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Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 16, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire Help Needy At Christmas With Santa Fund Donation Today's Chuckle Heaven help us if we dis- cover that other are inhabited think of the in- crease in our foreign aid. Nashua Ntw Hampshire's Lorgtst Evening Newspaper... J. Weather Clear, Cold.Tonight Fair, Cold Wednesday VOL. 101 NO. 244 Continuing tht New Hampshire Telegnpb Established October NASHUA, NEW HAMPSHIRE, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1969 TEN CENTS This sketch prepared by Huygens and Tappe Inc., architects, shows the park- ing structure and office building proposed by the Indian Head National Bank. Indian Head Bank To Erect Downtown Office Building Plans for the construc- tion of a new parking struc- ture and office building in downtown Nashua were announced today by the Indian Head National Bank. Facilities Plumed To be included in .the new faqlitiM are tiistMB- and oriploye ptittng arets, provision {or ik drive-in teller-' windows and an enclosed walk- up teller station. Also anticipated ii the devel- opment of a multi-story builuing above the parking deck. The building is to be con- structed on a site bounded by Church Street, Temple Street, Court Street and Cottage Street which is near 'the bank's home office on Main Street. A bank spokesman said build- ing cost estimates were not available and no date has been set for the start of construction. Designed by Huygens and Tappe Inc. of Boston, the part- ing structure will be framed in textured precast concrete. The lame material will be employed oh the fully air-conditioned of- fice building. Broad expanses of bronze tinted glass in dark bronze colored frames will be used in the window areas. The architect's rendering of the plans shows an extension of the customer parking facili- ties to include the entire area bounded by Church and This will be accomplished by decking over the present em- ploye parking area, making parking available on. both levels. The six drive-ins will be sit- uated at the Cottage Street end of the area beneath the deck. The entrance will be from Temple Street wim the exit on Church Steet. drive-ins, 36 cars could be ac- commodated at one time with- out' interfering with-normal street traffic. Install Elevator The multi-story office build- ing, which will be available by elevator from the deck level, will provide for expansion of the main office facilities and 44'ivv'fiiei Senate Bars Combat Troops For Duty in Thailand, Laos By JOHN LENGEL .WASHINGTON (AP) The Senate approved nearly J70 bil- lion for defense, turning aside a last thrust by Safeguard oppo- nents, and banning funds for any U.S. combat troops in Thai- land and Laos. Approved 85-4, the Senate's version setting defense appro- priations at billion was some billion less than asked by the Pentagon. The House has approved ?70 billion. An addi- tional ?2 billion for military housing and construction will be covered in other legislation. Senate galleries were cleared and chamber doors bolted Mon- day for debate that led to a ban on using money for "introduc- tion of American ground troops in Labs and Thailand." The vote on this amendment was 73-1? after two hours of secret discus- sion, only the fifth time since World War II the chamber has been closed. Claims Waste In the Safeguard debate Re- publican, Margaret Chase Smith of Maine said, "I am all the SENATE Page 2 Santa Fund Trails 1968 Pace by By MICHELE BUJOLD With only eight days left until Christmas, the Telegraph Santa Fund is running behind last year's total at this time. Current donations amount to 688.W, still a long way oft from the required in 1968 to help all the area's needy. But the requests for help to the Salvation Army are not run- ning behind last year's pace sayi Captain Charles Sargent, local of- ficer in charge. Those needing the Salvation Army's holiday gift of a food order, a clothing order and a new toy for each child, are numerous as ever. The requests come from the needy, the unfortunates and the forgotten elderly. Often, they are from widowed or fami- lies where the father has desert- ed, and the welfare check is just enough to cover the bills. There is nothing left for Christmas. Or perhaps the request is from the working father of a large family of 10 or more children whose wages are not sufficient to support so many people and have extra during the holiday season. Wherever the requests come from really doesn't matter. What does matter is that these people are hi need they need assist- ance from an affluent society that can well afford to give it to them. Make your Christmas a little brighter donate to the Santa Fund. Today's total was given an- other tremendous boost by a FUND TRAILS Page 2 TONIGHT IN THE TELEGRAPH Abby Anderson Biossat Classifieds 27. 28, 29 '70 Chevrolets CARS TRUCKS Daily Rentals as .low as r day Call Teri 888-1121 MacMulkin Chevrolet NASHUA'S ONLY FAOTOBI AUTHOB1ZED DEALER SKI-DOO Ski-boo Suits Booti Trailers Sleds Accessories Parts Nashua Auto Co; Outdoor Recreation Center 283 Main Street, Nashua, N. B. NASHUA MALL IS OPEN EVERY NIGHT 'TIL 10 P.M. NOW TIL CHRISTMAS Comics Crossword Editorial Financial Horoscope Lawrence Nashua Scene 4 Obituaries Reston Sports Suburban Sulzburger Television 26 Theaters 4 24. 25 10 12 26 Dr. Thosteson 27 Weather FUEL OIL SAVE MORE With LORDEN OIL CO. INC. SERVING NASHUA AND 8UBROUHD1NG TOWNS .465-2267 RICH'S SELF-SERVICE DEPARTMENT STORE Park Free! Amherst St. iMilford Rd.l, Junction of Everett Turnpike 4-DAY "LAST Ml NUTE" SALE STARTS 10 a.m. TOMORROW (IF YOU HAVEN'T RECEIVED OUR MAGE MAILER, WE HAVE ONE HERE IN OUR BIG STORE JUST FOR YOUI) Library Project, Land Acquisition Vetoed By Mayor By Claudette Durocher Mayor Dennis J. Sullivan strung up five more vetoes today in an attempt to block the library construc- tion project, purchase of the Neverett property and installation of a 40-unit radio station for the De- partment of Public Works. Vetoed by the mayor were three resolutions which wrapped up the con- troversy ridden library project. Match Donation They provided a two-part funding plan to put up the city's to match the sup- plementary donated by Eliot A. Carter and awarded for the taking of six properties in the Park Street area for construction of the li- brary. The Neverett resolution made a second trip to the mayor's desk, where it was already vetoed, to clear up legal diU ficulties hindering the sale of in bonds to finance pur- chase of the Garden Street property. Transfers within the DPW budget to to finance the radio installation were authorized in the fifth res- olution vetoed by Sullivan. All of the Vetoed measures will return "to the Board of Al- dermen Tuesday night for an- other vote of approval. The meeting will be the board's final session before its tenure expires Dec. 31. Sullivan said the radio system resolution would be vetoed con- ditionally. He said he is not opposed to the installation of a radio system but favors 20 units to start instead of 40. The partial Installation, he said, would allow the DPW to gauge maintenance and repair costs be- fore committing itelf to a com- plete system. A contract award for purchase of the system was considered by the finance committee last night but no final action was taken be- cause the committee lacked a quorum. Sullivan said he would issue a statement later today to explain further his stand on the library vetoes. He has opposed further appro- priations for the library because of long-range costs anticipated for the joint library-arts and science center project. Trustees Comment In another development, the Board of Library Trustees an-' swered charges leveled against it by the advocates of the Hill Pond site for the new library! The Mill Pond group yesterday Called for Frank 3. Clancy, chairman of the library building committee, to publicly admit he VETOES PROJECT Page 1 GIs To Quit Viet By April 15 By JOHN HI. HIGHTOfffR WASHINGTON (AP) Presi- dent Nixon is pulling out anoth- er troops from South Viet- nam but over than he .allowed .tor. previous withdrawals, evidently because of the growing possibility of a major new enemy offensive. Nixon announced his third cutback in a television speech Monday night. He set April 15, four months from now, as the deadline for removing the For his two previous withdrawals he had allowed about three months each. Warns Hanoi The President coupled his an- nouncement with a renewed warning to North Vietnam that he will take "strong and effec- tive measures" if he finds that "increased enemy action jeop- ardizes our remaining forces in Vietnam." At (he same time he said bt had received "cautiously opti- reports from'observeri ami from U.S. civilian and mili- tary leaden In Vietnam. quoted from a report made to him by one Rotert Thompson, a British veteran ol anti-Communist warfare in Southeast Asia, who was, Nixon said, earlier pessimistic about the conduct of the. war. "A winning position in the sense of obtaining a just peace (whether negotiated or not) and of maintaining an independent, non-Communist South Vietnam has been achieved but we are not yet Nixon quoted Thompson as saying. Nixon did not say he agrees that a "winning position" hai been achieved. But White House officials did not quarrel with the assessment. GIs Page! Business College Students Aid Santa Fund Students of the "Andover Institute of Business made a contribution of in cash and numerous toys and clothing to aid the Telegraph Santa Fund. Left to right Kathy Martin, who was in charge of. the clothing; Pamela Holt, financial division; and Paul Laliberte, general chairman of the project. Also a member of the group was Linda Russell who was in charge of the toys. 5% DAILY INTEREST COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY ON 90 DAY NOTICE ACCOUNTS AT NASHUA TRUST COMPANY ARTISTS GIFT SETS SUPPLIES Christmas Special 10 to 20% off Nashua Wallpaper Co, 129 W. Pearl St. Mi-Ma lion, thru Sit. Open Tin: IB I ;