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Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 12, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire Today's Chuckle Dad, I just gotta be a nonconformist... how else can I be like the other Celearanh Weather Cool Tonight Fair Wednesday New Hampshire's Largest Evening Newspaper CL J Fu" Report on Page Two VOL lot NO. 139 the Krw Himpshire Telegraph Established October JO. 1833 NASHUA. NEW HAMPSHIRE. TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 196? Cong Ends Lull By GEORGE ESPER SAIGON (AP) Viet Cong and North Vietnam- ese troops shattered the lull in the Vietnam war early today with their heaviest attacks in three months. They shelled 120 towns and allied bases, made infantry and commando assaults on more than a dozen instal- lations ?.nd triggered street fighting in two key towns north of Saisjon. Firsl IHsh Point "Ms U definitely the first highpoint of their Jail offen- said an Amercan mil- tary analyst But some U.S. off- cm did not believe the enemy would sustain the levd of as- saults. Incomplete reports from the field said more than 400 enemy dead were counted so far, while American casualties were at least 51 dead and 345 wounded. Virtually every major American military headquarters in the country was shelled and a num- ber were targets of jround at- tacks. South Vietnamese casualties over-all were reported light, but 'n two battles north of Saigon 31 least JJ government troops were kffled and more than 60 wound- ed. At least 10'civilians also were reported killed and J2 wounded. Second Cliss Postage Paid At Nashua. N, H. 22 PASES TEN CENTS Local Man Drowns In River Victim Identified As Paul Lambert By JOHN HAKRIGAN The body of a 60-year-old Nashua man was pulled from the Nashua river this morning by firemen and police: Victim of the downing was Paul Lambert, of 59 Temp e Street. His body was discovered floating near the old Jackson's Mill Dam behind the Cumberland Farms Store on Canal Street. Youth Finds Body A youth made the griia discovery this morning at about When police and fn.uvt. m UK scene firemen arrived, they found the John D. Spring, medical Jju._ :_ f- _ _ Back To Work, Earth Style The first man to set foot on the moon, Apollo 11 commander Neil A. Armstrong, hurries up the walk to his office at'the Manned Spacecraft Center, Hous- ton, Tex., as the astronauts begin their'first day of normal life after ending their quarantine period. {AP Wirephoto) Moon Men Face Newsmen By HOWARD BENEDICT face, the guidance system-was nants hold a 90-mtriufe news conference today arid, are ex- pected to reveal how close they came to aborting the landing on .the moon.' .The conference kicks series.of public appearances foi Nell A.- Armstrong, Edwin E. Aldria Jr. and Michael Collins. They, were released from .three weeks' quarantine Sunday after doctors determined they had contacted no lunar germs. away; If he had more seconds to EixKa -smooth' spot, f Burger Galls for Prison Reforms V...UUIK, _ iiMtiug giAUlCT Tee astronauts plan to star! criminal defendants more safe- tbe conference by narrating 45 guards than nation in minutes of film and color slides, most taken on the moon. Many Questions icuauiuiaunB more 01 .taos wiiei justice last May, said flewsmen are anrious to ques- who are convicted and sent to that he was undecided if all of uon Armstrong and Aldrin prison, Chief Justice Warren E: he world, tlie United States as a "law and order" judge should now_tum its attention to when President Niion named rehabilitating more' of. th o s e Mm Chief Justice last May, said about the final drop to the hair-raising 12 Surger declared.- luah iuc uticu Ik aLJUUL a prUJJcr 031- minutes during which computer Bar Association work 'out a ance between toe rights o! so- alarms lipmc flatVuwl tVaif IViAl .J.r.__ ii. _'_3 iv 3- i alarms lights flashed, their fuel ran low and they had to take quick action to avoid crashing in a rocky crater. Cool thinking by Ihe astro- nauts and the ground controllers enabled .the flimsy spaceship named Eagle to make the his- toric July JO landing in the noon's Sea of The alarm lights blinked when the, computer became over- (aied, cawing Armstrong to re- marl after the safe touchdown that they had been "worrying about the program alarms." As the Eagle reared the sur- jlueprint for the reform of the nation's penal institutions; The blueprint would be patterned after the current ABA. project aimed at reforming the criminal ustice system buf would de- pend heavily on experts from he social and behavioral'- sci- ences, and corrections special- 'With a sharp acceleration In recent years, we have afforded the accused offender .the most elaborate procedures, Ihe most comprehensive system ot trials, appeals and postcon- victiaa reviews of any socie.ty ia wftrM tha P.hipf JiKtiro ists. Abby Baker Classifieds 12 Comics Cromlty 20, .21 Crossword- 17 Editorial 4 Financial Horoscope 18 TONIGHT !N THE TELEGRAPH Lawrence Obituaries Pearson Sports 11. 15 Suburban 10 Sulzburjer Television 17 Theaters 15 Dr. Thosteson 15 Weather said. '69 Rentals as low as Daily r day Call Teri 888-1121 MacMuMn Chevrolet PIZZA by Charles Ftmous thruout New England H7 W. PEARL ST. Ftes! in Pizzas Grinders (all varieties) Regular 90c PLAIN PIZZA ONLY Dpen II A.M. fo 2 A.M. Won. thru Sat. 3 P.M.