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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta tl-THE LETHBRIDQI Novwnbw Western provinces not concerned East preparing for fuel shortage By PETER LE1CHNITZ Cuadiaa Preti Staff Writer With winter just around the many Canadians are turning down their ther- mostats and pulling out their sweaters in anticipation of shortages of heating oil and gasoline in the coming months. a Cross-Canada Survey by The Canadian Press shows Canadians are general- ly divided in their opinion of the seriousness of the energy crisis. Comments by officials on energy conservation range from considering every method we can to got all the leeway in the Suggestions on ways to con- serve energy are being taken to heart by residents east of the Ottawa who de- MrWVWWWWWVVWWVWVVWW IAAMUVVWWVWWVVWWMMMMWM The lethbrldge Herald Circulation Department Invites applications from boys and girls 12 years of age or older as paper carriers in the following areas in 1. Downtown 2. Glen dale 3. Dieppe 4. Courts Highway Please Write or Phone THE CITY SUPERVISOR CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT pend almost exclusively on oil now threatened by a general worldwide shortage of oil and the Middle East war. In the most governments and major con- sumers of energy said they are not concerned about possi- ble shortages this winter.. CONSIDER METHODS While most of the measures being considered to save energy involve the lowering of 'thermostats and the reduction of unnecessary some provinces are looking even harder at ways to ease possi- ble fuel shortages. In Wallace acting power commis- sion said that un- less new fuel supplies are ob- the province's main thermal generating station will run out of fuel after Christmas He said the province is studying the feasibility of bringing power to the island from Labrador and if shor- tages develop industrial users will be asked to trim their consumption. D. J. deputy public works minister for Nova said several plans are being prepared to reduce energy consumption in the province. even looking at the lamp fixtures in see- ing whether we can use only two bulbs instead of he said. WON'T WATT Mr Power said the govern- ment will not wait for the oil shortage to but will put its plans into operation as soon as they are ready. David vice-presi- dent of Halifax Developments which operates a major shopping said his com- pany bas already reduced lighting at night and now is looking at other methods of conserving power. In Prince Edward John deputy public works said energy conservation plans are being considered in case they are needed and include reducing building cutting back on lighting and checking the efficiency of heating plants. Tentative pact reached CALGARY A ten- tative agreement for a two- year contract has been reach- ed between the city and its 600 outside Ron president of Local 37 of the Canadian Union of Public Employees says The agreement is subject to ratification by union members at a meeting scheduled for Nov. 13. Details of the agreement will be released after the ratification The union has asked a 17-percent wage increase over two a 36- hour work and more paid vacations Fairfield's Television and Appliance Sales and gives you up-front works In a drawer TV chassis ease of service. PLUS The finest color picture available and backed with a full 2 year Guarantee on all as well as 1 year free labor in home service. See this and other 1974 models MOTOROLA and models offer these outstanding INSTA-MATIC COLOR TUNING Just push one button and you automatically balance hue. brightness and can even ac- tivate automatic fine if already not in use It's that easy1 PLUG-IN CIRCUIT MODULES Most chassis components are on replaceable modules If a circuit needs to be re- an exchange module can be pjugged in by a ser vice technician- usually m the home1 MATRIX BRIGHT PICTURE TUBE clem picturti with vivid color And in the Motorola Matrix Bright a jet black matru surrounds MCh color dot. Model WU8008KP I You will be pleased to find that the enormous increase in ac- ceptance of Motorola in the past few years has permitted a substantial reduction in price to QUASAR COLOR TV by Motorola Priced as low as449.95 Buy Motorola to our biMfcun and for mmi Fairfield's Television and Appliances Sales Ltd. 1242 3rd Aw. 8. Phent Chrto or Bob at 328-0002 Home is the hunter Bob Long of Regina came home from the field with his winter supply of elk meat in the back of his station wagon. Many hunters of big game in Saskatchewan this year will be asked to complete a department of natural resources questionaire that will give the department a wide range of information about hunting practices and will help with future wildlife management programs. NIXON TOLD 'NEVER GIVE UP WASHINGTON President under pres- sure to has invoked the memory of his dy- ing mother who told him don't you ever give Nixon made a surprise ap- pearance at a dinner of the Nevada State which was honoring three including his wife Pat In good the presi- dent recalled his defeat in the 1960 presidential election against John F and his later defeat in the race for the governorship of California against Edmund Brown. wasn't anything else to run he said with a laugh. moved to New York and started to make money He then returned to Califor- nia to see his who had had several he said prognosis was she would not he said don't give and all of a sudden she got up on her elbow and she don't you ever give The president instanced that as the spirit of the three women the society was honor- Eva former director of the United States and Helen Bent- chairman of the Man time Commission. 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