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Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 15, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire Today's Chuckle A great contradiction of our ace Is, the fact 'that the stainless steel razor blade and the hippie came into'being. about the same time.: New HompsUrt's Ldrgttt Evtnfng Ntwspoptr Weather Fair, Mild Tonight ;j Fair, Worm Tuesday FuH Report on Page Two. VOL 101 NO. 164 Continuing UN New Hampshire Telegraph Established October NASHUA, NEW HAMPSHIRE, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, PASES TEN CENTS A New Winter Coat for Main Street The South Main Street area is receiving a new thick coat of asphalt along the east side, of Main road surface in preparation for the ravages of snow .Street near Kinsley Street Workers resurfaced a and salt. Robert Spencer routes traf- stretch from Kinsley Street to Simoneau fie around a hot-topping machine, as workers lay a 40, Saigon Announces Plan More GIs By GEORGE ESPER SAIGON (AP) Vice President Nguyen Cao Ky said tonight that another American troops will be withdrawn from Vietnam between now and November. Folfewi Meeting Ky made the announcement through an shortly after an emergency meeting'of the South Vietnamese National. Security Council. Ky said a communique from the South Vietnamese government would be Issued Tuesday. President Nguyen Van'Thieu Natives to Return to Bikini Atomic No Alan's Land lives Again. By GEORGE ZUCKER BIKINI ATOLL (AP) The first no-man's land of the atom- ic age is to welcome.back itj people. The Atomic Energy Commis- sion reports this isolated Pacific atolJ, ravaged by a dozen_ years of unclear'testing, has. Jess ra- dioactivity joday than the VS. mainland. "We can't say there Is abso- lutely .no- radiation says ABC physicist- Tammy McCraw, "but: if .there -Is we can't Cnd'lt." v- McCraw was among a team ol experts who toured the blasted aton last weeiend'with a group of 'American; and foreign news- men.' He said Hs" atomic counter showed only.-fainysieu of: ra- dioactivity, "less, than In .Den- ver, Stripped and Man Dfes In Vietnam New Hampshire has -lost -200 men !n Vietnam'with'the death of Army .Pfc.' Robert.-Titcpmb, 20, of Fannington.: The Defense Department said over the weekend th.e'.Roches- ter'native was killed In action. The soldier went into'the'Army in-January and'.was sent to Vietnam !n June. He -was. the SOB of; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Titcomb. Titcomb was the third .'serv- iceman from Farmington to die In Vietnam- He r'was. the ITJrd New Hampshire service- man to die in action. Twenty- seven have met non-combat deaths.' badly scarrebVby. 53 Ihermonu clear detonations between 1946 and- 1958, the .-.islands .have sloughed off an visible effects of their former devastation. Foliage Returns Lush' foliage has returned to the :meager; string of islands some .west o! Ha and Its" lagoons are swim- ming pool clear and bpuntiful. The rusted scrap nietal anc debris'.that flittered, the .white sand.beache? for, more: years are'gone. A small force o! U.S.' mUitary.and civilian work- .up the atoll who were evaluated, amid'- weeping fare wells" on ;March 7, have since grown to 550 and most are eager to _rerora. i- The dispIacediBikinIanstIiave been.eking on the tiny island Kill, in the south era Althougn'rich in has no''lagoon; or; sheltered sea approach. .The islanders have teen earning about an- nually through the sale of copra and -.ladies'', handbags, made of :dconut fiber... Thirty- 'Bikiaians will arrive Polling Place To Be Discussed The sldermanle, elections-re- turns committee will meet .with the Ward 4 seleclmen'Thursday at p.m. in the City HalL To be discussed Is 'the !sdect- in en's request that, the '.Ward ,4 poffingiplace be': changed'from theVFWHan at Qntacy and East Pearl Streets to' Sf Pat- rick's new parish hall on Main Street.. FUEL OIL SAVE MORE With LORDEN Oil CO. 465-2267 2 Land Owners In Bridcie Layout
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