Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 14, 1965 · Page 11
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 11

Ironwood, Michigan
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Wednesday, July 14, 1965
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Mariner May Help Determine Validity of Mars' Theories By FRANK CAR ICY many of his colleagues at the AP Science Writer times — was that the icy poles WASHINGTON iAP> - An melted as spring and summer Ingenious water-pumping and came to each respective hemi- canal system on thr planet • sphere of the planet — but that Mars - built by supersmart tlu " water naci to be pumped beings and powered by 4.000 • down through the mighty canal times the energy of Niagara system. Falls. And he figured the power re- A spaceport from which the mured for such a system would men of Mars long auo launched '™ about 4.000 times the energy two giant satellites that now, Derated by Niagara Falls, orbit the red planet like baby Scoffers over the years have moons and are detectable from indicated that even if there the planet earth millions of were such a system — which miles away. they doubted — the Martians Great hangars for ••flying- still would be hard-up for water, saucer" spacecraft that period- This is because, as one theory \ ically blast off from Mars and has it. if all the polar mass do patrol duty high above the 1 , melted into water there would; be only enough water to fill a! single huge lake basin — fari from enough to supply a world; about one-half the size of the j planet earth. 1 Actually, it was an Italian i astronomer named Schiaperelli; who touched off the "canal"; controversy in 1877. 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Such theories, dating back to the late 19th century, are pooh-i time, the Italian researcher re- poohed by nearly all other ; ported discovery of the Martian) scientists. But there . . . . "channels. Schiaperelli outrlghtly channels B.S. CHOICE, RED OWL INSURED SIRLOIN STEAK R I 09 0 S. CHOtGE. RED OWL INSURED SWISS OR ROUND LB, U.S. CHOICE. RED OWL TNSURED STEAK CHUCK STEAK LB. are those them who indicate that the electronic eyes of Mariner 4 have the best chance yet of laying the ghost of such theories — or of determining if they have any validity. Since Mariner's cameras are capable of recording objects as small as I 1 - miles in diameter, presumably her most fruitful surface lines which he named among "canali," the Italian word for himself never envisioned these as being structures made by intelligent beings. 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He put such a theoretical label on what other astronomers have long called the two natural moons of Mars — Deimos and Phobus — Panic and Fear ~ whose names ^tand for the horses which pulled the chariot of the war god Mars in Roman mythology. Other astronomers generally snorted at this view — pointing out, for one thing, that they have made measurements of the tiny moons which show them to be nearly ten miles in diameter. Those would be pretty roomy artificial satellites. Dr. Frank Salisbury, Colorado State University biologist, is one of a few scientists who believe the so-called flying saucers may be manned spacecraft fron Mars or somewiere else in Mr. and Mrs. James Pelko- • space. la and family, Detroit, visit e d "i am far from satisfied bj with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Issac Anttila. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Peter son, daughters, Lyla and Flor e n c e, and son, Larry, Detroit, spent a week's vacation here with relatives. Mass Personals Mr. and Mrs. Ivar Hintta, Detroit, spent two weeks here with her mother, Mrs. John Lappalal- nen, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Keskinen and family of Detroit spent the Fourth of July weekend here with relatives. Ray Malila, Detroit, sp e n t the Fourth of July weekend here at his home. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Toivonen spent a weekend with relatives at Madison. Gary Peterson, Detroit, spent the Fourth of July weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Peterson, at Lake Mine. Harvey Ahola, Detroit, s p e n t the holidays here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Ahola. Mr, and Mrs. George A a r i, Minneapolis, spent a week end here with relatives. Mr. and 'Mrs. Waino N i e m 1 and daughter, Carole, Sidnaw, visited with relatives here. William Joseph Goard, inf a n t son of Mr. and Mrs. William Goard, was baptized Friday evening July 2. at the St. Paul's Lutheran Church. The Rev. A. Leplsto officiated and the sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Manning . Mrs. Tyne Veker lias returned home from the Ontonagon Mem- the pat explanations put forth by Air Force officers," says Dr Salisbury. The Air Force ha long held there is no evidenc that such things exist. While the concept of a race o Martians — either living or ex tinct — has few takers, ther orial Hospital where she was a surgical patient Tor one week. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Janka wid-fafcilly, .Buchanan,- are visit ing with relatives here Mr. and Mrs Alex RED OWL COUPON Thi» Coupon Good for 25 $ * H Groon Stomps with purchoM of 3 Ib .or larger bag of yollow oniont. Limit—On* Coupon per Customer Expires Saturday. July 17. 1965 RED OWL POTATO CHIPS 10-OZ. PKG. V i KARAVAN MANDARIN ORANGES "00 11-OZ. CANS DEPENDON, REG. OR DRIP PICT RIPE IRREGULAR PEACH HALVES 4 are many scientists who bellev some form of bacterial or plan life may exist on Mars, despit rigorous temperature variatlo and other conditions. 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