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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Alberta Bill 55 horrendous EDMONTON A jrofessor of political science it the University of Alberta las called the government's uroposed northeast Alberta jommission act a horrendous jiece of legislation not laraiieled anywhere else in Canada. Prof. Jim in an interview said the ict Bill 55 places an enormous amount of power in the hands of one the commissioner of the oil sands and at the same time provides the potential to abolish the new town of Fort McMurray. Prof. Lightbody expressed concern that the oil sands commissioner would be responsible only to cabinet and not to the legislature. Hunting ban possible EDMONTON Provincial officials said Tuesday that hunting of female white-tailed deer and moose may be curtailed in northern and central Alberta this year because of the heavy toll on the animals during the severe winter. Provincial fish and wildlife biologists said up to 30 per cent of the white-tailed deer may have died during the winter which saw them having to contend with chest-high snow. Labor pact signed FORT McMURRAY Great Canadian Oil Sands Ltd. and the McMurray Independent Oil Workers announced Tuesday the signing of a tentative two-year collective labor agreement. Details of the contract were not released pending ratification meetings by the workers which are expected to be held within the next few days. The settlement involves more than 800 employees at the company plant 225 miles northeast of Edmonton. Calgary youth killed CALGARY Curtis Neil of Calgary became the city's 15th traffic fatality when the car in which he was riding slammed into a concrete pillar on an Found in creek EDMONTON The body of Dale Vernon who drowned April while trying to rescue a was found yesterday in overpass. Lloyd Michael driver of the is in hospital suffering a concussion and abrasions. a creek within city limits. Police said the body was almost completely buried in sand and silt under a large tree. It was discovered by children. GENERAL FARM Presents Weather SUNRISE THURSDAY SUNSET H L Pre Lethbridge......71 45 Pincher Creek 61 41 .02 Medicine Hat 76 48 Edmonton 64 42 .06 Grande Prairie 61 40 .12 Banff........... 58 36 .01 Calgary......... 68 37 Victoria 61 41 .01 Penticton....... 71 50 Prince George 57 38 .06 Kamloops....... 73 38 Vancouver......fiO 43 .29 Saskatoon........60 40 .51 Regina 53 41 Winnipeg 45 40 Toronto......... 47 27 Ottawa......... 43 36 .11 Montreal 40 38 .06 St. John's....... 47 32 .04 Halifax......... 49 36 Charlottetown 53 38 .01 Fredericton..... 54 33 -.35 Chicago 54 44 1.09 New York...... 59 43 Miami.......... 81 66 1.20 Los Angeles ___ 70 60 Las Vegas...... 96 69 Phoenix 94 70 Honolulu........ 85 72 Athens 64 55 Rome.......... 66 15 Paris........... 52 45 London......... 57 37 Stockholm 54 34 Berlin.......... 61 32 Amsterdam.....50 36 Moscow 75 57 Medicine Hat regions Mainly cloudy with a few showers. Gusty west winds becoming north and gusty by afternoon. Cooler. Highs 60 to 65. Sunny periods. Lows near 40. Highs near 65. Calgary regions Mainly cloudy with a few showers. Winds northwesterly occasionally gusty. Highs 55 to 60. Cloudy periods with a few afternoon showers. Lows near 35. Highs near 60. Kootenay Today sunny with afternoon cloudy periods and a few showers. Thursday sunny with a few cloudy periods. Highs today and Thursday in the lows tonight 35 to 40. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Variable cloudiness with a few showers mostly mountain areas through Thursday. Gusty westerly winds along the east slopes of the Rockies both days. Cooling trend Thursday. Highs today mostly 70s. Lows tonight 40s. Highs Thursday 65 to 75. West of Continental Divide Widely scattered showers mostly in the mountains through Thursday. Highs both days mostly 60s. Lows tonight 35 to 45. MONARCH PUMPS AND WATER PRESSURE SYSTEMS WATER PRESSURE SYSTEMS Shallow or Deep Woll High Irrigation or Hand AVAILABLE NOW AT... General Farm Supplies CMtts NWwiy4m 1202-rlnM 321-1141 Porti of Times in Mountain Daylight Time opening and closing Carway 7 a.m. to 10 Chief Mountain Coutts open 24 Del Bonita 8 a.m to 5 Kingsgate open Porthill-Rykerts 7a.m. until 11 Wild Horse 7 a.m. to 4 Rooseville 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. MACDONALD Pierre heckler ejected OTTAWA Prime Minister Trudeau was interrupted in the Commons Tuesday afternoon when a man stood up in the public gallery and nothing but a damn Yankee The who identified himself to reporters as Jim Brown of was ushered from the chamber by the Commons security staff and a few minutes later was led from the Parliament Buildings. Members of the security staff said no charges would be laid. The outburst came during Mr. Trudeau's comments in the budget debate that he once had attended some New Democratic Party meetings years ago. he had soon realized the party was for his tastes. At that the bearded wearing a grey suit and a green plaid Yankees weren't paying you enough Trudeau. Now they are. You're nothing but a damned Yankee He told reporters outside the building the outburst came on the spur of the moment. Mr. Brown said he is 26 and works for Canadian an Ottawa-based literary magazine he described as dealing with problems of Canadian Liberals have contin- ually tried to destroy the Canadian publishing he told reporters between requests to security staff for his coat and left in a Commons cloakroom. While his belongings were being -Mr. Brown complained that I was a criminal or something for telling the Chicken board hearings scheduled OTTAWA Public hearings will be held across the country this month to determine the feasibility of establishing a national chicken marketing the National Farm Products Marketing Council said Tuesday. producers have developed and submitted a marketing proposal to extend the principle of co- operation and co-ordination to the national level through a marketing the council said in a statement. Milk goes up QUEBEC Milk prices throughout Quebec province will go up four cents a quart May the Quebec Agricultural Board announced Tuesday. Dairy producers requested the increase at public hearings held by the board May 1 in St. Hyacinthe. Oil price system bill may die if vote forced before passage OTTAWA A MTloui financial situation confronts the federal treasury if Parliament for a federal election before passage of its two-price oil government spokesmen said Tuesday. Energy Minister Macdonald told reporters that the oil companies legally can start collecting an extra S4 a barrel from the price fixed at 16.50 a barrel for domestic crude oil as of May 1. The has been going to the federal government to help cover costs of a subsidy on oil consumed in Eastern Canada. A finance department spokesman said the government would still be stuck with the Eastern Canada subsidy and agreed with the suggestion that the minority Liberal government might attempt to work out an inter-party agreement if de- feated to solve the financial bind. He did not elaborate on what might be done to finish passage of the legislation. Mr. Macdonald said parlia- mentary dissolution for an now considered probable would leave the oil price system without any legislative basis. which produces 85 per cent of all domestic crude has agreed to support the main thrust of the agreement. It fixes the price of crude produced and used domestically at a about a barrel lower than the going international price. Mr. Macdonald said there would be nothing to pre- vent individual companies ripping an addi- tional a barrel. Over a that would amount to about billion. MIGHT REACT Mr. Macdonald said there might be a adverse by Canadians if oil companies attempted to harvest the extra But consumers had little more to bank on than goodwill of the Eastern Canadians still might have their oil prices held down by a previously- adopted subsidy lie said. This could be continued by the cabinet. But authority to collect the federal export tax on oil would be lost and the cost would have to be borne the taxpayers of Should oil companies raise prices they would be in for a wind- Mr. Macdonald added. Mr. Macdonald's comments followed an exchange with fel- low Liberal J. J. Blais in the Commons. Mr. Blais had asked what would happen if the currently at committee did not pass prior to a federal election. BACKED TWO-PRICE PLAN before the resources committee. Alberta Attorney-General C. Mervin Leitch said his province is prepared to support the federal two-price proposal. But Alberta took exception to two sections of the which would give the federal cabinet power to the the the production and the sale of a provincial natural Outside the Mr. Macdonald said the Liberals could reintroduce the bill in a new if re-elected. But they might have difficulty applying the measure retro- actively to April the date when the domestic price and export tax took A number of opposition MPs had argued that this could not -be done. Any tax measure can be ap- plied from the date it is an- nounced by introducing a ways and means motion in the Commons. But to be permanent it must be backed up by legislation. The government has been enforcing the export tax since April on the strength of ways and means motions. These will along with all business on the order if Parliament dissolves for an election. Take Off Fat With Home Recipe Plan It's simple how one may lose pounds of unsightly fat right in your own home. Use this home recipe dietary plan. It's no trouble at all and costs little. Just go to your drug store and ask for Naran Reducing Plan. Pour liquid into a pint bottle and add enough grapefruit juice to fill the bottle. Take two tablespoonsful twice a day as needed and follow the Naran Reducing Plan. 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