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Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 5, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire Today's Chuckle _A hotel manager received this letter: "Have you suitable accommodations where I can put up with my Nashua Celeqraph i. New Hampshire's Largesr Evening Newspaper. C, J J. Weather Showers Tonight Less Humid Sunday Report On Page Two VOL the New Hampshire Telegraph Established October a. CUss Postage Paid At Nashua, X. TEN CENTS City Police Press Probe Of Second Road Death By JOHN" HARR1GXV (overturned and rolled into Nashua police today are a shallow brook. continuing their investiga- tion of road death of the year. The late Victim Identiied Dead oo arrival at St. Joseph's Hospital HchrJdas PeHetier. Two other mea were in the truck ia which PeUetier died. Listed as the driver of the vehi- cle was Robert J. Proveocher. 45. rf 106 West Hollis St He was admitted to St. Joseph's Hospital with passible head and shoulder 'Also taken to St, Joseph's was another, passenger in the truck. 65, of JJ-A Ash Su Dr. John D. when a city garbage truck chest. Survives Fatal Mishap Robert J. Provencher, 42, listed as the driver of a city garbage truck in which a Nashuan died Thursday, is helped from the overturned truck by Officer Floyd Pearcy, Act- ing Inspector Harold Knight, left Man at center helping lift Provencher Is unidentified. Provencher suffered leg injuries and. was unable to walk after being extracted from vehicle. (Telegraphoto-Harrigan) Lucien Rioux, 57, of 60 East Pear) SL, who was treated and released. Both survivors had to be pulled ran the overturned vehicle by a earn of police xod passersby. The driver of the truck was the last o be taken out of the cab. .The mishap occurred at about :U PJB. on the Miin Durtstibie toad where it intersects with Fal- on Drive. The truck reportedly was beading back toward the Iain DunstabJe'Road after tak- ing a collection oo Falloa Drive when it overturned. Witnesses at the scene said the rear-wheel of the heavy vehicle slid off the soft shoulder of the road, causing the truck to slip down the bank and overturn. .It was not immediately deter mined whether, the. truck mBed over PeUetier or whether be dierocedures.; In' a 'lejte'r read 'at the May 7'aIdermaniCimeeting, Eliot A. chairman, extended the interest-free loan offer. At the lime, there was un- certainly the'city would be al- oied the grant waiver and the foundation's loan offer was held in abeyance pending tSe out- come of the waiver application Acceptance of the loan woulc allow the city to meet federal ;ranl requirements without bor rowing at interest. Mboya Slain In Nairobi NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) Tom1 Kenya's 58-year- old minister of economic plan- ning and development, was as- (assfnated in a crowded city center In Nairobi it lunch Brae today. Mboya .was shot two or three times by'a'lone assassin as he left a pharmacy in Gov- ernment Road. He fell to the ground after being shot in the killed Instant- ly. SONY and CRAIG CASSEITE and REEL Large Selection A Unlcard Corp.. 178-MAIN ST. NETT CJSEJU FoCoimiri George Sargent', 'chairman" of the. Commission, In a brief. acceptance talk. Savage said, never known a bad boy, or a bad girl" He paid high tribute to his wife, Marion, for her understanding and assistance. Today, a giant parade in Deny one of the high- lights of the 250th Nulfield an- niversary. The continuing ob- servance is handled by a joint committee representing London- derry, Windham and Berry. In Nashua yesterday after- noon, various churches .sound- ed their bells in conjunction with the anniversary. The pro- gram was sponsored by the Na- shua Junior Women's Club. The city's celebration got un der'way in the stadium yes terday 'afternoon with a fick day for children 6 through 1Z Various prizes were awarded and refreshments were served. Feature Program The evening program; tea- ured a baseball game in which he Junior American Legion earn edged the Babe Ruth >agoe All-Stars, Z to'O; a brief speaking program'and an out- standing drum corps exhibition by the Suburbanettes, an' girl unit, the Elks' Trojans, and the Kashua Spartans. '_' AU three corps were to march in the Deny parade'today. This the Spartans' an'd" Trojans will compete in an AU- American field contest in Pep- perelt, and tonight the Spartanj will be in Whitman, an Eastern Massachusetts con- test. The three corps' perform- ances last night were outstand- ing, considering the fact ,the'y had participated in early anni- versary celebrations. The won lop prizes In their.respec- tive divisions in Trojans and Spartans marched in.a'New Boston'parade ard the Suburbanites marched'la Chelmsford, Mass., aind Merri- mack. i The award-winning Sparlanj stole.the show in the sladiura. Under the direction of drum major Alan Locicero of Milfcrd, the corps exhibited precision moves to varied selection. 8 Die. Many Injured J J CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) At least eight persons were killed and hundreds were re- ported injured Friday night as a series of thunderstorms slammed into northern Ohio, falling trees and power h'nes and battering boats in the wind- tossed waters of Lake Erie. The storms brewed in south- ern Michigan and passed in succession over Late Erie into Ohio, hitting the Toledo area in the west at about 8 p.m. and smashing eastward beyond Cleveland into the morning. 'At'least'four persons were falling trees and two Cleveland men were electrocut- ed by 'downed power lines. The U.S.-Weather Bureau reported six by a tornado in near! Toledo, but none cf the deaths could be con- firmed. Beats' Capsized The U.S. Coast Guard' said some 200 boats capsized in Lake Erie ai the storms' swooped in on unwary holiday boalers. The Coast Guard said one of its rescue pulled five persons from the lake and a merchant snip rescued eight more. Coast Guardsmen said no drowning had been reported as of early today, but said commu- nication; with western area! ol the slate had been cut off by storm damage. The Weather Bureau said fun- netshaped ckxrij had been sighted in Toledo and In the Cleveland suburbs of Erects- rille, Sfrongsville and fforth- ficld', at welt as Lake County, east of Cleveland. Stale Federal TAX: RETURNS: AM, DUE For Assistance CalJ FRED ACKLEY 883-3912 ___ National Guard troops estimated 200 persons es- ordered into Ottawa County serious injury when i the Cleveland jab-urb c.' Uke-wood to help clean up damage. Gor. James A. Rhodes said collapsed on them "Mardl Gras" at Fairport Har- would tour the northern part east of Cleveland. the state today ta assess never seen anything damage. up so" fast and throw down Several hundred persons much water In so little stranded temporarily on an' Robert Cullins of Dresden, land in the Cedar Point who was with hij family ment park near the Cedar Point amusement high when the storms hit. Hassle On Free The aldermanic traffic agreed to the free parking mittee and Mayor Dennis I. at a meeting Tuesday night van may out en i discussing the plight .of course at the aHermarac merchants, in the ing Tuesday growing shopping center coin- In accordance witfi a mendallon of the traffic Downtown Association lee, an ordinance providing Greater Nashua Chamber of parking in meltred spaces originally requested day nights and Saturdays will parking on Saturdays' only. introduced for i first the committee decided to ex- .Thursday; Sullivan the privilege to Thursday he was reactivating the also on a three-month funct trjffk period, beginning this month. deliberations on the Jchn V. Nominates committee chairman, Accordingly, Sullivan will be would support the plan mil the nomination dt if the issbciition'would pre- Deputy PoUce Chief Charles a suitable potking plu to Hurley, Victor C. Poulin, abuses. The association's Carol U. RwowarsW, >j met Wednesday to draw mission members. a self-policing plan. Hurley would finish out the ordinance to permit the erpired term of Louis D. parking plan Is endorsed by Jr., which will end Dec. 31, traffic Poulin, the unexpired term hai based his rtservj- Crawford E. Fortescue, on the loss .of meter revenue Dec.' Jl, would result from the unexpired term U and said he would favor Pelletier, endirg Dec'tfl, plan only' if the Members of the trali underwrite Vie tern. v ;