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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta July LETHBRIDQE New oil and gas royalties okayed VICTORIA A new schedule of government royalties for petroleum and natural gas has been approved by the British Columbia cabinet. Mines Minister Leo Nimsick said .the new schedule increases royalties on crude oil and fuel condensates to an average of 50 per cent of production price from a max- imum of 40 per retroac- tive to April 1. Natural gas royalties were increased to about 20 per cent of production price from 15 per cent for producers who have not signed a contract with the B.C. Petroleum Corp. Natural gas by-products such as butane and propane also will be subject to royalty increases to 50 per cent from 15 per cent if they are not contracted to the cor- poration. At the time he introduced the act in Mr. Nimsick estimated royalty revenue from gas and oil would rise to million in 1974. Paper firm gets results from ads in newspapers New air shipping policy planned B.C. If you're in the plywood business and you run short of quality what do you Try an ad in the newspaper. That's what Crown Zeller- bach Canada Ltd. did in British Columbia recently when it ran short of good peeler logs for its plywood plants at Kelowna and Armstrong. The ads brought results. Howie ad- ministrative forester at the company's interior wood supply and products division in this Okanagan Valley city said the response to the ads has been so encouraging that the company has assigned Jack the company's log superintendent in the Arm- strong to follow up re- sponses on a full-time basis. The problem facing Crown Zellerbacii's interior operations arose from an infestation of bark beetles in the Okanagan. In an effort to control the the company has been logging and processing infected trees while they can be salvaged. But the company found the infestation had reduced the amount of peeler balsam or that were of sufficient quality and size to peel into thin layers to process into softwood plywood. The response was good. More than 50 calls or letters resulted. MONTREAL Half the cost of shipping small parcels by air will be refunded if they don't arrive as schedul- ed under a new policy an- nounced by CP Air and Air Canada. The effective Aug. applies to parcels weighing less than 50 pounds and valued at less than a statement issued by the two airlines said. Parcels are guaranteed on specific flights designated by the but the refund policy does not apply if delays are caused by mechanical or related it said. Further requirements are that shipment costs be pre- paid and parcels delivered at least 30 minutes before flight time. The new mode of handling will be operated in addition to all other existing commodity services at major Canadian air The best to you from Palm. Yogurt. PflLM PALM DAIRIES LIMITED WHOOP-UP SPECIALS Prices effective till Saturday July 1974 We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities NOW AT THE PEAK OF QUALITY SWEET DELICIOUS CHERRY BING CHERRIES By the Case approximately 20 Ibs. Ib. LOBLAW BRAND CHOICE TOMATOES 28II. oz. tin MCLARENS POLSKI-PLAIN-GARLIC 32 fl. oz. jar r POLISH DILLS PURITAN IRISH OR BEEF BEEF STEWS 24fi.oz.tin KRAFT ASSORTED LIQUID SALAD DRESSING 16 fl.oz. bottle NABOB SUNGOLD ORANGE CRYSTALS oz. foil packages FACIAL TISSUE SCOTTIES LOBLAWS COFFEE CREAMER ZOO'S box 39 57 79 79 c c c c ALL L-MART MEATS Guaranteed We regret all meat specials are subject to supply because of Meat Packers' dispute. Government Inspected Canada Grade Beef ROUND or Government Inspected Canada Grade 'A' Beef RUMP ROAST All cuts bone Ib. Government Inspected Cut-Up Tray Pack STEWING CHICKEN Ideal for Ib. Government Inspected Choice Young Alberta PORK SHOULDER 0 11 wt. jar LOBLAW TOMATO KETCHUP 32 fl. oz. bottle 79 LOBLAW FABRIC SOFTENER 64 fl. oz. plastic w I Fresh Ground Beef and Textured Vegetable Protein NUTRI- BURGER Government Inspected Fresh BULK WIENERS FROZEN FOOD FEATURES FOR THAT CHERRY PIE-GAINSBOROUGH PIE SHELLS of inch McCAINS VALLEY FARM SHOESTRING U I ft I Utu WHIP TOPPING ;