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Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 14, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire I Today's Chuckle Sen-ice while you wait Is what the other customers get. lerah VOL 101 NO. 11} Continuins New Hampshire Telegraph Estaotished ISM Ntw Hampshire's largest Evening Newspaper C. J J. Weather Fair Tonight Sunny on Tuesday Full Rtport on Pogt Two NASHUA. NEW HAMPSHIRE. MONDAY. JULY 14. 194? Second Clisj Postige Paid Al Nashua. N.H. 20 PAGES trie, TEN CENTS Apollo Crew Ready; Soviets Mum On Moon Shot Luna 15 Arrival Due Wednesday By JOHN WEYLAND MOSCOW (AP) An unmanned Sonet spaceship headed for the moon today amid speculation that its mission is to take some of the spotlight away, from Apollo 11 by getting samples of the moon's surface and return ing them to earth. Ttae naut Frank Borman, who com- If all goes normally, the Luna manded Ihe Apollo 8 flight and 15 spaceship should approach returned last week from a tour the moon Wednesday, at about of the Soviet Union, said he be- the time the United States sends lieves Luna-15 was sent up'lo its Ihree astrenauls off for'the get a sample of moon soil before lunar landing. Tass, the Soviet news agency, the U.S. astronauts.. to the moon from the orbit of an artificial earth's sat- ellite" al- a.m. Moscow time Sunday and six hours later was 40, JM miles from the earth. One Western diplomat in Mos- cow suggested that the Russians were-trying for another space firstrrlhe landing'on Ihe moon unmanned ship; wtich would scoop up some moon soil and return it to earth before US. astronauts make -their landing Sunday: If this is not the mission, the dipKmat said, then Luna 15 nay orbit close to the moon so that It can observe the VS. as- tronauts after their landing. Tass said Luna 15 will "con- duct further scientific explora- tion of the moon and space near the moon." No details were giv- en. The Soviets never announce the real missions of space shots so that if something goes wrong, they doa't have to admit failure. The U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration said In a welcome this further exploration of space and -wish them every success in man's' effort to, better tin der- starid the universe around him." But Dr. -Donald StuUkeK leid- NASA team which will help recover the Apollo 11 astro- nauts, said that If the' Russian spaceship did .bring' iimplej of will not take the edge off Apollo 11. urc uiwu udiA MI me cario. a in wus iieia nas oeen' impres- lot of people are going to be on- but: unmanned-fughtj' do happy." Donbl Expressed Weslern'space experts have U. S. Spacemen On TV Tonight By HARRY F. BOSENTHAL. CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) As their space- -hip nears readiness for its Wednesday morning launch, he Apollo 11 astronauts pause in their training tonight o tell the nation now it f eels to be going to the moon-' Panel DUrnsstaa' flieht r expressed doubt that the" Soviet space program ij capable- at this point of bringing back a moon sample. They said this would involve techniques which apparently Ihe Soviets have not yet mastered, such as launching a spaceship from the moon's surface.' Sir Bernard Lovell, director of, Britain's Jodrell Bank tory and an expert in tracking space flights, discounted the lu- nar soil return theory. He said Russians spacecraft do not ap- pear to have the carrying ca- pacity to attempt a lift-off from tie moon. But he said the Luna 15 flight "could be the start of a new series in which the Rus- sians will attempt lo do auto- matically what the Americans expect to do with man." Since cosmonaut -Alexel: nov took the first-walk in space in'. March" the Soviet manned space program has lagged and the emphasis' has been on unmanned flights. The Russians r'maintain" unmanned efforts are equally gbpd 'it pfi- data and do not human life. Thelr'itowmg this field'has been imp'res -Here are some of the duties which Astronauts Edwin E. Aldrin and Neil Armstrong will perform on the moon during their scheduled lunar' landing Sunday. In.the left photo, Aldrin Arm- strong simulate activities in space suits. Breathing Duties on the Moon oxygen, pressurization and temperature cbntrol'are provided by backpacks. In the'right photo, an astronaut demonstrates how'he use. a'special scoop to collect samples of the moon's'surface. Task Force Cites State failure To Get Interest-Dividend Taxes n w vi 173 jjvi aaiu nun. Mcaayeai lass lorce consultants also Gov. Walter Petersons ciUrens cent on income over from had the opportunity to mate the made a sampling to determine lask.force has. discovered the stocks, bonds, notes, mortgages check they've made." He added, whether significant discrepan- stae failed to collect up to JJ and trust funds or estates whose however, that "we will continue ties existed between returns state failed'to collect up to JJ million in interest and dividend taxes over the past three years, Hoyden Sanders; Jr., task force chairman said today. not have the same impact en A aa me merest ana aiviaeods At Cape Kennedy, astro- the public as manned flights. levy, enacted in laxei res- CONCORD, N.H. (AP) idents at the rate of .Sande'rs-'said.task force con- sultants'ma'de study of federal and stale tax records aid concluded" that nearly half the residents owing taxes on in- terest and.', dividends had'not even, filed, returns. that-were filed; he were cases in which the income reported to stale, differed "appreciably from the.amounts reported-lo the federal goverEment. The interest and dividends McCtttchen Suggests Review Of City's Borrowing Hqbtts Br CLAUDETTE DUROCRER debtedness.beyond a period that Tft 9 ToHaV fn Tlannie -T 1c In a letter to Uayor Dennis J Sullivan, as chairman of the fi- dent." nance committee, City Planner Of the 11 bond issues out and himself to. meet with'the fi- >.wku uu h., voj tub VVMU AMUCA n3-DC6 committee lo study the Fred'D. McCutchen suggests, a standing (excluding t ch o o 1 situation arid arrive 'at the best meeting of the group be points. out, nine are borrowing policy. lhl> riff't Tvirrflirinff ffir M x-Aarr trr-n 1 On the "Neverett purchase, McCutchen agrees with Sullivan f euu ttIC lUf (IVC McCutchen's letter also asks a years. The amounts range from three-month delay In the par- down to chase of the Neverett property chase of the Neverett property Many of these, bond issues, on th'e-need for more study be- so the planning department can the city planner .maintains,'e purcliase'is made. conduct an in-depth study 'of might better have been limited i City Hall office needs for a 10- to .10 or 15-year, maturities rather than 20 years. 'so he'says; "the in-the tax rate would and'tie re- year projection. it Is expected that McCuIch- en's proposal will be 'considered in at tomorrow night's meeting cf 5 "la' re- the finance committee. Also on in total interest costs .1.------. .......aad duration of indebtedness would be significant. It is the accumulative effect of all these long-term bond issues Lbal the city jbould be watchful of.'-' the agenda will be. a. damage assessment resolution for acquisition of "the Neverrlt properly. McCutchen states in his letter that from his experience in working on the capital Improve- ment program, he has noted It has been the .city's practice, with few exceptions, to select a 20-year maturity span for bond Isjuej. Noting it would be Ideal If the city were able to finance all of Its capital Improvements by di- rect appropriations, McCntchen tils that tHi ii Impractical and longer term borrowing is found both necessary ind, (o some ex- tent, desirable. Bond Issues "In reviewing past, bond Is- he continues, "i! would apptar that city has over- ewdjfd IU of borrow- ing money from the standpoint et costly. Interest payments the.cityVbonded in- PIZZA by Charles Famous thruout New England H7W. PEARL ST. finest in Pizzas Grinders (an varieties) Regular 90c PLAIN PIZZA TUESDAY 7Cr ONLY OC 88V-4542 3ptn 11 A.M. t p.m; July 24.-' Suiday Prayers Around the' Sunday, prayers for safe jpnrney for tie .astro- _-- a million, million said.the Rev. Piul J.A. Noren in a service "While.House, "we ask Thy di- vine protection for 'our iloneers who -will soon makt. ootprints on the .Pope Paul, speaking exlempo- aneonsly, from..the.window ol the papal palace at Castel Gan- dolfo in "Let us 'de- vote-.our. thought to the: astro- "Science ind technique mint- 'fit. themselvei In such tn in- comparable arid 'audacious -way lo .mark the, peak W 'their allow, for forecast ot .more. which evtn .the imagination failj nauts. -'.'Sderice. 'fictiihj come'i Man Ii it (he center, of tilj na- dtrtifing and appears' (6 01 as a Two Nisuhaiu'are'rnembert'of irginha'tions playui'g: Vital' roles n the f ortbcoming lunar mlssiorC RiroU W. RilliseyVton'of HIT- old J. Keats; St.'is an-ieropace engineer En the Ni- donil Space Ajt muilstntion'i llinhiU'Spi'ce Flight Ala! The bpse Situm V rocket which wffl U 'from' earth was developed under the direction ol the.'Manhall NASA's -Jin, .Theresa.'Melbourne, daughter of Mr. ind Vrsl'Georie Flandtn, JJ4 Uie SL, Ii'i 'sec- 11' Missioii retary in the Support OperaBoni Branch 'iU Ihe Center This branch prepared Ihe.Sat- urn rocket for Its historic shot Wednesday. Halliscy is a Louis; High School, Biddeford, Mf.t and received his engineering degree In 1955 from the Unrrerrity of New Hampshire.; Mrs. Melbourne Is'a of Nashua High School. Her has-' Larry' Ux son and Mrj. Frank Mel- 177 North St, Uflford, Conn.1.-- Predict New Gipng Offense By RICHARD PYLE SAIGON (AP) U.S.: forces Fought a series of 'skirmishes with enemy forces "on the in provincej northwest of Saigon where American .offi- cers say Communist push may be developing, the US. Command laid today. A total of SI enemy were' re- ported killed in the including II In the second day o( fjgh'ling on Ilie lower ilopej of Black- Virgin moun- tain, which doaln ales rice plain j around Tay Ntoh City. Light; icatteied contact was reported from other parts of the country the first Urge contingent of VS. Msrines boarded ships at Di N'ang (a pull Out of the war tone. The iiWfl raea of the Ma- rine Regiment's lit, Battalion ire part of the American I sbted lo leave Vietnam by-the end-of August under Presl de nt Nlxon'l withdraw il order.- The-U.S. Command also >n- noiinced .that additional ele- mehlj oJ the Hh Infantry D tion and a National Guard unit, the (Wth Mfdicil Velaclimtet, will leire for the Vnited Sdtei oo, Taesaay. '-The first targe body of iraops fn the withdrawal we re. 114 ben of the tth.Divlsfon who flew noine July t.'-' .-thi ina'rpest'fighting reported today 'occurred'; Saoday after- noon it troops'of 1st laftntryDrriffofl probed the lower slopei ol Black Virgia mountain. The 1st Division men hid re- ported killing Viet Cong oil Saturday 'when they went in Check the. result] of Bil itrikel on eiieray positions'on thie fun- gled slopes. Artillery and fighter-bombers pounded the mountainside igata Sunday as the irmbred Iroo'pl fired at areas where' enemy troopi were holed up In eri, caves tod trenches. Public Hearing On Parking Plan tomorrow Nighl Free parking fa the do irea on Thursday rngnti and in- day Saturday) win be considered it a public hearing tomorrow right p. m. In the iU wird room. To conduct the bearing will the iVJermank traffic which originally backed pro- Toe committee scrapped recommendation in fiver of hetring after Mayor Denris'J. Sufflvaa exhfbited. resbtancc to the plin. .The parking formulited after, the Downtown Association rnjuested. free .park- ing on Saturdayi. to preserve downtown economy in' the face e( incrt4jing MtfipttitloA from lying ibopping ;