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   Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 29, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire                                Today's Chuckle A genius is usually a crack- pot unta he hits the Jackpot Nashua New Hampshire's Largest Evening Newspaper aph Weather Cloudy, Rain Tonight No Change Wednesday Full Report on Page Two .YOU 101 NO. 126 Continuinj the New Hampshire Telegraph Established October 20. ISH NASHUA. NEW HAMPSHIRE. TUESDAY. JULY 29. IW Second CUsi PiM At Nashua, N. H. 20 PAGES Pfici TEN CENTS Nixon Plans Visit To Vietnam Tfie Umbrella 'Reigns' Tocfoy This fetching victim of Nashua's current rainstorm was taking no chances this morning. Nancy Barlow, 21, of 112 Walnut St., kept a tight rein on her bumbershoot as she walked to work through some of the .62 inches of rain that f dl on the area yesterday and today. The monthly total is now 2.39 inches. (Telegraphoto-Harrigan) By FRANK CORMIER dinner for the BANGKOK (AP) rs. NUon. 'resident Nixon will visit South Vietnam Wednesday :nd confer with President Nguyen Van Thieu, re- sponsible sources reported :oday. Details of Nixon's visit lo the war zone were shrouded in security pre- cautions, and White House spokesmen would give no confirmation. But.neither ivould they deny the report. Few Hours It was expected that the Pres- ident would be in Vietnam only a few hours. Meanwhile, Nixon's lop milr tary and diplomatic officials in Saigon flew to Bangkok today to review the situation in Vietnam with the President. Amid conferences on South- east Asian security with the leaders of Thailand, Nixon scheduled an up-to-the-mimit review of the war with U.S. Am bassador Ellsworth Bunker and Gen. Creighlon Abrams Jr., the commander of U-S- forces in Vietnam. Nixon has said these, talks would Influence his thinking on further withdrawals of U.S troops and his assessment of the significance of the. battlefieli lull in Vietnam; now in its sixtl week. Nixon's published schedule f o Wednesday is blank until th evening, when.Prime .Ministe Thanoin Kttikachorn gives a White House spokesmen and mericaa military sources re- alned sflent on the possibility a Vietnam trip daring the day, but there were no denials tie rising speculation. There was also a possibility it Nixon would drop in on one the six big U.S. bases in Thai- and to speak to the troops. President Lyndon B. Johnson ice visited American bases in lailapd and Vietnam, stopping ach time in Vietnam, at the ra-secure American base at am Ranh Bay. It was believed that Nixon ould prefer some other stop- ing place, perhaps even Sal- on. This would impose extra Kurily precautions, but with le war in a lull, it was believed that a visit to the South Viet- amese capita! was possible. Second Day The President1! second day in Peterson Expected to Pick Copadis Judge of Probate CONCORD, N. H: (AP) Nicholas .43, a Manchester; expected -to' be hbmiriated as probate judge for Hflls- borough: County. by Goy. Walter Peterson, sources in the State House said. Nomination Dae Thursday The-nomination, expected to be made Thursday when Peter- son meets with Ms Executive Council, would be the first of several major nominations from him in several months. "Copadis said he understands he was being considered but that he has not talked with Pet and has received no word his'name will be submitted for consideration by the council. Maurice Bois, another Man- chester lawyer, also has been mentioned for the position. A third Manchester lawyer, Davic Brock, acknowledged by Peter- son as one who was considered for the Job, has been nominated by. President Nixon to be U Attorney for New Hampshire. Copadis, an attorney for the Manchester Federal Savings and Loan is a lor iner Republican dty chairman for Manchester. In 1968, was tbe initial eader of the movement to put Jew York G6v. Nelson Rocie-eller in, the New' Hampshire residential primary. Tne'coahcU'will be" taking up other matters, including salary adjustments for state officials who -feel they did not get enough 'from the 1969 Legisa-lure. 'Health and Welfare Commissioner Charles Wtittemore seeks salary, increases for the subordinates. One is to boost the salary of fV'elfare Director George Jlur-phy to so that he will be setting more money than a Dr. Robert .M; Blake, chief of the Bureau of Medical Services. Whittemore'i other' requested adjustment "ii Dr. Francis Kashela, superintendent of ths Glendiff Sanatorium, who earns less than pna of his subordinates, the senior physician at the institution. Fay Hike Souglt Whittemore is asking that Ka-sheta's pay be hiked to JJ1.570 by 1870. James IfcFate, chairman of the Department of Resources and Economic Development Advisory Commissions wsuits to Strict C On Pisto By LAWRENCE L. KNUTSON WASHINGTON (AP) A domestic arms race has turned many homes into arsenals and created a situation so dangerous its elimination must be national policy. President Nixon has been Is Asked should earmark tw a. to pay owners GUN CONTROLS Page 1 Di ABM Vote Is Delayed WASHINGTON (AP) Ef. forts to force an early vole on the' Safeguard missile defense program are becoming mired in a 'maze of secret reports cited by Senate opponents as a reason for delaying a showdown. Critiej indicate they have at least lour secret reports, mainly f' "i tha government or from Pen! "think which they contend strengthen their ease. Sen. Albert Gore, D-Tenn., called session of his Disarma- ment today to study at two secret re- ports, one the so-called Latter Report by the Defense Science Advisory Board and the other a Itudy made by the Institute of Defense Analysis. In a message that taid 24 mil- ion pistols are now in private lands, the President's anti-vio- ence commission called for the near-total removal of the con- cealable handgun from Ameri- can life. The President was urged to ask Congress for laws enabling tales to license all owners ol pistols, restricting their posses- sion only to those who can prove hey need them. Stiff penalties would be provided. for illegal possession. Under the plan, the federa! jovemtnent would move (o li rense handgun owners if a state 'ailed to act within four years after passage of the federal law Jccnses would be limited to po- Ice officers, security guards small businesses In high crimi areas and others with a speda need for self-protection. The federal governmtc PIZZA by Charles Famous thruoul New England Iff W. PEARL ST. Ffnesf In Pizzas Grinders (an varieties) Regular 90c PLAIN PIZZA ..TUESDAY ONLY T.Uphona 88V-4542 II A.M. to 2 A.M. Mon, thru P.VUoMIdnita TONIGHT IN THE TELEGRAPH Abby Obituaries Pearson Reslon Editorial Financial Horoscope Lawrence 4 Nashua Scene 4 Biossat Classified? 1S-17-18-H Sports 1M1 Comics 15 Suburban 8-9 Crossword Television H 6 Theaters I Dr. Tbosttton II Weather raise the salary of Roger Crow- ey, DRED commissioner. to :McFate, th ialary needs i >e adjusted because of "inat verient action" by the leglsla that 'Crbwley's salary should be la 748 for fiscal 1970 and .JM for fiscal 1971. Commissioner Ben Jam: Adams of the Department yment Compensatio seeks an adjustment for the sa ary range of department atlo ney Edward Smith lo JI6.00 J17.784 for fiscal 1970 and 1Z9-J19.032 for fiscal 1971. 'Ally. Gen. George Pappagia: is has asked for approval of his appointment of W. Micha of Webster as an ass: tant attorney genera! in tl Criminal Division at a startin salary of J10.670. In other pending action t council will review a proposec  19 billion mora He laid he would be the estimates made ia !o bring up the IWay Nashua Selected as Site Of Democrats Conference Nashua has been selected as the dU for the biennial Northeast Conferenct of the Young Demo- cnti of America, It was announced today by R. Spencer OUrer, of Bows, Md, National YDCA President. Tha weekend meeting of Young Democrat leaders from the 11 Northeastern states and tha Dis- trict of Columbia will lake place Sept to Thunderbird Tna conference wiH feature teutons', and "Gold Ticket Dinner" to which senior party members will be In- vited to an address by a rational political figure. In conjunction with the con- ference, the N. H. Young Demo- crats Oute oi2 hoM its biemiel convention to elect state of- ficers as well as delegates to national convention In Las Vegas this fan. Conference coordinator is J. Jo- seph Grandmaison of Nashua, president of tha New Hampshtrt Young Democrats Clubs.   

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