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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Sclurdcy, Apil 11, U1HMIDGE HUALD Instant Basement Unveiled In Calgary Ceremony "CALGARY (CP) Nu-Wesi1 Ltd. demoutrated new accept in borne nactruc- tioi, u nUnt basement. CaMlling of precast con- crete pueb, the btwmrai was insUIW ia eight hours. It al- Vwi immediate backfill- ing anud the foundation, fiiffl- iutnt a or eight day watt far a poured iiscrclc to cure. The panels were set into a previaiify pound stepped foot- ing, fajbued with Untbott eoattdjaa and sealed with poty itrqjpuig aDd PreulCDt Ralph T. Scar- fidd toid a Dew's euifaeuce then an three advantages to the Builrtfnp go faster by dim Luetiag the wait [or concrete to cure and lie ean be erected b sub-zero matter when concrete cannot be pour- ed. A truck equipped with a small craDe can. transport all material to the housing site lift the pudi into position. The pre-east batemmt idea was first tried in Canada in a mevch project at Kjtcbeoer lad year, sponsored joiatly by the National House Builders' Association and Ceotrai Mart gage and Hncug CorpontiOB, Nu-Wed made improvement and is the Bret builder in Can- ada to make the hieymm available to home purchaaen. vowing Market Predicted For Untapped Oil Reserves fflerecutk WSMANCE IS JUST NOT MflT OF OW BUSINESS -rr is out ONIT BUSINESS Phone 327-3009 CONN VAN HORNE JACK WAMUffTON S07A 7th STREET SOUTH of Truth: IT IT VAN PELT CUSTOM INTERIORS LTD. LFTHBJtrDGE 1 envy those more skilled than I In VM of word, and phratM To render thanks for received AT divers and simple words will ai well Mv thinking to reveal; I know rh'ey canrtot fail fo ihow To You the way I feel. For 1 am deeply grateful, lord. For blvuTngn of a tori. That in the Malta each new day all too shod. J. ARNOLL MOOREY Farm Auction Sole 21 South of Fart MacWod Govt. (BliM Trail) rUn 1 Wat and 1 mik Smith, or 1 mite MMtth wid 30 mila En, of nnchv Crack (foBow FRI. APRIL 24tfc-l A.M. TtUOCS AND TRAaORS 3-torl 19U truck with grain box bnd 11-Wn Henn tporii lire and hmvy duty trarltr hitch, tap condition- onlr milts; 1032 Cau T radar dual hydrWiu, 'dual prcuurlzed cab, wtlghfi, flwring and brabei, fluid In extra oil, getwrotor gauOM. Only 353 houn. 102 Senior Maucy Karrii tractor (1944) with Chryiler Induitrlal powir unit. Thli tractor In rvp rnechanTcal. condition. MBCEUANEOUS FARM EQUIPMCNT 200-Gal. lank with hoM and melol Hand; 500-Gol, (300 pliri 200 cornparlmenl) with itand, horn end IKJC Ht up. 150-Gal. field tank with McNaughr pump and mounred on H.D. hvo-wheel trailer with tool box; 100- 'Gal. propane tank and regulator; 24 cait pickup fingeri; Hydraulic jack; 825x30 truck chajmj'Wayniotttr for grain auger) 3-bumer propane OHiet' land .Fnarker. FARM MACHrNERY 19o] Model 1010 combine, pickup-power itwrlng- and knffe-ifraw chopper-aFr condifian'td cab-V-t Chrytler power unit. Uied for 3500 ocrev In lop condilTon; 19o6 30-ft. Case tullivator, ?owerlirt Wingt-hydroulk lift, new condition) 14-ff. I.H.C. cultivator power lifl) Ver- 18.fl. iwather In good condition; 1964 31 ft. (3-7 ft.) drill with hitch, all hydraulic fertiliier bexn (top condh 1969 34 fl. Morrii Rod Wxder, powerlitt winei. Culti- vator ihovel artachment mounted on centre tection to'dig up Tire trockt. New condition; 1968 Sproyer, Venatib with flat tank, 300-goT., tandem wheeli, ol-ft frame tupport beorr.i with Colter wheeh. New condition; 1969 50 ft. Set chain Harrowi new condition, 30 ft. hitch, folding type with old Diamond Harrowti 20-lt. Edwarei Rod Weeder attachment; 16-ft. Speedy Rod weeder artachmenl; goad con- dition; 1965 29-11. Mcjluo groin auger. 11 h.p. motor. In top condition, lO-it. Drill box filler auger, U-volt motor, new condition; 6-tl- Cockihurl One-way HOUSEHOLD BFECTS Bathtub (leg Double link laundry tub; Electric refrkjeralor, goad condition; Colerrwn comp itove; Natural Gei Radiant; Vacuum lawn mower; Mnicellaneou! nemi. SHOT EQUIPMENT Air comprenori 8-ln. table ww; Drill preii, wall mounted lo ]-in. sire; Double wheel heavy duly grinder, Ilectric Welder-Heavy duty for continuous welding; Heavy duty Bearing pulltrj; 10 in. Gear puller, Set H-ln. drive 2-Heovy bench viwj; Set melol bih> for poil fower lakeolf tire pump; Tow coblei ond lodging choim; drill; U-ln. Electric drill; h.p. heavy duty electric molors; or Oil pumpi; ?j.in. lo I box end, open end Brosi pipe {lore tool. Stud extractor; Surveyor's level; 1-ton chain blocV; 3-Choin boomen; faint jproyer; Spray gun lo clean motors; Top and Die let; Many other shop (term ond repair parts; JatVall Jack; I.P.M. gauget; Anvil on metal itand, 3-Tool boxes, Centre punchei, Film Hammeii, Motor Mechanic! looli; Feeler Ch'seli; File bruth-s Greaw gunl, Fire exlfnguiiher, Copper luting; Valve lifter, Ring compreuor, Pick; Crow ban; Gai cam; Grease filer; Funneli; Oil cam, Pipe; Wrench, 4-24" Jcuare., Jumper cobles; 300-lbi. gold; Waihen; New ond complete kit of repair, for Swcrther, New Cylinder Chom for 57-ft. Money combine, Groin ihovels; Garden looli, Complete repair kits for high ipeed thorns, etc; 34.fl. Over. head door frock BRAIN 600 Bui. Foil Wheouleoned end Irealcd. 100 lus. Thatcher Spring Wheol. 100 Bui. Pol liter Barley. LUfKH SUMO IT MATIilllS IADIIV CIM TORT MACLEOD AUCTrON MARKET HURLBURTca I CALGARY (CP) Dome Pe- roleum Ltd. says rapid growth n demand for crude oil, natural as and lujuefied petroleum gas nd the inability of the United Slates to meet growing demand indicate that Canada will Gad a rapidly growing market for its largely untapped petroleum re- serves. The Calgary-based company says in its annul report that majority of industry fore- asts suggest (hat recent oil discoveries on the north slope of Alaska vill not disrupt in- creasing acceptance of Cana- dian oil in erude-defictenl J.S. Hidwest markets. Dome says the most economi- cal route for transportation of orth dope oil and .gas is Canada or Canadian erritorial waters, a fact which bould inereaM Canada's bar- aining position in obtaining rce access to U.S. Canada's potential recovera- ereserves, using industry-ac- cepted standards, have been es- i m a1 e d in excess of barrels of oil and cubic feet of gas. This compared with esti- mated developed world oil re- serves of WO.OOO.OOO.OOO barrels. Demand for natu ;is has grown at such a rate hat for the first time natural can be sold as fast as it is apped. The strong demand is reflected in a 25-per-coit in- crease during the last two years in the initial purchase price of ;as. DEMAND GROWING The demand for liquefied pe- roleum gas in the U.S. is grow- ing faster than the Canadian supply. Because of the expense associated with the movement if natural gas and liquefied pe- troleum gas from offshore sources, Canada provides the most economical and secure source of supply, to the U.S. ID Lhe last few months, liquefied petroleum gag prices have in- creased by more than M per cent and industry source; pre- dict a long-term treed towards higher and more stable prices'. The Canadian and U.S. gov- enuneDls are currently involved n discussions aimed'at a conti- nental energy policy, under which both countries would adopt comparable import limi- tations and remove all restric- AUCTIOtefHB lions and tariffs on the move- ment of North American petro- leum products. Dome savs a continental en- ergy policy would overcome two weaknesses of informal agree- ments now in effect. It would provide Lhe industry mlh an assured market erilhoul wliich it cannot commit vast sums of money to find and de- velop new reserves, and provide the U.S. with an economical source of supply od which it could rely in lime of enter gency. Plan To Attend These Soles TUESDAY, APUl 14th at 11 a.m. REGULAR ami SALE 1000 HEAD 1000 COMPUTE WSPtlSION GAMY COMtAO, PINCHER CtKK 80 QUALITY STOCK COWS Lxludtr., M fl ltd AnfWi Iteiefenl 4 ynn oW Al ktlrton laketa 94. 11 Palled 4 yeor. old Bred Al lo Domin MetHiew 4P. 30 ef rile above Iwve calvei ef foot. Piw 60 Hereford cewi with alvei at foot from K-lxir tanchei Kolewna, I.e. FRIDAY, APRIL 17tfi 1 p.m. SPRING BULL SALE MEAKFAST AT SHOW AT 10 123 HEAD 123 Mwied are: I Polled 2 year ARMOEEN ANGUS 3 Red 1 yeor' old. 2) BIcKlc 2 year oldi 2 Block Homed 1 year eU> 10 Horned 1 year I Horned yearling 3 2 yecr oUi Albertans Keep Phones Buzzing EDMONTON (CP) Alber- ans completed more than long distance telephone calls in 1969, a 19-per-CCTt in- crease ova- the previous year. This figure was included in a report from Alberta Govern- ment Telephones tabled ui the egisUture. Telephone Minster Ray Reier- son, who tabled the report, said 1969 showed substantial growth and numerous significant chang- i. ACT reported a net income from telephone operaboc in 1969 of Costs of operating the AGT-sponsored radio station CKUA were which reduced the net income to About miles of buried cable and extended ser- vice lo 32 new areas. Psychiatric Examination Suggested ST. JOHN'S, NM. (CP) John C. Crosbie, Inde- pendent Liberal member of the Newfoundland kgisla- turc, suggested today Lhat he and Premier Sraallv.ood submit to a psychiatric ex- amination. Mr. Crosbie was.replying to slattmenU made Thurs- day by Premier Smallifpod on ridio staticm COCM. The prerrJer said Mr. Crosbie sick. Mr. Crosbie said he would like to hive a competent psychiatrist report on his mental health and that of the prpmier. He added: "And I have no doubt u to who Lhe psychia- trist will say is sick, sick, MONDAY, APRIL 27th at 1 p.m. 57 REGISTERED HEREFORDS HOINED AND POLLED 31 BULLS 26 FEMALES CONSIGNED BY: H. Creiton Mclaughlin BrM., Pincher CrMk Kon McOoweTI, Beaver Minei I. Hulit, Couth. WEDNESDAY, MAY 20th 1 p.m. BAR 15 JIMMENTAL 70 HEAD 70 ALL SALES CONDUCTED BY FORT MACLEOD I AUCTION MARKET, KCN HUIIBUIIT Lie. No. 174 AUCTIONEERS no Lie'. No. J. AUEN MKBt Lie. No. 144 ASPHALT PAVING TOUESTRUP SAND end OftAVR KINMTH A, HMUUKT Uc. D, K. McNA. tt. He, PHONE 321-7702 COMING SALES CONDUCTED BY HURLBURT AUaiON SERVICE LTD. .MONDAY, APRIL 13th at 7 p.m. the 3nd Ave. BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. BICYCLE AUCTION SALE TERMS CASH JJTOn Offer 6 Used Motorcycles i JO te 100 ot 4 GT Cyclona High Rite Boyt' 2 GT Cyclone High Rite Girls' Bicyclts 50 Died Bicycles All All maket -All will be) on ditpkoy ill dey Mondiy THURSDAY, APRIL 16th at p.m. REGULAR WAREHOUSE SALE SEE WEDNESDAY'S HERAID FOft USTING FRIDAY, APRIL 17th ot 7 p.m. St. Augustine's Parish Guild AUCTION SALE ST. AUGUSTINE'S PARISH HALL 4th Avi. inc. llth St. S. Ttrmi Good cheilerfield onrf chair; Conlintntol TV V.klng three bruih floor Cheit of diowers; Wringer ..woirrtrj Laundry fubi and ilond; High choir; RocVing chain Sfeamer trunk; 54" bed; Carpet sweeper; Topi] Wadfrto pool; Spice ratkj ToaiCenj lomps; P.adioij tact Magazine racks. Lvggagej Trorsj Rwgsi Piclureii Diihei; CryilaTf Cutleryj lino cVxlJ'j tor wojh; Ornamenli; Bofh- room xolti; Door. MANY MOM ITIM5 TOO NUMHOUS TO WfNTION AU SALES CONOUCTfD IY Hiriburt Aoctiofl Service Ltd. 2nd AVBWI SOOTH Phone 32M70J HO NEWtT KilTH ERDMANN Ut. Ne. 41 U. 45( Wootco This Merchandise On Sale Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Morning Only! QuarrritM Limited. We the right to limit Toddler Boys' Rainbow Stripe Pants Printed drill modern boot leg iryle. Brown, Green, Blue. Sizes 2 to 3x. PAIR 2.99 Toddlers' Perma Press Slocks Boys7 and girls' tapered leg end bool leg styles. Blue, Brown, Aruba, Apple. Siiei 2 to PAIR 2.67 Picnk Plates 9" picnic plain In a handy re< Liable bag with.a drawstring top. 100 to c poclt. Reg. Woolco QQ Price 1.47. NOW Contac C Capsules 1.97 Borlle of 74 loblcti Woelco Price 2.39. NOW 3-Piece Luggage Sets DuBarry luffpoga svts that are lightweight, dvrabie ond-ilyl- Tih. Modern Iravelleri all use DD- Barry luggage. Buy youri at low, low price. Reg. Weeko 39.86. NOW Facelle Towels The double layer lowel for all your houiehoEd needs. WooJco Price .57 NOW Spinning Reels Mitchell 300-or D.A.M. Quick 330. Two of the most popular reeli today. Woolco Price 21.97 and 24.97 YOUR CHOICE 1777 Combination Golf Sets 7-piece Moe Mormon or Jackie Sayen autograph' golf clubn, Brentwood golf carl and march- ing golf bag. bg. Wooleo Price 72.91 SET 59.77 Chrome Chairs in tlurdy vinyl. 3 colon to choow from, Rtg. Woelce 4.52. NOW 3.99 Little Boys'Briefs 100% loft knit cotlon. Propor- tioned fo fit. Machine washable. Sim 2 6x. 3 PAH 447 PACKAGE I Hip Waders Durable -.canvas and rubber con- with adjustable knee har- neii. iizti 7 la 12. 9'xir Tent Roomoner lent by WooJi Bag a Canvai. OuHide Irome (or ea erection, Grey Wo roof. Reg. Wooleo Price M.97 SKOAL Nylon Reinforced Garden Hose 3.97 diameter In 30 fool lenglhi. ONLY Flocked Polyester Pre-Cuts 1 fo 3 yard lengths. 45" wide. Good selection of polferns ond colon TO chooie from. YARD 1.99 GREAT SAVINGS MONDAY 1 1 e.m. SfiCIAL OWI HOUR ONIT McKenzie enJ Ktg, Prke .25 8 MCKS 1 .44 TVtSBAY U a.m. SflCIAL ON( HOUX ON1Y Spring and Summer JvckiU Cojuror anl Nylon Anorl- cd Spring colon. ,Siiel 4 lo if. Reg. Wootu 'Price 3.IJ. NOW 2.94 Open Oeltjr e.m. hi e p.m.I re 1 p.m.) nd rrMoV e.m. te College Shopping Moll 2025 Mayor Magratrr Drive ;