 30 PASES TEN CENTS Legislature Adjourns; Tax Bills Left Behind _ How do you'keep, cool when the .thermometer hits 80, as it did yesterday, or when it reaches as slated for. today? Along -with other water-lovers, .you head for Centennial mg in the Pool and heat away. Joining in this kicking feat are, from left: Wayne Vanier, Martha Regan, Dawn Barmann, Dale Vanier and Earl Lambert (Telegraphoto-Harrigan) Hit New Low SAIGON attacks, in' South' Vietnam "are to noth- an 'American source reported today. Military of- ficials said have dropped of the kiwi est levels of the .year, but added that infiltration from Vietnam! keeping soorce'said; "the enemy has de-i creased his actions. They are al- most down to nothing. They are not' launching .'any' sizable at- tacks.' :The -source enemy. ..forces strength, -up reasons one _. noted .that "at- acks .have'gone.'dowin past; a valley between, a.- couple rof r peaks, VI don't wait, kling of reporU.indicaiing My another'suiEif'of'eriemy at- tacks rather'soon, but this is'not icf the.Viet Cong and North Vietnamese are waging the war almost' solely for political goals now and'are correlating their military objec- tives with their goals at' the peace talks in Paris." Military analysts cited a Com- munist, Command policy direc- tive, captured last month, warn- not tofassume- canjpaign will_be decisive. It admitted that it would be impos- sible to, annihilate the entire American South v Viet- oii on feverett Issue "Limited victory will be achieved with full victory com ng later, in a complicated aik indirect the- documen said. It added tiat the iimitec victory "will consist of the with drawal of U.S. for matioa- of a coalition govern ment and assurance that th Viet Cong will be in a strpnge posiOon that, the; South-Viet namese." Analysts said the recent ene my siege'of the.Ben'Het Specia. Forces camp was an example "o with, a .relatively force backed up by rodets and mo lafs in an'elfort mum damage with minimum casuaWei. _, The .South Vietnamese; Com mand announced that a resop Mayor Dennis 'J: Sullivan said today have to implications of an unfavorable opinion from City Solicitor Arthur O. Gcimley Jr. to determine his next step in resisting the proposed purchase of the Neverett property. I an opinion -rendered day, 'Gormley'. stated .'that the! mayor couM be compelled to sign the bonds authorized for the pur- chase by a'court order, under a writ of mandamus. The state Municipal Finance Act provides that all bonds shall be signed by the mayor and "co- signed by the city treasurer when the mayor and have been duly authorized by resolu- tion of ;oT Aldermen, Gormley pointed out' 'Tie issuance of bonds for the. acquisition of the Neverett prop- erty" was duly authorized by reso-i ration of the Board of: Aldermen on Jan. he continued. Ministerial Act the. issuance of the bonds was duly the signing of; the bonds 'by the mayor" is purely a.ministerial act which in- volves no judgment -or; discr'e- Uon.which means that the mayor has no choice.other.than to sign the r the .mayor refuses to sign the bonds, he could be compelled to sign these instruments by a writ of ;.Gbrmley said the "writ.'would have to be brought against: Sul- livan by the aldermen. Tbe mayor'j faOure to'sign, the bonds would "delay their sale, Gormley said, unta Sullivan was compelled lo sign by a writ ol mandamus. Sullivan announced? lale last week that he would refuse lo sign the bonds to be sold-to; finance the Neverett purchase.-'' A flKVOOO bond issue is author- ized'for .'the purchase under a re-approved 10-2 'by the aHennen last week after they overrode Sullivan's base at Dak To reached Ben He today. Dak To is 10 miles east o the: Spec! al, Forces camp.'. spokesman said it was the firs convoy to get through suite th North cut off th overland route eight days ag forcing'the Allies to drop sup- plies to the camp by parachut Government armored vehicle cleared the vital Highway Z7 linking Ben Het and Dak T Tuesday and spofcesme said the road is now secure. The U.S.: 'Command' ground fighting was light and scattered today, and there were only seven enemy rocket. and mortar attacks during the night lowest number In a month. By Adolphe V. Beraotas CONCORD, N.H. (AP) lie New Hampshire Legis- lature finished its regular 969 session today leaving whirid it million in in- reased taxes but still the state the only sne without a general sales ir income levy. Late Adjournment The nation's largest parlia- mentary body. adjourned early oday.'-kept from going home] or several hours, if not days, by animosity between the Sen- ite the other of childishness, irre- .ponsibility and cantankerous- ness. The lawmakers' quit at a.m. after several hours of ma- neuvering, stalling and arguing over whether the Jl-member Senate had been given short ihrift by the 400-member House n a fight over rules. The Senate, hoMing the key o adjournment in the mil- lion capita] improvements budg- et, gave in and passed the measure shortly before midnight and after "fereral speeches about the "demagogue ry" and the House. The animosity began .last week when House Speaker Mar- shall Cobleigh, In an effort to speed up adjournment, got the lower chamber to kill J4 re- maining Senate bills in one mo- tion. Bickering over aa cap- ital appropriation for an anten- na for the state's educational television network and whether the House was right in not al- lowing before it Senate; bills, tilled earlier, as amendments to House measures, the senators held up adjournment white a handful b[ House members, their work done at least five hours earlier, stood by. the lawmakers did not approve final adjournment of the session. They-'stipulated the session could be reconvened on the call of the Speaker of the House or President of the Senate. Peterson said in his opinion le accomplishments of the leg- lature included the creation of task force vhich is to study the effectiveness of state gov- rnment and make recommen- ations to a special session of Way Open This left the way open for their return if they feel it neces- sary later in the year.. The legislators are likely to return in special session In Jan- uary to consider the .recommen- dations of the Cov. .Walter Pet- erson's citizen task force. The governor described thf session as "productive" in fina' remarks to House and Senate members. He said the 5HO million state operating budget approved by the lawmakers "provides Incen lives for orderly economic growth but, leaves "no room for extravagance" over the two- year budget period. erly, a commission to sfu dy he of parochial chools and a proposed constl- utional amendment to have a pedal commission set the sal- O' of. tbe lawmakers were as other accomplishments. Peterson saiJ, however, he as disappointed that the legis- ature failed to go along with lis proposal for a special ear- marked education fund. The awmakers funded education in general fund budget as in the past. "I also regret your failure to >ass a teachers negotiations law rhich, in my opinion, would lave helped lo solve the ex- panding problems which 'exist Nashua Officials Offer Free Parking Proposal The aMermanic traffic conanit- lee has tentatively agreed to rec- ommend free parking in the downtown area on a trial basis for. nights and all-day John V. ally sought free-parking only on Saturdays. But after discussing with as- sociation representatives las night on the plight of downtown merchants in relation to shopping tbe outskirts of the Cbessoo." chairman, said, however, be to recommend'.the' change for-ap- proval by tiw fufl Board of Alder- men next, Tuesday night-only if the' Downtown Association pre- convoy from the military sents plan to prevent abuse of the privileges. Directors cf the Downtown As- sociation were to meet at noon today to consider the adoption of a plan! The association in a ktler to the traffic commitlee had origin- ncommend ''free "parking ,on federal grant .applied for? Thursday nights also. Alderman Richard ,P. -Joyce moved lo make the recomntenda Son tnd Alderman Charles E. Theroux seconded. Absent wer Alderman-at-Large ilaurke I Bouchard and Alderman Leo I CoutermarsK In other business, the commi tee voted to recommend passag of a measure to interview can- didates for the job of traffic co- ordinator, a post "once vetoed Mayor Dennis J. Sullivan. between teachers and local school the governor said. Peterson's address, the "pro- was .delivered in two versions, at two times to' the Senate and House.' he legislature in January. The House heard .the speech Property tax relief for the el- fn 'nil shortly before J p.m. It included his feelings about what the legislature failed lo do.' Final Remarks V The final'remarks'.about the shortcomings of the legislature's work vere left out from the talk he gave before the Senate about a.m. today. The governor told' both bod- fs: "I do not anticipate chaos ei- ther because you hare hot en- acted sweeping new'taxalion or because you have' wielded the fiscal ax regardless of bow and whom it might cut." During the 141st 'session of the General Court, the lawmakers stubbornly refused to Abandon NJI. LEGISLATURE .''Page'I Nashua Park Plan Request Rejected By CLMJDCTTE DUROCHER The city's request to spread over a five-year basis its share for acquisition of the pro- posed Mines Falls park land tan been rejected by the US. Bureau of Outdoor Recreation. Mayor Dennis'J. Sullivan'said he was .informed of the develop- ment by Roger J. Goyrley, head of the state Department of Re- sources and Economic Develop- ment Sullivan said Croriey was ad- vised that ;the federal govern- ment wants the city to put its share'.qf: purchase costs in 'one lamp. sum. to'.match the; past discussions on the pro- posed been optimistic the bureau wouk waiver in grant proce- dures to allow tie. city to sched- ule its share of costs over a five- year period. V The city was interested in the fire-year pay plan lo allow costs for its share to be'raised through the annual budget instead of float ing a bond issue. Interest Free Loan At a meefingMast night, the inance committee voted to con- sider the acceptance of a interest-free loan from the Nash- ii-New. Hampshire Foundation IK., the proposed park and, as an alternate means of Tmancing the'city's share. 'The loan would be reparable .0 the foundation in equal install- ments over a five-year period .be- ginning Oct 1 of this "year. It was offered the. city in a letter from. Eliot A. Carter, daQon chairman, which was' read at the May V aldermanii meet- ing. The ofter was heH in'abey- ance'pending'the grant..waiver sought.' Crowfey...-.todayi declined to elaborate on the bureau's1" rejec- tion of the grant' waiver! He' said he preferred 'to have local of- ficials; comment; publicly on the park V' Attending' the" finance ccmmit- tee meeting were AWermen-at- Large John V. Chesson, Maurica L. Arel, Donald R. Hardy and Sullivan. Absent were Aldermen- at-Large Maurice Bertrand J. Bouchard and Fran- cis LaFlamme.- Prince Starts Tour in Relaxed Mode? By H-UtTIN ARNOLD Yert Ttaw Ktwt tinrlct JACKSON HOLE, Wyo.-War- ten E. Barger, in his first offi- cial appearance since becoming Chief Justice of tbe Uni t e d States, said that he will lake the lead in' reforming the' ad- ,olJustice in this Kef qrihs Planned by Burger In this Judicial area at least; Barger Indicated that his ,role would be stronger than that of his predecessor, Earl Warren, and said that In behalf of court TefOTTA he .was prepared to go against the current pressure to- ward a more'cloistered jodid- "I intend lake a very active the..talk o! onlside ac- tivities.'of .Judges, is totally ir- relevant to the "administration of he saii "Far from withdrawing, I Intend "to ac- celerate ay activities'.1 PIZZA br Charles Famous thruont New England 10W.PKARLST. Finest in Pizzas Grinders (all variefies) Regujar 90c PLAIN JPIZZA TUESDAY ONLY. 75c Dpen II AIM. fo'2'A.M. Mon.'ihni Sai, 3 P.M. to Midnif. In brief, informal remarks to a panel of the IDth ciftuit judi- cial conference, Burger also moved to soften his rathtr. con- servative; reputation. He" responded, to what he called a Time magazine psycho- analysis his philosophy. The magafane In" its Kay 30 edition said that Burger was seriously concerned that recent court de- risions, had MverelyL hampered criminal proseoitors.' T '71 could not have' been more he'- said. "In tbe defense side Is not strong Referring to tie work of the American Bar Associatjon's spe- cial cjommitlee on minimum standards for. the administration of crimjnal "justice, still Burger "Our objective was to make plans' so that we" will get better lawyers on the defense With that competition. there, win also be better- prosecutors." -Mali Theme But- his main (heme was judi- cial reform and his own Inten- tion to plat an Important off- the-bench role in II. Burger does not Inteiid, for example, to quit! as chairman of the American Bar Association committee which he heads. He said that "reform was "the product of a. partnership of three segments of our, profes- sion the lawyers, the judges and the law professors. "It t h e Judges don't withdraw.1 'I "will urge them to lake part Asked later what precise plans he had for the. reform of judicial administration, Burger said, he .would spell them oul in some detail "at the American Jar Association convention In Dallas next month. Burger also told the conren- ion thai he favored a system of public defenders in which jus- :ices would be insulated from taking an part. THE'TELEGRAPH Acby 20 Biossat .I! Classifieds' 1 M, J7; 29 Comics Crossword Editorial Financial Pearson Social Sports Suburban Horoscope 10 Nashua Scene. he nlgM. Charles landed jusl after 9 a.m. wearing a dark brown suit. As the royal barge moved to- ward the pier, he waved In ac- [novledgment of the cheers. The prince had said he want ed to meet as'many Welsh peo- ple as possible during his (our At Llandodno town hall, tie signed the visitors book an< talked with local officials. While he was ashore, his sis ler. Princess Anne, and other s on the Britannia disem barked from the Britannia ant left for London by special train Charge Accounts INVITED WE 'HONOR BANKAMERICARD pear a. i .Open Thuri. Night tin I SONY and CRAIG. RECORDER CASSETTE and REEL Lute Selection BankAmerkard UnJcard FOIOMART CAMERA Corp'. V 171KAWST. KEIT TO STATE'CISEVA roUxzirt gbop Charles was to visit Denbigh, Merioneth, Mont- oaiery and Cardigan Shires to- ay before returning to spend night aboard the Britannia ff Newquay on the west coast f Wales. Charles invited hi] closest riends to an informal celebra- tion dinner Tuesday .night iboard the royal yacht Britan ula. The guest list, particularly he girls, was headline news in Britain and aroused fresh spec- ilation about the nation's most eligible bachelor. The girls included Lucia San- a-Cruz, J5-year-old daughter of Chile's ambassador to London and a classic' blonde beauty diaries has. known for years; Ijbilla Dorman, 15-year-old daughter of the governor gener- al of Malta who was Charles' st al a Cambridge ball lasl May; and Lady Cecil Kerr, 21, a iretly brunette daughter of the tfarquess of Lothian. After dinner there was "jusl sitting around and talking and aughing, no music or anything a spokesman for the mnce said. The Britannia left early this morning for-the vacation resort of Llandudno on the north coast he first stop on Charles': four day (our! of Wales1'called the Progress." He Is'due to make more than 50 slops and is expected to shake thousands o lands. at civic functions throughout the land. But security men were out in force along his (ravel route, a constant reminder to Charles lhal his installation as Prince o Wales .was bitterly opposed by Welsh nationalists seeking sepa ration from Britain. Only, nine hours after hi; mo s rpcctacular royal ceremony since.the coronation.ol Queen Elizabeth military police- man was killed by a firebomb xneath the floodlight walls of Caernarvon Castle.' The area warmed with investigators who warned post-midnight celebra- ors away.' "This.is a murder scene so teep said one officer. "This.- U. obviously connected with the ceremony In some Authorities -said the soldier lad been silling with a girlfn a military truck when a Molotov QUARTERLY State-Federal TAX RETURNS ARE DUE For Assistance Can FRED ACKLEY 883-3912 cocktail was thrown under vehicle. He died instantly in explosion but the gir! was ported to have escaped serious injury.' v Earlier Tuesday, before investiture, a bomb went 6H in a vacant lot outside.Caernarvon at the very moment Princa Charles.mounted his state car- riage for a two-mile driva through cheering crowds to tlia ceremony. fo Brifish Throne Prince Charles poses in his investiture regalia as the Prince of Wales. The 20-year-old heir to .the 11 British throne wears gold coronet and an ermine cape and holds a scepter..........   

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