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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta December 4, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 6i BUSINESS po to reach BOULDER, Colo. (AP) The United States will, have a robot population of about by 1980, but few if any of them will be able to rom-pele with their human masters as in science fictions movies, says a senior researcher for the Dow Chsmi-cal Co. nuclear weapons plant. ,Inv V. Belcher has been studying and testing robot prototypes for three years for possible use in dangerous plu-tonium-lnndling jobs at t'.ie Rocky Flats plant, where triggers for atomic missile warheads are manufactured. "There are close to 700 robots in USR in this country now." he said, noting most handle only simple industrial assembly line jobs that are too heavy, dangerous or boring for "They can stand in front of a hot furnare or a press, loading or unloading something, sometimes more efficiently, accurately and safely than a man." He said a robot differs from a simple piece of automated machinery in that it can be programmed by its computer to perform different tasks rather than only one function. Currently, few robots in use even faintly resemble humans. have only one arm, no legs, and no heads on their shoulders, says the engineer. And most are big and immobile. "And I don't think it's going to be anytime in the near future that robots are going to be able to think like Mr. Belcher W LA, Ql BIRTH STERLING Bill and 5L 9 J vl lO 11 _ 1st v DEATHS IRON Passed away in Cardston on Friday, Dec. 3 1971, Mrs. Minnie Iron, at the age of 87 years of Cardston. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. ,neral6f IN MEMORIAMS PEARSE In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Arthur, who passed away December 5, 1969. "Gone, but not forgotten." remembered by his loving wife Edna, son Ray, daughters Bernice and Faye and families. 4515 LEARN THE ANCIENT SCIENCE OF Soul Travel. Wrilc: Etkankar, Box na, Lelhbrldge. OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR CHANGE OF NAME CANADA PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Notice is hereby given that 1, WILLIAM GREGOFSKI, otherwise known as WILLIAM ANDREW KREGOSKY, cf !32 15th Street North, in the City of Lethbridge, in the Province of Alberta, barber, intend to make application to the Provincial Secretary, under (he provisions of The Change of Name Act, 1961, (or changes of name as follows: 1 For a change o! my name to William Andrew Kregosky. 2 For a change of my wife's name from KATHLEEN KREGOSKY to KATHLEEN KREGOSKY. William Gregofski William Andrew Kregosky GRAIN TRUCKING business. Tandem truck and equipment. Selling due to health reasons. Vulcan and area. Write Box 98, Herald. YOUNG MAN DESIRES MEETIHo LADY 16 to 21. QUIET. ABSTAINER. Wrilc Box 94, Herald. PROFESSIONAL SPEECH WRITER offers limited confidential service. Social, commercial, pollllcal. Researched where necessary. Box 109, LUCRATIVE ENTER-tainment business available, Letn-bridge. Moderate investment. Suit-able family operalion with excellent expansion opportunities. Wilt nel per annum to operator. Write Box 99, Lethbridgc Herald. ALCOHOtlCS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Phone 337-B049 or 328-3244, alter SALE CORRAL CLEANING but ness Llfce new machinery. to SIOO.ODO gross sales potential per year. Exclusive territory. Choice drive-In with trailer court, located on Trans Canada Highway No. Three. Large laundromat with dry cleaning department. Ladies' fashion store In large southern Alberta town. Garage and service station with restaurant on hard-surface highway east of Taber. 10 lots. Full price Ideal opportunity for tamily. Second hand store. Going business concern. Complete with large building and stock. Two bay car wash, in Coaldale. Gontl oqu pmcnf. Cinder block building. Large growing store, in thriving southern Alberta town. Complete with stock and building. OLIVER HANDLEY REAL ESTATE MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE PHONE L. S. Handley 3-15-3534 Roocr Hand ey Fred Burton TEENS Are YOU living with 0 problem drinker In vour home? There Is Ing and help lor you Phone Jean 327-8340, Marilyn Jane -1i-B972 Pincher Creek) arc please0 Piiy Hi" balance within one week n il.iys) fitter nnllfknlion nf ac-Cfplflnrp l.y thp Pirciwinti Afient. me liifi'icM (ir any tender not necessarily (ICCCplOiJ, W. Ponrth Purthaiind Aflf-nt City of HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT MAINTENANCE BRANCH SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to o'clock Standard Time on Friday, December 17, 1971, for the construction ot the following work: Secondary Read 940 Entrance to Grande Cache Secondary Road 731 Hlnton to Luscar Gravel excavating, crushing and stockpiling cubic yards Contracts and Specifications may be obtained at the Office of the Chief Malnten a n c e Engineer, Highways Bui ding, Edmonton, Alberta, the of the District Engineer, 1707 6th Street N.W.. Calosry, Alberts and the Office of the District Engineer, Administration Building, Lethbridge, Alberta and will be available only to Individuals domiciled, registered and operating In the Province of Alberta, or to partnerships or corporations registered and operating In and who have established a fixed place of ENQUIRIES REGARDING PUPPIES stud services. Registration of dc.os and club memberships. 345-4574. BATHING, CLIPPING, GROOMING Poodles and other breeds. LETHBRIDGE POOCH AND POODLE PARLOUR 327-8779 MEMORIAM 70LL1 In loving memory nf Bruno, who passed away December 4. liXifi. Nothing hut memories as we journey on, Ixioking for a smile, from n face that is gone. But we keep in our memory the love of the past. For deep in our hearts it was planted to last. Kvor remembered and sadly missed by: Lucille, Echo. Dorna and Jock Dugdale nnd Blair and Margaret Wihn.in. 73 BUSINESS knit these cozies for each youngster on your list. Pat. 7145: chart; directions children's sizes 4 to 12 included. SEVENTY FIVE CENTS (coins) for each pattern (no stamps, please) add 15 cents for each pattern for EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY MEN OR WOMEN FULL OR PART-TIME Turn your spare time Into cash. Own your own vending roule in your area. No sfltinfj, nil routes will he establish. rtl. High quality coin operated fjood credit and bft able to spend 7-15 hours weekly. Small down payment will fjct you started In nnd mlrrvk.v reply, phrnc number, B. v. DISTRIBUTORS LIMITED Dofif. "C" 1U3 TftuniSfih Roflri, Hast WINDSOR 30, Ontario. of Twenty five Dollars (S25.00) will be required for en eh copy of Controct nnd Specifications Token. Each Hid musl be accompanied by a marked c. ifquo or bend equal to 10% cf the Tender. Tenders will be opened in public, The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. I.. H. McManm Deputy Minister of and Transport THE I.KTIinniDOn lIliRALD Renders Mail Limited 60 Street West Toronto 1, ;