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Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 6, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire today's Chuckle bohstructive criticism is whim I criticize you. Destroy tlve criticism is when you criticize me. Itfelearti HampsWre's Largest Evtnlng Ntwspapw C, Weather Fair, Cool Tonight Sunny, Warm Tuesday ini if A' 101 NO. 184. Caottnuing the New Hampshire Telegraph. EiUblisbed October NASHUA, NEW HAMPSHIRE, MONDAY, OCTOBER 6, I9W Second 0359 Postage Paid At Nashua. N.H. 24 PAGES TEN CENTS They're Off The filing period for the Nov. 4 municipal election opened at 9 a. m. in City Hall today with three.early bird candidates intentions. First (o File The filing period will end Oct. First-filers at the citly clerk's'15 at 5 p. the drawing office were John H. candidate ballot positions IK Connecticut Ave., who seeks re-election as a fire commis tioner; Donald-C. Davidson, 71 Browning Ave., candidate for Ward 8 alderman; and Mrs. Jane Solomon, 29 Dunbarlon Drive, candidate for the Board of .Edu- cation, six-year term. Others filing their candidacy with City Clerk Lionel Guilbert this morning included: County Commissioner Armaud A. Beaulieu; 85 King St., for mayor; Joseph P. Labrie, 43 IfcKean St, .for puWic works commis- term; Rep. Leo Sirois, 28 Park Ave.; for Ted A. Pelletier, Gosselin Road, for public works commissioner, four-year term; Ronald N. Simoneau, 69 Spald-, tog St, for Ward 7'alderman. scheduled for Oct.-'15.', Up for election this year, aside from the mayoral be 14'seats on the Board, of Alder- men; five on. the Board Of Edu- cation; one'each on the'Board of Assessors and the fire commis- sion; and three on the Board of Public Works. Candidates today .were re- minded by-the Nashua office of the Public Service Company 1o refrain from putting political posters on utility poles.' Robert Johnson, division man- ager, said that if candidates do not.remove their poster from lie poles, the'company will start faking them down Wednesday. State law, Johnson added, ex- pressly, prohibits a private coi> ration such 'as the PuMic Serv- ce Company from allowing its equipment' to be used in this manner. Early Candidates File These three candidates for muni- .cipal offices were in the City Hall this -morning for the first day of filing.1 First in line were, from left: John H. McLaughlin, filing for fire' Jane Solomon, for Board of Education, long term, and Donald Davidson, filing for WardS. At right is City Clerk Lionel Guilbert (Telegraphoto Harrigan) Oct. 15 Protest Biggest Yef By JOSEPH E. their mailing lists WASHINGTON (AP) 'Well who their "kids" are." a't it again, year -'cou their Vietnam thing, and It to.forget. lea be that President Nixon will they are fired .by a be the ness this month the most that, 1968, nis sive concerted blast of of i public "opinion is w dissent "ever directed at side when: they.' sa'y .ere American president. for Nixon'' to', bring at 12 The President said it home.'' AH.-'1; (he1 defied. affect r c their enthusiasm for" .They're a. jolder jot affecfe these young ones '.who. HaBil.-.'Ss1 The ma for- BobbY. the" thwarted by. .a bullet, the land for the first slaved'for Gene' McCarthy Wednesday, real were beaten back by of 1969.' They're a_ year wiser, a 'year better organized, and aU goes hope his-wry will ;day; as cou thay.sai rear-old c Pilot concealed-couldn't h The people Lands wave he clutte Girls in1 1 HOMESTEAD AIR whether Its cannon and you BASE, Fla. (AP) -r A guns were loaded. snort cardboard made'MIG17 fighter plane Cuban defector, asked of e ed by a defecting Cuban granted 'asylum. -His was landed Sunday near not checks Nixon's Air Force One U.S.. State and from As ifeon relaxed .'30 in. away at his Key Biscayne the Czechpsloyakian son treat, the pilot set the was' asked to' inform room War vintage plane dowiuon authorities that the for the base's- only runway at' available for dov p.m. to, Cuba? The United Oclc Air Force One stood on an Cuba have broken a ron being readied for the dent's return to dull gray plane tr The little jet was picked up by radar JO miles east of Key placed under police is a Defense Department a hangar on the base. It an e man said. Military sources 'number 432, a Cuba..-' clined to- say whether carried red stars on a turning in planes were sent to intercept il wings and tail. 'shabby Washington David Hawk, 25- co-coordinator. of the ng- hair and short g -men In long hair beards, sitting on cartons, opened someone wailed from a and for swimmer now The committee Intends to fol- low up the first moratorium da with two days in November an three .days in December. '.It began as a campus moy ment, and after a summer of f verish -organization, .the. com mittee feels sure now of well-o ganized support 'on some '6 ear on Nixon for a troop with drawal, Hawk said, a key objec ive of Oct. 15 is to prepare fo 'an enlarged .and lengthenec moratorium for November." The committee started ou with minimal funds from Ken nedy and McCarthy supporters
ersoh will be called by God t juild the temple and therefore decided God wanted me to buil his temple. Therefore if I am he chosen one to 60 this, I wi iave lo prove it by destroyin he mosque. If this was God' will, then He would allow me t do it." The AI Aksah Mosque wa juilt on the site' of Solomon' :emple, and the Wailing Wa! learby Is the last remnant o be temple. The site is also Is am's third holiest shrine be ause Moslems, believe that th "rophet Mohammed ascendec nto heaven from there. Rohan is a member of a Accused in Mosque Blaze TONIGHT IN THE TELEGRAPH Horoscope t Jiderson I to 23 18 Editorial nancial Obituaries Sports 16 1 Suburban 10 Taylor Television 18 Theaters Dr. Tbosteson 9 Weather Lewis TAX PREPARATION Federal and" State FRED ACKLEY Public Accountant 883-3912 FAIL WALLPAPER SALE SAVE UP TO 50% Hundreds of New Patterns IN STOCK S H Sfamps i Nashua Wallpaper Co. 128 W. Pearl.St. Mon. thru Sat. Open Thuri. 'til t Christian sect which belleyL that the Messiah cannot coin until Solomon's Temple is' re- built on its original site. A shee shearer by trade, the youn man came to Israel In March. Charges Listed Sitting in a bulletproof glas enclosure like the one that prc tccted Nad war criminal Ado Eichmann, Rohan went on tri today on four charges of arso and desecration of a holy plac His Israeli lawyer told th court Rohan "does not confess to the charge and h does not confess to the facts outlined in the charges. Under Israeli law, a defend ant does not plead guilty or no guilty. He can admit or deny t or some of the alleged facts, o he can refuse to reply at all. If convicted on all th charges, Rohan could be sen fenced to 44 years in prison. The police superintendent sai Rohan 'in his confession gav this account of setting fire lo th mosque: After describing in detail th purchase of inflammables, h arrived at the mosque at 7 a.m on Aug. 21. He paid the Ion Arab guard 10 Israeli lira t gain entrance. He put containers of kerosen and benzine behind the mosqu staircase while an elderly Ara woman looked on. "I pretended to take photo Rohan said. When the mosque. woman Rohan left th. took a kerosene-soaked scarf, put it be- hind the staircase and lit th end.of it with a match. The entire procedure tool only five or ten minutes. He offered 10 Israeli pounds li rath a guard and a priest when PARK FREE SHOP SATURDAYS All Day In Downtown Nashui close to 300 businesses to choose from NASHUA'S OXLT FACTOBY AUTHORIZED DEALER SKI-DOO Eki-Doo Soils Boots Trailers Sleds Accessories Paris Nashua Auto Co. Outdoor Recreation Center 2S2 Main Street, Nashua, N. H. he left the mosque, but they re- fused the money. Rohan said he walked about 1W yards and then started run- ning. 'He bid his knapsack in a cactus plant, took to Tel Aviv, and went on lo a nearby kibbutz. "At the the state- ment continued, "1 met a friend of mine, an American Christian, and he told me, .'Did you hear that the Al Aksah Mosque was half burned "I that "Later on in the evening, I told him that I burned tha mosque. I asked him if he be- lieved me and he said he be- lieved." The Israeli government in its trial of Rohan is seeking to re- fute Arab charges that its occu- pation of the Arab quarter of Je- rusalem was responsible for tha fire on Aug. 21 at the year-old mosque, located on Is- lam's third holiest site. 3 Killed in State; Highways Clogged By TBE ASSOCIATED PRESS Automobile accidents claimed three lives in New Hampshire during the weekend. Stella Chase, 49, of Manches- ter, was killed Sunday night when struck by a car while she was walking along the Everett Turnpike in Manchester. Kenneth Cote, 18, of Meredith, was killed Saturday when the car in which he was riding went off Depot Road in Tarn- worth and hit a tree. Leslie Howland, 62, of G; man, Vt., was killed Saturday night when he was run over a car on Route 133 in Dalton The deaths brought the slate" highway fatality (oil for th year to in. State police reported all ma ior state roads were cloggei over the weekend by foUage watchers, mostly from Massa chuselts. For instance, automo- biles passed through the Hook- sell Plara of the Everett Turn- pike Sunday. Route 3 was bumper lo bump- er for 20 miles leading up io Franconia Notch at times Sunday. FUEL OIL SAVE MORE With LORDEN OIL CO. IKC. 6EKVIXO NASHUA AND SVKSOVSDIXO 7W.VS 465-2267 RICH'S Gomero Department Turnpike Plaza Nashua's Largest Tape Selection at Popular Prices Tapes to Fire Levels Pelham Shop PELHAM-A woodworking shop was destroyed and a nearby house threatened by flames last night in a fire that caused an estimated damage. Authorities said the blaze in the shop, located on the property of Doruld Colby of Mammoth Road, apparently started from a spark from a sharings blower. The building was quickly envel- oped by flames which threatened Colby's house. Pelham firemen soon had tha 5re under control and were on the scene for two hours welting down the ruins. The Salem Firo Department sent a truck to tha scene. The shop was rented by Robert Soneyman of Simpson Road, a cabinet-maker. He made the es- timate of damages to Pelham Fire Chief Richard JlansfiekL '69 Chevrolefs CARS 4 TRUCKS Daily Rentals as low as 'per day Call Teri 888-1121 MacMuJkin Chevrolet
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