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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Calgary Power aids in pinch Calgary Power Ltd. supplied 66 megawatts kilowatts) to help British Columbia over- come critical energy shortage Thursday due to snowstorm daciage to B.C. Hyrdo's trans- mission facilities. Under an agreement, Calgary power normally supplies B.C Hydro with 35 megawatts, a Calgary Power spokesman said. He said B.C. Hydro also has an exchange agreement with the Northwest Power Pool in UK United States. Calgary Power was calleri upon to nearly double its load Gas pipeline from Alaska 'certainty' YELLOWKNIFE, N .W .T. (CP) A gas pipeline from Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, down the Mackenzie Valley to Alberta should be functioning by 1976, says Robert Blair, president of the Alberta Gas Trunk Line Co. Ltd. "This is not a dream or 8 promotion but a reasonable cer- tainty for our he told the Northwest Territories council. The process of financing the venture is expected to continue through 1973 or 1971 with con- struction starting in 1974 or 1975, he said. The pipeline would become operational by 1976, maybe a year or two later." Cold gas is to be pushed through the pipeline at not more than 32 degrees to prevent melt- ing the permafrost. Mr. Blair said it is expected people will be hired to build the pipeline. After construction is completed, 150 jobs will be available. Bill Leyell of Gas Arctic, a consortium of companies led by Alberta Gas Trunk, told the spe- cial session most of the jobs would be for technically-trained people and 16 young northerners now were in training for skilled positions with Gas Arctic. IN EDMONTON Stay At the RIVIERA THE HOTEL WITH MORE TO OFFER AND WE NOW HAVE COLORED TV For Your Convenience In Making Reservations CALL AND ASK FOR LONG DISTANCE ZEnlth 0-7255 at no cost to you IVIERA MOTOR HOTEL Calgary Trail Edmonton, Alberta Phone: (403) 434-3431 Telex. 037-1510 contribution it 3 p.m. Thurs- day after B.C. Hydro, which has been borrowing from the Pool, Mill needed additional power, the spokesman said. The 65-megawatt supply was maintained for 19 hours and the load had been gradually re- duced since Friday morning as damaged transmission facili- ties in B.C. were repaired and warmer weather spread throughout that province. Will Smith, Calgary Power regional manager, said that since early Friday Calgary Power's contribution had been gradually reduced and the com- pany expected to return to pro- viding normal power service to British Columbia early next week. Calgary Power has been sup- plying power since Thursday morning after a snow storm damaged transmission lines be. twean the W. A. C. Bennett Dam and the Vancouver area. LandW open house L and W Moving Ltd., which has been serving southern Al- berta since October, 1964 will hold en open house Sunday at its new premises at 3510 5th Ave. N. Chuck Martin, president of United Van Lines, of which L and W is the local agent will be flying in from Toronto for Hie open bouse, said Mary Arnold. L and W, owned by Lome Arnold and Wil Stratum, has seven trucks and provides moving, delivery and storage services to southern Alberta. The open house will be from 1 p.m. to p.m. and refresh- ments will be served, Mrs. Ar- nold said. Dividends By THE CANADIAN PRESS Canadian General Electric Co., common 25 cents April 3, record March 13; pfd. 62tt cents May 15, record April 17. Crown Life Insurance Co.. 19 cents April 1, record March 16. Ford Motor Co. of Canada Ltd., 50 cents March 15, record Feb. 16. H. H. Smith Ltd. Cuttomt Broker coins Mm Two gas pooh found at Enchant OanDel Oil Ltd. of Calgary (formerly Canadian Delhi) bai discovered "two interesting gal pools" in the Enchant area plans further eipioretlon. One well, 15 miles due north of Enchant, flowed gss at the rate of four million cubic feet day. The other, four miles northeast of Enchant, flowed a 1.1 million cubic feet dairy. The company also drilled well two miles northeast of En- chant which was abandoned a non-producer. The two discovery wells are 11 miles apart. Another com- pany has discovered gao be- tween CanDel's two gas wells The wells were drilled on land farmed out by Dome Pe- troleum. OanDel earn 43.7 per cent interest in the acres farmed out by Dome Trans-Canada Itesourcea earns 6.25 per cent interest in tiie land and Dome retains a SO per cent interest. The highest flowing wel reached a total depth of feet in the Glauconitic forma tion and the lesser well bottom cd at feet in the Bass quartz. Cost of drilling and comptet Ing the gas wells was about each and the dry hole or abandonment was about 000. A company spokesman told The Herald that further step- out wells will be drilled in the area to assess the finds. There are no immediate plans for mass drilling in the area. new well will depend on Bw results from the last wen drill ed, the spokesman said. The gas will likely be of la terest to Alberta Gas Trunk Line and Canadian Western Natural Gas and may eventual ly wind up in Letbbridge homes, he said. In the meantime, the wells School booklet EDMONTON (CP) The department of education has produced a second booklet o Facts and figures about Alberta schools. The booklet, which is available to the public, con tains facts on total school en rolnteot, funding and costs per pupil. COST WAS HIGH GENEVA (AP) India sayi the total cost of caring for the 10 million Bengali refugees wil amount to at least million NEW! WrW DOGS VBEMBIE UtEO IN SOUPS AND ROWOFBLCODT RESEARCHERS NOW BUJEVE THE VISCOUS 'MJatASE'FTOMTHEroOS AMD STEMS OFOKRAM4YACT A9 A LUBRICANT TO REDUCE BIOOP VESSElrWCTION LETHBRIDGE CONCRETE PROD. LTD. r.O. IOX 667 LETHIRIDCI TELEPHONE 121-9211 TRANSIT MIX CONCRETE LIGHTWEIGHT AND CONCRETE BLOCK SANDS AND GRAVELS SHALE 7Sc cu.yd. GARTH F. WHITE FRUEHAUF TRAILER COMPANY APPOINTMENT Basil E. Shapke, Branch Manager of Frimhauf Trailer Company of Canada Ltd., Calgary, takei plea- lure) In announcing the) appointment of Mr. Garth While as sales representative for the southern Alberto area and East Koetenay area of British Columbia. Mr. White has considerable) experience In related fields, and is most anxious to meet with the many Fruehauf customers in these artai, Mr. While replaces Ron Chamberlain, who has been reassigned to the Vancouver branch of Frue- hauf Trailer Company. will be capped and not duced. pn> Pretaniniry tests the gu will need little treat- ing before going into a pipe- line. The gu discoveries are by no means major ones sod addi- tional exploration will be re- quired to evaluate the finds. Cut Bank oilfield peaks out The Cut Bank oilfield has peaked out and production will be downhill from here on, says Bob Pratt, production superin- tendent for a three-state Phil- lips Petroleum Co. area. The field, 26 miles long by three to four miles wide, went on production in 1932 but it wasn't until the Second World War that major production be- gan. Toe field contains an esti- mated 612 million barrels of oil. To date 117 million barrels have been received. Total re- covery, through primary and secondary methods, is esti- mated at 165 million to 200 mil- lion barrels. Mr. Pratt believes there is another oilfield below the pres- ent one but the economics of finding ft are prohibitive at this time. Some day the oil shortage could be critical enough to warrant drilling for it, he said. In 10 yean there will only be half tlw present number of oil workers in the area and by IMS there will be just a third of the oil people left, he forecast. A prediction on when all opera- tions would cease is impos- sible to make. leanretay, ternary It, THI lITHttlMI HMA10 Strong trend continues MJTKB LEICHNTTZ Caiadlu Preii SUff Writer After a tfcnr Canadian stock markets climbed ntodetv higher this week, ertend- ing their upswing to aix cooeec- utive Prices drifted lower during the week's first two trading see- none under prctture from a round of profit-taking. However, the majority of the sell-off was confined to activity-traded is- sues and midway through the week prices turned upward. The Toronto market1) In- dustrial index, a major Indica- tor of market movement, gained 2.80 points during the week, closing Friday at 197.27, highest since May 26, 1MB. The index now la only 1.50 points below the all-time high of 119.77 estab- lished May At New York, prices drifted fractionally lower for the second consecutive session. Trading was active. On the Montreal and Cana- dian exchangee, the composite index rose 1.95 points, closing Friday at 200.44. VOLUME RISES Combined volume on the two exchanges was B.51 million shares, compared with 5.68 mil- lion last week. Much of the trading activity during the week was in golds, with most issues recording broad advances in active trad- ing. One analyst said the advance was directly related to a sharp jump in the price of gold on international bullion markets. Gold on the London buUIOQ mar- ket traded Friday near (U.S.) an ounce, the highest iface the free market in gold was established In 1968. At Toronto, the gold Index soared 13.40 points, dosing at 175.25. Trading waa active through- out most of the week on the Toronto market with 15.12 mil- lion shares changing hands, up from 13.91 million ]tst week. AVERAGE DROPS At New York, the Dow Jones average of 30 key issues fell 1.06 to Industrial blue-chip 906.38. Monday, the Index plunged 10.62 points, its sharp- est drop In two montic. Second woman on bench OTTAWA (CP) Toronto lawyer Janet L. Bound has be- come the second woman ever to be appointed to the County Court bench in Ontario. Justice Minister John Turner announced today that Mrs. Bol- and, a graduate of Osgoode Hall law school, will replace retiring Judge Frank Denton in the DU- trict of York. Mrs. Bolaod, admitted to the bar in i960, has recently ben a member of the Toronto legal firm of Lang, Michener, Cran- ston, Farquharson and Wright YOUR INCOME TAX IS COMPLEX! WE CAN HELP WITH OUR KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE L. HOWARD BUSINESS SERVICES No. 5 Metcalfe Bldg., 303 5th St. S FOR APPOINTMENT PHONE 328-3964 ToUl volume during the week waa N.51 million shares, com- pared with M.75 million last week. Base mete) issues pasted frac- tional Mlvaocej late In the week, erasing earlier declines. Analysts said many investors cusseaueil about annual reports expected from major resource companies. During the week, the ban metal index on the Toronto market was up .M to 86.33 Western oils were the only lector to record tones. The To- ronto stock market's western oil andei fell .77 to 220.58. Recall Milk of Magnesia WASHINGTON (AP) Aa estimated of nUk of magnesia manufactured by Abbott Laboratory of North Chicago, HI., are being recalled by the Food and Drug Admniit- tration became they allegedly contain bacteria. The FDA said Thursday Ab- bott found up to bacterial organisms a milli-litre in the milk of magnesia, compered with government-approved lim- its of 100 a miili-litre. The FDA said about 4 the IS- and SO-railll-litre bottlel are on the market. REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY Young aggressive Individual to work along with talei manager for fait growing mobile home manufacturer. Duties will Indudet Sales Co-ordinating, finished goodi, Inventory control. Invoicing. Typing essential and salary commensurate with experience. Good company benefits. Apply in writing to Box 53, Herald. FOR SALE STOCK AND FIXTURES OF DOREEN'S BOUTIQUE (Including BEAUTY PARLOR) (operated by Dereen M. Filgai, In bankruptcy) BIDS TO BE SUBMITTED TO W. R. LORD, C. A., Trustee 434 7th Street South P.O. Box 940, Lethbridge Prior la a.m., Fibruary 4, 1972, al which m meeting will be Field al 494 7lh Street South, leUibrlcftje la open and announce Ihi bidi. All bidders art Invited to attend the meeting. Tht Iruitoo will lupplr on raquMt Inventory dttalll of enters which will be sold in lofi only. Only sealed envelopes will be accepted, marked en the face "Tender-Estate of Doreen M. Fllgai, a bankrupt." The highest, or any tender will not necessarily be ac- cepted. FOR APPOINTMENT TO INSPECT CALL 328-6691 CrOSSWOrd _ By Sophie Fierman BY ANY OTHER NAME ACROSS 1 Hlwksbill turtle 6 Saint 11 Oliver----- 16Wiih140-A the life of Riley 21 So long 22 Cellar bun poison 33 O'Gndy 24 Speedily 25 Object! of edmlritlon 26 Edit 27 French city 26 Faux pal 29 Ship'l officirl 30 Succinct 31 Swiss ski resort 32 Irani 33 District of Columbia's flower 36 O.T. book 38 Letters 39 With a B, initials of a federal esency 1 Alligetor 2 Cartoonist Chas.----- 3 Unruly protester 4 Conger catcher 5 Nosegay 01 roses: var, 6 Residents orCanea 7 Threshold: psychol. 8 Sour 9 Wash lighll lOLmeele 40 See eagle 41 Branch of U.S. mail service: inil. 42 Sunshades 45 "----corny ai Kansas..." 46 Bustler 49 Jot 50 eurae E3 Office worker 54 Caviar 56 Idled 60-----paltry 61 Bantu language 62 Aura: abbr. 63 Anesthetic 64 Larder: var. 65 Likely MtheAllhaee 69 71 Bone inflammation 72 Exist 73 Partner of "desist" 76 Aglow 79 Avifauna 80 Shoots e movie B2 Use poor Judgment 83 Beauty contest winner! 85 Norse god: var. B7 Famous Egyptian hieroglyphic discovery SO Brownii group 92 Nymphl 96 Swain 97 Kipling hero 93 French Revolution song 100 Sheath 101 Impaired by age 102 School subj. 103 104 Nimble 105 Music symbol 107 Oriental 109 Aborigines 110 Slaps on carelessly DOWN 11 Farm machine 12 Sleep-killer 13Mallorca, for one 14 Earth pigment 15 Mosaic piece cake 17 Primitive poem 18 Lion's den escapee 19 Oodles 20 Greens in a bouquet of roses 34 Had an accident Brouhahal 37 Bare-headed 42 Tissue builder 43 Truth: arch, 44 City on the Missouri 45 Froslings 46 Traffic sign 47 Soy Scout efieliei 113 Soften leather 114 Explanation: abbr. 115 Brazilian wallaba 118 Aunt: Sp. 119 Red or Black 120 15th Cent, conflict 128 John D.'i souvenirs 130 Pang 131 Bounces 132Actren Jenii 133 Suggestion itarni 134 Light----- 135Sleteof amazement 136 Boredom 137 Audacity 138 Uplift 139 Indianl 140See16-A 141 Verdant 142 Partner of Tippecanoe 14.3 Vend! 48 Blackboard adjunct 50 Source of newspaper Income 51 Chart K suffix 53 Corset whalebone! 55 Excitable 57 Savage 58 Hugs: arch. 59 Dunes 67 Indlani 83 Closed hand 21 x 21, by Janet C. Flory ACROSS 1 French friend 4 Sidestepped 7 Half: praf. 11 Ordinary 13 Expresses in wordl 16 Contraction 17 Path 18 Lowering, with sound effect! 19 II Encountered 22 Press 23-----and fill 25 Selves 27 Person 28 Peruvian i coin 29 Peremptory request 32 Fold 33 Truth, to the Faerie Queene 34 Leap 36 Wrath 37-----Mawr 38 Expensive 39 Born 40 Prelude 42 Possesses 44 Resurfaces the highway 46 Sympathetic 50 Heeled 51 Quechuan 52 Dunout 03 Pro E4 Don't put i: before the horsel 58-----of habeas corpus 59 One: Scot. 60 Bardic verses 63 Scot's own 64 Aspen prop .65 Anemones 67 no lake 68 Pronoun 69 Gael 70 Seth Thomas sound 72 Staedy 73 Histl 70 Info 71 Augury 73 Horn: comb, form 74 Gnaw away 75 Work of a pyromaniac 77 Inveigles 78 Mollusk oenuj 76 Hunt 78 Proportloni 81 His: Fr. 83 Scot's contrariness 84 Disciple of Lao-tzu 85 Medicinal highball 87 cat or vault 88 Restaurant lackey 89 Demeanor DOWN 1 Mean 2 Deface 80 Roosevelt: literally 61 Swedish feminine narne: pi. 83 Thorough. fares 64 Pupil whom the teacher calls on 3 Pastoral 4 Levelled 5 Netherlands town 6 Great dog 7 Avoid 8 Sea eagle 9 Angry 10 Bohemian stream 11 Aurora not-----" 13 Fake 14 Deletions of e tort 86-----In his bonnet 83 Evergreen shrub genus 89 Tallies 90 Name in fashions 91 Shamrock country 93 Zodiac sign IS As good a word as another Where to find an Irish rose 20 and Cir- cumstance" 22 Manet's' style 24KuKlux----- 26 Chalcedony 30 Never in Germany 31 Genetic molecule 94 Midienlte king 95 Collection 99 Get (be- gin again) 106 Facet of baby care 108 American politician 101 Devotee 35 Feel one's way 36 Hostplries 37 Endured 40 Guardians' club, of sons 41 Heel, from Hamelin? 43 Roll of greenbacks 44 Fabulous bird 45 Play a role 46 Aroot 47 Spanish gold 110 Italian sculptor 111 Romans 112 Nader re- searcher 115 Attack 116 Stormy 117 Tax 118Candl> 120 Knit 48 French Mrs. 49 Concerning 50 Panel 62 Artistic arbiter 53 Moslem tricksters 55 Bill funnyman 56-----Grande 57 Soft mineral 5R "-----till the sunshines, Nslly." 61 Tints 62 121 U.S.emheir. start 122 Delicate 123 Old FrencH length unit 124 Bizaira 126 Chill 127 Moslem title: var. 129 Lake 64 Stuffed 66 Firm 71 Sort of sack 72 Integrate 73 Sound of contempt 74 Vulgarian 75 Fonieyn'l garb 77 Anthem composer 79 Also 80 Lub !cate 62-----boy! 86 Japanese sash SOLUTIONS OF LAST WEEK'S PUZZLES luuuu uuuua anrin UUDP Huaannn QtlQQ] HHtQCIP EKJD ja o QUQtlE] I 1. DESSRD DEUBBNED TOAST DYS'D DSOANHDI ,J. FASTENX P.HOTOR GPUNF FASTUTOR CRYPTOGRAMS TSLAST, OSTHISO, ZOAQUIALZ, RNUDR. DSSQD RYUR By Elizabeth A. Lyon FASTEENX BS'YQ SYYB PESNF-FUT HNPS. By Barbara J. WteVt Cryptograms 1. Trained zcbrn denied nudlence by iblllly to count. Z. Lote of money la the root of ell evil. Meny hevc heurd; why luvt so few heeded? 3. The willy frog with etys, "I feel i mm In my Ihroet." 4. skinny Scot looks chilly la In in kill. ;