Northwest Montana's Only Afternoon Daily and Sunday Morning THE DAII Y 62nd Vear Vol. No. 80 The Daily Inter Lake, Kalispell, Montana, Monday, July 21, 1969 EIGHT PAGES 10* Apollo 11 Feat Is Universe GaU SPACE CENTER, Houston AP-- Neil A. Armstrong and Edwin E. Aldrin Jr. blasted off safely from the moon and into lunar orbit today, beginning the complex maneuvers to link up with their mother ship. They left behind their footprints in some complete^ buried in the powder." He said he suspected the rocks came from a crater which they narrowly avoided during the descent to the moon yesterday. yesterday. The firing of the ascent en.._ en.._ gine, scheduled to last more in the history of man. ^ se ^Â°Em^ s ' was setfor Their liftoff began 69 seconds after the a ' ter *"* targeta* command command ship, with Michael Collins its ^Sc^T^L^t* lone passenger, passed 69 miles above moonmca stara? after n a .m. Tranquillity Base. Seven minutes later, *""** *""" rcstperioL they entered orbit and a 3'/4 hour chase is onjy one set of biomedical in- If all went well, the two ships would link up at 5:32 p.m. EDT and head for supine ^ uÂ» cramped miar- white and somewhat jerky, but it recorded history. Among scientists, there was elation that tbe crew had landed an area with a variety at rocks, a treasure that held at least the hope of a rich payoff in the search to learn more about moon and earth. As Armstrong planted Ms size i left boot on the powdery surface surface at 10:56 pjn. Sunday, be spoke words that wUl be remembered remembered for all time: "That" one small step for man, a giant leap for mankind." The camera trained on Aldrin as he stepped on tbe far shore 20 minutes later and exclaimed: "Beautiful! Beautiful! Magnificent Magnificent desolation." There were other memorable utterances during the day of fighadyenjure.