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   Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 18, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire                                Today's Chuckle "I don't want you people to be afraid of said the boss to his employes. "If you have a complaint, speak up, even if it costs you your job." Stock Prices At Noon Nashua Celeqraph New Hampshire's Largest Evening Newspaper. C. J 9. Weather Today, Cooler Saturday, Little Changs Full Report on Page Two VOL 101 NO. 117 Cootiannj UK Nev Hampshire Telegraph Established October JO. 1531 NASHUA, NEW HAMPSHIRE. FRIDAY, Second Class Postage Paid At Nashua. N.H. 18 PAGES Pnc. TEN CENTS Missile Foes Delay Voting By CAUL P. LEUBSDORF WASHINGTON (AP) Opponents of the Safe- guard missile defense system have dashed hopes for early Senate voting on the issue by announcing they will seek another secret sesion to resume what some senators were calling "the battle of'charts.'1 Senate .Debate Both' sides hauled out charts to illustrate .their arguments TTfurday during 5 hours and 45 minutes of Senate debate behind closed doors. the rare secret meeting was Hearing an end. Sen. Stuart Symington, D-Mo., said he would .seek a. second closed meeting within 10 days. And when a reporter asked it the Senate could complete ac- lion by the Aug. II recess on the J20 billion military procurement aulhoriiatron bill which contains the Safeguard funds, Mansfield taia "It's going to be close." The initial session, according to senators going in and out ol the chamber, was marked bj tome, sharp questions and an- tvrers, heated debate and even some shouting, phis a battle ol "charts" by proponents and op- ponents ol the antiballistic mis- sile-ABM. Symington finally got chance to show the chart he 'ays indicates that, even if it works' Safeguard would provide little" additional protection for U.S.' interconti- lenlal ballistic missiles. Sen lenry Jackson, D-Wash. coun- tered with pro-Safejuard charts provided-by the Pentagon. "The Pentagon outdid. Sym- ington a little bit-with bigger charts, and'with clear said Sen. Charles E. Goodell, R-N.Y., "Symington Just had a clear simple chart." Sen. Wallace F. Bennett, R- Utah, an ABM backer, termed the battle of charts "a stand- "I'm i said Jackson. 1 don't think the senators changed their minds one way or another. Bat It gave the oppor- tunity to discuss the total sense of the problems involved." likewise, Symington said think everybody's pretty wtl made up their, minds." "Very few if any minds were Mansfield said. Apollo 11 Nears Moon's ;'s the Apollo 11 touchdown point is at upper left, just above largest crater, Moltke, shown in this photo taken on the Apollo 10 flight. The area is in the Sea of franquility just north of the lunar equator on the right half of the full moon as seen from earth. In the final stage of the descent, astronauts Armstrong and Aldrin have about two minutes maneuvering time to select the smoothest spot. Birth Control Plan WASHINGTON (AP) President Nixon ;toM Qpnf gress: today.: he wants'- to make available I within five years free birth control ad- vice ,to American, women .of child-bearing age. with low-Incomes.. Special Message! In a special.message, Nixon estimated that nearly million U.S. women "do not now have adequate access to family plaa- assistance." Proposing an expansion aid reorganization of federal family planning sfrricej, but gmag.no estimate of the increasedjpend- ing Involveid, NTxony said: ia M1 drcumsiances will the activities associated with our pursuit of thls'goa! be allowed to Infringe on the reli- gious convictions or personal wishes and freedom of any Indi- nor will they be allowed to the absolute right of all Individuals to have such matters of conscience respected by public authorities." duel executive, In the document, sketched out a rather bleak picture of the impact ;of.'tfieT global population'explosioa if govern- ments, private agencies and the United- Nations.'fan to begin dealing now with anticipated problems.' In the United States alone, the population will increase nearly 100 mfllioo to more than 300 mil- lion by the year he pre- dicted. Pointing to just one conse- BIRTH CONTROL- Page 2 A number of New Hampshire communities have .followed1 the example of GOT.'Walter. Peter son ..and declared, Monday' a wliday'for municipal employes n anticipation of the landing by' Apollo II nauts.; In Nashua, bank spokesmen said their Institutions will re- main Traffic Committee to Ask Free Parking on Saturdays The aldennanlc traffic commit-1 tee at the Aug. 1] meeting of lie' Board'of Aldermen will nconh mend that free parking be al-j lowed downtown on Saturdays only.; Aldennin-at-Large John V. C h e i f o n, committee chairman, said Thursday nights were dropped from the free parking plan st the request of the Down- town Association through Edwin Lindsay, a Ualn Street merchant. The committee met with repre- of the association last night to discuss the free parking proposal and the association's self-poUcing plan to prevent abuses. Cbesson slid that free-parking on Saturdays would be permitted for a three-month trial period af- ter which the system would be evaluiled to see if it should con- tinue.. Trafifc committee members at- tending the meeting were Alder- men Leo H. Coutennirsh, Rich- ard P..Joyce and Cbesson. Rep- resenting the Downtown Associ ation were Samuel Tobias, Fer nand'Bergeron, Arnold Gordon, Spiro Linatsas and Lindsay. Also present was AHerman-at-Largi Bertrand J. Bouchard. Mayor Dennis J. Sullivan calle eeley S. Buchanan of Depot oad, Amherst, has been a minted Federal Housing Aothc y Director for New Hampshir Buchanan win assume his duti within a few days-. President Plans Moon Conversation By FRED KKRhtll Hiw Tint., Not t trta NEW YORK Preparations re being made for President toon to speak to astronauts i.U A, Armstrong and Col Ed-rin E. Aldrin Jr. as they walk n the moon. The event would x nationally 'televised. The While House not con-Irmed the President', it is known that Nixon informed intimates, that he wanted to do something "dramatic" in conjunction with the moon landing. Announcement of the hook-up could come today, sources close to the President indicated. The While House Initiated inquiries when it telephoned the American Broadcasting Company here on Wednesday. A.B.C. t the over-all- coordinator of pool .coverage for the Apollo 11 flight. These calls were, an A.B.C. source confirmed today, "veiled queries as to what would be involved If the President wanted to talk with the astronauts on tie moon." The network source said that the White House' was told that the electronic hook-up was not only possible, but relatively simple, and that it could be arranged .ukkly. Furth-r indicattooi .of plans came when it was learned that Nixon's personal television consu 1 1 a n t, Roger E.-AiIes, had been summoned to Washington. Reached ay telephone, confirmed [hat he was going to Washington, but he refused further comment. He has coached the President for all of his major television appearances. There arc two television possibilities for the planned con-versa. ion, according to the A.B.C. source. In each case a television camera would have to be brought to Nixon. Then there could be either a transmission through Houston's Uannod Space Center, or tri-nct-work distribution through A.B.C. In New York. There cculd be a split-screen broadcast showing both Nixon and the astronauts, or a "back-dDd-forth conversation through space with alterratins picture.. QUARTERLY -State- Federal TAX RETURNS ARE DUE For Assistance Call FRED ACKLEY PIZZA by Charles Famous thrjont New England 147 W. PEARL ST. Finest in Pizzas Grinders varieties) Regular 90c PLAIN PIZZA TUESDAY 7CC ONLY Ttltphene II A.M. to 2 A.M. Man. fhru Sat. 1 P.M. to So Special About FREE CHECKING AT NASHUA TRUST? minimum balance if you're under 65 ond NOME if you're over. That's wriof Member, The President would probably talk into, a microphone or (ele- >hone. His voice would go t mission control in Houston, anc simply be plugged into th communications system tha rill be operating continuous! between Houston and .the astro- nauts.- The pictures sent back from he moon .will be received I Houston. The President's >earance would be received 1 
                            

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