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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-23,Lethbridge, Alberta WcdiiMday, ^«iiwry 29,1t74~THK LITHtMDOI HMALD^I« rTlic Herald' District Columbia Gas Ltd. to increase prices CRANBROOK (Sp«lal) -Columbia Natural Gas Ltd., East Kootenay utility listing 7.M4 services, has notification that Alberta’s wellhead price bike will awly on its gas purchases from Alberta, Credit union earns 6V*% TABER (HNS) — A (iivi-dend wi savings of 6V* per cent was approved by the membership of Taber Sugar Makers Credit Union at the recent annual meeting. The credit union, now in its 25th year, has 149 members, including minors. Total savings are just over $196,000 and outstanding loans just over 1187,000. The dividend was declared from the year’s surplus of $12,367, with savings up more than $29,000 during 1S73 and more than $79,000 loaned to members. which in turn wUi lead to first price increase July 1. The hike now totals 56 cent¡> hut tbe first Jump was absorbed by CNG. Supply source is the 3&>inch Alberta Natural Gas iripeline 109 miles from Crowsnest to Kingsgate where it eicports to southwest United States. Tbe small percentage oí gas CNG taps is distributed to its systems from Crestón, to ^odcumchuck, Elkford and Fording, with major distribu-Üwi inCranbrook, Kimberley, Sparwood and Femle. Domestic use predominates at the average household cost of $15 a month for heat, hot water and cooking. Ken McLean, vice-president and general manager here, says a new price schedule will be necessary by July 1. ANG source is entirely from southern Alberta wells. CNG vice-pre^dent D. S. McIntosh of Calgary and Mr. McLean will support the applicaticHi of Inland Natural Gas to the B.C. Energy Commission hearing at Trail to link its West Kootenay and Okanagan customers to ANG’s 3fr-inch line at Yahk. bdand’s source at present is wells in far northern British Columbia, requiring a massive collection and distribution pipe complex, which hinders industrial use, since it is unable to engage in un- interruptible ctmtracts essential to major industrial users. Inland’s proposal, rejected several years ago, is about 100 miles of major supply line from ANG’s Yahk point west to China Creek in Trail vicinity. It would then allow for assured continuous supply contracts and add large industrial potential. The Trail hearing starts Jan. 28. Previous Inland application was several ^ars before the current North American “energy crisis.” Though supplied from Alberta, contents of the ANG pipeline become ANG’s as soon as thé flow enters British Columbia, which leads to interesting speculation concerning who owns it when it leaves Canada at Kingsgate* Eastport, and whether the federal government, or which provincial government, has jurisdiction^ When the pipeline was punched the 105 miles across B.C.’s southeastern comer, East Kootenay representations for a special favorable rate were araroved in Ottawa hearings, llie B.C. Public Utility Commission, no longer in existence, presided over applications of four companies for certificate of convenience for distribution, and ultimately a private company, Columbia Natural Gas, won the franchise. Flood plain The entrance to the Bob Dyck property just north of Fort Macleod was cut off for several days when ice jammed on the Oldman River, flooding the valley area north of the river. The water reached within 10 feet of Mr. Dyck’s buildings. Town employee George Bota said the town’s water supply is good now but ice is completely covering the water intake. There is no way of telling whether the ice can cause water shortages before it breaks up. JEANSWIHARTpholO Fort Macleod Museum success marked FORT MACLEOD (Special) — The Fort Macleod Historical Association recently hosted a dinner party for those who had assisted with making the Fort Museum successful. President Dr. John Walker, greeting the 5S invited in guests, said, “All present have helped in some way during the past years and we are proud of you all. Thank you for your co-operation, especially durinK the past vear.” He then introduced Karen Weis, progrtim officer of the secretariat of national museums policy. Miss Weis was in town for the day to study future plans of the museum and to make recommendations concerning it becoming a national centre. BACK AGAIN BY POPULAR DEMANDSHELDON’S 12-HOUR PROMOTION SALEIONE MV ONLY - TNUR8IIAV. JAN. 24tli» TOMORROW «THK MOST-TAI.KED.ABeyTlAI.B IN »OUTMBBM AUllBT* 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M.TOMORROW LOOK WHAT 25'ííiH- COMPLETE STOCK OP Kidilu’Running SbOM P«tr.................... KiddiN’ Stndalt. P«ir............. • Mm'sCtpt, EKh ....... • Ijdin’and Girli siinsB-ek, ■II fMttWthOM, Mir........................ 25« 25« 25« 25« LOOK WHAT SJDîSSv'- COMPLETE STOCK OF •    Ladiis'Running 8tMt,    50« •    Lidins’ ind filrli' Wmgiir Hft Pinli, .............................50« Pair......................... Mm's fiibirdinn Work Hitt. E*ch ........................ •    Girls' OMlm Jnckits Canadian mada, •    Mm'iVisU. Êaeh ................ • Mm’1 Combination«. ShortSlawa.Pair .... 50* 50« 50* 50* Ladiif'Acrylic *lM»il>aa vMta. Each 50« Don’t mist th« biggMt 1 day sale in Lothbridge's history. Unbsatable valussi Got here somehow and get here fafttt Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thurs, Jan. 24th only. ALL SALES ARE FINAL-NO REFUNDS OR SHELDONS OPPOSITE QALTOARDEN» ON SrdAVE.«. LOOK WHAT $iOOWILL BUY COMPLETE STOCK OF JEANS AND SLACKS Boys’ and Girls’, Sizes 8 to 18 Kiddles’ Sizes 3 to 6x •    indudiii brand nam    « _ Wnnflar and Tai^ Gin Pair ......................... ■ •    Ladias* Bonann Sb«s. sim s-io. (ah s 4 laalhar. Pair............................... •    Bay'tandKidMs’hlgkand    ^ . low nlrannara. Pair............. •    Ladiaa’THKayRannart 8lia*$-lO,patr ............................ ■ LOOK WHAT $900 WILL L_^JY COMPLETE STOCK OF •    Man'S Wastam Gnl Pani» by Wringlar. Mada hi U.S.A.. f A Palr....................................... ^ •    Canadian aiada Ladias’ Taa Kay Maria Qalra Laalhar SliMi, Pak....................................... « •    Itys’ and GIrIs' brand nana Iravaa SbNS. AHtatlhaf, Pak....................................... " •    Ladiat', Giris’. Klddin’ •wnnwrCMit, n«en................. •2 Goya’ Span SMits L«.g or «hori pwmtp»»*, $ii Each..................*................... ■ KiddlM' sport SMrta and T-Skirtt. o. ahoi-t ataavai, awiia llannalan*. ^ ^ Slia«3M*it,MCli ......................... ■ KIddiis'RaialaM. Slzaa6loa.palr ... Mm’a Spari SWn*, iooq » ahon pwma pfM*. $ia Each...................................... ■ Boys’and Girla’all iaatbarthaas Canadian mada. pair ....................... ■ .......................M .........M .........»1 Ladias'Rala BaoU. Pair...................... GIrto’ Plaid Rara Slacks. stia*3toflx.Pair ......... Boys’and KIdditt’Ran Pants Pair......................... Loni Slaava tama nade T-Shirts sor*' •*><■ «ri*’ Canadian mada bjr $ ^ Panman’t, Each............................ ■ Grass Waatam Straw Hats Man’» and Bay»’. Each................ Juns ind Sincks Srand Nama* - InelHdina «tanglw and Top Ùufi. Man'» - 3ira» M to M LwilM’ - SliM • lo 16. , $ A Pair....................................... * Bays’and girls’assortad    $9 Catual light ¡achata. Eacn ................ » Man’s Rabbar Boots.    $ a Pair....................................... “ Man's Tas Kay Banning Shoai, Pair....................................... • •2 Maw’s Acrylic Nyloft drau ind casval ibirts. Short »laara», SO Each ...................................... • Laias’all weal, strttch, nylon, lartrainafapanta. paif.............. Kiddias'. girls’, taaaagtrs', and ladias’ spring and simnNr dran casts, Each...................................... ™ Bays’ and girls’ Uni slaava Palyastar SMrts, CaMdtan mada, $A Each...................................... ^ Laditt' and girla’ Marta CMra Smw Inals •or« Hnad.iMdaM Canada gA br Bata, Pair............................... • lavs'SlHCklaOvanbaas,    m Pak....................................... • hys'andlMdln’iaaoaRMd Niltandlhariliaw. p*h .... •2 LOOK WHAT $Q00 WILL O_BUY COMPLETE STOCK OF • Bays’sbawarproalTap Casts,    90 Each ...................................... Man’s, Boys’, Udias’ Swaatars,    *0 Each...................................... W »3 ♦3 •3 •3 Each Kiddias’ WiMar JaOkats. •Ua* 3 - ex. Each........................ Man’s WaslamSbirU Caoh ........................ Boys’All Wool SpartJaeiiats Each ........................ Gins’and Taans’Jnmp Sails. Each........................ Caniplala atock al Man’s and Udias’ Grass and CausI Saanar Jackals, each............................. 3 Bays’and Girls’Canpar    ^ Gxlards, Pak .............................*3 < Boys’ and Girls’ Bins Ganlm 14V« oz. Wmglar Jaans.    $0 Pair....................................... Haaea liaad Kangaroa Naadad Swastsrshiru. Canadian mad* by Panmana, Each ............................ w > Ladias’ Marla Clair« All Laalhar Shaas. Ma<!><ne-<t«dii by Bata. Pair............................... Kiddias'All Black Laatbar    . GrauOxlirds. pair....................... Man’s WlntsrSnawBaats Lugaota.floacaHnad.Pak . Man s and ladias’ acrylic Lang Slaava Drau Swaalars    $0 Each ...................................... Man‘s4B«ckla0varsbBas, Pair...................... ^3 •3 LOOK WHAT *4" Ï1.Ï COMPLETE STOCK OF • Man’and ladias’callad aasaal ^ llai«alaclikMad*tnCaMrito.Pak......... "V •    Boys’and Girts’AnMa . CainparGaaw, pak........................ •    Man's Evirpnat loir Ml» ^ . (inGl.JsCklllcMaiB), Edrii................ LOOK WHAT SCOO WILL BUY *5 *5 •5 COMPLETE STOCK OF •    Man’s WialarJackaU. Slta«»-4E.Eaeh ................... •    Ladias'and Girls’Wintar Jackals. Each............................... •    Boys' aad Girls’ Wintar Jackab. Each...................................... ^ •    Man’s AIIUitbarAHklaWark Boots. Pair................................ 5 o Man’s Gaidan Glava ail laatbar wfetta sola AakloBaots and Gxlards tor worti and camion, Pak.............. •    Boys’ and Girls’ watarpraaf Cowboy Baots. Canadian mad* by Bata, Pair ................................. 9 •    Man’s All-Laathar Brass aad Casnal Loafare and Oxiards. Pair....................................... ^ •    Warm up Pants for th* *nllra tamlly, Poly*»tar nbf* nu.    g|> Pall ....................................... •    Man's and boys'plstfam Drau Sboas Pak..........................*9 •    Bays'all lastiiar Drau Shan Canadian mad* b)r Bata, Pair................ 5* •    Man's WnalJac Shirts each............................... ♦5 LOOK WHAT 00 WILL BUY COMPLETE STOCK OF a Man's Galdott Glova all laalNr whita Hi Top Work aad Csaping BaoU, Pair •    Man's and Ladias' Ski Jackatt    • q Pohwatar libra «B. Each..................... O •    Man’sWuiamwiMarJackais PotmtarHhi*mi.Eaeh..................... O LOOK WHAT noîw COMPLETE STOCK OF • Man’s All LmMmt Bre|ia Skoos. BMa m MO SpirtJidMli» iMh................... lO • Uin* wMvr 9rm tm «n whi. p ;