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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE THURSDAY SUNSET H L Pre Lethbridge...... 80 53 .13 Pincher Creek 72 52 .01 Medicine Hat 86 58 Edmonton 71 48 .14 Grande Prairie 70 52 .15 Banff........... 67 46 Calgary......... 76 51 Victoria 62 52 .42 Penticton....... 70 50 .27 Prince George 74 53 .01 Kamloops....... 70 55 .50 Vancouver...... 64 55 .15 Saskatoon....... 85 65 .46 Regina 86 68 .10 Winnipeg 86 68 Toronto......... 91 67 .04 Ottawa......... 89 65 Montreal 83 62 .97 St. John's....... 53 36 Halifax......... 58 54 1.65 Charlottetown 66 56 .94 Fredericton..... 63 58 .87 Chicago 98 68 .10 New York 90 68 Miami.......... 88 78 .12 Los Angeles ___ 71 63 Las Vegas...... 97 75 Phoenix 104 78 Honolulu........ 87 74 Mexico City..... 68 51 Athens 79 66 Medicine Calgary regions Cloudy throughout the day with thundershowers throughout the day. Highs 80. Lows tonight 55. Thundershowers in the after- noon. Highs 80. Kootenay regions Today and Most- ly cloudy with a few showers. Scattered afternoon thunder- storms. Highs today 65 to 70. Lows near 50. Highs Thursday 70 to 75. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Widely scattered afternoon and evening thunderstorms west and east today. Highs 80s 90s east. A few afternoon thunderstorms east. Cooler. Highs 70 west 80s east. Lows tonight 50 to 65. West of Continental Divide Mostly cloudy today and Thursday with scattered afternoon showers or thundershowers today increasing Thursday. Highs both days 65 to 75. Lows tonight 50s. Dateline Alberta Emission orders issued Lougheed wants to finish the job EDMONTON The provincial department of en- vironment has ordered Western Co-Operative -Fer- tilizers Ltd. to reduce the amount of air pollution com- ing from its Calgary and Medicine Hat points. The in a news release said it has issued an emission control order for each plant. The orders give the company until Dec. 2 to advise the depart- ment on what measures it intends to take to control the emissions. Both plants have been the subject of giving off oxides of nitrogen and small particles of suspended matter in excess of provincial the news release said. One escapee recaptured EDMONTON RCMP yesterday arrested one of three men who escaped last week from the Fort Saskatchewan Jail 15 miles northeast of Edmonton. Andre Robert of was apprehended in the basement of an Edmonton house and charged with escaping lawful custody. Still at large are Phillip Anton Smith and Brian Kevin who escaped with Lamoureux by forcing the bars in a containment area. EDMONTON Premier Peter Lougheed Tuesday saw the Conservative sweep of all 19 Alberta seats as a general endorsement of his government's positions. The Conservative premier also said he has no intention of seeking the national leadership of his party. He was asked at a news conference what his personal plans might be if Robert Stan- field steps down as national Conservative leader following his party's election losses. have said on many oc- casions I have a responsibility to the people of Alberta to finish the job feel the job is far from Mr. Lougheed wanted to help guide Alberta through a of when an economy based on oil and agriculture was being tran- sformed through the develop- ment of secondary industry into something with a broader base. The premier did not elaborate on his statement that the Conservative sweep appears to constitute a general endorsement of his government's position but wouldn't over ex- aggerate it. Credit has to be given to the 19 Mr. Lougheed said he sent his congratulations on the election victory to Prime Minister Trudeau. He told the prime minister Alberta stood ready to enter discussions on any issues such as energy or transportation. He said Alberta's positions on any such issues have not been changed by the election results. he hoped that the presence of a majority government in Ottawa would mean an end to situations where the federal government acted on matters affecting Alberta without consulting Alberta. Mr. Lougheed has opposed Liberal proposals that would increase the oil industry's tax bill by about million a year but said he does not believe people in other parts of Canada voted either for or against these measures. The proposals were contain- ed in the federal introduced in the Commons but never passed. Mr. Trudeau has promised to re- introduce them if re-elected. in central Canada were not voting on the basis of the Mr. Lougheed said. AGREE WITH LOUGHEED Oil industry spokesmen agreed with Mr. Lougheed's view that the budget should be changed. hope there will be amendments to the May budget said Maurice president of the Independent Petroleum Association of Canada. think they realize more money has to be spent on John president of the Canadian Petroleum said he thinks it is in the best interests of Canada to have a majority government. But he am concerned with the treatment of the oil industry by the Liberal whose May budget had very damaging consequences. I hope some of the budget proposals will be revamped and certain changes will be made to allow oil companies to make a fair level of Arne president of Mobil Oil Canada said he thinks some of the differences between the industry and Ot- tawa be ironed out now that a majority government has been elected. GEHL 600 FORAGE HARVESTER Be prepared and order your GEHL Harvester now. Let GEHL take the worry out of Forage Harvesting. GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coutts Highway Box 1202 Phone 328-1141 Energy board taken to court PORTS OF ENTRY opening and closing Carway 6 a.m. to 12 Chief Mountain 7 a.m. to 10 Coutts open 24 Del Bonita 8 a.m. to 9 Kingsgate open 24 Porthill-Rykerts 7 a.m. to 2 8 a.m. to 9 Rooseville 8 a.m. to midnight. in Mountain Daylight By JEFF CARRUTHERS Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA In the latest round of the increasingly- complicated tale of Dow- petrochemical project for the Manitoba gov- ernment is taking the National Energy Board to federal court over the way the Board handl- ed Dow Chemical's ethylene export application last month. And the Federal trial has agreed to break its customary summer holi- day and hold an extraordinary hearing into the Manitoba legal motion on July 18 here in Ottawa. If even only partially the legal rnanoeuver could mean another costly dollar delay for Dow Chem- ical of Canada Ltd. and Dome Petroleum Ltd. in their bid to build a world-scale ethylene plant in Alberta by 1976-77. Ethylene is the basic building block for most plastics and many petrochemical including antifreeze. Ethylene is already in short supply in Canada and the U.S. In a notice of motion filed in Winnipeg July the attoniey general of Manitoba has re- quested that the Federal Court of Canada issue three separate orders relating to the way the NEB handles the Dow application to export some 10 billion pounds of 'ethylene from the proposed Fort Saskatchewan ethylene plant to the United States between 1977 and 1987. The orders requested of to quash the decision of the NEB last month not to hold full public hearings on the Dow ethylene export applica- tion but .instead to hold hearings whereby only Dow and the NEB could ac- tively participate. order of prohibition forbidding the NEB to resume hearing the application on an ex parte basis. an of man- directing the Board to fix a date for full public hear- to give all interested par- ties sufficient time to prepare representations and the right to participate fully in the hearings. Asked about the possible ef- fects of such legal action against the NEB early Tuesday revealed it was as yet unaware of the Manitoba notice of motion. R. A. secretary to the said that he expected the Board would be served with the notice of motion sometime Wednesday. He also said that depending on the the Board might have to postpone making its recommendation to the federal cabinet on the Dow ethylene export application if the court battle about how the NEB dealt with the application is still un- derway. He added that the Board would have to decide its ac- tions at the appropriate time. The actual ex parte hearings have though submissions from Dow and some interested parties are still scheduled to come into the NEB later this week and next on the matter. The NEB staff have already started reviewing me uow ap- plication and the evidence and submissions presented to the Board at the ex parte hearings late last month. ASTRO REALTY INSURANCE LTD. 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