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Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 8, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire Columnist Says Gargan Was To Take Rap For Ted Kennedy EDITOR'S NOTE: la was a ntu lor Ken- BT nor AVTWRWIV TV. v__ .t. EDITOR'S NOTE: la Washington Merry Go Round cohann. Jack Anderson, Drew Pearson's writing partner, rUIna to iave pieced together from "most reliable" lie panic of vfet happened oa Ox Bight cf Sen. Edward Ken- aiddent. Anderson reports Oat there Today's Chuckle Minister's prayer: May the members of my congregation be as free with money as they are with advice, and their minds as open as their mouths. vis a plu foe Ken- nedy's eoosla, }Mffl> Cugu, lo admit lo driviig UK oViti far and ISus (a assume
adly decomposed, had not been n the pit for "more than a week." He also disclosed that he victim's pockets had been mptied and turned out, and hat all identifying articles had been removed from Ihe body. An autopsy was to be per- ormed today, but there was na ndication on when the results would be filed. The bodies of two men were ound in Tiverton, R.I., last weekend. They also had bees slain in gangland fashion. Both iad been shot in the back of lead. Then their bodies; were cet afire. Two persons are under arrest in Fall River, Mass., on warrants issued in connection with the Tiverton case. Life on Mars? This Is a photo of Mars taken dur- ing the Mariner probe. A scientist reports there is a possibility life could exist on Mars, while other scientists say they have seen no evidence to support such a belief. He added that an infrared ra- diometer, similar (o the In- frared spectrometer whose readings were cited by Pimen- tel, showed no methane or am- monia. Asked (o resole? (he conflict- ing readings, the two said their findings were only tentative and it would fake months to reach definite conclusions. The possibility of life on the planet most like earth has fasci- nated star gazers and science fiction writerj. Sighting of Jinej some csHed canals led lo specu- lation there might even be Intel- ligent life. But detailed closeups from the twin explorers Mariners 6 and 7 disclosed desolate .crater-pitted terrain like that of the moon. In- struments showed an atmos- phere only a few-thousandths as thick 'as earth's, devoid of the atmospheric nitrogen essential to earth-lype life, and tempera- tures ranging from a balmy 75 degrees lo 100 degrees below zero fahrenheit. Charge Accounts INVITED WE HONOR BANKAMERICARD UNICARD Nashua Wallpaper Co. Pearl St. 8J-M91 Open Than. NlgM tiD I EVERY NIGHT IS SHOPPING NIGHT AT NASHUA MALL 30 Great Stores Open, "Til Jrfonday thru Sat. A Caltech biologist, Dr. N. H Horowitr, described Mars as a bleak and hostile desert which could only be inhabited by mi c robes, if Indeed it has any resl dents. Dr. Charles Iford of the Unl versity of Colorado said instru menls showed ultraviolet rays from the sun to be so strong in the polar area as to kill any form of earth life. New evidence on the could Mars-have-iife mystery is due In 1971 when tvro more Mariners are to orbit the planet, and in 1971 when two unmanned Viking spacecraft are to land and sam pie Us soil. '69 Chevrolets Daily Rentals as low as per day iCol.l Teri; 888-1121 MacMulkln Chevrolet Brookline Celebration Opens Today Two New Hampshire commu- nities today began lo [heir 100th and 200th birthdays. Brookline, incorporated In 1769, was settled a century earl- At that tine it was called Old Dunslable. The bicentennial celebration during the weekend will include parades, bean sup- pers, square dancing and a ;rand ball. Brookline has a population of a little over U borders Massachusetts and U about It miles west of Nashua. Tilton, abcut CO miles north o( Brookline, 100 years o'd to- day. The population com- munity was named after Charles Tilton, the town's bene- factor when U became Incorpor- ated In 1559. Before wai called Sanbomton Bridge. The nine-day celebration Witt Include barbershop quartet sing- Ing, a ccntcnlal ball, a concert, parades and church suppers. TONIGHT IN THS TELEGRAPH Abby Baker Biossat Classifieds Obituaries. 1 10 tit Social Crossword Editorial Financial Horoscope Lawrence IS to 19 Sports Suburban 8 Sulzburger Taylor Television Theaten, 15 14 Dr.Thoslcscall Weather 1
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