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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Mariner plans changed PASADENA, Oalif. (Renter) Mariner s c 1 o n 11 s t s have agreed to change the mission plan and search for some of the dark spots on mars rather than keep taking virtually blank pic- tures of the dust storm hiding Hie surface. "We're going to back off, find tlicm and look at them with high resolution mission investogator Bradford Smith said. The localion of at least four dark spots, thought lo be high areas jutting through the dust cover, determined from pictures taken as Mariner 9 ?.p- proaclied Mars last week. But they do not lie within the track covered by the spacecraft as it nears the low point of its orbit about 360 miles. So, if the project management accepts the scientist's propos- als, Mariner's computer will be reprogrammed to switch on the two cameras, wide angle and narrow angle, when the space- craft is at a great, distance from the planet. "We can't c h a n g e things Smith said. "It is all very complicated and takes a certain of days." While the final decisions were being reached, Mariner would concentrate on the south polar icecap which has provided the only pictures of real detail so far. The whiteness from its car- bon dioxide snow apparently is showing through the dust cover. Is the Profile of Protection ON YOUR AUTOMOBILE Complete? 706-3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-2793 Kissinger given new authority WASHINGTON (Reuter) A drastic shake-up in the globe- circling U.S. intelligence net- work has put more power in the hands of While House adviser Henry Kissinger. Kissinger, already perhaps the most influential administra- tion official except for President Nixon himself, has the presi- dent's ear on all foreign policy and security problems. Now, Uie 48-year-old former professor has been given the key job of providing guidance and direction to Central Intelli- gence Agency Director Richard Helms. Helms, in turn, has been given new authority to co-ordi- nate the military and civilian branches of the intelligence ap- paratus, which have sometimes been rivals in the past. Kissinger row is in an lengablc position as head of a new National Security Council committee to oversee the secret information which he uses to recommend policy decisions to the president. STUDIED SYSTEM Reorganizing of the intelli- gence services vras announced by the White House Nov. 5 after a study of fiie triumphs and fail- ures of the CIA and the military intelligence the battles between them over inter- preting information Yhe U.S. intelligence appara- tus is unofficially reported to employ people and to cost billion a year. High-ranking officials were known to feel it had grown too big and costly and that some of its mistakes had proved expen- sive in terms of national pres- tige. A main reason for the sweep- ing changes ordered by the While House now apparently is President Nixon's unhappiness over the military intelligence planning that went into an abor- tive raid on a prison camp in northern Vietnam in November of last year. Tlie camp was believed to hold American prisoners. Heli- copter-borne teams of assault troops swooped on the Son Tay camp near Hanoi after months of painstaking planning and in- telligence-gathering only to find there were no prisoners there to be rescued. SEEKS TOTAL POWER LISBON (AP) Premier Marcelo Caetano asked the Na- tional Assembly Tuesday to de- clare (hat a state of subversion exists both in Portugal itself and in its rebellious African ter- ritories. This would allow the government to restrict personal rights and liberties as well a continue censorship. from SYIBERT'S BLOWAYS Leather and Suede combination. Crepe soles and heels. PAIR CHUNKY HEELS Suedes, Leathers, Wet Look with crepe or composition soles. PAIR FROM by Red Carpet Cii I IJ VITALITY SHOES by Savage Leathers or Suedes also wet look. FROM OOMPHIES Chunky Heels in leather and wet look. FROM COLORS SUGDES: 7urno, Navy. Browns Blnelf or Red. LEATHERS: Brown or Black. Wot look, Brown, Black or Rod. 505 4th Ave. S. Phone 327-3784 OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. MARS SHOT The view from Mars for Mariner 9 is spectacular. In this artist's conception, the first U.S. spacecraft to nrltit another planet passes over the cra- tercd Martian surface with the earth and its moon (both enlarged from actual dimen- sions) millions of miles dis- tant in the background. Cir- cling Mars every 12 hours in on orbit ranging from miles to 750 miles, Mariner 9 is programmed (o map more than 70 per cent of the sur- face, radioing to earth more than IS times Hie amount of information reported on pre- vious fly-by missions. Wagner may join Tories Ttiurmay, November 197T THt LtTHBRIDGB HERALD 25 Thromnvay car pooh-poohed OTTAWA (CP) Judge Claude Wagner of Quebec Ses- sions Court, former provincial justice minister in Jean JJG- safic's Liberal government, is "interested" in becoming leader of the Quebec wing of the Pro- gressive Conservative pally, a usually reliable source said Wednesday. "lie misses politics and in llw the soiree said in an interview, "he is the most interesting candidate for Con- servatives who are determined to win Quebec." Meanwhile, the office of Con- servative Leader Robert Stan- field categorically denied a pub- lished report that he met Mr. Wagner in a Montreal club Tuesday to discuss the Quebec leadership post. A spokesman said the Opposi- tion leader spent the entire day in Ottawa and had not talked with Mr. Wagner at any time. He acknowledged, though, that the two met several weeks ago and the possible entry of the judge into the Conservative party was discussed. However, he emphasized that the Quebec leadership has not been offered to Mr. Wagner, or to Marco! Masve, independent member of the Quebec national assembly, or lo Clement Vin- cent, a Unile-Quebec national assembly member. Beth Mr. Masse and Mr. Vin- cent, former cabinet ministers in the Union Nationals govern- ment of Jean-Jacques Bertrand, also have been mentioned as possible candidate for the Quebec post. A source said Conservatives in Otlawa consider Mr. Wagner to have been "one of the impor- tant ministers in the quiet revo- lution in Quebec" in the early 1960s. Mr. Wagner was defeated by Holwrt Bourassa in the campaign for leadership of the Quebec Liberal party. 13 liogs shot by vandal CALGARY (CP) Swine farmer Al Bourassa Is an an- gry man. Last weekend someone came not once, but three times, to his farm on the edge of the city and shot all but eight of his 43 hogs with a small-calibre gun. Twenty have died, including two attacked by dogs Tuesday night, and the others that were hit have several wounds each. He said he is upset about the investment loss but more un- happy about the delight some- one got from injuring the pen- ned animals. "And they didn't kill them all said Mrs. Bourassa. "They left them to suffer." The Bour.-ssa family left for the weekend and a friend look- ed after the animals. OS1IAWA, Ont. (CP) Offi- cials of General Motors of Canada Ltd. have scoffed at a report that European and Jap- anese manufacturers are de- signing a throw-away au- tomobile. "It's obviously one of tbac stories someone has wrilte.i on a dull said Hugh, a public rela- tions officer for the company. A report of the design was carried in a Dutch magazine winch quoted Antonio GoUardi of Turin, Italy, as saying his factory will aim at a mile life for the car which would cost to pro- duce and have a selling of about MOO. "It's all right if you can tbrov; it away after a said Mr. Prycc-Jones. "But where do you throw it, espe- cially with all the concern about pollution these days." Influenza rages BUDAPEST (AP) Physi- cians reported new cases of flu in Budapest Monday and Tuesday, nearly doubling the number of persons treated since UK onset of the epidemic last week, the news Agency MTI re- ported. WHY THIS ARTIST MAKES MONEY While well-known Canadian artists still have a financial struggle, Hungary1! Endre Szasz is making a fortune. Why is this flamboyant arljsi doing so well Alex Cramer looks al the unconvention- al merchandising used to sell arl by Szasz thll IN'YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERAID WEEKEND MAGAZINE h EDMONTON (CP) The 165 students on one of three north- eastern Alberta Indian reserves were to return to classes Thurs- day following a nine -week school boycott. The boycott was part of a protest to demonstrate against living conditions and education- al facilities on the reserve. Chief Gordon Youngchief of the Kehewin Reserve said he wss able to reach agreement; with Indian Affairs Minister Jean Chretien at a secret meet-1 ing Friday In Winnipeg, ai-1 ranged by the Manitoba and On-1 tario Indian Association lead- i ers. "I am ending our strike and will negotiate further with Lhe minister Friday." i STILL OUT I But he said the minister was unable to rench agreement with the chiefs of the Saddle Lake and Cold Lake reserves where about 700 other students have been withheld from school. j Chief Youngchief said the; minister had agreed to build a school covering kindergarten up :o grade three on his reserve "but details will be discussed at our meeting Friday." There now is a one room kindergar- ten play school on the re-'. serve. He said he also expected to negotiate about roads, gas and; fuel services and improved liv-' ing conditions on the reserve. I "There is a program for I building cisterns for our water j supplies planned for next sum- mer and we have the furnace I going into our Homes." Mr. Chretien had refused to visit the reserves and enter dis-, I cussions wilh (lie chief until: children had been returned to their classes. I AGREES TO VISIT Chief Yonngchief said Mr. I Chretien now has agreed to vis- j I it. hi.s reserve but. no date was sel. Protests by memlv-rs of the Saddle Lake'and Cold Lake re- serves will continue to include the withholding of children from school and a sit-in al the offices of the Indian depart- ment on the lop floor of a 27-: slorey office building. Some sludcnls on the Raddle Lake reserve wero bypassing the boycott and attending I school. Buses- have been prevented by road blocks from entering the reserve but some parents were taking the .students to meet the bus at I he edge of the reserve and reluming lo pick them up. TOt'ItlKT TRADE Spanish tourist authorities said nearly 20 million lourisls visited Spain between January and August of 1071. do it yourself WELDWOOD MEDITERRANEAN PANELLING Idea! for feature walls of your home. Choose from Monterey Oak, Moreno Rosewod or Riviera Ash for a most elegant wall. All are attractive, prefirmhed, 4'x8' panels. CITATION HARDBOARD PANELLING The selection1 of Citation woodgram hnrdboards Is at your disposal, Come in and choose your style now. 4'x8' panels. THRIFTY MAHOGANY PANELS An. attractive and practical wall panel at a low, low price for that "extra Also DUSKY CORAL MAHOGANY 3.49 POWER BLACK AND DECKER DRILL Model No. 5718. 1.9 amps. 2250 R.P.M.'t and H.P. This all-purpose drill is ideal for the homo workshop. BLACK AND DECKER 7Vt" CIRCULAR SAW Model No. 7301. 1 H.P. motor. 9 amps. Rated ot 4300 R.P.M.'s with cutting depth 2s'." ot 90 degrees. BLACK AND DECKER 'JIG SAW Model No. 5723. h.p. 2.4 amps. Raled at 3000 strokes per minute. 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