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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta undated by lion. a cloud of pollu- Your Choice Is Simple: Use Air Helmet Or Die SCOTIA, N.Y. (AP) The way some scientists see it, the choice will be simple. Wear a special breathing mask, or die from pollution. That's the prospect for life in the Northern Hemisphere by 1990 if the present pollution rate continues, scientists at the At- mospheric Sciences Research Centre say. Here is tlieir present view of things to come: In persons will die in one metropolitan area of the United States, which will be in- Piiis Shattered By Bixby Team WARNER (HNS) The men's and women's bowling roll- offs were recently completed at the Civic Centre Bowling Alleys. Winner of the men's rolloffs was the Bixby team with Hal- sey Bixby, Ervin Hillmcr, Ernie Hied, John Onda, and Hal Peter- son rolling a total of pins in eight games. Individual high single game on the winning team was Hal- sey Bixby wilh 287 pins. guific high was Har. vey Nagel with 293 pins. Winner of the women's roll- offs was the "Hits and Mrs." wilh Elsie Hied, Dorothy Olson, Marj Barrows, Kay Schatchard, and Bcrnice Collins with l total of Individual single high game was tallied by Dorothy Olson with 281 pins. In 10 to 15 years from now every man, woman and child in the hemisphere will have to wear a breathing helmet to sur- vive outdoors. Streets, for the most part, will be deserted. Most animals and much plant life will be killed off. In 20 years, man will live in domed cities. Even r.ow, the scientists say, there is no more clean air left in Hie United Statto. A six-year search was conducted by mem- bers of the research centre, which is studying pollu lion under federal grants from the National Science Foundation and t h e National Institute ol Health. HAVE NO REMEDY "We have no solution; if wo had a solution we wouldn't be fooling around wilh this said Alfred 40, as. sistant director of ihe centre There are 20 research scientists at the centre. A i r pollution, lie says, has fen increasing at a rate far rcater than the air is able to eanse itself. The last of-clean air cportcd in the United Stales as near Flagstaff, Ariz., but it Record Price Paid For Bull Technology will have taken over! REGINA (CP) Reraitall Cattle Co. of Olds, Alia., paid a record for a shorthorn bull sale. isappcared six years ago hen, Hulslnmk said, air pollu- on from the California coast cached the northern Arizona ity. At the fatal point, Hulstmnk ays, the only solution now ap- >arent will be doomed cities. 'OUXTKYS1DE WILL DIE can put on a semi-space suit and roam around a de- rrtcd and dead country. The Teople will be inside and all liv- ng things outside will be dead. Modify Set-Back TABER (HNS) An appea against a ruling of Taber' Planning Commission met wil a degree of success at a mccl ing of town council The appeal was made by Mrs C. A. McQuarrie. Council allowed a lOfool se back from 54th St. for a res dence. She has requesled it b five feel. The commission's reg illations require a 15-foot sc back. The 25-foot set-back from Highway 3 was confirmed b the council. Mrs. McQuanie ha requested a reduction to IB fee Meeting Set OOAIKALE (HNS) Th annual meeting of the raU payers of the Town of Coalda will be held 8 p.m. Tucsda March 31, in the Kale Andrei High School. completely." Hulstrunk believes the solu- ion will be found; that some- someday man will prevail. But for the near future "we can see no improvement." "We slill see degradation ahead for our entire environ-1 menl." Air pollution's killing agent is a microscopic particle of matter that produces a violent reaction in a test tube, Hulstrunk said. When the particles land on a house or a car they eat minis- cule boles hi the paint. In the concentraled quantities of the next decade and later, he says, they will cause malignanl lung tumors and kill. Hulstrunk has designed "clean air rooms" and a breath- ing liclmcl lo prevent inhaling vnelean air. It is made of a clear plaslic material that fits over the head and shoulders arrd is fastened around the clicst. A filter carried on the back cleanses the air to be breathed. His clean air room is made from plastic material that is in- flated with filtered air before anyore enters it. Worth 30, 1970 THE UTHBRIDGE HERAIB 17 Oldtimers Feted At LDS Centre champion at the purebred show, was contributed by M. A. Drcger of Ixirie, Sask. The 100 shorlhorn bulls sold lor an average c[ By DELIA B. WOOLK llrrald .News Serike RAYMOND (IKS) _ Warm! FoUowjnE ire varietv weather spread the spirit et t e 1 Hlcken J senior citizens: ftomlll s w_ jjfo a day at ihc dance re- Ihour or as long Thirteen couples, men and wish to dance. I which there is enlertamm e n I featuring some ot the best bl- ent in town. pro- Nixon Cuts Head KEY BISCAYNE. Fla. (AP) President Nixon snowed up at Presbyterian Church services Easier Sunday with an inconspi- cuous flesh-colored bandage on his forehead. Associates said it covered a gash he got while boating Saturday during an overnight visit lo Grand Cay in the Bahamas. It was described as "more than a cut" but not tap enough to require stitches. BUYS 3 LOTS COALDALE (HNS) A Left, bridge lirm's deposit for three of town owned lots was ap- proved by council. The firm plans to construct single unit ached houses on the lots. heir wives working appointed by lhe four LDS i rds of Raymond srxl ing to entertain the honored iuesls. This includes all pcqilcj over 65. Dinner, with all the trim- mings, is served at rjxm alter lhe Ravlnolxl dear number the te t Tne 40-voice chorus C. Mary Heggie, Shirley King and Ethel llieken sang sosgs wilh Emma Dahl accompanist. Val- orie and Vi Mccks and the two ycung children Vee Bob and Wl Meets IRON SPRINGS (HNS) -Bat- tersea met at the home of Mrs. H. M. Haney when nine members and one visitor were present. Mrs. W. Kirhi will be the IM. Hill brought a tear to more I delegate to the district confer- Slage 4 Plays COALDALE (HNS) Four ptoys will be presented by the Kale Andrews High School Drama Club and Drama Class at p.m. Wednesday, April 8, in lhe school auditorium. AH the Cobbler, directed by Frank Fealherstone; Broken I ten one eye 85 the songs tool; the listerxrs back a generation or two. After the songs sung by the chorus a light supper was served and the tanored guests taken home, tired but very happy. For a number of these people who have spent most of a life in Raymond it is lhe one time of the year when they leave their pbce of residence for a full day out. For the next days and weeks tticv will talk about Sentence, directed by Mrs. the people who entertained, liam (Gladys) Hart; Spreading the News and Sorry, Wrong Number under the direction of Mrs, Hart will be performed. About 40 students will be in- volved. Jack Bridge sang a number of vocal solos accompanied bv Elaiiie Palmer; lhe trio of high school students, Glen Marshall, Beverly Bridge and Peggy Hic- ken sang; Jearmine Jensen, ence at Medicine Hat. Mrs. S. Larter presented a on textiles ami on fash- Mrs. D. Oliver gave a repeal on wills, estates and taics. Mrs. C. Oliver. Mrs. T. Nolan and Mrs. W. Kirby the prizes. Hie next meeting will be al lhe home of Ilrs. W. Kirby. 700KLVG SCHOOL COALDALE (HNS) A cocking school sponsored by the Lakeview Ladies Fellow- ship of Lelhbridgo will be con ducted at p.m. Wcdnes day, April 1, in the Coaldale Community Hall. Xiayr.e Palmer performed. ?here were square dancers of elementary school age who came from the Third Ward to dance in the floor shw which ntroduced the afternoon danc- ing. The prize waltz was danced >y Mrs. Lyman H. Jacobs and Scott Salmon. During the day there were a number of prizes awarded to the guests. Fifteen special guests came rom out of town. They had for- merly called Rayrnosd home. These pined with lhe more than 300 from town. As they left for their homes the words "God we wiU 3c back next was heard mnny Uires as individuals ex- their personal apprecia- tion to the chairman arid sec- retary of the committee, Mr. and ilrs. Murray Holt. HONOR COUPLE IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Louie Han were honored by the Iron Springs community at a farewell party last week. Many friends wished them well in "their retirement !o Lethbridge. Name Directors WRENTHAM GINS) Jerry George VirginiHo and )avid Christensen were recent, y elected directors of the Wren- ham Curling Club. They succeed Ralph Whitrow, Owen Selk and Charles Branl- ner whose terms expired. The club ended the season with a banquet recently. The wind-up bonspiel ended eark'er the same day with the ry Gorrill rink winning the first event with the Ted Rudd rink runner-up; the Charles Brantner rink with runner-up iUy Culler's rhik in the second event; ar.d the third event win- ners being Greg Metzger and Garth N'ibson rinks. TropKcs were awarded to the six winning rinks. During the trophy presenta- tions the Garth NUsson rink, that represented District 14 FUA in Edmonton was presented with their trophies. The NUsson rink went to the finals in the "A" event when they tost with a very dose game. VISITS PARENTS IRON SPRINGS vid Cox is visiting his parents prior to attending a two-month course at the Forestry Techni- cal School at Hinton. He will return to Fort Vermillion at the conclusion of Ihe course. Got a money problem? Bring it to us! We'll be happy to lend you the money you need for paying buying a car... fix- ing up your home...or solving any other problem. For a prompt loan on terms your budget can handle, borrow with confidence from. Household. Apply for your loan by phone. We'll supply your loan by mall. COhl or 1GIH 1 ICI 1C) ISO IOSJ HvJ 2S91 MONTIIIY PAYMENT PUNS H H II I I! 1 11 I II 113.38 151.17 an HOUSEHOLD Fl LETHMIDGI 506-4IH Avenue South-Telephone 327-1511 (two doori weil ef KrtitM) Ask about our evening hours ON SALE MARCH 30-31 APRIL 1-2-3-4 QflC PWK12' n nnft opES 4PKGS'OlT fflBim 2ms88? DISH DRMNER J TRAY t- PC. MIXING BOWL SET SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY CHEERFULLY REFUNDED ;