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   Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 16, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire                                MteWtJrt wearm havt hew orjanlzttton: Dwigbtm of American RtntatfohV 'Mild" Tonight Little Change, Wednesday; FuH Report on f i IT 167 Conttnuinj UM New Hampshire 'Telegraph '.ErtahlislMd October M.18M NASHUA, NEW HAMPSHIRE, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, If if Second Class Postage-Pal) At Nashua, N.H. J6 PAGES Prle. JEN CENTS Front-line Shut-Eye The recent lull in fighting in South carrier at Fire Support Base, Deyins, Vietnam meant a chance to catch up 35 miles northwest- of Saigon. (AP on sleep for .these soldiers. They-are Wirephoto) i sleeping'inside an armored-personnel' V Marijuana Seized In V By JOHN HAEX1GAN HUDSON After a hour stakeout in the woods, police .this morning arrested three youths and confiscated a large sack of marijuana which authori- ties estimated to be worth more than V Lists Suspects Chief Andrew J. PoUk' said all three suspects art minors, one at them'-a. 11-year-old from Con- necticut who his been itayiag In Hudson. said, are both IS and from Nash- He fijld'the wffl face luyenBe court action is the bear while the other -two will appear before Nashua District Court.'. He would not release the identi- ties of two did not disclose: the' charges which would be brought against them. A.Nashua Dfctict Court spokesman. Kid no .complaints had been issued.and no bad been UM three had been released from custody on bail Polak detcribed the stakeout and the subsequent arrest In this manner; At about I yesterday, of- ficers at the Hudson police sta- tion received a call from a per- son who, Polak laioY "reported that he found come nispidous- looklng while he was walk' ing in the woods near Greeley Street The caller said be had dis- covered a large plastic bag to the bushes. Police arrived at the tceae of the discovery shortly after the call, and after a qoick'investiga' lion, notified.Polak.' Set Up SUkeont Suspecting that the owners might return later that day, Pol- ak set up a stakeout Sgt Horace Nichols, Sgt Wuhan Officer Warren Holkentine and Special Officer CurSs MtrrifleJd were stationed around the patch of bushes where the marijuana had been found. Polak stationed himself on a MARIJUANA Paget Homebountf by Dec J5 (AP) President Nixon'announced plans today to withdraw an additional L U. S. troops from South Vietnam by Dec. 15. Drtva For i Peace NUon -coupled :his .announce- meat .with a; review of-what he termed the administration's "major efforts .to bring an end to the Repeating his past proposals for a peaceful settlement, Nixon added: .time for; meaning- ful negotiations: has therefore arrived." 'Lrealize that'it.'ls'difficult to communicate across.the 'gulf .of five years of war. But'the .time has come to war.'.; he said.' Nixon said; his, latest troop withdrawal; coupled' with the earlier pullout of com- bat would' mean; 'at ;least CONCOHD; N.H. >r A comfort firm for tbe Citizens Jesried; a.. pcenms- aary retwrt today recommending Tarioiu means.', to save :from to U09.400 a year in management of the state's au- tomotive "fleet. llacro Systems Inc. ol'-Sdver Sprtogs, Md, also urged a Tcarings of J75.000 a year to the general and special funds by amending "existing statutes to .eliminate' the' re- quirement whereby the.- state agencies pay the sevetcents-a- gallon state tax on gasoline. However, the. amendment vould take away money from the Highway Fund. 'The Grin called for stricter budgetary controls on passen- ger vehicle procurement, In- cluding a reduction' in total fleet costs by changing vehicle replacement'policies, with an estimated expenditure reduction of from 115.850 to Route 108 Closed For Bridge Work N.H. (AP) State highway officials an- nounced today the replacement of two: bridge decks on the overpasses over the Boston and Maine Railroad tracks on Route 108 'at Rockingham Junction will require the'dosing of-the structures to all traffic for the next two months. Beginning at noon today all Route traffic between.Dov- er and Exeter will be 'detoured kkmf the old Route 108 road- way through Rockingham June den. TONIGHT IN THE TELEGRAPH Abby Anderson Baker CUssaeoV 13 COMCS Crossword Editorial 4 Financial Horoscope 25 Nashua Scene 4 Obituaries 2 Reston 4 Sports 10, 11 II, Suburban 8 Television Theaters 8 Dr. Thostesoa H Weather 2 PIZZA by Charles Famous thnout New England 147 W, PEARL ST. Finest in Pizzas Grinders (aH varieties) Regular ,90c PLAIN PIZZA TUESDAY 7CC ONLY 3 Telephone Open II A.M. to 2 A.M. Mon. thru Sat. SomJayt 3 P.M. Midmte State "The current vehicle replace- ment policy, should be'replace! by'.a'-policy .which will ensure the lowest annual .total the report said. "Current procedures. provide for a minimum replacement ol three years or miles. The replacement point should -be that point which minimizes fleet cost a purely economic standpoint, to forestall invest- ment in new vehicles, the'ideal situation would'- be to have in service a vehicle which .would continue .to operate year after year' at a reasonably stable Man Spans Atlantic In Sailboat SAN Bahamas (AP) Bill Verity says one ol the big annoyances on a solo small sailboat crossing of the Atlantic Is the tendency of sharks to dine on your laundry. Verity also notes that a steady diet of dolphin, .while nourish- ing, is likely to slim down the human his case, from 195 lo 165 pounds. Reminiscing on his 114-day voyage from Ireland in a 20-foot craft, the 43-year-old former ioat builder of Ft..Lauderdale, Fla., remarked: "I was off the coast of Spain the first time I lost a pair of trousers. It happened every time I towed my clothes wash them. Sharks stole them an the time." Verity finished his crossing at the end of an oil tanker's :ow line Saturday. He made the trl? ib demonstrate that an' Irish monk named Brendan the Bold could have discovered America n the sixth century after span- ning the in a cockleshell, as legend says he did. The lone sailor said his worst experience on the trip was get- ing- caught in an .electrical storm with' "lightning bolt after ightnlng bolt striking the water was so close I could smell 1" At one point'his rudder feu apart as he cruised off Puerto Uco, but a i U.S.-Coast Guard cutter supplied lumber and tools o replace it. A savings of-between and could consultants per cent lo 10 per. cent reduction in the cost-of reimbursed; milage could be achieved through aa Increase of enforcement-.of ex- isting policies and procedures.; "The governor should, by "ex- ecutive order, require a S to 10 per cent reduction pin the-total number of miles state' employ- es drive private-cars on- offi- cial report said. BENJAMIN ;MOORE FALL PAINT SALE S k H Green Stamps Nashua Wallpaper Co. I2t W. Pearl St -_ average total annual the report said. r. Another savings urged by .the estimated .between and was a 2 per cent to S per cent redaction in the number of vehicles current- ly .owned by the .state, "Using the current Inventory as, a reduction would translate into -14. to 35 fewer the report said troops iwffl have left -Viet nani'by Dec, By that said, the-ati thoriied" in-.Viet nam xom pared with when- he took office last Jan. 20. The'cut.ln the ceffingii iome- what larger than' the, actual numberiof be .with- drawn, Nixon since; ceil Ings account author of.-military-untts whereas actual "pra'cUee most units are slightly below fun r v _ In. citing his administration's Vietnam 'mores, Ntam Wld has renounced an imposed mili- tary 'proposed irte elections under international perfWoD, offered the wfthdnrw- ai of U5, and allied United States win retain no mil- itary bases there and has of fered to speed mntnal-withdraw al under a negotiated, wper- vised In addition, he said-be has made it clear the United would settle for de facto remo- val of North Vietnamese troops as long as there wet> guaran- tees'against their return and that "we and the government oi South Vietnam have announced that we are prepared .to accepl any political outcome which Is arrived; at through free 'elec- The chief executive added the United States is prepared to.dii: cuss enemy proposals. _' only item whla is not negotiable'lJtherright of the people of South Vietnam to Across the Bounding Main Bill Verity stands on the docks of San Salvador, Bahamas, with his-20-foot sanboat In the back- ground.-Verity crossed the Atlantic Ocean, starting from Ireland, in 115 dayi. (AP Wirephoto) NASHUA TRUST hos h a p y been.pkjying-clally-interest on 5% Time Deposit accounts since 1967. HXkCBEB r.D.I.C. Men determine their own future free of outside he said. Regarding the latest planned withdrawal, Nixon said he acted 'after careful- consideration with my leriior dvilian'and mil- itary advisers and In full consul- tation with the government'of Vietnam" in-Saigon. Ky Announced Nixon's; derision to. cut U.S. forces in the war zone became known Monday when South Viet- namese: Vice: President Nguyen Cao Ky said In Saigon that American troops would be removed from his country by the end el November. The would neifter deny nor confirm declaration, atandmg in- Itead on Press Secretary Ron- eJd L, ttafemect.lhat the actual figures would be re- leased today. Nixon's announcement today of his aecond cutback of. U.S. forces from the battle-ripped jootheast Asian nation (tiH leaves more than Ameri- can troops In South Vietnam. The President last June or- dered U.S. troops .polled !rom the' war. The last of this Contingent came out of the fight- ng at the 'end of August. The men figured in'the o cutbacks itai Iraves Nixon short of the goal he set in a June" 19 news conference when answered a call by former Defense Secretary Clark M. Clifford for a lOO.OOO-mas with- drawal by the end of 1M9. Narcotics Confiscated Hudson Police Andrew Polak displays some of the marijuana; val- 'ued at'more than, which he and his, men confiscated after a stake put yesterday afternoon. Three of them a juyenile, were apprehended when they approached the cache of narcotics hidden in a, dump of bushes. Weed in paper bags is rough. The material in plastic has been prepared for smoking. Near Pol- ak's arm are cigaret makings. {Tele- graphoto-Harigan) City-To Pay For 4 Landiil "Plots By CLAUDETTE DUROCHER A resolritlon to assess our-iparcels 'In the ;Four' -Hills IreV fora Banitary landfill site recommended for approval aldermanic finance .com- mittee.; i K- And "with: Mayor Dennis J. iuflivan the .only dissenter, the has recommended passage' of; a- measure to aii- horize the transfer, of rom city surplus to cover a deficiency.In the library book wrchase account .The committee 'voted Its rec- ommendations at a meeting last night with Suffivan presiding. Attending were Aldermen at- Large Francis LaFlamme, Ber- trand- J. Bouchard, :Donald R. Hardy and, Maurice L. Bouch' damages for the taking of ard Absent were Aldermen at- Council Is Asked To OK Road Study Large Maunce L Are! and John- V. Cbesson. Sitting in were, City Treasurer Irving J. Gallant; and Finance Officer John H. Buck. Return For Vote Both the .land damage and library.transfer resolutions will return to the Board. of Alder- men for a final vote Sept. 23. Funds to defray the damage' award will be taken from the JJ40.0M supplemental bond Issue approved by the al- dermen last week for the. pur- chase aod development of the Four.' Hills i sanitary 'landfill .rea. A sum .of was allo- cated for purchase and develo> ment of the long-term landfill CONCORD, N. H. nal approval of a feasibility study of a highway across southern New Hampshire Is be- ing asked of the state.Execu- tive Council. The 1969 Legislature ap- proved the study of whether it's economically feasible to build road from Hampton to Keene, generally along Route 101. The proposal was part of the pro- posal of House Speaker Mar- shall Cpbleigh, R-Nashua. Public Works Commissioner Robert Whltaker is asking the council permission to hire Wil bur Smith and' Associates of New Haven, Conn, for the proj- ect at a price of When the council and Gov. Walter Peterson meet Wednes- day, they will also take op a request that Frederick Nader of Arlington, Mass., be hired as deputy director of the Gover- nor's Commission on Crime and Delinquency at a year. Also on the agenda Is Per- sonnel Director Roy Lang's recommendation to re-evaluate he pay scales of social work- ers. Another request asks appoint- ment of Dr. Warren Bums as deputy superintendent of the Laconia State School He re- cently resigned as superintend- nt of Slate Hospital In Concord. In other matters before the council, Comptroller Leonard Hill and Gov. Peterson's legal aide, Warren Rudman of Nash- ua, have drawn up a proposal to purchase the Post Of- fice building in Concord. According to the agenda item, New Hampshire would of- fer the federal government for the structure. The legislature authorized money to buy the building, which currently houses the Citi- zens Task Force. "At this time, the state rents the building at a month. Council approval of more than in aid'to cultural endeavors was sought by the New Hampshire Commission on the Arts. Executive Director John V. McKenna asled permission to allocate to the ter Institute of Arts and Sci ences; to the New Hamp- shire Music Festival; to the New Hampshire Arts Asso- ciation; to the Theater by the Sea; to the Nashua Arts and Sciences Center and to Beginners Showcase. In the area-of construction approval, the council was asked to authorize a contract with the Palazri Corp. of Hook- sett to build 1.2 miles of con- crete pavement In Merrimack. 51SHTM-8 ONTT FAOTOBT ACTBOMZED DEALER SKI-DOO Skt-Doo SotU Boots Trailers Sleds Accessories i Parts Nashua Auto Co. Outdoor Recreation Center 282 Haln Street, Nashua, N. H, '69 CARS fc TRUCKS. Daily Rentals as low as per day Call Teri 888-1121 ;MacMulkin Chevrolet site a year ago. Combined with the supple- mental bond expenditures earmarked for the 300-acre fa- cility now total Unable, to Agree The site comprises 14 in- dividually-owned parcels'and the four damage awards listed In the resolution will be tendered to land owners with which the" city has been unable to come to terms through ne- gotiations. Owners whose land is to be taken under eminent domain and the amounts to them Include: Samuel A. TamposI, Gerald Q. Nash, Lionel Forest, Carl and Isabel Livingston, 70 acres, Tamposi, Nash and Forest, an old railroad bed measur- ing about six acres, Lizzie R. Swart Heirs and Charles A. Roby Heirs, 39 acres, Lt-D Realty. Co., Inc., Mer- chants Savings Bank and Sam- uel G. Camann, trustee, H acres, If the owners refuse the amounts tendered them, the matter will be brought to Su- perior Court for a decision. .There was no discussion on the damage assessment resolu- tion before it was-re com mend- ed for passage. The first sum appropriated for purchase of the Four Hills area was based on estimates of land costs which proved low when appraisals were actually made. The John L. Hyde-ap- praisal firm of Concord ap- praised the properties for the city. Sullivan has also said that the city has acquired more baaf than it originally so.lt would have access to thV landfill facility from different points The site was originally estimated. to cover. about-2SJ acres. Represent Library Appearing before the finance committee on behalf of the li- brary department were Frank B Clancy, chairman of the li- brary trustees, and Gty Libra- rian Joseph G.: Sakey. For the library trustees lad asked for, for the book purchase account, an in- crease of In setting the budget, how- ever, Sullivan5 allowed 'onI j or more than ap: propriafed In 1968. The library now seeks to transfer from aty sur- plus Otherwise, Sakey said, the library will'be forced to ha'tf all book purchases.during (lie" months of October, .November and December. Sulliran maintained. that (he library should hold the line and if the was needed 'it should be taken-from" either of two trust funds, set up cifically for purchase of library books.' The accumulated interest' id the Harris and Hussey 'funds, Gallant'said, now amounts'to Clancy objected lo tapping the legacies for the He said these trust fund! were willed with the intent that they be used for purposes other !han normally expected to.be borne "by Mr. Taxpayer." Break 'Faith j If the funds are used for or- dinary budgeting purposes, FUEL OIL SAVE MORE With 465-2267 PLOTS Page! Guard Ends Active Duty: CONCORD, N.H. (AP) the Jrd Battalion IJTth the New Hampshire National Guird was to be released from active duty today. Ceremonies were planned at he stole Military Reservation lere.' T'. The outfit of about 509 men was federalized and spent one year in Vietnam., V It returned home recently with seven of its members dead n Vietnam. Five of them, all from Man- chester, were killed in i mine explosion more than two ago. Another-guardsman perished In battle and one died from non-combat causes. The control of .the battaHort will revert to the state Wednes- day.   

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