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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 THf lETHBFlnGE MfRALO ornia faces severe power shortage Prospecting For one Ililnu, il doesn't atlrcict mctny people these days nnd for nnollier, equipment is greatly changed from Klondike days. Eul il's far from a lasl ait yet. Cliariie Maricn of Rosoweli, Ga., is o weekend prospector who finds pleasure and mild profit in workinti the Elowah River. Abovs, hn sliov.'s Ellen Weshiedge of Atlanta lo use a mclol detector. Left, selling UT a portable dredge end, belcw, filling a sluice with promising bottom silt. While Maricn soys ho dcesn't expect lo gel rich from bis pastime, just maybe My HOHKHT A. WUIGIIT Nrw York Times Service ANGKLKS California f aci'-> power si tort dep Ic- ilion of fuel reserves and a dc- i lerioratinp environment unless 1 cru.sumpticM of electricity is 1 sliaiply curtailed, according to sludiL'Ls by the Hand Corporation made public this week. Kami Corporation rcc- onimemls us a "reasonable ob- jcvtive" the reduction of dec- consuniplion in the slate by w> per cent of projections lot demand En Uiu year 2000. i KlcctricLiy could Ijc consei'v- one report .suggests, by inassive substitrtion of gas for i elcelricity in major linvisciiotd ['cquiremenls, use of solar energy nnii by improved in- sulation in among oilier measurcj. The state should foster these goals through educational cam- paigns (or consumers, tax in- centives to developers of al- Ic mate power sourc K> a ml legislation, the report said. Kvcn if Uie recommeiulexl conservation objective is met, the Hand researchers in a cani- patiion report, said about 23 new power plants with capacity of megawatts will have to be buiU by the year 2000. And because only 55 miles of coiist- li pi: ecological, economic or tech- research- ers recommended that the state establish machinery lo oversee site selection of Mure pbnts. UNLIKELY Technological improvements or arc not likeiy to solve all (he major cnviron- the need for careful planning sites, the researchers satil. The com punion reports on slowing of demand of electri- city and sile .selection of plants were prepared for the Californ- ia legislature, which shared the funding of the six-month study the national science foun- and the Keckefellcr foun- dation. Rnml. which has special- ized iti governmental research, primarily in national security, conducted the .strily as parl of expanding domestic divi- .ine remain suitahlc for power which is boking into en- plant of crgy, traiispoi'lalion and envir- onmental The rejwi't on tlie need Lo consumption, prepared by Dr. Konalci b. Doctor, an en- gineer, and Dr. Kent P. Ander- son, an economist, yaid the slate must soon to im- plement policies that v.-ould lead eventually lo the use of al- temnte [lower sources and ccn- v, X i JMiinicipal freeze i hil by Sykcs CALGARY at the fame time maintain cur- rent projected environmental quality standards. Moreover, while the demand grows, con- ventional sources of energy diminish." COMMITTED The report said that nuclear power, to which the state is now committed as the solution (o energy problems, cannot solve the power crisis because insufficient time is left to build enough plants. SIMPSONS bears Grote, chop, grind, stir, puree, whip, mix, blend, liquefy and frappe'. BSado removes for easy cleaning. Glass jar graduated in cups, snug fil- ling cover. Electrical Coats Thread Reg. 25c. Spool colours. 100 yd. spools, 200 only. Notions and Wool Renee Sports Yarn Reg. 98c 2 ply. 2-oz, skein, Good selection of colours. Discontinued line. Notions and Wool Ladies' Sweater Reg. 54.99 Polyester of acrylic. A'.-oMed S.M.L Ludies' SporJiwpar Carving Set 3-pee. set of ccrvincj fork, carving knife nnd bread kntffi. Jewellery Remington Lektro Blnde 6 Men's Razor Three replaceable heads. Extrn pock cf re- placement blades. Beauty and Health Ladies' Manicure Set Reg. Deluxe 16 pee. set sturdy vinyl case. Beauty und Health Ladies' Long Robes Cotton quilled robe with polyester fill. Your choice of 1 styles in At Home Wear Ladies' Hostess Gowns Round collar and short puff sleeves in com- fortable acetate fabric. S.M.L, At Home Wear Ladies' Culottes 3.99 Flowered acelate fabric wilh round neck and three-quarter sleeves. At Home Wear Ladies' Culottes and Tunics Beautiful and cozy fleece fabric. Trimmed with Gold braid. At Home Wear Children's Terry Animal slippers i ngg marching honcj up holder. Pink, blue, small, medium, largtr, ex fro large. Fif children fo 5 years. Ladies' Hoiicry Tek Hughes Hair Brushes Reg. Wirh plastic carrying case. Handy purin Boaulv nnd Knnllh Pius Herbal Shampoo Rog. 9 fluid ounces. Contains 12 natumi herbs for ihiny, clean hair. Beauty and Hcallh Hershey Bars Reg. The moil In v A hnri per box. Choree from Milk Crccolnte nnd Peanut Butter cup hrm. Candy Dcpt. Children's Colieaeville Costumes Reg, Cfjlourful mosV vision eyeholes, Rrigh) for nighl. Flome rorardotJ, Small, merlium, Inrfjc. Slnrioncry DcpJ. Half Price Clearance On Fall Planting Bulbs While Quantities Lust We reserve rhe right to limit quantifies. Choose from Crocus, Hyacinth, Narcissus, Tulip, Cheerfulness and Actoa. Garden Shop Shot Gun Shells Clearance of existing slock of Cl.l. 12 go urge, C.I.L. 20 gauge, and Winchester 12 gauge. All in aisorled shof sirej. Standard load Llmitid quantities. ________________Sporting Goodt Children's Collegeville Costumes Wilh reflecla-light mask, visible up to milo in headlight beam. Flame retarded, Small, medium, large. Stationery Dept, STORE Open Daily 9 a.m. to OiiaiSlv p.m. Thursday and rritlciy 9 o.m. to 9 p.m. Centre Village. Telephone 370-9231 More ul Simpsons-Scars This Saturday In Weekend Magazine Punishment Five years ago, the government began its controversial trial suspension of capital pun- ishment. Most policemen objected strongly, and are demanding that hanging be brought back. To find out why. read Bill Trent's fact- filled report in Weekend Magazine, this Sat- urday. What Do You Think? Cast your ballot for or against capital punish- ment and read the evidence against it as compiled by a Montreal criniinologist. Also in this issue: B.C. Bound? Think twice Pearson's Memoires Good Old Apple Pie Recipes Colors Can Be Revealing The Herald ;