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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Pollution control aided lf at lilst Wtdn.idoy, July 5, 1772 THE lETHBBIDOt HMAID 3 No comment from Pentagon by Suffield air sampler By JIM I'OLING SUFFIELD, Alta. agine collecting all the dust and unseen bugs from the air in your house and concentrating them into a teaspoon of water. A mlcrobiologist and a me- chanical engineer have found a way of doing this at Defence Research Establishment Suf- field, about 30 miles northwest of Medicine Hal. What they've done is develop a small, inexpensive type ol air sampler. It's not much bigger than a bread box, but can suck in 25 cubic feet of air a minute and remove microscopic parti- cles of dirt. The experimental model, de- signed by Dr. L. A. While and David Hadlcy, has cost so far. Commercial air samplers cost between and they say. Air is taken into the machine through a flanged tube which resembles the end of trumpet. II is sprayed with a tiny stream of water which breaks into dro- plets that attract the particles. The droplets then go through a cyclone chamber where they are separated from the air and deposited into a beaker for anal- ysis to determine bacteria con- tent. Dr. White, the microbiologist, says the machine's efficiency is times higher than known samplers. "Not only do we get a bonus cm the amount of air collected but in Ihe small amount of liq- uid needed also." He says other samplers take in less air a minute and require more water. They have found that the ma- clu'ne is exceptionally good for large-volume collections needed for air pollution sludies. University researchers and one food and drug laboratory have shown interest in it, they say, but the machine need' more experimentation. The food and drag lab could use it to test air in its "clean" rooms. "As snon as we're satisfied with this machine, we'll readily make the information available to says Dr. White. The establishment is con- cerned mainly with research into areas of defence. Its scien- tists do some work in the envi- ronmental field, however, and officials say the sampler is an offshoot of this work. Peking visitor PARIS (Reuter) French Foreign Minister Maurice Schu- mann leaves Thursday for Pe- king, the first West European foreign minister lo make an of- ficial visit to the People's Re- public of China. you don't succeed MONTREAL (CP) Police say 19-year-old Pierre Bcsselle of G'owansvillc, Quc., committed suicide by hanging himself wilh a bedsheel in Bordeaux Jail, 10 days after being sentenced to a six-month jail term for attempt- ing suicide. Bessette, son of the head guard at Cowansville medium- security penitentiary, was found hanging in his ceil Sunday. He was arrested in late May after he slashed his wrists twice in less than three weeks. A psychiatric examination he- fore his trial showed that Bes- sette "had mental problems, but is legally sane and fit to enter a plea and stand prison of- ficials and probation officers said. He was sentenced June 22 by Judge Guy Genest, who recom- mended that Bessette be placed under psychiatric care. U.S. mum on rain-making stories WASHINGTON (AP) The defence department has re- fused to say whether 1 h c United States has tampered with the weather in Indoclu'na in an effort to hamper North Viet- namese military operations. Pentagon spokesman Jerry W. Frcidheim said the U.S. has never tried to cause rain over North Vietnam. But when asked whether rain-making activities have been attempted in South Vietnam, Laos or Cambodia, he replied: "I can'l enlarge on that." For the last year there have i been reports of the rain-making' efforts. The latest appeared Monday in the New York Times, which quoted unnamed government sources as saying the air force has seeded clouds In inn-ease and control rainfall throughout Southeast Asia. The purpose. The Times said, was to hinder the movement of North Vietnamese troops and supplies, spoil Communist at- tacks with heavy rains, and alter the rain patterns over Laos and North Vietnam to aid U.S. bombing strikes. The Times story followed an article in the June issue of Sci- ence magazine which said the rumors and speculation growing over the alleged efforts to alter the weather in Indochina has alarmed civilian scientists and weather experts who are trying to promote international weather research. The only direct evidence thai I joint chiefs of .staff in llXi? rce- Executive dies MEMPHIS. Tenn. Thomas J. Squires, a senior executive with Holiday Inns, Inc., died here. He was CO. Squires, a former resident ol London, OnL, was assistant di- rector of systemwide opera- tions for Holiday Inns, lie serv- ed as vice president of the Canadian Cancer Society be- tween 1957 and 1970. weather modification techniques have been used in Indochina comes from (he Pentagon Pa- pers, the defence department's once-secret history of the Viet- nam conflict. The documents say the U.S. ommendcd weather modifica- tion as one of seven options to the US. The papers de- scribed a weather program over La on, code-named Operation Pop-Eye, a.s an attempt "to re- duce trafficabilily along infiltra- tion routes.1' Home Recipe Plan Takes Off Ugly Fat It's Birople how one may lose pounds of unsightly fat right in your own home. Make this home recipe yourself. It's easy, no trouble aL all and costs litLlc. JusL RO to your drugstore and ask for Nuran. Tour this into a pint, bottle Find odd enough prapefruiL juice lo (ill llic holtle. Take two uhlcspoonsful twice a day as needed and follow the Naran Reducing Plnu. If your first purchase does nnl. yon H simple pasy way lo lose; bulky fat and help regain slender more graceful curvea; If j reducible pounds find inches of excess fnl rJnn'l. disappear from neck, thin, arms, abdomen, calves and anklrs return Icmpiy boltlc for your moEey [back. Follow (his easy way en- dorsnd by many who have Iried (his plan anrl help bring back aJ- curves and graceful slendernoss. Note how quickly Iblofll much i bettor you Ctcl. More alivp, I youthful appearing and active. SAUIDG MORE INTRODUCING '4 APPLIANCES by Westinghouse Exclusive at Macleods MONACO REFRIGERATOR MODEL RI133P A at a Low Price. Frwt Iret. 13.1 cv. ft. caparlly. Puruliin on ti.ii crupir. BuHcr compartment. ahtlvti in 10 po- EI9 Only 339' MONACO RANGE MODEL KF233P Automatic Cooking Convenience at Modest Prict. trirmnf. Eiemrnh lift up for city eKifilnt. 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