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The Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 26, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta M, 1t74 TMI LITMMIDQE HERALD-I? Canada lobby tries to sell power system LONDON (CP) The parliamentary committee that will make an important recommendation on Britain's next generation of nuclear power stations is speeding up its work while Canada con- tinues a spirited campaign to stimulate interest in its Candu system. Canadians working behind the scenes say the longer the British ponder the decision the better Canada's chances of converting "decision- makers" to Candu, the Cana- dian deuteriumuranium reac- tor One Bobcat handles scores of construction jobs! 26 quick change attachments transform Bobcat mto 26 kinds of construe lion specialist' Bobcat does the heavy work the gravel lumber and masonry hauling then quickly handles picky cleanup in- doors and out Four Bobcat models give contractors a wide range of capacities and power options to choose from All mod- els feature positive 4- wheel drive 360 pivot turning fingertip speed direction con- trol and foot pedal hy draulics Theexclusive Bob-Tach system al- lows operators to change attachments in less than a minute- without leaving the machine For the price of a phone call we II demonstrate how the Bobcat can save time and money on the kind pof you do And 'we II show you how it s easier than ever to own or lease a Bobcat I us today Avttorizii OWrifcrtir C md J EQUIPMENT RENTALS 3284765 A spokesman for the all- party select committee on science and technology described as pure speculation a story that the body's recommendations will con- demn as unsafe nuclear re- actors of United States design, which already have won the support of the influential Cen- tral Electricity Generating Board. He said the committee won't even meet to consider the final draft until next week and if subsequent meetings are requested, the report may not be ready until mid- February. Meanwhile, Canadians in- volved in an intensive lobby- ing operation are confident Candu will get a much better hearing when the whole issue comes up for debate in Parliament. A number of MPs who recently expressed in- terest in joint Anglo-Canadian production of nuclear energy using natural rather than enriched uranium, are bound to raise the Candu possibility in debate, they say. Under parliamentary proce- dure, no Canadian or American witnesses were called before the committee, although the American system was hotly debated among British expert wit- nesses. However, J. Lome Gray, president of Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd., will deliver a lecture, and informants say he will seize the opportunity to make a new pitch for Candu in informal talks with the com- mittee and possibly with Energy Secretary Lord Carrington, who will make the final decision. Gray was here on a similar mission in November, follow- ed by Energy Minister D'Arcy McKeough of Ontario in December, seeking to focus British attention on Candu. Main attention here has been on the U.S. pressurized water reactor using enriched uranium. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture BMg. PHONE: WHO'S LOOKING AFTER YOUR CHILDREN TODAY? The North Lethbridge Daycare Planning Group is concerned to develop a high quality child care program at a price you can afford. You are cordially invited to a planning meeting to be Held at: Wilson Junior High School Cafeteria Thursday, January 31st at p.m. If you are unable to attend this meeting and support have a need for high quality daycare which is accessible and affordable, mail in this form today. North MhbrMp Diyan Pluwini Group 207 Ridou Court. Lotkbriijo. TIN 3T6 YES, I support the need for high quality daycare, the cost of which is based on my ability to pay. NAME ADDRESS PHONE NO. Check one of the following: Single parent D Single parent-working D Single parent-education, retraining D Both parents-working full time D One parent working full, and one working part-time D Family with handicapped pre-school children Q Please indicate number of children who need care......and indicate their ages Comments LOOK POH OWII BOOTH W CIHTM WLLAOI MALL THIS Big hug Mrs. Nicholson throws her arms around her husband Brig.-Gen. Douglas Nicholson as he dis- embarks from the same plane which brought Princess Anne and her husband to Ottawa for a three-day visit. Gen. Nicholson was the first commander of Canada's emergency force contingent in the Middle East. He has been replaced by Brig.-Gen. Donald Holmes. profit made in B.C. land deal VANCOUVER (CP) A Queen Charlotte businessman who made more than profit on 204 acres of land in less than a year says he did not buy the land expecting to make a quick profit from the provincial government. Willie Wandl, 42, said Fri- day he bought the land in mid- 1973 for from two Americans who had paid 000 for it two years previously. The provincial government bought the land for as part of the 272-square-mile Naikoon Park on the northeast corner of Graham Island, the northern Queen Charlotte Island. The park was established on April 17, 1973. Land registry records in Prince George, B.C., show that Principal Construction Ltd., of which Mr. Wandl is president, paid for the property. The deed was signed April 27, 1973, and registered May 7, 1973. Transfer to the provincial government was dated Jan. 8, 1974. BOY LOSES ALL HIS TOES ANCHORAGE, Alaska AP) Seven-year-old Tommy Myers is learning to walk again, this time with no toes. The boy from the bush country of Hatchers Pass lost all of his toes to frostbite earlier this month, but doctors say he will be able to lead a nearly normal life. Tommy recounted his experience this way: "I was out playing all day and first noticed my feet were cold ane they hurt. Then they got real warm and hot. When I got to the house mom had me take a bath and I saw blisters on my toes, bright red like cherries." Karen Myers rushed her son, one of eight children, to the hos- pital here, SO miles south of their Talkeetna mountains home. 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FILTEX eliminates lifting and hauling the tank type or upright vacuum cleaner around tne house, up and down the stairs Simply insert the lightweight hose into wall inlets located conveniently throughout your home and you are ready to clean house at the touch of button No more loose plugs or tripping over tangled electrical cords Dirt, dust, and odors are whisked away through pneumatic tube and exhausted harmlessly outside the living areas For FirtMr Ml PAUL t wmmci t HWTHG LTD. "THE EARTH IS NOT OURS TO DISPOSE OF AS WE PLEASE, WE HAVE IT IN TRUST, AND MUST ACCOUNT FOR IT TO THOSE WHO COME AFTER." f L VJ FONMEKT Vi This advertisement sponsored by: L.C.C. Students'Council Lethbridge Fish and Game Association Dieter's Ski and Sports, Lethbridge Advance Lumber Co. Ltd. King Chrysler Dodge Ltd. John's Turbo Service Bridge Town House Motel Crest Motel Lakeview Drugs Ltd. One Hour Martinizing The Jean Jungle JIMVUco ;