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Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 20, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire Today's Chuckle "George said the fashion expert's child, "was the first in war, first in peace, and first to wear a wig and white stretch pants with boots." Nashua Celeoraph Ntw Hampshire's Largtst ivming Ntwspaptr J 9. Weather. I 'Cieor, Cool1 TdriigHt Fair, Cool Saturday Report On Pogt Two VOL 101 NO. 91 Continuing New Hampshire Telegraph Established October NASHUA, NEW HAMPSHIRE, FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1969 Second Class Postage Paid At Nashua, N. H. 26 PAGES Price TEN CENTS Fourth Street Blaze Is Repeat for Owner Today's early-morning fire-at 7 Fourth St., which routed at center, firemen head for the shingles to chop holes for water. six families from their apartments, was a repeat performance for At right firemen begin mopping up operations after, fire and owner Paul Cassavaugh of 48 Lock St., whose building at 53 Ash as dawn approached. The roof collapsed partially. St., burned last March. At left, flames shoot from the roof, and and Harrigan) 6 Families Flee Mornin By JOHN' had not yet reached under control in about eaves, but was quickly well as food, clothing, :and For lhe second time portion of the meaning that QPVPPSI characteristic where the fire was homeless in the fire had Ihis to. s-y con- iniMiwioj acvciai comparisons with it was heading." families of these six the cause of. lhe'. blaze: i3rnili6s DGGII Street fire, in which at the scene for more Holmes, Donald feel that the probable homeless as a result of along a similar attic hours, and flames St. Onge, Richard could very well have: been general alarm great concern for leaping through the roof Edward Emmons, and over-fusing of electrical cir- house of a. Bergeron, a He said that he and the An early-morning similarity of the .glass littered needs for the fire marshal had. arrived which fire officials say was the manner in as firemen hacked their are being cared for by this preliminary conclusion probsblv caused bv a flames spread. In partitions and the Civil Defense office, an inspection this morning. the partitions of the building in an attempt the direction of George Tanguay in the direc- circuit, destroyed a were open, and and put out the Included in this aid of firemen's efforts was.Dep- ment house at 7 4th St., owned bv the same via these spaces to times, fire broke special formula for an Albert 'Paul. whose similar structure was ravaged by flames four months ago. Owner Listed The owner is Paul Cassa-vaugh, of 48 Lock St. He also was listed as the owner- of -There were, however, two im-jortant. differences .this time, Chief Tanguay noted. The siding on the 4th Street House was asphalt Instead of asbestos, and the fire was not contained in the Eyes Deal With Hanoi For Release of Massive From War Zone apartment house at 53 Ash St. which burned March 7. In that general-alarm fire, five families, including 13 of help to firemen was absence of show. "This Tanguay said, "we were able to get ladders up, to- PETER GROSE Ntw York TinHi Ntwi Sirvlot WASWT'NfJTOTC TT n i t p flights, carried out reg ularly to check on the posture of two North Vietnamese but if .the message is that Hanoi is- now willing to consider a form of ba'rgainirig.'d'ver By FRANK to go up interest t o go up, and the other factors through rather-loud .and clear froth these elections: were left homeless. alarm for this We weren't hampered by AdXUll U J.W11 U 11 1 I C State! officials are just north of 41ie. de militarized zone, are prisoners' release it should be worthwhile lo a direct WAoxxUNLrlUJ-N (.Ar; people in our blaze was rung in direct bid to Hanoi to return ground fire and do officials said. President Nixon says our small towns, and in 721 at a.m., with fighters terms for the strafing Henry Cabot holds out hope for massive troop withdrawals from Vietnam by the end of 1970 and that his efforts to of the Treasury David M. Kennedy suggested last week that wage-price controls might be sought should the are fed up to here with violence 'and lawlessness and they want, candidates who will take a strong stand against it. call coming at a.m. Units .from Central, Lake Street, Amherst Stret and Crown Hill stations answered the by the thick smoke which blanketed the area. Several men gulped oxygen administered by helpers. American prisoners in Nort Vietnam. ..Up to now, both sides batteries which fire on lhe low-flying photo reconnaissance planes. Threat chief U.S. negotiator in lhe Paris talks, brings up the jrisoner question at most of (he weekly meetings. After one the nation's out of hand, although that is the message for Chief Albert giving any Hanoi commentary last month, the NorM fires will start having House said there are in the future." an occupant of the otncia s said they naa bargaining over the status which revived the negotiator, X u z effect within two or for such action al (saying .the people Edward Emmons, putting American said there would be i against lawlessness, noticed the fire. He pleas for trial in North Vietnam, of lhe prisorf rs Other for. his reading of put his hand on a of prisoners or even special point of long as lhe U.S. "continues Nixon, in a widerangirig, 32 minute news conference Thurs day, also touched on the out come of municipal elections in New York City, his missile de fense system and who ordered by generally conservative candidates for mayor of Los Angeles and Minneapolis, and similar upsets by conservative forces in both the Republican and Democratic primaries do not believe the great majority of the American people in our cities are anti-Negro. I do not believe they are anti-poor or antiwelfare, or reactionary, or members of which was hot enough to send 'him through the building arousing his neighbors. All of the occupants left the structure safely. Blind Attic By the time firemen in Today's Edition Wednesday night at Holman Stadium, 529 Nashua High information about them on legal or humanitarian terms lave so far fallen on deaf ears lanoi spokesmen have said reg ularly that only after the Viet naffl war is ended can there flights, leading some ana-ysts to conclude that Hanoi was linting at a link between lhe two issues. The political program of the South Vietnamese National aggressive war in Vietnam." Letters have been received in lie .U.S. from fewer than 100 prisoners; Hanoi broadcasts over the years have either named or carried lhe voices of o t h e r s permitting tentalive wiretap of Dr. Luther of New York, had worked up the their diplomas resolution of the Front appears to of a b out 100 at his Adam's apple the major military of the building and commencement release of prisoners with Visitors to North Viet- f 1 1 of to to work their way State payment of have seen or interviewed ins firsL nationally televised anc broadcast meeting with is the message Page blind attic. At this point, of the 1969 officials' are not even cer-ain how many prisoners war damage, after a peace of these known prisoners, men April 18. Asked about a proposal bj former Democratic Secretary o Defense Clark Clifford of Education arc included In today's edition of the Telegraph. The special section can be found beginning on page held by North Vietnam. About 800 fliers have been shot own the air war of these ideas finds immediate acceptance in which seems to be availa-b e for public display. U.S. combat troops be pulled out of Vietnam by the end of the year, and that al combat ground forces withdraw by the end of 1970 Nixon Incident at features and special rticles ta today's paper in-lude: The third in a series of years ago; estimates ol tiose who might still be alive ary from 300 to 600. If Hanoi should show any will-ngness to discuss their Dispute of the four sites being KENNETH 3. some organized effort to "As far as how many will Board of Education will while the seniors and created a for the "super" officials are letting it (AP) lhe controllers not show withdrawn by the end of the future "scaling" the stadium practicing said that police complex for the city. that even a military crisis that year, or the end of next year, High graduates' caps group and classes went on QUO is not to be ruled oul s a means of obtaining chaos at key he said lhe associalion Mr Clifford's timetable audience, Superintendent said a student was with dismissal at fifth In a series of the country on one urged lhe men to go back to Edmund M. Keefe said the day because he with Headstart on n examp e ci is t busiest days following a four-hour At the June 8 Midway to a teacher. He said said the authorities Is entitled: "Word Skill .1. this morning with the Thursday night in meeting between Nixon anc South Vietnamese directive .follows incidents in Holman Stadium later returned with a group of supporters, non-students, their investigation of the Word Page the North Vietnamese of a dispute resulting from air controllers' between PATCO officials and lhe FAA in which Nguyen Van Thieu, an when two spectators, X Jt being overworked and understandings had been plan to pull out Ahiori cans later this summer was de cided. "We will withdraw Nixon told his news a woman teacher, were struck by the flying caps. Keefe said that the stiff edging of the graduation caps can cause serious injury. He reported that Set to The Nashua FAA Center was not affected by the dispute according to Waldo Aldrich, assistant chief controller at over basic controller complaints. Airports around the .country reported controllers were showing up to work in usual numbers promising another review of the situation in August. When asked to assess the troubled economy, the chief of the 529 young men and women graduates skimmed head apparel "as high and as far as they Bond Issue traffic control facility. F. Lee Bailey, attorney for he Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization, operations were returning to normal following Bailey's sending out word the dispu'ts wns ovqr. ecutive said actions taken ny nij administration "will begin educator also commented jriefly on a disorder CLAUDETTE vetoed the states that lack of house and a parking an end to the dispute when he said this morning who been -'calling in asking for sick leave hava have effect within a matter High at 1 d e r m a-n i c I talked to him for City Hall is the to the Board of had urged its members gotten well, 'super- two to three months" in cooling off the inflation spiral. But Maurice L. Arel Arel said, "the for his negative stand on the1 bond issue the properties bear an assessed valuation of to work on a normal at the air traffic control center for the ClilcagpVarea re- added, rather ominously: "If our projection proves to be wrong, then we will have to look to other courses of action, because we cannot allow prices IN THE TELEGRAPH Abby 15 Nashua Scene 4 Jaker 17 Obituaries he expects the Board of Aldermen to easily override Mayor Dennis J. Sullivan's veto of the bond issue resolution thinking of letting the resolution take effect without his signature." The aldermanic president also recalled that Sullivan was I were agreeable to every spending resolution that is brough In, we would be in the same boa' as our state government, A. Dionne, chairman of the assessors, said the firm was granted an abatement last year on claim that it has suffered financial loss in being controllers either called n sick in unusually high numbers Thursday or applied Federal Aviation Administration safe-y rules so strictly that Similar reports caine from key -centers at- New York aiid other cities. .v. The controllers' have, been de- PIZZA by 17 Pearson- 4 Classifieds Sports 18, 19 21, 22, 23, 24, 25 Suburban 6, the Neverett in favor of the resolution when it was discussed and seeking millions in additional revenue to cover expenditures that were authorized to lease the garage because of the city's indecisive up to four hours behind chedule and airlines canceled improved working conditions and belter career Bailey Famous thruout New 20 Taylor 4 Crossword 3 Television veto will be for passage by the of the money to reached at his the FAA had agreed to con- 147 W. PEARL 4 Theaters at the he of the firm include said it would be these problems. Finest in Pizzas 8 Dr. Thostcson 16 toroscope 15 Weather 2 Tuesday night. Arel of Expansion In his veto notices, Mayor Neverett properties include a vacant brick garage, an Neverett, president; William V; Neverett, treasurer; and to say. an agreement had >een reached between the FAA Administrator John II. Shaffer said today he was (a vane said he was surprised the PATCO, since that with the controllers' lion. a Regular 90c So Special nfic ncrAhhCh hope they will be back 'at full he said, indicat- -ing a return lo normal opera- Walter TAPE SALE in on a day traditionally ona of the busiest for the airliners') Shaffer added (here "is recog- TUESDAY -7CC ONLY 3 Telephone 88V-4542 Dpen 1 1 A.M. to 2 TRUST? minimum balance if you're under 65 speak tonight Channels 8, 9, and Selection FOTOMART CAMERA Corn. 178. MAIN If! rnUUnLJJ at Nashua Wallpaper need for additional ijir traffic control staffing to meet the demands on the system and the FAA is, in- fact, studying second career opportunities for controllers ancl-or early rclice- Mon. thru if you're over. That's TO STATE W. Pearl St. 882-9491 as ways to make tho 3. P.M. ta Tllliri. Frl. NlRlili 'Til ;