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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Thursday, October 3, 1974 Alberta promises to co-operate with Ottawa in airline matters OTTAWA (CP) The federal government has been assured that Alberta will co- operate in air matters follpw- ing the provincial government's purchase of Pacific Western Airlines, Don Getty, Alberta inter- governmental affairs minister, said Wednesday. Mr. Getty said in a brief in- terview following talks with FARM IMPLEMENT DEALER IN MILK RIVER Requires The services of a competent accountant. Minimum experience: 3 years in a C.A. office, or 5 years in other accounting functions. Applicants are requested to send application to BOX 43, Lethbridge Herald, stating ex- perience, age, training and salary expected. Transport Minister Jean Marchand: "We wanted to make sure our ownership wouldn't cause them any problems and told them we will meet again to discusss it." The intergovernmental af- fairs minister and his colleague, Alberta Industry Minister Fred Peacock, met Mr. Marchand to discuss the provincial government's nf Hion purchase of PWA, a regional airline serving Alberta and British Columbia. After the Alberta ministers emerged from the federal transport minister's office, Mr. Marchand continued dis- QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Pcnui Mechanic 303-5th Street So. Metcalf Building PHONE 328-7684 cussions with transport department officials behind closed doors. Mr. Marchand said last week that the PWA purchase is against the regional air policy of 1966 which left jurisdiction over air carriers to the federal government. Mr. Getty confirmed that the Alberta position is that ap- proval of the purchase by the Canadian transport commis- sion is not required because a provincial an ordinary quired the airline. Alberta will live up to federal air regulations and policies, he said. But he would not elaborate further on the discussions. Mr. Getty denied reports that the provincial govern- ment is thinking of selling .PWA to private interests again. "It has never been con- sidered." The Lethbridge Herald think PART IV PICTURE QUIZ 5 POINTS He scored two of three Canadian goals in the first game of the Team Canada 74-Soviet Nationals hockey series. Who is he? ______ HOW DO YOU RATE? 91 to 100 TOP SCORE! 81 to 90 points Excellent. 71 to 80 points Good. 61 to 70 points Fair. 60 or Under? rttnm! FAMILY DISCUSSION QUESTION What difficulties do you foresee in converting Canada to a metric system of measurement? YOUR NEWS QUIZ PART I NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer. 1 Energy Minister Donald Macdonald announced a 67 per cent (CHOOSE ONE: increase, decrease) in the average price of natural gas exported to the United States. 2 is the yearly Jewish holy day of atonement and forgiveness. a-Yom Kippur b-Rosh Hashanah c-Passover 3 Haiti announced its decision to provide the 14th and final vote necessary to remove OAS trade sanctions against Cuba. What do the initials stand for? 4 Floodwaters caused by Hurricane Fifl took the lives of thousands and left many homeless in the Central American country of a-Costa Rica b-Guatemala c-Honduras 5 During its secondflyby, U.S. spaceprobeMariner 10 transmitted more photos of Sun-scorched Mercury, the (CHOOSE ONE: largest, smallest) planet in the solar system. PART II WORDS IN THE NEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can match with its correct meaning. 1.....proffer 2.....plague 3.....pilfer 4.....credibility 5.....credulity a-tease, torment b-offer for acceptance c-willingness to believe, even without proof d-steal small amounts or items e-worthiness to be be- lieved PART III NAMES IN THE NEWS Take 5 points for names that you can correctly match with the clues. 1.....Dave Barrett 2.....Richard Hatfield 3.....William Davis 4.....Ed Schreyer 5.....Peter Lougheed a-Premier, New Bruns- wick o-Premier, Manitoba c-Premier, British Columbia d-Premier, Ontario e-Premier, Alberta STUDENTS Save This Practice Examination! a i valuable Reference Material for Exams. VEC. Inc. ON REVERSE PAGE Gas discovery brings warning By ED WALTERS ST. JOHN'S, Nfld. (CP) Confirmation of a natural gas discovery off the Labrador coast brought predictions Wednesday of economic well- being for Newfoundland. But Premier Frank Moores warned that exploitation of undersea minerals would be undertaken only under his province's guidelines. The discovery also is likely to intensify a dispute between Newfoundland and Ottawa over ownership of undersea resources. Eastcan Exploration Ltd. of Calgary announced it has en- countered a gas zone feet beneath the seabed in a well named Gudrid H-55 80 miles east of Cape Harrison about 500 miles north of St. John's. The company said in a state- ment that selective tests below a hydrocarbon zone found at feet showed a gas flow of 20 million cubic feet a day. Energy Minister Leo Barry of Newfoundland said two or three more test wells would have to be drilled before the extent of the gas field is known. He hoped the test holes could be drilled next summer. Mr. Moores said the jurisdictional dispute with Ot- tawa is of less concern than bringing maximum benefits to the province. SPREAD PRODUCTION "What we're concerned about is that it just not be skinned Mr. Moores said. "It's not a renewable he said. "We'll have to set produc- tion at a speed to allow New- foundland to prosper for dec- ades and not just for a few years." The premier also said that while the discovery is encour- aging there is no proof that the deposit, first ever found in Newfoundland waters, will turn out to be worth developing. The discovery, near the prime fishing area of Hamilton Bank, is in the path of giant icebergs. Assure government Alberta Industrial Minister Fred Peacock, left, and Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Don Getty are shown in Ottawa after discussing purchase of Pacific Western Airlines. Your Business Associates Will Be Staying At The 3 gnstcrs jttotel Fernie B.C. Color TV DD Telephones See You There! 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Experienced men new men Gives continuity Assuring you sound business administration The Independent action Group, that will keep Lethbridge's Economy moving. .JCIAT1ON ;