Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana on July 20, 1971 · 8
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Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana · 8

Lafayette, Indiana
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Tuesday, July 20, 1971
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8 JOURNAL & COURIER Lfqyette.west Lafayette, Indiana Tuesday, July 20. 1971 Tomorrow At Purdue WEDNESDAY . a. m. Advanced Dairy Merchandising Academy, 214 Memorial Center. , a. m. Advanced science seminar for hydrology professors, 306 Memorial Center. 8 a. m. Seminar for teachers In associates degree nursing 310 Memorial Center. 8 a. m. Introduction to appraising real estate property, 314 Memorial Cen- 5:30 p. m. Convocations and lectures meeting. Fowler Hall, Memorial Center. nLS&T&SS? Bnd m0V'eS' 202 More Peace Corps Volunteers Seen WASHINGTON (upi) The Peace Corps expects 26,000 volunteers this year, a gain of 7,000 over 1970. Director Joseph H. Blatch-ford said the increase marks the first upturn in requests, applications and volunteers in five years. NATURAL VITAMINS THOMPSON SCHIFF PLUS PRODUCTS Phone 447-0633 2113 South St., Lafayette SCHRADPR JEWELBY OPEN MON. thru FRI. 4 V ' TILL. 6 P.M. W V SAT. TILL li NOON V & 1S N. 18th St. Ph. 742-8714 & Save with Cheker BankAmehicarq These cards accepted. PRITCHARD TV SERYICE SALES SERVICE Hi: Man. and Frl. eve. 'til P.M. TIMS., Wed Thurs., Sat. 'til 5 P.M. 624 N. 5th St. Ph. 742-8936 k"-.. lii mini mmiiy"'f TO V V S V f i'Mf i 'f'i ill l Id-llS - Ei::?I!:f lUlllll!ll!!iM. l SiSlljl, im I .'liH'iPS'PSI i: ! III J ilito'ijii lll!!MIM!l! i'4 .1! i III :; :iHl!li V!IW fc0illW. !. millll II Pa B fniiii iiiSiiikiSii ljilii:?ll j UfHttttfltttiltlf1 -': 'li-'rwiliiiliiil ;j jill"1"" I . I1'-- ... W. s m " :': ' ; n i ' j.' 'if-:!! A "Miiijl m mt li'UHl rii-:i': N. ! ::;: V'':,l 'lift' Mi-liim i - iltliiilliiiiii ,i : :'!8!!l!l ifSS II 1 11 : Ssill s: F , . l'1 1 111 sS i III III I ! i f ill I PlISjJ1 Pl'lllllliiiP: 'It. .l: !. : ':). ! ...:. ..iril; :: i .ii-.:;,';:.!. n.Jliih!:.:- Richer By $5,000 Prof. C. P. Leslie Grady Jr., (left), one of University's' new president, Dr. Arthur G. 40 winners of gifts from the Merck Company Hansen. Grady will apply the grant of $5,000 Foundation, discusses his work with Purdue to his research in waste water control. Water-Fouling Control Work Grant Winner C. P. Leslie Grady Jr., an assistant professor in Purdue University's School of Civil Engineering, is the winner of an unrestricted $5,000 Merck Co. Foundation grant. It is one of 40 given by the foundation this year. The grant is "to support the research of young faculty members at universities and medical schools and to assist unusually promising individuals who may be handicapped in obtaining research grants from other sources because Landfill Closing Lafayette's municipally-owned landfill, west of Canal Road, will be closed from 4 p.m. Wednesday until Thursday morning so that the area may be baited for rodents. their reputations are not yet established." Grady was nominated for the award by Prof. John F. McLaughlin, head of the School of Civil Engineering, and Prof. James E. Etzel, environmental engineer, for his outstanding contributions and investigations on water pollution control. He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in environmental pollution control and an advanced graduate course applying biochemical engineering principles to the design and control of micro-waste treatment processes. His research includes kinetics of microbial processes for waste water treatment, and different facets of the physiology and activity of activated sludge. Grady, 33, received his B.A. degree in 1960 and his B.S. degree in civil engineering a year later, both from Rice University. He continued there for an M.S. in environmental engineering in 1963 and received his doctoral degree in 1969 from Oklahoma State University. Philosopher Dies CORONA DEL MAR, Calif. (AP) James A. Long, 72, leader of the Pasadena-based Theosophical Society for the last 20 years, died of a heart attack. After he became head of the philosophy group, he founded the magazine Sunrise. He also was author of the book "Expanding Horizons." Illllfifllfi 'f? ' - I n l-' -i!... r i 1 ' ..I t" ' " j it 4- -- J ? h - - ' lsllllllil::.::i:3 j -. : - -rliwnmii ni-rr-i f nmii mi-t " --' - Your physician and your AiTIK phorroacist . . . your good health team! You depend on your physician to prescribe the proper medicines for your health needs, and you can rely on your ARTH pharmacist to prepare your prescriptions accurately and carefully. The well-being of your family is their prime concern and ARTH will do its part as a key member in your good health team to see that you are given the finest prescription service available. You can depend on ARTH Drugs. i '$.gjr, lists'- :'?e? Grissom Memorial Dedication At Spring Mill Wednesday -MITCHELL, Ind. (UPI) On July 21, 1961, Mitchell native Virgil I. "Gus" Grissom made fellow Hoosiers proud by becoming the second U.S. astronaut to fly into space. Thus, on the 10th anniversary of the Project Mercury sub-orbital flight Wednesday, it was fitting and proper that Purdue University graduate Grissom be honored with the dedication of the new Virgil I. Grissom State Memorial at Spring Mill State Park. The parkv and the city of Mitchell are almost contiguous here in Southern Lawrence County, south of Bedford, and it was appropriate that the memorial will be located permanently in the lovely natural setting of one of Indiana's most popular parks close enough that Gus's old friends and acquaintances can walk here from their homes to v i e w it whenever they wish. Grissom, after his 1961 flight, was command pilot of the first Gemini flight on March 23, 1965. On Jan. 27, 1967, while testing the Apollo 1 capsule at Cape Kennedy, Grissom and two other astronauts were killed in a flash fire. The dedication Wednesday also coincides with the second anniversary of the historic walk on the moon for the Apollo 11 astronauts July 21, 1969. Gov. Edgar D. Whitcomb declared the date a state holiday last year and again this year. The mayors of Bedford, Bloomington and Mitchell proclaimed it a municipal holiday in honor of Grissom, who was born at Mitchell April 3, 1926. I.U., Purdue Calendars To Jibe in 72 Indiana University has revised its academic calendar so that the first, or fall, semester will end before Christmas this year. Purdue University changed its calendar for 1972-73 and, like the Bloomington campus, will begin school before Labor Day next year. The Christmas holiday under the new schedule will separate the semesters. In the past, semesters ended about two weeks after the Christmas vacation. This year, Indiana will start the program by enrolling students for the fall semester next month. The second semester will begin in January. Indiana officials said that in addition to getting exams out of the way so students can enjoy their holiday more, the new schedule will get them off earlier in the spring to hunt jobs. Purdue's program will begin in 1972 with the first enrollment date set for Aug. 28, 1972. The first semester will end Dec. 20, 1972. The second semester will run Jan. 8 to May 5, 1973. Commencement will be May 13, 1973. The memorial, which will be open daily after Wednesday, is a rather small but completely authentic museum with outstanding exhibits depicting Grissom's life. The exhibits include the space capsule used in the 1965 Gemini flight, the space suit worn by Grissom on that flight as well as helmets worn on both his stratosperic journeys. Those attending the dedication not only will see those souvenirs of the famous flights but also Navy Capt. Jo!.n W. Young, who was copilot with Grissom for the three-orbit flight around the earth in 1965 and later participated in 1966 and 1969 flights. Young will make a jet trip to the park to help dedicate th; memorial and will speak at the ceremony. Then he will fly t' Cape Kennedy to participate in the countdown for the Apollo 15 moon flight scheduled for July 26. Grissom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Grissom, will participate. They still live in Mitchell, where Grissom is a retired railroader. Two brothers and a sister of the astronaut and their families will attend. Grissom's widow, Betty, who was Grissom's Mitchell High School sweetheart, was seen as a doubtful attender. Their son, Scott, now 21, recently sustained a leg fracture in an accident. They live at Seabrook, Tex., but Mrs. Grissom's father, Claude Moore, and Mrs. Moore, will attend. Joe Garagiola, after completing the morning television show on which he appears daily in New York, will serve as master of ceremonies. Whitcomb will introduce special guests. The Mitchell High School band of 100 instruments will present an hourlong concert. The invocaiton will be given by Chaplain John Campbell of the Air Force base near Peru which was renamed for Grissom after going by the name of Bunker Hill for years. Also present from Grissom AFB will be Col. William T. Gentry, headquarters commander of the 305th Air Refueling Wing, Strategic Air Command. All members of the Indiana congressional delegation and all members of the Indiana legislature were invited along with state officials, mayors, prominent educators and political party leaders. JEFFERSON SQUARE SPEED QUEEN COIN LAUNDRY OPEN 7 A.M.-10:00 P.M. 7 DAYS A WEEK IN JEFFERSON SQUARE BEAUTY SALON MANAGER Competent beautician to take complete charge of our salon. Operate like your own business. Top salary plus bonus. Also need 2 additional operators. Guar. Sal. plus com. -fc Store Benefits tAc Convenient Location Free Parking Charge Accounts All Interviews Confidential APPLY PERSONAL DEPT. W. T. 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