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Daily News (Newspaper) - July 17, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania V J polio Carries Keys To Unlock Solar System cntTKR CM ApaUo 11 IUU auy tnat will I o aster ijrtam TlM prtattry IBlMtM to to OH tn4 I pick up rrmrlTT at the tear and set out ttui will wwrt ate OMB tor aartfc I rack and dirt aamptes nay tell BMOB I waa covld iafaratttlaa wkaihar tka unrwrM is Uxpaadmg caws laaatos and what tkt sun Is lauutoof As astronauts Nail A I sir one Eowia E AJdrin A ud I Michael Collins sped toward Imam their aula chores were a to line them 9 laeemrately on their coarse and minutes of television at jn EOT from about 150000 oat White romance of tka flrat muwd landing moat has eapturvd imagin atioe of BMat pMOHte atroag AJdrin and Collins know tka setenUttc benefits at tteir not to Mart Significant Data Probably mart signifi cant scientific of data that cam bring tack is lanar material said scientist astronaut Dot L Und prior to flight The astronauts plan to brine tack more than 100 pounds of racks and dirt for scientists to stmdy moon Ustly will te similar fo geological study of aarta amid Jofcn W Jack Small chtef of agencys lunar sorfaca projects office Br atudjrlaf tka earth you cam the processes for mad tka aartk he said la studying tka BOOB you do tka Dr Elbert A King of Lunar and Earth Setenoea DiTlslon of the space agency said recently tka density of tka moon was from tka leading to speculation It may haw formal else in the galaxy and captured by tka earths gravity Perhaps Was Cast OK Or he said perhaps It waa cast off from tka aartk after tka eartk was almost Another possibility Is that it fcrmad separately rasa tka aartk tat always has taaa nearby These tkinsa are still a subject of spectmttoa aad probably wort te aoHad at toast antll wa saa aoma samples train tka tamar face he saW Among the experiments tka astronauts are carryiaf toward tka moon is a seismometer one scientist says is sensitive enough to detect tka Impact of a Meteorite tka sine of a pea if it half a mile the objective is simplyto maasve the seismic activity on tanar surface said Dr Garry Latham of tka Lamont Geological Observatory We expect two sources of seismic activity moonquakes which have their counterpart in the familiar earthquakeand mataoroid Studies Are Successful said eartk studies WEATHER Partly cloudy warm and humid today with chance of noon aad ereninc thundaraaowara In fee upper 8fe to the lower 90s Partly cloudy warm and humid tonight Low in the lower and middle 70s Frktey partly cloudy warm oot as humid with a chance of afternoon and evening thundershowers High In the upper 80s Outlook Jor Saturday sonny and warm but less humid with seismographs have bean ike most successful in esta blishing the Internal structure of the earth and we expect them toenjoy similar success In the study of the Another scientific package is a target for laser teams from earth It will reflect them back over exactly the same course they arrived Scientists hope to MM this device to measure the distance between the earth and moon as accurately as to within six Inches You know the moon wob bles and by measuring very accurately those wobbles we can tell things about Its moment of inertia and tell how the mass is distributed inside the moon Lind said Small said the measurements also could help predict aad explain tka moons effect on earths ocean tides We will te able to study tka wobble of tka aartks axis which has bean ill understood but recently has been thought to be associated with the occnrance of major quakes said Dr C o AUea of the University of Maryland one of the men who designed the experiment Examine Composition Another experiment will mine the composition of the solar of mat ter thrown off by the sun Dr Johannes Galss of the University of Berne Swltmr land says the results of this experiment should help deter mine exactly what the solar wind is and provide knowledge about tka tka universe Tka solar wind experiment looks like a peace of abimiaum foil and the astronauts place It the moon so It is directly In the rays of the sun By the time the crew will retrieve the foil about one billionth of an ounce of solar material should have teen collected said The foil will be returned to aartk aboard Apollo 11 aad Galss plans to analyze it in Switzerland The general aim of these will be in contri butlng to questions of the origin of the solar system and the origin of the earth and Its atmosphere Gelss said THE DAILY NEWS VOL 48 HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION Til I USD AY J L LY I 7 I 969 polio Astronauts Racing oward Lunar Rendezvous Cross loodmobile Successful One hundred twenty to units blood were collected yesterday ring the sixhour visit of the mobile unit from the Johns Regional Blood Canter to Despite the hot summer day quota of 110 was surpassed area persons showed jtheir literest m Cross Chapters recorda I one in the region Sponsoring the visit which took ice to the Fellowship Kali of first United Metnodbt Church members of OwensCorning flberglas Club Chairmen of the were Mrs Ronald Osborne J Kenneth Coen Acting as hostess was Mrs A Law ce Westbrook of the orlgfcal 139 donors proved to be 10 snows but the deficit was up by the thirtyfive walk Fourteen persons were ejected for medical reasons and atytwo were first time aors Multiple donors continue to be to the Red Cross lists Deceived into the six gallon club a Huntingdon attorney Mor lls M Terrizzi Joining those ho have donated four gallons Contd on Page 8 Lone Escapee Apprehended Midcourse Correction By SCI Patrol Not Needed James Owens Cook State Cor rectional Institution Inmate who escaped Tuesday afternoon while working on vegetable on Cypress Island was quietly cap tured by two Institution guards southwest of Petersburg yester day afternoon Cook 38 was spotted walking SPACE CENTER Houston Apollo lls astronauts raced unerringly on a space odyssey toward the moon today and their rendezvous with history Sunday in the Sea of Tranquillity Neil A Armstrong Edwin E Buzzr Aldria Jrl and Michael C olliiaa e a third Multiple Donor Cited Shown receiving a pin signifying that he has given sii gallons of blood in Red Cross bloodmoblle visits Is Attorney Morris M Terrizzi of Huntingdon Making the presentation is Mrs Ronald Osborne who with Kenneth Coen was cochairman of Wed nesdays blood collection OwensCorning Flberglas Club spon sored the July visit Subdivision Package Presented Implementation Of County Plan Starts tven and J W McClure WOT were on escape patrol shortly before 4 pm The officers were fol lowing up a report that the es capee was seen in the Peters burg area and were traveling from Petersburg to Alexandria along Route 305 As they passed over the nar row bridge spanning the Penn Central tracks they could see a distant lone figure walking westward toward Barree The officers swung their vehicle a round and traveled up the Bar ree Road stopping ahead of the point where they had sighted the individual Officer Harven crossed over Contdbn Page 8 INSIDE THE NEWS ardeii Club ssuines ew Duties Standing Stone Garden Club affirmed their interest civic improvement Tuesday jht by voting toassume respoo for the plantings at the Ew addition to the Huntingdon Library A committee survey the grounds decide suitable materials and follow rough with the planting at the time Fortyfive members were pre nt in the social ball of St Lutheran Church for the meeting of the club which conducted by President Mrs f James Anderson The mem is pushing toward the Lmark Richard Wisotzkey fcported 92 members to date A bower of dried flower ar sements wreaths plaques Ictures and bouquets greeted the lub members all the artistic feations of Mrs Carl Upde fove of Allensvilie Not only she created them but she Id collected the flowers from trden field and roadside leserved them in a variety of pys I Her address of the evening was I sharing of her wide knowledge flower preservation Mrs degrove read Edna St Vin Int Malays poem Gods orld to open her talk which packed full of down to earth rectlons on preserving flowers Contd on Page 8 countys present rural character The land subdivisions regulat ions a40page package define the minimum limits and estab ConPd on Page 2 Implementation of the Hunting don County comprehensive plan started last evening with the pres entation of a package of standard subdivision regulations to the planning commission by the con suiting firm of Wilson Polakow ski Heine and Simpson The presentation was made by plannertncharge Wayne Wilson and marks the next to last step in the completion of the contract tor the comprehensive plan fi nanced under a 701 urban plan nlng grant from the Department of Housing and Urban Develop mlnt MADRID UPIVGen Fran Final step will be completion cisco Franco will name Prince of a set of zoning proposals Juan Carlos of Borbon whose purpose would be to regueventual successor in late growth In the various regnext Ions by establishing land controls aimed Ann Landers Classified ads Comics Crossword Our Readers Write Society Club Sports 16 14 15 13 15 7 12 4 5 of now perched oh thevnose of the Columbia command ship and the whole world watching their progress At am EDT 19 hours after leaving earth at Cape Kennedy they were more than 88000 miles from earth speed ing on their quartermillion mile adventure at 4358 miles an hour Their launch atop a 36story Saturn rocket was so accurate that they skipped a scheduled course adjustment Wednesday night giving them an extra two T hours of rest All I begin Rest Period Their tasks completed they began their rest about 9 pm EDT after a bedtime snack Collins was asleep 30 minutes or an hour before Armstrong and the men who are scheduled to land the Eagle lunar module on the southwest edge of the Sea of Tranquillity Sunday They are the ones who will take mans first steps on the Conf d on Page 2 Thlrfyeight Fresh Air Children returned to their homes in New YortClty yesterday momlne byr bus The children received gifts of magic slates Huntingdon Bicentennial coloring books and small games from the Beta Sigma Sorority to pass the time during the trip Mrs Mary Ann Muir In charge of the gift presentation was assisted by Mrs Dianne Crews and Mrs JoAnn Bartlow in distributing the presents to the youngsters Eleven Fresh Air Children are staying with their hosts for longer visits and six more will returnon the bus tomorrow Above irSl MUlr SlV6S thC gUtS tp two Fresn Alr Elena Muentes and George Edgerton shortly before they started thsir journey home after a wonderful two weeks of fun and sun in the Huntingdon Area Lull Brings By sharp Drop Spending Bill Fa O Is Given Approval SAIGON UPI American headquarters today reported 148 GIs killed in Vietnam last week the fewest since the first week of the year when a cease fire was in effect The drop in U S deaths was attributed directly to the lull In Viet Cong and North Vietna mese attacks now in its fourth week Another 1612 Americans were wounded ConPd on Page 2 Franco Set To Name as his a speech Tuesday before an extra use ordinary session of the Cortes Passengers Delay Train In Altoona at keeping the reliable Spanish officials said today Francos choice of the 31 yearold grandson of Spains last king whom he has groomed In Spanish statecraft for the last 16 years officially remained a secret But the officials said it was certain Franco would announce his selection of Juan Carlos next 1937 ALTOONA Pa UPI The Penn Central Railroads Spirit of St Xouis was delayed one hour and 20 minutes in this cenwas not to step down tral Pennsylvania town Wed said nesday night when 35 passen gers sat down in front of the engine until repairs were made In one car The passengers complained that the car in which they had been riding was without light ing air conditioning and water 76 Srear old Spains strongman since not be would tance of They sat on the tracks in front of the train No 31 until a on Page 2 likely make inherl tbe Spanish throne on his death or retirement Although he is Western Europes oldest ruling states man Franco was recently pronounced In excellent health by his personal physi cian and regularly goes on well publicized hunting and fishing on Page 2 Check For Changes Hands Participating in the closing of the 51600000 bond issue for the Juniata Valley School Authority delivery of the bonds to the trustee Penn Central National Bank and receipt of the big check are members of the authority bankers and counsel Front row seated are Mrs Mary Jo Price school board secretary John GWhittaker chairman of the authority Harry Christensen of Fidelity Bank Philadelphia representing Kidder Peabody and Company who bought the entire bond Mrs Virginia MonU authority secretary Standing Oscar M Hansen of the Philadelphia law firm Morgan Lewis and Bockius bond counsel Robert M Schaffstall trust officer Penn Central National Bank Thomas B Ebcrlc treasurer of the authority and Atty X Lynn Corcellus Juniata Valley School solicitor HARRISBURG UPI The first major fiscal problems confront ing the 1969 General Assembly passage by the House of a general appropriations bill was solved today but U was only one of many which must be answered before the legislative sessions become history The Democratic controlled House passed and sent along to billion general governmental the Senate Wednesday the spending bill by a vote of 103 Democratic leaderships 91 There was not a single Re publican vote for the measure and only two Democratic votes against it In contrast to last week when 13 Democrats op posed it leading to its loss In a first test The bill was sent to the ap propriations committee In the Senate Reps William O Shuman of Franklin County and Denny J BUler of Blair County were the only two Democrats to say no to the bill and Rep John T Walsh D was ab sent Two Democrats rose from sickbeds to come to Harrisburg Contd on Page 2 SMC Board Meets Southern Preparing For 6970 Southern Huntingdon County Schools board of education voted last evening to continue the re medial reading program es tablished under public law 8910 ESEA through the next school ye ar Three vacancle s exist In the school system at present In re medial reading special edu cation and kindergarten Confd on page 2
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