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Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 10, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire tiotds Open I 1 V Today's Chuckle There's a new French per- fume created in honor of the Peace Conference. It's called f'Eternity in ?f --J Tonight >5 Fair, Warrrter Satujrilpy, j .....New Hampshire's largest Evening Newspaper. VOL 101 NO 188 Continuing the New Hampshire< Ttltgrtth NW; Established. October 18J1 NASHUA, NEW HAMPSHIRE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1969 Second Class Postage Paid aiVcc At Nashua, N.H. 22 PASES Negotiators Moratorium Nixon Plans Taiks With Lodge, Dean By FRANK CORMIER WASHINGTON (AP) President Nixon has ordered his two chief peace negotiators back from Paris for consultations ion the eve of next Wednesday's nationwide anti-Vietnam War demonstrations. Scenic -Traffic Jam This view of Route 3 between Franconia Notch and Lincoln will probably be repeated this weekend when the foliage colors are at their peak and thousand of motorists stream north for a look at New Hampshire's hills. This picture is part of a 10-mile traffic Jam last Sunday. (AP Wire- photo) Suit In Nashua Death Settled For Br JOHN HARRIGAN A settlement of has been agreed to In a suit result- ing from the death ot James Bourdon of Hudson, who was killed in a traffic, accident on Hollis Street.Marfch 11, accord- ing to papers ffled- in Hills- borough County Superior Court. Atty. Jerome Silversteln, who represented Bourdon's estate, said he believed the amount to be the largest out-of-court-settle- ment for deceased in a traffic fatality" ever reachec in New Hampshire. Stids On Ice Bourdon, 20, .of 94 Centra Street, was killed when the ca: in which he was a passenge: skidded on ice into the path o Bourdon and a 1 -year-old child.. Mrs.. Bourdon has since given birth to the sec end child." "Suit was brought by Bourdon's estate against Kenneth Moore 19, of 7 Rhona St., the driver o the. car carrying an< another automobile. left a .pregnant Senator Predicts Bigger Tax Relief By'JOE HALL WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. Russell Bj Long, chairman of "the powerful Finance Commit :'tee, predicts the Senate will e.veii bigger relief for the .U.S. taxpayer than provided in measure already criti- by. President Nixon as too costly. Nixon has indicated he might a tax reform bill__that wasn't (rimmed below what the House, provided and any citizen .'reaction .would be intensified U the Senate .approved an even better break for Individual wage Long's forecast was: backed up somewhat by the senior Re- publican on the committee, Sen. !'John ;J. Williams of Delaware, 'who told a reporter he would not TONIGHT IN THE TELEGRAPH Abby Anderson Baker Classifieds Comics Crossword Editorial Financial Horoscope 18 to 21 16 Lawrence Nashua Scene 4 Obituaries Sports Suburban 10-11 Taylor i Television IS 2 14-15 Theaters 16 Dr. Thosteson 16 Weather be surprised If the Senate goes beyond'the House Several senators of botK par- ties are urging the committee to increase'the present J600.'per- sonal income tax exemption by at least A few have asked that it be raised to'Jl.OOO or It was learned this issue came Thursday at'the committee's first closed-door meeting on the House-passed bill. Resist Move Treasury officials who were] present strongly. resisted arij such move. They said a JHX dike in exemptions would cosl more than billion in revenue, a increase fit billion, and a !MO increase more than bil- jon. The House bill would give in- dividuals billion of relief and offset this with billion of new revenue from various re- :orm provisions. The committee voted Thurs- day, in its first decision on th were laid the) mi'jhi skin classes to protest, _ New York school "board urged all schools (o hold discus- sions on the war Baltimore Schools Supt Thomas D Shel- on advised school principal! be appYopnate'Mf they were Vim- sarlial and objective WhitHer.College tn.Califprnla nd J Dtike, chool in Durljam, NC, Presi- enl Nixon's alma maters, are tolding demonstrations Dub jultey, chairman of the m orato- um committee at Duke, said ixon_ would be sent a telegram xpressmg "disappointment and iseust" with his policies Chancellor Glenn S: Damke he 19 California State Colleges rohibited teachers, to dismiss asses and ordered disciplinary clion for those who Gov. Kenneth Cnrtis of Maine, rank 'Licht ,of Rhode Jslaad MORATORIUM Page} France Honors Apollo 11 Astronauts French. Premier-Jacques Chaban left, embraces-Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins after, pre- senting him with the Legion of Honor in Paris. Standing by with .their.Le- gion of Honor decorations are 'Col-'f !ins' fellow astronauts, Neil Armstrong and Edwin AJdrin, right. photo via cable from Paris) NASHUA'S OSLY FAOTOET ACTHORIZED DEALEE SKI-DOO Suits Boots Trailers 4 Sleds Accessories Parts Nashua. Auto Co. OuUoor Recreation Center 2S2 Mam Street, Nashua, N. H. Camera Department Plan Color Slide'.Film'. 20.exposures' CARS i Dp Rentals; as'low as ''v per doy ;.Coll'.Teri 888--1I2U MacMulktn Chevrolet
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