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   Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 3, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire                                Today's Chuckle Do you that park- Ing meters are nothing more than legalized The city bets you 52 to 5 cents you won't be back In an hour. New Hampshire's "W" Largest Evening Newspaper. C-, J 1 Weather Cool Tonight No Change Friday Report On Page VOL Continumj CM Nor Hampshire Telegraph EsttMisbed October SO. ISM NASHUA. NEW HAMPSHIRE, THURSDAY, JULY 3. 196? Second Class Postage Paid At Nashua. N. H. 20 PAGES TEN CENTS Viet Cong Troop Fullback Seen As Signal From Hanoi Hn York TUOM [asserted that the puliback list SAIGON U.S. military fall was a political rignal from authorities say three regi- ments of North Vietnamese the country. Instead, lofiltraUoo of North Vietnamese troops into the North that the U.S. U2ed to South Vietnam from Cambodia and Laos is continuing at about troops, about have been puUed men, back across the DMZ during the last three weeks. Authorities are watching to see'if the movements represent a political signal from Hanoi Significant Shift Tbetr withdrawal from the area !s the most significant shift of enemy troops across the woe fa several months. Last fall, when President Johnson halted the bombing of North Vietnam, ele- ments of three divisions of North Vietnamese were pulled out of the Northern I Corps area. In recent weeks W. Averefl Har- rlmau, the former chief ne- gotiator at the Paris talks, and Cyrus V. Vance, his deputy, hare pickup. Haniman and Vance believe the North Vietnamese were in- the ave dicatin; their willingness to re- months, duce the level of fighting. Military men here dispute this, arguing that the movements began as early as last August, and that the North Vietnamese were compelled to withdraw in order to refit and replenish their units. Neither military nor diplomatic sources here would hazard a guess as to the significance of the current pullback. Without preclud- ing the possibility lhat it could represent a political hint or quid pro quo on the part of the North Vietnamese, they noted several factors that tend to militate against such an interpretation. The military men point out that there has been no withdrawal of enemy troops anywhere else In per month, which his been the average for the past eight nonlhs. In addition, there is consider- side in Paris or even a hint that the movement constitutes a po- litical signal able evidence that the enemy Is preparing for another "mini-of- fensive" such as was launched in Jfay and June. Diplomatic sources point out____________ that the pullback has not beenjto it if they were trying "to. Ml matched by any suggestion of us something." an informed Am- fletibaity on the part of the other1 ericaa official Slid. "You would think lhat they out {would at least draw our attention jSen. Byrd Attacks McGovern For Meeting With Viet Gong Red Chinese Boats Raided TAIPEI (AP) -Nationalist Chinese commandos sank two Red'Chinese supply beau and one gunboat and damaged an- other gunboat in a raid Wednes- day night at a Communist naval base on the Min River in Fukien Province, intelligence sources said today. The sources said all the raid- ers returned to their base safe- ly. They were only identified as members of the Sea Guerrilla Force 'of the Anti-Communist National Salvation Corps. The reports were distributed by the official Central "News Agency. They did not disclose the number of guerrillas nor their vessels. Area to By MAXWELL Nashua' area residents are expected to 'observe the nation's 193rd birthday tomorrow along with other residents of New Hamp- shire arid citizens from.43 other states. in his own way, will celebrate the Fourth of July -many as the first d ay in.- a week- end. Many Traveler! Some wUl.bit the road by au- seeking pleasure on distant scenes and running the risk of bejng.ine of the' statis- tical casualtie.s so grimly pre dieted Vy.the': National iSafety ConncU. Others: will-slay it home, Indolglrig'ln more sedate pursuits which, -wilt' avoid the carnage 'American; high- way in summer. For those" Na lhererare.'atlracUo'ns not lo be found on'tht ordinary day. Holman Stadium'offers a'-va- riety of .attractions during the day, ilarting'ai 1 p.m. Persons who crave eicitemenl before noon ''are .'reminded that neighboring Js'nffieJd d w known variously as Lend o n- deny, Windham'and Is celebrating 550th- anniver- sary and has: morning events which should be'of -Interest: Londonderry .Parade For Vtt-iwii pi- In Londonderry it 9, start- ing from Raklon'i store. There's a field day" from a.in. 4 Activities of. a Glance AT HOLMAN STADIUM 1 p. Day: Various'games and contests will be'held for children'of age 8 through tt. Refreshments will br served lo all 'participants. 8 p. 'game: The Junior American Legion Team, repre- g the James E. Coffey, Post, and the Babe' Ruth e'AttStars. 8 p. and Marching exhibition: The Suburbanites AH- -W.Girl Drffl'Team 'and the award-winning Efts Trojans and Spartans.drum .and bugle corps: At Dart-fireworks, display! AD to the public'at no cost, under thi auspices of the Department In Ihe event'of In- clement .weather, the holiday program wffl be held Saturday Famous Ihruout ffew England H7 W. PEARLST, V Finest in PiziaV-GfindefS (afl varieties) 90e'V. PLAIN PIZZA TUESDAY-' ONLY 7 88V-4542 II A.M. fo 2 A.M. Men. thru Stt. 75c Mark Ways 'rom fireworks, according lo he National Fire Protection! 03, according to :he American Medical Associa- tion, 465 died from the effects of fireworks. however, various stale laws have come close lo eliminating fireworks fatalities. The parade, the band concert at Greeley Park and the patri- otic address by a senator or congressman are also apparent- ly things of the past but there will be one speech this year, al- J p.m, at the Center School hvWindham and a bike and car- parade. In Berry's' Hood Park a.m. A country fair ii schedules in Buckley Field In from noon until 11 D. in. Meanwhile; back in Nashua, children from 6 through n.will have a field day beginning .at 1 p.m.; with'.various games add contests. The'event, set [n Hol- sponsored by the "cijy'j Park-Recreation' Dc- partmeaJ. la the event of-rain, Incidentally, the will Saturday.: .'in'; Oil! the stadium will baseball :gam'e, ilartiai the Junior American Legion Team and the Babe Rntli'Leigue and' musicartxniSition featuring the Girl Drill Team ttA the Hki'Trojans aid Nashua Spartans drum and bd- corps, VFederal AX-RETURNS'ARE fi Call FRED ACKLEY adjunct lo Af nightfall, there; be a fireworks display. Noel the. city's di- rector of super- vise events, 'assisted'by 'Edwin Schroeder, superintendent o: parks. as an ___...... the holiday's observance are' re sfricted to the authorized pnbli display In Jfejr; In the'pasl, fire works'were a continuous ri'd individual means of celebrating the Fo'urth and. every ofj the designation had an array .of py- rotechnics saved for the' occa- sion. estimated persons were Injured.1 Independency 'Day TONIGHT-IN .V' '-THE' TELEGRAPH :V AbbyV ft Obituaries '-Jj Baker Classifieds 18.19 IS Gothics Crossword Editorial 4 Financial I .8 UwTtncei1, Nashua Scene 4 Pearson Sports ,''8 The sources did not say how far the guerrillas penetrated up the Min River, which runs into the Formosa Strait about 125 miles from the Nationalist Chinese island. It was the first sea battle re- ported between Nationalist and Red Chinese forces in 3tf years, although a Defense Ministry spokesman called it "guerrilla affairs, not a regular sea bat- tle." The Nashua Telegraph Will Not Publish Tomorrow INDEPENDENCE DAY WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. George S. SlcGovern's secret meeting with top Communist ne- gotiators has come under attack from a fellow Democrat who questioned whether it is in the nation's interest "to meet with the enemy in time of war." Sen. Harry F. Byrd Jr. of Vir- ginia raised the issue after McGovern, long a critic of VS. policy in Vietnam, disclosed he had met for 10 hours May JJ in Paris with North Vietnamese and Viet Cong representatives. Answering questions about the propriety of the meeting, Jfc- Govern said: "These same con- siderations went through my mind for many, many months." But he said he decided to go ahead with the meeting atler conferring with the Slate De- partment and chief U.S. peace negotiator Henry Cabot Lodge. "I wouldn't be able to rest if I thought anything I'd done had cost the life of a single Ameri- can boy or prolonged the the South Dakota Democrat said in defending his action. McGovern told of the secret meeting Wednesday in a Senate speech, and he elaborated in a press briefing and a series ol exchanges with fellow, senators during and after his formal talk, e' said he arranged the ses- sion to get a better understand ing of why the war and the kill- ing goes on. The senator empha sized he only asked questions and made clear to the repre- sentatives of North Vietnam and the Viet Cong he was not speak, ing in behalf of the U.S. govern- ment. Byrd said if Lodge approved though brief, by Dennis J. Sullivan the will By 5IARIAXXE THOMPSON PELHAM Reaction has been swift (o the School Board's state- ment Tuesday night that it was hesitant about signing the five- year high school tuition contract! with Hudson after discovering that Alvirne would be accepting Lilchfield students at a much lower rate. Former School Board Chair- man .Donald. Brock, -who played an important part in the negoti-, the first Nashua Park Recrea lion Department Service to Youth Award during the stadium exerciser Park officials said the honor will be bestowed on a person recognized for his work toward aiding youths. January to meet with Boards in Litchfield, Londonderry, Wind- ham, Nashua and Hudson prior to Pelham's April School District Meeting, but had failed to do so. Committee Opinion Frederick Bischoff, chairman of die High School Study Commit- tee, which was involved In the ne- gotiations for the Pclham-Hudson contract and made the presenta- tion at the School District meet- ing, asked why the matter was brought up at this time. ham and Hudson School Boards, He stated: "Pelhara could have said: "I think the School Board exercised! the two-year option on Is way off base and could jeop- the old contract and paid the ardize the contract They are same rate that Lilchfield will be He pointed out. thai mayor. present ation meetings between the Pel- Exfra Police On Duty During Holiday Weekend Nashua police of ficers wiQ be out "in full force" for -the July ________ weekend. Chief Paul Tracy wfctn they don't know where our said this morning. out with extra pa trds all over the he said, "and well also have radar units The tity owns only two radar units. In the past. Police cruisers patrolcd highways with their Hghts flashing. ThU practice ef- fectively cautioned .motorists to proceed slowly. Theaters Snlzburger said that (his year, jj-cruisers on the turnpike will oper- 151 ale their lights at peak hours. said Tracy, "but we'll have extra.men oh both the road and it Hotaan Stadium Friday." CWhat's So Special About FREE CHECKING AT NASHUA TRUST? minimum balance if you're under 65 and NONE if you're over. That's what! Member, FJUC. Charge Accounts INVITED WE'HONOR BANKAMERICARD UNICARD Nashua Wallpaper Co, 129 W. Pearl St. SS5-WS1 Open Tburs. NigW tiD I Pelham School Board Is using Lilchfield as far as I am concerned, Lilchfield has nothing to do with our kids. Their small enrollment is insig- nificant compared, (o the impact of 330-600 Pclham students over the neit five years. Pelham has clearly forced Hudson into a build- ing program Brock, presently a member of the High School Study Commit- toe, said, "I don't know why the Board did not sign- the contract, _________ children jre going two years from now. laDced with many people from all over the slate to sign the contract" He slrcsstt and the only solution was to buy that dealings between Hud- Litchfield has only a one-year contract and sends only a few of its high school students to Alvime. Representing his committee, Bischoff said. "We fell the need to "buy time' to plan for the fu- ture, and Pelham voted to pay the premium rate for a five-year contract In order (o have the security o( a high school lion for our youngsters." 'This' was the wish of the Bischoff went on, "arei I feel the School Board Is bound the session, he assumed other senators might also arrange such meetings. "Are we going to attempt to have individual negotiations with representatives of the ene- my in Byrd asked. The Virginia Democrat, in questioning whether such ses- sions would serve the nation's best interests said "we are still in a.very.difficult and precar- ious position." McCOVERN McGovern said the meeting reinforced his views thai United States must start a "sys- tematic withdrawal of all of our troops" and stop supporting thi regime of South Vietnam.Presi- dent Nguyen Van Thleu. HcGovem's Paris meeting drew praise from several other Democratic war critics wha said they see no change between the policies of the Johnson and the Nixon administrations. Zoning Variance Revision Noted By CLAUDETTE DUROCHER 'counted their experience with Henceforth, persons affected by a proposed zoning variance the 72-hour notice of a variance hearing involving their neigh- will be given an 8-day notice of borhoods. the variance hearing instead of 'in both instances, they said, the present 72-hour notice. j the notice had been mailed 19 The policy change was an- them over a weekend whea they five years' time." The former chairman said lhat Stale Commissioner of Education Newell Pa ire had provided the Board with figures that showed the tuition raie for (he proposed contract was comparable with others throughout the stale. However, Brock did express disappointment at Pa ire's failure lo contact School Boards In sur- rounding (owns, as promised, to try to solve Ptftam's future high school problems. He said the Commissioner had promised In Judges Critical Of Resolution Restricting Outside Activities By EDWARD RANZAL I There waj deep J. Edward Lumbard of Yerk Tmi among many who were critical the United Stales Court of Ap- NEW YORK-The 52 Ihe resolution peals and CWef Judge Sidnty SONY and CRAIG TAPE RECORDER CASSEIIE-and REEL Large Selection BaakAmericard Unlcard FOTOMART CAMERA Corp. 178 MAW ST. NOT TO STATE CIXEUA rwoimirl. flop nounced by City Engineer James F. Hagan as admlnlstra-i tor of the zoning code at a pub-! lie hearing last night The hearing was conducted by the aldermanic rules and policy committee on an ordinance which would change the ad- vance notice required for Zoning Board of Adjustment variance hearings from 72 hours to seven days. Other changes proposed per- tain to broadening the radius of persons (o be notified of re- quested variances and a change in the variance application fee. No recommendation been issued by the committee, pend- ing a meeting to examine an analysis of costs for variance notifications prepared by Hogan. Six Persons Testify Only six persons testified at the hearing but none was op- posed lo the seven-day notice proposed by the ordinance. The only area of dispute which arose was over the appli- cation fee to be charged in re- lation to notification costs. Testifying were Frank DiPic- Iro, 61 Spaulding Si.; Basil Pres- ti, m Manchester St.; Frank B. Clancy, a lawyer; Thomas Kudzma, a member of the Zoning Board of Adjustment; were away on a vacation. When they relumed they said, they discovered the hearing notice in their mailbox on the eve of the hearing, giving them little time to relaln.a law- yer and to rally (he neighbor- hood. Presti said he felt the zoning code was designed to protect property owners but the way the variance notification proce- dures, were handled now it worked to the advantage of the variance seeker. Clancy said he with DiPictro and concurred Presti' son and LttchTicld had no bear-: May or Dennis Sullivan and ing on the contract between Pel-1 Hogan. ham and Hudson. I DiPielro and Presti briefly re- added that the 72-hour also works difficulties for a law- yer relained to represent op- ponents of the variance sought. W Per Ceal Role Clancy said when a variance applicant had lo secure the ap- proval of W per cent of nearby property owners to get a vari- ance approval, the residents of a neighborhood had some pro- tection with the 72-h'our notice. The "SO per cent rule" had been ruled unconstitutional by Iria courts some years ago, he pointed out. In terms of convenience and cost, Clancy added, the cily should 'consider sending notifi- cations by certified mail Instead of registered mail, as permitted ZOXKG Paje 1 judges In New .York, Connecti- cut and Vermont have called on the United States Judicial Conference to postpone Its di- rective restricting outside acti- vities of federal judges and re- quiring annual financial re- from them. The 43 district court Judges and the nine Judges of Ihe United States Court of Appeals for. the second circuit thai lalej In the three states have asked that the resolution be suspend- ed until an in-depth iludy can U aide. felt, it had been "rammed" through by former Chief Jus- tice Karl Warren. In addition to asking that Im- plementation of the resolution be suspended for the slody, the felt that every federal Judge who would be affected by the new restrictions should be given opportunity to ex- press his views. At Ihe second circuit's Judicial conference two weeks ajo In Vermont, the judges adopted their own resolution In which Sugarman of the southern' dis- trict. The two judges, who had at- tended the Washington Judicial Conference, had urged that the Warren resolution be re tamed to Ihe conference's on court administration for fur- ther study. In adopting their the S2 Judges were mindful that the associate justices of the prcme Court had voted to dt-. ft'r consideration the' Ijhey backed the stand of CMefilngtort resolution until October!   

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