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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta M THI UTHMIDOI HERALD ianunry 11, Mariner 9 rewriting textbooks on Mars PASADENA, Calif. (AP) Mariner B is rewriting the text- books on Mars. This is dw assessment of sci. entists studying the latest pic- Psychiatrist awarded EDMONTON (CP) The Al- berta government has given a British educated psychiatrist more than to settle a dispute that began when he was dismissed last March. Dr. John Jenkins, a staff psychiatrist at the Alberta Hos- pital in Oliver, was dismissed on grounds his performance of duties was less than satisfac- tory. A employee, he challenged the dismissal and it was taken up by the public service commission. He declined an offer of six months salary and continued to live in a house near the hospi- tal, .refusing to hand over the keys until the matter was set- tled. The government said Tues- day Dr. Jenkins does not meet an the requirements for his job. He was hired in the mid- 1960s when lower standards were acceptable because of a shortage of psychiatrists. He resigned Dec.. 31 and has been awarded nine months sal- ary, a total of tures sent to earth by the tiny United States spacecraft from its orbit around Hie intriguing planet. The Mars emerging from the Mariner data is a planet, that, geologically speaking, quite re- cently -.vos a living, breathing, evolving body. Unlike the moon, which was born almost five billion years ago then quickly died in a fiery upheaval, Mars had a long life, scientists have decided. In fact, some Mariner scientists say.. Mars still might be stirring in- ternally, still undergoing geo- logic evolution. "Clearly, Mars has presently active surface process whereas before we weicu'l sure whether we were looking at a fossil surface like the moon." said Dr. Bruce Murray of the California Institute of Technol- ogy. Mariner 9 scientists at Cal- tech's Jet Propulsion Labora- tory here where the spacecraft is being controlled don't agree on the interpretation of every photograph Marine's two televi- sion cameras return. MAY HAVE FIERY CENTRE But the consensus is that: volcanoes once burned over the planet, belching smoke and gas and playing a prominent role in shaping Mars. The fires, perhaps heavily banked by time, still may burn deep within Mars, further driv- ing geological forces. erosibnal forces have been at work, shaping some re- gions in manners strikingly sim- ilar to earth. There are strong Home Recipe Plan Takes Off Ugly Fat It'e simple how quickly one may lose pounds of unsightly fat right in your own home. MaJce thifl home recipe yourself. It's eaay, no trouble at all and costs little. Just go to ygur drugstore and ask for Naran. Pour this into pint bottle and add enough grapefruit juice to fill the bottle. 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The scientists are unanimous on one point: The most exciting aspect of the Mariner 9 mission isn't what the photographs are GUNNERS AT WORK Royal Canadian Horse Artil- lery gunners, using a 105-millimetre howitzer, fire on a potential avalanche in the Rogers Pass area of British Columbia. The men shoot the snow to prevent major slides. Every item in if rtduced le clear at fantastic savings to you. must make ream for our new iteck arriving daily. .LIVING ROOM CLEARANCE CONTEMPORARY STYLING Reg. to CUT VEIVET Reg. to CLEARING OUT AT 419 COLONIAL STYLING HERCULON FABRICS Value, to CLEARING AT '429 BROCADED NYLON Value lo Now Clearing At 399 ROOM CLEARANCE INCLUDING iii! SmiNC CONTEMPORARY SPANISH FRENCH PROVINCIAL Example of the Savings: CONTEMPORARY STYLING INCLUDES A HUTCH, BUFFET, TABLE and 4 CHAIRS REG. 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"The process that might du- plicate this type of pitted topog- raphy on earth is so out o! phase with what we've thought about Mars that it's just amaz- said Dr. Robert Dart, a Oaltech geologist. "It means there are some very unusual conditions or events on Mais." Dr. Carl Sagan, a Cornell Uni- versity astronomer, is intrigued by dark splotches or "ink blots" that have shown up in areas that didn't have the blotches two years ago when Mariner 6 and 7 flew by Mars snapping pictures. "They appear to be some in- trinsic change in surface albedo he said. "So the idea that they're connected with changes on the surface of Mars Isn't a big extrapolation. But what they are and what is caus- ing them is Hie exciting ques- tion." Scientists hope such photo- graphs will answer the dec- ades-old mystery of what causes the seasonal "wave of darken- ing" on darkening that spreads over the planet and seems connected with the sea- son. Stanfield makes pitch for Quebec HALIFAX (CP) Opposition Leader Robert Stanfield said Tuesday he is confident the peo- ple of Quebec will recognize the improved fortunes of his party nationally and consider it a via- ble alternative to the Liberals in the next election. Noting that polls Indicate Ms party is only four percentage points behind the government across- the country, Mr. Stan- field told a. news conference that the Conservatives are prob- ably ahead of the Liberals out- side of Quebec. "I don't think Quebec has taken UK Conservative party too seriously because we were well down across the he said. The recent upsurge in support for -Hie PCs "will be recognized in Quebec and the people will take us seriously as an alternative to the Liberals." He said the party was not ac- tively searching for a Quebec lieutenant, but wanted candi- dates who could be regarded as spokesmen for the party in the province. The difficult economic situa- tion in Quebec would also make people more receptive to change, he said. "I think if there is a spring election the job issue, the economic issue will be the big one in Quebec as in other parts of the country." Loans okayed for Alberta OTTAWA (CP) total- ling more than S3.7 milbon for low and subsidized rental hous- projects in five Alberta cit- ies and towns have been ap- proved, Central Mortgage and Housing Corp. announced today. Five loans went approved for projects in Calgary: The Alberta Housing dorp, re- ceives to assist in the construction of a nine-storey apartment building containing 64 two-bedroom unite. Paragon Properties Ltd. re- ceives for construc- tion of an eight-storey, 80-unit apartment building. And the city of Calgary re- ceives for a lo-storey, 72-unit apartment building, for a three-storey, 18- unit apartment building and for three-storey, 30- unit apartment building. The Alberat Housing Corp. also receives these loans: for a omxtorey half-way wuse to accommodate 12 men- tally retarded persons ii Ed- monton; W8.0M for a similar accommodation for 10 persons in Vegrevillo; for lli-storey houses in Conklln; and for 30 houses in Fort Vermilion. Most of the pointing breeds of dog were developed in the Brit- ttbta. Story of the cruise NEW YORK (AP) One. man planned wrestling matches for his trip around the world, another brought his violin and a fashion designer welcomed the 91-day luxury liner cruise aa an opportunity to see her longtime inspiration China. Lilly Dache, French dfi-tigner, boarded the He do France Monday in a wheel chair because of a back injury, but it didn't daunt her enthusiasm for the trip which has a tentative two-day fidp-trip to China. "I think it's she said. "All my life I have been inspired by all Chinese things. Alexis Niton, a multi-millionaire who is a member his two sons, Robert, 21, and Alexis Jr., 25, could keep in shape for several matches he scheduled at some of the 27 ports where the ship will stop. SUITE COST Nihon, who paid for the top-priced He de France suite for his family, said he was scouting the competition in preparation for the Olympics. "Money is for what you like to he said. Across the deck, a coupie, who took a suite at a cost of allowed reporters in for a tour but insisted on being anonymous. "You may say we are a New England said the white-haired woman. She said they had brought cabins, including two at about were taken bypaisengers simply ai rooms to store their clothes. Other accommodations ranged down in cost to The voyage wiU bring In million In revenue for UK French Line. Bertram Stern of Kansas City, Mo., boarded carrying an encased violin. He said he thought mid-ocean was as good a place as any to practise music. About Tha NEW INVISIBLE MULTIFOCAL LENS (MULTILUX) the Bahamas wrestling own supply of OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO.B reclining board and mat so This Saturday In Weekend Magazine POLAR ESKIMOS Last Days Of The World's Northernmost People? Eskimos still live a centuries-old lifestyle in Greenland's Thule region. But it may last only another generation. Arctic photographer Fred Bruemmer spent six months recording their ways. His unfor- gettable photo essay appears this Satur- with stories of the migration from Canada, the law of the northland and a recipe for narwhal tail. TV's Happy Singalong Fans love the show. So does the cast. Yet Halifax's Singalong Jubilee struggles along with cast-off equipment. Jacqui Cole tells what makes the show so special. Tops In Carrots Doughnuts, cookies, and cake are just some of the unusual dishes you can make with carrots. Margo Oliver shows you how this Saturday and includes two prize-winning carrot recipes. The Nautical Look takes over in the newest fashion. Attack Why not have Opportunities for the Aged? The Letkbridge Herald ;