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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE HERALD-Silurday, March Parliamentary Notebook Goyer's oil crusade parallels 1968 case COMING SALES EGLAND AUCTIONS WEDNESDAY, April 3rd A. D. LYON SON FARM SALE BARONS TUESDAY, April 9th S. SEVERTSON FARM SALE ENCHANT WEDNESDAY, April 10th NORM TONNESON FARM SALE ENCHANT THURSDAY, April 11th DAVE SHEARER FARM SALE CARMANGAY MONDAY, APRIL 15th Consignment Machinery Auction Sale SUNDIAL HALL YARD DEADLINE FOR LISTING, MARCH 25th DATE TO BE ANNOUNCED W. D. (BILL) QUINN JOHN DEERE PARTS SALE Location to be announced Other sales now being listed. Dates etc. to be announced. LIST YOUR FARM SALE EARLY FOfl CHOICE DATES CALLTODAY ALAN EGLAND DEAN OSEEN Phone 643-2108 Phone 739-2185 Carmangay Turin Lie. 010101 Lie. 010386 A. D. LYON SONS Farm Auction Sale yz Mile West On Highway 23 of BARONS, ALBERTA TERMS CASH IN FULL DAY OF SALE LUNCH AVAILABLE WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3 A.M. Sharp Having received from Mr. A.D. Lyon and we will offer Ihe following by Public Auction. The articles listed below are merely e guide and in no way a warranty of guarantee as to condition, size or age and are subject to minor you may find them Ihe day of the sale. COMBINE Deere No. 65 pull type motor driven pick up. CAR 1951 Chev motor brakes. TRUCKS Chev ton 6 cyl. 4 sp. LWB. radio, nice unit; Ford 2 ton hoist; Ford Vz ton 4 sp.; 2 ton Ford TRACTORS 1 John Deere Mod. 80 PTO. hyd.: Massey Harris gas hyd. PTO; Deere D PTO.-elec. start; W6 PTO. MACHINERY Blade Mod. No. HC. 14-15'; Victory Blade: Deere 12' wide level; 14' Press Drill seed art; Deere No. 400, 14" Rodweeder: 30' Circular Harrows (3- 10' Massey Har'is No. 28 PTO Swather in hyd. rubber canvas; of Diamond Harrows; Deere R 90 bu. Manure Spreader; Edwards Rodweeder atachment; Jeffrey Cultivator: Golden Arrow Weed Sprayer, Mayrath Loader Kohler elect, start eng. (new 10' Rodweeder. 10' Massey Harris Double Disk: 3 Bottom Plow: Loader Loader Hopper; Rotary Grain Cleaner screens like new; Mayrath Loader Eng. New Motor: 16" Holiday Trailer, propane stove, ice box; 1_10' Camper; Camperette; Jet all terrain vehicle: T.V. Tower; Treated Power Cable Fence Posts Wire. MISCELLANEOUS Riding brid'e harness: 1 garden roto 1 garden ?-ac3c-. 2 lawn -T.ovre.-s. chain saw. an jacks: barbecue, ropes. sink: 1 Beaver SabSe saw. 1 bench grinder; 1 bench vice. 1 Black Decker SMI saw; drills: quantity of lumber; saws; chains; hammers: Other tools too numerous Jo men- tion. 1 propane floor furnace controls: welding Jabte: 1 Wisconsin engine. Other articles too numerous to mention. ANTIQUE table side board: Cabinet Chord. SALC COff OUCTEO 8V EGLAND AUCTIONS CARMANGAY, ALBERTA ALLAN EGLAND ue 310101 Pnonn 663-21M Carmangay, Alia. DEAN OSEEN 1 Q103W Twin. Alia. CASHIERS ffflff DiMa ft. 757-2419 man mam n. w-zas HOWARD DUNN Ph. 739-U07 Comics class Edgar Reynolds, 17. helped start probably Canada's first comic book class in Calgary. He is helping a student at Lord Beaverlodge High School with the comics. Radio station fined TORONTO (CP) Radio Station CFRB was fined Friday for breaching the Broadcasting Act with a broadcast by commentator Gordon Sinclair on the eve of the Oct. 21, 1971, Ontario election The crown argued that Mr. Sinclair made partisan political comments during the program titled news and comment on Oct. 20, 1971. in contravention of the act which bans political broadcasts for 24 hours before an election. By STEWART MacLEOD OTTAWA (CP) As Supply Minister Jean-Pierre Goyer travels the country proposing a massive scheme for developing the Athabasca oil sands withou', much applause from Energy Minister Donald Macdo- observers are drawing a parallel with 1968 when various ministers were publicly proposing divergent foreign policies. At that time former communications minister Eric Kierans was openly disagreeing with External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp and former defence minister Leo Cadieux. And Prime Minister Trudeau en- couraged this, saying that dis- cussion of new foreign policy should include many view- points. This time, official sources say. Mr. Goyer asked the prime minister and other members of cabinet whether he could advance his development proposals before various audiences and was told to go ahead, providing he made it clear it was not JEAN-PIERRE GOYER government policy. At the moment, Mr. Goyer is not scheduling any more speeches on the subject. "We're going to sit back and see what says an aide. Mr. Macdonald has become less amused in the Commons as' opposition members put many of their energy DONALD MACDONALD questions to Mr. Goyer. Prime Minister Trudeau stepped in a few days ago and said. '.'This tar-sands project. is not part of the govern- ment's energy policy. "Government energy policy has been enunciated by the minister of energy. Mr. Goyer first talked about his proposal in Calgary Dec. Company recommended to build Alberta lines 11. and then took his crusade to Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal before returning to Calgary earlier this week with more details. His plan would involve lormation of a federal- provincial Crown corporation, taking over plants now operating on the sands, and borrowing billion from other countries, which would be repaid with about three billion barrels of oil. Mr.. Macdonald said he has serious doubts about the pro- posal: Alberta Mines Minister Bill Dickie said it did not- excite him, and the comments of oil industry officials ranged from "ludicrous" to "impossible." Mr. Goyer's scheme is vir- tually identical to proposals made by the Hudson Institute, a New York-based thinkers group. The supply department, like some other departments, is a member of the institute. TRUDEAU PASSIVE Institute director Herman Kahn met with Mr. Trudeau and Mr. Macdonald here last fall The prime minister apparently did not reveal his reactions but Mr. Macdonald was not enthusiastic. In the Commons a few days ago. Frank Howard Skecna) talked about a con- spiracy involving the Liberal party. Power Corp of Canada and 'the Hudson Institute. He said Claude Frenette. former executive assistant to a Liberal cabinet minister, then an official of Power 'Corp and now with the Institute, probably wrote Mr. Goyer's speech. Sources in minister's office said the speech was written by David Brittain. an assistant to Mn Goyer. "I don't know any- thing about Power Mr. Brittain said One senior Conservative MP speculates that !Mr. Trudeau supports the project and that he carefully picked the supply minister for his role "because Goyer, with his past misfortunes as solicitor- general, would attract, the greatest attention But cabinet sources say this is not the case. One minister says he is convinced jt is a case of an individual advancing a proposal he believes in "regardless of its origins He predicts that Mr Goyer will not continue speaking on the subject unless there is an unexpected wave of support tor the scheme. OTTAWA (CP) The Na- tional Energy-Board (NEB) said Friday it has recom- mended to the cabinet that Cochin Pipe Lines Ltd. be per- mitted to build pipelines to carry ethylene and light hydrocarbons from Alberta to Sarnia, Ont. The board said in a statement it found that the pipeline system "is and will be required by the present and future public convenience and necessity." It also said it has approved, subject to cabinet approval, the issuing of a six-year export licence for form of natural Dome Petroleum Ltd. The company had applied for a 15-year licence WANTED SCRAP IRON Now Paying More For All Types Of Scrap Metal Farm I ndustrial Anything Made of Iron! IRON Truck. Service National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 206-33fd Street North Phone 328-1721 "Scrap is Our Business" An application for-a 15-year licence by Dome, Amoco Can- ada Petroleum Co. Ltd and PanCanadian Gas Products Ltd. to export propane to the United States was rejected, but the board said it recommends their current permit be extended for another five years. The export and pipeline applications all were connected. The Cochin pipeline appli- cation was for two lines, one to carry ethylene from a Dow Chemical of Canada Ltd. plant in Alberta to Sarnia and the other to carry light hydrocar- bons, mainly ethane, from Al- berta to a point in Michigan. WOULD MEET The hydrocarbons line then would join a new Dome NGL Pipeline Ltd. pipeline estab- lished to ship United States materials via Sarnia and Windsor, Ont., to Green Springs. Ohio. Dow and Dome argued that if the light hydrocarbon line was not approved, they would not build the ethylene line because they said its economic viablity would be impaired if both could not be constructed together. The NEB said it found the, argu- ments relevant and issued the certificate of public convenience and necessity. The certificate is conditional not only on cabinet approval but also on Cochin's ability to convince the NEB it can finance the project even after the curtailment of the other companies' export permits. A key factor in the-board's consideration of Dome's ethane export application was the possibility of construction of a world-scale ethylene plant in Alberta. This would be in addition to Dow plant, the boar'd said, in allowing "for the possibility of a second world-scale ethylene plant using ethane as feedstock to come into operation in 1977 W W W W W NOTICE! We Have Not Gone Out of Business! We are in business in all the Lethbridge and sur- rounding towns. We have upgraded our equip- ment and operations to include all types of Sand and Gravel and Asphalt which can be picked up at our river bottom site or can be delivered to any location. Construction of road building and asphalting of large or small jobs can be handled. Free estimates on any construction or materials. Tollestrup Sand Gravel Co. Tollestrup Construction Co. Ltd. Phone 328-8196 327-3610 of Europe' said still to come PARIS (Reuter) Prime Minister Pierre Messmer warned today that the "battle of Europe" is still to come and that it will be fought over the issue of relations between .Western Europe and the United States. Addressing the central com- mittee of the governing Gaullist UDR party. Messmer FKE ESTIMATES KISS PEELING PAINT PROBLEMS GOODBYE with... ALUMINUM SIDING DUNCAN ALUMINUM CO. PHONE 327-0421 1906 LAKESIDE ROAD Specialists in all types of ENGINE REBUILDING CYLINDER BORING AND RESLEEVING CRANKSHAFT REGRINDING Art about our Guarantee ENGINES WISCONSIN ENGINE Salts and Service Centra Custom Engine Parts Ltd. 1605 3rd Avenue South Phone 328-8181 said France cannot resign itself to accepting American leadership. "The battle of Europe is a battle that has still to he said. His warning followed a statement by President Georges Pompidou to the cabinet this week that France favors consultations with the U.S. but that it will not grant the Americans the right "to supervise" European Common Market devel- opment. Messmer noted that the Common market is undergoing "a series of mishaps" but stressed that the real crisis involved re- lations with the Americans. In view of the possible with- drawal of some U.S. troops from Europe. France will con- tinue to make national defence a priority so as to safeguard its freedom of action, he said. "This will imply sacrifices in other sectors." he added. Ex-railroad man awarded GKKAT FALLS, Mont 'AH) A former Burlingtcu Northern Railroad employee has been awarded in personal injury damages in a decision reached by a jury. Dona id McGee originally sought in the district court suit stemming from an accident at the rail yard in Gmack. Wash. He was struck in the bark by a plug handle o! a boxcar door, The trial in Great Falls was only 1" determine the amount ol damages due McGee under the Federal Emplovers' Lidbilily Act A ?ummary judgment was granted earlier by Great rails district court Judge Paul HaUield. who said McGee was not negligent That decision was upheld by the Montana Supreme Court. USED ALUMINUM PRESS PLATES .009 in thickness Size Ideal tor lining between studs of buildings, sheds. etc., or under roofing. each oru Apply Circulation Department i The UtHbrutge Herald_ 1974 COMMUNITY DIRECTORY ltZ5 PER COPY Now available at: INFORMATION LETHBRIDGE Yates Centre 4th Avenue 10th Street South 329-0636 CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY ALBERTA DIVISION 1974 PROCLAMATION Whereas, Cancer can strike anyone at any age. It can affect children as well as adults, but it strikes with in- creasing frequency with advancing age. The fight a- gainst Cancer in Canada is spearheaded by two Na- tional voluntary the CANADIAN CAN- CER SOCIETTY and the NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE OF CANADA. These two organizations work closely with the Federal and Provincial Departments of Health. with the treatment agencies and with the Canadian Medical Association. And whereas the Canadian Can- cer Society is the only National Voluntary Health Agen- cy fighting Cancer through Research. Education and Patient Services. I, Andrew C. Anderson. Mayor of the City of Lethbridge, do hereby draw to ir-e attention o? ail cs'.Jzens SUNDAY, April 21st be declared CANCER SUNDAY AND FURTHER, i do hereby declare thai the month ol April shall be CANCER CONTROL MONTH and do earnestly request that the Residential Blitz on Cancer Sunday, April 21st and during ihe monlh of April re- ceive the earnest and full support oJ She citizens of Lethbridge and District. BELIEVE IT. CANCER CAN BE BEATEN. Andrew C. Anderson Mayor ;