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Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 16, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire Today's Chuckle Never before has the American dollar had such tre- mendous good-tying power. Celeara New Hampshire's Largest Evening Newspaper J Weather Worm Tonight More Humid Thursday Full Report on Page Two VOL 101 NO. IIS Continuing the Hampshire Telegraph Established October JO. IBM NASHUA, NEW HAMPSHIRE, WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, IW Second QISJ Postage Paid AtNuhut.N.H. 44 PAGES Prie. TEN CENTS Mighty Apollo Heads For The Moon After.launch frorji Cape Kennedy spacecraft orbit Engines fire (3) .to set course for moon. Command module separates turns-around'and docks with Landing Module. Midcourse correction enters lunar orbit Armstrong; and Aldrin transfer to LEM separate from Command Module. LEM moon' spend 21 hours, 38-min- 11 Flight Plan U. S. Astronauts Reach for Dream By HOWARD BENEDICT CAPE KENNEDY, Fla- (AP) With a jolting burst ol rocket power, the Apolto 11 astronauts today shot out of, earth orbit to propel the ship toward the moon and man's first landing oh another celestial bodyl Civilian commander Neil A. Armstrong, Air Force Col. Edwin E. Aldrin Jr. and Air Force Lt. CoL Michael Collins started the journey on the awesome power of a Saturn 5 super-rocket that thundered from Cape Kennedy at a. m. EOT-with a roar heard round the globe. Houston Aditstd "He was she said. 'Houston, be.advised the usual self. Just like he al- oal is one of the as-.ways is." tronants said shortly: after the .As the astronaut's parents spacecraft left the ground, spoke, one of the spacemen la "They finally gave-me a win-the capsule told Mission Con- dow to look cut." [trol: "It sore is. clear, dowa first words on there. It's like, sitting in your achieving were very busi- living room." _ nesslike.- The astronauts go to ihe moon "The booster has been con- as men of peace, bearing utes on lunar surface, including 2 hours, 20 minutes outside LEM conduct- ing experiments Armstrong and Aldrin'return to LEM and blast off (10) to rendezvous with Collins in Command Module Discarding LEM, astronauts fire Command Module! engines on earth'course After midcourse correction spacecraft reenters earth orbit (14) f or Pacific splashdown By CLAUDEITE DUROCHEB J. .Sullivan '.vowing resist .'the? proposal tp the end, the finance committee' has ;vot> ed 5-2 'to recommend'pass- age of "the land 1 damage assessment for the Nev'erett i 'Long Dtscnssioa' The committee voted on the last night after nearly an hour's discussion on it Sullivan said he intends to veto the measure even though Cry So- licitor Arthur 0. Gormley Jr. had advised him this type of resolution is not subject to.veto. Voting against the recommen- dation were AHermarrat-Large Maurice L. Bouchard and SuUi- Supporting it were AJdennerhat- large-Maurice L. Arel, Francis IxiFlamme. Donald R. Hatdy, Bertrand J. Bouchard and John V. .'private J venture..' I have' said hat w'e should; get :faut of parking usiness because we .'don't" get it" He_iaid be intends to push the ssue'as faris1 be: ie; did' not-vant'.to go1 beyond ic Itw but that be questioned the interpreted by, Gormley. He iaid he'.wai 'isoinewhat dii- and wondered it his opinions on the issue lacked'sufficient home- work. "He has been involved In aiany is Sullivan said, "per- taps he is letting things slide by." Hardy said be didn't agree that rormley did not do enough home- work on tbje subject. Procedures for approving the bond issue for the property, he said, were laid down by the. book. "You say you don't want, to go gainst the law, jwfare'question-, -.__. ing the law. That's ihe tame thing to contribute finanaauy to it LaFlamme and B. Bouchard moved and seconded tbe measure be recommended for passage in compliance with a motion' ap- proved at the July 8 aldennanic meeting that called for the reso- lution-toi.be acted upon at the finance committee session and returned to the Aug. IJ alderman- ic meeting. r Slain Opposition Sullivan said his main opposl- lion to the purchase is that he does not think it is "I wouldn't care if someone this right jald. "If someone, pul up a parking garage it should be IN.H. Draft Call 108 in August CONCORD, N.H. (AP) -The llate Selective Service System announced today that W men will be drafted in August. The July call was 87. The largest number to be conscripted will be 14 men each from the Manchester area an< Bclkriap Cotmty. Rockfngbam County and the MUford area will contribute 11 each. The breakdown for other ireas: 11 from Coos County; 1 from the Portsmouth area; I1 from Strafford County; mm Hardy said. Sullivan replied that he fell the city 'had.not been sufficiently wary during negotiating rrocedares and be felt'the min- rtes lands, and buildings and for the future expansion of smmittee 'meetings on the sub- ect were lacking. 1 Favored Acquisition B..Bouchard said he favored acquisition of the property for ong'-range City Hall expansion and downtown parking needs. LaFlamme looked to the past o explain' Jus stance on the each from Ihe Nashua anc Keene areas; and two eac from Carroll, Merrimack am Sullivan counties. PIZZA brCharles Famous thruoul Kew; Eaglartd W. PEARL St. Finest in Pizzas Grinders (afl varieties) Regular 90c PLAIN PIZZA TUESDAY ONLY T.I.pnon. 88M54J A.M. fo 2 A.M. Mon. thnrSaj. Sundsyj 3.P.M. the 'group, agreed, to have ,the first ?ap'praisa( for, tie property The Njverett interests sought J189.000''originally for the taid.1 Hardy and Chesson pointed out that- withoot demoUshing any of the the Nev'er- ppoiBted'.Vwrth 'the city soEdtar ipaces wiold be; helpful ett 'propertiti "could about 70. additional p a rkI irovlde ng to restore some of the M park- ing spaces to be lost when parallel parking on Main Street City Obligation This led Sullivan to question why the city should be obliged to provide downtown parking. Hardy said the downtown in- terests had something moving on providing parking facilities for themselves but Sullivan said he doubted it would ever go through if the downtowners had Chesson said the fact that the city owns the property border- ing the Neverelt property would make the property that much more valuable both In money He said the city in the past las', delayed purchasing prop- erty deemed necessary because if the costs Involved only to ind that .it had to pay much more when it moved to acquire these same properties later. He cited the; High Street project as an example.'. An In-depth report on the ne- gotiation procedures for the property, he said, would be pro- vided at Ibe next meeting..' He said it was while Arel .was chairing the buildings committee In city.' City Hall. Sullivan mentioned that some departments may be moving out of City Halt Hardy remarked that this hat been mentioned since he took office but nothing; seems to hap- xn. And, he remarked, that he did not think each departmen should.be planning their own move independently. This should be decided by an ad ninistrator, ht .said, specifical ly the mayor.' This precipitated an extends discussion, on the. difficulty in ;oTemink semi-autonomous de- partments, the role of the plan rung department, and Its pres ent staffing Arel commented that ther are some'departments tha should 'ranaln in City HaH and should 'not be allowed to frag men the in different parts of th firmed for orbital flight. Both'flags and spacecraft are looking messages of many he
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