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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta February W, 1974 LfclHBHkOUE HERALD Commercial viability proven Canadian nuclear reactors widely sought MONTREAL (CP) Canadian-designed nuclear reactors have proven their commercial viability and are widely sought says Dr. A. J. Mooradian, vice-president of Atomic Energy of Canada's Chalk River, Ont., Nuclear Laboratories. Canada's billion atomic power program has proven successful and contracts to build in Argentina and South Korea have been received, Dr. Mooradian told a Sir George Williams University Energy Seminar here. He said the nuclear power plant at Pickenng, Ont., represents a longstep "from the recognition of the potential to the proof of commercial viability." Only two years ago, Atomic Energy of Canada completed the plant 20 miles east of Toronto. Now, Dr. Mooradian said, company and government officials are making a major effort to sell Canadian-developed power plants to Britain. "Indeed, the most important event on the commercial scene since nuclear power was first introduced has been the dramatic success of the megawatt Pickering power station." Splitting headache? No, Paul Chan doesn't seem too perturbed by the sledge hanmmer shatter- ing the bricks on his head, but then he shouldn't be. Paul is a Kung-Pu expert who participated m Kung-Fu demonstrations held in Toronto. Scars SKI CLEARANCE S-100 SKIS, Reg. 19" White Ash, 22 Laminations, P- tex base, ABS top, steel edges. GARMONTBOOT Reg. 24" Fully moulded plastic, parallel sole, white leather lined upper, 5 buckle boot. SALOMON 202 NNMNGS Reg. 26" Step in binding. JUNIOR RUBBER RUCKLE BOOT Reg. 99 12 Sani guard treated, soft felt lining. 2-PIECE SKI SUIT Reg. 19 Polyester fill. NOfWK SKI SWEATER Refl. 19" MARKER TOE PIECE Reg.18.98 6 PLUS ADDITIONAL SKI EQUIPMENT 20% 80% Sportc Centre Sears One of Canada s top suit makers scores again with a triple play tactic and comes up with two winners' First of all there's the knit in a fine, firm waffle stitch Then, the cut and tailoring with fashion details such as top stitching and welt seaming Need we add they re machme-washable- dryable too Both sets have pull-on wide-Jeg cuffless pants'Choice of navy powder blue canary, red white Misses sizes 8-18 a-With sasheo jacket, deep belt tabs b-With tailored blazer jacket I arties suils Simpsons-Sears Ltd. Open daily Irom 930am io530pm Thursday and Friday 930am to 9 00 p m Centre Village Telephone 328-9237 at Simosons-Sears you get The fines) guarantee sePefecPon or money refunded and free delivery OFF SPORTS CENTRE WHERE THE NEW IDEAS ARE Simpsons-Seas Ud Store Hours: Open daily from 9 30 a m to 5 30 p.m Simpsons-Sears you get finest guarantee Thursday and Friday a.m. to 930 p m. Mftvfecfkm or money refunded Centre Viflaoe Man. Telephone 328-9231 and free deBvery ;