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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 39 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD December 1973 John F Kennedy Center fw the Pefformmg D C T John F Kennedy Space Center If P 1 f I'M 10'INFKENNI' West Germany the death of friends will inspire us as much as their wrote Thoreau. memories will be mcrusted over with sublime and pleasing as their monuments are overgrown with The world remembers this friend in forms ranging from banal to imposing most of which seem uncomfortably impersonal to keep his name alive. John F Kennedy Peace Forest Memonat Israel Kennedy Memorial Runnymede England Souvenir tapestry John and Robert Kennedy John F Kennedy International Airport New York N Y A REGULAR GUY Delivering newspapers isn't the toughest part of a carrier's job. collecting for those papers and paying his bill on time simply because he has no control over his customer's response when he comes to collect. He wants to keep his collections on a regular but if you make him call back two or three his schedule is and he can't do his job right. You can help him be a regular guy by having the money ready when he comes to collect the very first time. after shouldn't we be setting an example for these young people when it comes to paying bills on The tethbridge Herald Lougheed Storage dam would welcomes aid industry growth energy talk EDMONTON Premier Peter Lougheed Thursday welcomed Prime Minister Trudeau's calls for a national energy conference in although he said preparation time is short Tor such an important meeting. The speaking in the reiterated his comments made after such a conference was suggested earlier this year by Premier William Davis of Ontario. Such a conference would be desirable and in the public interest. will do our best to get ready to represent the people of EDMONTON Construction of a storage dam on the Red Deer River is es- sential for the expansion of heavy industry in central environment minister Bill Yurko of Alberta said Thursday in an appearance before the public advisory committee of the en- vironment conservation authority. He said a proposal under study by his department could boost the maximum river flow to about 310 million gallons a about seven times as much as the minimum record- ed to date. River levels have fallen dangerously low in re- cent raising fears that the river might freeze solid. The cabinet minister said no decision to build the dam will Keep Christ in Christmas Inserted by Knighlt ol Columbut Chevron CHEVRON STANDARD LIMITED requires i PLANT OPERATOR Chevron Standard Limited Invites applications for the position ol Plant Operator at the Kaybob South Qas Processing Plant approximately 30 miles south ol Fox Alberta Applicants should have previous experience In gas processing or related and should hold a valid Alberta Third Class Steam Certificate Full employee benefits are Including moving assist- ance and transportation. Modern housing Is availble at Fox Creek Salary will be 45 per hour Please submit written application giving full details of age. education and together with telephone number to nWMIOfW Chevron Standard Limned 400 8th AMCHM Alberta T2P OL7 be made until after public hearings next fall and full dis- cussion in the legislature. Estimated costs of the dam is about million Any one of at least 20 sites probably could be used for the he but most study concerns the junction of the Red Deer and Raven about 30 miles upstream of the City of Red Deer Mr. Yurko said the storage dam would provide additional water for irrigation and provide flood-control and recreational benefits He also said reclamation of strip-mined sand and oil from which oil has been extracted will be the major environmen- tal problems in the Athabasca Tar Sands area near Fort about 200 miles northeast of Edmonton. Technology for handling the problem satisfactorily does not exist but there is no reason to delay development of the tar sands for that he added. Provincial and federal governments would be involv- ed in environmental along with the 20-member consortium of oil companies involved in the tar sands area. The Syncrude Canada Ltd. consortium must pay a levy on each barrel of oil to guarantee reclamation said Mr. Yurko. found Sask. A man in this southeastern Saskatchewan community who lost in cash more than a year ago has his money back Police report that a woman sorting through clothing at the Salvation Army thrift store found the cash in an envelope tucked away in a jacket pocket. She turned the money over to Police Chief James McCardle who traced the owner Chief McCardle says the money disappeared when its owner was in hospital and ask- ed his wife to. donate some clothing to the Salvation Ar- What is the Good Of a Good Thing If No One Knows About Advertise Your GOOD THINGS in The LetHbridge Herald CLASSIFIED or DISPLAY ADVERTISING Phone 328-4411 ;