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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, Pipeline bids to be filed EDMONTON (CP) Cana- dian Arctic Gas Study Ltd., will file applications this year both in Canada and the United States to build a ga? pipeline down the Mackenzie Valley, a company official said Thursday. W. W. Brackett of Toronto, corporate affairs vice- president, in a telephone interview said on the basis of a completed study released Wednesday, the firm feels a pipeline is viable and will file the applications in November or December Canadian Arctic Gas Study announced Wednesday an independent study showed potential reserves of about 55 trillion cubic feet of natural gas in the Mackenzie Delta area. Mr. Brackett said the group's planning is based on tapping both Canadian and U.S. gas reserves with construction tentatively scheduled to start late in 1976. He said construction of the 48-inch cold gas pipeline would require three winters to construct. BETRAYED BY LIGHTS ROME (AP) Police be- came suspicious when they saw a tour bus cruising at night with none of its lights on Thev discovered a 13-year- old in the driver's seat and turned him over to his parents with a reprimand for taking a Calgary's Volunteens SPEAKING OF RECORDS -SHAME OTTAWA (CP) Canada isn't noted for many Olympic records, but when it comes to kissing, hand clapping, bean eating and standing on one out world A group of students at Con- federation high school claims to have set world standards in all four activities during a fun-fest aimed at raising school spirit. The records? hours of kissing. hours of hand clapping. beans (one at a time) in 30 minutes. hours of hopping The students plan to notify the Guinness Book of World Records. No Canadian troops for Ulster By VICTOR MACKIE Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA A claim" by a member of the Northern Ire- land assembly that Canada is training troops for peace keeping in Ulster was dismiss- ed as "pure Irish fantasy" by spokesmen from the departments of defence and external affairs here Thur- sday. In Belfast, Thomas Seymour a member of the assembly said he has "evidence" that Canadian troops demobilized last July from duty with the Inter- national Control Commission in Vietnam are being drilled in a section of northern Canada that resembles the riot areas of Ulster. This report brought laughter from official spokesmen in both Canadian government departments as they formally denied it The delence department pointed out that Canada's commitment to the ICCS was only 250 officer-observers. The spokesman said this was hardly the size of a force re- quired to keep the peace in Ulster. The assemblyman was re- ported to have said the Cana- dian force is being trained at two points of northern Canada. SAND GRAVEL >ASPHALT< TOLLESTRUP kSAND and GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. PHONE MAZDA ROTARY And you were going to buy another piston engine car. Test them. Then test us. Before the launch Soviet cosmonauts Lt. Col. Vasily Lazarev, left, and Oleg Makarov pose before spaceship before launch of Soyuz 12 mission reported Thursday by Tass, the Soviet news agency. Soyuz is the first manned mission by the soviet Union reported since Soyuz 11. in which three cosrnosnauts perished due to faulty hatch design. after' How many teenagers do you know who would devote hours of their time to work with the blind, the retarded, the deaf, the cerebral palsied, the emotionally disturbed? For three years, hundreds of Calgary teenagers have been doing just that. They work in hospitals, nursing homes, and camps for retarded chil- dren. They help drug users down off bad trips. They or- ganize dances and social gatherings for disabled teen- agers and senior citizens And they do it all for free Read the inspiring story of CALGARY'S VOLUNTEENS one of 34 articles and features in the October Reader's Digest. At your newsstand today! _ By JEFF CARRUTHERS Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA The federal health protection branch is preparing to warn Canadian doctors that use of the con- troversial drug diethylstilbestrol as a "morn- ing after" contraceptive in- volves an increased risk of sometimes-fatal blood clotting or thromboembolism. The warning, the latest in a series of problems linked with DES, will be included in the October issue of Rx Bulletin, sent free by Ottawa to doc- tors. Dr A B Morrison, head of the health protection branch, said Thursday that there is a COBRECTIONI The following items which appeared incorrectly in our Lethbridge Herald advertisement Wednesday, Sept. 26 should have read' ITEM NO. 1 SAVE 30% on most Patterns stocked in Royal Albert. ITEM NO. 2 SAVE 25% on 11 popular Stemware Patterns that include: Exqui- site, Charmont Duchess, Mario, Arabesque, Baltic Blue, Ruby by Waldonia, Mirage by Denby, Tiara, Upsala 4000 and We regret any Inconvenience this may have caused our customers. 606-608 3rd Ava. S. Phone 327-5767 Convenient Terms "small but probably real risk of thrornboembolisms related to high-dosage use of es- trogens'" such as the increasingly-popular "morn- ing after" DES treatment. As a "morning after" treat- ment, DES is given in high doses 24 to 72 hours after a suspected unprotected act of intercourse DES is a synthetic estrogen that has been linked with a rare vaginal cancer in the female offspring of women treated with the drug; that has been banned as a growth stimulating hormone in cattle and chickens, after traces of the chemical were found in samples of meat destined for human consumption, and that increasingly is being used by doctors, especially at some university clinics, as a post- coital form of birth control. Canada earlier this year an- nounced it would allow drug manufacturers to claim that DES could be used as a "morning after pill" if labell- ing for their products were changed, to include a warning that it should be used only in emergency conditions and that there were risks to the child born after an un- successful DES treatment Sears SATURDAY SPECIALS STARTS A.M. Flannelette Diapers 266 12 in pkg. Irregulars. Infants and Wear Cotton Sculptured Corduroy yard 49 45" wide. Assortment of colors. Yard Goods Iron Railings 20% off 6' and 4' Sections Building Supplies Reg. to 98 Ladies' Long Gowns C99 W Reg. to to 99 Wide variety of styles. Broken size range. Ladles' and Dresses Booster Seat [98 4 99 Made of high impact plastic. Infant and Children's Wear Green Hunting Boots Men's egg Reg. O Reg. Lace up front. Waterproof. Insulated. Men's size 7-12. Boys' Size 1-6. Family Footwear Pine Window Shutters 20% off Sizes Limited. Limited Quantities. Building Supplies Reg. 98 to set Thermal Blankets C39 V Double Reg. Queen "3rl49 Reg. i Cellular weave. Machine washable. Nylon binding. at Simpsons-Sears you get the finest guarantee satisfaction or money refunded and free delivery Bedding and Linen Ltd. Baby Lounge 349 Reg. Pink, Blue, White with foam pad. Infant and Wear _________mmmmmmmmm Ladies' and Misses' Winterboots Beg. A0g to to Clearance table. Assorted styles, colors and sizes Family Footwear Ash Tray and Stand 5" Reg. Spanish and modern design. China and Glassware Dept. Kiddie Blanket 61 Hippo design Washable. Easy care. Bedding and Linen {99 STORE HOURS: Open daily from a.m. to p.m. Thurs. and Fri. a.m. to p.m. _______Centre Village Mall, Telephone 328-9231 Exotic Cattle Auction Tuesday.Oct. 2nd at 12 Noon KILLAM AUCTION MARKET KILLAM, ALBERTA Located at Crossroads of Highways 13 and 36 60 outstanding Holstem heifers, bred Chianma Maine Anjou, to calf in Oct., Nov. from Ross Ash- more, Aldersyde. From Schrader-Primrose Ranches, Westlock bred heifers and cows; bred Chianma Gelbvick, bred Pmzgauer 12 bred Normandi bred Terentaise From Rutledge Ranch, cows bred Pinzgauer From D C Lund, Taber cows bred Pm- zgauer; 10 cows bred Simmental and Chi- anina blood Limousin Heifer and Vt blood Chianma Heifer (not recorded) NO CLEAN UP BULLS USED 2 Charolais cows to calf with Vz blood Blonde D'Aquitaine calves before sale date. Sire: Grande and Fantome 2Vi blood Blonde D'Aquitaine Heifers. Sire: Fantome Born April 8, 1973 and Oct. 12, 1972 Cows and Heifers bred Exotic may be the best money makers of them all! Otto Streborg Lie. 010098 Phone 672-3986 Dennis Strtbtrg Lie 010097 Phone 385-3659 for further information contact or Write Box 1808, Camrote, Alberta (Our NEW TELEPHONE NUMBER) EMERSON'S of course! PONTIAC-BUICK-GMC GM PARTS and SERVICE Effective MONDAY, OCTOBER 1st j ;