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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, May 5, 1973 THE LETHBR1DGE HERAID 29 Scientists are excited aver space discoveries By JOHN NOBLE WILFORD New York Times Service NEW YORK Although the earth's moon is dry and life- less, scientists are reporting new evidence that some satel- lites of other planets m the solar system are covered water ice and may have thin atmospheres and that at least one might suppoit lower forms of life. Titan, the largest of Satuins 10 moons, is now believed to have atmospheric conditions sinultr t> those of pnimtive earth at the dawn of life, ac- cording to Cornell astronomers Two of Jupiter's massive moons, Europa and Ganjmede, are covered with vast expanses of water ice that could be sim- ilar to frost on earth, accord- ing to a report from the Massa- chusetts institute of teclmo'ogy Another two of Jupiter's 12 moons. 10 and Calhsto. may also bear frcst particles, but evidence from telescopes at ths Kite Peak National Obser- vatory in Arizona is not yet conclusive Such discovenes have intri- gued planetary scientists and aroused even greater mteiest in the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's plars to launch two unmanned space- Police raid topless bars LOS ANGELES (Eeuter) Twenty-eight topless and bot- tomless bais, including two of tre cilj 's most notable, the Pink Pussy Cat and the Phone Booth, were raided by police Wednesday night after the Cali- fornia Supreme Court upheld tre authonty of local govern- ments to prohibit nude wait- resses and waiters and enter- tainers m bars Police said 73 women were booked for irdecent exposure and at least 21 men for pei- mitting the exhibition 'SOD UNDERGROUND WATER SERVICES SODDING LANDSCAPING UNDERGROUND SPRINKLING For more information contact ROSS NIELSEN LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 328-0924 craft in 1977 that would fly bv Jupiter m 1979 and on out past, Saturn in 1981. Their trajectoi- les could take them within 100 miles of the satellite Titan. The Jupiter Saturn mission survived NASA budget cuts an- nounced last week In a telephone interview dis- cussing the recent findings, Dr. Carl Sagan, professor of astron- j omy and director of Cornell's laboratoi-y for planetary stud-1 ies, said are learning that these phces, these other satellites, are definitely not carbon cop- ies of our moon Titan, in fact may be a mmature of what the i earth was like in its early his tory PUZZLING RESULTS Titan is half again as big as the earth's moon and is about the size of the planet Mercurj, Inch is a little more than ore third the diameter of earth It had been thought that Titan's atmosphere was extremelv thin and was composed primarily of methane But using tele- scopes with mfiared sensors began getting some puzzling re suits Titan appeared to be hottei than it ought to be considering its great distance from the sun Titan is an average of 890 mil lion miles from the sun the earth s average distance from the sun is 93 million miles no one knows how hot the surface of Titan reallj is Sagan thinks it could be warm enough for some form of life. MIDWEST CANADA The director Mr Ziggy, resident chimpanzee at Seven Seas sea life park at Arlington, Texas, prepares to "direct" the dolphins at rehearsal The animals perform under a mock Eiffel Tower Hem's a hot deal on Canada's top seH ing bias belted tire. NOW POLYGLAS Custom Power Cushion polyglat each installed 700 13. 878-14, C78 14 BLACKWAU.S Enjoy the advantages of bias belted construction' Polyglas tires-pioneered by tough, resilient polyester cords with belts of fiberglass to give you up to double the mileaqe of ordinary bias-ply tires You II find them on most new cars They belong on your these "hot 'prices f-irj rr We new Goodyear tires every III 11 5 000 miles for longer more even wear. DV JRTincCCARrf) A LIFETIME GUARANTEE NOLIMITAS TO TIME OR MILEAGE RALLYGT STEEL BELT Now, dress up your car with the widest street tire Goodyear makes! 3895 46" r v t 34 each A60-13 Low angle 4-piy nylon boay for high performance stability Wide 60 series with bold white letters Experience the superb handling traction and mileage of Goodyear s s'eel belt radial tires These tires are so good that Goodyear covers them with a 40 000 mile tread life expectancy policy As low as Custom Wide Tread AR70 13 Installed EVEN LESS WITH SPECIAL TRADE IN ALLOWANCES BEING GIVEN THIS WEEK ON RADIAL TIRES. DRIVE IN NOW FOR THE HOT ONES! 005 13 Sf. North NORTH LETHBRIDGE MO-TIRES GOODJYEAR Phone 327-3181 ;