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   Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 27, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire                                Today's Chuckle Many a small boy Is the kind of a kid his'mother tells Wjn not-to play with. New Hampshire's Lqrgtst Evening Newspaper... C J E Weather i. Cloudy Tonight Little Change Sunday VOL 101 NO. 177 Continuing die New Hampshire Telegraph Ertiblisbed October M, 1831 NASHUA, NEW HAMPSHIRE, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1969 Second Class Postage Piid 20 PAGES Price TEN CENTS Senator McGovemf Young Democrats Swap Information By MARSHA CLEMENT Sen. George S.'McGovern (D- S.D.) is looking for information from the younger-members of his party, and Young Democrats from 17 states are seeling in- formation from the senator. This mutual exchange of-in- formation is the most important feature of Confer- ence of Ihe Young Democratic Clubs of America which opened in Nashua this morning at the "88." Delegates began 'arriving in (own last night for the biennial meeting of the Democratic par- ty's top young leaders.: in the Northeast. When the registration desk in the lower lobby of the Thunderbird opened at 9 this morning, there were about 200 persons receiving their delegate packets. Discuss Reforms, Registration chairman Joni Salvas of Manchester says that the attendance will more than double by the time McGovern addresses the '.'Gold Ticket Ban- quet" tonight. She added that a major influx is expected early this afternoon when Senator Mc- Govern and Sen.-Thqmas J.-Mc- Intyre of Laconia attend a hear- ing on party reform, .which .is open to anyone who cares to testify. -The Northeast region com- prises the six New Engla n d states, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Dela- ware and the District of Colum- bia, all of which have delegates in Nashua today. Representa- tives from Kansas, Iowa, Ne- braska, Oklahoma, Illinois and South Carolina are expected as well. Senator Mclntyre met in a closed session -with Ihe dele- gates late this morning, during which he reportedly opened hmself to any subject. Mclntyre met Senator McGovern at the airport, and accompanied him to a press conference, which preceded the party re- form hearing. Speaking at the opening ses- sion was David Hoeh of Hano- ver, the 1968 canpaign chair- man in New Hampshire for Sen. Eugenevl. McCarthy. Koch's re- marks centered around the ''New Politics" theme, with em- phasis on the role young people play in presidential elections. N. H. House Minority Leader Robert Raiche of Manchester DEMOCRATS Page: They Came Here Froni Afar Registering for the Northeast Conference' of the Young Democratic Clubs of America at the Thunderbird "88" this weekend are Donald Hamil- ton of Oklahoma City, Okia., former general counsel for Young Democratic Clulas, and Peter Yessella" of candidate' for: president. .The registrars Janet Kelly "Salem arid J. Grandmaison of Nashua, president of: the N.H. Young Democrats.'V- day 24 Democrati To Aid Student War Protest By WALTER R. HEARS WASHINGTON (AP) Two dozen Democrats in Congress are preparing to ally them selves with students in escalat ing the kind of Vietnam policj dissent which has drawn Presi- dent Nixon's rebuke. Twelve senators and 12 House members have agreed in gener- al terms to support the plans ol students for an Oct. 15 boycott of classes to protest the war. The congressional dissenters agreed Friday that.on Oct. 8, one week before Jhe student pro- test, they, will propose a 'resolu- tion seeking U.S.. .withdrawal from Vietnam. One participant said the lution would not set a flat dead- line, but would advocate a sys- tematic pullout. Draft Proposals Sens. Frank Church of Idaho and George S. McGovern of South Dakota, and Reps. John Brademas of Indiana 'ris K. Udall of Arizona are to! draft the proposals. An effort also is planned to get as many, senators as possi ble onto speaking platforms Oct 15. One senator said that woul  be withdrawn by fttt end of 1970. The.first round of U.S. troop withdrawals, men, was completed last August. The sec- ond, which will: number troops and be completed by Dec.' 15, began six days ago. The- current pullout, ordered Sept. 15, will cut the authorized ceiling of U.S. troops in Viet-. narn Meanwhile'the Command Green jieref Details Revealed Army Names Trigger Man Lunar Samples Put on Display By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Lunar soil samples brough back by Apollo ll's moonlanc ers went on.display at two uru versities on opposite sides of th nation Friday as scientists pre- pared attempts to unlock anj secrets they may hold. At the University of California In Berkeley, some person crowded into the Lawrence Hall of Science to look at a gray black rock two inches long am weighing some 254 ounces. In New Haven, Conn.', Prof Brian J. Skinner, chairman o Yale University's Geology an; Geophysics Department dis played vials of moon dust aix said scientists already know i contains some unidentified com pounds. TONIGHT IN THETELEGRAPH Obituaries Social Sports Suburban Teen Television Abby Anderson 4 Church' 5 Classifieds Comics 14, 15 Crossword Editorial Financial Horoscope Lawrence 4lDr. Thos 11 6 12 7 16 Thosteson 7 Weather Women's Page PIZZA by Charles Famous thruout New England 147 W. PEARL ST. Finest in Pizzas Grinders (all varieties) Regular ,90c PLAIN PIZZA TUESDAY ONLY r Telephone 88V-4542 Open 11 A.M. to 2 A.M. Man. tSru Sal. 3 P.M. fo Micfnifa Bells Peal Night Starting United Pund Drive Bells will be ringing here to- morrow night at-6 signaling the fcickoff for the Greater Nashua- Hudson United Fund campaign. James Teeple, chairman of the annual drive said a goal of would provide health and character building services for 12 privately operated, non profit member agencies.- The-agencies and their shares of funds American Red Goss, Nashua Chapter, Boy Scouts Junta in Bolivia Holds U.S. Firm LA PAZ, Bolivia (AP) In its first official act, Bolivia's new military junta canceled a law under which a U.S.-ownec oil company has been operating. Gen. Alfredo Ovando Candia, who seized power Friday from President Adolfo Siles Salinas, met with his new cabinet for ihrce hours and then announced the annulment of the ration's petroleum code. The code grant ed Bolivian Gulf Oil Co. owner ihip of oil resources, and set up a plan of profit-sharing with the state. Ovando said the legislation was drafted by a New York law Irra and was prejudicial to Bo- livian interests and "a restric- ion on the income the state should receive from profits and royalties." He said the future of the com- pany, a subsidiary of Gulf Oil Corp., had not been decided. H did not rule out the possibility o nationalizing the firm's proper ties, but said "those are details that will be studied later Under the petroleum code 33.5 per cent of Bolivian Gulf, profits and II per cent of. its wellhead production went to the government. Company spokes men said Gulf Oil invested about million in Bolivian oi production from 1957 to 1968. Ovando said in a message (o the peasants that his govern raent would "make more pro- found the Bolivian land reform1 of And he issued a stale- Kent pledging to secure nation al sovereignty.over the sources of production, improve the al- ready nationalized mining in- dustry, promote heavy industry, establish i nationalistic eco- nomic policy, and protect wort rights. NASHUA TRUST has happily been paying daily interest on 5% Time Deposit accounts since 1967. MEMBER F.D.I.C. Daniel Council, J23.000; Community Council, Fresh-'Air Camp, J13.750; Girl Scoufs, Merrima ck Hirer 'Council, Good Cheer Visiting Nurse Service, Memorial Hos- pital, St Joseph's Hospi- (al, Salvation 000; USO YMCA' and-YWCA, Several special gifts and. cor-, porate and employes giving re- ports' have been turned in al- with results.'- most encouraging Campaign programs will be dis- played on two large signs at the corner of Temple and Main Streets beginning Monday. Cam- paigners are expected to turn in report envelopes each Monday HI October, and volunteer auditors will open and check the contents of them each Monday evening. The campaign is to conclude with a victory report Oct. 29. This year's campaign slogan is Think Twice. Help 12 ways with row fair share. Teeple suggests hat with substantial increases in Mrticipation, and with more giv- ng the suggested level one Jour's pay per month through the. employe's payroll deduction plan bur United Fund can ccepf more local agencies ,as icnefiting members. This would nean more services for those in the area as well as a reduction n the number of separate appeals or operating funds ly agencies. CALIFORNIA HOUSE PAIN! SALE S H Green Stamps Nashua Wallpaper Co. W. Pearl SL 882-9491 Mon. thru Sat. Open Thurs. 'til SAIGON The' Army disclosed more details of its murder'and conspiracy case against six .Green'Beret officers naming a 27-yearcTd.in- telligence specialist as gef man in the execution of a reported Vietnamese spy. Against strong objections From defense, attorneys that it would prejudice the case, mili- :ary officials made public the charges in which all'six men are accused of plotting and car- rying out the slaying last June 20. The documents named Capt. Robert" Francis Marasco, 27, of Blpomfield, N.J., as the man who fired the pistol shot that killed Thai Khac Chuyen after it was discovered that he was a double agent working for the North Vietnamese as well as for the Americans. The three top-ranking officers in the Robert B. Rheaull, 43, of Vineyard Haven, Mass., former commander of .he Special Forces troops n Vietnam, and Majors Thomas C. Middleton Jr., 29, of Jeffer- son, S.C. and David E. Crew, 33. accused of the murder even though the. charges said they did riot have a part-in the actual Court-Martial Set .Their trial awaits the outcome of the general court-martial, now scheduled for Oct. 20, in which Marasco and Capts. Le- land J. Brumley, 27, of Duncan, Okla., and Budge E. Williams, 27, of Athens, Ga., face similar charges. No charge sheets were issued for CW02 Edward M. Boyle of New York City, or Sgt. 1C Alvin L. Fla. sources, the two; have been declared im- mine from the'.original charges so that they may testify against the six .officers. If they don't they face possible five-year jail terms. Boyle, however, was named in the accusations against the oth- part in the incident being that "in.order to effect the object of the conspiracy." City Gets Million Officials of Coca-Cola and the American Can Co. have broken ground on a tract off the Milford load, {Route for a J3 mil- ion can-making plant. parcel is adjacent to the two-year-old canning plant oper ated by the canning firm for Co- ca-Cola Bottlers, Inc., a subsi- liary of the Coca-Cola Company. The new building will be own K by Coca-Cola .USA and will con ain American Can Company's owned and operated canmakmg lines which wfl] produce tin-free- teel "Super MiraSeam" beverage ans to supply the adjacent can- ning plant Stop Smoking And Lose Weighf "How To Stop Smoking and Lose Weight" is the title and subject of a special series beginning in this newspaper on Monday. Don't miss a sin- gle article (14) if you want (o shed pounds and cigarettes at the some time. This medi- cally approved program will be made available in a 112- page book exclusively through Ms newspaper. See details on Page J. '69 Chevrolets CARS TRUCKS Daily Rentals as low as per day Call Teri 888-1121 MacMuJktn Chevrolet. Among city officials attending the ceremony were Mayor Dennis J. Sullivan, John V. Chesson, an alderman-at-large, arjd president of (he Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce and Maurice L. AreL president of the Board of Aldermen. Under this program, known as MiraSystem, Coca-Cola USA will own and contract to build the new facility. American Can Company will install 'and operate the can- making lines. The cans will be used by .Canners for Coca-Cola Bottlers Inc. Construction of the new facility is expected to be completed in February, with production by the summer of 1970. The operation wfll employ up to 75 people at peak output. William S. Woodade, senior vice president, packaging of American -an, said at the ceremony tha the Nashua MiraSystem progra marks the first such program signed with a cartonafed bever age.producer. He said, "I am delighted tha "he Coca-Cola Company was America's first carbonated bever age customer to sign up for Mira noting that the signing was merely the latest step in long, friendly relationship tween the two companies. be- KASHCA'S OXLT FACTOST AUTHORIZED DEALER SKI-DOO SM-Doo Suit] Boots Trailers It Sleds Accessories Parts Nashua Auto Co. Outdoor Recreation Center K2 Main Street, iVishua, N. H. New Facility Planned Ground is broken for construction of a S3 mfllicn can-making plant on the Milford Road. The group, 1 to r, includes William S. Woodside, senior vice president, packaging, American Can Company; Mayor Dennis J. Sullivan, and John Mount, vice president and director of purchasing, Coca-Cola USA. PARK FREE SHOP SATURDAYS All Day In Downtown Nashua close to 300 businesses to choose from FUEL OIL SAVK MORE With IORDEN OIL CO. INC. SERViX'O SASHHA AND SUEEOtTXDIXG TOW.NS 465-2267   

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