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Thursday, July 24, 1975
DAILY
CLASSIFIEDS
(Continued from Page 6)
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THE MICHIGAN DAIltY

Page Seven

Co-op
requests
funds for
services
(Continued from Page 3)
to funnel our charity and ener-
gy to," says- the owner of the
Indian Summer Restaurant.
"Anything that returns money
to the community helps local
businesses, and that's good for
the whole community," adds
the owner of a local plant
store.
And David of David's Books
joked, "I'm just a nice guy,
and it sounded like a good
thing."
AS FOR the future, says Hall,
"We feel we need to spend
more time educating the peo-
ple of the community about
services they're eligible for."
They plan a "chalk-in" on
the Diag August 1, where chil-
dren from the day-care centers
will color in a mural showing
the names of all the local com-
munity services. They also ex-
pect to have a community fair
some time with booths for each
service.
END OF AN ERA
Apollo
(Continued from Page 1)
"splashdown" in manned apace
flight.
THEY BRING back the foun-
dation for a new age of cooper-
ation with the Soviet Union after
linking in space with a Soyuz
spacecraft and working in or-
bit with two cosmonauts.
In a news conference from
space yesterday, Apollo com-
mander Stafford said their
"most important accomplish-
ment" was the completion to-
gether with the Soviets of "a
very difficult and tedious task"
"It can show," said Stafford
of the mission, "that in spite of
great political diferences, if
people meet commitments, then
a lot can be achieved."
The 32-minute, televised news
conference was the first ever in
which reporters were able to
ask questions directly to men
in space.
THE ASTRONAUTS forecast
that man will find new uses for
space, that America and Russia
will cooperate in new missions
and that American women will
soon also fly into space.
"Space is going to become
more and more a medium to
work in that can benefit people
on earth," said Stafford. He
said that with development of
a reusable space shuttle, "you're
going to see space become more
and more a somewhat routine
type of operation"
A newly accredited newsman
was Al Shepard, America's first
man in space and an NBC re-
porter for the mission. His ques-
tion was to Slayton:
"NOW THAT you have had a
chance of actually flying the
spacecraft after 16 years of
waiting on the ground was it
really worth it? And tell me,
how does it feel to fly without
rudder pedals?"

Slayton, one of the original
astronauts, was grounded by a
heart irregularity and had not
flown in space until this mission.
He joked that Apollo indeed had
rudder pedals, which of course
it doesn't.

Ky-note speaker?
Former South Vietnamese Vice President Nguyen Cao Ky tells an Anaheim, Calif. Chamber of
Commerce meeting that he's hitting the lecture circuit. Ky said yesterday he has hired a profes-
sional booking agent and will charge a hefty $2,500 fee for his story on how we lost the war.
astronauts return today
"The orily thing that upsets The men of Apollo will fire a Force Base near Houston for a
me is having to miss all this rocket on their spacecraft today reunion with their families at
fun for the past 16 years," Slay- to start the journey back to 10 a.m. (EDT) Saturday.
ton sad. "You've known that earth. HONORS already are flowing
long how much fun it was. All The spaceship will settle into to the men of the international
I've been to is banquets and the upper reaches of the atmos- mission.
(heard) you guys talk about it phere and begin a long, blazing Leonov and Kubasov were
and I never believed it was fall toward splashdown. both awarded a second order of
quite as great as it really is. A TRIO of parachutes will Lenin and a second gold star
lower the scorched craft to the for the Hero of the Soviet Union
"WE KNOW we have to come waters of the Pacific in Apollo's award. Leonov, an officer in the
back tomorrow and I'm not sure final service to man. Soviet air force, was promoed
I'm looking forward to it." The prime recovery ship has to one-star general.
Brand, also on his first mis- been in the splashdown area for The Soviets announced many
sion, called it "the greatest ex- several days now, training for invitations for tours by the
perience I've ever had. It's just the astronauts' return. spacemen.
been super." Stafford, Slayton and Brand "Together with tiieir Ameri-
Of the Apollo spacecraft, he will remain on the carrier, un- can colleagues they will evident-
said: "We can fly this thing dergoing medical examinations, ly make a tour of the world," a
is part of the machine." as it cruises to Pearl Harbor. Soviet official is quoted as say-
isThey'l transfer to a jet trans- ing in a dispatch from Tass, the
BRAND also predicted "In the port and fly to Ellington Air official Soviet news agency.

years to come we'll have women
in space. I think the first good
chance will be in the shuttle
era" when America flys a re-
usable spaceship large enough
for privacy.
One reporter asked Stafford if
he had any regrets about the
closing of this chapter in space
operations.
"Certainly, there's a lot of
nostalgia in seeing the end of
Apollo," Stafford replied. "It's
going to be a quiet program for
a couple of years, but down the
road, things are going to be
great, too."
MEANWHILE, cosmonauts
Alexei Leonov and Valeri Kuba-
sov arrived in Moscow to cheers
and embraces. They underwent
extensive medical examinations
at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in
tentral Asia where they were
takenafter landing safely on
Monday.
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