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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Consulting Firm Predicts Coal Will Regain Top Status CALGABY (CP) A Van- couver based consulting firm predicted Thursday that coal will regain its status as the prime source of energy in AI- iMrtffl, replacing natural' gas after 1980- Hedlin Mcnzies and Asso- Free Show Planned At Calgary CALGARY (CP) A free rock festival, supported by pro- moters of the Festival Express, will be held Friday on an is- land in the Bow River. The Festival Express, which includes major United States and Canadian performers, plays here Saturday and Sun- day. At stops in Toronto and Winnipeg demonstrators have complained about the high ad- mission charges. The free festival will feature local bands, said Don Lloyd, local promoter for the Festival Express, and is "something for tie kids who have nothing happening this weekend." "We must face the fact that many young people just don't have the money to attend the major rock festival this week- end. "Rather than be forced into giving a free concert Saturday and facing the same problems as Toronto we thought the pre- festival show would be a good idea." dates Ltd., made the forecast in a report presented to the Al- berta Oil and Gas Conservation Board by Consolidated Natural Cos Co. of Calgary- The board is holding a hear- ing to determine the province s gas needs to 1999 and to decide what amounts cf gas will be available for export. Consolidated, a subsidiary- ot Northern Nat-oral Gas Co. of Omaha, Neb., said that cool will be so abundant and its price lew enough alter 1980 that it will fuel all thermal electric gecsrating plants in the prov- K result will be that Al- berta will have a greater sur- plus-'of natural gas available for export to eastern Canada and the United States. Northern Natural is seeking Alberta natural gas for its markets in the U.S. mid-west. Tfe ccnservaiion beard pre- dicts that Alberta will need 16, 300 cubic feet of gas between 1970 ond 1999 due to growth of urban centres, a pop- ulation increase and industrial growth. But Consolidated estimated that Alberta's gas needs will be cubic feet tarer than the board's projec- tions because gas will P'ay a reduced role in the province's energy needs. WELL PATRONIZED EDMONTON (CP) The 277-seat Citadsl Theatre last season accommodated seven plays and drew more than persons. A total of 55 Ca- nadian actors performed at the theatre. Canadian Troops Head For Home LAHR, West Germany (CP) The most intensive move- ment of servicemen and their families in Canada's peacetime history is well under way. By the time it's completed about Oct. 1, an estimated people will have retoned to Canada from West Germany and nearly double that number will have been involved in Newest thing to happen to your color snapshots! OVER WORTH OF WALLET PRINTS EXTRA! Get tort, irapshooters who love to share color 'prints! Leave your next roll or cartridge of txpowd Kodacolor film with us for BONUS PHOTO proceuing. Get an extra wallet print with every nfular print. Mate! sliiring easyl (Available lor. Kjuare-iiie Kodacolor film, (ACTUAL SIZE PH1NTS 3tt" SQUARE AND 2VS" SQUARE! REMEMBER. WE'RE HEADQUARTERS FOR QUALITY PROCESSING BY BONUS PHOTO! TERRY BLAND'S PHOTOGRAPHY 710 3rd Avenue S. Phone 327-5673 BOYD'S PHARMACY ITD. 1644 Moyor Magrath Drive Phone 328-3760 SKEITON'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY ITD. 424 Mayor Mograth Drive Phone 328-3565 STUBBS PHARMACY ITD 1506 9tK Avenue S. Phone 328-5512 WESTMINSTER DRUG LTD. Westminster Shopping Ploia Phone 328-7833 Construction Of Pulp MiU Postponed EDMONTON (CP) Proc- ter and Gamble Co. of Canada Ltd. has postponed a decision on construction of a pulp mill in the Grande Prairie region the Alberta government an nounced Thursday. Dr. J. Donovan Ross, minis- ter of lands and forests, said in a prepared statement there were several reasons for the postponement and said the gov- ernment and the company 'will continue to make every effort to expedite" a solution to he problems. "Both the government and Procter and Gamble have elt that it was essential thai all environmental effects the julp mill required very carefu consideration. The studies oi air and water pollution contro systems have been thoroughly analysed by a number of ex- >erts and this has taken con- iiderable time." Two other primary reasons lehind the decision were th ind accommodation "on th meaning commer cially in and around Lahr- Th irobtem is complicated by th !act that some German lam ords will not rent accommoda ion through a governmen jgent without first iaierviewin .he prospective tenant person ally. This means a 400-mil ;couting journey from Soest t Lahr far the servicemen con cemed. There afeo are understood I German proprietors wh refuse to lease apartments t Canadians because their othe tenonts fear tiey would be to EOJsy. THEATRE DESTROYED OTTAWA (CP) The Ott, wa Little Theatre, centre fl dramatic productions in t! capital since 1928, was d stroyed by fire this week. MILITIA GIRL in Cambodia smiles and waves while another keeps her military bearing. The women are armed with Swedish-made 9mm submachine guns. Canadians Apprehensive About JJ.S. Influence WASHINGTON (CP) Sena- or William Fulbright says it would be well far Americans 'to be aware of the fact that the Canadians are apprehensive about the influence of the Jnited States upon their domes- ic policy, but more especially on their foreign policy." The Arkansas Democrat, in- fluential chairman of the Senate o r e i g n relations committee, added that it is "of the utmost importance that we maintain cordial relations with our neigh- to the north." He made the speech to presenting for inclusion in the Congressional Record an Otta- wa-dated article by Clayton Fritchey that appeared in News- day, the Long Island, N.Y., newspaper. In it Fritchey notes a number of areas of foreign policy in which the U.S.-and Canada dif- fer and says such differences, from Canada's point of view, are "not capricious or wilful.' "Even the casual visitor can see that they are dictated in general by national conviction, rather Utah by reaction to U.S. policy." While the U.S. has been "au- tomatically" reaffirming 11 s commitment to a "rickety and near-obsolete Canada had reduced its NATO forces. However, a powerful congres- sional bloc was working on a resolution to have the U.S. fol- low suit. He adds: "A reduction, of American C a n a d ia n forces could strengthen the hand of those Europeans who believe there is a new chance to achieve unify For Summer Fun CORTINA 75-50 DOWN So little Paid For So Much! coLLeoe til, AVENUi I STKIT, 19th STUKT 1 M AVtNUI. UTHIMMt, AtliKTi ow that (French President) de -aulle is out of the way. But icre is little incentive to organ- Mctay, July 3> 1978 THE IETHBRIDSE HERALD 21 Tyrell Lake Fishermen Get Grant EDMONTON (CP) The provincial cabinet has ap- proved to purchass 108.13 acres for the new Atha- basca university near St. Al- bert, about 15 miles north of Edmonton. A govern ment spokesman said today the price, about 000 an acre, was negotiated with land-owners in the area. The 108.13 acres will be add- ed to 265.99 acres of public land now under the jurisdic- tion of the public works de- partment. The cabinet also approved a warrant for to repair and replace bridges and roads washed out by heavy rain in the Rocky Mountain foothills. The cabinet also' approved to continue the govern- ment's hospitality program for national and international con- ventions in the province, a 000 grant to the Victorian Or- der of Nurses, to the Tyrell Lake Fishermen's As- sociation and to the Medicine Hat District Tourist Council. ize a new European defence community as long as the U.S. continues to shore up NATO." F'7 THE SCOTTY MUNRO CALGARY, ALBERTA pAUG. 10-29 I GLENMORE ARENA efeacfi Only Hockey" TWENTY EIGHT p.) HOURS A WEEK ICE TIME 'v INSTRUCTORS Scotly Centennials, Barry North Stars Jim Morrison -Toronto Maple Leafs Ed. Dyck Calgary, xCente.nnie'ls L'sswr JerrY ''Centennials Bob Lidairtgfon-Jyisa Oilers r. Rtfndy Rota 4 hours ice doWh application bolt APPLICATION FORM J TO SCOTTY MUNRO HOCKEY SCHOOL, STAMPEDE CORRAL, Cftt-GARYi ALBERTA PHONE ADDRESS................................. PHONE NO. OF ENROLMENTS.........AGES......... MAKS Alt CHEQUES MONEY ORDERS PAYABIE TO THi SCOTTY WJNRO HOCKEY SCHOOL REGISTRAT.OM FORM WILL BE RETURNED UPON RECEIPT OF THIS APPLICATION PARENT SIGNATURE......... DISCOUNT FOOD CENTRES! TIL 6 P.M. SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1970 ;