Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
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Gas rale increase hearings grind on OTTAWA (CP) Esoteric and in'polhelical questions of accounting procedure and in- vestment Ilieory began filling up more pages of transcript today as tlie National Energy Beard resumed its hearing on a by TransCaiiada Pipelines Ltd. to increase its rales. price squeeze prevents it From aUracling Hie ncci's.sary to finance such additional con- struction Psii of ils proposed .solution U to use a new accounting sys- tem for calculating the value of ils Instead of the more conventional sy.slem of taking During tbe first phase of the aclllal pnsl n'c hearings, from last 9 to the f'rprmdirm. the ;is- 9 adjournment, Trans- j 5ds "aM nssiRncd a "cur- Canada presented evidence lo ''enl value" winch take sinport ist contention that il j account Hie decline in Ihc needs greater earnings. real vall'c of lhc alu' The board's decision could at- compensate Ihc investor for H. feet about UGO.OOO Canadian' An authorized rale of rdmi households and Canadian1 uould he applied businesses that receive natural ln b'1M! Tl'ans- gas from the TransCanada sys- tem, as well as ahout Camilla jiricra lo ulililios iimilil be set to produce Ihc authorized" TransCanada shareholders-lin ol rclllrn- per cent of the arc Opponents ol Ilic application resident in Canada. Ilavc1 suggested thai the pro- The first witness at the re- syslcm is im- sumed hearing financial I'a5ue' Mmplica'cd and consultant David S. Bealty of inflille earn- 'oronto, chairman of the board i M1SS :m[ therefore prices, of Old Canada Investment Corp. i Ltd., testifying for the govern-' ment of Ontario. j In liis prepared evidence. Mr. Bcatty described the factors in- fluencing potential investors in public utilities. In addition lo Ontario, four j provincial terta, Saskatclrcwan, Manitoba and some 20 com- panies have intervened in the hearing, which could run lo the end of October. SYSTEM IS COMPLEX TransCanada's case is com plex, involving an innovative system of accounting. The pipe- line company has asked the hoard to determine Trans- rale base hv evaluat- ing ils assets, to calculate the total cost of service, and to de- (API A Wy- oming pilol has told Ihc United Slales Jcnal.0 lhal sheep ranch- ers. fearful for IJieir newborn lambs, have hired airborne gun- men to slnughlcT hundreds cf golden and bald eagles. Federal officials immediately sought prosecution of Ibose re- sponsible. James 0. Gogan told the Se- lermine the rrUe or return onlnate appropria- invcstmonl which TransCanada is enlilled to earn. TransCanada says il needs lo build more pipeline faciltics to serve Eastern Canada's grow- ing demand for gas, but a cosl- Foresl fire threatens new par! FORT SMITH, N.V.'.T. (CP) A forest fire was Ihrenlening the new Naniinni nivcr national park area in Ibc soulhcastern corner of the Nerllnvcst TciTito- ries today. Ray Schmidt, radio ronlrol of- ficer for the Mackenzie disfrirl forest service, said Ilic fire, one of 24 threatening "prime protec- tion was about 30 miles soiilh of the park and moving rapidly up the Mcillcur River Valley. "It will be an almost hopeless ask lo slop it if nalure doesn't he snicl. "It's going strong and could run rijiht through Iho new park area." Prime protection areas in- clude selllomonls and highways ireas and I la- national narl: re as. Mr. .Schmidt said Iho situalion was "grim." Lions subcommillee here he piloled a lielicopler on ea.ule hunls last and more than .JCO eagles killed. tie said gunners slay uj) In eagles a day. ll-.L'ir bodies high as n bnyslack. lie said lie never killed any himself. Gogan leslificd under immun- ity fnim prosecution, arranged by .suhfomniillee c b a i r m a u (Jalc iU c (i ce (Dem. Wyo. I. Later in Ihe dav Intel ior Secre- tary Rcpers C "B. r.lorlon, call- ing Ihc allrncd killimss ,n "na- tional said evidence lias been gathered and be sent lo (be ju.slifc deii.Trlmcul. IJnld eagles are by law. Permils for bunl'lm; golden eagle.s may only be fjranled if a stale governor .swears they are a Ihreal In sloek, bill no such permils him: beni issued since January, Beat too strong UDIMC, llaly (API Dili in Honcato reporlcd Tuesday lhal. -01) of his chickens wore scared forming nt a nearby music festi- val. The chickens li'r.mpid each oilier in (error and died nl suffo- cation when assailed by the twang of electric jiililars and iiiiiong Ilic oi Iho les- livnl.