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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGB HBfAlD Wednesday, July 22, 1970---------------- Anti-Pollution Regulations Tightened Government Cracks Down On Oil Firms EDMONTON (CP) -A fourth oil installation in the Swan Hills oil fields lias been ordered closed and about 25 more face shutdowns if anti- Power Dam In Operation CAIRO (Reuters) The Aswan high dam power station began working at full capacity Tuesday. The Sovi- et-built dam will meet Egypt's electricity needs in industrial and agricultural projects for years to come. Villages which never had electric power before will be supplied by the dam and thousands of acres of arid land will become fertile. pollution measures arc not met within a week, the Alberta gov- ernment said Tuesday. In addition another 100 to 125 oil installations had been order- ed to take increased anti-pollu- tion measures within the next month or face government ac- tion. LEAKING OIL A. F. Manyluk, deputy chair- man of the Alberta Oil and Gas Conservation Board, said the one installation ordered closed, a Tenneco well, had been leak- ing oil. The 25 others were not dam- aging the environment at the moment, but were "more of a threat than the he said in an interview. The board recently ordered three installations to be closed for clean-ups but they have since been given permission to reopen. Mr. Manyluk said the board and forestry officials will send letters to the president of all the oil companies involved to give them formal notice of their findings and outline what action should be taken. Tuesday's orders to the oil companies followed a study of the mile field, 120 miles northwest of Edmonton, by a team from the conserva- tion board and the Alberta lands and forest department. In Calgary, conservation board member Vernon Millard said additional regulations cov- ering pollution in general and the operation and construction of sour gas processing plants have been drafted. The regulations become ef- fective Aug. 1 and were being mailed to oil operators today. The regulations call for im- proved quality of stack gas em- ission measurements and will require companies to adhere more strictly to operating and design conditions of plants set down by (he board. The changes do not lower levels of emissions allowed, although this could be done in the future, he said. Pope To Visit ROME (Heuters) Pope Paid will visit the headquarters of the Rome-based United Na- tions Food and Agriculture Or- ganization Nov. 16, the FAO an- nounced today. The regulations also involv consolidation of jurisdiction some matters previousl shared with the department a health. Wedge Named To CTY Post TORONTO (CP) Phili Wedge has been appointe director of development for th CTV Television Network Ltd., was announced Tuesday. H will retain responsibility for th promotion department and wi be concerned with the network' international co-production ac tivity, foreign sales and supervi sion of programs. IMPORTED lonerware SAVE 57-PIECE PORCELAIN Dinner Set Consists of eight each of 10" Dinner Plates, 6" Bread and Butter, Nappy, 7Vi" Soup Plate; 1 2 cups and saucers. One each of Cream and Covered Sugar, 14" Platter and 10" Vegetable Bowl. Assorted patterns. Regular Woolco Price 69.95 35.44 SAVE 6.18 45-PIECE STONE WARE SET. Consists of eight each of lOK" Dinner Plates, Salad Plates, Soup Bowl; Tea cups and Saucers. One Covered Sugar and Creamer, 12" Platter and 9" Vegetable Bowl. Two beautiful patterns. Regular Woolco Price 29.95 57-PIECE PORCELAIN Dinner Set Set con- sists of eight each 10" Dinner Plates, 6" Bread and Butter; Nappy, 7Vi" Soup Plate, 12 cups and saucers. 1 each of Cream and Cover- ed Sugar, 14" Platter and 10" Vegetable Bowl. 2 patterni. Regular Woolco Price SET 37.45 SAVE 20.07 S7-P1ECE PORCELAIN Dinner Set Consists of eight each of 10" Dinner Plates, 6" Bread and Butler, S'A" Nappy, 7'A" Soup Plates, 12 Cups and Saucers. Ono each of Cream and Covered Sugar. H" Platter and 10" Vegetable Bowl. Choice of four patterns. Regular Wooleo Price 49.95 SAVE 20.00 45-PIECE IRONSTONE Dinner Set Set consists of eight each of 10" Dinner Plates, Salal Plates, Soup Bowl, Cups and Saucers. One each of Cream and Covered Sugar. Vegetable Bowl and Flatter. Two delightful designs. Regular Woolco Price 39.95 19.95 23.77 SET 29.88 SAVE 5.89 45-PIECE DINNERWARE Set Set con lists of eight each of 10" Dinner Plates 6 Bread and Butter Plates. 6" Oatmeal Tea Cups and Saucers. One each of the following Covered Sugar and Cream Vegetable Bowl and Plalter Handsome pattern. Regular Woolco Price 19.88 SET 13.99 Open Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Thursday ond Friday 9 a.m. !o 9 p.m.; Saturday 8 a.m. fo 6 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive Pilots Get Pay Boost MONTREAL (CP) -Mori than Air Canada pilots have ratified a 16-month con tract which provides for b wage increases of from 7.5 to 8.5 per cent, the airline an nounced Tuesday. The increase varies with the type of aircraft flown and be- tween captains and first offi cers. It will be made in two stages, ranging from five to six per cent for" the first 10 months 'Dnder the new contract wlu'ch expires Oct. 31, 1971, DC-8 captain will earn from to monthly. Cap- tains flying Viscounts will be paid from to First officers earn from 50 to 70 per cent of salaries paid to captains. Other changes include Im- proved working rules and a re- duction in the number of flying hours per month to 83 from 85. Storm Batters Crops CALGARY (CP) Several early morning hailstorms dam- aged crops in central Alberta Tuesday and knocked power in some areas of the city for three hours. A spokesman for the Calgary electric system said lightning damaged 40 tfansformers, mostly in the northwest sec- tion. Near Balzac, 10 miles north of Calgary, severe damage to crops was reported by hail stones the size of golf balls. Crop damage was also caused in the Rocky Mountain House region, further north, where winds, of up to 60 miles an hour accompanied the hail. U.S. Living Costs Ease Slightly WASHINGTON (AP) The cost of living in the United States rose four-tenths of one >er cent hi June in a slight eas- ng of the nation's worst inflar ionary climb in 20 years, the government said Tuesday. But prices of food, housing, clothing, transportation, medi- cal care and recreation still av- eraged six per cent above, a 'ear ago, said the bureau of abor statistics. And despite an increase of 1.65 in pay to an average of 120.05 a week for some workers, their pur- power was still below a year ago for the 15th straight month because of inflation, the jureau noted. The June rise in prices brought the government's con- sumer price index to 135.3, meaning that it cost last month for every worth of typical family purchases in the 957-59 period on which the index is based. The June rise of four-tenths of 5ne per cent was the same as lie May increase, representing i slowdown from the six-tenths ncrease in April and increases of five-tenths each hi April and increases of five-tenths each in 'ebruary and March. The report' followed state- ments by.President Nixon and lis top economic advisers that be nation has passed the worst f the inflationary surge. Obscenity Bearing Set ii Weekly EDMONTON (CP) A hear- ing into charges that there was bscenity in an issue of the Jeorgia Straight, an undcr- ;round weekly newspaper pub- ished In Vancouver, will be leld Sept. 21, a district court udgo ruled here. Crown prosecutor K. R. An- lony said that material in the ublication was likely to cor- upt the minds of juveniles. Police seized issues of the evvspaper on July 10. Warrant of the seizure was xecuted on Andrew Laskiw- an Edmonton agent for he Straight. No criminal charges have wen laid hi the case. TV HIGHLIGHTS WEDNESDAY SPECIAL: IVIwop-Up Days, p.m., Ch.' 3: Con- tinuation of coverage on this year's Lethbridge and Dis- trict Exhibition. DUAMA: Gimsinoke, p.m., Ch. 7: Jack Elam guests as an enraged trapper who finds Ms cabin occupied by three nuns and his two children whom he has never seen before. VARIETY: Catherine McKinnon, 7 p.m., Ch. 13: Guests tonight are Peggy Mahon amd Bob Carley. DRAMA: Medical Centre, p.m., Ch. 13: William Stetner, formerly of Star Trek, stars as an impatient re- search specialist who is frustrated over testing of his cancer cure. COMEDY: Hey! Cinderella, 8 p.m., Ch. 7: A gentle spoof of the children's story, starring 'live actors and characters from the highly acclaimed Sesame Street series. VARIETY: Smothers Brothers, 8 p.m., Ch. 11: Guests are singer Petula Clark and Pat Paulsen, who lectures on the women's liberation movement. SPORTS: British Commonwealth Games, p.m., Ch. 7: Highlights of Tuesday's events, from Edinburgh, Scot- land. LOCAL: Color Cove, p.m., Ch. 13: A repeat of this morning's Whoop-Up Days coverage, with co-hosts Joan Waterfield and Stan Bates. THURSDAY MOVIE: Andy, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: A 1965 study of a 40- year-old mentally-retarded New Yorker. With Norman Alden. MOVIE: Invincible Gladiator, p.m., Ch. 1: An op- pressed people rest ah" then- hope on a slave who was born a king's son. With Richard Harrison. 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