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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta -a-gallon gas 'a real VANCOUVER Gaso- ine at a dollar-a-gallon will be a bargain in 10 says Jerry president of Gulf Oil Canada days of cheap energy are but the prices can be best combated by vigorous exploration and development of new sources to ensure an ade- quate supply for the he said in an interview. Mr. of was here for the company's first board meeting in Vancouver since Gulf's Port Moody refin- ery opened in 1958 He said Can- ada has been living off its known reserves for the past decade. have been few ma- jor discoveries in the conven- tional areas in the last seven 'We've been living on the fruits of reserves found in previous crucial question is whether or not we can get over the period between the time our convention reserves are ex- hausted and the frontier re- serves become The Trans-Alaska Pipeline and West Coast tanker route is a opportunity to provide for the U.S. markets and supply Canadian needs as they Mr. McAfee said. He called en environmentalists and consum- er groups to allow the petrol- eum companies to proceed with developing new sources. In he the lack of co-operation frcm ths NDP gov- ernment has caused the com- pany to reduce its exploration to a minimum. 'Till SELLING STERN'S CUT-RATE FURNITURE 314 3rd Streat S. Phone 327-3024 600-pound gift Vancouver artist Gerhard Juchum has set up his lat- est sculpture of reinforced weighing 600 on the beach at English Bay. Juchum has sent a letter to the city parks board offering to donate the work. How- earlier offers by Juchum have been rejected and his works are now reposing at Port Hardy and Port B.C. Highly luscious B.C. Red Haven flavour-right for fresh summer eating. They're at your grocer's right now and will soon be followed by the popular B.C. Vee Peaches ideal for all your home-made peach preserves. Orchard-fresh B.C. Peaches now through September and cheapest by the box. GOLDEN PEACH PUDDING 2 packages oz. vanilla tapioca pudding leaspoon almond extract 3 cups milk 7 CUp whipping cream or 1 cup apple iuice 7 packer whipped topping tablespoon lemon Fresh B C. Peaches Prepare pudding as directed using the milk and apple iuice liquid. Add lemon iuice and almond let cool 15 minutes Pour into X dish or a 4-cup jelly mould. Chill thoroughly overnight. Whip cream until stiff or prepare whipped topping according to package directions. Unmould pudding onto a plate or platter Ice with the whipped cream or Surround pudding on platter sliced peaches and garnish top with additional sliced peaches. Serves 8. now through September is the time to buy lots of juicy B.C. Peaches for all your home preserving and freezing needs. OUD booklet on preserving and freezing all B.C. iree send your and 25C m com B.C. Tree Fruits Department B C Labor danger seen TORONTO Delegates to a convention of chemical and atomic workers have been told a trend in foreign investment and the dan- ger of a national labor move- ment. W. .J Usery director of the United States federal me- diation and conciliation serv- said that while U.S. in- dustry has invested foreign there has been an up- swing in foreign investment in the U.S. This adds up to a twist on the world he said. For more than 100 Canadian parent corpo- rations own nearly 200 plants in the U.S. Jean ex- ecutive vice-president of the Ca- nadian Labor called for a strengthening of inter- national unionism. The growth of multi-national corporations will render unions he unless un- ions are organized along strong continental or international lines. i He criticized the Committee for an Independent Canada for supporting nationalist organizations which may away at the trade union movement.1' About members of the Chemical and Atomic Workers International Union are attending the convention. AIRPORT TALKS PLANNED LONDON Union and management officials have agreed to meet Aug. 24 in a new effort to ward off a shut- down threat against London's Heathrow Airport. The move followed talks Mon- day at which shop stewards representing airport baggage handlers protested against al- leged harassment by police in- vestigating widespread thefts at Heathrow. Ground workers threatened to j I take physical action against po- lice or security men refusing to show identity cards. They talked of an all-out strike. Shop steward Reg Knott said police lacking passes should be treated Like burglars. be afraid to have a go at anyone you find snooping he told ground work- ers. The protest meeting followed a six-hour stoppage by airport ground staff Saturday after three men were held for ques- tioning hi connection with a mailbag theft. The men were remanded on bail. The dispute has focussed at- tention on a frequent topic of airport amount of pilfering alleged to take place. Customs seize yacht Fla. A million yacht that lawyers say belongs to fugitive financier Robert Vesco has'been seized by the United States customs in a separate for- bidden to sail outside U.S. wa- the Miami Herald reports. I Customs agents seized the 121-foot yacht Patricia HI week when it berthed for re-1 pairs at a Miami River ship- yard. Then on a federal judge imposed the sailing which The Herald says was sought by lawyers for Inter- national Control Corp. of Con- Inecticut. The newspaper says the corporation has brought a claim against Vesco on the grounds he looted the firm while it was under his management. was indicted last May 10 along with former U.S. attorney-general John Mitchell and former commerce secre- tary Maurice Stans on charges of conspiracy and obstruction of justice. Stans and Mitchell were accused of plotting to influence j a Securities and Exchange' Commission investigation of Vesco in exchange for in contributions to President Nivrxn'e rn-oltvtmn pftrtft. FIELDS 318-6th ST. S. FINAL SUMMER CLEARANCE SAT. AUG. 11 LADIES WEAR FLARE and BAGGY PANTS Polyester crimp knits. Solid col- ours. 8 to 1 8 and 5 to 15. Reg. 10.98 to 12.98 PANT SUITS Polyester knits in colours and stripe pattern. 10 to 33 to 42. REG 19.98 and 12.98 JACKETS Selection of casual styles. fully Suedine or brushed cotton. 34 length and battle styles. 7 to 10 to 1 8- REG. to 10.88 SHORT SETS Solid colour nylon shorls multi-striped top. Reg. 3.98 ilh .99 SHORT SHORTS polyester and ny- lon. Assorted styles ond colours. Machine washable. REG. 3.98 BODY SUITS Nylon prints and solid Short or long sleeves. Classic col- lar and jewel necklines. REG. 3.98 and 4.98 T-SHIRTS Short and long sleeve nylon tops. S.M.L. REG. 2.98 ond 3.49 JUMP SUITS Choose from Jacquard nylon stretch terry or denims Short sleeves. S.M.L. REG. 9.98 PANT COATS For rain or shine Nylon jacket in red or ncvy. Pockets ond belted. S.M.L SWIMWEAR Vj OFF AND A great selection of bi one and two piece styles prints and plains. S.M.L. and oversize. REG. 3.98 Vivv to 19.98 to Vivv I to .29 CHfLDREN'S WEAR INFANTS' SPORTSWEAR Final clearance of 2 pc. rompers and sunsuits. All Cana- dian made. 0 to 14 months. REG. lo 2.98 KIDDIES SHORT SETS Nylon 2 pc. short ond top se'. Assorted styles and colours.. 1- 6x. REG. to 2.49 BOYS' SWIMWEAR nylon in solid colours and patterns. 2-6x. REG. 1.99 GIRLS' BATHING SUITS ji 33 One ond two piece styles. Stretch g terry and nylon. 2-6x. M REG to 3.98 B BOYS' T-SHIRTS Assorted cotton and nylon prints or plains. Short sleeve style. 2-6x. GIRLS' T-SHIRTS Short sleeve ond sleeveless style tops. Plain and paterns. 7-14 1 While Quantities Last USE YOUR CHARGEX GJRLS' FLARES Excellent selection of styles. Choose from nylon stretch denim or acrylics. 7-14. REG 3.99 to 5.99........... KIDDIES FLARES stretch denims and ny- lons. many styles to choose from. 4-6x. REG. 2.98 and 3.98 MEN'S WEAR SQUALL JACKETS Bright colourful nylon jackets. Asctd. styles and colours. REG. to 5.98 TERRY T-SHIRTS styles Bright terns. REG io 3.9B crew or V-neck and colourful 1 SWIM SETS Print pattern swim terry lined S.M.L REG. 5.98 and 12.98..... trunks wiih matching SPORT SHIP.TS Polyester knits and polyester blends. Short Patterns and solid tones. S.M.L. f REG. TO 6.98.......... for CASUAL PANTS By G.W.G. and other Canadian Makers. Dis- continued lines in pmwale and ribless brushed denims ond many more. Jean styles. Flare legs. 28-34 for 3 S10 Vi PRICE CASUAL JACKETS Nylons-cords-cottons-denims-polyeslcr ond wool or acrylic plaids. 36 to REG. 9.98 m OQ to 24.95 T-SHIRTS while cotton and as- sorted colours. S-M-L. REG. 'LEVI' CORDS I Cuffed casua' pants. Slight subs. Fine pinwole corduroy. 28 to 36. IF FIRSTS knirs BOYS' WEAR TANK TOPS Sleevless cotton tops. Assort- ed colours. S-M-L. REG. TO TERRY T-SHIRTS Many patterns and colours to choose from. cotton. S- M-L. REG. TO SPORT SHIRTS Warp knit polyester blend. Smart patterns. Short ond long sleeve .styles. 8-16. REG. and SQUALL JACKETS nylon. Good colour se- lection. 8-16 limited quantities. KEG. TO 3.98 T-SHIRTS cotton in white and assorted colours. S.M.L. REG. 79c and 89e CAMPER SHORTS Permanent press cotton. Assorted colours. 8-16. REG. r r 2 '1 QUILTED BEDSPREADS Fashionable throw style bedspreads in Mediterranean motif or floral patterns. Rich thick quilling with high puff characteristics for lightness ond resilience. Contour corners and overlocked seams. red or green. Twin 80x108 REG. Double 94x108 REG. 12 QQ Queen size 100x120 REG. LADIES' SUMMER SANDALS Final clearance of vinyl San- dali in brown or 5-9. ONE LOW PRICE.......... 99 Ladies' All Weather Sandals Fine quality sandalt from Italy ond Brazil. brown or beige. 5-10. REG. and IIUMI 2 ;