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Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 11, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire Today's Chuckle "A mother who saves for a rainy toy Is likely to send the kids to the movies. New Hampshire's Largest Evening Newspaper... Cloudy, tonight, and'JJii VOL 101 NO 189 TWU lui ixw. 191 Contuwtoj the New HkmpsUre Tclegnpb ErtiUfcbed October 20, 18M NASHUA, NEW HAMPSHIRE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER M. Second Qua Postage PiM AtNuhuvN.H. 26 PASES, Prlw TEN CENTS Parfc Monumenf Installed George Sargent, left, chairman of the Park-Recreation Commission, and Edwin Schroeder, parks superintendent, guide the new monument for Memorial Park off Ledge Street to its base. The stone, commemorating servicemen of the. 'Vietnam and other wars, in renaming Textile Field, weighs two tons and will 'rest on a base four feet deep. Dedica- tion ceremonies will be held at 2 Sunday. McLaughlin Enters Contest For Mayor r By. CLAUDETTE DUROCflER Philip J. McLaughlin, retired police captain, today, announced he is a candidate for mayor in the Nov. i municipal election. "My campaign 'activities will be modest in scope but sufficient to dearly define my attitudes and objectives and entirely sufficient to. describe the difference be- tween myself and iny McLaughlin said this morning at' a press conference in IKS home at. 3JJ4 Russell. Avenue. Although he is only the second candidate to declare for mayor in .the Nov. 4 election, McLaugh- lin several times referred to his and alluded to a three-man field, presumably with Mayor Dennis J. Sullivan as the third candidate. "I assure zhy opponents; of my personal he said. "My campaign shall be directed. to- ward neither. It is directed to- ward-the city, the citizens, the .office of mayor and the Heads Program Currently the director.of the city's housing coda enforcement -program, a post he plans to re-- IVixon Takes Steps To Soften Protests By FRANK CORMIER WASHINGTON (AP) Presi- dent gathering Vietnam policy advisers from near and far, is taking a quick series of. steps aimed at stealing some thunder from next Wednesday's antiwar protests.' Gen. Earle chair- man of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, "was 'called in today on his just-completed survey trip to the war possible prel- ude to an announcement of fur- ther U.S.' troop withdrawal plans. Other members of the joint chiefs and Defense Secretary llelvin R. Laird also were invit- ed to today's, session. On Friday, the President sijent nearly an hour with for- mer'Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey. The Democrat ANTIQUING KITS AVAILABLE .Full Line of Colors Green Stamps Nashua Wallpaper Co. 129 W. Pearl St. SS2-W91 Won. thru Sat. Open Thurs. 'til 9 emerged with an endorsement- of Nixon's Vietnam policies and a suggestion the chief executive be .given from home- front try to make them work. Humphrey .indicated he had been told a few secrets about a plan, but he would not elaborate.. .A few hours after the Nixbn- Humphrey meeting, -the _ White House announced the President would appoint Selective Service director to take over in February for.Lt. Gen. Lewis B. a target of youth- ful antiwar activists. Laird struck a blow for the President's Vietnam policy on Thursday when he hinted a new U.S. combat posture in Vietnam could cut battle deaths to a min- inum. This came soon after. Ameri- can authorities in Saigon an- nounced the lowest casualty toll any week in al- most three years of the war. tain during the campaign. Me- Laughlin, 56, said his candidacy is predicated upmi his experience as a concerned citizen, upon his keen awareness of municipal problems and upon his intense personal involvement in widely diversified areas of civic life. "I am running for the office of ..mayor because I am successor, "very" likely" a civilian, has not been selected but named yery near future." He will be appointed'.deputy direptor of Selective; and'-Hersheys main job for the next few months would be' to show the new man the ropes. When the new draft director B. HEHSHET t akes over' Feb; -16, Hershey Is his new task: advis- ing'.on manpower mobilization, problems; aiding the transition to'a "youngest-first draft and helping to develop a stand- by draft: for the day when' the Plea For Fluoridation City Clerk Lionel Guilbert, right, in- spects a petition aimed at putting the left, Dr. Robert W. Lavallee and Dr. Ar- thur Cornell i, both and Alder- issue of fluoridation of Nashua's water man-at-Large Bertrand Bouchard, chair: supply on the November ballot. The peti- tion, which its sponsors say bears more than 300 names, was submitted by, from man of the local fluoridation committee. nation can turn to an all-vblun- leer armed force. President Nixon announced he would nominate'Hershey to the rank of full rank now held by only 16 mern-and said the nation owes Hershey a "well done" for his distinguished serv- ice. Hershey declined comment, but there seemed Ujile doubt he was leaving reluctantly, fired by a President whose draft views he" supported jwith thing is'almost bfinJ, had often said he did not plan to resign voluntarily unless he be- came too ill to do his job. Ziegler said, in answer to questions, that Hershey is "in' excellent health and in excellent spirits." Asked whether Hershey or the President had; Initiated Her- shey's reassignment, Ziegler responded, "The President made the determination to give 'Gen. Hershey the new responsi- bility as we move into these new areas, he felt he would ba .'well-advised to have Gen. Her- shey in a position as his advis- er.'' But; the new areas Nixon wants to'explore GEN. I1ERSHEY Page 1 Marijuana Grown In Lyndeboro By MHJDHED UBBY LYNDEBORO Reed T. Hub- bard, 27, of Lyndeboro Center Road, who allegedly grew marl- juana behind his home, has been charged -with "manufacturing .a controlled drug" following a raid by local and state police. Hubbard, authorities said, will be. arraigned Friday in Milford District Court. He has been re- leased in J1.500 bail. Hubbard, who formerly lived near Boston, was apprehended late yesterday in a plot at the rear of his home. Officials said they found marijuana plants which will be examined in the Stale Police laboratory. Concord. Other types of drugs were found in Hubbard's house, and in his barn, police said. The raid was led by Chief Rob- ert Mackintosh, Slate Police Lt. Louis Rougeau and Trooper Mau- rice Gagnon. FUEL OIL SAVE MORE With LORDEN OIL CO. INC. SERVING .NASHUA A.ND SUEEOUSD1XO TOWTtS 465-2267 PARK FREE SHOP SATURDAYS All Day In Downtown Nashua close to MO businesses to choose from NASHUA TRUST has h a p p i I y been paying daily interest on 5% Time Deposit accounts since 1967. UEUBKB F.D.I.C. TAX PREPARATION Federal and Stale FRED ACKLBY Public Accountant 883-3912 RICH'S Self-Service Depf. Store TURNPIKE PLAZA Route 151A Amherst St. WILL BE Monday 10 AM-10 P.M. Redeem your coupons all day Columbus Day. NASHUA'S FACTOEI .AUTHOR I ZEI> DEALER SKI-DDO Sti-Doo Suits It Boots Trailers Sleds Accessories It Parts Nashua Auto Co. Outdoor Recreation Center 28J Main Street, Nashua, N. H. RICH'S Comera Deportment Turnpike Plaza Color Slide Film K 135 20 exposures ;