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Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 5, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire Today's Chuckle A tnan and his wife had a tearful farewell scene In front of the television 'set; they won't be seeing each other again until after the football season. Ntw Hampshire's Largest Evening Newspaper VOL 101 NO. I5S Continuing New Hampshire Teiegnpti Established October 20.1831 Weather Foggy, Cool Tonight Warmer Saturday FuH Report en Page Two NASHUA, NEW Second OJM AtNunua.N.H. 22 PAGES TEN CENTS Nashua Extension On Use Of Dump By CLAUDETTE DUROCHER Mmories'of the 1968 dump crisis were revived yesterday as the city was granted a 90-day extension on use of the Lincoln Park sanitary landfill site. Reach Accord The temporary agreemei was hammered out al a tw hour meeting between the Boar of Public Works and membei of the Lincoln Park Committee a group which represents res dents of the Lincoln Park sal division. During the meeting, the BP' was pointedly reminded the cit is operating the landfill opera- tion under the terms of a agreement reached with t h neighborhood last year and vi< lation-of that agreement coul lead to the reimposition of Teachers Taken To Court MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) Leaders of the Manchester Ed ucation Association faced 'con tempt of court charges in Hills boro County Superior Court to- day after losing a bid to hav the New Hampshire Supreme Court overturn the lower court' order directing them to go tc the classroom. Frances Abbott, association president, and most of the mem bers of the MEA executive board were cited for violation of the Superior Court's temper ary restraining order which as jociaUon members have the city's.schools opened Wednesday.! Abbott said'the Supremi Court decision means only tba the striking teachers will to take further legal action, bu she did not specify the nature of the action. additional three elemen tary schools were opened by the cify today, raising the total to 15 of 51. However, the three jun 'ior high schools and three sen lor high schools remainec closed. Officials said only 65 o the city's 705 teachers worke< Thursday, compared to 140 the day before. State Education Commissioner Newell Paire said the state De- partment of Education is not di rectly involved but will Insisi that all pupils have 180 days o, school a year as required by law. He said any time lost must be made up on Saturdays, dur- ing scheduled vacations or later in the year. In another development, GOT Waller Peterson said he wouk offer his personal assistance and assistance from his office
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