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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Ttimsdav, November 18, 1971 36 LIVESTOCK FOR SALE 40 MISC. ARTICLES TRUDY f t OR f, .ro X' 38 MACHINERY-PARTS nc.Miv TRACTORS vtl ]r- FEED EQUIPMENT TRUCKS GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coulls Higlr.vciy Lethbridge, Alberta Phone 327-3165 39A SPORT EQUIPMENT FOR SALE FOR SALE 99c Tape Exchange AAusiciand 40A FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES 57 FEMALE HELP WANTED UARYSIVH'R WANTED PREI-ER- I ,11 ly from '.ou'h side. Oltd days i.ntl niritiK PHont? JJ02 16 Fxrreinjrru COOKS AMD SHORT 66 PERSONAL DIVORCE DO-IT-YOURSELF. XM Wfsl loin Avi.'., Vancouver 9, B.C. Hume 738-1731. 1I71-23N HAIRDRESSTRbl new si'rrnunrtinq nncl co H.ive experience clientele. Phcine C8570-W .G MALE HELP WANTED 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS f.' F FINIS H ALL TYPES FUR- nilure elc. Also upholster dviifL. 328-1055. Free pickup. 296.t-.ID Petroleum people cool to idea SOUTHERN STAMP AND STENCIL Rubber Ltarnps, corporate sea Is, etc. S.ime-clny Service. Ave. S. Phone 32B-51K C6924-1J "Belter help him while you can goes into the sixth next 42 TRUCKS FOR SALE i 50 MISC. ARTICLES WTD. Vv'ci n 1 e d Heavy Duty Diesel Machinist Local Plan! Requires Full-time MAINTENANCE MAN MAYTAG SALES AMD SERVICE. SER- on all makes of washers and dryers, rr convenlional. Also 327. CaUi-tf 17' FT CASCADE VACATION j _ ________ _ (rallcr 'Extent condition. Phcnc 5CRAP STEE'. CAST 'RON T'.'.'O CHF-SfS- 327-277.1. 3.U1-Z4 Brass Radiators TRAILERS CAMPERS FOR SALE OR RENT ft. oPtClAL W I N T E R CLEAN-UP Prompt service. Phone 337-2-133. 337B-tf 60, Herald. J-OR FULLY INSURED TREE SUR- GEON CJTTING, TRIMMING, ETC. PHONE 326-2094. 5739-tf 40 MISC. ARTICLES FOR SALE PERSONNEL WANTED 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES HIGHEST PRICES FOR Metals Steels nd cast BsttnriCB, radintort. DAVIS ENTERPRISES 1S05 2nd Ave. S. Phonp C9ys-t( PREBCO RECREATION j SCRAP IRON VEHICLES LTD. Radiators _ Batteries Always paying more- NATIONAL SALVAGE CO. LTD. ?50 LAYING HENS. Phono Noblctord. No Sund.iy mil' t PRODUCTION FOREMEM QU.M ITY rONTROt MF'f f EOUITWENT I RECEIVER AN'D SHIPPER PLEASE APPLY TO BOX 69, HERALD 172 PETS AND SUPPLIES GREAT DANF PUPS. PHONE 758- nr Spring Coulee. TWO PUPPIES (FOUR MONTHS OLD) to hf Pnrl Becgle and TrvrlT. Phone 3-15-38-iO. PUREBRED REGISTERED GREAT Dflnf F-niaif Papers. S150, or bet' of'r-r Phon- 3-106-20 CHICAGO (CP) The Cana- dian petrol c u MI imlu-sir- "cool" I o ward the klcn of a con- jtincntal or pnckfige approach in energy dealings with Iho U.S.. sixikosman D. B. Furlong said today. The U.S. appears to favor (he so-called continental energy ap- proach "but we in the industry arc cool Lo a strict interpreta- tion of that idea." the managing director of (he Canadian Petro- leum Association told the U.S. Institute of Gas Technology. "We would iruicli prefer not to j have our rrspretivc govnrn- j ments making all our deals for 1 Mr. Furlong j the long-term pos- 1 sibility of future Canadian natn- ral gas exports to the States in excess of IdO trillion cubic feet. the average export price of 27 cents per thousand I cubic feet at Ihc border "must i increa.se. probably to douhic what it is now or even higher. REPLACKS GKKK.N'K He spoke as panelist in a group also containing Nigerian, j Algerian and Venezuelan petro- I leum repre.'-pntatives and was a j substitute for Energy Minister j J. J. Greene, recovering from a t stroke. I The U.S appears to offer an 1 almost insatiable natural gas I market and it seems certain j (hat the U.S. is willing to buy up any Canadian surplus, lie said. Mr. Furiong said future sur- pluses in the North, in Western i Canada and in off-shore areas east and west may mean i trillion cubic feet for U.S. mar- I kcK l That would be the equivalent of "five to six Canadian pipe- lines of diameter deliv- ering a billion cubic feet daily. And that would be about one- third of current U.S. annual reeds. But gas had been .said at bar- gain-basement prices and Future supplies would hinge on higher yields, if only because exploration and production costs ran high off .shore and in tha North. U.S. gas companies had dem- onstrated their belief in Canada as a secure source of supply. Advanced payments for explo- ration, including gas in Alaska "which probably will depend on a pipeline through to- talled million. It was debated in Canada whether there shou'd be any ex- ports at all to the United States but ilie economic benefits were loo large to ignore. Ben burns FOR SALE PUREBRED GOLDEN Cocker Spaniel puppies, six weeks nlri Pnthrr excellent hunter. Phone Mrs T H Acltly, Taber. 3-I07.7R FOR ALASKAN MALEWUTE Fpjnalc, 1 j oltJ. Phone 327- 33B-S-J9 REGISTERED IRISH TtRRIER pup? lor sale S75 .ind up. Pet and duality. Phone 327-2551. 3271 -70 Deaths Yesterday Ity 'UIK CANADIAN PUKSS Yehuda Lcih chicl rabbi of the Moscow synagogue and unofficial leader of UK USSR's three million .lews. Atmorp, Will Adams, lifted in -social security records Uis 121. i Ilenlcv-un-TIiaiiifS, Knglantl 1 Dame Gladys Cooper, 81, a leading British actress whose career spanned fill years. 0 k I a ho m a City, J. i Howard Edmondson, who swept into Ihc OklaliC'ina j nor'.s office on a reform plat- I for ir; at age :il and sei'ven1 as slate govei-nor from over Deer bollles EDMONTON" 'CD Brewer Hen Gintrr of Prince George, 1 H.C., said Wednesday that AI- hcrla bdllo depots are dis- criminntiny against him by re- fusinp to accept his empty soft drink i Mr. Gintcr. who owns Uncle Bcn'.s Beverage's Lid., has hccn marketing I he .soft drinks in sfmidarr! beer bottles. "Wo have u.scd hcer bottles for I he sofl drinks in order io help eiiininalc he said in an interview. "We fee! it is I easier and cheaper for the con- sumcr to return both beer and 1 pop bottles In one depot." The Alberta Brewers' Asso- cbilion has advised its depots not to accept any bottles bear- ing .Mr. Ginter's soft drink la- bel. S'fiirl a brewers' a.s.soc'iation Wednesday: ''As an organization working for the breweries in Alberta, our obligation is to handle empty bet ties !hal arise from the hcer trade in Alberta. We have placed an embargo on boiiles from oilier provinces and lhe.-e hot lies arc imported from B.C." Mr. Gintcr. who is building a brewery in Red Deer, said are relwtanl to stock his soft drinks he-cause of diffi- culties in returning the bottles Qoca on air WKTA.SKIWIN new radio Cation uent on the air to- day, sorvinc the Wetaskiwin, Camrose. Ponoka, Rimbcy, Le due and Drayton Valley areas south of Edmonton. S. at ion C.10I. owned by Park- Ic-'ul Radio l.fd.. has main offieies in Wetaskiwin. 5T. LOUIS FURNITURE TRUVPfcTS, ducou-.f. MUSSCIAND PHONE 327-1056 53 FEMALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED 59 MALE-FEMALE HELP WANTED CHASERS Also on Display CMncoks In two and three bedroom V.MLL DO modeU. in n COALHURST MOBILE HOMES Phone 327-3744 54A LICENCED NURSERIES 59A HOSPITAL PERSONNEL WANTED 73B USIN ES S OPPORTUNITIES UN1TED MOBILE MALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED CLEAR OUT SALE (New and Used) LG.v DDWH PAYMETJTS, SPECIALS MUSICIAN PRODUCE FOR SAIE 57 FEMALE HELP WANTED Senator Artlnir Roe WctUucrUi Roebuck. who had heen in the Senate since 19-l.j and a long-time oppo- nent of anything connected with age limits. PUBLIC NOTICES TENDER FOR MAINTAINERS Corner 3rd Ave. 3rd St. S., Lethbridge Phone 327-0822 or 327-1730 RELIABLE BABYSITTER, TO COM in Nor Hi side. References For Sale 26 stool lunch counter. Ail fixtures and equipment available ior re- C830HI EXPERIENCED FIVE I 44 AGRICULTURAL WANTED tuy week. Apply in lo AI-X. I 1 anrtrfl Ppstaurant, .1th Avenue 5'h CB585-50 62 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES Contact Store Manager, fo further i n f or in a 1 i o n Metropolitan Stores, 317 5 Si. S., Lethbridge Phone 327- 4110. 64 SEWING SERVICES THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT LIKE BEING MY OWN BOSS. SO 45 AUTOS WANTED quired. Phono 3355-3 65 LOST AND FOUND C.PS71 tf 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR BEVERAGE ROOM LIQUOR LICENCE Instoliecl IMPERIAL MOTORS and Tire Service Cor. 2nd Ave. and 7th St. 5. 46 AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIES tr.'. COUNTpr V-OT PHONE 323-3654 42 TRUCKS FOR SALE WANTED BY DECEMBER 1ST PHONE 47 LIVESTOCK WANTED O TO BUY OP Rl BENNET HOTELS LTD. ROBERTS HOTEL AUCTION SALE f-Mcc VANDA REALITY i J COUNSELOR COT-ME1ICS _ onf- 327-7627 or 323-9842 !LJn.r_onto. LIQUOR AND RT F. R THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR BEVERAGE ROOM ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS THE INHOSPITABLE DEPTHS Part 4 FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE IXSI'AXT O Up hlllll ill fl (IrtV Iwliy cnmr's M'A'MVIV I I VI-: CKNTS U-OII-.M for i-ji li p.-iilrrn mo pi', .v IM ir, conls n.-iiii'in inr fn-si-clnss ALVIN KIRBY SAVOY HOTEL I M.-ul l.iinilril l.n Fi'iinl .Shi'i'l Toronln I, ;