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Lawrence Daily Journal World (Newspaper) - December 13, 1972, Lawrence, Kansas LAWRENCE DAILY JOURNALWORLD 298 WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 10 CENTS FORTY PAGES Zest in Adieu For Moon Duet SPACE Houston AP Two jubilant American adventurers prepared today for a farewell lunar But already aboard their lander Challenger was a new dis covery samples of intriguing orange soil possibly dating to the last fiery gasps of a dying Astronauts Eugene Cernan and Harrison in their last geology field trip in the moon valley of TaurusLit trow take eightmile drive along the base of a high mountain and at the foot of wrinkled using an electric car with a patched The saying they like to cover new traveled a mile farther than planned on Tuesday gathering many bags of lunar including scoops of the orange dust never before found on the The orange material was found during exploration of an ancient miles from the landing camp in T a u r u sLittrow By it was found by not a geolo gist and Americas first profes sional scientist in exclaimed Cernan as he stumbled into the soil at the rim of a crater called Wait a minute there is or ange Its all Cernan went on Ive stir red it up with my GLASSES NEED WIPERS The snow went every whichway Tuesday when Joseph Healy of Milwaukee worked at removing snow from her drive way and The city was blanketed with five inches of the white and Healys snowblower blew some of it on AP Wirephoto Sun Gives Relief From Cold at long has finally arrived After 11 days of subfreezing oppressive sleet and ice and generally cloudy the sun broke through in a big way today and is expected to stay around the Lawrence area and keep things warmer at least through Temperatures today were likely to push into the middle 30s by midafternoon and Thursday is expected to be partly again with tem peratures in the 30andabove Precipitation probabili ties through Thursday are only about 10 per according to the National Weather Ser vice office in LOWS TONIGHT probably will range between 5 and 15 the service The extended forecast for A gift that will be remembered every day In the year a subscrip tion to the Phone Circulation Merry Friday through Sunday calls for colder temperatures Fri with a warming trend returning Saturday and Sun High Tuesday in Lawrence was 24 and the low this morning was All area schools were in session today except for those in the DeSoto where roads had not yet been DeSoto Robert Morris said he expected classes to be cause road crews were to begin work Schools were closed Tuesday but open today in the E u d o r a Oskaloosa and Tonganoxie In the Per ryLecompton where schools were open Tuesday but some busses did not complete their routes and absenteeism was the si tuation was back to normal the superintendent TUESDAYS ICE and sleet mixture apparently was con ducive to minor car with about a dozen reported to Lawrence police from Tuesday to this None were Two accidents were reported on the Kansas University campus Tuesday See Page 3 On scientists were also excited by the though cautious in their eval They said the orange soil may have originated from the last gaseous gasp of vol canism on the Robin chief of the geochemistry branch at the Manned Spacecraft said the material possibly could be rust which has been found in other lunar samples in minute quantities or some chemical combination which assumes a reddish While Cernan and Schmitt motored on the Their Ronald labored in the command ship America orbiting Evans is operating an array of science instruments which are photographing probing large slices of the on a different rest cycle from his awoke from an eighthour rest at Officials said his exploration from orbit was going smoothly and that he had spotted formations in three lo cations that could be evidence of onceactive volcanoes on the If the soil is a product of the voldanism that Brett spoke it may represent material from as recent as 100 million years a time thats only yesterday in the evolution of the the 38year old mis sion and photographed the orange material in color from several angles and then took big scoop Cernan also drove two core tubes into the material to get deeper pressed by time the as tronauts were not able to stay longer and find what Schmitt said could have been evidence of volcanic action from the moons more recent geologic Sled Mishap Injures Coed A Kansas University coed is one of several persons who have been injured in snow and ice related incidents in Patricia a kansas City was listed in satisfactory condition today at the KU Medical Center in Kansas She suffered head and internal injuries when a sled she was riding crashed into a rock retaining wall southwest of Potter Lake about She was taken by ambulance to Watkins Memorial Hospital and transferred about an hour later to the Medical Four persons have been in jured in accidents relating to snow and ice since Lawrence Memorial Hospital reported None was ad mitted to the Three of the victims fell on the and one was injured BRINGING IN THE YULE TREE A timehonored tradition is recalled as the Win Campbell 520 Lawrence hauls in a pine tree they selected and cut at the Pine Hill Christmas tree located seven miles southeast of The farm is operated by Steve and Chris The Campbell children are and The tree is now up and decorated at their JournalWorld Photo by Will Hess A First1 at Chicago LHS Orchestra Performs Well Monday in a sledding the nursing supervisor A special concert by the Lawrence High School Orchestra at the Midwest National Band and Orchestra Clinic this morn ing went very LHS Prin cipal Bill Medley reported in a telephone call to the high school immediately after the performance in the Sherman ballroom in The knowledgeable audience of music educators and pro fessional musicians was very Medley and the students received a cer tificate and plaque after the the first concert ever given by a Kansas high school organization at the pres tigious LAWRENCE HIGHS orches tra was one of only three young musical groups in the nation invited to perform at the selection being made on the basis of competitive tap ings of group No prize or award was involvec since the mere presence of the three groups was con sidered a testimonial to ex leasedwith the or which orchestra members lave been rehearsing since they received an invitation to the j its 2 Data Sifted On Hopefuls For Principal Lawrence School Carl Knox and other administrators are sifting through data about the seven final candidates for Lawrence High School hoping to present two or three choices to the school board at Kissinger Flying Home clinic last The orchestra was conducted by its Kansas Jniversity professor Charles Hoag conducted his own com and J Frederick Vluller of con ducted his arrangement of the Manfred THE 85 ORCHESTRA mem bers and 15 adult chaperones spent 17 hours on icy roads on their journey Medley to Chicago They Medley said he was quite were held up an hour and a half Tuesday afternoon by mechanical and did not arrive in Chicago until 9 Many called their parents Tuesday night for progress The young musicians were but there have been no illnesses or the prin cipal The group will remain in Chicago Thursday for concerts museum visits and sightseeing and will leave for home early Current Peace ion Ends Knox explained this morning hat his work has included telephone and written contacts with the references given by he careful screen ing of their college transcripts and other and other followup THE DATA ON the candidates includes individual impressions submitted by the administrators and Lawrence High School teachers and students who par ticipated in eighthour inter views with the seven Were investigating the peo ple who seem most but were not ready to say weve found our Knox District 497 personnel began the search for a high school principal this after Prin cipal William Medley resigned to become principal of a Wilm high A prin cipal or interim principal must be named by when Medley assumes his new PARIS AP Henry singer and Le Due Tho ended their crucial peace talks ses sion today without announce ment of any agreement on end ing the Vietnam Kissinger prepared to fly to Washington to report to Presi dent Nixon sixhour meeting with Communist and other sources said major points of difference still remain to be ironed out be tween the two top Presidential press secretary Ronald Ziegler told newsmen in Washington the two dele gates at the regular semipublic peace William Porter of the United States and Xuan Thuy of North would meeting periodically to discuss technical aspects of a possible future Ziegler said Kissinger will confer with Nixon and will remain in commu nication with Any decision regarding further meetings of the two top negotiators would be made jointly by both sides through an exchange of mes Ziegler The press spokesman would not say flatly that further Paris talks are but his language suggested that they are There was no immediate in dication of the points of dis agreement which led to re newed suspension of the Before the Presidents nation al security adviser and North Vietnams Politburo member met in a suburban a sub committee of experts held a 90 minute session to discuss de tails of a French press reports said agreement was near on the is sue blocking a ceasefire ac the withdrawal of North Vietnamese troops from South La Nation predicted agreement in a matter of INDEX Wheel Estates pay you to live in Call PLENTY OF GROUND TO The MondayTuesday sleetrainsnow storm here created a mammoth job for local street and highway cleanup and men and machinery were still occupied throughout today on the as this scene in the 900 block between Massachusetts and New Hampshire City officials said the hard crust of the blanket made cleanup doubly JournalWorld Photo Editorial 4 Markets 3 Sports Teen Television LOCAL FORECAST Full weath er Page 5 But the French Communist party said insisting on fundamental changes in the draft he and Tho worked out in October and is holding up the signature of an accord which could lead to a ceasefire within 24 Kissinger was accompanied this morning by William Por the delegate to the fourparty weekly peace and William deputy assistant secretary of state for Southeast Asian Thos delegation included Xuan the North Vietnamese delegate to the fourparty and Nguyen Co Hanois dep uty foreign Kissingers plane arrived at Orly Airport Tuesday night from a air base in Germa Airport authorities said the embassy ordered the crew to prepare for departure today after the meeting with Trackdown Try NonProductive Lawrence police followed tracks of three individuals through the snow this after discovering a breakin at McDonald Beverage on East No persons were although the search and tracking continued for about two hours and three An officer on routine patrol noticed a door to the firms warehouse open at and evidences of blood as though one individual had been Officers also noticed drops of blood along the path taken by one of the The search ranged from the warehouse east to near the city south to 15th Street and through grassy areas in RussellStover Key All Raney Drug deliv ery Auto Insurance hard to Ret Call Gene Doane 821 day or night at Funeral
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