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   Terre Haute Tribune, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1971, Terre Haute, Indiana                                Bill F ition TH HAUTE TRIBUNE FOB Alt DEPARTMENTS MOONMEN COMPLETE WIRE SERVICES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AND PRESS INTERNATIONAL FINAL EDITION Terre February TEN CENTS V POINT HOME Lunar Hike Leaves Duo Breathless By HOWARD BENEDICT AP Aerospace Writer SPACE Hous 14s explorers completed mans longest moon walk today but a gasping struggle to climb a steep slope halted them short of a prime the rim of a crater named Alan Shepard and Edgar Mitchell returned to the lunar lander Antares after 4V2 hours on the moon and prepared them selves and the ship to start the return voyage to The second walk lasted as long as the first one had on Fri day but was three times as long in distance Despite their disappointment in not reaching Cone Crater as part of their geological field tripi they did gather ancient dig trenches and sink core tube four feet into the More than anything how they wanted to reach the rim of They had bet many of their fellow astronauts on earth that they could do But as they climbed higher and higher on the long boulders strewn slope they be catne more and more exhaust They breathed heavily and their heart beats nearly dou Mission Control advised them to stop about twothirds of the way up the 400foothigh moon Thats the order of the Shepard Its farther than It said a disappointed So they came back down the slope and continued their scien tific expedition and by the time they were back at they were in a jovial With color television recording his Shepard took out two golf balls he had smuggled to the moon and whacked them with a golf clubshaped handle from his tool Then he took a spearlike part from a solar wind experiment and hurled it like a In the airless onesixth gravi ty of the the objects real ly It goes miles and miles and Shepard Mitchell re Once back inside the Shepard and Mitchell reported they collected 108 pounds of There is a scale on the landers Thats almost as much of the combined total of the Apollo 11 and 12 astro Scientists at the Space Center were pleased with the days ex I would say results of the ge ology traverse were said Robin chief of the c e n t e r s geochemistry They seemed to have cov ered the traverse well and THE LUNAR shows how the lunar module will lift off the moon Saturday rendezvous and dock with the Apollo 14 space craft and then be released to crash on the moons surface as Astronauts Mitchell and Roosa start their long journey back to earttn APWirephoto New War Threat By COLIN FROST Northern Ireland AP Religious rioting threat ened to erupt into civil war in Northern Ireland today after a British soldier and two Irishmen were killed in a Shootout be vveen British troops and mem bers of the outlawed Irish Re mblican Another civilian lew himself up when a bomb he was about to throw The three hours of fighting be gan in Belfasts Roman Catholic district shortly after midnight and was one of the worst out breaks in two years of strife be tween the Catholic minority and Protestants in the British prov The IRA is trying to drive the British fromthe six north ern counties and bring them un der the predominantly Catholic Irish Six Wounded Six civilians were wounded when a bomb went off in the Stankill Road a Protestant and terrorists blew up a major water main in Belfasts Police said 37 persons were 11 The latest trouble started four nights earlier when British sol jdiers searched for hidden arms tin Catholic Increasing ly bitter clashes between civil ians and soldiers have occurred each night Thousands of troops remained on alert in the province at The troops appeared shocked by the death of their first comrade killed in action since the army came to Belfast to put down rioing in August The soldier was on a foot pa trol that came under machine gun fire in the Ardoyne district Israels Failure To Pull Back Hinders Talks By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Middle East ceasefire entered its second extension to day as pressure increased on ST rael to comply with an Egyptian roposal for a partial pullback of Israeli troops from the Sue Four other soldiers were wound rjno1 two British offi thecers both the civilians who There United was concern at Nations in Yorki we dad snipers they saw a variety of material and Brett said of the failure to reach Cone Craters Ob viously were If it wasnt important we wouldnt have sent them He added that the astronauts reports of the rocks they did Continued On Page Continued On Page Dismissal Of Suit Asked The City of Terrc Haute filed a motion in Vigo Circuit Court Friday to dismiss a suit brought against it by the Terre Haute Masonic Temple which seeks to enjoin the city I NEWS DIGEST By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 1 from closing from Cherry North 8th Street to Street Eagle The Board of Public Works and Safety voted unanimously to vacate the twoblock section of North 8th for the sole purpose of allowing for the construction of an amphitheater by Indiana State on to the SPACE HoustonThe Apollo 14 explorers completed mans longest walk on the moon today but a tough climb up a steep slope stopped them short of a prime goal the nm of a crater named SAIGON South Vietnamese forces sweeping through eastern Cambodia encountered a battletested North Vietnam ese unit today and reported 91 enemy killed in one of the big gest battles since the allies crossed the Cambodian border last The Middle East ceasefire entered its second extension today as pressure increased on Israel to comply with an Egyp tian proposal for a partial pullback of Israeli troops from the Suez Northern Ireland Religious rioting threatened soldier and two Irishmen were killed in a sbootout between Legislators Urged to Kill Proposal By ORYAN RICKARD INDIANAPOLIS AP Indiana legislators being placed under unbelievable pressure to kill a tough antipollution State Robert R chairman of the House Public Health and En vironmental Affairs said who is the sponsor of an antipollution pro posal to create a state Environmental Protection Agency EMA said he has been under pressure from lobbyists to weaken or kill the William director of the federal Environmental Protection has been given a copy of the bill and will present his views on the proposal at a public hear ing Monday night at the The proposal would combine all state antipollution agencies under an Environmental Man agement Bpard composed four persons paid The Indiana Farm Bureau and the Indiana State Chamber of Commerce are two major lobbyists against the Mentally III Rapist Kills Three in West r e reason this count does not havei Bntlsn troops and members of the outlawed Irish Republican jurisdiction of the subied mat AP A man sought in the killing of a child went on a twostate ram page killing two persons and wounding two others before he was shot dead by police in a chase through the authorities The bill would lead to the creation of an allpowerful bu said a Farm Bu reau The farm or ganization claims owners of land could be told how they must use their land if the bill is j I think The bureau also claims pressaid Grants Police Chief Jay ent programs for Woodward along with four herbicides and agricultural amof his shot and killed monia would come under the power of the In addition the EMA several proposals controlling pesticides probably will meet considerable lobby One bill in the hopper would outlaw the use of DDT and oth er hard Richard Bass of the Indiana Pesticide Council has drafted a watereddown pesticide control bill which was introduced into the Senate Friday by Gene viiat icit ail rtlJ and way patrolman and 38yearold Bertram Greenberg of West Woodward said Greenberg ap parently tried to commit suicide by slashing his wrists before he was Authorities in California said Greenberg was a former mental patient and was being sought in connection with the strangula tion of a 13yearold girl Thurs jurisdiction of the subject mat ter or parties in this The motion to the did not comply willij a statute that such a suit should contain the amount of award of damages and the amount of assessment of benefits com plained The motion contends no award of damages or assess ment of benefits has yet been completed by the The Board of Public Worjcs and Safety has not yet set anyi amount of damages to be according to the The molioin states the plain tiffs actions are that it cannot comply with the Continued On Page j WHITE SULPHUR conference of governors from 13 Appalachian states says the Appalachian Regional Commission should continue after federal revenue sharing with state and local governments A portion of the governments mortgage subsidy program40 per cent of which was suspended three weeks been reinstated by George secretary of Housing and Urban WASHINGTON Nixon administration claims that unem ployment has peaked has attracted Democratic cries the op timism is politically The Weather By National Weather Service Weather Map On Page uaueu rvsCious m rvew YorKi nctc snipers hat a refusal by Premier bv Britlsh Heirs government would deadj witness described a street lock indirect peace negotiations being conducted by mediator Gunnar Diplomatic sources said France and the Soviet Union were pressing hard for accept The withdrawal was a condition set Thursday by Presi dent Anwar Sadat of Egypt to reopening the closed since the 1967 war when Israel occu pied the Sinai Desert to the ca nals Meir did not reject the plan in a taped American lelevijnamese force sion interview but P 6 said she didnt know why Sathrough eastern Cambodia t dat thinks that the open ing of the countered a battletested North iboutn The 9th Division eastern Can canal is something he is giving Vietnamese unit today and re T Cambodia last May aft1 any d r ys to Ported 91 enemy killed in one ofCr allied incursion and is planned by t WASHINGTON The Senate Foreign Relations Commit tee has been bombarded with demands that it investigate al leged connections between American interests in oil deposits off South Vietnam and support of the Saigon Viet Forces Claim Victory In Major Battle in Cambodia The shooting climaxed a ram page that left an Arizona high nr way patrolman and a 5tayne Townsend Di Missouri man dead and thl Hartford Cltv u mans wife and another patrol who is chairman of man wounded tlH Senate Ecology and En Killed were James E Brown an of and offi cer Jim Keeton of Browns suffered minor gunshot wounds j i IT CJillO 411 overall but he believes it should disseminate informa tion to existing agencies for their liro aim rairuiman Presently the State Air also of Continued On Page j Continued On Page I of the head and Patrolman Dan Libel Charged in Suit SAIGON AP South Viet sweeping I 84 25 Noou 2 33 River LOCAL CONDITIONS HUhest temperature 51 lowest temperature last 23 precipi to 91 enemy killed in one of Israel would like Uie biggest battles since the al jway reopened with only one litues crossed the Cainbolian bor tle she said If thejder last I canal is it should be South Vietnamese headquar also to Israeli said one prisoner and 27 In his speech announcingweapons were and 10 Egypts agreement to a onejSouth Vietnamese troops were month truce Sadatlkilled and 37 wounded Pthf IUfT8 bCgan a camPaign this Thele have been uie a veieian 01 weex against North Vietnamese that thp KVtrth Viotrmmeco Qih Cambodia to preempt trying to reestablish sanctuar e o n offensive ies in the rubber plantation North vietnamese gunners miles from South Viettect Saigon during wiUidrauai 70 mortar sheUs the nams border and 110 troops from the Vietnamese ranger and northwest of capital area during the next Iwentythousand South Vietthree cavalry Fri Cuntuiued On Iage TEBRE FOKECAST HAUTE AND Mostly and colder Sunday tncreattnc cloudiness and continued Low ionltbf Sunday mid Precipitation tonight and 20 lair tax cloudtaeu and continued cold with a chance of a little now In the made no specific reference to use of the canal by Israeli it has controlled the e Egypt never has per mitted Israeli craft to use The position of Egypt after Continued On Page Apollo Families Cut Their Sleep Short used mortars and ground troops against the command post of a South Vietnamese task force VH4U1VV tu tUC southern Lows tonight Bight Sunday in the mid low Pre NOW YOU KNOW Mpltatkm per cent to 2030 per cent partly tltmdj witu the lows 20 to Sunday uiohtly luudv By failed Press International Jhe brightness of the moon the ufptr I from the earth equals that of a Temperature J taatlle putter 3 iroiu 22 near the Chup Rubber Planta tion east of Kompong I Attackers Repulsed Behuid allied air and artillery j the South Vietnamese armored personnel car riers and 400 rangers repulsed ithe attackers before the viewed i A isaigoa spokesman said the prisoner identified the enemy SPACE Houston Shepards and the Mitchells got up in the middle of the night again today to watch their working men bounce around the miles from home on the dusty They didnt miud a For hours kids and relatives of the two astronauts littered with excite ment as they saw Alan Shepard and Edgar D Mitchell become the fifth and sixth men to walk on the they made Louise Shepard exclaimed as the television camera cap tured her husband climbing to the lunar surface from the landing craft Ii has been a long The 47yearold Americas nrst spaceman 10 years nad to sit out earlier moou tughts because of au ear ail While Shepard and Mixhell about Uieir on the the third Apollo 14 Stuart was in orbit in the command waiting to pick up the explorers when they blast off today for the journey But there was no less excite ment in Koosa household Itoosas wife Joan laughed as die watched the moon look at them bouncing up and down that lojks like hat lovely oiiliuued Oil Page The Vigo County School its board of trustees and super intendent have been named de fendants in a damage suit brought by a former secre tary with the school Alice who claims she was slandered by the defendants when she was discharged from her position in the purchasing department of the filed the suit Friday in Vigo Su perior Court According to the the de fendants were wickedly and maliciously intend ing to injure this plaintiff in her good name and to bring her into public scandal and disgrace among her neighbors and otherj good and worthy citizens The suit went on to state thei defendants raused it to be susj jpected and believed plain tiff had been and was guilty j pf irregularities in purehas iing and the keeping of false jrecords Each of the ac cording to the acting to harass and oppress did on the 29th of falsely and maliciously spoke and published of and con cerning plaintiff in her employ ment and the false and defamatory words following that is to that mean ing the was discharged from her position as a secre tary in the Purchasing Depart ment of the VCSC for irregular ities in purchasing and the keep ing of false thereby with proper j this plaintiff was dis1 The suit stated her employ ment uaa terminated although the terms of the contract ran to June at an annual salary of The suit adds that after the publication of the slanderous statements and Kenneth in an at tempt to erase and eradicate the and stat ed the plaintiff had been dis missed in a staffreduction pro which statement was not true and which was made for the purpose of shielding in an attempt to cover and conceal the The defendants are Cottom and board members Paul Charlotte Iverson Continued On Page The Jouutry Parson All we need to be happy is everything we want no matter how iittle that may   

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