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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10-THE IETHBRIDG1 HERAlD-Wedncsdoy, Manh 15, 1972 First lunar grand pnx HOUSTON' l Router) Apollo 16 nslrunnut John Young will try to drive the moon rover flat out nrotuu] a triangular course during iioxt month's mission in what the Vmlctl States space agency .Mils UIG first lunar grand pvix. Top speed for the battery- powered, four-wheel-drive vehi- cle is less than 10 miles an hour, but even this can be hair- raising in the moon's one-sixth gravity. The main of the cight-imnutc speed trial will be to study the effect of the rover's wheels on the dusty whether they slip, how much dust they kick up and so on. Astronaut Charles Duke will stand in the middle 01 the trian- gle and film the demonstration, part of an engineering experi- ment, This was among a number of innovations for Apollo IG, now proceeding on schedule for an April 16 bunch to the Descartes Highlands region of the moon, outlined at a news briefing Mon- day by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. In a move to prevent a re- currence of (he partial para- chute failure that brought anx- ious moments at the end of the Apollo 15 mission last Aug. 7, the Apollo IG command ship will splash down with the residue of its thruster-jci fuel still aboard. NASA officials said lests showed that venting the fuel as the spacecraft hurtled towards the ocean could produce a 10- foot ike a flame- thrower." The space agency be- lieves this could burn through some of the suspension lines, causing one of Apollo 16 s three- parachutes to partially "can- dle." Man-in-thc'iicivs A COMPLETE RANGE OF DUBARRY SKIN CARE PRODUCTS CIEANERS, ASTRINGENTS AND MOISTURIZERS FOR NORMAL, DRY OR OILY SKIN A. MOISTURE PETALS C. FOUNDATION LOTION Moisturizes and protects under makeup, for dry skin. 4-oi. Each For normol and oily skin. Hypo-aller- cjenic moisture pefafs, 4 oz. each, 4.5O B. SPECIAL ASTRINGENT Hypo-alfergenic, firms and refines skin for dry and normal. 10-oz. Each Astrmgenl for oily skin. Firms skin, tlgl-r- pores. 10 oz. each, 3.1O SVin and freshens skfn offer cleansing. 10 oz. each, 3.1O A must for every woman. Hypo-alfergemc. Protective make-up base moisturfzer, all skin types, 10-oz. Each D. CLEANSING CREAM A hypo-allergen ic tleani mako-up and deep cleans dry item. 8-oz. Each Penerrating Cleanser for normal and oily skin. 10 oz. each, WOOLCO PHARMACY OPSRATED BY JACK AUSTIN PHARMACY fAlBERTAI LTD. A DIVISION OF DOMINION CITRUS DRUGS LTD. Open Datly 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.f Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive Rock rocks the boat this time By GERARD McNGlI, OTTAWA