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Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 30, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire Today's Chuckle A girl who is expecting a ring is quick to answer the telephone. a Seleq New Hampshire's Largest Evening Newspaper... C- '-M Clear, Gold Tonight Fair, VOL. New Hampshire Telegraph Established October 20, CUss Postage Al Nashua, TEN CENTS High Court Tells Southern Schools: Desegregate Now Workers are spreading it pretty thick here tar, that is, on city streets in anticipation of a long winter and heavy travel. This gravel-spreading machine of Bell and Flynn, Exeter, .was spotted laying down a Sticky Business for. the City....' thick' coat of gravel over an'even thicker coat of tar on'3rd Street .Officer Donald Kasper, on duty to keep traffic moving, escorts the machinery along the street (Telegraphoto-Harrigan) Mayoral Aspirants Make Forecasts City Hall's Tested By CLAUDETTE DUROCHER .The "climate" in City Hall and the issues facing Nashua went under review again by the three mayoral candidates at an open forum in the Crowley School auditorium last night. an'; cani- palgn'sijie whehJ he 'concen- trated on the concept "of: ihe' mayor's office. Housing Code Director Philip 3. McLaughlin bore down on specific issues. Mayor Dennis 3. Sullivan de- fended his four years in office by reading a testimonial of a supporter who declared 'that when there is harmony in City j Hall there is apt. to Ibe. a do- nothing County Commissioner Armand A. Beaulieu dwelled on the ad- ministrative experience he has gained as commissioner and the need for harmony 'in' city gov- The candidates night -was sponsored by the League of '.Women. Voters and the Cham- Draws Throng Candidates for all municipal .offices, except ward aldermen, Sufferer of Leukemia Dies; Wrote Nixon Protest Letter SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (AP) A month ago Sandra Vitorelo, 22-year-old leukemia sufferer, wrote to President Nixon pro- testing cuts in federal funds for medical research. The reply from the White House arrived Monday at the University of California Cancer Research Institute, where she was a patient. "I opened the letter for she was so said her mother, Mrs. Emile Silver. "She read it in a great deal of pain. It was three pages of ex- planation. "Then she sort of shrugged acd said, 'Just about what I ex- pected. That's his rationaliza- tion, not mine." And she told us to see that the newspapers got the story." On Wednesday, Sandra died. Newspapers and the Califor- nia Nurses Association monthly bulletin had printed the.Sept. 27 letter in which Sandra, a col- lege-trained nurse, told the President: "We who are afflicted with such diseases as leukemia and cancer live only in the hope that a cure can be found in time "By cutting off the great fed- eral allotment to this cause, you have..greatly jeopardized our hopes of a The reply "was from White House staff assistant Noble M. Melencamp, who said the Presi- dent "has asked me to relay la you his personal good wishes and hopes for your speedy and complete The letter listed "peace for this country and the world" as the Nixon administration's first priority and halting "erosion of the purchasing power of the dol- lar" as its second. participated in the forum which drew a full house. The'ward-aldermen' candi- dates will face the voters to- night at 7 in the City. Hall au- ditorium. Harmony in City Hall was the pnlyv topic; among the three "inayofal and the discussion on this point was Sullivan said he had to step on some toes to correct some of the city's major ailments, and had taken his job as mayor serious- ly. Much progress has been achieved during his administra- tion even though it has meant shaking up. some. city depart- ments. On the harmony issue, Mc- Laughlin said as mayor one of his goals would be to restore to city government that "sense of cooperation, effectiveness, mu- lua? respect and professionalism which is needed." Beaulieu emphasized that as county commissioner he man- ages a million budget and 706 employes "without dissen- sion." He pledged to bs his own man and beholden to no special interests, if elected mayor. ilcLaughlin said he favored CANDIDATES Page 2 By BAKBY SCHWEID WASHINGTON The Supreme Court has stripped southern school officials of their favorite legal crutch and ordered an end to delay in the de- segregation of public schools. Vole Unanimously The unanimous.decision, giv- en Wednesday night in a Missis- sippi case, said the "all deliber- ate speed" doctrine no longer may serve as a cover for the continued operation of segregat- ed schools. "The obligation of every school district Is to terminate dual school systems at once and to operate now and hereafter only unitary declared the decision, first under Chief Justice Warren E. Burger. The ruling was a stunning set- back to the Nixon administra- tion, which had maintained edu- cation officials needed more time to "validate" desegrega- tion plans for'schools In Missis- sippi. Its import extends far beyond the reaching wherever ra- cially separate schools remain as a vestige of segregation laws the court began declaring un- constitutional in 1554. Beyond that, the decision could serve as a platform for le- gal attacks in the North. Though' most northern school segrega- tion Is a result of neighborhood housing patterns. The ruling's ef- fect in these situations was not. immediately deaf.'' r: 'acted "with urgent It; bad .conducted iu hearing only "last "Tttnsday and issued its ruling during a re- cess, the first such move in nearly five years. The opinion was. unsigned, though some of the phrases bore the unmistakable. Imprint of Justice Hugo.L. Black, who in an .interim -ruling last month recommended a final uprooting of the "all deliberate speed" doctrine. The decision requires the U.S. Court of Appeals in New Or- leans to order Mississippi school districts to "begin immediately to operate as unitary school sys- tems within which no person is to be effectively excluded from any school because of race or color." The appeals court Is to use as a vehicle desegregation plans that would have taken effect Sept. 1 had not the administrt- tion counseled delay until Dec. "Modifications" may be made, the Supreme Court said, so long as they !'insure a totally unitary school system for all eli- gible pupils without regard to race.or color." The school officials are free to lodge whatever objections they. COURT ORDER Reds Reject v U.S. Proposal On Met Talks By MORRIS ROSENBERG PARIS (AP) The United States called today for a re- stricted session of the Paris peace talks for next week "to break out of this.sterile situa- tion and promote serious nego- tiations." But the North Viet- namese and Viet Cong, delega- tions immediately turned it down. Hanoi's ambassador called the proposal a "maneuver aimed at camouflaging the truth, to deceive public opinion on the United States' refusal to end the war; of'aggression: and withdraw all its troops from 'South f'fj': Lodge Henry .Cabot Lodge, in a brief statement tt> the 40th session of the.peace i conference, proposed that the principal spokesman of each delegation, accompanied by no more than three advisers, meet next Tuesday in a "new ap- proach" to the deadlocked talks. He suggested that there -.vculd be "no public record of .what Is said" at such restricted sessions "but we could agree on exactly what would be said to the press after each session." the Viet: namese source reported the Viet Cong's provisional revolutionary government of South Vietnam immediately turned down the proposal. North Vietnamese Ambassa- dor Xuan Thuy said that ''Bor- der to go straight .to practical works" he was asking Lodge to answer two questions: does the United States intend'" to" c o in i> 1 e t e 1 y withdraw Us troops? will the U.S. delegate start'direct talks with tht Wet; 'Cong? :v The United States has already rejected the North Vietnamese proposal to cut1 out the Saigon i government from private talks, and has insisted upon a mutual withdrawal .of all. non-South Vietnamese .troops from South Vietnam. Peterson Expects a Delay In Report from Task Force By JOE ZELLNER DURHAM, N.H. (AP) Gov. Walter Peterson indicated to- day a full preliminary report from his Citizens Task'Force Shop in comfort these chilly, rainy fall days nights. It's always dry and 72 degrees at the NASHUA MALL '69 Chevrolets CARS TRUCKS Daily Rentals as low as r day Coll Teri 888-1121 MacMulMn Chevrolet TAX PREPARATION Federal and Stafe FRED ACKLEY Public Accountant 883-3912 Wlr irork for t. vcA nhea 703 can veil ortr Teek Tor yoarEdf a eulwoB- trictor. We Tin help you up. G. M. PLUMBING-HEATING OIL CO., INC. Call 424-5196 or 6654733 FUEL OIL SAVE MORE With LORDEN Oil CO. INC. SERVING NASHUA AND SUEEOD.VDIXO TOWNS 465-2267 THE FOLLOWING STORES WILL BE OPEN THURSDAY FRIDAY 'TIL 9 P.M. FREE PARKING FRIDAY NIGHT AND ALL DAY SATURDAY AVARD'S BERGERON'S BEST SHOES CARTER'S MEN'S SHOP ENTERPRISE DEPT. STORE ISIDORE'S. HAIR STYLING JORDAN'S LUGGAGE SHOP LYNCH'S MEN'S BOYS' STORE MILLER'S PORT '0 CALL PS. FLETCHER, CORP. SEARS ROEBUCK SPEARE DRY GOODS CO. TOWN COUNTRY CASUALS 20th CENTURY High St. MM. Urban Renewal Moves In A front-end loader moves in to de- molish a building just vacated by Albert Redgate and his wife who fought a four- year battle against eviction. The Red- gates were the last family to leave. Fourteen persons were arrested when a group of about 80 protesters tried to block the eviction. A 212-unit low income housing project will be built on the site in the Allston section of Boston. (AP Wirephoto) 5% DAILY INTEREST COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY ON 90 DAY NOTICE ACCOUNTS AT NASHUA TRUST COMPANY Full line Of ARTISTS'SUPPLIES For Professional or Amateur S 4H Green Stamps Nashua Wallpaper Co. 129 W. Pearl St. S82-W91 Mon. thru Sat OpenThurs. would be delayed but said odds still favor a special session of tha legislature in February to consider the group's recommen- dations. At a televised news confer- ence p.m. Peterson said he has been ad- vised by task force chairman Royden Sanders the group's ex- ecutive committee has received "such a wealth of excellent recommendations" from 38 sub- committees and 12 reports from consultants that .several more weeks will beineeded-to digest them. The governor said the law re- quired a report by Saturday and it would be made but he agreed more study was neces- sary "to make that last double- and produce "a better report and more acceptable re- port." Asked if he definitely plans a. special session'of the legislature in February. Peterson said "the odds are much more heavily in favor of a special session than against it" but declined to say the session definitely would be called. "I think the people want (o see our problems tackled row, rot pushed kilo the he said adding that task force recommendations' for cutting the costs of government would be an example of a type of leg- islation' Ihe lawmakers could consider. "I'm trying to exert some leadership Peterson said. The governor said he favored recommendations for a four- year gubernatorial term and a concurrent term.for the.altor- ney general to "create a team that could work for the best in- terests of the future." The governor said he has pre- viously favored a the size of the 424-member New.: Hampshire possi- bly to as low as 250 members, but felt annual sessions were more important. Peterson acknowledged a re- port a poll sponsored by the state Republican Committee had indicated 58 per cent of New Hampshire's citizens fa7ored what he was doing in office with. 18 per cent in opposition and 21 per cent' with no opinion. Re- portedly, 3 per 'cent had not heard of the governor. "Since I am the first Repub- lican governor in some six Peterson said. "I think it's proper that the committee has some index on how we're doing." However, he referred to.GOP Chairman Robert Bass a' lion of whether former Republi- can Gov. Wesley Powell and contender Meldrim Thomson were polled. Peterson said he disagrees with a task force subcommittee recommendation the Executive Council be abolished because FETERSOX .-TONIGHT IN-. THE TELEGRAPH Abby 17 Scene 4 2 10 23, 29, 26. 27 Cromley 17 Crossword 1> Thosteson 8 2 RICH'S Camera Department Turnpike Plaza KODA COLOR i 326-12 ex with processing ONLY NASHUA'S OSLT rAOTOBT AUTHORIZED DEALER SKI-DOO Skl-Doo Suits Trailers Sleds Accessories Parts Noshua Auto Co. Outdoor Recreation Center 23 Main Street, Nashua, N. B. I