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   Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 29, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire                                Today V Chuckle There are days when the only thing that comes off on schedule Is the button on your collar. Weather Scattered Frost Tonight Fair, Cool Tuesday New Hampshire's Largest Evening Newspaper... VOL 101 NO. 178 Continuing New Telegraph Established October 183J NASHUA. NEW HAMPSHIRE, MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 29. 1969 Second Class Postage Paid, At Nashua, N. a 24 PAGES Price TEN CENTS Violence Sweeps Ulster By ANDREW TORCHIA BELFAST, Northern Ireland (AP) British commandos landed in Northern Ireland today to reinforce troops try- ing to stem a new wave of firebombings and street battles between Roman Catholics and Protestants. More Expected One hundred Royal Marine of a force cit- ed during the Korean war for fi jilting its way to a surrounded U.S. Marine from their, base in England shortly afler midnight. Another 500 were due later today. Belfast streets, still littered from weekend fighting in which 15 persons were injured, blazed anew with firebombs that set a bus and store alight. The Royal Ulster Constabulary arrested two men in connection with the arson. A British army spokesman said: -'The whole area is bub- bling with tension." Catholic districts in Belfast, where street barricades came down earlier (his month after army guarantees of safety, were blocked again following the weekend violence. Residents threw up at least two dozen bar- ricades. On Sunday night, mobs hurled rocks and bottles at British sol- diers setting up roadblocks. Troops fired tear gas to clear the crowd. Brandt Mounts Drive To Oust Kiesinger Party Big Billy Jones, sotr of Mr. and Mrs. George Jones -of Reeds Ferry, em- braces a weighty problem in the form of a 45-pound chiffon squash which he is inspecting at the Colby Brothers Farni in LitcHfield. The squashes next Load for a Little Fella to Billy are blue hubbards that won a blue ribbon at the Hillsborough Coun- ty Fair in New Boston. The chiffons will be packaged for cooking and the blue hubbards will end up in factory- made squash pies. By OTTO DOELLING BONN (AP) Foreign Minister Willy Brandt, whose" Social Democrats 'showed the only gains in .West Germany's .federal j elections Sunday, notified its parliament today he will try to form a new coalition government and seek elec- tion as chancellor. I Seeks Top Post a statement into account the results of the Bundestag election, in connection with the particularly controversial ques- tions of the election campaign, I intend to seek the approval of the majority.of the Bundestag for my election as federal chan- cellor." At the same time, the Social Democrats notified federal President Gustav Heinemanh they would try to form a. coali- Brandt issued "Taking King-Sized Howard Johnson's? Capitol Extension Disputed The Senate is considering a House-passed measure to pro- vide planning money for a mas sive extension of the Capitol that would bury the Approval of the planning funds would virtually assure ex- tension. The central west facade would be extended up (o 88 feet, treat ing 4J4 'acres of new space lor visitor cen- ters, meeting rooms and numer- ous private offices for congress- men. Accuses Proponents Sen. Stephen Young, D-Ohio, has accused the expension pro- ponents, led by House Speaker John W. McCormack, D-Mass., and Capitol Architect J. George Stewart, of trying to "make the When the east front was ex- tended a decade ago, the sculp- tured panel above the central portico carved by Luigi Persico on a design by President John Quincy Adams was lost to the Capitol. Also carted off were two decayed statues of War and Peace by Persico as well as a number of columns. Everything else was covered over by the new walls, except for a couple of window casings which were allowed to show VS.. CAPITOL tion government with the small Free Democratic break- ing their present alliance with Chancellor Kurt George Kiesin ger's Christian Democrats. If they are successful and Brandt succeeds Kiesin ger, it would be the first German gov- ernment in 39 years to be head- ed' by the Social Democratic party. The Social Democratic party (SPD) won 42.7 per cent of; the gain'of 3.4 per'cent since the 1K5 elections. !The Christian .Democrats1 (CDU) won 48.1 per loss of 1.5 per cent, and not enough for them to rule alone. The biggest loser was Walter Scheel's Free Democratic party which captured 5.8 per cent of the vote compared to 9.5 per cent in the last elections'. The Free. .now have .30'seats in: the.-.49fseat Bundestag house .if parliament. If'Scheel agrees 10 form a coalition with -Brandt, the two parties could outvote the Christian-Democrats 254 to 242 In the Bundestag.- It chooses the next chancellor. Brandt said, "The'Christian Democrats did not win but lost a coalition between' the Christian Democrats, and the Free Democrats would be a coa- lition' of losers. This 'wduld' nol correspond with the results." Kiesinger declared himsell satisfied with the outcome, but declined comment on coalition Page 1 possibilities. Bankers Hear McNamarai Describe World By JOHN M. PEARCE WASHINGTON (AP) World Bank President Robert S. Mc- Namara today told of grim, worsening conditions in the un- derfed, undereducated and over- of By GENE KRAMER PRAGUE (AF) A s closest aides in trie isws reform "era from January into a king-sired Howard vi uit nvt.M ai said only a broad program purge that swept reformer Alexander Dubcek and his supporters from Communist parly and ;overnment leadership spread oday throughout Aug. 22 Soviet invasion, was removed as vice president of the National Assembly. A purge list showed that 29 men who backed Dubcek while he ran the country have left original Capitol was designed by Dr. William Thornton, a Virgin Island-born Philadelphia physician who was selected by George as well as money ca lelp. "What we and what must Is a more effecth overall development strategy McNamara told the governoi Reports reached Prague was built principally b} Of four major international new regional Czechoslovak MWS Hoban, the Irish and development orgai eastern Slovakia to CTK said party chief who constructed the gathered here for thei ern Bohemia in the told a plenary meeting and also designed joint meeting. party and in the National Front, f hlch controls Central Committee last Thursday that new the White House; Benjamin Latrobe, who added a of the bank and i affiliates, the International D outside the will be issued and that wing and restored the Association and th plenary session will after the British burned it Promises Soakeup Czechoslovakia's such a and Charles Bulfinch losses, toeing the the ouster of who put up the L Jne, had promised a the. Presidium, and larty shakeup of "social Premier Oldrich of the historic work IvVJW Ci I :ations, slate and economic the only ranking officials sacrificed In previous wfls fsroilisr cround fi paratus, science and culture" from the reform George S. McGovern. H tnc purges ounosy. President Ludvik Svoboda said a new government would be announced today. Nine been asked many of tl questions many times, and r knew the answers. But still the South Dakot let members were thrown Dr had their jobs abolished. -Dubcek, 47, the former Communist party boss and still World spotrc wiln convictK when he replied to newsmen questions at a press conferenc in the Thunderbird 88 on Sa lopular was ousted from uling Presidium and removed is president of the National Assembly. But he retained his seat m the party's Centra! (AP) The three Americans who went "in peace for all mankind" to the moon embark today on a world tour to promote good will on itinerary does with the exception of Yugoslavia-take them to Communist "controlled nations or to the warring countries of the Middle East, There were questions on Vie nam: "There is nothing io my jud men{ that can be served b Josef Smrkovsky, one of personal greetings to foreign heads of stale they have scheduled stops in Iran and this war another on two or three years...! thin TONIGHT Nixon, Apollo 11 as-Ironauts Neil Armstrong, addition to replicas of the moon landing jlaque, the uoooell is on sour ground calling for withdraw; THE TELEGRAPH H Lawrence Aldrin Jr. and Michael Collins are scheduled to visit 22 will present heads of state with metal discs bearing forces..." And on the future of Sen. EC 4 Obituaries in 33 reduced :o the M. Kennedy: Biossat 13 Reston 1J Sassifieds Social 15 20. 21, 22, 23 Sports 16. 17 :omics 18 Suburban 8. 9 >ok 4 Taylor 4 iossword 19 Television 18 Editorial 4 Theaters will present to each country a rejlica of the moon landing plaque bearing the inscription "We came in peace for all mankind" and signed by each astronaut and the a from 73 nations wishing the Apollo 11 mission success. The original also was left on the moon. No samples of lunar material gathered by Armstrong and think Senator Kenned meant it when he took himse out of it for 1572. ..I take hir at face value...! don't expec him to be a candidate, neithe do I think his political caree Inanclal 6 Dr. Thosteson 15 loroscope 18 Weather The astronauts, scheduled will be taken on the (our, National Aeronautics and Space Administration officials OV6T. And on hunger in America: "If we can't end hunger an PIZZA by Houston today for the first slop In Mexico Cily, will be telephoned Armstrong at his Seabrook, Tex., in the Unite Slates we aren't going to solv Famous thruout New England 147 W. PEARL by their wives. The three are the first astronauts to undertake a world to wish him and the others luck on the trip. The President invited the astronauts social problems... The: are malnourished people in Nei Hampshire as there are in al Finest in Pizzas behalf of the United Stales and the first three-man wives to dinner at the While House on the day they states." And on student unrest: (all space 'team to go home, Nov. heart goes out to thos Regular 90c Dl rLAIIN TRUST has h a p p i 1 PAINT TUESDAY paying daily interest on II Green Stamps ONLY wr Telephone Deposit accounts since Wallpaper Co. Open II A.M. to 2 W. Pearl St. Men. thru thru Sat. Sundays 3 P.M. to Thurs, 'til t International Finance Corpora- tion, plus the International Mon- etary Fund, began five days.of hard shop talk. McNamara, the former U.S. secretary of defense completing his first full year as head of the Washington-based bank, said his findings on recent trips to Latin America, Asia and Africa. con- firmed the new course he chart- ed last year. "Everything I saw supported our decision in the bank to give a new emphasis to population planning, educational advance and agricultural he aid. But he said he'also found that, fhile solving those problems is fundamental, "no such strategy will be complete unless it pro- vides for an attack on the inter- related problems' of unemploy- ment, urbanization and industri- alization." McNamara has in the past put heavy emphasis on solving the problem of too-rapid population and ;today called it "the greatest single obstacle to the economic: and social ad- vancement of the majority of peoples in the underdeveloped world." The bank has set up a "-new Population Projects Depart- ment, which McNamara said al- ready has found that immediate.: need Is less' BANKERS Page 1 Neither Brandt nor Kiesinger completely ruled out the possi- aility of renewing their, present partnership, although Brandt fa- fdrs the coalition with the Free Democrats. Formal coalition talks were nol expected to begin before Tuesday. The present govern- ment stays in office until Octi 19. The cabinet meets today to decide whether currency ex- changes will be open. They were closed in the last days of. the campaign when.upward reval- uation of the mark became an isue between the Christian Democrats and the Social Dem- ocrats Whjle a record number of vot- ers'did not give any party a clear "mandate to rule, they did decisively reject the ultra-right- is t National Democratic: party, which some critics have' called neo-Nazi; Voting Chancellor Kurt Keising- er and his wife Marieluise, prepare to cast their bal- lots to the West German election. U.S. Seized Lists Hanoi's Goals SAIGON (AP) -The U.S. Command has a captured ene- my, document stating that Ha- noi's-goals' are to inflict heavy American, casualties'to preve'ni de-escalation of the Vietnam war while the United States is in position of officia today. "The Informants said the docu- ment was captured north of Sai gon Sept. 5 and outlines a pro- implementing the Command's battle ;ram -for Communist Jans.: However, the disclosure was coupled with an announcement hat enemy actiyity had dropped to its lowest level in Jaigbn and 11 surrounding prov- nces since the week ending last July 25. One source said: "The ene- my's intentions remain obscure and his immediate goals are un- clear. There has been no evi- dence of a large-scale effort ilanned for the immediate fu- tnre. The captured document said leavy American losses in past campaigns had forced the Unit-. ed States to halt the bombing of North Vietnam and to withdraw troops during the past summer. Notes Successes It emphasized what it termed Viet Cong .and North Viet- namese' diplomatic successes compelling the United States la light passively and negotiate at .he same time in Paris. 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