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   Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 10, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire                                Today's Chuckle In our time, the only thing wiembUng thrift tome drtn have seen is their moth- en licking trading stimpi. HaafitUrVt Larytt IfeVuhg Niwtpopif Weather Clear, Cool Tonight Fair, Cool' Thursday FuH Rtport wi Wt VOL 101 NO. 161 _ Ntw HaapUn EatattdMd October M, 181 NASHUA, NEW Second Out Postage Pikl AtNashua.N.H, 44 PAGES TEN CENTS Raid By JOHN HARRIGAN Federal agents and state and local police last night carried out what they called the "biggest narcotics raid In the history of arresting -11 members of the Lowell chapter of the Hells Angels motorcycle Club on narcotics-related charges. Twenty-six law-enforcement officers descended on a dwelling at 4 Weymouth Drive at about last night and arrested everyone in the residence. Cache of Herobi A subsequent search of tl bouse turned up a cache of henut which authorities said was worth about Donald Picard, 27, occupant the house, appeared in Nashua District Court this morning be- fore Judge A. Guertin. Charged with illegal possession of drugs (heroin) and possessit of a dangerous weapon, be plead ed innocent to the weapon charge and entered no plea on the nar cotics charge. His case was coo- Amherst Collision Kills 2 A former. Hoffis coupta was killed U a bead-oa OB Eoute in Amherst yesterday and a U-year-oU Merrimack gir injured in an auto crash July H died in Nashua hospitaL State Police identified the cou- ple as Deaiw C. Simpson, 51, am bis wife Mary-Esther, 58, of Forest SL, Worcester, Mass., and formerly of 15 Main St, HoUis. _______ _- ____ _______ fctir pwteat when a controtei Vtebuntse offldali kept, and pleaded to- tonobed off ipecaktlon of fnr- They were pronounced dead at scene by Hfflsborongh County examiner Dr.-Alenndrt Law of Mflford after, tbeir ear collided with tad at p. m. Polka Identified tie driver of the other vehicle as Wiffiam H. Martin, fl, of Eta St, Keene, who was operating a car ownet by the Ideal Tan Company of Keene. He is listed in "serious- condition at Sacred Heart Hospi tal In Manchester with a dislo- cated right hip, a broken right forearm, multiple rib.fractures and multiple cuts of the body. He has been placed in the intensive care unit According to ponce reports, the Simpson car was headed west, and the Martin vehicle was east- bound. Officials said Oat ap- parently one of the vehicles was traveling In the wrong lane n heavy rain. The mishap occurred near the Od Oder Mill in Amherst Troop- er James W. Grant of Maford in- vestigated. Died Tuesday Janict Stevens, 17, daughter o Mr. and Mrs. Shirley of Sevems Bridge Road, Men-muck, died yesterday at St Hosptot She was Injured in a one- ear accident July 14. HUed in the crasb was Lillian WBbam, II, danghfer of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Whitham of Thornton Road in Merrimadc. Tne two girls were passengers in a AXHEBST PageJ FUEL OIL SAVE MORE With LORDEK OIL CO. INC. gEEVINO SASHTJl AND TOWJil 465-2267 PIZZA by Charles Famous thruont New England 147 W. PEARL ST. Finest in Pizzas Grinders (an vtrietiej) Regular 90c PLAIN PIZZA .TUESDAY ONLY W-4542 II A.M. to 2 MM. thru P.M. fa MUfe'rH lined to Sept. with set at a total of Also arrested were 10 persons, who, reportedly are members oi the Lowell, Mass., chapter of the Hells Angels. Charged with being knowingly present when controlled drugs wen kept were: Frank B. Hack- bn, LoweD; Donald Dee, 17, Lowell; Edwin KDey, 28, Low- eB; Michael J. Low- ell; Albert Snnmnnf JO, Lowell; Karen A. Simmons, 8, Lowell; Loyan D. Scott Jr., Martin T. Martaks, 26, Lowell; and Kenneth Shunko, 28, Dracut An nine pleaded Innocent to the charge. Toetr cases were con- tinued to Sept. with bail set at JJ.OOO each. Philip W..' Lowell, was uagment Qpinion on; Petition Opposed Transport' ed To Jail. These two photos were taken short- ly after 11; members of the Hells Angels appeared District Court on narcotics-connected charges. At left, Sgt Norbert Marquis (center) and Officer Robert fencer (left) lead one of the 11 from the Btation to a waiting bus. At right, Lt William Quigley (left) Capt Armand Roussel (right) taking another ius- pert to the bus, bound for Manches- ter where the 11 were sent pending posting of bail Telegraphotoe-Andruskevkh) bartttaD, entered so plea, aad had bti cm coDtmoed to Sept 2t He Boeeot to tbU enaitt'Bafl te iothdurgd wti Mt tt t total of Tne raid took plate. in a new development off New Searlw (pad, in the Teoby Drive arei inmorities, in what one official called "ah eztraordinanly smooth amounted me dweO- ng and then rushed in. Operathig under search warrant and drag control wcentty pawed by Uglsiatart, Allies' Sessions Stir Talk Of Withdrawals ther Ataerjcan troop witbdnw- als and an extended scaling down of ABttd military opera- tions. was also speculation that the United States 'had sounded -.out North Vietnam about continuing the three-day cease-fira the Viet Cong de- clared for the funeral of North Vietnamese President Ho Chi 'Tbt cease-fire, which US. forces honored, was scheduled to expire at 1 tun. By GEORGE ESPEB ____w_. ,______ SAIGON (AP) Meetings ft- IPA. EOT today, day between top-level U.S. and CMfenstnSet Crtlgbton Abramt commander of- U.S. forces In Vietnam, "met with President Nguyen Van Thieu before flying to Washington for-the confei ence that President Nixon wii bold Friday witi bJs top mili- tary and diplomatic advisers on Vietnam. Unconfirmed reports sak Abrams is prepared to accep withdrawal of more which would reduce American troop strength in tie country to about men. Acting U.S. Ambassador Sam Gpbleigh Plans Committee To Check Council's Actions ment of Centralized Data Pro- cessing Is In charge of the com- putos or whether the Tarioot dl'bai intent of agencies should baye their own OONCOaD, N.H. (AP) Boost Speaker Marshall Cob- elgh says the Executive Coun- legislature several times and be Is appointing a watch- og committee to prevent recur- ences. The Nashua.Republican'said i u interview late Tuesday "Fm creating a Legislative Oversight-Committee .to keep tract of what the council does and to see that the intent of tbe egislatare is followed thrpngh y tbe vajious departments." CobMgh spedacaHy referred to recent council action author- ting Employment Security Commissioner Benjamin Adams o accept federal foods toward leased computer operation. Cobleigh and Rep. George Ro- R-Cilmanton Iron Works, maintain ,tbe legislature turned own Adams' request for com- puter space because the law- makers wanted'to make sure dams' computer reeds were ncorporated with other agen- es. The fight items from, squab- uting over whether the Depart- NEW OFFICE HOURS 10 AJff. to 6 RM. Closed Sats. Suns. except by appointment ALPHONSE fUODONIS la Main St, Suite 883-3831 computers. Cobleigh cald "tie legislature made it dear they did not buy what Adams was saying and this after long thought and care- ful research. I think the council went against the intent of the legislature and I think a com- mittee should make note of this and bring it out in the special session." Another area ol concern for Cobleigh wai tbe salary adjust- ments made by the council shortly after tbe legislature ad- journed. "I think' fte legislature thrashed through salaries folly and with -many meetings and conference committee gather Ings. Tbe council saw fit to a! ter this with little study and the speaker said. The speaker did not name members of Us new committee, but did cay that "someone from the Appropriations Committee would be on it." "I think it's important to the legislature to see that what we make Into law is done; "It's an old problem, but-I think this is a new approach t< it for 'New Hampshire that might work he added. you're going to have a strong legislature, these things must be pointed out. They (the council members) chose to dis- regard us and now we're going to do something: about he said. Humphrey Slated to Talk To UNH Students Sept. 18 DURHAM, N.H. (AP) Hu- bert H. Humphrey will return to New England for .the first time since tbe 1K8 presidential cam- paign when he win deliver a speech before a group of Uni- versity of New Hampshire, stu- dents Sept. 18. Humphrey's nonnced today by UNH Presi- dent John McConnell. 'The speech will be made at an open- Ing convocation for students. The' opening' convocation will begin in the 'University field visit was an- Cbming soon to Nashua Trust MASTER CHARGE Th? Interbank" Card Member F. D. I.C bouse with an academic precis slon, a welcome by McConnell and remarks by student body president Bradford Cook of Lee. A question-acd-answer period will follow tbe speech of the 1K8 Democratic presidential nominee. Humphrey at present is a visiting professor of political science and Internationa! affairs at Macalester College in Minne- sota and a professor In the so- cial science program at the University of Minnesota. Ml D  Vietnamese Comrnunls arty's first secretary, pledged n a eulogy of Ho .that the party would-fulfill'the president's last fight'and defeat the U.S. aggressors, to liberate ttw South." But again only scattered Ugh ction was reported across the country. The U.S. Command reports lalf a dozen enemy attacks on r.S. forces from 8 a.m. Tnesda: to t a.m. Wednesday in which 2 enemy soldiers were killed ant nother 21 were taken prisoner .merican 'casualties were' two :illed and seven wounded, the -ommaed said. TONIGHT IN THE TELEGRAPH Horoscope J Nashua Scene Obituaries 27 U, 21 Taylor 4 Jaker iossat a lassificds omics 39 iomley 4 >ossword n editorial 4 Ruandal 1 Television Theaters Dr. Thosleson JI Weather REWARD for the return of Grant's shopping carts by Friday, September .12th to the New Grant's Store, Simoneau Plozo.. Grant's carts, are easily recognized by the oronge the W. T.'' Graht'Imprint.' Duwfcer Mayor Dennis J. Sullivan aid today he will seek a declaratory judgment in Superior Court on the legal optaion rendered by City Solicitor Arthur 0- Conn- ley. Jr. last night on the Neverett-property initia- tive petition. "It was a play! of. words, a very weak explanation. I do not buy Sullivan re- marked. Draws FUe 'the> opinion -he delivered at tbe' ajdermanic meeting, Gormley drew a fine line be- tween, the initiative and refer- endum powers of the voters. Tbe petition as submitted by tne mayor, he said, "is not an initiative petition as contem plated by the city charter and can be disposed of as the Board of Aldermen sees fit.' Tbe'board saw fit to accept and file the petition without granting'die referendum sought on the controversial property taking. Otter Action It also rode roughshod over other attempts by Sulli- van to thwart the Neverett property taking: on safe side, It overrode by an 11-1 vote his veto of I158.1M damage as sessment resolution for the property, though Gormley had declared earlier the veto was null because fte city charter specifically. prevents the mayor from vetoing resolutions of this ;ype. gave a. third reading and re-approved the disputed- damage assessment reaolijthjn. postponed as res- olution endorsed by SnHivan 6H- rectfec aldermen rcfcreodtBtt' on initiative petitioa.- AMerman at Large Mawfce L. Bouchard voted agamst these three motions. He: has- been against purchase of the prop- erty since the first vote taken on it by tbe board.. Two Absteotioas Daring the roll call votes on vetoing and' reconsidering the assessment resolution "Alder- men Sherman Horton Jr.' and Kehard P. Joyce abstained. Absent was'Alderman Donald L.EtMer'wbo originally sop- ported acquisition of the prop- erly but later voted against it SulHvan said be would have to retain his own lawyer to take the issue to court. .enact come specific meaturt further on Gormley's could be In the -form el he repeal measure. 1 "You must have ParUcalar Aettta that a veto in his opinion the petition presented not be exercised, but was not request the aldermen ridden on his advice to enact, a particular measurf i continued. JUSt 10 SOrnC might rule text .ol the accompanying tbt in distinguishing between petition 'does not scribe a "general frule, of tiative and. referendum powers, Gormley said, 'the former It merely Invites a'deda> ration of opinion by the people the power to enact a law the Neverett, sali, El mw. r The .referendum, be' opiefon, the petition is not in substantial gives the people power to rule on an act of a legislative with, charter 'to be sn Dfititiobi' Under Nashua's charter, to the effect'" of said, "an initiative petition in this CftJSK In quests the Board of pCllllWU Una ,MW stated, "such a 'petition to. pass an ordinance, lie where tbe Board of Al; tion, order to vote. All of these terms are included in Had a legal right measure. effect :of such a "A measure is defined as filed is to suspend tM egUlative bill or enactment. of the measure until measure imports a general ratified at a of conduct. It implies and not the city solicitor assert. This means, Gormley said, that an initiative -petition acquisition of -the. Neverejt request the Board of RULING Page. 9 Free Veto Beaten By Aldermen 1 On a' 1Z-1 voU, the at i Large. Hauriee last night overrode Mayor Bouchard and 'Alderman Leo J.' SnIHvan's veto of the Coutermarah were w4r Saturday parking plan for to support the veto. ______ __ accosed Checsoa today, The vote came tldf view of his Chamber pott, repeated strenuous "a rampant conflict of tfca plan, saying tne etty could la the vote. afford to go finds to be lost by the free (Voted (o override hli veio, tog plan. said "they wenf onrfy Estimates IMS In gfvmg away HUN .He has estimated year parking fees to tM will be lost by the program mmhimfc." f an basis. The, 'plan' Downtown Assodatkut iroved last night, however, is tbe free parking onja a three-month trial basis as baas to shore up tbe down- quested by. tbe Downtown economy in the face "el tbon of the Greater competzbon bom Chamber- of centers. Alderman at large John tbe downtown section it al- jbesson, 'who Is also to deteriorate, it said, tbe if ttie chamber, teamed up "of 'renewal would far- out- Alderman Richard P. Joyce tbe meter food lossef move that the veto be by Suffivan. Planes Hit In Mid-Air Killing 83 INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (AP) Collection of bodies and. debrl continued today In a farm fiel where the broken parts of a co! iding airliner and a light plan plunged from the sky, kffling 83 persons. Eyewitnesses said the single- engined craft carrying a soloing student pilot, Robert W. Carey, knocked the tail of the Allegheny Airlines Jetliner s the larger plane approaehef Teir-Cook Municipal Airport tasday. Carey, a father of six who was forking toward a pilot's license moved here last year from Manchester, N.H. He was akm< n the plane at the time of thi rash. The jetliner, which began Its ight at Boston, had touched own at Baltimore and Cindn ati and was scheduled to stop t the Indianapolis airport be- ore going on to St. Louis. "It was rear perfect weath said John Shaffer, one of a earn of 16 investigators from it Federal Aviation Admints ration. 'It's almost Inconceiv jle that the two planes were at same spot at the same me." The aerial collision occurred ear London, a community ol DO about 10 miles southeast ol dianapolis. Most of the wreckage of the LANES HIT Page I DO IT YOURSELF ANTIQUING SUPPLIES It's Easy! It's Fun! Plus Green Stamps Nashua Wallpaper Co. Pearl St Open Thurj. TU Recorder Remains of flight data recorder from an M-.' legheney Airlines Jet lie amid wreckage of plane near a suburban Indianapolis trailer park.: The park is in the background. (AP NACTPA'g OSLT PAOTOBT AUTHORIZED DEALER SKI-DOO sa-Doo Suits 4 Boots Trailers Sleds Accessories k Parts Nashua Auto Co. Outdoor Recreation Center J83 Main Street, Nashua, N.H. 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