Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
LETHBRIDGE May Could hit million in 10 years Hydro-electric project supply cost estimated MONTREAL The of keeping the James Bay tydroelectnc project supplied with equipment and materials reach million over .he next 10 a project official says. Antome director of supply services for the James Bay Energy said more than miles of roadway must be constructed to handle material shipments which will reach a peak of tons a year in 1978 and 1979. He told a highway transport conference here Monday that the principal part of this cargo will be carried north on a 430- mile road under construction between Matagami and Fort George. Secondary roads branching off to several construction camps will add another 650 miles to the highway which is scheduled for com- pletion in he said. The project also relies heavily on air and the company recently acquired a huge Hercules aircraft capable of carrying 25 tons of cargo. 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Commodity exchange requires new image WINNIPEG Image and more market commodities are the most immediate concerns of the new president of the Winnipeg Commodity Exchange Ronald formerly em- ployed by a market exporting firm discovered the need tor a new image during an informa- tion campaign he conducted for the recent rapeseed poll have become just a thing to the producer Mr Ennis said in an interview He said the exchange has a bad image which has grown worse since the early 1930s when many farmers were hurt Scout movement receives advice CALGARY The Canadian Boy Scout movement must become an activist environmental pressure Pierre author and told the Calgary Scouting Association. The movement must be nropaied to take unpopular Appoint nun on bank board HALIFAX ICPJ The Canadian Imperial Bank ol Commerce has announced the appointment of Sister Catherine a prominent educationist and clergy to the bank's board ot directors Recentlv appointed chairman of the Maritime Provinces Higher Education she taught in Mass and Vancouver before joining the faculty of Mount St. Vincent University here in 1959 She was appointed Mount St Vincent president in a position she left recently to assume the posting with the education commission based in Fredencton. .stands on specilic environmental issues and fight city council and the businessmen who contribute to the scout the former scout master said here. got to stand up on our hind legs and with every weapon in our hands resist the rape ot the landscape lie suggested boy scouts dispense with some 11 aditional aspects of scouting jnd become involved with environmental organizations such as pollution probe and the Arctic resources committee. think that's much more valuable than learning the sheepshank we obviously can't preserve everything some ot it has to be turned over to the mining and the oil he said He commended the Calgary scouting movement for it's new program live ui harmony with the environment The three-year program will involve people in the Calgary region in environmentally oriented projects. Mr. Bcrton stressed scouting should continue to be an ''outdoor camping environmental organization and not an indoor movement despite some of the things that are being said today by the exchange when they tried to speculate. He plans to go to work with the exchange's public relations committee to develop an overall education program I would like to see new commodities on the board These are my first and princi- pal objectives He said the exchange would like to have corn futures trad- ing by December but there could be problems such us in- sufficient terminal space Boy's eye glued shut in mishap Fla. Eleven year old Michael Harris got 27 hours of unexpected shuteye when he accidentally glued his left eye closed while building a model car. scaied at Daddy didn't believe Michael said Wednesday after Ins release from a hospital sine hope it keeps me out ol school toi a couple ol days Mrs. Hams said Michael was using scissors to snip ott the tip ol a luhc of glue and have been squeezing the lube at the same time because glue squirted right into Ins he couldn't get it open Mrs. Harris and her took Michael to a nearby but there was no doctor available so they had to drive about 150 miles to an optometrist in Fort Lauderdale The optometrist cut away Michael's eye lashes and then snipped open the eye. The optometrist said the eye was not damaged Michael only had to spend one night in the hospital. New quarters planned for Canadian Embassy WASHINGTON After almost a half-century in the same mansion on midtown Massachusetts the Canadian Embassy may be getting new quarters. All possible options are being embassy officials including the development of a building or compound that would try to make an indelible Canadian impression in a capital filled with monumental ar- chitecture. The external affairs depart- ment has set up a special study group under Arthur its assistant and has hired the Toronto firm of Gordon and Co. to act as consultants. No firm decision has yet been taken to rehouse the embassy but the current sludy is the most serious and most ambitious of several carried out in recent years as embassy operations expanded and became scattered The Canadians have about 300 representatives and locally hired employees here. They work in three neighboring 80- room chancery building on Massachusetts a 134- room building farther down the and a floor of rented offices. The chancery re- garded by the U.S. Fine Arts Commission as one of the gems on a street known as Embassy has been Canada's headquarters since the late Vincent Massey set up the first Canadian legation here in 1927. Ottawa bought it from May- belle Swift heiress to a Chicago meat-packing for with another thrown in for furnishings The limestone- and-brick building was built for in 1906 by Mrs. Wichfeld and her' first Clarence who drowned in the Titanic sinking of 1912. New centre planned REGINA Construction is to start as soon as possible on a million agricultural facility for the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool just east of the it was announced Wednesday. Ira K. pool general said in a news release the complex will be located three miles east of the city adjacent to the Trans- Canada Highway. It will include a livestock auction holding a retail store and warehouse for farm supplies and bulk feed and fertilizer outlets.