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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Notley proposes delay on royalties decision Bv GHFC McINTYRE Herald Staff Writer EDMONTON The Alberta government, should defer a de- cision on oil royalties until the (all session of Hie legislature so that an integrated policy on natural resources can be de- veloped, NDP leader Grant Notley proposed Thursday. Speaking (luring debate nn spending estimates for the mines and minerals depart- ment, Mr. Notley said current royalty agreements should be extended for a year to ensure that adequate time is given to a resource policy. fie said the energy resources conservation board is holding hearings on natural gas pric- ing, and a delay until the fall session would permit the gov- ernment to include natural gas ill its review of royalties. Oil royalty hearings arc scheduled for May 23. He said natural gas, oil from oil sands and coal should be in- cluded in the over-all govern- ment review of resource reven- ues. The legislature passed the mines and minerals budget lor the year that started April 1 of million up 11 per cent from the past fiscal year. RUTH GORDON McLEAN AUCTION of 110 HOLSTEIN DAIRY CATTLE and DAIRY EQUIPMENT 3Va miles south of Nanton on Cemetery rood or miles west and 3 miles north of Parkland MONDAY, MAY 15 at a.m. Jim Crowe tic. 010357 Phono 228-3868 STAVEIY AUCTIONEERS Warren Cooper Warren Cooper lie. Phone 486-2076 NANTON CLERK Warren Cooper Jr. Joe Perlich Lie. 010 293 Phone 328-3951 IETHBRIDGE CASHIER Marguerite Crowft FOR INFORMATION CONTACT The Auctioneers or Gordon McLean 486-5777, Nonton i .lim Henderson (SC-Wctas- kiwin-Lccluc) attacked what he Icrmod nationalist feeling for i opposing export of natural re- j sources from Canada. In 1970, 75 per cent of Can ada's oil production, 82 per cent of natural gas and 42 pel- cent of coal produition came i from Alberta, with resulting revenue to the province, he said. Charlie Drain Creek Crow.snest) urged the government not to raise the royalty on coal above the cur- ent 10 cents a ton due to the uncertain economic future for Alberta's coal industry. Biil Dickie, minister of mines and minerals said a major ob- jeclive of the government in the 11970's will be creation of jobs I from the resource industry such as the jobs expected to result from an oil pipeline to tbe north. i Alberta is anxious to work with Ottawa in creation of a North American energy policy, he said, to ensure Alberta gets the right price for its re- sources. ------------Saturday, May 6, 1972 THE fETHBRIDGE HERALD 19 ''Exotic' jobs advertisements jlawful hul mietiiical EDMONTON (CPj An ad- vertisement which appeared some Alberta newspapers of- fering jobs in I he United States lo students ap- pears "lawful hut unethical." Labor Minister Hert Ilohol said in the legislature. He told Roy Wilson gary Bow) that the department investigated and found thai the agency which placed Hie ad- vertisement, the Senitol Bureau of Liverpool, England, sells clippings from U.S. newspapers which advertise jobs in the U.S. "We found that (here is no -jronfiict with llic law In tlio i j United Kingdom, in ibe U.S. nr in Canftda. But HO still i lion the ethics of this i Dr. Ilcj'iol tli'j saving of tho vor.'.uro is Dial 111.? bureau does not provide aiiy The minister sa newspapers in the province have volunUir- ily given up running the advcr- liscmcnt. liscmcn TREATMENT SUSPENDED Leonard Savoie, the 31-year-old New Brunswicker treated for gas gangrene in a navy decompression chamber in Halifax, developed lung complications and the chamber treatments have been stopped, a medical offi- cial said. However, the doctor said, the infection has been cleared up. He said Mr. Savoie reacted adversely to the chamber treatments a method of feeding pure oxygen at an "extremely high concentration" into the body in efforts to inhibit the gangrene. A REWARDING CAREER OF SERVICE IN A SENIOR POSITION OF GOVERNMENT Demos switch convention WASHINGTON CAP) The Republican party Friday for- mally switched its 1972 national convention to Miami Beach from San Diego. The move was unanimously approved by the Republican na- tional committee after it re- Blow to soap industry New directions policies are being formed. WASHINGTON TAP) The U.S. government asked deter- gent manufacturers today lo I continue their 18-month volun- tary ban on NTA, once hailed as a miracle laundry product, until scientists can determine whether the chemical poses a human-health hazard. The announcement by the de- partment of health, education and welfare was based on a re- view by nine non-government scientists of previous studies on the health effects of nitrilotri- [Cctic acid, or NTA. ccived a report that mounting casts and threatened labor prob- lems made it impossible to I The decision is a blow to the stage the convention In San soap industry, which had hoped rjjcgo. I to recover some of the 520-miI- The convention dates remain lion loss when NTA was taken i NTA causes cancer, raised a j new question of possible genetic damage, and played down ear- lier fears that the acid may! cause birth defects and expose man to concentrations of poison- ous metals in drinking water. Until the uncertainties are re- solved by further research, the committee said, "the complete range of possible effects of NTA usage on human health cannot j be reasonably anticipated." The comimttee, however, did not take a stand on whether NTA should be cleared for use in the United States as it Is in1 Canada and Sweden. The group recommended that any NTA products be labelled as containing the acid. It also recommended continual moni- j toring for three years of the chemical's levels in tbe ground, I water, fish, fish-eating birds. and human bone, and studies of any populations subjected lo heavy exposure of NTA. j Until the voluntary ban. soap companies were adding NTA to j their products at the rate of 200 million pounds a year. NTA pre- i vents scum buildup in the wash i water while soap does its work. j We are looking for a Deputy Minister for the newly created Department of Advanced Education. the same as originally sched- uled, Aug. 21-23. Financial arrangements for the San Diego convention also a potential political em- barrassment for the Republi- cans when it was disclosed that International Telephone and Telegraph Corp. had promised to put up most of the money at a time it was seeking a favora- ble anti-trust settlement from the federal government out of laundry products in De- cember, 1970. Until the NTA health Issue Is resolved, the industry is left with two basic alternatives: phosphate products blamed for a major share of water pollu- tion, and caustic sodas sus- pected of injuring scores of chil- dren vho swallow them acciden- tally. The scientific group said H could not determine whether iflercditli IJsniurancct INSURANCE IS JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS Phone 327-3009 CONN VAN HORNE JACK WARBURTON 507A 7th STREET SOUTH in flddrlicn lo tue ohvicuj. 3nd v.-e ?-p Kind o' person who w.ints to not who can brinp fresh- ness and inventiveness to this new fteld of administration direct your appdcstion tc: Office of the Minister artmcnt of Advanced Cducst or Room -308 Legislative Bldg. Crfrronton, A'ber'a for Mav 21. 1972 Nurseries and Greenhouses 1972 PRICE LIST GERANIUMS PRICED FROM AS LOW AS 35'65' 1.00 Select from numerous varieties of Hybrid Annuals and New Introductions for year 1972. Approximately 100 varieties to choose from in all price ranges. ASTERS-Mixed, Dword and Powder Puff ond Pint BAtSAM-lanV "linn- CARNATIONS- Chobo 11 rl< Gl. end Bravo COtEUS DUSTY MltlAR DAHtlA-Soedlmq LARKSPUR tOBEHA Dworf Blue, Wl.plo 'and Rod Trailinri foi Window boxos MARIGOIDS Ginnt Mi., Petite in nnrl hybrids Prico prr basket of nbovn A Price per flnt nbovo AnnutiU Annual in ?'i" Jitfy Pots, ecu Marguorito or Daisy for Each PraeOflno Cannn liltrv eocli...... Begonias, nach Fimtvns NEMESIA PETUNIAS 30 vnrietiev pl'.n rn3nv Hybrid' PHlOX-Glab- Mir. PORTUtACA PANSY-Roggli STOCKS-Mixcd SNAPDRAGON-Roclnt Mixed ond srporati Dwnrt Tom Tliurnh oi'H mixed Totrm SCHIZANTH1IS SAIVIA VERBENA tlowninq I and thumhcllinn finuals .60 ..............4.25 h .15 window boxes. ...........50 nml .75 ,60 and .................i.no .50 PLANT YOUR GLADIOLUS BULBS NOW CHOICE QUALITY AND NAME VARIETIES Dozen 1. AVAIIABLE AT BOTH FRACHES FIOWER SHOP AND FRACHE'S GREENHOUSES ORNAMENTAL TREES Cut Leaf Weeping Birch 8.00 Mountain Ash 8.95 Flowering Crab 8-ft. S.95 ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS PORCH BOXES AND HANGING BASKETS Porch Boxes, well filled, per foot..... 3.50 and upl Hanging Baskets, each 6.95 and 7.50 Porch Tubs, Cedar, each 8.00 and 12.00 Prepared Compost Soil, per box 1.00 Prepared Compost Soil, per sack 3.00 Mock Orange 3.00 Cut Leaf Golden Elder............. 3.50 Snowball 3.00 Honeysuckle 3.00 Silver Leaf Dogwood 3.00 Golden Leaf Dogwood .............3.00 Catoneaster................ 75c and up Lilac (French Grafted) 4.00 Spirea (Red and White) 2.25 Through observations and trade fair trials over fho past SO we offer only those types and varieties of Plants and Nursery Stock that are most adapted to njr Geographical location and weather conditions. HOURS: Open Every Day Except Sundays 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. VEGETABLE PLANTS Broccoli per basket 60c; per flat 4.00 Brussels Sprouts per basket 60c; per flat 4.00 Cabbage per basket 60c; per flat 1.00 Celery per basket 60c; per flat 4.00 Pepper Plants ........per basket 60c; per flat 4.00 Tomato Plants per basket 60c; per flat 4.00 Riverside Sweet Spanish Onions per basket 60c; per flat 4.00 Cucumber Plants each lOc; per flat 100 Tomato Plants 4" pots 30c PEAT MOSS 2 Cubic 4 Cubic Feet Feet 6 Cubic Feet 1 8. GARDEN BARK PERENNIALS ALL NURSERY STOCK Pre-planfed to enable transplanting successfully through to the SHADE TREES Lythrum................................ 1.00 Baby Breath 1.25 Trolius 1 00 Climbing Rosebushes end Rosebushes Colors Red, Gold, Pink, White, Two-Tone. Jumbo Garnette 2.50 Mny Dfiy Trnp niich Tolirj Grcrjn Ash Russian Olivp CHOICE EVERGREENS ORNAMENTAL MnqllO Pinp ..........9.00. Austrian Pirm .......17.SO Savin Juniper Goldon Junipors 7.5O Pyrnmiclnlii Codor nnd 18.00 Colorotlo Sprucn 20.00 nnrl up Moyf-rl .....15.00 Blue Hnvon Juniper. (A must in modern landscaping) 15.00 FRUIT TREES 6' TO 7' Melntoih Apple Plum Tree Dolgo Crab Golden Delicious Apple Pear Tree CLIMBERS 2.50 FERTILIZER AT CURRENT MARKET PRICES PLEASE CtIP THIS PRICE LIST FOR FUTURE REFERENCE NURSERIES and GREENHOUSES Located at 7th Ave. and 20tli St. N. 3ml Orto Mils North o( tho Wotpr Townr Phone 327-2768 ;