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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, February 23. 1974 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD 3 Gas consumers will receive larger rebates EDMONTON (CP) Alberta natural gas consumers will receive slightly larger provincial discounts later this year because of accelerated federal income tax rebates for private utility companies, utilities minister Roy Farran said Friday. Mr. Farran said the accelerated rebate will total about million. The increased provincial discount would result in a six-per-cent reduction in consumer's gas bills, he said. Provincial treasurer Gordon Miniely said the rebate will result in slightly larger provincial discounts for consumers served by Northwestern Utilities in Edmonton. The effect of the rebate will be taken into consideration during a public utilities board rate increase hearing being held for Calgary Power, he said. There would be no change in Edmonton power rates because the municipally owned company does not pay federal income taxes. WORLD'S TALLEST TOWER CONSTRUCTION COMPLETED TORONTO (CP) The final bucket of concrete for the section of the CN Tower was poured Friday, completing the final inch of the massive structure. As the last bucket was poured, workmen, wet and chilled from being outside all night, cheered. Ground breaking cere- monies started work on the world's tallest self- supporting tower last February. It is. a communications tower, constructed at an estimated cost of million by Canadian National Railways. BANK VAN ROBBED MADRID Four masked armed with pistols and shotguns held up a bank van this week and es- caped with in Spanish currency, police said. Authorities said no one was in- jured during the holdup and that one getaway car and' some of the money was later recovered. GENERAL FARM Presents The SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET H L Pre Lethbridge......40 23 .02 Medicine Hat 38 20 Pincher Creek... 33 11 .17 Grande Prairie 27 7 Edmonton ......27 -3 .21 iBanff........... 35 18 .54 Calgary......... 37 19 Penticton.......47 22 Kamloops....... 44 26 Vancouver...... 45 31 Saskatoon.......18 -1 Regina .........19 -9 -17 .Toronto.........47 15 .26 Ottawa......... 42 11 .70 Montreal .......40 25 .88 (Chicago 38 14 .21 Athens 57 46 Rome.......... 48 41 London.........50 39 Berlin.......... 43 36 Amsterdam.....46 43 Madrid 52 34 Moscow ..-......28 4 Stockholm...... 41 37 Honolulu........82 65 FORECAST: Lethbridge Medicine Hat Calgary Clear tonight, gusty westerly winds near foothills, lows 15-20, cloudy periods Sunday, highs 35-40. Coiumbia Kootenay Today sunny with cloudy periods. Sunday, mainly cloudy. Periods of snow in Columbia district. Highs both days in the 30s. Lows tonight near 15. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Partly cloudy west and central few snow showers extreme east today. Fair or partly cloudy and warmer tonight and Sunday except cloudy and cold northeast. Highs today mostly 30s. Lows tonight 10 to 20. Highs Sunday 40s except 30s northeast. West of Continental cloudiness today. Mostly fair and warmer Sunday. Highs today 30 to 40. Lows tonight 10 to 20. Highs Sunday 35 to 45. AG-EXPO '74 MARCH THE BIGGEST AND BEST AGRICULTURE SHOW FOR SOUTHERN ALBERTA Visit the Display of Farm Machinery and Irrigation Equipment Shown by... General Farm Supplies Count Highway Box 1202 Pbooe 328-1141 AMA ROAD REPORT as of a.m., Feb. 23. All highways in the Lethbridge district are bare and dry. Highway 2, Fort Macleod to Calgary, bare and dry, Calgary to Edmonton, slippery sections throughout Trans Canada west, Calgary to Banff, mostly bare with occasional slippery section. Banff to Golden, mostly bare, slippery from field to Great Divide. Watch for black ice and falling rock. Golden to Revelstoke one and a half inches of new snow, sanding in progress. Slippery at present Watch for equipment working. Revelstoke io Three Valley Gap. mostly bare, has been sanded. Banff to Radium, mostly bare, trace of snow, slippery sections. Banff to Jasper, half inch new snow, plowing and sanding in progress, slippery sections. Watch for equipment. Highway 1 east to Medicine Hat and Swift Current, bare and dry throughout. of entry: Times in Mountain Standard Time (Alber- opening and closing times: Carway 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Chief Mountain closed; Coutts open 24 hours; Del Bcnita 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Kingsgate open 24 bom j; PorUull Rykerts 7 a.m. until ll p.m.; Wild Horse 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Rooseviile 7a.m. to H p.m. Logan Pass. (Cnada Ontmn bom moved OM bom- earlier Jaa. wkea Mostan went oa daylight time.) INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SALES SERVICE CENTRE Presents their annual 1962 INTERNATIONAL DCF 405 DIESEL THIS WEEK 5500 wa. 1969 INTERNATIONAL F-1800 TANDEM NEXT WEEK THIS WEEK S7100 1971 KAWASAKI 500 MOTORCYCLE NEXT WEEK THIS WEEK Crowded conditions Where's a pigeon to land in these crowded'conditions? Lone flier waits for someone to move over so he can land on wires overlooking rail yard at Port Coquit- lam. B.C., near Vancouver. Grain shipments through yards make spot'popular feeding spot for birds. Davis: government plans to set up own oil company 1969 INTERNATIONAL 1600 3 TON NEXT WEEK THIS WEEK was 1970BUICK LaSABRE 4 DOOR NEXT WEEK THIS WEEK was 1971 INTERNATIONAL TRAVELALL S3150 NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C. (CP) Environment Minister Jack Davis said Friday Canada will set up its own government owned petroleum company this year. Mr. Davis, in a speech to the North Vancouver Chamber of Commerce, said legislation would be presented in the next session of parliament to "give us one company we can call our own and still leave room for the others." He said decisions on whether the proposed company would be wholly or partially -owned by the government or whether to allow the provinces to buy in still haven't been made. "The oil industry, is dominated the world over by a few large firms." Mr. Davis said. "These firms have set their own prices. They've built their own structure. They've had things more or less their own way." The minister said Canada doesn't have one oil company that has Canadian majority ownership, with the result that Canadians "haven't had much say at the policy- making level even when it came to producing oil in Canada for use by Canadians." HIGH COST He said it would cost Canada billion to find all the oil and gas needed to take Canada through the 1980s, but Canada is in a fortunate position because it has reserves. The Alberta tar sands have a 200-year supply of oil, Mr. Davis said, and the price of this oil can provide a ceiling on Canadian oil prices. Increased volume of oil from the tar sands could bring the price of oil down, he said. Mr. Davis said Canada will have a one-price system for oil across the country, although costs would be higher, in some places because of transportation costs. For. example, the price of oil in Montreal will be somewhat higher than the price at the Alberta wellhead. The price of oil produced in Canada will be increased, the minister said, but how much still hasn't been decided. "A low fixed price is unrealistic." Mr. Davis said. "But dramatic increases must be resisted. "We can control our fuel prices within limits." NEXT WEEK THIS WEEK 1955R-180 WITH BEET BOX REWARD! Lost in ttw vicinity of 8th Street and 9th Avenue South, Lethbridge. A slender grey female cat Cherished Pet Phone 328-4839 after 5 p.m. Open Saturdai WHICH TWIN does fits own JACK DAVIS INCOME TAX '5 It's easy spot Hie wise man who 'oltes bis return to H R B1OCK. He's smiling, happy and secure. COMPLETE Smart taxpopers ftom RETURNS coasMo-coasl know rtie value of qualified Jax os- sis'ance. CUMAOTtt Co. Snvtcr Wiifi Ovfi 6000 OMicw. in NotlJi Amenta f 15 3rd Ava. S. 324 Win St N. 327-4075 f M S NEXT WEEK THIS WEEK S2250 1968 INTERNATIONAL 1100 PICKUP 1968 INTERNATIONAL Z110A TRACTOR UNIT was NEXT WEEK THIS WEEK NEXT WEEK THIS WEEK 7995 1969 6BJC WITH CAMPER NEXT 9 WEEK f THIS WEEK 2500 NEXT WEEK THIS WEEK 800 Phone Henry at Phone Herb at Phone Mick at Phone Pete at 328-3265 328-6959 329-0970 327-8925 NEXT WEEK Watch for Next Prices! But don't let someone else get your unit! INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER SALES AND SERVICE CENTRE 304 Stafford Drive Phone 327-3125 ;