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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Aerosol use may increase skin cancer Thursday, January 16, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 19 NEW YORK (AP) The continued release of fluorocarbons from aerosol spray cans and refrigerants into the atmosphere may result in increased skin cancer and abnormal climatic changes, says a group of scientists. HERE'S JUST ONE OF THE GREAT BUYS YOU CAN TAKE ADVANTAGE OF DURING VAN'S 74-75 CLEARANCE ELECTROHOME "Jim suggests the Madeira At a public hearing this week called by New York Stale Attorney General Louis Lefkowitz to determine whether laws are needed to regulate the sale of aerosol cans, the scientists agreed that flourocarbons were dis- integrating the earth's ozone layer which shields the planet, from ultraviolet radiation. However, they also agreed that more studies were need- ed before legislative curbs are enacted. Dr. F. S. Rowland of the University of California said that at the present rate of emission the dangers will increase considerably. He said his calculations show that the ozone layer has already been depleted one per cent by fluorocarbon con- tamination. "One consequence of depl- etion of this ozone layer has been an increase in human skin he said. "Other possible effects which are beyond the present capabilities of scientific evaluation and prediction include additional biological reactions and climatic he said. Dr. Frederick Urbach, a skin cancer specialist at Tem- ple University, said the ozone depletion problem is not so threatening that society can- not wait at least two years before deciding whether legislation is needed. WEEKEND TERRIFIC BUYS BAKERY SPECIAL nnVII HUll MJCDDire 8" CHERRY QUnRTPAIfE nUTAL Ann tntnnltO 4 97 bnCnnl OnUniuftlVC Maraschino Cherries in I QQC A 4 en liquid cream. 12oz. box..... I O9 Each or2 lor 1.59 MADEIRA Reg. 5599.00 fTil Jim Van Loo Here are ihe ANSWERS for your NEWS QUIZ .....PART II'' PART'IN: PICTURE QUIZ Canada: 3-e 3-a Alastair'Gillespie 4-t> 5-d '4-d; 5-e LUNCH COUNTER SPECIAL t CHEESEBURGER PLATTER I A Complete with 20C Beverage..................... 1 Judy LaMarsh agrees pic 'N' MIX CANDY Lang should be ousted 67 VANS TV SALES SERVICE 1236-3rdAve. S. Phone 327-5020 VANCOUVER (CP) Former Liberal cabinet minister Judy LaMarsh has supported a call for removal from office of Federal Justice Minister Otto Lang because of his stand on abortion. In a telegram to Dr. Katie Cooke, chairman of the Federal Advisory Council on the Status of Women, Miss LaMarsh said: "If persons of and (Dr.) Bette Stephen- son's calibre continue to ar- ticulate our complaints regarding his outrageous and unconstitutional behavior, perhaps someone up there will hear and act. I heartily en- dorse your views." Dr. Cooke, in Vancouver for a three day meeeting of the council, earlier said she agreed with Dr. Stephenson, president of the Canadian Medical Association, that Mr. Lang should be removed from office for allowing his per- sonal bias against abortion to interfere with his department's stand on abor- tion. Join Dunlop Ford and Save Hundreds During THE 200 Being Held at the New Sportsplex! Phone 329-4911 Don't miss it it's our biggest sale ever. 200 brand new and used cars and trucks to choose from all at bargain prices as we offer drastic reductions in an all out effort to maintain sales volumes during this season of the year. ARVIN HANSEN DENNIS KJELDGAARD CLARENCE BELTER VERN HUNT OUTSf ANDING SAVINGS ON THESE NEW AND USED TRUCKS STOCK NO. 1636A 1972 DATSUN PICKUP 4, 4-speed, lite blue. SAVI STOCK NO. 203A 1973 FORD F250 Blue, V8, 4 speed, p.s., p.b., radio. SAVI NO. 208A 1974 FORD FZ50 %TON Brown, V8, 4 speed, p.s., p.b. SAVI HUNDRIDS STOCK NO. 21 1A 1972 LT 880 Tandem Axle. 5 speed trans., 4 speed aux., power steering, Louisville Heavv Hauler. SAVE NO. 159A 1971 VW CAMPER VAN 4 4-speed, radio, white in color. SAVI HUNDRIDS I SAVE HUNDREDS ON THESE A-1USED CAR STOCK NO. 1974 ASTRA 2-Door ha'tchback. Blue in color, 4 cylinder, auto, trans., radio. SAVI NO. 221 A 1974 COMET 2-Door. Blue In color. 6 cylinder, auto, trans., p.s., p.b., radio. SAVI NO. 1MA 1974 MAVERICK 2-Door. Deluxe interior, orange in color, V8, auto. SAVI HUNDRIDS STOCK NO. 224A 1974 COUGAR XR7 2-Door Hardtop. V8, automatic. Green in color, p.s., p.b., radio, factory air conditioning. SAVI NO. 1U3B 1974 GREMLIN 2-Door. Orange and black. V8, 3 speed, radio. SAVI NO. 227A 1974 PINTO WnWitM 4 cylinder, auto., radio, white in color. SAVI HUNDRIDS STOCK NO. 49A 1974 PLYMOUTH Satellite Regent Wagon V8, automatic, power steering, power brakes. Radio. SAVI NO. 313A 1P74 GRAN TORINO BMUfitMM 4 dr. sedan, V8, auto., air conditioning. SAVI NO. JJ5A 1974 BOBCAT HI, WHJM 4 cylinder, auto., radio, blue In color. SAVI HUNDRIDS OPEN 10 A.M.-10 P.M. SATURDAY 10A.M.-8P.M. DUNLOP FORD ON THE SPOT FINANCIN8 AVAILABLE PHONE 329-4911 3 flavors, Orange, Coffee, Blueberry, Ib..... BEAVER FANCY SALTED PEANUTS flflO 13 oz. tin............. PEPSODENT TOOTHPASTE 1 150ml. Regular BABY SHAMPOO 129 996 COMMODORE FILE BOXES 197 Tan color, contains file 4j AD 7 I cards and has top III" opening............... I V 16 oz. bottle NORDAM WATCHES Assorted ladies' and men's styles. 1 year guarantee..... VIVA TOWELS 2 roll pkg. 90x2 ply.......... 84< MAGNUS ELECTRIC CHORD ORGAN M Complete with n A A bench and m W stand, ................UU 100% POLYESTER CRIMP SOLID STATE TV 60" wide, assorted colors. Yard 3 00 100% COTTON MATERIAL EL RAN VIBRATOR RECLINER Plush easy chair in black or brown.......... 128' 45" wide. Assorted colors. Yard 100 CHIPPED FOAM 11b. bag 128" 99' f Cashmere Toilet Tissue? 1 I 9 4 roll pky. 20001 ply shMto......................... J VANITY FAIR COMFORTER 100% polyester, fibrefill, allergy free, available in pink, blue or gold colors.......... SHAG RUGS 9x12'100% polyester waffle, rubber back. Gold, avocado, cinnamon. PLASTIC HANGERS 11 S50 Assorted styles and sizes 8s1 WALL PICTURES 24x48. Assorted scenes..... LADY GALT OYNEL DEEP PILE BATHROOM RUG modacrylic avocado, gold, mauve, or pink colors............ 9x12 RUGS Cushion back, 100% nylon, moss green only.......... 4467 J Plasticware Assortment A LADIES'WINTER BOOTS Pile lined, side zipper opening. Broken sizes. 8 88 LADIES' PULLOVERS Assorted styles and polyester. Sizes: LADIES'TWO TONE PUMP Beige with contrasting black toe. Sizes 5-9............ MONARCH SLUMBER FOAM PILLOW Soft and resilient, non allergic 29 100% 100 LADIES'BRAS Assorted styles. Broken size range. 5 I97 LADIES'BLOUSES Long sleeves. O Assorted prints. f r j Sizes 10-18........ fag f PANTY HOSE f ikMT.MiifrN.MfirRliNiln.ttltiudtilM BOYS' BULKY KNIT MITTS LADIES' SUPPERS acrylic........... MEN'S STRETCHY HOSE Fits sizes 10-12.75% acrylic 25% nylon. Assorted solid colors. Assorted styles and colors. Sizes 1 LADIES'SANDALS Assorted styles and colors. Sizes 5-9............. STREET HOCKEY BLADES Made of tough durable plastic 400 MEN'S WESTERN SHIRTS gee 100% cotton, faded denim look, long sleeves, sizesS.M, L............ LIMITID QUANTITY SNOIALSI ENTER OUR FAMILY ALLOWANCE DRAW! Just cash your Family Allowance Crwqw at Woolwortht. ;