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   Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 12, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire                                Today's Chuckle Almort everybody the dtffertace between right and wrong. Some peopU just hate to make decfions. Weather Fair, Cool Tonight Cloudy, Cool Saturday FuH Report en VOL 101 NO. 164 Telegraph NASHUA, NEW HAMPSHIRE, fMDAY.-SEPTEMKK 12, Eeeoad Postage Paid At Nashua, N.H, 20 PAGES Price TEN CENTS Car Kills Woman LYNDEBORO Mrs. Arlene Clements, 70, of Lyndeboro, was killed last night in a freak acci- dent on Lyndeboro Center Road. Police said Mrs. Clements, who lives at Norburn Comer, was crushed by her own automobile. She reportedly had dropped off three women at the home of Mrs. Marion Siggens and parked her car. As she left her-auto and walked in front of it, the car rolled forward, pinning her un- derneath. The vehicle came to a stop after rolling about IS feet. Into a parked car owned by MIT. Harold Parker. Chief Robert Macintosh sai the gear shift was in a position, but the emergency brake had not been secured. Jacks werr used to raise the car and fre-. the woman, he said. Dr. Aleiander Low of Milton! deputy county medical referee, said death was caused by a frac- tured skull and crushed chest The body was moved to the Smith and Heald Funeral Home, Mil- ford. J I U.S. Cancels 'A of architecture is' this angular building: going iip on the Pine HQ1 Road. To be called the St Stanislaus Hall, it will be used for vari- ous 'church functions. A rectory spokesman said Working on a Rooftop there was no definite deadline' for- cbmpletiort; The roof was well on the way to completion when'this picture was taken. (Telegraphbto-Harrigan) ByGEOEGEESPEB SAIGON Acting Washing- __, Commanc canceled B52 bombing raids achedukd, for South Viet- night are today In a peace overture to Ho Cbl Mlnh's succes- sors, military sources, said. AdvUerj There was ho'immediate indi cation when-: the big bombers would go into action again over South .Vietnam.- Some tources speculated the lusjeoston might hut as long as M hours, which carry it put President Experts Warn Against Comeback Of Polio By FRANK CAREY WASHINGTON (AP) Gov- ernment health experts, warn-' ing against a resurgence of po- lio if the nation lets down its vaccination guard, say potential the dread disease al- ready exist in every metropoli- tan area of the country. Public Health Service doctors cautioned against any undue complacency from the fact that 10 far; this year only 10 cases of paralytic lowest rate In been reported. There were 48 such cases last year; In years before IKS when first became available, there were up to cases an- nually of deadly or crippling _llO But the government' doctors said that even now on a nation- wide basis' approximately 30 per cent of the children in the most highly susceptible 1 to 4 year age group remain without vac- cine. Most of these are In' ghetto or other low socio-economic sec- tors. Worry Doctors _, The possibility of outbreaks In these communities worry doc- ton such as F. Robert Fnckle- chief of the Service's: Communicable Dis- ease Center at Atlanta, Ga. lose any of our present momentum. In the vaccination program-rand we already have problems' pockets of unvacclnated or incompletely, vaccinated children.. may In- crease in number and he said. Freckleton and Dr. Michael B. of CDC's LvJrus disease epidemiology section, discussed the situation in tejr arate'telepbone interviews. Gregg forecasts that unless something is (done to improve the present and extent of tain it as new babies come of polio may.be with us for many for example, two or three cases In a neighborhood, four or five in a ghetto said such ai oc- curred prior to U5S currently aren't 'a: threat because, even under the. present Incomplete vaccination coverage, -between 751 and 80 "per cent of the popma- tion'up to age 40 have been vat unated. And this, he laid, amotmti ei- _sentially. to "herd Ford Chi4 Fired After 19 He Wonders By JERRY H. an executive .vice president, York Timw Ktwi winning some of these. DETROIT Semon E. lacocca Grins sen, who quit General grinned" Thursday as bos Corporation 19 wiffi' Ford and'-' other ago to become president of p b e r-faced executives at a Motor Company, has been conference in ,the Fore Henry Ford'JD, Ford's buUding in. Dear- man, said last night '-t.'.--'i'.': "Sometimes things don't wor Ford had said at a -.asked If hi) was sad ta.seeKnudsen go, replied: "I conference but he refused said no comment to the give any, specific reasons fo firinf nf Af -yet but III say.no comment now." me minfi ui utc preoiucsji 01 ui world's second largest Knuds'en name is closely tied the' automobile -world. Knudsen, 56, also said he couid not understand the "Big. Bffl" Knndsen, the. father of ..Semon Knndsen, was. forced from Ford: in. 1921 wns. the first -Henry Ford. Wil- But it is believed that Knndsen .then went .to strong-wilted Knudsen had of fended lesser Ford Motors' Corporation and headed Chevrolet -as it trium- and in turn Ford, by over Ford in the automo- he company with a .market; he rose to the land. The firing is of 'General; Motors. iy observers here as a also headed 'or the home-grown Ford and was a G. M. ex- particularly L e lacocca, vice president, and the other strong executive, over executive in the largest', manufacturer. Sources within Ford said quit early in after lad b e en nm-ins between -bypassed: for the top Job wo hi the past and that G. H. Ford, the grandson of KiSHUA-8 OHLT FAOTOBT AUTHORIZED Henry, then grabbed the 'ounger Knndsen, his old friend, and made him ford oresident' on Feb.' S. IKS. of the Publicr Health polio Vtaa8- r- transmission Tina, v tr c- therefore enough to prevent mass epidemics. Under the' new' federal Vac- Assistance Act, tie govern- ment 1K3 has provided gjj jafjHop in the states to help provide free vaccines and pro- motrJaaoailatioo programs. "One problem as regards ghetto and similar said, even when vaccinationii. accessible charge, U> often underutilized. "The trouble is, many of these have multiple prob- lems. And, if their kids are well, thtfe people don't give priority ;tetttap ytedna- Nixon's conference in Washing- ton today with his top diplomat- ic and military advisers on Viet- nam. Meanwhile BS2 attack) contin- ued On the Ho Chi Minh trail through eastern Laos, the main North Vietnamese infiltration and supply corridor to South Vietnam: B51 raids also contin- ued there during the three-day cease-fire this week for Ho's fu- neral although they' were sus- pended over South Vietnam. .There was speculation that the new suspension was accom- panied by diplomatic peace moves elsewhere. A South Viet- namese source said there "win be some peace moves soon Military; sources'said BB. mis- sions scheduled 'for Thursday night were suddenly canceled without explanation. "Part of schedule was canceled on orders from Wash-j said one source. "We bad missions scheduled for the 1st and 3rd Corps, but they were canceled.' I don't know why. I don't know the interplay In Washington." The South Vietnamese govern- ment had no immediate com; ment' Sources also'reported that the weekly average'of sorties the U.S. Aiir Force's fighter-bomb- ers had. dropped S8 cent since the beginning of the year wcause 'there is "less 'ground geared to the intensity of the J Is.a Uofl, a poliHcil source' i'Tbere', Is. neif leadership in Another military tource com-, pared the suspension to the halt in the' bombing of North 'which, 8. Johnson ordered as part of a' of-: -Johnson sent the bombers back into action, on Jan. SI, I9M, after 37 days, be- cause he didn't get the response ham on'Dec. M. President Lyndon be wanted from Hanoi-. US. CANCELS Page I action port' and-less call for sup- on..-: There'was no indication how long'the B5I'suspension would remain in> effect.--There was ipecalaiionlthM.tte1 raids would je'pot on-and-oH basis SU-Doo Suits Boots Trailers Sleds Accessories ft Parti Nashua Auto Co. Outdoor Recreation Center Main Street, Nashua, N.H. PIZZA by Charles Famous throoct New England 147 W. PEARL ST. Finest in Pizzas Grinders (an varieties) Regular 90c PLAIN PIZZA TUESDAY ONLY MM542 Dpen II A.M. fo 2 A.M. MOB. fnro P.M. to Coming to Nashua Trust MASTER CHARGE Ford, in repeating things just don't wprk out." He denied there is any 'personality conflict or that .Knudseni had taken too much power, or that any -Ford executives had threat- ened; to quit if Knudsen stayed. But Ford indicated'some had Cautions By OAUDETTE DCROCflEB Aldennan-at-Large John Chesson, traffic committee1 .chai man, said today the bee Satodi parting plan re-approved aldermen Tuesday night goes into effect" tomorrow no: matter what thedty sbKcttar MjJ.abont abuses by downtown merchants Knudsen some "differences. with'lacocca when be came "ord a year.and a half ago but.he.said he.thought these hac seen worked out. "If I knew I was going to be )'ere only months, I certainl; wouldn't, have he sai< while denying he was bitter.Bu le added that-among some o lis plans for Ford there were lome "I had not discussed with fr. Ford." .The fnterbcink'Card I Member F.D. I.C FOREST RIDGE Route IOI-A Nashua, N.H. Now. rwttfng I, 2 3 Bedroom Apartments with air conditioning and from monthly x LOCATED DEEP AMID TREES ON Roirf.' lOI-A Turnpike Exit 7W come to him about Knudsen. When Ford Cbesson said. free'parkin ordinance that it is effec rre immediately, upon passage and for intents and purposes this'means it wtH start toraomw The police department, he Hid, will'be advised'to overtook pired meters on streets''and: nuDscipal. Ms. Saturdays itart ng tomorrow.. ConfasiOB Added A note of confusion was added, however, by Henry Becfaard Jr chairman of the elation woo. said the group aims implement the.free Saturda parking plan Sept. 20. j. Originally, he the-asso- ciation bad aimed to start the bxnorrow but was, advised by aty Solicitor Arthur 0. Gomr ey Jr. to hold off until-a legal notice of the new'ctdinance ap- peared in the Telegraph.- City Clerk Uonel Guiftert said his-office is preparing tiie notice raw and it should be published sometime nesrt week. FREE PARKING PLAN. Ford said, "The flow of history Meanwhue, CHef Paul J. Tracy is said his department had not ye Knudsen was coming back to received any formil.notification instead history was of the ordinance from the city lerk's department. Nor ftge j Chesson advised the department of: a change in Saturday meter enforcement, he said. But Tracy .said if Chesson notified Mm today the free park lust repeating foelf. KNUDSEN '69 Chevrolets CARS TRDCKS Daily Rentals; as low as r day Coll Tert 888-1121 MacMuIkin Chevrolet FUEL OIL SAVE MORE With gKBVTJtQ SA8HTU ACT) 8CMOUHDINO TOWJIS 465-2267 ANNOUNCEMENT W. ROBERT NOIIE MSSOCIATK Lond Surveyors and. Planners Announces the removal of its offieo to 23 Street, Nashua, NJH. 03060 Telephone Ing plan tomorrow bis de- partment wul abide by his orders. The free parking plan wifl be in effect for a tbreemaath trial period. Bechaid (aid the asso- ciation has adopted a self-policing plan tor prevent aB-day parking and employes. He said offend- ers wul be approached individu- ally by r an: association director and asked to halt the practice, for tbe'conventence'of shoppers. If this approach 'does not work, Becbard said, the names and registration numbers of chronic offenders will be turned over to the police for prosecution under a which rimUs parking on Main Street to one hour. Israeli Warplanes Hit Egyptian Sites By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Israeli warplanes swept across the Gulf of Suez today in an attack on Egyptian military las apparently escaped. objectives on Egypt's eastern the Israeli military an- nounced In Tet Aviv. It was the fourth straight day of aerial activity on the Egyp- tian-Israeli cease-fire line. It ame 24 hours after fierce air tattle over Sinai Thursday, it battles with Egyptian aircraft in which Israel claimed shooting down 11 Soviet-made planes and Cairo claimed the downing of six Israeli aircraft A brief announcement said he planes today went In at a.m. and returned to Is- rael unharmed Singled out for attack, a Tel iviv spokesman said, were Ras la'farana, 55 miles south of Port Suez, and Ras Gharib, ibout 121 miles south of Port luez, which is oa the southern end of the Suet Canal Earlier the Israelis reported one of their patrols killed eight Arab guerrillas in cksh J5 mfles north of the Dead Sea Inrrsday night A military spokesman in Tel tviv said the Israeli patrol in- ercepted aa 11-man Arab guer- illa squad near the Damlya Bridge which spans the Jordan River.' He said were no Is- raeli casualties.' Three .guerril- The spokesman also reported several rock'et attacks from Le- banon and Jordan on Israeli set- tlements during.the night but said they caused little damage. Israel claimed that in the air downed 11 Egyptian seven MIGJls, three Sukhoi 7s and one MIG17. Israel said one of its planes was shot down. A spokesman said Israel's cas- ualties as a result of the Egyp- tian attacks were one dead, three wounded and one pilot missing. The pilot was'seen par- achuting into Egyptian territory after his Mirage Jet was hit. A senior Israeli staff officer said "dozens of Israeli planes were In combat" against an es- timated M .to 70 Egyptian planes. He called it an "ex- Iremely successful day" for Is- rael's air force, but said: "I don't rule out the possibility of he Egyptian aircraft trying something else tomorrow. Even though tomorrow is the eve of our new year, we must keep our xjwder dry and our planes for any surprise attack.' By ANTHONY COLUNGS MOSCOW; (AP) Some ern diplomats in Moscow said today that Soviet Premier Alex- ei N. Kosygin may have gone to Peking to warn Communist Chi- na against more.attacks across the Soviet-Chinese border. The diplomati speculated that Kosygin .would not have flown so far out of his way unless had something more to Premier Choo En-lal than, to suggest-resumption of talks,  omley li rmscirnrrt IN EGRAPH Lawrence 4 Nashua Scene :4 Obituaries 1 Sports H. 11 Suburban 8. t Taytor 4 Television 14 Ttoitim- 1S Machinist's will be CLOSED Saturday, rSept. 13 in observance of ROSH HASHANAH Opm uwtl Mondiy, IS Editorial Financial Horoscope 4 Dr. Thosteson 7 1 FALL WALLPAPER v; SALE LARGEST SELECTION PLUS StH Green Stamps Nashua Wallpaper Co: WW. PetrtSt OpenTnun-tai   

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