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Sunday duette-Mail -ChÂ«rlÂ»Â«tÂ«n, Wttt VlrÂ»lnlÂ» IOB--July 23. 1972 Apollo Crew Loses Trophy Nomination Promoted The West Virginia Surface Mining and Reclamation Assn.. has announced the promotion of Ben E. Lusk to executive director. Lusk, formerly director of public relations, had been acting director since the resignation of 0. V. Vande Linde Jr. last January. Before joining the association staff in June, 1971, Lusk was assistant to the athletic director at West Virgi?i- ia. University in charge of public relations and promotion. He is a graduate of Bethany College. WASHINGTON tin-An hono proposed for the Apollo 15 astro nauts has been withheld from them because of their involvement in the smuggling of souve nir envelopes to the moon. Informed sources said that un til the unauthorized postal cover incident became public knowl edge earlier this month, the Apollo 15 crew members, all Air Force officers, were favored to receive the Gen. Thomas D White U. S. Air Force Space Trophy. The trophy, a bronze male figure hurling a Saturn rockel into space with his right hand and holding a reentry vehicle in his left, is awarded annually fcr the most outstanding contribution to the nation's progress in aerospace. It was established in 1961 by Dr. Thomas W. McKnew, chairman of the board of trustees of the National Geographic Society. The society and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration first were notified that the Apollo 15 crew was the Air Force choice for the award. Later notice was sent that the nomination had been withdrawn. i ^ v ^ r i i Â» i A. V J i V l * * Jlg,lll- CJ, Â»Â» C McKnew, asked about the re- David C. Shilling trophy. ports, said merely that the trophy winner had not yet been selected. The Apollo 15 astronauts and their program leader, Dr. Robert R. GEruth, received one of the most-coveted awards, the Robert J. Collier trophy, in March, well before the postal cover dust-up. David, Scott, Alfred Worden and James Irwin also have been nvited to the annual meeting of ;he Federation Aeronautique In- ernationale in Paris, Oct. 1-7, ;o receive some awards in company with selected Soviet cosmonauts. NASA Administrator James C. Fletcher advised the FAI that every effort would be made to lave the astronauts accept the invitation. The entire Apollo 14 crew is o receive the V. M. Komarov liploma for outstanding per- ormance in space exploration. Other awards already re- eived by the Apollo 15 crew include the Andrew G. Haley ward of the American Institute f Aeronautics and Astrcnau- ics; the Air Force Distin- uished Service Medal; and the top Air Force flight award, the riatri^ r* Cliillin/f ffnnUir Items Â»nd pricn in this Â«d Â·Iftctiv* thru So*, night, July 29, 1972. Copyright 1972, Tht Krogtr CÂ». Quantity Rights Reserved. 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