Winnipeg Free Press Newspaper Archives Dec 3 1970, Page 58

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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - December 3, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaSt winning free Ness thursday. December 3. 1970 Lake fish diet limit set by Ron Sudlow Thunder Bay ont. Up sportsmen should not eat the Lake fish they catch More than twice a week because of Mercury contamination the Northern Ontario tourist outfitters association was told tuesday. And pregnant women should not eat the fish at All or. R. B. Sutherland of Toronto chief of the health studies service of the Ontario health department told delegates. Or. Sutherland said the cur rent acceptable level of Mercury contamination .5 parts per million contains a safety Factor which considers the effect Mer Cury contaminated fish have on people who eat it As a steady diet. He said in an interview later that he referred Only to Lake species not offered for Sale. Commercially marketed fish Are checked by health authorities to ensure their Mercury Content is below the acceptable level. Or. Sutherland told delegates excessive Levels of liquid Methyl Mercury the form of Mercury most harmful to living or the thalidomide problem of the 1960s, which resulted in deformed children being born to mothers who took the drug during pregnancy. Many fish Camp operators located on lakes where Mercury Levels Are above .5 ppm but below one ppm asked whether the acceptable level would be raised to one ppm As it now is in Sweden. I would certainly hate to see the current level or. Sutherland replied. The United states food and drug administration May lower its level to .2 ppm if some of the research now under Way proves the acceptable level in the u.s., where 33 states have imposed regulations regulating eating of contaminated catches is .5 ppm. Or. Sutherland participated in a panel discussion with Ken Loftus of Toronto who said Mercury pollution May Only be the forerunner of other forms of pollution. Next year we May be feel ing the restrictions imposed on our health and on the capacity of our environment to produce fish and wildlife by another said or. Loftus a fisheries research scientist for the provincial department of lands and forests. It really seems to me that Mercury is Only a symptom of a Large mistake we must All share responsibility for. We have not been paying the full Cost of the goods and services we have received demanded or insisted we had a right to. We have not recognized that there has been an Environ mental Cost which we have not paid and on which debt has been accumulating. It begins to look As though we will have to pay Back our debt and that the interest has been Stratford troubles aired Stratford ont. Up Tom Patterson founder of the Stratford festival. Monday night called for the resignations of William t. Wylie general manager of the festival and or. Ian Lindsay president of the Board of governors. Or. Patterson who resigned from the festival last year made his Appeal for the Resig nations in the final statement of his speech at the festival s an Nual meeting. May i Appeal to the general manager and to the president of the festival for your Sakes. For Stratford s Sake for god s Sake or. Pat Terson said. His speech aroused the loud est applause from the 300 at tending the annual meeting which usually draws fewer than 25. Or. Patterson outlined what he termed the unhappy state of the Stratford theatre organization. He said much of the blame lies with the commercial Atti i tude which seems to have taken the idea that we can pose of the philosophy which created this Miracle and re a place it with a Standard me j Diacre Semi commercial Region 1 theatre approach is wrong.7 j or. Lindsay who was not available later for comment on i the request for his resignation said at the meeting he had to agree with much of or. Patter son s speech. 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Built in mechanical timer automatically tells you when your picture s ready. Transistorized electronic shutter. Precise Triplet Lens that can use optional Niters. Double image Rangefinder viewfinder for easy focusing. One of the most sophisticated cameras you can give for under si20. Takes indoor Black and White shots without Flash. Built in development timer. Paws tace foldaway Rangefinder viewfinder. Four film Speed settings. Handles a whole list of optional accessories such As close up and portrait attachments. How automatic can you get built in electronic timer starts counting automatically when you pull out the film packet beeps when your picture is perfectly developed. Takes automatic time exposures up to 10 seconds. Electric Eye and electronic shutter. Single window Zeiss Ikon Rangefinder viewfinder. Handsome All Metal body with brushed Chrome finish. The most self sufficient camera in the world. Snap on electronic Flash. 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