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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, May 31, THI LETHIRIDOI HERALD 5 Editors elect president VANC01TVER (CP) C. W. Davey of Toronto Globe and Mail was elected president ef the Canadian Managing Edi- tors' Conference for a two-year term Friday, succeeding Albert Boothe of Winnipeg Free Press. Mr. Davey told the final ses- sion of the three-day conference he hooes to reduce the term of the CBIEC presidency to one year. The Globe and Mail man- aging editor was previously CMEC first vice-president. William MacPherson of Ot- tawa Citizen was elected first vice-president, Jamss D. Morri- son of Fredericton Gleaner sec- ond vice-president and Paul Warnick of Hamilton Spectator secretary-treasurer. Directors elected for one-year terms were: Gordon Murray, Niagara Falls Review; Pete Mossey, Medicine Hat News; Dick Goodwin, Winnipeg Trib- une; Florian Sauvageau, Que- bec Le Soleil, and Mervyn Moore, Vancouver Province. Directors elected for two-year terms were: Don Smith, Ed- monton Journal; Charles Gor- don, Brandon Sun; R. M. Pear- son, Windsor Star; Bill Drever, Calgary Herald; John Wedchel, Stratford Beacon Herald, and Edward Hayes, Kitchener-Wa- terloo Record. i Bitter and sweet Two youngsters on two different park rides in Vancouver exhibit widely varying reactions 1o their experiences. If you can wait 3 days Make a killing! Cash in on bargains galore from an inventory of millions of dollars! Shoppers Stoppers start Thursday, May 31 Simpsons-Sears Labor congress condemned in Alberta CUPE case NIAGARA FALLS, Ont. CCP) The Ontario division of the Canadian Union of Public Em- ployees (CUPE) Saturday offi- cially condemned the Canadian Labor Congress (CLC) for "dis- reparding the of CUPE, and encouraging the Al- berta Civil Service Association Ut affiliate with the congress. CUPE natiDnal President SUm Little told delegates that in 19C3 the CLC gave CUPE the right tc organize all provincial gov- employees. CLC seemingly wants to ignore said Mr. Little. The CLC, of which CUPE is a member, is considering allow- ing the Alberta association direct affiliation with the congress. associa- tion would then be in a posi- tion to discuss bargaining rights with the Alberta government without having to join CUPE, which would lose sbaut mil- lion in union dues or about S105 yearly for each of tbs workers if they were allowed to join the CLC directly. The association would then only have to pay per member to the CLC, or about to cover all of its mem- bers. If the association joins CUPE. it is automatically a member of the CLC. Geothermal energy plan in offing l. 2. 3. Q-X WITH MOLY -SAVES- 15% TO 60% EVERY YEAR ON OPERATING AKD REPAIR COSTS Available Now for Automobile! Simply add 16 oz. to 5 qts. oil or in proportion To Crankcase and Automatic Transmission Tested by Tachometers and Used Oil Analysis Q-X Moly improves efficiently of oils three times. Increases film strength of oils four times Eliminates dry starts. Reduces f-ictional drag between moving parts 5% to 20% ASK FOR IT AT SERVICE STATIONS By ROBERT LOCKE LOS ALAMOS, N.M. (AP) United States government scien- tists are working on a plan to produce power by forcing cold water through cracked hot granite deep under an extinct volcano and returning heated water to the surface. The dry geotnennal energy, never exploited, would be self- contained, non-polluting, rela- tively inexpensive and probably self-perpetuating, said Dr. Mor- ton Smith who is group leader of the project at Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory. He said there is enough hot rock in the U.S. West to enable the new system to "produce all the power we need for several thousand years" with existing types of power plants. Although geothermal ex- periments initially would bs confined to the western United the concept itself is "ap- plicable anywhere in the na- tion." said assistant group leader Don Brown. Brown said the United States can be divided generally into two geological sections, split by the eastern slope of the Rocky Mountains. POSSIBLE IN EAST Geothermal energy is easiest to tape in the West where, he said, "it appears the earth's crust is but can also be tauped in the East. "Where we could drill to 000 feet and find rock at 570 de- grees almost anywhere in the West, we probably would have to go to 19.000 feat and settle for temperatures on the ordtr of 320 degrees to 350 degrees in the Brown said geothermal energy, with existing tech- nology, is as possible "in say the White Mountains of New Hampshire, the gulf coast of Texas or even right in the New York City are-a." The recirculated heated water system would be mDre efficien than geothermal steam to run turbines and heat buildings Smith said. "It's a lot like the heating system in a house. We'll make one hole down to the hot rock then put cold water down that circulate it through crack struc tures to heat it. then bring it up a second hole.'1 Smith said. The scientists plan to In troduce water into a man-made system of cracks through the hot granite two to threa miles beneath the extinct Valle Grande Crater of northern New Mexico. "We'd want to keep the water under pressure so it wouldn't become steam. You get more heat with water than with Smith said. FRAME STYLES FROM AROUND-THE- WORLD OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. Dial a trip If you want to head for places like Hawaii or the Swiss ski slopes, use our Phone-a- Loan Service to arrange for a low-cost, life insured loan to pay for your holiday. Just call us, and we can take care of the details over the phone. 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He said geothermal energy derived from steam already is a commercial success on a small scale in Northern Califor- nia where Union Oil Co. tapped an underground reservoir of steam beneath a network of peysers, and sells the steam to Pacific Gas and Electric to run turbines. Systems that tap "lose about 80 per cent of the water that comes up as steam. In our kind of sys.em, the loss would be he said. UIESTHICHOUSE WESTINGHOUSE LAUNDROMAT Two ogitarori: deep romp for regular loads, "Hand Wash" agi- tator For delicate fabrics and smoll loads. rive water temperature combinations, including three for different Perrranent Press fabrics. Two speeds for heavy duty and ..'elicale washing (on Vari- able level water saver for loads from 4 to 13 Ibs. Double wash ac- tion: cenire agitator moves e'oihe' noa )hc rotating ribbed tub the other to every item in tho lub in constant motion. Heavy duty transmission, motor, pump and suspension. Available in goid or white. FREE BONUS with Laundromat Hand Wash Agitator Usually an extra-cost item, it's free during this sale only. Ends hand washing forever I Safely machine washes lingerie, cashmeres, etc. Nests out of way beneath regular agitator. WESTINGHOUSE DRYER Non-tumbling drying rock Included, allows quiet drying of sneakers, belts, etc. snaps out for regular drying. Auto Dry cycle Ideol ror permanent press and knits, adjustable from "Less Dry" to "Very Dry." Giant 16" d ometer opening to ease loading and unloading. Safety start bution end safety o'oor switch. Even-drying Cross Vane tumb'ina system hs'ps prevent small loads sticking to tub Improved air flow gives faster drying, allows longer distance venting. Availabla in avocado, flc'a' or whrte. FREE BONUS with Dryer Non-tumbling drying rack. Usually an extra- cost option, free for this Sale only. Dries sneakers, shoes, buckled belts, etc. quietly without tumbling. Removable. ll "LIMITED TIME OFFER Capitol Furniture and Smith's Color TV ore preud to announce that they have combined their purchasing power to bring the people of South Alberta genu- ine savings on Westinghouse Washers and Dryers. "Save, Save." (May 22 to June 1) SMITH'S FOR 236 13th St. N. Phone 328-5541 326 5th St. S. Phone ;