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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-16,Lethbridge, Alberta WtAtMdiyi Jsnuwy 1®* — THI LBTHSW06E HBRAL0 ~ tf* Nuclear blasts may tap heat of earth’s crust By PETER MKtlAELBON    , ! íyrrAWAíCP)-T1»e<aü«f«utta>roltr«portotttlieUinf- tetm euMvy option* for CanidA iiy* It l^y will r^cam- Donibly with miclear «xploctona.    __*» Gonk« Pattenoii Cañad. committ*e    Í^ÍTi/SÍÍ SiibE lievei <levetopmeot of (eother^ energy » n»w for CwwUi than devdimeiit rf »olar    ^ .j^ ‘ Dr. Patterson is dlitctor of «WW»    ^ ■ - ■ ' ‘-'-man of toe LIT. ravwawM w w.v-v-- — University ol Toronto and chalnnan The ■ ---------------- ! Gonunlttee. i^ih» tio ^ tejbe 1° >• I to the government when it i* cwnpieiea I **Hwever,lhego»™*nti^ vi^tVienna Feb. w and tl for a Oub of Rome meeting which has solar energy discussionB hi^ on its agw^-    . Techniques for Upping thermal heat or closer at ha«Mi thMi methods for converting sol« useful «»igy. Dr. Patters™ said in a telephone interview. I ^'rh^fe^^pt«« of sotar the southern re»ons of Canada, two-thiids as strong ifs it is throughout the United States on hitherto sources in nonvolcanic areas, 00 the other hand, would not be I Canada new developments will roalie it possible to I artificial subterrean hot-spots with explosions, including l'*°Kg. »Tm. jw. <* ".I««. |iM3lbl."tt.t.ntey~ri ™« I of deep-lying hot w* exist in most parts of 9®“*‘ _ 1 Dr^e^ said feasiteUty studies have ei^ed P«^ 1 sibilitv of breaking up subterrean zones with nuclew ■ ^oSns STdrciiating    ¿S' I temperature rock and pumping it heated back to the surface. However, the dangers of radioactive contaminattcm wttti | such methods were not well established.    ^    ' Another possibility for breaking    ^ derground zones is to pump waier into dnll holes at hi^ pressure causing the rock to crack, he wid. ^    ^ TCrnLisuring the increase of ^mi^atoi« wilhd^to a^ the thermal conductivity of rocks,    „* I f the average rate of flow of heat from the earth s interior at j ,0(S watt per square meter. Illegal postal strikes m^y spread this year Only woman governor resigns _______ ^ . ...    .. ...........____ hail nnt rhaiu«d from hii tonttlioremen't onioits ST. OBORGE’s, Grenada <AP) - Gov, Hilda Byiioe, the only woman serving as gover-iw in the CMnmonwealth, has submitted her resignation to the Queen, the Grenada government announced Tuesday. The action apparently was proa4>ted by growing opposition to the government of Prime Minister Eric Gairy. A crowd estimated at nearly 12,000 gathered in front of her home Friday. She said in a broadcast that she would ‘if it is the will of the had not changed from his earlier time in office. George Weeks, leader of Trinidad’s Oilfield Wwkcrs' Union, impoMd an embargo on oil shipments to Graada a pressure tacUc against ‘    GariUwan a. Bynoe is anwinted and serves as the Queen’s reiM'esentative. Grenada is a former British territory, became an associated state in IM7 and is to become iDdepen-dent Feb. 7. Street protests began agauist the Galry government after police were reported to have disrupted a meeting last S2, X*K“a“5S!ii o-a«-"“'»' Movement. Gairy, the duef ptditical leader on the Caribbean island in the iMOa, was ousted from office after a government commission ruled that be had misused gov«nment funds. With associated statehood, Gairy again gained power. The opposition, Mnsisting of the New Jewel Movement and the Grenada National party, claimed that Gairy's method of nmning the government kmgiboremen's onioits have been supporting the acUon. Sources reported that about t^thebiu go per cent of the biisinesaes in St. George’s were closed Tuesday, w ship* have been unloaded at Grennda docks since Dec. U. It was our Pleasure to Install the ROOFING For Pruegger’s fine new premises Best Wishes! from HOVEY ROOFING & AWNINGS 1702 • 14H* AkWKM H. PtMM 32T-SM4 YORK HEATINQ AIR CONoÎtIONING NEUKOSHEElf METAL LTD. isiiasamam*. Congratulations to Pruegger’s Music on the Opening of Thetr Fine Newly Enlarged Premises Leaves for House British Prime Minister Edward Heath leaves 10 Downing Street in London Tuesday to address the House of Commons on Britain’s energy crisis. Parliament had been recalled early from the Christmas recess for the Occasion. Best of Success . to PRUEGGER’S MUSIC LTD. In their Grand Opening from NEUDORF PLUMBING HEATING LTD. 1«11-2A¥anu*S. PhOM 32#-«33-3»-SSiS We extend our hearty Congratulations PRUEGGER'S MUSIC LTD. on the Grand Opening of their fine new premises It wae our Pleasure to be the GENERAL CONTRACTOR FIORINO Homes Ltd. 2310 - 28 Street S.    Phone 32t*3611 Lethbridge ' LONDON, Ont. (CP) - Illegal strikes by inside postal workers may spread across Canada this year, Arnold Gould, Ontario director of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers, said Tuesday. "Some officers in certain areas are hearing their mem' bers talk more and more of conducting wildcat strikes and those could move all across Caiuda,” he said. Mr. Gould said the workers fear federal postal authorities will introduce coders at |3.67 an hour to use automated sorting machines without consultation with the union, whose members are paid tft-21 an hour. He said the post office hat unilaterally decided to in' troduce the automated tnl^ chines and coders next month in Regina and Saskatom, and he awed that 17 other major centre are to be included In the scheme. Prueggers opens new music college Pruegger’s Accordion College Ltd is officially opening a new 5,000 square foot addition to its store and college at 530 5th St. S. Wednesday, Thur^y and Friday of this wobIc' The new building and inventory is valued at approximate* ly $100,000. I>ruegger’a has about 300 accordion, piano, organ, drum and guitar students in the Lethbridge area Pruegger's is now a complete music store and college Prior to the new addition uie store catered only to the instruments it tawht With the new addition Pniegger’s will cater to all musical instruments. Bill Pruegger, store managing director, says the new addition has already increased the number of students. Lessons have been given in the new addition since Nov 15. Pruegger's is one of the oldest businesses of its kind in the Lethbridge area The business was established in 1954 C.Í. ^homa$ A SOUND FOR EVERYONE -ÿ' Pruegger's Music IN Ml ttiWM ••Mm ANNOUNCING THE ANHAMULK PRilBOQU Aoewtfion liwtruefor and CsmpHqr Okvctor WILLIAM PRUEQQER Mwwgtng Diraoler MERTON MELLOW Accord km ImtmelM MAROARET HORVATH AccofdMn Inilruetor WAVNE CROPLEV Owllir Inalriiclor of our completely remodelled and enlarged premises PRUEGGER’S MUSIC LTD. 530 - 5th Street S. — Phone 329-3151 To better serve Lethbridge and South Alberta, our modern new premises now features our retail area and studios all under one roof.    , We invite everyone to visit our modern new store during our Grand Opening . . . Many Specials are being featured. Drop In and meet our fully qualified musical instructors ... as pictured here. GRAND OPBNINO Pruegger’s are celebrating the opening of their new store and studios under one roof by offering this fantastic special! Roa cowiE Drufll iMlrucler QAIL PRUEGGER Acc«rdhHi In«lru4l«r A course that is regularly $40.00 NOW ONLY .................. $2999 And thit't Mt III . . . yoM Kl 8 Imsom (om i WMkj ind yea havi ya>r choin of iMlruMRt y««' tiki IWM — iccordiM. nitar ir imt - on Ihr It pndica with. Hurryl Phone Prueggers now at 329-3151 L«Mon« alto avaiiabla for Plano and Organ. ■MHOA KETCNttOM WtMptiMtt REMO «ACEDA Anrfn ifwfriicWf tAHOV CROPLEV INeepHwiW CHARMAIHE IZDELL PttM Md OffMi nwtmew NELLIE OOODIME MMrtlHiMMnMlW DALE KETCHStOH QlllMtttMdto l«HMM Mr puiHUH ;