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Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 11, 2001, Nashua, New Hampshire High school football semifinals Bishop Guertin 28, Exeter 12 a Londonderry 7, Salem 6 a Central 42, Pinkerton 7, see sports Flat Munday Telegraph volume 16, no. 30 a a a a a a a a i serving Nashua and Southern new Hampshire sunday november 11, 2001 to Box 1008, Nashua no 03061 $1.50 single Issue shopping season May not be Holiday a economic slide attacks Are expected to affect sales but surveys predict profits. By Brad Leighton Telegraph staff will be it a sorrow Blue or Cash Green Christmas for retailers this Holiday shopping season the Holiday shopping surveys Are in. Two National surveys one by Eloitte amp touche Elp and Bio research Lac and the other by the International Council of shopping centers predict sales that will be Flat or will decrease compared to last year. But a state Survey conducted by the retail merchants association of new Hampshire predicts the state will do a surprisingly Well Quot compared to the rest of the nation. A quite honestly we just Don t know a said Randi Greene co owner of creative toy in Merrimack a Penn Chuck Square along with other toy stores in Manchester and South Portland Maine. A we Are hopeful. We Hope we a i Don t think people will Stop show in because of it happened oif september la. Think it has More to do with their own financial Lynda Dunner owner of City traditions do As Well As last year but we done to know. As a Parent i feel that people Are More Likely to buy Christmas presents for their kids first. I think the kids will suffer last and if that a True then our business should do Greene said her sales were Down in August because schools opened Early but it picked up a bit in september and really picked up after a Sale in october. A i think new England is still of a Greene said a and that a not True of other parts of the there has been a lot of worry about How the sept. La terrorist attacks might affect the Holiday shopping season this year but Many merchants said the slumping Economy is a bigger Factor. A some of my customers have been Laid off and others have had spouses that were Laid off Quot said Lynda Durmer owner of City traditions in downtown Nashua. A i done to think people will Stop shopping because of what happened on september la. I think it has More to do with their own financial Durmer said the terrorist attacks might have made people rethink travel plans and reassess the priorities in their lives though. A i think people will stick closer to Home a she said. And i think that people will be looking for those feel Good Home her shop has adopted a snowman theme for the holidays. A a snowman makes everyone feel Good a she said a and people want to feel Durmer is optimistic that people will shop at the Small shops looking for Friendly rapport and individual attention but she said see shopping Page a la never forget staff photos by Don Himsel Frank Richards 91, is caretaker of the patriotic display $ ase at the . Veterans Home. Vete ans proud of their service by Albert Mckeon Telegraph Taff a it a few gentle souls walk the manicured grounds of the new Hampshire veterans Home in Tilton bul Uxa i residents of this Countryside care facility wait inside. They wait for an ear to Bend a handshake a hug. Otherwise they would wait Only for time to pass and time never moves kindly when observed. It s an unusual circumstance for men and women who decades ago found that time moved in their favor. On battlefields destroyers and bandstand these veterans committed their lives to a higher cause the defense of Freedom. Their successes solidified the foundation upon which american soldiers and civilians now fight to preserve those very same liberties. But these veterans must now end their lives in a fashion they never would have dreamed possible As younger men and women. They no longer live at Home they will Likely never return Home. Yet if Home is where the heart is they have found a rightful place in Tilton. Living among their own they Only reinforce an unbreakable Bond. They built this country together and now they can watch it pass through a new threshold together. Seeing the War on terrorism unfold on their televisions these veterans wish they could join the fight one last time. They understand though that they can t make these sorts of sacrifices anymore. St they contribute in other ways. They Bend visitors terrorist claims nuclear capability a Osama bin Laden says he Lias nuclear chemical weapons Pentagon doubts claims but will take them seriously by Pam Al Al Constable the Washington Post Ray Michaud formerly of Nashua was an accomplished trumpeter in the coast guard and throughout his life. A Roundup of veterans Day activities. Page b-1. Ears retelling moments of glory and horror that have whole new meanings since sept. La. With uncanny sagacity their stories provide blueprints for How the country should handle this new unseen enemy. They Wear military hats and patriotic pins. They speak words of encouragement to local schoolchildren. And As heard from a still Sharp 91-year-old Frank Richards caretaker of the Homes patriotic display Case they resolutely support see veterans Page a-10 Islamabad. Pakistan Osama bin Laden the alleged terrorist who has eluded five weeks of . Bombing has surfaced at a hide out in Northern Afghanistan where he gave his first interview since the sept. 11 attacks in the United states. Bin Laden told pakistani newspaper editor Hamid Mir on thursday that he possessed chemical and nuclear weapons a was a deterrent Quot and reined the right to use against the United states coalition forces used this by first against Afghanistan Mirju Host account of Abr expected interview was published in two newspapers Here saturday said bin Laden did not elaborate and refused to answer any questions about such weapons. A senior defense department official said that he was t aware of anything to support bin Laden s supposed claim but that it would be taken seriously nonetheless. A we Don t have any Concrete evidence a he said. A but when you re dealing with a character like that you should pay attention to the worst Case see Uncle a Page a-12 to our readers when you get deeper into the newspaper today you will find a number of changes. The biggest is the conversion of that a life our lifestyle and family Magazine into a full size Section. We did this to better display our existing Content and to increase the amount of health and education information we can offer you. A new addition to our health Section is a local column on substance abuse issues by Barry Timmerman of the Nashua youth Council. Another Benefit of changing the size of that a life is it allows us to create a new Page that brings together existing family related Content in one place. While we believe these change Are positive they also mean saying goodbye to one regular feature the a can this marriage be saved column which is a casualty of giving More space to health and education. Another regular feature the a helping hands list of Volunteer opportunities is moving to our new monday Community news Section neighbors. The other significant change is we have combined our Back four sections into two larger sections. Perspectives still leads off Section of but the Section has doubled in size with the addition of travel social news and the Puzzle and hobbies pages. That a life leads off Section a which also includes the arts books and Best bets. We Hope you la find these changes to your liking. Neighbors which starts monday is the telegraphs new weekly Section for and about readers. Neighbors will feature Hometown news and photos about Community happenings and the lives of your family and friends. Neighbors will include news such As anniversaries and births school happenings civic suppers Community events clubs and civic organizations health clinics and support groups Scholastic and military achievements senior menus and recreation thank you letters and Volunteer opportunities. To submit items email or fax to 882-2681, attn neighbors. The deadline for nov. 19 is monday. Question 3 sunk will it resurface by Stacy Milbouer Telegraph staff Nashua one can to help but think of a Captain going Down with a sinking ship when looking Back at the City a municipal election tuesday. In this Case the ship was the question 3 the proposed amendment to tighten the City spending Cap and the Captain or More correctly the Captain and Crew were the supporters of the amendment who were running for elected office. Analysis one of the few pro question 3 survivors was Board of education member Paula Johnson who finished third in a six Way race for three Alderman at Large positions. But All the other candidates for Alderman who were closely associated with the amendment including the ringleader of the group Nashua taxpayers association president Fred Teeboom went Down with the question 3 ship. Teeboom ran unsuccessfully for Alderman at Large and three other Nta members lost races for Ward Alderman spots. State rep. David Gleneck lost his bid in Ward 4, Malcolm Lowe lost in Ward 9 and a. David Pierce lost in Ward 3. Other candidates endorsed by the pro question 3 folks who were not Nta members fared no better Kyle Lamerand running for Ward 7 Alderman William see analysis Page a-13 today a weather sunny brisk with highs in the upper 40s. Complete weather Page b-8 Nashua Region communications Gap town of Merrimack says Adelphia communications Isnit living up to its franchise renewal agreement Page b-1. 7 sections 102 pages Index to news features classifieds Page a-3 business moving Forward economists at new Hampshire software association conference say bad Economy gives Chance to get Back to the basics Page d-1. In life video game players owe their fun to Ralph Baer Page g-1. Lotteries Tri state 3 digit Tri state megabucks 7-3-8 10-14-20-29-32-40 Tri state 4 digit Bonus 8 3-7-3-4 mass megabucks mass. 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