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old Tniin"

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all

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Ken the crowd in

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rhr expression*

Actions speak louder than wards

New

Mantihliuk^s Bring Help for

my

Elien. lb

rally for the hospital

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the

fund-raising

Lruitr lines

Irnnl a\ she dais, find

Hospital

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astonishment, he

vcmimftm

dedication

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formed

in

5U minutes., in ex-

in

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been a h ighJy tfutertni fling sh ow Bn to nu% md no don hi to othi^ fni-ricocr- prevenL the Occasion also rr vu a c m odi and laught much The central and m.nv,i important factor influe in rig the emerging new n at ton Kenya |$ the formidable Jomu Kenya! uhiinMdf. And, in dram a tit fiLthiorv, we harj s*™ ;l it tad

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hold upon the people and the philosophy of unity and $trif-lieip he sn constantly and imd^-sk |>re Judies r

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Ni/^ro,

and England, he lived In

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Kikuyu that snujihi selfunder ihr Uric aw, for Kema * v majority Wei} educiited in fumyu

hu tribe aovemment in

ih

when

the

r.-

in

tirr.i

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l

declared the

Mati emergency, be

was sei^al.

victed as ktidcr

the

i

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mu rile mu-

rr min e x tars i n

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obvious Heir apparent, :ind iu- death* tnan.v observers feel, would leave a vacuum that, might wdl Tvsuli in a player

Isjl-

‘.iruirelr

ivi

and public disorder

,

aim Urn ttmuy years.

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Mau

it

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i|uu^tJon of

und con-

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in

Hut rhL« much ihisi'arliot (mhlic utteruni

r> bu'fure

and

after

tin-

main km\ e>,

M.m

.ilia

and in spcecbM-iu uprising,

martyr in the cviv-. u: nil ut Kenya more than 70 tribtis. the one man with truly nuiiontfl prt^U^r and

urped orderly. Eawfulc hanE-e. Print to Kenyan independence in December '•"• h hr wav imy*uz aim lie on revenge rtpr+ ‘“There muss

influence

i>.

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[holitic.il

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virtual

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peuple of

all nice.’

together

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rittiftffts

law

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SEunrantei'inj?

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refit

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pcmnit

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devoid of rancorous public dEficu^inn The Kema Ciovernmrnl showini: iscmil interest m LhttartLirJtl ^teas/* respect iirJvjite- property rights and encourages foreign invfttmi'ni He! ween 3% 2 jtnd ]*Mi7 United Still.-

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tarih Muld al fair price* to African?, n con-

Europeans, Asians*

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arc

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fmnq minority ficrotaps fair riserthough they comprise

fnii tioD

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once owned

President the Mzre has given

first

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mated

Eun>|iejtti

private lir^t

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LUid

3

very hard for him 1o under si aitd."

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way he want* them dead. Thr buffalo eaL> il- rmf-y so dues hrcltfph&m And either one can kill him/ explained A. IP. ArhieiiPr Permanent Socman liin the Minister ofTottti&Ji and Wildlife the hunting area.' he sees a foreigner 'hom trophy, take the head, and leave the meat tn ace: either

;

tireal

>fpratf

the

\

ranging from tropic seashore and high moun-

no! beta aeifimpjfehtd without

lia>

T'lii

p

sericulture ns

<n

H

1

mnal Geographic^ Fe b ma n 1909

X:ii

industry.,

l

thr

natinnsd

Mastl

coiflpiiic

jilrihUi

a

rnlr in suuiurmt

mono. HwtQmfytel

— 'i^i

Rnil I'lirkuna, dll turn tht'ir

Ken>nV p'jjmhi. ehhIjeIi:.-. Most uEi?cr

siaflh uf

u- nJI pull tcictili.T^ luckt upi tJm ^oLhffnlun

S

1

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Mb

F~

m.”"

p

11 1DJ|

>wj

[

a,

g*"

«H

L

T

Tk

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m

artlsJ^t

:tniOlip tlU!$:

think mint

I

Mir .•southern sanrliMidn. >, with Mara, Amhn-dit anrl of nat ihuir sky- ram; King

xnu

be-

'

I

lawny jli ;i lion in ihc ^ darkened with the occasional ink fafob qs cloud shadow and the wSklb

ittasa.

ej-u-d

forms

til

thorn

&|,i

hi

Vmit

y

t

K

reee-.

Vchl^li1

!

phonograph u t Bruce Dak and 1 marveled fit how indifTt rrni the animal* were to our Land RluSi nl Mtf-m snored it Hi nr/ SiiiJl

1

others

human* white a f

hkL

Sixth

curii™ "Vti

--triru-tJ

Uittrt

an- in

tbk vehicle, and tht oil Lind pelrnT fume* mask our spent" explained

Kd

safari leader.

(air

watch

Pinfold. ‘"Bui

happens when

wh.Li

away

fron

hr

get

1

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af Ed stood C(Ulo4ly by the trumpet. homNearby Hurds of lopi and

Miftddr,

i

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h

*

son's jsaaelJ*

^impeded

in

panit,J

‘"Dan'E ever

do

Ed

that yourself,

warned "Rvim

afoot lo -hr InUi

1

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van be Vtefy dangerous learned JuM how dannurouInter th.it same day iri conversion Kv\th M aj Evelyn Wood Ti^ tuple 3

BMtehajn, -eniur antnc warden fnr all swiithwre.1 kenyiL, a man who.se

physHjOt and handle bar mustache .LfL- a* imprus-tveK proportioned Lti

name

hi*

LptfEt 176).

Animals have killed all Masai (rihtsmen "

.-I

tis-i

\i-iir-

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the

durtnj:

lift inn

In

people

my

paM

ju-

three

ht said. ‘‘Cape huffaJn mil

number

i>f

vu 7

them, They're

fcrtvichcr

known them tr-

I've

a.

hide

brush by n water hole, wait for native \uimrti |i> come and US ihrr

in

I

rtr*.

then rip

back

its

the> start home.

liLiffaJi

i,

all

tJui

11

In the opinion of hunter

John Cook, nf

women up

Eh«.

Mt

hig^me

iirmcd with

.i

the most durveenm-

TJritil

recently.

Conk +

escorted Lmirisi

rifle,

groups tin Huvenil hunfired yards ihev must walk through forot lo V'ui-M rv

13

1

the- fufUilNp

MM

Science Tr edict*. College d^rriiriates iht nimptiA. n -lalT^

whs.-h

iht school

, L.ii.!nc4

tc-iirher>

ii

U

sindis an nc^kd tllr-fi iw M-r -m*p ihr

164

J

Lil

in

;i

Mm

m chitl

i>fii

T

ClLd/tC'itiUHX j£

V

»

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id from road classes al Kcny^i

N :urobi A modern WnfewtaWEr -

it

|

1

him* Delphi

1

5

^.jt

»

h

(and whrrr

.ihsLilr.

of

jL

t”l

-| rtm*rfcr'-

I

ilTr^ LTral rdlH^ltinal third nt nmir of LKl- t h»

JiM .i

i^ruum

perched high atop pilAIutin h unti^ nc.ir a water n rk hr on h ale m rt xiiJ rc \;i TreetopsyoW raft it Inp-idi deck mi

ill*

lioiel

Mr

t

-

r

about 100 sj=fundary--xHnftE

util

-ui

r-tt’re-i'-mi

Trerfups. Mie ns

Ln

^ S .i

1

iv ate h

I

i

<

mu ny sj u-e

to drinks

i

I

Il-s

unjiwfm

1

uf an

i

m

i\S

come

nf '-our presence


h

1

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overhead spane* “4-5 lade rmc afternoon rook and cuunEL'd 17 huffalin n toward the water ltofc lik\mht\m\ lien pf block ’imms cuttle. "A hi umie at me once very suddenly from behind a huge bnuldur,” Cook recaJled. "J off mu - Uhit him m ibe Mi mm He fell d-easi on nntal, tuv lun fool Tough hr.i'-iv blown hole that yaii con liNuc through 1

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a buffalo, but SUIT U came on. 11 The path to Ti-eerii]:iH t? spotted with smut Juit baJTPrade* that people ran dodge behind if charged b itTalo. elephant rh 31 n his happens rarely miked i'titok H he over had i

.

m

1

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l

to shoo?

t«-

|>r«

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i

cc i hi*

ward*

r

"No. nnd I vc been dot op this work for nv re ha n h nee yea r? Jus per emit t h m of h five elephant* filer the croup was escorting Only one old bull ftftUy seemed determined He iertiained and bellied Up IP tilth [

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1

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,

E

i

then changed his mind ami

I'Ui

wdu

[r:.Kh mi iu:i

^pellhmmd

1

off"

Several wa-k? after my visit tu feel ops, ll dW elephant had tu tie dim by another hunter

I--

-!

.i

I

i

an elderly woman. The .mfmal

lo ptfAitit i

lead less than IS |Wt i'rnm the terrified

stiulehts

>

.lo.-

Colk^

spirted

I

*,

i

ai

hey alyjh' iu

U> irjurh as a giivrn»

mcTit^rlecteril >diuo!-^tieri|pipj hi '

fell

«

iimprjimd nitrubciu-eJie

etnL TcacherK

bSvn-frcc, then

£.<

it

fcsiiole

tow

n.

tentriftt,

P Lifting the pieces lo.tcllttm \ -*h.- ! ui hi m Vain lii r.u.kiry hehn a=Armh|c irUrk parts lklpurteil from llriuucL t Ti-arhsis uJf a Lruiflfcd latjor (i-B-i.e b him- f^r Kirvyab. Inp pfiuflty |=nab. =

i

Kenya

\\ ildJ jfr Stir?i

the Kinntmiij

;i

hud T h audit I -Jetts u-n in Cook somethinc had al.’-n nuhrerl in Temple i^"-i li:u:i Touch 1

I

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i

,

m

4h m e n ttmeiiLal hut each stifled to lake un .j certain *ottne?-. of tone, a vnh tinned with eaiotiuii, when he •ve fe ns Si* of tli r I'm-

+ l“n

\i

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1

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i

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spoke of

Ksmvai T

his atL-ii hinent to

wildiT-

ness -mil wildlife Sn dad arror WilTirun Holders, another Vrb ran of the Kenya soe^e -I

hunter, con Servnbrp nist, .on

Mount Kenya,

the plush

Could Holden's "Yes,

nwner

part

gf

Safari Club,

fee! inn

scribed as love at hrst

l

Jar

Kmyu

lie

de-

sictil?

hinpiwns occasionally in love nffflirv, m\d the -.tar n| to any screen TOiBaiices. Holden and -I'veru uLhcr painin h-m-a l t 2MKftcrn come reserv e adjacent to the club It

-

griiumis

rm opinion

In.

introduces fo

il

sin

rairou riding 3 needed nolt of reality The posh n^orlt with its liururv cplliiges and

Jumpered pounds? .H'ttned To me ;i> far rcmu veil rum t he real A Kansas connI

l

tr>r chib,

Very tnris

at

rent,

bow ever,

is

t

he report 5 maiuuti-

backdrop, snow-capped Muunl Kenya,

|7j. KS

land ipa^v

fret I

-IS.

mg tin tain

the highest

\ guide look

me

in the

by logging

rsad high into its drrrtrhcf] forest amid thi: sw irlinit mists and the &RJgbing treeii, the m all n ai n ' 3c ^erids ht 3i n:i q u fe» be it v obi e ;

r

1

t

Kt're-Xyoaa,

i

|

Mountmci

t

I'

BriKhimaSi il called by the klkuyUn largest of Kenya's rsf

LOS


and

tribei,

Xipu t

ii'iil

ui

ibffltft

In

Kikuyu

Mu-jjai, the yi\

In

t

I

Muk

1

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r

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v

i

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to

it

h

the earthly dwelling place of urrl.ilrl w ,r- fashioned h> iiend the Ihi1>\

m

ti

of lie Universe Itlld uUi,ml In; hud dhftc lop tin man Kikuyu founder ol the tribe. r

l

Me .abowed Uikuyu spot

full erf

thi beauty qj ihe lindi andi puifitin^ \* ircir^. ctmtinandi-d OiktiYiiio descend ami c>-

l't|£

homesleaH This he did* and ever since then iln Kikuyu uhi'ii. priiVLti]? turn Umard the Mountain m[ Brfahtnes* fired with Upmiicd hands idTW sacrifices I’ro tent kciunna tell* this fcKend m fits book Fat mg -chnkirly acrmjnt of the Kikuyu trite fimt A>n;yu published in MM when he Wit- a rtuckn? of until mpntnEi in I.mpiM'im KnntAine that legend >m> can teller undet-Tanrl iSir \ I an M-iu. n t i r 1 v oh "l iv ni Wet K km u L n l\ ea r u ye hv lard givoti their fa uridine f.nhet Gikliyu by Mnpai bnd been Howl by the white

labls^h ttert hL>

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mm

Old

Led

Blond)

In

riming

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m

KniViiN Interior did mn jrC under v. until the British completed ihi railway from Mombtiszi fa lie path ol umpire had been hi sued dike \'n lot£fc ii i fl(ll by j brand fill nj redoubtable missionary -explorers wrm peiwrated cast Africa in the inkblOt |i cmtMTf* Before hrM Aral i" and tVH'ttiuuese, I'maial settle in from oldcu tlnu - had urnust Lit muni in

White

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Eined their inti rc^t in In Mir i-aiiLtuumj

Ur interim in raids

t

>il

hr

fm

andivorv Help mure, n

-lux e'

L n!

Bril is Ii sirmJi-

.

In- purse; wealth) young peer with detfirmi nation Ed mulhe found much of the Wfck-w popraLiiud by nutivcN dcrnnhsi ruled he land’s potenCiaJ for European farming irrthochi, and started the influx iif white settler1

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Tlu' Kikuyu, hiivt

regarded this territory n> part iif their home Lind; they claimed they had left ft tempdntrHj urn bug ben ire the criming of Mir whdt mao «h amt* m fami

c

\

r

.ikv H iy.s

1

and

ine

d; tra>e

that

>vl

cpt the aara

Smnlricring roenlmepu over land and. utter grin* v .mi ms ii LJ.I1) flared op in Mu Mum JvJ„ui opri-iing nf lv5?-S(i Bui many Kikuyu, its well as other trite-nron. could not stomach i

the obsrene

of

oiilh.-

niiMnbersbip required by the secret

and Africans, not Europe™- <>r \ -limy, did most of the lighting and dying m roiMiuicii 1o Man Man Of 1. ~b Afincasi- nlTiM.il MiipUerl \i> killed b> Mu teiToriib Is; were rsvilioji-. the reniaining > M tein:u member^ of the security furuts. Although mtu- I.- nri white society, or its terror lactics +

I.-

farmers received

and

ii 5

uat |MibIidi>

.

unb,

S

A'Lui- \eas

1

K

j,

Ori the

Mwu Mau sMe

he blood bulb 5-ndrd, the Africans sfill were m»i pcrmUtefl Lu Wln'i’i

(>ivr M>

r«a re

j JP-S

1

-

r*a

r

jj^l

* 1

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k

^

--r^

"

lialit!!

Tlii-

lf^

nf Kfliiu'-s

I

p

jDQ were

kiEh-d

Lt

l.ind pruliJem renuiined.

mvn md I.

\fticaiL’.

in

^mi

1

ricldy

hjiS Ipct'll

answered t^r mun'. Colonial law bnireM them from nwntng dir eliiMTcsi Input, and reliuivrlv few wttt r^rmitted te yptiw t<ifFi!r and Llm in f ilnpc-Eil-Oii W’tLh W-liilc.- IraJLrd blnfnpcJiiflt Thtse rrrvn In krrbfiaifE 'ft^Ed- atm EMt. fanned y owned '

,

M

Eutoiiean ^iviliaib Europeans in Mrc sucurriy ranks tilled he totiil toll in j

b'

Kuetiifu

,LftA r

«

navi- haiTL baujfhi iiy iln

itmi’rnmcni ,m+l

ten ild In Afrkan imnllhaHers. Isuim- farmer c^tii!e> tiavr been knqil irOnci Amt nrivi arc- run a> ^ctprali^B Lb:


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19>9, four

Mk-^' re- tract ions by h

k-ath prior to

\nd

ence

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Rtmya 5 in depend-

1%i

in

began the

il

purchase of .n: h i,i -:HJ acre- of lain fm n E u rofrt d n - U ?r - s4 to Undlfc^ African 1 on hheral loan tcrm> [preceding yttgesi tbe opinion of Bruce Me i

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M

kenz it inbte r o \ cru Itu re in rime Ihc program tuinr to prevent renewed Mrifc "The kettle #as not only .

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n msiiL

\\

[

A

It

1 .

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I

mil

mg

unit

about to blow up," he told me, "Hu nrnv the slfcam ^ out oi I

the keuJe,

H

hr Bri tah Iftnd-tmmfe r program ami several related projects u tiding about oi]L’ and a half ini hem lucres, have been k^ n n m] ile ted u nder t hi jm% i-rtuuent. Saw, with finan’

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t

r

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tal

L

L!

i

Emm

(

I

various interiin

Kenya

lion al s-outtK,

i? in

the

midst cifacquirms'-MiiierjiCWjOOfl LidditionLLl acres from non cits rorsaic fo Vfid rafts* mostly smjdlholdrr?- \vhrn." farm* usual h. do not oscecd 15 nrrr* Othhowever* quid ft er A In nn i

i

.

under yea num or farm programs. imd

Inrgc- scale (.heir

prop-

erties iirr conslrkntbly larger

"We have atv not I

bill

.u

cf

taken fairly good

break op shdsc farmhigbft vatu llL] e to the

tii

economy." said Mr. McKenzie 1

Mum.

be

tine

sit

the

Agriculture

i>

bi^t-known turn

in

ter of

Kenya* partly

mu [lone Imp

Fumotis

In

1

in ftieiuk in Vajrol

i

ihi

Krny^-biiict Ind-

mv So fluc fi Briftlimrl befnre n UrfUsh law rinrbing \-tzm tmmi-

Exan-mi

wf nC

into

rflci'l

idler iTnJtpr iidencc

ht h^idnp. :n

bi."l

In Murt'li

bd

nyted

I

'JfrS

Tiimisiimh

.ireas

I

crops ns coffee and lea Uh*lef Colon m luih then? •flip*’ could be irroivii nJ > on plots uf five acres or lur^cr osteosib!^ so lh;U he ;i:-.1l

i

,

*

I

detection

he fLi>iVr

and cuthtuI of plant rlihtnst would and lew Africans own^d plots that

l

liivertirneid ftielf

who

Kenyan

had ended

]

lardy her am- e he

ql iive.

1

the gqvern-

4

mn-ntl)

«0 Lht-

diffiLuby of hi^

JuLj.

c

oul

nrirl

menE' 5 only white minister, but

K t n va's cn

extreme depent

n oiti)'

I

upon agriculture; at le-a-^t thrve ioh:* ;ire farm -con net:ted Mr Mc-

keraZ]c tins io yruter

ibc^ vital yc\

I

r

ir

nt tht

Afrtrajiizaiion and anornN A^aumiUMi-i fhtkseii it prnd u c ti vo im?itn while serving >

l

I

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r

biidgc between two ruet^. The politica] op>c inn jn f'nrhamrm Uivors esjiropniilion it-

1

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Eurotwan-mvnod Jnnd Without ppLvment. and this ihe Agrtrullune Mannet. -rienkijiE of

for

Jorge.

Tile linLc.nh

Asians,

ili-.sHlin

Mnncuver, an practice the peal mtyuidlv nt Vfrn an^ were excluded riitn the rich return offered by such 3

tif

rather than

:

to heal the immipr.atioTi

Jiiodyctivc a^nciill uru

*n

I

lift

whiskers

mu&ladte

hi si riant

anil

Bidding farewell

of

i

lit*

^nvernmeiit, itoutly resists

AcCci rding lo 'Mr

Mt Rtfiuttc, "uobudy

i^-


J

i

fwtfea tn sell"

hb

eminent poEky, and mi cnuuirh

eji

That h

mdml

(Hr there

seem

l.inri

in-i/itin^U!-

within

isnvr.

in.

ir

n-uE,

il

ils

l

\\nn% work

bti>kr%

hi-

fort c us

you,

fiat

how

farm?" tespJtt such pA>blcrn* prnduiUmt lipid*. Lip. mw lor tiiytfilt in a swing through the

can I

me T ^Africiiits nia and do

told

voLl

west nf TV'-iirobi He*e too* ;l> m the garni? arcus die land ha- beet? blessed with beamy

— bui

4

beauty,

fcnfi

and vufdanL

Pu.sil

At Kau^nim the govern men hewed from t

Ei'JTfit

land tur u tea inir-i’n From adis-

rhi,

knows

the LirmtT

hn*

lit

Iliem-

ll

l

1

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Some trlbesm«m

h

;

brings bed lurk.

it

aped

make

tinl

a -npefeiitloLis k version

vi-

=

a count

tn tnatin^

yd living things, belie

ung

With

the iray syMctn, they the actual riHlimi-by-cuturig

count

Hip nearby

I

agricultural hcartlanil nil he mirth find ucurth-

l

With tin t rrtys he jh ki.*cp hi:: own ” omt, he dopsn t tike in depend on uj Thrfr Mill another r&LStm for the trays

>'i

community who one w ilEihgiu disuse ur Llu-ir propCrt v But as one while farmer. h-Eifl holdin?

ts full,

drtcL

l>t

Kuittpw

tin

tm>

a

t

dark.

forest bulked awfully

foreman

itsked the

1

1

tile

1

dense iind men were

ever Hi minted by wild nnitnils: Eieph;kfl|s,’ he said grimly "Satttetimc* we can fri^hi^n rlunn off with Wider flashes, n nn Ls bin h;s itti exjijta s \x i h Lit doe ^ IJ

i

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work,

w'e call

drive diem utT

Man

csr

ii

to

"

shruit litem

Ijiumli Mite rlun

V;iii FVi*<ttiro

Oi'.t-

'

Game Department

the

n\

r

mfpst in le resting agriry]

\

luml iJevelopiTsemi, tht Mwva IrdgaLkia Srtde merit hffpin under itir lirit i>h j_-. a coosEntcticm pmierL tn kce tainces bus during tinMati Mau upndiur T Vi oners built an eiperiinentat system t'or growing ncc in li ,

>

>

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si largely

set tied

viihey

miles northoiL-t of

liil

Nairobi lm|.tv« wirh water Tbfbfl .ihrj XyamiiLdi Rive--

Li|i|>eil IVtuti iht

hath fed by the

rams and snnwi uf Mmint K.eitv;u rhe v.tlky has become green nasb^: S CKK) ia re ni idejiP

tkid

awTty to the infinity af mirmr images.

rii'e

hki* rtn

The

:-

=

tttiridh^ stretch

mppmfe

gmwing,

fproject, still

hunma

met oae such himlly W bile W' k m j -il- jilt dike Inward nl flui bii'tN rairlEmr j oeil1 but nnhar vested jiToi A farmtr, KLi wHir, and small son urn hr red neurlj

2,(XXi families I

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burdni>!f*| ihrouuJi a dike, ihcy

thii

on

IE

had

mudd}

ilitdi

l

and

ntitis

hist initherad ihclmst grains

il'V foEjr j* re field

The man's English was faigtbehUrv und B D’^i:>-Uu

let Future

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g

Indian child awiut- di IJiitur? tram Nairobi during the 'X^imTTUifrnilon 1

Main?.

.ii

.ki,

J

Many

criiiz ojs

hut hr gnl hir feel tags Rtrn.-- to me t4 " I’ll err, h o sai d, pointi n tn hi* plot. mc= e

haltinfi,

It is

failid Eo reach liriiEiin in time, LTnatblr

nim-riiijjjn,^ in Etinl

jeb*

m

Kenya, toi had In

“It i^ vtFfj

1

elsewhere

for

a neu

hntrvcljirtri

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.

i'Iim

|i;u

d

il in

l.

U'ii

Im^h

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Tike roll in* Inu n- curpt'Ling the hill.HuU--

bd The

replied,

Uippt d bis rhuM and ajpinsalrJ, “Mine, the land mine But somef]n> for himTand he looked nt tht* buy, hen he family walked nti, Fe

1

|iH>k

M

leaving

me

with the

l

memory of

nursery was on the eve of un influx of work-

hup p.v smites. -Many problums besrt the

men

wIilj

it

K^

exiiniple, nnt

!

r ,

would distribute to African fanners cuttm^s il flay for plnn u n g on t h ei r l foreman dtmwed me ^ Lacks of tray:, T

p

fama* each with opening cuttinp. *

Many

in

hold

total of

ft

ii

I

my

tlie

<

<

1

aP

like 1

1

Tlir

Furms. For

a single FiEmih -zeLLled :le Mwca ptEvioLN exjHericore mwinc rice, 1

Mnreover moat

1

emmenfc when

omo

pntji its landless citm-i-vs

hitjtfrme

farmers can nut ount," foreman said “So we devised then. Ira nf

Ii

r

4;in

!

three very

Afriranr.

knnw

only

;i

yuli-

kind of agriculture im small plaLc

covermnent had

schoab. tiic 1

1

to

dewlop

'i.imHt.inV FxiUr-

ft

^pechd

Farmers rrainlm*


1

rolh-gi

l

ii

farms of 300 to 5+Ck «

handsome property

biwdmg school an

l

I

nn nth

"If i’

1

an

w res

'•

The

college,

uf *'50 acres* (bntaerly a

ourse to 102 gtiidfeDt ' eavh year

wor let

entirely nevi

M

for them,"

-.aitf

Bur they arc terribly enthusiastic I( they weccn'l* 1 think Wr“d all go home’" inter viewed each member m lass m iraitor npcratiim 11 studentu, a -m:l:ni! tilth bit Lnt mngmjt in age front - to 46 A p.ti rtTn soon emerged in their ans ers hit: man ssud lu' lii-iil bc'i'n pu ked 10 run a acre farm owned by a group of 50 puiplt atmlher emd he would manage a 4 --ncn* farm benight by a group of )thtr* told amltef Murip^ bl multiple ownership, mid several uf Lhd men here

]

1

«.

a

1

M

,

1

rjt.LlIrrmiiru i

he Great

ll

i

..ii

or

i?|

id

.

'darter*. last

The

Rail Viillty

chine, ilL^aii^ arfi^1

run govertitt

talked io

I

J

T'Vw

i

i

ei 1

faming

i

v iewpoinL in

I

n

1

-owned farms

members 01 a dairy tw^ men whose fathers

fnrffi>

farm owner. rL'js

rind

1;

ndlviduiiLi can afford ?ucJi proper-

tfegj" e sp] lei (

j

1

1

M

i

In the past,

practices

\\ e a; e o nt

he world

H httself a fannrr Africans saw Eurn

S] .nu l i er r

uni;, >

>f 1

he

from a laborers 1

e

w

1

1

i-

1

lakiru: peupLe

l.tmt urt

n

lit

jon

from

-

a

peasant popidaLun anil pu Ming Ehrm directly into a highly developed agricnitaral system 1

£

.

*

,

until

[si

iv dr

1

.

1

how

owned Urge '

the Agricultural Itevvlttp-

l>>

hygEcruc class did

the

Spj^Eiizr.r

ni

Nut

for Eurtipram duldren. gives 1

1

gist.

iji.lj

sent

CorporEiiinn, j government Lodi

nii’Ni

.1

whit* prim tpali ^Sotoc have never slept in a bed. and mam have never n-etl a I. n* at nr> when tiuf> come WilUiuii

had been

jprepare fn'oplf to Like nvtf larger

iii.ii-:

:

:

II|iinU

^skhLLs.

^mc

problem sudden re ^ponsihililLy thrust upon tm-spriu-ju eij MriL'ntt*pLuiiK- Ehe nut ion' comm^rre and Hii lustrv. Ftir generation* K.<- v..i "> *ar.ife* and Essentially the

r-i

|-

mutnr .:;uu ms

itimiiil

mure than

\pri

Business Snih-rs From Shortage of

1 *Fi>

Idfljud

.i ;

i

\i

m .in

raiT. dip

vafar Ka:

y

un-wL-

workT? most punishing

in

an

fer

a!

man and

rn,i

of bnltnJ terrain in Keiiya* UpLiida* anil TtmijriLa

and whetted

(: the

hm^h (btf dim

iaUrr

Twill


1

1

shops,

many

rival service* and

11^

1

>

k

j

1

J

1

i

1

trades

wen manned

very heavily by Asians, whilstforebear* were imported frbm India by ihe British an build the Kenya tun da Railruftd ft -m.LJI v ill. lets tod toWlls Asian tiuma nance --

'

I

was

trade

cif

virtual!)

uim|i]eU\

Africtait

bin not yet to the praituih of the white

As my tviformant put it W N« nation am urns noted afford to have h- economy fur eignera the kenvp < hvvrn merit through ft Syslirm cjf work permits .ind trade keme*. rJ

'

{

has

Ltd

I;uli

men! has

staffed itiosi of Lhe jiroie^ions

jcul utiU

1

with the itukavcaHiih. the

1

.

1

l-

t

I

,

ri

Kenya Lhe African

'In

lias

always restoted

.

I

A si lift s bucket: ptt r r w n wi hotl t As for the Eu repeal^ they ran tin- govern meiu owned nearly all Mu larger farm- and hiKTjer bu^t^§**A+ jiul ilen

man

.1

i

lefertnined pro_ rmn 0* ijlm. r

non- citizens from their jobs and replace ihem with citizens Sis far this has usually meum re]

1

1

until,-

Asians with Africans, Thv governdiissifiEd all job* info

Imvi

thlL-

Africans lo

for

till

ii

L

pgits tori

have

wvel

I

easie:

Ehi-ise

been

aft'ei

1

ml

1

he Asian and ha It badly used by him a wellinformed fnrrigjt observer told me The Asians have been a standoffish lot, dinging I

11

to their

rfidcBy

mm

customs ;mcJ ways

jjji!

Perh aps c u ru us > Ui«u A rk rss nut along htfurr wiLh Hie Europeans and reient them ess. The average native tan aspire to m -i n y* j f he jobs and s boj » of t he bm n n in kind.

j

I

I

.

;

l

J

i

w

1

must phinge

1

1

Inevitably nik AfricajijfcaiioTi racial

inlfr,

badly used. Thty acknowledge tlieir clannkhti.es ? bui In run third they need apohjidze for it. They nl>u claim >hq t fully one-EJtiril m 1

mote

thstn J 0,000 appticrtiiun. for cilizenrfiip

filed

by Asians prior tQ

1

!

irmhet

1

have been

Lh l-

deadline

left

unprocessed

Ue-

tti

a

l

fl

i

t

whn

feel

hen clftftibtf in.il ok the dapthji ni iht Kift that fracture which splits iheeiLith's. crust frum iioutliedLsiern Afrkiii tu Syr in Ih place* Hull rtl-ile deep and in lo 40 mile*- widr, itjc L-tp-iU hipbland- and rup? Like hi sett- kr nyu Rudulf in unr of ita d^pn-^iriTU map, P4fi? Sfil iiurimp tbr t\uv eai:h tar

created

Asians now arc ihe Oto-

will

ilJ

hoc-

;t9_i

I

E

I

iotip.iAiMU

4«i

m,

J

71

inyjm


n

!

ptunuiji

Tr.iiJin,!!

1

r

lei

i

Hoi

I

1

'id

v

lii>

>

Roifli'i]

vif r

i

jIusI*

tnwstt

tk 1

br

A m b-CHM^H rmir Rricrv e id so h stl Dusk lind- him hark .lE hi.- ±afikfi fillip !

a^ii

tm«

i

*S

iiw K lotting rlflfim dcttlh

raltle

iL.i

Uk

in

1 .

l»r

bis,i

ptmclu.n(fci

A

r

lcmft

mV

drkr

uri-

be

ramp

Kcnyrt

on

etui

^

i-hl%

[lack- alt etguip-

nod

J

olf to

ll jjJ

j.

re-ar r ^xi get destin ntk n I

When

t

(Jw liml. dust*

laic in the afternoon,

ItJ

^lI'iiti,

thrirtijdi

the- teJnLs.

truck*.

[lit

dcpurl fram

Wtufr they

nicm abouj-d t

durinjr

i-ompjiinicin‘i

lim

mcmn-

wild*

Each morning

md

a

4ii

L

1

uvtler* arrive

hc\ find

Leril> -ci

ujk camptires ftjdnw. and ilmncr waiting tf> Uc served

‘‘^E JHE

r

h

S.

KY

hr_

_

Vi M j

F-

jJ

a

p

r

i

Hi-s. r»i -

>flH

Rj

1

<«] -i

mL~*

Jb^ 1

\

^

W"‘

r

Ik

jjr

-

o

in JBr

.

id

'flV

MU


a .

dco*

itiiiicauon,

IWL

they

"f offipul hims.

man we

r

L&t s consider the typical case of

Mr Khan* whu was bnd fr-Ptn his dy® service Me Applied fbrritilen-

chilli caiJ

jpii in tlic

three yean- apm-J.

>hl|j

or

n j ci 1

J

ff l

Lit

h-is

not bee n-

Nbw be bos a jo!

Nairobi but thinks kijb

Li

In;

i

\

t:-

will In&e

no^

of ttpportunisjt::* here

I": the Allans leaving Excellent job, so naturally -

1

P

ft it.

r

-ole ^

d like

man

s

n

"There jut

wiuti

i>

l

jaCCc( iled

W iLh

.til

Tv? got urn tu-siay. But

wan me out. Til be Fi&Kt'd lo so. Tm sure, " because: I want Itt tible to feed my family Afric '.ns thtfrrijtdves, indudmn a gmup of they

facully N'lHrobj

l

member? h.ivu

i

at

Univcrsft>

outmltti

Iftlli'Ull

I III

.1

IIL».'ll l

In

L'ollepfi

go^loU irr.

uf

|,hu Iu

T-iE-!

1

-

fearing severe dlsJoCMkkn of

Afrscaiti/Jitinn,

the economy There hive lieeh indkniions of

harm [in it

transport meat p.n

in .^rriiutumr,

other

fields.

myself noted the

I

kin-4,

.

upon

effect

the telephone service, netting through to spv12m me n t offices from my li n i L which in vol ved 1

m

im* switchboard; Ural

average of half an

hour per ,4wL Yet an irciprLTii.il observer feels sympathy and understanding fur both sideband he looks wiliudmirniion upon Eig'ivL'mment tbat.f.T e-. its problems bravely and, so far at k&sLcon3

firms hr Litr prates* of

with

in n- differ* live*

»i

1

tHiiL-ciliicqs

Ekewbeit

i'ii

:

he economic scene.

Kenyan

«

roams

Stately tusker

a rain-laced forest WEED

LI jrill

y\

riMl??tiL-ai 3 >

iri.-u.rj]-

Bruce

humigratihet

above a

sail Sick

Nk

MMUMlid

From

Hofei

,

ihi-

b u: It

their

TOM? lunch,

Slijch

below shy erejfturef iuch

v

tnipau vLe-w [he parade oi

*harp eye

help*. s-ptU

m

die Wiiierbur k

le^ pro^fli

In

will lie in wait

wamp

jxcilh

a water

-il

-i

dihi.iiu e

lIil-

tl

p

karinp;

Me an Abctfdltrr

water

atfcrl

*

raptured

ref to pa

1

a

jitftis*

[Sale

tinned

from

seenc

an Hepburn

FOOTFALL,*

of pdftchtr*

4n

hifl* until

rh--

thru cIiou'ft ibc hapless he List with pntsmtrd iuTtiTWf >fli-r £"hi>p «1>M uut hiv ii>Li> for *alr oE| Hie bl.u k muJrkcL slaev alhiritkih hh t'nrnife and >*rk Jl nrw I

d

l

.

1

1

.Ljipf-ara,

r

i

s

|

*

11

vn lim

phuiijamph, Mr Dale wo rmsotp-ciJUtmL mdia»*tl|ier^led set Ejp cameras, in some tree aff to thr- JeJt AntictukiriK tbr

lltf-nt* i

the t.nR nr pin- dr, pi a

i

t

med

hen i

o

Wrapped

ret u t nr -1

vale t be

jiL~ti

Lin ii|if Lh.ipr1i.il*

r-"

1

T rueln^- w

--hi

IMieM

hi-. ill

w n jubilant

1

ters

the ptftttk

bafowrfts

bit

f-ortiiEiiiiLS V

and Ml

dump

I

lint

W\

c

f

ram

I

u-r r

ut

\

i r

!'

h i

1

SWU™

liifiioah she rur,

ibnifi^iaphk eipif piiVsut

|

JuiFiilpdi

1

1

I-iLlT, the

phoruemptLcf looked ool .ind spieil

tlir CflTn^faji ip.

,

w

iTipiiiLi

and

sliv.y

3 t'il CttiplN

retrieved ha^

undamaged.

piuckinj:


1

1

I

r

1

i

!_

1

liNsh

1

m .-

r

*1i

1

Wood

wqfdcii Vbij Evelyn

told the

ri'nspIp-BffiftliHiSi

author

rpf

human

t\v

rin-

ir^LI

wild ammfl!' Ln Kenya's snll wnl&JtjH tmtfc b>

Lakeri

Thirl v-one

binds

prrvpJc

bern fclUrd Itk Jik jurisrfuitton over ihffl*->'enr Cape firrind. Trench huffulu, knuwtt Lu lir all wail -r vi^txt0 by WiHit (i.iri

.k

S"i

’i«g3l

.

!

i

Li ir* i?

i;bt'

mr.sri it-mii

-

Lie. he -lit*. '

S'

he maji>r, oar iif a. rl w

dlnitf TUimtif r .1

liffl 3rd

1

t:

nf Ettfitpeim kiinv'a,

in

iJiTni *

battl'd 1 he deadly

M iu Miitt

m

die i*#Q\ mil lermrisb rtdH idpervbrs pearlier Fni|nnpfT~frl tflfibr

^ikmi-Lifldj-

warden

fur nil

.Lb

Hnnh-

Wftl Kenya Uti Uh wrist he WCxLT*; scKMS-Sutk fhayrn--

t'lf

sittmlion

Less

ss

troubled

,\nd

the outlook

The ispivminru-rii espouse* HtmeihiDK

brighter

African Socialism* which mislead* people; certainly its brail d of social i-m man; pragmatic Shan d£3Virm:nn\ with

cfltb

ii

many far

is

c rai

rIk )

am

pu

u pn n

c

1

1

ri

vrue

pm pc rt y

n z hts.

Foreign investment has been rncraumgcd ,5 Wi; $htipl> In nhi hnvu in uuti of otirpwn i

L

since

Wbh

Has

African izat imi program her n a

Hit

Iirnblt-m

.

wnolng and winning foreign

in

ipfcdalkcd

skills ttre

investment."

expatriates

is

1

'

[’

c

\

s

3

it

1

He

explained

to italic a

nu-nl

]

itiui

foreignerb utr jk'rmiUril

2® percent reiurn on their inie-i

before htivim: to pay

my

(axes

The

govern mein also proles' is them gpurist inifunny i.KlIS might com|iete with their Kenyamadt products In ihe fuist four yi-ars ihrs-e

il

hrgreJtft*

Intvr

-

i

investors?

in carry .un infiustiini

h ant -hair

brought into the tptintry -,uch blue chip United Siaius ^omfibittirs ii* 1Vi|i^iute-Pa)rnidive T Union Carbldi, tmd Crrnv n niierl Stated interests have Cork ft Seal invested ?irxi,QQD,QdO in Kenya, m^sT t\i ii p^lii"

program through* said Jo^trph Midiru, t tiu juuhi! uml able Actin n Undersea*- -try n he Mi ist ry o ComnuTfi and Industry 'Our pea pie have noi eftoueh T^snurrcs ahd ^tpeflcnct. Therefort we have put a lot nf empba^i* on foreign lui.iL *vavmjH-

1

"You can ft e spec l someone tii hrinfl moitey in and mve-i n. and [hen deny him the opporr r Uittt t u n 3t> t ci have his ow n wo >k Ion k invesmienC Mr MtUiro -+mL 'Where very fc

i

j

Ifbr yciErs

l! 1

|

requiaiKi, [he oretl for

dear;'

Kssny& baa enjoyed

more devd-;

and com mer rial base tluin its pitrtners in the East A f near Community Tanzania and tlgandjc Theta Uuv; naaLric* Mi’jiiinuh mai kel, comjnmlicaLiiJn^ niippur nst-y stent, interna tsona] air! ini-. xWHunted iipril

iridmirio]

h

-

i

i


A

1

L

-

r

1

.

Kenya Says Htimnwre! and

leges* ?

i

«i

1

1

nr

Yd m

joini venturi- -

nuiucr"

thin’ differ, wu>x notably thdr 6 Rimya* ivleIi mu annual growth rate

Lt

md

i>t"

Ifcrcem

economy,

In it§

out juice

coriiiiiues to

the other* S LM.M LI L

Sweeps

blMliiC

*

0M.'

-

.1

Lt-

Nairobi, in pii.ruru3n.j-, the inflira hii* meant NiftaJ chinsrf Take the old Norfolk In

-

vxi Uunvely for Eiitiipcsuia,

ta-

led

Ilim

They

uaedln rnuimly K-mj ak

dtihbj afaKtiphrre

It

entry en uymf- n visit to the Lapilal ^LiT! frequent the dm toe room vmrj i

ij

manner, the look n| ginted his* tieity green upon them* but mvr JWi also s£c the iMcciisinnid lUrkmii nr AfJid fin f ( hie day ns I lounged uri thehoiel - porch, tain red tor luncheon or tea. a nil i spur young, wed -dressed \frkt*n engaged in a furious all LTi'iiUriTi with one pf the Watters hey spoke “Hvahili, hm finally the yrKmg British Mi

ii

;i

t

I

l

IillJ

pcrtinp-.

1 ,

height* switched to

nrv

fur

Knitibh

'Tint liu

too'

|

he

"

said vehemently.

ihoughl he had heeo ignored hy The African waller to favor of a nearby table of Europeans. Possibly Sid the African is being

He

I

everywhere

being

Affkan

He* rtvd

and

m

Re mu

today-

and he

Is

|j

African

liil

him pay

..1

1

Mihool

vho^* parents

hiHii

Thai’- ju-t

bill

man

\y,

who

IKiti Iksi^e,

EVili t

Corpsmeo, If® you

i-svwfsere

k

L

^rhotil

i L

r

" lie

eo

works, _

at

them

of

prescni m>i

etsul'Ei

itu

in

reuse in popuJ

ifinii

find p£tipk

y\ii

n

mu«

Eu

p.iyins:

irtssure

truest |

send chi d re m in jchoul." !

admitted. However, he pulntecl

hi

it

fiow^"

cm

that

and mr-icn teuvha tv p: ad by he c ou n e err w Typically, the Mree himself came up w ith partial answer tu ihe problem- the HaramhcL- -ihoul Such -dl-ihr!|i -1 hm>U. built with the ^ewernment doe- train

-

.

1

1

1

1

1

i

,i

the donated futicb, rtuiteriab, MSOpl i:. gr o w slo w y bil l

Iim*J

luJbor nl

l

J

n-

rd ’ 111 tie by stone anrl brick b> brick all over Kenya. M-osl serve the primary grades, others are srcamhtry hnnls that once dp€t siti^-f mn>" oliLuit onfinunriml suppori IntLi this Lrail Liuvernmeri! sti

r

ti.

*

,

,

a

hitter category tftHi

little

eieht-n30tn cttidor-

whose (fedkaih.m uttended iOmlinufd fvt j(wyge ISM

bloi k .structure

Sank

I

and

.

let

fowl 1

multiply

in

the earth

primary behoofs County

.

GENE-SIS liM ,

rm.KtLI vrl- XT of(Sttd .Vi Iinrruitu Jtmml tm die Jiftii duv oi cri itkni, Ereat;Mi1 tessf p fiLimiF.ircif- from :l vi l-t area "t nngregab! hl the “hallow nl iLTit Afiii

AS M

\

f

er

IN

1

l-.l

ii

-

1

E-ikc XiikunJ to •

nK

m

bin

HI

nl^nR' tkai Lhnvs-

intensely atkalira; waters

1

hut nut

bt-Liles

leachrr^. "'Ev-

the figupis attd wc* just can't sururd

At

can be done to reduce the

1

sc bail’s

ailed

Krn-

I

percent of the nation's children wHei never eo to school Limited fund- haw foreed the government iik iTij.+ki u very painful decisions It give * finansecondary daJ support to colleges and

estimated $0

ist

1

.

ImshUl the

!

[

l ?

r

+.

rt

Was assured

f

Mr. Khasukhuhi s'-os liu.Ie prospect, any tfin; snnn, of government fiimnrirtJ support H Wu hgve wufked uUt for prsman schools.

I

in

brothers,

'

*Ad “There is a

in the villages to

estimated 4j |u-rrent of the and pupil itiun if B5 years of i^e or younger Shis high proportion of children places a heavy burden on the schimb Murenver. they mu^ ll MU'rriLsr 1 heir (upiidh 4 licreenl ear h year 1

t

travels cxlenbively

a to direct the work

•,

An

granitic.

— wtv«

u ,H! T

lire

iht- %v;l^ it

seeking city or own all too often finds his educmiraini wuefufiy blade rjuale lor the joh n| hk cireum.s Here, u- ih uijii'!! \n amt-:, Kenya’* problems hulk huge Vet the .voting

who can

m.iip peopk-

Inr-

even cousins* said E V- Kb^Lktinlar AnSistafiL Minister of Edn^Htfon rad a Member of PflTiinm^nE “You asist any relmivf in

at

fell

1

family.

I

own ample

r ns t ,ira S

Is

l

siatert.

|

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rnuntry

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moah

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vil Iniros.

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m win

leu

Kenya s InureM

wii h

miiUri Htee|iits:haw

KuhvifS team Louk a remarkable

uf llitee

mil'll

mHluU The

luur

in

u-mcLfi- i?aJd mtiE^iL

1 ,Ch/i

u

,t

\i cii > prlvale

Em-rLil

I

1o,i K

r

\™ Biwaii ad Urd

In-

'iU

S nee Jim Ryun

1

Mull

lliiiL-T

Tcmu won

(

i

Wjfi

I

s-ilver,

inil

two

total

lircjpw

^h ,v

thin airai

:-

ko City Ennihkd

tmins .illileLr^ but toot the pccii ter- trum kcrtyn uir>Hl Km1ilus]d. ‘if wtmm pne W u|i *± 0(1 iTHEnid ,it .dl itu.de-

-

oa'

a mile und higher

Mm k otli

In

i

warrior ^luips

be«f» the

i

;

iiil

-i

i

0 lie rjiju-ninp of In In s L nl pace- z ? J). 1 i r unfhnard Kai

iL'Liviljes .(itiinfltj

ialure du

n

i'-olor^

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(lot k-irrct

.

.

.

Mil Stroup ,ihU fttfuiHt i^sciicfc Mf

fiSisEb o3 her

WriTirui on fie r ihe pen

192

name

KefiVi

r.'l-tlt

m

iU thp

wrutf Dimi#Ji4Hir?s r

?

0h^lS^lKibc thrOttitlcd

M?

i^iV-Tr'i ;iii:Ce

Ovi

tif

ifiUtt

in luinliifrlls pfrof her life

»n


Li

rrrUfcp piiiriC JlJiirt in Sfrr

pift h:r :

i

1

1

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MpiNfiK

Nairobi iiihurb mimi-d

^ iHTC3F^

lli'liif

'111

i

li'

£

3-til

:

-

»

Lurllif Iht

ican

KjifJja jn ln;r tuitiur.

i

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1

:t> "

bnRht'^ITCrll

J

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1<J|4-.M

Jens the Tl

llilT

we

4 Ti!\

Triflav hi:f lurid' are *' l

'lpih p-un flriiip- luiii!

-LTLX-TO

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I

m


:

I

think of jifiy word appropriate than prim! ran'i

|p?s

live." in

i

They

what

of

are

'"1

mm

he rural

sc lous

me

told

lie

find people

agutriy con

(hem

olTectr

very intelligent peo-

si

by no meanx rut off from irritu'n lliLWorld Then" h doth vUnc mess for improve front a re n) a Lie m pi Ui pull themselves up by their hout|i|r

.j

,

They are trying mer out il new «-tyle oE ni ti v rrnr n t is

kind

the

1

t

t

u

Hie- the (,o

it:

l

ware

urban economic

of

we know

ricvulnpinent \i

kel \

1

ham-

(o

-Intp-

there

tinn

.hr .--imn

i-

poverty and real despera-

rtid

tion In -.omc! areas. Jf ihriv atfultitled to a

pira(iori> art' no?

deari'e. [hert: will be bitterness 1

and n search lot a ^pegftatThe e eufmnent- apply principally lo whiil mij^ht I

he

li

w

1

1

kc nci

Kenyan

of

i

I

ri

t

termed

l;e

M:-. t ) le‘

t

rit its

who

hrendl-EL^kci,

have advanced cultures ol tlunr own and who have hurl the m

*•*

1

if r

^

I'wt"

'

^j.

exposure

nnwl

* LI

nun* wavKhi |i u* ilpN<r nf tl n p u iiiJid by hh *tm. ntUflu out 4 fiutiintM! wit# d ttnbthelEdjki llL| ^airgdi Ilr will use a -nmlEcr Ptnlfsr to carve dehiflii Tsixghi f ‘iithnlif mi:-.>inmirs in the I'JJN'.* member-. ol hi- vilttlrc hy hi ur hit ml down tilt »ut ifom father to *un,

With

a gnrilr

WHlu k.

i

i

r

i.

Its

1

'Kenysi

iin-it.^

I

u

^

tte

d

while

(hi? IS

derm-'

has

ill

tnily

1

pn ml live pen [sirs, -ueb

(he

>=-

-.t

MasAli the Turkaran

-i

n

1

1

S

hi-

.1

Spcmfix

A

nm

ii

i-m

i

r

n

l; t*

in Jr

When

r

u

]

a

id

W

Lc

1

1

1 i

s ll t h cnJ r

n

wi- Itfu «tvtrtal of

and n number of wwk* iMirci'ijlh wrapped and tenderly hi

i

be back um( Hut

— —

I

frit

1

jo!

-

AltRBodcr’s finest

busts

1

E-.

.t

by other-.

tail

,il!

cradliHi.

mde

fndlty;

bad

I

4hjdl nibought ihr lot btuutiful Abject* W2iy~ treasure for file equivalent of only S3-, the asking priceI

I

S I an ,ii rmTra

iiti

l

i

K n-a

!

i

h

.im Sork Bcttvr Lilr

l,

or vva r-

TalL proiirl ready to kill n lion with hts spviir + drinkec oi s rntlk ;uid cow s ,l item toncuction ns md page tS 51 + but you Ye?, ihbi ooried Masai ’rill l-vlu ^btild site thr way be lives- inn ^ual, tman el- like hut u brush plastered vi ilii ODW ilun«. huddled with uther IiieI-? atii.l tlie viSdise Lien lx u cattle .md jeoju-t lieblnd a ptotective circle ot horn mob Kriodically, w'hon Ihe nearl iy forage gets ]a wand even hr Mu-.ls un'l -.land the Mrufll and lu Bitx nf their villas, thr> !

mw

1

1

1

p

r

h

t

I

i

ti

j

«

l

(vsJnytt

average European

'H

merls an African >otLiII\ Ht in ^ own Id ini travels with his ple he

few

I

-Livd

riisajpre.

scibfi

Jut at

^oc.

I

n

of the I

I

in

I

=3 r

So

led about b)

own

an-rl

(hey arc

tie.

4tm Donald

m3 ml: in of

New (

tin:

i-; i

n

i

!

I

Ws-

-i

h

and

ft

Nairobi

)ut

m

u new' die.

the bush

herd -.men w

r

h>fse

have

I

-it

war

i.

ncounirml

ili^tgue-d of harrishfljJ

he cum hidrprimitive

with hnr^Ei

lot

1

t

ties-

of

1

"jiji/Itiijsi.

pi -sine

Cou ncT

watched

tourist will] U

merabeT

vi 1 3 apt: rs in

re

ll

I

orn

nl >i-t

I1^h<iuifrv rjiLHirny

i

;l

for

cut le

Lion

<i

,

With

iAiffiMf t/" an

photo^nqiliL

return lor

HuLsel.a

for Ik'vejopmenl Studies

'cilleg-e,

uii.'Vi“ tii

and diiiorvr compelled cny adminiiin-n Bui have .lBi u'en Mii>ai lien Tnune> \ruiu Itiuristi^

Poptilatkin

\i}fk CitVi

Im^Lutc

mvi-rji-itif

tt4

world's-

hi-

b>

riiiii.

i*

in rural arca^ obviously possess

-efis

oz

never

vi ? It or

mwie

once

cnnieni pas

joiri hit n ris

an 11

Alnrfl's BifmMti.

(i^^BAWIr

E

fkOjiief

J

ri

*

r I

jum |i

Li K^s-wr *


a

up

down with

anti

m Masai

idea of

but

i

wild

yells

The

limit*

"

1

the umrisf-

,\]„Lh,=l

li.iijLthi.-d,

couldn't

t

"on

i

I

of

Ambush

1 ;i

L

p_l

i

I

mmibertsf shuoiin^

bhirks. Ik in Masai lands; i-o list- tribesmen mi. *uli-iiiitiEj.il itiEii^ Itoui entrance .uni IlujjL-

teg fees and lodge revenues Thu govern mirnt tflCuumyts them to sfNHld rhe

money

ed nr alien and ^uch impmi'tiijerit- i±- whU.t

tfn

village

U rei-Jdipmrnt and health otnlch T

ttnvernmem hart mly rhe mc^t smnunal and pf^armus Ernlct nn Two large ;ir eibi m he north, bnmebind oi the Turrecently

L ntsl

ilir

*

i

kan:i dinl several smaller tribes*

and

in the northeast,

mhabitud Uy

be Herue, nartiadlc Somalis. l-br years or handily ii« iredand I

armed

nei^honji^ ^oniialm, and killed m Irnth areas

in

[lilhi^ed

ret erred Id

-uftefi

rimpls as Ehr

how-

''northern frontier.” In 1*1&7.

and Ktnyn signed a *njpn ira ncUim of u ni Irr^t mi n n,. -eending tunipurarily as les Liesjwohi^f mtiiein Kim* a'*- Sun.tlisT and ibina-. have been better since hen he simt. you still need JusS ever* Somalia 1

a*

i

J i

f

i

special permits to gn intu either

of the two repnivs uni you must charter phtfu so fly in lltmI out, shlfta planted land midi's under .

numerous

marts, with

lethal results

v

t*

IlFaEUy Lrakcy*

Kenya

om&hUMi

H

o-f

and

police

liJir^cit; ><i!i

-

E.inu-

Jutiiiilinli

anthmEnilnfri-t

T^ukt^' p

dehydrntciL venoni tirjumf^cn's

mn rsiU

i

KfiiWii

VchJji

LP't

fur .liL|imrru irfirn

hirm

-.Tiiikr

L'UKlm'.rr

h.-inrlle

tin?

Lrikcy

all .HilJ-

Kdpcks

-u.ikf^, is

Si-

eiui^L

herr^iol^

jlLurmr

the

ti>

he risks- death if tauten A rmil-Twnned Turkajui tHbi^mnn. ileiLrrt M EniEik-’ ,i isniicfiin,

,

RTriTn

t

mamba

1

.%

u

«:juite

fdWeVpr* AMvr

iibuiuerl

|

tv.

for

li

ar^lme:-.-.

from gentler lands.

-nsiu- debit

rmh-

but ii-w

hair,

lltOsc vast arid ux-

i'Ui- in

Ili-tt

muie hii^des—fJeflniteh

Fomin

.mrl

J-Srsti

r

in\\t

^Vcral

E

tad*

1

re-

back of Uh htmy Wu had En;ard

l|il

as the British xnijrh!

I

resiervOf plus* a

.1

ujiimagiUfibfe Us fumj^r

j

i

1

i.

Satnburu and

its

pauses, mostly desen trrruih of a

if ik tmrvts, bill unlike ^t'ft-i demean Tan'uma, which makes M&sfti warriors wear pttnLs when hey ronie ! town* Kenya p HOI fofrr ehnnsr Opott the tribe. Mara and

the

ll>

M-irsabit reserves., both

rhis particular^

iwirritt* alulrut

M4H> Sounds

1:

i'enluj

Masai mv a prmni peopk tr^ mg to % lii&gto 14 Wu>> m Jt wnrfrl that won'l lei hctn Tlu~ M.ijVL'j-fkfiLrai

I

W

a colorful chap, H. Umt Durntd^ eh rm u r ty h n I’nr wars had vncati oped 1 h lii'' I'amily on Lake KudolL upfrtmnUy siucoji!

w

1

umwl about either the Tnrk;m.i nr the ^Knfta* iind who juil jLj D]ji-ited fbldni; jimp on y

- !

ll


Z

1

r

i

Probing prehistory “ " V-XYA HABSORft iq w\\ mr

K

ii*

hiqrumd

*13

iVrssfll cv-er fffljmJ,

For nearly

l-ruiEijaphir ft

5&

FSonrtv

Ijttikty'i

and may hftW

home of

1

rjrn.U

*denii-T sflr

in.itslllii vi?ftrr.

i

nliJ,

jin.1

year* rid Sin

b?]ievr%

may

now

yield

Lratu^

mlu

tbc

quin, .titled

1=

>ofbT-lht Km^Ti-

Ulduvoi

tfetnVctiFJv

lit)* fji.'

-

and

iMr thfier

ejnH’liid

Eh"

rewroTche*

an] mak

\

iiimV. at

fi-iiLnrt

tffl£adr. tin. N'utinnaJ

spon^im!

Itpli

dnimuik

Afnccm imtHyo hb fri& Mtoy Jod Unrri

,i

1

the tJffelt

(if

htfgn the biithpLuie u«t early rhiSrlhoart m^lFI hilTLselS

1

.

G**£*, nf

l\vn

Tuntarh

,

f*/anl/rmpttl h

A

1

ij

.!

Ufa _ m.Md>

beiEsai |iTi;i3n-iS rn

:

.1

»::<!. -:>.n

Kenya,

f^uuUy dpiiJinant

i

In

ruault-

Laakey's btm uml LLmchiiT-in-Lnu II.SiIj«ind Margaret. cJjpt nut rrrnwn? of prthLi-

f}t nrrl

.1

hum.u -.kidi jfcft) fttm a sdtr u dir Haleru >lwfx of Lake Rudolf.

l-irti

011

VJDLa

Bn>

Surprise di^ Tcmiiii

in

1

v-h

WiS,

if

fojuil antltxa.

prwit&d

found at Fort

thr hTHt evirirnr i* I hot anl-

r^mblinwcdecr -^f]ppu!k. dtu horned .inMnjii- li 111 r riiamrij .\frirji south nf thr Sahara 1 hi P 1 crr.i n fUc it wi> -Hem K c a be wixn hr Rife arid Lake Vn.onLi, viclAed wcoIlIi uf i'inr•ih datiriy *mni I- million year hetc \rfumE rhr lpjed animats

1

i

k

m

1

1

-

I

Hm b-

1

.

*

I

.l

1

a-Md it* Lumiiitr anti -cum lujnn* Mint cknrty hud been lifokcn up y miin ^Iflnc ibni

,i

ij

l

iti/Fm

curlj anectfeu Kftiyupithtiru* 1

l

!

nllict I

.ill

aAfr three nnllimi

u! heI e a Li

rgHlinp

]

1

1

ur

1

*

m

roctf

and

ryffr

Museum

L't

l

Lake

Inith

BiLnoMLi

1

- -ilizd -k *

runs ils

I

l 'inter

the

if

I

1

1

wuni

|' -

1

rtf

i

irl

!

tjn

|

m

Nairoliif.

T[mi.mh a tTL» rlrphani. Ffiim

111- 1

I

Rjrhard ami Marxian Leakey, w;i* eycavoted with iLs aummisdhsi;

fo'i-j'l

Tr.i

tin-

eltphiujl rrruT^rts

l

luu- MJjatfridffteft

thr hut**

l l:

ihi;

one

jjdere Eo ihe-

Iiitc ji

il

Wife df

Ainciin ami

I

lit*

imw

fa ja

I

Nnimnnl

o\lul itnd

sspetif^ (Hittnirt

ml inn

ele|ih;tnl5

Jivrnu: an'l.Lt

mi


i

we chartered 1 [dime .mil tbe-frnuiEf take, 1 n f pi acc a ^urpriirE n id c n f y S ftdw up to iiliti! [iiilr uroup i"f cciir.u^es op a hi^h -and'

spit juTEsnp

m

.

i

from thr

wMcm

.-idt

rather bmrfei.-h lake. Tim. whit hud o at Limed from I

1

1

i

of the lar^c,

the*

urn

ltjj

l

practice occasion id

a

uthe-r

du)

to our pond hiMliS Nn luck* \ sevtrv fetor m* the worst in thi: memory or even ihe Turk^iii!L had hit

some

Eirm

a 4poit 6^-hinn torira&inii

tried Jus Ik'-e

L- Lit Lit

frit

Nile

K

Rufiiplf the

day Indore

^

1

billed the 1

1

1

.1

ke

at

\& tnr ihe dufta. no rouble mr hut about ihrcr Jtars 3Lgo they

fl

.

European manager and another fiahinn -imp on the other ^ide ul i.

thr Iftke."

otir arrival

nT,vii- id fr't-i Lit cliff in Lti.ni rtf Lbe tump suad mining the fishing for a time From v&kmsof tbe hike record for m Kite perch Imiif fish utln J. 3S pound* rru Thmi^hi- turned in LiiiJ And shifta it

1

noncommittal, but he .-till -.ij diuu^JiifLifly “The African.* Irum tny farm dou"i like to come up here; only one pf ibem will slay here alone and r tune u> think of it. he ran oiT be

Oie uruu.

metis.

Turk Ana. even twlxy* camiiboUsfi^ Tim >VW

hint henr'l that the

J

Often we mlw TuHUhji fishermen, Him marsh reed.-, mil naked us eels* stamlbiR on he prows of heir wobbly, pi rwi u-^haped IhmiIh, 7 omelifiw tending nel* witiiiiui inp* :>lm^ intu the waler fhej would wtive, like i

4

1


Dwellers

"Ml

T

a

in

tUfeKANA

I'KJMIIIVE

north wret

and

.

n ^

hi L t

-«i

\a tllr ;n«

t- L

Uganda

fmiri

rtjpi

liripcn

.1

Imr

Late Rudolf Had ihc rkr F

5

I

im

(Tl-ihIi

ti i\

luali

Mild Ms nt ffxMeii he re „ bui

timed Sheir lYtr cximwI inlo

of water

Ldjck

u| a

a

Tlu'sr Inse-hd- :

ietrllt-

ivl

mirfraied

00 JfAt%

J

-Mine

d

'

!I

Eden

desolate j

>

1

1

;

-

\i

Iiil*

1

;i

11

-i»TTUEir-tirl. .,1

1

kr Fin di

n ti

lew

rtfuoiV

n Ji

1

di are

.11

1

a

i:

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i.'.hk”

1 .

>

i

Ukr

faith, jinm afep-

Hupe

I

than SUCkuuu

ui

In

e

ni

aflOlijn

1

r

1

aw* when

wi-ath

wmd tie

Many Turk ana nehiw and Wander wdlh

life

ul

ru-y

mere hla^e

.t

par,

iiit

.u

HlFpridruj

It

uluEfckT

hi- ersU

1

h

skr

Mtr

Ifar

r»ri-i|n:h

II

Willi

tor

irk

Jit

i'

.imlj-iit-i

Luke Rnduff less

I

mon-

Him.’

,1

lake Him! h divert link with

\

\ih-

jijTj

survive* TFuni

-3je1.tr-

lie

poitncUor nnwe Rudolf^ depths: hr

|.wfrh ttuiphini;

Turk in

1 I

si ri^hi l-ot-

no Iht head

Uuihifjn,

ne n

buimbeij

ni ni;

Hie Turkarui WoMilti ric^

ti

*

L

omeb?,

lnke^idr

lltdr herd*

and

pioiib,

shreji

through (he liun-^hrivdrij httifl* w&l and 7 i>mih of Luke kudu! I

mu^ld

Their

curfum Of nmlimr

rattle fritoi olhef tribes lias

lhrm Un deserved

Frtendly built men

11

ttrp viable

won

hut well

msitiri+dy.

everywhere

a village ni woe hr n r Iltj ttsIiTirr Tur ttflfii pm ved ju^[ fffcndjy- and nflUrly naked bui 1

1^

nKi?l

l-

1

I

i t <

,

|

seemed

li>

made ucw

I

In

tamenb

Fear

|irfhjLp*

i'rtrnil,

like

fnliywoLHl

(

hk-f. mihm?

he

about the old

iilm

Frenf h Fotttfgn lA pnn

\fuL In Mu- be«-t H-nl aenu-d :-iddicrs mci our

fc

ly world

plun c .1 1

n

for

\

>hu

^

1

1

Irstdjiitin.

ui Wtijlr* i^ive

us

wn

nr

ura rh

1

s

hi

li

'

Kirill nrderti ' '

noi lu

gov ernmenl bui Ed

and dij^kkd un (hmu^h ilitets of squat whitewashed htiunct one uf them 1

wt »r

l-

a blanket an d a

read to

me

of thr

sil

1 1

h

.

b

tried to teach

E

ji

I

If 1-

1

mtiirkedly, but nut

irencc

and

ion ;?,'

e pti Hhil

1

the letter “Y** fronvita ride of our

and

airplane,

be; u led c a p

him

nllitr lettui

prununciitilon hiss

-

impfmed

jnemurv

inlirrcsl flickered

m

Yet those hbixLshoi

someone with enough m " tJfilnrk fur him the my-tery

I'li

1"

k rstitrLf

iJ'i-trsct

1

1

f

ry

ts

st

li h u Ikti

Cnmmi^on.cf a

iti ^

M

W

1

*

and. ShuUivh n|ip:m't

Ht- proveil friesiclJy

y nm&y at somi of

He dftce Mutia^haini

lo

ip r s

problem her ii^mrurni

1

1

1

t

he

<

3

ll>

made

eye#, waiting for

of die s.hrf tin

and pntTencv

mil lave reall;. dowel duWU.” SumtllifiL thtops said Uw D.C. ^The main problem nriw is irib.it dishes ms use jf the theft trf amvnnh.”

prink

id 1

i

ir

to

)fi

1

Mwn-n

Kflia ya

1

i

another

and K

"Sitin'

I

Bruit iind

flight

\\,ik,

I

w

1

1

desert

<

ill!

I

ia-a*

pfeth

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supplement

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nauts. train with mouasifc zeal for the

attempt that will bring alive talw of Jules Verne and T I. G VVel

fanta-uii

Space Age, earth's natural satellite ha, heroine the tone cm of every man, and the object of the most intensive

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Lin

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a scene of unearthly wildness, of forbidding |>:uiHmds of dew ihi* shafhiiv?!,

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tmmu

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short* Actually

merit -rh nli>:- bejievt that ,

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rise

lo.

however.

the mrlnr

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fjm\ nnl -.crm tha!

tliei

high or be visible at all The surface of the tnOnn, i>r* b. a fourth the diarrHflrr ni earth tUi^viia

Si

mart, wilt be iml>

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away

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about a mile and

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twi ce as far

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rapidly that Uhe

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naut on iiaat the tnupan will appear fur the ail most part flat or gently tfljAulatiiijf. hui nearby peak> hidden tNsfow the bother The lunar Sfcafc and uplands dominate ihe nakrd-evt vi« w of the moon, but in thr m.i^t

mficenl phoUNgnifih? gapped by spacecraft Jiiehcs the eye tike lu- mad profile ncil him* it poh tho usund* v ( he sil*f c rai ers Th u rat r e v try sq u are >ym met rich 10c ki n llt kr 1

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moon imm oiossaj basins lik*.miles iicrpA*. down To tiny rugis lep

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the maria

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overlap

the I

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central jtcitks

Lnr

tt-rrates

aop

left

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on (N^umnurMi impact /mini.

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seemingly apt dts^riptiHin lor iits E^inusijue Hettin^; in rraltU it was nuntfil for an ,!

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IBlh-ceiUury Jesuit astronomer,

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meandering Linear Htl&rcipresenc tesmracks or hi a Its in ihccrud. Mure than a thou>ai id iif them havt been catalogued i h iLsi emu ow -In mes ad % rir w ts ic

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lasted mat

at least

inijiLL'.

must have shaken

a bowl

ipiote Haripld

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much

\y-

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feet high, tin

ibimi.--

us 6

m3 Fes atross y rescjttblt low vob

un earth They provide

^ignrli-

part uf th L

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NOOOmarkinES on Lin: hrtlmonn buve Wfn given nanie^

1

the im

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face of the

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by the

L'

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isf tsti-

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to

jelly

S (h olngjfc

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have yet beeji officially litgKul and, tiiesc bear names suvgcsleiJ Uy the kus..ni, wiu^ I +unm J &rst pbatngraphcd that ade in

tht

moon

bat the

full. ttf

Masilr-ky nf the

y

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miles in diam-

tiv<i

eter Sm Ytuieni w@lh rhu like

l

and LDPti

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nr a-U'riiid-

lei

map

fiLf

fiiimali^ns arc Volcnruk' ip:iKt --

scientists

h c 54? liirgf cruitTh vffri rr eared by

l

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cant evidence that

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{'Mia

b

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ls a lebrfcv sprayed hr lironi ii :.lLui at the ttme of it* formal uni. like milk splashed mil bl a pan when a bid i* li ri e f u Utj. into U - and t-c ars o pt *t i ift w

ray-

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lunar surfner, tipedltlly flit region know'll a> the Marius f litis, near the c rater Marius

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Copernicus Kepler, iuir^ nin-E huMbiy 5 4- m\c- iv k Jf t"> hi w hose rays can be -een with die nuked eye iprigc^

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and most

a

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another feature

full,

is

dialers;

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in a relatively straight line instead

riili.% iiijes

ari ou i n ul I di rent oils Irons

fl

t

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met stri kin^ ly vfal 1?

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Vienna

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bet

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,

back

sltte

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Survey* nne of dir principal interpreters of the Lunar Orb iter photograph^ page 21tnl

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TychoVrays reach more than LOGO Because there L> no air instance be

Some miles.

of

glu^c the surface gravity is low H/frlb Lhipi of e art hi and because n i the sharp cur valuer Etf she muon, ejected material Era vels up to ten mil us Ear on the moon a- ii lvullld oi: unit Si 1

l

j

turn imt ill

|

sinuous

lilies,

m

and faa mort pulling slmnge narrow channel nr

. :

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ll

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w say that only surface water

have cur such

vii

spent thui the

quantities of water in

Siujctf

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of

t

cite n di

m

d&e f

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the ni txin’s

I

the

it isul

a-

ut in

disappearance Uy v*,i| iothmi m I 0ssihh this ttii e n>c Viituum J:

words, the full nuiun ha# Jwust sse n nbov e he bn Ii lings acn wrilc

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Is.

E'n i

m

n y i

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ilti' r v.i rvdi

w'ater

much

(n^ts mEoa pi^tectivg

different sites Acaltctisd

fee runs

$hte|fL iluwiptL riilt:

In

all

I

Be neat h this teiitpurafy water mipht ghutually vb h tinjd.

cases the

is

rilled

simply peter out;

ildbLAumh as would i.haracterjj?e a >i mi fur atream on card’ Sinuous ntle? arc tomporatively rare only .in' kimwu. A more common and n> nr much different kind nf hann^l. fttllrd linear

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aji

I

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-ii

w

'hi:

coob the near- surface

ho tf

i

black-ami- silver fact in ah it ^ El^ry 1 ;ittt mi intrigued by the thought thttLaJltm i. i nut see tliem. so tut- very special and expen1

eva|>niMt3on that n

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ml jun

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he wider Ei-es in the jrface, how ever, b difhrult to explain MtUsfactorih whal pie si:-

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Sreen Cheese.

moon hoH-

Me form

iinrhtr

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"HUTJltSlEAS" *

suriitcc lnyer

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she

Wiimlmtig channels

distinct*

M;*n> oli-eneiT-

is

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o ule in

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1

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And prove that is not made

cratem* and some specialist* think v luvn m a-sb flow* Tu tbev were carved hi tiers they so attest underground lava or warier channels that have collapsed m >uh dried i

or no

full

vaJkw> that meander like rivers for acs imuli its 200 miles (page II7T Scientist are truly seem !" perplexed b> these feat ures The i"

an

Instrument to know It the Moon shine al

-

lastliL

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mtHnftiH~a|tei

rrafl

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hdr that

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a

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that glittering

the mirnber of jpir r-

and 6 Suviut

cntshecl or soft-inn r]^ cl isn thu

autumn Wi th

m;m

by

i

— ihm

moon

ItavL-

as of this

night.

the besl

hr Ete^

at*-

of cartbLouisd telescope * vtr> good indeed % lunar

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of Chicago.

nipha di-vice he lljn.tr mrfai .v it

hi r-nlcT- pulsitiz frrun earthy ihr

went

Ijow-ered In

tnly &::(hhi

Smmlmreted the

5fn!

with

and mftasurrd ihe enf r^v bounce

I

utorrcir mlpbci

ui their

fy/iriij

much

i

rdbiimd

indiiNtfes light elements; a atoatig

the presence nf heavy tie-menu-

liucli ll-

hr rebciltnch: \a 1 cr L-rimlihl

of ihr monti

parHrire

-

\

hmmU

bounce,

iron

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irndlliit d lhal

msi^ hr chemically

sjnisliir

mij-st

abundant

ihe r Ilf per prrph-

i

!,

j

rt^,

vi-lf.inn/ r-rki v I

l.a>alE

pmjjritiK trcnrhc

whose -hurpeHlpr- bpspeuik ^ Uiditlyc uh^Mvr Us- mop pfrked up u rou»rfed stone nmr the scat’ Uttr, weighed it. thro fumbled il wke ihr tlifQgr? vlaued lulHfci> Urt a litr^r Mxk jiiii util til reach. Upper ruler PuLiiilg abuye nfU*Lhcr u\ Lhe end of the Lrenth .l! far right. U damnifl iln wri and I

t

i-

hs pi

rd

Hi

i

r

S

nil

;l

lunar rock

(train

t,

and

tra^mi-isl

.\fApi

.,

(ieicrmflill^ the .sfmagth

h

i

Wto- nf rruKir

on

it*

sewp

mal1ii rt

picked up

mure evidence

uf iron rich nilnunifs

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Responsible

N 31 J _»

iht

for

1

Dr

jrpikimfrtSV^ digtcT.

stiHL jiii she uiechiifii _ l jlI

m il

iirm Eu

on Surveyors

flawlessly 3

41

id

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ll> Et'hl

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huvL'

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ei

1

date anil iJi&fir af

ilii'

fji< ii-

|Hd$ for ho Ltmar ModI

uh?

cna

Siin' IiiJi:

Bedtime

1

1

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1 1

rplta kb E'vn[v:sra.li: in

mimio,

lunar

1

|

cEfcr

di^

the

|cr w.L“ -tisipiifl will

Huht-

Ttmi

h.il

rm rii

1

move

in- ?

1

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1

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l

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lower* chi"

lt

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1 j >2

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frnfci

l>kie

foijrTli

J'kknri-.ii/e

device

r;tl

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Survryur n\ i* olpbu -tcniiEir-

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ol

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at [hr pnr]

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in

ei

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c

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mi k

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mi 4 ^ilp'Wisir'

virrtindly,

mil

im

rti|tiinL

bat

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ro the n'jihi

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hi ilrts

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used

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sunliaht Tniiloc-

inr.lt}

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TV

cylindrical

me ra. man?

i>n

n

bckiu-

fti>l l^yc-

nioriri.

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-arm-:

as luKifeiilH at the rnoi-ii

4TO

miles-

away

essar>

in

much

^

Miimbfo landing

-.ihIjE

t

i-E

i.'

crush landing

>

>pr'i eiuiularly,

thii iisaii ili i

it

i

I

|ui,-i

1]:

no L" ir^ci-mm the y pi timmeted toward sfctit

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l*

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.mil

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I'JftS.,

d f rlelaj ed ?c u n e -

urn, M?l n-

succeeded -ending hack

ree

if

I

M life

TratU |ui|ILlntL5, and. the

C'ojfi

rater

m

Sea, nr

In

i

3'hai Hjl-

Became

name in honor nf hr first known.” Iri^-up phologptidi^ titfato Roiwr received

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s

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re

u u s an

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sty

Hut tbe Apnlln planner- needed

derail

sser

mi

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aMMinau'U -miE ipacecrafi nut be m'jlloWed up,. a> -nm.e fienplo

hi Ju-Mirr

wuiiLil

tJi-is

eared, m .4 deep, lrtuc k*tou.> sen ut dusf:. Five successlul Siin. evi>rs, nut uf seven >i 7 itnd fifi, Mifl-landed an attempls rd ,

r

,

;hr I

.i^

TV camem-

n in all

,1:-

SSr^.Tlits

X

Al

iThi-

I

unemiivm al

ujid i^avt

rrsiKiti

'heir

Alphoiisus (page Z143, Mart Cuunitllln. the

Known

a

i

fiicc

selected fhu region* near

the binar etju&tor

p

sprits

LI ci

visi li n pktii fus ;ls

Rancor no roast d

abnLit

cktser timk wa>* noe

A pi iiytrimauLSo seven Rdn^ers were i

from

a

were

fiftieth

of an

Mwn Clwsc IJpi" Jj'-lKi

EjJ^E^rrc

hIiIq

1

1|

‘-

l-NUtine M..S-lHKmiliAt S

^€4

wa; docrtbid

in-

1

t.

aiidiil

N A7T.fi'H

I.

A-L

,i.rnepa I

ji

ism

(lie

miHAPisii

panicle ?

Bui inure

irt-Lb

ItAetltC. SrtViUnlw!! ptfojncl

tci set‘

Ss*.

ikmbcr

tlotfu

1-iEif

r

ISliryei'lir

E

N^ws^ll


I

1

Thai as umfo

inijwirLiiiE,

cruft

netraled

turf'd y

nvn

or

into the soft

slrrngth

<if

ith

by

r^tro rockets,

lUa

tn the h\\! reidoEs where Surveyors lain fed. is made up of gray, finely divided, ^ranulur rmi-

much

.(»

teriul

says

set of oversize gulfltshcsr

prt nls,

great

but hr

1

<tm

jei

lazy

E

talked

lon^ At

S’-iAiidena.

L

Ur Hun.Jd V SvoltH

hi

UW

hltuil

it.

and determined its denh]i> And we broke nflf a chunk from u rock by lifting die digger and dropping il like a another, weighed

tunuxter' (pages

it,

2

1

6-1

hmk. A huge

iijj

the Scent

Ehe m^Kir^

i>n

!

A

iwo Operate

>

>f

my thi

1

surlao'-

1

«m the

1

to to si vartuii^

parabolii: mirror fur

-oiE.^ isi

up

In

a

rHimg focused brilb-ini Isuht un

I

measurement

1

to crush

nut tried llumrl.i I'isfully

1

Ubhen the digeer hit

hard into the spit and measured the force ri'pmred lo compn^-* the stirface We dug rig and les rem htTi oei t ill i hem M anchor deep WV picket! up Pile rock fragment 1

me

with

h rowing drumatit: Iotir shadows like those an Surveyor pbotognifrh-^ ju>1 Clijiin.- and -i in iufta slung from the ceiling gtffwmkd tiie lank. aHiawing it lo "give"

e

1

ground miking

c

the scene,

HiAy remember," Ur Scot! told trie, "that we used the diflger la Severn] kinds of test* on tilt ohkui. We pressed Ihe loserE jaws

1

-

nriier uF thi

nUu

m

r

1

the

I

i

Er^ted the feel of the mnEersaJ

moon had been mm

1

1

I

it

iEunpk-r Identical to the

ernous workshop where a mock-up Surveyor was still being ustfri fur ptfc£4ligfil tots. Togeihfr We worked the re molt controls that ^issored tilt digger otil u distance ai live CL’i't and moved ii shfewayanuri up and daw n \t uirr tuciintiiinl its steel jnw opened, closed tape, and held fl up- hkt- n gently on n. roll newly trained puppy waiting for a reward

much

1

I

I

ucL->

hand, he re ertated fur

soil

Culifomi a 1mlitute of Tec ti noldgy* who sent rammu^L- to the device on she Ttiooo opposite! Me took me into u cav-

>

with which we experirsneiil: it hkr lunar soil tylicn the IfiEgvr

ihi> lab,

As

\r*m the Arroyn

hcru.

sift

su-LEt

&h-

,i

r

plow- litmugh

thr

e n ieI n-eti r front the

*

it

l!

i

big tank of

-in mcTjcittible

ut Cornell likens

"You An cum pare it Lo tine river -.ill, you Dr Scoit Enid me "In i 3a't we have

enough E& leave foolbe able to walk without a

Propulsion t^dMirattsfy in

Tnrrii.i

Thomas @otd

or debris layer

Shot:

the cad nt

like Eer

ceme^L puwdtr tpage 213] Ur Shoemaker than th-iE with a wide more .'iayi il range nf pLirttcSf 7ize^ He tall? it a rr^olUL

Twii af the Surveyors carried a soil mei.] tui lies surface sampler # clamshell dmvrr ui]

much

kuhe^ive,

-.light l v

i-

in

trouble,

fic til nt

hat

Troifessor

as

Will "ink will

I

I

restriid imtiJcti hjjI

to pound* iHjr square inch, ample For cither astronaut or Ip tiding spacecraft “it will be like tolling on o5d snow with

maker A nrnn

*H least

he surface,

the surface,

S to

a

settled

Lu

hr sorbur mtAzutcd

1

tend nx'k, was

21S

or

rm mnrr ihun an inch The bearing lunar

three footpwd

Mexm

the

spraddte-legEed

ssiiutdly,

dropped inngerly

speed

Maidfh

>rhed

£

V

'

exerted nn

ui

how

in,

Ehus pfir^itttbtg a

mucli force

i

he sampler

thi! <o\\,

IxetrumenS cutiie not from inanuai uinlrpl^as nn ihv nmi:k-up Surveyor hui frotn n tiotv^puUTi which in turn

OjpntmncU

the

to

was controlled by d idi-d paper

.in

il

7

misii-itji

i.

tn(*L\just iu

Funr

lin\

instruction"

it

w.t-

punched

on the Surveyor

motors

in

the digger

whined whlrredL whooM a n d whstTed.each with it- own ehftracieristie olihhgaio, ah r

ilfiL'

Iwzkhoe jerkily extenEltd, pntd(leaned itself over the mjiL and dug in. Indeed (he rv^ulls. fiid rr-^mble (hose on be moon -a cl dan trench with hnW slump mg Ldosc* nnu-eti.ii hroiighl up h> lie h«K dump til together In clods C early flic bulk of the tTpuehul ifii the ^urfaLia nl tlie miKjci nuht be u least wt &nc as tin;- Anything jfr eftarse as beach sand wnuld not act the same way

miniature

I

T

were, of course. Other ways of assessfrijg Ehututra# 3Urfft£e£ blasting iE with exhaust from Surveyor's vernier rockets

hem

did dust would cuw the vpaceernfl din win# in photographs the very -vtliT hily depths to which the tr4ft‘i lootpuidi sank, nuLfhj! the effri Ls when Surveyor I Emu need cu set

il

I

l

i i

!•

twice cm Inndiits. or

down

ti.e

slept of 1

All these tests

i

when Surveyor 5 skidded ttitail

crater

bate about whether the

something

moon

is

frantic “fairy castles" of

it

son-

The

long decovered wish

like ashes, or light fluffy

cemented

J

k

Even before Surveyor, mOM

dusk

11

1

particles.

scientist*

h/rid

abtftdoned ^ui y idea that the moon was -ur facet! with hard rm U Tests from earth ihow etl lunar -urface refiect^l and polnrined light .ini hi Minced bac k radar btiainii in a way that only bn..- part ides, can do Blit one quesl

and olmervaiioiui guve

sjstent picture rd the lunar soil.

l

hill tilt

1

tion I

had

he HiilV

a

btten far

Some

from

sui-ntists

seliled:

p

deep

were surv that

very thin layer a few inches oi p

How

il

is

was

olliers


“hat" mcium This OrhiU’r ^ pirtur* ai ihe bleak Mwius Hill^ hd|b resolve rla^K Iumtr rqirtn*ytri_* Whether hi? moon b\^ Corcvci liiici toJrl and inert dt-Lurbed iinly by eitmiitl feufmiiK «ir whether it sixvre w;l=. molten l.'h: i+arth-s Marlm fiiitliMt fit6£t tipcats now iW-er tHal mnny (>f the tore ladjiy. Study tilt dotnus, ritmR u liiiffh fri 1 ,0i K Elfflt. HJf nmtlKmrmi^ OJ Illvii They hmi n parnHlcL nn earth in dnmr^ such a> ^X^fDol-hith Howard Me*ii (bdoW) in Arizona'* San FrancUtii u>|l.uhi fii-id Rirjjnw *m the Marin- fiuld muy (x? IisVsi fritted liji thrswh fradun t, nr iht region,, buckling* ni the lynnr (Ttiit Mjlfill- irMer, upptr n^ht, tracf tl*- n.mtt Historic

tfvicii'ju

i-

ol n

i

t\

i

l

E-rc

i#» j

220


l

l

h

j

\

thousands i>£ -£i deep m the maria Ilf WULium L OwaMc bind Verne H f Iberbeek at NASAf& Ame> Rt>c.treh Center, war S.in Francisco, have an answer Hiit b twcominz widely iwttejited Alter yi\ns : e^nTiitfenting and ttfter 'tut tying fluiu^nikrf Orbit er, Surveyor, and Luna pliotoe;rii|i!.-. lln-v are sitrtEijn. ihiil the m.i nr Ill ini; hits been pulverized and churned to depths varying from 3 la 30 tect by lie mtcssnnfc rain nf smith meteorites strik inn hr ri»nn Tn the liinh3i±nd> thi^ aver i_u- drplh* -cvm in L- luliiMJiTPi-w tiiii ltOiLLlt Thi lop ol' lhi> layer, nS nil pfe(lktod

lti.it ar

miEJit

Fit;

r

6

I

1

i

te t 1‘

1

and

with

1

1

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1

1

1

1

1

ter*

and fraLcmt nf of i nfi ni te

v a ri 1

1

^iie.

Tbtei Edentrsis ^ec overw belnmui evidence ihai at lita-i the rmalltr rate ft those ran more than half mite licro^

i

— am or

die

nil k-

rlsiti't

t

These

eontliuici eis

Ain**

In

-mszJL'.

u \\

Htll-

eftdcrs

LriJ(>k“iJ]kt*

ami

rill

jrwFji s^ive fpedenct Lu

it*

the import theory nf fbr

*iri-

miir.y Lunar ten

Art-

ltiti

ii

if

,'U!iLL >

4.1 u H

fed

J

.

•iur

U-ur

|>r

rm

11

lin

ijiM-t,-

bfltwwn rtnm^l

iiEif rtm.

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nnrf nn

un>

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I

\|r cvif

cm ter MHeor *

ilnwcrl,

1

h Li 3 f !i

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ed

i

Srtfttrriiil,

ytnr wri

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huilrlini:

hirs.tr

n Until Il.Tl:

j

h

i

n!

no liTgoi

rfci.fc|

rnmeiim

(lit

|jc rrHu-

ujrpt n,

crash iriif hU>v.

thi'

hun

Vi Lit

acTfiSF^ vrnjf hl.^LfEj

ini’UHsrltf. I

I

lift:-

l

ir

width. rims llsv! riprimf i>I rj-i flhumm^K ky nd ;j

h

bi msi

|

ill

r

Hill-

within iu rw fitters a* al ii4> br aiiwd h_\ the *

I

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^iibEfiT.inr

i|if i iif%

ipi

lir

,

i

rL

Mr: tent CfiUff fn'jTH

early

i

nun'

i'WV

ttbenuii

tn-

Ttitk-Dfitf

-

in

mcL

\\

hat

inuu Jnl Inside

fttfeW lls tnilineK

h.itt, -uji

in

lin-

m uanttr WuL

locate the irtm-ikh

sc h

were ^irangly rm-i Dioudd K

reprndurc Fhe

m

ni

Ibe imjiiict

nt hu r v niters

by

known

effechs

as

iFie

wIm

listh

i-^i>

The gun

tires

“vcrlical

a rncteoiite

work

(he j),

[kutll fpii^e

r

clever device

I nviTOeil

E!un

result nf mttearite import.

Ism WEi fmns

uf another w

i

2

1

plaitk or metal famjci.-Mes stntl^hi down, at ai intn EarvreL> mi-irk- a vacuum hnrrihi'T

1

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i

1

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l

i

ei

!

vdodties

uE"

ns

much

os 2St OOOfet tasec€md. a

1


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did alml get

Him

f?f [If ftS lirbjilLT ll

CkiUfrtV ftf

hr

I

n

i

i

1

t It

fcHTTicd at

M ill

s'Elz. 1

hypfliLcii?

(loud

n $ti

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lit

i

temb

1

1

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rapidly

I

II

nrigm

Lin

the

lime from matter ihul <

nt

J i”’

nn r

tmee

ejjrtli

jl

1

ar iji-

theory

drtUidlt*r

f

caib-

putted =u

ht-enme- liliTtipohiUird

it

The

M±Fr in iwftj

.jliil

HM

riitiic

,fc

llie

lll

1

bod

l‘i

The

St

li'lci.

hr

1

earth arid

rlnp)

riwrnsi:

ti!

0t

i

ll

it*

Thfcfe llicurio pri'domimitx “ lister”

«

moon? Just its

ill

llu-y dfcspytr

LNriliMUi-U inn-

1.

LL‘

I

blub

ftnuilEer

ul

mnUei entered inUi Qrbtt a* the nuwm. H 3. The jpffli3c iJiciiry' liold$ that die !

nnxin

ewhm in the stfsM

ftpiQ rl

,imi-

i

'

lew* ti-tar. system S i-mued by earths gravity and leaked In orbit liV

•.

il

Wflu

1

Su^i'Es nj TTI04I1 matter H Oran riuipmLili cl .mo:- (if these tef u=i, gathered Crum ^uuLheasI Asia, the Philippine, and \uHtraiia The eliL^y bloLs indicate by their shapes and llii iic .iriiEjiiiiLri.' iba they have J

!

1

1

L

i L

i

rurth^ EilnLuyfjhere, D: Ll up man, .in nrrodynamErh ~\n5~ rmlttl ai Amts Hek:irdi IVnTer, h-eLh rough

fusafid

i

With 4 nttmlHfr af

IlcVl'-s

that

aw

tektite:.

hurled

lunar

ipiitr

intu-

dliriftj.;

*f

i

H

fr^«p*ipl4s

mrtrorite

with the JiuHjn After hi Acquired a number ni’ hupe

cniU-iiniih

1

EeklHe^ fur hi± Cnllfr m irntiM

-[HiKdVil

him

z-iiper-teksite for his r+xllllldJ

I R

lliil

Mr. t lLU 1 told me as he prepared his gun tor it dcmucfcdmTiorr "'1' mi's neoiiv ten times i he -peed of li mititiry ride ml lei, and it rd mid Lite-* he effect', of a sfflfell tTU'Lmrke ^irlkuut the 'ijiiim. \Vl reproduce the lunai environment ll> doiely ds we can by putting target in li «

1

M MCI

£

L

I

I

.lluuei, .iml

enough

at

I

\\

fci l?

dropping the target

rhe precise

moment

simulate the imn+n's low gravity

Hydmgen

g&£

,

i’oi

vt

pur experiment we used a simpk pi>wdfjr charpL! We watched Lhrnugb a heavy quartz window a: tht- pellet ^ma^he-d Into & bed ol ftne-frained sdnd, ii^vint \t rimmed ^atcr m.iny tsmes it> own iz Itm.ils

.,

but

for

-i

>

"'Thtd.

the ^icnilicntii ihinc.” said 'W'hen we fire she Jim .it rock>

riiti

Mr. GauLt

\<

we can knock out a gt\

rmiidi hole,, but sve never

a rim h k i- tlmi,

and we don't

u^'t

>muJl

cnuer5 tltat Iswik like tliaL Bui with grim u tar matenLih or with such mutfirial f?ver a hard ruck Inver, K\r a

m

*

r.in

duplicate

all tin

differ**!

Mr

1

With

ti n. l

a

wail

this he

I

i ]

,

i

on the moori lauk went on t “Srdsee

i

mining:

the shapes of Lhe craters or by

how! deep crater^ have i" he before the ampact*

bey;iii

Lar^e _ijiri

maximum

we

small craters

oi'

to excavate subsurface rock

:

mt>" of

lull.

1

1

1

1

-

I

r«i.

..I.I

k-

These have

boulders

iiiiil

r: f; ,

I

r

"

course, have broad “cjeria

cralerr-. ni

rl

(Ruvclcr ex-

]it ..-lLsi

entbtf caii calculate tlie depths of she fme ,^urfec* maiL-nu] rnrii the pJioSogrujdw, eitlwr by

of inapncl to

ompres^rd by a

plosion propels the missile

just fast

hy

fel l*>W

;i

m. I

k ltn is

I

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Tiu-rt

1

13

'i

1

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li

|

:l

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d;-

however TIil* verf bjgt craters were on e in ally much as six tir seven miles deep, and the present cruler

limit ul

the rimilttf mariji 1 to bn urn have been 5i miie^ deep fur a very brief

lantesi

nuv

l.niiuni-..

of

Many

sdcfiuiisls

compenMitc for of material In addition. Vnh :iiU« ma-

ilic^e vjl^i

the toss tcriol

think tbai the bottoms

has

rhaspis ro>e

to

man> oi the pits O'Keefe of NASA's Goddard

SHUtlfllly idled

A- I>r Jnlift Space Flight Center at Grecnbeh, Mnrydaml Lpage -H3), jiuti it, The moon just won't accept an im«ult like that 1 reacts p,

1


\

'

He demonstrates

spil£

i

Onvificio|dy that

certain leknie.', small blahs of black glassy

found from

ntaleridJ

\-f n

hirmerJi

Chapman

1 Jr

w

than a

IriiS

when Tycho

earth

to

fplftslicd

VustvaUa to Smjiliei>E

mlLlltni years

.lu^4j

: .uteumiiMi

.

i

W.ii

eMKinei-i

;lJ

rank as an expert in ablution iht meMim; and dun chirm awaj of objects flying lb much the at ttWjetphm a high Velocity lh- knowledge helped design the heal hi

IloIiU tup

*

l

American aatrohuuK

shields that protect

rr-

the almitfphtrt after space tliehis one else in the: world has so varied a

jiiEvrinsc

No i

mn

iilifiT

Auvtj-J.L-inn lektiles as doc-

Chapman,

in

i4i

-.ir.LJiuiL'

makeup

otli else fin-

hj

-

1

hfd 1-hvf-r thoroughly The rhernknl hrf unlike I bill of jmy

no

arid

Dr

of

-r.Tl

material on earth.

We can

by experiments ;and U c*»ni(ihr Edam- irpm Australia natiohof reriam dial ie> mii£i h ave bet? n me Uji i w be >r ChnpT7i,in loUl nn“ 'The first tirstr was in jl \ a L.m the moon, because the molten m a er c:i took he form of a ball. a n he sec mrL time was in earths jititKJsphrre, hccaurf of the Wrty ihcst? glass balD have ablated an “

u

t

13

.

.1

1 3

\

1

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one

r,jde

He sara

They

lies.

|

me

shuwbtJ

a uu>

joki

1

]

'

cl

PiiTii55iEirn -arsDr

tr.uk dalitiu

of

full

likvfli in

m

1

button

Vitm^phcmcftl IJ

i

I

i

1

t

I

and

fission -

me

they

!

Jed

I

uhoul 7(X3,OOU yeJirs ac o." he ennw \\i nw w hftU fast d ^ y w e te fi t i

1

1

mil'

I

r

1

Upon

the

the

their origin.

moon

a

it is

\1 ACTEIsT tt

M

^ itrhcs could call down vapor from the moan for use in their LncarkUitioiis. Hul Hki-itcV isomcrtfalng far more solid than

r u

'jap rrpq>

tile

moon,

,i

drip if

may indeed madi

ihe finding of

named Demi Chapman

\ire

itn

earth from

Vmes

a irretL

1

^Irulute

i

oi

fits

the 01bun

for

ftfe he-

exactly

relatively yi.mnp c rater,

;tnd

a i

x l*

tre

u

frMm Gene Shoemaker

me n do us speed can

Eimrs jmtfL

tn"

that

Tyrhri

h\

^The euLrth is strewn with Umar [khrte,' siyyi Dr Shoemaker "A meteoritt sirikinc r.htmcH>

Lime* p*onc by* superstitious folk belies

I

k

points sqparel)

tints

rt“

the mfflKi

A K E5P $ ART.,

sinr

l-

about Hat sLirsic act as fhc Vkislratiati tditiltt. b'eCAiw Us ravs have iwt yei cm Med a why “ Not all scientist- agree with Dr Chapman, but he tiels support from fits I’oJJeiiguflS lit \iiir-. -ueh tis Don Gault, from John O’Keefe, tvlicj has lone afjpwl tbit tektltfcs come frum Ljevt

There hangs a vapTous drop profound. KU catch it ere it come to ground. F-Tf

Alt

trajectories

toward the southern part

comer of

mm

no earth uc

s\ai

And

h.ive melted

tln-s *

i -

their distribution their

t

i

wu P

the

iv T

1

.Sitsriu

nt

capes

tliti

till:,

els freely

moons in-

»

i-r

spin

itrxLvit.il ior>ftl v-

aiifl

of

muon

1

tint In'il-

own mass

to the

mil

[

and

jc

es-

w‘3\'

stuff

hundreds of ton-

sift

1

ronunually sweeps

hjirtbi

dlitKisphviT daily; hr -ays,

lit

Its

I

matenttl culh mj List Mist

up thcie sprays IV n>

materiid than

«

rj

Mil

much

earths

iSrk

of it to

cround as dutt

.

bum

and A

m


;

Natiuruil Geographic,

224

j&ma11 fraction tu cniih -land HS *ulid ihuuk?iUrtiimoils cfTnft-s of usurst are made to find ffych meteorites

Manned

Eugene

E.

I

I

y .*boui Project Mchti Harw^tr which several, \rars .lj o enlisted the aid of fanblrs

a

-.ci ir

F

$ctbij$ Ukd} rocks normal Ey are rack free in

One

Midwi.-u furfib ihai

in

old farmer said

'Now what

E'Xai

tk h

*

th!=-

pi

W

faavestigalm

you are looking

hka^o

*

anal v-i- of Lhe lunar

When

,

Sells

February 1969

the University of

orton at the

Spacecraft Center in House ups,

l

1

,

bH

11

(pages 216-1

soil

J| B

wa- fiiwered rudioortive rartum

ol

the lunar

l

a chrmitaJ

the mblrum.-nt

-urfnce. bar- In

make

to

to the bolts-

with alpha partides,

soil

heavy atomic particles equivalent Ui die nuclei 03 hejium atoms Hume of the particles bounced but k up Detectors inside lhe box cuUEUrd Lhcm and measured ibdr energy

The

fori

>ec rert ot ihi- device

lien"

in the fuel that

bnurH*+ &ern heavy

young man^'

ulph.t particles. scatter, ur

The scientist explained, "Wtfre looking for H moun rocks rtmt^ what you mi^ht call it

dements, like iron, more vigorously than they do from fighter ones* such as carbon or oxygen It is like h* Miming a rubber bait again* a barn door and n ardhitard bos. UcHif wall. i lea r fi the ball wi bo unce farther f rc mil se "m: lie lari her ..I di.ii. Ii- ::i l:iu ik»e yrkevidi and door LhEUs from ihv ion Pt his col leagues had determined in advance whiU k3iid of re^evon.-t So expect from em b

Fhe Earmer with eyes twinkling, replied. “Well fella, fiwve ynu [nuked in your hi-

*>

!

,

I

1

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t

I

A

ruined world,

dirmical tfbmml

globe burnl out,

a

a corpse

When

upon

BURTON T HE KASJ PAH"

, r

Dr.

urkt vi.. h nvude his

l

first

rtpurt

of alpha back-scatter findings^ cbemisLs, physicists, and gcologtsi-^ held their breath. Would it

H StlCHAftD

insttavncAt mighi find

the

nn the mo^n.

the road of night. 51

I

:

Indiuk >wnc

material, unlike

exntii

found on earth? Wo* fid

.

it

my

tike that of

he

melted and llic heavy sr»m- and riicK«- sank greater part uf central rnre, leaving lighler ^luff behind? to Or would it be like the familiar rocks ir die gritnitL- or basalt, for exampte? earth V crust lhe primordial enrth Ijetort

it

=

the

^.

mnon

cold azid dead? Or

like

is it,

l

ht

body wiLh .1 hoi interior? SchorwHshaiiur. mure than a century ago. 4 WTOle of lhc frozen man tk? In EWl, U. 0 Welts described it as a dead world of rennet yoicnncH^ and lava wfidernessfiSi alternately

1

a

e ail tw

living

blazing, ihen in c-jtmg in absulule ^tro.

Mure t.'.fi

recently, In the mid-’-ni'-L.

1

1

when

thr

astronomer Hal pit B. Baldwin had behim i%> it Intensive htuclies that quadf

moon

the

-

pioneer nf the 20s h century, a pro-

fessor said

Eu

him,

“Why

are you. wasting

dead and none Bui Baldwin persi^d. and an day a Wat

your time

the mthrats^

<111

purl of the scientific

Ie is

community would agree

with him that the moon is indeed ml snsideind very much worth siudyiag In foci he says* ^Surveyor has killed off he possibility I

,

l

at

li

cold

muon

Several cherished iheoriei would

jcconling

"

h1

i

in

-

India*

os'

the last (lint

voyages. This radioactive instrument. kni>xv:i l'alpha hack-seal ri-nnp device, was con;

m

ceived by Professor VnUlOT>

1

I

L TUrkcvith

i*f

*1

.

1

l

1

L

.

:

ll"

I

Dncan

he

I

Ilateau of southern

and JctJand.

The baiaJt4ike maieriul on the n\mm ma4c up of the same elements that art romovyuen. dlknn. ,duTnismni muson-^Lani, calcium, and iron 'The iriaria

moilest nn earth

muriii

was carried <m each

I

Greaom

six-inch bus, gold-plated to rtftbtf the solar

heat, that

r

1

differ

i

finding

tn lhe

\< had been lone; preditsed by Ralph litldiy E>r d-rard P Kutpor, Director of win n lhe t.unaj Hid PlnneLary f^tbomtury at 1nUni versity of Aiixoriu page 2121, the Lunar soil which Surveyor tested is very much likr h^salLthc most comtfinfi volcanic rock on earth. A basalt layer several miles thick prahnbly underlies all the earth's ocean t ied.v. .uni fi:isaJth lava Hdw^ cover thousands of squiir^ - .1 m J 11: k .'-jlumUla PI.iU.mll

came pnmarsU from a

Survey*! r Vi evidence

rise or full

I

1

cur«

from the

r

bighltuicls chielly In that the

twice a* rich in heavy metals sin fi This cmifit help explain a-, iron tend nickel why the maria anr riurkcr: On earth, comlire

pCWiidi .sin

L

iron

reduce

and other metals darken nR ks

thifir

ability tn reflect Si^iu.


m

1

-

That Orbed Maiden The

rinnificance

tin dine basalt is

erf

that

il

vimngly -ug^r-L- ii hn innojv B&sulr on Forth always come? from an igneous preftess that hr it has hctr.ii produced by rocltrng ittidsoh'diticatmn. Moreover. when a planetary body rr. hcctvir.T mater inis separate from be i

l*

1

1

1

r

lighter

1

1

I

mi ltd

a process

ini

Hn-

nfifferentmtion

from Lhc JifplLa bftrit-sc utter nt-sulls, rn^t experts cun dude Ui.it the moon must have been hot at .some tune in its history a differentiated

i

’a]l i-

H

nw

muon

didt.hr

suggest

get it-

Ii

eat

Ktt|Wl

i

-u.

count

(II

r

nuhoacti ve element.’: nuch a* ptiptudum.

and ihnrllim and

tuUJTk

And

m

iistruphysk

ists

r. t-

from mediaiikid

i

>ulH the flexing crust because of tidal forces proct-sse-

14

trf

I

hr

numn

the sire nf the mo^ti heat>

up

:

-?

body

-ay that oner a ©notigJi tn

pit;

It

innnoL be rooled down within the rirrn- wt believe the imnm, to have mi -ted billion vriLT.n. the ^mc age as earth. So rnlcriur,

it*-

it

— E

moon

Jte

view I:

ge<

nol only was hot,

an incfeiising number

of

dn' mi wiii la Ctio) outside

that

iJi'jjftrii -

tbiii

mtisl produce

defter

it still

mi

:

1

-uiTrr-

i

in the

authorities

os'

hot ituddeT

-anr|

-tvi re

moonquake- We

juh i^rnnii n the

-1

\s r

1

-s ri -;-r-

set!

slum piitirof crater m|

Orbs ter picture dearly shows the trank:- of two mllim_- > tenter q« sm- JM-* V- evident c for lu»l muon increase. ont: of the hottest debate b the whole HeId of lunar studies Is cooling off slightly. That b the acgirmrnl over whether rhe craters Lind it her formation* on the inn^n are vulcanic iri origin or were caused by impartMjuij years agoevctylbing laid to vul1

hie

1

-i

1

wm

Then

tanlsjn '

i.l

'I

-

'*

Il

-I

.L

the careful studies of Ralph ': -Ii- 1,0 IilIh'l m:n |i;T M

that meteorites

l'

-I

had caused most

nos all ot

it

and .cralers, although baldwin hlrn^ll never went l.har far Xnw the pendulum is winging bank n m-l the the moon's basins

1

majority'

work. nized

scientists

ot"

Some a>

*£(=

f

raters*

l>r

others arc

more

may show volcanic

he original formation by impact

Two holdout trrmm

.

both process^- at

md

likely volcanic. Still others I

i

structures are generally recoil

Impact

dlt-cf after

_*;

still

'itand

ul the

Moon

the

Me Donnell

Douglas Corporation

Hunting'alifomlg, believes that more than

ton- Tk'jii h,t

in

of thr jtuijnr lunar surface features

ptTi'fMit

Yel he admits iha^

urisnn.

in

viiltiu-ii.

sire

22 $

mu>t be sonar Ijryt; lunar imparl : raters, for there are such craters 011 earth.” Siut E'liomas Gold, author of the earh deep- -du U.n irn:- see- u hr other way. “I am yet to be persuaded that there ever was an> arne -scale volcamsm un the moon." tat H I think Uierr b no Hard mtlence told tru’ In between are all shade- of oputiw Dr Kuipcr W'hn fecl^ihat loo much atEeniion has tn irnpadl theories., conu-tufc lhai been rriiiny raters hiive been caused by subsidence "riierc

"-t

i

1

’’

L

1

!

SU

1 1!

I

\nd r?1

mu

L

.L r

!

i

ii

Y.i

i

]

1.1 FI

H"

3

E>

of his associates at the University

uric

Ari/onu, Ri>lm

L

rt

iSlrom t *ays, " \s

1

see

il,

about Its i^n enE of fhr craters ,ire cleariv V bnpact created alMJUt 10 ^rcentart volcanic, r

u

b

and [he have hi

We

are uncertain

rest

will (iroSuibU

^milcthy Cmteri" One thing everyunt- .igrevs raji There are in huge voleapEc like Mounts Ifoji or B.ilnier on the snonn And m> c-lfLLr-i ur \o\fluk era pi in nv or hiva (low have ever been observed 10 ucaai F'ot that matter^ no ortu ha>. fight

cnit

it

1

ever seen .1 m-. leu rite or a cornel strike the moon Or cnur&c, man nh^crvaiiun of the moon has co\ ere cl only a nuroent in the long 1

^

eoru of lunar gcol^gicHl hbtoQr.

evi

wall* and the ge.nernl downhill creeping material

.

>

from the energy of gravity when the chunk* of mailer form mg lhc moon first rushed together; 2 ) from the heal of decaying beat:

.

h

c

1

n

earth'

i\v

it Lr

-

same

possibilities, the

three*

Hutrecs that

k. So,

k

J

m-

Jack Green, a lunar expert at the

pa

ve t n some thins: else wbic h tKcites ^usplcum that vulcsttic fire.s arc still hr fn Mar- h 15&7, oji English oh^rver wrote >>: -cmng a bright spot on ihe

B

ui

moon

il

*

pi i;

ur

1

directiy

hortic^ the five

!

sbe

.

1

l

between

|N-inte-

tlic

mcme being chuuogt'd In

diutrs before/'

observe r wrote

mil

ui

pacing iinnlln-r

in the \f0 a t hiy ,Yp 1 ? r s

of

Royfll Aitrotiomiiil .Sorjff"Y eIme he find j

-

with his

!U-inch

telescope

Siei

i

c

H i'n l

*

"Lwo lumiEious

on either dde of a ^moJI rid^e nj a yellow fftmte colour, while all the rot nf the spots,

uiipz

enlightened part was of LL.snuw\ white. ...T r'

observed it for five Hours tine could disregard such report* wen It not thtti ih tv number rntfre thnn SOU. nuim of

from re^jected aintrutiomers Thi* -ajj In ibes have been concentrated in 11 few locathi-na

-

tions no ably Ihv. craters Arislarchu^ ibriglitesi spot on the m^onj and Alphuri4U.s. \'hcy l

take the form nt temporary bright spot-,

ulow

and t

,

red

and Nul* bands, veils,

utlifr [leailtaiiH^

ran dent phenomenj.

rerJ

violet tinge-,

kuuwEi geiwrallv

m


;

idim of

rtSiJ

-

1

setw a

,J|

mi

-

j-i>c

-tan astrono rne r„

ii*ii

impetus wai

PiSa, iiowcrfu!

Iii

I

t

Si

i

1 -

tin

moon when

ibii

kuLii

loud"

liri|fht

id

rei

,

to ihv

Hu^-

nut mil

or near ihc central

oei

k of A3|jhort!^it5 hut als«

m&oqgcd

to n-

cord the phcuafncncki In a A mi il'Ei it] 06 3 w i> Uni Ujd Si as e* oh v rvi

i

3

i

ppt, Jitnu ^ i" 1

-i

I

GretMcne and Edward.

Barr,

Lowtd] Observatory in Flag&gJf* Arib hivo 1 n a bo f a W 1n- yj, n nr pi u iar reddish pun ho near Aristarchus that lir-'nl only hall an hour .iL 1

1

Ljl

1

1

I

.

(

1

i

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doubt -oinHhliii3 simogt' hafjprns ^Mjradicdh on the moon that tiir fc^l^w NASA became^? n rt Theft

could

no

hi

j

1

l:

i

»

I

saipppfted t Jfieration Moon Blink, with volunteer observer ni A number oi nb ing year

it

siirvitlmif-ld iVnlrh Snr liLimitnt plmrnonuenii :

lie>t

d iri r

0b

In;, JJ'

a

'

1

.

yr- '

"

I|

fc-J

Ilehcjjviiig fur

M-Duy

1

and

rn-eh

rnii'.lmiis

lunar iHudscapf- At hm-NASA's Mu rimed 5 |mi i-. fju'i Ctnttf «uij Tcaajs, AstronAUt Lr Don Lind mTs out r^dpid in mrubury nnjmn,i wd*mmn£tt-r Train on

-LmuJatiN:!

m

doth

qnakjcn. AluiTiiliLied gruUlitl

dcvt

ibi*

.

-

F

-

itml uJfiri ih*vu

^ruLLml

Liiltcd

bej-ic r>: <-t

ALSEP

n Hum an an early AtruEtscnls ^i|j

run VV

Vi

fn.i r

will de-

purri. "Tliis

^rapuct kn. Ijaek-

t

Apollo Lunar

manned

rqjll-n -i'lL’iit

•i_'

j r rri.'^'l

Lls

tfi*

1

1 1

m

,

5.urI

i

he

(hr in

find in ib

bntk

j? Imip as a \vzr

an itislnmueiii On u -tjrw nDfimudi.tm from Lb buoati iriilllf .a tr-fcanenj: vein-

iili

-.Jupp elf-

;i

EstHTimbuiL'’ T'iieka^r

foci

to

ram

iheSunar

I

threads n realiitLc

rd

ret mirdriKTi'im

»

limiu mtifT fipld near FlojEstatf

Some

f

Ir will nft?

day and |

-Lb

mp. instrument

traverse the mtH.ni

111

IjLiL^teiS

Sr*

Hi

i

t

o

vrhn

map

It-

features

The

Arizceii field vh wn- weth

Eeri

a m:\s-

In vflh 4itk

caJ SuJfVffe Z?-6

lurirn

iurt

.ni

i3 3

br

and

1%

lbs* t"

Si-ei

deep.

S dr^ili^i-

if

3

ohsen

l> rf m jl‘-

a »pvrial di'rkt- u|i

t«ril

j

i.

it iiti

I

s 12

til liiT

W lu-vl W

iti.i


;

— that causes am

an image tube<he

moon

t rj

1

on Htink

n'ltorsjjots

blink rapidly So tar

Moon

have observed 10 - tjphtiniimesui, oj h.ivr bren ^c|jarattfiy unarmed Which One analysis oi tfii of sighting revimU curious :tci The evenls happim rimtb tclirnft

The innocent moon,

J

i

1

-

.3

is

l

(ft

labouring surges

1

1

J

is

farthest

muskmum

away

iwhftH

it.'

all tlie

closest in

hen thtal t'rm rh-Lnfiin^ hr m*Kms crust— 14 times a* great as iFhisl im earth aw he tUdr i^-iki, and a^ain when the mpim fiirih

Moves

shine.

i

more frequently whui hr mncm

nothing does but

that

of the world.

trust ^cit* llinooi^h

>

iY

relaxation Irani such dktortu W |-J,

lured With Lhis evident n few scientists tmvr ’U^nt'sied that under the stnr&> of tid.it Utifcu* fractuitts npen in Ebe mootiV lurliiLy, al]im irig nase* Lo estap* Thfcsu iluiilc ^ases miuht be fnom vuk'cUifc sources* or ihr\ mjld be L-nkS eases fluorescing Mcadrr ^oiur rndiasinn hew eMc-rUin Any feiea, however, that they are fltJ-w > of molten lava-

RJlNC SIS

i

I

S

e

Hti m rs0 k;

El -SONGS"

Anyone who tin* sal by tilt thifi

(

^

somethin|;

gravitational hirer the i

i

t

M-.it

9

Jbl _

-

!

ths-

lidc>

moon

mysterious eocerts dd earth

iufee affects not only the waicni but

/JPlHQI -J

mb&erved

the

nl

;

;ind

unfailing retpihioly of

* kru>w^ 1

r

pB

nn

>j r

-

9.

*

j;:


e

envies

the-

land iu well

iht

earth's surface that. like a

It

around the earth with

bulge

tsdjJ

.1

in

rtrtlj UUft'ani the tn«»ft

\u

BccJUtfe ol friction wit Is in thi vurtlii ojuI heraiist thr earth Is spinning u mui'Ii faster LhuJn l hi* isuwn is urbilintr. thr 1

-

fotwd

b dragged d subtly

liLilh«

non oi the earth’s rotation To picture this in juur mind ihe earth

muon

chii

.is

fflee of

the

it-

mnmt

ai twelve oVIin j

i

m

ul

clock,

.3

the direc

iii

toaffitie dial

that the

and

nbovr

?bt ml( L al^o b e cxjU'

1 1

±1

>

t

we ve o'*

h.n:k,

t

run in.

righs iimiiT the

1

forward, and fty * I

r?ne

u r imaganiiry model) points

">

o'clock instead

>i

Now, because of

atiuan

whitaL- efffLl

thus speed

J>

lo

1

iL'

the

gruvity,

it

uu

up. File

:1

Uw-

th*

rtf

continuous extra pull ibt moon forward awl same fon-r, w raking iti

bulge gives

ur\\

tends n* hJrW rairlLi down Vs wn> juttrtinnui con Lull vou t h vou attempt elite it immediately goes to *peed up i into \i higher and Im^frer orbit and slows n'vfr <

,

1

dow n

— and

ex at fly what happens to 1

that's

T

his

mighi

all

<n&m were

sound

it

like rhenrcthaJ

mm-

nui i6f evidence that

It

is

happen ing T and has been happening for til any hundreds a! millions of years For example. studies ut daily and monihk urowth lines in fossil Wtib susr^t Lhat in the Devonian Periods JSO million years ago, hours lung nil earth day* were unly Ulcre were about *100 days in ,l _vt\tr n-lt\ni nr nil

I

1

w

h the R n »* m at

ii

hajvt br*cn 1

xrt

w

iii’

a

ome

J

Did

it

ihe *unie tune as tfarth*

li-

.L-

Did f url h gi some earh uuoeba and give birth in r

mio being cirsiL-

orliil,

on one swing of an

so

therr cmcc

were

LlJat

3

ct1

i'

aiifl 11

h

ocy,

find

Mi S.

Our

planet did uitlved

And astronomers

,

Si|>sn

faster then

nut kin^ very exact checks

mouii against Iht st-v-. discovered long ago th^t the ituwm its taking

vi

n the position of ihc

and lunger to make iis circuit It is* (n pu n g farther and farther away far u stem lunger

I

i

t

I

Li

"Inday, by lirmm: radio ^gnals fnjm earth

have

relayed hack by Lunar less

th,m

month

L r

CM

«

fcvl

b> about Jl.

1

tiics?

close

miles, bur die n-jerm

it

Fnr un nrfiVfx ‘

3^8

milra

i^

have been in earlier naturalK have ponrh-mi

rcisght

Scientists

ertor or

ihfough^^ 1

distance* center la cenicr,

Hnw

\\

It

M7

ith -ui

Ur litter,

has been measured

ilirUiiiL'i-

mt ion’s

l

ieu of 0 fitinrr " '

'

'

one?

into

Lnlherttsis

1

Licit

1

1

com pit rated and mieresimg

place

than most people have supposed-

Mironnuts tin the moon will probably be -tWe to do Utllr more timri few pound* of -am pits and eachuf gather the U0 scientists Iwk cm earth whu liuve been cbnserl in study -md anuly^e iho^e *nm plrs In ipe-. against hope that xhnit oi tbi! m .±first Amerii‘iirs

;i

rtpnfrrRi

u-tiul will

l

a*UommL>

|„:Uvr

^

muun

m

sn

on the mr.aAn, own nuclear power supply and ii

1

10

-iru ititujL*

st?

infancy

u

u irattsmitter

optlmiaus information to eaiih About things as tnoom)tmk^T ^oior wiml. ifie

nil

.icb

it,^

group of complete with their deploy

will

1

flow nf lk Ul t and magnetic

field- Ipag?

fc

JJb)

come rovi n g v h it fe, manned and unmanned, to iriiv^r^e tbt bleak liPinr tcrruin. \ ml final k will ccgme ciilnm^^mdl will

Lat er

St si t

b uifis ol

I

l-

jrd:

1

1

ment

s

1

1

h^hd

-‘.

i"

I

k;-

1

pc

r

1

.in tirfrii'ndly

i-iiT-r

tinviion

Ui their neeiiv 1

Shr

it

to

forefathers, will

from us

he earth thm

4nd coalesced

up

:

'

pli-

mooji And ii is l lear bed dun will scarred and bufEtted cde.Htlal wn-i k

tbi

tnr remne

;i

I

i

surh qi^4joiis axe nol c^y. but precisely >uch que^Barb lhat astronauts ("i^monauta have in mind as [hey

Answers

1

to

h

I

-pmisv Ip^s: -- - ? Or number uJ sm*ill nioon^

All th*i» hypotheses

it

osl

el

ihtr

a

ji

wept

moun

did the

scime niher pnjt of

in

L'upii-irtil like tt'ere

Or

a daughter?

-ular s\T-(em, und, I

mucins arigin

flic

ilividv Like ;in

the motin,

ca

1

rabw wonderful and fasrm.umg

aurt of sister planet

cuttle

,

1

into bet tip

^e-iUe-

^ -in a- w nuld

n di

time- lusher than thv> it n liicre. svere ocuans

1

quest sons about «

h

.-,uc

Eluj-ustind

a>si[ nil r

1.

All this

The

moon

die

.Mlu UnTiald.

|

wmm

Twelve. This

alwayb moving slightly nktad

ill iL is

L ti ll L

m

1

Sin

]

ft

But m- tht earth kirn- it mates a full rodtium in only ®$te dayi the slower moon \*fctS more than 19 days 10 cover the same cirri dragged earth temls to Sr ihc bulge u 1

i-

I

it

Theoretically the earth’s

k_

inn

a geophysicist and a vi co-chaiicehor of he t‘ iiu:rdiy of i'ahfonim ai Sonia Barbara* funds that thr moun would have been onll .ODD mMei from earth Jess than two billion years „n"i It fluid no; have wv n much do^er wsrlmut shattering into IragintnL?. Thlev m« eurth

hmms rjircctK

iii

Gordon]

(

1

and have made

t

no; quilt

t

(hir iatriguing qucsl kifn

rate calculations

wave,

crtsl pmrdiftip di>

sib

)

"It is at range to thitik.

*

as Arthur

C

Clarke

Thr fttomise of Spae f, ‘ihai in a kw mure years any iitrmieur aj-tn'inomer with a good telescope will be able to see the bcjiii? -iLuniny wftepe ah os' %Ui- first tfcjieditiQfiB t*irs rmiid ever bv, within the arms m tin-* THE END crescenl Meior ; siii a

in

•>

1

moun

f rtluHtfy fold

thv lyppirmfc ptfgr,


Ptontimmuii Vnfited

A

of the

thjfikin,n

Spue?

\jtP n eni-'intTr

of H’qwrtj^mtht

Otvh MflUcr

nhd t^liAidins portray n unai? «i

J

iriforuiie

ft

hi*

otll pail ifra!

mnmi

|)r-i\vin^

might be

i>es

ihe

zn-i^i iuz-

ptk“iihtr hi m g^nmitfinvi,

mjk

and map** ihc a* ;in oKtnil.inL the tisyn.-n .upj «h AJti m tuam hfibSl.L^siui module- tit- almost huned for ph itceTHj-ti zugjiiniit mEcrqmcli^ritjes m*d tcmpemUif££ Lh.i' flut-'Euale ^ brtwwn nooH ftTld [light In a fafwr.dory TnnrJulr. fnr^grmtJld, IjIdI1<j£l:-Ls: mtu- fini uxuniiiani\ cifammcjit with raising vegetables in fertilLtcd wal cr A mult? -level main moduli! endosc* drcEsin^ rtmms 'urve-.

I

earn

drill:*

t?

for erorenng anil leaving. mctlital F'l-e^on/T'il

chemically

tunnel ioi.

L.cd

leixth.

w

it

to a

Inn

ii

jfe&ir tti; I

The

im

„tmi

phim-

R^stdf a bnjipiF

optical w'offr in pis.

..

1

linprnHory, dtirniEl cpn

where

-

l

inf n

ft \

,

Jiilrhum,

lun.ar n*rk quiirnrrl

ivnier nut Dpi)

for |>rrailtupg .m<l hydniisfrn lor tel

span

I

n.i\s

tin fitnijtPnS

k,

injc vehii

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innitJJlef rocket

on

fill left

:-ti|JiEeB

pube

A

-

and dirung ami

r<

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n. n i

u, |

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fsince! ike f inllu

the Sht-aveiii,

ul

ill.',-

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i

1

1

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fw the nl£T

the- iurl-i cr 3? prQCCSSft'd

wJ n

.

i nr

lib

^yuen

teWoi <e probe

imdimmcil hy

deep

earth’? atmes-

for nrturrt id £jbc bfoi: pltinei earth-


u

A MN£-['«iF rOlttHSUCl

Awesome A t'

ILi

views of the

i

moonscape of

\mm

cii i-

he cralxr Coperfii-

i

mmaciji^iv

Luimr Grbftcr

3

2

phtDit

tfrfl

fWTjir ^ast

sateJHir

mile? high, tlh triinsc '

tAkflb cm Nownitwr

|ihntncm|ih

cJttr.tOirEiliQJnr

J'-ioti

1

'

the

.St

Lhu- -pinc:-

— acx lairnu

Bqf nm-l

t!

Th* Hi:

moon derives from Lhc lam-

1

ntliQiit sbocilihg idil^lr, pill*

ifra's

tlibLmti

iJir

ifJq 1I1

iftci

I

-hrinkin|^

-

cm*

I

n5f

the snlcllitf sr,11

him

mni

In tiHtidu

1

nr- n board.

ntd the or iifm.il

LtimsiniiiEii ilixm

COfil^utLr resyoif mbh'iJ

Of

Lijr:.1I

W

prnrefU

1

ol

I

Though

sites,

witS

hind

he vrtoon^

Copetnku? for

i-J5

wall

.pljrLLtimn

first

m untied

-mooihtT he-

TniMiq'si

Lli

nj

Sf, L

eH

piuly history

njgicmp.,

nn ^irLylwrget of rcjxk

wall* will offer JuO.iT

bitk

.

liirndini'

hrmi.ii ions visible in

1i.pt.ik

iurfiin

A inch's

the in

.

parturr.

Lh(:

iilioliigraplitiJ

llll l'I

while probing fo* cr.ifi

pomrof al-

bh to earth mditnuiJ form, a

bit h\

-

5

L'

mooo

(

run df l^ir century ireTncndmi* wiue of being

F«r

on

e

inkiitp

upturn)

it .1

in tlib

its

pinning

orr-nliyiri-L--

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lt

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highland H, and 'i’V-

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hr rn y-

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Flashy h

my*

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a

for

the

profile n *Ve< of ttw

moon'*

at fight

within U

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,

mouth,

ctin frnrn f

.

i

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1

1

e

t

i

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in ri.irtilr

mjli

Tycho

nmi

i

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by moon

tcccnl

LompamljYclyMiiriDiJi

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l.l.il

left,

mih -

imj

-

i

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;iU

mm hue, T-krikavskycnicr, dir dark patch

cinter/podu the nrbV is

II.

fan high- The rrijp

7 jttft-laitrtfcdon

glimpse

4

innli

terrain just bc^Uiid the croL of the rim ai lipped L ljnlt. r

i

-i.iucti

1

toii|fiie «pf vfc*s*g T/.300

tj l:}lt.

ill

highly reflerlTrr mutcjn&J

h*'

tftltitmisfard rays i ridicule \hnl

AriMINfl

I

tilth k'ErSCUp?, ilaik mini si, height

Tydw * fintoclyamk

nr tmi fTVered a i

standards Survtj-nr

.

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IftLu aiL-LiktiiL

UnKijrhl

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i

micr-

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3

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^jkej tmt

and

!

M t|liiTvHK'

Im bcji Luk-d

through

.neeri

K.

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fa* side,

mikir to

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of n-h.

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a

mf’aiidfir.icifi lfivfa,

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tcjiBon fm-cium’ of

kl

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J

holts

Hfjjutiv-uly ’iriLi^bi extern.

formed from

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moon's fan,

fMd

lapsed

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3

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riltti

kTiden \jt

1

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tk

crust

nr dmtuui.

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or Aatct.

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on the theory

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li

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then??

relatively retail Tmvitliqii-ikrT

lhai the b«Jt‘h li kt

muon Lhe

ts still

tartk

a

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th(r

tiuktlikr

wilhfn ttw ",S-rnil?-tong

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expert* brflrftr ihwt this uph! nlhtr

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as 4

rivT-T c

h-i'tn nt!

1

!,

bt

fiiEt,

I

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he

mhih;

may

Indeed hav-e bfitn by rivefs during 4k period wlicii the moon tutA n tempatmy almojpheie. The A] pine Valley itself, irm-t iigfitf* formed b> hattltlftg of ihe moor/s mi§t u process n«i unUStr rillf.-i

m

ilidi

ibe

which

fire.ii Hill

l r v LiteiJ

-

\ allej

Liber, aJirr clebriA or lain* ifniHithtd

The volley y Hrn^r tin- rill cv irfvcd frutii Fltjiv nr .•uh^dpiu H nuygptti ru^cd mount am* coiled the Alps, pan oJ the rfm of smooth V3tl

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How We Mapped Moon

the

DAVID W,

By

T

-HANKS i%irih

J

moon

h

p.(

i

I

iphi.!*

i-mwa^c

Lunar OrHi ter

Stales

lurk to

(tkiihed

!

^upplemeni

Nil

trckfk

1

Ebe lebruiiry Li

to

kMle. LstirrUifiHe

nunym

-y

i

OURAvitK -thuWh Uu- dun dm face toei-

onij

piquet* hut aIms

o\ji

mil-

The Lurih\ Miwjh

two h^mkphefi -—mil

in

turned tow -ml

y

waQ

a uuEijije

Nu-

ruft, iliu

tional Heustnijihk Sruiclv thfe tniiiill jire^cnb to il>

Thi- -|iu the

Hat L-!

i

H >k

(

jiO'et

\

in iJhu lull fitaitii^rnphit

mu tithe ft

lion

Ntltf

ieflfflnfihJt:

i

rv.ft(iciniil

(

ter

ull tlukt

K

tin'

kirpdv hidden fur

aod

niyjleriun^, renwttr*

UnknuVvable mV- jifone

l..i

marked

H*e, i

njiKitm

tin-

mi the

in

nf

the moutiT neur

tend tag

'five

1

ram

l

\lnitN

1

\j«

l

ft down

iU in

i

tin-

1

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i

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i

n

i

1

1

1

ully nearli

szi

*

i

our April If)

for

upnn the

pl.iseul

neji Uitiditi^ Shi' \ Ik- SurJuly 1967. anti Surveyor 6f which

phtei. very

1

i ;

November

in

.

*ec diosi

t i

I

.uu will

h nrl

eartfl

viwihr 4. wJul:Ii crajdv landed in

1

proposed

rotutut^H Tlur linal tlmii r will largely fir |h im

-

lift -tiff

1

'ties

ode

4

»E the

pioneer Hiivotirnil

same

vrsir

hir

<

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How We Mapped and ifi7 vr Lunar Orhiitr- Lr Ini round unit round thi- nuson. -t^iinudn^ fnmi iiivir ' 4 *LM 0 miles above ffs suriilte n> \e< (Jian -JO Rv r.siliii, *tri|i by s-5.ri|P, they r

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nr aera p hi

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hey

;ibi'Luj£raF?K- tuulii

be Ubcd as the basis o# our map, they |i|

i

moon

thi-

Ur biter

before dir

Btli

All together

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a

up

uke

a g tabu '^ilh lanpdrudi and ltd it rvprv-

and tftnon ? Then wt ion photograph

linrn o| liLtUurie

a at the

h

(turn the "anj-L relative attitude

and

fram which each

pbirtograpbs

was taken

ot the

fin h

Kr.if

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thi- jspattiuj-

Irhitcc

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lu ik*'ihi>n the

In

c

we have

T

s

m‘!mih>

Ihc

ia

da la

camera^

utd library

rri-^^raptik Scjciety

|

(if

Hubbard

I

cried in raiilurr as rruiiiy ol

To

j l

him

L'tJLible

m-nj-i

wqutd

become inlimatrly

to

familiar With the moun's ptjehed .rnd mvaec-il foie*

hictf

t

Wellmar Chamber* veraJ wjtAj -pend

LHiii^raphjtr

t

him tn Arizona, ;it Lowell ObstrVatcf) llwhere cune bjf thf world' * m(wt 'killed s*le« noirrapher^ ha v e \ icen d rawing highly detailed ru.i is a d c n 04 Xn for he A r Ft irct Cl inn wso j

an.inec-ii for

Lfcn

t'

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rhen. by careful use ot' idu w. Mr Fotli mutle rtur map A

she ,mri

dmw in^.

stand!-

i

=

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three dimensions, most striking uspcfll of the

ecu

1

new mop is the e moon ’s twe t

which each lunar feature

in

as n

Jiit

[Vrh.ips

1

1

US

the&i details u- iHe ^Niic of the j

,

Moon

Ttbor Toth

rrlit(

hr ticked*

nut,''

M

i

Lnforroition t’tmtur

I

with ihe solution

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the

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it-i!

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li

in

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VcL the for

thi- itiaaia

H .u ;knce i

i'Eii|

,

Across the ac-ir

iidej-

partiruLsrK in tiw mirth,

pUuts

m

difference

oj

^ ici

p

lewl

-lurk,

tmmtd

delft,

seems .ilmu^L devoid of thtee hy? Moon experts do nut yet aum'.

\cith craters,

the National hill

wc

U

plains

buffi

Fe a til rev Indtiwd

an apparatus (pBgfti $40-411 Hum we began ta-kii g hundreds os pictures* each from

fos

tjuk'k

z^Liih

I

different

carefully rnteuUtnl point in

aflfd

pionifnenl

\ll

foe

Enure

moon

iitt

indexed

shi'

feature:-

andean be

mafi

relation cu dir globe This took us abnut three

ciiEudh} coordinates red letters

month*, but it gave us -1 grid that pr«*«!> located each mbon mpurtlium Wan? Latin tor "sea' and cmief {opposite pnget.

meridijiri tbraujzh i

I

A

tcuc Map,

Picture

have been drawn on the orthographic projection, which presents lunar featured ,ih wrt from earth In

moon in

ttxcps (he central

such

11

r>-

portion

has.

poorl ac-

but features around ihc di'lts are badly riislnrtir] hcrau-r llir Lire shown 1 virTiuihi in edge. Now. with photographs

furw>

tually the II

true

whole lunar sphere, we

map

i

imJil

make

lints M--hm

sitter

m

i

1

jult

1

1

1

fc

,

i

nondtiil telescope^ Purrs imiu/.is upfhde

moon with north Ours hows to conform with mfidern 1

e ]

At

first

diki^

tnr

i

l

sLincp.

.-]

ActUidlVi c\i

a

3

r>

chLiractertstii', Jtnd

the

rr.iLef’-

one has

down.

aE the mji,

i

ds-ttmc^

llungariao-boiTJ &Liff

I

[nicmMi

hi;

num

"V.^r^ncupkuE

ipuiJ

ii

i

r

t

is

i

l-

ff rsl

time

(

>uTs ranHihi; txce p -

and the

at

l

jj'e 1 !VIo^-

Tsiol kovsky ai

critters

Vurnr— all named by

-

n,

l

fir

1

RiiH>Lin>

and

Finth Ihc

near

accepLcil

>ji

of the Tno*>n

c*

E

api-rnicUs

Dar

Fmstcin, Cnfumbo iCnhiuilpus), V asco dii

r\mam read like a roM call of astron fo mt iii- | c ientists- and expl orers- Jesu began this nnfftf OioVELuni Rkcioll in T h S practice oi naming lunar features fir urciit men (-^e map- p&#te

finite —[heir

1

1

1

I

nuum's mirth Kile >uu will find cralcffi named Fean ami Byrd, for (hr American explorers of carEhN Xurth Foie; likewise, Near

ihi-"

]

imr

.sou eh

Amundiwen and

Si:ot^,

[lyttf

the

min took

if

I

u

?

.

Craters beynm rujinbcE-mELrk

For mjr maji we chdse the Umbtrl A:liti m ml lu uaJ - A re i Pn jec ii n which > hows each feature in its true direction,^ ;n4timtilh T rVuni Ihi^ amler nl is.s hrmi>p!u :c, and also m true area sciifo A dime plated an?-where "ti chr hritji will cover exactly the sanni] area square miles about It), Until hr >fi.iL*r A^r, mt>:U nuips showed she tmuph - north pnJr aE the bottom, Miu'e astrot

1

are three far-rdde features

ifflcijjlv

i

of each heJULspbert and correct

\

E r

i.viense

anil

|

hlu

[

iinti^

this visual distortion

r

Ju'M ted

charged With this responsiflne.K nut plLiiL Us meet until | n :<) in run the hundreds nf timou features now

bility

-

1

i

-.iill

Unton which

ill

i

lu nu-i

the .eiUnLl

lunur featurvj. especially nn die tar lick nfficiiil W|So*es. dnee rhe ?pftdat

Many i

Tr, mb rhinal! i

ii

r.m

io

hers across the hm_ir equator,

ssrfu.

Vr*T a

.u.

the

oi

the

In

Briton

wlm

pole

fie c nil it-

fur the

named

Norwegiah and

Ur-P r^acbed the terrestrial

Smith Bole •eiiis d$o Small areas near like ^ulh pole marked u he liutnsrapliy " remain Unsat j5f.n; Eu ry :

'

3

l

l


tiW

JT

nilly

|u

than

fat)?

rl-

Apart

map

diiirl

if I

m

perron

I

f>t

ihr

r

.

•i

n

Hi

4iTt hr-

nui^pcd

show

ime

Im

.-V'^iiiicd

i

lc:r-

iwivn (hem

in

syv

J

I

above!

1

mtxm>

nit

-i

nd

i\w

relative scale

I

?penl

>

,

many

1

I.

1

le

1

map

w

i

ran-

t i

qie

m« <on.

hi

l

1

in

-.

m

1

lore,

?nmetfiTK i

a* S

whmi-

,

r

c r n> re at *sd i

1

and spi|£t:

I

trav

el

L

tm

r

lunar jdiiee

rot ^ rtf it-,

terms, ,ind such fimiitlaf ik oiirUdn* p, expression-. a_s \

technical

ii[Lnie\

-

L'Duld

1

1

it

an inulgainp hordti w»-

sdcmhfr and

craft.

Lift

n

.

m hides asLrortauLs* costrwmaiits. spate

1

Spat

FLuter

.1

;

i

Rhndr CMirl

163 flumes

muon

S3£t3

w rm u

oj

l

'

hirse-d

tlu-

Lhc e Filin- suite of

a

1

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Vt-lloW utOIlt in

Lu

uf talc h all ut

drrph'!t>

phulOKmphiltK ihr ttn^m in assure complete acfttHUcy in his drawing Other ihiiLTums ami notes show mi* the its head/ how it moon "piKi' anti

1

j ny o n d wa r ted

Rive the

'In Itii

(

1

By m> nitons

swallow

tn

nirtp'*-

1

1

1

umip.LFi-:-.

ur-s

he diagram- lowing £lafJ carlogcapher David

make

the moirn’r jvli.i-L-L Nknirr -Spaue _? J

1

-

>

i\ a'.ui

r

VfM'Un nmoiin pos-

the earth, the

to

in our solar

.

>

s

h

-ind lopr ranging front

known moon*

1

iJ

l

r

wuJtlj At the bdttaid,

hie to

4lr^l

y Hn

if

Urge hemisphere*, the words of n-ul c ^ contain iv

the plan fur the

tOi ris n n flight

fiill

tint yet

-r

t

m form; Limn of

111

1 1

gv

tivi»

jL-i

number >§21

umm

i\%t-

L‘rcmt

wealth of the

>iL

W

j

ij/

r

j

Wr

'iff,

<

,

and

re n

i

Li

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l.S. And So vk<

[

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mii-

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1

le ft

«

S

1

1

n

I

S

lire

d

rjiiziU:-

I

tlur

Ed

map

WhiM-.

lijid

1

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1

l

austfs ii»h-- ujh! tn Jap-L

the

muon-

-.

how

iL-n

ci

im|

litre-

to

true size

—2JfjG

miles in

drawn moon's Nr v&djL ir op t h f t ii] ted Si .iiv- Las \ v peer-- around one edge and HiUfiddpliuit Pt'nn^lvariA. m-t -hows on the other VnrHhrr -keuh lt£s you ipnsfi the Uuc rjist-r:-. It shows iniisznitui!-. of the tnrxni S

diarrwter

look

ill

l.hr

.

i

_

-14

w

rrirnin

i

Roger

wh'n died

-

hrt^om^

Gtl-

hoittirs

t’hfLffee^

>in

he

l

1 ~,

January

Ihrcc I

*n 7,

llro fife bivept their -p«n ecraff 'litnst>i±i Lesl

Cape Kunnei h

at

of nthur phinctir

To vi^iulhc

it

.t_-t

border

bvm

oiipinal -jx

ti1e

no

.

Schirrti, rmfl

Hie

Me

of

wa- one of the aitroiiiauis, and die nihcr tiriv^Litn

S h epa nJ

Coojkt N'uri

.

^ la.vt

'

?

n

.

a r itntet

t

|

also .ipjieur

thr ftr^i toan in hia cosman-uil >ot-

So tire leagues Popovich, Nikoiavev. Titm Ll-ohov* and Vatind nu, d'ere hki:iva- the Jirst woman ipati'n

i-i

Utr re

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Copernicus equals Yellowstone irffc siicv oF tjw AmnriS&dttyV cartcp tipfoera hnvn ttlqmjtclI fretr (mn WtM iitid ih L'L^iial spee Area nl the nwon, rimihiyimi the ?nm*- Tr-r hn 1| llc- and stylr ti^ctl Uir he SttppWlftERt map. The tiiirlh'v Moon The «urM|MribiinTcvi=j]AthAS the fn&on crater Cupi-rriii u.-_ shown Hi ilf! in the jOfbHef photoiemph iil It fi ju 4 iftcftii mAtchr* nt sfctf ttfiff Lut'c-h inmnniLl park, Yellow?

r

ow MAMATlr

tike

.1

F

flcidt. jniirriL

irom

iilfi

S

C^iffnicus So

?

I

hv crjitrr E^flkMIiAeifl*

r,i rr'm VHIoWMuiir li> Denver, Cokinol^ acttlilAv towers higher Above the crater floor tlnm do

T^riL e

I

jn spate,

Even

the

t-iikiL,

cled the earth, marie the

Spacecraft “^o\ ltd 1 mtin

named in 1

-

Lunik

the Entwjn; ZotkI

i,

_

So', let

t.

due; lhal cir-

the burrier include the first hi rra.sh4and cm

the tir4

i

I

rniUln^ly, iht Iil

make

raft to

a

it

I

p

A ip

up d

to ib

fits

i

death

-

in

On the tighter

mt

moon*

3

*ki5,

I

NASA’s

(op ^cieptist

side are f>opulnr descriptions

literary aUttsintih. author*, frag-

in rii iu «i \dr 3 rno Thr J-'iutli'i* Mtiniri v ouv be urririwL If uni LkpL hi. NikliunaJ C-f hVEm^-h iu Society. Wjuhinjflnft, It C, ^CVCM4» r for cAdl «h i m n plus 3 £ Lent ptiEtam r f*T £1 nn pLuik, plus 40 irn! pnrii..i-. tiillli u|rn LEvuitikblii; rolJriF imii'jibirfEkldril \uniip.iii i

n

i

Wan

rich merrhitaU of

Hr

bark

Hi

+

he

Pi!E

1

bn

tiwiy \\

Chines legend w ho r

moon, ht had

thr

visit

Mi

Wan

iaW

1

himseit'

7 ru« kets fasteiDtd

rncjh hand, and lighted the rockets* Ko one ever

a

hdcl

kite in

again

wj

of Immortality comes from an

on the

rimit Chinese iifKesid that the rub bit

moon, shown pouurlistg

AD

omr mu kecj^ ?*> make such a pill of us mspht wish for a liule uf an

rn.ud

o.fl

|

dreamed up by Well* li>r a Mury, fhr Firrtf *U'en n ih

lhia art r

ti

unhuMv

it

y suhittunce

\

MOOHj "I

in

tiiVjftj

Cavorile? Fi

ptiwn

Moon Maid

m'i v-aJits

Ili^

i

j

l

A

MU-

lie

I

rinses— *vtn a ccrmiL-'5tnp

mir-iern

strapped into u choir wil h

redumaEfisanc r vc hicl

t

mile?

rim of Ciyptmifetf

ptmtev. perhaps,

Hoo?

r

Three uiv;Lt Girona me rs of the [last, Htveliiih (who in 1647 produced the hot real map tif the cnaoni. ycho Brahet and Kepler, are among a win?'- whtiqf men of science on the h b rd r l t n cl udes :^u h [\n e n d ty spa cc c Jt|KTf- u Wrrnhrt van Braun, Retmirri Lovell, Robert ("ill ruth, and the late Hu till L Dryden, fur 14 years a Trustee of your Soviet y. and, un-

UiUrUMi^

n

Rocky MoLmtjinsuvef Denver's mife-bieh

mmtteof

J-

WiHiIrl Inq 4

ii.v- filer

.i

character

[isi

cumlunar vov.ipi and return safe y tu earth; Friendship T ilur irttpsuk m which John (-lean hit the eartli, became the first AmericaEi and Ranker Cnur fir>t suc^ tssiul lunar photo-

of

I

1

1

til

I

in I'JOJ.

am

ThaTs what ( ihmnan Titov

r-.aiilc

OLclamned over the radio, exulting as Vnstok line Ciarifi on thesetrend 2 carried him umnited orhiial iiiLdii Ami tv hat color -lumld w>e make «ur moon? Over tliii ttuiLufies our sittL’llite has been var^oldm, pal^ gray siiiiitisEy Iracribci as re I

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ver,

even

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South

City of the By WILLIAM

S.

ELLIS

Photographs by

JAMES

L.

AMOS

National Geographic Stall

SPARKING A NEW ERA OF GROWTH. Atlanta builds skyward. Core of the boom is Peachtree Center Antem-ia-iopped Peachtree Center Building, left,

connect* vfe a ^story-high

aerial

walkway

Merchandise Mart behind Ihe slender Gas Light Tower. Like a spacecraft come to earl h. to the

1

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ALKING AliO NO

Peachtree Street evening tlntijd yellow

on a summer by

fireflie*

nuvcli

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snipped, looked

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hl.iithi l.utber Kimi, Jr

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to Aitaniii

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bumbic." Mr McGill said* "and iv nr ter for our impfr nftmrd Clark Hnwdl u.ked hsni w b) he had burned Thr 1 citv Mil tty years later, when lie had IxTomi editor; Howell hiM mr flOW Utc RfltiettU look mie i?i ho hriulfk in hi- own &nd T pointinj! to after the l

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n\ lt^ side.

resL

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when it wll- gffll relaxed Sri hern my on he bnnk nJ lls destiny Sow I found llir in .imjIiI up cm n wLiveni ihvdiijreW and ttHO,

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his rfcnpifl

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Weednrih thf retired prcsLhairman nJ lient amS ne-w hr Knani c ( 'ocrujiitler ' nla Company, iln>

exemplifio the bevi ni a new lim'd

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Atlanta

LRihip city of the

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second from

(ctpposltcr^

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of

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eom|iared to ymirhmid Ai l.mu was the palm, and b> dMrmhtt it J glared mysdl much iurtblfr fmhting. Btit remember, the sunte reason wli ids ran -eft me to destroy A tl a r Wifi nuikt- it a creuE. cau in lie future

bl are-

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m Atlanta- what

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help dij*

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pu remit

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Lire

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since I9WJ eiceeda

cent

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years,

L'r^r 1.

rniuor

pnpultuion

rise

Mu A total for

1 Hank deposit* up more than 50 per-

m seven years, and apartment units have

utmost doubled, AtlmiLa en ds the South as a distributor of gtwrb and -.mice* drJe^ftiobs Lrnm other “Mijjre ihiit! 1 3' ]

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Mayor Hart^elii

finesjdcnl of l hi

eft^nrdred

thr.

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^pectaculm

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mm zttt of Forward Atlanta-" program aimed at setting VtkuiLi to Lhu+ Motion as a The dty sdv^ftoe^ gotwi pla-t'c tu do Infer .1

it-tlt in ItdidinM

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unie lu \tlunta to study

stud -tato linve

the city’s gifowth/' a \i

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phivi

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Jnfiwftrdj

me We had PhilEideJ " and Now Haven betr the same day l

Ui pri^nfjB^ TokL

Vlrmlii'ts o1

Furfur

a balloon of puffery. 1 lit? urWbi At! afiLs pro gratii w iil run ltji ill tn least 1970. Bui foldtH prosperity is already u po n the fit> New jobs created since fi of 4 + mam lair hit a f > hi wx>h for a LHxspdomil rise

I

Mirve.

and they

came dozens os new

the drlcgiiiiims sftw the

ti:i

ob-

office

manufuLturinz plants and wuruhuu=«r=> They saw a mere km c&s* mart buildings offering

.mui

twn mil bon

sciiutre Feet

ol

exhibit

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thtfi- |MjliiTiir>!

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ba k

TO^stoiy

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w u|; d irei w ns rom a rn fTsc ->ffi ce r in d 1 cam fW5eral»i Hiihi was t d 'TJop^i;on bui We il &nd U Vou itsT vihtTv the pUu'e i

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utEBjjlex suricty

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once

i

in

Nation, oiler the

it

Peachtree Center

fit

-story AllontB

liirsrvit il|£ll

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of the cin

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the second

Jiaaile

bididinp buildings, sindu

tv

busy

In*

Hb lir^t

Chicacn He fullnweit thai with thifehiv et-, a hutel, and a bus fvftimut!

e ci

viligs

gradoiisness of Atlantans, an endearing aenijtfiiess of speech unil manner ( burit^i jHT-i-tM as a i Hiann icrisim urns, unruffled by i J

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I

nt

vision

Talking in hi- office oil the 2 lit floorof Ihe Peachtree Center Building Purl man was full of irisectious cmlnj^asm fnr the promote rif

or

i-utS

in

Swm

1

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wic:

Merc hirndue Mori, upvnvd

than hull a miJHuri (map, |Mj!c-'52t Aihinta'" physic td yrograpbi , in far t. Is unique: niiifE“

im.ii:

nnrror^

Denver ami I'hoenii

1

kim

in

nnchuerl rlfivtn hv impnlienet:.

turns tip

t

Cunter

Iteachtrvt

Euiekviitionol t.n*i feet. third In altitude niter 1

hi c h

ting rhal rarrirs llw |in>mi>e n(

it

JV-ichlrev

p

on the Piedmont Plateau

sits

r

Peachtree Center, ii dteitfer ^vi build* destined to ht-r utnc a city within a city.

irtgv

hr weather borders on the

i

reel ions—

im

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urban hvinu hhnwease qJ to keep downinwp btutlteg anti

ihf^ effort

many

the irftys

in'

E

new concept

a

rkbmtaxti

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The new, oiPer-

excellent rest mi rants

ideal

hugah™

pitctii

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The

c-jtnfc4 Into

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mlnr

the

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college

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ml work i|Ufcll th' tlaiuilLL auk-.t?. Jot won d pages Z74 -.5 ^Vilh no mfJtutUiips nr large bodies of water m t imfinv it, Ehe city is

now maintain opera\lkhti With them C me an inJus nJ trained >uuin: metn arobUHnwd to

industrial eorpCTJtftettS 1.

chsy. In

HitOdspiPe suburb,

ihv ViiHub'- S(H) highest

mI ora

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grand

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person will lx

a

This

live anrl

libte to live,

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eumi^etcdt a work, shop play. 4

H%nit House csplod^

in [i.uirrn_*

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festooned WLlb rows

up and

nt tights, ssn-ak

nhimn- t>f thr OL1I1 prefed ing pazt Water ffaws musically within Ihr lubes o| sm umihL^J 7 Mm faufftaJih, A masdn'i'u

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sive

cot k tall

villed

from rue retting by 3. single cable. citt a fan uge dowl^ revnh es on 'lopping the rnol \l nr chi its HtsigliLs dome glows a Jifl blue. 4 tiling a rlnoralive icMpof marzipan to the city's skyline Thr Peachtree ( enter building are tonlurierl by pedestrian passageways above street level The Merthandte* Mftrt rtnd <WM id ibr iifFn t towers art joined hy a parv 2. storte above Peach Lire Street 'pare E»Sj now have learned (0 j'hnuuik VlLuil.iii. aic^pl a bridge over heir beloved stirci, -US|>enftef[

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center

.

\danrn wus'A ^itieiII

(nirrcLt, director nf ilic

llisloriciil

land to

-

hktto reinemt^r a Pent hrei- Street lin^d with hfiitibotnp hnmcip street fnt kritmT sttplls and tlic tipping uf I

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for ihe ririt 1

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f—

he pen

I

dark and

\u'ti

c:r j

hr hotel

store for

L3L

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architect's

son about iu erurr Ernie

I

window

office

tonne

thr

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tti

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tli

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liisiiitr v

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a yourig the land on

XtJanla

150 yeatr ilkd

Lin

L*

Creek indiun.^ 5 years after the Creeks trill'd Mil iht* ^tatr of Cicorgia, plan:, were lit'langed to

stJLtnL* L

milraiifl to conned Ilkpushed E" ct>iabEbh aearby Chau^hoocbei River with ihc Tcnll

1

1

1 i

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A A r ni> E n-. u leei ci

Maitt

;n

lermmus

of

shine stlirk a

south ern

ordained that

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Xe a H art

* |

ground in lawk the the bnt, and in doing so the

of red

bi£

fn n

day

lo br the birilk-

" 1

pl

1

nm cimnlrd M )u-

1

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\tijulla_

"Tin destiny

Atlanta was pegged from

nf

while thirsty kkh- Llarnbered ahoojd the rear platforms uf icc wugons In

the start U> be a ^asportation and rtktribuLson cenler, and hut's what it still is. Fnink-

search

hn

ln-lu-lu-Ui. "

Vtlu

agEutv.

town 252

of refresh inp: chips.

nlu in

infancy w

;c-.

smriethiEjg else

marc clostly reemblcd a Irnnficr the Old West than a m^nn light -and-

'll

of

its

'

1

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lines,

md

t

conlimivd "Ely

Id thr

lunsqiie but

Thn>tiyh

diy

li

ws^

iSfH'i

lour railroad

a noisy place,

pk-

"

ncirsy

the

i

ire

um^tiuiL-L^

of

Its

birth.


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t

JJii f&iSfc

Tiv^nffctii-Cruinry hrnLihfuhnira* mill Jir filiiyc:r- Imm L-tor^ii StfMt CnMeftf enttrtaan a lunch-hnicr rrnwd with fu-llc-rnrlu ikmj], *tn pop nuis-u.' liitfitaji th? I otxl FciUtraJ *§

IIUMfr

I

lir:y

f.crl..ym at

E

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if it-"

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acre

VMy

waJ lu of

practical dreamer, IViiti-UAJi retain* 1

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writer

V

Klllkii

he Ehrew

Miurtrm

ifcf

finally

;i

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innr

ii.

-

column

htlurr -t.utjrns

thvceti

tiiitrtittjif*

Kto Si

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rnivitniiv EftHUtnl*

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Waller MHfii&iUill In violin -oil

grct Mi bhilojsy I

A I Lima

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fuTiia b«-i

- the

He fecmtd

Ins

miurttr* dc-

veoi Fi*unfbdi for frcie^nicii

grmf note And

1

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VcinntA University Ccnt-ef i|«u(e

2 S4

lotilfe pro"

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1

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pan ownership

liberal, ftiilph

syrohfjilrit

ihi- m-n-rtii frtrrc

ftl

>t

of hit

thmiiKhMUt

*We AthcUtut

We have

:i

l

he

riel Lb

Way ycl

h.j

ni

4

1

rlu-

new spaper behind

resets impruviniz nr b« * rt*

i.>r sib

'

IffrJprfd

ptlh]hi|li!.r iif Lila

w ay in itsajurhio "lull

will

iffetalT tv.

Mtfrre^lul <[iH ukihIiwj efforts in the forty

Si *w he

,

fldhereni r IQ h La ifJeiV

t'JnMjre

iw

j jje>.

ami mu.^Um L

ihiiiictr^

within

within

ur-,

f

and

i

nb

b*vif corn*

1

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-

ipjxjt -i

i^rii;

every mdiu'" hr ^a)\

|pi


Atlanta was fisfft caUrei. ala.-. N TmnuiuV r " mid laler 'MuitlmsYitle" (after the daughter o i .1 Gi-amta- igovcitior] As Atlanta (a wan!

an aitetnpi Lo convey the Atlantic), the town entered ihe - .irlt ol ibe in rowdy Ruud

coined in IK45, feminine of

War

Civil

1

1

1

The

in

W4£ uitnuit u.[K)n A ihiLl time .4J00 homes stood in Atlanta Only 40Q ot ihi-m would survive (Tie crown m^r drum a in Jhe dty'i history "Ifel drama health

populiitmij

i

l

began

in July

W

!

wil h the approach of i we ji

.S64.

Stampin' * army,

tiliaJD Ti-izum^L'h

''^hi'rniJttsspearheadi-d hi^

dnu

\m Athuvin

11

from Ch. iltaunrjg;i .Mr Garrett said "He csimr down the Western and Allan h Kaiirond Iiivk and later used the railroad as lu" suppEy lim- from the North V- Sherman's men drew closer, Confedvr-iff Gen. John E„ Hood ordered his- forc^ In ntHnyr the Pedcrii]* at Peachtree Creeks ju*t north of whtti tr- now downtown Atlanta (map, trtgt 152). Hood** jjasnaltk’s tolled 2^500 "A iter ihc vie ton " Mr Lkureit rtmnmjcd, “Sherman attempted to around tu the hum of the rity to briiak the f imndii ftiiilrnad Thin a

I

restilted in the Battle of Atlanta.”

he

I

With iTi iirt

u

Ed

I

liLitlt

M

in lilt

new

wilU

ir|Xiin

,i

mi,

.

,

in^tnHiUor

rvn- flouring

crew hi^h Qn rtieTrU'i C anipaMy of GfcpfgJ* btu3clu\£ S> JilSrHiting bji5ihf imir-i| mtii ui A-tl-inln each wiir rriMks nmir hi. J(#,Q0O job-- -

:

ninn shell

1

1

The f ami ill*

un the

fell

»

tty, killing

had begun Artillery fire rem-horf ii- worst Intensity on wli.tt Wallace P. Reed, a Ifdh^enl ury Jnslori;in, ternn'l 'that red day In Auiiust, wbctl ^ll the Mumders of the universe seemed to tie blrmruj and " ronnn^ over AtJanla child

,i

AllmiliL,

rir-

-si*^c

11

oiifedtruii* s

f

W ith three

Also Fed

and the fourth

cut

<rf ii* rai: lira**

Flumes

die*

enemy hands. Atlanta siErn-rn linaj on. Scpcm rtr » T he city was al ready th ret- q u arte r -

in

jR

*

i

-

i

r &u

i

destroyefi partly

S

(.

- Pl

Ti-m

*

*i

11 1

1

u^PjP

y

usually ^Howri

j

jM

WJtf5'

i

oi

;n

t

by the

ions

blew up

fieri

pictures dcpicimp

in

came about when

the battle

/

a result

"on fedtTate.>. For I'XLunjiJe, the hlazjny holo-

L‘4U?it

f

jr jf

/

.

S3

frcicht cars of

and amrniiniiimi The Onirm Aniij der to destroy

retritiiliTi}i ,hi1-

h Living

upfodve*

exenitad nn or-

bimdinji:- of fJos.-ihEc u>e to

till

the enemy, nroitbed out of the ciiy on the morning of No vein bet 15. h^adM for the - a -

\ tl ant a

h

i

cm h

Tn

Else

Zftltic

tradition of

Cdt brikp

N,mEi vil Ir yn.rd

his enifine in a

Born

.ti

a f_lJ

it*

UukiiilLc and

mi inn-,

\iiiinf.n

Iwcmnt the South'* Civil War transport liub. Ji.nl was why t m im ricn. William T S-hetman levied 3

like

city

Ttidfiy

in

St

.v,eoh ibrlvei a? a rai!

I'etiiL-r

as

n U-ohcs

i

himdrtd and Jour years Paul Avenue

uid witr^^sed a

I1D c?ld Atliiritii, r.iHro wl cntiihetj:

ie

l

yeitr olcJ forn-jcr

stood

I

southeast Allanta,

in

-tftitc

later,

hit]

pfm

nr

iron>

V

plantation jiuiii^kon, onv

few structures Lo escape the torch of ShermiuiN anny. had mySE eriousl v cituuhL fire That -iet me io wondmngt wSiy chi^ vacant, vfnpthn&tllcd house had survived the ^ of

(.Tic

.

.

1

battle.

-

i

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,

One ^tary

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ii

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General Nhurmiuii

I


*

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4IIK:iUFT IK

'I

takes- to the air

bloating

i

for

fit. Ofhi

'I'Hfc

WliRLD, thr

test »* jiret}

&S C ataxy

by four jet

riiftiYunr

potinth of thrmt Huil f htj the Lockheed.

Georgia Company at *uhnrhmt Marietta, thr sky-fifling, 24 fi feet vargo jiifitiwith a 223*f>>ot ivistgsjnin —

ii

tiutfi i

and

nearly ent er

nrrij

1

it't*

<i

football fiefiL It*

In Upofiteftti

tWn

ttnrlil.

ritr-r

unit lisnJirU'd true fa

{railing their crruns ride in mi upstair# passenger

compartment that 364-trjn

behemoth

>•'«/»

75 I'urnt weight irhrrls enable thr .

to take offfrpftt un

uupined

with a WO,QD<)-ptiund ytiybrnd, thr ewoft tumviitjt. i’fttttn otrr/

rnom hold

ca it far delivery to the

CM

.-Yrr

surface,

/fif G..3I30

Foiyir

iri

uitfua

June

production of a tantmt irinl-freighter version by /97i.


L

h

ubitrad pattern

FrmL-cl in tm

fit

mndrm {lanti?, Oiudk

practices ihe wide-

raBjpnR Tuperuiirt iflf the ,‘VtLfeditn Bal frl. Forty yrnr- as*n c hDito^raplief -tenc bar company, Arriencj'i- Oldert ncir li ,il Icr Nim the tnttrnhlioit.ii!> Alexander founded ffi'nsnktd itriiup pn rf-r rim icftrhr^ muA tu^rs year round J

i

i-

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i

.

.

.

l-

,

though appuftiHtJy not a Mason lurnstlf, ordered that it he spitted when his soldiers symbols there. found Mason Of nil the pictures painted and words written about Atlanta's Civil War past, osly two of the efforts i^ri- Invented with s«rtniniil> everlasting popularity Qme i* ^he fammit yr]unUvtA» a prisnsiniE ^ ]imh 4Lki feet wH u* S,0OO pounds In circumference liable Flu' monumental work is boused in hod din r m Grunt Park root fAsf Grant. bul i

i

nuttmimn trace- the battle from "Dixie ur "The start to finish, while music Bailie Hymn »f the Republic/ depending on which side has the upper hand at the mnintrit way hies through the room I came

The

rtn'ardfcd

11

»

mm

1

mm

I

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it

1

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llj ki

i

m£ realization

91

1.1I

^ with

stark.

.1

die tragedy ol

nUmhthe ( livll War

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h

r

.

.

r

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l;

J

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l

i

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1

nl

I

Ji

the Btttlf

siuml

fit

Atlanta with such ihmf-ditiwn-

ini pact

into the action

the

25 g

rifles

and

that

the viewer

Mmnd

a muffled

fafif?

drawn

ftTn ts lend a cm- k En

moan

Kvcn

j

tiitanti Lemuel Completed to irtiS 8j by a croup ni German ^urtisljs. the Cyihinnun tifctts the story of {

On

L

.1

earlv railroad lyctKiti

On

Britt Seller Sells

m iht- wounded

dofter

to

heart

the

of

Imng-time

book MafgiicfVS MitcbtU wrote ii. Holly watt fi lined it, .1? cminirift? published it. and million- of Tr,tdn bought A i:n now. more than 1 G years after ii first

Atlantans

ls

"she

"

I

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I

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It th ihf Hlirii holds a secure appeared, Ui plain iJi the public eye 1

11

During lunch ital

City Club,

nl t

v riitrahle

Cap-

asked Stephen.- Mitchell,


n

1

Clwrg*r Trumpet Aitajiia Elriivjr* rally \n

The Fnlcans

brother

ibe

oi

I

Lrt«

(if

week ur

5-Qlrip >• inidirijvLiin

new

arena fiwt le&m and the %m n?\ tlir

fOflthoJl

np^

rarisuttied

^till

lib Ernie

“Jiirt till

lish

April

r-r

Utility*

bidding by rijthE.- Eci pub-

(tail spirited,

nmup*

lor

of the bools," ho

old

nri

-.lid

"Our

ifi

mnly

a

wrete

ihnilirajU

i

iv silked

taught

ell

zsquarr.

re-

release of

Tutt

us the

Atlanta StniJium

Ixi

at n co*l of

Cll tcf> al*£p mjktf the liwliimi

har eMiniple.I

t buttle r

I

>

Muy

i;

author, ifbtiHkiess involv-

ing the tfrmk's literary

much

lend* u bu^bnll crowd In no&jDiL die H_m Fran fee & Gkiit* itmpi

acros-

n ticket*

thdr

fefitna

M iniaict Mitch-

ami

^ui

Usnuifth a

Ganr It itft tkc Wind at ihesmnt. when? ii had premiered then had a I

Itdjurth dinner al a restaurant called

pal i Porch

In the mi vc L Fitly pat.

fe

the lotl

Vugeslovinn publisher recently pul but a. H mi l»il; situ edition for MurL^jirin. rti iiizw*

tery .iimr of heroine Scarlett

living in that ctiyiriry

purchased it local new.'EKiKr which mentioned that a -fs'f n-'.viir-fiSri \ lam an nailed Khrll

Finally

i

tiim of 5i.il!

*lie IjodIc

b

liein^:

enough work lo lak#

m

musical drum-iuza-

\

Sn there moat of my lime

written

tip

-

|

rn;

n.'r.li

on

my way buck

to the

hold,

E

I

"

bonk fiK lit (liny .til tni'niim ions, «ceec1 \S\OOOfXO CQptefc. The Filmed which had a memorable premiere in Atlanta on December Tf\ 193-9+ is always playing vv hen? in the world But only in Atlanta can the rttipiu of the bonk be encountered at almost t-vbrv turn, h;.Uv-

H

OUafu.

Hulier SpivEa hurt tally reniivefeH

of

—what

cite?

Him

itiL^

H'itrku fever.

i

Druggist CDliiodf

1

i

:

i

1

u Sori-driii k

Empire

.

t

Si

Pvm herein

John

S.

iflrictl

O'Haifa, but In- impact on Atlanta

s-n'i ,r?

well

known

n-. t*.

on leas gtcat In the (^mbertriTi, mdxugpst. miw.l -ume water. smpf, n^plMl+


g

hi iim Ulajita ‘Snj jrsr hr tctilrwlr

quirtc

.

minni rb

tilt fiTbt

mjI- 1 7

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u

li

r

sztfllun- dpf

in a ih rce - leggr

in

1

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i

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the

-ynj.|j,

pt ii In his

1

lipjpin

r

fen

1

1

llnu

today murr thuo ilnilv in J.IK JuUiil-

260

Uniform iJSH-tc, CJpkci hurthili tar t..'urrniii!, unrierxod ifili bv irthjitdiifk Florence JV«st.

produce

svn*p

a

mm

ui

Ei

rl

JS

i

j

<

t

r f

i

'hi,

lift

mixed

hat k yard. B \ Asa t t a n h t\

Vnii flow itnd

>

I

liari

and he 1

li

mil

million fcrvinvte of the

beverage are c^n^um^l S’

I

H Iul Huh, Femherl

r-i

another At u n u r=i e i«-t, acquired fuh ownership n| •,v

:>Ih >t

Uina-Co la.

called Era

.

ulic ln|>

hm

few alter things

-

fife

.

UiirS- in r thr

-

iti-lsti-

uxri

am!

ir

^ndd'* morf fnn.iii- *i>fl drink. Ill L^O an the lurrtiuhi. ffa'itf J# plaits around the woelti firodiife thr^mn't muretlii-uT. i-X, whir h c-amt- *Hil> -min lie* AHiiHifl Imad-

- ii-Citlll

1

in tu}i

md

BtSttl©

I

Ii.li

-

Mcxk asm.

l-Vmherion meived StfO to revenues toe hi* iPtUcra* In IWJ lit^i Avar’s prmluitlon nf ihr tutikfjsim'b annual sates- first reached i.lic 1

1

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L

I

ih

^

i

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dollar levd

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rn bu-ia--t- nini r In AU-unLa rhsil the riiv drums the title of "i,n1p.ml b'j.’LLEntt ra|jiia| of Lhe i^urid H NamnL s5lJliniA

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my

in vs heard abnur m -er rel Injpedieni in the fd^pub for makini: w Crca-Cohi 4 it trke? 1 asked anoffiria] of he ounpany, All

life

-ri'ms

ii

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replied

lie

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well-known ingredient* Usually no? more than (Wn peopir i i

m

Js

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till

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(h-i'i-

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ktauwn as the T-X

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allowed ki + frankly, Fm glut, becjm.se I like to think that behind host* doufs. there lifts a (tea li Li fill Indy ill to while, banting nu antatinns In \\ ftvinji .i wmifl ibid ritiw ii great fountain of ~-X t>4 mi Ihn Pembfcfli'aA aid thrri'degpd poL Allantans repird Coke with JUk affection Mui Approaches pp^inrs A local jcqo osire lumped four elephants named Coca, Cola, [Jrlirious iuul fttfrahias Vteitow in the city are always urged in tour the suburban area where the i/m. Ccria millions in'- hutli their impo>inS£mitjisIobs erf an archtteciui c h umits

Roqm.

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to Civicr

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liberal

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universiti^, .iml uther it^iiiuinins in Atlanta I’.i|uaJiy

active

unpr.irtauft

mle

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company

he

plays un

buslne^-^vetitmcnL toret the problem! ni t.lie di>

in the joint

camp^iiin tu

‘Utider ihu National Alii a nee nf Businiv--

mefi

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projirum to provide jobs for in re u n em play Ah es. ac a a

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the lirms recruiTin^ help off gjhvtfii stmtt*Even si n eh uf these people drop:, uflf tin6

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$awl

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nut and bring

hm k

tihti

Paul Austin, the young

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forceful president of Cocti*-'C(jki. "Fie

is

assigned ip n vcittrafi worker wTm hints alter c lihim After n while he finds that he, bio ed

bW l

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and tuhiry

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though no liHi^r

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a .vociety ftaiim k nlcrl

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nol entirely

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i

a

ta .sparkle,

these problems Althe cily

r^ciidly

bears some scar- imn\ Ehe

pstst,

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h^thall

ittnrnju r l

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sir

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with

1

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thriMnfTif to

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decay w eighs heavy up tlieair -places with niHifc such as ^CibbaEasLoWii" anti "Litchlnrnjtj." Urban rrn^ wnl a JMwJel Cities

ol

md

program

pe

Atlanta

h preparer

inprinrfifnr

in

uni;

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fot

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mVc rttriiil irood sirniL^

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mnviug hmu

iiiiupiitlliie-

akUon of its low,

workjjie (o erase

schi.Nib in

.inrt

much ,i5j;n

of this

Hims-

lo

The

pem.dtil dcstigw1961 set an example of

dhrnii> For other cities

brrnre that,

men

^uch

W

fol-

Ralph

:t*

Mcl oil and Bill Hnrtsheld were steering she dtj toward thr hu-vjiabU' lircstk ^ith rigid '^Around 1940 we on the Cinuut^irttti brtolri educate the ptuptep*' kiwi to try !t ir a.- we s. lI in 3u? book-clogged nrticc page _ r \ H k'nr exam pJe, We c:\ kr| hen ei.i

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m\ Clw police force It'SfiH hern :i skrW pfOCcW Now nearing hi* foniedi yea* a* n new*[Hi^rmiin in Atlanta K-il Mclrtlf can 'iikc niuih trtftfU for the un furwarrj lunk m >1

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anytime i^cexifwMt Iti the

South he lave* It'l

hh

El'IIhu

Atl.mlJii- forget thut jzradUitEi!

MmrtiosirH College, bin to

I

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r

for fViii l

1

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— rev ltd Jr.,

ms m

iiie

tile

hrriiiuki uriM

i

by winning the Nobel

A Iain t

memory who died

thp

hand opposed hu ;li

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.j

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honor l*r

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Kimz,

v

tJom, Ralph Mctrfll

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h avc ex-

pressed ovtrr u powina mi titanaiming vmine Ncjirods. Nearly every one spote in rimrcrjiiii^ the problem 'Unlisted I

contact the Reverend William Holmes Border? pastor oi liir Wheal Street Baptist C 'Imnrh fur Wort than 30 year? i

li

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t

,

In hi* wiihiiiiL-

did Out

that nn

Atlantan in this century impact nci the Nation

coiic

an

efforts to

,

s

it -

of ifi

— m hidtng w Wit :

J

n

the

lib |i;fflj-r,oimjip. deep found )r Border? in u fndnv-hntnv iwifibborhuact where house n iliit.-r* plum flowers in coffee cans and railingthem nut nn pun l

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bat atid

come

%%

shnuldn

t

spring of

I

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ing

to

1

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uuH even

in unrierstaori

the

young

I

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IHI

hilt

pick up nur

me. M So

\hmt

it

press-

ppiipk.

rural poverty brm-eh.

4

and

-iriko's

pkiEe." ho told

1

1.

hr bard

di'n'iJind: - of

Bom

Wt

b; for r

Martin Luther

three

hjci

Dr

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Hii^r trijyiL'rrll h

through

ttriUed

clflclnoriei plSlifc^Sy

-

u HiestiS Ifwnkev rriiLi* Ui

pliH

under

dap

[nij.il

iiriccd

|ih

iiln^is*.

tnral H.I5

Sllfljiujsei tkaaiS-

nimpnmon

nsity

*—-• area th^j iffctli <mmI l^'he-vior. Thr jnnjei -ut \ ciilrr. cl Emory UnivtTiiii snviMitEtiitat which part* kt ^ifiiii! Primnfif Ri-M-nr nl rhr brain control difTerens emotion* umi how » ^imihiicil cmixml react* in its feftem

tk* fpetive i

^tunuIntjupTi in ihe htiun I-

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purtidpari'd vcihmU£Iy in thu r&mpaijEn* to Hh (U-M'grtffaLe Atlanta'* public fadlittve

I'hyV

citiWf the

;

si

1

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opprihi'ndcm AVhal wt noed tu

[Un>

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if it

It

coliepzif

rofds

n

it

ha*

j

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other

Northern one*

1- to

stemlrf be compulsory,

beautiful spirit

rminjir

Vnd

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South*™

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liri|i|j>

'ii i

ont respert. Nr Monitor-

lcni.%1

with

thi!

t

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not

white pail Or tried to talk my l^judlitg 50 prano buli^ ininliijEs the choir of his church he hi

A

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Tb

-jmhnu ‘

rribb-ETLilii'n’

2W

i

r i

mu

integration

SeiulII

That

-

rievurlppmuflt

ijro^am

College Form K i-^

Member

imtiLiiiii*ii5 of

Ulltbfflit'

the

>

Icum

enter inriutlr

Urk CtdlegT. ImerdirUhuitn rnivrreily* nonmiiUmnnl Thtinkigii'al Chinler. Mtrrcln iu-c i|!ejie, Morris BroWn CoIIcrc, arid .Spcliman 1

1

College

bruit of wcinl chttnr--

t>n

Tin* tetter, the Nation** largest complex nj schnob dev^ttiri primarily to \enrfi education, wih -wn he ^irecigthened Uy ;i 50 mil-

and

al&q. un tryint' to unite r-

ULirita I'rm'irrsil>

includfni: tin:

ter

knnw Aiknow that i

1

1

lisiri-ilnLhir

Miiml the prohltiDft of Nepr"eIn

I

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full ciUiciLiion.

I

Atlanta depiiri- nun the soda! mold of tht insider ilri vvulh in oihtir ways u> \w\]. t for example, the city’-' 1 colleges and imlvcr•-iii&c,

.inirl,

trillion drill are

far Jihisul ol

is

mLs

.l

tmis»rta_

\*m hnpcffiii though,. fctaauise

l.iiii si

-

sure every child cots

inrludi nfl

even

problem,1 with

1

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preceding

Visited the

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mwn A damn, and campus^

— -poke

pjsjni^ ,yi-l

2 f+i

acre pmter near driwn

^rolled itspkasant, shody

sinfieni>

both

Sirs'Ll

mi wilh cnihiisiasm

ami whbi .ilsout ihl-


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unumiLLl ejs[Hd ritiiti !ii hi a»o|»eiallve«dkcaiicjA.

We

have thp advaitiuutt n| a hit^tpe unlvcr^ii} one sintoF ivi told me "AlJ hr^v iRjnin for esc uni pi ,unj a wide range ^1 inirHo Vet we ££i the lonlIvi-rJ llJ '

L

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ft nrl

the

1

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thaT

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you'd find at a -MtiuJt college V fuiiK With *pirrtcdj^rk!- Itas hroinrht farreaching fame tn »np Atlanta institutum mf

Icmnine Though rrttoumftd by [is forma] nxLLiir imrimi Institute M Tcfhhnluuy the (iiTiTifiji Tech whence come Hamblin Wrecks dr uRtr< k-" as tlu spril ii

most sjuMik." -jjd Robert B Wallace, Jr*, direrlor of Sninrmaiieip and fmblh iLiiorts. At hr time ! tR b onding l.cnrgia T« h drew more financial f-upport from thv city of Atlanta thivri from iht state. The relation Hop n imams cktse, having survived a period uf >train many years a go when ft kusmcssniLui -aid hi^ wa> disrj Tech located in AllanUi behe city nculed |m of blacksmith* at

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fu\ bile, re-^.irdiL-rv eurti-

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tolfier!

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from

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h^'m-il

tin*

engineering mil icieiUifn ~/j5 Q

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With prlurninin. here the sEuk rule Icnsies

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m*r- un Ihe ^.Id-actc oimpus.

workintT with £un 1

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scepter,

inii-

AKUifiinfi;

Dr.

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professor

m

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the huiJrf-

saw >demi>L-

electron microscope

mslriimcnT ihal

"f cii-

tii sir

tIms.

a.

>t-an hrr-

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chilf

niMicjnsun-e

mbit* *trr jirtfdes of faith Thr wwk Sum is much greater Ism-

ftrilliinir M

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for

l

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fir sr

timt

.hrre-i lirurn-n

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and dinunn^flfnes. Gefdes.

iu

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r.hemicsl emtiru'eritEtf. Idkl

on-

be

mic roicopc can magnify uj^ rn sntat^ f|i framed the fn^trumenl on >U7


ordinary

nit'

of piiptr^ and the picture

stieri

on the scrum wks *o detailed that

pmjeiiictl

mid ser the sep^tt Uttucgm hty, for example papcTmakinjc profit <-

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used

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liiijonire

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strurntni,'

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feline lurevri

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medical restore hT

un'-is of

UlnkU

rmlali Sphenjid A"

nl

the

lie

Kill

Earop^

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Of Tdih light in the heart of their uih means (Host af nl] a hrJit

nr.in&p the pfewStiCt

l.i

Inved, violent *pu^fldo i

Kidd

iranl

oil

fall

^nin, Atlanta

Is

Saturday:- ^t nut

hir-

h:ii

i

name h for Httgft Inman Ururkt, HfLilthy Ulaman Eve with ihe fiisiv

givlng. [hr

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tif

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in-

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like

ii.-aiis

T

a devoliuti t« udlcge foot icnrpn Tech in parur uLlt

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four head coaches in

nf only

first

p rofe > aonaJ

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Tech's history wa> the

k gtndjuy

Jab n Heis-

HckmnnTinjph^ i- mimed a book im GctiCpji Tech, Bub Wat] are

FTiati,

In

J

or u'hum

In-

1

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of Ht-ismaii,

tfrftai

would

hr

up

the opunimz practice

and a-fc the squad, U hoi l> n Hrfotr anyone could >i'ii ni- mu Ur, tidEsniaii bad m wemi lii- mwii Ills

hnlci

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tli.it

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finer v .

a

Anting Atlanta's leaders in the ^eieficeh iEmpty I'nlvci^ty. fn he beaut Shi] Druid H ill * 1

section of the city \\ itb stmic SJO.i

k

h

>qo in

;.i

Woodruff Mediteas iltvnl ved in nearly i H

gratify the uittacf^y's vast

Center Ul-I v ear research project in health and related lidd,-. They ranged (Vutn investi^aiine simp hnlilfg cal

cif

1

1

cal* to the

m rains i

i

i-i?

uf ternperutilre coiiliot

nr destroy inu

catn'emus tumors

ine division of the university

the Yerfces

kruioiKit iViEnatg Kesearch CYntet'+tbt

and best Ililuwsl amom/ entihe

psycholnaical study keys Merc

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:h:sl\j|

h uicwaf-

:

K&i ion's major .iri.il

apes and mon-

tilt s^rcat

Bryan U Rotijnson trader imp lamed sn the hfiur^

write bed

I.h.

fret-form kii jHtjn b$ Ht'KmiwnMrS, jymbn.|nrcL^ XlinuEJi'i

"llenflissajice. Herbert

(lie

ri|r|i- -i

for medical* biological,

ce titers

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Ushf

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Center Building, Icfl iJw invirty i”P of rXiiiEhiixe enter Suoih and (

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and fought He male rniutkiy submissive.

hills

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reuse

wt cjlii inadaptive charity of

decrease the

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whereby animal thereby Eii am k\im? Can wr itymsat he ability ot unimaL .mil him si. in aviTcome threat*- with which ht- cannot iioimulb ope? These are increase the raut

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Emory

rkir

NiilJi.m.n

Center, a division

after

Lire

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rnmfllr\

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she

ot

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h-*-

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Service that functions at limes fit* a disease detective -mimcy payr 6 7 ) he renter conI

!

wish Mirveilkusi e. [imuviiuh,, and control. And with -thtfctlr? like the fad that the United Slates recorded its last of inx in -n;.il hat, from 1957 cerns

iticlt

om

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currcrE

2 [J case? ot buljeni f

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the

(ft

kvuntry m

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out across

thti-

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wit

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!|anter :ue Eiul

nil

enter fan tu track down the

mmtri

i

the

When rvc^mme

of epideroina.

?tiurt:e?

oc

i-i ;isriu'

n la saJ ad at

sets

j

a r h tire h p

1

.

m A ikud.v trained mtim

her of EIS, the Epidemic Intel gent* r Service, wid uncover the infurrn.iiion thm tu-•>! 1

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hnd

lain in the

As

lioitir

3

1

\Llanlii

ii'frks.

r

hot sun for

i-

hours.

many collet mid

-n

cll>

;e

steeped

Tbr Mel mpolitan Opera finsl to Atlanta in 103

ami

Ui

it>

iinivrr'

tliefme arts

in

seol

romrany

«l

appciDramii each

vear 3ujdi lights rmt only the 1

!

A

city

mttsicnJ

but tbebiistlmu -^ciid M'jison as welL in October 106S, the city dedicated th* At

jik'tular

lama Memorial An- Catttr, a

Si

httKkQH

mi Id mu ercdecl in memory oJ IJJ A Li nia an patrons killed in IWsi when thL-ir L'hnrtcred |j1luh- crashed in Forrt The eiilcmoarltd

I

i

Mmhou't

ma

Hiimikc-r uf

Ghih ,

Uhl South

\

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L the Bal ik SiiE&m Atlanta debutante

Junr chanti ball lefl

die

in Pir-ilmonl

jjicI

ThrainA-

d Urine HsitCf

ihc Ihedmonl

nt

(iiliilanfj.

lhi

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frum Ehr cm 4km #BW L

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Stna Maddini r

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iji

for

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[i-rimirai^ite. Ein-r

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stm phony

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pi I ul

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Home

e

for krtist*

and

Pflitur^

Under the big roof of the center no tree ^trcei

tntCfi^M

i

v Inn

il

,

i

tie

n|Sei-.tmii

Ar

of

l

Hitfjh

P™U

of

Museum

Old

the \tljmi;i

of

M listers];

Symphnhy

Rich-

II

1

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Su we raised $6 5O0 0O0T t

hi fill

I,

1

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n lurch last

a3»*jinflt«t Five weeks

ernnomk accommodat ion3

r sing r>^m anl^n( dfnaun»ttoltan

Kmc l^rii

bellied desc^rc^ato trtiblit

thrpr Vicars later he

Won

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friirlter

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\i3uiilli

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the Nobel Peii£t falsie

^rcoifltTlK D widtu’i

v

grief*

Mi

Kim

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lid:

liU:-

baud'* work Stir wait? tn jddn?.^ a E'fu .T People * (7ainpiiig.il h Kin}? had planned the ratiorial hr-nefit ai the Cjvic Center eampilKn to help the dityidviinlaRFri, both tsluek and white* tty " oe affluence mr ill kjl i|r hr i-tanil of isil making I

5

syiwrivtrti>u>

cultural activities,” Rich rccflllHl.

tJte

Who

ruirrvi:

h

mure

oh frecdoml" Singing Aiifimanh

rigid* IrurlcT.

ii

uiLa s

Vil

Poor Ih'tiple's Campaign. Their Hen b ofkir she RcvrttiHl M-nlrn Ludier K'ttin Jr, \tJanbt-bBrji civil

-i:

making the center a reality

|

liliLFl- -TL i>

-'i

i

seats,

ti

,

in iiL^pcrrl

:

i: B

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i

erowth in recent >ears [piiR® Under his teink^hip. ihe Atlanta ArtM Ihi nr die rentef$ found in p bm|y. spear h tided drives tn finance the faculty. H tt Atlanta tnisiln-- leader^ gal together one day, ami ,-nnnronc .said the city needs

under Robed Hb&w's diffitttflfi; urn! the Ad an to Muith -ipal Theater, ln which includr- ballot, ufierd, repertory thm-

freedoms,

nsl-rumenLi] tn

with 248*

0r<hr-5lr.T

*0h

Sail with

was Rich an.!

something for evfrrvrme

in the arts:

Art (inciudinH a \llfinhi

k

ht're

Tin. lviiu 1

i

sweat so theater tor b&lkfc* plnyy pusri opera and the intimate Simian Theater With only * [XJ seal5u

4s~fi*0C^ even-mth

bronze tasting «l Rbfiin^ Slmdet to the center (pajres

iULii ihitdrviT-’ ihr.iit

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Dick Rich Rlc 3i> d t

ol;i

t-

prurt

and

Is

chairman of

mr nl

Goftt

-lurv.

II'jjJi

JEin

msiisution

Openrrl In

d on

building

board nf which* II ke Coca-

jf'tttd,

\Hf>7

m

k n

aft

Adjmtu

dry-goods

lumber Rji li'imw the lar^iM department *lorr Miulh of NlW York iri'l lm>i os’ 1 Nr Mississippi Rivi:r Ahnmui sales exceed Si Tt^OCXXOTO. in

i

os

Pnr

tin:

tintii

made

grandfather started the hu-mess, Dick Rich tohl me .lh wr walked EhrrMiKh the

on Broad Street "We operate nh the iherjrv that QS pi n ltuui nur* ctatfimer- an honest and thirl it Im’l fair m iNm ummodt INl

hup?

r

i'‘f

I

t l-

1

mtiepcd for World War LI.

ntber store? an-

iMrrmsr

Rirh's

At

ijiavL'

ire taw

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rvluiifl-

nylon

r

exr

hr-

pair- nf

il

though it. didn't aim the brand A mu tier e-m. h.mat in vuk nt paiir of women's >hc its purchased .

ii

ki years earlier

itefp

US percent in order to identify the s t^rtent

at

inn pika

withtape; even purchase* i

hanpt

:

“My

Juu Hjn-iinJ For oxamplci ref urns are gu.i v\

out CjUdstion or

n

L

Rich's-, the tSimr^

-lie

ly

y'tsii

woman

in thr rtorr

dttirap

I

motif rd ;u> elder-

^n one nf thr

-iFifa-

on

rln‘

mr^jumiH Fluor returned several iluy? later and liVt her .l^diijm ihe samesof.i [rartsed 1

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that she

almost ever) day

ml

—been dalnff

Then mr hours, sewing and KreetLm> all her friends. She even brine- her liln k if .i-ki n ti D nrh R c liV o h m r-« wniihin K faryears

3

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>iftd ^its

<

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her to leave

Kith

Hit k

are rmw directing nheir

er?

mpid-t^uait system

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bdl n

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J r il i

eft carts to builrlinn

Voters la^t 441-mfle* three -

\liiuita

In

proved

a

rejE'cted

Irdd

liOstnc.S'i ittiil civil

nlhef

Lirtri

jsjirt

em and

p ni| m tt tents

.

nimly/nm ihe iwoiu for the setback, convinced hsLt u property revised pt&fl will win e ^ Inis as lii up pm val are busy

1

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i,

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n Ilnur

!i

mile>

Si'vrriil

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line-

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FpnchlTrte MrerT

rjiltr

I

underground, hiiltidmjj a

id

ninu^rfly

:a»

through (he heart nf dotoiitnwti Atlanta under Featc hirer snivel Ml To

Ma>

>

nipid

i

mure

powewl

Elect neatly

Si re^ t.

VSlvn

*r

nn i-9

r

traffif

iri

emphaabed im

iTti-ue >

among

i-

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me.

to

aromimotliiiie any

I

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torn* l r*; pre-sways lirhii

rqlikisUUctjitK

\iltinte

street

1

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adds

ir anvil scsEtim tir

cnDHpb

there's not

mrth bi han^ iht The QTll) -ulnltnn I-

MI.ih^l

pilllrrns? in

iMllerriv" he

vtH'ui

i^rf- screen

i

would

ctws

rrd|

an hour

rtiile>

11

steL-fch

w

n entires-

System \ iticitarist approachime fn im any di started rectum rim drive through The city on n surfer highway. Downtown, a few blocks From where

% ll>> brfb re

the

J ttt

the jnilitrn riiWK

of

iirvitl

And

i ili.I'i

J

l

y

Capilifl forge*-

St.au*

the ghifv ol

.

tin.-

sun. >iy tees

Highway System ccm verge

Interstate

ilu-

Of the

Imm

Car V

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‘iftcJifK

v tstate

in

-i

S shiTpsduuik knut of ramp? ipauesms Lin ri the city, cnn-irm ti> m nr a eirnimJ

ferentral hi|thw+i>

i

ncan rnmpktteti

came - ji AllurUaA airport* like its tfiJW’fii fuh-capjLci "-td Fourth Imsiist in the Nutbn >

I

m

passruicer Ajiariti'mcnb. the -lirpuri has alttaoc n if rni mil bun ready t m tcro vv n i ts $2 1

mu

I

years a go With plans EerniEtml and ext landed mis way- now

completed only ns i w

ffir

i

i^aa^li t

board ftitcFiiion is turning In neet fur u ei unil airpnft siEii h> "'hSn Mb

likely

Mli 1

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Murch of 1068

In

the biiiaest airfiLajte an ihu

woriti cnit rciid Tfnrti n

plan' at

Eietn-^i

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f

hi -

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lluthtty

us.

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to itarth after

rcc|ue§t to

were

er-

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mrpdas

rv-nii- "t rhe tesi-

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lajtjkheed-

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months ' OP

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live- hi

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was denied

Uiitclu-d

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slieiit

U rn

M

brcaiL-ii 'Aurk-

over the rmit* iheckm^ V 3Hvkhceclolrii

i.il

invited

esarniur the mock-tip tn-Ecnd ^ciiiriiftoiriH^inrflromrthKk^^ 5) n j.hr. 1/1

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mornmumtiil CulpliiFe IS ro flr s mist of

-

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inking: sduiiic al

A Hun in

C<flifwteaf>

Jl^ydvmLiJrffprMin DivfawuiOtfi Robed ! Ler Hrk atari .it titti. Thfrnui* J.. (Stone wait JadtHOH* hub ovci- Ihtir hearts as if in iin;tl tribute U* th.Hr fallen Hu e The h^iires fill a I^Nkj* kf it bt? that look* ; tumi m (hr sfc Ii pI Sidtir WtHtU J

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Ijiu-r rhi?

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tThkt i.irvpr

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Lrinf |v\ Utttdt whJi'.h

Fimlkncr; cenkr abcs bli'U'b the

han

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inrjii-

and Mnvt* IE iwa] Walfir ciMiiinj? the birrls ffarkenj- the shoulder t?f Lee* hone, rmufillrr hr never ,\ni n?;ihe chance- un tJiL- i-Pji Ema ,|y by titUinp- fl^rpct in h tbit rock A* a result 6t .i fL'erni jJier^Uci. P&1E& 7 I-Jfihi hand now holtt hi? hnl b> the brim I

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el,

tr?

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mounts

the m,EU

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in pul

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it

UrryliuLand. buses

the

Lockheed man

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of |i

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for the

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^lurk^--ipj!o the air.

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with

wirijc-

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ordered 5S plane*. with ah Option to bir. 17 more I 0$tuwJ about ihe n 1 n u m be r on lore d Th e 7 h til dr ir m 1-s out (ins

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than

rppledi

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feeling o t

sui'ti

tstms

qldi^ivr

work

lb tnhteh with Jimiitrl

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hoi dunneif from a ity mmitiona] offerings to one brimmiriL!: urilh till and >porL& itttrnjfliiifl*The eilyV fn ruined tor ^[m-kenr rnrinu, eolf (Hohi>> JnEiiS b an Allantiin), utitl irnnb

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dim a

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the art*: OrchraliJijC

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irunEt'ltd Lifterthi1 cdfinmifttnl

who

died

Sri

a t'ibl nil trash, in

I

tic

UfilciOfr F^arte

MemuruaJ Art* mrrd Stale#* Frei>rh Amtiiusadrir tq the

lilt?

ojfetofvtg

oTlhtr Atlanta

I

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IMteTttBir toof

1

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3

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kjii*ch Oil- Hse;1i

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Mu -rum of


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and

kat{tid baseball

mm

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profe^doacil

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stadium

^ nihii-ijLj-c-

({taco

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a muiniififiMit before recervltijf writiiu

cJinipletmi i'ir^_

an

as&tirxmce that 4 miijor-]tniEiiL- bEueli.it

WfJidd

move

in

Uupr.nU

fmm MilwLLoker, and w rbtr rin n t nuv k si Pi

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fhe rity greeted i

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rm nn

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and ijjjcracbmprmlcs

If? Tm?ije

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thvm

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Mountain

rfeciilcifjeil

a

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from

remain^ enshrined

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with state and private To the

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in

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monument

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mind thiis the mount uin is lopsided and mih, that it rnies S? 5 feet above list .surrounding Um-trmds like a defunct whale Milling on calm wHiei, thill it's toird and cokh and bald as a

sDKVth and basketball Like Sidm-v m Lmicr, rM Tnipuies from thin La by car* :iithr biMtinp

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jirtd

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under iif

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she climbed AS‘*ioz level of the mouinbdn and pepped f s out cm n hnrroVa iatu&1k near General :i -h.i<n mrearru. Roy Faulkner, the chief 1

1

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ji

l

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E is

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down

stonecutter, laid

the tbcrmw-jol torch

with which he carv‘d ermine and told me ‘iivenl hirt# I do on she ^irfr df TttilUfl\a\u is ni!LlhemntjenL l w-o r k with measure t J c

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and

lo the

min

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trnil

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at a

that be

reception;

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ie

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t

h.]F

occasion

his prfiphecy *ibout

ml ted to h siiffi the dcptiU mmijpne in Ulc crowd shouted^ Bint; the liri lulls] he town w ill be aone in 40 minutesr But, 'fr.inRdy., the Alkinlgins seemed to bright future

IkS

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n<i Inttred:

burn their dty and

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only wruxdtr for

tl

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Yields

Cargo

a Strange 11

PETER THROC KMORTON

v

KIM HART SCHEKSCHKL, Ntitforud Geographic

Photagntphs

ami

D

JOSEPH

J.

uring the early tnrs4!>.

cm*

Christian

wooden merchant

fry

Slips curried

S

the trade of Impuriul Rome to (he HtrLbd&t reaches of the Mcdit^iTEincfin. Gak and Ati idtint took the!* ioll t i±jid the doomed ctmii

on tub marred reek and send bmz pad on the bottom* of flirt hnrapes lIulI njJii nut protect them fn'itu the siroccos and other vicious winds that scourge the "Sra in like Middle of the Land/' Pottery and marble* nnih of cupper and v bronze, roof- and other rnt'Lul objects Sett

i

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heir *fce]etcms

i

I

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Eittlrd

t.

tfcu-

these wrecks, Rare

mark

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it,

te,

iite.i n|

however,

;i

mmy

of

to find in-

Uel tlw wood of these vessels bull* 0\ er she centuries, She (fiUft oak, rim, Lebanon «dur. ,irid i‘y

press that formed plunks and timber?,

have rotted awsij. been devoured by wnrm*.

Hie

firel

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1

Uriiirt tpanitme. HLj^i

.

L-ritiiry

H

l

Staff

or Mi tfci ed dcc&J ill the embrace of sea plants. ESnt in P>LT_ diving b? a Roman wreck I had found nithetiTih of lnriirirmri southern f^ly, it

t^VlIs

nn

©nod

L-itlraordin-iry

fortuiki

-

till

n

l

of Palestine

Whttt w:Ln she re tbouE this wreck La*vi had allowed such llu archeological treasure to be reserved i%--cr so letemI a spun uf lime? The explanation h tht air^o chiefly marble coffins. bcores of tons of preniE sarcophagi anrl 1

i

1

their

panels &H had been l

blocks and

arrbi textural

lids,

figjr ,

.u lu

$£&&& 1

1

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much

an the ?h p ncnrl v

1

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1o rlic surface of ihe

MWlh ns they

8 cc nt u rirb

Gulf uf Taranto

Tlnwi^ttna Alter tab#tR Sflb wreck ftmi its hi-. jtw *|«n< two ouninm saJujHnni: them. TMveva gleaned inNinna^htin e>or fcotrfut rut Eton mi a Riiiiiiifi ithih tiiinlniilEi wrh j^rpalrr wtxiJ fljry r

*

WU Ol wtrtd

Carbon d fltffly fcndkatfli the dim Was and jatchciL trkirc ih.in Lwt» -Panli wheti -i'IeI

thus

Knew

in

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It)

Ull-

fitittuikl |«±tr

^iWNI-W 2 S2

'

from the butinm. piece** «>f sMpL planking, w n plnc look: o u ytllo w mine h of it f )ittad H was felled. Wooden nails ,Lji Lhe day u and tctlbus still i<nncd timbers nit from trues ihai grew before Christ walked thrstony htUs

dn^knrd Roman ship murn>

with jcrclunlnpjv -diver Ftlt the -i li rmil liner

-and

Facts

If

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the wreck .

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under

there.

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nl

up over the wnofl from

w^D'Urr

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buiEt

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Italy

Eir

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lies

sealing

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ill

burden had

In- iiL.ii'U’d

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ini'

yimbfri car^- nT hnlJ-

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finr-bed grumt^saPCQphsaLn. allowed us to

w r*rk

thtU

in

tip

the Ihird century

^

n,

flnt-tr

We

de-

bound for duced that lie vi^-id had IliU At Riveimii iinzllcntugiiits 1mvc fuum! I

i-

(denth

atom: coffins

.si

A

paper 1 had published tm the Methraiif wreck niudit the eye of Prufe**ar Jwhn WardRostie School Firkin*. director of the tin- Roman marblu tnnle pjid an expert

m

m

WaM-Pvrkinx had read hspofte

Professor

pf

-Linken shiploads of marble off France and Orfen c mud especially in the dull of TipraiUo

by the National Museum loTarisntii before Wnrld War IL.iuid explored a wreck full of marble isturcoptniiiL but hey stcjpiKid salvage when they found pm red that the coffins wens nctf Italian dive**, sent out

i

3

piH^t

Wreck

fen

fviituunt^cd by mir

11

Site

Regim

reek find + Profi^sar

VV4rd-JVrkins>Li^L:eHcil tu Mr- FcOtfSieh Rain-

ofTVnruyl varna Muirum. ihm x h riil ipn of the tjuli nr Tarn nt u .-tmuld prove productive My own i|'tt l.jIi y. ns n research associate ten heating lit ilic University Mtiicuiti, and idenlLFytuj: amient shipwrecks I was lucky enough lo lind I lie fissn timing wrecks ey- director of ihe University 1

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,

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Cape

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.

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1

rielninnyzi

and Vassi

Afin rhui

Ur.

have rltsrrthcd m huii r^OGHAPHlc artScJi^* Bur I aflU yearned Eo discover a ship of the Roman era, With enough l

[Li-v

ifci ii~£l-

and

I

i

u'ond

1

1

reserved to provide the

rale recun.itriiei tu

me

spnnii

site

diawifl^

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ni

haw for accu^

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>4

Professor R-iimv ^ciu

to Tar.-uiio to n^rurh fur t\w -dfonrlcmed

wreck There I was joint'd b> redheaded John M. Bullitt, a ptufe-^ur of EngIbh at Harvard. As a souiEneriimu diver Jufen had worked with me on the MethnnE wreck An old Volkswagen bus, comprrs*nr. .itid Aicuu-Lutil- cumptiwd our equfjMmenL hi dim or oi die Taramb' mtiSieum, Prufissar Attilki Stazio. reminded us that the iarcoph>i£ti%

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Tluvickr

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tinders

ortKinu!

had

died,

all

:0id

UP one

he iMVck's IncatloiL Some fish\ it ivns neaf A pltice caikd ermen tower [itTir LleirUvp -lociiBv rand mod as

rememberer! *

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used Hi u radar posi

World War II. the tower wji? ahandotied lo mis and passing vandals duriuti

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1

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once

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thr tower

for u

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plan in raise sart i-iptaa^i imlttEBibl^fabcka in im Tr-h mjI ill- h> El I’lifrc thkbmkr-n 1i5Wfr l.ntr-r dif luirpc wilh Ilc he 1

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nv^riiMji

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18

am! undersbrrt-- were tying up tbrir bip rowing hunts n> wr amc Jiuihurt f nodded approvingly when betiart pounding the mtfipu^fes i<n the sln< k to nmkc Uttrrrd

i'F

ttfiiisht

dn/i?n tinshiiven fishermen

trf>useri

Map

i

Ery to spear our lunch.

nr [opus, Lbem

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lor

rerij

'wo coffins left for future uchcnluizistiL l

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leader, camc

ami offered us d^tteto ^Whtre ymi from?" Sh* tufetil In our broken Italian we told him thill wo were American? 01 ad Tvc got u lot of cousin" m America " ranee 5 co to meet ymj, My nsime's 1

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Me was

thr entnboss "l the play i?1 itlAhisi't tuna net* which eventually Irftii the frightened fjtftt tu n trap 4+ Thr r.uiwerai dclffl iwciJtCp" said Francesco w jib a erucsomc ch.uclde “mom of death' tin?

i

Be

and

hfs

men

invited u> to share their

lunch of black bread Ffitoee^ca owned a linkcn, Loiv wiAjit cheese, and red wine. We

about the wreck :uid mentioned lh:d we were looking tor a place to si a* -] don't know anyth me :iimut your sarcoplumb bat Hi ask amitiC CTancesco said* i with :k ^onspiruliir M wuik HPor vour other t,kfi

|

h

prnbkm f v* p£oi the soltfiitato/' He nrMhcd into the pocket

of his preasy

and produced a bunch <ii Wack irm One w$s iiy hip as my filmd He waved

jucki-t

keys:

tow Lin t he towei Vou can stay there I

all

summer if yOU

tike

seemed, itbo uffit i;il uuardiuTi of ihu tower Ilouk for your wrftck^yuu look f oa?' th* net auchon I keep losinti Okay "Okay," wt replied in uni.Siin, ini that wu>

Be u hk

h

1

the beginning of our th ree icn.mi" of Torre dellT tvn

summer-

Hope* Stllttd by Sight oF

Dunne isciirin.}?

Mu" tdllowiiip week-;

stones

strM^e

ol

wurkit,

VhifhEir

Johomtd

]

kep^

thsrnzs in ihc -c^-

\\t found ihc 'Uflkeri reraains ol

hnr

the

,ls

Koman

and several shipwreck?

har

btidly

broken up in shallow water, but no rare of the wreck full of marble blocks My wife Joan joined us arid, ju-st titibirc John thill itt hnd to leave fo; the UniledSt-iie-. Kmnce§co left a vnessaj^ to coni- See him 1

\

fratind

In.iihtiL

him

the dnek.

at

nf the day

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siljiPl'i.'iiiniE

chu

tursa catch feitu bi^ truck

slapped me tin the back i krtirw where it h- U"t's ^o"' Ten minutes Inter wt were ort the

He (I

Lni^ry

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fmitrmind pblUA

and other small shirt

CotrtpmW

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iju^bcs

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lift

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pList

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skip he ^n nph punr bmSl plank lie fret ni the sand thai protected them for Is cciiturw* tJcttWtti by the rtsh, the author * wiit Junn 7 k re hr* the wre. - age with lead pencil nn. fi pila_-r t.ljflt %rttr-isquirts «c TTiHiiiLe .leu limLrr -t-iuu^d brir with llv t*T?i jBfifFpftl cvety |{;iFf

bnm^

of' u

ci

iini.'ieiil

,

ill-

1

'.

r

— before mwirt* thins.

i*

coW

The ship's tough tlmwand keelson lie* beneath the marMr block at upprr right fnuutteni* of fromt and *ir4rti'e& >utvivh atop thr pEjurkiitig

ilS


Full*

‘li-fjrr^urir!

mbk<; niucJem

(!

i|

-aliiiv-fli

p;

p nr rafli pilttul -isip, fTisi'L uiul Rrpm-iji n*ed niMrtte-iuid-Ef<iutrL Jntnt-i to Fasten Lhe hulj pl^Tik> odne-on -odite, tuimtinK mi the wjilitr to swriT the H'lkkJ utid prcvmi fcaks PaLehc* inferior mnvi *nr| trace* of htti^ru -tine tron naili indjrrjEr repair!* «p the 1

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.

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mm

III

i

hi-

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wreck

..

tdi^i

ji/i

i|i.me jflfl

ijwtht

wlw

IlMjjetl In *4ii]

pravts she sank

her

w niljti

rt

tJjuti

Irw ...

b

rfH^re

ISO. Jgfl


r

NalkmaJ

jijG

t

tn

!ils

Jonn ami

1

Adi tn marker :nid my slept’ hiklrcn

Mark and

ier's niter* pencil,

FffJidly

we

nod

date

plfafttk

l

situ

hi-

I 3 l

I

j

i

it-/

lead

was

cri^

step

th*

and

ruji

half n

c

.Lined

i

dumi

tf

n

1

id o n

1

I

itolgherd*

di^pipoi tiled, but our sarenphafp

m w

W ard ‘PtTkii :i^,

e

He

:

c

1

1

nd u de

r

I

imiUlinguUhable from that of

r

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ir

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1

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1

1

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m

Mm n-jmliE.m Milium "

nl

Si'Pj in

Ihr Aulu-:

and

i!

Iti

tudk tike

I'iTi'

tl irlhlc

idild

:j

;

i>

Anrieffl .Krn.in Y.nm.

chunk nf ptnc

hard cheese

rrer mrK ktcld iht fiJiUjk:-

when

W the

York

R<mfee

O-tOfitlAfttlU:,

Vrmvnir^.'

a

m New

Yes

mid the IVrna Mbtlim in

<c>dik£ai

I

a Jurk^ittfii

be ship

famed Aphrodisiac in Asia Minor The cnlfms Witt blank? for n n e ;<tc y rvn nirr th .lyt of the I m| imaJ komiLn perioti elampJes of a hirh fh ilk-

cnamlled

Ljj:

l

ijLj.irriud in tile urea.

Worrit

Kl-v

if

thni the stone

air

Frustintion

1

igbted Jot

City

hunch and

hired a motor

tons of sand off

liJteti

iWEi-ttfr, raffle fl-

1

some j

aged Hint and seven + spent most of the >ununtT sur^eyinu: Ihfet ^reupEi^KU* wrick At S;m I'cctM \n inflated maer tube with a Maine Lobster hag suspended in it held mir

—taps:

February 106^

Nt i|

;

Sarp3i T

simple starves tohL*-

! t

k-ojzraphir,

Francesco disked when “You happy rmw I cot buck to the beach. Wilhutii idling fn an answer. hr itnm|M'd oil. pQ^fpg that he

bad

y

'

'

T

pSankirii:

hruidlrd

L

!

i

.

.

The

rr

Ten thnmuiid me limj rercients

taken

ur>dlrrtt a!.rr

help ancheofloRi^t-iixli.Hi Uiaim ike sunken *bipS hall cfesijKn

Wood

mcoitstrin

r

ch.L r untie bU|! .

revrak an ps|Hs:i ut nuclei! it ship riinffininynn pfevimbly only Hmtfl ui in old flews r impair*. Thu Roirum iiwohaataii^ JorcINirt-ed

runriur

W't

a

fttrwfljd mast,

^LiiiiriEiii ;ii(, r: bowsprit : «rad ihiil Tiiked fnr^Ftj over the bow ijJAJir

ut'

t

.1

Strintiti^

Uir kit'd o: ^ii inahi Mi-

l.'iiL'tli

CUI In

thr*

>ij

i lit

bflttom or the step

ship--,

Left hi lie

^lediUTrantiaa 4ujibui If line feel

elmwiind itefi !id> tin timber' running

HioctanpitiLhr socket In the

Lfijiit

and

w'c-ijsJis

.dmiii

Eii

i>

HJ.'O

iaio iht

mndis.

Thi- rare ndlc of seven and a hull pciuruiL

Tile ship! illu&lr.ltH on the lift Juaer, measured

about

m.. Juel

sitetn tfi

item w|ih a 2$-fp& beam.

i


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m

Ancient Shipwreck Soon the Gulf

jattuin hummed into the Taranto, pnrtine an end to our vVofb

ul

firs! fall

for that year For a

rhan

mih'z

-if:

than

week

il

blew;

^e-]dti cn

less

hour, with great gu*-s of

;in

tim

storm as strong it? this, a diimiPf Ronuuiiaillof ship would iw ver have been able tb bent mil of Uie ^uli' Such winds hi-] i-\p) air why we found *m shspwuixks in the The unlucky Vessels had hn'n ciiLii^hl on their way from thr easl after clean hu: i 'ape Santa Maria di rriort.'

izaJr.

Cn n

1 1

wm

wpy

,

Lclicii at

tiir;

Lhu boot, while headiii^

In t|

Medina, Sicih. and on

fur

iNiihirp

Earned

*

glass,

;i

Rome.

to

bi.ii

Returning to taranloiri %: si~i rfi my iain11 y, I hea rd fiafiernKit^ tales of a “sunken ca ty" Bat no one could psupnmi the dte, I

When

the brtrid

cam*, there was alnXHt no drama to it. A boatman. Mtdio La ibia told Us tin- sunken city cnn>isttd oi ,1 duster of culumiL' the bottom n quarter of a milt iifTshorc in the little bay essLof Tarfinally

tW

C

r

r.iti

tr SKiirrota. (

i

ht brokfen lower

had

In

1

atlit- r,

A lid in took

me

"

Hr- i^rand discovered the place-

the spot and

from hb boiiUtindioR myn-li. on a feature less, sandy bottom. I 'lUrfiuH. "Nothing herF^ l said to

I

'lived

I.

lifted slice nf Oriental kiki ter, or any* marble, glows with trans.

lucent deponcr l‘

a-." ri ,li,

h

be juthDr and the cxpeddlidfi'i

Wlfliam Phelps bail hail ionn a LIihA. nf ihr found in a shjtci phams The

ml LliIa

I

-

“iiwii?

highly

rljiwTrir

priffld

alabaster

rode

m

windows .md q.tteiwrujofi I'ut tnonuTTW'iith and liilihUtifiti. Thin -Mi nr white nuuI iJiy

to

he used jn

=

tile,

fragile

isiiin-il

in

i

s plate uhiii,

11

h.r

nxfftjk* fur

Were ihipmen?

Htmdiuadf 1

1

ii

bronze spiked ?fvi jJ m mcr mark- Imhj r h eii inches k m e 1

1

they IflnitmtHl planks to hull frames Ajrhcalucut FJndp find* Mi.h HJtne aft!

I

>car rev.

ell

lii

I

e

*

Jejijiite x

due.

in chr wTecksigf li

*vu-

nuiin

siii^

uHittm

water

;in.

I

hr-

digester

island nl

ah*t Iftl?

- L\n

bruo/c uiin found

Mps 'intc

mitL'iL'iJ

btHCcen A D

mil

1

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I

Mi

,

during [he

uMhr Rinnan Emperor Com mo

da-., srtiii In uroiile


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Adi® SoIsmiIiitj* TVIm o£ thr. tiiuinrs N > with Li i-pike recovered Srnm a -unkfn American tt^VaJ Vta-srS, [hi t ivil War i I’lcrLui -ri^meT wenl dovp in m_!J nfF Mi^whiiarii ^ rftvers of tinflfcb? fftmpskif€ Tilt mid lilted BusCctn Sea Roven flub rtlfirVtfJ mstny of her Shikng. nf :l lyp*l fir*l maj£e in the pluukiiix iHd marblt ni tin* Tune &tMi« by Paul Revert The -id mini Iit lpud m %arr3l;i uixck and hi pfdv4fiin# ft imimH&m for them in CjWteU& Sanf Aiitfeki iupEKisite).

luben of teamwork;

mnhnr

h?

_

jirc.-rnL

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1

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,

m-Lrklr The u-U I!m SiihP Anp‘lr> nf Tarantu nut IttitrfrlflJ H n 1 becomes ths hud ile^sruitinii nr Tin- litiipwreckfcl rurm, Here ln= naha^e

Tjist port ui oil l ycirdfi1 .1

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bpn wd|

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ttnluutled fbe

.'

wrrek-

d

jhpb \cdit in spei

1

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llIJ

l

hr TTLsrUle

talik> lc prev» nt shrill fcine Lind rriimljlbiit

rfhrs by resiLictn^ sen wafer

sfcahilire ihr

exhibit kOfi wiHi

jihinki.ni: fur

in

i

he fragile

wood

1

E^otlfP

o

fht* (

1

1

Lim-

hemiral

fiber

Mid ill rhug£vd two hundred feet to one side. Without enthusiasm, I jumped in ajptin. saw two sarE'lmmydi rln- uleiu- water

the south gait, after running free for hundreds of milc5. rose in iheir first break on the

above ifio sand MViim fanned u lit* m. hand. Ike ^rnd

mle luEhuit turned ii]J in ntidsummer adding a very expefitnetrd fturrtiher i.o our team, Wu rented u amvertixl life h^idtrl aboard the hip air lift pipes and liofti two gasoline -driven compressors, unrl whirled to dig away he -<tu rl We quickly proved MkSk» riyhL Marble bloc k-- lto wded the whole ftren W ithin a wetk we had Li ii cove red J5 of them. he climax oi hut summers search came Hiiy h daetdrd to give my wst'e Joan a ksson on lie air In'! ftV went down lo the wtferk wearing Aqua-t Jings and Hip per ^ and buna h rad iImwsi between the white sure uphtnri 40 futfl beneath the surt uct W Uli one uand Joan ^tradied the sheet -iron pipL- we were using L£i 'N-ncuum' He -i;a d mr with the ollnrr du- Sriril \u fan the sand .end

3

iIeil^i

i’|

dmvn

ri

1

-1

1

tilling

1

-

.tnrl

m

feather light* drifted a ID

j

J

C kind.

ft

i

Li kc

l.h

l*

sarcophagi nt ^rui FVtro, these were of whitim rh ,i n n vr n ^ix id r n it so [i

It!

hi

r 1

.

Hi-e

'

i

^Dtfm

1

was i

htific

i

an

I

xWting fttport slij.pt-

loomed

block uf eroded marble, prob-

rou fib -cut column A trawler's net had shagged m it Reside it Jay o more sarcoph-

ably

ft

i

agi, barely visible

"Thiy sand

plained

when

i*

l

above Hie

high

1 J 1

Mi riaeed

siind,

Mi din iiHtiJoyously and report-

U

i

nar/’

"

"Normally you r.in see dozens of tflockia. we isme: our position, 1 fob certain had found tin svrti k Thf ship bad sunk here nn the six-fathom lint!, w he re the greu! &r:u- o|

2 92

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f'n iu

I

Willi

Thirty feel awuy, a massive It

1

shrialtmt hhorc.

dm

I


UNDERSEA AJAPOWElt

lifts

a mar hi*

turcophagtut from the sandy bottom* The

author fits the plastic hnftoom

from

the hose, right.

i

rill

Then a

ftwil

tn/fft

air

of tticcru

guide the tnimiue stone coffin to a

nearby parking area, whence to the surface

it

wilt

be hoisted

by crone. Doughnut •.shaped

marker numbers another sarcophagus. "Tufh'

RPlHCM&flWI pt

i

_

N0

HAPT

(Jfci

u n.&±.

2 f>5


— ^ :

1

.

wpi 23 evears >cmbk"d

of

thtitt

vessels

ceniune? i^o

jailed ZV5

The

old but her hull re Hint

fcjiage 2 ST

seemed sound

nld bout

h :f malbrri na w r..-.- w frames and o-press picking ihltl

ml

1

:

i

r

I

E

:

by denning and pgmtrnp CupL Mamolii? kali— kumi^ her owner, Imd tears tti hti ryes when ffe sliouk hrmrb "She w a good boat. raised my ronli

mi

I

il

lift'd

it*

I

9

I

children with htu

yours

Iocj.

mUi

,

was

Arfhsint-fi

h<i

1

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1

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li

I

1967

we

,

Rah

U\

a-

,l--

sailed Archangel lo Pi-

and the

raeus

nii:

In the ijttitfg or

soriatu director

be

rest of r.he erizw

alembic

lo

ulfve

crr had just

nflii

his lour as a i.ai

Wt

iL

Low, our

Sanford ti

arche

r

me, .igreed

pn

An

01115.

fnend William Phelps, had ii -pi?' Led hi- hunt wiih-

legist v.

she will toil

r

.

tx-

-airvcd

rtservr lu iiM-m

±1

on a anker off Vicl Xitm Terry Vosc from Boston signed nn tq -ilk £tf t-r A n /run ^ ‘s m mi li v engine and msr four can lain kermis erjmprHsor^ Snm > eotudii, Kim l

li

t

r

[

p

Hurt, earne along as tograjriitr,

A

ami

di ver.

Greek

retired

captain,

friend of Arr Hanger* former rr,

iif-al|*wjjrk.

a Ji nphy Uei ihr luirifon. ihtf brdum and abandoned Wolihtower os' Tom>.c^rr-jtii overlooks (lie bay il guarded Jigriirtft raiding Bari an pintle^ nf t hr I ^

1b, ruu.

tjliicl

il

si

lie

r

1

.

4"

Captain

Mumbai id Joan nmili-

Aim pie t n u. in (hr. Mcditcrrane nn world where ii i* coDSidtrtd bad form lor w u uteri ta.si rub out bilges with lye k w>a^ Joan's pnoudesl day when the itreek ^kipper tmslcd her with (he friends, run a

matted edgrasi toward ihe suction Lube Fightmg he powerful kick of the air lilt Joan bad dug down between the -tone coffins Wedged beside her, I reached under a block "i marble and felt what firmed like just anal her i

dimp in

of hini-padtffd cwlgrps*.

my bund* and

rotten pine,

Fhe

\\Tti

saw that it with a wooden nail L had yielded up it-

Human wch;h1 To excavate

1

came away was a bit of

J(

s

w itli r

(be

ami fogetber tiiei leaned 20 '.cur-, paint from deck and sc lip pets. In the- middle June l'ow wc sailed Ar&h-

oi

ungtl

IrniTS

fir-

picre

rived*

iv c

if

fc

recce to la rant

i

.

When we

n:

fouLid tu our LLitunlshmunl ibal m-

1

Wttdk property, we needed more money, a bigger crew ami most of .ill boat large- enough to stay mi.nurd over eJu * site whtji the south wind blew Two years passed and then ifi the harbor this

.

u

,i

Poro> In Greece. We found Ariluingrl, liir type uf bout CSretk sailors call She

296

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scraper,

a tenon-

!

oi

)

hr ivtirkcd .dimp

lilnwlorcb wbilt

:uid

t*!

Maim

Hi* name was

bad grtiWB tired, be il u- of yttiag around ibc hmme with the women all da

U-iLcra in

?! L'H i'

i

own

joined u* as tiosur ;md mao-

VY licit rind till inilori fought (he ita, tspedition rnirmbiTE, ctM

o-

fj-h

ofmtrdivih^ titachiwiry wasJm w or king order and Eeady to no, Jliuji, who had been iseni ahead In M iy lo prepare for our Arrival, modestly -exp] amrd “I Ciulrl ibe men ray husband ,

Pur thr Littiiiirr SciiLn-fc

if

|

MK±it an

1

nii'lmlE-d

liLriiJ-

fT^m

\hr

and Old Dominion FoUhd&tbtt^ Ubd UhUni

l-uti

im

OmraHUn;

ihr

I'nii^rtily ruf .i-vriLil bmlivirtunl 1

hir

Ponn*>ivanj^

-i^ria

g

iIlU

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ftfcarjjxfc tflld

ffotn


1

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nj

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me

d beat

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jci!

fu^nn pir on

'J

iOTfi

iLiiii

i

j

i

e vr rVthf nu *

f

w.lh

!

1

rujudv *

i 'i

over the wreck and

I

wiiJi rht air

u

lift.

A.-

t

great

hi-

bottom sank deeper, we krp\ finding more ,in d more samiphagi The sand alio Intfd Umusjmdi of L’ratr merits ills

1

of tiit half-inch -thick

marble

shcetinjz

which

had formed part of ihe ship s rargo. One sarcophagus* Furtunairty. stored intai seven of these fhiidlr marble paitifk 0> mid-July vu' hud moved perhaps a ilmu* ml runs of id. Now map air-lift dif^Eurs beware to umruver or of wood pm mu under the - in- nphngi mpr excitement £n find planking, Hu: psere* of pa nr were fastened

The

the ^hipw tipdiL^

skill ut

our vcwrl n e u rJ y

:

,

UOU years

sense of wiunLrr. t idiEa

1

who had

Iwiill

iK’ftir? srirTcd nil r

modern

vtssi-U, fim>

had no calkin# between [ht heavy planks hud Ik't'R fastened edgg^to-cdKc with nit iri ist'v and tenon r. umf were ?o web mulchcfl tlirat

tbr -welling of the

wand

water

rn

iviis

!

l

-

enough

to taakr the ship ti'j.ierti^lu.

hr W£>od of ihe hull shrunk and twMei! when it dried Chid scraps me planking left in I

Irn-h uir

tamtd

t*j

dusty punk almo-r

ilT

uice

1

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E

I

Macjihrv cumte, »:ki]i irify on a stitikcii eaUbi trus

,,

rsbKjji-s

flcsb-^ul#r

Kuhto

.IrviT fftc '‘

l

=;airc

S-tirro

Sarcnjifiu

& ftnm t

iltrrh-tntf

together with jmM Jenniei, consi rue lion like tKm nf Ihe third-century PC '-hip C-ipi.iin

fmrn ihe

Cousteau had excavated at ('] r.nn:

ceaturkn Eurnirr- have u\kci\ rn.iny iniir'iL ii- LipSsj^a ir,T us* .is wiilerma ln"Ji:lh

i mLili.iiie.*

hat a task for our draftsmen- Juan

\\

j

.in bi olo^i>t-af-tisl iiie

i

iirav^tJ3|f5

f

I'pAgi-

H

and

ma Worn mude mo?-:t of iWh artist Toe Crmnov

n^ihris i

<jr^

i

cf eiuT* EimeEftone

ip|TE»ivpr

bodks

interred In rhfim Tbn>ugli

lif

L

: !*

>-1-

li

*

n+m

Bf I

n %

I

1

assisted with mtayureiraefit.^

which by

qjni-

mer’s end totaled 0,000. A$ earh piece uncovered, they had to draw- in every nail 1

hole, every a mortise sin rt

Ititi)

was and km n rue very murk

OB the Wood while underwater ipn-ji' :shi. Hie toy U\ snii watched in lusci rater] hurra r as a whole <cttfun of ImJs plunking began to ripple slowly tip and down Suon twu l'm** and four arms appeared U-t om- erjgo of Lhe -k-chnn An octopus wn* muking his home beneath our flirns 3 ruin Eat mum plm i'- the planking looked ufftyttsl frishly cu( The newly uncovered pint shone breatiitakirtgfly bright yellow blit darkened til Ihe sea after very few days. The names were in a much poorer ^tarr of pre’serviiLicm. blackened by mr and fur mure FragJIt, We found |j! t Co of h u U wi th ciiuruc erisd ^ previously known only from ancient bvcttalf* <

t

i

One

cherished

iihitrcl

frirwnrd'-nikiiip

mtm

w

or

was

forem^i

*E erring sail

l

the step for the

held the nrfr-

blit

Ipnge

r

20f,l)

Putter* (..-miftrms ]>alr ol Sinki-rn^

iMeiiinc in to

of the u reck. vvl began in find poL^herti^ by ihe hundreds hey helped us itote the ship M^l of the pots imvm to be Imperial Roman, from the end of [he sreemd cetuury a_u n-r n little Euler Lkj iimtely hot I?alluti in they probably laimr Li

i

edftfcpcst J ayer*

l

l

I

jnim \da Minor p][tte>,

Wl* Found pieces of

bowls, 4uidjuE5 that

fiijtf

hiivt nr need

nka.}

rhe captain'- ruhle, and! hit? of coiikttig pots bn kerved by the 4^lle\ fire i

i

*£er i

-M.

in

i

it j

hc

MH4. "Full

4n? jujiiiiji

\ 7 OCKyrJir-oia lirtek Sh

1 1

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Cup.L Jn£ f[un

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n

ui ij

in

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tie

s

wood, Through

water,"

eyiukint-. h 03 been replaced by

ttviil nur mn^fVJiiioh expert, lbi E'niver.ssliy *nf Smith-implou,

explained \j*VJlh

To

e^f

thir*

lijivr to

|iliii:

iirbovr itx

a? > I

.

e]i

i‘

l?

Ji

m

Li

tuld

os- F

Dull of sirntnrfin}! h

chemical rofapourtd ailkd 400n I hat w mild prevent hr wtwt '> inert

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day wv removed seiLiiftii Hi pJyjtking. iiJtd there iii the sand, n!m List perfectly preserved, lay a marcm’i cE Ml wood mullet (preceding pagt). Nothing else we found made us fed so close 1 1 those men wo hud finne to admire so much hr Atuitiiyrnotis

pat hi li g -puke rloLinr.nl

technicians whet built mortal Rpme Ti' cumplctc mir vyurk on the £aiioph4gu»

her

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set s:u! Jab? in she

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resulted in the partial ivcnnyi rue lion on paper

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h

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Sailing October 2 from

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Friends ask us why we don't say "We're No, 1" in the inn-keeping industry. That's easy. Because You're No. 1,

And you

start tiding

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Inns, Say, for

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HOLIDAY INNS OF AMERICA. INC. DEPT.

MG

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February 1969

National Geographic  

February 1969

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