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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, November 23, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Dateline Alberta Airport to be expanded FORT McMURRAY (CP) The airport terminal in this booming oil bands town will be almost doubled in sue under a expansion program announced Friday The move will add 27000 square feet to the existing ter minal in the form of modules scheduled to be delivered in mid January and ready for use in February said Bill Almolky a spokesman for the transport ministry The con tract for the expansion was awarded to Atco of Calgary It will include an expanded waiting room and baggage handling area as well as a larger office for Pacific- Western Airlines The current expansion results from the rapidly in- creasing use of the airport as oil sands development is ex- panded The Alberta govern ment is studying the possibili- ty of daily commuter flights for some oil sands workers Power firm faces loss EDMONTON (CP) Ed monton Power faces an es- timated net loss of 5 million in 1975 if it does not qualify for the provincial natural gas rebate but even with a rebate a rate increase will be re quired general manager Vic Kondrosky said Friday He said the increased cost of gas for the city s power generation means a rate in crease is needed if Edmonton Power is to make its required contribution to the city s general revenue Existing fiscal policy for utilities re- quires a contribution of 2 million he said The province s Natural Gas Rebate Act passed last year requires the company to have rate increases approved by the Public Utilities Board to be eligible for the rebate At present rate increases for city utilities are decided by city council Budget removes incentives CALGARY A witness for a major Ontario gas utility says the federal budget has removed most of the incentives for developing much needed natural gas supplies B D Cochrane manager of western operations for Northern and Central Gas Co Ltd told National Energy Board (NEB) hearings that a healthy exploration and development program is es sential if Canadian consumers are to avoid a gas shortage within the next few years This environment was generally in effect prior to the federal budget introduced earlier this week Mr Cochrane said Northern and Central sells natural gas to homes and in- dustry in northern and eastern Ontario The NEB has concluded seven days of hearings and is scheduled to resume its m- quirv next Monday in Win nipeg into Canada s gas supplies and requirements through 1995 UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Weather SUNRISE SUNDAY 7 57 SUNSET 4 40 H L Pre Lethbndge 32 15 04 Medicine Hat 25 11 01 Edmonton 28 9 Jasper 16 9 Banff 23 19 Calgary 27 8 Victoria 48 43 15 Prince Rupert 40 C7 41 Kamloops 30 22 Vancouver 43 40 27 Saskatoon 25 5 Swift Current 24 13 02 Regma 30 12 07 Winnipeg 34 9 Toronto 37 26 Ottawa 25 14 Montreal 27 13 Chicago 48 40 New York 39 27 Miami 73 bO Washington 54 32 Los Angeles 67 50 San Francisco 59 48 Denver 58 32 07 Las Vegas 68 48 Phoenix 74 56 Mexico CiU 72 45 Honolulu 75 66 Mhens 59 52 Rome 59 45 Pans 55 50 London 54 46 Berlin 45 39 Amsterdam 54 46 Brussels 52 43 Madrid 57 45 FORECAST: Lethbndge, Calgary, Medicine Hat Region Today Sunny with brisk westerly Chinook winds this afternoon Highs near 45 Overnight lows 10 to 15 Sun- day A few clouds Highs 25 to 30 Columbia Kootenay Today Cloudy with sunny intervals A few snowflurnes along the ridges Highs today in the low 30s except mid 30s over southern portions Lows tonight 15 to 20 except uppper 20s over southern areas Sun day with cloudy inter- vals becoming overcast by noon Intermittent snow beginning late afternoon Highs Sunday in the low to mid 30s MONTANA East of Continental Divide Variable cloudiness with a few showers western moun- tains todav and Sunday Gusty southwest winds along the east slopes with a warming trend Highs both days mostly 40s Lows tonight 20s except 30s along the east slopes West of Continental Divide Mostlv cloudy with widely scattered showers today and Sunday Highs both 35 to 45 Lows tonight 20 to 30 Ken Phillips Do you have kids playing hockey, figure skating or skiing? HERE IS THE CAR FOR YOU! 1972 PONTIAC WAGON 9 passenger auto., p p b_ power windows, air. radio. UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Serving) M over a quarter century 302 3rd Avenue South__________ Phone 327-2805 blue grain Was Now KEN WANTS TO SAVEYOU PORTS am to 6 p m Chief Del Bonila Sam 1 1 s i Rykeris 7 a m to Mountain Standar veiling and closing times- Carway 9 intam, closed. Coutts open 24 hours Kmgsgate open 24 hours. PorUiill "ville 7am to 11 p m the Canada Council 1126 Great Lake Rd. (Lakeview-near school shopping) Priced unoer 000 ED BARTEL CONSTRUCTION LTD Three bedrooms bath double carport roofed patio shag carpet thermo windows plus many fine features For appointment phone Ed Bartel 328-1624 except Sundays (Other homes neanng completion) FOR SALE BY OWNER Less than 1 year old 3 bedroom split entry, 2200 square feet approx 1680 sq ft developed 1'? baths 2 fireplaces developed rumpus room carpeted throughout carport underground sprink- lers landscaped ultra large patio large outdoor childrens area 2 rock gardens 20 ft diameter out- door open pit barbecue sun deck Price includes draperies in living room electric range built m dishwasher gas barbecue Price S59 500 000 mortgage at Present owner prepared to carry small 2nd mortgage 1402 Aspen Place Phone 329-4084 or 329-4474 What have you got to lose? Your Eyes. A n ni s, i a i A occKi hoc, A Your Hearing. A ond rt on- 'n it The kiuCjH C'l n A C Or> i i J' t 11 s i >si f' T' h i' t r> Ci' h ARMY, NAVY AND AIR FORCE VETERANS CLUB LETHBRiDGE UNIT NO. 34 GREY CUP SUNDAY Clubroomt open at 12 noon Ull 8.00 p m in tnjoy the Grey Cup between Edmonton Eskimos and Montreal AkHMttes Color TV in every Corner. Courtesy ol Felrfleld Television and Appliance! Sales Ltd Hot Hors will be served For members and invited guests onlyl GENERAL MEETING MONDAY, NOV. 25.8 p.m. In the Clubrooms AWARDS NIQHT V) P s iTom Provincial Council m attendance All members are urged to attend In Your Hands PUBLIC BINGO TUESDAY at P.M. New ANAF Hall Member and Invited Guests m the Clubrooms JACKPOT '500 in 56 or lew, Increasing one number per week uniii won Consolation Jackpot Wl KIND INTIRTAINMINT Friday and Saturday: Entertainment In the Canteen Saturday. For and their Invited Guests Onlyl Your Life You have 3 lot to lose. WORKERS COMPENSATION BOARD ALBtRTA ;