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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta March IS, 1970 THE ICTHUIDGE HEUID 3} Experiments In Cloud Seeding Carried Out Scientists, Technicians Make Study Of Alberta's Hail Problem PENHOLD, Alia. (CP) Ex-' in hail and rainfall patterns at I measuring of silver whether perimentsin cloud seeding ground level ES reported by the tions as low as one part silver I niques similar to whicb, it is hoped, will lead to voluntary obscrv- to parts water. elsewhere cloud seMme tech- alleviatijig the hail menace this summer have been carried out in Alberla midway between Cal- gary and Edmonton. A group of about 60 scientists, technicians and university stu- dents from many parts ot Can- ada and the United States as- ing network. Precipitation samples are taken by a fleet of trucks di- rected by radio to intercept the storm path. These samples are analysed by the Desert Re- search Institute in Reno, Nev., sembled at the Alberta Hail Studies Project Centre, Cana- dian Forces Base Penhold, for concerted attack oa hail prob- lems. Hail causes estimated dam- age Of to to Alberta crops annually and since 1936 the Alberta Hail Studies Project has been gather- ing data in an effort to deter- mine causes and behavior of hail storms. This data led to the tests in cloud seeding. In cloud seeding, tiny part- cles around which hailstones form are injected into the cloud. Silver iodide seeding flares pro- duce up to of these minute nuclei a second, and the nuclei arc injected into a storm cloud. After a selected storm has been seeded for about 15 min- utes, it is observed closely by various teclmiques developed bv the Alberta Hail Studies Pro- ject. LOOK FOR EVIDENCE Evidence is then sought for a consistent chain of events through external visual and stereo cloud photography, through changes in !lic internal slorm structure as determined by radar and through changes Special Easier Music CHEC radio is to provide commercial free broadcasting Good Friday and Easier Sun- day on bolh AM and FM out- lets. Special programming has been scheduled for both, with the FM schedule in the after- noon slots, from 3 pm., offer- ing Easier classical music. Friday the presentations will include Polish composer Kry- stoff Penderecki's mod e r n work, the Passion and Death o! our Lord Jesus Christ Accord- ing to St. Luke, and Italian composer Rossini's S t a b a t Mater. Easter Sunday's program will feature oratorios by Bach and Schulz. The nighily Music Factory will not be affected. The AM schedule for the two days will highlight lighter music, commercial free, by well known artists such as Manlovani, Joe Stafford, Andy Williams and the big bands. where techniques ill be effective The experiments will comparison with unseeded a, M storms in an attempt to gain under greater understanding of what effect storm seeding can achieve. Canadian conditions. South-central Alberta provides an excellent testing ground be- The ultimate aim of these cause of the high frequency of Alberta Hail Studies Project records show that it hails somewhere within i 90-mile radius of Penhold an average of 65 days each summer. The good visibility at the high alti- tude, the road grid, the high density of farms and espe- cially the radar and other fa- cilities at Penhold make this centre attractive to many groups. Several research teams from the United States have worked on the project during the last two years. The Meteorological Service of Canada also provides bread support to the project in the form of forecast services, personnel, instruments and other special services. The Na- tional Research Council has the Stormy Weather Group veloped and is continuing to im- prove the weather radar facili- ties of the project to the point where its unique features now make it one of the in the world for studying hail storms. Most of the analysis of the field observations arid the build- ing up of i theory of storms and hailstone growth is conducted of McGill Univeisity under con- tract to the Meteorological Serv- ice. UNSAFE FOR HEARING Sound experts in the United Slates estimate that between and indus- trial employees work under con- ditions unsafe for hearing. seeding tests is to determine I haiL SUDDENLY IT'S VALUES GAINERS, SWIFT PACKERS SMOKED PRICES EFFECTIVE THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 27, 28 OCEAN SPRAY WHOIE OR JEUIEO APPLE JUICE CRANBERRY SAUCE APPLE SAUCE BURNS SEMI BONELESS Skinless, Fully Cooked Ib. BURNS PRIDE OF CANADA OR GAINERS CAPTAIN CABIN No waste, fully cooked ib. 1GA TABLE RITE RED BRAND 7-Bone, Club or Sirloin Ib. TRIPLE S HAMS BONELESS HAM STEAK TABLE RITE RED BRAND RUMP ROAST Or ROUND GARLIC SAUSAGE COIL BACK BACON BY THE PIECE 4 IB ASSORTED JELLO 3-OZ. PKCS. EACH GREEN GIANT NIBLETS CORN Pension Plan Sessions Set The manager of the IxHh- bridge district office of the Canada pension plan, J. C. (Fern) Bouchard, has an- nounced the following itinerant offices: Cardston, town council chambers, March 26, to p.m.; Nanlon, town coun- cil chambers, March 25, 10 a.m. to 12 noon; Clarcsholm, town council chambers, March 25, to p.m.; Fort Mac- teed, town council chambers, March 26, 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Anyone wishing to take ad- vantage of this service is cor- dially invited to do so. The field officer will answ-cr queries on the Canada pension plan, old age security, and the guaranteed income supple- ment. He will also provide as- sistance in the filing of applica- tions lor benefits under these programs. 12-oz. tint YORK CHOICE PEAS OR CORN NALLEY'S TANG 14-oz. tins 5J1 YORK FANCY PEACHES HALVES, 14-ox. tins 2 55" 12 for 3.19 12 for 2.99 IGA DAIRY SPECIALS MILD CHEESE 69c CHEEZ WHIZ Kroh' iar 1.49 ROILS pkg. 2 (or MARGARINE Top Volu pk9 RED GOUDAS Kraft 6-ei. IGA FROZEN FOODS Strawberries FroMr Volt f I Vegetables PKS ....TOWpkg. 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