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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDOE HERALO-Thurtday, September B.C. silent partner in pipeline project VANCOUVER (CP) The British Columbia government, a staunch opponent of the planned international Mackenzie Valley natural gas pipeline, has become a silent partner in a rival bid for an all-Canadian pipeline. _ The involvement is the par- ticipation of Westcoast Tran- smission Co. Ltd., of which the government is part owner, in a proposal for a Canadian QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Mechanic 303-5th Street So. Metcalf Building PHONE 328-7684 line which would carry gas from the Mackenzie delta to Canadian markets only. Westc6ast announced Tues- day it is joining Alberta Gas Trunk Line Co. of Calgary in the ownership of Foothills Pipe Lines Ltd., the company which will promote the Cana- dian line. Premier Dave Barrett said in Victoria Wednesday he had given no thought to the West- coast involvement and had no comment. But he has said in the past he does not see why Canada should assist the United States by developing its gas reserves in the Mackenzie delta by pooling its expertise and financial resources and risk- Your Business Associates Will Be Staying At The Fernie B.C. Color TV DD Telephones See You There! Reserve 423-4438 ing an unfavorable impact in Canada. Kelly Gibson, chairman of both Westcoast and Foothills, said he had not discussed the matter with Mr. Barrett. WON'T OBJECT "I will be talking shortly with Mr. Barrett but I can't see how he would object to a project like he said in an interview. Foothills officials have said the Canadian line would cost beteeen billion and billion and could be in opera- tion by 1979. Alberta Gas Trunk resigned Monday from the consortium of 26 Canadian and American companies which has already filed applications in Washington and Ottawa to build a bigger pipeline carry- ing both Mackenzie delta and Alaska gas to markets in the U.S. and Canada. There is a third proposal by El Paso Natural Gas Corp. of Houston, Tex., to build an all- American pipeline across Alaska ignoring the Mackenzie delta gas deposits to liquify the gas and ship it down the west coast in tankers. Service station operators seek 6exact change9 system mSEPTEMBER SPECIALS Prices effective SEPT. to SEPT. Now... here are timely specials that will help you save on any rec room or fix-up project. Shop Beaver this week. on PRE-FINISHED WALL PANELS Buy Now and Save! Wide selection of panels in natural wood or pre-finished hardboard. 20% OFF GOOD QUALITY RUBBER BACKED CARPET Choice of orange or level loop pile. Snip-n-fit. m REC ROOM JL SPECIAL....... SQ. YD. Low Vinyl Cushion Flooring Easy care vinyl in two patterns, bargain priced at 289 sq.yd. 1? WIDTHS ONLY! LUXURIOUS SHAG Spice Tones 12 sq.yd. 4 color ranges to choose from. OUTSIDE PAINT BEAVER EXTERIOR STAIN 15% OFF Store Hours: a.m. to p.m. Mon. to Sat. a.m. to p.m. Thursdays 1707 3rd A vs. S. Phone 328-4461 Letbbridge, Alberta JASPER (CP) Alberta's service station operators are calling for legislation to force all 24-hour stations to -leal on an "exact change" or credit card basis after dark; The exact change system, endorsed this week by the an- nual convention of Automotive Retailers Association, is con- sidered by dealers to be the most practical way of dis- couraging late-night service station robberies. Denis Scott of Calgary said operators are "pushing hard" for protection of night employees since the stabbing death last month of 17-year-old John Berze. A second service station attendant. Peter Van Erde. 17, was also killed in August while on night duty at a Medicine Hat service station. Under the exact change system, money from each purchase is deposited directly through a slot into a vault on the premises. The attendant on duty carries no change and has no access to the vault. SEVERE SHORTAGE ARA officials also express- ed concern about a severe manpower shortage which appears to be hitting the automotive industry. ARA president Arch pickson said service stations are having trouble recruiting both qualified mechanics and untrained pump island atten- dants. With heavy pressure from oil companies to keep their prices down, operators can barely manage "to come up to the supermarket level of an hour for high school he said. Women Mounties The first five women RCMP recruits to arrive at the Regina training centre watch a group of their male colleagues march by. The women, who ar- rived Wednesday, are (left to Janet Graham of Regina, Cheryl Joyce of Regina, Carol Britts of Winnipeg, Karen Somers of Winnipeg anc Connie Smith of Victoria. BEATON FARM RANCH LTD. New Dayton, Alberta, Canada TOK1PO Fitting Service for Major Functions Exotic Cattle Housing Specialized Exotic Cattle Hauling anywhere in Canada and U.S.A. For further information contact: JERRY H. BEATON- Phone (403) 733-3541 the do-it-yourself store A vast ye mateys... Beny's are THE REMAINING STOCK OF BRAND NEW 1974 MODELS MUST GO! By September 27th Hurry in for your choice of. CHEVROLETS CHEVELLES CHEVROLET TRUCKS OLDSMOBILES NOVAS VEGAS CUTLASSES CADILLACS A great selection of models and colors. C'mon landlubbers Choose that new 74 Model and Save now at the old 1974 PRICES! Deal now at Beny's... you'll BENY-fit CHEVROLET 2nd Avenue and 8th Street S. Phone ;