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   Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 13, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire                                York Tirpes ..'tavJAssocIclcd; Press News Service :--jM 1969 100th Ywr As A Ddry Today's Chuckle For every girl who has curves, there are six guys who have angles. New Hampshire's Largest Evening Newspaper Weather Fair Tonight Warm Thursday Full Report on Page Two VOL 101 NO. 140 Continuing tie New Himpshlre Telegraph d. NASHUA, NEW HAMPSHIRE. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 13. Snood Class Postage PaM At Nashua, N. a 48 PAGES Pfic. TEN CENTS 1 measure a Solicitor Sullivan Bid Defeated; Neverett Plan OKd i y Oliver J. bambroise, a locallsented at a hearing saying that if they By Claudetfe Diirocher Rebuffed 11-2 in his realtor, quest to defeat a [land, damage assessment property, i; Mayor Dennis J. Sullivan today prepared to veto the mately was rendered. The aldermen, he said. by Samuel Tamposi and GeraldU01 have to vote for the damage succeed, the purchase would be i veto which Arthur O. A lower appraisal, on the petition June 4. approxi-j Damage Assessment [believed the purchase' was nee-: iessary they should attempt did convince the voters', and, il they Gormley Jr. says he is not empowered to exercise. Tension Noted Approval of the land damage assessment at {he aHennanic meeting last night came amid an atmosphere i of political fin- I gerppinting and subdued anger, The'meeting, in which' aldermen united; to give .Suffi- van several other stinging' re- buffs, also saw. Alderman at- Large Francis-' LaFIamme, lands committee chairman, break'hls silence 'and level charges'aj. to Snllivan'i motives In protesting the 'pur- chase. i LaFlamme defended Ms   Chinese casualties. The Soviet government a little later charged that Chinese troops'penetrated Russian terri- tory and there were casualties. The nationality of these was not stated.' i i The" official Soviet news agen- cy Tass reported that the Chinese'were thrown back into theiCity's Interesls'were repre-ilhelr own territory and two ol Kennedy'Dfd Not Swim Channel, Columnist Jack Says -Senitor Edward Kennedy w'as rowed across the channel between Edgartown and Chappaquiddick Island the night of the auto accident trsJr lif. In WacMnirtlvll mWUSIOn heir officers were detained. It i aid the.clash occurred SemlpalaUnsk .in across from SinWang.. A Chinese-language'broadcast' iy Radio Peking said more than' 10 tanks and armored cars among the forces that penetrat-' fd more than a mile Into Sin-' kiang, site of Red China's nu-' clear testing grounds.. Chinese' border troops .went-' into action and in the skirmish several Chinese border patrolmen1 were killed or in-' jured and 'several troops were encircled, thtl broadcast claimed. Then the Russians 'lent inj more troops, the broadcast con-: tinued, and further clashes expected, i. The fighting centered in Tiehlickti'area of Yumin County, on Sinkiang's northwestern bor-; der with .the Soviet Union, Radio i Peking said. The Foreign Ministry in Pe- king lodged a protest with which took the.' hfe o( Maty' Jo Kopcchne, according to Washington reporter Jack Anderson, partner of Drew. Pearson. Last Friday he reported that Kennedy's cousin Joseph Gargan had been prepared to take the "rap" for Kennedy who drove the death vehicle, but plans were changed after the girl's body was, discovered hours after the accident Kennedy and Gargah denied this'report. Anderson's'latest account of the tragedy appears in full on Page 4 of today's Telegraph. -to-Coasf Tribute for Moon Heroes By ARTHUR EVERETT NEW.YORK (AP) -Ameri- ca's moon voyagers came to a Eumultdous hero't welcome in New [York today. Joined ,in friumph countless' of.' their counlrymejrafter Iheif loriely mission 'this w'as'.nb'Sea of fra'nquiili. ty they came far. from' the arid surface, the. was, New Yprk at its fullest, its throngs hailing the rnoonmen that earfhbouhd Americans soared with in spirit on one ol the epic adventures of the' Jges. They'came [to Ke'w York for. a massive ticker-tape celebration, before heading westward to Chi- cago 'and Los1 Angeles, on a beautiful, warm and sunny day. I i i_ Hnal details' for purchase of Kt acres to create the Mine Fills park 'system have been cleared by the aMermea Voting unanimousiy, the aldermen last night approved two. companion resolutions committing the city tp the purchases. One resolution authorized the city to buy the land. from Hampshire -Foundation Inc. at i cost of with city's shire to be spread over five annual installments. The other resolution permits' the cityito execute a note whereby may accept a: Interest-free loan from the foundation to pay the city's half of acquisition costs. The city would repay its loan in five innuil insUUmenCs, with the first installment dn'e this October. An already-approved feoVra! grant wffl deftly rem'jinine Neil A. J9' Edwin E. Aldrin Jr. 19, .and'.Michad Collins, landed a.m., EOT, a Kennedy Airport, named for lh< president 'who committed Iheij natjon Iq the lunar, exploration .With them, were their wives and children, Joining them on this Journey through the citj and across the nation after the long separation that started be fore the .launching and continued during the quarantine. '.Across .from City students at Pace College unfurled a huge banner from third-floor windows reading: "Pace Col PIZZA, by 'Charles Famous Ihruoul New England 117 W. PEARI, ST. Fines! in Pizzas Grindefs (all varieties) Regular 90c PLAIN PIZZA TUESDAY 7Cr 1 ONLY 88M542 Dpen 1 1 A.M. ,to 2 Mtfrf, fhru1 3 P.M. to f Coming soon to Nosbira Trust MASTER CHARGE i i i _ r TK? Interbank Card xj'; Member some company. Matter of fad, be nice to have a couple of hun- dred million Americans up denouncing ths] and demanding immediate withdrawal of tha, Russian troops. Otherwise Soviet Union must face consequences of the action, the note said. Sinkiang Province, in northwest ccrner of China, lonj, has been a trouble spot. The Russians have accused the' Chinese of instating border inci-' dents there. The Red have leveled similar charges' and accused the Russians of' kidnaping residents in' the prov- ince. i Sinkiang has long been of in- Police Frtairri loiice Jrepared ince to exploit its vast uranium j resources early in the days of mmunist rule in China but- i v j k i n- relinquished exploitation in New1 York and Chicago were rijjhts there prepared for crowds totaling; Sinkiang is Ihe'Jile of lne Nor, ihe Chinese nuclear (estinj ground and missile center. Police Deny Probe Reoort I tr In Horn Case The Apollo 11 astronauts, Edwin E. Aldrin A. Armstrong, and Michael Collins, left to right, enjoy a A slronnuts Fnjoy Joke lege Salutes the'Men of Apollo The nags of the.Unitcd Slates, New York State and New York City fluttered from lamp poles around City Hall Park and at the Battery. Red, while and' blue Apollo 11 decals adorned lh re speaking to sever- al statement "but Uttrjf are no' susptcd at this, time." i DebHe'j' unrfothed body war found Sunday In the trunk ol abandoced in Sandown, 13 about miles souOnresi of AJ- lenstown. She disappeared from: her hotne Jan. a, ,v. i She had been dead for several- months, a'pathologist'said and there were' indications- at an in-- hny to.the' bjck tt the bead'   

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