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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 TUB IMHBRUIGI MEFAIP 1, ifr Medicine Ual 82 atural gas basis today tor one of Canada's major industries BT WALTTR KnVVI'N'riUK it'l'i 'lo Canadian P nr i i r K.iihuiy rrcv, drilling near Medicine Hal mjo, natural gas a To the pelriiU'um industry, riding the AlhrrUt oil hmim the lEHds and Til'x H v.as an unwanted byproduct lo he- burned off a( the nellhcrui. Today, natural1 is tlie basis for one ;jf Canada's Tiiajor Flccauso of nioiinling concern over pollu- tion, U is in trerncndw de- iiland in Caiindu and the United Elates. Tlie scrnmbrp for Hie clean- burning fuel lias led to coji- flict between (lie Alherla pov- crumrnt nnd producers nnd Liu- federal nar- Uculaily National Knerny A I b e r I ;t, which pnxluccs nuire than SO per cent of Can- ada's natural wants lo in- croasB to the U.S. nnd use Ihe money lo divci.sify Us c r o n o in y, uhicJi Premier Peter l.miLjhml i.s over- ly-dependent on natural rc- SIHUTO.S. LT OI'T EXPOKT Ihil the energy hoard de- cided last lhat Can- ada luisn'l enough to meet existing export ami domestic requirements in the next 25 years. It lurricxl down threo applications to export 2.7 COMENG SAtES FORT MACLEOD AUCTION MARKET Tues., April 4th at 10.30 a.m. 600 TO 700 HEAD ALL CLASSES OF CATTLE Friday, April 7th at 1 p.m. SPECIAL YEARLING SALE 1500 HEAD 1500 500 STEERS HEIFERS Saturday, April 15th WILLOW CREEK MACHINERY AUCTION SEE IISTIMG ON PAGE 25 TODAY'S PAPER Friday, April 21 st at 1 p.m. 12TH ANNUAL SPRING BULL SALE 19.1 HEAD 121 HEREFORD SHORTHORN CHAROIA1S ABERDEEN ANGUS lion cubic red an tsU- rnnU'd 51 billion. The board snid supplies (if natural (jas as of 3'J, wore L.l trillion cubic (eft less Ihnn reasona- hly-foreseeable domestic needs in the next years, plus exi.iting export commit- ments of J 7.2 I ri I lion cubic feet. The buard said future dis- coveries would make up Lhc first reported by (he board since it was set up in could no! hi: counted upon (o produce u suiphis Liy enough (o permit the export applications. Premier Loughecd said H "obviously i.s not a .satisfac- tory situation" ulinr) the hoard and tlic federal govcrn- mrnl "ox pec t Alberlans to pimply sit ami keep the gas in Hie ground surplus lo tlio needs of the people in Alberta, until lliey get around in East- ern Canada lo use and take advantage of Alberta yas." Alberla isn't getting n fair price for its gas, Mr. Lough- eed said, nnd the board's deci- sion doesn't help. As a result, the Alberla energy resources conservation hoard has been asked lo study the problem ot price and recommend solu- tions. STRAINS ECONOMY Don Harvic, chairman ot Hie Alberta division of the Ca- nadian Petroleum Association, said the hoard's decision, coming on top of foreign own- ership proposlas, tax changes, the Competilion Act, labor Icgislnlion proposals, the cosl.s I traded inenrrcd b y complying with legislation and tliL- of a royally in- In Eastern Can- "Hnl in Ihe longer term our ,___ .__., _ industry is worrying if in fad crease in Alberta, is slraimm: will (ii'l competitive buy- Iho economy ol the pelroleum t nig in Western Canada ami industry to the limit About all tlie industry ran do, Mr. llarvie said, is try to discover enough gas in the next year to allow cxporls. This require tlie discov- ery nf about seven trillion cubic foci. Hut the export elsewhere ot fully competitive priec.s. "Looking backwards, it was export purchases trig- gered f he improvement in wellhead prices in I ho CPA have got lo assure our- selves of is a fair mar- bar, there was lillle exjilorn- i kct price for cnerpy in the On- tion incentive. Mr. Ilarvic paid Die short- rnn problem will he overcome if natural gas originally des- tined for UIR U.S. Is rnn- lario areft. K c o t t y Cameron, pencral manager of the Independent Petroleum Association of Can- ada, said the price of natural giis can' t help but go up' Boyfe's Column, Bv IIOYI.i; NEW 'YOHK (API Re- marks n docloi-'s wile gels tiral o( licarinfi: hnlc to call you at home, Mrs. lemh Hcnigcn r itual Friday, April 28fh at 1 p.m. 2nd ANNUAL SPRING EXOTIC FEMALE and BULL SALE 200 HEAD LISTED TO DATE LISTINGS CLOSE APRIL 15lh Alleged plotter flies lo exile SAN SALVADOR (Eleulcr) Napoleon Duarlc, alleged leader o! a left-wing coup at- Lempt againsl El Salvador Pres- ident Fidel Sanchez llcrn.indez, flew- lo exile in Guatemala last night, members of lids fam- ily said. D u a r I e. defeated Christian Democrat candidate in presi- dential elections earlier this month, had earlier been re- ported imdcr arrest, lacing court marlial on charges of se- dition end high treason. The elites carry the death pen- alty. Observers here speculated that President Sanchez had changed his mind about trying Duarlo and allowed him to go exile. More lhan ITtO persons are re- porlcd lo have tseen killed dm- mp the coup ntlempt during the for prayer CCWLJEY (UN'S) Women's Dciv of Prayer was con- ducted under the direction ol Lho Anglican Church ol St.. Aidan's Anglican Clnirch here recently after blizzard conditions cancelled Ihe orig- inal dale. The theme for 1972 was "all Joy be yours.1' Mrs. H. K. Haugcn led a ritual lhat n prayer In unison and tlw words of St. Paul ccmtainiiiK Ilio artunl theme. Parlicipaling trader her lead- crsliip were Mrs. S. E. Snydcr. reprffiwntmg the Baptist con- gregation; Mrs. C. A. Weekcs, United Chcrch cvingregation; Mrs. II. Lemire, Iloman Cath- olics; and Mrs. P. Maloft, Doukhobors, Mrs. Glen presided at the :organ. Speaker for the occasion was j Mrs. M. Kilcomjnons oi er CVeek. Warble flv survey Beef futures co-operation an; WINNIPEG fCPi IJvc tulures close Tlmrsday. May 3-1.BOD; July M.20B; Sept. 32.10H. volume: No con- Iracls. PICTURE BUTTE AUCTION MARKET Ideally loculed In fVio centra ot _ FAT ATTLE every Wednesday at 1 p.m. 600 HEAD 500 STEER AND HEIFER CALVES 60 HelFHRS ISO HEIFER CAIVES largo callle Feeding Sprvlcei Trucking A Branding A- Vnccinutmg Order Buying A Government Veterinary Feeding PRFIS nd Hog Railing Country HOG Dairy Cattle Sale every Saturday at 1 p.m. SPEC1AL-20 BABY CALVES MARKET HOGS ASSEMBLED Monday thru Friday For Informallon und JIM Of JOE JURIS lining! cofllacl Autlion Morkc, _ Ahn Phono 732-4400 Picture Bull. Auclion mniVcl locciled 16 mllei norlh of lelhbridgo Highway IS CLARESI10LM BcrLriind, agricuHural field man for the MD hoard of Willow Creek lold council at .1 recent meeting a survey of 10 per cent of cattle randies is now under in line with Lhc Ily control program. About 70 ranches and farms arc; being surveyed. He said he is pleased the way the cattlemen arc co- operating. HP, also reporter! IhaL (he ser- vice board is establishing a six- acre dcmon.stration plot of tbc new "Melrose Sainfoin" grass on the Orin Hart farm west ot Claiesholm, Some plots (o tbe effect of various chemicals for control of are also Lo be established in (he MD. The plots vril! be viewed al an agricultural field day set for July 10 and H, JD74, planned Lo I tie in with Ibe centennial cele- brations of the Town of Fort iMacleod. but n-ould >ou mind Baking your husband and ask him what to ilp Rboul my hus- band's hiccups? They're keep- ing me awake." "Is Lhat a new mink coat you're "Oh. you lucky woman. T certainly envy you. I think your husband is (he most adorable man on earth." "What's UpLight's bed- side manner like when il's his own "Helcne, why nrc yon .so in- sanely jealous of my female patients? I don't even know Ihe color of IhaL woman's eyes. The only tiling about her that interests me is tier left kidney, and I'm getting prplly bored wiUi that." "1 hale to botlier you at home, but my son just, lowed his top." "Would your husband be an- noyed if I Lried to reach him at the country club? He scorns to spend more Lime there than aL IILS office.1' "Wilh so much flu around T j guess you and Vcrnon be able lo afford a winter as well as a summer vacation Ihis year." BOLSTER Dearie, your husband keeps telling me Lhere's nolhing wilh my bladder, but I think he's just trying to bol- ster my ego or something. Could you ask liim what's really wrong with my bladder, and lei me know confiden- "Your hiLsband Is only nn Internist. Mine's a surgeon They're much harder to live with.1' "I hate lo bother you nt home after midnight, but I just looked in the mirror and my face seems swollen. Ask your husband it n woman can get mumps after 50 "Helcne. 1 have to treat Ivomely women all day long, Why should you rescuL I he fact my sc-cretnry happens Lo look like a beauty prize-win- ner? Actually, cxccpl for the intcro-sling enlargement of her mammary glands and an ov- erdeveloped glulcus maximus, she is almost totally uninter- esting, medically speaking." "All in allr you made a real good calch, II e 1 e n e. You couldn't have done much bet- Ler even if you had married an orUxxlonlist." "They always say they have to stay laic at the hospilal, IIclenet 1ml if you ever spent any nights in a hospital your- self, how many doctors did hut "right now there Is no cjuuslion that it is underpricccJ in relation lo oilier fuels." Mr. Guneron said an In- tTC-iisu in price, uhk'h now av- erages about lf> conls a thou- sand cubic fool at the iK'jicl, would spur exploration. The low price of byproduct sulphur jifso 1ms had an eco- nomic effect on exploration. Canada now is the world's second largest producer of sulphur, hut tin1 price has fallen to n Ion from in 10GS and stockpiles arc growing. Mr. Cameron said another problem is Lhat a large amount of western gas is locked inlo the Eastern Cana- dian market. There had boon a general consumer rcluelnncc in lhat market lo pay a realistic price but "the realization is coming by utilities and east- ern consumers Lhat (hoy will have lo pay a realistic price in the future." In 1970, natural gas was being sold in Ontario for an average price ot 91 cents a thousand cubic feet. FORMULA NEEDS STUDV Mr. Cameron said Ihc for- mula for calculating Canadian needs requires "looking at to decide if it is really realistic in light of possible supplies in the Arctic and Ihe effect it is having on prices and explora- tion in Western Canada." Eastern consumers, ut ill- lies, governments and produc- ers should gel together to see a better formula can be developed lhat would en- sure exploralion and consist- ent supply for Canada, Hans Alacicj, assistant lo (he manager of the CPA, said Eastern Canadian require- ments for natural gas are highly overstated; once the price rises lo that of compel- ing forms of energy, recmire- rnenls would drop and more gas would lie freed for export. .Mr. Macicj said an impor- lanL faclor is TransCanaria PipcLines L I d .'s monopoly position in purchasing Alberta gas and moving it east. Eastern distributors hart lo buy from TraiLsCanada in- stead of negotiating directly with producers, which Aould permit "the price to go where normal contract negotiations would liikc it." SELL TO Producers, engaged In costly and high-risk explora- tion and development, feel wellhead prices should he de- lenninurl by market forces and thai they should be able to tell to UIR highest U.S. utility firms. Distributors want to keep the price of gas competitive wilh other fuels. Transmission companies, uliich depend on distributors for their growth and produc- ers for Ihcir supplies, are caught in Ihe middle. fu 1070, Alberta produced LO trillion cubic feet of natu- ral gas worth S2U'J million. Natural gas byproducts, at 7-1 mi I lion barrels, were wor t fi another 5153 million. Sulphur sales of 1 million tons were worth million. The gas-processing industry lhat has developed from Ihe need to process natural gas before it can he used lias re- sulted in a capital investment of more than million, mostly in Alberta. Natural gas is also a major source of raw material for Canada's petrochemical in- dustry, which has grown to al- most 80 plants with an invest- woiih of good! A year. Kxporls to Ihe U.S. pumped more than Si billion inlo Ihc Canadian economy during 19GOs and amounted to J21Q million in 1070. livestock report OTTAWA Cattle dc-1 to Calgary 33 Lo 35.GO. liveries .it Ihe public stock- yards from iMonday Lo Vi'ediu-s- day this week tut a I led 15.1'3u head. The volume about J2.DOI) below last week's full trading period and about below the correspoiuling short week ill 1971. L'or the three days, eastern market deliveries totalled bead, wcslerji deliveries 9.1M Choice steers up 50 cents in most markets. Choice heifers were mainly steady to 50 cents higher. Cows were 50 cents j or lo SI higher, j Feeder prices were mainly steady lo higher, lloj; prices dropped about SI in Toronto, cents in western markets, Choice heifers: Montreal 32 to .50; Toronto 31 to 35; Winni- peg 32 to 33; Saskatoon 32 to 32.75, Edmonton 32.50 to 33; Calgary 3H.23 lo 35.25. Cioocl cous: Montreal 2fi lo 27.7.1; Toronto 26.50 lo 27.50; Winnipeg 26.50 to 23; Saskatoon 50 to 2G; Edmonton 2-1 to 25; Calgary 2G.25 Lo 23. Cowl feeder steers: Toronto 30 lo -12; Winnipeg 35 to -10; Sas- katoon 33.50 to 39.50; Edmon- ton lo 42; Calgary 34 to 33. Good and choice veal calves: Montreal 50 to 57; Toronto 41 to 50; 15 lo 55; Ed- monton 4f3 lo 54. Good lambs: Toronto 36 In 38; Winnipeg 33 to 31.50; Cal- gary 28.50 to 30. Basic hogs: Toronto 31.M to 3C; Winnipeg 35 lo 35.50; Saska- toon 3-1 to 3525; Edmonton 3450 Choice steers: Toronto 37 to 33.50; Winnipeg 29.15 Lo Saskatoon 2fl to 23.85; Edmon- ton 23.10; Calgary 27.35 to 29.10. FULLY QUALIFIED MALE BAKER Required for A BUSY VOCATION IN UTHBRIDGE Good Wagei and Working Conditions Apply Box 82, Herald THE STOCKMAN'S MARKET T0p QUALITY HOGS from Tending hog producers TUiS., at 1 p.m. you sec hnnfpng "I hate lo call you at home, j w jjinnm wun an invest- but my husband'and I had n incnt of fl billion, uses M per small quarrel nnrl now his cent of annual gas production nose is bleeding and. produces million FEATURING TWO CATTLE SALES PER WEEK FAT AND FEEDER CATTLE SAtE Wed, nr 10 n.m. (V.j iv ESPECIAL STOCK CALF AND FEEDER CATTLE SAIE Frl. ot p.m. SLAUGHTER HOGS ASSEMBLED 3 AND SOLD Daily EXPORTERS OF SLAUGHTER HOGS FEEDER HOGS nnd BABY CALF SALE Every Monday nt p.m. Irtnt Futililic Fnorfing nnd lonrfing CONSIGN ALL YOUR LIVESTOCK TO C L FRENCH LIVESTOCK LTD. IN THE HEART OF CANADA'S RANCHING COUNTRY Alberra Stockyards Phone 327-0101-Res. 328-3986 P.O. BOX 55 1-1-7 LETHBRIDGE 9 Ed French 328-3986 Ken Mi'ler 758-4607 Magmfh O Lou DcJagor 327-9543 C.W. Hcnninger 328-7354 Dan Klnssen LIVESTOCK COMMISSION AGENTS ORDER BUYERS EXPORTERS Youth projects need Ollawa OK CnANfiROOK (Special) City cminoi) >ia-% cnrlorscd tltrcc proprjFpd Opporhinilicfj for You'll suinmrr projects. Tlin fir.sf v.fjiilrl support rlr vclopmcnl, hy a group of about 30 yonlhs, of imaginativn crc- alive playground facilities in .school nnc] ciiy pirks, now joinlly supcrviscrl Uu: city rrrreiilion dirrclor. i .Second originated Ilir Future Tcficlicr Club nL Mount Dakcr Sccnndary .School. It i.s to carry out various handicraft an'] puppetry programs for children ;it parks Thirrl vn'i.s hy a group of musici.'ins lo produce three rnu.sical public presentations over Iho .suinnii-r. Oilier applicalion.s include de- velopment nf '.lie nc.rCfign ad joining Confcdernlion n r k, bought from 0 ran brook Cart- ago ft ml flanking Lake Klizn- into recrcnlion area 1 Approved projccls rjualify for 10 JUT rent r.f mlministralion I and mndcst v.rckly 'for youths employed. REGULAR CATTLE SALE at 1 p.m. Included In reg- ular Jala, Mon.j Apr, 3rJ, 15 CrosibrocI r-rolit yonrlintj nnH Iwn-yonr-olcl hull} from the following breedi: Simmenlal, Main Anjou, Limou- lin, Chcrolnii, oul of Hereford Cowl. Convgnod hy Frnnk nnd Tim Brewin Good Rui! SPECIAL! MONDAY, APRIL 3rd AT A.M. LUMBER SALE ON OFFER BOARD FEET All Dimeniiom All Lengllii SATURDAY, APRIL at 10 n.m. CONSIGNMENT AUCTION SALE OF FARM MACHINERY AT THE AUCTION MARKFT PRAIRIE LIVESTOCK LTD. PHONE 223-3911, TABER DAY OH NIGHT Auctioneer: Manager JOHNNY CHARUON 293 GARY FEEDERS _ SOWS BOARS DAIRY COWS BABY CALVES SHEEP SPECIAL FOR TUES., APRIL 4lh 100 HOGS from one owner 125 BEEF TYPE CALVES 200 to 350 IBs. Market Hogs assembled 5 days a week Monday thru Friday SOUTHERN AUA. RANCHERS Stock Cow and Bred Heifer Sale WED., APRIL 5lh AT 1 P.M. 400 COWS AND BRED HEIFERS Variaui brccdi Pregnancy examined Your sou re o For top quality ranch (aundniion itoctr. List your calMe curly for 'Hii Spring Sate. BIG DEMAND FOR FEEDER AND FAT CATTLE Thursday 1 p.m. 800-HEAD-80Q SPECIAL FOR THURSDAY, APRIL 6th 200 YEARLING STEERS 100 YEARLING HEREFORD HEIFERS Suitablo tor replacement! 200 HEREFORD AND CROSSBRED HEIFERS From one owner tuilahla for replaeemnrtU BOB MOLCAK RANCH COMMERCIAL CHAROLA1S HEIFER DISPERSION WED., APRIL 12th 1 p.m. 510 YFARLING HEIFERS THpie lop rrplncen'enp nverayti wpiciM 600 lo 750 Ihs. 13 RED ANGUS BULLS (rising 2 yenr olds) HENRY DOERKSEN HOLSTEIN DISPERSION WED., APR. 19th ol p.m. SO MIIKING COWS 1 RUI.L PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Lotntcd In Thx Hub Of Soullicrn Allisilo'l LlvB.laill Indullry 3 Milei Easl of on Highway 3 nnd Vi MHi Soulh BOX 1057, LETHBRIDGE PHONE DAY OR NIGHT 323-3951 ;