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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Body will be returned BUENOS AiRES Argentine President Maria Estela Peron signed a bill Monday ordering the repatria- tion from Spain of the em- balmed remains of her late husband's second wife. President third wife and the widow of President Juan Domingo signed the bill on her first visit to Government House since the death of her husband a week ago. She also signed a bill order- ing construction of a gran- diose of the in which Argen- tine in- cluding Peron and be entombed. The return of golden-haired darling of the Peronist has been awaited in Argentina for decades. Her carefully embalmed smuggled out of the country by the military in 1956 after a coup that ended Peron's second term as is in Madrid GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE WEDNESDAY SUNSET Lethbridge..... Pincher Creek Medicine Hat Edmonton Grande Prairie Banff Calgary........ Victoria Penticton Prince Rupert.. Prince George Kamloops...... Vancouver Rsgina....... Saskatoon Winnipeg..... Toronto Ottawa....... Montreal St. John's Halifax....... Charlottetown Fredericton Chicago New York Miami Los Angeles.... Las Vegas Phoenix Honolulu 19 02 06 H L Pre. 70 52 .04 63 48 85 58 .41 67 54 72 51 61 47 65 51 67 53 71 57 57 51 71 41 72 56 .04 68 57 18 85 63 82 63 20 82 64 .09 89 68 90 68 82 70 48 33 62 52 73 56 02 79 58 .05 95 71 94 75 87 77 74 60 98 71 102 77 87 72 Mexico City 72 57 Athens .........81 61 Rome .......81 64 Pans 84 63 London.....73 59 Berlin........68 46 Amsterdam 75 57 Lethbridge- Medicine regions Mostly cloudy oc- casional showers this after- noon and evening. Sunny periods on Wednesday Highs both days 70-75. Over-night lows 45-50 MONTANA East of Continental Divide Mostly sunny except scattered afternoon and even- ing thunderstorms Isolated late afternoon thunderstorms western portion with hail and gusty winds. Highs both days 80 west 90s east Lows tonight 50s. West of Continental Divide Partly cloudy this after- noon and evening. A few thunderstorms. Highs both days 75 to 80. Lows tonight 45 to 55. CROWN ROCK PICKERS HYDRAULIC DRIVEN ROTARY Now is the time to buy a rotary or the 400 Crown Rock Picker while at SPRING PRICES See Ken Thompson or Ken Dickson At GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coutts Highway Box 1202 Phone 328-1141 PORTS OF ENTRY opening and closing 6 a m. to 12 Chief Mountain 7 a.m. to Coutts open 24 Del Bonita 8 a.m. to 9 Kingsgate open 24 Porthill-Rykerts 7 a.m. to 8 a.m. to 9 Rooseville 8 a.m. to midnight. Times in Mountain Daylight PETER LOUGHEED Lougheed in list of leaders NEW YORK Nine Canadians were included in a list of 150 men and women Time magazine named in its international editions Monday as likely to become the world's new leaders. The Canadians are Premier Robert Bourassa of Mayor David Crombie of Premier William Davis of Health Minister Marc Premier Peter Lougheed of Montreal architect Moshe Safdie. Premier Edward Schreyer of Maurice executive director of the United Nations environment and Finance Minister John Turner Besides the nine the most nam- ed from any single country outside the United the list is composed of 39 six Latin Americans. 31 from Asia and the Pacific and 15 from Africa and the Middle East Fifty Americans are a deliberate distortion the magazine ac- quaint readers with as many rising U S leaders as seemed Noting there appeared to be a worldwide vacuum of the editors of Time picked 150 in- dividuals. 45 years of age or who they believe hold real hope of filling the vacuum They said each person chosen has dis- played promise of having civic or social impact in the years ahead. Most are political figures but educat- scientist and economists are represented as well. The list of Britons totals six and includes Prince Charles. and three cabinet ministers The Colonel and his Boys want you to have A SAFE AND HAPPY SUMMER When you buy a You get this Bucket or Barrel... Holiday Safety Pack Each pack Aspjrin Kleenex Mercurochrome Calomine Lotion Spray Can of Insect Repellent Turns Unguentine First Aid Spray 2 Red Cross Safety Folders OFFER STARTS JUNE 29TH AND CONTINUES ONLY WHILE SUPPLY LASTS. frie J P Colonel Sanders and his boys mak Sven Ericksens Food Pastry Shop Colonel Sanders and his boys make it hckm' good SI 1715 MM Drive Phone'328-7756 2021 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-8161 Dow's ethylene export licence opposed OTTAWA Briefs fil- ed with the National Energy Board Monday questioned whether sufficient stocks of raw material will be available to permit the export of 10 billion pounds of ethylene to the United States between 1977 and 1987. Dow Chemical Canada Ltd. is seeking permission from the board to export used in the manufacture of from a new plant it plans to build in Fort Alta. During hearings last Dow officials said the first stage of the plant would use reiined from natural gas. to produce ethylene. A second stage would use butane and conden- sate The company said it had been assured by the Alberta government that needed supplies of ethane would be available. Dow witnesses also told the board there would be no problem obtaining butane and condensate. But in briefs filed with the board both Canadian Industries Ltd and Du Pont of Canada Ltd. urged board members to give close scrutiny to future ethane supplies. CIL said in its brief the com- pany still believed ethane sup- plies will be limited and pointed out that despite government Dow had no contracts for supply of the feedstock. It also said the plant's second stage would further strains on the available resources of butane and con- Esso Chemical Canada a subsidiary of Imperial Oil reiterated earlier statements that in principle it favored export of ethylene. But the board should not give Dow a licence that could lead to creation of monopoly situation which would inhibit or prevent construction of new facilities Other companies complain- ed earlier that granting a licence for 10 billion pounds of ethylene to Dow might effec- tively bar others from the ex- port market since only ethylene surplus to Canadian needs can be exported A brief from the Saskatche- wan government urged the board not to make a decision on the application until it holds hearings this fall on the supply and demand of natural gas Prudential Insurance Company of America Now Located At 433 Holiday Village Suite H Phone 327-3594 yourinvitatioitto and games atAir Fair Free trips exciting games theatre shows fun for the whole Balloon and Pick up your Flight Plan at .he gale and enter your name in the basket under our gunl balloon. 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