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Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 3, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire S-A8HUA NASHUA. N. K MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, SUBURBAN ntwi Voters in Wilton Discuss Roadbed WILTON Almost Interest was shown by tht townspeople in the hearing of tht put forth by the Wilton Plan- ning Board last Friday night, At a special meeting last Sep- tember, it.was voted to estab- lish a planning board and havt them set forth rules and regula- tiohs in compliance with the State Regulations relative to the Sub-division of land to be adopt- ed by the townspeople following last Friday's hearing. Only five member! of the planning board were, present! William M. Abbott, F. Stanley Mallett, Paul William Cleaves, and Kenneth Sargent. Charles McGettigan, Jr. arid Francis GrosLoUis of the Board of Selectmen, and ten townspeo- ple also attended, The specification which ttemed to brim out tht Mat. ett duaaraemeM amoflf the people was the depth of the roadbed lit the lots. The specification indicated there mult bt a three Inch surface of "Hot It the cencen- lus of those present that this would be more costly than ordinary hafdsurfaced road, In comparison to all the other roads and streets in town. Members of the planning boafd eiplaindd that they did sat hare the ablif atiotttd any part of we wav nances as forth, However, the will be studied and changes if It is deemed necetiary. PENNY. SALE A Penny Sale will be sponsored bjr the ft. Denis Court Cathft- lic Order of Forefters on Fab li. Roland Brand, Sr., chair- man, asiitted by Henry Berge- ron, co-chairman. WILTON TRAVELERS Mary Gage, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Frank Gage of Liver- more Strttt, left Thursday af< ternoan from Logan Airport ac- companied b? Leslie Waterman of Lawrence, Mist., for Alexan- dria, to wend the week- end with Mary's Sister, Mrs Divid Seagroves. They return- ed home Monday afternoon. Dr, Edward Sheftt left last JWtday for a trip M Vietnam where he has volunteered to as- sist in the Medical Field for about two months; as a vaca- tion from his practice in Wilton. Forest Committee Progresses Amhersf Church Airs 1969 fleets New Officers AMHERST- David Wilson deacon, led a toward looking hito-1969 discussion at the aft nual church meeting of the Con gregational church following f dinner served by members ol the Woman's Association head ed by Mrs. Robert Boas tnd Mrs. Harold H. Wilkins Jr. From the ten suggestion! areas needing attention em- phasis will be directed towart Christian Education, youth and adult, examination of steward- thip and local youth situation. The church council will ar- range a progress'ieport meet- ing in March. Harold H, Wllkins presidedjn absence of G, Witrthrop Brown, moderator. By-laws wert brought date to permit an offictr to be re-elected tfl serve a full term if filling an unexpired term; In- active membership revised, and appreciation expressed to all re- tiring officers. The revised budget of Was adopted. New deacons are R i c h a r d Cistle, Joseph Kerrigan, John Pi-okop and Peter Braen. Retlf- irt't deacons are Karle Rich and Lsland Gray, Jr, Continuing on deacons are Harold Burton Knight, David yi'son, David Currie and Roger Brown, Deacons emeriti are Wilbert and Robert Seamans New deaconesses are Mrs. Paul Antonelli, Mrs, Robert Mc- Mrs. John Webb ioin- Richard' Castle, Mrs. Fretague and Mrs. .John 'Prokpp. Retiring deaconesses tare Mrs. Howard Boothroyd, Plumb and Mrs. Edward Jfoyes. f' I New trustees are Frederick Simmons and Karle Rich, suc- Robert Boas and Ever-' Continuing trustee! are -Mrs. Frank Whaland, Ed- ward Noyes, Herbert; Harding and David Ramsay.' Special trustees are Mrs. Arthur Moody, Frederick Haigis and Harry Ml- ViQlher officers are .moderator, Brown; .clerk, Mrs. Jajnes Jones; treasurer, Mrs. Harold Sparks; assistant treas- urer, Mrs. Marjorie Huckabee; Mrs. David Siersdale, church school superintendent; Mrs. George Allen, assistant school 'superintendent; David Whitney, music... committee chairman; Mrs. Robert Hall, world service committee chairman; Andre Fe- lix, Christian Kducation Com- mittee with Harold Stephens and Miss Edith Plumb. Mrs. Donald Davis, remem- brance book and memorial gifts committee chairman with Mrs. George Hyde and Mrs. Harold H. Wilkins Sr.: Richard Smith, delegate to inter-church council; retiring deacons, delegates to Hillsborough Association and annual conference at Pembroke Center; and Mrs. Roger Brown, historian. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fulgoni Crescent Avenue tonight, will take over as advisers of the Congregational church leagues: The N.B.A., grade G: Celtic Alfred Simensen is Royals 11; Pistons 39, Knick fifteen sessions on first aid and Bucks 15, 76'ers 12, Mrs. Lawrence Cflty will fetch crewel classes at her home A.B.A., grade 5: Hawk 23, Lakers Warriors 21, Su the Boston Post, south, 10; Rockets It ning February 2. The February tteetinf will feature a film "The Dangerous narrated by David Me-Collilm. The public Is invited w thii concern for juvenile BALL Mrs. William Hopkins, Am herst Recreation Committee Working with school officials has arranged for volley ball fo linquency, A fashion show In April tonight from 8-10 p.m. a the Bedford Carousel will be by Mrs. Wilkint gym. A schedule has also been se up for Saturday basketball Suomala. 10 years tnd! up, BASKETBALL boysj 9 years and throug 10, 11 a.m.-noon; boys 11 year Edward Bailey, teacher at 12, noon to 1 p.m.; an Wilkdnl school, reports the boys, 2-4. lowing results after tht will be adult supervi week of in the two at all times, Public Hearings Saturday, In Londonderry LONDONDERJIY The Lon- instead be turned back to donderry Planning An additional wil tee will present open requested for the purpose o hearings tonight at the additional help when School Auditorium beginning throughout the year. 7 Chief of Police salary The hearings will be in is at presently will parts: town zoning will be brought up to at 1; building codei at I and Fire Department hai re- dating of roads at the purchase at two On Saturday the town one gal. gasoline school budget hearings will and one gal. for use leld at the Auditorium the Police and Fire Depart- ning at 1 p.m. The Budget personnel only. The tank mittee is asking for be located at the North fire ilings for the town clerk and the town will be ax to purchase gas at 13.1 per The town clerk will carry The Fire Department salary of and the tax be responsible for the ector -The and an additional 'ees collected and kept be added to their budget for wages by the tax collector purpose. Coming Events in DERRY The Derry with the clerk and be Nurse Association, in with the -warrant. Thi tion with the. Headstart is Feb. IS. gram, will sponsor tion Clinics at the Old Derry, Village School. Tht first will bt held Friends In Peppered to Feb. 10 from IB a.m. to 1 p.m. All children who have not Tuesday ceived their shots are An oper er v Trr vint meeting will be held b] jCIENCE FAIR Friends of the Lawrence Li There wiH 6e a Science Fair and Fashion Show at Hood Tuesday at the home o ior High School Audrey Setterlund or 'rom 7 to p.m. Parents Street. the public are annual meeting will be i in the Art 'Room of thi LADIES on Thursday, Feb. 13 a The Ladies Benevolent p.m. with members invitee will meet Wednesday, at hear the reports of officer: p.m. at the Association chairmen and participate ir The annual white elephant election. ion will take slate of officers present Ann Prudhomme is chairman of hostesses for the coffee hour. The card parties will be resumed at the Newell home by. the nominating commit tee includes: Mrs. Eva R. Dis haroon, president: 'Mrs. Rober South, vice president; Mrs. Pau THahAncr remfAina eaprstaw Ends Training Airman Robert A- Hatckf, M of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Halgkt ef ferry, hat eoupjelel V. S. Air forte basic traMaf at Lackland AFB, Texas- He is Mag assigned tti Port Hamenle, CtHf., for training tfl the civil eagl- neerulg structural and pavements field. Airman Haight Is a grad- uate of MeMtaatk Wgk StboeJ. Teachers Call A Meeting In Pelham PELHAM The Pelham Teachers Association have an- nounced that they will hold an emergency meeting tomorrow at to consider the recent action of the Budget Committee, The budget group cut the pro- posed teachers' base salary from recommended by the School board, to Hobert Miller, president of the Teach- ers Association said that a statement will be Issued to the press at the end of the emerg- ency session.. the Junior Pilgrim Fellowship, replacing Mr. and Mrs. Andre Felix. Mr. and Mrs. David Diersdale continue as advisers of the Se- nior P.F.'ers. Rev. Kennetli Sanford con- ducted a memorial service for those members lost in the past year: Lotta Mae Stevenson, Gertrude Buchanan, Ruth Tib- belts, Elizabeth Hendrix, Elean- or Larncr. Charles Kennedy, James McCreary and John Sea- mans. Mary Currie was remem- bered since'hoi' death occurred the first of the month. JUNIOR WOMEN'S CLUB Almost sixty members and Kiiesls. manv in costume, at- tended the Polynesian supper, an annual event of Ihc Amhcrst Women's Club. Mrs.- Thomas. Bush and Mrs. Fedts were In charge. WOMAN'S CLUB Mrs. Marion Rich, recording secretary, and Mrs. Theodore Day, treasurer. The Derry Women's Club will be a coffee hour meet Thursday at Aandatlon jn connection with the annual Hall. Rev. Irving Jones, will be meeting the speaker. He will present a_____ program of slides and narrations NMRS STUDENTS of his recent trip to the Holy Ten North MidjneMX By MATBBYW HOLUS program of timber atand Improve- ment WM continued during 1908 by Kurt Olaon and Edward Chamberlain of the Town Forert tee. Work was done in Spalding Park and in the Dlckerman Lot, near Munroe's house. aew be a poor wialttr el hard- wood trees, good only tor card- In the Utter area there Is a stand of young pine, sprung from the work1 of a group of several years ago who cut hardwood brush that wertopping small pine. The small pine seeded hi after the hurricane of 1W8. The report of the Town Forest Committee indicated that if the earlier work had not been done, Part of the cost of this year's Improvement work was paid for by the Federal Government under the Agricultural Conser- vation Program, and the rest from profits o fthe Town Forest Committee's annual cut of pine saw logs. Howard Parkhurst, who has done the Town Forest logging for many years cut about fifteen thousand board feet In the Dlck- erman Lot. Ht has thinned (hit same area twice before. Part of the logs were sold to the Wllkins taw mill and part were sawed hito boards and piled behind the High School for use in the School Shop. This amount can be cut each year, leaving the better, straighter Baptist Church in Milford Sends Letter to President Art Exhibit Scheduled at Milford Church MILFORD-The First Unitari- an Society of Milford will be- gin a series of Art Exhibits In its Gallery Room which will be open to the public on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday after- _ Tne First noons from Zjofp.m. The first exhibit In the series of this'week include: _ Tuesday, Ladles Aid at and Membership Class at MWORD-The First Baptist Church of Milford; has sent a letter to President Richard M. Nixon congratulatmf him for Die "spirit and Manner" in which his inauguration con- ted, Signed by the Reverend Glen C. Bacheldr, pastor of the church, and Mrs, Lorna D, Wll- lette, clerk, the letter goes on to state that "the prominence giv- en to prayer" tt the maugura- ion, was "in keeping with the true character and the best tra- ditions of our great nation." The letter concludes: "Please be assured of oar support and our prayers for you tnd for those who share your responsi- bilities." MILFORD ROTARY A "Get Acquainted Buffet" hosted by the Milford Rotary Club will be held Wednesday for the teacher." at. the Jacques School from 5 to 1 pan. The buffet, take the place, of the regular noon luncheon of the Rotary Club, WiU allow Milford Rotwians and their wtyes the opportunity of meeting the teachers infor- mally. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE The Milford Area Chamber of Commerce will hold its kickoff dinner dance Saturday at the Knights of Columbus Hall with a social hour beginning at p.m. Chamber President Miss Lou- ise Gale said that the event is open to the public. Selectmen and other officials from sur- rounding towns are expected to attend as well as the heads of Chamber organizations in many nearby communities. Tickets for the event are now en sale at various Milford busi- ness firms. TOWN WARRANT Today is the last day for ac- cepting articles for the town warrant on written application of 10 or more voters according to the Board of Selectmen. Merrimack Church Events Is a one man showing of the work of Nora Unwin from Feb. 6 to ebMSMr. Nora Unwjn, a native of Lon- Ion, lives in-Peter- borough. She isva.creative artist md book y of the books of Elizabeth Yates) and an exhibiting mem- ber of the-Weedph. Gallery, Bos- :on and. the Cambridge Art As- sociation. At present she is :eaching at the Sharon Arts Center and serving on thi ex- ecutive committees of the New Hampshire Art Association and he Boston Printmakers. As a wood engraver she has won numerous awards. Her irints are in notable public col' ections including the British Museum, the Metropolitan Mu- seum of Art and the Library of Congress. i. Her watercolors combine col- lage and watercolor with sub- llety and imagination and color using contemporary forms of ex. pression with nature as a basic inspiration. Recreation Unit In Greenville To Meet Feb. 5 GREENVniE-The fifth meet- ing of the Greenville Recreation Association will be held on Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the Legion Hall. No projects were started during the holiday _ season, but it is ex- pected that February will'be a working month and a good attend, ance at the meeting is urged. With the help of Robert C. denneman, treasurer of the Mason Village Savings Bank, the manner of h a n d 1 i n g and distributing pledge cards will be outlined. A committee will also report on the ways to interest youngsters of Greenville in this project. Suggestions that a neighborhood or group meetings to inform resi- dents of the project were well received. Assistance of all townspeople is sought. luck supper at the Church Sat- urday, Feb. 15 at 7 p.m. The program will be presented by Frances and William Tinsch, who will show slides of their trip to Switzerland last summer. Land. al school students have been Katzen-Yamma-Mama's. OES MEETING Music will be furnished by'the lnductea into thelWRS chapter of the National Honor Society. They include one senior, Gary _, _ Fish.- The others, all juniors, Mr. and Mrs, Thomas B. are. Graydon Barstow, John Spencer preside at the Brucc Esposito, Thom- -leetlng Chapter I, gs McGratn, Cynthia McKaln, tonight at Jam-s Bonnie Porter, Su- Officers may wear Smith and paulThonis. gowns for the meeting. i_______________ YOUTH RALLY The Rev. A. Gordon Wetmore, pastor of (he Eastern College Church at Wollaston, Mass., will be the speaker at a Derry Youth Rally Friday at SI. Luke's United Methodist A film; on Hawaii was shown Church tt p.m. by Thomas Bush, National Park, ty MM. Robert Blakeman, ways and rhcans committee olinir- man, urged ID to take and con- tribute to the 'rummage and baked goods sale February 8 in FILING PERIOD A notice is given to the East Dtrry Fire Diitrict that candi- dates for office In the East Dcn-y Fire District must file in THEY'LL FORGET TOO PRETORIA, Soulh Africa (AP) The National Parks Board plant to take no action against an elephant which trampled i car gnd Ww_ ,roh with two tourista inside in a Births Recorded In Merrimack MERRIMACK Births re- corded in Merrimack include: A girl to Mr. and Mrs. Pres- cott Streeter of RFD 2, Cham- berlain Road; a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Smith of Loop Road; a boy lo Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Worsler of RKD 2, Reed's Ferry; a boy to and Mrs. Michael O'Neil of RFD 1, Green's Poml Road; a boy to Mr.' and Mrs. Arnold Robinson of Turkey Hill Tioad; a-girl to Mr. and Mrs. Scth Iludak of a girl In Mr. Birch- -Mrs. George Schw'cd of 11FD 2 Fcrry; Wednesday, choir practice at 7 p.m. ble Conference. Sunday, worship at and 11 a.m. with Church School at of the D.C. Cook Publishing Co. AH staff and committee mem bers' are urged to attend. The Ladies Aid Society plans The Kupples Klub.plan, Hudson Firm To Detain Stray Dogs Mayor Dennis J. Sullivan said today temporary arrangements have been reached with the D-M Canine Service, 165 Ferry St., Hudson, to house stray dogs picked up in the city. The agreement was made, he said, pending a more permanent solution to the city's problem. At present, the city has no pound in which to detain strays and this situation was cited in a suit recently brought against the city by Andrew Sikora of Reeds Ferry for the alleged killing of his German shepherd, Tarzan. By law, the city is obligated to detain strays for a certain period of time 10 owners can reclaim them. The city discontinued its pound aramgements with Dr. Homer McMurray almost a year ago after the veterinarian sought to increase his monthly fee from to A limited number of dogs were housed at the Humane Society facilities. Sullivan said the agreement with the Hudson kennel calls for a monthly fee- business and'refreshments, sew- ing and a discussion period. Ladies are asked to bring scis- sors, yarn or materials they wish to-donate for the Church Fair sewing projects. David Jarry, PY.F chairman, announced plans for the retreat on Feb. 7. Departure time will be (p.m. and will re- turn to Merrimack Sunday af- ternoon, there will be skiing, skating, tobogganing, horseback riding. dTS Stodgy Armadillo In for Research ATHENS, Ga. (AP) A little prehistoric-looking mammal leema destined to help provide an understanding of 20th cen- tury medical problems. The armadillo may unlock valuable information about or- gan transplants, immunity reac- tions and evolutionary and psy- chological changes, says Uni- versity of Georgia researchers. Dr. Charles B. Blair of the university's department of anatomy, in the school of veteri- nary medicine, said, "jut the fact that so little is known about the armadillo makes him an ideal study for research." Hearing Tomorrow For School Budget HUDSON There will bt a School District Budget Meeting at the Memorial School tomorrow night at 7: SO. Topics of diKUsiion will include the proposed conttnictkw of an addition to the Memorial School, and the base salary for Hudson teachers. The public Is urged to attend, "extremely difficult" (o find 111 among the park's more than Candidate MERRIMACK Ronald Gel- ger of Currier Road, Merrt- mack, has announced he will be a candidate for Selectman In the March election. Geiger, presently completing a three year term as Commission- er of the Merrimack Village District Water Department hat acUve in Merrimack Chamber of Commerce, tha Square and ComptM Club, and the American Legion. He previously served In elec- pine. TIM Towi Fortet Commit- thit any profits will hi turned ever to the Cnuvrva- lion Commiiilon to used to buy more wild land as it comet on tlw market. Proflt Committee feels that the fornt should not managed for profit only. Many other as- pecti should be considered luch as Open Space to be used by hikers, hortemea, inowmobUeri and an Miy place to itudy wildlife. The town has about 900 acres of managed wood land with a good road system, ponds, brooks and marshes. The committee Indicates it would like more peo- ple to make use of the forest. The two new members of the committee, William Ingram and Arthur Woodl, have been shown the different traeti and their boundary llnei. Three good signs were made and donated by Charlet Brig- ham of Love Lane. They were placed on the Silver Lake Road; one where the road to Spalding Park starts; one on the big Dtekerman Lot a little north of Hayden Road and one on the little Dlckermtn Lot, a little south of Witches Spring. Pelham School Board Reviews '69 Warrant By MARIANNE THOMPSON Pelham School Board devoted most of its last meeting to reviewing warrants for the town meeting and school district meeting. Hussell Leonard met with the Board to review his proposed transportation budget for 1969- 70, which calls for one addition- al bus. It was announced that the School District elections will take place on March 11 in con- junction with the town elections, with polls to be open from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. The School District meeting is scheduled for March 28 at p.m. The war- rant must be posted by Feb. 24. A proposal to have future school meetings held prior to elections was discussed. Under the present scheduling, if the outgoing Chairman does not run for re-election or is defeated in the elections, the School Board goes into the district meeting without a chairman. Among article warrants dis- cussed was one asking -for an appropriation of for a professional feasibility study of the Sherburne school site, and another which will permit the School Board to receive town- owned land from the town. Reports submitted by the Sherburne School Study Com- mittee and the High School Study .Committee were reviewed. They will be incorporated in the annual town report. The School Board will submit an article asking that the two study committees be continued for another year. A letter was received from Salem School Superintendent Paul Johnson advising that no Charles Witteman of Jericho Road, is on the Dean's List for the first semester. Witteman achieved a 3.5 average, in addi- tion to his outstanding work on the football field. CHURCH SUPPER will be served at the First Con gregational Church from to 7 p.m. to benefit the building fund. The public is invited. Saturday, Feb. 16, there will be an opportunity to renew mar- riage vows at the church. Also planned for this month is a Men's Communion Break- On Feb. 15, a turkey supper fast on Sunday, Feb. 23 at 7 am. New Ipswich Kindergarten Valentine Party Feb. 13 NEW parentslMrs. Jane Bergeron, Mrs. Wen- of children in the New Ipswich jdy Vaillancourt and Mrs. GIo- Co-operative Kindergarten are making plans for a Valentine party on Thursday, Feb. 13. Refreshments will be provided by Mrs. Jane Bergeron, Mrs. Wendy Vaillancourt and Mrs. Dorothy Vaillancourt. Mothers of the children are volunteering their Tuesday mornings to help the kinder- garten teacher, Mrs. Maki dur- ing an art period. Mrs. Maki announced that she has assigned each child an animal to give a short talk on, which she will re- cord and play back to the chil- dren. Future plans for the kinder. ria Livingston. DINNER PARTY Members of Die New Ipswich Police Department and the Aux- iliary Police gathered for a din- ner party at the 88 Restaurant in Nashua. Special guests were Civil De- fense Chairman and selectman Arthur Whitney and Mrs. Whit- ney; Selectman and Mrs. Lester Batchelder and Selectman and Mrs. Justin Smith. Others attending were Chief of Police and Mrs. Nelson La- Freniere, Mr. and Mrs. Earl pians lur. d p c d garten are a trip to the Uncle wane, p additional Pelham high school pupils may be accepted there. He stated that those, presently Gus Show, and a maple syrup tour. Applications are being ac- Mr. and tand Mr. Richard Putnam Mrs. Robert La- cepted for ne.t year', class. Re- Mr. iFleur of the regular force and port cards will be given this and Mrs. David Corthell, Mr. port caras win oe given uus ---7 Thibault 0 week. Following the meeting, Mrs Robert Thibault, a refreshments were served Tim Lindros, Carl Somero and _ Marilyn Piespanen of the Auxi- Milford Court MILFORD court cases The following were heard by Operation Help Office in Hudson Set Wednesday enrolledmay continue, provided i Mass., charged "with unreason- 1 Operation Help will classroom space is available, jable speed. Pleaded innocent, Offjce nours from I a.m. liary Force. Judge Colin Lizotte at the Mil- ford District Court on Friday: Nephi E. Berg, 35, Peabody, Chairman Donald Brock and member Frederick Houle voted to accept the state school lunch program policy subject to a re- view at the next meeting, due to the absence of Board mem- ber John Woodbury because of illness. was announced that the School Board and the High School Study Committee will meet tonight at 8 p.m. with the Hudson School Board and their high school committee to dis- cuss Pelham's tuition contract with Alyirne High. found guilty, fined. to 12 noon at Town Hall In Hud- kin speed. Pleaded guilty, fined come families seeking assis- Lawrence G. Bliss, 22, Milford, ;tance may avail themselves of charged with speeding. Pleaded this service. guilty, fined Neighborhood Aide Alfred Cos- SQUARE DANCING The Pelham Partners report jtp that the recent square dance'pjeaded'guttty, Osborne C. Cresson, Jr., 27, selin may be reached at Berwyn, Pa. charged with oper- ating to left of solid painted un- broken line. Pleaded guilty, fined Waiver. Barbara E. Griffin, 45, Na- shua, charged with failure to stop for school bus. Pleaded guilty, fined Waiver. Joseph J. Guiliano, 23, Put- home for those who cannot at- tend during those hours. Milford Thieves Take Away'Tools Milford police are today in- charged'with' operating r vestigating two thefts which re- rt to left of unbroken painted line, j suited in the loss of various was a success, with over 200 dancers in attendance. Representatives from square dance clubs in Salem, Nashua, Merrimack, and Lowell, West- ford, Chelmsford, Marlboro, An- dover, Hudson and Wilmington, Mass, attended. One man even traveled from Kittery, Me., for he affair. NEW ARRIVAL Mr. and Mrs. Everett A. Yea- ton (Marjorie Mansfield) of Mc- Grath Road are the parents of their; first child, a boy, bom Jan. 31 at Nashua Memorial Hospital. Grandparents are Fire Chief and Mrs. Richard Mansfield of Teremy Hill Road and Mr. and Mrs. John Yeaton'of Hallowell, Maine. PHRASE'S ORIGIN The phrase, "Man is innocent ON DEAN'S LIST until proven probably The University of New Hamp- origiiuited with Hie Magna Carta, shire has announced that All- granted by Kins John to the barons of England in the year 12S1 Robert E. .lannini, 30, Mil- ford, charged with unreasonable speed. Pleaded innocent, found guilty-, fined Peter B. Klotz, 45, Milfotd, charged with speeding. Pleaded nolo, found guilty, fined Herman Henry Richardson, Nashua, charged with unreason- able speed. Pleaded innocent, found guilty, fined Ap- pealed to superior court. Also charged with failure to answer summons. Pleaded innocent, found guilty, fined Ap- pealed to superior court. William R. Ryan, 31, Am- herst, charged with-misuse of plates. Pleaded guilty, fined Carl W. Wenigmann, 46, Dub- lin, charged with speeding. Pleaded guilty, fined 15. Lawrence A, Young, 18, East Weymouth, Mass., charged with operating to left of. yellow line. Pleaded guilty, fined Waiver. tools. Sometime. Saturday night, thieves broke into the sawmill at Lorden Lumber Co. on Route 101-A and made off with a cut- ting torch and hose. The saw- mill crew discovered the theft this morning when they arrived Also sometime Saturday night, two power saws were stolen from a parked vehicle belonging to Kenneth McLeod of Route 101 west. Filing Period In Merrimack MERRIMACK Claude-Ma- ker, Town Cleric, has announced that candidates can file for the offices of selectmen, town clerk, town treasurer, two auditors, a trustee of the trust funds arid seven budget committee mem- bers, at Town Hall from r ___________ elephants. The tourisU were not An csllrnniccl craters am 1 1 vo office as Clerk of the Mer- injured, i visible on UK mixm Jrimack Village District. Also charged with unreasonable Uons Club Charter Members Caartcr members ef Pelham Lleai Ckik were al a Charter Night dinner at the Harris IN. Front, left In right! Neal BaMemv Part imernathmal IMretter Frank Buckley, Graham, District Governor Eugene t'ota and DwiaW Pclton. Rear: John Wolfenden, Joseph Gould, Robert Fletcher, Albert IMeaae, PMIMek aad Gewce Reherla. (Tefr ;