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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Soiurdoy, Morth 21, 1970 TH{ LETHSRIDGE HEItALD 15 Final Blows Exchanged At Natural Gas Export Hearings I Edmonton Firms competitor of Northern, lhal the board had reservations, Mr. Finlayscn said gas pro- be built in Saskatchewan Iras, sistanee lo dcn'eslic distributors f Vint f'K'l t: Co. of Calgary and; Natural for U.S..gas markets. ;as lo Consolidalcd's-dutinginicresls had displayed a apparently blinded thai prov-jcr by indirect cross-subsidiza-> v-lUJIli "I By GOUDO.V I'Ol.LAULl C a 1 OTTAWA A final ex-'Pipeline change of verbal blows featured Westcoasl Transmission Ltd. of i J. (lie lasl session Friday cf a pro-1 Vancouver are applying for lie- Cons longed National Energy lioard 1 cnces to export abcul nir.c tril- lal t tearing on five applications to j lion cubic export additional quantities of worth Western Canada natural gas to: in the the United Stales. I hearings began Nov. 25. Consolidated Natural Gas Co.! Consob'dated wants to supply! final argument ,u aim-King of Calgary, after its first export: its parent company. Northern! Consolidated's project and only licence, tangled again with' Natural Uas Co. of 25 minutes to discussing policy TransCanada PipeLiues Ltd. of! Neb., which faces a supply: matters. H Laycrafl, counsel lor-project in the public inter-Hack cf foresight in supporting ince to the long-range benefi1 ohdatcd, seid in linal rebut- est. Mi. Laycrafl said the Al-' Consolidated's application. He which would accrue to it froi province ol 50 per ccnl from increased exports by Trans- Canada. Ontario counsel ilcbin Scott said Ontario's current natural gas requirements are more lhan lien. The latter would take ex-1 port sales revenue into account in computing a transmitter's re- turn. S3? ST-iS Paul .Martir.eau. counsel for the Province of Quebec, asked in his final uiten'ention that the these (board maintain its present for- dated to construct a pipeline cntanly shortsighted view which would be only one-quarter fourlh-vear supporting Consolidaled's plans b'v n, I... JUKGES COMI'KXS-YUOX ______ which [aces a Toronto, opposed to (hat appli-1 problem because cf Hie current He said Mr. Fiulayson had filled initially would place a to "construct a new' pipeline' cation while seeking to expand! sr.crlf.gc of U.S. gas reserves, j misrepresented the position of'continuing moral commitment' -It is regrettable that the fad its own exports lo the U.S. mid- SEEKS CO-AHEAD [the Alberta Oil ar.d Uas the board to see that the that most of the Canadian por- wesl- Another subsidiary cf N'orlh-. servation Uoard in contending line is filled. ion cf Consolidated's line would The government cf Ontario, in iern Natural (las, Consolidated-------------- a final intervention, also urged j Pipelines Ltd. of Calgary, is re- tlie. board not lo underestimate j questing permission lo construct Eastern Canada's growing gas'an 875-mile, SIVinch pipeline market in deciding on the huge I from Empress, Alta., to North amounts of gas sought for ex-j Branch, Minn, pert. Quebec also sour.ded a; TransCanada is seeking in- cautionary note. .creased expoil supplies tor its Consolidated, U.S. Alborta and likely lo increase lo 100 per cent j needs in determining iz-dian gas requirements. The three-member panel New Palm Sunday Mass NEW YOHK (API A "new" .communion, will be said only Christian expression of (rater- ed, Trar.iCanada, j U.S. affiliate, Great Lakes Gas mass mat opens wilh a popular Several repetitions of nal charity and ncace currently Southern Gas Co. iii i Transmission Co. of Detroit, a; Protcstanl llscs Jcw. I "The Lord be wilh you" have, used in some churches on an ex- Mr. Scott said that in the abs- expected lo deliberate over the er.ce of (ield price control, Ca- transcript, which contains more nadian gas consumers should be I than. pages and 1.250.000 compensated for field price in- words, for about two months be- creases either through direct as- fore rendering its decision. EDMO.STO.V iCPl- Govern- ment ccntracts worth a total of S523.1M have been awarded to two Edmonton firms, the Al- berta department of highways announced today. W. C. Wells Construction Co. I.ld. outbid ihree other firms for a contiacl covering 2 between High Prairie arid Sucker Creek. A 5161.811 contract lor work on about 12 miles of road in the Smoky Lake region went to Poole Engineering Co. Ltd., the lowest of six bidders. Good hoist, low mileage on ODEN BERG ESTATE FARM AUCTION SALE 5 Mile East of CLARESHOLM, AtBERTA on Slarline Pavement TUESDAY, MARCH 24 1 p.m. -IUNCH AVAILABLE- 1ERMS CASH: with settlemen) In lull beloi? icmovol from farm. Having been favoured with imlrucliorn from Ihe executors of the cslale we will offer for sale the following: TRACTORS 1960 Case 900 Diesel, good rubber and very good condition, AC tractor wilh hyd. mounted 6' mower, plow end cullivator, Mai had complete motor job of 5246.00. COMBINE Massey Harris 80 Special SP Compine wilh 10-ft. Sund picVup and cob. Good condition. SWATHER I5.ll. IHC PTO iwaiher on rubber. TRUCKS 1947 1-Ton Chev. Box and hoist and ilock rac'ti. rubber and condition good, 1951 Ford 1 '.iTon. Box end I wi motor and transmission. FARM MACHINERY 12-h. Graham Hocme plow; AH Noble Blade; Malco 30-fJ. giotn auger; 10 h.p, B S electric start molor; 21-fl. grain auger wilh 5 h.p. motor; Case manure spreader on rubber; National weed sprayer 32-ft. booms; Mar rill iide delivery rake; Heovy 1 -wheel 1 4x8 flat deefc; CocVshult rubber tired oneway; dump rake; 1 4-f t. rod weeder on rubber; 12-ft, older red small 2.whee1 Irailei with box; 72-H 15-ft. IHC plow; U-fl. John Deere press drill fertilizer attachment (older Edwards rod weedcr aiiachmcnis; 20-It. Snowco bale load- er, Is h.p. electric moloi. STORAGE TANKS 300 gal. fuel tank, complete. 135 gal, truck fuel lank and hoie. 500 gal. propane tank. MISCELIANEOUS Slecl windmill lower 50 o' treated posis; Tap and die set; Peter Wright anvil; leg vise small bsnch vise; post drill and bits; Eorge; sickle sharpener; long handle tree Jrimmer; small paint compressor; 3-5 IHC engine; John Deere screw jocfcr PTO John Deere air pump; weed burner heat lamps; pump jacV; block and tackle- leg chains; Fairbanks scale (not rhnin Knofnerv bolt cutieis 24" pipe wrench; and other tools. Hedge trimmer; small dehorncr; Rivet AH rivHei; baiter1-' charg- er; hydraulic jack; assortment carpenter laois; qua nitty of barb forks, shovels, etc. Quantity of bolls. Many more items too numerous to mention, SALE CONDUCTED BY ROY'S AUCTION SERVICE GRANUM-PHONE 236-2102 -AUCTIONEERS- ROY FJORDBOTTEN DON WAtPER licence 010237 Licence 010259 blessing, ,uto a om-. ish nrawr in ihr- Iako lo increase pcnincntal basis, will again be isn pi aver in me offerlory, coniinuiij. ofttehluigy. i incorporated in the Eucharist revives Hie ancient Kiss of! At the offertory, Ihc priest. In scrae churches following Ihe Peace is in store for many j will offer a prayer with which breaking of bread, lhe priest Catholics this Palm Sun-'Jews lhe l'w "ill embrace, shake hands, bow day. i .......t Kiddush" or or touch cheeks wilh some wor- "Bessed are You. Lord Gcd of j shippers who. in lurn will trans- i DC revised liturgy is anatlier all c r e a I i o n. Through Your! rail this graphic sign of love to in the series ct changes made in ,ve havc lhis lhl> Ihe Catholic mass in recent years lo modernize the service. Tha new mass emphasizes llcxi- bility through a wider variety o! scripture readings and new ar.d optional prayers, blessings and hymns. Tte new opening [or the j mass, St. Paul's Seccr.d Epistle I to the Corinthians, is the tradi-1 ticnal Protestant blessing: "The grace of the Lord Jesus Chrisl and the love cf Uod and the fel- lowship of the Holy Spirit he wilh you all." .1 hall mark of the new flexi-1 bilily c[ the mass is the lu- cre: scd number of scripture j readings, which used to be re- peated every year but now will go through a Ihrcc-year cycle before there is a repetition. Throughout the service, many repetitions havc been omitted. "Lord I am not now repeated three limes before' offer, which the earth has given end human hands have made." The Kiss of Peace, an early cougrr The gesture will vary, in some parishes involving only a nod! and a salutation of "peace." B.C. Trucking Strike S DAWSON' CHEEK, B.C. (CP) Eight members of Loeal 31 1 of the Teamsters Union two Davvson deck companies Friday, joining 200 union mem- {'hers uhd have been on strike J against three lower mainland trucking companies for a week. Loiselle's Transport Ltd. and Canadian Freightways LI A. were struck Friday and office employees of the compa nics. members of the OSIice and Technical Employees Union, are honoring the pickcl lines. I Supervisory personnel are car- I rying nut warehouse duties. Canadian Frcighlways. Mil- ler and Brown and Lilllc Chie! Recline were hit by the labor I dispute last week. have an easy going... with the GREYHOUND COMFORT PACKAGE! Get "supercare service" all the way with Greyhound's comlM oackage including- The easy-fide comlort ol Scenicruisers and SUPERCRUISERS Comfoit-condi- Li v'indows! Armchair seals! The easy convenience o downtown lodownlown serace. The easy choice of trips wilh more service to more places, nus easy-on-lhe-pockel lares! IETHSRIDGE to: 3 trips daily o.m. p.m p.m........ 4.20 J trips daily 2 Irips daily................................ 3 Irips daily (Via Rogers) S21.15 1 trip doily 1 daily Foies subject lo change wflhoul CALGARY EDMONTON VANCOUVER VANCOUVER REGINA WINNIPEG We Supercare! y_M. MKl Jssii? I S GO GREYHOUND and leave the driving to us. n call Dcpol, 411 ill, Sl.cot South, 327-1551, or your local Greyhound ngcnl or favorite travel agcnl. TRY BEFORE YOU BUY! BE SURE! BE WISE RENT A NEW (J5JMAICO HEARING AID FOR 30 DAYS! If you decide to buy, Ilie rental cort is deducted from Ihe purchase price. If nol, Ihere is further obligation. ONLY A QUALITY HEARING AID WILL PASS THIS TEST! Maico Smith-Jones Hearing Service 307 6th Street Soulh LETHBRIDGE HALE OPTICAL CO. LTD. Phone 327-5447 LAKEVIEW TEXACO Celebrates OPEN HOUSE With a SPECIAL GET-ACQUAINTED OFFER! MINOR TUNE-UP SPECIAL! Offer Extended To March 31st Due to papular demand Please toll 327-5697 for your appointment! 6 CYLINDER CYLINDER rc3. 12.50 13.50. mf QQ 12.50 SPECIAl ONLY W (PARIS EXTRA) SPECIAL ONLY I IPARTS EXTRA) Come in and Say to our New Licensed Mechanic George Gyuricia inspect our new service bay. ENTER YOUS NAME fOR OUR OPEN HOUSE PRIZE OF A MERCHANDISE CERTIFICATE! GEORGE GYUKICZA LAKEVIEW SFRVICE 1001 Mayor Magrolh Drive Soulh lethbridge Phone 327-5697 After All That's quite often an advertiser will refer to "our ad in last night's And there it is... just as it first appeared when your customer's paper was delivered to his home yesterday afternoon. It still has the same impact, the same important message, the same right-to-the-point sales value. And perhaps, since it was delivered, your message has not been looked at only once, but two, three or even four times. This means you have received the value of two, three or four messages for the price of only one! Why not get in on the extra value .of display advertisements in The Herald expose your customers to the advertising that's always there... the printed word that refuses to disappear! DENNIS McCORMACK One of The Herald's team of Display Advertising salesmen, can explain the advantages of a well planned ad schedule in The Herald reaching thousands of south Al- bertans with lasting effects. Phone Dennis Monday at 328-4411 (local 28) and let him assist you with your next sales campaign. You Deserve The Best ;