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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Thunday, January 4, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HEKAID 13 Scientists to work on project live years Space samples probe to cost million By JOHN NOBLE 'VILFORD Vw York Times Fcrvice The nar.tnai a--j and analyze tie collection of ?joce i.a? nap- iunar rocks 23d soil, net! ou! plans 13 ;pc-r.c up :o .15 happy as this makes lunar .NEW YORK V.r.en c i.ev. ii.e .--.ier.'-isis. there is however. tisis s'i Ho-j5'.on ir-ir Ei! T.iri3 u: undercurrent o: concern look a: ihe Apoili 17 moon -.ha we've "o 10 Lhe space agency- may noi rocks ard soil rercTi-.'.y i-. ivas .A r.ihony J. O.Iio. :f fo c'viiver as much as it" promises, the beginning of o p-.-st-apollo rcience and aoplira-Jor.s E'jdge-.ary cutbacks have al- hmar science proarar." TO ex- Manned Space-ciaii in the of '.rac-t t'-e kro'.vlois-' u? Hou-on. lursr ssmplca to proiKl scieD- ii ihe fbO pounds or AMU- 520-miKa-; ha; bc-r.-. ''O.OC'O c: provided in the curren: Ir. Lhe Dc-c. 22 isrje o.' The tap.; ihe to process the da'.a. caialorje Joi-aal Science. Dr. Paul VT. s nyji'n la.ndjrgs. ih-e photographs arid preserve chief o: plase'.ar." az-d Nixon communication lack with L.S. miblic criticized ea_r.h science at the spacecrsfi was quoted as sayir.g: ''There is a real concern that. wr_h the end of the Apollo flisins. liBar science wll lose it? patrons. And really, the sci- ence is ius: An oudine o" n-hat the scie> wxrjld iite in the post- ApC'Uo lusar science vfas in a report re- leased ju5t prior 10 the Apollo 17 mission, the repon pre- pa.-ed bv the L'jnar Science r.itute. independent body of funded by NASA ssd situated next 10 ihe Man- ned Spacecraft cenrre. Tne foiioTring n'ere major States rubiic after his lands lide ccr.gresjnien are seekir; :o e-.-p- l5 TO HELP REBITLD a Eesera! np-A- c." CLT SEMINOLE MEDICINE WAN Buffclo h 5 beer a '-e -c- e s: pain fcr h's in Flcridz fcr -0 ysc'E. is cr or fc med'c'r.e ir ire Hoe, c I in 6Cs 705 ;s c-'x'c-'S "c en kncv-'.Ec'ce ycur.gsr Death of 2 elderly women V causes concern in Britain ;he ar.d Cc-rrress hs or. 2 pitrer TO the :her: "The do i: a: -Jje "vTni: r; L-r-e thi: c-j; "Tne lunar sample curstor- a: is E'DSO- essential ID i'jnar science anaiysis of a on of ma rocks srjd S3il. perhaps 25 per cent, should De completed by The five science sta'Jons left on 'Jie rnwn End should be "oper- ated cmiinuously s? bng as C1 of ihsir opersrlon S'jch and mere acrjrste mnn-s of the should be r-rcctiCKi from the nho'.ozran-hs taken by ApcGo .spacscrsr. in :UDST ihe imnlicsn'ons c; the and samples are to "a: a sre the Apollo find- N.iSA shoiJd to rjppor: selective pro- rlc-ns of espioraticc. rtv- "a mapr prioriri'" an to bo TJ-T: h an crr-sstng rhe po-es. .Cl v: ha v purveyec t he reriras. A polar nrs- PREDICTS WAR'S END ables co a planet-s-ids sosle sh'j-jld be ciade to encourage pla.ining for iiinHT misslDns a muld-na'Jo-.E.! enterprise. FOLLOn" REPORT b sn Ln'-errle-sr ir. Eo-JPton Calio. the scdence di- rector a: the Massed Spacecraft Cfentrr, said thit the Junsr sci- eTjc-2 report be- ef ihe centre's planning. Calio erpressed the hope thai NASA Tculd be able to allo- cate OK een and for science he said iha: ''ouaht to be eno-nath science" 10 hold tygeiner mor. of the team of sci- rn ihe staff a-. Houston and many of the prindpal in- verJga'.ons. urJver- conirac: w NA.5A, as sotc as the :7 process- ed, rrohah-v bv s'-mnner. ihe lunar rec-eivtng ai "ill ne closed. Caiio SS.I million facility de- signed ES a seaied in the end. after the firs: :e-.v missions, a_- be linear baci-r-ria. But bic-c-c-DTj- 'Lamnnarion has proved be no nrobienti. since the rical activity. r.crec in nitrogen is pumpe-f into the car- io tne sanznjes proter. them any the Lre to be stored in near-vcc-j'jm vani't. the should that on the mron. Con- nreca-tion. storing ?-r-m-2 of it ai a different TV- deaihs a_-d a u-ird o: se- vere poverry a period or r e c o r have arvjse-d crzcem o.d the te'ore Neiii: cisoovered by uves Cr_-J-iji5 Eve in hfr Ijv errK-j: She rarcvxyirc. Tnere vas no food in cpamzer... also c-ie-d olor.e ir CK a ero'-vdec rr.'_zio.pi: Hfr Srcy crowd Queen LONTCN A xvir.z and rhannhg crowd rreerev: :ho Queen and ctner CJW.s cay men: 3; ut-c- .-r.t C-arcen Opera House they arrived for the launchlnc of Fan- for Europe. Britain's tr.o the nron Market gocx: widmv. t. by 3 KCS ivho called I? si-e ter Trs She eaLJr.c '.he o: DTON'T CHECK ;o an gUT weev; prefabricated Ln filthy frc- r.eichbor? -i: is reif-.tor. rr-t :ho ?e- gan. 'This corcsares vr.h t-.vo or even ihe tons cropped dur--; The The LX'jT ar.i firs', ibe of Second World War. Ir. the case of Mrs. McCoy, such Tren caoe tie E.-f-rce-e--. her apporv-.'Jy fought LTIT she -.vas s' v.rji c'..-er The Ncrrh LO-CL'-. r-f Nixon had ordered Lhe meTr.bers of The and did Carr.cer: alre-ry has a to above the r.o; check each reir'-rbjr" :r v.hich the ar.d lira: his "We reoLrred had pays 2 s-_r.i to Kissjiger. ar.d Har.oi's Le Cu: been on her o--vr. so Icirr.." said 2.v' re- Tno resume "serials'' her niece. Xorma [T aid r.-e.f.-.rp rojiart- peaee negodaTfL-'cs Paris had simply IOST te-uch The hasie thbf is thai jaia cf iris forelp. re- utr'd. ir-eitbbo-s bTer. care." said lations ie'.T the Miss Narrin s reruTaTbn ore "ard i; roo buTnbii: has prc-dirc-ec "a real ihe crr'T -_rT TO kr.o-0 Their Wbe- Swedish Oio1 in tcoch her. ITS f.'.e Palme compared The brrrrirc curirv- official John fajd. th.-cujr. r.e'.-sre The glorious beer of Copenhagen Both The Dai'y Mirror ar.j The Guardian saii the tr.-.c: casei the need more gtxxi-neighborly behai.ior. "Who Ml-or Pr.i "koerj-; Tc "it's '.i-e v.-e cha; :-sBritoiis favor unarmed police CALL st ASTRO REALTY LTD. BB 1215 23rd St. North To v ew 3 bedrjon 'Krahn Home of Dislinclion" be'" c-o o U2lf, jepcrc'e c c-d r r c r e' s PETER BERGER 327-0301 VERNA COUTTS 327-6697 JOHN PENNER 32S-6523 ALICE HAHN 327-3708 We will accept reasonable offers while the Boss is away! AT REGULAR PRICES Now brewed in Alberta is K-r.c'.-'Ccn the WOT! v-i's most expo-ted LajcrSffr. Now c'rrious hecr cf is brewed ricH: here in here. -t rr.oce. brewed wit'iVl! the irziitvn c-f :.i ihe o: beer crir.kers. Discover Ci-liber; for Canadian eries Alberta Ltd. COPENHAGEN1 -T in i> ii on many ir.indf. .1 yo.' armir.i: pohv-onior. Off-.oc wiirkor aiiii Amorioa." ;