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Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 22, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire Today's Chuckle Women should be blamed for most of the lying that Jaw do. They insist on asking questions. Nashua Celeqraph __________________ New Hampshire's Largest Evening Newspaper C J 1 Weather Cool Tonight Foir on Wednesday Full Report on Page Two VOL 101 NO. 120 Coatinuhj Km Hampshire Telezriph Established 20. IBM NASHUA. NEW. HAMPSHIRE, TUESDAY, JULY 22, 1969 Second Class Postage Paid At Nashua, N. B. 20 PAGES TEN CENTS Triumphant Moon Heroes Head Home Apollo Crew Splashes Down In Pacific Thursday, W back to earth after its Apollo 11 Heads for Earth from the National Aeronautics its three astronauts blasted free of the shows.the Apollo. 11 heading, and headed for a splashdown in the Rd lunar. mission. The spacecraft and 1251 pm EDT-Thvrsday. (NASA Photo via AP Big Push Planned by ABM Foes .WASHINGTON Senators shifted, their at- tention from; moon' rockets back to defense missiles tf> day as .opponents of the Safeguard system prepared to rri9unt their major effort to block the administration program. Outline Prepared Sen. .John Sherman Cooper, prepared an outline tit the. amendment: introduced by himself and Sen. Philip A, Hart, .would limit Safeguard'to-research and pro- hibit either deployment or site acquisition.' This 'amendment' is.eipecte'd to provide'the showdown.when It is voted on, probably next weet Foes of the antiballistic mis- see the-battle as eitremely dose'iat .the start of the.thjrd week of bate on the issue: They'say: a handfiil of senators hold the key to the outcome: Anti-Safeguard sfralegisls are rejecting claims by ABM propo- nents" that last week's secret session turned the tide In the ad- ministration's favor. They con- tend the'same'senators who, American Space Venture Gets Big Play in Russia By JAMES F. CLARITY NIK York Timtl S.riict MOSCOW The Soviet pub- lic has absorbed the widest news coverage ever given by this government controlled me- dia to an American space ven- ture. Tape of the astronauts moon- walk was shown at least three times on television here yester- day, beginning with a IB-min- ute showing on the 10 a.m. news program. Thirteen minutes of Apollo 11 Eagle craft and as- tronauts was played on the 7 p.m. news, followed by a 15- minute commentary, full of compliments and lacking any trace of: grudging propaganda, by two of the Soviet Union's most prominent jpace scientists, Dr. Konstantin Feoktistov and Georgi L. Petrpr. Merrimack Teen Among 3Q Injured in Truck Accident MERRlilACK A Merrimack youth wu unohg 30 persons in; Jured yesterday in the crash of a truck which flipped over on a trip to Ml Washington's Cog Rail- way.. Francis J. Daley, 17, son of Mr. MM. Francis J. Daley Sr, of Toppa Road, Merrimack, was the, only New Hampshire resident the victims. One of the In- jured party lost an arm in'the crash: Daley1! mother sa5T today that her ion riding cab of the open truck which turned ever Ute yesterday while making turn from Route 302 onto the which leads to the Cog Rail- way bit station. She uH the fact that he Was ridinj In the cab probably pre- vented more serious Injury. The PIZZA byCharles- Famoui thruout New England 147 ff. PEARL ST. Finest in Pizzas Grinders (aO Tarfeiies) Regular 90c PLAIN PIZZA TUESDAY ONLY II A.M. io 2 A.M. Men. tKrj Sunday. 3 P.M. lo boy reportedly sustained lacera- tions and a wrist Injury. laid there were M boys le.lbe open truck which turned over lale Monday while making a turn trom Route 302 cnlo the road which leads to the Cog Railway base station. The truck plunged into a five- foot ditch and o? a seven-foot embankment where it came to rest on its wheels.. group.of teen-agers, golf caddies' at the Peak Col- O.V quo in nearby Melrin Vil- lage', were strewn on the high- way. George McAvoy, owner of the nearby Crawford House resort hotel, jaid, "when you see W 004 spread out across a high- way in all kinds of pain and rolling on the ground, some screaming, why it'; not a sight yon want to Listed in seriou? condition al a hospital in Hanover was Steve KeHey, 14, of North Abinglon, Mass...... All but Daley were from Mass- achusetts. The Injured were also taken to hospitals In Lilllelon and St. Johnibury, Vf. As II to ensure that as many Soviet viewers as pcsjible would sei the moon movies, the tape was shown'again between halves of a soccer match be- tween a'leading Soviet team and a national learn from Uru- guay. By mid-morning, .the Ihiongs in the streets of downtown Moscow, seemed well aware of the American-space effort, either through television or ra- dio reports. "What do you think of the astronauts on the. a blonde haired girl was asked as she'worked behind a post of- fice counter. She smiled, gig- gled, then jerked'her'right thumb upwards. The American embassy re- SPACE VENTURE Page 2 were undecided before the se-ltoday, while .Republican Sen i ''jSptrfirDakdU ja plugged .'for th'e ABit J; Mind't in hli 'prepared 'speech said the only, way to make cer tain Safeguard 'wUl work develop, design an cd- dent and the physical strain of having dived several times in search of the car." Mansfield said his belief that Kennedy will not try for the 1W nomination has been based on his observations of the Massa- chusetts personality and the lattu's operations as bis assistant." "My conclusion Is based on several Mansfield said. "One Important one is that he likes the wwk here in the Senate far more than his .broth- ers did." This was an allusion la the late President John F. Ken- nedy and the Robert F. Kennedy. "A lot of people have been trying'to-posh him into going We Carry A FULL LINE of CABOTS Stains Paints Nashua Wallpaper Co; 129 W. Pearl St. 882-M91 Opea Tbunj Til I after the nomination. The Re publicans are trying to set him up as x day pigeon. But he Is an old pro in politics al 37. He can afford to wait If he wants to. Hi bat a mind of Ids own and make it up in his own good time." Other political observers didn't take the same view of the accident'! effect on Kennedy's career. "Iff a disaster" for Reme- dy's presidential said one of the highest political idviseri of the AFLClO-trad- Uonally strong supporter of Democratic presidential candi- dates. BUS TO US! Hourly From Downtown To AlrrCpnditioned NASHUA MALL TONIGHT IN THE TELEGRAPH Abby 11 Classifieds 15. 17, B, 1) Comics Crossword Editorial Financial Horoscope Lawrence Nashua Scene Obituaries Pearson Reston Sports H, 1 Suburban 10 Sulzburwr Television Theaters Dr. Tbosteson 1 Weather QUARTERLY State Federal TAX RETURNS ARE DUE For Assistance Citl FRED ACKLEY 883-3912 He said the landing probably will be in the so-called Apolla zone of the moon. This rone ii along the moon's equator. Two probable Apollo landing sites were selected some months ago in the lunar Ocean of Storms, a JJare area in western' The Apollo 12 crew members are Charles Conrad, Richard Gordon and Alan Bean.- Conrad and Gordon are veterans of Gemini program. Bean has nev- er flown into space. Failure of Luna 15 Disappoints Soviets By JOHN VEYLAND MOSCOW (AP) The Sonet people today found out that Mr Luna !5 unmanned space- ship failed at a space triumph while the US. Apollo 11 was re- toning successfully to earth. Newspapers carried the Luna announcement incaispicuously. A success would have been splashed on front pages. news media tried to minimize the failure, the pub- lic undoubtedly was clearly aware of it. and sharply disap- pointed. The Kremlin for years conditioned the country to at- great importance to space achievements' and regard Ihsnt ai evidence of national progress. The .conditioning was done during the heady, days wten the Soviet Union was scoring one space triumph after another, while the United States sought to jet its program going. Ef- forts were made later to changa public thinking, after the Soviet lead was cut, but these appar- ently never fully succeeded. The government tried to attention away manned flights, where it suffered most by comparison, to unmanned flights. The last major Soviet manned success ns Akzei Leo- nov's first space walk in March 1SS5..There followed a two-year period of inactivity' and 'then dis- aster with the crash of.Soyuz 1 that killed cosmonaut VTadimif Konurov, .The only two manned 'Soviet flights since '1S55 bcea un- spectacular. Gilbert Back in Jail George Gilbert, 48, former Hudson resident, accused ot murdering his wife on a fishing trip off the coast of Massachusetts b back In Jail, after surrendering voluntarily, three days after he was .freed because of an improper warrani. Gilbert walked Into the Clark County Jail in Las Vegas and was booked on a charge of unlawful flight to avoid prosecution, a federal offense. (AP Wirephoto)
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