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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Mmh 1971 THE IETHBBIDGE HERAID 13 Final electrical energy Government wont let independent body report ready for study settle its Edmonton telephones dispute EDMONTON CP Mu nicipalities in Alberta which made representations to the Burton Commission on Electri cal Energy now can study the final report although it has been superseded by new pro vincial The report was the result of a study made by the commis headed by established in 1967 by the provincial Earlier this there was some controversy when sev eral which had spent considerable money on preparing asked they be given copies of the fi nal The province rejected the re advising the mu nicipalities involved that the report was written for the pro vincial governments own in Mines and Minerals Minister Patrick tabled the report in the legislature after introduc ing two bills designed to bring all energy resources under the same administrative frame In Edmonton city council which spent preparing a submission to the commission was told by the province the report would not be available to at a news con ference rejected a statement the provisions of the new acts were in conflict with the rec ommendations of the three man He reiterated the commis sion had been established only to advise the cabinet on en not present or recom mend new legislation to the The in its 192 page recommended the municipalities s h o u Id enjoy the exclusive right to distribute and price power within their corporate The commission said regula tion of municipal power utili ties should be limited to ac rates outside their construction of new generating facilities and inter The new provincial legisla tion will establish an energy resources conservation board power to approve or reject new generating considering the energy re sources available and the en vironmental Bill a Cal gary lawyer on the commis submitted a minority port which said municipally ovmed utilities should be regu lated in the same way as pri vatelyowned utilities except that a council could request a fixed percentage of taxes on top of a fair rate of There is nothing rn the new legislation which refers to prices of electrical ex cept in general terms and some excluding Ed monton and Calgary now have to appeal to the pub lic utilities heard to determine a fair rate of Patrick said the New Hydro and Electric Energy reflecting thj study done by the Burton will replace the Power Commission The new Energy Re sources Conservation Act ex I pands the duties of the Oil and Gas Conservation Board into the field of hydroelectric pow er by replacing the A1 b e r t a Power It now is expected a dispute between Edmonton and Cal gary on which serve new areas of will go to the new Energy Re sources Conservation Board for a series of public hearings af ter it is established about June EDMONTON CP The Al berta is not pre pared to let an independent body settle its dispute with Ed monton Premier Harry Strom He also said it would be pos sible to hold a plebiscite on the dispute at the next provincial general election although no group had suggested such a The premier was speaking in an interview following a state iment by Alderman Neil Crawowned Alberta a member of the city phone negotiating Premier Strom said in an in The alderman said that tervicw that alderman Cuuv tempored outbursts and tedi1 ford is talking sheer nonteaw lectuves by Telephones and he Minister Rav Reierson made effec 11 v c negotiations impos sible between the city and the The city and ince have Reicrson Miid in an in terview that alderman Crau as the Progressive Con sensitive candidate for the pro vincial riding of Edmonton me cay ana nave VIIILICU i i u i n g ui held meetings over a boundries I probably made his dispute between Edmonton tolstatement bee a u s e he had and the provmciaHynothing else to say He added the aldernun not pieient at all the mg on tiu Negotiations last fall and were lisokcn off once b piGurc11 b fore a rfimpkto brcOktaAn nothing has bruugiu foiuard by the city that delay the governments men lion of bunging HI Icioslation on the hourdncs of the areas covered by the two tele phone Tcfiones and ACT cruce new nrers on ihv of Ed U BOOK PARIS Kcatci An unfin shed of former presi dent Charles de Gaulles mem oirs gtcs en sale in France His Georges figures prominently m the book Girl maided to death by sled dogs FORT CP Suzzanah daughter of Don was mauled to death by sled dogs near this settlement miles northwest of The girl was walking with other children and an adult when the group met a dog team on the dog sled Everyone but Suzzanah man aged to get out of the The dogs mauled the girl until they were beaten off wih an The team was put under ob servation for possible rabies in Wootten is administra tor of Flemming Hall hos t e 1 Vegetable plant closed down CP A egetable processing plant at has been closed because the owners feel there will lie insufficient business for both their plant and the Mani toba governments canning op erations at Raymond presi dent of Coop Vegetable Oils of Altona said in a statement that canning operations at the Gar denland Canncrs plant been He said the decision was raeched after Hie announce ment by industry minister Leo nard Evans that the Manitoba Development Corporation is setting up a crown corporation to resume production nt the for mer Canadian Canncrs Ud plant at Pharmacy WOOLCO PHARMACY OPERATED BY JACK AUSTIN PHARMACY ALBERTA A Division of the Dominion Citrus Company limited Free Delivery On Prescriptions Phone 3288151 Health and Beauty Aid Department Well let you get away with a little more for a little The Dandruff Ireatment hair m ennched Gives 24 hour WOOLCO SHAMPOO c WOOLCO SPRAY DEODORANT WOOLCO BUBBLE BATH OIL WOOLCO ANTIPERSPIRANT DEODORANT Lrr WOOLCO HAIRSPRAY WOOLCO INSTANT LATHER SHAVE CREAM for easy smooth WOOLCO NAIL POLISH REMOVER 4 SALE SALE SALE Of SALE Checks wet on 77 SALE SALE SALE SALE r sproy powdsALE 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