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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, December 5, 1971 THE UTtHBRIDOl HERALD When will man walk YOU'LL SAVE HUNDREDS DURING DUNLOP FORD'S the surface ol II HOUSTON (AP) Many space experts believe it will still be two or three decades unconstrained said Fielder, an American could walk the surface of Mars orbit. The main ship would have three nuclear engines. On board, a crew of 12 1 man lands on Mars, despite successful unmanned surveys of the Red Planet. "It's so far forward in the future it tends to lose a bit of said Dr. Dennis E. Fielder, a member of the advanced planning team at the United States Manned Spacecraft Centre. Space experts have made a rough profile, based on current technology, of what a Mars mission would be like, but the schedule of such a voyage depends largely on the rate of funding for the space agency and the direction of the space program. Under a crash as 1982 to 1985. "It's a 'can-do' type of mission by then, but there would bo a lot of he said. A more conservative, but still rapid approach would put men on Mars in the late 1980s, but this would still "penalize the other programs in the space Fielder said. More likely, he said, man will go to Mars in a stairstep fashion, climbing upw a r d on the technology developed from less ambitious goals. AKIN TO BATTLESHIP Current thoughts on a mission to Mars call for a spaceship the size of a about 400 feet to be assembled in a self-regenerating ecological system. They would process waste water for reuse. Their air would be cleansed and breathed again and again. Food might be grown on with plants helping to upply oxygen for the crew. After a voyage of more than 200 days, the craft would orbi Mars, and a landing craft would descend to the surface, Fielder said. The landing crew would prepared to stay several weeks ir months. Using techniques from th< Apollo moon program, the land ing crew would launch itself of Mars, rejoin the mother fe iV.'j 1 rocket Children of another crossing of more than 200 days, the Mars voyagers would arrive back at an earth orbit. They then a shuttle down to prone to a trip would take about 2'a years, says TORONTO (CP) A 8.2 per cent; other on drug use among high school students in North Bay, Ont. by 6.5 per cent; tranquilliz ers by 7.0 per cent; veals that children from by 4.3 per cent; other off homes are more prone by 4.6 per cent: taking certain drugs. The survey, conducted solvents by 3.5 per cent and glue by 1.8 per Pianne Fejer'of the Ontario Addiction Research survey also found tha males tend to use more also found that students tobacco, LSD don't use alcohol or hallucinogens than (CP) tend to have better Females use more international air records than those who do. The survcv, conducted Students who had used between points in Canada and foreign nations May, was released marijuana in the in th e first half of All students in Grades months, the survey increase of 27 per cent 11 and 13 in North Bay's often had fathers same period last high schools were asked to take part. About 82 per cent, or professionals and manag ers than students who had passenger figures released by Statistics Canada students, persons carried by The survey took into example, the and foreign the use of 12 drugs about 27 per cent of airlines from alcohol, tobacco and users had professionals passengers on juana to barbiturates, glue for fathers charter flights in the other 22.5 per cent of months of 1971. This was Alcohol and tobacco were most commonly used with 70.9 per cent of the students and marijuana Use 1 were closely related, the surve found, stating that almost per cent increase from the same period last year. Foreign airlines taken alcohol within the previous six months and 47.7 users had taken alco hoi in the previous six passengers, a rise of 22 per cent from the same cent having taken survey added it 21 PER CENT USED marijuana isn't a scheduled Marijuana was used by alcohol and that for about 55 per per cent of the students; are also more often the traffic carried by by 10.5 per cent; carriers in the first half of 1971 while took only 35 of the traffic in the NORTH last war. But Statistics Canada that it has included Pacific Western Airlines and Nor-dair among the scheduled this year. They 12" SANYO PORTABLE as non-scheduled carriers last and White 1 19 "Instonl 12" RCA VICTOR PORTABLE and While I SANYO CLOCK Ont. (CP) Dr Carleton W. Stanley, 85, clock, alarm, Og QC and ileep switch of Dalhousie University from 1931 to 1945 and former principal and SANYO CASSETTE of McGill University died at his home here Stanley, a graduate of of Toronto, was LETHBRIDGE Providence, of Canadian parents. He lived in Uxbridge Ont., before moving to 13th St. N. Phone Toronto about eight m i JUST ARRIVED! COBY'S LADIES' ond CHILDREN'S WEAR have just re- ceived their new fashions for '72 including LONG EVENING GOWNS AND HOT PANTS LONG EVENING SKIRTS AND MATCHING BLOUSES CHILDREN'S LONG DRESSES AND HOT PANTS WAY-OUT STYLES FOR TEENAGERS Pcini tops nnd Slack Suits, in crushed velvet ALL CASH SALES 10% OFF This Week Only 15% OFF All Blouses LADIES' and CHILDREN'S WEAR 322 13th ST. N., LETHBRIDGE I il 1971 LTD BROUGHAM 4-DOOR HARDTOP 429, 2V, VS. auto., Irons., P.S., P.B., cruise control, radio and stereo, automatic temperature control, air conditioner power windows and power split-bucket seat medium blue metallic, with blue vinyl roof. Regular 1971 Retail SELLOUT SPECIAL 1971 GALAXIE 500 2-DOOR HARDTOP Medium blue metallic with white roof. 400, 2V, V8 engine. Au- tomatic transmission, P.S., P.B., radio. Our Body Shop manager's Res. 1971 Retail 1971 SELLOUT SPECIAL 53595 ONLY 29 LEFT-OVER 1971 FORDS BEING OFFERED AT INCREDIBLE SAYINGS! 1971 MUSTANG 2 DOOR HARDTOP 1971 MAVERICK Our General Manager's wife's personal car. Approximately miles. Equip- ped with V8, automatic, P.S., radio, Springtime Yellow with black vinyl roof. Reg. 1971 Retail 1971 SELLOUT SPECIAL 2 DOOR (This unit was a Dunlop Ford Rent-a- Car.) V8, automatic transmission, radio, w-w tires, wheel covers. Reg. 1971 Retail 1971 SELLOUT SPECIAL '2783 1971 LTD 2 DOOR HARDTOP Executive driven. Light blue with blue vinyl roof, V8, auto., P.S., P.B., air con- ditioning, radio. Reg. 1971 Retail C M M j- 1971 SELLOUT SPECIAL BRAND NEW 1971 TORINO 2 door hardtop, medium blue metallic, automatic trans., WAV. tires, wheel cov ers, H.D. battery, block heater and many other Ford Better Ideas. 1971 SELLOUT SPECIAL 53084 1971 PINTO 2 DOOR Light gold in color, 1600 cc engine, 4 speed floor shift, bucket seats, white wall tires. Radio, block heater. This unil has approximately miles on it and was our Welcome Ladies' car. Reg. 1971 Retail 1971 SELLOUT SPECIAL THERE WILL NEVER BE A BETTER TIME TO BUYS DUNLOP FORD is also having a GIGANTIC SELL-OUT of Used Cars Too! We Need '65 '66 '67 Trades! These Are Just g Few of the Many Great Buys Awaiting You at Dunlop Ford! 1965 Thunderbird Convertible V8, auto., P.S., P.B., radio, hide-away convertible roof. Has to be seen to be appreciated. Was NOW '1447 2 ONLY! 1969 Chev Bel Aire Sedans V8, auto., radio. Both completely recon- ditioned and carry 50-50 warranties. Your choice of either unit 1970 Chev Bel Aire 1 Door Hardtop V8, auto., P.S-, P.B., radio. Candy applt red exterior with black vinyl upholstery, low mileage and an extra clean unit. Was NOW 1969 Chevrolet CIO Series is., got Viz Ion, V-8, 4 speed trans., good rubber and in good clean condition 2 ONLY! 1968 G.M.C 960 Series 3 tons. 1 with V8, 5 speed trans., 2 speed axle. 1 with 327 engine, 5 speed trans., 2 speed axle. Both in excellent mechanical condition with under miles and have good rubber all around. CHOICE 1968 G.M.C. 7500 Series er a aroun. '3995 Tandem. 401 V6 engine, 5 speed main, 4 speed aux. 920 rubber in good con- dition, 120 inches cab to axle, power steering, vacuum over hy- draulic brakes. JUST IN 1970 Mercury Cyclone 2 Door Hardtop 428 Cobra Jel V8, auto., P.5., P.B., radio, console shift, buckets, sporty red exterior. Was NOW.............. rty red exterior. 1968 Ford Galaxie 500 4 Door Hardtop V8, auto., P. 5., P.B., radio, medium grocn 1970 Meteor Montealm 4 Door Hardtop with black vinyl roof, excellent rubber and extra clean. Just in! _ PRICE FREEZE SPECIAL 52495 VS. automatic, power steering, power brakes, radio and air conditioning. Extra clean. Power train warranty transferable. Was NOW........... my TrcinaieiuwiG, "3487 OPEN HOURS: a.m. to p.m. Weekdays THIS IS FORD COUNTRY MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE and 16th AVE. SOUTH WHAT DO YOU: DRIVE? PHONE 328-8861 ;