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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IETH8RIDGE HERA1D Thursday, November 12, 1970 AND FALL This apartment house complex in the Argentine capital's fashionable Belgrano district has been declared unsafe for occupancy. Police stand guard against return of evacuated tenants. In ihe las! few months at least two of Buenos Aires' modern sky- scrapers have crumbled, killing 35 persons. Many other new buildings have been torn down after being con- demned by ihe government. Nobody has yef determined or given an official explanation for the rash of collapsed buildings. These young actors CJ? donh hear applause 1 WASHINGTON (AP) voung drama students Gal- laudet College don't hear the applause that moves the rest of the theatrical world. They perform in a language ot signs on a silent stage at the world's only liberal arts college for the deaf. While they can't hear cheers they deeply sense appre- ciation from the enthusiastic Thej "They have the same prob- lenis as 'heaving actors, oE course such as motivation and learning their lines. But the deaf are used to movement in their communication, so they can pantomime very easily. "But they have to be taught io convey the emotion of the play as well as its Bccatise of growing public in- terest in the productions, nine sign language interpreters are the audiences mostly other deaf students who quickly recog- raze the play's meaning [school's 725 seat auditorium The stage plays a special role ,0 read aloud the lines for the I in the lives ol the Gallaudet drama students but they have many oC the sarno experiences of actors on the traditions] stage. The chairman of the college's drama department, Gil East- man, describes the deaf as "na- tural actors good too." benefit of those in the audience who can hear. CITY FOLK More than two out of every three Canadians arc- urban dwellers. Some microwave ovens are cleared By G. DAVID WALLACE officials say, is correction of the WASHINGTON (P) The 1 initial failure' to pro- vide for maintenance and repair U.S. government has begun eliminating some of the suspi- cion cast over microwave ovens last January when a survey one-third of the quiek- that would keep the ovens safe in use. -So far, the department of health, education and welfare has issued safety clearances for organizer in Israel JERUSALEM (AP) Meyer Lansky, described by police in the United States as -one of the kingpins of organized crime, is :in Israel on a three-month lour- sist visa. Ait official of the ministry of :the interior said today that Lan- sky will not w i n automatic rights to stay in Israel because he is Jewish. Lansky, 67, and his wife Thelma arrived in Israel in Sep- tember. The official said the Law of Return granted Jews every- where the automatic right to live in Israel, with the excep- tion of certain persons, includ- ing those with "criminal back- ho added. cook ovens emitted excessive I all models of Amana, General radiation. Electric and Toshiba micro- Most important accomplish- wave ovens. The department ment since the survey, federal 1 also has cleared the newest models of Sears Roebuck, Mont- gomery Ward and Westlng- rp house. Working on a model-by- A UU Cl lllie motel basis, officials expect to clear all microwave ovens by the time new radiation emission standards come into effect next fall. I.V USE Art estimated micro- wave ovens are in services in U.S. homes, institutions, res- taurants and vending machines. Another 75.000 arc sold every year. About '10 per cent of the ovens now in use are in homes. The ovens, which generate a type of radiation identical to radar, can bake a potato in four minutes. j I The Florida department of I i health has reported detecting j 1 eye damage among microwave j oven repairmen. Cataracts and burns have been reported from excessive doses of radiation among technicians. Sterility and bleed damage have been re- ported in experimental animals. Last January the government 1 reported a survey showed 51 to i 155 ovens checked leaked more I than 10 milliwatts of radiation, the voluntary maximum stand-1 ard established by the industry j in 1966. Laboratory tests showed some leaking 29 times the vol-! untary standard. Robert Elder, director of j HEW's division of electronic: products said in an inlerview Hlic imlu.itrv was generally pro-: I during fveiis which were safe j coming off Hie production line But the industry was not pre- I pared to keep the ovens safe under the wear and tear o' ttse, .siiiil Kidcr. .Sbme of the worst .-leakage was found in ovens i which were just plain dirty. Loses toupee READING, England John Ellen, made the mis- take of wearing his toupee when he r o h b e ri a bakerv, tic got away with tost his S423 hairpiece the watch- man tried unsuccessfully to de- tain him. The wig was made by ,'m internationally known mak- er ar.c! was stamped with a ser- ial number. It led detectives to Kllen. and n iurige sentenced him to five years for armed robbery. SIMPSONS-SEARS Simpsons-Sears Energy-Cell Gets Y0y Going Reg. Group 1 INSTALLED Guardsman Mufflers -T.99 Reg. j FHs 1953-64 Chev. single exhaust. Guaranteed for fhe life of the car against blow-outs, defects in work- manship or fauitx materials. Guardsman High Performance Shocks 7.44 Designed to give high speed con- trol. Stops sway and rocking on bumps and curves. Get a battery that will get you going every winter morning! A new energy cell from Simpsons-Sears will do it! When we install your Energy Cell we'll also check your regu- lator, generator and starter to make sure they're In top condition FREE. The Energy Cell carries a 36 month guarantee and is also guaranteed to be as good if not better than your car's original battery. Group 1. 1949-54 (most) Chev.. Pont., Dodge and Ply. Reg. ex................ 18.99 ex. Group 18. 1953-66 Volkswagens. Reg. ex............... 18.99 ex. Group 42 1967-70 Volkswagens. Reg. ex................ 23.99 ex. Group 24C. Chev., Pont., Dodge, Ply., Rambler (most) 56-69 and olhers. Reg. ex................ 21.99 ex. Group 29. Ford and Meteor (most) 1956-64 and others. 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