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   Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 2, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire                                Today's Chuckle A taxpayer recently la-' mented: "I owe the govern- ment so much money they don't know whether to throw me in jail or recognize me as a foreign power." New Hampshire's Largest Evening Newspaper. Showers Ljkely TpnightN Cloudy, Warmer VOL 101 NO. 181 Continuing New Hunpshiw Established October JO. 18JJ NX5HUA, NEW HAMPSHIRE, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1969'. Second Class Postage Paid At Nashua. N. a 22 PAGES prie. TEN Carter To Donate If City Matches Li Nashua Inventor and Patent Robert W. Cotterman, of 18 Whea- ton Drive, displays the plans and patent for the device he inventecLthat detects early radio signals from nu- clear explosions. The device has been supplied to defense agencies, and one. is installed at the White House. (Telegraphoto-Shalhoup) Device Lifts Signals From. Nuclear Blasts By MICHELE BUJOID A Nashua man has joined the ranks of the illustrious group that boasts Edison, Bell, Mar- cord and the Wright Brothers among its members Inven- tors. His invention, however, is strictly geared to the 20th Cen- tury and beyond. Robert W. Cotterman, of 18 Wheaton Drive, has invented a device that detects early radio signals from nuclear explosions. Controls linked to such a de- tector may be used to clos doors in Installations or to oper ale remote alarms before dan age is caused by (he shoe wave. A number of detectors ha been supplied to defense a gen cies and military contractors and some are in use.: One ha been installed.in..the Whit House. Cotterman has been Issued Part of California By JAMES D. WHITE SANTA ROSA, Calif. (AP) The strongest Northern Califor nia' earthquakes in 12 years ruined two houses in Santa Rosa Wednesday night, knocked ou electrical power, broke gas an f a request to design a system for Atlas and Titan missile he says. Cotterman notes that the irj- ial idea for the detector was us own, but that he had a tel ow worker, Warren Wright, as- sisting him on the research end of THE FOLLOWING STORES WILL BE OPEN THURSDAY FRIDAY 'TIL 9 P.M. FREE PARKING FRIDAY NIGHT AND ALL DAY SATURDAY AVARD'S BERGERON'S CARTER'S MEN'S SHOP ELIAS INTERIORS ENTERPRISE DEFT. STORE ISIDORE'S HAIR STYLING JORDAN'S LUGGAGE SHOP LYNCH'S MEN'S BOYS' STORE MILLER'S P.E. FLETCHER, CORP. SEARS ROEBUCK 20th CENTURY 'High St. Mkt By CLAUDETTE DUROCHER If the city would agree 'to. have or to make avail able a like amount or a rea sonably larger amourr shouH contigencies retired industrialist Eliot A. Carter stands ready to do nate another for construction of a new cen tral library. This second donation, if accepted, would boost his total contribution for the library to the million mark. Donated In 196S A year ago, Carter donated fSOO.OOO to bufld the library after the city matched the gift with a construction appropria- tion and allocated another 000 to be used exclusively (or im- provement of the street pattern in'the' Park-Court Street area where the library is to be bunt Carter announced his latest of- fer at a meeting of the joint alder- manic trustees library building committee yesterday afternoon. His offer came after the firm of Carter and Woodruff, architect for the library project reported that or more Jian the joint committee has on land would be required "to build a new library facility that would meet the needs of today and the next W years." Architect John A. Carter, re- jorting on extensive drawings and >lans made for the building, said hat gross square is essential if the library is to be >Ianned for the future. Current inflationary "costs, he said, are a major factor in the increased cost figures. The joint building committee, composed of the seven library trustees' and seven aldermen, has about on hand la-build the J. suiuvan ana juaermamc President Maurice L. saia w cause of inflation, have inert tsed According to James involved in the a fantastic pace in recent an architect with Carter Sullivan said, "way be V. Woodruff, an additional in their intent but are aWermanic president said will be required by very considerate of has become more aware of 1971, "if the joint committee problems" to be created of recent interviews to build an adequate library." Attends the hbrary and an arts and science center on Court in for selection ol-an architect for a new high Eliot Carter, 82, attended the meeting and stated that he will cause to be presented to the mayor and the aMermanic board at their Oct. 14 meeting a definite offer to give the city in January, 1971, in such form and in a manner as he deems traffic improvements are under study by the traffic committee. The committee has delayed action on the plans until a representative from the Department of Housing and Urban Development tours the proposed construction costs if an annual rate of 12 to cent, Are] said, it is easy loTyn-derstabd why the million con struction" costs estimated library when it was proposed in 1966 have he added, the other site to determine if. factor .in the cpnstructioi) Ke stipulated, however, funds can be is tflat uie oty must .ptaj) the city would be required its tne future. hare to make available a requested the would be "extremely short- amount or a reasonably looking over several of the city to build idf. amount should contigencies the realignment of the immediate future, he siii In addition to the A. in the rily, he said, "must pUrj'not ceived from Carter and the area and protesting for the year but alsA 000 construction supplement, is under the costs for the the year Z.069." propriated by the city, a of the on Carter's think Mr. Carter's of about was Street beautificatico said be felt the generous Are! ejoJK rom the Federal government make sure it knows "We should carefully, defray the proposed library project is headed the situation and Expenditure, of the proposal drew it commits itself to proceed to accept the of- street pattern improvements today from Mayor Republicans Join Opposition Haynsworth Loses Supper! J i A H. L. SCHWARTZ III WASHINGTON' CAP) sources indicated that Senate Republican or deny the report. The spokesman said Griffin than 10, or enough 'of V rend so the vote could be yerjj dent Nixon has come' under mounting pressure from his own party in the Senate, reportedly including the 'GOP's No. 2 eader, to pull back his nomination of Judge Clement" F. Hayis-worth to the P. Griffin suggested to the 'President daring his Tuesday m'eetingiwita' GOP congressional .leaders that Hayni-worth's- name down. -spokesman for, Griffin 'del dined iWedaSsday to any conversation he hac with the President as strictly confidential. Griffin spearheaded the successful fight last year against President Johnson's attempt to appoint Abe Fortas chief It was understood that acted without consulting." Senate Republican leadership, and had hoped to jar leagues, who have been privjifej ly critical, into taking a pnblia GOP Bid for a Moratorium j On Viet Spurs Mew Debate JL By WALTER R. MEARS WASHINGTON (AP) The Republican bid for a morato- rium on Vietnam policy dissent in Congress has stirred new ar- gument about President Nixon's GOP leaders still insist there should be a letup "In criticism. 'It's just-a question; of ;niak ing a. case for the importance o supporting the par ticularly at this said Sen Robert- P. Griffin of Michigan, DEVICE Page! Plans Million Expansion Planning Board pproved plans for a million-dol- ar expansion of Hudson Mflls, lo- cated in Clement Industrial Park, t their bi-monthly meeting lasl night Hudson Hills is a subsidiary of Maiden Mills, Maiden, Mass. Sel- ctman Stanley Alukonis said thai ie expansion of "well over a mil- on dollars" wfll double the size the existing establishment Three representatives of the company, at the meeting declined o furnish more details on the ex- pansion. The firm manufactures artificial fur. FUEL OIL SAVE MORE With IORDEN OIL CO. INC. SEBVIXO KASHDA AND SUBBOCXDISO TOWSS 465-2267 CALIFORNIA HOUSE PAINT SALE S Green Stamps Nashua Wallpaper Co. W. Pearl St Mon. thru Sat 'til 9 Good to Be Home Col. Robert B. Rheault, 43 of Vineyard Haven, Mass., runs along ramp at Logan International Airport with his wife Caroline, and daughter Susanne, after he arrived in Boston. Rheault, former commander of the Green Berets in Vietnam was one of eight freed of charges that they mur- dered an alleged Vietnamese double agent. (AP Wirephoto) TAX PREPARATION Federal and Slate FRED ACKLEY Public Accountant 883-3912 PARK FREE SHOP SATURDAYS All Day In Downtown Nashua close to 300 businesses to choose from NASHUA TRUST has h a p p i I y paying daily interest on 5% Time Deposit accounts since 1967. r.D.t.c. the Republican whip', pointing the change of. government i North Vietnam. Senate Democrats have n jected such pleas, and Sen. Eu gene J. McCarthy of Minnesot planned to speak out today support, of. student plans fo campus war protests Oct. 15. Simmers In House While Democrats and Repub jeans are locked in bitter de jate in the Senate, the !ssu also is simmering in the House Five House Republicans sal oday they would go ahead wit plans to seek a Dec. ex >iration date for the Gulf Tonkin resolution that author zed military intervention fietnam. Reps. Donald W. Rigle o Michigan, Pete McCloskey o California, Gilbert Gude o Haryland, Charles A. Mosher o )hio and Daniel Button of New fork sent out a letter biddin or support from other Hous members. They denied the! >roposal undercuts Presides iixon's policy on Vietnam. Senate debate on Vietnam lared in the wake of a p ropes a by Sen. Charles E. Goodell, R f.Y., for a.Dec. 1, 1970, dead ine on U.S. withdrawal. Repub ican leaders responded by cali ng for a moratorium on sue >roposals and dissent But war critics, particularly Jemocrats who parted company with former President Lyndon 5. Johnson over Vietnam weren't swayed by the GOP this resulted in a bitter debate Wednesday. "As a Democrat who opposes the policy of my own Presiden when Mr. Johnson was in the White House, I certainly don' intend to lie down now that Mr Nixon Is" in the White said Sen. Frank Church of Ida ho. Sen. "John William Fulbright D-Ark., said Nixon has made only token gestures toward dis- engagement in Vietnam. 'It's no token to those retorted Republican Leader Hugh Scott. "You can call people tokens if you want." "Rather than a moratorium on criticism, which kills no one, we who criticize the war seek, Instead, a-moratoricm on kill- Fulbright said." '69 'CARS TRUCKS Daily Rentals as low as per day Call Teri 888-1121 MacMulkin Chevrolet There was no doubt other Sen ate Republicans were anxious to Hayns chief 4th tl.S. Court of Appeals, Tnfb- drawn. Brooke Urges The only Negro senator, Mas sachusetts Republican Ed wan Brooke, Wednesday releasec a letter he had written to Nixon urging the President to with- draw the nomination or face an 'embarrassingly" close vote and possibly even defeat. Brooke became the first.-Re- .mblican senator to publicly urge withdrawal of the name and the first senator of either to actually predict the lomination might be "defeated. Brooke declined to say how many committed anti-Hayns- worth votes he came'up with in u's own nose count. But he said he had found a substantial number of Republi- .ans willing to break with tradi- ion and go against their Presi- ent. "It's more than any five or ix, I'll (ell you he said. An aide to Brooke put the to- al somewhat higher, saying .One that spoke op right away, wu Charles Good- elk, currently the Senate maverick. A, bold r and courageous said Goodell whs stopped short of seconding call for withdrawal or eveb his own vote against ?ajTsworth. .There' was no immediate com- ment the White House 'oa he Griffin report or the Brookt etter. .However, there were variom reports about Nixon's reaction 6. Griffin's suggestion. One had t that the President caustically; ejected the idea. Another je- said Griffin was given; 1 re'ssing down. Retains Stand .Nixon's latest public comment n the Haynsworth situation had come last Friday when he ews conference he had of jo? ention of taking Haynsworth'i a me from the lists. Although criticism of worth-centering on civil rights ecisiorts and extensive business eals that made him a ire while on the federal bencS GOP JOINS Pagel One-Day Walkout Ends at Construction workers were back xi the job today at the Anheuser usch brewery in Menimac after a one-day walkout over a, union dispute. A spokesman for the Ferguson Construction Co., general con jactor for the brewery, said its rews reported back to work this morning. The firm's 950-man work crew (aged the walkout as a sympath; move Itx an "information picket' posted yesterday against the Pal zzi Corporation of Hookselt. The firm is not involved in the onstruction of the brewery but as a state contract (o widen oute 3 in the vicinity of the An- euser-Busch facility. Picket signs asking the Palam" to "Please observe est area standards" were hoist- by Laborers Local (AFL- of Manchester. There were no pickets at the ene today. John Palazzi, head the Hootcsett construction firm, id the dispute which precipi ted the walkout would be dis- cussed wilh union representa- tives in the next few He said the picket was a move to force his firm to unionize'ill laborer crews. Palazzi said were not at the root of the dis- pute since his crews are paid ae> cording to prevailing rates. J.-. Jack Payne, business manage! of Local 668, said the was mounted simply "to inform people" about working and conditions of the Palazzi'Ijnn, 'but the situation got all fouled up." Though members of the local are employed on the brewery construction project, tie pickets were not employes of [uson Construction nor of'Pa- izzi- He acknowledged that azri firm pays its laborers union rttes but declined to furlber elaborate on the local's aims.ia calling the picket. The situation, Payne said, "it very touchy right now." A ;state- at may be issued later, be added. NISHtU'g OSLT TAOTOET ACTHORIZED DEALER SKI-DOO SH-Doo Suits Boot! TraDen Sleds Accessories Parts Nashua Auto Co. Outdoor Recreation Center 282 Main Street, Nashua, N. R. TONIGHT IN THE Abby inderson iiossat 21 Comics Srossword Editorial Inancial loroscope jwrence Lewis, Nashua Scene 4 Obituaries'.-. J Reslon .11 Sports Suburban Television" Theaters. Dr. Thosteson Weather I   

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