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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THS LETHIJRIDGE HERALD WoclnoJiltiy, December 2, 1970---------------------- Increase proposed in Canadian oil imports rw t V i s, V WASHINGTON (CP) Tile United States oil Import admin- istration has proposed that Ca- nadian erudo-oil imports east of the Kocky Mountains be in- by about barrels a day to '150.000 ban-els daily in 1971.' T li e which the administration has in- vited the an- nouncement at the Canada-U.S. ministerial meeting in Ottawa lasl week that the U.S. agrees j government announced then that natural gas liquids would be exempted from the over-all Canadian crude oil quota limita- tion. Delivery of such pane and esti- mated in September at about barrels a day and their removal from the quota total permitted an equal additional amount of crude to enter the U.S. For technical reasons, how- ever, much of this additional crude will not begin flowing into Ihe U.S. until early next year. The oil import administration proposal, made last Friday, the office of emergency prepar- A. Lincoln. Interested parties were in- vited to submit written corn- notes that "final action on the j ments on the proposal to the oil proposal will be subject to the import administration within 30 concurrence of the director of days. Pepin: No change in agreement in principle to give Canada full i isler Pcpin toW OTTAWA (CP) Trade Min- the U.S. oil import adminislra- toAmer'i Commons Tuesday that recom mendations concerning Cana- dian crude oil imports made by illIU lean oil markets. At present, imports of such CHAMPS ELYSEES !N LIGHTS The Avenue des Champs Elysees in Paris is illuminated by thousands of lights put up as decorations ground is fhe Arc de Triomphe. the 1970 Chrisimas season. In bock- irysier pr ices prices for some of its pas-i senger second bv DETROIT (AP'i Chrysler' cent, brought the average in- j increase of 5203. which U1I an- Corp. announced Tuesday an crease of Chrysler cars for 1971 j notmced Sept. 24. average increase of in its I to or -1.2 per cent, Chrysler QM's second cost increase manufacturer's suggested retail j reported. c.anie after settlement of a 10- The increase came s week; strike by the United Auto fuel crisis this winter, tile U.S. after General Motors Corp. an-1 Workers Union. The UAW is crease announced by Chrysler nounced a pries adjustment on j seeking similar contracts in cur- this year. its new cars, averaging S24. rent bargaining with other The increase, half of one per i This is in addition to an average auto-makers. Ford announced a Slotl in- i crease, or 4.H per cent, when it (IlSilSlCr lOtirS J'cllSOu introduced its new cars in the fall, then later added S14, mak-j CALGARY (CP) Directors ing a total increase of 5170. of Bow Valley Industries Ltd. Canadian crude is restricted by presidential proclamation to a quota of barrels a clay. The U.S. announcement in Ot- tawa was generally interpreted to mean that next year U.S. oil requirements will take up the full export capacity of the Cana- dian pipeline system. Thus it was calculated the de- cision would lead to a rise in Canadian oil the total estimated pipeline capacity of bar- rels or slightly more. If the figure is finally approved, the balance of "full pipeline" capacity of barrels would prob- ably be made up from the to 50.000 barrels estimated to be permitted under a new scheme announced in September. To meet the threat of a U.S. Amalgamation awaits okav Pesticides to require prescription VICTORIA (CP) Use of DDT and other long lasting pesticides will be by prescrip- tion only in British Columbia beginning next year, says Agri- culture Minister Cyril Shelford. The provincial govern m e n t will issue prescriptions in only exceptional cases where the (ion do not altar agreements reached at a recent Canada-U.S. ministerial meeting here. The recommendations propose basically that Canadian crude oil imports in the U.S. be lim- ited to an increase of about j barrels a day for a total j of barrels daily in 1971. A communique issued after i the ministerial talks last week said the United States had agreed to work toward "full and .unimpeded" access to U.S. mar- kets for Canadian oil. The document said full pipe- line capacity of more than barrels daily would likely be used in 1971. Opposition Leader Robert S t a n f i e 1 d asked Mr. Pepin whether the new recommenda- tions mean the U.S. is backing by both Canada and the U.S. to: Mr. Pepin replied first thai work toward freer access for j 1971 was not mentioned in the Canadian oil for export. communique. He said later that Was the prediction that full I971 had been mentioned but the pipeline capacity would be uti- i communique Had said only that lized in 1971 inaccurate, Mr. il "was likely" full pipeline ca- S'tanfield asked. N-poiver sold for first lime in Japan MIIIAMA (AP) Kansai Electric Power Co. has be- come the first Japanese firm to begin nuclear power generation on a commercial basis. The No. 1 atomic reactor of the corn- pacity would be needed in that year. Douglas Harkness gary Centre) asked whether the government will make represen- tations to the U.S. requesting full-pipeline exports next year. Mr. Pepin replied that U.S. cabinet secretaries attending the joint meeting had signed the communique expressing their intentions on the subject and'he saw no need to pressure them further on the matter. The U.S. administration has requested comment on the oil import administration's recom- mendations. LUCH. Scotland (AP i mciuirv into the ship s safetv tests today from Scottish politi-' that the'fire endangered anyone eians fearing atomic disaster. except personnel aboard C'ano- The fire killed three sailors pus. Sunday aboard the U.S. Navv's: Canopus, a mother ship for Polaris missile submar- j ines. Two subs were moored! alongside at the time. HIRING FREEZE FRANKFORT, Ky. As tlw result of a hiring The automaker said other car lines that would not be affected would be "some low-line Dodge Charger and Coronet and Ply- mouth satellite intermediates and sortie low-line standard- Frank M c E her. e. Labor a year ago. the total of regular freeze j jff1 Plymouth Fury and Dodge member of Parliament from nearby Glasgow, said he would demand an immediate British state employees in Kentucky is being mark. Polara models, standard-size Plymouth custom suburban and and Syracuse Oils Ltd. have agreed to amalgamation on the basis of five common Syracuse shares to one Bow Valley com- mon. The transaction is subject to approval by shareholders and regulatory bodies. Bow Valley is a resource de- velopment conglomerate involved in oil exploration and production, aviation, construc- tion and heavy industry while held'around the Dodge Polara custom statiomva-! Syracuse is a. petroleum explor- I si ion firm. o with the money you save gMelchersVery other means of control can't be found, Mr. Shelford said. Cabinet regulations approved here set March 30 as the starting point for the new controls "which will pretty well eliminate" the use of DDT, dieldrin, aldrin, heplachlor and similar insecticides, he said. B.C. had earlier asked for national controls but is taking action on its own in the absence of such action, he said. Other provinces will be asked to follow Mr. Pepin said it must be remembered that the communique mainly expressed a Mihama power station, capable of generating kilowatts, went into operation after receiving a final government approval, company officials said. The 2 reactor, capable of generating kilowatts, is expected to go into operation in 1972. The No. 1 reactor is a pressured water-type unit imported from Westinghouse Electric of the United LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 lower Floor 5174th Ay Phone many breaks FRANKFORT, Ky. 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