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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Hearing on natural gas rates to open Feb. 9 OTTAWA (CP) A major public hearing of proposals to raise rales for transmission of natural gas across Canada, postponed from early October, will open in Ottawa Feb. 9, the National Energy Board an- nounced in a statement released today. TransCanada PipeLines Ltd. ot Toronto, which supplies Al- berta gas by pipe to gas-utility companies between there and Montreal, applied last summer to the board for permission to change the rates it charges. The board's decision will af- fect the prices that Canadians from Saskatchewan to Quebec pay for natural gas. The rate hearing, first of its kind since TransCanada began delivering gas to Eastern Can- ada in 1958, was scheduled orig- inally to open Oct. 6 but was postponed. One reason was delay in strengthening the en- ergy board with two new mem- bers, whose appointments were announced last week. At least two dozen organiza- tions are expected to intervene at the hearings and argument is likely to last for months. The Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec governments had planned inter- ventions before the postpone- ment of the hearings. So had the companies which buy from TransCanada, which acts as a gas wholesaler to the Corp., Consumers Gas Co. and .Saskatchewan P o w c r Corp., Union Gas. Co. in southern On- Greater Winnipeg Gas Co., lario, and Gaz Metrosolitain Northern and Central Gas Inc. of Montreal. Military college SYDNEY, N.S. (CP) Fire destroyed the administrat i o n block of the Canadian Coast Guard College at nearby Point Edward. There were no injuries in the section gutted fire which broke out on Die fcr- mcr Second World War Navy base. Most of the 117 students enrolled at the college were off the base, spending the Christ- mas holidays at their homes across Canada. The hearing will deal only with TransCanada's base rate of charges, rather than detailed rates for customers in different areas, along with tJie total cost of Ms service and the company's rate of profit. BIBLE COMPILliD The King James version of the Bible was compiled in Eng- land in 1611. lundtiy, Dccnmbor 8V, 1570 IHE LEIHBRIDGk HORAIO f I Han is lifted on diseases CKiN'KVA, Switzerland (AIM Typhus and relapsing fever are no longer cwioidercd quar- anlinable diseases under new in- ternational health regulations becoming effective Friday. The World Health Organization says the two diseases are no longer considered a threat to interna- tional health. This leaves (our cholera, yellow fever and antinable. and the New Year's holiday! Peanut Butter Potato Chips Jelly Powder Apricot Halves Empress Hsrno 5" Chun net wt. tin 1 -19 Party Pride.............................9 oz. pkg. Empress Assorted Flavours 3-or. net wt. pkg. Gardensicle, Canada Standard Grode 14 fl. oz. tin Cranberry Sauce TOW 14 or (IB 214 J 81 Ground Coffee Cheddar Cheese Margarine Safeway All Purpose 1-lb. net wt. pkg. Safeway Medium, random cuts OFF ORIG. PRICE Blue Bonnet colored........................... 3-lfa. pkg. Made -En9land Fresh and tasty............... Mb. cello bag Prepared Mustard Kroff 12fleljar Water Ice Wafers windssr wax raper rol! jp Bathroom Tissue SeoHWhitS9C6lored Ws 3J) racial i issue SCOHios, 4 Piy Pk3. "jf R MANDARINS Genuine Japanese The Traditional Festive Season Orange Pick up a box today while they are at their best! WII Florida, fresh, red or white laras siie 4Sj Fresh Yams Imported, serve candied with ham Imported Ocean Spraylate Howe's lib. net wt. pkg. f I f I rresn wucumners F F6Sll BROCCOLI Imported Serve wilh Chaeis Sauts WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES Ll SAFEWAY Here Are Your Party Needs 5JP 4 i P Drinks Chip Dips Cragmont All Flavours 28-fl. oz. bottle Lucerne Fresh Assorted Flavours 8-oz.ct tn......... Salad Jelly Sheriff's Powder ft nr 4 flavours.........3-oz. net wt. pkg. JV 1 I Old English, 4 flavors Artificial Wines M.. 79c A IX CL uuit .....1.3.01. net wt. >m ojc Old Dutch Res, Snack Crackers 32c f I I fl K Sea Trader Ofi Smoked Oysters 3.6.01. not wt. nn 39c Ginger Beer Allen's ___ 10 fl. or. tin 2 for 2VC Burns n ZOC Tri Pack 9-oz. net wt. pkg. Vienna Sausage I A J Sweet Drink Mix IXOOI AIO 3'i-oz. net wt. pkg Creme de Menthe kinds 9-01. net wt. Pka. Artificial Wine 25 fl. oz. btle. Cheese Ritz w, Pk3 79c x- I i Granthams, 7 kinds Cocktail mix Pretzel Twists Chrite0' wt Pk3, 39c Meal Mates net wt Pkg. 47c King Oscar 3.5-or. tin 3jC v I Sea Trader Solid Whife Tuna Fish net w.. tin 49c II I I p.U Millionaire Mackerel Fillets net wt. tin Assorted Peas or Creamed Corn Beans and Pork or Spaghetti In T.S. Town House Canada Fancy 14 fl. oz. tin 4-79' Taste Tells 14 fL or, tin 1.1 1.00 Health, and Beauty On Sale Tliis Week Fruit Salts 99c Enos 7-or. btle. Macleans Reg. or Mint, mfr. AA_ offer Family tubs Razor Blades wnkinsonllpkg of 5 79c Hair Dressing tnrgo tube ZC THE HARVER JUNIOR ENCYCLOPEDIA Hair Spray VOLUME 13 OK SALE, only 1 ,29 ;