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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, January 24, 1975 THE LETHUP'OGE HERALD 25 Coal gasification plant proposal given support OTTAWA (CP) Lawyers for gas consumers in the east- ern provinces Thursday de- scribed a proposed coal gasifi- cation plant as the one sure way of alleviating forecast shortages of natural gas in the early 1980s. -i An investigation now under way into gas supply and de- mand for the next 20 years in- dicates severe shortages will occur around the end of the decade, the National Energy Board was told. The ultimate solution to the problem may be gas from the Mackenzie Delta, the Arctic islands or off the East Coast, but there is no guarantee re- serves in any of those areas' will be tapped in time.to meet the shortages. The comments came on the last day of hearings into an ap- plication by TransCanada Pipelines Ltd. for permission to pass on to its customers the million cost of a feasibility study into coal gasification. All parties attending the hearing favored a study, but differed with the company on jurisdictional matters and how to finance the cost. Strongest support for the TransCanada application came from the Ontario energy ministry and the pipeline's three major sumers Gas Co., Union Gas Co. and Northern and Central Gas Co. TransCanada proposed to include the cost of a study in its rates, spreading them over Paper moves operation MONTREAL (CP) Publisher Donald Carlson has confirmed the Financial Times of Canada will move the bulk of its editorial and circulation departments to Toronto after more than 63 years in Montreal. The tabloid's "basic including prin- ting, will be shifted to Toronto sometime in the second quarter of this year, Mr. said today. He cited circulation gains and advertising growth in the Toronto area as reasons. "Up to now we have been running two large staffs, one in Montreal and the other in Toronto. From the point of view of writing the paper, it became he said. Mr. Carlson, who replaced Michael Barkway as publisher last July, said a final decision to move production and staff to Toronto was made two weeks ago. a three-year period. With cost estimated at W million, it would mean an increase of one-third of a cent in the price of a thousand cubic feel of gas, about 57 cents annually for an average homeowner. But as the hearing wound up, there were other proposals for financing the study. The Quebec government suggested the research and development should be done by a federal agency or that the costs be accumulated and included in the cost of a plant if it is built. The Industrial Gas Users' Association said it opposes the application on its present form, but suggested it would support the proposal if the costs were split between TransCanada and its con- sumers. A spokesman for the pipeline company said if the application is approved by the board, the feasibility study should be completed by the middle of next year. A decision would then be made on whether to go ahead with construction of the plant, proposed for one of the western provinces. The plant, estimated to cost between and million, would produce 250 million cubic feet of gas daily using coal from either Alberta or Saskatchewan. Sugar price reduced NEW YORK (AP) Four of the largest sugar com- panies in the United States have announced price cuts for their industrial sugar and say the reduction reflected the lower cost of raw sugar. The price drop by per 100 pounds will be effective immediately, the refiners said Thursday. Amstar Corp., SuCrest Corp. and the National Sugar Refining Co. said they will charge industrial users for 100 pounds of extra-fine granulated sugar and for 100 pounds of bulk granulated and No. 2 liquid sugar. CPC International said it will cut its liquid sugar prices to and bulk granulated and No. 2 liquid to Fine urged KELOWNA, B.C. (CP) The British Columbia Fruit Growers' Association has agreed to ask provincial Agriculture Minister Dave Stupich to impose a minimum fine for anyone convicted of stealing agricultural produce. The delegates said they also want the BCFGA and the B.C. Federation of Agriculture to study the problem of theft of farm products. CENTRE VILLAGE IGA 13th STREET NORTH. LETHBRIDGE MARTEN'S IGA COALDALE Prices effective Friday and Saturday January 24th and Z5th a, Centre Village CHARGKX WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES CAREER OPPORTUNITIES PORK ROAST PORK LOINS Frying Chicken Albirti Lite Shoulder Picnic stylo Hock On. Ib 0 AlbirtiLlto Country Filr tray pick, Ib OFFICE MANAGER REQUIRED Mature individual required. Must be experienced in bookkeeping, typing, shorthand, payroll and general office duties. For appointment please phone: Mrs. J. Pozgaj at 328-6661 PHOTO PART-TIME BOOKKEEPER IMMEDIATE Phone 327-2284 or 327-8221 DETERGENT POWDER 5 Ib. King Size PURITY 20lb.natwt.liig 419 5th Street South, Lethbridge. ALBERTA ALCOHOLISM AND DRUG ABUSE COMMISSION PUBLIC AFFAIRS COORDINATOR The Alberta Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Commission is accepting application forms from individuals interested in Coordinating the Commissions Public Affairs Activities. The successful applicant will be required to write news releases concerning AADAC activities, edit Rapport which Is the Commissions bi-monthly news- paper on Addictions, coordinate exhibits and displays at special events such as conventions and conferences, maintain liason with media personnel and supervise a small complement of staff. Qualifications: Considerable experience in the Public Information Field, Degree in Journalism or a combination of experience and education. Must be thoroughly familiar with both print and electronic communication media. Salary range: per annum. Competition No: AADAC closes February 3, 1975. Phone 328-1042 for application form, quote Competition number and mail to: Personnel Office 9929 103 Street Edmonton, Alberta DRUGGIST REQUIRED FULL or PART TIME Address applications for this Position to A.C.ANDERSON P.O. Box 397 Lethbridge THE NEW BRUNSWICK ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION requires (2) PERT COST SCHEDULING ANALYST I'l On a temporary basis for the duration of our Lepreau Project, working at Maryaville Engineer- ing Complex. Under the direction of the' Pert Cost Scheduling Analyst III, the Analyst I shall perform the following tasks: 'code information from logic diagrams; up-date schedules from Information re- ceived; de-bug computer runs; code cost date for keypunching, and produces arrow diagrams. This Is a technical orientated position, and the applicant must be familiar with the civil, electri- cal and mechanical terms and equipment In the Design and Construction of generating stations. The salary for this position will be In accordance with the Local 2309 of the Union Agreement. Applicants wishing to apply for these positions, should write directly to: The Employmtnt Officer N.B.E.P.C. 527 King Street, FrMtorlclon, N.B. E3B 4X1 THE NEW BRUNSWICK ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION EVER THOUGHT ABOUT OWNING A PLANT SHOPPE Chances are you haven't, but If you are looking for a unique retailing opportunity, one that Is a proven success, a plant shoppe may be of interest to you. As you are well aware the growth rate of plant shoppes in North America has been remarkable. The Plant Shoppe is constructed and stocked as a turn-keybperatlon. The Shoppe is located, .leased, equipped and stocked by marketing experts. This is not a franchise. What you are buying Is your very own business. All you have to do is walk behind the counter on opening day. A location in Lethbridge is now available if you are interested contact us Immediately. For FREE details: VILLAGE GREEN PLANTS 1530 Marine Drive Wnl Vancouver, B.C. Phone 922-4313 Mushroom Soup FIREPLACE LOGS SURF FLOUR FRUIT PUNCH Fabric Softener TOMATOES KT SALAD DRESSING Fish Chips AYLMER CREAM OF 10fl.oz.tins Case of 6 logs HAWAIIAN VARIETIES 48 (I. oz. tins...... NEW FLUFF 128II. oz. plastic jug Kraft oz. jar Sea Frish Frozen 16oz.natwt.pkg. MIX OR MATCH YORK FANCY FROZEN BRUSSELS SPROUTS ______ CASSEROLE VEGETABLES GREEN BEANS YOUR STRAWBERRIES 2ib. netwt. Pk9. EACH ATTENTION! PROFESSIONAL SALES REPRESENTATIVES Are you a Sales Representative In-one of the following Industries: AUTOMOTIVE REAL ESTATE AGRICULTURE INSURANCE DIRECT SALES Are you finding It difficult achieving your goals, ambitions and high Income? We offer you the opportunity to achieve your goals, ambitions and high earnings In a rapidly growing mobile and modular home retail industry. High commissions, Incentive programs bonuses excellent working hours and conditions, and the opportunity for advancement as well as full company benefits are available to you. All inquiries are strictly confidential. COUNTRY WIDE HOMES JD, Contact Brian Wilton, Marketing Director CHEEZ WHIZ KRAFT 2lb.rwtw1.jir FRESH FROM OUR IN-STORE BAKERY CENTRE VILLAGE IGA PHONE 327-0353 SPICE BUNS, LAYER CAKES WMtiorChoMliti Etch.......... 139 BANANASr ANJOU PEARS iL POTATOES 98 ;