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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta HOCKEY WEEKEND Book Now for our Next Hockey Jon. 2B, 29 and 30tlu limited Spaco Available........... ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mall Phono 328-3201 SECOND SECTION Lethbridgc, Alberta, Friday, December 10, 1971 PAGES 17 TO 30 ERICKSEN'S PASTRY SHOP 3rd Ave., M.M. Drivn S. Phono 328-8161 "The Pioneer and Leading Retail Shop in Letlibridge" FINEST QUALITY PASTRY AND BAKERY PRODUCTS ANTI-SUBMARINE TANK? A parks and recreation crew was clearing off a section of Henderson Lalce for skating when the tractor hit a pocket of thin ice 30 feet from shore. The tractor was pulled out of the loke by a winch attached to a caferpillai incident. tractor on shore. No one was hurt in the -Walter Kerber Photo Southern Albertans winners in livestock show By RIC MVTIfAHT Staff Writer Southern Albcrlans won the coveted grand champion bull and female awards at Lctli- bridge's largest Aberdeen-An- gus show, part of the Rocky Mountain Livestock Show and Sale Thursday. WE HAVE MOVED I A. C. Brown and .Sons of Lethbridgc copped the top bull award and tho Cyril Hochstein Memorial Trophy. Mr. Brown also took the first place ribbon in the May-December 1970 bull class with the same animal. Mackenzie Bros, of Mountain View won the grand champion female award and the Frank Slezina Family trophy with his J96S) animal which also took the first place ribbon over 33 com- petitors. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC 222- -5th St. S. SCHWARTZ BLDG. 328-4095 hull and placed second in Ills Hay-Dcccinhsr K170 hull and first in the 1859 bull class. In the female competition, Mr. Glasman took first in the May-December 3970 class and second in the January-April 1570 class. In the special classes, Mr. Glasman took the Ellison Mill- ing and Elevator Co. Ltd. tro- phy for the b-.ill calf ctoss, the Alex Sera Family trophy for the breeder's hero! class arjd Larry Glasman of Russell, the Canada Packers Lid. tro- Maniloba was the big indivi- i phy for (lie best pair of bulls, dual winner, copping the re- He placed second in the hci serve grand award. champion hull fer calf class and the female with calf at foot class. He took the S'oulhern Alberta i Angus Club trophy witii his CtWGK OFFICE 620 13th ST. N. PHONE 328-6868 Came in and see our Christmas selection of ROYAL PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS We also have a good selection of NEW and USED ADDING MACHINES at Frank Slezina of Coaldale wen the reserve grand cham- pion female award and the Al- j herta Aberdeen-Angus Associa- lion trophy. He took second in i the 19S3 female class with the same animal. j Mr. Slezina won the female with calf at foot class and took second in tho bull calf cate- j g.iry. I K. G. Griffiths of Coronation won ihe top honors in the lar- gest single class of Angus cat- tle to be shown in Lethbridgc in the January-April 1970 bull class. There were 27 entires. He also took second with Moltzahn Angus Farm of Ba- shaw taking third. Moltzahns also look three third place ribbons in other in- dividual classes. They the heifer calf elass. John A. Hart of Claresholm won first in the January-April J370 female class. Henry Wieg- man of Fort Maclcdd took third. Judge for the show was Dil- lard Bryce of Big Timber. Ring master was J. B. Mer- rill of Ilillspring and ring an- nouncer was Cal Brandley of Lethbridge. na Independent Canada meet The Lclhbridgc branch of the i Fainveather. Walter Gordon, Committee for an Independent Eric Keirans and Max Saltz- Csnada will he represented at man Iread the list of political i.he first national meeting of .speakers while Peter Newman, the organization in Thunder j .lack McClelland and Michael Ont. Dee. 10, H and 12. j Spencer will represent the lew oilfield found lly JIM MAYHIK "Staff Writer An important now oilfield is being established fit) miles east of which t'oiiM stim- ulate further exploration in southeastern Alberta. Ashland Oil Canada Ltd. of Calgary has drilled 17 oilwclls in (lie last year in what is now known as the Grand Forks field, miles north of Grassy Lake. 'Hie Alberta Energy Re- sources Conservation Board re- ports there arc million bar- rels of oil in the field. Of that amount, about eight million barrels arc recoverable by pri- mary methods natural gas forcing the oil to the surface. Three lo four times that amount is recoverable by sec- ondary methods flooding the formation with water or poly- mer (thickened water) to force Die oil to the well casing. The recoverable oil, a med- ium to heavy oil, is valued at a barrel. The light oil at Pembina, by compai.'son, is worth about a While the Grand Forks oil- field is considered important, it is not a major oilfield. A major field is one which con- tains 100 million barrels of re- coverable crude. Tho conser- vation hoard has set the Grand Forks recoverable at around 35 million barrels based on pri- mary and secondary recovery. The 80.5 million barrels of oil in the field may IK? extended to ]20 million barrels, consid- ___......... ering latest well information. In j drilled in rmim rccoveiy, through second- ary could hit almost 50 million. Value of ihe oil. if there's 120 million barrels in the pool, would be about million. Tiie pcol as it is now estab- lished is a milo wide by five mlies Icnp. 11 lies in a northwesterly direction, begin- ning miles due north of Grassy Lake. While the southern limit of the pool has hocn pretty well designated, its extrem- ity has not determined. Further exploration is tu take place to the north. Ashland's' feeling is that per- haps another 10 cr.uld bo that case, about 12 million bar- rcls would be recoverable by primary methods and maxi- zrsitv wants The university of Letlibridge will ask the provincial govern- ment for a increase in its 1972-73 opcating budget. This would bring its budget up to SG million from its present million. "The increase we plan to ask for is the absolute said president-elect Dr. Bill Beckel. "Any reduction below that le- vel will have a magnified ef- fect on the University of Leth- bridgc and cor.ld seriously hamper our operations." Dr. Beckel said a mil- lion budget would enable the university to maintain its pre- sent operations. ''Even if we get. the Sfi mil- lion, there will still bo culs in various areas incuding ad- ministrative staff and what consider essential student, ser- Hc said where tiic cuts will is ylknu'd fur evcrv BO acres. The field was discovered in IPGJt but the well was not con- sidered that exciting. There was only an oil pay zone nine feet cicep. However, after producing at a good rate for Uvo years. A.sh- land thought the pool might he bigger than it ii'itiripntcd. In 1971, as more wells were drill- ing, pay zones more than SO feot deep were Two drilling now are working in tho area and will continue operating info n e y t proving up the field and reserves. It is hoped liu1 discovery will sUmulde other firms to search Weatherman be made cannot be determined j for pools in .scuthcasteni Alber- until it is known exactly how la, helping tho provincial gov- much money will from the government. coming emment's dwindling oil revp- nues and giving a bit of a boost That should be known by the j to the local economy. end of this month. "If we don't, get what we arc asking for, trouble. "Bui I believe we mil be there Is enough wisdom in the govern- ment to see ing this Dr. Beckel said. Ashland, which is allowed to produce 77.000 barrels of oil month worth trans- ports the crwio by its own pipe- line to ihe Hays terminal of Bow Hivcr Pipeline. It. is sold rthe value orkMp-l10 Pipeline and mivcrsity markets in the V.S. Great Lakes Midwest, region, and Easlcni Canada. Robert Tarleck, secretary- treasurer of the local body, is attending the conference. The election of officers is ex- period to highlight the tliree- day meeting. business segment. Coffee party FORT MACLEOD won't give Brace yourself for a rather unpleasant weekend. Although conditions warrant- ing a storm warning for Thurs- day night didn't materialize, ihe same, system is causing temperature in the area to drop steadily and hover around the zero degree mark for the week- end. The low temperature will lie accompanied by dry air, light j snowflurries and drifting snow, caused by winds from the north at 15 m.p.h. j The temperature tonight Is expected lo go down to 5 below j zero and reach a high of zero Saturday. MOST MATTEH The sun contains more than 99.9 per cent of all the matter in the solar system. CUFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 AND FURNACE AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE Charlton Hill Ltd. 1262 2nd Avo. S. Phono 328-3388 The i tl SOUTHWEST AUCTION SERVICES 2508 2nd Avenue N. Having been favored by Mr. A. O'Neal who Irc'cmd, will hold a special sale. is returning lo DEC. 11 1 P.! Featuring the following household items 2 bunk beds in very good condition; 6-ft. Scaly poslurpcdic bud, like new; Singer cabinet sowing machine; black leatherette hide-a-bed chesterfield; Lane record chest on Shepherd castors; Wedcor stereo tape deck and record player (must be soon to bo 5 month old WeM- inghouse heavy duty war-hcr and dryer, kitchen tcblo with 6 high batkrd floral patterned chairs ,liko new; jewellery box; li'tlo inblf; new rnsord ploynr; metronome; brush set; mo to I book rnds; rave I rloct--; hand vibrator; clutrh In nip, G.B. vacuum rlcnnrr; floor polisher; 2 living room lamps; coffee mid end Inble; guitar; painting; 2 decanters; brass vnsc; pillows and 1055 cushions; hair dryer; hamper; first old kit; samsoni'o suitcases. 6 collectalile Irish coffee glasses; largo fan; hockey equipment; tennis racket; skates; 3 boys' Mustang bicycles; bathroom scales Dcca; drum with accessories; 43 piece let- ting of while Ironstone dishes; mugs; steak platters; cnrv- ing platter; wine glasses; spica rack; electric wall clock; electric mix-mnslrir; toaster; iron; frying pan; pots and pans- cutlory; wine ror.k; glasses; filing case; brief case; wet suit; small portoWc typcwiilor. li Gciucie Double Barrel Shotgun LETHBRSDGE BATT1RY CO. "COLD WEATHER SPECIALS" We are Ihe distributors of "Delco" "Globelite" "Hart" 12 Volt 70 amp hour. To fit Chev., Ford, Pont iac, Dodge, Plymouth, Re m bier. Guaranteed fj QP years e exchange fc 12 Volt 80 amp hour. To fit j1 Chrysler, Buck, Olds, and Mercury. Guaranteed fjC ftp 4 years J exchange LETH. BATTERY 217 12lh St. D S. Ph. 327-5587 j Progressive Conservative Asso- Scnnlor Kcilh Davcy, Gordon'ciaiion of Mncleod Provincial Constituency will host a coffc- Wednesday, Doc. ]5. nt p.m. in the Grannni Commu- nily Hall. Dan LeGrandcur, (lie losing candidate, will be there to thank his many workers in the campaign. LEROY'S PLUMBING AND GASFITTING LEROY Phono BISSETT ELECTRIC (1971) 226 12th St. A N. Phone 327-7508 NOW UNDER THE NEW OWNERSHIP OF LEON J. CZAJKOWSKI AUTHORIZED DEALER AND SERVICE CENTRE FOR Presfolite Leland electric motors Pioneer chain saws -k Lawn Boy lawnmowers if IngersoH-Rand power tools British Seagull outboard motors Specializing in rewinding single and three phase motors! Selection of Imports Leather embroidered winter coats Toak wood tables and Spanish jewellery FINANCING WILL BE AVAILABLE For Further Information Contact AUCTION BARN Phono 327-1222 2508 2nd Avcnuo N. AUCTIONEERS GORDON SHERWOOD BILL HOPE No. 846 No. 845 IS FAMILY DAY of ERICKSEN'S Gourmef Meals Superb Atmosphere Entertainment Miss Valerie Horvath and Eddie Gnandt to p.m. I Tttr oi.n TnADiTioN or wcr-rrnM latndy iedaulant PHONE 328-7756 FOR RESERVATIONS NEW 1600 VW ONLY S66 PER MONTH 1969 METEOR Fully Equipped S179S 1966 VW STATION WAGON Gas Hooter, Mechanically Good S995 1963 CHEVROLET S295 RAEWOOD MOTORS LTD. 3rd Avo. and 16th St. S. Sales 328-4539 Car Lot 328-4356 Pharmacy Fads from O. C. STUBBS Do you remember the old say- ing "An Apple A Day Keeps The Doctor Away''? Well, Michigan curious enough to test this old folk and found there was j t r u t h in what' many people Iiad i i s s u in e d was; mcicly the apple growers' ntlcmpt to sell more ap- pks They test- more than 1.000 .students had them eating apples j daily and found this group actually did have less sickness. They found that tension and respiratory sick colls w c r e noticeably reduced, re- searchers found that the apples' .vitamin C content helped lo I curb normal illness, and they Ihnt there could be nn unknown tranquilizing sub- slanco in the apples which also helped lo reduce nonnnl studcni tensions. lloro at your friendly phar- j Iliacy (Siulib.s, of rmiihi'l, va-'n: 'always glad to give free pro- scription delivery. Just call us fit. and M'o'll ho glad to go into nclion for you immediately. Open daily flr'Jft a.m. lo p.m. Sundays a n d Holidays p.m. to p.m. and p.m. to p.m. just Arrived by Air new shipment of Silver Kid Pumps by Empress for the Holiday Party Season Oso 1 New Black Kid Under Glass Lovely Dress Pumps. For Him As A Gift or to Wftar Now JARMAN SHOES Our quality line in lies or slip onr. Sizos lo 12. Cliooso from Mahogany Black French Calf and Olive Brown. GIVE DAD SLIPPERS Choose; from Packard or Foam in all sires. MEN'S FLIGHT BOOTS Would moke flip ideal gift. Genuine Icalher uppers 100% orlon pile lined for warmtli. CHILDREN'S SHOES Ties CAMM'S 403 5th Street S. ;