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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, March 5, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Southern Alberta 4-H Club news Club reporters are requested to type news copy, triple spaced Be sure to identify your club and please give the reporter's name and telephone number The February meeting for the Hoping Shortgrass 4-H Beef Club was held Feb 6 Calvin Bianchi led the pledge. Roll call was an idea for raising money. Members were advised to study for a forthcoming quiz. A motion to hire the Honky Tonk band for a club dance was approved. Members have been measured for club shirts Two RCMP films about drug abuse completed the program. Del Bonita 4-H Beef Club met Feb. 9. Public speaking dates and were discussed. Members were reminded the club will assist at the George Williams auction sale Recreation followed in Del Bonita gymnasium. A calf tour, Feb 20, and a bowling party in Lethbridge have highlighted recent activities planned -by Vauxhall 4-H Mixed Club Southern Alberta 4-H Light Horse committee sponsored a bowling party Feb. 16 Representatives from Medicine Hat, energy forms need Pincher Creek, Hill Spring, Coutts, Mountain View, Lethbridge and Raymond attended. Renee Barton was top scorer after three games Prizes were donated by Provincial Livestock Limited Plans for an April 1 club speak-off have been set by McNally Tailor Tacks At the February meeting, Cheryl Sherman, Deb Davies and Sharon French addressed the club. Demonstrations were given by Sharon French and Anna Boulton, how to make a tissue box cover, and Pat Patching and Cathy Murray, tie dye. The club meets again March 23 at 2 p.m. at the home of Cheryl Sherman Lethbridge-Coaldale 4-H Beef Club will be having a bake sale in March Club leader Mrs. Bond reported on the up-coming industrial tour Suggestions were given for an interclub activity. The club discussed possible dates for our next calf tour. Jack Giffen and Bob Ackerman from the Lethbridge Toastmasters Club were guest speakers. One minute speeches were given by Marion Keujer. Susan Solomans. Donna Harris. Mathew Machielse, and Annalise Machielse. The sixth meeting of the Hoping Nimble Needles 4- H Clothing Club was called to order by Chairman Bridgette Donovan, with Shari Seward as pledge leader, and roll call was answered by the number of members in each family Talks were given by Rhonda Bianchi, Maureen Collin, Bridget Donovan, and Linda Garber Impromptu speeches were given by Janice Laqua, Shari Seward, Diane Karl, Darlene Webster, Janice Mueller, Rhonda Kana, and Elaine Sturtevant. The club conducted a fabric sale at Hoping Community Centre on March 4 TORONTO (CP) Canada should begin developing new forms of energy because by 1990 such fossil fuels as coal, oil and gas will be exhausted, says a member of the Science Council of Canada Gordon Patterson, head of the council's energy 328-1 3 St. North Phone 328-6066 study group, said Saturday that solar energy, fusion energy and geothermal energy are possible sources and all will take decades to develop. Mr Patterson, taking part in a panel discussion at a YorkScarborough Liberal association meeting, said nuclear power, now coming into use as an energy source, is based on decisions taken 40 years ago. The first reactor using fusion energy, produced by the uniting of atomic nuclei, likely would not be possible until the year 2000 He said the use of solar power, collected by surface storage cells, is possible now but expensive. Geothermal energy, produced from the heat of the earth's core, already is being used to a certain extent and is competitive with other energy forms, said Mr. Patterson. "Fusion and geothermal sources will last so long that we could just about call them inexhaustible." WHILE ATTENDING AG-EXPO SEETHE KIRCHNER BALE KING CANADIAN MADE 2 MODELS 70 or 96-BALE Fully Automatic Bale Wagons Kirchner Machine Ltd. 2419 2nd N., Lethbridge, AKa. T1H OC1 Ph. (403) 327-3678 M A R C 5, H 6, 7, 8, 9 LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION COMPLEX Reg. Price'795 AG-EXPO SPECIAL '695 1974 COLOR TELEVISIONS SPECIALLY REDUCED DURING AG-EXPO AT OUR DISPLAY (Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion) Rq. Price '1049 I MM '1029 AG-EXPO SPECIAL JrKM AG-EXPO SPECIAL MODEL CCE991R REMOTE SPECIAL XL-100 COLOR AccuTouch electronic pushbutton tuning Super AccuColor Picture Tube 100% Solid State. 31.200 volt chassis AccuMatic 4- automatic regulation of brightness contrast, color and tint instant Picture The warm glow of forest oak is richly complemented by the beauty of the Spanish styling in this handsome console. Instant picture, automatic fine tuning, 100% solid state, super accucolor picture tube. AS EXPO SPECIAL D VAN'S TV SALES SERVICE W W 1238 3rd Ave. S. SEE YOU AT AG-EXPO Phone 3! Phone 327-5020 ;