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Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 31, 1986, Nashua, New Hampshire L i�5 scattered i showers i tomorrow i r Sec Page la i Shultz wants to replace Salt la. Page 2 Navy buries forgotten hero. Page 3 Hudson considers residency tax repeal. Page 17 celtic Green turns to Gold f to p i because Al Auerbach. Page 5 v i merr neck shines in Junior olympics. Page 5 Nashua Telegraph serving Nashua and Southern new Hampshire vol. 118 no. 52saturday, May 31, 1986 32 pages 30 cents18 die As tour bus plunges into River Ohio group begins . Visit Concord apr gov John Sununu told a joint Ohio new Hampshire citizen group Friday that new England should consider buying electricity from the Midwest As a Way to help curb acid rain the Cost of electricity in new England is about 8 cents per kilowatt hour 2-3 cents higher than in the Midwest Sununu said. He suggested new England could buy Power from the Midwest for a higher Price than the Market rate in the Midwest but less than the Market rate in new England a and the additional income for Midwest utilities would go toward efforts to curb acid rain. A it would be a bargain for us to Reserve electric to for less than what we re paying Sununu said while also reducing an environmental problem in the Northeast. The plan would require creation of a Power Grid to transmit the electricity from one Region to the other Sununu addressed the acid rain partnership consisting of members of the Ohio environmental Council and the new Hampshire citizens task Force on acid rain. Nine members of the Ohio group began a weekend visit to new Hampshire repaying a visit to Ohio earlier this year by the new Hump Shire group the partnership is trying to develop a plan to Deal with the environmental threat that Many scientists say is caused by air pollution principally Fulfur dioxide emissions from Coal fired Power plants in the Midwest Sununu. A Republican said his democratic counterpart in Ohio. Gov. Richard Celeste has a sincere understanding of the problems we face in new Hampshire a especially the Impact of acid rain on tourism tourism in new Hampshire expected to generate Over is billion for new Hampshire this year and represents As much As one fifth of the states Gross product Sununu told the partnership acid rain has been blamed for making lakes and streams throughout the Northeast too acidic to support aquatic life. Index classified i 19-23 i classified ii 24-31 comics puzzles to editorial 14 entertainment la financial 8 health to lotteries 16 Washington apr defense secretory Caspar w Weinberger in a move described As a bid to improve East West dialogue has invited his soviet counterpart to visit the United states this year Weinberger a invitation to soviet defense minister Sergei Sokol m delivered through diplomatic Chan Nels. Has yet to produce a response officials said Weinberger wrote congressional leaders in a letter dated april 23 of his decision to invite Sokolov to the i med states but the move w As not confirmed by Pentagon spokesman Robert Sims until Friday i believe that properly Struc tured defense exchanges with the soviets could be a useful adjunct to our diplomatic efforts to build a More stable relationship. A Weinberger wrote the chairmen of the soviet Page 16 obituaries 13 regional 17 sports 5-7 television 9 Tolini quickie All that stands Between some people and the top of the ladder is the ladder. W Alker Calif apr a tour bus carrying residents of a retirement Home careened at High Speed off a twisting Mountain Road and plunged into an icy. Swift running River Friday killing 18 people and injuring 24. Authorities said the death toll made it the worst . Bus crash in nearly six years. There was confusion Over the number of people aboard the bus. And divers searched the West Fork of the w Alker River for More victims the bus. Bringing passengers Back to Santa Monica Calif., after four Day Outing to Reno was 90 Miles Southeast of Reno on . 395 when it bounced off a Fence and plunged Down a 15-foot embankment into the Walker River it flipped Over and then lodged upright on rocks with its rear ripped apart in a few feet of racing water the California Highway patrol said the River is near flood stage and seven feet deep in some spots Mono county sheriffs department investigator John Daniels said the Accident apparently was caused by excessive Speed and no other vehicles were involved the condition of the Driver was not immediately determined the cup initially said that 49 were aboard but Bob Grunbaum. A spokesman for starline Tours of Santa be Springs Calif said the company believed the bus was carrying 44 people and a spokesman at the Bally grand hotel in Reno. Nev., where the tour stopped said there were 42 aboard a there were bodies All Over the place Quot said Alex Mcewan. Owner of the nearby Mountain Gate Lodge w to helped remove the victims a i believe quite a few got washed out through the Back when the win Dow. Popped out a couple of the people we carried out died at the Side of the one of the passengers Valerie Webb said she was hurled into the aisle when the bus crashed and saw her husband. Buster tossed out a window As people fell on top of her. Quot he went out the window and i thought he was floating Down the River it he said a it was horrible not knowing where he Webb later turned up among the Surv ivors Rescue workers and All available ambulances and helicopters from 50 Miles rushed to the scene eight Miles South f Walker in the Sierra Nevada More than seven hours after the to so a m put Accident authorities were Smi searching the water downstream for More victims. Quot you just Don t know which Way a body will go in that stuff Daniels said if they were to hit a Rock there s no telling where they might wind up a the 24 injured were taken to six hospitals in Reno and Carson City Nev and Bridgeport. Mammoth and Bishop Calif Salt ii Nhis soul Sayfi Ujek Gratt Back tothe five and dime at Nashua s p w. Woolworth they do things the old fashioned Way. And that a just Fine with the customers. Photos by Kathy Seward celebrating memorial Day several thousand people turned out to watch Nashua a memorial Day Parade Friday some of the action included clockwise from top. Members of the first regiment firing their muskets Rena Sarno squirting water on Lindsey St Onge a member of the Hudson suburban kid ettes and members of the Hudson american legion Post 48 color guard unit pause for taps. More photos pages 16. 17, related Story Page 32 substitute offered Washington apr us arms control director Kenneth l Adelman says the United states has offered the soviet Union Quot a substitute regime for the Salt ii treaty that could reduce Long Range nut Lear warheads on both sides if they come Down in the number of warheads they will find we will come Down Quot Adelman said in an interview related article Page 2. The . Official said there was no need for negotiations to put the new controls into effect talks in Geneva Over 14 months have failed to produce significant headway toward a new agreement to curb bombers submarines and land based missiles a we Are going to be watching what the soviet Levels Adelman said. And deploy . Strategic weapons to match the soviet president Reagan in a decision announced tuesday said the United states would disregard the ceiling the Quot fundamentally flawed Quot 1979 treaty imposes on Long Range bombers carrying cruise missiles Salt ii Page 16 soviet official invited to a a Ito visit l it. Gilson Road revisited a the Gilson Road treatment Plant has been Paul Heirtzler a baby almost from its inception. Five months later a Hudson a town Council form of government is 5 months old. How Well is it working tournament time a its state tournament time again. For All the results see sundays sports Section

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