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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Alberta requests gov't delay pipeline decision By JEFF CARHUTHERS Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA The federal cabinet decision on the Dome Petroleum Ltd. of Calgary proposal to build a gas liquids pipeline from Edmonton to Sarnia is being delayed at Alberta's until the province can submit its reactions to the plan to according to Energy Mnister Donald Macdonald. But if everything goes as ex- the cabinet should be able to make its decision public in less than three Mr. Macdonald said in an interview yesterday outside the Commons. The'decision is expected to be favorable. The minister added that the which is critical to Dow Chemical of Canada Ltd.'s plans to build a world- scale petrochemical comple in could still be made even if the Liberal government falls or calls an election during the next few weeks. Mr. Macdonld explained an executive that the cabinet will be able to make before an if needed. He said Alberta's reaction anticipated to be in the government's hands by the middle of next He estimated the cabinet would then make its public about 10 days later. The National Energy Board recently gave partial approval to Dome's Cochin Pipe Lines to build the proposed twin to carry ethylene and light hydrocarbons from Alberta to Sarnia. The NEB asked for more in- formation on environmental impact and the latter in light of the related NEB decision to restrict Prestige Office Space FOR RENT Phone 327-6747 Dome's proposed exports to the U.S. of ethane and propane to be carried by the pipeline. NEB has recommended that cabinet approve only a six- export licence for ethane instead of the 15 year term re- quested. When asked whether proposals by other companies to build large ethylene petrochemical plants in the Canadian Industries Ltd. of Montreal and Alberta Gas Trunk Pine Co. Ltd. of Clgary plans an Alberta will have any effect on the Dow-Dome approval by Mr. Macdonald only look at applications now before and we don't have any for Alberta. He also .said a second Alberta world-scale ethylene plant shouldn't cause since NEB studies have suggested that Canada could support up to three world-scale with some exports. Steel union sign new three-year pact Pa. The 10 largest steel producers in the United States and the United Steelworkers union be- gan formal signing today of a new three-year contract. It is the first contract nego- tiated under a historic no- strike bargaining agreement. Inland Steel Co. was the lirst company to sign the pact with the others to follow in a three-hour ceremony. think we can speak for most of the companies and say Wholesale gas price lowered NEW YORK Gulf Oil Co. said today it is lowering its wholesale price of gasoline by 3.5 cents a gallon effective immediately. The company attributed the reduction to lower costs of im- ported foreign crude oil. Prices of other Gulf refined products were not the company said. Calgary Law Firm requires LAWYER for General Practice 2 Years Experience Apply to Box 13 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Distribution Required Calgary Based Manufacturing Firm Requires distributor for diesel and residual oil supplements. Sales solicitation re- Will involve calls on and other large volume consumers of petroleum pro- ducts. Proven product line providing mileage increased power efficiency and emmission reduction. Preference will be given to applicants currently dis- tributing petroleum products or with established coverage to customers. For full details Western Energy Plus Ltd. 300 Petroleum No. 310 9 ave. S.W. Alberta or Phone 266-5505 that we are happy with this said William Inland's assistant general manager of industrial relations. The contract provides hefty wage and benefit increases for 350.000 workers in the industry. The settlement eventually will be extended to cover employees. Under the agreement workers receive a 6.3-per-cent increase of 28 cents an hour an additional 16 cents an hour Aug. and a further 16 cents Aug. The average steelworker now earns an hour. The settlement also provides for unlimited pay increases to cover a rise in the cost of living and includes an increase of 7.2 cents an hour in job differential substantial improvements in a company-paid dental plan and a boost in sup- plemental unemployment benefits. Industry and union sources estimate the agreement will cost a total of an hour for each worker. Companies signing the new contract are U.S. Jones and Youngstown Sheet and Wheeling- and Allegheny Ludlum Industries. Olds site of plant Alta. A multi million dollar meat packing plant that would be Canada's largest has been proposed for this community 50 miles north of the Board of Trade was told Friday. A spokesman for Big Country Meats of Calgary told the Board of Trade at a meeting he is negotiating with the provincial government and plans a formal presentation soon. H. H. Smith Ltd. Customs Broker Lithbridp nwni 321-1141 COUTTS W4-4M-M5t Home Office Phone 344-3822 INFORMATION SERVICES HAVE YOU ANY QUESTIONS FOR CANADA MONDAY TO TELEPHONE 0900h 1700h 327-2688 SERVICE DE RENSEIGNEMENT nano LUNDI AU OlOOh 1700h 327-2CM ana nana Solution sought on protecting egg producers Canadian-built Qlnett a customer-training demonstrates the Canadian- built word-processor which has penetrated the U.S. market. Crown agency seeks higher lending limit OTTAWA The gov- ernment is working with the Canadian Egg Marketing Association to find a solution that will protect domestic egg producers from cheap United States Agriculture Minister Eugene Whelan said hope we are very close to a he told Mark Rose in the Commons. Mr. Whelan said egg prices have dropped 15 per cent since the first of the year. far as the egg industry being in utter chaos and nearly going the producers are marketing eggs below production cost at the present and we are working on a program with the Canadian egg marketing He asked Mr. Rose to be patient while a solution is worked out. To make any announcement here would make it pos- sible for shylock importers to take advantage of the situation and get unwarranted rip-off Mr. Rose said the egg in- dustry is losing a week in sales because cheaper eggs from the U.S. This was happening even though there were no decreases in retail prices. He asked Mr. Whelan to an- nounce import limitations or support program for Canadian producers. Permits up FORT Alta. Building permits issued in this northeastern Alberta community for the first four months of 1974 exceeded million. OTTAWA A spokes- man for the Export Develop- ment Corp. said Friday the Crown agency is approaching its loan ceiling and will soon have to stop granting loans for financing export sales unless Parliament approves a higher lending limit. A pending bill would increase the EDC's loan ceiling to but the possibility of a federal election might delay action on it for several months. The EDC spokesman said that when the agency reaches its present loan it will have to stop granting loans under the law. This could mean the loss of export sales for a number of and a resulting loss in jobs for workers who manufacture goods for export. Canadian firms bidding for foreign contracts on major items such as railway machinery and others must be able to show they have the financial backing to complete the contract. Failure to have sufficient fi- nancing means a firm cannot bid on such a foreign and thus loses the chance of a sale. PROFESSIONAL DRY CLEANING PLANT IN LETHBRIDGE Excellent Volume and Location Financial Statement Available Write Box 3 Herald 3S BUSINESS PRODUCTS 233 31 Street North Phone 327-7917 P.O. Box Lethbridge Mr.C.M.VinV1M 3S Business Products is proud to have been appointed as a local authorized dealer 3M Automatic Manual Photocopy Supplies 3M Manual Photocopiers 3M Overhead Projectors 3M Thermofax Machines 3M Music Systems Background A locally owned and operated company Suppliers for ELECTROSTATIC PHOTOCOPIERS Phone in and inquire about our competitive THE Sunday Crossword the New York Herald Tribune Edited by Robert B. Gillcspie Crossword ITS YOU ALL By Elaine D. Schorr ACROSS 1 Barnyard baby 5 Mil units 9 Me 14 Inspired 19 Soviet range 20 Air. form 21 Antilles cruise island 22 Fine fabric 25 Jacques 27 Dams'com- panions 28 Electra's brother 29 Hybrid citrus fruit 30 Ladies' men 32 33 Anise liqueur 36 Diner specialty 37 Rather than 38 Level 39 Dilatory 40 Green areas of Amiens 42 Fernando of the films 44 Irritant for a princess 46 After the ems 47 Boat body 48 Part of a mm. 49 Most cumbersome 52 Ghoul 57 One-horse carnage 58 Washday problems 61 Defy gravity 62 Noted skater 63 Scout jaunt 64 PhileasFogg portrayer 65 Call dayi 66 Slimmed down 67 Zola 69 Napoleon 70 Haze 71 These Fr. 72 Court hearings 73 Rolled an- chovy center 74 Debtees abbr. 75 Operation residual 77 one's ear 78 Kitchen utensil 79 Blow' 82 Negative prefix 83 Sloughs 85 Kind of lick 86 Rio dance creation 87 can 89 Smear 91 Otis or Cornelia 92 Disastrous dive 94 Witnessed 96 Poetical time 97 Campus bash 98 Expression surprise 99 Scotch style 100 Troupe member 103 Luau gear 104 Noted laahoans 106 Ideologies 110 Traffic sign 111 Machine gun 112 Befall 113 Tie or track 114 Self-analysts 119 Bell signal of a sort 121 Refugee 122 The southeast wind 123 Napkin Fr 124 Freighter route 125 Golfing goof 126 Musical muffler 127 Com of Cambodia 128 Naughty acts or Things 129 Soberer 130 Hebrew lyre 131 Lip DOWN 1 Hurl against 2 Component of some soils 3 Miss Kazan 4 Small-fry artist 5 Kind of end 6 Cancel 7 Takes a liberty 8 Title for Olivier 9 Pulverizes 10 Prospero's servant 11 anat. 12 But in Bonn 13 Superb 14 Cuts short 15 Gets along 16 Sweet spire 17 Kind of capital 18 Hold dear 23 Cotta orfirma 24 Country road features 26 Cozy place 31 Lapsed one 34 Makes money 35 Publishers' abbr. 39 Complained' bitterly 40 Word with book or call 41 CPAs 42 Admit 43 Examined by 41 D 45 Calls forth 43 Be frugal 49 Mata 50 waterway 51 Poet's word 52 Non-polluting carrier 53 Quoth the laconic raven' 54 Unwelcome summer shower extra 55 Famous nexi- to-last words 56 Kind of end 57 C 0 D 's opposite 59 Show position 60 Is sick 64 Slangy denial 67 Medicinal dispenser 68 haber- dasher 69 Magna 70 Posers 72 West Indian sorcery 73 Porter of song 74 Red 75 Prig 76 Nose or pine 78 Singer Vikki 79 Cupcake creators 80 Like some tea 81 Road cover DiagramleSS 19 X by Thomas W. Schier ACROSS 1 WWI Graf- 5 Settees 10 Kingdom 11 President of 1938-1950 12 Fortune 15 Asian def.gr. 16 Let get 17 Ransacks 19 Fragrant bloom 23 Complain 24 On with 25 Shah's country 26 Unavailing 28 Echidna's food 29 Moonlighter Krcutzer 31 Pang 34 Work units 35 Chowder inhabitant 37 Polished 38 Marx Bros. film' 42 On the fringe 43 And a la Brutus 44 Fellow 48 Funnyman Lloyd 50 Precious 52 Possessive 53 Large channel 55 Vicinity 57 Sprawl 58 Feel ojie's 62 Wicker 65 Kind of chicken 66 Freshwater mussel 67 Flag of 69 South Amer- ican Indian 71 to Nanook 72 Median strips 73 Red or white 74 Can pan DOWN 1 Marsh grass 2 Bribe 3 Wing 4 Aper 5 Sound of disapproval 6 Person 7 Sea spray 8 Opposing 83 More like a fox 84 Felled 85 Legs si. 86 Time for a cornhusker. abbr. 88 Role for Liz 9 to the Finns 10 Assess 12 Women's 13 Top course of a wall 14 Bear's relatives 18 Waste allowance 89 Hit the 90 New Zealand timber tree 93 Phone or dress style 95 Stevens of impeachment fame 98 si. 100 Nitwits 101 Nearby 102 Big-billed bird 103 Gapes 104 Ger. 105 vast wealth 107 Nova 108 Carlo andzuma 109 Some stocks 112 Roben Scots' king 113 Clay's other name 20 Blossom or 38 Roman writer 47 By means of pekoe 39 Viva-voce 48 White 21 Squealed Si. 40 Apathetic 49 Effluvium 22 Pot fee 41 Mile's yes 51 Symbol 27 Employ 42 Search out of holiness 30 Of water 44 Luminous oval 54 Southerner's 31 Verboien 45 WW II msti- 32 How's that' gator 56 Top floor 33 Charged atoms 46 Judas' field 36 Samovar of blood 59 Walk-si 60 Avila aunts 115 French composer 116 Breadth 117 Island dance 118 to the bards 120 State 123 Tiny Scot. 61 Wright's 63 Jason's ship 64 Invalid 65 not to be 68 Bill s partner 70 Viscid substance SOLUTIONS OF LAST WEEK'S PUZZLES laoaaa BOH IUHHQQ anyon anna anon 1974 by Chicago Tribune-N.Y. News Synd. Inc. World Rights Reserved CRYPTOGRAMS JWTE EVX JRTC RX ZWWJ MW FJCVXCP ZAWXXSWAP FBHHJC XWJLCAX BXRTE SVRM MW XWJLC FBHHJCX. -By Earl Ireland YEYA CEUTEP EGO CEDCOGOT YA PEU. PEAP CECOG. -By India M.Spen-.v E L E G E N T LINK W Y L G K I U E G I G Q V N W Q T I QEG7. VYU VELI Q U E O 7.. -By Barbara J. RugR Y 1.1 E LILY W O I. F Y D A F W E L F 0 L Y IDA DEN NEE FEED. Norton Rhoades TAFFY w.z LIFER T. TUGWA IFFY ARGE UFI LRGI. -ByB.J.R. Last Week's Bullfrog bullitd trtefrog till bold trrefrog treed bullfrog. Blue dad made deal with if boy runs away from pop will not report Red squirrel stored can't recall Ten apprehended spies die dire deaths. ;