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Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 17, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire Today's Chuckle uncles and grand- parents'become greater with each successive generation, but cousins get removed. Ntw Hampshire's Largest Evening Ntwspaptr Weather Cloudy, Cool Tonight Little Change Saturday VOL 101 NO 194 Continuing the New Hampshire Ttlegrtpb VOL. 101.NO. Edablished OctobeVw, 18M NASHUA, NEW HAMPSHIRE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1969 Second Class At Nashua. N.H. 20 PAGES Prlet TEN CENTS' What appears to be the beam of a giant laser, is nothing more than a nighttime study of. the F. E. Ev- erett Viewers of the New Hampshire foliage, termed as the most brilliant in many years, have been pouring in and out of the Granite State for the last two Turnpike Traffic Pattern weeks. As the foliage reached its peak motorists traveled bumper-to-bumper on many sections of the turnpike. Here's how the heavy traffic looked to the. Telegraph' camera during a-time'exposure. Pappagianis Ruling on Shipyard Ignored State To Fight Maine's Tax By JOE ZELLNER CONCORD, N. H. (AP) Atty. Gen. George Pap- pagianis has ruled that the Portsmouth Naval Ship- yard is located in Maine's territory and that it is not in the interest of New Hampshire or its citizens for the governor and Ex- ecutive Council to prose- cute a border tax disputed May Disregard But indications to- day that Gov. Walter Peterson and the council probably would.' disregard the attorney general's advisory opinion countering with legal research of their am and pursue the campaign to re- lieve about New Hamp- shire workers at the shipyard from a new Maine income tax. New Hampshire is the lone state in the country to have nei- ther a general sales tax nor a personal income tax. The governor's legal counsel, Warren Rudman, reportedly was working on a statement based on his own research. The governor's office also had access to report released to-' day by Sen.' Thomas 'Mdntyre, Ssho said federal.laws; Indicates that'the Maine tax is unconstitutional In Its application to New Hamp- shire .workers. Pappagianis, agreeing with a ruling by Maine Atty. Gen. James S. Erwin, said Seavey Is- land in the Piscataqua River where the naval yard is located "is territorially a part of the Stale of Maine." He traced the history of the state border_to. 1737.when New- Hampshire, 'still' a colony of England, contested a decision to establish the boundary between the '1h4 Province 'of' which then .'included' Maine's teriiory, as the middle of the Piscataqua Harbor and "ye'River of New- City Covered in Boiler Loss; No Negligence Is Uncovered By CLAUDETTE DUROCHER Park-Recreation Commission- er Allan B. Silber said today an insurance report on the ruined boiler at the Pine Street Youth Center is expected next week and will be made public. In the meantime, he said, the Hartford Sleam Boiler Inspec- tion and Insurance ford, Conn., has assured the P-R Commission the boiler loss will be covered by Hie firm, less de- preciation, and the commission can go ahead and buy a new boiler. Authorizes Purchase The aldermanic finance com- mittee Wednesday authorized the purchase of a new boiler from the J. Lawrence Hall Com- pany, Inc. on a low quote of provided clearance from the insurance company was re- ceived. Silber said the insurance firm felt no negligence was involved in the boiler loss and the city can espect to recover at least from the insurance com- pany. The replacement cost, less the anticipated insurance payment, he pointed out, would lower the. costs to much less than the loss figures quoted by Alderman-at- Large John V. Chesson. During the aldermanic meet- ing Tuesday night, Chesson had charged that the old boiler, de- spite its age, had been in good condition until the heating unit was started without water in the system. He said cold water was ap- parently injected precipitating numerous cracks in' the boiler and demanded a written report on who was responsible for the loss of about to in taxpayers' money. While no final determination has been made on what went wrong with the boiler, Silber. said, the commission felt a mal- function in a cut-off valve was at fault. At the f i n a n c e committee meeting, Chesson, an executive with the Slawsby Insurance Agency, said he had based his 'CITY BOILER Page 2 FUEL OIL SAVE MORE With IORDEN OIL CO. INC. SEEV1SO NASHUA AND StJBEODNDINO TOKXS 465-2267 PARK FREE SHOP SATURDAYS All Day Tn Downtown Nashua close to 300 businesses to choose from TONIGHT IN THE TELEGRAPH Lewis U Nashua Scene 4 Obituaries 2 Sports 10. 11 Suburban Taylor Television Theaters Dr. Thosteson 14 Weather 2 Abby Anderson Classifieds 16, 17, 18, Comics Crossword Editorial Financial Horoscope Lawrence 4 19 35 15 4 6 15 4 8. 9 4 16 15 Join Us For Breakfast In GRANT'S New Bradford House Simoneau Plaza Nashua FREE COFFEE with BREAKFAST DURING OCTOBER Three Pancakes, Syrup, Coffee BREAKFAST 9 A.M. to II A.M. RICH'S CAMERA DEPARTMENT ANNOUNCES THE NEW BEATLE TAPE "ABBEY ROAD" IN 8 TRACK and CASSETTE TAPE ON CAPITOL Also Available GLEN CAMPBELL "LIVE" IN "ROMEO AND JULIET" All at Popular Prices TAX PREPARATION Federal and State FRED ACKLEY Public Accountant GRANTS Home Style FUDGE SIMONEAU PLAZA Nashua ,.N.H. part of which now is called Salmon Falls. The English king rejected New Hampshire's claiin to "the whole of the Pappagian- is said, and New Hampshire agreed to accept the: boundary after both it and Maine became stales. He said that Maine ceded jur- isdiction over the land.to the federal 1863. with the stipulation that it'would re- vert to the state "whenever the said used1by_lhe.CBited State.'.r.'V challenged the. collection of Maine income taxes from ship- yard workers who reside in New Hampshire, contending the tax was unfair and unconstitutional. Peterson sad the council sup- ported his action, and federal officials have refused to with- hold the state taxes until the dispute is settled. Maine Gov. Kenneth Curtis has suggested that the matter be' settled in court. Pappagianis said the question FIGHT MAINE TAX Page 1 Mass. Seeks Hudson Man BOSTON (AP) A warrant for signature has been 'received by Gov. Francis W. Sargent for
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