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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Wodnoiday, August 12, 1970- :0il Tuuker Experiment Failure To Be Moved By Pipeline By I1AVK Md.NTOSII OTTAWA (CP) The copse sus of luiowlcdgCiiblc officia here is Ihal (he Manhattan e: poriment, aimed at finding ii economic sea route through t! Northwest Passage, lias failed. Gas and oil will be move from the North Slope of Alask to the United States and Canail by pipeline, not by tanker, ai thorities say. The possibility i not ruled out, however, tha eventually oil may be snippet by submarine tanker under the North Pole to Europe. The Manhattan, a huge tante: assembled by Humble Oil Co. o the United States, made i through the Northwest Passagi Alterte Judges Busy People CALGARY (CP) A judge could be appointed shortly to handle an inquiry into the mis- use of public funds, Attorney- General Edgar Gsrhart saic Monday, but the province is having difficulty finding a jus- tice with time to handle the case. The timetables of most judges were filled, the minis- ter told a news conference, and the city's request that the justice be from outside the Calgary region complicated the task. The city asked several months ago for an inquiry af- ter t h f t s were discovered from the transit system and a police investigation indicated there could have been similar misuse in other departments. last summer, but not by tl route the company wanted. The sliip could not brca through the ice north of Banl Island and had to go throng Prince of Wales Strait, Caira dian territorial water. And there is evidence the Co nadian Arctic is cooling and til iee getting thicker. FHODDED KESEAnCH Officials say the Manhatta project might have failed in on way but that in another it was success. It acted as a prod t Canada to resume arctic del ence research, dropped year earlier mainly to conserv imds. In all eases, it will not be enough simply to pick up thi where it was dropped Hany of the results1 which hai >een put to paper were sent k he defence department incincr ator. Robert F. Wilkinson, direc or-general of the defence re- earch board's Ottawa labora- ories, says arctic research is ping expanded, particularly in tie fields of surveillance and re- onnaissance. He said in an interview that nore work will be done on neans of detection from the air nd on automated processing evices to handle the mass of ata picked up by aircraft sen- ws of various kinds. IAY JOIN PROJECT Mr. Wilkinson also said Can- da may join the United States- its project known as AID- IX, for arctic ice dynamics hit experiment. The purpose is investigate intensively about 0 square miles of arctic pack Russia now has four manned research stations on dviftin arctic ice. Dr. Geoffrey Hattorslej Smith, a defence research boar glaciologist who has led mor than a dozen expeditions to E lesmerc Island, Canada's nios northerly land mass, suggests that a period of worsening se 149-Year-Old Clmrcli Razed ST. RAPHAEL, Ont. (CP) St. Raphael's, believed the old est Roman Catholic church ii use in Ontario, was dcstroyeacity of was built with nit tie use of nails or pillars Voaden pins were used for con- truction inside the building anc a network of solid wooden beams took tie place of St. Raphael is 25 miles north- east of Cornwall. TO AUCTION OLD COINS SUDBUHY, Ont. (CP) ive trunks containing 85.62 in coins belonging to a nan serving a prison term for raud, will b e auctioned off ug. 19 to compensate two idows he defrauded. The 500 pounds of coins belonging John Arthur McWilliams, 52, Toronto, who was sentenced 1966 to lOii years in prison r defrauding four women of ice conditions appears In store for Canada's arctic islands. In an interview, ho also posed the question of whether the ice shelf attached to northern Elles- Ward Hunt ice shelf ba considered Canadian territory. Where did ice extending from the land leave off and sea ice begin? Dr. Hattersley-Smith says Canadian arctic summers began worming up a bit after 1925. But in 1962 they started getting colder again. CORE THE KEY He says this may be only a cycle and not the onset of a new ice age. He suggests that a deep core of ice be taken from the ice cap near the Otto Glacier on Ellesmere. In this core could be read the last years of arc- tic weather. In May, Harold Serson, an- other arctic DKB expert, ac- companied by Michael Sprin- kle of Quebec City, a MeGill Jniyersity summer student, travelled 650 miles in 18 days by snowmobile along the north and vest coasts of Axel Heiberg Is- and, which lies immediately zsst of Ellesmere. He found Nansen Sound1 be- ween Ellesmere and Axel Hei- erg plugged with no ign of the sea ice moving. This is one indication it is get- ng colder in the Arctic, Mr. erson said in an interview. New icebreakers' may have to a designed for the Canadian Vrctic, he added. Mr. Serson also found two oating islands. For 18 years iey had been charted on maps, ased on aerial photography, as lands but turned out to be ock falls from cliffs oating about on moving ice. je selec- tion of Graduate bras for to 36 B. Enter your name and you may be one of the lucky winners of a Bonne Bell cosmetic kit valued at 3 draws will be made August 15th, August 29th and Sepfemer 12th. Entry forms are available in the Foundation Dept. Woetco POLE LAMPS Bright Ideas to Light Your Home! YOUR CHOICE A distinctive grouping of pole lamps that capture all the elegance of modern styl- ing in their smooth, contemporary lines. All are floor-to-ceiling models with brass centre area and brass or brown ends. Choose (A) 3 lights in white ribbed glass, (B) 3 lights in colored glass, (C) 3 light! in multi-colored crackle glass. Play Lovable Laff Lines "STAINED GLASS" TIFFANY SWAG The timeless beauty of these swags will reflect your good tasfo for many years to come. Available in three distinct styles. Choose Mulfi Grecian Key Tiffany, Fleur-de-Lis-Ulfra Tiffany or Fruit Tiffany Swag. Included: swag kit con- sisting of switch, decorated hooks, toggle bolts, brass chain and 17' wire. Shades of hand-decorated multi- colored plastic. 15" size. if ASSORTED FRAMED REPRODUCTIONS S16 Eighteen beautiful framed ways fa change the appearance of a dull room. Modern florals and scenic designs in 24x36" to 32x44" sizes. Custom frames of embossed gold color or wal- nut finish with linen-like liner, or heavy carved Sp'anish style. 12" SWAG LAMP Styled with today's young moderns in mind. Available in Amber crackle glass 15' long chain with brass top S parls, decorated swag hooks. Great for den or living room. (Not Exactly As Illustrated) ONE-LIGHT CHANDELIER Let it turn on in your den or dining room. Delightful, in polished brass and crystal, wifh a shower of 'oak leaves.' 12" spread dropping from 14 Jo HANGING MIRRORS The easy, elegant way 1o add light and spaciousness to any room in your home. AH mirrors shown have plastic that look like antiqued wood. RECTANGULAR MIRROR antique Ivory with O Gold color overlay. OVAL VANITY MIRROR in antique Ivory C7 or Walnut. I OCTAGONAL MIRROR antiqued Ivory O OX or Walnut. O.CH- CIRCULAR MIRROR 26" diameter antiqued Ivory O OX or Walnut. DOOR MIRROR For top- to-toe good grooming. 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