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Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 21, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire ,fl NasHuo Telegraph; .Will Not; Publish I Saturday Washington's Birthday All Departments Closed UH. By Adolphe V. Bernotw ;CONCORD, N. H. (AP) The New Hampshire House; in one of its more restless moods, took more than five hours to act on just 11 bills. One bill which would have lowered the blood al- cohol count that deter- m'uie the drunkenness of drivers arid, in House put it to death Thursday. House In Uproar Before killing it, the House went Into an uproar when near- ly a doww used as objects to .demonstrate the amoiBit, that people of varying weights can drink. 1 With martini .glasses in hand, and ginger ale and olives in legislators posed in front of the House to point.up the fact that different people get different rates. The mood of the House be- came so jovial that one mem- ber insisted on a quorum to quiet it down. Btaally, no more WIs facing it, the. lawmakers agrwid to put off .the rest of the, agenda until next Tuesday. The House passed bills creat- ing district courts In Meredith and New London and an 1 amended measure setting up a district court in Scabrook. And the Hpuse agreed with its Education Committee in killing a bill dealing with the vocation- al-technical institute system. In the Senate, action was de- layed oh 'the House-passed bill regarding Franconia College's power to grant degrees. The measure was rescheduled'for March 5.'." The bill'gives the controver- sial college the' authority to grant degrees through June, 1971. But the state Coordinating Board of Advanced Education and Accreditation would: hive power to modify or repeal this then -if- the board discovers that the college isn't meeting acceptable stand- ards. .The .bill also requires the board to give the legislature a 'rtport on the college's'.progress and to recommend action to be taken at the 1071 session on the degree-granting power. Meafimme, Senate passed a series of minor measures that had drawn the approval, of the Executive Departments Com- mittee and one housekeeping bill that had the blessing of the Public Works Committee; A measure oji the member- ship of the Interstate Coopera- tion Commission was withdrawn from the calendar. move that may have far-reaching effects on New Hampshire law-enforcement, Sen. James Koromilas, R-Dov- er, introduced a bill that would, among other things, limit to judges the power to issue search warrants.; The'change is in keeping with a U.S. Supreme CbUrt decision ir. .which it was stated that 'the issuing of a search warrant is a judicial-act. While, justices al. the': peace have certain powers in this area Mood tt is considered'mart ii tht realm of court judges If the proposed bill paMfs, March warrants .would bt signed only by municipal, dis- trict or superior court judges. Gov Walter Peterson 'said that passage of his citizens task force bill "represents sigmfl- tant forward step tor the peo- pie of New Hampshire He said the task force to study state governmental effec- tiveness will be comprised of "some of New most thoughtful and dedicated citizens I am confident that it will produce its intended IB suits Stock Lists Page Extra Today "You can't fool all of the people of observed a veteran politician. "Besides, once every four years is enough." 1969 The Telegraph's 100th Year A> A Daily Newipeper Weather Light Drizzle Tonight Cloudy Saturday..... PULL REPORT ON PAGE TWO VOL. 100, NO. .300 EiUMished as a Weekly October Incorporated, ai a Daily March 1, 1811 NASHUA, NEW HAMPSHIRE, FRiDAY, FEBRUARY 1969 Second Class Postage Paid At Nashua, N.. H. 26 PAGES Price TEN CENTS Measure Asks Reforms In Naming City Officials To history, George Washington may be the fathei of his cwjjtjy, thjt if ypO were a student m local schools today the founding father's birthday tomorrow also sig- naled the starve! ,i week-long mid-winter vacation and Father ol Other Beginnings dreams of things to do Schools closed for the annual week off this afternoon and will reopen March 3 (Tele- graphoto-Shalhoup) West Berlin Reacts Calmly East German War Games By feENRY KAMM Ntw York timn Ntwt ttrvlti MOSCOW The Soviet Union announced early this morning that Soviet and East German troops would hold maneuvers in East -.Germany early, next month. The planned exercises appear Way Cteared For New City Fire Station hire an archi- tect to draw plans for the .long- delayed Northeastern B o u 1 e- vird fire station will be sought by the fire commission at a meeting with the aldermanie lands and buildings committee. 'No'date has yet been set for the requested meeting. .-At the hearing on the fire .de- partment budget Wednesday" might., John H. chairman of the fire commis- sion, said no plans for the build- ing have been the Ferd: Corporation despite re- pe'aled requests for- 'them and assurances .they were almost complete. .The construction firm was (o-. draw up structural, plans-and building of an architect.- Mclaughlin said the arrange- ment which had seemed. worthwhile economy when made a_ year ago has proved to be a 'mistake. He1 was In accord .with Chief Albert L. Tangiiay that the commission drop: arrangements with -.the Ferd Corporation, hire an; -architect to "get the shiw on.'the road." Construction of the station was approved in late 196S and the search for a suitable site-result- ed in about a year's delay. to coincide with the scheduled meeting-in West Berlin of the Bonn federal assembly on March 5 to elect.a new West German, president..' The East bloc has- objected to the meet- ing, contending U is illegal un- der four power Berlin occupa- tion agreements, and have promised "reprisals" However, West Germans here reacted eataly to the announce- ment by Tass, the official press agency, indicating that they had expected such a move Observ- ers here said that the planned maneuvers would heighten the possibility of a military con- frontation between the Soviet Union and the Western Allies should the East blot interfere with -Western access routes to the divided city The maneuvers, according to the T4ss announcement, will take place in the Central and Western regions of the Commu- nist. German .state! This corres- ponds roughly to the area be- tween: Berlin and the West Ger- man frontier. :The exercises will be com- manded by Marshal Ivan I.1 Ya- kubovsky, commander -in chief of the armed forces of the War- saw Treaty Organization and Deputy Minister of the Soviet Union. Observers said the. announce- ment ftat the top military, com- mander of the-Soviet bloc will lead the exercises underline; the unusual political impor- tance of the maneuvers Usual- ly, exercises involving only two of'the-seven member Holiday in New Hampshire- Confusion in Massachusetts Washington's Birthday will be celebrated in New Hampshire tomorrow with traditional cere- monies patnotic and fiater BILLS ARE A PAW LET X 0. HKM> rOV GET OUT. OF DEBT BT TOBR "BILtS1 'PAST DUE OK. -NOT YOU OAti -AVOID MSQAL TIOMS DUNS .AND THREATBmNG.' PHONE f no OAU os wRira For Petce of Mini! 1871 Tooin 108 02 Stain St. .8JS-I757 ANCHOR BUDGET Ottia In. neighboring Massachusetts, it will be a regular wort day since Bay Staters celebiated last Monda} amid a state of confusion From nearby Pepperell comes the report that "the banks were closed, post, offices were open, some stores .closed, some stores were openi while. across the line in New.- Hampshire, every- thing was wide ,f lie confusion stems fr q m what observers believe, was one of the Massachusetts Legisla- ture's weak moments. The Legislature changed tra- ditional dates for Washington's Patriot's Day (April and Day to third Mondays of the months in- volved. Slate Rep. George W. Shat- tuck of Pepperell says "if thii one was confuting wait until Me morial However, he sajs there art bills in committee: in the- Legis- lature which would repeal the law or postpone it "So perhaps things mil he predicted. Pakistan Chief Quitting Office KARACHI, Pakistan President Mohammed Ayub Khan, bowing .before four mon.ths of massive opposition pressure, he is quitting at the-end of this year. He has been, president since In a tpecial nationwide radio broadcast, Ayub, -now said he will-not stand forre-electiOn when his term endi in January. Pakistanis crowded, round roadside radio and .work stopped In. .factories and offices ai he made hit dramatic an- nouncement; 'Cusfprn-Framing Experts rates SAHGrem Stamps .''tt'- Nashua Wallpaper Co. w. m-ttn tht pact aie not led by the com- mander in chief; -The. Tass "announcement indi- cated clearly the while conducted-solely with So- viet troops stationed in East Germany and German units, would engage the entire Euro- pean Communist Military Alli- ance. They are being held, said; "in accordance with the plan of undertaking for the com- bat training of the staff of the joint armed forces of the .War- saw Treaty countries.' Move Made For Nashua Drug Clinic An anonymous 'gift of J5.000 has been donated towards the creation of a DrugAlcphobsm Clinic in Nashua, according to Dr.- Zlatko M. Kuftinec, 'medical director 'of the Community Council Chrvc The Nashua Board of Health met last-night1 and also decided toi'allow' another in its budget for the use of the clinic. Philip' public health di- rector, said' Kuftiriec will determine where the money is'; most needed. The Board of Health's budget must then be approved by the Board'of Alder- men. Dr. Kuftinec said that he Is ,now hopeful of obtaining at least from the stale of New Hampshire lo'esUbb'sh the clinic. He said that a recent article in (he.Telegraph citing the need for a :clinic in Nashua spurred .con-. siderable interest.. Present at last night's meeting .were Dr. Kuftinec; Dr. Sidney Curelop, chairman of the Board, of Health; Dr. Roger Dion, mem- ber of the Board of Health; Hurley; Mayor Dennis J. Sulli- van; Roland Lebel member of the Board of Health and Harry MacDuffie, board member Community Council Clinic-. By Clandette. Durpcher generated by the recent city clerk elec- tion has served to goad the Board of Aldermen to take steps toward, eliminating political factors in the forthcoming selection of. a eity-treasurer-tax Collector. A resolution, endorsed by 11 of the 14 aldermen, will be Introduced at the alder- manie m e e t i n g Tuesday night to establish proced- ures for appointment of of- ficers .by the board. Early Approval Sought .Immediate approval of the resolution to make it effective for the election, of a new treas- urer will sought under a rules suspension Procedures outlined for adver- tjsing a post, interview- ing.candidates and recommend- ation of nominees are similar to those attempted earlier for the city clerk's contest. But the bid was botched by political intrigue. Endorsement by a cleai ma- jority of the however, augurs success for the attempt this time The three not 'endorsed .the measure are Alderman-at-Large Francis La- Flamme> Aldermen Edmond A Dionne and Robert A. Dion, who was.the center of controversy during the city clerk contest as an-unqualified candidate. Procedure. Outlined Under the. resolution, the al- dermanie Job study committee would be authorized to interview candidates .and to submit its recommendations using the fol- lowing procedure: job advertisement: would be placed in a newspaper .within seven days, after acceptance of Hie resignation-of an office hold- er. The .advertisement must be published 'at :least -three 'consecu- tive times .in. any newspaper in Nashua, Manchester or Boston and'in any- other; periodical or magazine.selected by the committee. prospective. candidate would-. days to'-' apply in writing. with the prospec- tive applicants would'be con- ducted' within 'seven days ,after the deadline- for. submittal of applications. completion, of. inter- views, the committee could1 rec- ommend one candidate, giving his name and the reasons for the make no lecommendations giving rea sons for doing lecommend several equally qualified candi dates, or recommend that more applications be invited and in terviews conducted, The resolution would In no the floor, as provided by the citv charter. Currently the charter tails for the-election of .a treasurer from nominations made by the.alder- men No qualifications are listed nor interviews required Qualifications Listed The Yarger job classification plan lists a series of qualifications but the charter supersedes the plan .Edward'R. Bentiit, 74, will: re- sign as city treasurer tte col lector March 15. No date "for the election of his successoi hai been set and at their Feb U meeting the aldermen were con cerned about 'choosing a new treasurer .before Benoit left the post. The move was held up pend ing 3 'from City Solicitor Arthur 0.- Gorniley Jr. .Aldermanie President" Mau- rice. L. Afci.was asked to check up on election piocedure1- used in Manchester. In a statement to the Ai-el notes. that .the Manchester peisonnel directoi is in charge of screening, applicants Pagr I H. S. Truman Ailing KANSAS For- mer President Harry 5. Truman was'taken by ambulance to. a hospital lite Thursday night, suffering from what, a spokes- man, was inflammation of the stomach and. intestines. John Dreves, public informa tion director of Research Hospi- tal and Medical Center, whert Truman WHS taken sdid the 84 yeai-old former chief executive wan in condition and was In no discomfort early today Drevej -said'Truman-'was af- flicted Hith gastroenteritis He added a bulletin on Tru condition would issued at 18 j today Dreves said- an ambulance took Truman to the hospital be- Iween 10 p m and midnight ftom his home in nearby Inde- pendence, Mo Members of Tru man's Secret Service detail with' him. The formei president has had digestne difficulties periodical- ly since a gall bladder operation in 1SS4 Hospital spokesmen' declined to give further details on Tin man's condition, but said he. Is under the care of his long-time physician, Dr Wallace Graham Truman :has not been'-to his of- TRUMAN fice in the Tiuman Library at Independence for more than i year but his longtime secre- taiy, Miss Rose Conway, said she worked with Truman at nil home. Wednesday morning, when Truman prepared an an- nouncement that Chief Justice Earl Warren vjill become chair- man of the board of overseers of the -Harry S. Truman Interna- tional Center for the Advance- ment of Peace in Jerusalem. U.S. and European Security Chiefs Primed for President Nixon s Visit By FRANK CORMIER WASHINGTON (AP) When Nixon goes abroad Sunday he will follow a route prepared by some 70' advance men and thousands of foreign policemen whose chief worry will be student demonstrators a Scotland Yard official put odd >man .out." Despite massive security-pre- cautions, timing and will'play a major role in, Nixon's initial crucial con- tact's'.with leaders in1 Great- Brit- ain; 'France, West Germany, Belgium and Italy. Detailed 'trip planning actual- 1} began Feb When the 70 ad- vance men left Washington for Europe aboard Air Force One, the presidential jet Led by White House counsel John D Erhchman, the contingent m of the Spring Sign.vf? f The Nashua-Parks and' Ree- reatlon.'. Commission today an- nounced that .there will be further..flooding of: the munici- pal ice skating rinks, that rising temperatures -and longer day- light Hours have called a halt It the flooding operations fer the State Department; National Se- curity Council, White House Communications Agency and the Secret Service; At the :new presidential pilot, Lt Col Ralph D 'His job was to follow, the same route Nixon will follow, piacticmg landings and takeoffs at each airport along the way assignment, wa> to: make, certain -Nixon will see the people he wants to eluding some pnvale and.such selected landmarks as the itarl Berlin Wall Erlich- man. -acted as. the PresidenUi peisonal schedule maker Robert the National Security .Council staff made the advance trip to lay the ground- work for the serious talks Nixon 'will have with Allied .leaders. A State Department official, John-'Thomas, went along .to iron out-.administrative, details, .such of: customs, in- spections as the .chief anii' his party: move frpni coun- to country.- Hotel .Ray.'Zopk.ot.ltm White House 'THE Church Classifiods Transpoitation Office was le- sporisible for finding hotel space, buses and autos -for the presidential group; For the Bonn stop alone, Zook lined up rooms in 18 hotels; The mission of Tiuiothj G Elbourne Jr., While House press assistant .who was to smooth the path for some 200 reporters, photographers and television technicians nho will be mem bcrs of Nixon's tiaveling party One of his smaller..problem's: To persuade Buckingham Pal- ace to admit American pho tographers record Nixon's meeting with Queen Elizabeth ft The British had thought two would be, sufficient: At each uty along the ad- vance communications .specialist and Secret Service agents peeled off to .continue de- tailed planning They re mam at their temporary posts until after Nixon's return Among the problems facing the Secret Service advance men is preparing for threatened dent demonstrations in London and West Berlin, but thousands NIXON'S VISIT Page 1 TELEGRAPH Social. 17. 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