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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta UTHMHOO! TMUMOAY, JVo Admission Charge April 3, 4, 5 Pollution FRIDAY, APRIL 3RD UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE 9-00 a m. PancliWHAT IS POLLUTION? (Bullock, Armstrong, Cunningham, Hai- ger, Harper, Haugen, Stebbins (121" Science Building) a.rn. Paper: PERCEPTION OF POLLU- TION, Armstrong. p.m. p.m. p.m. VIEW OF POLLU- TION, Jankunis (7 Kate Andrews Building) Paper: LAW AND POLLUTION, Prowse POLLUTION, (7 Kate Andrews Roberts 3-00pm. POLLUTION POETRY, Oordt (121 Science Building) Paper: .GRASS ROOTS ANTI-POLLU- TION, Harger (121 Science Building) Welcoming Remarks, P. Lewis, W. Bec- kel, N. Holmes (7 Kate Andrews Building) Panel: POLLUTION AND MAN'S FU- TURE (Lewis, Bullock, Babct 'Cunningham, Hargcr, Harper, Haugcn, Hcp- ler, Stebbins, Fishbourne, J. Wilson (7 Kate Andrews Building) and (121 Science Building) NOTE: Demonstrations.will be available for viewing all day (Room 202, Science and a con of slides (Room 213, Science Twill takepmce iirthe afternoon and evening. p.m. p.m. p.m. SATURDAY, APRIL UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE a.m. Welcoming Remarks, P. Lewis, N. (7 Kate Andrews Building) a.m. Paper: MAN, E A RTI-I AND THE EN- witz (7 Kble Andrews Building) Paper: Population EXPLOSION Harper (121 Science Building! 10-30 a.m. Panel: PESTICIDES (Hoplcr, modera- Barrett, Clcmenti, Harper. Holmes. S. McDonald, Posewitz (7 Kate Andrews Building) 1-00 p'm Paper: STRIP MINING (Followed by (121 Science Building) Paper: TALKING WITH INDUSTRY, WHAT DOES J.T GAIN? Harper (7 Kate Andren-s Building) p.m. POLLUTION POETRY AND MUSIC, Forczek. Gadd (121 Science Building) p.m. Panel: INDUSTRIAL POLLUTION (Lew- is, Posewitz, Schuyff, Harger (7 Kate Andrews p.m. Panel: WATER POLLUTION (Clewes, Clementi, Harger, LaPlace, Posewita (Gymnasium) p.m. Panel: POLLUTION SOLUTIONS (Lew- is, Clcmenti, Harger, Kerr, Posewita, Stebbins, J. Wilson (Gymnasium) NOTE: Demonstrations will tic available for view- ing all day (room 202, Science and a con- tinuous showing of films and slides (Room 213. Science Building) will take place in the morning and SUNDAY, APRIL 5th WINSTON CHURCHILL HIGH SCHOOL 12-00 noon Doors Open; VIEWING OF DISPLAYS, DEMONSTRATIONS, FILMS 1-55 p.m. PRESENTATION OF PRIZES FOR ELE- MENTARY SCHOOL "FIGHT POLLUTION" POST CONTEST 2-00 pm Guest Speaker: Dennis McDonald, Fisher- ies Biologist, THE CONDITION OF ALBERTA'S ENVIRONMENT p in Panel Discussion: (M. Cleaver, modera- Andy Russell, Joe Balla, Gordon Hau- gcn, Eugene Kupcliauko, Ted Wilson. 3-30 p.m. Question Period: An opportunity for the public react to, and ask questions of, tlie .4-00pm Paper: WHAT CAN THE INDIVIDUAL DO ABOUT POLLUTION, Paul Lewis, biolo- gist, U of L, PC-SA. p.m. GROUP DISCUSION: Panel members and Guest Speakers will be available for :n- jCormal discussions. Refreshments will available. NOTE: Films, displays and demonstrations will until interest dwindles. ;