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SCIENTISTS STUDYING MOON ROCKS yesterday turned
up a shiny pebble that looks something like a pearl at the Space
Center in Houston.
Meanwhile, however, rips in gloves used to handle moon rocks
inside the special vacuum chamber used for examining the rocks
threatened a 21x' day delay in the examination of much of the other
lunar material brought back by the Apollo 11 astronauts.
While scientists beganWstudying the moon rocks, the astronauts
continued their debriefing during their quarantine period which will
last until Aug, 11.
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Room, Undergraduate Library, 3:00 Robert Perry Ryan, Education, Dis- attacks, cancer of the throat, emphysema, non-cancerous mouth
p.m. sertaionlaThos CeUo a T th Gde disorders and pregnancy troubles was released yesterday by the
School of Public Health - Delta Attitudes," on Tuesday, July 29 at 9:00 Public Health Service.
Omega Lecture - Hillel Shuval, Asso- a.m. in 3206 U.H.S., Chairman, S. E.,el-
ciate Professor of Environmental Dimond. Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare Rdbert Finch re-
Health, Hebrew University Medical Edward Gustav Dauw, Education, Dis-; leased the 135-page report and at the same time commended the
School, Jerusalem, "Transmission of sertatimon: The Effects of a Special tobacco industry for volunteering last week to end all broadcast 'ad-
Virus Diseases by Drinking WVa t er":I Curriculum and Separate Physical Fa-
School of Public Health Auditorium, cility on a Population of Unsuccessful vertising by next year.
3:30 p.ms yHighSchool Students," on Tuesday, The report is a summary of more than 600 separate studies by
University Players - Michigan Rep-? July 29 at 1:00 p.m. in 3206 U.H.S.,.isb
ertory 69 - Doctor's Dilemma by Chairman: L. W. Anderson. physicians and scientists all over the world. The Public Health Service
George Bernard Shaw: Lydia Mendels- - is required to submit a series of such reports to Congress each year.
sohn Theater, 8:00 p.m.
Degree Recital - David Bowman, or-
gan: Hill Auditorium, 8:00 p.m. GENERAL DIVISION SECRETARY OF DEFENSE Melvin Laird yesterday declared
The Woodwind Quintet - N e 1 s o n 3200 S.A.B. that the United States must possess chemical and biological war-
Hauenstein, flute; Florian Mueller, Placement Interview at General Di- fare (CBW) to discourage that type of attack by other countries.
oboe;. John Mohler, clarinet: H a r r y vision, Please call 763-1 63 for appoint-
Betv; French horn and Lewis Cooper. ments. Literature is available at the He said the Soviet Union has a much greater stock of CBW wea-
bassoon; Rackham Lecture Hall, 8:00 office. pons than the U.S., but offered no figures.
pm. ,Continued on Page 4)
_ Laird made his comments before the Na tional Sertt Coutnc lL
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which was conducting at his request a review of the controversial
U.S. CBW program. CBW cost about $350 million last year.
At the same time, Laird disputed a statement by Sen. Allen J.
Ellender (D-La) that the military has kept nerve gas production hid-
den from Congress.
CBW has become controversial in recent months when the mili-
tary was stopped by congressional criticism from shipping 27,000 tons
of obsolete chemical munitions by train across the country to be
dumped in the Atlantic. In addition, the military has revealed and
stopped subsequently some open-air testing of CBW materials in the
'1.e Pentagon has also been forced, to admit that nerve gas was
being stocked on bases abroad and to remove nerve gas stored on
Okinawa when a leak exposed about two dozen men to CB gas.
CREATION OF AN UNPRECEDENTED federal-state system
to license all the nation's 24 million privately-owned hand guns
was urged yesterday by the National Commissiop on the Causes
and Prevention of Violence.°
"It is the ready availability of the hand gun, so often a weapon
of crime and so infrequently a sporting arm, that is the most serious
part of the current firearms problem in this country," said Dr. Milton
Eisenhower, commission chairman.
The commission urged that states be given four years to set up
a strict licensing procedure limiting ownership of hand guns to per-
sons showing a legitimate need. States which did not comply would
come under a federal licensing system.
However, the Nixon administration last week cache out against
any gun control measures, saying federal regulation was not needed
and would infringe upon states rights.
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THE FEDERAL BUDGET, after eight years of red ink, ended
fiscal 1969 with a surplus of more than $3 billion, the Treasury
Department and the Bureau of the Budget said yesterday.
The surplus was considerably higher than the Nixon administra-
tion's forecasts of $900 million to $1.2 billion. The report showed in-
come of $187.8 billion and outlays of $184.8 billion for a surplus of
$3.1 billion. ""'
The fiscal year-ended June 30.
PRESIDENT NIXON arrived in Thailand yesterday on his
Perhaps because of a pouring rain, crowds were smaller than
when President Lyndon Johnson visited Thailand in 1966. However,
Nixon and his wife were greeted cordially and with a great deal of
Nixon assured the Thai people that the United States has no
intention of ever abandoning them to either internal subversion or
threats from abroad.
Infiltrators punctuated the President's visit with an attack on
a U.S. air base in northeast Thailand, wounding one American.
Nixon's three-day visit to Thailand may include a side trip to
Vietnam. He will arrive in India on Thursday, and from there he will
fly to Pakistan.
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